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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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XMB 5, NUMBER 192.
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TtPEWRHERS
Standard   Make $5   Per; Mchth.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
..NEW   WESTMINSTER.    O^
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C., TUESDAY   MORNING,  BEPTEMBER   13,  1910.
PRICK FIVE CEi 5
BY BRISK BREEZE
DAMAGE IN DISTRICT
CIT'/ FATHERS AVOID
EXCITING SUBJECTS
VVhite Rock Residents Suffer Less of About $15,000-Fine
Residences Destroyed ���Ranches Swept By Flames
���Swath of Flames Six Miles Long���Smaller
Fires Scattered Throughout Surrey.
DamaBe
fas caus
amounting to over $15,000
I at White Rock yesterday
It. ,|���. darning of a number of resi-
LceH to which the flames were com-
ESteated from bush fires which are
Cjja raging In the vicinity. The toi-
\\w houses  were    burned to    the
I crcuDtl:
j  p   Hoard's residence    and    con-
tent8, estimated loss, $5000.
White Rock  Supply  store and con-
[jnti, estimated loss, $2000.
p ('   IJhili>'s  residence  and    furniture, estimated loss, $10110.
Captain Davidson's residence.
0, m, Matheson's summer cottage.
Eight "i" ten    workmen's    cottages,
fee property of the Hazelmere   bum-
iur Mill company.
Mill   Reported   Safe.
Latest advices received    here    late
The fire stretches for over two
miles on the Scott road, but no houses
are endangered there.
Gibson's mill, formerly Pat Uevoy's,
near Kennedy station, is thieaieueu
by a nearby fire.
F-lumerfelt's mill, at Port Kells, is
supposed to be sale, a big crew having been at work lighting the lire yesterday  morning and afternoon.
Hunter's mill, near Hazelmere, is in
grave danger.
Call|8   for   Help.
Shortly alter ten o'clock last night
a telegram was received heie stating
that  unless help arrived  nothing
Mayor and Aldermen Transact Civic Business in
Peace and Harmony.
The most quiet    and    business-like
meeting that the city council has held
ERASER MIUS WERE
THREATENED BY FiRE
Dangerous Bush Fire Crept
to Within Short Distance
of Big Plant.
to
A flre wllich at one time threatened
wipe out the plant of the Western
for some weeks took place last night. | Canada Lumber Company    at    Fraser
None of the questions such as the au ' "       * ' ,'~'"'
ditor's report or the city's relations
with the B. C. E. R. came up for discussion and the mayor and for the
most part the aldermen forebore
oratory.
A matter which came up and of
wliich more will be heard in the fu
ture was the question of bench grades.
A few meetings ago the question
came up and with the exception of
Alderman Gilley the council voted
that bench grades on Sixth and
Eighth streets were not advisable at
the present time.
Last night Alderman Graj
ed the discussion bs
re-open-
stating that i.e
i.iai.   uiiic?>��   ncip   a.1 nvcu   inn iiin_   was',     ,      , ,    , . .    , T   ., , t
1 ,    ,,,,    ,.             ,.       :hal   changed   his   mind   and   thoiijht
ukely to be sa\ed.    Ibe lire was then ',,,.,,   ,,.,__    ���.,,_ _  ..,..,_     ,,_
that Alderman Gilley  was right.
��� ujhi  rtiuerinau  uuiev   was  rigni
gaming   fast   on   tbe j ha(,  been   d_wn   ln   geattle  an(]
He
had
reported   to   be
fire fighters,    I
      m.^      Very  few of the campers are now
laft night were to the effect that the living at White Rock. Included among
Hazelmere mill was safe and in no those still remaining, are -Mr. and
Immediate danger of destruction, pro- Mrs. J. B. Wilson, H. M. O'Connbr, H.
Tiding tbe wind did not change. Mavlus and Mr. Rowe.
From fifteen to twenty thousand cut'        G- N- R- Line F're Flanked. |s"tnft7i'ouKhV'bencb"7r"iriinE wla"""t���
bolt. *ere destroyed   In  spite of    i|   *W   W&m   �� Westminster ^ Umt   le
. iiVl'Cj-n light made by the mill em- the Gieat Noit..e:n railway line runs! -���  .      .   ��� .���.. .    .    - ������   -   ���-.
T|m-ee3, through    an    Intermittent    fire   belt.
Mr. Ooard's residence, one of the Several times yesterday afternoon and ,
first to fall a prey to the flames, was evening the trains on this line we:e
the finest in the district, being prac- compelled to stop and send flagmen
tlcally new. It was elegantly furn- ahead to ascertain tlie condition cf
Ubed III mahogany and walnut, $,r)000 the bri'.es before proceeding. Thick
being a conservative estimate of the smoke prevented the engineers from 1
1,53 'seeing more than a few ravds ahead
The   White    Rock    Supply    store, in   many  cases.    At times  the tiain
rtkii was also the district post office, dasl-ed   between   walls   of    fire,    the
ru aleo a new    building,   the   post bush on either side being a crackling
oSi't having been opened ou August mass of leaping flame.
t> 1 Dridge Burned Down.
No  trains   went through  after  mid-
Mills started yesterday morning about
a mile above the mill and began to
work towards the east.
Tlje officials of the company were
badly alarmed and sent out all their
available men to light the Arc. Yes
terday afternoon the blaze got within
a couple of hundred yards of tlie lumber piles, but the men had lots of
water on hand and by wetting the
lumber and digging a trench before
the fire they managed to check it.
lf tbe wind bad risen the whole
plant, which ls valued at millions of
dollars, would have been wipe.! out of
existence, as the fire was bm ning
strongly and everything in th> vicinity
.of the mill is as dry as tinder.
To make matters worse the fire
boat,  Senator Jansen, on which    the
R SUSPECT IS CAPTUP j
BY RANCHERS NEAR fpALE
Driven From Shelter of the Forests by Fires, George Reid,
Wanted For Clayburn Crime, Admits His Identity
When Arrested���Held In Whatcom
County Jail, Bellingham.
Bellingham, Sept. 12.���George Rei I,
I wanted by tbe provincial police of
Hritish Columbia to answer to a
charge of brutally murdering his wife
at Clayburn on Tuesday, September 0.
was captured at noou today as he
emerged from the woods lour miles
south  of Ferndale.
He was arrested by A. L. Soper an.l
William  Clark,    two    ranchers,  who
Reid was brought to this c'ty and
Incarcerated in Whatcom county Jail,
where he will await extradition to
Canada.
The fugitive from Justice was
driven out of the woods by forest
fires. Ills clothes, torn, ragged and
dirty, were singed ln several    places.
recognized  the  fugitive  fiom the de- caused by his attempts to pursue hi3
scrlptlon   of   him     which     has     been way   through   the   woods   ln   spite  of
scattered broadcast. the many tires raging ln this district.
When held up by the ranchers Reid Soper and Clark, the ranchers who
admitted his identity and offered no captured Reid, will probably be award-
resistance, ed the $fi00 offered by the provincial
He   absolutely   refused   to   discuss government  of   Hritish  Columbia   for
the crime and would neither deny nor the  apprehension  of  the  husband  of
admit his guilt. the murdered woman.
taken notice of the system of grading  company relies as its main fire proteo-
, there and he thought it was the only  tion, was not at the mill, having been
way. sent up the river on Sunday to bring
Alderman Johnston,  who had  been  down some logs.
[In Seattle at the same time, was of |    ot flve o'clock yesterday afternoon
the same opinion. Alderman Johnston  the flre was under control.
CHINESE SUING CITY FOK
DAMAGES CAUSED BY RAIN
council inquitd fl"'t!-.6r Intd tlife m~t
ter before taking any rash steps.
Plan  Educational Tour.
Mayor Lee was of the opinion that
a better idea of the    whole    subject
could be obtained if the council viewed   the   seat   of   the   trouble,   and
Engineer Blackman, who was at the
meeting, volunteered to   show   thc-m
over the city at any time.    Wednes-
be    the
BIG SHIPMENT OF GOLD    .
DISAPPEARS IN TRANSIT
Sum Kum Wo & Co. Seek $351.95 frorr.
Corporation���Case to Ee  Heard
in County Court.
The workmen's bouses were less
j pretensions. The entire contents of
I -tr,     li these were hist.
The fire, which had been anio-.ilder-
. ing for over two weeks, is the   one
j which   started    on    11.    T.    Thrift's
, mic'i (
Hit: '
. Bill.'.: I
Ut:.:t
I tt
day morning will    probably
time for the educational tour.
The  board  of  works recommended
that two    estimates,    amounting    to
$3500 in favor of the Hassam Paving
--o---. -        ��,- -- _ companv, be passed for payment. Tne
been destroyed by fire. The first train reooymJe'ndatfOI1 wus ;idop,ed.
for the south    leaves    shortly    after j    Th_  boaid  Q.  work_   *M  reportea
night, a bridge at    Ferndale    having
Clever Robbery on Ste3mer Humboldt
Between  Fairbanks and Seattle
Gives Thieves $57,000 Haul.
COUNCIL TIRED OF LOCKING
WITH D. C. E. R.
R.  H. Sperling's Suggestion for Meeting to  Seek  Amicable Solution
of Differences Approved.
August  2t. and w-as brought   from this  city, on
sex en o'clock this morning.   Ferndale
is 0 small place about thirty-six milts ;'^u'"I'-*""'"& """ " ,^"--- *"'~~   sou  puuuuo,  ..��. -  	
..    opening ot tue lane between London  bolclt, have no clew whatever to
I recommending that a rcniue.it ior me
Seattle, Sept. 12.���The government
secret service agents who are working on the case involving the theft cf
$">7.u00  in  gold,  weighing  more  than
r>o  pounds, Com tbe  steamer   Hum-
the
the American Bide
1-fct-
r. ,
ni<,
Us:.:
control after a bard fight.   On
a   hiisk   wind   sprang  up and
���   was    fanned    into    a  brisk
jumping the Bre guard In sev-
IC< s.
Fire Stretches  Six  Miles,
n  incre llble    short,    space    of
he lire was beyond all control.
day   evening  it   stretched   11 om
Rock almost to Blackie Si.it, a
e of about six miles.
Ocean Park, the well known sum-
u: resort, Is considered to be in
pile dan. er and a number of sum-
In lesldences there are almost certain lo be reduced to ashes unless the
pd changes. Included In this num-
1*.' are the summer homes of Mayor
let and T. S. Annandale.
F.'anches Burned Over.
Dining the afternoon the tire swept
I taoBj hall's Prairie and completely
I burned over a number of ranches. A
lumber of cattle aie reported to have
j been circled by the flames and burn-
I ��l io death near Hazelmere.
George Nelson's house, on the Hall's - stationed    neat
rtftlrle toad, was burned duiing    the strayed hy fire
afternoon, but the school house, only
*s!u>it  distance    away,    was    saved
alter a stubborn  fight.    At one time
'he Bchool was surrounded by flames.
Expensive road grading machinery
*aa removed from the danger /one in
Ime but cribbing and roadwork
��hich bad cost about .1000 was de-
(troj
On
��� tie Iind	
Other Fires In District.
Early yesterday morning one, >>f
the fire wardens telephoned from
Hlaine to P. I. MacKenzie thai heip|r
was nee led at once, us reports of several small fire;; had just been re- j
celve.l. The needed help was de
spatched, 1
Fite   Warden   MacKenzie.   of   Crescent, telephoned later In the day tii
the mill at that place had been b     1  1
ed and that other places were t...v...t-|
ened. 1
On  John  Oliver's  property,  on  the '
Scott and  McLennan roads, about    a
dozen  men  are  hard at   work  trying
to    confine    a    dangerous    outbreak, j
There are two other fires on the Scott
road.
\V. C. Curtis, who was out driving
in  that  district  yesterday  afternoon,
declaied after his return here that It ,
was a dangerous enterprise to travel
In that neighborhood Just now. '
Two cat loads of  13.  C.  B.  K.  ties,'
and lenta st.eets be not granted u^
tite;c was not enough benefit to be de-
rived to warrant the expenditure; mat
a snoit sidewalk be constructed ou
Blair avenue; that a pan 01 Mapanee
! sireet be opened up at a cost ot $DU;
that t'ixth avenue be graded at a cost
of $430, and that for the piesent ttu
Improvements be made to Twentieth
stieet.    Tne  repoit  was  adopte.i    ui
..uli.
Raise fer City Solicitors.
The finance committee recommended that tbe clt; solicitors' salary be
raised to $inu .. month, the solicitors
to attend the ponce court without extra cnarge when necessary; that G. A.
Hankey*& lo., who weie not notified
of tlieir assessment in time to receive
the discount, be refunded 10 per ceut
of their taxes; that J. ft, Payne be refunded $tili taxes which he was o\e
charged
full.
perpetrators of this extraordinary
theft. The gold was part of a b lip-
men t of $170,000 brought here from
Fairbanks. Alaska and for Jehery to
the local assay ofllce. When the gold
was transferred from the steamer
[Humboldt to the assay office it was
: found that one of- the boxes had been
opened and tlie contents. $57,000 in
gold dust had been taken. Chunks of
pig lead had been placed in the box.
The shipment was handled by the
Alaska Pacific Express Company,
wliich is held responsible for the loss.
The shipment was insured, however,
through the Firemen's Fund Insurance
company of San Francisco.
Tilt first step towards what may be
a settlement of the difficulties at.present existing 1 etween the B. C. E. K.
I and    the    city    was    taken    at    the
'council meeting last evening when it
j was decided that it would be a goad
Idea for the officials ot the company
! and  the  city  council  to  get  together
with a view to the settlement of   the
I vexed questions at issue.
I     H.  11. Sperling, general manager of
., the company, wrote   to   the    council
'suggesting a  meeting    which    might
possibly lesult in an amicable sulutlo.i
of all the troubles existing.
^^^^^^^^^^ The  council,  to  a man, seemed to
Y. Samaski a vs. Etfert, .il.fiO-. Sun !1>p unite willing to meet the officials
Kum Wo & Co. vs. Corporation <a\ot the company anj the matter was
New Westminster, $351.95; McQuar-l'eft In the hands of the mayor to ar-
Campbell, J.70;   Peter West vs.   John range a suitable time and place.
Muller, $320.14;   Walker  Bros.  vs.  10. |     "      """     r     ��   nnt   "
Clark, $385.90; S. Olsen vs. C. Mullet
Judge Howay will judlcate at 0
regular sitting of tlie county court to
start at 11 o'clock this morning. This
is the first regular court for a couple I
of months and there are many cases
to be heard.
j One case is a suit brought by Sum
Kum Wo <fc Co., Chinese merchants 0
the city, for $351.95, alleged to be tiie
amount of damage to their stuck o.\-
Ing to Insufficient drainage In the city.
The case is a reminder of the grea
rains last November, when the damage was done.
- The following is a lisl of the case.:
and the amount of money Involved it
each one:
$530.56; J. Shefflett vs. G. Ebert
$36.65; w. H. Madill vs. W. Rich,
$76.60; J. H. MacGlll vs. Bruhette Saw
Mills Co., $8r>L5f>; Chow Jaek, et- al
vs. Favler. $847.00; Chow Law vs.
Favier, $548.10; G. F. Favier vs
Muller. $3^0.14; Walker Bros, vs
Good. $125; J. Fraser vs. Henry
Parve, $:'0; J. Fraser vs. Henry
Pane.   $27.50;   D.   A.   MacDonald
Rainbow at Rio De Janeiro.           ^^^^^^^^
Rio De Janeiro. Sept. 12���The Cana- ^"'carteY! $500:  K. Ishokawa vs. Shu-
(lian cruiser    Rainbow    has    arrived __,���   tcwii.   a   r.   Stevens vs  W. J.
The report was adopt, d iu ' here from  Portsmouth.    She will  re-
'  'sume  her  journey  to   Es.uimalt    on
Sullivans,    were de
lujm   u,,    in...
The milk s| ecial train to Langley I
was unable to leave on schedule time
yesterday afternoon, because of damage along the road, but managed to
get out later in the evening and will |
come ln at the usual time this morning unless    the    road is blocked    by
fallen trees.
lives near
Alderman Johnston    also    reported  Wednesday,
that   he   ha J   been   making   inquiries  ^^^^BS****���
ahout   the  visit  to  New   Westminster   ��� '
of  tie  delegates  to  the  annual  con-'concrete sidewalks was    let    to    the
en ion   o ft e   Canadian     Manufac  Pacific Contract and Investmen   com-
turers- association,   'ihey would p.ob   pany for 18% cents per squar   foot.
My be over here on Tnursday after- |    The tender ^.ft^J%^Z
noon and  he recommended that    the  water main was let to theVW
details of tneir entertainment be left  Engineering  company    Tenders
ie hands of Mavor Lee and    the  be called for 140 manhole covers.
C
E
h
rato. $504.74; A. G. Stevens vs. W. J
Stevens, $48; W. Watson vs. F. S.
Hall. $26: F. H. Lantz & Co. vs. A. R.
Altol $200; W. N. Draper vs. Gunder-
son, et al, $42: Belyea & Co. vs. Has-
"sam Paving Co., $500: John MacDonald vs. Mission municipality, $65: W.
N. Draper vs. F. Kearsley, $60.05.
Alderman Bryson was not at the
meeting and any discussion on Coqult-
| lam dam affairs would not be complete without his presence. He is out
I of town at present and may not be
back for ten or twelve days. Aider-
man Gilley suggested that a meeting
might be held without him, as there
would probably be nothing decided
anyhow and that will probably be.
done.
TOO MUCH  RED TAPE.
Thil
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_   Thete are several sum
the    McLennan    road    damage   Port Kells. none of these being of any
amounting to over $1000 was sustain- consequence. ' Tn__
*********** (,   j   Robsona  mill, cn the   town
Line toad, in Surrey, is reportel stir-,
rounded by fires.   The mill has been
closed down  tor some time, but  was
static 1 yesterday In order to get  up
; ed where  the  lhe  reached  the  crib-
1.,
Five Crews at Work.
I        ,     MacKenzie.     M.   L.   A.     foi
Delta, who returned  from the threat
chairman of the finance committee.
No   Bandstand  Just Yet.
Tlie Eighth street sewer local   Improvement    assessment    by-law    was
lead for the first  time.
Assistant  for  Treasurer.
On the recommendation of   Alderman Johnston  it  was  decided to call
lor applications for the  position    of
lerk   iu    the    treasurer's
The  Municipal    Construction    co.n-
Reason Is Given for Heavy Fire
Loss in Washington.
Seattle, Sept. 12.���National forests
In the state of Washington suffered
to the extent of $150,000 as a result
of forest fires In 1910. The loss to
state and privately owned forested
areas is estimated at $50,000, bringing the total damage by conflagrations
up to $200,000. Inadequate piotection
from the federal forestry bureau ls
given by the timber land owners of
the  state as  the  chief  cause  of  the
ened distrlcl  at    three    o'clock    this steam to permit the operation of the
mornlni   Informed the News thai the Bre equipment, by Uie use 0  wmen
biggest nre was in the Dominion Urn- is ho;el the mill may be1 savea
ber ihmu al    Hawlmere.   The   pro-     On this side.of the1 river a busn
authorities, under the direction  Bre stretches trom the asylum bum
Robert  Kerr  Retires.
Montreal,   Sept.   12.���Robert    Kerr,
The Municipal    buuiuuvu.,.        passenger    traffic    manager    of    tho
pany asked the city for permission to Canadian  Pacific  railway  and  steam-
close Lulu Island dyke in order to pro- ship  lines,  having  attained  the    age  *������      --
ceed with all possible spee 1 with the when he deems it wise to give up the heavy loss to the national forests
work of laying the steel pipe. active duties of liis position, litis ask- "~u "~J ' *''�� H '
Owing to the presence of fires cn ed to be release 1. He wlll retire on
the island it was thought best not to October 1, to be succeeded by C. E, E,
grant the request, but  It  was left ln  Dssher.
the hands of the board of works to act j 	
as soon as permission can be granted j
I
417    Seventh'
Une
�� Chief Flre Warden iiladwin, have at'coquitlam to Praser   Mills,   th en
live ciews of men at work, one on the!making  a  detour, teaches nearu
Semi road, one    on
tiie    McLennan the Brunetta rive
'oad, one at   Hazelmere  and  two on
0>c Scott  load.
Theie is danger of the Scott  road ,	
"re working down to the Delta water ous blaze having Bprung up.
��'8tem and doing immense damage.     | break Is now reported ...ule.   control
Fourteen men were sent out from
Westminster Junction to Port Hammond  yesterday  afternoon, a da���""
assistant   clerk   in
Office, llie initial salary to be   $66   a  with safet; .
month. I    Mrs.    C.    Oxenhury,
Aluerman Qilley reported thai the avenue, asked the city to move an
Citj solicitor bad the deed for the lot electric light post, wbicli she object-
tor the  west  end  the  ball and askej   ed  to  as  being to close  to  her gate.
that   the   board   of   works  blast  so.ne  ���	
stumps off  the site.    Ile also asked
1 that  the  city  engineer  be  instructed
; to draw up specifications tor tne build-,
lng, which  wlll  be somewhat  siniiu, '
(Continued on Page Five.)
Steimer Runs on the Mud.
San    Diego.    Cal.,    Sept.    12.-
steamer  Roanoke  of the    North
clllc Steamship Company, which got
out of the channel on Saturday   and
.ran aground on tbe mudflats, was not
'damaged and has been refloated,
There Is much red tape, the timber
land men say. that makes the work
of fighting (Ires dangerous and costly
to owners of timber lands adjoining
national fot eats. The patrols employed in the forestry service are.
compelled to send in lengthy reports
���The which are received and acted upon by
Pa- departmental officials here and elsewhere. By the time the tire lighting
forces are on the ground the fires
have gained headway and thus enormous losses are caused.
BRIDE-TO-BE   FETED.
.
to No. 3 hull.
Alderman  Gray  reported  that    the
new  regulator for the  light  department   had  an ived,  but  some of    tne
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   parts  were  missing and  it  would be
FINE CHAPEL. ison.e tl.i.e yet befoie It was possible
. Ito install  tne  new  street lights    ar-
Fales    H.*s    Mortuary    Rooms j ranged for.
Finished In Best Style. i    George U. Sutherland, meter rea.'er
,,, , I for tne city, asKed tor a lalse In sai-
U.   . ;,;   alterations and additions to;ary      H)g   miuest   was   granted   and
W.   E
to
and
;iss  Edna   Burr  Guest  of   Honor  at
Social   Function   Last  Evening.
n luuiar of Miss Edna Burr, w���o Is j    Reeoi.1  ��''c'��� ^f^"tTven IhSs next pa. enl'eTope will be consider-
become   a   bvlde on Wednesday,  his store on  Agnes ��� tie.i r
S". -1   Kag.es entertained a party of W, E. Fales, the ^^2*^11  A.   Eastman  wrote offering
rtends yesterday evening, a most ��D- 0f    the    most    modern    undeitakin, ]m]f the cost      t    c.ea
^ time   being   spent.     Prog.es-,estallHsh!nents  on    the    coast.    The       dlllg Tm.nbull.****j.    U ^f ����
��h* whist was one of the diversions, e neW    and    com- aid not ca.e to do that be asaeo1 101
��f��t Prizes  being  captured  by   Miss morUuu-   JJJJ" fo,., of |2B0 uml guaranteed   to   put
5��Me   Burr and    Irving Wintemute, plcte and afford the best ,       ^^ ,n ��� passable condlUon^
*h��e   Miss   Wintemu'te   and   Percy handling the business j    Aide:man Jajdlne stated Uat-tner*
&" were allotted the booby rewards.     ft   8 the 8maU chapel which Is th��|wa8 110���,lng there at piesent wmen
ta
Rl
ere allotted the booby rewards,
young lady fi lends of Miss Burr
lowered her with    gifts    and    con-
^'"'illations during the evening
Ill()S( ^^^^
Mrs. g
he   had
Tltiv.
��*.,����.����., *** s-& �� sMSSiTS as*. *__* <*������
P. Marks, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. door to coi respond.
lie reading aes.      in��"��j��'     ,. 7,rther
Me ���f oak and of works to.repoit   arther.
Hell,
I'. Marks, Mr. and Mrs. . , u. ��oo' '" ��"���- ., ���.e of oak and ot worss *y'"J*""-,;"���",;,������ ,.nd Heat-
Mi. and Mrs. Johnston, Misses and simple^^Kt of the place I The Vanstone WWrttfllg MM Heat
ii and  iiP����in R��rr   Ml*. Mabel for  the  better  Un"" *       ,,��n���tlfully
Misses
Miss Wintemute
sm BeUlah  C,lne
Ttt   Messrs,    K.    Lawrence,
'rim,,  ,   ������___     .   w   Gray
  the
Verna there are two
or
"I*  I. WI��w,mutrA"w"0ri>-. .    **** '"" "' *SV.' ""l
- ����� it^MSV'ff'l
upcn       *****    ~*~" ���
aded electric iib��'��- .������Bider-'fewer.    Permission  was  granted  un-
-.�����'. 1. Wintemute. A. W. Gray, L. able "u��? ��' "J"""^. "growth of    the works.
tl*. Q. Lundy, Alf. Turner, Percy Hevee that with UW I d
Burt- nnd n.r,. ti,i. town something go"" ���*   ^
The' tender for the   Kenley   street
SALMON FISHING ON  THE SKEENA RIVER.
Sc-ne near the location of Ilays-no-t. **���* towasl'.e which ls jlaced on
market today.
tm*
Harry Tlly. if
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PAr.E  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY. 6EPTEMB.
Classified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE DIRECT CONNECTION FIIOM
EDMONTON TO FT. WILLIAM
CORPORATION   OF  THE
TRICT  OF  BURNABY.
CIS-
RACE   SUICIDE   IN    HAWAII.
WANTED.
WANTED���A  GENERAL   SERVANT,
:.. -     ���        e to d
:. .   1 avi .
WAN     :D���LO \N   OF   --"       I 'X   l.M-
[ty pro re Octobi
1. te Bos <'. k .    ���  .     - ".    .
THE PEOPLE'S
Head  Office
New   West;
Branch Office
TRUST CO., LTD.
431   Columbia  St.
���ins'.er.   B.  C.
K. irloops. B.C.
Bylaw    No.  s;
tEAS Fourth street, Burnab>
Deaths   Irrreise   61   and   Births
Off 600 In a Single Year.
Honol ilu,   S< -:-  12.    v-< i   In
Fal
JpKKatES&is:^
Sati
wa:
-A  W
1
AT ONCE
WANTED���DRESSMAKING, GO OUT
i.. ���  ���  daj i r at hon e. Exj ei li
an id 1 street.
\.   .    .     ���. BY SEPTEMBER 18, CAP-
abli        nan or gii 1 as gi ae
able to og prefi .-rea.
:- ��� ��� .   .   me.   Apply Mrs. B. S.
ne 1;    118 Eight . b reet.
WANTED ��� A SMALL FURNISHED
ho., e Sepi     bei   15 oi    I        er 1,!
bj  5   ting couj ii.- v. ho can -1 i e   un-1
quest!   . ible tefert nces.    Write   A.j
\'.. i are this paper.
_____	
-TENDERS TO BUILD    A ;
six    roomed
Plans and particu fi   a
ii, L   d Keh In -
PORT MANN DISTRICT
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
i'i [( e (125 I cr ... i :
balance   one   and
(21 1-A.)
Grand Trunk Pacific Prepared to Haul
C  ain   From  Capital   cf Alberta  to
La'<e  Head.
���Fri      there
tendei 1 raci
8, i ralrle land,
two s eai s,
THIRTY  ACRES  ii   section  35,  block
." :   ith, rangi   I wesl   twenty i
cleared, with new e ai
g iod  water.    Pi ice  ��270 per
Terms     over     eighteen      :-., nth
(175-A.)
Edn   nl    , Sept. 12 i    n has
Fort WI1-
llan   via   Winnl] eg  over   thi    G    nd
Trun*   Pa llie.     'i his   fall   that    rail-
pany will bi   |   ���      ed to haul
form thi '        dls-
... over :. ��� li     wn
lines,   and    wl -  tion    opens
again on thi ��� - nexl spi Ing
i;, .   will b ��� prepare l I i sell passi n-
t from Edmonton   to
the head of the Likes over their own
lines   to   ci nnect   with    ; I e
lip  lines  for the east.     Ii    is
si i pei   -���
being   more   pail
, :      j 1 as a tra'
,-eraJ   years   past;   AND ���'���
WHEREAS di       - Isen wheth- In    II       II     While    de   Its  are    In-
er tl ������  ������������
>   dedicated  to   the        --.;.-.. ite 1     till
public   and   the    |
vesti .    In    I  e    i -:;i:i dpa ity:    AND '
WHERE \.-;  is is a Ivis il e   to esi  b-     Lasl   yeai   di   ths    -.-   re    slxt:
mdi    ovi    the n       ��� previous year,
decrease .1 i
���     ���   THERE .. ed bj   311   an 1    the
niclpal  council of the i Goveri pe that this f tet
I'S  a    -: ise a n    djustmei
ws: - as I ' i opulation.
I.   The   sl ___^__-.__�����_������������,_
ilar- v 	
SANITARY    NOTICE.
.     . , , ,i    TO    WORK    IN '
dy 12 !-' on   e
IFTY   acres   in   section   32,   b'ock   5
north, range 2 vest. X. W. D.; ab
- pro
��� sitlon In Port Mann dlsti let I >���
day.    Why ?    The   terms  are  one- [possible   thai   a   I
, and    ���  e    b lane.    , .       -; '    '       ' ' '      Ed '�� '"
TEN YEARS  with Interest at 6 pei   Por1   William  in   -     u     er.
\ ,      All this is       le possll the fa
1-1-1 that thai tloi    - N*al
lot   6.  section   27,  Trans    ntlnenl the D
X W.D   !'on '
William,
and   thai    i anfe
strei     Bun nd
ly ii, ed    s a strip ol land
nine anJ a half feel   In  wid    .
thirty-three   (33)   feel   n rtheast   and      A1!   rubbish  and   gai    ge  musl   b<
Blxteen and a half fi -;:\>c.-:        ,.. a0Ved   to   the   tool    ol   E   tteenth
the herelnafti     let I '[street and i'i:' where it will
to say, i ��� -��� the most i   st-  |���. burned bj the corj   l    ion
���       - orner of lot twent; i '���.. :.'
��� one, New  We itmli
for    a    dlstan e    ol    one    thou
cent.
JAP/   .'ESE   BOY,   CAN   CO
.    -
1. O. Box
D
acres.
.
on  i ������ ���������   Vale i o i'i-
. i   lance
i
erest,
sec
2 west,
per
twelve and
I :
t ..:-\ i
Any per ��� ; as ��ho dump
garbi ge oi i ���'������'��� a of any Ulnd on
any othi Btreel i renue or on any
lane, \ ��� anl lol or ; ib Ic i opi rtj
will be prosecuted ndci the pro
i of l ��� altarj Bj law.
By  Ordi r, S. J   PEARCE,
���   i
City li;.:'.  ' RIO.
SURREY
OMAN    W.'
a   v
: lay w ..;....
stn
Wl ED1A     .:.'.'
;���
I
Silk
.   .
.ed   lad : i \ shier,
ncod        erre
at  onci Ci
fu.
1C0 ACRES on  the Scott road within
six    i New  Westminsl
;      el      per a e-thl
I
monl '     e thl
10 ACRES        i     '    ���   3t    quarter    of
.:
Ix and
twel 'per    cent,    in-
;  n    . H-A.)
FIVE   ACR^
���:   N'c
S  in  section  13. township
"
: ���
LANGLEY
w
A.\".
I       .      .     i.  ',
���   I .
Mrs.   '������������ i'.<���'���.    ii-"    Co  .
WANTE1
��� s millin
��� :   ��� .
:IVE   acre   tracts,   consisting   of   the
i. d -
cleared and 1
i
throiif h the property:
and up.    Ti r is, i i
anee over  :   :
mei ust bei I between
the Cai
ak Pacific, - T   P
mlnals
I
Alt possibly othi
���   ���
it is not tbi
pany    l eral
-   .
ne   i
-
,'<'"���. cn
latioi    ol
���
���
the l
S'orthi
'   :
Dl
���     !. N. R. ai
to thi
nine     hundred     and     thlrtj
t'i Its inl
ei
aster districi
ALSO    a
I I
.
iei
nt on tin ��� eai  pn
���   ��� .
LNew Westminster
������������������Mi
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
'���'
the most ea
���
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i
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. 2.
.
enter upoi
���
,  D     BY -      ING      MAN,
rooi    ind 1    ird i
i street.   Repl;  K.. N
office.
W   lNTED-   HOUS   . "   .   .
for i
Catt'e Dr. Da nage.
B.    C 12.���
fi
at 'he beginnii     of thi Tl ��� ������
ed down I
tlie fei
���
���
'   TF-'C PTOOT r>c  TDTiCT m     1 TH    '       '
>,,;;,   ILfcPLUxLhi) IKUbl LO., LIU.
;:;;
_ :cjt-:-:tes3Be:
Through cur branch office at Kam-
loops we have received some of the
best fruit hnds in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
i���A C
facl
Li
Frank C. Cook. Gen. Manager.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St.   -
V ������.��� 1 I D���A  GIRL  FOR   GE   ERAL
king.   Ap-
:       125 Third nue.
New Westrrinster, B. C.
Jranch Office      -      -      Kamloops, B.C.
��� i ally    : i!
the i
KENNEDY
FOR   SALE.
...
Ming
''-     nbia   street  east   i-    ae  L2522
;       sale���twe: o  fooi
���   ���       - l :    a
-      "��� .'.; ply 811  Ken-
: ���       street, Ni ���������   ,"������. tn inster.
EROS.,
(Successors to Ha e Bros. &.
Limit id,
Over  Merchants   Bank, Cor.
ar.d 3egbie Sts.
'.':.-. West i  nster, B. C.
LTD.
Ke--ecy.
' ��� i did
��� whole   I n
��� lace I   In   thi whal
ay hi vi .ii    In  no
lndemnlf>    the loi "��������� m . - for
hi
HOME Wmi SALE
5 Rooms, modern, full jized lot, lane in lhe rear.
Situated on 5th Avenue near 4th Street Trice only
$2100. Terms 1-2 Cash, balance to arrange. This
must be sold within 8 day3. as owner leaves   the city
m       ���      Eob Bee f_Jf' L-jo Exa +-..J
���-<
THE
NEW BA
ACCOUNTS
Many Peopl
nevi r befoi
now be rea
I :.; k :
r^-J~^-^~^.^
Chc-lera  Gro^/s  More  Serious.
Columbia       pa ,   . . .-]0ne    mes.
.   ��� -   the
Phone 335 cholera   - I    I es as  grow
ing more serl ius     Thei    were twelve
ne wcasi     ind eighl    ��� il: .- from tho
A GINGER SNAP���City lot, 45x145. on   ...        tn I   it city yesterday.
���   -;nd train line, one I il   _���^__________^_^^���^____^.^___
;.nd street from Queens parK.   Price!"
balance 6, 12 ^nd ;
: ���  i. ontbs at  ' \ er (.ent.
��sss^sj^sa SE32��-iL3 t-mZ&^zmss-r.^:;-
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOK    RENT - -  FURNISHED    Bl D
room, i_'i Third avenue.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
an ly Tii{ Trew street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS.  AP-
ply    upstairs Trapp   block,   corner j
Columbia street and Clarkson.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished   bedroom   suitable   for   two j
gentlemen.   Apply at 2:\:\ nth St.
CENTRAL PARK PICK-UP���On In-
man avenue, close to tram line,
i-i acre lot, cleared and
50 trees planted. Ten roomed two
story house, stone foundation, hot
water heating furnace, electiic iiglit
and modern conveniences. Price
$7000; J2000 cash, balance over
three years at 7 per cent. One
thousand gallon an hour artesian
well lately struck near this property.
TO     RENT ���  FURNISHED     BED-
I - :��� 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. anil
6 p. m. at Room 14, ii^:: Columbia
stieet.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room  suitable  for  two.    Handy  to
business section,
street.
FINE FRASER FRONTAGE���Forty
acres H050 ft.) near Xew Westminster. Two seven and eight roomed
houses on property and wharf
building 20x40; 20 to 2', acres cultivated. Price $20,760; terms, $6750
cash, $3000 Xovember 1, 1910 balance over three years at 7 per cent.
Half of this property separately for
Apply 129 Tenth! jio.600. Terms $2625 cash, balance
in   three equal  payments  at  7   pel
'���      . ;      cent.
Sent On Approval
To Responsible Peopuj   "^
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
U/>*2 Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
$
Thue
Two
Popular
Articles
for onN
Br bmi
Poil
paid
to any
address
TO   RENT.
TO RENT���UNFURNISHED FLAT,
modern; apply 813 Fourteenth
street, abovi   Eighth   avenue;    five
minutes from car line,
TO    LET���THE    BASEMENT    AND
store in the K.  P.  block;   suitable
for stole looms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to join, Forrester
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street, City.
TWIN CITIES SPECIAL���Two ten
acre lots ln midst of Twin Cities
subdivision 'if 33 fool lots. Will be
sold separately or together for short
time at $675 an ac e; about half
price of adjacent subdivision pro-
lei ty.    Easy terms, on  application.
KENNEDY     BROS.,
Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor.
Begbie  Sts.
and
New Westminster.
B.  C.
LTD.
Columbia
Phone  335
LOST���ONE DOUBLE EAGLE WITH
diamond    setting,    between    c;. x. j
freight depot and Huh barber shop! I
.Suitahle   reward.     Apply   X.,   Xews I
office.
PORT MANN
I
LOST���IN   THE   VICINITY  OF  ASH
street, surveyor's steel tape chain.
Finder please return to the city engineer at the city hall.
LOST���A POCKETBOOK CONTAIN-
Ing sum of money and checks.
Finder return to the Royal City
Dye Works and receive reward.
LOST ��� ON SATURDAY AFTER-
noin, a gold watch and chain, either
on Columbia street, or between
Third avenue and Fine street. Reward.    Return to Dally Xews office.
FOUND.
FOUND���TEAM OF HORSES. Apply James Doyle, Penitentiary Row.
If not called for In fourteen days
will be sold to defray expenses,
LARGE LOTS (66x132) on Johnson
road: $200 each; $10.00 cash, $10.00
for month.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.
Iiuiiraimns aie ExaotSjM
Every pen guaranteed
full 11 Kt. bclid Gold���cut
'mi tight hand may be liu:
m e.ther our atandard
Mmlc o(KK|ue pattern, or
Non-breakable Tranapai ���
< ut. as deaf red, either in
plain nr engraved finish
as preferred.
T�� rriBj-try tMi[>��n a ir^k,
If von do uoi And II MrtpnattiUd,
t batter ftftlelt than yon can ������������
imw fot in'11 ii. li mt trni��i'
**������ ��� ni m-.j .dlier m��k��, if i,
���fttfraly tat,��fa#1.-Ty In every i
*:������ i rttiirfl it tod ����� will lend 1
���.-'���'.. 13 for It.
('��� t n% iff r is otir f��ni' .)��� ar ���* '.
pr^iilar K*o (i-.M ink Pflocll, l
BomifUlo \t-.k prool (rlomiih, umy
\>*>  nrrlod   li.   ��ny  pot I tlon   li
I ���* Lul oi  i!i-Vf.ins Ln. , ��ri(��| i I
any   ariKlt nl flrft touCK    IKii
ii'im    t��|>>lnfl   U.-i,   Tri'limntl
point, pollriwdTnlunlxM) ru��.)^J*
*���*���*.���>,   U!ir��   c/.tta   DnUK,      Brtfti
���worfwtiara t-*r |J,M, Ainnl
wanif-l V,t\'i. t-r t��-tnj. Wnl
DOW "lost you forget."    Addn*
P Laughlin Mfg. Co.^|��
��
The B '_::
���.
the
��� . -.
ing- organization.
Interest is paid cn  Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::
''"'siness   Accounts, opened
o;: lavorable  terms.    ::j ".
INCORPORATED:iS55
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTt   .   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
I
The
AC'
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURB""r"~���
Triple screw,  14,9'': ton��.
S.S. MEGAMi .v^
Twin    screw,    li.voo   tons.
largest   and   most   modern,
commodation  equal  to any cross
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E, GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
B-1
Just the time for a New Suit!
Your old one is getting to look shabby. Our stock
of  Fall  Suits and   Overcoats  is  complete.
New   Patterns,   New Styles.
Detroit.
M. eslic Bldg.,
a..      60   YEARS'
JB_ EXPERIENCE
NOTICE
llavln_ disposed of the tna&agement
of the Xew Westminster opera house
to   Mr. \V. X. Carty, nil hookings and
accounts will be arranged nnd��� settled j
by hini.
HARRY TIDY.
The cut here produced shows our new Model 10,
.     Type Y.    A very fashionable suit for   a
young or middle aged man.
Prices in 20th Century Suits $20.00 to $32.50
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Anj  Design.
Furniture Hep.
Woodwork of All Ki'"1-"-
39 Alexander St.
Trade Marks
Design 3
Copyrights &c.
AtiTono nnnrtlng a sketch nnd desortptlon mej
^ntoltty fujcertuln our opinion free wliei.her an
Invention la probably natenfrMo.  Commnnlca.
tlnnnntrlctl. rnnaUentJul. HANUCOOK on Hatento
Try  a  "WANT"  ad
It will bring results.
ln  The  News.
junt froo. yldoat aoonc" for��ocurl"tfj'atcnin.
I'aioiiis taken sib_>ush Mnr.n X Xjo, rccclvs
i^t-n.ii notltr., without charge, lu tho
Scientific jhttrKftti.
A han.:. jmeiy lllij_.ratc.il weakly, Idirynst dr-
I'ulutlon -jf any nolentitle Jnnrnal, 'l'errns for
Cuu.n:a,.. i.73 n year, posta. c prepaid.   Bol4 b}
MiisS'R Cb.w��������--* Now Yort
UiaLcLi uaica. B26 F eu Waib'ogtoi. u. u
I
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
I
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   P��"csS
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro-
near The Daily News Co., uw^
Street.
Tim News-
Try   a   "WANT"  nd  ID   1I1C
It will bring results.
I i >*** **lta\\*-r*a**Mr
j.SDAY,
SEPTEMBER   13,
1910.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE THHP.K.
o^nk of Montreal
P^STABLISHED 1817.
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT     PROVINCE
AMERICA LEADS
CAPITAL   	
Sesebve 	
,,cs throughout Canada and
BrfSnd, anu In London, Eng-
:cl v. v York, Chicago and Spokane,
l!- ���   ;n(|  Mexico  City.    A  general
ID***' '  business    transacted.    Let-
P   , rredlt isBU.in.    available    with
telS loiHlc.its in    all    parts of    thc
*olld'i  ,= Hank njr��rtment���-deposits
8 .Id in sums ->r $1 ��"d upward,
Kinterest allowed at 3 per cent, pei
rdl"    i.rcsout  rate).
>DU",   Assets  over   $18(1,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
(1   d. BRYMNER, Manager.
$14,400,000.00J    ������^, ",0 annual meeting of the agrl-
11000,000.00 i cull 111:11 societies of British Columbia
hold In Victoria In January last, date
for the fairs thro 1 hout the I'io\Inei
were arranged as follows:
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Lee 'P*lo*l* *****     Barn 'p*on�� ���������'
T Columbia Street.
El|g��ge   delivered    promptly    to
I ��ny part of the city. /
Ut and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
I Gardiner & Gardiner
iF. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Koom B   Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
IN GOLD SUPPLY
First    Circuit.
Alberni      Sept. 14 and IB
Nanaimo     Sept. n; and IT
(*<>:nox      Sept. 22 and 23
Cowlchan        Sept. 23 and 2-1
The Islands  Sept   21
Victoria      Sept. 27 to Oct. 1
N.  and  S.  Saanlch Oct.. 7 and 8
Second   Circuit.
Coquitlam      Sept. 20
Maple   Ridge Sept. 21 and 211
Mission       Sept. 23
Agassiz        Sept. 27 and 28
Chilliwack      Sept. 20, 21 and 22
Third    Circuit.
N'lcola       Sept. 13 and 14
Armstrong      Sept. 22 and 23
Vernon        Sept. In to 17
Kamloops       Sept. 28 to ?.0
Kelowna       Sept. 20 and 21
Salmon   Arm    Sept. 21! and 24
Summerland       Oct. 17 and 18
Other Countries Show An Increase In Decade- Total
$400,000,000;000.
ione 681
Residence  Phone  133
0, S��x 395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
���II Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey      Sept. 27
Langley       Sept. 28
Eburne     Sept. 29 and HO
Ladner     Sept. 2:, and 24
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
JJ RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
Colonial   Block
ENGLISH 'WATCHMAKER
Gjid Watc'aea tor Ladies from .12/5
gents'
open face
case,
Elgin
Silver Watches
..00.
Silver Watches,   gents' op^n
|. .SO up.
Aeent    for    Waltbani   and
|fttch��B.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Ito Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Departures.
5:45���To Seattle, >ort Moody, Bar-
nett and VancotiTer.
8:00���To Vancouver.
H:15���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancouver and local points.
15:05���To St. Paul. Kootenay points
and  Sumas.
16:45���To Vancouver and local
points. Agassiz and  local points.
1H::?5���to Montreal and Okanagan
points.
20:SO���To Vancouver only.
New York, Sept.  12.���Nev t in the
: wm id's history  has there been such
an accumulation of gold as within the
.past  ten  years.
Iii 1900 the gold held by the United
j States treasury, the New York clearing   bouse   hanks   and    the    principal
banks   and  the  principal    banks    and
.governments   of   Europe  totaled   $2,-
195,350,193.    This amount has almost
doubled  since  then,  the  figures  now
! being $3,915,472,590,
Tbe United States treasury leads
both in tbe amount held and the Increase during the decade. The gain
has been $665,449,776, bringing the
Itotal to $1,078,629,033, while the New]
j York banks report an Increase of
$127,391,500, making an aggregate1
gain of $782 841,275.
Abroad,  the  most  phenomenal  -'c ;
cumulation of gold has been made by;
the  Russian  government, which  has
passed   the   Hank   of   France    in    thel
competition for the total", the Increase |
-has reached no less than $309,550,000,]
or almost SO per cent.    The Hank of ���
France has succeeded In bulldln3 up
its stock of the metal by $228,708,660. j
Tbe Imperial Hank of   Germany   lins]
gained   only   $60,709,760,    while    the
Hank of England shows an addition of
only    $32,832,820,    its   reserve   being
very small  in comparison  with oine,
countries,   although, ,of   course,   tho
banking conditions prevailing ln London do not exist elsewhere.
Since 1900, the world's production
of gold has reached the value of $3-
567,059,800, or almost exactly twice
the increase recorded by the leading
banks of Europe, by New York institutions and by tbe national treasury.
Nations' Gold Holdings.
Tbe following table shows the
amount of gold held in different countries:
I     Hanks l"0-
I England      $  ^'':. !!'*15
Opening of
Arrivals.
Montreal,
PALMER
(gasoline ENGINES
3Vj   to  25   11.  P.
2  and  4  Cycle.
Local   Agents
lestfoinster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The New Sternwhee>r
:4.''.���From    Montreal,    Vancouver, J
Port   Moody.
9:10���from    St.    Paul,    Okanagan,
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From     Agassi/.,     Vancouver
and local points.
16:16���From Vancouver.
IS: 45���From     Vancouver,
and  local  points.
20:40���Fiom  Vancouver.
22:02���From  Montreal    and    Nicola
, 1 olnts.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
>H.  C.   B.   FOSTER,  A.  G.   P.  A., Van
!     couver.
France      	
Germany      	
Russia      	
Austria-Hungary
Spain       	
Italy     	
Netherlands
National   Belgium
Sweden      	
Swltzerlan l
Norway      	
678,462,000
195 0511,750
7114.oiu.ono
276,890,000
$n -\i*.- nnn
193,855,000
4tj iiia.uoo
26,330,000
22.-.'40.000
30,815,000
9,870.000
Mrs. H. G. Moore has pleasure in
announcing tnat she will have her
Fall    Snowing    of    Millinery    On
Wed. and Thurs. Sept. 14 and 15
Tne exhibit represents the best efforts of the Leading Designers, ana
accurately depicts only the newest
and most fashionable vogues
d
S. S. PAYSTREAK |
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Com
fany's wharf, New Westminster, with
. lungers and freight as follews:
Uaios New Westminster Tuesday
Tlrarsday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, F
(ay and Sunday at 7 a. m.
first Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY MVIGAJIOJ. CO., Ltd
New  Wesli'TniUY.
WALSH SASH
& POOR  CO.
W. B. Walsh      W. E. Walsh, Jr.
Factory, 226 I4th St.
New Westminster,  B.G.
Phone 413.
We  make  a   specialty   of   fir
doors, steamed  and kiln  dried.
Total        $2,465,315,505 ;
Seatt'e New York clearing house
1    banks            371,523,000
United  States treasury..  1,078,629,033  I
Total        $3,915 472,598
More than one-fifth or all the gold
produced during t';e last ten years
has gone to swell the stock held by
tbe l'nited States treasury anl the
New York banks, the gross Increase
���"iving been $782,841,276, or almost
the amounl mined in tiie
States  dning  the  same   per-
HARRIET G* MOORE
548 Columbia Street New Westminster, B* C*
e actly
nlted
lod.
That
nance I
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds  of  Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon   and   Sixth   St.   New
Westminster B. C, Pbone 864.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
Westminster Private Hospital.
22:-. Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious niftllcai
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars sfibb' t;' Hospital. Telephone 7S5.
tbe    cotton    crop   will   be    ft-
this seaso i  without any  spe
cial   difficulty   and   without    causing
"tistht money" is the opinion of prominent bankers here.    A canvass made
of  the  leading  national  banks,  state
institutions     and     trust     companies I
showed   that  the   financial    interests I
are taking a  very optimistic view ofl
the solution of the problem, and that '
no fear is entertained   of a   possible j
rupture between  the foreign banking j
institutions and the Ameylcan banks. |
It ls felt that the English and continental  bankers  will agree to the rail- j
road   validation   certificate   plan,  and |
no unusual complications will arise lai
financing the cotton crop this season.
It is predicted that the traffic alll-l
anee between the Western Pacific r'r>d
the  Toyo   Klson   Kaisha   Steamship
;'9mp:;r.y.wlll uring on an InternatlOD
al freight rate war,   Tlie Southern Pacific traffic agreement with the steamship company terminates in January
naxt, when the one with the Western
[Pacific goes into effect.
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Results or a Jolly
7
7
7
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY  CO.
Commencing Sunday, August 21. the
'rain for Kootenay, St. Paul and Chicago will leave at 15:05 Instead of
16:26,
Passengers for Port Moody and
Barnet can leave at 16:45 and arrive
at Porl Moody at 18:27. Ed. Goulet.
"Sent. **
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
hi tn-
Hts;
A Good Thing is Sore to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(liapl* ******
Label)
i   �� mt **** doubla the
����� MlnlnK In f.tor eyery day.    Our *^J"LJS 0�� bere^e*.
P>ecedmK one.    Ths most heslthiul snd nutnuou.
��� TBI COWAN CO.. Ltd- TORONTO
ISOLDIERS    FORM    SUICIDE    CLUB.
-Military Authorities F."Si'. However, to
Identify  Members.
Berlin, Sept. 12.���The existence of
a suicide club anion, tbe soldiers cf
N'tireitihur. garrison bus been discovered. Recently a private shot
self for no apiaont reason,
death has been followed by that of a
lance corporal. j
The second tragedy as mystclous j
jas the first until among the dead
man's effects a letter was foun 1 stating that he and the previous suicide
belonged to a club, each member, of
which wns bound by oath lo die by
his own hand.
A riroroiiB search hy the military
authorities has fated to revepl the
k'.entuy of the remaining members of
this socioty.
BOYS   AND   GIRL   SMOKERS.
Penalties for All Parents Who Wink
at  the   Practice.
Milan, Sept. 12.���The royal commission   appointed   to   Inquire
causes  of  and  ret ^^^
crime  ln   Italy  recommends tne  government to forbid boys and girls under   sixteen   to  smoke   or  to   carry
smoking materials, while persons supplying    young   people    with    tobacco
shall be liable to a fine of $100.
Parents an.' gualdlans "winking" at j
smoking   among   their   charges
also be liable to prosecution.
Tbe commission further urges tbat I
teachers, employers the police and I
government inspectors should be em-'
powered to confiscate smoking materials found on children under . g�� tn
school?, workshops and public places.
     into   the
,-emedles  for  Juvenile ]
recommends tne
shall
The keystone of success in business is
judicious and consistent advertising.
The hard headed business man knows
what mediums to employ to make his
business better known���He uses the
columns of the daily paper, preferably
the morning newspaper.
The more easy going business man���the
man who likes being "jollied along"���
gives out his advertising to the smooth
tongued peddlar of bubble publicity
schemes.
One man gets results; the other gets a
"jolly". Where do you belong, Mr.
Merchant ?
The - Daily - News
Westminsters   Morning   Paper
! Bi
PACE POUR.
THE DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBEB .,
The Daily News
Published by The Dally .News Pn     -
lng Company, Limited, at -.'::��� lr ol
Corner   of    McKei :     Victoria
Btreets
E. A. Paige Managing  Director
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER   13.
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Home   Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    T3    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA   ST..  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
PAYMENT  0-   "lEMSEF.S.
T:    ... tbi '  ���-
ment ��� :  ���    '     ���-
-  ��� ���     ents
of the gener -    ���
ate. it Is i
3 to be paid
. . . ��� :
Into i -��� C ms   at   i
\ ,.;���_���     is ���     This ste]    -       ng
I nee of the ruling ol
the 1       ��� - t is known
i ���       ���
cislon  cf thi -     ��� '     ���
	
j-;   fun  3 to thi trtrmaair.TWC"f.��-.-Jgt,fairT' .T.MTI'"a,*rm.*t-L
THREE NEWLY ERECTED HOUSES
cn Edmonds Street, each on cleared lots and fenced,
1   water,  electric  light.   5c  car fare.     Frrra  $2.000
to 52,200.     Apply  to
Walker Bros.
EDMONDS   STATION
V-
t to arrive daily, making welcomi
iki - il
is colli ��� ���   I
and Inspect tbe new styles - even
.        . st tbe 1        - - ��� ��� even l
this being directly ii ��� .   ���
e en ht   ��������� eek, ii ne new wind i nno
sentative in -    ������
a lei y then ' '
rool ��� i
cording I     M        . "���        '��� ���' ���
:ve, ,tt
will enl ���
1 e claims
.   cannol   legal      -     I        leputa-
tion  to t       Hi C 3,    its
! rani i e v.ith   the
local ��� ouncil . . . tra
councils    are    beinf o   ed.    the
a tal lon fi     Qghting elec
tions  has  had to go."    II   i-   evident
that as a  resull    i I    the   judgment,
which apparently draws a distinction
hetween trade    purposes    which    are
legitimate    and     political     pur]
which   are   illegitimate,   that   I
unions will l>:    eti    ed fri
many purposes
to reg ird as   thi
work.
Ing tbe
fed e greal e U
��� -
'        ��� ' is to
- ..    i    |      -    -  ..
part:       This the      irt ruled I    ln-
���������':<:   ���:.������ -   :  .    -      - ly  I
tree win ol   i mem-
bei   thus  being  opposed  to I        constitutional principles of the state.
It is suggested, however, tl   T    the
general principle of payment of their
repre <nta'ives to parliament by trade
unions could he rendered legal by the
passing of a tjittasure authorizing the
remuneration of ali members of parliament and the payment of election
expenses. By this means any man,
whether poor or only possessed of
mo [erate means, would be ahle to enter parliament, as a free man. The
Westminster Gazette admits that thla
change in the principle of representation may be attended with some
sentimental reg e - but it. is far better Can leaving members to becon ���
pledgi bound l - le i ganlzation -.
and allowli:- the I ittei to usurp the
i un tlcn   oi I e - >n til ieni h
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Ph me 101 and order a nice roai: of
Sj ring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.    Y u can .-ure get it at
THE   NEW   COATS
���
IIP MS'   MkT?
MARKE
* ���$
COLUMBIA STREET
PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Princs Rupert"  and  "Prince George"
3.SCO   Tcs���12C   Feet   Leg���IB \   Knots
Leaves Vancouver   (Johnston's   Wrir1     VC'.DAYS   a-d   FRIDAYS
at   11   M   *-.';. fot   PRINCE   RUPERT   and   STEWART.
steamer i        -    .   -       ��� r ���  I   -. -   Rupert wil
.-���.-.      . : th, :
��� .-.���    :.     -.;    -    l( .     ;    :.:-..    .        el
Ires close ���       n at   Prince  Rupert  with
S.S.   PRINCE ALBERT   : r Massett, Kincolith, Naas Bay, etc.
Leaves  Vancouver  (Johnston's Wharf)   WEDNESDAYS AND  SATURDAYS   st   2   P.M.   for   VICTORIA   and   SEATTLE.
For rates, time tables, booklets,   and   full   information,   passenger
or freight, apply to
L.  V.  DRUCE, Commercial  Agent.     H.   G.  SMITH,  City   Pass.   Agent.
533 Granville Street, Vancouver.    Phone 7100.
GENERAL AGENCY, TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
Suits To Suit All  iastes
>
Everythi t and up-1 in this, est si
diagonal, Cheviot and ni - -   li   ��� tyles t
i       ell dres sed I idle i.   The ' ....
Stunning models tn             cf raisin,
el led and strapped effects.   Moderately priced, from..  i |
Busy Days in the Dress   Goods   Section
...            er, thi          e tt Is department al           i   I                                             at I
.ildren's scliool dr>      -         stock of i         Berg*         I Worsti
...    Fi :     dii     suits and                re have the largest and       I          ted     i   -     I ���������'.-���
in  the   city,   and fo     i     ning   or   aften             ear eur selection of i
E liennes, and Voiles are at ractire on account ol tbel     >            net      Ii   ,���   tl d in ited. 1
fro:::, i er yard    ": tc 52.50
CORPORATION    OF   THE    CITY   OF j
NEW    WESTMINSTER.   B.    C.
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RINGLINQ  TO   BUILD   RESORT.
Beattle, Sept. ;_ Constructing
nineti en mlli. il . tandard gauge ral -
road from the coai I exten on ol the
Chicago, Milwaukee & Pugel Sound
ratlroal to White Sulphur Springs In
Montana, and the erection of a palatial pleasure resort at the place, at.
a total expenditure ol Jl,80o,0oo, Is
the latest fad ol John Ring lng, head
of the fan ous circus bearing his
name. Word ol the vast undertaking
is brought to Seattle by G,  w. .Mor
row, general freight agent of the
Milwaukee Land company, who has
heen In Montana for three months.
Having for his hobby the creation
of an ideal health and outing resort
in the Montana hills. Mingling did not.
wait for a railroad to open the district, but let a contract for a standard
gauge line of railroad, which win
serve a new an 1 virgin territory. The
road is to be completed by December
1. and the roadbed is to be solid, on
which will be laid heavy steel rails
of the grade used by the Milwaukee
road on its transcontinental line.
Tl <��� hotel is to be a veritable pal-
��� costing (300,000. The railroad
will ar--, lt Is estimated, $1 500,000.
in ordering tbe hotel, .'tin.Iin. said
be wanted the Bnesl building of Its
kin-l  in the whole Northwest.  ���
General Freight Agent Morrow says
the i   nstructloi   of the   railroad    by
Ringllng wlll    bring into   < . tivatlon
���-     ; -  ol  Qne farming   and
gl azil g  land.
VISITS  FAMILY AT CHESTER.
Hon.  W.  S.   Fielding   Will   Not   Reach
Ottawa for Ten   Days.
Ottawa, Sept. 12.���Hon. W. S. Fielding,  who    returned    yesterday    from
Europe,  disembarked  at   Quebec  and
J went directly to Chester to visit his
family.    He is not expected in Ottawa
for ten days    or   a fortnight.    It    js
;stated  officially  that  until  his return
I there   will   be  no  reciprocal   negotiations with Washington.    The premier
|says   he  is   ready  to  negotiate,    but
it is denied that, he has taken any in-
jitiatlve.   Whether Mr. Taft will move
I at once or await the conclusion of the
election campaign remains to be seen.
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER,
Strikers  Return  to  Work.
V.'lt ��� ��� ��� ���    12.���The return to
- of the brii klayers and masons
on Petei Lyall conti acta on Saturday v..,-. certain Indication chat trouble between the inlon and the Build-
-;- ' ���-.'; had been srnothed
over.
Tenders for Sidewalks.
The corporation is desirous of receiving tenders for concrete sidewalks on Alexander, Begbie, Lorne,
McKenzie, Sixth. Church and Clarkson streets. Plans, specifications and
further particulars can be obtalneJ
from J. W. B. Blackman, city engine- r. Tenders to be delivered to the
undersigned not later than five o'clock
on September 19. 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
September 12, 1910.
Tenders   for   Sewer   Construction.
The corporation is desirous of re-1
ceiving tenders for the laying and j
construction of about ten CIO) miles
of sewers on the Eighth street sewer-
age system in the city of New Westminster. Further particulars and
plans can be obtained from J. \V. B.
Blackman, city engineer.
Tenders will he received by the undersigned up to five o'clock p. m. of
the  2<;th  inst.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A.   DUNCAN.
City   Clerk.
City hall, September 10,  1910.
i SSf^BB FITTINGS
SHOW CASES
I
LAND   ACT.
D s-
New Westminster Land  District
trict   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice   that John    Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson    Island.    OCCUp tlon
farmer,  intends  to  apply   for  perm Is-1
sion to purchase the   following    described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile northeast from tfcs
head of Billings bay, and aboi'l I"
cha!n�� easterly from tbe southeast
cornp- of timber lot number 3T341,
thence north 40 chains, thence east 1
40 chains, thence south 4u chains,
thence west 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1910.
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
t
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh  and Cerllne.
PHONE ��"3
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JEWELRY
Our stock of jewelry In Gold, Silver and  Gold  Plated la the mosl
complete ever shown ln Westminster.    Call and be convln ���
Chamfoerlin's JEX"LEER
Agents for the Howard, Ball, Longines and   Hamilton  Watches.
Official time inspector for C. P. Ry.
ADVERTISE   IN THE  DAILY  NEWS
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CHILLIWACK.
Devastation   By   Fire
BURNABY.
1910.
Chilliwack, B.C., Feb. 10,
Messrs.  White. Shiles k Co.
Gentlemen,���I am enclosing receipts
for the amount of our insurance,
($5,600.00) in full on the Steamer J.
P. Douglas, which was deslroved by
flre last montli, and wish to thank
you and the Companies, (Phenh and
Connecticut, for tlie very satisfactory manner you settled our loss. .' . ,
Yours faithfully,
(Signed I    A. B. YATES, Mgr.
WHITE   ROCK,   B.C.
12, llilu.
Sept.
White. Shiles & Co.
The fire here extends from the G.
N. R. station for about four miles.
Store and live residences burne 1 up,
mil] and Ocean Park property in danger.
fsigned) ROBERT koe.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
1910.
September li
Messrs.  White, Sillies  &. Co.,
Gentlemen. ������ Please accept my
thanks for yoUT exceedingly prompt
settlement of my (ire Insurance claim
in connection with the fire that took
place at my office last night.
(Signed i     KICMARl) G. DINGLE,
under tl
���s    PolI<
Burnaby. B.C., Sept. 8
Messrs. White, Shiles & Co.
Gentlemen,���1 beg   to acknowiea
receipt of your clieipie tor $1,��01
full settlement of my claim
Connecticut   Fire   Companj
upon my duelling and contents, i
el August L'lith.
Please accept   my thanks foi
prompt and satisfactory . etUi':"1'"'
this claim.
Sincerely yours, .
(Sgd.)    GEORGE   BVEJIY'CLAJ "
vour nrra
"XW��-7W7y-_7"T7E?-,--��r55^*J-
,ESDAY, SEPTEMBER  13, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
STAY IN VANCOUVERmm T0 syiT m ���
" ' . Rank  P'   '   "   ���   ���-������.������ as Sporting!
ien    Will    AmVG   at      Comment in Montreal Paper Tells
atiOIl    at   S   O'clock of "F~'-& Telegram."
: irning.
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Nation-
:. iis, champions ol I e N     Is jui .
���   \:;~   ffr lUl'  ;'1":, ' bodj   knows, |   .        |    pub.
.   to  arrive  m   Vancoui ��� . ,h '""
I    o'clock    this    ; nd wide as newi      Th��
.   not   notified   the   offici itreal
intentions, but ll is sup- Star ol           ��� :.,:,   win account   .
���  the-   will  stay in  Van e above n
,.  Badminton, the one ��. ,.,
������  'alse  men ge was n     I ed  by
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SEPT. 16
Fun!
rence & Sandusky present the  Screamingly
Funny Comedy
By Rex Beach and Paul Armstrong.
ONE YEAR AT BELASCO THEATTE NEW YORK
Great Comedy Cast  -  All Special Scenery I
e Montreal  players.
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City Location at Mouth of
Skeena River Has Deep'
\'. ater Facilities.
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ROS8E    TOO    ROUGH
TE  0? AUSTRALIANS
Tl e   lew;   j-      ��� i    I
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put   upon i v-    J,
and   Lis   Vai couvi ii i.
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���. -asTwrr*^f v wtv ;amBTw;TiBP im \ a.irum*
���am:      One   of   tl c
i    Australian con     I   e
e toi     of ,
:rn ��� yi ago
tsti ,.;i tn   i .it.  is   hi
��� nt, looking up the ti
��� i tn.   He saj s i hai T
talk  ot  taking  a  team  to
-   puie  i'>:.    Bui as'  cn   .
my is exhau ted com] lete-
���   >> ould Australl ���
lo with anything managi d
but they wain no moi -   ���
osse   teams.    Tl e;   lll;< il
themselves, bul  the article
���'��� they pul up was too iouj h
Australian rules and   tastes.
.--es here for close c impeti-
>it'll there dirty  work. The
game i-s on the b une plane
English, and  it   will  uev >r
te to the Canadian stjle un-
. o  I    ;    difl li nil   PO'n    can  i ipplj.  i nd  ri c ignltlo
ilma     ���      - rams sent ' :   '"''     '""   only
om 1 eft'eel thai  ''���"" '
���   ���   I       were  u it   satlsl icl iry,  bul   ',a>sl'"i'
in wi Ittng thai they have n i hesitation in stating thai tlie company have
secui e I   t he  only
that   will   afford
>
: lie tow ti dii i   tly op
-whei e pi l mghi
Lhe Ni      \..   -      .ster  1;r;''-"   bul   fro       :  .amel     '
,, m ln thl8 whose testlmonj is offered disinte ���
i      . ���. ���'i  thai   P.   D.   Rosa edlj  '" 1:"' Promoters of the town
ire wl range  to  as-     <-aPtalna   ��     '"���" , ' ��� (1"' ("   ���'��� '<���
the challenge     that all was well. steame,a ��n
Although  the  Vancouver exhibition
mentioned ll  la presumed that  the
N.-.\  Westminster exhibition is meant,
as the    Vancouver   show   Was   over
some time ago.    Perhaps the eastern
v i Iter did ni t know that, or perhaps
he though!  thej   were going to have
another, or perhaps he thought  that
.\ev.-    Westminster    made    a    picnic
ground out of Vancouver and held its
exhibition on Hastings street.    How-
ei er,   it   does  not   mut ll   matter   what
be thoughl  for   the    statements    he
makes are aboul thi  mosl foolish that
ever found their way  into print.
ft"srsrirr"s insurance man is quick
is played there in the winter
is taking hold on the univer-
hich are then  In  session.
.TON   CURLING  CLUB
ELECTS ITS OFFICERS
IN SETTLING FIRE CLAIM
aton, Sept, 12.���Tho annual
of ihe Capital  Curling cluh
. iii the hoard of trade offices
.--tteet last night. There was
lance of about, fifty at tlie
and the greatest enthusiasm
wii both by the old members
prospective curlers.
I lowing officers were elected
niing year: Patron, Hon. C.
. honorary president, R. Se-
esident, Mr. . Turnbull; lirst
; lent.  Mr.  McKenzie;   second
-ident, M. Cowan;    secretary.
:.  Mr.  Webb;     chaplain,    Dr.
W. ��� i
-��� ions for the executive com-
::'!"    ere numerous.   The "following
n were selected: Messrs. Mc-'
Fraser, Childsworth, Hell and |
Umpires,  Messrs. Young and
I -
K-Q,
I
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Bt.
Mr. Alfred W. Mcl.eod received a
letter yesterday which certainly.
allows that the prompt manner In
which he and his companies settle insurance losses is appreciated. The
letter follows:
I    New Westminster, Sept, 12, 1910.
A. \V.  McLeod, Esq.,
The Insurance Man, Clly.
Dear sir.���I beg to acknowledge ro-1
ceipt of cheque In payment of loss by
lire   which  occurred   In   my   premises
last  night, and certainly  must  thank
iyou  for the prompt   manner  in  which
the  claim   was   adjusted   and   settled,
It being the first claim settled.
Yours truly.
(Signed)      RICHARD  DINGLE.1
The  loss referred  to occurred    lute
Sunday evening,   nnd was
1 li ce  ol   Coreshoi e
1   landing    at     any
'stage of the tide, and it will certainly
be a source ol very greal satisfaction
to know that the vexattous delays of
the past in watting for a tide to get
alongside of the dork will soon he a
thing ot the past.
The company realizes Its opportuni
ties and a dork will he built  to accommodate all classes of Bhlpplng, All
boats on the northerly run enter the
Skeena   both   ways,   and   Hays pint   is
ithe natural transfer point hetween
ocean going steamships, and the large
I fleet  of steamships on the Skeena.
In  addition  to    its    natural  advantages in regard to deep water and convenience Of call,    it  is    n practically
loyel   townsite.  iind   has  a   never  fall-
jinn stream 0? pure mountain    water.
j while a Bystem will be pul in at the
'expense of the townsite owners. The
telegraph line already runs   through
I lhe property, and an office will be
opened for the convenience of the
pmbllc,
I     The situntinn is all  that  can  he de.
I sired, the company will do all that
lies within Its power to develop the
I possibilities and make them actualities: to make Hays-porl the first, port
on deep water where rail meets keel
Scots to  Revisit  Homeland.
Edinburgh, Sept. 12, ��� Charles
A. Douglas, of Washington, is In Edinburgh making arrangements for an
organized     tour   of     representative
Scotsmen In  Canada and  the    United
idjusled   States   through   Scotland  during   next
tnd paid early Monday forenoon.
Bals. Last Chance Tonight.
erta  und   Balmorals are du?
'Mn_s 111 > in  a  ball same    at
park   this   afternoon   at   5:30
I'nless the Balmorals happen
���    'his game this will not have
anee of coming out at the up
:   the  league  and  so  it    is
���  they will have the strong-
they can muster. Alt Turnei
mile    the    indicator    unless
happens.
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NEW JEWELLERY STORE
Fowler'e Famous Brand
20c Per 21b Iin
An Excellent
Substitute for
Jam or Butter
Appetising
Wholesome
Nutritious
TRY A TIN
B.C. Mills
Timber  and  Trading
C
o.
^'Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR.  LATH,  SH1-NGLES.  S/VSH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Boy   137
******
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
City Fathers Avoid
Exciting Subjects
I Continued From Pa. e One)
lie-.
to the hospital again yet
iiis Injured arm is not  heal-
���   i i cted it would nnd an
be necessary befoie he
i|;:       ��� 'lie use of his arm.   He has '
I " il the hospital for more than
1 ,i!it   has carried his arm  in
IL' ���    ince be fell off the el ������
I ile some   time   ago.    He'
I, ��� played lacios.e again
'���t nny event.
C��MES TO  CANADA'S   MINT.
It
���*~* Gold   Refiner    from    Philadel-   *
p , Phia Engaged. j $
\i['' '���������'���''-i-i    Sept.   12.���The   Cana-li
Is" mt  has decided to    in-!*
Isold ��� '-"'will process of refining | *
on, .!  '  " '"int at. Ottawa.   To carry ; ���
I,'.   er purpose, they have selected j
L,,'   ,;  P   Morgan, assistant melt.er
t, .     ; ,r ;if  the  Philadelphia mint.'
U..'"        *  a  gold   refining   system j
I I : e(l��al    the highly    perfected '������ >
Is;,; peratlon  here.    Mr.  Mor- '
: es tor Ottawa today, is
! salary equal to what he. J
���   With the promise of an I
to,
I. .
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In
p tlafc  subject.    Be  will
I ������'���   the    conditions
Kin , :! become
-   on  condition   tbat  be
he
a subjei I   o'
OPENING   ANNOUNCEMENT **
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S. E. EDWARDS (late with W.C. Chamber- ���
lain) opens out on Thursday, Sept.  15, at J
445 Columbia Street, Dean Block, a new i
and complete line of the latest, most up-to- j
date, and chaste stock of Jewellery ware. }
All kinds of clock and watch repairing done        ���
promptly.   Eyes tested free. I
\
NOTE THE ADDRESS
S. E. EDWARDS
445 Columbia Street
Next to Muir's Drug Store
Contractors and
House Builders
li
ne
y**Je nave a full
Builders  Hardware in
of   the   Best
tnis City.
Before Building See Us, as -we   believe   -we   can   save   you
Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
money.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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*       A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
Diamond Rings from     $15.00 to $200.00
Pearl Rings from  i '  $2.50 to $15.00
Hings with assorted atones as pearl   and  diamond,  pearl   and. ruby,
suitable tor engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
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New Westminster
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Referred to light committee for   re
port.
city Engineer 3. w. H. blackman
asked for permission to borrow 1200
feet of 12 Inch pipe from Richmond
municipality so that the contractor
oOuld fay the pipe line to the city
boundary before the wet weathor set
In.    Permission was granted.
A largely signed petition asked for
sidewalks from Thirteenth to Fourteenth streets on the south silp of
Seventh avenue, nnd on the east, fide
of Fourteenth street from Seventh
avenue to Nanaimo street. The sidewalks would give access to the new
West Knd Presbyterian church on flip
corner of Seventeenth avenue and
fourteenth street. Referred to the
hoard of works for report.
V.  O.   Hilodeau  was    granted    permission to raise the. sidewalk on Beg-
| hie  street  In order  to allow   him  to
! proceed with alterations to the Wind-
jsor hotel.
F. McCiihbon asked for water to use
I while he was building a couple of
houses on Fourth street. Mr. McOub-
I bon was present and backed up his
letter by a few statements. The request, was referred to the water committee to act.
J. R. Knight applied for a sidewalk
on Fifth avenue between Eleventh
and Twelfth streets. Referred to the
board of works for report.
' John Reid wrote Btatlng that the
city had made an error in assessing
hlm for taxes on lot 1,- block 13, Columbia street. Referred to the finance
comuiltt.ee for report.
Is Your
Home
Insured?
If not',' why not. take out a policy  In  one  'of 'the Independent  flre ,
Insurance companies I represent ? ....
The cost Is so small that you cannot afford to take the risk.
These companies are noted for their low rates, and   the   prompt
manner which they pay their losses. ����� -
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
i i<ni it i-1     -i
Phone 62 PAGF SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
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TUESDAY, 6EPTEMBP
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOaRD OF TRADE���NEW VYKST-
minster Beard of Trade meets ;n trie
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on tlie tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at 3 p.m. Annual
mee-.lngs on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Rocm   6.  Guichon  Building.
Phone   6S1
CUT THEIR HEADS OFF
FOR CHIMES IN CANADA
EILLIE   BURKE  TO  WED
���idoner   W
II   Be   Bridegroom.
Reported.
It   Is
J.
NEWSOME & SONS
Paint
An-erican   Writes   to   Renira    Clergyman Asking if Report to That Effect   Is  True.
ters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
PRINTERS.
^WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers
Phone 55, P. O. Box 14*J- Old
Dally  News Block.  Sixth street.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin. Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone L615.
Estimates Giver.. Phone 567
214   Sixth   Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C.
LABOR AGENTS.
AGENTS'
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMfc
STEAD   REQULATIONS.
COAST    LABOR   AGENTS I    MAN A-
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street.
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up. wire ot
write if unable to visit us.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. BARKIS-
ters and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Wbtteside, H.
L. Edmonds,
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices. Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver at
flees. Williams building. 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C:
A. Whealler. W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT.
Accountant. Tel.
Trapp block.
AUDITOR AND
R liS.    Room.
R. T. PRINCE. EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, city,
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
COSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy wQifc, ousiness
letters, etc. Coumbis street. Telephone 62.
WH TE   SHILES   ic  CO
R^tC Estate  Md   Insnran e   Agents���
(->>..    .   . .      . |   j       .    q propert;
--���    nd Ut, Colombia Bt
TAILORS.
CALV;n. LADIES' AND MENS TAl
lorirg. A d--w A:.- ���:.'. S: :.:.���. - ��� "���
fng jost En. Bitton making, press-
;.-. - and repairing. 46 Lome street
Pbone B 608.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
Any available Dominion Lands witfi.
ln the railway bait lu British Columbia, may be bomesteaded by any person wuo is the sole head oi a tainiiy
or any mule over IS years of age, i*
tie extent of one-quarter section *t
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be maoe personally at
the local land office for the district
ln which tbe land is situate. Eatry
by proxy may, however, be made 0B
certain conditions Dy the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or sis-
!ter of an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls required te per-
jform the  conditions  connected  therewith   under   one    or    me    following
plans:
(1)    At least six months" re���.ldeaee
;opon  and  cultivation  of  the  land  on
I ach year for three years.
j    (2) If the father i or mother, if tn? ,
father Is decas^di, of the homesteader j
resides upon a farm In  the  vicinity of
the land entered for. the requirement!
as  to  residence  may   be  satisfied   *J
such person  residing  with  the father
or mother. swered it
(3) lf the settler has his persaaiea;
residence upon farming land owiei
by him ln th'e vicinity of his Borne-
stead, the requirements a< to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
tbe said land.
Six montns' notice In writing shsnU
jbe given to the commissioner of  Do
minion   lands  at  Ottawa  of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leas?d for a period of twenty-one
years at an annua; rental of $1 p*r
.acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall be leased to one individual o*
company. A royalty a: the rate 01
(five c^-nts per ton shal! Ve collected
cti tbe merchantable coa! mined.
W W. CORY.
Deputy o'. the M'.nls'r- c; tne Interior
Regina. Sept. 12.���There are many
.peculiar stories spte.il through the
United States about Canada, but one
of the latest to come to light is the
worst yet. The systematic campaign
of misrepresentation which is being
carried on by some newspapers and
railways on the other side of the border has reached proportions where it
becomes almost alarming, were it not
that the class of stories being published is extremely silly. The last
man hear 1 from is one who belives
that for crime. Canadian laws demand
a man's head cut off.
Rev. G. Harmon Jcnes. assistant
secretary of Social and Moral Reform, yesterday received a letter
which is almost grotesque in its absurdity.    It is as  follows:
Crescent. Okla.. August 88, 1910.
Rev. G. H. Jones. Regina:
Kind Sir���I met your wife at Guthrie. Okla., waiting for a train and I
asked her if I were to write to you
would you answer. She thought you
would. I bave heard so much talk of
Canada that I want to know for myself. Will you please write me. letting re know the conditions of the
country. They tell me that when a
man Ves a bad crime they cut his
her! of. I want to know if that is
true. I enclose a two cent stamp for
reply.    7'.-:_e answer soon.
Yours truly.
W. A. HEATH.
Needless to say,  Mr. Jones consld
ered it hardly worth while to corr >ct
such  absolute  ignorance  as   was  dis-'.
played in the letter.    He has no: an-���
; :: | d, P< ' ' l-'.���About next
January the Rialto will witness two
weddings thai promise to be of much
.!;-t:is- among tneatrlcal people.
Next montli Captain Frank Gary
. nd Nicholas Jervls Wood, veiling
i. ndoners, will sail for New York to
we I Miss Billie Burke and Miss Pauline Chase. Miss Burke will be mar-
ried early in January, and it is be-
lieved M:ss Chases wedding will follow in a few days later. The prospective .looms are well known club
men.
'Let good digestion wait on appetite, anl heat
They will if you take
NA^rM^PERI
They correct stomach disorders, assist dire ���
living again for the victim of dyspepsia. 50c. a I
not stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mall ther     '
| National Drug and Chemical Company of Canada. IJmitfd
Send Unemployed to Canada.
London, Sept. 12.���Lord Brassey,
who has announced that the piese.it
is his last voyage, has been studying
the problem of emigration in its relation to Canada. He believes that the
difficulty surrounding unemplov ment
in England can be settled by Bending
an increasing number of young men
overseas.
Railway Time Tables
6   C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneoule.
Cars  leave Vancouver  for  New  West,
minster at 5:G0, 6:i0, 7:20 and 8:00 i
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until li:30 p.m.
Cars leave New  Westminster for Van  |
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
S:00 a.m., and every half hour there-
after until  11:00 *>.m.
S-ind.y  Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every   half   hour    thereafter   until
11:3d p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Va:
couver at 5:00 a.m.. and pv<ry half
hour thereafter  until  11  p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   N'ew   Westminster   at   7
hour until 11 p.m.
NOVEL ATTRACTION
COMING ON FRIDAY
a.m. and everil
Cars  leave  Vancouver  at
every hour until 10 p.m.
On   Sundays  cars   leave   Westminster
at 8 am. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,
Westminster.
a.m. and
New
Rex    Beach's    Unusual    Pay    "Gciig
Some''  Is   Heralded  as  a   Mirth
Provoker of  High  Order.
N.I
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ItOVAL   CITY
ers idd  dyers
phone   R278
dirt and  dust
CHEMICAL   CLLAN
345 Columbia street.
The   place   wher?   lb*
1*  removed  from   lhe
fibre���no:
for and  'I'
;;re. sied   in.
Ihvred.
Goods callea
Vernon, September :". 16 itA
. rrrstr^ng. Pertcnber 22 aed 21
f-V-o-na. September ;'P and 21.
Salr?:<-n Arm. September 2?, and
Vancouver,  August   15  to  .9
Isive.
Victoria,   September
ber l.
Vew   Westminster, Oe'ober  4  to  S
I inclusive.
24.
Incl o
to    Octo
LIVKRY   sT��iiLL.
KiNc.   UP    iu"    nn.
smart   turno.it.     The
bles.
fi^hion   Sta
FISH   AND   GAME.
L. ,\h,l.\ H. AYLi.NO. KISH. KHI.ll.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next  to  Bank of Montreal.
WOMJMENTAL WORKS.
.. C. MONUMKNTAL WORKS, JAS
McKay, manufacturer tt** lm. arter
of mounmental tombstenes. bu'-lfting
s��one. etc. Satisfaction FTlaraareea
fViinmbla  street.  New  Wewtmlnst**
A unique anl novel attraction wlll
be "Going Some," v.-..i . makes its
first loe..i appearance on Friday at ths
opera house, bringing along a bevj
etty   girls    and    a   bunch    o:
cleverest purveyors   of light    c
ever  shown    in  v..:-    city.    I..-,  el
and Sandusky bave done wonders    in
ti.e    selection   of the   casi
b trie environment wi 1 be
order.
The  story of the  play  i-  ce ided!}
new and the fjur acts fairly ove I
with frolicsome fun anj jollity.    Cow-
punchers and  college  hoys  and   girls
figure  in  the palpable  plot  and    the
famous Rex Beach    anJ    Paul    Arm
strong comedy was never better pre-
Bested   than  during   the  ptesent  season.    Success greeted  t!>e production
from   the   very  start   and  the   ieason
ifor this success lies In the fact that
all the comedy is absolutely .new   and
i original.    Nothing of the same order
I of merit  has yet  hsu  a hearing  and
���consequently    this    merry    marathon
comedy triumph  is  filling the    opera
houses    everywhere    with    delighted
patronage.
Great   Northern   Railway.
Leaves     New     Westminster
a. m. arrives Seattle 11:05 p. m.
Leaves    New     Westminster
a.m.;   arrives   Seattle  .1:15  p.m.
Leaves     New      Westminster
p.m.;   arrives  Seattle ?:40 p.m.
Leaves    New     Westminster    1
a.m.:  arrives Se.ittle 7.35 a.m.
Leaves   Seattle   8:05   a.m.
New Westminster 2:60 p.m.
Leaves Seattle  1- :2y>  p.m.;   arrives
New \S'estmir.s"er i':L'5 p.m.
Leaves   Seattle  4:35  p.m.
New Westminster P:27
Leaves Seattle 11:45
New Westminster 0:30
Fit-Reform Suits make a search
for anything better a waste of time
If you want the best there is, there is no bsoii
why you should not have it.
p
p. tn.
p. m.;
a. to,
8:1*
10:30
4:30
arrives
arrives
arrives
Fit-Reform   prices   are   within  every
income ��� and   Fit-Reform   styles   are
correct.
gentleman 5
unfailingly
G.
Leaves
'���: :   Sunday
r-'-d-:<:\   3:50
Guichon 6:30
Leaves
N.   R.���Port Guichon.
New Westminster dai:>. ex-
from   b'-idee   passenger.
p. rn.;    arrives   at   Port |
p. m.
Above, we show two
season���on the left is
other,   is  the
Sack". Both are made in
imported Worsteds and English,
Scotch and Irish Tweeds.
of the new models for this
the
Young  Man s
are made
^^^^    Port    Guichon    8-01
daily, except Sunday
Westminster bridge
10:20 a.m.
a. m.
��� "rlves at New
a    ��n:rer station
$13. to $35.
Straight Front"-the
�� FIT-^
k REFORM}?
1.9,
G.   N.
R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   0:00   a. m;   arrives
bridge  passenger  station.  New Westminster,   10:20   a.m.    daily   execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster
passenger station 3:50 p.m.:
Sumas 8.00 p.m. dally
biidfi e
arrives
except Sunday.
M. J. FHILLIPS
Sole   Aj?ent    ;n   New   Westminster
FURNITURE
/,    !-.    KALE8,   THE   FUHMTUltt
Dealer. Upholsterer and Undertaker
corner Agnes tmd McKenzie s.reels
Phone 17G,  night ral!  Sl.
I
Repa-
HOTELS.
KINO'S
Phone
date  in
HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA   ST.
IS.    Newest and most up-to-
the city.   Teims moderate.
First class i-iiisine.  .1. Trachy, Prop.
HOTEL LYTTON���617 FRONT ST.
Phone 10:i. Comfortable accomodation. Terma moderate. McLeod &
Watkins. proprietors.
the
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer. 420 Clark-
son stieet i behind liui r iilock).
Furniture made aud repaired. Mission furniture,In fir and oak.
O
VMITV   LODGE   NO
ihe regular meetings
*re held In Odd Pel
WOODWORKING.
fe'J. S'iAUMSTEtt vVuouwuilviao
Go., itau.ti, office and store htlings;
cabinet, .atair. showcases, mumei;
and dftai; work. Designs and estimate* Iurulshed. J. Urookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Llev^nth
and car Hoe. P. O. boa 2&1, pnone
473.
^^^^*-****l������������*m
of this  lod_t
 ^^^^^      Hows'  IInll. f-o:-
ner Carnarvon and Eighth streets
every Monday evening at s o'clock
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. 11 West, N.O ; W. C
recording secretary;
ul.I,   financial   secre
Coatham, P.O.
J-   VV.   Mac-Don
tart
FAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING
1 HtiOslON. WALL PAPKH, KOUM
Moui(|ln��s. Burlaps, and Sanltaaj
bouse painting, Jialsomtnlng, paper
hanging and fc-corat!ng. bixto
���treet.  New  Wf stall nster.
syniiei?
SOAP���jk
meets you half-way���dees 9
all yoar work In half the I
time if you follow directieas.   |
MACHINE   WORKS.
ie, SCHAAKE MACHINE HuuivaT
Limited. Front *tre��t, JMew wesu,
minster. Mnoufacturera ot modem j
aniv and shingle niU] aiflcninery, !
MID planta and s_. cMp&tions pre- |
jmreti
DEPORTING    BABY.
I Three  Countries  Interested   ir
triation  of Child.
Berlin, Sept. IU.���A  curious case of
| a lost baby is at  present   exercising
the  Bavarian,  Austrian x-r.'J   iiungt.r-
-lan police.   Two years ago a man ap-
lettiel    at    a    Munich     police    st-i-
jtion with a bay boy who. he said, had
been  left in his charge by a woman
! who had not returned to reclaim
The man tl.ea disappeared, leaving
[a false   name   and   address.    It  was!
afterwards disrwered  that  he  was  aj
Hungarian an.l the fat! er of the chil 1. j
Negotiations weie thea o;en0fl   wlt*�� 1
Nungary, -.-iy -,. .:< -.- I , the tcy's e*t [
pulsion as   an    "undesirable   alien."'
IThe offer of a wealthy Munich manu-j
ntcturer to adopt the   child,   though
strongly supported by t:.c Hungarian
! .slice ofricla:s, was sternly rcje :ti -' I
iThe negotiations occupied two years.!
| Then   the   child's   explusion    was
length  determined   ui.on and  the
'faflt was sent to the frontier.
An Austrian gendarme next con- j
������eyed the urchin to Hungary. There j
however,    a    Hungaiian   policeman
I rlAlM ivlb
��� '*_?     , ��� (V,vf -*z*.
'e just completed our first   year'*   business,
at
In-
j mysteriously lost him, and
jof all  three countries  are
j pied in searching for tlu:
..'���nt.
the nr
i<ie i;
. ow ooeu-
BIG   LABOR
Sunllgfit Soap-abselutely
pure-saves clothes from In.
ury-hands from roughness-
l.fe from   f-\    drudgery.
UJUUAilW
CONGRESS
OPENS      \/a\
BRITAIN i
MUWd
FIRE  APPLIANCES.
J IRE KXi'INGUISlV;KS. THE LA'. ���
*******���&, Ore flph��ng apparatus,
H.    Hants    &   Co..   Ivivery
,   C'cl trobia street.    Phone 65(1,
b'<K'l;,
flaS_fS_:    KnKl    Se;^    12- - The!
! X^ffsTj ff  Mstory
IS   ."'��   opening     Jg***^	
ie  Mstory i
e-e today, [
President I
a return to the tax
,c   which   -Vrta   taken j
ecision  In tf'6   Oshorn I
condc.'/ifted   sec- \
Great
his
Haslan demanded
levying priviie
away in the r
<?ase.    The r
tional strlk'    -Pealf��r
Hxclterr     *'  '
ing of 0     **ni- wns caused at thG itytn
delegat'     e conBr*BS ''>' an unldentlflel
of we'    -*' w^�� objected to the nddresi"
jjarl      .come made by Lord Mayor, lb
ro!.     /of  Fitzwllllam.    'The   deles?
(������      e to his feet shouting   a (Iftntiiy   i
'.     *m at the earl, declaring hint ap'   (.,
/any   to   labor.     The   delegate
.Quieted and the Lord  Mayor fi;
/ his nddrcss. - ���    .
Woj_v
��� we take thin opportunity of thankirg the public for their liberal patronage. Our buainets has
aurpasted all expectations. We believe in telling
furniture at Fair Prices and the public realize this
Our large stock is complete in every detail, and we
are now in a position to handle orders of anv size
Estimates given for   Contracts.
Denny & Galloway
Reliable Home Furnishers
PHONE 588 43-45 Sixth Street, New Westminster
:shed
J
> pSDAV, SEPTEMBER   13. 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE   SEVEN.
..done by us gives the ut-
'ost satisfaction. Ourequip-
jt is modern. The Latest
lr.-'
-. in a collar and cuff
Invent!
jachine has been installed.
Hjeall) Economic, Prompt,
lyhite labor only employed
loyal City Laundry
Phone 183
ew
Welling
ii a
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
wkwrn t ��� '9ssd vj * m n
NOTICE      REGULATING      VEHICLE!
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All   persons  usin^  Columbia  Btreet
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested in beep to the left hand side
ol  the ear track  while proceeding in
���    direction.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE,
Acting City  Clerk.
City Hall, August 12. lino.
���tusobs
NEBRASKA MAN CHARMS
COYOTES WITH VIOLIN
Jchn  Peterson  Proves Old  Adage that
Music  Calms the  Savage
Breast.
The
Roya! Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid   Up
Reserves    	
..$5,000,000
. .$5,900,000
lanadian Pacific
Railway
Chilliwack
s
Agncu
Exhibition
Do you  w nt to  Increase
'.'    Thet; see
your
^AUNDER
FOR
I
ixwimhiiiwiii *^'*aGixjaj��KmMtf-miHm^anzm
I��� ��� i     of e\ cry desi i Ipt Ion.
spe -laity.
703 Columbia Sireet. Phone 766.
The Bank bus Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific: in Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New Yoik
and   London,   England.
Correspondents In till parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L. M.  RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
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esacEEQiwtaaa
Pi
empsatEng
A Trip
o
i Sale Sept. 10 to 21
. good to return up ��� I "�� &.Iir��pe ".'
i    1      o     f   <) 1 I    If so, you  will  want the very best
I includes oept. ~��.        Cedar    Fir  and HosrICCk lhat be offered  for your    money,
' " and it does nol  matter what class of
D Qfj[ THIRD Firs-tcl1 a; Driedstock
��� : ROUND TRIP "���"""
EP. GOULET,
Manager.
,  .      .  the
ery of all
t   I'.- les',    I ��� .
���*  I
If you want to build,
now is y >ur time, tell us
your want?, our price
will suit
THE ROYAL LINE
will All your wants. First, Second i nd
In i lon  is   unex-
���   e J whilst the 1    i      S      .     !
;. be desired.
i   Nexl Sailing!   ;
Royal George Soot. 23
Royal  Edward  Oct. 13
Roy?l  George    Oct. 27
���-.I  Edward   Nov. 10
'���   Goulet, aj ."it  C. P, R-, will book
I   Msfijjfnrnirino' ii\ ������ i: !!i ���-������ ��r
.   V.   iiiii7i.ulil<i.UI Ulm    \j*J.   write Wm. Stapleton, -.        al
Phone 173    Lulu Island
1 ;- ���!:. Wlnnipi ;,  \
*������-*���-��� ���a-*~*rl-j,r*-~**^r���L'<^:**'**���---^r ��� J~ztv. ���:XE3
;-...;���.   im^s*\*__m^ - .    ..ii.:'v  ..:agaaagLioaa^ig.aLAsa.Tf^'��srgs\a-?imBJi;iRi^.'tJia3E^53
; _ a
i
Eli, Neb., Sept. ll.���Having read of
music being used to induce cows to
give larger quantities of milk nnd of
the chai mlng of birds by the plaj Ing
of ;i month organ, John Peterson, who
lives on a large ranch a few miles
south of here, tried the violin on
coyotes.
Peterson is regarded ns an artist on
the violin iti this vicinity. He plays
for all the country dances and Alls an
i'lu oi -tain plac ��� in a local orchesl ra,
He has the reputation of simply making a violin talk. Alter having finished an article on how birds and animals had been charmed by music, he
said to Mrs. Peterson:
"I'll just, try it on the pesky
co ��� otes."
Taking his son Henry, aged sixteen.
a repeating rifle, a supply of ammunition and his violin, Peterson re
; ali ed to an old Bhed near the centre
of his 5000-acre i and hill ranch, Seal
Ing himself on ti soap box in the doorway tin*grasping his violin, he began
to play, He i o ud oul "The De\ ii's
1 ,i t am,"  "Fisl Hornpipe,'   "
��� he  i ; iwer i    Bio m    Again"    and    a
lozen     .   -     el imiliar   airs.
Of  tl    ��� the  coyoti       fron
thei    hid!
Peters n was a little d : an I
i a      Tl en he trie 1 son i
! H  i illy had he finished
thi selection   ivhfen   there  cai
er a bill to thi
iter an answering yelp fi om
1 llowed    by  still    o I
i    to   appear, and In   a
es 1        ���  ble v, as en Ii
lals,  all  sitting  on
In  uni ���  ' ;    1 evident]      - to  ki ep  t Ime  to    thi
y
Peters in s; v, ed away on his vi illn,
bul   nol   a coyi      would  come wil hin
ol  i;  ���  y's i if le.   Then Petei son
luded    : i    i ry    something    more
��� ted to play "Home,
ue."    I ardly had   he
��� n notes when the i :
of to)    es a to tlieir fi et.
li iwling   and   slowly   walked
IC I  til I      .
Csty Property
We    have    several    lots    on
Eighth  avenue wliich -must be
*
sold.    Call and see us tit once.
In townsite, one-half acre lots
and  blocks  up to  eighty  acres.
We lune the exclusive sale of
the very choicest buys in the
townsite. Prices from .Sun to
$2000 rer acre.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co.
The Prudential Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
man service
II. it V. "Statei " daily i xcept Sunday
Leave, 23:00;  An Ive a1   21 :00;
-,     daily     etcei pt     Sunday,
Li ive, 8:i i, !!:;". IG: - i, 23:00; Arrive   ���������  8:30, 13:00,  L8:0 I.
Victor! <. daily except  Sunday. Li
8:00, 11:00;  Arrive at 8:30, 10:00.
B. & V. "States," daily except Sunday. Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 'J:1a.
C. & V. East, daily; Leave. 8:30,
15:45;   Arrive  at  0:25,  22::i0.
Sapperton, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 8:30, 15:45; Arrive at 0:25
and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30;  15:45; Arrive at 0:25.
Coquitlam,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30;  Arrive at 13:00.
Central   Park,   daily   except.   Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at 13:00.
Edmonds,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at 14:00.
East  Burnaby, daily  except   Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 14:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    except    Sunday;
Leave, 14:00)  Arrive tit 10:00.
Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday;
Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at  10:00.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday;  Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Ladner, daily except.  Sunday;   Leave,
14:20;  Arrive at 10:00.
Porl   Guichon.   daily  except   Sunday;
Leave,  14:20;   Arrive at  10:na.
Westham   Island,   daily   except   Sunday;  Leave, 1 1:20;  Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except. Sunday; Leave,
1 1:20;   Arrive at  10:00.
Annacis  Islam!.  Monday,   Wednesday
and   Friday;   Leave,  i i;20j   Arrive
ai   10:00.
Annlevllle,     (tally    except     Sunday;
Li ave, 1 l:-n; Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,   ':' lay,   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave.  14:20;   Arrive at
8:30 and 16:30.
Ii.   &   V.   "Vancouver,"   daily   except
.   aday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at
11:00.
Clovi rdale,    daily    excepl     Sunday;
! ���. :,  .11:50; .'.VMM- at 11:00.
Porl    Kells,   daily   e :cept    Sunday;.
Li     e,  1 1:50;   Arrive at 11:50.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday,   l-'riday
and   Saturday;   Leave,   14:50;   Ar-
li e al n :00.
;���- nel     d,     Tues.lay     and     Fl lday;
Li ive, 14:60; Arrive at 11:00.
Burnaby   Lake,  daily  except   Sunday;
Leave, 16:00; Arrive at 15:15.
B, & 9. "States," daily excepl Sunday;
Leave, 15: 15; Arrive at 15:15.
A    BOOMERANG.
i     ���#%
Read   The   Following   Telegram
A. F. GWIN,
Mgr. Amalgamated Development Co.,
518 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Well No, 2 uncapped gushed over one thousand
barrels per hour for one and half hour.
0. L. WILLOUGHBY,
Superintendent.
V Innij eg, Si pt. 12 ���The re ent
\ igorous 0] posil Ion iti the Ame lean
northwest to the rapid and easy set-
tli r.ent of western Canada is having
a go ��I effect In the Dominion, lt
Lhas moved towns, provinces and even
the national government to greater
effort to set and to keep before the
people of the Republic the attractive
j story of Canada.
News comes from Ottawa that the
federal l ivernment and the big railways \\i;l work to .ether, especially
in the laying out and building up of
new towns. It is expected that not
less than 220 new postofflces will lie
established within the next eighteen
months, an average of three new
towns a week. About 150 of these
I will be locate 1 along the lines of the
I Grand Trunk Pacific and a number on
the eastern section of this road in
northern Ontaiio and western Quebec.
The new scheme in which the Immigration department is to ask tlie cooperation of the railway is for the
company to build a station and an
elevator at each town in the wheat
belt, so as to insure a nearby market for the farmer, and then the government is to follow with a school
house. In the meantime the army of
immigration agents all over the
L'nited States is to talk up these new
towns, showing maps of railways and
of the surrounding country. In this
way the newcomer will have a very
good idea of the locality and Its surroundings.
This new idea is expected to obviate any evil effect of the recent slanders published in the States.
6 f^OO^O��*��***��*������** �����** ****** ^**9**.<!** 9 ********-*.*** >**!***��
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wight's  Cholera   Remedy
[era
Price 25c
SOLD ONLY AT
'yaWs Drug Store
EYES TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS
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anra
I For a Few Days Only J
82 feet on First St., between 3rd
and 4th Ave. Best residential site
in city.   $3150, easy terms.
ONLY   TWO   BOOZERS
IN   NEW   YORK   CITY
e Amalgamated Development Co. Has Made Good
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
Telephone 4327
518 Hastings Street, West
New York, Sept. 12.���One of the six
best sellers, the city directory, is out
again. The entertaining little volume
contains two Luffs and one Tear.
The original Mr. Smith has 3,SIS
relatives this year. Brown runs second with 1600 and poor Jones has only
S50.
Prohibitionists may be gTad there
are only two Drinkers, one Booz, two
Boozers and one Drinkwine. Mr.
Pickle may he included, but Mr.
Drinkwater balances the account.
Looking closer we Iind thirty Beers,
ten Schnapps and sixteen Seltzers.
There are nine Batts.
Passing on to the next cage one
sees two Beans In front of eight
Pears, twenty-four Beavers tind four
Mules. Near them aie 130 Cranes,
lour Ravens, fifteen Robins, nine
Ratts and eighty Fishes. They ;ue
surrounded by numerous Hoggs.
Goats, Piggs and Wolfs, one Babbitt
and a Cow. The latter is a policeman, which is appropriate, as policemen  in slang are "bulls."
There is just one Catt. There are
flve times as many Wilds as Wooleys.
Out of eleven names there are four
LiOsers, six Winners and one Even.
--EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
TheTNew Westminster City Specialists
Easterbrook  Milling Company,
Eburne,   D. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bb>-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT 8TREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone S3S.
AVIATOR   FAILS   TO
CROSS   THE    IRISH   SEA
London,   Sept.    1. .���Aviator    Astor
Loralne, who yesterday failed by 300 ]
yards in his attempt to tly across the
Irish  sea.  annoumed   today that   he
will make another try during the com-1
Ing week.   Loralne's failure yesterday j
was due to defective soldering In his j
petrol tank.   Although he shipped suf-1
ficlent   petrol   for  the  trip   the   tank
developed   a    leak,   which    continued
during the last three miles of the trip
and  Loralne  was compelled   to give-
up.
I Weekday Schedule
* Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  5:50,  6:20,  6:50,  7:20,   |
* 8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
{ Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,  G:50,  7:20,  8:00.
* and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
J Return  Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children  under 12, 35c.
* Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for Vancouver   at   8
* a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
* Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at 8 a. ra., 9 a.  m. and
* every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m.
J Sunday Excursion  Bates:   Return fare. 50c;  children, 25c.
* Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
* at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m.    Freight cars leave Van-
J couver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
* CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
* City  Limits Line--20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. tp 11:20 p.m.
* ���  Sunday  Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m, to 1,1:20 .p.m.
i* Sapperton   Line���20-mlnute  service from 6:10 a.m. to"ll: 3Q[ p!m.
���Sunday  Service���20-mlnute service from StlO-a'nr. to ll:30'p.m.
: B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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M Page eight.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER
13, 19io,
Shooting!
". ���"���*-..
If you buy your Ammunition from us, you
| [will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
The regular monthly meeting of
the board of trade will he held on
Thursday night.
See Fairs" furnitu: e sttifl; before
purchasing elsewhere. Agnes street. *
Trustee Thornher aud P. Teebles
left on Sunday for Kelowna to attend
the annual convention of school trustees.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me,
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of mv holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMAN'S DEPENDABLE NON-
CURLING FILMS with you and you
can enjoy every moment of this year's
vacation all over again at any time.
KODAKS from $10 up.
BROWNIES from $1 to .12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial Exhibition this fall.
We can explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
���������#�������������*������#�����
f ������ ..**:::**:.-**,:**-:r-**r:'{**%**X**-.'f*
(City News*
Seat  sale for "Going
open at Tidy's.
Some      now
**
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43:     Long     Distance,    7-1",
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET     !
All kinds of furniture bDught.
and sold, Have you Furniture   to   sell?   See   me or.
ring up No. 275. j
Ihe Ceratnl Mv Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE
US     A     TRIAL
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St, or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cess
pools, Septic Tanks, Etc.,  Etc.
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in the
Deane Block
Four doors east of the Bank of
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City Market
on
Columbia St.. Ne. 441.
Na- ?�����> nster. B. C.
During the month of August the receipts at the market were, $290.95. The
amount has been paid in to the treasurer.
Davies greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R -98. ���*
S. E. Edwards will open a jewelry
store at 445 Columbia street. Mr.
Edwards has heen with Chamberlin,
the jeweler.
Opera house moving pictures. Be
sure and come tonight, 7:110 and 9
o'clock. **
Allan Purvis, manager of the B. C.
E. R. Chilliwack line, was over tlie
finished portion yesterday on a tour
of inspection.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
R 208. **
The Local Council of Women yesterday held its regular monthly
meeting in the hoard of trade roo.n
at the city hall.
W. E. Fales carries t'.:e lest selected stock of household furniture in the
city and prices defy competition. **
The Rovers football executive will
hold a meeting in Murchie's office on
Thursday night to discuss matters
connected with the team.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers at
Tidy's stoie.    Phone 184. *��
The mayor and other city officials
have been Invited to attend the official   opening  of  the  new   sanatarium j
at Tranquille on Wednesday, but it is I
improbable that any of them will ftnd
lime to co.
Girls wanted to learn millinery busi-1
ness.    Apply at once Mis. Moore, opposite lost office. **
Hays-port has a great futir.e:    par-]
ticulars at W. .1. Kerr (t Co.. Ltd .**
The case    cf  Edward    Goudy,    the
Ladner  farmer  charged  with  assault-
ling a    New  Westminster    piMc-eman,
Ican.e up in the police court yesterday
I morning    and    was    adjourned    til!
Thursday.
Hays-port has the G. T .P. R. run-
I r.in.7 through it and a large wharf
Ine.uly completed; also telegraph line.
iPaiticulais at V." ..;. Kerr <k Co..
i Ltd. *��
The Doninicn government has notice I    Inspector   of   Fisheries   Sword
that jio changes  in  tue  fishing  regu-1
lations on the Fraser will be made,     i
There will be a meeting of the
board of license commissioners in the
city hall on \\ eduesday night.
Hays-port command the very    best
as a fishing centre and will be a sec-1
ond   Giimsby.     Particulars  at   W.   J.'
Kerr & Co.. Ltd. ����
Irons beds and bedding, the largest
range of designs and pi ices. W. E.
Fales. *���
In the county court yesterday.
Joseph I. Merry, accused of passing a
forged cheque at Port Townsend so:ne
time ago, appeared and elected to be
tried at the regular assize. He was
allawed bail at $3000. \V. F. Hansford appeared for the defendant and
���I. R. Grant for the ciown.
See James .1. Corbett and Miss
Florence Turner, the Yitagraph girl,
show how ladies should exercise to
develop their muscles and keep themselves beautiful. See the gieat (llm.
Edison theatre Monday an 1 Tuesday
next. ��*
Last, night t!:e Junlov. Royal Templars cf Temperance met in ihe old I.
O. O. F. hall and opened up tiie winter
session. Quite a number of members
were in attendance. Next week will
be the election of office; s. All members aie invited to attend and spend
a happy time.
Hays-port will have a million and a
half dollar 'cold storage to he completed early next year. Particulars at
W. J. Kerr & Co., Ltd. *���
Patrons of the opera l;nuse yrs'er
day evening noticed a marked improvement in the pictures projected
on the screen, these being much
clearer and more distinct than in the
past. The new operator Is evidently
a man who knows considerably more
about the business than his predecessors, ami his engagement should re-
j stilt in profit for the piomoters of the
show. .   , - ,- ' |
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday.    Steamer Transfer,
! leaves Brackman-Ker's    wharf    at    2
Ip.m.   Return fare 50 cents. *���
J. II. Vidal returned yesterday from'
Hope, where he had heen spending a ,
short holiday.    Mr. Vidal reports con-!
slderable activity  iu  the    old    town
j caused   by   the   recent  news  of  gold
discoveries in the nearby mountains.
Every day sees two or more prospec- ���
tors starting out in quest of the yellow
metal, and occasionally ten or a dozen
men with pack animals start out    in
Bearch of the hidden wealth.
The secretary of the board of trade
has received letters from Delta, Sur
rey and Langley supporting his pro-!
posal to form a federation of Fraser
valley boards of trade. A meeting to
discuss the proposal In full will probably be called during fair week.
A large number of Westminster citizens attended the reception held yesterday by Bishop and Mrs. A. D. de
Pencier at the See house.
Five acres within the townsite of
Port Mann were sold yesterday bv
W. S. Rose to J. A. Motherwell" for
?600 per acre.
Three fie alarms, all    sent    In by
j people whose homes were threatened
by  bush  fires in the city limits, sent
[in calls to the fire hall yesterday. One
j was from Lulu island, where the burning  peat  is  causing   uneasiness;   one
from Sapperton and one from the cor-
i ner of Second street and third avwtiu ���,
where some careless firing set fire to
Our First
Autumn Showing of Millinery
Wednesday,
Sept.  14th and
Following Days
WE extend the invitation and will welcome one
and all to the store during our opening display of Autumn Millinery. The Millinery Section
will be found in the same location as in previous
seasons, but a larger space has been given over to
to the needs of this important department. Better
light and improved surroundings will serve to make
the showing more attractive than was possible under our past crowded condition.
The Public
Supply Si ores
THE SHOWING WILL BE
LARGER AND MORE
AUTHORITATIVE THAN
EVER BEFORE
You Need
groceries at all times, and our
store is the right place to make
your purchases.
We have the best grooeriies ia
town. Our bottled and canned
goods, flour, butter, eggs and
other staples are noted for their
excellent qualities. Tbey make
good eating possible, aad that
means good health.
We Deliver
your goods to your home, and
save you the trouble and inconvenience of your carrying them.
Call at our stoie, and leave
your order for what you need,
and our boy will deliver your
gcods very promptly. We don't
charge you extra for this.
We have gathered together from Engliish, continental and American fashion centres the very newest
styles and productions. We established long ago
the millinery supremacy hereabouts. Wednesday's
opening display will demonstrate that no store in
British Columbia affords a more complete or up-to-
date showing of Autumn Millinery.
Geo.
Adams
Ptone 92
a  fence  belonging     to George  Turn-
bull.    About two o'clock In the after-
;noon  a call  was  sent  in  from  Brant-
Hord  stieet but the    residents    there
| said they did not need protection 1 n-
! mediate.; . as the fire tTreie was un ler-
!control.    As the    chief    already    had
!three or four   of his    men    watching
fires he did not send any one :'ml the
residents  in  the  vicinity  managed  t >
| take care of the blaze.
Hays-port lots bi ll for .100 up i e-
Hot, on easy terms.   .10 casli and
par month.   Particular. \v. J, Kerr &
jCo��� Ltd. **
The Misses Connor and McQuarrie
have pleasuie in announcing to the
l ladies of New Westminster and district, that they are having their new
fall millinery opening on Wednesday
and Thursday, the Hth and 16tb ol
September. They extend a cordial invitation to you to be present at the
opening, In which the most important
features of the latest models are offered. The new millinery parlors are
over T. IL Smith's store, rooms 1
and 2. **
Opening Night, Monday,  Sept. 12th
************************** **********
j Some Special Snaps
*  THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
* 6 lots on Second street.   Excellent view.   Streets on three sides
* of this property.    $350 each.  Terms.
�� 10 lots extending from First to Second street This property
is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
FIRE.
Prompt Settlement of Loss from Sunday Evening s i-ire.
The following letter has been banded  to  the  Dally   News  in  connection
with Sunday evening's fire:
September VI.  1910.
Messrs. White, Shiles Al- Co.,
New Westminster, B.C.
Gentlemen, ��� Please accept my
thanks for your exceedingly prompt
settlement of my fire insurance claim
in connection with the fire that took
place at. my office last night.
(Signed)     RICHARD G.  DINGLE.
Longest Fence in the World.
El Paso, Texas, Sept. 12.���The gov-
eminent Is preparing to build what
will be the longest fence ever con,
structed ln the world. It will extend I
from this city to the Pacl .c coast and
will divide the United States and
Mexico, a distance of more than 1000
miles. The fence wlll be of barbed
wire, fi-re strands.
ADVERTISE  IN THE
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