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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
_.ME
NUMBB8 1!l'
i MAY Rf
Af COQUITLAM LAKE
bunion Government Per-
[its Vancouver Power Co.
L Continue Operations.
ASSURAS   E
WHITE, SHIL   > & CO.
260 Columbia St. -} hone 85.
rs i'vx copy.
imoortanl     announcement    is
that lb' "' ""   v,,:"""
 toi   word
' .    on  ha I  been
���.. ii! of tli..  in'"
n...  conip :i
woi i.   n con
��� ll i.m. dam.
1 q  the  Domini,hi
L
WARNING   TO   MOTORISTS
Police   Will     Take    Action  if  Regi, a
tions  Are  Disobeyed.
Th,. danger .,���  automo . ,
ing  ilie speed  limit  in the i
drawn   in   the   atti ntion   i i   i  ���
council i,y Alderman Henl. -. .,:
day,  and   that  the  limit   is  i ������.
in  ilie district   is shown  by  th.
pun cution at Burnaby.
on i.i,. bach ol everj licens
in  ibe provinc under the  MOI
lii'!'-  Speed  It-gull.i on act, th
illations ar.- Endorsed, an i  N.
powers ih.. driver ol  a bore.
ib.- driver of a motor vehicle
ni",n  pulling    up  ii,,-  hand
plaints ni"   constantly    reai
police  that    this    regulai v
o ejvd.      Thp  pi caltj   foi   I
observe the rules Is $L'". ot
conviction.
MAYERS GIVE ASSENT 10
LARGE DEBENTURE ISSUE
Loan By-Laws Totaling $398,000 Are Approved
Of Poll Show   How   Electors  View   Various
jects  -Advertising   and    Gaol    By-Laws
Have   a   Very  Close  Cali.
Analysis
Pro-
through  P,  C
ed  th,    .anoouvei
���
Now
���  the proceedings
the  .l.-pai'lirw.-   ol
ll '
Bed  ll.,.  iiomin-
, ��� ;i���. 11 , .��� i' berths  round,
��� .; iltlam river.
v ."iis  liuv,.  be, ii
| and    doubtless   the   an-
l . nm i,. this week
of the executiv ���
��� vi  tor  Septem-
T,     v.          when   representa-
.. nster city council
���attend.
(jUSAND CARPENTERS
STRIKE   IN   WINNIPEG
RIVER   AGAIN   OPEN.
Many   Logs     Will   Come     Down
That   Nets   Are   Out.
Although the mills on the
still  well  sup;,lie,I   with  logs,  tl
Isfaetory  condition  ol   affairs
entrelj   to  thi Ir  forethought  in
int a larg,- BUpplj  prior to the fn
tor the d ilays  thl     i i on  were unusually  i,,n_.  l-'iiv  ' ame the fri
.unl   follow ng   imiii .n.i-' Ij   came  ihe
fish rig  BeaBon,   filling   th,       /er  with
nets,      li  i_  ex] ected I    i  now  thai
the  river Is  cleai  ol  w
be a heavy call on the tim er limits
for log.-, and   thai   large  numb, rs ol
booms   will   soon   i���.  brought   to  the
mills.
|j...... 25.���Eleven     .in.i-
I  ..-������������    | lit  work  today  and
| is in,-.'ling   this   af-
iod  _ey refuse to give oui any-
it regai I  -  thi Ir    Btrength  until
ll :- repoi t' d,  howevei.  thai
firms (ni   of    about.   60    have
fed up - offered them by
which  give    a    1 . per
In ������ im   :���   vg'-s.    The id' ii'iiy
fcese flni..- ba  not transpired, but
\ti Indu ���     "in.,   of the bigg.--'
ftUton  I   Is  likely  that  the oth-
I com, in and that the strike
I.  ten       'rn the other ha id
��� -���   claim   they   are
ideally solid in holding out against
1 'I-ii..'. I- ,    the  men.
|i i special meting ol
iv II  tomorrow  evening.
Jones Wardle.
Al   Holy   Trinity   Cathedra]   yester
daj  morning the marriage took place
of  Miss  Ethel  Glover  Wardle, ���    ���
daughter of Mr. and Mra, James Wardle, of Hope,  li.  c. to Hugh   i.    ���
lyn, eldest sou of Mr. and Mrs. .1   .1.
Jones, of  Royal   Avenue,      Th.   offl.
elating  clergyman   was    the  Rev.  A
Shlldrick.      Mis-   Hop,.   Wardle,   sister of    the   bride,  accompanied   ber,
and   Tony   Clark,   of   Victor.l,   acted
as best man.
The service was fully choral. II,tn.
Morey, uncle of th. bride, being at
the organ. Th,- bride was given
away by her father, and after the
ceremony, the guests and choir were
entertained at the residence of th
: idi uncle      Mr.     Morey.       Mai,
handsome    presents    wer    received.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jooeg lefi subsequently
for   Vancouver     en   route   to   Sec'.ielt
for the honeymoon.
v' ��� i    p own. s 5 s-
:���!.;���   nun  to go
lo ih, i   . ��� .   on  six  bj laws
mad,,   up  of
Watei   i -   14,000;      Streel     1m-
provi     Royal    Col im
vn ' ..    Incinerator,
$20,1  $6000    Advertising,
ol    th ���  weather
;.                          nail  poll, on      ���   I
��� <>.v                   .         ttioi   . ���������
the   h     ection in A    11   brought   oul
ovei              .         lasi   .'iv ral municipal ,                _���      However, it does
nol   :��� ok    o bud in comparison  win.
th.     mailer voti   last  Jul}. wh. n only
lvi   exercise I  the   ballot   in   l!"    l> 11
.   debentt-e   issue  ol   $13 0
Great  Interest Shown.
'1 hi    in', i- si  taken  in  the poll was
much   keener than  usual,  and   it   was
iln. only topic of conversation in the
city during the day      Tales were told
i       .:������ tricl     ..-.      panic, i
i :. I     when     the    \\ tl  rwork
bylaw  naturally  arou   .1 consl lera  I
Inl vi.    i i.i   ... i  . I,,,   seemed   gla.l
to ii. in  the out< m i,-..  condition
"I Mi,- wi ath. r had m i ;. ma i; anx
Ions how the vol. would no. particular! j .; thre. fifth i maj. I. ,, th.
vote    a     was      c.     i   .  no   a1 ways
, ii       tO   -��� '���iir,.
The   Returning Officers.
Citj ri.'jk Duncan aci i ai return-
�� offli er, and the deputies vpere
Citj Hall, Capi Peele; Sapperton, C.
Vi i; Danders; Wesi End, Hugh Burr.
The result was known shortlj efoi
7 o'clock. Thi poll on a new regis
ter si'i'ins  to have  be. a  satisfactorj,
(though   several   entitled   to   VOte   were
kepi from exercising ih< tranchls bj
the assessment roil noi being revl ed
In the sen-,, that a v..ins psi is by
ih.  county court judge.
THK DEBENTURES,
fri'nee Goes on Hunt
For Eligible Heiress
ten. Aug   _5.���Prince  Hermann, of a wife with  millions.
Bte-Weiin       who   was   recently I    He has openly boasted that h,- will
bed t,      nqulsh hs right  to Ot *tu��� to Germany w-i.hin a year and
1 , ,.   . , pay  his debts out  of his  new   wifi .-
1 '    !"s n,,'iv-v debts and dower    The pr)ll(,e (s QOW st.lv.,^ a,
. - Htle  to   Coun.   Ostheim, Zurich  anxiously   walling  funds  from
f   ��� o America  In Bearoh big family.
AKE SHAKES
.IT. OF SIENt
MISSION STEAMSHIP
SINKS WITH LAPTAIi.
(Wb:i_ Are Killed  by  Fa,ling  Walls
N Chimneys���Much   Damage   in
Outlying Towns.
Hiram   B.ngliam,   Which   Sailed   From
San   Francisco,  Founders  in
Gilbert   Islands.
Pa. Hal ,  Aug.  26.���A  Berles  of
""'l,'lh' occurred here   be-
I*6" i and 2 o'clock tins   morning,
I ���-' ���       "i pi rsona are reported
'    '   '   ���    i,,1  bv fai,ing ch.m-
1 li is feared that com-
more
fie d.-li.
include man)
.    1,1  miles square
.                     : :,,   300,000 people,
[ rted to hav.   neen
I                  I lis     saoccs,      al-
f light.    Th.  greatest
.�� to outlying  town.-.
. ���'��� taj "I the Siena prov-
��� p ilatlon o  approxi-
.    pl,      ii   i-  situated
. 'i'n  bills am
I
f I
....
is
III,'
sur-
unl-
Bostcn,   Aug.   SB.���The   loss   of   thi
missionary   steamship    Hiram   mug
ham and the, death of    ber    master,
Capt. Alfred C.  Walkup, werv report" I
in a cablegram from Sydney, N, s
W., received yesterday .,> tbe Amer'-
can board of commission, rs for foreign missions. Tbe cablegram gav,'
no details ..f the disaster.
The Hiram Bingham sailed from
Sun Francisco November 10 1.08, an i
ni.. r visiting Honolulu pt_c��eded to
the (lllberl Islands. Bhe we laal
heard  from   March  .'I.',,  When  sl. ���   wa
,i: Ocean island, aod oo ��� ol tti ��� Oil
Pert group.
ADVERTISING���
For	
Against	
CITY JAIL���
F'or	
Against	
HOSPITAL���
For	
Againsl	
INCINERATOR-.
For	
Aga'nHt	
STREET  IMPROVEMENTS
For	
AgalnBI	
WATERWORKS
For	
AgalnSI	
LT,
is
.In
19
12
30
16
35
13
36
ll
196
90
215
79
266
.9
241
67
279
51
288
THE   NEW    STtAMBOAT.
Work   Is   Progressing   Rapidly  on   Hull
���'   New  Vessel.
The a. vi v. rnwhe lei for the
Roya] Cltj Navigation Company, and
. led to take the rou| between
i'i , n i , i , dlllwack brmerlj ca
frvi to bj th. "i l K'ini" is is now
well  "iul, i   ws
She  Is  i"iv   vnp  ,,i   ih,.  ways ol
tho      Wi      In Mm In     Rallwaj
Compan; snd h.i tran e is almost
completi il i h. i ontraci for i he en
uin,'    and  boi h is  b, en given  to
tli,'  s, lv.ik,   Mai hlne  Works of  this
|clty.      i hi   , v Ind. i e foi  the new en
i-m.     have    een   cast   an i   are  now
i.i liioned Into shai e       \ mi m
ber "i  the new  companj  i tate i  yes
terday that It  would take al I.
>���'      in compli te the boat and mak
ii  i. adj  l- r commisalo),   Tho   teamer
: will  be  126 feel  In  length an i 2 , In
beam,    rather    Bhoi t< r    and  sllghtlj
than  'ii    Beavei
CONTEMPORARY    OF    FRASER.
Indian   Woman   Dies   at   Reputed   Age
of   132 Years.
The qu. en of the Chehall Ind ana,
Jeannle, as Sh. has been known to
the white people, died yesterdaj on
iii. Indian reservation In the W. I
End al ib,- real lenc, of her nl.(e,
Mrs Vii nun. She had bee i ill for
Bon. daj i, and , ame to the coasl to
die. Her repined age was 132 j ar .
which would make her 31 whi n ^
mon Praser pasaed down tha river
where Westminster now sinnds Hei
longevitj is a tribute to the healthy
climate of the Fraaer vail iy,
RIVER .HAUL
GREATIY IMPROVED
20
23
.1
22
29
I'.i
29
20
11
36
241
131
266
120
322
300
93
349
7S
360
l', 2
IS
34
SO
I'.I
103
in?
One si>oiled ballot, West
Snd
Thr. .   spoiled ballots, City Hall.
of all kinds of hardships epdur. d to
reach the poll. One lady walk",I a
mile ai.i 1 a half in the rain from Tenby  to catcb   .In   train  at   Crescent,  in
order to com,- in and vote, and others \Ve., ).-^ \lU, ,he former apparently
did not spar- themselves ln order to was thi. onty one jn gerlous danger
register their vote in favor of a pro- Th(, ]arf,.. vo.(. g|v(.n for ftl:, incinv,.
gresalve  dty. tor was a die'lnct surprise, t,ut shows
News ofllce last evening from all over (Continued from Page .our.i
West   End   Has   Objections.
An analysis of the poll sh.,.'. thai
the advertlsin. bylnw, as iw P as thai
for the jail,  found  little favor in  the
Boston  Broker to Surrender.
Boston, Mass.,   \ug   26.���Il  was .'in-
n,,iin,ed  her,, today  that    counsel  for
\.  lv  F,  Adams, the Boston  broki r
under   Indicium n   In    New   York,   had
arranged with District Attorney Jerome tinn Adams should surrender
himself to the authorities in New
york tomorrow morning. Adnai .
therefore, ��ii| not be placed under
in re ��� in It., ton The Indictment
againsl Adams followed the dlselos-,
ures regarding alleged hypothecation
of siock certificates which followed
the arn si in n.w York ol Donald I-.- i
Perscl.
Successful Work on Annie-
villeBar SoundingsShow
Deep Water.
Th,. -\nni. \ rn. bar, the most dan��
gerous Bpoi for larg,. shipping on the
iiv i- hs - bi en , onquored, and In i te,
future the largi n ol oo. an gi lng v. --
��� i wil P. able to p, this on. e
dread. ,| pla..   _ th. ut th .; i ol d tn��
Wing   Dam   Successful.
bisi year the Dominion government
'"iiii ii large wing dam on the south
side of the river, ,n the recommendation oi reBldeni engini er 0 \ K ��� i-
er. Tbe high war i provi , i,, bo
to. strong i.,i the dam an i carried
purl ol ii away. Hm ll ,li,| iv work
before collapsing nnd the remaining
part Is apparently sum, , h to i ��� a
'inn,, tbe work Sounding tak. n la it
we, k show,,i thai thi re was over 21
feel of water in the chan lei a
i olnl in al] inn one place, where for
.i verj short disisnee there were only
19 feet. Tb,. BOundings were aki n at
extreme low tide and are excee lingly
satlsfi riiy to th,. engineer
Seen regarding the work of thla
nnd t,i.. other .luins, Mr. Keefer stated
thai all lu,.I done the work expected
of iii.'in and thai only the "no i''"1
been damaged This wa�� due to ;i"'
filling of iin> dam having been too
fin", li was possible that the dam
was built loo long In Ibe firs place,
and it would be left at the preecut
length long onoiigii to deti rn_ln_
whether this waa the ens., or nol U
It had to be built out aga'n, the work
would l��. mad* solid enough to stand
any assault of the river.
Sam.on at Work,
Profiling   by   th,.   experl,nee  gained
Iti the recent freahet, the eng neerlng
Staff  Is  a I ifngthenlng   the  oilier  ��'nd*
(Continued on Page Two).
Short Circuit Kills
Twenty in Italian Town
London, Aug 2."..���A dispatch from
l. ce... Italy, to the Dally Telegraph
says that as a resuli of a short circuit the Town of Alginate, which is
supplied with electricity form Leoco,
wns   ��uddenly   plunged   In   darkness.
The resld'nls Of the place who endeavored to manipulate switch,", In their
bouses received terrible shocks
Twenty persons are known to hava
been killed nnd ninny others were
bully  Injured.
ai bi hi a mmm      uii'iorns shake
WANT AFFILIATION        IIFAVILV IN PH0F1TS
Still   Try     to     Arrange     for   Uniform   Chicago      Firm      Distributes     $40,000
Regulations for the Three
Povinces.
Among  Its  Workers as
Year's   Bonus.
WANT SHORTtR        TATE Of THRONE
CLO.E SEASON      HANGS ON BATHE ___
Calgary, Aug. 26.���Al th ��� morning's s.'sslui ol the aniiiuil meeting
of ibe Alberta Madloal Association,
a resolution wns pa se I to affiliate
the Alberta Association with the Do
minion   Association.    Dr.  Kennedy, ol
Chicago. Aug. 25.���More than $1".
000 ln cheques was distributed last
nlghi by Sol_, Schwab & Co. to Hs
employees as their share lu the year's
profits. Tor mor,. than four years
lb., company has been dividing a per-
Fishermen and Canners May Spanish General A imits That "'ln �� r"<"Un ������" tll,lt ""'f,,,lr W1"8'-
, rn   pi'n iir, i   of    British  Columbia,
Alfonso's Crown Ia now in
wall
began In  the thir-
'   the best archltec-
yYl'' ���     ���''  the l^ -'" Oothlc
'rated  for ih- innn
,',; palntera who have been from anaemia.     He was
"   city wails. Wl si  Durham fall fair.
Henrj C, Hoard, one ol the b sl
known residents ��r Dartlnj to i town
si.ip, died  yesterday morning, In his
seve'ulv lirsl  year, nflv  n long IHneaS
aiming
Unite iii Asking for Open
Fishing From Sept. 8.
! >an��rer.
���od, and in huff. tt. ,,f Calgary centage of the Increase In profits pro
.. appointed lo endeavor to ar- rata wllh lis salesmen, nnd 17.", of
range the affiliation. The discussion tbem at a banquet ai the Midday ciui>
on  Inter provincial  registration  result-  were  hand,..le   ObeqUM   ranging   from
|7,600 down,  according  to  the  extent
of In. re,is,,  made  by  the  Individual.
Hy the system of sharing Its profit!
win. its salesmen  ths companj  has.
in four years, Increa ed Its business
16,000,000  a  year.
tin
��� in
of
Wc! Greek Shoe Blacks
To:
ll.i:
route.
\og.   251���A   Greek   shoe-
.   (/( wl" has Anglicized  his  name
toi. T56 W,U,an>��. and who has a
*�� oi his own in a local hotel, has
. JP lhe cause of bis less fortun-
'wiie,    o"'"U"trymea   wh<>   w��rk   In
ll,   '  ,llu t"'0'^ shoe shin
���,.'>' city   ;md   W|,
K English
It iH probable th "  ���> i _Lli mpl  will
be made both by the Hi li '"" '���   'J "'"
I ,,, . ,   rlvei   .nnI  Hi,'  Cm       �� ���"
, lation to gi t in" departm nl ul Hell
,, .    ,., pia. ���   the termination o!
,, .    i., on in th ��� rlvei B wi i N
lier than sei  by  la��
Shorter by Week.
riling to   th-    regulations no
,...-.    ss   ���  shot in tbe Frasei  until
.   r    u,     the    canneri  are,
ho*-wr.   discussing   th..   BdVlsabllitJ
of  asking  that  fishing    be  permitted
again after _..tembe.   -..  nnd  If  >li''i
In Condition of Slavery^ AS^ESWipS
of the 6iherm_.      Th- cantiers wish
and   In  -o have an open season for flsherin"..
tbe Briac Ike   ortSasn    regulation �����'���
take a_--er  S.ptsmber
MeUlla,
, ommandi i  of
era
Alberta, uml Saskatchewan and Want
toba unite an.l thai one board of St-
ninin. rs be appointed to exam De ap
pli,mus f.n registration, thus giving
physicians who pass tbe i xamin il o i
and register the rigin to practice i"
any of the f""1   provinc
i.'pi
the other three  provini is  with  'ins
21 ���General    M ������ Ina,
.-      I..- I'M." S.
sniii t'ui.i thai be plant.-1 to assume
ilie ollens v. within ten days h is
evident  inn,  I.,   feels k-��� .     bl     re-
iponslblllty, knowing that far more ,i,| In view Ths now officers elected
depends upou ths n xr mov-ment r,,, nexl . if are; President, Dr n
Umi. upon the actual su, ,'.���-,, or fall smith, Edmonton; first .loe-presl
ni., or ih,. military operations against dent, Dr Wlbert, Calgary; second
,li,, MOOrs vie. president,    Dr.    Mewburn,    Leth-
Tln. events of  the  next  few  weeks I bridge;       third     vice-president.     Dr,
niay  fit  the fatp of ihe Spanish dy-1Archibald, Btratheona;    fourth    vice-
Earl   Grey', Visit.
An effort  will  I,., made to gel  Barl
Delegates will be appointed to m'"' Oity to spend al  least  a few hour.
sentatives of the associa i.1  in tbe city when he cornea to Vancou-
iio  aie
parlors
i*i b e   to
th.-.������> ei :.Here   of   the   sum
t'.elr  ignorance  and  helplo��Hnvss
toys accept what Is offered, ani
��� io ctf ps  10 get  the balance.
Their   Iiiu.ih  of   labor  are   from  ��
a.m.  to eleven   , m,  whll-  afv
Ins; Km,.idi.-,   .. "In   they are k��
(,ii|.le  of   I ' nrsi  cleaning  up  I
On   th"  mattei
a.   _w_s.   however,   tn- fishermen's
'"- on   _i_.r3 from  thnm, ani  It  any
be _.t .  is __t to Ottn _��nce to capture the points
niiBly A reverse might prove fatal;
bailee General  Mnrinn is leaving no
llilng  iii Chance,    When  he  moves h"
will be at  ihe head of    n    force so j
Strong  Hint   the  Riffs can  not   by any
pOI-lole   UltfHIlB   wlll   B   victory   1*1   lhe I
"ipeii. Melilla and tlle railway have
been e<��iv_rtpd Into a veritable fortress and It would require an army
with a s!ps�� train and  modern ord-
presldtn,  Dr.  Rush.  Lednc;  secretary
treasurer, Dr. Cobbat, Kdmcai-on. The
next  place of  meeting  will  be  Banff
ver on Labor Day, where h0 will
open the Oranvills street bridge. Aa
his excellency is attending ns f*-w
Functions ns pc_stb)a when on thn
coast It will probably be difflcull for
him to break into the rule lu, has
macK.. to curtail public engagements.
The governor-g"nera| Is expected In
Victoria on Sunday, and will be the
guest of Lieut-Gov. Dunsmulr for it
few days.
appeai on
m,   h
|K'i.r,
I'-hti
as   wel|
.1,,,. Iy that owln��l"
�� ol  language
' '"'y of  these
, ; 'j ltue bettei
nn-loiv ',,.""','  '>'  Proprietors of th
ny. ;.. '!"'eks  who   have
ai_ ���.;''" a year,    They are  noi
'   "nd of the year, and
n
ih< n  liie>   nre
made to Bpvmd Sun.Uy
as   Williams  |n   washing their cloihes
their
and   of  tb"ir
boys  are  kept
���  than  slavei v.
ie
amass",|
wage,  from
'I  Hi,.
'.i il
l"'."u' the   boss   continues   '-,
;' ������:
. '
'""v   In,
'"toiint.
'" unless they are leaving
employment.
if  they
for  the7n.'wh||..   li
Mv,,  get   tha  full
:'i"'   tendered   half   or
The bOJ_ are diMOurag 'I from u.sr
Isig   lo   outsiders,   or   b-arnin.
thing   about    gen.-ral   conditio*
Wllllnilis   snvs   thac    II."      have   MS
beater,   by   boss.*   for   disobeyin-;   m
this  particular.
II,. also tells of another ease -"""'
the boy   who InslstM on leaving "*" '��
drawing   his   full   pay.   was   BStsr  sn
waited by iw.. tmrtners *he *mn"'.v
,,|  him     Ths Inds are lodged    I   )'"'in;
lce_s provided  by their    ���
one  'on,. iii   keepl  i'S  thi**
l>oyH in room OtOr 8 small a
parlor
vi.    :.   le   probaole   that.   tn.    Flsher-
-:-:��   Union  will  ask  that  the ndcll-
-;oaai  open    season,  if    granted,  be
:ut_i  to nets  having  a swven-lnch
_i��*sl_.      The present regulation sock-
jye  mesh  i��  Ave  and     three-quarte.
uni inches.     Numbers of flsb that would
)e taten  by  the  smaller  mesh nets
.vould   he  able to   pass  through  tha
.even  inch  mesh, and the Bshermen
hope that there may be no difficulty
.getting an extension of th. open
ueaaon for the larger mesli nets.
Favora Whit* Fishermen.
The    ft8hermen    belonging   to  tlle
union arB practically the    only t��e��
No Talking With Mars
Say Eminent Astronomers
Everything now turns on the construction of the canal to Marchla.
If this falls, th. task of the Spanish
will be greater a. all the supplies
must be brought iby land and exposed to Moorish attacks.
mid
fishing to these nets would have the
effect In a large measure of shutting
out the Japanese.
Nelthc- the  canners  nor  fishermen
have   yet   taken   any   definite   action,
but il is probable that some steps will
be made within the neJct few days.
The   daily   report   of   the   Canners   belief that all Biich proposals fall out.
Williams Bay, Wis., .ug. 26.���Com-
municatlQn with other planets is by
Ino means likely accord ng to a reso-
; luton nnaniniously adopted by the
Astronomical and Astrophysical society of America in session at the
Yerkes observatory On Lak^ Gfiieva.
The resolution says: "As the public,
through misrepresentation of the view
of certain astronomers, has formed
the impressions that communication
with other planets is possible, the
Astronomical, ani Astrophysical Society of America desires to express Us
is presiding over the meeting at
which sixty astronomers are In attendance.
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Tacoma   ..
Portland  .
Vancouver
rain.
Seattle���No game.
Association for Tuesday, the last day!side the r*ng�� of sober contemporary 4   Aberdeen-Spokane���No
or more  .mssessed   of  seven  inch   mesh   nets, 0f ti,0 open'Season, showed an aver- .science." ���       rain.
-ii..e-_liin�� these   being  used   for   taking  spring Ilge 0f only itbout 50 to the boat, all I   Prot Edward O- Pickering, director 4
game,
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PAGE TWO
TilE   DAILY   SE'XS.
THURSDAV, Auc
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Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL. ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it. he would not sell any.      You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   ������
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 lime in business everyone muH of n cessity   know  all   about
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns  of The  Daily  News and  keep abreast  of the  time*.
��u' a"" ion-,.
Us  ��nd our
WANTED���YOUNG    -MAN'    WANTS
first-class room an.l board. .Must
be central. State terms. Apply
W.  P.. Dallv News.
WANTED���TO
nished house,
fice.
RENT,      A      FL'R-
Apply at New.- Oi-
WANTED���TO BORROW ?30" ON
good security. Will give 12 per
cent.      Apply E, Daily N.-ws.
FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET OF
Dickens ani Scott, good condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street- Tel.
R481.
FOR SALE���FOR THE WORKING
mun. -i-room cottage. 1108 Third
avenue, between Eleventh and
Twelfth str,-ets. Price for qui'k
sale, $!e"'i $300 cash. I alance *1|J
per month. Box 4Y New Westminster.
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.
WANTED���A YOl'NG GIRL FOR
general housework. Apply Mrs. J-
P. Hampton Boi-, 129 Third avenue.
REAL   ESTATE.
LOST.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
s-et with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One  pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Daily News offlce.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
_ Terms moderate. Apply 713 Vic-
' toria street.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE. FLR-
nlshed bedrooms; reasonable terms;
_2S Royal avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. 0., New Westminster.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOL-E,
w:t_ bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suourban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 1.6
Columbia street, P, O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,   phon.  334.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, batn.
Price .1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
City.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin i. phone 308. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to loan,  744  Columbia street.
ARCHITECTS.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ov.ns'
blacksmith shop on Klghth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work  guaranteed.
^___________________________________
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers. 345 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where the
dirt nnd dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in- Goods called
for and delivered.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331. P. O. Box 92$.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81,
GROCERY.
VV. X DRAPER. B C. LAND SLH-
rreyor. Ellard block, Xew \\ est-
minster, B. C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
tING   UP    250    FOR     HACKS  AND
smart   turnout.     The   Fashion   Stables.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THK SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited. Front street, New West-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill p!ants ani! specifications prepared.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIB-
ters a: 1 solici-ors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster, W. J- Whiteside, H.
h. Edmonds. 	
WADF   WHEALLER & MoQUARRIB
(F C. Wad-. K. C , A, Whealler, W.
G. ItcQnarrie), Solicitors, Barrister* eta 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse New       Westminster,
i Phone 143) and the Vancouver of
fice is at N'o ���'��� Royal Bank Chambers.  4">   Hustings Street  West
OEORGE   E.   MARTIN.  BARRISTER
a:. . . iv,,:'. Culchon block, Colum!,l.i nnd McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
FREEMAN     I ,,,
Oulchon   I,
P- 0. _o_ ,
CUSTOM       SI      0GRAPHJ
lypewr.t.n..
Province
letters,
lumbla
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MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmentnl tombstones, bu'ldmg
sione, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street.  New  Westminster.
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
I lock, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
THEATRES,
CRYSTAL   Tii _.TRE,  .,
i��iu    street.        i������,. ,(, ." ^w*
pictures;   li;. "  M��4
oub attrkctio,      ,.. .;;; ���f
Monday.  Wed        ^fjgf
THE EDISON 'I      '.v
Columbia and gj
moving picture ....-,y^'1
Program cha:,.. idlfoj,, ',,,.��*���
day and Friday. '""'
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd.. Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
TAILORS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY  GALVIN. LADIES' AXD MEN'!fl
kind of job printing. Midget loose;
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box 142. Old
Dallv  News  Block,  Sixth  Btreet.
luring.      A  pi ..    line  .! !aj; ^
Ing just In.    Button maun, pm
ing and repairing.    Room .Satl
block.    Entri.i   ���    ,;.; r,.;-,|,J
and 26. Clark ,. ;..,]
RESTAURANTS.
PAPER   HANGING  A  DECORATING.
HUDSON,  WALL   PAPER.   ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating, sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
CAFE
Home
KKNNY'S RE8TAURANT    &
Tickets, 21 meals for $4.
coking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE i.Mrs Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or ; le, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWOkUl
Co., bank, office and store ami
cabinet, stair, an, ink
and detail  work.   Designs ai i
mates  furnish.-:'..   J  Btooka
prletor.      Work-:  Corner Hl-raf
and car line.     P. O.i 251, nj
473.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
(FOR  THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO-
EDWIN G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT���      ceries, phone 386.      The Pure Food
I    Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
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  Btreet
' SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all _f>ids of new and second
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
TENDERS.
Ttwiders ar,. requested for 1 rl
at the Central School lavatory. B|
and  specv    i il   my offi_. 1
ders close Angus- 1909
W. D   GO OW, Aid!
THE HUB
FOR FINE
TAILOR-MADE   SUITS
THE MOST UP-TO-DATE STOCK IN WESTMINSTER
TO   SELECT  FROM.
YOUR CHOICE ��.,!,,,. Wf HAVE THEM
������_��-___��_��_____   First-class workmanship _,__.__,^^_____^_____
Suits $7.50 to  $40.00THE VERY LATEST
~~~-~'-~'--~^^
Merchant Tailors & Clothiers
H.  ROBERTSON, Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal    Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
trouble with the Anni.viiie bar in tha ; Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
future.    It was on this  bar that  the ���
AERIAL INVENTORS
Stoke, but he would not say exactly
where.      Therefore    he    doubted  his
ni irnr  min  �����.. - stc,ry'     At the same    tlme ic struck
PIAfilF WAR OFF IFhlm that if ^ baii(x* *<** ��� m
I LSIUUL   nrtll UN ILL-Stoke the    accu .d    would not have
asked him to go and see it-
Singular Case   in  Whieh the War Of-
fi&j  Gives   Evidence���Colored
Swindler.
Londcm, Aug. 25���A case at Manchester on Thursday disclosed that
the war office is plagued by airship
Inventions at th. rate of thirty to
forty per day.
A native of Barbadoes, named Arthur Richardson, was charged with
obtaining ��5 by false pretences from
Joseph Burrows, another mac of
color. The accused, a stylishly
dressed young man, bad been arreted In London.
Acordicng to Burrows the prisoner
told him of an aerial machine which
he said he had invested and intended
to patent. It would carry six guns,
he said, but if h. took it out before
lt wa8 patented it would be claimed
by the government, They had offered him ��80,000 for It. Burrows
accordingly gave him ��5 to help to
defray the cost of taking out the
patent.
The aeroplane, so Burrows was
told was lying in a brickfield ie, Staffordshire, watched day and night by
ten men.
Captain Charles Owen, staff captain attached to the headquarters of
the war offlce, said the accused had
communicated with the war offlc. on
the subject of plans for a navigable
' balloon, and called at the war offlce
on June 18. Witness made a note of
the conversation.
The capta'n added that he got literally hundreds of these t Nngs
brought under his notice. Richardson desired him or any other officer
to go out at once and Bee the balloon
somewhere    in the    neighborhood of
I
ACTIVE SEARCH FOR LOST
NOVA SCOTIA CHILD
Halifax, Aug. 25.���Large parties are
still searching the woods at Mount
Williams, Stellarton, for the lost two-
year-old Mueller child, missing since
Tuesday. The citizens of Westville
turned cut in large numbers today,
iBut mal, a fruitless search for. the
;child. The farmers for miles around
th. vicinity are still keeping up a
diligent search.
Mayor Campbell of Stellarton had
an Interview wiih the managers of
the different coal mines, and they
agreed that should the child not be
found by Saturday night that they
I would urge their men and furnis.i
teams to make a final search on Sunday. The Drummond mine officials
are to ru_i a special train Sunday
I morning over their line to give conveyance to all near points to the
woods that are searched. The under
brush Is very thick In the vicinity,
iitici besides there are many old pits
filed with water and almost overgrown, where a child might easily be
lost.
large four-masted barrjue Lord Shafte-
bury   went   ashore   last   year     waile
carrying  a  cargo  of  lumber  to  Australia.    She was got off without damage,   but   the   event  was   largely  instrumental  in  bringing the necessity
of early action before the authorities-
Taking  Soundings.
The  snag    boat    Samscs.  with  Engineer  Turner of the  department of
public  works    staff on    board, is at
work at the mouth ot  the  river, taking soundings in connecti, u  with the
annual     government     survey.       The
work will  take about two  weeks and
will be of great value ill showing the
state  of   the   river  channel   following
the recent high water, and the work
necessary to be undertaken to keep it
in shape. The surveying was delayed
for som... weeks owing to the fishing
season   being at its  height,  the  nets
filling the channel and preventing the
carrying cn of such work.      The gasoline boat of the department Is being
I overhauled and fitted to take a share
in the surveying, her light draft enabling her to work in channels where
the Samstn cannot go except at high
tide.      She is being    equipped    with
j powerfui new    four-cycle   engines in
I order to enable her to be used aa a
light  towboat  in case of    necessity.
I    The government    dredge    Fruhling
returned  to the Sandheads yesterday
and is again at work on the dredging
I of the river channel In  pursuance of
j the  governments  project of  making
a thlrty-foot channel from the dty to
!the gulf.      The  Fruhling    wag compelled  to cease work In the channel
owing to the fishing operations which
hampered   her    movements.      In  the
.meantime she has    been    engaged in
dee_*.ning    the    water    around    the
i wharves at Chemainus.     It waa originally  intended  to use    the  suction
;dredg(   King Edward  for the purpose
| but   the   Fruhling  being compelled to
, suspend   operations on  the  rivers,  it
, was thought best to send the larger
boat, and   keep  the  King  Edward  at
jthe deepening of the channel at Ladner.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER   VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
:ouver 11 p-m., going direct to Seat-
le  daily  except  Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver i
.m., dally for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver. 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor
New Westminster ev-.ry Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster oa Wednesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month for Quatsino and way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports,
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S, Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
IT   PAYS TO   ADVERTISE
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"The Milwaukee"
Entry 111115;  I.   :;...:���   ;������ rs _-|
the   local
in  which thi
by piozy 1 ms_
certain    conditions -i;.
niother, son. daughter, brotttw
ter of an intending _ui_ts:_ifc'.
Tbe hom, si- 1 ' A
form the conditions c,*K:el HeJ
to with   under   one   ot   tte tonofif
"The   Pioneer  Limited,"     St.   Paul
Chicago,  "Short   Line."   Omaha     to plans:
Chicago,     "South     We,,     Limited-     <"    At least six "����*��ss*l
���        "' , _, upon  and  cultivation of the L    -
Kansas  City  to Chicago. vlich  vtar  for thr,(,  u,ars.
No   trains  in   tbe   serv.ee   on     an. ,  f��   ,   ��_> J*** ',.",[ "f'^Jl
,,       ,   . ,,   , ,    ' father Is decas-!,. ol tiie noinesi-|
rai.road  In  the  world that  equal   iu resides upon a farm in the 1  -  f
equipment   that   of   the   Chicago,  Mil- the land entered for, thv.  ;v
waukee  &   St.   Paul   Railway.      Tbey as  to  re.idence tuiij       'y,YL
own and operate their own sleeping 8,IC" ^"���so" residlns *
ALA8KA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their  [.atrons  an excellence
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St.. cor. Ald��r Po-'land. Or
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person wno is the sole head of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section' of
160 acres, more or less.
or mother.
(_) If the settler has hla perE���
of residence upon fanning land """
[by him In the vicinity ol his "J
stead, the requirements . to r��w*
may be satisfied by residence
tbe said land. ,     h(-
Six months' notice In writing sno*
be given to the commissioner on
minion lands at Ottawa of into apply for patent.
Coal.-Coal  mining rights BWJ
leased   for    a  period of   WW
years at  an  annual rental or ����
than   Saw acr
ntilvidiMl
compan v. \ t--y- - '"* ,,������
shall be c��l|H
coal mlW_
River Chanoel Is
Greatly Improved
(Continued from Page 1.)
of the dams on Lulu and Annacis islands. The snag boat Samson i8 engaged on the work and Is filling in
between the rows of piles with heavy
logs and  tree trunks.
Engineer Keefer expressed the conviction that there would be no _>.re
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and tn London, Ent*
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts ot the.
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Trtta'  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
_EV_   WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
' O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
June 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST  MAIL   SERVICE.
SS. Queen City leaves Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
For reservations and information
call Or address
BD. GOUI.ET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B. FOSTER,
Asst. Gen. Pans. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent Victoria.
acre,
shall
Not   more
be  leased   to one
A  royaltv
flve  cents  per ton
on the nierchantal'l
W W. CORY-
Deputy of the Minister of the W
N.B-Unauthor1_ed   puMIMJ*
this advertisement will   nut
for.
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: Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies)
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD. CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except Ssnda-y)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter service.
For information appiy to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager.
i! JAMES & McCLUGHAN
>
i TrustZBIock.lFront St., New Westminster!
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S. S. TRANSFER
Ttle steamer Transfer will leaie
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,
leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change
without notice.
For freight and passenger ratea ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE.
Manager.
*
Canadian Paci��
Railway fo
etltiil
**M
leaws
at
7
Double     transcontin
dally, with Pullman ��>"rlrfI "
lng cars.
Atlantic Express
m. ,
Eastern  ExpreBs  ]e*Y I
St. Paul train leaves at -   ���
Cheap excursion Sei""11
For full Particulars, ai^"
C. B. FOSTER. B���flpfttft
O. P. A., Vancouver-    ��'
.>l
yj^SSBSISts rHURSDAV
AUGUST 26, 1C09.
TIIE DAILY
ill.   r?
playing   Indian.
I v   v     Aug. -
L      er   v   '.'     .     ii.ixi's o'
v..���Wit M
-'���:���   .,.v���iv.'-  two boxeg   ,
���two big '��� ���           ,   knif.     and
ii".-. ,.    wo    boys
I     l ":"' '    '���            Thev
[l ���'""II'   llan-y
Upton   16 >T
��'k ��"_      ky   and  that   ">"*'
'    ,;.'. ���   yesterday  ta
i   '���''���'"'k
111 ,        Canadian   hunting
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
. O. O. K��� AMITY LODGE, NO .7
The   regular  meeting  of  this   lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hai I, Colu
bia   street,   every   Monday
nt  s o'clock.    Jas. Ferguson, nobl
grand.    W. C. Coatbam. ree. secy
A. U. U. W.���FRASER LODGE   ���
���Meetings the firsta nd third  l
day in each month.    Visiting brei
ren    cordially    Invited    to    attei  ;
Lodge room. A. 0.  D.  W   I,
fellows' block, Clarkson Bl - -
ta
t  COURT BRUNETTE, No.  lo v   i _ j
���Meets the fourth    Friday   In   ti.
tu.mil.  ai    8  o'clock   in  ii,...    in til
hall. Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL  ORDER  OF  BAULKS,
Aerie No. 20.���Meel - > , i > T .
evening nt s    p m -in    the  Ea
hull. Columbia stree-.     .1. N. Altet)
eaon, W. Pres.;  ii. Bchofleld, ���"
tary.
The highest
roduct of the
illinc. industry
1 itl li    Columbia
I ted    wheal.
m the Pacittc
^   i;, lard   wil]   be
has   been    to
L_|     :     hi   of your kit-
iii,. cook.
Uen too. rem inbi-i- the "i1-
r.uDiis I*    dways  "pen    to
iahan_.:ni.- 109 piece china
...-   Each   4Mb.   sack
:   .  .1     ii i   Flour   con-
��� I���. 'milling you to
IOaRD   of   TRADE���NEW W i.m
minster Hoard of Tr . I,   nn	
board room. City  Hall, as  i
Third Thur d iy    ol    i icb    i    11
quarterly    mi eting    on
Thursday of Febr lary, Ma ���
and  Novemb ir, at s p.m
mei  Ing    "ii the 'i'1  ' Thu
��� February.     New   members   n
o osed inul elected at any i   nti
ly ot    quarterly    meetlni
Btuart-Wade  seci eta i y
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A.S
soclation,  Lord o Cami
191���Meets on  the  flrsl     md  third
Tuesday of every month In K. of .
hall.      Chief. W. Suuierland.
. O. O. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' hall |
Columbia street, every Friday even
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome, u. E, Gl I y.
N, G.; c. E Osborne, P G, record-
Ing secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Include the Union Lodge, No, 9, A
F. nnd A, M.. King Solomon Lodg
NO. 17. A. F. and A M. ; L. 0 L
No. 1150; L. 0. I... No. lf,93; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683. I, 0. F.; c o
F. Court Westminster, Ni 330;
Brotherhood  ��f owls   Nent \,,   .n
MANUFACTURED   BY
IDWER MILLING AND
CO, Ltd.
'������COUVER,       B.     C
; . mw_u_wi
Opera  House  Bookings.
Sept.  II.���Polly  of  the  Circus.
s- pt.  16.���Kn'ght  tor a  Day.
Sept. 1.���The Time, Place and ihe
Girl.
Sept. 20.���Commencement Days.
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
nc;.   18.���David   llarum.
Oct. .ii���O. Henry's New Opera
"Lo."
Oct, 27.���Carter the Magician,
Oct. 28���The Climax
NOV.  1   and  2.���The Shepherd  King.
Nov, 4.���Parisian  Model.
Nov.   19.���Human   Hearts.
Nov. 22.���Forty-flve Minutes from
Broadway.
is-.-, l.���In  Dreamland,
[ft. Oxford Chancellor Range
per/on. uj ng a range should g-et one that will give perfect satis-
ll In cooking and baking, is economical in the use of fuel, that is cool
prt over in the bote weather, slid also easy to operate and Keep clean.
fn Wish to he satisfied in these respect, you will buy an Oxford
! atfer you have inspected "��� Th,. prices also of these ranges are
lower   than   those   of   other    makeB.      Call    In    and    Inspect  our
J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
FOR 5ALE
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.
���!->'-..       _^__
n
. C. Mills, Timber and
rading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dialers tn All Kma" ot
timber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurried Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
urn^r Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
^yal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12
VfflHBBB
New Westminster
WENTAL jUGGLERS.
rformed    b.     chine.*    ���__
:>��>   Indian   Aagletmme.
I' through the far ear.
sd ��ith the won
1 by some of tht
!1"!    Indian    Jugglers    and
artists," said a ChJ-
other day.   "In Amen
-���������   some   skillful
* - Hues,   but  the  per
I  nt a  considerable
the    spectators    and
��� ,v aids Uiat the or!
, ��� 'ise
Cl in-se   and   Indian
ma m board a ship and
circle of iia._en_ers
I that nre little short ot
marvi mice, one of ths
Chinese would ask a spectator is
place a coin m thn bitter's hund. Ths
Chinaman would close the fingers on*
af,',r ��� ther er the piece of money
,D(I ""*�� I. ' Ing bis bnnds over
*s cl ised flat of bis "subject," would
in some myiteriona manner extract
the coin. I have had this Lick work-
wl on mr ,i number of times, und I
sm uo ne - to knowing how it U
done tb ii l   -   . fte flrst time.
"Then II   .      ���, n an Indian magi
rtan com ., deck, place a small
s��ed on tb. ,-. _ .. p_ur a ])��__ watet
orer It, cover with n small cloth for a
aoment an I (hen remove the cloth tr
disclose h living plant �� foot or mot.
k_li. il" ������',."-. do not wear long,
baggy sleeves In which n piano .-night
almost be concealed, but have bar*
trms. There Is said to he a clan ol
Jugglers, among whom the secrets of
fho craft nr.- jealously preserved an<
landed down from father to son."-
-_tr.lt Free Tress.
THE SACRED LOTUS
PAGE _______
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11 V      '
Sentiment   of  tbe  Orient   \lrno    rh*
Fruit  uf Destiny,
Concerning the rich fruit of tbe kitus,
whieh crew luxuriantly lu the Nile
many charming legends have boo* told
It was believed that it wns so d.iigb*
fnl that those who ute uf it would uev-
V leave the spot where it grew, but
for it would abandon home and friends
to spend their lives in a dream of serene delight. Homer, in the Odyssey,
mentions the lotus eater? who lived
on the northern coast of Africa aud
records their attempts to detain the
followers of Ulysses by giving tliem
the fruit* of the lotus to eat so that
they should never wish to leave the
sp.jt where it grew.
The same poetical idea ia known to
the Arabs, who call it the "fruit of
destiny," which is to be eaten In _ ara
dlse, and It ls on this foundation that
Tennyson built his charming poem of
the "Lotus Eaters." This mythical
lotus has been Identified by several
botanists with that Indigenous to Tu
als, which is a thorny shrub, with lier
ries tbe size of an olive.
Mungo I'nrk found n species of loru��
In Central Africa bearing berries of a
delicious taste, which on being dried
and pounded made wholesome aiw
pleasant bread. The lotus fruit found
In Tunis has a stimulating, almost ln
toxlcntlng, effect, and It Is therefore
probable that this plant furnished th��
foundation of the nncient legends.
THE WORLD'S WHEAT  CROP.
Tlie London Economist assert!
that "the world's cereal harvest of
190(> cannot fail to prove one of the
greatest ever produced." The wheat
crop is above the average in the
north of France, hut it has suffered
from drought in the south and west.
France will need to import very little if any wheat. Spain haa reaped
a pood harvest generally, while Germany has pood crops of barley nnd
oats ns well as of wheat and rye.
Austria-Hungary will produce ?
much larger wheat crop this yea?
than last, In Russia the wintc
wheat crop has been officially reported to be a good one, while the
more important spring wheat crop
is poor in nil but a few provinces.
Roumanla is now ovpeotod to produce n record wheat crop, and
Servia nnd Bulgaria hnve good
crops The rutin.linn wheat harvest
will not prove vrrv abundant
India, wheal crop harvested lnsi
spring was the greatest but on* evw
known.      _   	
Pope's Blcttll,
Tlie skull of Alexander Pope, the poet
.md satirist, is In the private collection
of a phrenologist l luring some alterations lu the churchyard where Pops
wns burled It was necessary to move
bis coffin, which was opened nt the
time to ascertalu tlie state of his remains. By bribing the se.tton of the
church possession of the poet's skull
was obtained for the night, and In the
morning a different skull was returned
Instead. Tbe cost of the skull. Including the bribe, was ISO,
f__*daloa���,
Mr. Moth���Glad to ��*e yo_ on yien
feet again, old man! What caused all
tke trouble?
His Neighbor���Why, I dined off s
leemlngly woolen overcoat, snd It
turned out to be the worst kind of
ihoddy. I tell you the extent to whlen
food adulteration Is carrted on now*
day. in nothing short of criminals-
P-ck. ���
rXoktmrm >a_ Tete*.
jl��. Howells (reading)���A Genua*
letentlsc claims that the odor ot flowers bus u pernicious ettect ou the _������
man voice. Howells���That's all ret
[ used to buy flowers for yon before
vi were married, uud your v��l*��
,.a���_'t uuajrlr so sharn aa it Is nxrm.
Stirred
e Town
Our Shoe Sale has set the whole town
agog!   Good shoes were never priced
I so low and never before sold so rapidly.    Been getting your share of bargains?   If you're not, be sure to come here
at once.    We are determined to close out
all the Summer Stock we have on hand, and
our deeply-cut prices on all our good shoes
will tell you how anxious we are to sell.
Note the prices and then act.   You certainly
can not, in justice to yourself, let such a shoe opportunity slip away from you.    Come here and make
your selections, pay the  nominal price we ask for
this good Footwear, take it along and jingle in your
pocket the sum you have saved.
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The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Com. any, Limited, at their offices,
The Daly Neva Block, comer of McKenzie and Trew streets.
e.
come weal come woe, the mother and
_er childn-n stand or fall together.
As to tbe imiK-rial defence confer-
ence, this has resulted in a happy
agreement betw-cu Gr- at Britain and
her colonies as to the m-asures to
be adopted for the preservation and
A. Paige Managing  Director  d.-fenc-   of   the   Empire.     There   W1"
noc a discordant note throughout th<-
conference, as Sir Edward Morris,
Premier of Newfoundland, has just
assured us. and it was altogether a
wonderful success. The real outcome
of this conference will not be an alliance of forces offensive Jo other na-
JUDDERED BULLS (MRIMX COLLEGES
EIGHT ON BOARD SHIP      1MV OUT ILLITERATES
Enraged   by   Snapping   of  Caged  AIL-   President   of     Brown     University   Ac
gator. They  Battle to the
Death.
THURSDAY. AUGUST 26, 1909.
A  PROGRESSIVE  VERDICT.
tions,  but  ui effective means of pr---
The decision of the ratepayers yes- serving the peace of the world at
terday at the polls in authorizing the large. It is in this respect that these
City Coouncil to go ahead with the two Imperial gatherings haw been so
full policy of expansion mapped out notable and so valuable. Sir Edward
during the sessions of the last six Morris, admirably expressed the in-
montb., receives tbe oidorsation not nate fetling of the delegates, just be-
merely of the comparatively small fore he sailed for home on Tuesday-
number who voted, but the general Every British colony was, he said,
body of the electorate. anxious  to share in  the burd-iis  and
To the outer world, to  whom New r.-sponsbilities  of    Empire,    and     to
Westminster  is  just   beglning to  he contribute to a central fund for the
known,  apart  from   successes  in   the maintenance  of    the    whoje    family.
educational   and   sporting    fields,  the They   did   not   want   their   lives  mid
tact that the city is go.'ug to improve trade liberty any long .  to be protect-
the chief streets, particularly the one ed   by  the British  "tar''  ai.id  soldier
which every visitor must see. and to without contributing to the  malnten-
adveriise tbe advantages of the city ance of both by sharing In  the work
and district to the world, will have a of both.
most   beneficial   effeci.      Westminster The  material   result  of  th    confer-
ItasMagged behind in this as in other ence   will   be   the  contribution   ot  so
things, and the determination to take annual sum by each colony to the lm-
a definite stand for progress will pro- perial navy, whilst each wlll establish
duce  not   only   material   benv.t,   but and maintain a navy of Its own, which
a confidence among the citizens which will for a unt ln the re-organsed Im-
has often been wanting. perial  navy.    Whilst  these  units will
The City Council having secured be utilised primarly for the purposf-s
a favorably verdict, will have to go of local defence, they wil be avail-
cautiously In awarding the contracts, able for combination with the central
and avoid th�� suspicion which has un- Imperial force at sea in case of need,
doubt _Iy been responsible for a Kaeh colony will not soon be busy in
large nuafcer of the adverse vote, the establishment of its fleet and the
cast yesterday, many thiikinir that training of mtu, and ere long prac-
everything was not strictly above- ticaily the entire waters of the world
iboard. Lack of Information _las bred will be patrolled by the British Im-
a distrust which threatened to wreck perial forces. By such means wlll
the passage" of, the bylaws, and for i war be rendered Impossible,
this the Council is itself to blame. Into the kindly bosom of the great
Private meetings with companies hav- mother has now been enfolded the
ing bu.fet_8_ with the corporation immen.-ie territory embraced iia the
have been held, and the public al- federation of the South Africam col-
ways willing to believe the worst, ha.s onies. The new constitution which
jumped to the conclusion that 'nsl- will unite this land, that bas been
dlous in. uepces were at work for for so long the scene of bloodshed and
private gd-bi at the expense of public strife, will make possible its attain-
right, ment to a very high degree of prosper.
We are heartily glad to See the Ad- ity and power. There is a very gen-
Vertlsfng By-law passed, for it was an eral opinion that the first prime min-
innovatlon, and novelties are perilous ister of the new federal dominion
-xperin_j_t#���.'Ub the electors. When will be Sir Louis Botha, commander in
the money for publicity work has chief of the Boer forces during the
been laid out judiciously in the course late war, bui, who has since been the
of the next two years, if the Council foremost influence in the new order
has to oosw im-kiii- citizens again, it of things that has come about since
will be in a position to show re-ults the termination of that terrible con-
The new Gaol bylaw had a close call fllct- To him In a very large measure
also, dup more probably to objection is due that rapid progress towards
to the suggested location than to dis- pacification which has resulted. This
like of tbOprppoBa] in Itself. We are good work has been altoge:her re-
certain ��Mat had the weather been markable, and as Mr. Balfour, the
more congenial the voie in favor of leader of the opposition in the British
thp bylaws would have be.o much House of Commons said the other day
greate-.  :         ! .the incident is one of the most im-
  jportant  in  the history of  the British
ADVANJ*   GREAT   BRITAIN. iEmpire amj the world"can never Bhow
lVancouver World.)
Pas-->ngers coming up from Mexico
on the steamer Ella wert treated to
an unusual and horrible sight while
the vessel was between Victoria and
San Francisco, and the sight was
nothing short of a bull fight, without
the matadors and accompanying
Spanish  splendor.
The vessel was bringing some Mexican cattle to this coast, among which
were several bulls, on the after deck.
Next to the bulls wer. some allgators.
whose constant snapping so enraged
the bulls that the latter broke from
their stalls and egaged in a free-for-
all fight. According to one of the
passengers, the mixup did not -nl
until the deck was so slippery with
, blood that the bulls could not keep
j their footing. The biggest bull in the
.herd was singled out by the others
as n special object of attack, and he
was finally killed by the continued
goring of his mates.
ra.'gns   Lack   of  General   Know,
ledge  of  Graduates.
Fire  destroyed   the  stables  of    th-
MeKellar house at Glencoe yesterday
I afternoon.      The  loss is about $2000
with $l.i..iii insurance.
ACCIDENT MARS
BIG JEHML MEET
Fournier's     Aeroplane     Buckles     and
Brings  Driver  Heavily  to  the
Earth.
Chataqua N. _, Aug. 23.���That the
American people are murdering their
mother tongue nnd that one of the
,,;,p.i luiiit.es for reform at the
present ls to teach them to reverence
and prize the English language and
ilso speak and write it decoitij was
��� . i,pinion expressed heiv by President   Faunce,    of     Brown   liiv.-rs tv.
He did not spare the American ool-
leges in bla general arraignment and
declared that they are turning out an
alarming proportion of graduate,
who are  actually  illiterate.
"1 would like to see," he said, "the
colleges of the country join in an en-
deavor to have tbe peoplt. of tb-
country taught to write and apeak
the English language correctly. The
colleges are not doing it now. It ls
a fact that the colleges are sendtog
out illiterates. Many of our College
s-niors cannot write a decent business letter. Large numbers of them
cannot expresi themselves in writing
so as to be uiderstood.
Our Intellectual Heritage.
"We Americans should l.nk our
minds and hearts and hands in an
effort to preserve this mother tongue.
which is our definite intellectual
heritage. We should prize Higl-sh
|speech and English literature and
pass on this heritage of -the past to
the children of the future."
President Faunce said that he had
been surprised and shocked recently
when he mentiened the name of Professor Huxley to n group of Brown
..students and no one knew whom he
meant, and was more surprised on
asking one of his students th. meaning of the word "chimera*." He was
answered: "The chimeras arv a group
of small Islands in the Mediterranean
jSea."
CARPETS
N
E
W
N
E
W
AND RUGS
We  are Just opening  up our new  Fall   stock  of Bru.wu w_,
and Axmlnster Carpets and Rugs.       The   pattern,   a>  ^w '"0n
tory���the oriental  designs are still   in  thj   lead���we  hav. i~���
, �����rig our
latest  oriental   patterns  ��uch   productions    as    AFGHAN.     BOKARJ
COBESTAN,   DAGESTAN,   KIRMlBjSHAW,     QUISAC,     SEREBE.D
ETC.      If you want to know more about genuine oriental dtiia
will  be  pleased to  explain  to  you;  that's our end cf the builne
--"-~-"-'" '���""-"--'-'^-' ���'- "���--- -- -"���' y'- -'-'���-' ���'-'���' --"       '>~VV��*VW_
IK'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Lee's Block, Columbia St., New Westminster,KC.
Rheims, France, Aug- 25.���While
an immense crowd at Bethany Plains
gazed horror-stricken, the aeroplane
���eing driven by Henri Fournier, suddenly "buckled" this afternoon, turned a complete somersault in the air
and dived from the great height directly to the ground, where it was
I shattered and Fournier was seriously injured.
| ' No sooner had the aeroplane struck
| the earth than a hundred willing
I h.nds tore away the twisted stfle.
and splintered wood and extricated
Ithe unfortunate aeroplanlst from the
smashed machine. He was immediately placed under the care of physicians
who were on the grounds. The extent of his injuries are unknown as
[yet, and but meagre reports are given
lout by the doctors.
When the machine bearing Fourn-
ller crashed to eart'a a number of wo-
Imen fainted and the police had much
'trouble with the people present to
j restrain them from pouring out on to
Ithe field.
Fournier   was   dazed   when     taken
from the wreckage.    He stated that a
���wire   supporting  one   of    the     wings
j parted,  which  caused  the  machine to
buckle and throw the biplane beyond
,' his  control.
Mrs. Sarah Rowland Morris, aged
100 years, died at her hom.- in Lelli.
N. Y., yesterday. She was bom in
Waleg, but had been in this country
for ^4 years.
George Deacon, principal of the
Doveroourt school, Toronto, has suc-
sumbed    to the   attack    of apoplexy
' which  he   suffered    a   few   days  ago.
1 when he was Femove-d to the Victoria
Memorial  hospital.
Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet in hot
weather.      For  washing    undercloth-
; ing it is unequalled. Cleanses and
purifies. ������
Easterbrook  Milling  Company,
Eburne.   R. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL    $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL. .$6.75  per Bfcl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bb
HINDOO  FLOUR    $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co.I
LOUR AND FKEH MERCHANTS
PRONT   STREET.
New   Weitmlniter.
Telephone $33.
Stands England where she did? Is
a question that has geen propounded
in many quarters during recent times.
The character -of this interrogative
.xclamatlon Is snch as to assume a
elepretlawry'-n^gatlve   reply.   But   we
anything like it.
"TEMPERANCE BEER"
TO BE ANALYZED
Fred. Urry, of Port Arthur, has declined to act as representative of the
| Fort William 0. P. R. dock laborers
ion the board & conciliation undar the
Lemieux act.   A new nomination will
be made.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Write to Your Friends
on Good Note Paper
SPECIAL TODAY
TOILE   MOIREE.  box    20c
KERAMIC,  box     20c
Regular 35c.
Toronto,  Aug.  25.���Six sample  bot-
,...,,,              ,         ,           .        , :ties of "temperance beer" reach-d Mr.
venture to Bay   that  after  what  has Kudo   Saunders,   K.C.,    head   of   the
transpired during the past few months Provincial  license department,  by ex-
none will be bold foough to say that press from Cobalt yesterday.    Tiie 11-
nuch   an an.wer can   be a true one. quld was 4>roml>^y tunned over to the
n_.i,  o��� - UU&i ~,���-,    -���i           . Government  analyst,   who   will  deter-
Jwtn as a world power and as a fac- ���i-    ���.u n._    ,         . ,                  ,
-.   '                                ^ mine  whether it contains   more  than
tor In international affairs Great Brl- the meagre percentage   of   fermenta-
tain ha.s advanced rather than reced- tlon permitted by the Ontario act.
ed.    The old supremacy Is still with Epon the decision rests the future
her;   her potency in this  respect has ''IwJ'lT^I b&fTe]a W h0nl*S
.    . _.,    ,__ ________    ,               ,_     , seized by the Government license of-
in fact    increased   in a considerable {icla,.  at hte n0rtbern town     ,f thv
measure. finding is adverse to the liquid it will
To this result a combination of m- a" ���* destroyed and the dealers in It
fiuenceg has  contributed.    The thre,- 7a0���* *ev,e? ln number-will be con-
,   ,    ,         _         .          ._     T fronted    with   charges   under   the   11-
prlncipai   factors   have   been   the   Im- cenne act
perial  press  conference, the Imperial Moreover,   the   manufacturing  Tlrm
defence ,c_jHt?i4_C6 and  the South Af- 's interested In the outcome.    The 11-
rican consftftitf-n bill. To allocate the ?OUr, was prepared  as a "temperance
,_,,.,___          _ ,  ., beer' within  the act, but the depart-
rightful .treasure of influence towards mental offlcers alleg(? t,,.u lhf.-Wty ous-
the  magnificent result attained, that tom^rg. succeed In becoming bibulous,
���ach of  Uies�� things exercised  would Mr- Saunders expects a decision by
not be easy.     Hut it may be said that;the end "f tn* week-
-lelther  one "without   the  other  could ,	
have produced this.    Jointly the three BAD   B0Y TRIED  TO
factors brought.about a univalent pur- :                      CAUSE  TRAIN   WRECKS
pose which marks a distinct epoch In
the glorious history of Great liritaln.
The press conference,  which
South Haven, Mich., Aug. 25.���Richard Phelps, aged 13, sen of a Chicago
m a railroad man, was arrested yesterday
certain measure paved the way for a tCovert, charged with four attempts
the discussion of the Imperial states- u> wreck trains on the Fruit Belt
men, resumed ln a wonderful enllgbt- P*_'_lwily-. '. __ 8_'d the boy, who was
ment of thoti* wt^o are responsible as
lodged  in  jail,   has  confessed
Phelp'8 father has a summer home
at   Covert,   where the   lad   has   been
��� leaders of opinion ki the vast oversea, dominions of the Empire; whilst siwnding the summer vacation
.ilso :it brought to the minds of those
:_a -the hub of Imperial affairs the
rea] tneaiw. of that reverent feeling
for itbe Mflrbpriand which the colonies
$100,000 Gift to Princeton.
New York, Aug. 25���Princeton University is given $100,000 by  the will
.today  of    Cornelius  C.  Schuvler   the
.possesfl.   H- wa. godd for the visitors j banker who was killed recently in an
from  the distant po.ats of the realm]auto accident in France.
to discover that, notwlths'anding all '_,,Jn's  sum *s  t0  ,)e  known  as the
jthat  has Itifeen-'iald   to  the  contrary ���_ffiiC', fl!|;huyl?���  fund-   the  in-
md the-twttWttt.of self depreciation jJJ J^f U86d ta the tru8tee�� "^
which _��s~em��na-ied from politicians __
and the pr.ss a"fce. tne heart of the  BLAME TORONTO COUNCIL
Empire ;is still  sound and  throbbing
with vigorous life; to find themselves
everywhere welcomed joyously as true
FOR   DESTRUCTIVE   FIRE
Toronto,   Aug.  25.���That  Clara An-
chlldren of tl     Empire;   to feel that drew's death was accidental ;__,d that
they  could return  to their labor, in ^iSSL^JS^. CO,n,I)an-v     ^
... conjointly to blame for lack of Drone*
distant cottiers of the globe endowed flre protection at Hanlan's Point was
with the power to preach the message t|le verdict of the coroner s jury.
Ratepayers Give Assent
to Large Debenture Issue
(Continued from Page 1.)
the electors are behind any move for
Ithe satisfactory treatment of garbage,
and Bick of the antiquated methods
in voyue at the present time. The
waterworks extension were carried
Iby a much larger _.ajority than
lexpected.
City Council Pleased.        ,
The   members  of   the   city   council
lare delighted   with  the    result,  and
| regard  it  as an  expression of confi-
jdence in their actions, and apprecla-
| tlon for ibe work they are able to do.
Aid. Adams wishes to thank the electors  for  the  result,  and  other  aldermen    share    his    sentiments.      The
president  and members of the  hoard
of trade feel grateful for the passage
of a bylaw which was not sufficiently
understood  to  receive    the  suffrages
of the property owners readily.
The decision  yesterday  will  enable
the city solicitor and engineer to draft j
a local    improvement  bylaw for Co- j
lumbla street, covering the sewer and i
sidewalks, In order    that    the work j
may progress at the same time as the j
street paving,  for which the council I
wlU shortly be in h positkn to let the I
contract and for which a tender baa I
alreaJ/  been   provisionally   accepted.
All possible expedition will be given
the improvement. |
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
n*.n*>..n.nnn***....nn.**...>......*..**.*******
For Tired and Sweatv Feet use)
RYALL'S  FOOT POWDER.   Itl
does its work.
RYALUS
Westminster
Transfer Co.
(.flics 'Pbone ia_.     Barn   Pbone 13/
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly    to
any part ot tbe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  OKPOT i
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1868)
Capital Paid up ...
Reaerva Fund . .. .
Total Assets	
. .$ 4,700.000
.    5,400,000
...55,000,000
In  and out of town accounts solicited.
SAVINGS  BANK DEPARTMENT
THE DRUGGIST AND]
OPTICIAN.
| Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
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f roR
School Text Books,
Scribblers, Pencils,
and all School Supplies
GO   TO
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY A CO.
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Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic transfers effected.
New Westminster, B. C.  Branch,
.. 8HUTE, Manager.
MU1T0N, VEAL, PORK
Fresh Pork   Sausages dally.      k
���sat of Parmer's  Pork.
r
PACinc J
Meat Market
Phone 192 McMENEMY _ ANDERSON       Columbia St.
WE ARE READY TO SHOW
you how it is cheaper to bU)'ollr
high-class building m"1"""1
than it Is to purchase tbe W
er kind. We cat. po>at v
buildings bum with our mortals that never need rpl"" _
We can  point to """ie <""e
n ihp tin*
that need repairs all tne
But they were not t>ullt_ M^al
materials.       See
cheapness lies?
where
GILLEY BROS. Ltd.
SILVERWARE
Sterling Silverware is the kind you give the briuY
Ktad U) laat for lifetimes���fi|| her h*art with pride;
Kind to give the coople to cheer them all through life;
Kind that pleases Hubby and also pleases Wife!
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
80LE AGENT8 l.ONGINE'8 A ND  HAMILTON WATCHES .....   AUGUST a *�����
TIIE   DA IIV   v-'-Ts
PAt.K K1VI.
SM Children's Week    SPORTING NEWS
See our advertisement
on Page Eight.
W.S. Collister & Co.
WHERE?
 ^ Al the Leading Furniture House, the place ta n_ e money,
KOTHING rfl II TUHU.NTU MARKSMAN PriC8fi ,owerthan tt��towwt quality ts ours, it
MU NEW WESTMINSTEI MAXES Dili SCORE M w V��U * so����ur stock befow buying your Houw
Furnishings.
SI   Have   Strongest  Team    _.-..
Maj.r     D.mond   of     R.   C     R
Saturday Since the Te Mak_.   Ill _..,     , <_��
tniKe.    .. Out of 140 at Second
��� umseh Games.
Day   of   Meet
[[t will pay to buy your groceries from
C. B. DEANS
���      . imatlon   Wheat
Flaki '' I    " ���   " ,35c
|_...  . In   bulk.   4   lbs.
for ��� ��� ��� 25c
fe
Unking Powder,
12 oz. tin
20c
II_l�� is -i ���-������������ :,;ikinS powder.
Loimd lack sugar,   $1.20
Schilling's   Best     Baking   I
der. per tin 25c and 40c
Chicken Boap, 2 tins for ..15c
Clark's Pork and  Bean. .
for     2Sc
Fresh   Ground   Coffee,    v
at.  per  lb 25c
t***.<r***n:.oo....**..4+.....on.......<........i
Electric Railway
Interurban  Line.
fca.-s Ici Vancouver   and way
itlttni will   run  every half
hoar from   5:50   a. m. Last
car lesvei at 11 p. in.
Las', car ."aves Vancouver at
Hi.  p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sap
perton aud city limit, over the
city line.
City   Line:   Cara   leave   tram   ���
office on the hour, twenty mln-  *
utes   after,   and   forty    minutes  Z
after, commencing at 6:20 am   ���
��� i
Sapperton    Lme:    Cars   have  ���
at  ten  minutes alter  the hour, ���
half past and fifty minutes after .
the   hour,  commencing  at  6:30 J
a. m. , _
Sunday service half-hourly h*.  ���
tween 8:30 a  ni. and 11. p. m.      .
'British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd ���
*****.....*.*.......................+............
OUR  BIG
Midsummer
Clearance Sale
GOES  MERRILY  ON.
���"^���ft.tttttttttttttttt ��<>����>>���������������������� ssstsss
WE HAVE sold a big lot of shoes since OUR SALE
STARTED,   YET   WE   HAVEN'T   ROOM     FOR   OUR     NEW   FALL
STOCK.
WE HAVE PUT THE KNIFE DEEPER INTO THE PRICES OF
ALL REMAINING LINES. i
WE ARE DETERMINED TO CLEAR OUT EVERY SINGLE
PAIR  of   SUMMER   FOOTWEAR,  EVEN   IF  IT GOES AT A SAC
rifice. we never have and never will carry over
goods from one season to another. now if you
Want   genuine   bargains    in    high-class    footwear
C��ME   TO   US.
���������������������������������������������������
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN,
HOLMES BLOCK, COLUMBIA  STREET,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
. in on Hi.  sports-
::.�� .     days  is  in*'
, lourer,    booked  to
tl la , It.   on S:> >
reek      Indication, at
. :' ��<*i   in   .,ii to Un   good for Nt.
i ..ii, m. thi  decided-
ly unl     - v.,,.. ni   it's b.ud to
���        an  ;.   an. .Inn.  to it
but   n blu
.1.,      ��� en   pra<tlcing
hard  i: and    the aggregaf.ou
thai will ik, the fl< Id tor the Koyal
City oi i tj  will be th. strong
est thai .,. lined up for this citj
ilnoe tl ..... h gami >���   Doughey
Spring ;,: Pai _<, m .��� a ni figure on
'.,' Beid men bi ng now ,.i th.
best "i :... ��� ��bile s fai as could
be li ;������ v d yesterdaj all the other
men an  in thi pink .,i condition.
All \   I   rnbull    has    been  turning
>,ui   to  practic.    .1   lati. not   for  the
purposi   ol  g. nni-  ni  the game, bul
to give tli,   playei - th.   beni in ol his
sun.' advice.      For Dad Is uon   manage! i.f ih.  team pro tern.     Da 1 was
eli < i' .1   to  this  proud    office  ai   i i.
last  n.e. iing of iln- executive of the
club and  will  staj   bj   it  until C   A
Welsh   retunas  from  bis   trip  to the
east,
li  Is  Improbable  that  either Turn.
nil Or Bryson will be oui again this
year.       Turabull'B     Injuries     have
healed up all right, bui Bryson's knee
is still in a far from satisfactory con-
dliion.
The team will probably take lhe
field on Saturday something i.i the
following order: Gray, goal; Galbralth, point; T. Gifford, cover point;
.1. Gifford, T. Rennie. G, Rennle, defence field; Feeney, centre; W. Tunn-
bull, Doughey St.ring. _.. Turnbull,
home field; G-. Spring, outside; I,nnd
or Latham, inside.
The club has renewed n gotlatlona
with ii.   management of ttie it. -V &
I.   Society   for   the   roust rut lion   Of   B
big n.-w grandstand at Queen's park
to take the place of the present one.
the accommodation In which is unite
unequal to the demand Secretary
Ryall and  Acting Manager   Turnbull
interviewed    Mayor   K.'i.n    In   regard
to the matter yesterday but arrived
in no definite conclusion.
A reply Is now be%ig awaited f'"in
Calgary Lacrosse Club, to which Sec-
retary Ryall wrote yesterday stating
that the Salmon Bellies would b.
pleased to knock t)i,. stuffing pul i.i'
Its players on September 25 and n_-
lobvr 2, in the Queen's park oval���
or words to that effect,
Ottawa
a ig i :���   weather   is
splendid for the second range of ths
governor's cup started ibis morning.
So far the icn.iv in ih. aggregat. is
liu.-s, i. of Ottawa 8, IPorreat is 6th,
,iu,l Bouli bas .
In ihe Borden, foui tiei shot ofl for
the cup. medalllan and 116.25 Major
Saig.'i, .:.', points, .... Sergeant Duvots
en, ... ; Sergi Rlohai dson 33, $ i. Pri
mu, Mackintosh 32; Bergt, youhill,
32  Sergi   Pi ri >   .,'  j i, ,i   Stevens  - 8
s, rgt Majoi Dymond o| the R C
R roronto, made the remarkable
Bi oi ,��� ei 136 om of ii" yesterda)
The  Domln on  match    wai     - *en
sli,,;.. <.,i,b ai 600 :��iii 800 yardi   tt*
possible   "i.s  7,.     The  winner  of  the
Patterson cup and $30 was i.i.iii   M
vi   Sutherland  of  the  "s,b  with  69
The   B,   ('      winners   wer   .      Jl!'.   C
Milne,  D   C   O   Ft,  68    $S, Capi   .i
A   Boult, D, c   0   R    67;   D   I*   Me-
Harg,  V.  R.  A. 66;   Sergeant  W   A
Taylor, D. C. O, R   66   Col -Bergl   S
.1   Perry, D   0   O   R. 86.
The team match in connection with
the Dominion  match  wag for teams I
of five men of each corps, and thej
only  prize, the Curd CUp, was won  by ,
Royal Grenadiers with ;. score of 323.1
Third Victorias of Montreal were second ..nd ih.  At uiy service corps third, i
W. _E. FAI FS fil2-fil8 *gg jtrgj
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   4TS,
NIGHT   CALL  81.
OKLAHOMA   WANTS
THE   BIG  PRIZE  FIGHT |
	
Kalamazoo, Mich , Aug   -j.",    Joseph i
M.   Miller,   who  owns   the   L01   ranch
u'lir miss, okla.,    In   company with
three other millionaire brothers,   while
here today made the largesi cash of
fer for the Jeffries-Johnson fight thai
has yvt been reported, offering $75,000
cash tor the bout.   He prepared a cer j
iifie.i cheque for $26,000 and   stated i
his willingness to place it in su) bank
named   by   tbe    managers    for    tha
fighters  to show   his  good   faith    in
making the offer.  ''I  am  also willing
lo place $7.'..uu.I lu caah in any hank
thev name if they want that,   I want
Oklahoma to h*ve that fight and wlll
do everything possible to land It, Our
ranch   Is   only    III   miles   rrom   Oklahoma  City.''
WRESTLING.
. The "Terrible Turk," big Yousiff
Ibeai .I..,. Parr al the ciiy Mali. Van
couvor, Inst evening, Jn two falls. I(l
inlniili'M and II nilniiic-s respectively
Fireman Burke refereed,
FIRST   RACE}���Five    furlongs,  selling, mares;  four-year-olds and up-
1.  A nil   Polly;   2, Grace;  I'.,  Illusion
SKCONl) RACE���One mile and 20
yards;   s-lling;   four-year-olds and  up.
i. in-, wiiii.-; 2, .1. c. Clem; 3, Col.
Urinsion
THIRD   RACK���Fiv..     and     a     half
furlongs;  selling three-year-olds.
l,   Salvage;  2,   PhlHstiha;  'i. Burleigh.
FOURTH     RACK���Four     furkugs;
Juvenile stakes;   two-year-olds.
1,   Napa   Nick;   2,   Miss   Picnic;   li,
lrnia Lee.
FIFTH      RACE��� Seven      furlongs;
purse;   thtve-year-olds.
I.   Ocean   Queen;   i
Workbox.
The Nanaimo Crlckel Club will
probably pay a visit to Westminster
ion Labor Day to play the local team.
PREACHING AS PRELUDE
TO BASEBALL GAMES
Chicago, Aug. 25.���A sermon would
be a fitting opening to ��;ach maJor
league baseball game played on San
day, according to Ilruc,. Barton, son or
the Rev. w. K. Barton, pastor pf the
First Congregational church, flak
! Park. He declared last night tnat
Servlcene; li. although he did not favor Sunday
baseball, he thought the plan feasible.
SIXTH  RACE���One    mile;    Helling |    Barton  said   he had   mentioned the
three-year-oldH. matter  to    some of    the    prominent
1. Frieze;   2, Cheers;   3, Beau  Man. ;ministers of Chicago _nd also had set
the  facts    before    per��o-i_  connecte I
Will Play In Victoria.
with th��- management of major league
Tho team to represent Westminster  ,���arns   anil  tj,a,   in   ai|   instances  his
In  the    Pacific    Const    Amateur  La- Suggestion had been approved      Bar-
Icrokse League name at Victoria on
Saturday was s^leoted last evming
ITh,.   boys   will   go    down   on   Friday.
ten says that the marter had been
approved both by President Charb-s
Murphy of the Chi. IgD Nationals and
iiirocrdiiig to prseeni arrangement, J.JJohariti __t*u vk Brooklr
|.   Keary   being   llle   manager,     Those ^^m
IcllOlet] iii-e; (loal, II I'I Munn; p<dnt.
11).   Withy;   cover   point,   It    I'l-uiBon;
Itirst dSfep'O, ii Oalbralth; isoond
defence, W. Patohell; third defence,
H. oifford;    centre,    n   MocKensta;
: third     hom.'.     .1      Fllzxeial.l;   NM0" 11
home, W Bangstsr; tiroi boms, v
McPhadden; outside horns, V Purdy;
irside   bom��, O, Swanson;    reserve
Coutts.
Bch--diile of their 23,'Kin mil,, Joii.i.'m,
afier making several sl,|<. trips l>.
Chinese and Japan"'- pOTti, In"
whole Bo.uaiC._n will rWKMCtltble tti
Yokohama and will Ml] f/<r home "it
January 10, un,
EXAMINED   WORKING.
OF   GERMAN   RAILWAYS
���^gaged  for $200,000,000.
1IU'.   Aug.     25���The    largest
Spoka.
pas"6..'' eIer flleQ '��> Spokane county
I*a00,00owfn    ��n   r*cord    Mon.lay-_
tht. __hl     "lorlsaee covering nil of
Stock      ,       way-  termljals,   rollkig
Mil
'ron
HI   of 	
ln'l branches of  the  ClUciigo'-
JUIIwny
WaUk^' & Puget Bound
comn S"".!,.!! Dakota to Seattle .ind Ta-
��� lllirt
l       v'nt, ��
b0un" in morocco.
n" tllirfg fee h,
utnent, containing  100  pages,
The (]0(.
k
here was $53.
Rev
*ne Con
Br. .7.
H. Jowett,   of   Can's
hani th, fdtl<����al church, Blrmltm-
an,i ,h"' ''"'"lirated Kngllsh aoholftl
fonio       8mn. !s at    present. In To-
EIGHT  PACIFIC  CRUI8ER3
ORDERED TO  FAR  EAST
Wttsh'-gton, Aug 26.���AnetSm
"pence" _lg| Is to l��i sent serosa tSn
iPacific bv illicit. ����'����� ''��� w,!l c03-
iprls.. elghi of lhe Si. ��tf*Sl Sai ''-'
Ml cruisers in the naval fasts Aad
| wlll l��u vv Hun Francisco a we i  ''':
next   Sunday,    it   win   be �����    "-
I with its mission, which U deeiared    '
l__  friendly,  moro than  five _'"-  B_
I     Thn   vessels   which     hv--        "'-    '-'^
(lored io prepare for the ,  -T   '  l-""
the fullV hnnored cruiser, taverns
Ccilirortiln. Mo.llh  DftlftS   W*��b  1_���������'>���
Wesi     Vlrr'dln.     Colorid .   Mi.-a.i'i
uml I'etiiisvlsnnln.
Accoiilifig to tht ��ft,7 ���.niiimiinn���
tUS&tSSi,    A-.     T. ��� Hon     O.    f
Gra.h__   ?as����*  thro-i!;b   t.ti��-  dty   JO
Ottawa    In-*-    riighi       "".
The Nights
rcuV   "".     ��� j-.r.3,-4.s.     ia.-*      ,���ft," " .;
miri  -.;-._- he bad  '^n  i"  tltttopm
:,i���'.:..xr: i y_l_SSH/, wit*-a *������"" ^;
.-.jaiaa.-'ia^    :i*    wftrklnsta    <tt   e\tm\
ed ralMl
ban thil
Is haaji
ven  _fn
njB-paria*    . _ ~^^^^^^^^^^^���
oWMri  mil   <��r5��-'rafi<��.    owned ral
fi;i       '���< jaw aon* b*^ter than
'2i"rt.)niniu_,  which, however,
.) -ii.ue.t by  ch* publicity   gtttm
-:ii?H  of  tend*���,  etc..    #hlch esah"'
-raiturers to reach   sn a_d��f��t*��di��_
-,. tnnta. thm -g/metm&T
������vied   ra_iwa*s r��   O*'
:aily tlw sip*   aa   tm
iiiii.. w*He ��B*l__t    n
iigiwr,. amL t�� tnct. et
iiilC anif lerf^e a pi
iwned  Unas turn over a
o th. _ov��r_ment yearly which C��n
ndu wuuiO, awt,staa_l totfffi
s ort state
y pra��fi-
iBteyeoteif
e mnch*
_e cut in
The state}
ge profit
Am getting long and ,he eyeilght
In consequence la getting short.
Science, however, hai to som, ex
lent overcome the natural cle
���ilni of the eyesight by substituting properly fitted glanei. Oc
ellllflllly we find a caee so
i.impllrated that we cannot cor-
i��et When wB meet eueh eases
w. .,. eanrild enough to say so.
lw.. .eientlal things you oan de-
pind tipon In dealing with os;
fi..t, We tit yeur eyes perfectly;
IStSRli w�� do net overcharge you,
snd in every eat* when net satisfied we cheerfully return *h��
twmvti We have epectaele* ��s
le* ��i 80e a ^.n-. Try h* tor
yed. mat fair.
D.S. CURTIS. CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
,,.A>ID SUPPLIES.
Stpectaclea 50c up.   ���
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six  Races  Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:45.
TRAINS   LEAVE   CARRAL   STRTF.T   STATION,   VANCOUVER.   AT
1:00.   1: .10. 2  P.  M.
After the Holidays
you will want a
Tew Suit, a.New
Pair of Pants or a
New Sweater for
your boy. We have
them.
Corduroy Pants
Tweed Pants
Tweed Suits
PHILLIPS
THE   WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
p,?*\i
Live Stock  Insurance
Live stock Insurance haa fast become recognized ae one of the
beet kinds of Iniurance in existence, and an ever-Increasing number
of stock own.ra are protecting themeelvea against the serloui losiee
which they have had to suffer In the past. I represent the only
atrong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of Insurance,
and as they do not handle .ny nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligation! to th greatest satisfaction, arid every
legitimate Ion which hat occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter I* an
Instance:
N��w Westminster, June 23, 1.0��.
A. W. Mcl.eod. Agent British American Live Stotft ASS'.n
Ltd., New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company .for
the prompt settlement made for t*e loss of i^y flwe
"Nell," for although my claim form was only completed
yestvrday I have already received cheque for $200.0. In
full  paymeht. Tours sincerely, ' '���-:���
(Sgd).     J. A. GIBSON, - vi
Vou may bs the next te lesa some valuable stock,  entjutt'S' for particular*. ;���   ,
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,,
���57 COLUMBIA STREET.
.unl',   ,
Pittsburg, Aug. 25.���The Pressed
Sts*l Car Company Is to the market
for a $4,000,000 flre Insurance policy
and the men who look after business
of that character are doing their, heat
to provide the corporatl_n with tbe
required' protection.
When the policies are Issued th_y
will  probably be Over th. uamea of
no fewer thin Itiij companies and lt
will 1>_ the largest Insurance deal
Pittsburg has khWn ih many years
if, Indeed, it dc*S tibt break the
record. '-lf
TJ�� osr company" bai been carrying
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4S GHUHLH MEMBERS.
RICH CORPORATIONS
WELCOME THE TM
English Watchmaker
Of 33.000,000 in United States Only 43
Per Cent.  Are  Males���Catholics
Show Great  Increase.
They  Desire  Most of All  at  the  Present  Time  to   Be   L;t
Alone.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 26.���Standing mn as a conspicuous feature of a
bulletin Issued toda. by tin- census
bureau entitled "Census or religious
todies," is the fuel thai out oi a
church membership in the United
States in 1906 of nearly 33,000,000,
males formed loss than half of the
total in the total church membership reported by the various religious
bodies and clashed by s ,\, ll.i per
cent, were males and 56.9 per cent,
uv. females. Among the Protestants ilie dii'i'. '.-lie, was greater, 39.3
per cent being males, while ii the
Jtoiiiiiii Catholic church the males
l'ci in. .1 19.3 per cenl. ol the total
membership. Fewer males than fe-
mules were found among ihe Latter
Day Saints, the Lutherans, Disciph ���-.
Methodists, Hupiisis. Presbyterians
and Protestant Episcopalians, the
i  rcentagi  ol male members decre u ���
Ing  in  the or Ier shown  nn I  there  I"'
ing i.ui 35.66 per cent, mules among
the Episcopalians. Among the Christian   Scientists  only  26.1   were  male,
and ol' ilie Slml;. rs only 21.3 per cent.,
bul   in   the  (.'reek    Orthodox  church
1   per  cenl.   were  males.
Other sail era I features of the report show thai there are a billion
and a quarter dollars invested in
church edifices and thai ever., day
eighl new churches send their Spires
skyward.
TELEGRAM   LOSES   FIGHT
AGAINST TORONTO COUNCIL
Toronto. Ont., Aug. 2.J���Uespiie the
most determined hostile campa gn bj
the Evening Telegram In civic history the city council ratified the final
sale io Uie National Iron Co pany of
611 acres of land nnd 21 acres ol
water loLs on the ��� ��i_r shore or Toronto harbor. Cawthra Mulock is a:
the head of the new iron Industry,
which will be a mammotj one. The
vote was ID against 2.
J. E. Koss Robef-tson, proprietor oi
the Telegram, blocked the former
transaction for sale by an injunction
He claimed the price. $35,000, was
absurdly low.
Buffalo, x. Y, Aug. 25.���Commencing on the new corporation tax in the
Septemb. r number of the National
Monthly of wh.cn publication Chairman Norman E. .Mack, national committee is the editor and publisher, former Judge Alton B. Parker .ays the
now tax is welcomed by the giant cor-
porations of the country in the belie)
that they can seek immunity I chin.I
It. Former Judge Parker says that
the great combinations in restraint of
trade wish to be lei alone and to thai
.nd seek immuniy even at the cost ol
increased political contribution. "But
a few days ago' says former .JudrV
Parker, "Mr. Cory the presideni oi the
United States Steel corporation returning I ''om Europe hailed with ap-
poval ihe tariff bill containing the
coropration Ux, in which iii.-, department associate Judge Garr. heartily
joined adding to the prediction "thai
now will enter up.r.i a period of great
prosperity, Naturally the small corporations engaged in honest busln.s.
i ros cnied bj law, do noi look kin li:
in this attempt io add to iheir burden
of taxatlca, otherwise however with
the great combinations of trade which
seek to dominate so may fields of endeavor they wish to lie let alone, and
to that end seek immunity e\ in at the
cost of in.-leaseI taxatico and continued   political 'contribution."
To some uritv's the statute apparently seems entirely innocent oi a
purpose to trepass upon the powers
reserved to the stales and the people.
It appears to me, on the contrary, but
another step in he carrying oui ol a
carefully devised plan of centralization of power in thv federal government.
Gold YVatc'ae.s for Lad!, s from $12-/5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   trom   Geo.  Adams.   Crocir
SPECIAL AUGUSI SALE!
jp '^mj*-'yf^*sT^"'&sy^n- -ri_
��� ���" ��*lW5ta ���_-,��� ���:-���;".,-. T^->*^^_5=___i
Guide   Found   $1,000.
Montreal, Aug, 25.���A .brier telegram received at the C. P. R. offices
today announces that a pocketbook
containing a thousand dollars wns
picked up on the peak known as the
Galcier, near Field, B.C. No owner
could be found for the pocket-book,
and it was tinned in to the company
by the guide who found it.
Mail Service
Following are tlie hours of despatch
and arrival of malls at Lhe New VVest-
minster pest office, tlie hour given ln
each case being tne Hour ot closing,
Which is half an houi', as a rule, before the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated, are nespauiu-
ed and received daily except Sunday.
The omy mails dispatched and rn
ceived Sunday are the G. N. R. South
ami ('. P. R, .abt malls, not including
the way mails, Sapperton, fraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Mails Despatched.
G:00 a.m. (closed ut eleven o'clock
the previous uigntj ��� vuueouver via
G. N. Jt. Owl,
. a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria via
B. (J. Electric railway.
First C. P. R. east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
The mail for AbbOcsior'd aud district Clayuurn and district, liunt.ng-
dun and dis'iiu, and Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
. a.m.���"Blaine and Seattle, including all ll. S. point:- east and souin:
and Minis Prairie. -Stnridge and Ha_-
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
(loverdale, except Hail's Prairie, Ida-
imere ami Fernrldge, which arrive on
.he Port Guichon  train oa Tuesdays
Thursdays  and  Saturdays.
Jlnji) a.m.���Vancou.. i, Victoria and
Central Park, via B. C. Electric Rail-
Way.
1_:.0 p.m.���Strawherry Hill, Timberland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday nnd Friday).
1:30 ii.m.���Kast Burnaby. by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam, iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer monttis eiose at
2:30 except  Saturday)���Ladner,  Fort
Guichon,  Westham    Island   and   Sun
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward.
Tuesday, Tbureda,? and Saturday, via
"J. 0. Bruce."     (Steveston mail des-
patched nnd received via Vancouver.)
2:.'JO    p.m.���Vanco iver   and    Piper
Siding, via tl. N. it. .north
3 p.m.���Cloverdale, Nicomekl, and
Port Kells daily, Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tynv-
head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Accord, Tuesday and Friday.
4:00 p.m.���Vancouver an.l Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Hallway, Saturday an extra mail is despatched to
Victoria via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine nnd Seattle, including all U.
S. poims ea^t and south, via O. N. H
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R��� east, Pra
eer Mills. This mail takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Hammond, Port Haney, Mission, Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz,
Lytton, Lillpoet, Spences' Bridge, Nicola and district, and alt points vast j
except Kootenays.
Mails Received.
6:45 am-���Bialne and Seattle, including all U. S. points, via G. N. H.
"Owl."
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway.
9:00 to 10:00 a-m.���Strawberry Hill,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
Tla G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Port
Gulchon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer I. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.-C P. R. east (first train)
Sapperton, Fraser .Mills and Coquit-
lam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park
! and Eraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:30 pin-���Burquitlam, by courier.
_:3o p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, indu,ling aii U. S. points.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mail easi, and
rlosed mail from Sumas, and Seattle,
Including U. S. A, matter, and also
Fraser Mills.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch,
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave  Vancouver lor New  Westminster at _:_o, 6:50, 7:2o aud _:UU.
a.m., and every hail bour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at ��:50, 6:2o, 6:60, 7:20 aud
-iotl a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 p.m.
S-iiciay Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver ior New  West-;
i.nn-ter ai  moo and .:0u a.m., and
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vau
couver at 8:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie, Local  Manager,  New
Westminster.
Singer Sewing Machines. five-
drawer, drop-head, latest model, $52:
$5 down and $3 monthly; or $41.60
cash.
Seven-drawer Machines. $54, $5
down and $3 monthly;  $43.20 cash.
i N'o old machines taken at these
prices.)
Organs less than  cost for cash.
Call and see for yourself th; snaps
I hava for August sale Orders by
mail  promptly attended to.
J. H. TODD'S    j
ig Music House
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and we wan. all students, toth
young and old, to remembJr
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.
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Where to nuy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
Great  Northern  Railway. by  directing  you   to  the  stoiv   where
Lv. N.W. 8:50 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle  _:S5  *'0u cnn ���sc't-' the largest stock of new
p.m. a;,(l second-hand goods of all kinds in
'Lv.   N.  W.  11   a.m.;   ar.  Seattle 3:55 itilc' c|tJ'-
'j,.m. I ,lavf' a splendid Cream Separator
���Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.; ar. Seattle 9:40 jf��r sale, nearly new.
��� (i.m Come and see how much more you
.'Lv. N. W   1,2:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15 ican   set   for  your    money  here  than
a m ; elsewhere.
Lv  Seattle 8:05 a.m.; ar. ... W. 2:55 i    Repairing of guns, umbrellas, type
Ipm writer.,  and  light automatic machin
Lv.Seattle 4:3.1 p.m.; ar. N. W. 9:30   "v 'l!;" bicycles a specialty
! p.m.
!Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.:  ar. N.W. 6:20
IlI. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar.  N.W. 6:25 ! SECOND - HAND     STORE.
Alex. Speck
p.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westmtncter on Tues-
| day at 10 a.m., return* at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., a-'
I rives ln city Friday 8:45 a.m Leaves
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; Saturday at 9 a.m.
Leaves Port Guichon at 1 P.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Guichon 6 a.m. each wee*
day;   arrives 8:50 a.m.
Leaves  N. W.   3:50  p.m.  daily  except Sunday;   ar. Guiehon  at  7 pm.
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RSDAY,
AUGUST 26, 1909-
THE  DAILY   _.EW8_.
WATER NOTICE.
an up-
caveat  or   certificate of    lis  pendi
being  filed  within  such  period,  ,,.
default of   redemption    before
_AGE Si-vr...
;  oi   Ooast  lunge Une.
that   Albert   Hunt
,.  "   """���    that   Albert   Hum.   Of   ,        . rp  ,-,--_,   .	
'     li- C. occupation   fanner,  '      AT   _HF   HOTFI Q
v       for   permis*!.,,   to ^ *    ' " &  H U 1 LL_).
? _?���_._   Tart V. "ration,  you  and  each ol   you   wil]
���� ' to JKta a forever eatopped and  debar,, , ��� *ol*�� *��   '
t_T"W?r 1&w WestmlnBter D. ������"tag ��p any claim to or In i follo*ln
,ew In ',,'' ...,,.>.������  District of the said land, ami I Bhall regl .    ,
oi Ne��  \- ... oocupa- Annie Ryder as owner thereof In f. ' dt a '"'st  ���    n""'
Uexc.-i.je.J
I-
T_.
���do of <:-   ��
Aud   I   hereby
of this
order   thai    pub
We tmii
md occupa-
��-ua |   the Vancou-
"\*,   l .uy   Limited,  Having  oi   tins   I
J' City Ol Vancou-  daily   ue
,.    ___ having a Weatmfc iter  will  be
;:i;i:.,1bi���l,;.,eien, service thereof,
each  all fully     Dmetl at tho Land Registry Office
0f the lake, Sew Wesunin-ier, Province ol Brit]
j ui' i MislHoet    River, Columbia, thi.,  lib day 0f August, A
, ,   miet,    (Indian to. 1809.
W   \       Th.    point   of   diversion,
.       '     miles  from  the,
l,  The   .uantlty      T
In cubic feet perl80"
(i
'     lng  at
'  .   ���     v
of   Kees   isl..nd.
mule,*;.   .,.'- da g��~   R_*t ^
w:._ ,'ui;;:".Vi is ^^16^^
good   arid   Buffi-  mor.; or less.
ALBERT HUNT,
Per 8.  H.  FORD, Agent.
''   ed  June tith. 1909.
I situ.
If'.'
uv 'i
Uond   S
W. s. KEITH,
District  Registrar.
!'   " " ol  Ooaat  Range One.
232. III"!     'Va'      ; TJSS&rte
j_.nii.iw,    j.    Laldla.     Lstate   man   in
apply for permlssioi
"-  *��*5L2 K%!;���._:f?_m_.,Iria_1-Ma,���c^, !?_JP-chatrthelo.lW__g'de'__r^.
pro]   ed won     a
Russell   Hotel.
Geo. 11. Howes, Jr., {few York.
;    ,A1    ! --'.hi  Francisco
B. Klrtland, Chicago
1. I'. linv, ..   Hamilton.
,��� ��   ���>��� '���     1   Portland, ore
���I   Row .otham, Vancouver.
���  H.  M       ��� ,   Vancouver.
���'���  J' x   York.
0. H..1 iv,   Vancouver.
11   B anchet, Vancouver.
II. Walker, Vancouver
1 bos. Sanderson, Vancouver,
IV. D. Jackscn, Vancouver.
Fred   N   Norton,  Vancouver,
L.HL GHtY TO TAKE
A HUNTING TRIP
11
H.
c.
Will
Be  Guest of  Lieutenant-Governor
on  Board  of  the  Yacht
Dolaura.
wmm will
SUE NOTED AUTHOR
1 water power Smith, Edward Jam,. Thain.
���atlon 0f electricity
*��2 I    -ia,  ami  com-
and  / -rtlculurly   in
aeration ol   "'-tors,   nachiney.
,   Seining      the   operation     <'i
"     .   ivler works for whlcn plication win be mad,, under I
.   i  power are 0ttit '������'<- ^e "Water Ant, 1909,'   to obta ��� a
(ft    Th,. pre- license in the Municipalit.   ol    Bur-
the water i.   to be naby Division of Lot  in Dl trie)
near high tide) ia I Tie name, address and ocupa-
lIt ih*' mouth of the rlv.-r. (g) I""" of the applicant is Horace Wil-
������,.r_ws for which the water is "amaon,     442   Weatminatei    avenue,
���     en. rate electric p"W-   Vancouver,   1(. C.
.hi am1 ha'  for traction,  light-      (���&.)  The  name  of the  la,..
B'a.)n��  manufacturing and    aii[,lf unnamed, the description
ia lift'i.
and av
WATER   NOTICE.
Notice la hereby given thai an ap-
ll   Is     l-.l-
Dlstrir.  ot  (v,a.st  Range One.
Take notice that .lames Watson, oi
Vancouver,  H.  c., occupation, farmer.
or otheV purposes [known, ri.lngjn  Lot 21( iSSSSfttS f.ttgSSSd &_��_
lands:
Commencing at a post nlante.i ol
the north shore of John island, an Island between Kf-es island and Uavies
island. Dated, June Cth, 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing 60 acres more 0r less.
JOHN  JOHNSON.
Par S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  Jun* Cth. 1909.
Windsor  Hotel.
H. Parker, Vanoouver,
John  Scbrelner,  Se
Mr.  and  Mrs   i;   i   glali
Prairie.
A. L. O'Conn-ii, Sapperton,
Henry llayti*.   Matsqui.
<;���',   Walsh. Winnipeg.
G. li. Anderson,  Vancouver.
Alex- Watson, Victoria
J,  A. Morrison.  Dunsmuir.
���I.  B.  Draper,  Belllngham,
Al. H. Fowler, Toronto,
I)    Si'ott,   Kansas  City.
Victoria, Aug. 25���It is understood
thai Ills Honor Lieut.-Governor Duns
muir bas exti nded an invitation to
His Kxi- liiiir. Earl Grey and party
to be his guests on a bunting and
fishing trip i.n the yacht Dolaura, and
tbat   the same  lias   been  accepted.
His Excellency is due to reach Victoria on Sunday next on the Quadra
from Prince Rupert, and the palatial
Lau.lty private yacl Ig being made ready
in anticipation of sailing shortly after.
. wards on a short cruise to Island
po'.ils  with   the  distinguished  guest.
The -season of the year is very favorably tor sneii an outing as bus been
arranged foi Earl Grey i,nd party, and
Claim That Robert VV. Chambers Was Too True to
Life.
New York, Aug. 25.���Robert W'.
Chambers, the author, ma. be the
victim of a coincidence that may result iu a suii because of his iatest
novel, "The Danger .Mark. ' So also
may the publishers of the magazine
In which the story is at present running in  serial  form.
Relatives of Louis Gordon Hamersley and (Catherine Hamersley, ilie
young heirs to the .50,000,000 estate
of the lat. James Hooker HamerselJ.
believe it is said, that those children
are being protrayed by Chambers In
his  novel,  as    Scott     Seagrav,.    und
[.Men H
[water is  -   :
...
be applied. (I) If
! used for power or
describe   the   place
t southerly  and    west rly    direction
through District Ix>t 1 n, Bums
Commencing at a  post planted on (
(C)  The polnl of diversion is al    'fvIIiIYl'ilI   e��V IT'
_ to be returned to  100    f,-,.,    south    of a stake marked Phe whStslan    .     ni���in_' 1 ��?_____
Muni channel, and the differ- Block one (1)  In  t,���. northwest cor-LJSkTo.
, flliiiu.l.   between  point of dl-  "      "*   "   '	
The
Sent^On Approval A
To Riisi'o.vsnii.R Pkop.8    ' S",lll��J
Victoria  is  fortunate in    numbering
amongst Its citizens one able to offer lUeraldin. Seagrave, and the Seagrave
such princely accommodation on such children lm ;be story are more or less
'an becasioa us the present. His Kx- of a bad lot, especially the girl. Each
= jcellency, who is already enamored of has Inherited weakness. The girt
the charms a-id attractions Of British showB hers by soaking lumns of su-
Columbia, v Hi assuredly, as a result gar In eau d,. colonge, and eating that
of the proposed yachting trip, have'during her childhood days, und later
bis pleasant impresalpns of thia sec-1drinking much champagne, and many
ner of District Loi  1 ll
��� t   of     return.     The      (d.)  Th.-  gdantlty  ol   water  applied
L.|s to be returned  to river near for  (in cubic feet  per second)  is two
mk jf ume, and difference of ele-J(2).
..int of diversion and |      e.)  The character of the  pi   TOsed
i. about  800 feet,  (j) (works   is  lo   run     power    ma.    -l.-ry
lan I   int.ndel to  be;and  electric    dynamo,    domestic    or
vss.
ta _
JAMES  WATSO.N,
Per 8,   H.   KORD. Agent.
Dated June Cth, 1909.
District  of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson
L .proposed  works  Will irrlpting. Intends to applv for permission to pur-
y^v  .   acres,    (kl  Tbi- no-     ll.) Tin-   premises   on   which   the lof Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
|W posted  on   the   7th   day   of, water is to be used Is known as It   ck'chase the following described lands:"
ani  application     will    be one  (1),  two  (2)  and sixteen  (16j  inj    Commencing  at   a   post   planted   in
l Commlaaloner   ou   the  District Jw��t 144, Burnaby. :the bay at northwest corner of Maud
j_i_ August   1909.     (1)   Give,    (g.)  The purpoaaa  for    which    thej Island,   the largest  Island  in   the  In-
������ , aad  addresses of any  ri-  water is to be    used    are    domestic, |dian   group.      Dated  June  Cth,  19U9,
J,.,��� ;.i ���-.-'"i's or licenses who or jixiwer, light and  Irrigation.
fl.Y.:.��� ��������� ��������� likely to be affected |    (h.)  If  for irrlgatlcu  .. ���.���-.crib.-    the
JJftoposed  works,  either above  land   to   b.    Irrigated���abo.it    twelve
lj_.i::..  nutlet,    B.   F.  Dicklns, ' (1.)  acres.
uwarer, B. C. j    (i-l if the water is ti   be used  tor
|T_ part of  the    Memorandum  otj|K)wer or  mining    purposes    desoribe
ociation of the   Company     which  the place where th% water Is to he re-1
Ithoriied tlie   propos-od   application | turned to  sonic  natural channel, and |
I works. .-, nis as follows: [tbe   difference   ln     altitude     between
||3l Tte   Objects  for    which
Applying  for  the   whole   island,
tainlng  CO  acres  more  or less.
BKRGKTA  AN'Di-RSON,
Per S.  H.  KORD, Agent.
Dated June Gth,  1909.
District of  Coast   Range One.
Take  notice  that    Frank  Jacobson,
tne'points of  diversion and  point of re-iof Vancouver, B.  C, occupation, far-
Laughlin
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Ition   of  tae  Dominion   greatly    aug-
I mented.
It   is   likely   that   the   Dolura   will
ri ndezvous   sl   Campbell   river,    and
. that che distinguished party of sports-
j men   will   route   shon   trips   to     the
, j neighboring territory, which is a verl-
Scotch highballs.
The boy in the tale falls in love
with  his  nurse.
Cortlandt de Peysier Field, who is
an uncle by marriage to the Hamersley children, and is one of their
guardians,   admitted   today   that     he
Po��;
paid
to any
address
|_.;ar,y is established and  to whlcn I'urn.     Th,.   water   is   t0   b<    r.-turned . mer.  Intends to apply  for permission I
int. tie Company  are    restricted j about  two hundred   (200)   feet below i to   purchase   the  following  describe.'
Sacquisition of wat.>r and water In same channel and about sixtv (CO) Hands:
m by records of unrecorded  WBr feet lower. Commencing  at a  post  planted  In,
y.v    tii>- purchase  of  water re-      j.t  The area of  Crown  lend   lntendva  small  hay  on north shore of Bend1
(tor'water privileges for ia) Con-led  to be occupied  by    the    proposed |Island.    Dated  June  Cth.  1909.      Ap-
ttlng, operating   and   maintaining j works is none. I plying  for  the  whole  i-dand, contaln-
ttrlc works,  power   hous.-s,   gener-]    (k.)  This  notice  was .osted on the ling 80 acres more or less
fciplantand such other appliances 14tb  day  of  August,  1909, and  appll-
Ic t.-.-.v in���:,."s   as     are   necessary  cation  will   he   made    to    the    Com-
pproper for .be generating <>f elec-, missioner  on   the   15th  day   of     S.-p-
ptf, or electric power, or any otheT tember, 1909, at 2.30 o'clock.
lot lereloped   power,    and    for,    (1.) The names and    addresses    or
_smittlrin the same  to he used by  any    riparian  proprietors or licensees
ICompany or by  persons or com-1who or whose lands are likely to he
���a contracting with the company affected   by
pbt >   a motive power for the [either abovi
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June Cth, 1909.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Adolph O. Joiin-
the proposed works, ison, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
or below  the otitic are'farmer,  intends   to   apply  for  pertnis-
m% of  motors,     niachlnerv   or'the Crown   H.  B.    Scott.    Vancouver.,'scribed lands:
* lighting or oSber wbrka Or to Und E   PnVhinau, Vancouver. islon  l0  purchase    "ie    following de-
��li..l by  the  Companv   to  con- HORAC.   WILLIAMSON. Commencing  at  a  post  planted  on,
n for h'-H'lng or as a    motive      412   Westminster   avenue.   Vancou- ithe north shore of Crib isiand.   Dated I
pt for propelling tramways, or tor ver b C iJune 6th-    1909-     Applying   for thej
..   hauling     lifting,     pumping.   ���! j whole  lsiand,    containing    90    acres j
_   . 1 more or  less.
LAND  ACTS. ADOLPH O. JOHNSON,
  Per S.  H.  FORD, AgenL
District of  Coast  Range One. Dated June 6ti   1909
Br lit.au> bleu, _. Extra.
Ilmtrations are Exaol SUj
Kvery ptn guaTanteetl
full U Kt. . cltd Ooitl���cut
on right hand may be hoi
in ether our standard
black Opaque pattern, 01
Non-breakable Transpai
ent, as de. ired, either in j
plain or engraved finish,
ai preferred.
Tou m_y try thl. pen a week, ���
if you do 1,... find h as r��ur��MnUd. I
ft Uttler article than y>>_ can to-
euro for tibii timu thii iraruL
ratci in any other make. If not I
entirely latiifartorjr In every r��-|
���p��Ct return it ani we will tend I
j-u 11.10 tot it.
Ci-roir Lirriiourfam.de and !
porutar  Rku Gch   Ui_  tafim,   af
comi'late leak [iro.��f IHnSph, tuay
).��   earned   In    any   ,._>aili_n    in L
[.,K-ktt t r il,..| j   i _  1 ��,.-   n rii,., t.i I
I eny   *ngli at flratt<>_ch.    ruti-
num     '��| ri..-.    fee-.,   iHdium
.���"int, potlslwd vulcanized ruh^r
1  case,   teira eotta   finish.     Retail
I everywhere   fur   |lfiO.       Aitenta I
j  wattle.    Write for tanut    Write f
now "leit y.u forget."    Adiire.f |
table   li.inter'M paradise, m  searcti of had  uotltted   the  attorneys   for     the
game. .Hamersley  estate,  chief of  whom  is
��������������� '  Henry H-  Man, of this city, to exam
ine  "Tht��  Danger  Mark,"     and  see If
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to the public any  p;ut   of   it   lg  acHonaij,..     F;,ld
through the columns of THE DAILY   said he saw a very close parallel be-
NEWS.    The Morning Paper. tween    the  fictitious    Svagruv. child-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ren and the real Hamersley children.
"^~*^*""^^^mmm^^^ The  likeness  between  the  imaginary
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE   'young  millionaires and the real ones
  will  I .��� appreciated  by  society  people
_.. ., .        . ....      .    . ..     ,   , who know the Hamersleys In the very
The condition of the old bridge is ^   insta,ment cf  th_   book|    whlcll
not  considered    safe    for    vehicular  (]e ,        t,]em  fe  ,      , lndll        ln
traffic,   and   tlW  public  generaMy  are        . ,     ,      \    grandeur   In
cautioned  against    hauling  loads  of|_ '__,.._    who kvpt  eyen    plavmau.s
any kind over it. iaway from them lest they should hear
Persons  continuing to do eo after forbidden message that they were
... notice must tak. all the risks oa immenBelv wealthy.
themselves.
Laughlin Mfg. Co.'M
Mijtltlc Bldg.,
DitroR. Mink
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Citv  Hall,  New Westminster, Jury
23rd, 1909.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
In 0r��n,H_?_rlCr_r___  totenda  to  apply    for    permission to;New Westmlnster
Y'"' T.T\Zt   (f���-  :. tmrcha.se    the    following      described trict of Nev,
ftiinp. crushing, smelting, drilling
or for any Other opera-
i to which it may he adapted or
|beus?d or suppllnd for or in con
Klon with any other purposes ror
Uch electricity
t appli
J-rlng  water   and   water    power
for use, application and dis-1
Won by erecting dams, Increasing
i_id if water  In    any    existing,
#oI watfr. or extending the ar^a ,
po. diverting the waters of any
p^ffl. pond or  lake into  any  other
ten el or channels, laying or ercct-
W sny Iln,. or flume, pipe or wire
pes:metink any  raceways, reservoir,
itdnct welr, wheel,    building,    or
|����ttotlon or work which may be
United ln ron 11. .tlon  with the 1m-
*v��n,.nt and use of the said water
B Wter power or by altering,  re-
���Jrttil, extending, improving, repalr-
7- or maintaining  any such  works,
1 anv pan thereof
BN00UVER   POWER   CO'Y.,   _'��'D.
IPHjatarel p, h. w. Hope,    A. B.
B��k, nir-_,ors.
J V Anpatrong, Secretary.
P. 0. Addross. Vancouver, B-C
pf the Vancouver Power Co'y.,
Take notice that O, B. Anderson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
H E       DAILY NEW8
Trade Markb
Designs
Copyrights Ac
An-onr pending a pfeotoh snd dr.crlntl.-.nt_��T
^u'cklf .iscertaln our opuiiim free wlie.licr an
lnvpi.iif.n is prob.Mv pruenoihle. Commonlo.
tlon��ntrlctlrr"..dilciitl.iL HATIODuK on Patent*
Bent free. Oldest a.en.���_r aecurliiKpaten.s.
Patents taken ll>ro___ Mann & Co. receive
ip?ri_l n<_t_, without charge, in the
Scientific flim. icatt
A hand, omtny lUu.trated weekly. I_irp_st clr-
culatioD of any aci entitle journal. Terms lor
Canada. #.-... a year, postage prepaid. Bold by
aii Deiradealerft.
MUNN �� Co��**+* New York
Hran.ih ()_lce. SK F St- W��sb.a��toiu U a
Then th_ picture of the testy old
gentleman of the "Half Moon Trust
Company," gravely debating about
"Gerald ne's under garments, and
Scott's new gun," has caused many
a nod of appreciation and many a
grin of amusement.
Honey   Prices  to   Stay   Hiflri.
London. Ont., Aug. 25.���By present
indications the prices for honey will
remain fairly high in western Ontario
this year. The bees wintered well,
hut the late spring had its 111 effect.
This season's crop of honey is of excellent quality, however.
The demand for honey from the
west has become quite a factor in
determining the price of honey In
western Ontario. The western demand is increasing every year, as the
cold winters prevent much being
doue there in the way of keeping the
bet-s.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
ands
Commencing at a post planted in a
mall bay on north shore of Berry Island, dated  June 4th. 1909.     Apply-
ng  for the  whole  bland,  containing
inn acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per  S,  H.  KORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4ih, 19*9.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
Vancouver,, B. C, oceupatlon, iady,
Intends to apply for permission to pur.
chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of KlaoUsls island, a
small Island south of Turner lsiand.
Dated June 6th. 1909. Applying for
the whole Island, 40 acres more or
ess
DORA ANDERSON,
Per S. H. KORD, Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909
Land   District,  Dis-
ew Westminster.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    Intends to apply for permission to purchase  the  following  described  lands:
Commencing  at   a   post   planted   at
Northeast   corner of  lot   1469,  thence
'south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
I thence north to coast, thence following the coast line    to point of com-
1 mencement.
WILFRID DOUG ALL,
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
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Our New Clubbing Offer
lying
New
L>ND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that an application has
������ mail, to register Annie Ryder
<t me owner In tee simple, under a
I Wdeed from Sidney A Fletcher
i��Antii(. ityii.,. bearing date tbe l8tn
��ln,,?i     "' "������ A- D-. !90C of all and
"^"r thai certain parcel or tract
lai" mm premise* situate,
5?."ilnK i!- "'" district of
milter, |n thf, province of Brit-
, t-oiiimhia, more particularly
W* Md de cribed as Lot 23, Block
Y"7 s. . itl and 17, Block 4; Lots
j',, !��� 1B and 17, Block 6;  Lots 4,
Hn.11?. -ft' m,H'k 9I Lots 1. 8, 9.
da      '��� Block  HI;  Lots I, 8, 9, 16
m 17 Bl<n-k 12; Lots 4, 5, 12, 13 and
Block 11 ,:' l/Us l- 8- 9- 16 aatl 17'
Bio iV." YH h 8' 9- 16 an<l 17'
Lot. 1 .' ,'nls ���'��� '���>��� nnd 20, Block 17;
r_i_.'o. 16 and 17- Block lg: Lot
201 r.       ' ;i11  subdivisions of    Lot
NUn,'1, l*n8 10' u- 12- 13- 14
* dm,    ,    "K" sutidlvlsioa of Lot
MSfi 1  hots 24>25-2ti-27-31
10 if ?.!ock li  Lota 2, 3, 4, B, 6, 7,
Block 4. , ' 14' 15-18- 19 and 20-
16 and '17L,;',(I- Block 5; Lots 1, 8, 9
and _o riu1,0011 ir,; ***��� *��� 5. 12, 18
203   _L, 0ck  9-  subdivision   of  Lot
District of Ooast  Flange One.
Take notice that John Olsen, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmeT,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
bav at northwest corner of Davies
Island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Per 8. H. KORD, 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 number 1757a, issued in
the name of William Oleson, haa been
filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New West-
ninster, B. C, August 2, 1909.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore ln a small bay on
Compton lsiand. DaW June 4th.
1909. Applying for the whole Island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 4th, 1909.
Lo, YYr   ]-      Lot   7,   Block   4   of
Vou and n"" *' Mal' 174'
under vo, "" clalmlnK through or
an)' Inter. 'uul il" Person��� claiming
01 anv ���,. l ? ""' laid land by virtue
^registered instrument, and
the "salt. i_ palming any Interest in
Is not Y      ,,v 'lescent, whose title
��ll
<" lh.   if tlrt'd under the provisions
'Wred ton      Re��mtrv  Act," are re.
l-itcliaw    '";Kt ,,u' claim of the tax
th,
, tY wl,h'n twenty
5 ul'��ti you
District of Coast Range One
Take   notice  that   Jacob  JacoMon.
of Vancouver. B. C. occupation   carpenter,  Intends  to apply for permission to    purchase    the following de
scribed lands: ���,.,nte_ on
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest, shore of Mound laland.
Dated, June 4th, 1909 Applying for
the whole Island, containing 80 acres
more or less. ..nanl.
days  from JACOB  JACOB_ON.
publication of this Per S. H. KORD, Agent
and In default of a '   Dated June 4th. 1909.
New Wellington and
Banff Anthracite.
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers A Preston
Office, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth.
P. o. Box 346. Phone 105.
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
1. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
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WORTH YOUR
ILOOKi
City News
���   See our fine assortment of Door  J
Mais  and   the  prices.
\ Anderson & Lusby *
COLUMBIA STREET.
We are selling out
our line of Crockery and Glassware
at a big reduction.
We can afford to
do this, as we can
buy far cheaper
because of buying
larger quantities.
If you want to replace any of your
broken Crockery or
even a new lot,
buy now.
Always remember that you can
save money while
dealing with
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORE.
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
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Everything for the garden at xiays
phone 181. �����
.\iii-s Margaret Ferguson, of ihe
staff of thv bead office of tbe Alberta
Grain Company ai Calgary, and Miss
Carrie Baynes of Vanvniv.r. in-,, visiting their uncle, Ca ti of Police J.
\V. Mcintosh.
l-'.r first-class cut Dowers aad any I
kind of Floral won,, teieub/me Daw- j
(,: 6   llll.ni:.   ,   Ii.ll_. ' ���  I
only on,- law breaker adorned the
railing at  the police coun  yesterdaj I
morning.      The   magistrate   Imposed l
the usual fine of ��2.50 and costs
iiuj Orchard lands whii.- thej ari
cheap and become independent. v..
are tha official agents of The Western
Home nnd improvement Co,, Ltd, Lei
ii. ii ii you al..,in iir ir choice holding*
at Appleland. A new townsite and
tr ii i t district along the line of th
I! .' Electric Chilliwack lin. nnd V
V. it K. Cloverdale :.> Sumas Railway
This Bection exci l a In the production
of all fruits. Coun; at once wiiii,.. thi
best lands are Belling cheap and lei u
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
SUCCESS   BRIGHTENS
AND  CHEERS.
Do not waver between two opinions
Lack of decision has lost many a fortune     A   business   education   is   nee-
lessary  in  all  phases of life, so decide
to  enter
THE   WESTMINSTER
MODERN   BUSINESS  SCHOOL
which has been fitted up with the
most modern equipment for the training of stenographers and bookkeepers
.for future usefulness and success.
Each day some new student has registered with us. Why don't you enroll and allow us to do for you as we
are doing  for  many  others���lead  you
Jto success. Decide now. Call or
write.
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
610 Columbia Street
XEW WESTMINSTER.
how you tins section al  ��� eM"
We can sell five, ten, fifteen
i: wenty aci'e tracts mi easj ti i ms.
I.I. Hart & Co., Ltd.
Secretary  il.   II.   8.   Wade,  of   the
board of trade, yesterdaj evening vis-
I Ited Pori  Hammond mi 1 ad Ik
mfeeting of ihe newly formed dlstrici
board of trade,     Officers were elected
for  the  year,  and   the  board started
under good auspices.
-
lit.n't miss sceinp the "eighth won
der o!  lhe  world,'   the  .allium fishing
on the Fraser river, during the present season; the greatest in four years.
Thousands upon  thousands of fish   to
be seen. Visit th-e canneries at Steves-
jton.    The s.s. Transfer leaves Brack.
man-Ker's wharf daily at  :; p.m, ex-
jv p;    Saturday,    when    the steamer
leaves at _ p.m., returning same day.
[One dollar return. On Sundays a
special excursion to Steveston and
return is made, remaining at Steveston about an hour and a halt.
Steamer leaves B. C. Electric whari
in :i p.m.. arriving back at New West
minster at 8 p.m. Fare, one
return.
hdlar
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Witcbazel Cream
We also have all kinds of complexion   creams  and   skin  foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
John Hendry of Vancouver is spoken of as the next president of the
Canaditia .Manufacturers' Association
according io the statement made by
J, D. Rolland of Montreal, one of the
leading manufacturers of the east,
and  promuuait  fineuclal  man.
TRADE
Owner will trade for good farm land
improved or otherwise, a 9-room house
on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue,
| New Westminster. Splendid view, i
Monthly rental $25. Send fullest particulars of property to ROOM 3, INNS
OF COURT  BLOCK, VANCOUVER.
The Art of Giving
Is to select an article both useful  and beautiful.    This combination
will be found In my new stock of
SILVERWARE
Amongst  the   many   articles     will  be found  Fruit Dishes, Cake  Bas-
kets,  Br.ad  Trays,  Toast   Racks,   Butter  Dishes,  Bon   Bon    Dishes,
Spoon  Trays,  Napkin   Rings, Child's    Silver    Mugs,    Child's    Sets.
Cream and Sugar Sets, Sugar    Spoons.
Glad to have you call  and  look over mv stock
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST  BLOCK
|    Starting   Saturday.   August   21,  the
IB. C. Electric city and Sapperton cars i
will make one extra trip for the accommodation  of    the  New  Westmin- !
ster people attending the horse races!
|n|   .Minoru   park,   Lulu   island.       Tha
i last Sapperton car will leave the of���
flee at 11:30 p.m., and the city car at :
11;20 ;.m. ������ i
Vancouver Is making a strong bid j
for   the   Dominion   Fair   of   lilln  and1
ja delegation of leading merchnits and .
I citizens  headed     by    Mayor  Douglas
i will  take  up ihe    matter  with   Hon-
Sydney Fisher,    minister of    agrlcul-1
I ture,   when  lie   arrives  in   that   city j
today.
Be sure and attend the free garden j
| party at Mrs, Claude Hill's residence,
; Burnaby Lake, on the 2-Sth inst., from
13 to 9. Refreshments and sports of
all kinds. Gifts of fancy and us..ful
articles will he .sold; also baskets of
lunch. Between II a-id 4 o clock
carriages will meet the cars at Douglas road station. Proceeds to he
devoted to St. Alban's. Burnaby- 197-3
The funeral of John M. Robertson,
whose body was rectr-ered from the
North Arm on Sunday, took place
yesterday to the Odd Fellows' cemv- |
tery, Rev. A. E. Vert officiating. The
Sons of Scotland paid the expense of
a lot in the cemetery, deceased heinr,
a Scotsman from th. Isle of Skye.
recently  come to this country
The application which Oalbralth &
Sons havi- made for a lease of the
waterfrmi si mat. on th.. North Arm
of the Fraser between Sixteenth and
Eighteenth streets, an I below Fifth
avenue, covers one of the 'Indian reserves, the reversionary interest in
which the city council bus purchased
at a nominal figure lrom the provincial government, but it has ,wt to
treat with ih.. departmenl of the interior for is acquisition.
ESTABLISHED.
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"Incorporated
1905. I
Don't Forget.the Placa���
Chamberlin & Ce.
SHOE STORE
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
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1 Snaps in Lots
���
*     , .__   L_il8' D0UBLE CORNER���5 MINUTE* TO SIXTH ST. CAR
LINE; $225;   TERMS.
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE-66x145  FEET;
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS.
2 LOTS,  NEAR   MOODY PARK;   $600;  TERMS.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wen
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
lor ladies and children Saturdays at
1:30 p. m.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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It's Time to Hurry.
NEWS FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS AND SAVINGS EOR THEIR MOTHERS.
CHILDREN'S WEEK SWEEPS MERRILY ON. IT DRAWS CROWDS AS IT GAINS ITS MO-
MENTUM,   AND   IT   HAS AGAIN   SCORED   A   HIGHLY  GRATIFYING  SUCCESS.
THIS EVENT HAS NO COUNTERPART. IT WAS ORIGINATED BY US AND IS ENTIRELY
DIFFERENT   FROM   ORDINARY  "SALES"  OF  CHILDREN'S  GOODS.
COME BOYS AND GIRLS AND MOTHERS AND GET. A FULL SHARE OF THE PLEASURES
AND  PROFITS OF  CHILDREN'S   WEEK.
PREVIOUSLY ADVERTISED OFFERINGS STILL ON SALE���AND HERE ARE A NUMBER
OF  FRESH   ONES  FOR  TOMORROW.
Girls' Summer
Dresses on Sale
Today $1.35 Each
Dresses in about 25 Styles���makeups that are worn every day hy school
girls of all ages. Many print dressvs,
jumper suits of print, sailor dresses
of Galatea, Oxford, White Dril] and
Whit,- Muslin dresses, pique Buster
suits and lim-n Buster dresses. We
have put the entlre lines together,
; egular $1.75 to $2.25, kilo on., special lot and marked at a special. Mow-
on price
$1.35
Children's Petticoats
Children's White Cambric Petticoats, extra good quality, ages from
I  io ll  >. urs.    Spec! il to
50c
Children's Drawers
Whlio Cambric Drawers  ages 3
11   years.    Today's price,
25c
Children's Undervests
White Cotton Dtadervestg, long ani
short sleeves.    Regular 16c, tod
10c
Children's White Cotton
Undervests
(loo.l  quality.    Regular 25c, Mow
On  Sale price,
15c
BOYS   BLOUSES���I.i   wbl'e,   duck,   with   navy   and   light     bin
sailor collars.    Ages   up  to  10 years, Reg.  $1.25.    Snle price   ����������
SMALL CHILDREN'S DRESSES���Oolbred   and   White,   Regular
prices G0c, (15, 7."). Sale price, e^ach   	
BOYS'  STRONG   LINEN   CRASH   AND  WHITE   DUCK
SAILOR   8UIT8���Emblem  trimmed.    Reg.    $1.75 and    $2.00.
Sale  Price, each	
95c
45c
$1.35
AFTER-SM
SALE
SOMETHING UNUSUAL
IS ABOUT TO HAPPEN
IN THIS STORE ON
SATURDAY AFTER <
P.   M,
YJ
Serviceable Hose for
School Girls 20c Pair
a hosiery offer affording opportunities
to save. Children's and Misses' lace
and plain cotton hose in tan, black
.'iniii White, soma 500 pairs to I.,, cleared oui this week. Every odd line
must it... sizes 5V_ to 8V_. Regular
mine. 25, 30, 35.    On sale, per pair,
Yi'"Y
20c
"Our Boys" Best 25c Hose
W,i carry the best heavy an,i fine
ribbed cotton hose at this price that
it is possible to procure, fust black,
nicely shaped reinforced knees, bwls
and toes, good length and strong;
sizes fi to 10 inches. Special price, per
pair,
25(
LADIES'  FINE  MUSLIN
BLOUSES $1.50
Embroidered-front, Gil sob
collars,  some  Dotted   Swl        ::l '
with    Vai ��� lace    (long    and    shorl
sleeves),   new   tailored   stylos   K-'-]
linen  collars;   sizes III to  12.    I'''-".'
values up to $8.50.   Today *1'50
LADIES' CAMBRIC  PETTICOATS
Fin,, white Cambric petticoats ��i,n
hemstitched and embroidered floUnJ���
Regular values from $1.25 to P-W
Move-On.  price   	
A variety of smart dresses In H�����
shade, white and blue duck, wim I S|��
blue facing; sizes 12, 1. and 16 years.
Values range up to $6.50. Mov^?���
Sale  price    ^
GIRLS' WHITE MUSLIN DRESSES
Fine white muslin dresses, trimnwu
with lace and embroidery, some ���
Jumper styles. Ages from 1" '" '
years. Values $5-00 to $6.75. ��""��
price  *
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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