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 riRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
[i strathcona
ARRIVES
DEATH   OF   MRS.   WARWICK.
NEW WESTMINSTER. 11. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1. 1909.
FIVE CENTS PETl CO. Y..
STREET
10 BE TORN OP SOON
Passed   Away   at    Fiv;    M.notes   Past
Three   This  Morning.
Mi_  Charles  Warwick, one of the
.i.est   known  of   the   native  daughtei
of tbia city, passed away at flve nun
    utes  past  thr,,.  ibis   inorni I
^^^^B , M.s. Warwick bad been ill for si .
fliipfltiill    Pflrty    IvtiacneS ,.,-.,]   months,    having    undergone an
JnnUt-iJ . operation  two  mcutbs  ago,  from   the
-'i ��� in    FvflliniT��� fentcl- shock ol   which sin- nev i   recovered.
CltV  1"     J _ y.-sierday, bowevi r, after a period of
Dl.ns Fur Ki-Caption,    great   wiukm-ss, she rallied, and
,'e irldiio i i thought to he doing well.     Her d
last nigbi cam,, as a greai Ov
..    her relative and family.     The
        .nl"' I  ���   tion   from   tin-     rally     cam..  ���        I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Thursday evening   accompan- j nlghi   and  sufflclenl   time  wai   glvua   begun  before the date anticipated
"".'".. cioustcn, general  before  the end  to  allow  ol It.   m   Lowry, en
;������. ' Montreal, and ^member      ' "      '���"--���-'--
tive
j^rd Strathcona <"[���
Iciiy
inanaP"
ftmim'     _______
Z Bay company
Only Mailer Keeping Back
Improvements is Lack of
Sewer Pipe.
Work  cn  Columbia streei   wil]   be
SERVICE
INTO ROYAL CITY
BRICK
Kilns
WORKS     IMPROVEMENTS.
Will   Be   Installed   and   Quality
of  Output   Raised.
Three   large   boilers,   formerly   the
property   of    the   Branette  Sawmills
Co., which have been 1 yisin for some
years on  From   or. et near the  Wev
New  Trains   Will   Enableif*^ *��$�� have been purchased
One  has   been   resold  to  the  B,   C.
Electric   Railway   Company   and   will '
l.e transformed Uno a water tank for
us,, during construction on the Chil-j
liwack  branch.      The   remaining   two
boilers   have   been     remodeled   Inter-1
The C. P. R. will today put a new [n*1!* and Joined together to make a
OEEICIAIS CHOSEN   \
EOR CELEBRATION
Residents on Main Line to
Do Shopping Here.
Joint Labor Day Committee
Busy - Union Movement
May Be Extended.
is-taivr ______��� '"
of h-r family  being pn   ent, gam  pavln    c
Hud   at ber bedside ^^m
A   magnificent i    The  late    Mrs.    Warwick   was  the |
arrangenu
���olls D��'' "..'accorded   the    distisi daughter of William .lohnston   ���
flW��">e * oner   by   the the  pioneers of this city.      s
pli--1!'"  ";~ -.sl. rday  In bis one of the flrsl   white  women  born In
peopleol p.   h.   depot, ibis   <'ity.   and   also  one   of  the  flrsl
JM. " ' v.. lrom..   was to be  married  here
rtere nn Auoieo-
^^_     ,,, . ,,    , Chief Wats<u  will  decide  tha tug-
which   Will     materially   increase of.war Arrangements     have     also
erence to tbe s.
'I'h,-   local   imiir   ._ ���   _.  ��� . .       . , ... ,._e  ...__ 	
ering Columbia        ei     dewalks and  at 18 o'clock or 6 p-m.    At WeBtmin- made by the company is responsible (,   Fee_ v ,.   ,.   HarrU
sewers   :        ��� advertised  fifteen istjrJuncUon conn , n will .... mail-   ������>���; the.InstaRa ion of   a ge,- ti^n-
-'���-.w   hut a-  a  ;,-.i ion  for Iii.ii.-diate   with   ���   train   from   Seattl,   ���  the  '   >.   I ���'     '��-< I all>    '"C-east 	
iaf-. .   ,couver, where      She haves,, husband, Charles War-   anion ha   been presented to the city  Northern   Pacific   and   Mission   June-  '"     ',    ,   '     ,     _.���,     Yn} ,, been  made for    the judging of   the
po ... compliment- wick, and thre- children, _. daughter,  council,  wldelj    Blgned,    the  council tidn.      Until   now    persons   resident   '',0,',','"   .,1 .i   ,   ,. ,', .i" All l,alj-v   sl,ow   and ,1"'    waltz competl-
'-���"��� |ered the guests  Fffle,   and   two   sons.   Elmer   C.   and   may waive thai objection,     The pun- between Mission and Vancouver hav-   P"t rrom u.. m.u ,v   in o i, ,  to use (i(jn a(. th_ evenlng ,J.lll      T,V() olh(,r
ibaM,,l    the prominenl   William . I., to mourn her loss. cipa]   trouble,   now   thai   Hi.   council   bad to wai, ai  Westminster Junction ���?��"C1,J" lDe ~h�� hHn_k��    ,,_hi meet,n��B  <J|'   the   committee   will  be
e"*iS'-      --*- k '��� 'has let the contract for all the work  until the train a   about 10 o'clock a.  �����e?' *u���'    A_\     lI-AYl ,'. held tonight and Friday.
to  the   Hassam  Paving  Company,  ih  nigh,   before    i. lng    able   t.   r-aci, ��J      |    burn     . na con , laratlve i. joint Committee.
.ii.n   the  i-vs-a.v   piPe has no. ar- their homes from the city. ! ,  !., X li    i        _.,,    ,r       ���     Tlie    jol,lt    committee    who have
rived, an       ,    ewer, must be put in     The  Westminster    board of    trade Yi ItYuIll    with  wX thZ'charge of  tU celebration  a-v  it   A.
first. was   petitioned  and   took  the   matter llnine,Y*\ ..       ~     a  b   t&r Stoney     (chairman),    .1.   P.     Murphy
I1
li'-"
���    ,luioiig them
Con- |
ujmjs occupy)      ^^^^^^
Y v, ... Keary of this city.
m 39    years,    Lord I.
piring  Wa
pttlicona -
age.
Li ������������
The  larg- low  tension  trolley  feed
__������,,    ..  ,h,   wine for the Cloverdale 1.ranch of the
'' ugue  0I Chilliwack  line Is  being strung  i.y a
KiptewWU I,   (-.   Electric    line    gang on  Front
Returns Tomorrow.                      street.        Th,,   large   and   beavj    nills
���,. ,-j.:.,, on    to    Victoria   of   wire  ar,    taken   out   on   tb-   travel-
-  pY rrow     evening.   k_8   crane   and   swung     Into   position,
hvatcial cars will  bt- attached   to   the ''aide being  then  hauh-d into pos-
0 ii i detached al   i'""1 hy aid of block and tackle and
;;. ion   Thej   will then I a  team.
j    . . city and the party	
Cj foi   the   night- '
J7ii. :., ���   2 o'clock  on
|j-.: . .-   have   atl   Oppor-
_i/;j: tc -.. '    on  Its  busiest
I__' ���.,. are   In  for
Bil.
v.:,.  led beto  decided
[,, on  to   be  ac-
(           . - ,.  will  take the
I (oral of a cl welcome, and only
(,:.. : ;, will be l" rmltted be-
��* of the fatigue oi the present
mtf.
Dmner on   Thursday.
,V io:.. v  ments   have   as
. been (ormii   ted   but  It  ls  mosi
.-... .    ere wUl bi  a dinner at the
tell Hoti ..!.-!,...   evening
io iii   . . tlon at the C. iJ-
L depot. ���   :>'��i  is that th��^_____________________________________.
I:- pari  in tlie w, 1-" . Argentine government is pressing
i_-    I atatinres   Of   ihe  the British governn.tr.  to remove the
p     '        :  and  similar socle- embargo on  Argentim   cattle,    They
'"��� . to assist, point   to  the   decreasing   live   cattle
O Th      Hoard    ot   .upplie.,   from   Canada     and     Dnlted
fait. Mr Wv-   went over  to Van-   states,   which   fell  from   563,6/4  head
'     -     nt owing to tim  |���   j.,.-,. t0 :;si.7st, head in  1908   and
|*l time a; h .-al he  was un-   l0 tbe kit-reas-d prices to tiie British
letail    until Jiayor const__Bra    Moreover,  Argentine  In-
*.'.,||,J :   'me  friend   "'   terest.   :,y.   doing   what   Canada   was
_nd has been Instrumen- strongly but vatolj urged to do. In
the earlier days of the emimrge agitation, namely, causing Britlsa representatives to Investlga e on the
siKit the contention that no disease
now exists among Argentine herds to
justify the embargo measures eradlc*
tion of disease from all exporting districts having succeeded completely.
Radical members of tb,. Bnt.sh
government, representing the work
i ig i las- district, would favor the removal of the v-mi argo or any other
measure to cheapen mea:. but Earl
Oarrtngton, minister of agricuiWr-
is immovably opposed to this, and
could  r.iy on aln.os:  the unite i Un
The contract with the company will  up with tlu, C. P. R. authorities with l^t in thlokneH
bn drawn  up by the city solicitor to-  the   above   satisfactory   result,   whlcb   wlll.b" * greatlv  Improve the qu
day and lmmedia*el.   Blgned.
ARGENTINE WANTS
EMBARGO REMOVED
But Great Britain Refuses
to Allow Importation of
Live Cattle.
Montreal,  Aug.  31.���A  London  special cable says:  It is stated bere that
The engineering department do not city in the morning and return at a
wish   the  streei   to  be opened  up  un-  reasonable time in  the evening. This,
less  the   compan-..  and  others  later the  board claimed    in  Its  memoran-
-. | in the laying of pipe, are ready dtim toilo company, will do mucn to
to put it iii.     Public o Inion Inclines increase  the  trad.,  between  th,..  city
to   the   view    that    there    has   been and   district.      The   opi-rat:<u   of  an
eniiogh   procrastination   already,   and extra  train  on  tbe local branch  has
..,,,���-  :<   gee a Btarl  ai            made, been  impossible  until  recently,  when
lt   is  expected   that   some pipe   will the  C   P.   K.   made  provision  for  In-
reach ihe city for this work in a few creased  service  by  placing  two  tram
davs. crews on  the branch.
jkness, the effect of which , ("^"h.Schofleld treasurer),
 , jreatly improve the quality c,   ,.>,���.,   (president   of  the   Trades
enables   the   farmers  to come   to  the ,of tlle Product. ,and   L_.t,or   Council;    Ii.   Knudsen,   V.
VINEGAR WORKS
WILL START HERE
Race Track Crooks Work
kli lotto]
III :i securing various gifts, partlcu-
|��;l." 1;. ii, him, has
i consulted.
dn,   bis   lord-hip
Royal  Columbian
iContinued on  Page Three).
Big Swindle in Vancouver
Vancouver,   Aug.   31.���Kor   the
alleged  "touts"   and   their  partner  at
Johndro amd D. Boyle, of the Westminster council, and II. II. Harrison,
.1. 11. McVety and D. Babcock of the
Vancouver Trades Council.
I It is probable that two Other organizations may obtain representation lu
the Westminster Trades and Labor
Council. The Vancouver council ls
prepared to pay the per capita tax
for delegates of the machinists to sit
in the Westminster council, although
~   Broder Br03.  Add tO Plant���   the   machinists    remain   in   the  same
union    as    their    fellow-craftsmen  In
Will Also  Can  Clams and Vancouver, if    the    local council accepts  the  proposal.      The other may
Crabs l^ ttle teamsters of the city, who are
anxious   to    organize    and  obtain   a
  i charter.      They form  quite a numerous body.
���      _   _     _���. , ,,!-   ,   n.mr,���   the race track.    For two days he fro-
leged   buncomg  of  a  retired   Belling- ^e^. ^ ^ ^ ^ ^  H���
ham farmer, out of $380 and a cheque uri__ up  ea-nings   each  day.      Each
A vinegar factory ls the latest man-
HS IS CENTBE
ufacturlug enterprise to be started in  SEVEN CHILDREN  PERISH
New   Westminster,   the     plant   to   bei IN   FIRE   IN  ORPHANAGE
for  ,5000,     Harry  Overton  and  John limty^,tn .Ythe place he became j fXTof^Br^r  B^JhShS New  Vork.  AuT^-The  bodies of
\V.     Stanton,     race    horse  followers, more  interested  and    eager  to  make m0V(l(, tQ thi. c���y fr0[_ n^, Am,Tlcan seven  young cWldreil   burned beyond
who came here from Seattle, were ar- some  of that   'easy  money'  nimseir.  side about a J_!ar ago the   po_sibiUty   0f     recognition   were
rested late last night    hy Detective Finally, he    alleges,    they put their                 .��������,_       Dr��� found in the ruins of the St   Malachis
8. rgeani   Jacksco   and   Detective   Mc- proposition to him.     It  was that he                  mstai   Large  Press. home f<)r ^lldre_ a,  Rockllw;lv |iark
i.'-od   of this city   assisted  ...   Detec- invest money with them and share In      Fruit-canning   has   proved  lucrative totiay
tiv,   Callahan, of Belllngham their profits.      it  is a.leged  he gave and th,.  business  started in a small Firemen are working In the charre*
Their alleged  victim, L.  Olso:,, one them a total of $->. and was told that  way a year ago has flourished to such ruins ot the  h(JIDe  looking  tor other
of the wealthlesi  men ol Bellingham, hl* share of the  winnings amounted sn extent that'branching out is in or- bodies.
it is said   met three men here early '" $16,000, but before they would turn  der, with the result that a large pres.                   ��� .	
last   week' and   readily   became   iver- a cent of this amouni over to bim be capable of making 4.". barrels of vine- TRUSTEE  TO  PROSECUTE
ested   When   they   talked   horses   and musl   give   them   ,5000   to   assist   in  gar daily is now  being Installed. Thej THE  GOVERNOR-GENERAL
borse racing       He knew considerable carrying out another coup.                     vinegar  will  be  made    from  apples,'                           _^	
.  n   horses     hlmseli               hor es. Olson alleges that he passed over a  and  it  is  expected  will  meet  witn  a victoria   Aug. 31.���Owing to reports
li.e three  men  proved pleasant coin- cheque  "^  *o""  :��'J  th-'��  went  to iarge demamd in the province.   Cider tn;lt  Earl' Grev   and   Lord   Lasceller
panions   and  when   they   invlb I   bim Bellingham   to   attend   to   some   busi-iwil, also be made with the new press shot  mountain goat  and  two deer In
up   to   their   room  ou   Georgia   street t'ess.      While  m Ins  home  town  and|s0 that  it  will  never nee. to be idle th<,  northern  woods   an  Investigation
end confided to him that thej  owned away from  the three all-ged conspir-. wliIL- apples are Obtainable, ls helng mad��� by members of the Vic-
a string of horses at Minoru park and ators,   calm     nought   convinced   him |    Broder   Bros,   have   ta_ n   up   trull toria Gun  Club.'who will ask the at
,vi,   cleaning up money so fast tbey that  there  was Something wrong, so canning in all Us branches, cherries, torney-gtneral to prosecute the gover
wanted  to    let  a  few    oi   their  besl he  Informed   Bell.ngham  officers. Da-1 berries of al] kinds, and rhubarb hav- nor-general  of  Canada  and   lis   aid-
friends In on  the scheme   be  readily tective Callahan  waa detailed on the ing s0 far i>assed  through the plant d    camp if lnvesUgatiot   proves that
nn_        ��a,,r.rt.,,l    ,s.       h..-., it nil:, rte TS     I.     ln��n-n     n���nn||,|nn     .hi        .._. - Vr,,��� _____���__������ .   ... _________���
fell a prey, it Is said.
Hears  He Won $15,000.
Olson was allowed to lis.en tc
telephone   conversations   between   the of tbe men.
case    and    reported to    headquarters jn  large  quantities  thi8  j-ear.      Now deer and goat were killed, as the ��lien
here. a plums  are  being  purchased and  can- season   for  deer  does   not  commence
By a  fortunate  circumstance    they ning 0f this fruit will probably start until October.
received a clew a? to the whereabouts today.      The  busy    season    for  the ������
IF*li lo   Piease    European    Trades   lonlst support In favor Of closed P��riS,   PLtADlMl  TOUll-Lu
Unionist, r.  __>���.._     _  ... ,'s01" tluH1Ph the diseasa is proved to.
��ni��ts B.   Attitude on  Inter.
national  Problem.
lei   Gompers.
;;   '' rlcan  Federation
*f. was tl.   dramatic centre ot
event though the distas . is proved '��
be only a pretext to cm,-: protection
to   British   farmers.
[DELVE INTO EARLY
LORD   ROSEBERRY  AS
HIAKT OF MAGISTRATE
HISTORY Of CITY
.   _    , ^-^^^^^^^^^h^^^^^^^^^^^M .  a   floating  "cannery   to  do   n.i.--   work.
ADVOCATE OF THE CLASSES   ^^   Dannie   Alexander  is  Allowed  to   Paper  on   New   Westminster   Mint   of ,Thp hu,, of Ule sleamer Upwlng "as
fruit cannery has scarcely begun yet,
but will be in full swing, (witn tne
arrival of the apple season, and large
quanttiles of the fruit will be required
to keep the plan; In operation.
Will   Ca.i   Shellfish. 	
In   three  months  clam-caming  will
also commence.      Tb    proprietors  of  Twenty   Bags   Missing   From   Yester-
|the  cannery   having  decided   to  send
REGISTERED MAIL
STOLEN FROM TRAIN
I
i
lerl
[London. Aug. 30.���Thv greatest sen-
lay's session"of'Vii/s.xt'k in- sallon of tlu? Iin,si'nt J"1**8*-**. fl"""
���at'^l                  nn,..,,    cong.es    nlshl>"    t0l,;,-v,   wh"n   U,)rd   ^'^
''��� ,,; ,. , , t: accepted bo Invitation trom the busl-
Rejo.n   H.s  Tribe   on   His   Na-
tlve  Riserve
Early Days  Read  B.fore British
Association  of  Scientists.
I teen purchased and is being ntied
with cooking apparatus and boib rs
and  accommodation  for a number of
day's Eastern on Arrival in Vancouver���Value   Unknown.
-��denounced what'thv  . hunu-d io  "ess  men of Glasgow  to speak at an
....,!    ,,,    the anti-budget   meeting  In  Qlasga.    on
l ,  a lib    reierence  September  10.                ^^
Dan Alexand ir, an Ind an of a wise       The days
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Vancouver. Aug. 31.���Eighteen or
men. It wil] be used as ft scow and twenty registered leit.rs were stolen
towed  from  place  to  place, wherever last nlght from th . mai, car attached
of the gold rn��h in this',ae olam hunters, mostly Indians, are t0 tht, c P R transconiin'.-iilal ox-
at  work.    Ther.. lt will stay until all  press  No.  97,  which reached Vancou-
���hi-,.- ����un  w.ui    reierence.������������--���   ���       .      , ..   .    _      tni. ' tvne  provided a light side to tne cuy , province,   ana   tne   auempi   io   ��t_u-  ^   sheiifish   are   canned,   the  shells  ver"at 9 o'clock this morning, accord-
' onal movem nl.      \A"'d  Roseberry. anitmv on        s   ���    ��� Dr0ceedlngs    yeBterday.  Ush a mini  In  this city, i.i order to also  being    kept    for crushing  into iug to the statements of  passengers
lft5 .n".".l-_l__.    h"_jn C_i{_,���_P   S   'h.   YYY    Z  ^e wasTharged with having a bottle | relieve   -he   currency   situation   which  bird  food.      Canned  crab^ wi,   be sm  who learned of the rifling of the car
conies
E?;rj1*s "ttnta Ar\ZIIZlr- strongl7"aga_-8i "these flna'nciai pro- yYHi, his po.s-s-ionrwb.cn ne   bad become vers  complex on account
I ".',..    .,���..   position   he   will    sever   himself   Com-.    _    ,       .._..,_, ,m���,  .  ewinsnuin  Lt ._ H^par'nn nf snnh lar?. ntiaiti-
;,
loi _
I
|n,e.
l.v .
On.ons and l^'t'on   be   wil   sever   nims-ll   eon,- j obtalnlng   ,r ,  Chinaman
.���, m si,,,-,- Pletelj   iron,  his   party and  be Jn a ��� , ; h,m whl,   ho was
,..  m,iu a< Position oi  greater isolation  than    ^ ih   (.   p   R  M ,,,,., piatform   M.
.ih   trades tore- :piBtr.,., corbould Inform.d th. p---ni-
BARREL   OF   YEAST
|��tll(i
glBtra:,-  Corbould  inform.-d  th     pent
ten   l ng culprli  thai  the offence
     merited     ���     ^H    fine  0'���|,l','';,'
makes  big  explosion m���Mtlls    m    jail.     Dan im"'"aiateiJ
  became  very  interested and pleaded
      Toronto,    Aug.    31.���Shooting    us earnestly   tor  release.      He had not
I    organ-  contents   up   fifty   feet   In   the   all.   a touched  the  whisky he said sine,
.    :.l
mpera-
^^^^^^e.u-.
v' .ii'v-nitio'nil
a In rod iced
he
���,��� W01lllt    "aefend    the  barrel of  yeast  exploded  while  helng  ,Ku)  bevn pulled;   he was  the  I"""'1 >'
ill and create taken along Colbome "treet In an ex- man \_ the world and could not pay
arii, and    solid-1press  wagon this  morning.    The top a fint.;   it was the first time he "aa
other  departure   for  the   factory  this this morning.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^                    season;  it was tried as an experiment The   robberv   ls   supposed   to   havi-
>u of such large qui.-iti-  ]as(   year   and   thp  dPma,,d   was  War- occurred about 2 o'clock this morning
���;., . ol gold, came in for consideration  ranted the taking up ot this branch tn at    or in    the    vicinity of    Spences
at  the recent  gathering of the British  earnest. Bridge.      Several  hours    elapsed   he-
Assoclation  for  th- Advancement of!  fore rhe theft was discovered.     At
���,.    .                                      on  returning to Ms summer home the first stop after the mail clerk be-
Science at Winnipeg                               ^  1?urnal)y  0_   Mondav   s.   M    Bve- came  aware of    his  loss,   telegrams
A  papi r    was    read    by  Frotessm   |(|.,,h    ^  _._n   jBnowp   architect,  dis were  sent  back over  the  line  to  all
.lames Bounar, a well known author-  covered  that  it   had  been  ransacked stations announcing the theft, and the
Ity on money and banking   before tte  by   thieves   during   his  absence.     Al- provincial  police    at     various   points
section  of  the  conference devoted  1 ,  most  all  small  articles of  value  had wer, early at work on the ease.
section  ol   tin   coni-nnce aevoiea  ij,^,   _arr,ed  away   and  som    plecefi ,Tllst   what   was   the   value   of   tbe
Th.
'thi
I aO I .
1
of the barrel was sent over the top of d0Ml.  anything    wn��ig,   and
 ���
"if you
over tht, question \_ (lve  storey  building and  the  yeas'  ^ii let uie go please I win go home
i10(.,Mr'  Cfpnuiers 'Covered th.   whole side of the wall. A:The    magistrate    endeavored to
find
economics on the "Gold Coinage of
British Columbia." The professor
was of the opinion ihat from an economic   standpoint   the   attempt   to   es-
���"��� winners'   Y" '" lue conference, i bicyclist   came   along   a   short    time ollt  how  Dan intended to get  .o "';,""��'��" �� ���/"*"
fill;       ,   ,        ,   '"   was  r-ce'v-d  after and slipped on the road, which  hnme in  ullooet  without money   but   nll8takt,   and  that   It   was
H feet    tn        ,legates Jumped tf  was covered with yeast.    He and  the   that   had   no   terrors   for  'he   Indian. ,      gU(,h    ���.���.     Bhown    by
Austrian   <tA��� Hueber,  BO driver   were  the only   two to sustain . Hl, was  allowed  to  go  on  Buspvnoe.i |.ll)and(mim.nt 0f the project
Ktwlied Mr    n      'ehemently   char-lanv  damages  as   a  result   of  the ex-18entenee.   and   made    tracks  w IthOUtl    |(_   (||t,  Winnipeg Free Pi
- mocker-, ' "xplaniulon  plosion      Both     got     their     clothes  delay t0 rejoin his relatives who leu |quoted  a8   follows:
ruined.
ontreal Hebrews Unite
IMrnl!!?31'"" in the conference.' bicvcUst "came "along" a "short     time out l.ow'Van  intended  to  get  to his   tablisb  a  separate    cur.vncy    was  a
^^^^��� ^^^ and  that   It   was   recognized
tbe  early
ress, he is
delay to rejoin his relatives who leiti -"
th,. city  by special train the morning      ,.,,,-_ ,,p|S���d,, of a goid  coinage ��n
_ previous I British Columbia Is of more than local
James    Reilly    was    permitted    to lmportancv.      The   popular    accounts
leave the courtroom after paying "vYor it arp m,t wholly confirmed by the
dollars   and   costs,   with   Instructions ,offlcIa|  correspondence.      The  pieces
._ ..- ^^^ ^^ oui o( several expedients
thought likely to relieve the Inevitable embarrassments of larg. discoveries of gold. They were to v�� issued by the as*M- office at New West-
minster. The doubtful experiment
wa8 stopped at the outset, not by the
home authorities, tout by difficulties
on the spot.
"Since 1862 the industrial situation
has changed; the centre of gold-production Is elsewhere; and Br tisb
Columbia produces much besides golu
M
ontreai,
th. ha
��� r--j,
Mocked all
street.
^^^^^^^__     ________________________________________________________���! to" keep  the grass  from  growing  un
For Mutual Protection �� *?&Z^��S��
Aug   81    A   BWK'nr FamnagmV��this.
ltl*-tohanii'  k , * r��HUlt ��f      If the plans develop as outlined, re   ���   l ofhor slde w the story   he
and  f l'> tween  He- gular guard, wlll be Installed by J��|' "ntel.d the Merchants' Cafe, obtained
ri''icli-Canadlans    wn        ""*" ' *   ' *"    " ~"~~ *~
'���"-ifflc on
"fur Dp
lch Hebrews to "pat roi the streets for the *"^[' aad then refused to pay-
Si    LawrnieB Pfotectim of their   old   men,   women               attempted    to stop  him from
_"1_ *-���"��� Ds Montis,  .r V. aM|l children, and also business men,                       restaurant, and he pulled
'III   "'���^'-       r   -���   ""'*��� Y frl,m a,,arl( an�� >��iult, to which ihey J��� ���  threatened violence.
ih.    ,' ��''   the .vi,.'   ,, "' ��"'   ."a  declare they are constantly subjected.   -l  ,	
,      '.',."r,'M's from      The   -,1S,N   arls|nLr   mlt   of  the  riot. _  __ .  .   	
b
SSniS. ,l   ^tbmCp0irri"'V,'a fn,,,'n      The" cases   arising   out   of  the  *?<
iheH..' 'H  I' ,r:"U' we'-�� ca,1"d befor. Recorder Welr la
a ��lKlkTWa <"' I iiYll ��mon! "' Reorders court .his morning, and
'���"-,""' ���'"���"�����v   ���   ":^ h     :1 of i����stponed until Thursday for bearing.
trouble "'""���'���"' s .���"',,",,' r'!',lK The '���"r,'il,"r ��<J lh- '',,urt rooin Were
ce oi  uie crowded with Hebrews
women.
Death  of  Hotel  Proprietress.
Word has   reached  the  city of tne
dea���:, of  Mrs.  Moore, proprietress or
^t   hotel at Slcamous, sud-
oth men'and denly of   heart   failure       She was
kWeil  known to the traveling v*-..
of furniture had  even  been  removed, stolen  mall cannot  be determined, as
The police have no clue to the iden- the    railway    mail      authorities,    of
tlty of the thieves, but ig thought that course,   hav"    no    knowledge  of  the
they  must have been well acquainted contents  of    the  letters.      The   loot
with the neighborhood. might tie worth $4 or $4000.
Germs Abide in the
Common Communion Cup
Trenton, N. J., Aug. 31��� Th, state 0d  of   many   persons  drinking   from
board of health is to begin a crusade the same cup.
against  the  use of the   communion     The sacreoness of the   vessel, the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ doctor  declared,   did  not  prevnt
cup, aB well as the drinking cups used being full of germs.
on railroad   trains.    The department ������^���^_________
ls convinced that the religious recept- AAAAAAA A A ********
lt
acle spreads disease and will advise 4 '
its abolition. 4
The movement ln this direction Is .
headed ly Dr. Bruce S. Keator, secre- 4   Tacoma ..
tary of the board. 4   Vancouver
The  physician   declared   that     the +
adoption of the Individual communion 4   Aberdeen
_ cup   in  some  churches   showed  that +   Seattle ...
The political  situation    has heen al- t_e people are commencing to realise .
tered by the entrance of British Co-jtnat even In such a holy vessel as the +   Spokane
lumbla Into the confederation of 1871.: communion cup,  there Iurks dangers 4   Portland
A gold currency could not be provin- !to the health of the body, that danger 4,
being furlshed by the unsanitary meth. m*>m
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PAGE  TWO
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DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY.  SEPTEMBER
'<  1509.
ertisements
-".uaj
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  ��ell  the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   yCu
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 tim*   in   business  everyone  mus��  of  n cessity   know   all   about  _
wares.
,      4J,      UB      fldVC      y.L      IIIC      IIC.IL     Wl       .ll.i.n.l.y      ul*.     ��_*.....__       --- ������     ���     . ���..w     .llov       II,
Use   the   advertising   columns of The  Daily  News and  keep abreast  of the  tlme��.
Our
WANTED.
WANTED���YOl'NG MAN WANTS
first-class room and board. Must
be central State terms. Apply
W.  P.,  Daily New..
ROOMS TO   RENT.
TO    RENT���FURNISHED     ROOMS:
Terms   moderate.       Apply   713  Vic- i
toria street.
WANTED���TO RENT. A F.R-
nisbed bouse. Apply at News Office.
WANTED���A FEW VACANT LOTS
in city; give price, terms and legal
description- Peers    &    Ramsay.
N-w Westminster. 19S-U
MONEY TO LOAN
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
It. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND AC
countant (successor to C. Hamberl.
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7. Ham-
bly block, P. O. box 795.
LAND SURVEYOR.
 ���    CARRIAGE SHOP
MONEY TO LOAN���1 AM PRE-I	
pared    to advance    mon, v  to  anv
amount   on    city    property  or   for WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP
building  purposes.      Apply    Dr.  A.
D. Buchanan, P. 0 ,  New  Westmin- .
ster.
WANTED ��� NIGHT WATCHMAN.
Walsh Sash & Door Factory, foot
Of  Third  avenue.
R. J. McNeil. uver T. Ovens
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work  guaranteed.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED ROOM
with private bath; permanent. Apply by letter. 930 Thirteenth street.
201-2.
WANTED���THREE OR FOUR GOOD
boys in the B. C, Cigar Factory at
ccice.
FOR   SALE.
6.FOOT LOTS AT EDMONDS, $150
each, close to Vancouver aud city
car lines; $25 cash, balance Jlf
monthly. Walker Bros., P. O.
Box 983.      New   Westminster. 198-6
REAL   ESTATE.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers. 345 Columbia street,
phone R2T*>- The place where ihe
dirt and dust Is removed from tbe
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for aud delivered.
ELECTRICAL  WORKS,
W.   N    DRAPER,   B.   C.   LAND  SLK
- tveyor.     El.ard block, New    West-
minster.  B.  C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables	
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE  SCHAAKE  MACHINE  WORKS.
Limited, Front street. New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDK & EDMONDS, BARRIS-
ters and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block. Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE. WHEALLER & MoQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, op|>oslte
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 143). and the Vancouver of
flee is at No. 5, Royal Bunk Chambers. 408 Hastings Street  west.
MONUMENTAL  WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of monumental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Co'umbia  street,   New  Westminster
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS CRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite tbe
Court House. P. O. Box 1.6. Telephone 64.
stenography   _.   typewrit.,
���v.
Qulchon block.""p.'aiteK '
ng
CUSTOM       STI o  icjfupHv
Typewriting;   C0|       _0rk
AND
lett
etc.
lumbla street.
'   "��ce, Coil
he 62.
THEATRES,
CRYSTAL   THEATRE, 70" r-nrm_
bla     street. ,    ~ ^La-
pictures; must     f2_. Tms
ous attract!  _ 2',iB.
Monday, W.-1 ' ��*$"
THE  EDISON  TB    >T!i_,   nmt-t_
Columbia   and r.-A    "*
moving  picture        ....,,..'; _
Program  chang   : -       .  ^etaST
day and Friday
NURSERY.
I.
LOST.
LOST���NEAR MIDDLE GATE OF
Queen _ Park, lady's gold open-faced
watch, stem wind. Return to F.
P. Maxwell. 702 Fourth avenue.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
sot with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One  pearl     missing. Please  re
turn to Daily News offlce.
LOST���LADY'S    GOLD    RING.  10k.,
with emerald set in hack. Finder
please return to this office and receive  reward.
WHITE,  SHILES  _   CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm and suourban property,
260 Oolumbla street.
HALE BROS. & CO.. LTD.. REAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street. P. O. drawer 10U.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,   phoae  334.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin i.  phone  308.    P.  O.  Box 874.
Real estate and insurance.      Money
to   loan.   744   ColumMa  street.
THE     PEARSON     ELECTRIC     CO..
dealers    in    electrical    machinery, THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
fixtures and supplies, bouse wiring, j    Ltd.,   Burnaby  Lake���For
armature  wiring,    motor repairing,
Bank  of  Commerce  building.
Ltd.,   Burnaby  Lake���For    healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
ARCHITECT o.
HOUSE TO  RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOI St.,
with bath. $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
etc.
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
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 17_. night call 81.
GROCERY.
PAPER HANGING _ DECORATING.
1. HUDSON. WALL PAPER. ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps. ,md Sauitas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
banging and decorating. Sixth
street.  New  Westminster
PIANO  TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac. city. A line
wlll  bring him.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone    55,    P.  O.    Box  142-      Old
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth  street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets. 21 meals for J4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram office.
TAILORS.
GALVIN.  LADIES    .ND MEN'S T_l
lorlng.      A _����� 0f f^]
ing jus; lu. B iti :. making, pr-s_|
ing and repairint'. Room 9, Smu?
block.    Entrance   v _,j
and 2fi4 Clarks. : ���    ,_, r;
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWOKWNd
Co.,  bank, office an. t::ngs|
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or mllK.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT
Room 14. Dominion   Trust block^B
"IFOR   THE   BEST    VALUE    IN   GRO-
EDWIN  G.  W.  SA1T.  ARCHITECT- \    -cries, phone 386.      The Pure Food
Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338. Supply Growry, P. o. Box 811.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S        PICTURE        POST
cards   are  on   sa.e    at   M.   Morey's
Stationery Store. J. G. Ganion s 'cigar divan. F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair,'' Columbia street
cabinet
stair,    s
.' -..
and
de
all work.
....   -
��� d atl
mat
es
furnishe I
..
prie
tor.
Work-
1    ;    -
.   itl
and
car
llne.     P
i -'
1   :    !
473.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE   BUY   AND
and   all   ktuds
hand goods,
offlce.
SELL FURNITURE
of new and second
A Speck, near Tram
NOTICE.
Impounded on  August 21�� 'J
ed  Jersey    cow.      Dnles 1
y Si ptember 2. wlll be   ���  I .--i
expenses at 10 a m
THE HUB
Clothiers and Tailors
Our  Saturday and  Monday   sale  was   so  successful   that   in   order
'o   introduce   our  ready-to-wear  clothing  we   are   going   t0   extend   the
^^^ ___��� ___���
to ge
values.
We hav; just received a choice selection of fancy worsteds direct
from  the  mills  In   England, which   run   from   $3000  to   $40.00.
���v    iiuiiwiH    uui     r^auj-.v-nva,     uwuimy    w _    die    yu.iiy    lo    cauiiq    .lie
sale two more  days.    Rememner   this   is   positively   your   last   chance
'-  get  a  suit  at $10 and  $12. They   are     regular     $13.50     to     $'8.00
Merchant Tailors & Clothiers
H. ROBERTSON. Manager.
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal    Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER,
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladi.s fr. m $12.lb
up.
Silver Watches, eents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, .-nts' open case,
$7.50  up.
Agent for Wai ham and Elgin
Wati hes.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Tun   doors   trom    Geo.  Adams,   Crocir
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
jouver 11 p.m.. going direct to Seat-
le   daily  except   Wednesday
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver t
.m., daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves \ au
.ouver. 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
AIRSHIP STATION
IN THE ROCKIES
Calgary   Man   Makes   Application   For
the   Lease of Top  o' a   Lofty
Peak.
Calgary. Alta.. Aug. 31.���Calgary
bas the distinction of be.ng the home
of the f'.r-t airship station company
in Canada. Clifford T Jones of this
city ha. made application to Commissioner Douglas at Ban_ for a lease of
BM feet of the top of Cascai_ mountain. Tbe ultimate object is to have
a station for airships on the premises.
Mr. Jones and various clients ar.- at
presiE; negotiating the formation of
a company and tbey consider the top
of Cascade mountain to be an ideal
si-.e for the purpose.
in addition to the ultimate object,
the peak could be made very usfui
for mountain climbing, etc. Of course
a staticc will also be built la Banff
ji roper, and tourists and others who
wish couid make tbe trip to tbe Peak,
which has an elevation of 10,000 feet.
Tlie view from the top Is said to be
most magnificent, snowing numerous
lakes, valleys and streams of the
Rockies, and on clear days Mr. Janes
says even Calgary can be seen in tbe
d.stance.
niversary bnt this festivity is of
course made impossible by the tragedy.
Joseph Alfred Robillard. aged nine
years, son of Mr. Charles Robillard,
was drowr.ed on Saturday morning
while boating with two elder brotb-
ers a; Lanorale. the boom of the toat
knocking the boy into  the  water.
Maurice Robillard. his eighteen-
year-old brother, nearly lost his Ufe
in attempthig to save him.
The body wa-> recovered shortly ar-
terwards.
The condition of the old  bridge  is
'not   considered     safe    for    vehicular
traffic,  and   the  public  generally  are
cautioned  against    hauling   loads  of
.any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do so after
tlis notice must t_k�� all the riskB 0d
themselves
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Cirr Hall. New Westminster, July
23rd,  1909.
S.S.  Trader  will   leave  Victoria tor
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves  New  Westminster  on   \N ed
nesday.
AUSTRALIA VISITED
BY HEAVY STORMS
BEREAVEMENT   INTERFERS
WITH SILVER ANNIVERSARY
Montreal, Aug- 31.���Bereaved ln
the most shocking manner, just as he
was within a week of being feted for
the twenty-fifth year of a distinguished career lu journalism, Mr. Charles
Robillard, editor-in-chief of La Patrle,
has the sympathy of an Immense num
ber of friends In Montreal and lhe pro
vlnce generally. Many of thOSg friend ���,
were to have met OH Thursday next
ki a banquet to the honored newspaper man in celebration of 11�� an-
Bridges   Have   Been   Swept  Away and
Great  Damage  Done  to  Farm
Lands.
Melbourne, Aug. -T.���Enormous
damage has been done throughout
[Victoria by the continued storms and
the swollen rivers. Many bridges
bave been swept away and a serious
accident occurred on the railroad
bridge at Clufxes. which crosses a
narrow gorge. As a passenger train
was crossing lt, the bridge collapsed
and the wOght of the falling cars
dragged down In the flood, and with
them the locomtive. which had crossed safely. All the passengers Were
rescued,  but   many  were injured.
At Newbridge, tweuty miles northwest of hen-, the Uiddeu river ls 8
miles wide. The Golborn river is rising still nnd threatens several towns.
Most of the telegraph wires are down
railroad traffics Is seriously interrupted, business has been suspended
in many townships. Crop over gr at
areas have been submerged orchards
and gardens devastated, The Ov. rs,
whloh sre subsiding Blowly are
washing down furniture, haystacks,
dead animals and trees, Th< rains
are abating.
We want
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14tb
each month for Quatsino and way
ports; twentieth of each month Ior
Ahcuset, yuatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO BOUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
am.
Unimproved Acreage in
Burnaby for Clients   |
WALKER BROS.
P.  O.  Box 983.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
ALASKA ROUTE.
P.-incvSs Royal, Leaves Vancouver
line 2. and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une IS and July 2.
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN ���
THE        DAILY NEWS
"The Milwaukee"
-Th.    Pioneer   Limited,"     St
Chicago,  "Short   Line,"   Omaha
Chicago,     ' Soutn     West     Limited"
Kansas  City  to Chicago.
No   trains   in   tne   service   on     any
railroad   in   the   world  '-hat   equal   In
equipment   that   of   the   Chicago,  Mil- th
waukee   <fc.   St.   Paul   Railway
Entry must be mad,   ,
the   local   land   ollice   Io;
In  which the land is situs ���     --'
by ptoxy may,  bow erei
certain    conditions    bj
mother, sou. daughti ���  .ier.;Bl
ter of au Intending homi -
The homestead ir ls requl   I te]
'form tlie conditions  conni
Paul   to with   under    one    o;    tbe   loi.otu
to plans: ^^^^^
Hi    At least six mi |
upon  and  cultii ition (
each  year fur thru
(2)  If the father I
father is decaaed), ol i "   :";
resides upon a farm li ���   ""
land entered for, I
They as   to   residence  may  be satisEe:
-wa   and  operate   their  own  sleeping Buch  ',.,'*��"   resi,liu�� NN':
--j ji  i ,.   _ , or mother.
and dining oars on all their trams and,    (3) It lhe selth.r h;is hU permM ��
give   their  patrons  an  excellence    of residence  upon   tanning
service  not  obtainable  elsewhere. I by  him  in  the  vicinit)  of his M3*
H. S. ROWE. General Agent
134 Third St.. cor. Alder  Po-'land. Or
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with
In tbe railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is tbe sole bead of a family
or any male over lil years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres,  more or less.
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.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the j
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward, j
nnd interest allowed at 3 per cent, per j
Utfltim  (present rate).
TrUii'   A.set?  over $188,000,000.00.
rIEU    WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,     j
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
For   reservations    and    information
call  or address
ED.  GOULET.
Agent. New Westminster
C.   B.  FOSTER,
Asst.  Gen.  Paes   Agent. Vancouver.
J. W.  TROUP,
General Sui^nntend^nt   Victoria.
stead, tbe requirements a  to resld aj
may  be  satisfied   by  residence ""
the said land. _I
Six months' notice In wrldng s I
be given to the commlssionei -.1
minion lands at Ottawa of i-:": -|
to apply for patent. ...
Coal.���Coal mining rights ma. 'I
leased   for    a   period of    'wf'|."^.l
2560 i;*|
shall  be leased  to one ladindoal
A royalty *������ the �����*   I
hall be co!l��t��|
on the merchantable coil m'"*?
w. w com-     .
Deputy of the Minister Of the ��u I
N.B.���Unauthorized    ;.ub.tca-.<-- i
this  advertisement  wlll    no M '
for.
Not   more   than
company
flve  cents  per  ton
I Gasoline Tanks and       j
Fishermen's Supp.iesj|
Ij JAMES & McCLUGHAN
j;Trust Block, Front St., New WestminsU* j
***********
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for    CONRAD,    CARCRUSS,    ATL1N,
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Dally train? I except Senday) !
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight  connect   with   stages   at   Car
cross  and  White  Horse,  maintaining
a thorough winter iervice.
For information  apply to
J. H. ROGERS. T-iffic Manager.
S. S. TRANSFER
The steamer Transfer will leaie
Brackman-Ker wharf every week day
afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m.
for Ladner, Steveeton 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 rates ap
ply to
ROBERT JARDINE,
Manager.
0���� Canadian Pa*
Railway Co.
LABOR  DAY  EXCURSION
-Fare and a third rour
R_
TES
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ion   sale   September  3. n , ..
good  for return to Sep.����������� ��� _..,.-<
i     Double       transcen-.-'.- ���   ; ,  __
I daily, with  Pullman  tourist *->
ling cars-
Atlantic  Express  ��w
m. 	
Eastern   Exptvss   '""a" ,:io.
St.  Paul train !<**_**._
Cheap excursion
,.  ���'
leave?  3t
���ve? ��' ��� ,
Septet:-.   '
Cheap excursion   - .     .    .,,
For full part-o'lars. a,, y.. ,-���
C. B. FOSTER.      _,E- l'c p ft Y
P, a.. Vancouver ___.
bcpTEMBEB
sESi'*
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Arrv    '���       -.  victrtiflvl .'<������..-������ -���      -   .,-
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like Royal Bank of Canada ���
;   , -       ted 1*69)
Icptai Pa^ "P
K��rv�� F��nd
Hill Assets
In and o
It"-
...$ 4.700.000
5.400.000
 55.000,000
.-.vn accounts soh-
S��VINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT
..... ��� ��� Ex hang, and
.... | . .,. a bought and Bold
Y'      fleeted.
, . ������   ��� r,   li   ('.   Itranch,
F   SHUTE,   Manager.
... .<���-....   Lai
.   ft. W   -   " ' -:.   ���   1   ���:
, *.."   a ����� .j.:, j..-.. u.   prepaid,    ���   .- b.
Kr��n_-_ y:.'-_. t'2:- (' 8L_ Wu.:-.   .. -.  li. ._
Grand Trunk Ry,
Excellent Train Service Betwee
Chira?o, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK an.-,
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Palis.
For Tim�� Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W. VA.X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger nnd Ticket
Agent, 13.r> Adams St.. Chicago. III.
Sent^On Approval A
To Responsible Pboplb  '*��� a
Laughlin %
FOUNTAIN PEN
DECAPITATION.
""    "(    Boaaattoa    Kttrr    Ik.
H. ����i    |,   Sri rri-..
slclani   ��� , re talking
isn't ��
' - . .  Usenet on, : at
::-'' .   I    However, li
'    ' , '     ��� ���      ���!
T^O rter
.   don'I   i.. ��� ���
.    ;. hereafter ot
l- - nl (   tv.,   v erj
.    take chances on it if
:     ��� I lire bi fire It thr
k .l.t to live    lv.-.
��� ' ._ a      : .: thai _
���    - v. i ..:
,; ������: ii-        ���        1      ty I shall have o!
f thi   people who hare
ids ent ofl if u.erc was anj
i- ������ ' r n u-v. mlnutee sac ������
. tati -..    1 i., Heve now ih:,t ti. ,.
Is. and that life remains long enough
for  tbe  docs] Itated  person to ronli*o
that be hu lost bis bend, or. rather
that be I.n* lost his body, because the
bead le th'e center of thought, and. oi
coarse, II Is the body that is hwi. nol
the bead      At  least  thnt Vs  (be  ��:;   .
man wld h i ; ead ,.(T would be I  ...
to think of H    i fancy thoro ts no paiu
be.-H_*<. ti.nt would require soma I
eii.l U life ��� \ -���- .a all after decaplta
tlon tt would not be long enough t.
reslin- the s< isatlon of pain,   lt musl
1k> a very queer sort of feeling, and. _��
I say, I hope there is n life hereaftci
so 1 may have .������ chance to find out t
few facts no. otherwise obtainable."-
St. I-onli Globe Democrat
I
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,���.  Tolfl   nf ��  Voana
- n   Wr��rv��..
: t It trnv-
.. :,:
' .   marcel   in
orsican ���who
..���-I     ' ]Mir-
erslty,
I   ioung
s ��� ^.ordinary
��� p studenl to
rated  the
'.,!   re
'��� . nn's
���    t fto.1
il as
CRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
.    AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.-
I ting ol  this  louge
....    ���    ows   hall, Colum
, .       Monday   evening
Y     ock    Jas, b'erguson, nonie
;-.:.:   w. C Coatham. rev secy.
|i        v,    FRASER LODGE NO. 3
._ Brsta nd third Tin-.-
lay in each month.   Visiting bretn
ten Invited    to    attend
ii   y. w. ball, odd
vi streei.
RED GEM W_f~
&/>e InH Pencil
Your Choice of
Thus
Two
Popular
Article.
lor only
s. i....
Poii
paid
to any
,1'id'ess
|t M II !���:. NO.  1099, I.O.F
-M ets thi ' Fi Iday   In   tb. !
clock,  iu  tiie  small I
block.
[!.. iRDKR  OF   I-.ai.io-...
o every Tuesdaj
m   in    the Kaglea
street.    J, X. Altcb
i  Schofleld Becre-
tor,
I '��� .I'll     NKW   Y\ KSI
t Tra le meets In to
Hal . :i- follows
ol    each    montl
o .   the    tnii'c
r  .:: j,  May,  AllgllSI
t e p.m      Annua
���   lv i  Thursday  o
membi rs   ma.   bi
'   -v ted si any month
v.-.ung.'    C.   H
������' " " itary,
WNS       -        onl BENEFIT AS
o   the   Isles   Camp
flrsl    and  third
month In K. of v
riand.
lluilrallun, are Exact Siia
Bvery i�� .i Kusrsntei 'l
full 14 Kt s, lid Cold���cut
uu right tian.I may t..- h_<l
in ..llirr our Man,Unl
black opaque l��ailrin. or
Noil breakable Tranapat-
rut. a* dealrcd, eilhrr inj
jilain or enwrave. Iiniili.
at prflerreir
Y~i mar trv tl,li f.n . w~4 .
UrDadoaeiflttd it ��� mmnM,
. battel  art. ,. i),.d >.���, eaa h
nf,    1   r   TH.RI   T.HtB  IH,.   ��,���' l.t
rajca m  _, <;i... v ...  if ���������,|
��� nt.r.lj  itUafaetory itt m.
��� I .. i ratara it and wa will ,.n.l |
l_ ll.iufur it.
Cpt cr iift ll our fani   . mil ]
Pn,..ilar   H m   |,,h   l'A,., ||     , |
c.._| 1-ta l.aa i ,.. f l,i���ni| I. n .
1^ ran,., I,. ai.jf |,,_.l. .. .
,,.. k.t ,.i ,!,.., r.,., b., write! all
any at.,ia at _ral t . h. II,li
T'lm llnrlael f^-t, IrMlnm
I ��� I i :..h.l������leaol��e r��M��l
-a.. U:ra c.tta Pnitli. hrla.l
�����arr��_r��    1...   , ��� '" Ar-'1"
wanted     Wriu f.-r t*-mi.    Wnla
nn. ������ laat j ..i f.,r(.t       til lr-.f
|"* Laughlin Mfq. Co.*
Majsstta bid. .
Detroit. wi,
.     ,      LUOGh
vl lie: ows'    ball
.  Friday even
Visiting brethren
li   ij
P G   record
XNAAlAYAry?
���
- ICIETIE8
ie, n i. 9, A.
ll
I A. M      '.nl.
N'o   1593; Court
���   11
N i    S80;
- -    \.i   tt
BLINDED   BATS.
fhrj-   Proved   Th.ma.lTea  indrprne-
nil   tif   I Ii r   arnaa   of       - li h I.
lints nre remarkably Independent ot
(he sense of sight A naturalist de
scribe, (tome experiments demonstrating this fnrt. Covering the eyes of n
bai with wax, he released the creature
Ins room. It lirst <ifnii made Us way
to the door, but Instead of striking
this hovered n few inches off. slowly
making lis waj along the top edge and
down ibe siii... apparently guided by
tbe Incoming drift of ��ir Next a
thorough exploration of the room wns
made, nnd throughout tbe examination
It never onee Htrurk either chairs or
table and swerved aside when n sllek
wns plnci-d in Its path. As B resull ,
cf this experiment naturalists believe
thai bats have an scute perception of
atmospheric currents nnd vibrations
resident tn the nerve, of ii��> wing
membrane".
This matter wns thoroughly linestl
gated so long ii^-o ns 1703, "ben, by the
cruel experiment of blinding Iho mil
mills, It wns shown tbnt Ihey could
cross n room n.ri^.s which silken
tlu-ciidH were stretched in such ii way
us to leave Just sufficient space for
tbem to par* between witb outstretched wiurs. Tbey not only succeeded In
papwirig the threads without touebiue
tbem, but tbey avoided with equal ease
tbo wuils and celling. Even when Um
threads wore placed still uenn>r togeth
er ibey managed, by contracting the
wines, to pass without roninr. Branch
es of trees were similarly avoided, und
when tirmi tbey suspended themselves
on the waIN of the room na easily ��s If
tbey enjoyed the use of airht.
From this  It wiih Infen-'d Hint these
creatures possess a marvelooaly d .1
cate sense of touch In tho Wing mem
branes. But it is aia�� regarded as
probable that this Is Increased by tbs
expansion of tbo akin of the external
ear and by tho development of folds
of skin on tho nose nnd nmr./.le In
some bats, Indeed, a porfo<-t rosette
of such skin Is developed in the Inllor
region, HS In tbo "|i����f nosed" bnts.
and tt Is supposed that tt>o addition!!'
lot _ of tbo our, known as Uk> "trngus,"
performs a similar fuastlsai���Ohlcage
"a.   wa.
CANADIAN
You wl.l find it to you- advantagi
u arrange your booking at this ofllce.
whether you Intend to travel or sand-
ng  for your friends.
Sailing  From Quebec.
Empress of Iraland         August 27
Empress of Britain  ..   ,   S<!pt?mber 10
ior other dates and particulars no-
plj   to
E. GOULET.
C. P.  It.  Agent.
A Dramatic Child.
iVhon rsy son wns two or throe rpftr*
old be was seated In bla high chair nt
the tnbln sting corn batter takes nnd
molnsses, of whlrh be wss fond. Aft
or eating *s many cakes ns were good
for hltn nm wns told lie could havn no
more. IS��avlng n grent sigh, bo look
the plats i'n both hands nnd licked all
the molnsses o(T Then, looking stend
lly nt the plate ns be held it op U-fore
him. ho snld seriously, 'I ain't got no
more use for yoa," nnd threw It back
over bis bond to tho floor, where II
broke to .ie.-.-..  Chicago Tribune.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Wan-racroi-,, and 0*a<_re|in AB ..nn" ot
���^'^���r.   Lath,   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sa��h,   Door*,
tnterior Finish,    Turned Work,^Etc]
Hsh and Fruit Boxe��.
L^r?e Stock Plain and Fancy^laM.^ SS
F \RMERS ATTENTION!
**�� Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Russian Jurymen.
ThofLOSt Incredible stories have tieen
told of Russian Juryrnon. Thus the
foreman of a Jury dsclarad ho wonki
not wnil s rxior fellow to prison fie-
.ause It hspponod to tr. his (the Juryman's) birthday. Another Jury had
igreed upon a verdict of ruilty when
tho church bells bogan to ring. Tbey
revised t_K��_�� verdict boranso �� hoi I
day had begun. A burglar ws.s allowed
to go free booauae tho man whom hs
had rohbed bad refused to load btm
tr.one-y. This hi tho opinion of the Jury
wss �� direct lacratlve to rrimo
Pa,-. |  P ,      I> i       _--    _ a .      n    f. l\9hnt  reduces _��__.    Keep tryini
^��-aJ c,ty Branch, Columbia St." j tz^VSWSTZ
W^_J_^p,tonft 12-                                     N_w'Weatminater I  suita.   Above tU, do��'t allow JSH*
^*3fc  _ mlttrjtetissw.
Waon��<t
Minister*��. Wife 'to her hnsbsndi -
Will you help rae do put the drawing
room carpet down today, dear? The
room ts beautifully clean. Mincer
<v__..flonsIyV-Ah. well, I suppose '
wfll have __ Wife���And don't forget
John. dear, wtifla you aro doing it that
you are i ___�����- of the gospel.���1*+
don Tlt--it_
tf wn w_h tn tnAnen fl��h jtn
must diet and eTarmse. Keep trying. Don't grm v\ ance. To diet
does not mean to starre. Study
what makes dash aad avoid it. Study
whut reduces fl_ah. Keep tryir"
tltesR t-Jiings. A faithful course
vour own will insure splendid _���
suits. Above aU, doa't alfew ""*~
tnd \, tat
���..
(
t<
i.
���
-   '       ' v    10
hlm but
t- ���   v ��� m
'' ��� ���  !
I ' ��� .���.
I ,
Vei there
"               ' it i  ������-
tn   ������        v ...,
withoul any i , ., .,,
w ithoul anj
'^',', -1 ill  Ibe  time
with bis i ���   .      : !.,_
' I   ' |
of  it ords 1 id . |
up cheerfully and n ������. hole of
tlie   !-,:..:,, | .       np   of ll
without to show
hom carefnllj his . |, fu| _ , <
bad reia led n. j .��� 0rd he vt eni
ii ���   i:    w ��� , n that
taak was I h��] lie took < m h alti r
Date word rst, I I fifth, i b and
repeated tlici    until tbe i ny was
thoroughlj convl I thai thi j were In
the preseiid of the mos) wonderful
prodlgj of meutorj thai the world bad
ov.r produced
THE JAPANESE.
H��  l��  Child,   Fanatic   snd   EmettMM.
Savage  All  In  Ons.
11�� is n bundle of contradlctlv.* ana,
BieadVod i>y Amorienn standards, lm Is
t bedlamite, sirnii-iii from topsy turvy
bind Up mny be t, Chesterfield and
*  cheerful   llnr  one  iiiinule  nnd  n   red
liuiinu tho next n sycophant nn. a
welsher loony nmi n Napoleon tomoi*
row.
Wo Wiv.1eri.oni Ihit�� been tniielit In
eejrapl tbo little Jap as an niniwlni
and prootM-i.-uu child given to obStTUCl
t>n aitiowniu traffic with his polite eon
tint* lu kowtowing, to suspending from
tho branches of the cherry tree ids
Jainty poems addressed to bis friend,
and 1t> dawdling for bourn over (be ,-er-
rtnonlal Uie. Hiid when wo see hlm wider (be lont flap, bowing nnd laughing
sad plnyinn checltars, ho teems ��� vol
ret paWSd kitten 111 lilinkl And yet
(-nu nnd I have s4��-> bim In battle a
ramping, raging tiger, trrpody of Nine
bayonets ani' wfterwnnl drntiglna bliil-
trolf to tbo ti<-bl bospllal, shot to rugs,
snwhlmparliig, n mars bull bids wrap
.���<-l i.i.Miiul a will.
We nover know s character nntll w.
ba%-�� ����eu It put to the lent under
��tre��is  least of nil ibe combination ol
���libit,��   uud   Jm.iei  known   ns   Hie Jnp-
anoso s��i ttndledi tiie embattled brown
boy striken me ss o Btranga compound
of Lltllo Ixird FBimtleroy. Fitter tbo
Hermit ��n��l ��lttlri*. Hull child, fnu.Uc
and BuiotUinbss 8SVaga> nil In outir���
*.ifvtmtan'e llagazlne
A   V��wr   nnsr   Nan,
A acbool Inspector wont to Invasti-
gnto the ea��o of a man who. although
he eould well nfTord to keep his Chli
(Iron at school, bnd obtained labor
certlflcatS- for them nil ami wns ink
inc frequent holidays while the poor
little follows worked to keep tbo horn*
c.
To bta wife's p!��n tbnt the yning
slora'  wagaa   wore nseful   when   "fey-
thor" wa�� wit of work the Inspector
replied:
"A mere quibble, ma'am, Tour htis-
hrnnl baa ronatant work, but Is toe
buy to do It Ills wnployar told ml
so."
"Then It's a Wloksd story, nnd I'm
not partlc_lnr who honra rno any It!"
erlwl tho womnn Indlgnnnfly "Mj
bnsbSD' Is tho busiest men In Kn.laiul
bar none Why. no wns up nt day
break this mornln' tonehln' my yo.r>
gest Ind to swim, nn' he's walked te.
mllon nr-ross plowed fields to fly a pi
C��on no' won n bounce ball contest an'
a boTln' match slnre dinaer. an' now.
to wind t_in<(�� up." sho a rifle, as S
final prixif of hor b-alinnd's srnaTiIng
Industry, "he's nnwn in tbo wood yonder traloKi' his dog to rnb-h an' kl_
rabbits without lonvln' the rrmrka of
his tooth on 'om. If you want mor��
work than that crowded Into n day
I'm nviat bo n rpgqlar Bigger drlvar."-
LoDdon Tit -Kits.
BAKlKBr
No AIiim-l.f. t^osphates
Ite  nn  )-r>.nr  on��rtt,    At.im  fi-tt
alpra. mat   bp U"...vn {.j   fheli
|��r1r<=      1(1  ,������   ��... ��   u...
or tixie   pen*  nn
^Z
hist in WOODS (HINA EXPORTS
FOB TWELVE DATS
When   Found  Girl   Wns   Oazed   From
Starvation   min   E'.r.-^'i"1    Will
ProbabU    Ite, evei
Klng.ti ��l.       Aug,     :!i'      Mis       I Isli
\\ o..,i, nek whose mj Btei ou ���|l :-i
pearance teb dn\s ��_'> heai hei borne
ni io avei Creek, aroused the " hole
counti s side to the t-,';" - h, hae al !ns;
been found In B lamentable condition
(in Saturdaj her brother found her
wandering In the woods noi far rmm
her home, nearlj naked, famished and
mentally deranged.
Blnci Thursdaj nieb'. Aug. 12. . ii*3
lms in.ii wandering In the woods like
:i wild creature, o:iiinE only berrlea
and such fruits nmi roots us On could
pli I. up The search for he* w;is kpl"
up unceasingly, nnd It Ir believed thai
ie. hei demented condition ��be _vaded
thi Bearchers with Insane cunning,
else uli. would bav been located lone
in. e Bu plciona of foul piny, tip
parentis wellfounded bave been dis-
11 - iiii.i \ v. poi t from bei home,
state thai she Is doing ae well as
i an bi  ��� .pei '.i   iin  ��iii be removed
Bl   "i" ���     i"    H." kvt i     \<. Inni    fm
11 pal iv ut
MMI 10 ENGLAND
Sends Five Thousand Ffoaaeti
Piga and Much Beef and
Poultry,
Tbs nntrltive vnlue of sn ogg Is test
and a half times Its weight of ofrw*l
milk
Tb" air which fllla n pnoiimstlc tire
Is constantly trsvellng In the dlroctlos
hi which the wheel ts traveling
Amsrtcsn tourists sre complaining
that tbs atars snd stripes are not auffl-
elsntly displayed by consols, ministers
and ambaassdors lo Europe.
Rome faoailaJana negroes are to be
foci thrles dally on molasses In order
that "^poison squsd" scientist* msy test
Its effeot on the burnsn system.
A souvenir Issued by a western cork
ma nn factoring concern consists of a
picture of ths company's plant printed
en a sheet ot cork one flve-hnndredtb
of an Inch in thickness.
A glass tower resting on the bottom
Of the ocean thirty feet below the surface and extending up into the open
���ir to to be built at Long Beach, Oal.
The shaft wlll be constructed almost
entirely of heavy plate glaaa with s
glass room twelve feet square at tha
bottom reached by an elevator. This
will give visitors an opportunity to ol��
nnrrn the wonderful sea garden*
Lord Strathcona
Arrives Tomorrow
(Continued  trom  Page Oni i
hospital, and be will be driven out
in,.. pi ��� v.:1111-. on Fi da. moi ning
whl< ii will Ibe i"fl Be free :|-' possible
in ....!. , ii. ii ���! arlvi no| be hnder
lpj��l.i
Sketch   of  Career.
Lord Strathcona, binb commission
,, ivi i lanada In I ng i v' . ,.v thai
he has held Btm <��� ion: _tanda oul as
_ masti i brain and a~ tt ~',," sman
amciag Btatesim" Htls careei Is a
i. cord of brllllanl  -:""' - ^^
His work i ommeni ed In ' '���;' ''""
Queen Victoria had been "it the
thi ... of i ngland foi l<--= than a
yeai IL. was plain Donald A|- n^11
der Smith, 18 years of age, and en
-. ri d the "���' ���''" ��� ,,f the lln Isone Bs i
company, thi duj b thlrt) fears 6*rv
Ice with which iv rose to the f""
front  in the rank ol C inadli i ts
Don 'i'i    Sn ll  li    Was    born    In    Kent
land, his father being Alexander
Smith, of Aviv ston He nl -: tli I
\ii._ Isabella Sophia Hardlst7,daughter "f Chief l' i' toi lib hard ftardlsty,
'.f Edmcoton, As a trader for the
gi i- pioneer company of gentlemen
adventurers trading into Hudson bajj
Donald Smith worked ever upward
with thai great energy which hag al
ways obarac - rized bins until ... bi
came resident governor of the ''"<"
pany. Ihe last to bold that position
He  wns   appointed   special   commls
sir.ner in  the Kiel  rebellion in the tied
river settlement, earning thP thanks
of (tie governor-general in cOaftoi] for
hie   services  In   tnat   connection.    In
187 > i.<    <( Hn,-. a m*mber of the fir-?'
,-i cuttvi   ���'' iik ;i  of    '���������   Sfo-thwest
iries   "' i -i  year  'ite.  was r"
turner] fr, ��,., hiii.niion bOUSfl HS M
P   for Selkirk.
I_jd Strathoona was ths greatest ol
th.- workers whos. enterprise .
the construetkin "f lb ��� ( I' R ta
whlrh Company he became a director.
As a financier be ba-: ina.lp Un S
world famous and his wealth IS - "'<
ously   estimated   up   lo   $80,W>0,000
In 1"06 he was created a Knight Of
St. Michael and St. George, and ten
years later he receive;] a Kin. hr
flrand Cross In the 5arne order. In
1X97 ho was raised to tbe peerage as
I/ird Strathcona and Mount Royal
Jointly with Lod Mount Stephen he
set apart rmP million dollars to erect
a fro* hospital Iti Montreal to commemorate the jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1SS7, and later they endowed
It with $800,000. Ills munificence to
hospitals a. well as to educational Institutions  ls  universally  known.
Loud a     Vug    31      I hi    " ei estlng
expi '" i  ol   bi nding    nearlj    B -��� I)
'"'���' assi    ol   plga   10 8 i. haul
i. al mlb i In th, reti gei uln i Cham
; ���' e oi a r \ ' ��� linei trom Bhang
ba) to the ' hami - >- hi,,. keeni ���
u atched ; Bngll - i and li Ish pig
i ,. eders,  butchers and  0 iterei
Included In the consigum nl ai ���
numerbug cases ol ' Ihlni -���. beei i eni
sod) efeSe ;,,l,i some IE 000 '" id of
i... 111 iiik'-a pheasants, ducks, geese,
snip.- and poultry. Bhould the im
portatlon prove financial!) successful
othei consignment, will certainly
follow amd a new ami fruitful Bource
"i BUppl) "ill li,. open io the BngUsh
niaiketg.
Satisfactory  Examination.
The ahaij tical and microscopical ex
amine Ion  I talb of the earcassi b
and Hi,, general examination ol the
remainder, which was undertaken Oil
'.. hall "i the Pori of London medical
autboi Itles has nott been dompleti d
and 11sv. proved entli-ely Bai sir.-imi.
Nol a Blngle twrclm i ai cass, it is
Btafed, waa found to Bbon mi.i signs
of deterioration, .esterdaj the whole
nl in.. ,, i iBlgnment, �� Ith i|i��- i bnSenl
of Hi,, -,"ii noi iu. 3, bad bi en cleai i d
ni ih Royal Aibet' docks and plai ���'
in mo chambers of the Unlu i Ooli
Storage company. Pork, of course i;
ii..i In season duiin^ the i"' 'J>"
iii'iniii
T'les bred   " China av-   certainly
hygienloally ted,"    declared yesterdd
a  riiiiiesp gentleman,  Who hoidg m
official  poBltlon  in  London,       Whe
..""_ they ate given grasses grovi u
over water, and later they are ted n|1
wheat or i ariev, in nn, and cabbages
The piss are generally kepi  Iii Btyes
ii= i  bei eve Is the case In England
THREATENS   TO   ARREST
SPEEUllJli   AERONAUT
Auburn, N.Y., Aug. ill.���,lusticP of
ii.,. peaoe 1. B. Pearson of Own .��� ���.
tamoua as an automobile arrester, informed Louis ScliRPtleleiii-, who has
completed an keroplabe tlad tnk��!i It
to a Iowm on tli(. Shores Of ttwastc
Lake to begin esperiinents, that  he
_ave In in "fair warning' Um' unless
be kept bis airship flights (lowm under twenty mil - I in hour he would
arrest him under tbe automobile laws.
Soh_e_e_1ne says that, he will teslsl
arrest if his aeroplane eiCeedg Judge
Pearson's limit. He claims that me
justice has no j>n isdiOion up |n the
air. Schaedebine returned trom
Washington l��_ Week, where he <'"'1-
ferred with wn.
 ,	
MORE   FLAG   TROUBLE
IN   NEW  YORK  STATE
Paul    Smith.    NY..    Aim.   31  - Mlsa
(    ,   ;.;- ��ie   f'a|i|,  |     ,      | ,   r.   itOHS    lo    IliaK.-
an lm is Ion ii :ii-!in-;..���tn.,. b >< ause
srime on., has removed Uie Canadian
ensign from in f ���' ac ihi Navy, My
Scotch Blue Bell and some other boats
she  owm-;
She has offered a reward of $50 for
the detection of the pTepetraiors of
the outrage, and at the samP time la
in romrnunlcatkin with Embassador
Bryce regarding Uie matter.
Mi-s Cameron resides part o| her
time in New York. She has business
interests In flttiada and has he.n flying the Canadian flag on her yacat,
unaccompanied by the Stars and
Stripes and on several occaskns her
flags have boon removed or torn down.
Sept.
Girl.
Sept,
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
"Lo."
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Opera Houae Bookings.
18.���The Time, Place and the
20���Commencement Days.
6.���In Wyoming.
7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
Ill���Scottish Concert.
20.���O.    Henry's    New  Opera
28���The CUmax.
1 and 2.���Tha Shepherd King.
4.���Parisian Model.
19.���Human  Hearts.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re part 12 acres of Lot 17, Group 1,
New   Westminster  District.
Whereas proof of the los3 Of certificate of title number 23.6F, issued
In the name of John Bernard Johnson, has been filed in this offlce.
Notice Is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof In a daily newspaper published In
the city of New Westminster, Isaue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
ln the meantime valid objecticu ba
made t0 mp in writing.
C. S. Keith,
District Registrar of Titles.
ijecarl Registry    Offlce,    New  Westminster, B- C, August 30, 1909.
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THE   DAILY   i2WS.
The Daily News TU (.AM.. POWER
Published by The Daily News ?ubli=:i-
lng Company, Limiti d, at tbt ir offlc* s
The Dally News Block, corner of Mc- 	
Kenzi,-  and Trew streets.
.- ~~. . ~���~_~���~   Wires   Will   Cross   the   Riv^r   at   Suffi
E.  A.  Poiqe Managing   D'-ector
# ^^^.^  cient   Height  to   AliOw   Passage
of  Tallest   Masts.
WEDNESDAY.  SEPTE
MEER
WEDNESDAY.   SEPTEMBER   1,   1909.
The first drill of th_ season for thv I
Boys' Brigade of the Royal  Templars !       ^_  ^^^^^^^^
FOR CHILLIWACK LINE S��Ts'Gtt!*&?l _. Letter Pads
IU11   OIIILLin/lUll   LI11L  thg  driu  hall,  Queen's avenue.      The
  brigade   w-ill   be   under   command   of ! TODA1
th,.  Bame  officers  as  at  the close  of _��____,
last   season,   and    all   boys   of     nine "j   ^^^^
years or over desirous of joining are I   dL
requested   io    attend  on   that  night. -.,...
Boys belonging to the 1 rigad. are ex-'
pected   to attend   in  order  that   they Regular 25c.
may lose none of the instruction from |
the start.     AU uniforms not already 	
turned   in   must     be    brought   to   the '
drill hall on tbat  night
'GET   THE    HABIT'
BURNABY    AFFAIRS.
A num: er of exceptionally high
poles Will bv required in the construction ot the Cloverdale section oi me
B- C. Electric Railway now being
built The high tension wires will
cross the Westminster bridge at a
height sufficient to permit the passing underneath of tht- highest  masts
It  is  a  healthy  sign  that  som.   of
the   surrounding    municipalities    are
.__    u_w-. t,v_-_   v^    me   ut.lif.si    ma. is,
pursuing a policy of activity and pro- l!le t0,, of t|,e stn.-l pole to which they
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gres
to
ment        	
rock crusher has be.n secured, and a.-  ,������ u,e  bridge the trestle for the car-
material   is    abundan;   line   is   in   the   neighborhood  oi'  s.-v
T.ever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free   a  cake   of   their   famous   Plan toi. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m
toilet   ^oap, if  you mentior.  this  paper. U\-e tiUy for cash and sell for the same
The  Fairj
646 Columbia Street.
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ess.    Burnaby for instance has set will  be  attached will  b.  no less than
work in earnest upon the impr.ve- 1��5 feet above the highest highwater
.    .      ,       ., . i i     . mark of the riwr.
ent of the roads in that district.   A Abou, t_,_ ^.^ fnjm ^ ^mh ^
^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^
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the nect ssary
almost throughout the entire area of
the municipality, no difficulty Is likel..
to be experienced in keeping this useful machine well fed. The Siding
und surfacing of the old Hastings road
is one of  the  chief  sections
enty feet abovf the ground level and
the wires are to be 65 feet a.ow the
track, to accomplish which resuit it
Is understood that two poles w.ll be
spliced to attain the necessary height.
The wires will carry four thousand
volts, the poles being 65 feet above
the   'rack  to   prevent any  danger  of
should a
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Som. of
these poles are now being set on the
far side of the river.
^^^^^^^^^^^    of    tbe 	
work now in hand, but other thorough. ^eir'To'ucliing ibe ground
fares that have become of incrcised bivak by any chance occur.
Importance, on account of th - rapid
settling up of the district during the
past few years, are receiving attention. From what we have Sren of tbe
betterment policy in progress In the
north eastern portion of th.. municipal,
ity we should say this road work is
bring done in a very thorough manner, lt is certainly unfortunate that
owing  to  the  perfunctory   manner  In
J
LAST  HONOR   PAID
HERO OF OHIO WRECK
Seattle. Aug. 31.���To do honor to
the hero of the Ohio disaster, a large
number of mourners, inclu.iin. several wbo were on board the ill-fated
vessel, filled the chapel at Butter-
worth's Undertaking Parlors this afternoon, when the funeral services of
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Northern   Crown   Bank
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
A   WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTERN  PEOPLE.
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL	
PAID UP CAPITAL      .
. . $6,000,000
. .$2,200,000
We Are Bound
to oui- custom.
ei��� with no
other bonds
than those of
satisfaction
.���_       ���       _     and good value
We make friends  while  malrirS
money.   If we didn't we would not
now be the largest and most nr-n
gressive^ in town
I LEE'S Furniture EmPonum
���    *^   J"^   *-*      *** Lts's  B'��ck, Columbia Street
I NEW WESTMINSTER,
Thrifty people who use our Savings Bank Department will find
it convenient and will receive every courtesy, wheth.r their account
be  large or small.    Savings  Depatments at every branch.
m
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Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New Westminster.
.
Easterbrook  Milli
Eturne.   D
FLOUR !
whlcn reads were constructed in ea.l- Gt��ye w. Eccles, the wireless opera
ier times, when the get-it-done-any- l0r of the ship, were held. Rev. A.
how policv appears to have prevailed Norman Ward officiated and referred
the work of road making has now, in   J1   fseling  tones   to   the   bravery   of
,    ��� ,      the act  which led to ..ie voung man _
many cases, to i'e all done over again.  (|,at!l
,   ..           ~Y     ���    ..a The  remains    will    he  shipped  to
Apropos   of   tlle  operations   in   tne wlnnlp?g  over   rhe   Canadian  Pacific
Burquitlam   district,   to   W'hich   reter- Railway tonight,  where  the body will
ence   b-as   been  made   i;   would  be  a he  taken off  the  train  and  a  public
great  good thin,  if the Burnaty and f����n.l  will  be given  by the citizens
" , Y ��� ,_ ,,  ��f tae c;t>'  where hccles  worked  for
Coquitlam  authorities  could  agree  to  ma_y yv..lr. ,_  ^ _m,)lo_ of thg Ca_
undertake the  much needed  improve- nadian   .Northern   Railway.   Interment
ment to the North Koad. a main line  will  take  place later in his  Ontario
of   communication   which   is    of    no
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home.
COQUITLAM  DAM.
slight importance at the present day.
For something like a mile of its lengt-i
at ihe southern end this roadway is
only wide enought for one wagon or
rig. and on either side is thickly overgrown   with   yellow     broom.      Apart     _ _    ...,...._  ...   ....
from  the   fact   thai   the   presence   of  ��"__^?t_*^i^   Vicj��.ria.   today
Final   Meeting   of   Executive   Council
Today.
There will be again a gathering of
legal and  engineering experts  at  the
this beautiful but harmful wild bush,
i'.s mass of golden color forms quite
a handsome sight in the spring I, ls
a nuisance to settlers and a serious
detriment to the cultivation of the
numerous holdings along this w,,s ll
is altogether out of place, ou a trunk
road at least, whilst it gives an air
of englect and untidiness to the dl
when the final meeting of the executive council will be held to deal with
the proposal of the Vancouver Power
Company to build a "..foot dam a;
Coquitlam kike,
Tiie position of the Westminster
city council is a somewhat peculiar
one. They have approved the plans
of the company so far as they affect
the city's intake, but decided to cp-
pose ihe offer of the company if objection is waived.      No delegate, how
School Text Books,
Scribblers, Pencils,
and all School Supplies
GO   TO
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
IMPERIAL ^^^^^
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL
TERMINAI	
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THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
trict, creating a bad Impression In the  ever, has been appointed to represent
of visitors. | the city today, and the action of the
mind
It
circumstance
I council     under    such   	
is   to   le   hoped   that   the   steps   may be misconstrued.
.  ,        ,      ,,      ._,���,.,,��� ...       It  was stated in certain circles ves-
now   being  take*  hy   the   ratepayers  terday ,]ku ^ (.ounci] ^        J^.
in  the  North  road  locality, to secure j fo.  a   public   meeting   to  discuss   the
the attention of the Railway Commls- proposal at an early date.
sioners   to   the   dangerous   condition |
Of   the   level   crossing  of  the    Great ;    ^^   ^l^XTof the visits
Northern line, wil] be successful. This that the Czarina paid while at Cowes
is   a   iniist   dang, roils  crossing    and ; was to the aged ex-Empress Eugenie,
many   accidents   have  occurred  here, j who  wa.   there  in   the  midst oi   the
The rail track l_ completely shut om   ^.AYA" AA Yi    tbe Yn:stll
. '      . ��� Knowing that    the    former Empress
from   ibe  view  of  those approaching   :, .;.,., .    ,v���uld  not   permit   h,.r    ,0
from the north by a high sand bluff,   attend the royal receptions on board
The engineers  of  approaching  trains  the Standart, the Czarina went to see
do not always   low thi ir whistles and  ,her' lh,ls i0"?^1"* ��e Precedent of
her grandmother. Qu*cn \ ictoria.
the electric gong, which is supposed who vislted Eugenle at chislehurst
to ring when a train is coming either at tbe time the news cam# tha; the
way, is aptly designated hy the I" ti- P.rl,nY  Inii.erlal   had  been    killed   in
PHONE
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your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the
most widely-read paper in Xew Westminster. Phone
A-22
For information as to contracts, consult the adver- -,
tising man.   A'phone call will bring him to your ���'
place of business. J
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WE   ARE    READY   TO   SHC*
you how i: is che_;- r i
high-class    building     materlUi
than It is to ; ure. ..-���
er    kind        We    r_:
buildings  buin   wltb     .:  mats
rials   that   never  need  repair!
We  can   point   to �� mi     tbi ������
th-it  need  repairs  all I me
But  they  were no:  I
materials.        See    where    real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Zululand.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
FIRST   STREET   SEWER   NOTICE.
tioners as "a snare and a delusion.'
Sometimes it does no: ring at all
when a train is on the line, whilst
at others the gong is going the whole
day kcig. As a warning again-- approaching trains k ls therefore quite
useless. In view of the recent import- j __^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H
ant steps taken by the Dominion ^'Jl^AAJl^Ier^ *%��?*
_rn_c_t in regard to railway cross- 19091 notice Is hereby given that the
ir.gs. it is to be exacted that the assessment roll of the "First Street
Railwav Commissioners wil] make an  ?f"*?r" local improvement is optn for
 ._ _���        ,.     ..��� , j.       insertion at  the office of the Ass.-s-
order to  remove the element  of dan-  ���f,r  ,_   th_   clt_YHall,  New  Westmin-
ger from thi^ crossing. .-. -   British   Columbia,   and   in  case
 th    owner or any pi-rson Interested in
Burnaby    ratepayer*    are    taking r*1>' ��f tl. Properties includ-d therein
desire   to   appeal   from   such   aaaess-
1.     -<ure the pass.ng of a P un-i , ment   hp  shall    w���hIn  t)h.  ^..^   of
bylaw  tor tbe  district.    Petitlius  to'eleven  (111  da;._ from the first publl-
t:... Municipal Council are being sign- cation  of  this  notice,   glv..  notice  to'
ed   in   various   parts   of   the   dlstrl t  ^e undersigned In   writing of his  in-
praying that  steps be taken to put ahSSlMffl*, of August, A. D. !
stop  to   the  serious   nuisance  caused  190?. W  A  DUNCAN
by   the   deprecations  of    cattle    and
horses turned icr^se on the r ads.    In
tbe past when the district was siar.;e-
ly settled, th-- presence of a few wandering cattle was not perhaps of much
importance, but  today. wh->n so large
a portion of the municipality Is under
cultivation,  the   perpetuating  of   this
practice proves to be a most serious
nuisance.     Hungry   ooWj   finding   little   that   is   toothsome   o<-   satisfy ng!
along  the  roadside,  are  tempted   by
the  sight  of a  field of c'over or a I
plot of esculent  vegetables  10 toroe
an   entry   by   breaking   down   fences
and gates, and a small herd will very |
soon   turn   a   promising   crop   Into  !l
barren   waste.     The  adjeceni   municipality of Coquitlam approved a pound |
by-law some considerable tin. sine-,
but for some unexplained reason this
has mver been pm In foroe,   ll Is to
be hoped thai when Burnaby hn. car-1
rivi Its proposed by-law this strange I
policy of Inactivity will be put wide.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^       City Clerk.
Date  of  first   publication,   31st   dav
of August,  1909.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
.fflce 'Phone lis.      Barn 'Pbone 13? |j
Columbia Btreet.
Baggage   dellverea   promptly
any part of the city.
Ught and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT
to
Male   Attire
CLOTHES FOR THE YOUNG MAN
tne young man s taste, shaped for the young man's bodv.   CANADA'S
characteristic young men's clothes.   *
Sa^_n,_i^i���nr.fotSh^ek^f -re ��ff��.ring one of th7bi1__i__^
tcfsell fromVlS tofefo_UltS " the lateSt shadeSand Patterns made
$10.00, $12.00, $16.00
BBC   nun   iiii.ik.....
SEE OUR WINDOWS.
Acme Clothing Co
A. CHAPPELL, Manager.
I n_y   SEPTEMBER  1- ���9
THE  DAILY
LAST DAY OF
Move On Sale
See our advertisement
on Page Eight.
W.S. Collister & Co.
Canadian or Carnation  wheat
Flakes, . r  pkg    "c
MM Flakes  I',  hulk,   4   lbs.
for	
Golden
linking Powder,
12 oz. tin
.   20c
l__.li a:-'       ;ikil"? powder.
BUgar,   $1-20
Schilling's   Best     Baking   Pow-
der, per tin 25c and *0c
Chicken  Soup,  2 tlnB for  ..15c
Clark's Pork and Beans, II cans
for     25c
Fresh  Ground   Coffee,    Bpeclal
at, per lb 25c
FSpecial Car Service For
R DAY CELEBRATION IN
_EW WESTMINSTER
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th.
The 'I ('- Electric Railway Company announces that
spi ial car service win be put on all day to Queen's
Park, and tbat a lat.- car will be run to Vancouver at i
' lock a m. on Tuesday i0 accommodato those who attend iii.  grand ball In the evening.
Particular attention will be given to th.- service to
Queen's pink from 10 a.m. to ii p.m. during the progress
of th,. S-nlor Lacrosse Match, Football Match. Tug-of-
i      Baby Show, Pole Climbing    Contest   and   thv  Field
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., LTD.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price ��8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
PAGE K1VB.
Ill
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CKM. IMP IS
MERELY A JOKE
YESTERDAY'S HALING
Leading     Paper     of     Foothill     Town
Makes Announcement in Regard
to  Challenge.
Itwill pay to buy your groceriesfrom
C. B. DEANS
Calgary, Aug. ill.���speaking editor-
lall) of the Calgary club challenge
for the Minto cup. just accvpted by
New Westminster, the Albertan says
this  morning:
There was a time when the Calgary lacros e team might have made
a fail -;."�� againsl Westminster bui
that dn.. i- passed, The Idea of going
after tbe Mtato cup this season Is
very much of a jest, and we might
as well let Westminster know that
we ha\. no such Intention and torgei
it. Calgary would be humiliated 11
ii ever encountered Westminster this
season."
FIRST   RACE    Five   fui onus,   sell
>���
i    Regina   m.i.   _.   Daddj   (lip-   3,
li    ��� em,
SECOND RACE Six fui mg . soiling.  Allies  and   mares,  three-year-olds
ami up.
1. Belle of IroquoU _ Buna- :'..
(inn., i;
THIRD RACE .Five and a half fur-
Ion '      '   ing   three-yearold   .unl up.
I. Entre No is; 2  Valoski; ::, Adtua
FOURTH ItAi'K Five iin.l a hull
furlongs; selling;, three-year .Ids and
up.
i. Preen;  2, Burle gh;  :;   Bucolic
FIFTH RACE S ven ' furlongs,
purse.
I. lioggv _. silver Knight; :'.. Barney Ol.lfi, Id.
sixth RACE���Mile and om \
teentb;  selling, three-yearolds ami up.
1. Dave Weber; 2, Kelowna; 3 Day
Star.
WHERE?
At the Leading Furniture House, the place to save money.
Prices lower than the lowest. QUALITY IS OUKS. It
will pay vou to see our stock before buying your House
Furnishings.
W. E. FAI FS 612-618 Agnes
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. NlGHT  CALL  81_
JUNIORS  PREPARE.
East End and Fourth Street Teams
V\ ill Meet on Friday.
Tlu. Junior lacrosse teams representing the East End and Fourtj
Btreei will meel on tli.. Queen's park
mui in Friday evning and Hom presenl i rospects ii looks as if there
���i ���      : "im thing   doing. 'I'li
������ v..   now  Btand equal,  each aggregation bavlng won one game, ami i ne
having   been drawn.      Since  tlu-  last
match iii.. twelves have '"-'-'ii practicing  hard, and  both    ur.- now in  the
best oi siinpi'.
'i'li,- beams wil] Ine up us follows:
East Knd���-Goal, S. Mortison;  point,
Sail;  cover point, Day; defence field,
Watson, Angus,    Henderson;    centre,
Knudson;   home  Held,   Pottlnger,  S.n-
clatr, Pentland; outside home, Dawe;
in-iil.   home, Mannerlng,
Four: Street���Goal, Stoddart; point,
|A. Mortison;  cover point, Archibald;
I defence field. S. banc, Bent, Doherty;
cvliv.   Ennis;   home  fit-Id,  Armstrong,
JM.  Mortison, B. Gunn;  outside home,
SwenceSki;  inside home, Murray.
CRICKET
Nanaimo lms accepted the Invitation   lo   play  "ii   .Monday   ill   llli-  city,
and will be over In good time for the
game, which will take place al Moody
square.
Ref;rees  Meeting.
A Bpeclal meeting ol the referees'
association of the Vancouver and Dis.
trlcl Football league wil be bield Friday night at the Vancouvi r Athletic
Cluh  when  candidates  tor  places on
.the  referees'   lint   will   present   themselves for examination.
It. Cavers has been Belected to referee the flrsl match In the Vancouver
1 i rlct l_'"_iii- In which the Westminster Rovers take part, on September 25   between Westminster and the
, Hibernians.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
TODAY���THE   $600   SPEED   HANDICAP     TOMORROW   SEPT.  2���
HOSPITAL DAY.
Six Races Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAINS   LEAVE    CARRALL   STREET  DAILY AT 1:00 AND 1:30 P.
M.     FIFTEEN MINUTE   SERVICE     FROM     GRANVILLE     STREET
STATION.
SPORT   IN   UPPER  VALLEY.
Open
The
vai lev,
Season   Will   Draw   Many   Nim-
rodg to  Haunts of Duck.
season  for duck  in  th_  upper
which opens this  Week, is
WANDERERS  PREPARE
FOR   COMING   SEASON
Vancouver, Aug. 31.���The Wanderers Rugby club prepared for business
last night when the fourth annual
meeting wns held at the Vancouver
Athletic Club. Officers were elected
for the coming y.-ar as follows; President. Mr. Henry O. Bell-Irvlng; vice-
presidents, Mr, ('. Miii-pob-, Dr, G- D.
Johnston and Dr, Bell-Irvlng; executive committee: 11. B. Bell-Irvlng, Illl. IK-ll Irving. K. M. C, McLorg, D.
Terlze and B Casement; secretary-
treasurer, Oavln H. Davis re-elected
delegates to union: Alfred Hull and
It.  H.  Bell-Irving,    Messrs. u. Fyson
nnd   I-l.  M.   .Mel.org were elected  mem-
i! ers of ihe selection committee. The
Wanderers expect to accomplish big
things this year and will make a big
effort to land on top.
tlcipaled to be a very good one, and
Bevera] camps have bean prepared at
Sbmas lake and other choice places.
Anotber decision which will contribute to the sporting advantages of the
Chilliwack district is that arrived at
b) tli.- sportsmen of the valley at a
meeting on Saturday, when ii was re-
solved to ask the provincial game authorities for ail open season from October 16 io November lb) for cock
pheasant throughout the electoral
district.
Following the football practice this
evening there will be a club meeting
of Hie Westminster Hovers ai Blair's
store, Columbia Street 'i'h. executive
will  meet  ai   7::lii  p.in.
WALL STHEET SHORT
UN SOUND S10MACH.
Chase    For    Dollars    Burns    Digestive
Organs���Good   App_ite   Above
Par on 'Change.
WEALTHY WOMAN FHttD
BY FtUtHAL OFFICIALS
Sporting Goods
THE SEASON FOR SHOOTING DUCKS AN DEER, ETC.,
0pENS  ON   SEPTEMBER   1.
TRY us FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITION
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS W AR CARRYING A FULL AND
COMPLETE   STOCK   AT   LOW     PRICES.
|]U TRAPP & CO., Limited
SILVERWARE
St
terlln.
8Uverware Is the kind vou give the bride,
JY; ���<> lasi ror lifetime,���fll] her heart with pride;
Kin. ,! ' '"' ""' counle to cheer tbem all through life;
���"���� thai pleaaeg Hubby and .,_. pIeweg wllel
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
-^jj^NTs LONGINE'S A ND HAMILTON  WATCHES.
VEAL, PORK
8��u��aget  dally.
��1  Farmer's   Pork.
New York, Aug. 3<i.���This commun-
lity has developed in  recent  years   a
special  class  of physicians  who in a
'town of fewer democratic professions
| might  add   to  their  slews   the  proud
testimonial,   "Hy   special   appointment
of Wall Btreet"    'lney minister to ihe
stomachs that have  burned out their
Vitality  lu  me uiad  bunt fo  the dollars.
Some of them have only a single
patient, like those wuo devote tbein-
|selves to uinu like Mr. Rockefeller
land Mr. Harriman,
Others Who are engaged at given
I periods accompany their patients In
navel, und nearly all are under a retainer which iiiiiiile. them to restrict
tbelr practice to ibe few who Insure
tin-in a better income man tbey could
j.,.! u tiny attended to al] comers.
They maintain establishment, in me
choice residential districts and must
live wiih all outward show <>t the
wealthy men lo wliom they give their
services.
The k'ud of a breakdown that destroys a normal appetite aud which
Wall street induces may bv classed
as one of the burdens of wealth, if
the best known names were selected
from the offices in the Wall street
district they would furnish a fairly
accurate list of those whom specialists are treating. There are very few
sound stomachs in the lot.
Because   She   Smoked   Cigarette.   Cus
toms Officer  Believed   Her to
Be   Insane.
New York, Aug. au���Mrs. Betsy
Hiil, the Englishwoman who was sent
to   Ellis   Island   under   the   suspicion
that she was isisiine because of the
fact that she smoked a cigarette
while a customs officer Inspected her
baggage when tbe steamship Pli'la-
delph-a arrived here Saturday, has
been released with a certificate that
she Is uot only sane, but is u remarkably  bright   woman.
Mrs. Hill, who Is about 60 years of
age, is one of the l_st known European authorities <_i _ntl(|iiiiy and bus
accumulated a large fortune In executing missions for wealthy colled-
ors. Many prominent Americans are
among ber clients.
Mrs. Hill demonstrated to the satisfaction of tin. Immigration author-
ltlet, that the smoking of a cigarette
was noi concilia Ve evidence of a WO-
man's  mental  Incapacity.
This is her lim visit to America.
She leaves here for the west in a few
days.
Fr��.h Pork
Beit
PAcinc
Meat Market .
Phone
192
Th.- Trades and I_bor Council wlll
occupv the new hall today for th*
;firs, time. This Is the old Oraofn
hall on Seventh streot, which was
abandoned by the Orangemen when
the Knight's of Pythias hall was bulll
I- trill not te the first time, however,
that labor bodies have met In the
* building, as the Typographical Union
meets hew regularly.
On   Long  Walk.
W.  B. Jones, who says he Is walk-
lug  from   Dallas,  Tex-,  to  Nome, left
yesterday afternoon for this city.   Ac.
;.���v ds announced Itinerary, he
wt'l  irrtv. at the Hotel Nelson about
McMENEMY _ ANDERSON       Columbia St. - ** morning.
TRAGEDIES WON'T   PUT  A
STOP TO AUTO RACING
New York, Aug. ill.���Despite the
tragedies ut th<> reosni motor races
nt liii'laniipollti and Brighton lleach
rncv traekn last week a Hliitnient from
the Motor Harlng association lotilg.it
announces thai another 24 hour speed
carnival will be held ut the beach in
Ihe full and thnt nine makers and
dealer, have promised to enter cars.
The association regrets the recent adverse criticism of automobile racing
and declares that "the accidents at
Brighton Beach werp not due to any
Haw  in  the  track-"
B. C. FISHERMEN'S UNION.
-fcjjis
There   win   be   a   meeting  held   by
the II. C. Fishermen's Union on Saturday, September 1, at 2 p.m. in tije'
(lurtld  block, and  every  fisherman  Is !
expected to be present
JOHN  W. DUODWICK.
Secretary.       _r_j��
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62.
657 Columbia Street.
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SECOND KLONDIKE IN
I AC LA RONGE DISTRICT
Specimens   of   Gold   Quartz  to   B_   Ex.
hibited at  Toronto���Many   Miles
of Claims Already Staked.
Prince Albert. Sask. Aug 25.���Today tbe board of trad,- express* 1 a
box of samples consisting of gold.
quartz, ooppr sllvi r and nickle ore
acid samples of petroleum and ruby
sands from the Lac La Rouge district
to ii. Saskatchewan exhl it at tl
Canadian National Exposition at T< r-
onto. The package, though no: a
large one. was insured for one h od-
red and fifty dollars and contains
a specimen of th. thirty dollar to the
ton gold quartz from that .region.
Most of the specimens belong to H.
C. Hameun aud B. L. Clemens of
this city,
Recently Mr. Ctemnes returned
from the north with a second specim- a
of this eighteen inch vein ami nob dy
who Is In a position to know, d rubts
tiv existence of another Klondyke.
Th.. repeated and stupid denial "���
ll il. Rowutt. of Ottawa, who now
:. i .    knows  nothing about  min
erals, will carry 110 weight in the I ice
of the demonstration furnished by
the samples Bent to Toronto. Parties
01 prospectors are almost dally returning to this city from Lac Ha
Ronge and beyond, and the concensus
of reports is that a much larger nil 1-
eral area exist, than was at first suspected. It is coservalively estimated
from the limited amount of exploration and prospecting already d ne
thai there are ovtr twenty thou and
e 1 tare miles of mineralized country
extending east, north and west from
Lac La Ronge.
Twenty-one miles of gold quartz
claims have bevn staked on the norm
bank of the Churchill tbi, season,
and surface tappings show excellent
iti lication.- of gool values a'- lower
levels. In marly ail cases the b lies
of ore located are of Immense quantities of continuous ore. Duriiv
next two months prospecting will be
carried on under the mo?- 'v. a le
1 dii ns and scores of experieu 1
prospectors from all owr the Unil
States and Canada are expected to
go north. The moss will be o._ tna
rocks in the latter part of September
and October and the return ca��a be
iv. le in December and January over
the ice roads before thi - ... weather set in. Access to the mineral
bei Is easy by train from Prince Aland cuoe l.-om Montreal lake
to  all  parts of  th.   1 Jgion.
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A trial will convince���the most critical that
St. Charles Cream is superior to any other brand on the market easily
- 11=siir_ in natural cream flavor, color ami richness. St. Charles Cream,
whi  ' the proper amount of pure cold water is adde<l, makes an excellent
joyed bj many people who like to drink milk, but
-- it in its ordinary state.    St. Charles Crc-am  never
curdles.    It is    Iwiys pure.    It is as good as the best for any purpose,
betl ���  tl   ..  ...    best for most.    Its use is economical too.    Those  who
usi   St .::.:1.~ Cream takt no chances.
Sold by   "Resi  Grocers EtJerytuhere *
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING COMPANY. Ingersoll. Ont.
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Best
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1
Schools open cn Monday next
and we want all students, both
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  valua   ever
offered.      Don't    buy    until    you
have seen ours.
TWO   SCRIBBLERS   FOR   5c.
on   Monday   next.
MOREY'S.
BOOKSTORE.
665  Colu .bia  street
oJ
ANDREW CARNEGIE
BECOMES ECONOMICAL
The Laird of Skibo is Drawing  in the
Strings   of   His   Purse   Tn��s
Days.
Pittsburg, Aug, ill.���Stories carried
back from tb,. Highland, of Scotland
in effect that Mr. Andr-w Carnegie is
"tightening up'' in money matters
have caustd some feelings of uneasiness in Pittsburg, where any retrench.
ment  by the Laird 01 Skioo is Uk ...
tO   : ,.-   lirst   felt.
Prominent Pittsburg people who
hav ive. nti;. returned from abroad
where they conferrt-d with Andrew
Carnegie, give i. as their "pinion 'hat
tv- man 01 many millions ls rapidly
li coming i lo 1 fisted, it is aold here
thai Mr. Carnegie tooi some of nis
Pittsubrg friends om riding in a new
automobile, and after the trip was
over,  said:
"There's an automobile I ] aid 11.50'J
for, and 11 s enough for any man to
spend on a machine. I wish I could
have a few minutes' talk of ecom n ;���
with some of the peopli In Plttsi irg
wtio are constantly trying to pay mor-
for   their   automobil did
man next door."
In addition to this, one man who
bad gene to Mr. Carnegie to get $-'ri -
  for an object whi b the steel -.1
had  always  considered   most  worthy
got $10,i  woi tb - :  goo i .;.-:.   .      1
.. and $15,  in mcoey Another man, who went for u smaller
d 1, ition, got just zialf of what he had
a       '���
W ha- mai - cold chills run up
a:. :   ���:��� is u ol   Piitsbu'     a
is,  is   the   fact   that   Mr-
Car: -'in' e 1 con
li   110,-
1      ' | In Pittsburg
ar.d  II     ��� -     ������   f   .:  no.   UMi   1 e
may not take the matter up again.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
Xew Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
by directing you to the stor. where
you can see the largest stock of new
and second-hand goods of all kind, ln
the city.
I have a splendid Cream Separator
or sale, nearly new.
Come and see how- much more yon
can get for your money here than
f Isi where.
Ri ilring of guns, umbrellas, type-
vriters, and licht automatic machlm
ry and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND - HAND   STORE.
��� "J. C. Bruce."      (Steveston mall despatched and received via Vancouver 1
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and P.per
Siding, via G. N. R. north.
3 p.m.���Cloverdale. Nieomekl, and
Port Kells daily. Clayton on Tuesday,
Thursday, Friday and" Saturday; Tyne.
head on Tuesday and Friday, Bon Accord. Tuesday and  Fri lay.
4:"" p.m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
lake, via B. C. Electric Railway. Saturday an extra mail is despatched to
Victoria   via  Vancouver at  this  In ar
Blaine and Seattle, including al: I ,
S. points east and south, via _. N. R
"Flyer."
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, Praser Mills. This mail takes the following local places: Barnet and
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows. Port Hammond, Port Haney. Mission. Chilliwack, Harrison Hot Springs. Agassis,
Lytton. Lillooet. Spences' Bridge. Nicola and district, and all ooints 1 ast
except Kootenays.
Mails   Received.
0:45 a.m.���Blaine and Seait..-, including all U, S. points, via ij. .V rt
"Owl."
5:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria
1 except Tuesdays, via B C. E.ectnc
Railway.
9:00 '.' 10:00 a-m.���Strawberry Hio,
by courier (.Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladn.r, Port
Guichon. Westham island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and rece.ved via Vancouver. 1
8:40 a.m.���C. P. R. east (first train 1
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquit-
;lain.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Cen-.ral Park
and  Krasvr Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam. by courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine a.id Seattle, including all U. S. points.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mail east, and
I losed mail from Sumas. and Seattle.
i ncluding U. S. A. matter, and also
Fraser Mills.
Railway Time Tables
lolnmbla  St.
Man on the  Whi
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eights Bt. and    TiTth Avenae
PHONE   170.
���OWELL * ODDt. Proonatore
Mail Service
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at .:50, G:_0, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until ll:3u p.m.
Cars leave New  Westminster for Vancouver at 5:.0, 6:20, C:n0. 7:20 and
S:U0 a.m., and every half hour then,
after  until  11:00 p.m.
S-inday  Schedule.
' Cars leave Vancouver  ior New  West
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., an,!
every    half    hour    thereafter    untl
11:30 p.m.
, Care leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 8:uo u.n. . and  ������.     .
hour thereafter un-.il 10:00 p.n    I.
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J.  McQuarrie, Local  Manager, Nev.
Westminster.
F Uo. log are the 1
of m ills at   he New West-
1 bi   iffii e,   bi   b       . ..-n in
- ing  the  v :r ol  ciosing,
; -  hall  an   hour,  a:  a  rule, before the actual despatch.    All m
���',....    taw l. ar. nespaum-
1 n 1 dally exi     * Sundjy.
onl) '       .   and   re
.   ��� mday are the '���   N*. R.  ~    ���
C.  P.  R   - "-'   :: all      DOI   1: ' I .'1.   -
a . ���     , - .        on,     v    ���
Mills ar. I ( ���
SECOND   TRIAL   IN
SEDITION   PUBLICATION   CASE
I-r ' A ig   31     1; ij   Alfred, pub
lisher, w is arr.iiiim-d today Charged
wtih prin;ing seditious matters in
the "Indian Sociologist," the organ
of the revolutionaries. His arrest as
well a.s that of A. J. Horstey, who
was recently senuoced to four
months for the samP ofTence, la the
result of a crusade following the killing of S:r Curzon Wylle and Dr. Lalcaca in the Imperial Institute last
month by Meadr Dhingra, who was
subsequently banged.
Upper vs. Lower.
Washington, Aug. 31,���Ia an    upper
berth   in   a   sleeping   ca;-   wort.i     as
much  a.s a  lower?
The ease was brought up by Georg-
F. Loftus  of St. Paul. Minn, who com.
plained of tli-,. rates tor upper ier bs
exacted by rallr.ads operating between St. Paul, Chicago, Duluth and
those cities and iioinls ii the East.
Mr. Loft iis said ln his complaint to
the commission that any railroad
that charged as much for an Upper as
for a lower berth was guiltv of dis
crimination within the meaning of
the  rate  law.
Mails Despatched.
6:00  a.m.   (_luse,J  at  eleven O'CIOCK
tbe  previous night)���Vancouver    via
G.  N.  R. Owl.
_  a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria Via
B. C. Electric railway.
First C, P. R. east taking all points
east includ.ng Langley and district.
The mail for Abbo.s.oid and district, Clay burn aud district, Hunt.ng-
^don and district, aad Matsqui are despatched by way of Vancouver.
8   a.m.���Blaine     and     Seattle,     including all U, S. points east and soutn,
land Hall's Prairie. Fernrldge and Haz-
jelmere, on Tuesdays,  Thursdays,  and
j Saturdays.
All Surrey malls are received from
i Cloverdale, except Hall's Prairie, Ha-
zelmere and Fernrldge, which arrive on
.the Port Guichon train on Tuesdays
Thursdays   and   Saturdays
11:00 a.n_���Vancouver, Victoria and
1 Central Park, via B. C. Electric Rail-
|way.
12:30 p.m.���Strawnerry Hill, llm
berland and South Westminster, b>
courier (Tuesday and Friday),
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby. by courier
2:00 p.m.���Burquitlam. y courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer months ciose at
2:30 except Saturday)���I.idner, Fort
Qulchon, Westham Island and Sun-
bury, dally except Sunday; Woodward.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
Great   Northern   Railway.
/V.  N.W.  8:50  a.m.;   ar.   Seattle  3:3"i
p.m.
Lv   N.  W.   11   a.m.;   ar.   Seattle  3:5.
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.;  ar. Seattle 9:4'
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m :  ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Sea-tie 8:05 a.tn.;  ar. N. W. 2:.".".
p.m.
Lv, Seattle 1:35 p.m ;  a:-. X. W. 9:3"
,' m
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.w. 6:20
a m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N W   6:25
p.m.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER;
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BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
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j LUXURY.      It  ls   lighted   with   both
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ly illuminated train in the world. The
equipment consists of private compartment cars,  standard  16 section sleep
ers,    luxurious dining  car,    rpcllnlne
chair oars   (seats  free),  mod��m  day
coaches and buffet, library and smok
Ing cars.
For  Time   Tables.   Folders,  or  nnv
further Information  r-all nn or wriie
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WEDNESDAY,   SEPTEMBER   ,
The Daily News
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l_.22 Business   Office
R.22    Editorial   Rooms
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business. The Morning News is the medium through which
merchants and business men tell the purchasing public what
they have to offer
them during' the dav
The Daily News
is therefore the
best medium for
Westminster advertising public
The paper is delivered to all parts of
the city before breakfast time, and is read
by all citizens before
they commence their
business transactions.
The busv housewife
snatches a few minutes to glance at the
bargains offered for
the day, and arranges
her household purchases accordingly. If
you are a doubter our
advertising man will
call and set you right
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WESTMINSTER'S     MORNING     PAPER
The Daily News
u. _ .
TBIjt'V'1
A 1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.,
. a  or certificate of lis pendens
d  within such period, or in d'-lauit
PAGE  SEV L.v
I   asl   lunge One.
���.hat   Albert   Hunt,  ol
N
-
1
V
��� sa W ' : ;"''���";:'"';" '"'""Y1    ��� ��� .er,  li. C, occupation   farmer,
Part V. md  "���"h ?**  "-A be  tor  es- totem ,,    U)t permission to
.    dnaltopped and debarred trom setting up p. ,.:...    ,'oiiow.ng    _e..,. ���
i���. anj claim to or iti resp cl o�� tb     ...
_
. ���
>', v.   W'estn
���
;���
u"~ ' i md, and 1 shal] register Annie R) I
"    ti duster ui=""- ..       ...
y claim tu or in resp el ot tb        .  .
���     lng  at a  post   planted   In
owner thereof In fee.     And i u ... ,���  Keeg Uj
order that publication c.  thi    n        e of the  Anderson  group     Dal   I
"Yr"-"^.." "���""""" -"���" -"-     ���   ����������������'������< I-" ���
.
.
.    D  OU-   PUI
01 _   1.
in   New   WeBtmlnstei   will
"' iv'havi-i     -i    ���   L'"'"' SSi sufficient service
IU ..... -    ...    .a.       1 1       -	
oontalning    ic.  acres
I
.2.500 :    cmiy   N.-w  Westminster. Province Of Brl 1
llvlded ' Dated at the land
* t I lki: Columbia,   ibis
Y ,   11   1 1
1 Wver, A. 1).. 1909.
��... ��� 1   Inlei     (Indian
' ' f' diversion District Registrar
To Samuej Coul er, Es 1
the
I
pi . miles  froi
_���. Theananuty
feei per
ol character oi
.   water  power
f'
lluth   d
C. S.
ri uiv ottice,
a of Bri 1 b
of   August,
KEITH.
��� el
mi re or less.
ALBERT HUN 1.
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
'"  ed   '.:.   6th, 1909.
r��i_3 Is THE! 1
^ ouRrok|
1!
SACfflFlCES HIMSELF TO     GET PIHEST SEED
SAVE CHILU FKUM BEAR
i>-
11''
' oast   Range One.
Ice ihat John Johnson, ot
v-      iver   ii   c, occupation,    sales
man, intends to apply for  pennissloi
to   purchase   the   following   descriiA.ii
lands:
Notice Is  hereby given that an ap-     Commencing at  a post  planted ol
trial  and com- plication  win be made under Pan   t. the north shore of John island, an is-
WATER   NOTICE,
ilect
i: p..wer are suit- ti<,u of the applicant ls Horace Willi if 1     Tlie   pre- liamson,      14^    Westminster    a\
j: water la  to !"' Vancouver, H  C.
[���' __ar higli tide 1    1  The  name of th* lak>-.
P                       .    the river   (g)|(if unnamed, tin- description)  is    1*1.
��*"',.,'       - ��� ��� 'he water is known, rising in Lot _iu, running In
particularly in of tlie "Water A<-t, 1909," to obta n a land between Kees bland and Davies
machlney.   license   in   the   Municipality  of    Bur- Island.      Dated. Juno 6th,  1901).    Ap-
operation    ot naby Division of Lot  14. i'i ti plying for the whole island, contain-
v.nrks for wblcri      (a.)  The name, address  and ocupa- 'ng eu acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, AgenL
Dated  June Gth. 1909.
electrli  pow   a   southerly   and    westerly     direction
f ' 01  traction, light- through District I��t 111, Buma ,
l<; - ,-ing  and     all
Distr.ct  of  iv.a.t   Range One.
Take notice tnat James  Watson, ot
Vancouver,  ll.  (.'., occupation, farmer,
, iug   _u-     _-.      11   1  The point of diversion is .I'mut  Intends to apply for permission to pur- I
R r other purposes   100    feet    south    of a stake marked 'base the following described lauds:
'Y -   applied.    (1)   If  Block one 111  In the northwesi  cor-     Commencing at a post  planted on
I, ed tor power or  _er 0f District Lot Ml. the  northea 1   shore of    Owl  island.
- ribe   the   place      (,| , The quantity of  water applied  Dated June 6th   1909.     Applying for
!., ;t returned 'o  r<u-  ijn cubic  feet per second)  i�� two  the whole island  containing lGa acre3
I,  and  the ditlor-   (2),
itween point of dl-      ,,... 1 The character of the propo
return.     The  works   Is  to   run    power    machinerj
s to be returned to river near and  electric    dynamo,    domestic    or
:  difference of ele-1Irrigating.
��� of diversion and      (f.) The   premises   on    whlcb   the
ibout 300 feet, (j)   water Is to I." used '- known as Block
[an    __tndel to  be one  (1), two  (2) and sixteen  (16)  in
ed  works win  District Lot 144, Burnaby.
1 Animal   Was  Carrying   Off   Baby���Fa
ther  Horribly  Mangled  When
Horse  Throw  Him.
Butti .  Mi ��� .    30. ���Jas.  Doolit-
tle, a li"iv ������ Ier neai Nyack, .Mom..
was probablj ivound d in res
cuing his four-year-old daughter from
a grizzly bear which had picked her
up atud taken her some 2U_ yards
away.
Doolitile, hearing the child's
screams, gave chase on horseback.
The horse threw Doolittle, breaking
his leg, leaving bim a helpless victim
of the grizzly, which turned and
clawed him In a frightful manner al-
1 most dlsembow.l'tag him, ant ctiew-
j ipg both legs and arm.- almost to a
pulp. Aside from a few scratches
the baby was uninjured.
Agriculturists     in      Middie     Western
States  to   Be   Supplied   From
Alberta.
more Or less.
JAMES  WATSOaN,
Per  S.   H.   KORD,  Agent.
D ited  June Gth,  1909.
(k)  Thi   no-
1 tb    7th   day  ol
(g.)  The  purpos -   for    which    the
v. iti     is  to  be    used    are    done- tl
, . Ication    will   be power   Hghl  and Irrigation,
lii-
>li ���
L),! t dssloner   on   'he      n.) li  for Irrigation  describe    the
j;'*'      '   ���       ���   1909.    iii  Qlve ;;iMd   to  be    Irrigated���about    twelve
I        md addr -  or any  ri-  .; ���_,  M __
licenses who or      ({,) u t.be water is to be used  tor
.  to be affected power or coining   purposes   desorl e
���;v .-'_-. either abov��[t_e place wh re the water la to be re
. et,    B   F.  Dlckins, turned to some natural channel, and
������-���. - the   difference  In    altitude    betw-.en
Memorandum  of points  of diversion _i,i  point or re-
.-  Company    which  ,uru.     i ii..   water  la  to   be   returned
about   two hundred   (20 11   feet  below
In same channel and about slxtj  (60)
re>-t low- r,
j.i  Theuivi  Ol  Crown   lend  intended  to  !'��� 1  by    the    proposed
:' wate, and water WOrks Is none.
_ of unrecorded  *"a-      (h 1 This notie,. was posted on the
:                           of water re- Ul[l (lay ,,,, August, 1909, and appli-
������ ���               ... .e- tic mi ('on- cation will  be made    to    the    Oom-
:  and   maintaining  ���iissi<>ner  on   the   16th   day   of     _-p-
temJ er,  1909, at 2 30 o'cloi
(1.1 The nam - and    addresses   ot
anv    riparian  proprietors or licensees
,.-���, -,-d   application
billows:
ror which tba
[c      - bed and to whloh
.;-. . J any  are    restricted
|(_-::   1 ,   hOUSi   .   gener-
it:-.- other appliances
t as     are   nee.-s^a-'���'
i_ \    - I _ei sting ol elec-
fi wer, or any other
fi wer,    and    for
���   to be used by
rsons or com-
!��:..- iritl   the company
'- < power f >r the
I of machinery  or ver y q
Other  work- Or to     !	
11 ie 1 ompany  to con-
f or as a    motive
l":" ways, or for
pt_ Ifting,    pumping,
���'���'- ���             11 letting, drilling
. ���  .... opera-
���  adapted "r
I'--! fur or ln con
Jt othei   purposes tor
I'-- eli c'ric    powi r
I1 dred    <���-' i-''""
V?-:- a-: :   wa'.:-    power
I''. ation and dis-
|'': Increasing
I '           in    any   existing
_���' r exti nding the area
1" _ the waters of any
k' Into  anv  other
���!' . ng or erect-
���' -,  pipe  Or  wire
District of  Coast Range One.
��� notice that Bergeta Anderson,
Intends to apply fer permission to pur-
of Vancouver. B. C occupation, lady,
chase the following des< ribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
Island, the largest Island in the Indian group. Dated June 6th, 1909.
Applying for the whole island, containing 60 acres  more or less.
BERGKTA ANur-RSON,
Per  S.  H.  KORD,  Agent.
Da-ed  June Gth. 1009.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice  that    Frank  Jacobson.
of  Vancouver,  B.  C-, occupation,  farmer,  intends  to apply  for  permission ;
to   purchase   the   following   described
lands:
Commencing  at a  post  planted  Inj
a small   bay  on north shore of  Bend
Island.    Dated  June  6__.  1909.      Applying  for  the  whole  island, contain-,
lng SO acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
If You
Can Afford to use
the BEST buy
Robin Hood
Flour
"The Flour that   is, different."
If you do vou will find that
the cost of ROBIN HOOD is
smallest after all.
The bigger loaf is one difference.
Easier assimilations of the
bread is another difference.
The .weeter flavor is a third
difference.
There are other points of
difference. Any one of them
worth the extra cost.
THE
Saskatchewan Flour
Mills Co., Ltd.
- Sisk.
AT THE HOTELS.
Russell    Hotel.
D. c. Black, Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. Roberts, \ ancouver.
H. Wright, Albion.
K.   A.  Snieed,  Toronto.
A.   W.   Cochrane,  Vancouver.
J.  H.  Sanderson, Vancouver.
J.   A.   Christie,  Vancouver.
William  Cowan.   Prince  Albert.
Juliau Dunn, Toronto.
A. M. Hilton, Fraser Mills.
C.  F.  Ok.-.  Vancouver.
A. T. Johnston, Montreal.
Mrs.  A.   C.   Herschfeld,   Vancouver.
Calgary, Aug. 31.���United States ae-
rihulturalists now acknowl dge that
pure seed is more easily obtained in
western Canada than elsewhere. This
statement is born out iv th . tact
that Prof. Shaw, tho dean ' 'Am rl.
can agriculture. |s now an.ivv.. to
secur. pure Beed trom Bow river agriculturists for the purpose ol distribution among the farm r- Of N irth
Dakota.
Even bead_ of transportat on companies oeratlng in the middle wi s;
are Becuring winter wheat from tbe
Bow valley for th_ purpose of distributing among the tanners ol N rti.
Dakota.
Kv.*i beads of transportation 0 m-
panleg operating lu th,.. mid lie wi I
an- securing winter wheat from the
Bow valb-y for the purpose of distri-
buticn among tanners whose 'and lies
tributary to their lines.
There Is now a determined (ffort
acrOBB the border to rais,, wheat of as
high standard as that ralseu in Canada west. American millers demand
bad Canadian wheats to mix with tbe
softer varieties grown in the States,
and are importing in ever-increasing
quantities. None, of the Am rlcan
wheat compares with Alberta Red and
Manitoba Hard.
RUSSIAN  JEWS WILL
MOVE   TO   PALESTINE.
Ore.
who or whos,. lands ar.. likely to be
affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet are
the Crown, 11 B. Scott. Vancouver,
ind E   Pa.hroan   Vancouver.
HORAOS   WILLIAMSON.
142   Westminster   avenue,   Vancou-
LAND   ACTS.
Dated  June 6th,  1909.
District of Ooasi  Range One
Take notice that O, B. Anderson, ot
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jewelenr,
Intends   to  apply    for    permission  lo
purchase     the     following      descrl  vl
ands:
Commencing al a post planted in a
mall  hay on north .hore Ot Berry Island,   daied   June   ith.   1909.       Apply-
ng  tor 'he  whole island, containing
100 acres  more or less
OLK BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
P(ir  S   II.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated .1 .ii"  i;h. 1909.
District  of  Coast   Range  One.
Take  notice that  Adolph  u.  Johnson, of Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation, 1
farmer, intends   to  apply  for  permis-1
scribed lands:
sion   to  purchase    '.he    following  de- I
Commencing at a post planted on
the nonh shore of Crib is.and. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying for the
whole Island, containing 90 acres
more or  less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON.
Per  S.   H.  FORD.  Agent.
Dated June Gth.  1909.
Windsor Hotel.
L. H.  Burton. Toronto.
J. B. Lindsey, Elgin.
A.   H.  Fowler,  Toronto.
W.   Harris.   Port   Kells.
H.  P.   Ball,   Blaine.
A.  O.   Sturn,   Lebanan,
S.  J.  Moore,  Toronto.
C. H. Davis, Ladner.
Henry Nelems, Chilliwack.
Frank Weaver. Harrison Hot Sp'_s-
C.   Peterson,  Whonnock. ,
H. Middb-town,  Victoria.
Lion Cbateauneuf,  Mission  City.
BRITAIN   LEADS   IN   RACE
FOR  ARGENTINE  TRADE
Toronto. Aug. 30.���Mr, Stone, president of  the  Toronto Zionist  Society,
has received word to the effeci that
, tlie Turkish government has sold the
I Russian Jews 5000 acres oi land in
'Palestine.       The  price  was $12.50  an
acre.
- "This is the first instance of the
' Turkish government selling land to
1 Jewish settlers," said Mr, Stone.
"The buyers intend to cjlonize the
'land with Russian Jews, and it is ex-
'pected that much more will be sold
soon. A large part of Palestine '*��
owned by the governmenl, and this
will make the colonization much
easjer, as if all the land were owned
by privat . interests it might be impossible to purchase. The price w-as
very low and shows the favorable way
the   Turkish   government   is   viewing
Washington, Aug. 31.���In -the race
for trade with the Argentine Republic
the   United  States  makes about  only
one third the showing of Great Brit- t|le schemv.
ain,   and  is   also   beaten   by   a   good 	
margin   by  Germany ALL SAMPLES  OF TEA
Figures in the official statement of FOUND   TO   BE  PURE
exports and imports for the first quar- 	
ter of 1909 indicate the relative stand. Ottawa, Aug. 31.���Two hundred and
ing of  this  country  with its nearest twenty-two   samplvs  of   the    cheaper
competitors in the fight for Latin Am- valines of tea sold throughout    the
erica's commerce.    Charles S. Wilson Dominion   were   collected   last   April
Charge D'Affairg or Buemog Ayres,
has furnished the Department of Commerce and Labor with data showing
Argentina's imports as follows: Great
Britain supplied in values $23,899,885;
and analysed by expvrts of the Inland
Revenue Department. There were 160
samples of black tea 54 of gre.-n and
eight of mixed. Of the black teas 31
samples were  found  to be  below the
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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THE       DAILY NEW
Germany   .ll.TsH.4H"  and th...  United  standard and 19 samples of the green.
States $v".'7.:il7. Th teas reported on ar_ retailed at
from 15 to 30 cents a pound. While the
Lifebuoy Soap Is delightfully re- delicate aroma of good tea is notably
freshing for Bath or Toilet in hot absent on infusing, th- report says
weather. For washing undercloth- they are ihotanically true to name
ing it is unequalled. Cleanses and and no admixture of foreign leaves
purifies. ������  occurs.
D'S-   =
New  Westminster   Land   District
trict of New Westminster.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, oocupaUon farmer, in-
tends i" apply for permission to pur-
chase  the  following described   lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
Northeast   corner of  lot   1469,   thence
,- -,-C-'A���K^"*r-K-
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District  of  coast   Range One. south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains
Take notice that Dora Anderson, or  thence north  to coast, thence  follow
I,  res.rvolr, Vancouver,.    B     C. occupation, lady,  fug  the coast  line    to point  of  com
li;'      ''��� "   wheel     building,    or : intends to apply tor permission to pur.  menccment.
1��   ' - work which may be chase the  following  descrl..ed  lands: : WILFRID  DOUG ALL.
P  ' ction   with   the  lm-      Commencing   at  a   pos;   planted  onl Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Ill >e of the said water the north shore of Klaoi'sls Island, a i    Dated July 21st, 1909.
[7 - '.���  altering   re- small  island south ot Turner island.;	
Ij���''--2  '  '��� Improving,  repair-  Da'ed   June  6th.   1909.    Applying  for 1- ' "
iJ ��" : 1:  any such   works,  the  whole  Island,    40  acres  more or
,,, vac.
VY'' ���  WER   CO'Y.    LTD.
1 ;    B    W.   Hope,    A.  E.
Beck, D
J. V   Vi    ������-������ng. Secretary.
IU_.      �� *     Vancouver.  HV
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DORA  ANDERSON.
Per  S.  H.  KORD.  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
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Iter of section 12. township 2. N.w <>|
Westminster district. 1, ,&
1    Whereas proof of the loss of certl-  *f
ouver Power Co'y.,
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT. Intends   to
. purchase    the
.   -I plication has'land":
Iflcate- of title number 1767a, issued in
the nam. of William Ob-son, has been
District of  ooasi  Range One filed In this offlce.
Take   notice   that   John     Olsen,   of i    Notice is hereby given   lat I BhaU,
Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation, farmer,  at  the expiration of oM nont* from
apply   for   permission   to  the dat* of the first  publlc.itIon here-
described of In a daily newspaper published in
jthe City of New Westminster, issue a
said certificate unless
be
following
lying
New
Per  S.   II.  KORD,
Dated June 6th, 1909.
Agent.
and   ., Bituate,
v.,     ' district or
Province of Bnt-	
k_ '   -      particularly      District  of  Coast  Range  One,
Block ; ibed    as  Un   'ii,     Take  notice  that  Ralph  Jacobson,
ll Lots') 't'ul  17-  ulock!of  Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupation,  far-
Loi I    ,' ; 17   Blook   ��; Imer, Intends to apply for permission
U ;.  I,,',", ,'Y1-1 -"   lfl"��'k 9; Lots  l0   purchase   the   following   described
*��� 16 .11
' k 1"; Lois 1. S
12: Lots 4, 5. 12,
lands;
Commencing  at  a  post  planted  on
�� an,j '    ' ls "*��� ��> li'      Commencing  at  a  post  piatuea  ��"
and 17, Bl! ' '"��� ��� '       J";s l> s- 9- u (the southeast shore ln a small bay on
W, Block 1 ���" ' L S. 9, 16 and Compton   lsiand.     Dated   June   4th.
1. l_ts 1   :  " . and -��. Block ]i909.     Applying for the whole island.
kt A"A;A l\16 aml !'. Block is
Lot _���'.,���; -      *���-   subdivisions  of
Han,': Lots 10, 11. 12, 13.
Lot 268 iv,' ' tbdivisiou  ot
s 21, 25, _o   27.
"K"  subd
81 and 1.     :;' 1; ^'
Ua0ndU2,,2Bl?.11 I: Lo�� ��. 8, 4, 6, 8
Block _���' 1       I ."' '���"' 1 . 19 and SO
ulYY;     ���������III.
203, 1
227,
roup 1
-    --.     a- 'ia    t,    O,    i.4,
'     ibdlvision of Lot
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH  JACOBSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th. 1909.
YY ��*pm;
,'-"    :_-  Bl��ck  4, o
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacooswn.
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation carpenter, intends . apply for permission to purchase the following ue-
Lut scribed lands:
Commencing at a post  planted op
New Wellington and
Banff Anthracite.
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers A Preston
Offic���. Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 108.
<���*
v,       '- a   .nan lit w��iwi uuius.
imi    '���'���' ���        '    ii ���',���,    ,h        _ Commencing  at  a  post   planted  op
 -^'through or the southwest shore of Mound ��U��A
"       '    .1 ;-'��   clalmliiK   DaUMj   June  4th   1909.      Applying  for
Z    , 'M, '^d, b>  vl.-  the whoie lsiand, containing 80 acres
f"1 Ml Dem,. '   '  'natrument, mnro ^ u__
,   ��P�� ;,.;   '"s',n"'"''"- more or less
111 Hi.   | ,,.. " ''���'���� any luterest 1
"tUlsi descent,   whose'
of ,Y '���  und��  th* pro.
ftf,     <-- 1 __ _ T t ar _       t)_a~i...                _       .
[1 nq    ,,: ,,   ;    '   Registry  Act."
wntest the claim of
rim,  .      '   ' ii- 11,1.      .
JACOB  JACOBSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD. Agent
Dated June 4th. 1909.
':'"   ia.   . v"""��   'ne claim of
,r'"'u��� within  ten  day,
"'t!,U ,,-:  ,     he fir., publication
' ; '" d- fault of acav-1
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THE DAILTi NE.WBs
WEDNESDAY. SEPT_MBER
Ii 1901
NOTICE
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If there is anything
in Groceries or
Crockery that you
want WE HAVE
IT. We handle the
best in every line,
and also have the
largest and best
line of Groceries in
town.
See our fine assortment of Door
Mats   and   the  prices.
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COLUMBIA STREET. *
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Satisfaction is the
thing everyone desires, and you will
certainly get it
while dealing with
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop.
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Witcbazel Cream
We also hav; all  kinds of complexion   creams   and   skin   foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
WESTMINSTER MODERN
. BUSINESS SCHOOL
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. _oro0 left yesterday on a holiday trip to Nanton,
Alberta, the former home of tin-
fa mil.v.
Everything for the garden at Tidy's
. phone 1S4. ������
I
Rev.   A.   E.   Rubs,   Mrs.   Ru.s   and
Miss Ru.s of Woodstock, Ont., have
returned to their homes in the east
after having spent a pleasant summer
renewing acquaintances on  the coasl.
Don't fail to take in the St. Peter's
church picnic to Boweii Island on
Wednesday, Sep!. 1. Tick ts (1.00
round trip. **
Classes at Columbia. College will
commence on Tuesday, September "
The prospects are that the attendance
.nil .xceed that of any previous
yea:.
If you are looking ror a Dome in
the city or for a location to build in
i'ie suburbs, call on the Settlers' As-
sviation of B. C-, Begble Btret. They I
.have several good properties for sale
. itlier tor cash or on easy terms. 198-6.
Mrs. Albert Jami-s and family Of
Leavenworth. Washington. is spend
ing a few weeks holiday in the Clay,
th(. guest of ber sister, Mi's. David
Adams, Eighth street.
For first-class cut flower_ and a'iv
jkinl or Floral work, telephone Davies'
Greenhouse, R20S. ���*
Th,. annual meeting or thH stock-
jholders or' tbe New Westminster
Southern Hailway will bo held ". the
V.. W. & Y. offices. Vancouv. this
na liming. Officers or the co -.any
oovt merged in the V., V. & E. Rail
way, will be elected, and other busl-
ess transacted.
Ahoy!   for   Bowen  Island   on   V   d-
nesday, Sept. 1. Fare round trip $1.00.
iCars leave depot at 8 o'clock. **
There were seven tires in the city
'last month making 66 for the year,
a larger average than usual The I
only one of Importance was that
Which destroyed the residence of J.
.Wilson, of Eighth avenu..
Starting   Saturday,   August   21,   thei
'll. C. Electric city and Sapperton cars
Will  make one extra  trip  for  the  ������
commodation   of    the   New   Westminster people attending the Iv.-se races
al   Minoru   park.   Lulu   island.       Th
last  Sapperton  car wdll  leave  the  of-
THt FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
Our  school   was   organized  for  thi i
purpose  of  preparing  young   men   and
women   for   business   careers   and   to i
supply   business   men   with   competent,
!office  help.
NIGHT SCHOOL        j
' Personal instruction is given to
levery student in our night school. We
conduct school on Monday. Wednes
day and Friday evenings, beginning
this year Wednesday evening, Sep-
tembjr 15th., for the purpose of offer-
ling opportunities of study to young
men and women employed during the
day. It admits on an equality both
sexes, boys and girls, men and women... Students may enter our classes at any tim_ and take such subjects as they may select.
No   one   should   hesitate   to  enter
our evening school.
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
610 Columbia Street
TRADE
Owner will tradi for good farm land
improved or otherwise, a 9-room house
on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue,
New Westminster Splendid view.
Monthly rental $25. Send fullest particulars of property to ROOM 3, INNS
OF COURT  BLOCK, VANCOUVER.
What Grade of Watch
Do j ou require? Something high-class
frorr. SGO to $85 or just a knock-around
watch from $1.25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.00 to
$20.00? Whatever you want in the
watch line, we can suit you-and guarantee them, too.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
fice at 11:30 p.m., and the city car at
11:20 p.m,
W, L. McDonald, station master at
Millet, Alberta, on the Calgary-Ed-:
luouton branch of the C, P. R., was M
town yesterday. While here Mr.
McDonald purchased five acres of
fruit land at Port Ke'.ls through W.
.1. Kerr & Co.
Buy orchard lands while they are
. ip and become independent. We
are the official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd. Let
us tell you about tin ir choice holding
at Appleland. A new townsite and
fruit district along the line of tli.
ii. C. Electric Chilliwack line an^ v-
|V. & E, Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
This section excells in the production
of all lruits. Come at once while the
best lands are selling cheap and let UJ
- ow you this section at our expense.
We can sell five, ten, fifteen and
twenty acre tracts on ease terms. 1".
.1. Hart ii Co., Lid
The freight steamer .lohn L. Card
arrived in port yesterday with a cargo
of box Shooks from. the mill of the
B. C Packers' Co., at Alert Bay. The
...oxes are used for packing fish at
the  Columbia  fold  Storage.
The tug Wirele.-s, which was recently launched from thi- way- of the
Westminster Mariiae Railway Company, Is now being euuipped with the
large sixteen ton boiler at the Mayers
and Preston wharf. Tne Wireless Is
a smaller vessel than the Faultless
or the Dauntess but will be a useful
boat for the towing trade.
The annual picnic of St. Peter's
parish will take place today at
Bowen island, one ot the favorite picnic spots around Vancouvei', a-ui a
good program of events has been ar-
rriaged. Die party will leave the
city on the B, C, E. R. Interurban car
at 8 a.m., and take ��� ,. Britannia
steamer from Evans, Coleman an.l
Evans' dock to the Islan I. A number of  nn'1 s for  all  in es  bas   bi in
pl 11M1      I.
A  telei b n e    mi - a ������    to the ���'">
���'v.. Btal   m  a oui  . o'clock yesterday thai a man was In a bad condition  on  on., nf  the doorstepg  leading
in a residence on Columbia street hill
guided Jailer Melnnes to _. B. Ad-
gate, of Pitt Meadows, an ��ld man,
and a cripple who had apparently
In en taken with a seizure, Dr. Walker, who was pas.-ing. advised removal to the Royal Columbian hospital,
and this was done, an express wagon
being pressed Into the service.
THE NEW SHOE STORE
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
I
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Weo-
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
2:30 p. m.
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*
*
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t
*;
��� ._,_   L.����LS'  ��0UBLE CORNER-5 MINUTES TO SIXTH ST. CAR    *
LINE; $225;  TERMS. *
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET CAR   LINE-66x145  FEET;     I
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS. #
Snaps in Lots
2 LOTS,  NEAR  MOODY PARK;   $600;   TERMS.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
******* ***** **************<
STORE CLOSES AT 6 P   M. DAILY   EXCEPT SATURDAY.
We S. Collister & Ca
THE NEW MODELS IN
Dress Goods, Silks.
Trimmings and
ACCESSORIES
FIRST SHOWING OF THE EXQUISITE FALL DRESS MATERIALS.
Like a butterfly emerging from its long sleep, the
Dress Goods Section will today cast aside the gauze-
like tissues of Summer and step radiantly forth
garbed in the deep, full colorings of the autumnal
season.
From all over this great land we have gathered a
most comprehensive, beautiful display of magnificent dress materials of every sort, which will appeal
most strongly to fashion-loving women.
LU8TROU8 SILKS, BEWITCHINGLY PRETTY WOOLLENS IN SELF
COLORINGS AND TWO-TONE EFFECTS, ELEGANT TRIMMINGS,
BUTTONS. SOUTACHE BRAIDS. GARNITURES AND ACCESSORIES
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, MATERIALS WHICH ARE MOST THOR
OUGHLY ADAPTED FOR BEING FASHIONED INTO GARMENTS OF
THE PREVAILING MODES WITH THEIR SOFT FLOWING LINES AND
WEALTH   OF   EMBELLISHMENT.
Twill prove a rare showing, and one not to be
equaled anywhere outside of the metropolitan cities.
Every fabric, every bit of trimming, every accessory, is an authentic, delineation os the Fall fashions
in these wanted goods. There's not a woman but
who is interested in the style trends for the coming
season, and this showing will outline them most perfectly for her.
B_____.-_5____S=_f_
Stunning Autumn Suits for Women.
These early arrivals���and there are lots of tb.m here already���portray the styles that are to be
worn  thi8 season.
Many stunning styles are noticeable���authoritative long coat models, with pleated or gored snirts.
Charming English and French worsteds and serges in smart two-tone effects and plain colors; hand.
some cheviots and Venetians .. Three-quart;,- length coats predominate;; strictly tailored styles; trimmings of wide silk bands, tabs and buttons.
The new shades of navy, green, brown   and   grey  with   black   are   Will   _..��__   /_/_   i       /.  j A AA
represented: pHces $20.00 to $40.00
f .V^Y ^Y )
Worn
en .
Coats
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Y . YY
Y   Y/Ba
7    >���"������?
-v fto&A
In Beaver Cloth and Broadcloth. In black, navy, green,
taupe, high turnover collars,
trimmed with saiin strappings and satin tubular
cloth, brass aud Jet buttons,
semi-fitting, Batln lined.
Prices
$14.50 to $35
Special Showing of
Materials for
Children's Dresses
An   entire   unpopular    durable
displaying    all
shadings, Roxana <
in stripe, striped e
rlettas, etc.     Per .
50c
Satin Striped
Venetian Suitings
Navy green, dark cardinal,
44 Inches wide, permanent
finish; narrow stripe; a
splendid fall suiting in ev-
every respect, per yard
Suit Lengths
Diagonal and sell
worsted suiting. i>4
lin width; no two
showing the newest
Of rose, reseda, I"
peacock blue, navy,
myrtle  and   black,
strip**1
alike
shades
���Ulielln.
brown.
90c
$8.75
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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