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Port Manr
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Mnke  $5 (frfcjy&onth.
WHITE, SHILES       CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTI-
Vol.I
__ B, NUMBER 191
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY  MORNING, SEPTEMBER   12,  1910,
PRICK   FI CENTS.
OPERA HOUSE MAY BE jMAN NAMED JENKINS   'SPLENDID OUTLOOK fOR 1 BISHOP DE PiNOER
CLOSED ALL SEASON   ABDUCTS SCHOOLGIRL    COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
I'oo Much Work and Not
Enough Money in Theatrical Business in This City.
Sumas Girl,   Fourteen and Extensive   Alterations  And
Golden Haired, is Taken'    Improvements Have Been
ASSUMES HIS OFEICE
PROSPECTORS START
FOR NEW GOLDTIELDS
Away in Automobile.
Tl���.    unpleasant     prospect     of    no
.,,'   ileal productions being Been here
Uni Bea*oa is looming    big   al    the
oreaenl time. A number ol good shows
]'   ,.,   )..,\\ wa^ini have already been
k8d   i,���,  theta may    all    be can-
(iii | ;,,,,! the opera house allowed te
m . :  dark umi   empty   throughout
id,.' winter,    with Uu    exception oi
M,    ,;,,,. oocaslons when 11 wou .1 be
,,, cor meetings or concerl    i i
 ii talent would predominate
\\'   S    Carty,  who  has  again   taken
the management   of the  bouse,
,,.,,. an announcement to the   above
j(      I ,  the  News  yes,onlay, adding
',,,',    nothing definite would    be    de-
,���,,    u|  for a couple ol weeks.
H;, reason for the proposed closing
,        opera house is I bai the theati I-
ii iness in ihi* city is no, a paying proposition tor the mon who look
the local ond. It Is a case ot
jol ol work, very little mono;, and
l���       responsibilities,
I, bad been practically decided   to
olo     down tbe moving picture show
ims been running al the opera
i for BCUne time las, Saturday, be-
caiis, the patronage did no, warrant
tiir heavy expense, bu, at the solicitation ol th*- members of the o, olios-
ti Mr, t'aity decided to keep the
plac, open a Uttlo while longer, jus;
: m- whether the public wlll patron-
la   .    any   better  now  thai   the even-
.���io petting  longer.    A  new  ma-
Made During Holidays.
"���A man by the name of Jenkins has i Columbian college will open its doors
abducted a fourteen year old girl to students on Wednesday, at nine
from here." o'clock, nnd to those who have been
Thai was the . isr of a message that in attendance as well ns to those #ho
came ovei the phone from Uppei Su come to Us halls for the flrst time, lt
mas  yesterday  and   caused  Chiel   ol  will  presenl   a  most   attractive   ap-
Pollce Bradshaw and his men to '",,'. .^ the summer extensive al-
plckel at all the ,rains nnd boats ar- teratlona have been In progress ami
riving In the city. 11 i-  safe to say thai  no ladles' col-
Details of the tragedy or romance, le*e ������' Western Canada    ls as well
,   , .,       ,    i i       i"i���lpje!  for  residential   purposes   as
or whatever it Is, wore lather lacking   ... ,, ...  �����  ,,,,���   ....
,,,, "Columbian   college   wlll   be   tins   ses
in   the   phone   message.     1 lie   man a.
name was Jenkins; the girl fourteen
and .olden haired���a school girl. So
far as Chlel Bradshaw could figure I
things up the man mus, have driven
an automobile up to the school house
door, helped tbe girl In; pul bis foot |
mi  the  high  speed  peial  and fltsap-
Ceremony of Enthronement I Fourteen Miners Cross West,
Yesterday    Morning    at
Holy Trinity Cathedral.
minster Bridge   On VVay
to Secret Camp.
;:.-
boon secured and
.   will   be   retained
durin.     the    per-
slnn. Many visitors have called f: mi,
the east, anl all have expresse 1 their
surprise and delight a, the excellent
facilities for educational work that
are to he found in Columbian college.
Thrpugh the active energy of the
Woman's Educational cluh of the
city, the extensive reconstruction ancl
. ,,  ���    ,       ,   , .    ,  .    !refitting has heen   undertaken.      The
adjacent   points   wore  asked  hv   .    .,    .      ,,        , ,' ���
,,,,,      ,     ,    ,      ,,   r ��� ,. ���    ,  \.  l.ad,'-s   college has had its -walls and
phone   to   look   out    or  the   man,  Juit :��__--,-���  ���   ,       ... ,, ,. u  j        ,   ..
,,,.,,,,. ,    .iff lings   beautifully   po ished   and   Its
up  to  late   ast   night  no arrests  had',. ,     , ,      .    ' .   _       ...
, ' . , ., . .floors   an I   stairwavs   carpeted,   while
been made, and the pair are supposed L��� ..    .   ,,     ..,       '    _   !.._Vi_
. .     ....    ',.       ������     _   .       tne assemblv ba     with   ts repo' siting
to be on the other sub.    The taflter      d a<5Corftt[ng, has bpen miide _<��
of the girl, who is Instituting a per- |attractlve.    Tlle lady 8tuaont8- roo.ns
|liave been  refurnished,   papered   and
peared.
All
be on the other sid". The tatber
girl, who is instituting a person;! 1 search, passed through here
yesterday on his way to Yanrntiver.
WOMAN   UP   FOR  CONGRESS.
ciiim- operator ha.s
Hu?:.ton's  orchestr
icnse  music   ^^^^^^^^^^^^
(ormanoes.
II , lu- mevlng picture show has   to
down itor lack of support, things
101   look    any     rosier    for    the
pref n tat lon of  Legitimate theatricals
duiing the .coming  season.
ni.inagi'iiH'.ni   ol   the   house  has
!���      'id   to   \V.   K.   Carty.   who     was
ai ge up to the time It was taken
HaXT)  Tid.'.   some niniitlis ago,
���   Mr. 'l idy found thai the opera
business   Interfered   with   his
ol ���    m,crests to too greal an extent
B  Mr. Carty  was  willing  to lake
��� again the deal was dosed. The
���   took place on Satur lay nlghl.
Tidj   will   devote  hie   atten-
the florisl business and to the
Pythian  roller r.ink.   which    he    has
leased      In   speaking   of   severing   his
' nneel lon with the opera house. Mr,
Tidy   suited thai   he made  money    on
the  ''cuture,  but   found  that  It   occupied too much of his lime.
Kentucky   Suffragist   and   Temperance
Worker Is  Ambitious.
Lexington.    Ky..      Sept.      tL���Mrs.
Frances K. Beauchamps, of Lexington,
state president of the Woman's Christian   Temperance   I'nion,  and   widely
known   in   women's  club  circles,    announced  today  her candidacy' for con-
;gress  in   this  district.    The principal
plank   In   her   announced   platform   Is
directed against  the liquor traffic.
decorated so as to make them very
cosy and home'ike. Extensive changes
are being undertaken in lighting nnd
Several bnndsome electric chandeliers
will be hung in the halls and asse n-
Hiily Trinity cathedral was crowded
yesterday morning on tlie occasion of
the environment of Adam [Mas de
Pencier, lord bishop of New Westminster,
Rev, Canon d'Easum, rector of the
cathedral, performed the ceremony of
handing the bishop his Staff of office
and leading hlm to the throne.
The choir for the llrst time appear*
ed in surplices, the ladies wearing
purple gowns and caps and the men
and hoys white surplices
entered through the chancel entiance
while the bishop, the rector and his
assistant, and the male members ��, ,
the choir, entered the main door and
marched through the nave to their
seats In the chancel.
After the ceremony of Installation,
wliich was very short and simple,
Bishop de Pencier ascended into the
pulpit and deliveiel a brief addi ess.
He took r.s his text First Corinthians, 16:11; "Therefore whether it
be I or they, so we preach, and so ye
believed." Enlarging on his theme,
his lordship pointed out that the great
factor to he considered in the Chils-
tlan world today was the fact that all
the sects and creeds of the church
acknowledged the Saviour as tlie
source of their religion. ^^^^^
He sal.l  that  theie were those who j gold
claimed   that,  Jesus   was  a  wonderful
A scene which was a reminder of
old times und which may be the forerunner of many more of a similar
nature very soon, was witnessed by
several New Westminster people on
Saturday afternoon. Fourteen pros-
pectors, with their cay uses packed tor
a long journey, all goo I riders
of them middle uged and some of
them old, but all with the flre of bo] 6
burning In their eyes and each with
the  careless,  restless attitude of the
��� bom    prospector,    crossed    the
The ladles j Westminster bridge.
Wheie were tney  going ?    That
mother way lu which they resemb.ed
of i the prospector of old.    They did
SUNDAY BUS  MY
FOR Cl.,-MEN
Three Calls in a Few Hours
��� Part of Unique Cannery
Burnt to the Gl*ound.
New
i
bly   room.     The   principal's  office   oc-!teaclier;   a  man   who  had evolved    a
1 cuples  a  part   of the  lower hall  and ' system of ethics which was wonderful
has been  reflttel.  furnished and car-'and  perfect, the best the  world had
peted by the ladies of New Westmln-(ever seen, but they did not acknowi-
CHIEF WATSON GETS BACH
IN TIME TO 00 TO BLAZES
riHTINO BOB" NOW
HEIESIED IN OIL
Fire   Chief,   Returning   from
tion,  Finds  Business  Brisk
the  Smoke Lrn**.
Ht Will   Live  in California  Hereafter,
But Says the Coast  Is  Not
Protected.
Selma, Cal.. Sept. 11.���Rear Admiral.
!.     ej   D. Kvans. retired, and a party j
o! , astern capitalists, who have been
unking the oil lields In con,ral  Cab :
Icii.ii.   left   Coalings   today   for    San
Francisco late this afternoon.
it is rumored that Admiral Evans
wlll bead a coalition of Important oil
li ��� "Ms Is the San Joaqutn valley
Be i and will muke his homo in California.
Tbe admiral rode 120 miles In an
I ohJ e      yesterday.      the      most
Bl i -. ious trip he has taken in twelve
yea -. but suffered no 111 effects from
thi   , mi i.ey.
Chief .1. 11. Watson, of the local five
department, returned yesterday ,
Stockton, California, where he h..s
been attending the annual convention
of Pacific coast flre chiefs. He had
not put his grip down at hts home
when the fire alarm founded end he
had to do a couple of hours work at
Lulu Island. He had not been home
three minutes after dliat when the
alarm rang again and he had to go
and push some smoke out of Dingle's
print  shop.
He was discovered by n News reporter shortly after this. "That
convention must have heen a hoodoo,"
said he. "I came up on the train with
the Belllngham chief nnd lie had no
sooner stepped on to the station platform a, his town than the lire alarm
rang and here am I at Jt before 1 have
been   home  half  an  hm*ir."
The chief was too busy to give nny
I details of his trip, beyond that he had
a gieat time. There were about slxty-
' eight chiefs from nil tlw coast cities
i>here   and   they   certainly   hud
time.     Incidentally  they  (111   ,i
'work and most of the attendants got
some  valuable i olnters.
ster. The bronzed radiators of the'edge his divinity. To these he re-
steam plant, which has been instal'ed.;plied that one either must accept
give an added decorative effect to all Christ at his own valuation or not at
moms throughout the building. The fall. He was the Son of God or else
men's residence and the re-idence for nn impostor, for He stated repeatedly
boys have both been refitted, palnto! while He was on this earth that He
and parered throughout and are equal wa8 the Son of God and duiing llis
in their appointments to anything In short sojourn here, He ac " tUi *tt'-
tbe wes,. Every building hs the en- worship and respect due
tire ilant. of which there are five. Is i,eing. |
to be heated by Bteam or hot  water.     From tins subject bo   changed   to
All  classrooms arc being made np-to- the great effed of Christianity, as sei
[date   and   fitted  throughout  with   uev   t :it 1 v   In  the  Church  of  England, has
blackl   ards      The   cosi   pf   refurnish-  had   upon the destiny  of  the  empire.
j!n_   end   tit,int;   the  col'ege   is  about   He stated that the empire was fouul-
Conven-,si\ thousand dollars, nnd it will  tt-.s  c. \  on  fjfljj,   (jn;l  tiKlt   j(   was  ,\w t.,
Igtve to X"w Westminster and to the the Christian principles of the greal
province the largest  and  best  equip- prlUsh nation thai  brought the
ped   college  or  Its   kind   in  Western i pj,.e   to   and   maintained   '
Canada.
The prospects for tlie coming year
are exceptionally bright, as a consid-
"���ahly  increased   nurnhpr  of  stndcnts
have -applied for rooms.    Already the
entire  accommodation   for   ,esid"ntltl
male   students   has    been    exhausted
and    more   have  applied   for   rooms
(Continued on
        not
kno"" where they were going when
a ivone asked them. They came from
.'ancouver, but the other terminus
was not a matter for discussion.
lt la supposed that they are bound
for Steamboat mountain, wheie there
is said to be some of the best ore in
Hritish Columbia.
The party was headed by P. Peterson and C. C. Grand, both well known
up and down the mining camps of the
province   as   hardy   prospectors   who
are ever seeking fresh lields.    Peter-1
son has been before where he Is go- ���
ing now. He claims that the geological .
formation at  his El Dorado Is    very
| similar  to  that at the  great  Nevada
camps  and  states  that  his ore
will run from  .lit) to $300o per ton.
The men are well backed financially I
and have a great stare of mining cer- i
tificates so that they can stake out ���
claims for the men behind.
They  passed  over  the  biidge here I
and  struck  the  old   Yale  road  as  lf
they knew tlie general direction even
if they did not know the exad  location of their destination.
Si .TMNpELE SANATARlil
TO BE OPENED WEDNESDM
in
Pag?  Five.)
STANFORD MAY PUT UP
BARS AGAINST WOMEN
Changs   in   Policy  of    Big    California
University Predicted by Member
of Faculty.
    em-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ her at the
head of all the nations of the world.
Tn his discourse the bishop did not
touch upon die events of the day or
of himself. He has a strong de'ivery;
never looks af a note and has a some
what oratorical style, using his hands
in illustration of his points and putting a vast amount of expression into
his face.
Arrangements Being
tinguished G��';her;. g at Kai
���Special  Train.
,1ade    for    Dis
No less than three flre alarms were
rung ln from different parts of the
<i,y yesterday.
The second one, sent in Iron: Lulu
Island about seven o'clock In the
evening, was the most serious. A:i
, |oui Chinese apartment house, par, of
tbe buildings of the Unique cannery,
caught on tire In some unknown
manner and burned to the ground In
the presence of about a thousand people who saw the blaze as they were
proceeding lo the different churches
Of the city.
There is no water main on Lulu Inland an.l Hie firemen were practically
powerless to cope with the flames
where they had taken firm hold. However, a bucket brigade, organized hy
Chief Watson, who had not been In
the city fifteen minutes befoie he
started to work, checked the spread of
the flames to the building of the
cannery proper.
The loss, outside the household
effects of the Chinese occupants, will
scarcely amount to anything, as the
buildings were old and dilapidated.
The  blaze   was   very   fierce  for    a.
while,  but  there  was  no  danger    of
it  spreading  further  by   8:30  o'clock
and  the  chief  and   most of  his  men
came home, leaving three firemen behind  them  to  watch  the progress of
the flames for the rest of the night.
|    The firemen had no sooner returned
from that than they were summoned
to Richard Dingle's print shop, wheie
one of the office employees had carelessly dropped a lighted cigarette into some paper in a corner.   The blaze
looked dangerous for a few minutes,
but fortunately the firemen had been
notified almost as soon as It started
and the flames were extinguished by-
a  small  hand  chemical  extinguisher.
,The damage will not amount  to more
than a few dollars.
The other call came In about    two
o'clock in the   afternoon    trom  D. l>.
.Bourke, of  Lulu  island,    who    I  nod
that his barn would catch from a lire
;that was raging  in the l eat  near  his;
place.    The  firemen  look  down   B cue
garden hose and  left  it on the scene
f<<v use in case of cnurgetK':".
quired  only   the  small  hose  to  check
,ho flames.
-?s
ENGLISH BOILERMAKERS
READY FOR LONG STRUGilE
Big   Industrial   Battle   is   Threatening
Old  Country���150,000  Men  May
Be   Affected.
TWO   MORE   STOREYS
FOR   ROYAL ALEXANDRA
vork o:,
ISSUES CALL TO
LABOR   FEDERATION   two
  160
Wlnnl] eg, Bepl   11 \ctnnl w
the extension of the  Royal  Alexandra
hotel, wliich will ti Ban lhe addition of
full stories, providing for about
w rooms, Is to
ic
Palo Alto, Sept. 11.���That the atk
thoiities of Stanford university aie
contemplating a change In ti.e pollcj
of the Institution, which, If cai.led
a fine I out, will eliminate women trom tne
little I freshman or first yea, class, was the
authoritative statement mule by a
member of the faculty recently.
l-or some time It nas been known
that President David Starr Jordan U
i, strong advocate cf making Stanford
ii school of Higher learning, and the
i i : Inatlon of tho \\ ou.cn
is considc; ed n eiely a
till ectl ,0,
About   100   women   applicants ' have
refuse.1   aimisslon   to   the   uui
The Tranquille sanatarlum will be
formally oi et.ed on Wednesday by
Lieutenant-Governor Paterson in the
presence of a distinguished gathering,
invitations having been sent out to
members of tlie government, members
of parliament, tlie mayors and aldermen of the different cities, the reeves
and councillors of the municipalities
and the editors of newspapers. In addition to the above a general invitation is extended to subscribers and
public generully to be present
Arrangements are being made for
a reduced fare on the railroad
tegular fare is flH.50, but
tickets are soli this will he reduced
to $10.05, and If more than 100 make
the ti ip a special train will be available. Any person from this city in
tending to attend the opening '" "-
quested to call at Curtis' drug store,
where the transportation
ments are being perfected.
The train will leave Vancouvei
7:30 p.m. on Tuesday and
on Thursday morning.
Mexican Independence.
Mexico City, Sept. 11.���Piesiient
Diaz tendered a brilliant banqu t iu
the palace last night to'sixty members of the diplomatic corps s^nd special embassadors and commissi jeers
to the centennial of independence-,
celebration.
The
if 100
is  ,e-
store,
arrange-
at
will return
KINGSLEY TELL SLAVES
HOW HARD IS THEIR LOT
MAKES SERIOUS CHARGE
AGAINST   DENTAL   EXAMINERS
freshmen
move i.i that
London, Sept. 11.���ProspectR of a
settlement In the bpilermakers' sti Ike
at Newcastle on-Tyne are i emote and
a prolonged strut.> e Is anticipated.
The Shipowners' ass;>clatiDii has made
every preparation for a fight and ij
not likely to give in, as the members
are backed by enormous funds.
Over iip.OOO men are locked out at |
des to the num-   was made in chain
fore the chief justice for tlie cas > of
Richards vs. Verrlnder to be set for
of tim^^^^^i^i^E^p^l^p^p^p^p^pB .trial before a judge common
Lancashire cotton  "i:is may  have  H.  ��>.  Heimcken,  K.C,  who opposed
e another dislocation of Rcttyit.    the application, s.ate.l that B. V. Bod-
demand Iwell, K.C
Victoria,  Sept.
piesent and allied trat
ber of 9t) 000 are likely to be affected
If the strike continues for any length
11.���An    applicati ui
.ibers yesterday  be
be common, ed , been
Although
 ^^_________________________________ wheat her con
Ottawa, Sept. 11.��� I. W-    Patterson.
1 presldenl    of the Cans Han
F<   ���     tion   of   Labor,   has   Issued   his
call foi   the second annual convention   h��8   yei ��� prepared and
o. the federation.    This  Is  leally  Ihe    ha   the ptaM      _ ^ ^ bp ,pt
eighth annual  meeting    of this Mf. I^^r^^eks and that the suc-
will   be   expected
��s i, was only last year that Its title
was changed to the Canadian Federa- |ces
tion of Labor on account of the include", in the rankR of the Provincial
Workmen's association and the Canadian    Brotherhood   of    Railway    fim-
P'o ees.
The convention will  open    In    .���
-f Montreal on September 13. The  h^^/f���
,,e\, spi lng :is soon ns
dltions  will   permit  of outside    work.
no   official   announcement
made, It is understood
the  that the pgi
that contracts for
within a few  weeks
sful   contractors
verslty within the past few days under the 500 limit law. This condition
s caused by the fact that more than
usual number of upper class wo-
eturnei this year and the number of new girl students who
enter was cut down.
Car-
counsei tor defendant, was
absent,  fiom  tne  city  and asked  that
It  be stood o\er
until Monday.    Mi
wa
the
men ,
 i^^^________________lB  ****W
to fac ^^^^^^
as the cotton operatives are
Ing a further lnneate of wages.
Trouble  Is also  antic loa'ed  at ,	
tive coal  miners   are   de- Twigge consented
ased wage.    In this I    it is 	
speedy    settle-  ferred to. which promises to be of a
^^^^ ft the coal  most sensational nature
could  conciliation board  will deal with the  at an    early
j questions in dispute.
dlff,  where
mandlng an incn
Inst ince,  however,  a
ment may lie looked for.
understood  that  the case  re-
will be triei
date.    The    action     is
brought by the son of Sheriff Richards
against Dr. Ford Verrlnder, secretary
Socialist Tells Workers Chattel Slavfs
Were Better Off Than "Wag?.
Slaves" of Today.. .  ^
E. T.  Kingsley, a well know:t    e:;-
! pounder of tne precepts of Karl Ma x,
discoursed to a mixed uu.lience in the
Crystal    theatre    yesterday    evening,
making "The Class War" the peg on
whicn to hang his addi ess.   The average Socialist    orator    who    ai.r.s    at.
Bpiending tho gospel of equalization itr
this city is satisfied if lie caa borrow
a soap    box    fio.n the ,ear of some
ca] italist's store ancl take an  opU >;i
on  n   street   corner  for  an   indefinite
length of time.    But not so Mr. Kings
le. .    Le  has  outgrown  the  soip  box
stage and instead of seeking his audience in the crowded street, he hires at
hull and scatters Invitations to all and
sundry to come and hear him explain
how the world slioalu it run, acnoia-
i Ing to his theory.
Here  wus    nothing    exceptionally
new or startling In M.���. KIngsley's ad-
| dress lust night, but what he did suy
he said well, for as a speaker Kings^
ley Is well to the tore.
Included  in  a mass of  information.
,-liest  possible  mo-   STINGY
to  work at the ear
ment.
the meantime changes in the ln
f    the hotel which    ���"'    >"
MAN   WEARS
HIS WIFE'S  LINGERIE
will    be
with the en-
In
tei lor'^^^^^^_   _
necessary  in connection
will be gone on with.  The
in  to be enlarged  and
 ^^_    ���,.���   ...   niH   direclion   has   _____���
feature of the sessions  will  be   *��*      ttJ?B��W
Mt to the provisions of the stare.i. WJM    . ^
constitution hy providing for   the for- XO ^aq\ilpi��eilt.   Other parts of the
the
city
ClU<
to I
the largement
heait i
work
to prepare
two  full
matlon of national organizations.
eluding the bull ting trades group
National Federation of Shoe Workers
an'l Allied Leather Trades, the Print-
1;i'   rrade  Federation  and   an  exten-
sl"n of the Provincial Workmen's as-
Mclatlon.     The    establishing   of   an
organizing fund,    together    With    de-.
[Bnce and beneficial funds, will also ����?
Chicago. Sept. ll.-Mrs. Carrie
FUzal eth Kerman has obtained a divorce from Christian P. Ferman on
the charge that he was socruel as to
occasionally deprive her
boilers being added   and l.l.ny Hngeue and
heating    arid se!^ ^ ^   ,^��� ^ (.,d Ju(jge
enlarged atjDnptiy, "he would not buy bis.own
underwear. He frequently took m>
fine underwear un.l wore it. _
"1 consider this the limit of cruelty,
c.id  the court.    "Did  he  wear them
Pliro���ghout the pre-.   >-   - | *������t�� house r
1Wa' .t^KouHBt    ea on o,e,S |    "He cetta.n.y dll. .11 one summer.
PVer .ffiStffw? more accommo-!    She got her decree.	
SALE   OF   COURTHOUSE   SITE.       ��� r	
  lng  that  the  plaintiff  was  prevented
Property Will Be Offered   by Auction  from  obtalulng  a  license  to  practice
at  Proper Time. as a dentist tin ough conspiracy ou the
11.���The   rumor'part of the exau.luers and asking dam-
days  ages from the latter.
of the provincial dental board, cuurg-  from which he separated himself was
*""*'"--     ewhat    staitiing    statement
today  was
^'r^ pS'e%f!".t additional,ax
0ncethdrPSSty by the addition of
stoties.
sent    year    the
of her fluted
wear 'em him-
Vancouver. Sert
has been persistent for some
that, the sale of the old courthouse
site by the government to a railway
company was only a, matter of completion of arrangements, Asked regarding this, Hon. Mr. Bowser stated
that there was   absolutely  lead
the    son
that the  "wage slave"  of
worse off than the chattel slave of the
ante-bellum days.    Sali    the    fo, mer
aspirant for political honors:
"You wage slaves, product of econor
mlc conditions brought about  by the-
will of your  masters, the plundering
. J plutocrats, are bidden work or Idle. at.
New York, Sept. 11.���The stub of a the pleasure of your bosses     " ���������"���
pencil  was  the   weapon    which are  good,  then  you  may  i
night    to Albert; grind and fatten his wallet.    If times;
MAN'S DEATH CAUSED
WITH STUB OF PENCIL
if times
 sweat  and
yesterday  that there was   absolutely  lead'  ^ t*a,aBt   _ ___  ..
nothing ln the story.   The JropoB 1 o   W-JJ^       the United States! are hard, as happens when you have
the government Is to offer the.proper- Cunen  a Jauue o ob-j worked  long enough    to    secure    an
ty at auction as soon as the offices are gunDoat    ����""";        ,��� ���,���,,, ,lial���  ��i,i���tt��n of   necessaries,    them
removed to the new structhre.   If the talned a lea^e ot a
In a  favorable   condi- sistei in BrooKiyn.
the   sale   may   be I    In a saloon near
Ives $40,000 to Passaic Church.
ver' been so keenly felt
S large proportion of >"������ ^':"jj   j    gept. U.���The Czar
�� *������-*..   o. OH..... I* __\rSJTi*i**S fi! !* ** ****** .    now *****   I*
*w'<t win be made In Appleton next  at BI^wm "^^ Winnipeg, the new
Prcv Pa     leas one of tbe   city's   leading
pacuy  rn.*     14_     AnnoUncement    was
was
market Is not
tlon at the time
posi
her
house    last
John
i  at  tne time,  me   ��...��   ...-.     ���"-'...  ,     Decame engaged  with  John
either ln one piece or subdivided.
discussion as to the merits ot the
battleships of Germany and the Unit-
el  States.    Schmidt declares Cunen
you aie turned out of the workshop'
aud expect to exist until such tlmec
as your boss again needs your services.
"If you suffer an accident, or If you
fall ill, the bloated capitalist has no
further use of you. Another slave
takes your place.   You are worse oft
",eek for the national dairy show at or "* V, ,, ��� u is certain, wl 1
''lilcn,,, October 20. The wehrht of nccom rods tm ^ ^ q( ^ bug,n
[h�� cheese will be 4000 pounds.    It  rwrfl tne ^ wben . - -
1* fifteen  feet tn diameter and- g^J^ ieadv.
will no
ess
the new
ton
r fret Ugh.
���r .rooms are
made this week that the cr.ar has conti lbuted .40,000 toward the erection
of a new Russian orthodox church at
Passaic. The structuie will cost $120,-
000.
All Peace at Managua. , him I takes your piace.    i*��u ��"<��� ��.�����.���� ��������������
Managua. Nicaragua, Sept. ll.-The 8trucK ^mgald he dld ���ot reaUze that than chattel slaves, for In-the day*
last   armed   opposition   to   the w^8*^;^ pencli ln hla clenched \ ********* **- whit* man hTd htt blaek
reg me under General    Estrada,    the ,"���"_*     ,���  r.K��nttne Curren's at-
provisional president  ������.ceased^with  hand^ �� �����tta�� C-���HMrt
the surrender    of General    Fernando iac* *��� ���" ��
Maria Rlva., with 1000 me, ���**�����;���� ��   ^J^, "'  ' * '
non. f      ���   ���
when the white man held
brother in bondage, at lent the-slave
knew his master would provide for
him, whether ln slckn��wat. Unhealthy
"Etc.. etc., etc."
��� i  - PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
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MONDAY. SEPTEMDER
Classified Advertisements^ REAL   ESTATE SMALL CITIES SHOW
CORPORATION       OF       THE
TRICT     OF     BURNABY.
DIS
WANTED.
WANTKD
Premier
-A w
hotel.
AITRESS AT ONCE.
WANTED���DRESSMA&ING, CO OCT
t,y the day or al home, blxperlenced
and fcood lit.    328 Eighth street.
WANTED, BY SEPTEMBER Is, CAP-
able woman or girl as general help,
able to do plain cooking preferred.
Sledp homo. Apply Mis. It. 8. Ken-
M'.iy. -i in blightn street.
WANTED -- A S.MAI.I. FURNISHED
bouse September 15 or October i.
hy young couple who can give unquestionable lefereuces. Wll.e A.
V., care this paper.
WANTED���TENDERS TO BUILD A
sis roomed home (labor only).
Plans and particulars from John
Duncan, Lord Kelvin school,
WANTED���A NlOHT WATCHMAN,
appi] Walsh Sash and Door factory,
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia St. j
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office      -      -      K.i rr.loops, B.C
RAPiD GROWTH
PORT MANN DISTRICT
LOT  57,  of  subdivision   B,  of  section
20, block    ."> nor, h,   rai ge   - west,!
containing one and one-sixth acies. |
Price   .2000;   one-third    cash,    balam e   six,   t veh e     and     eight, en I
months at    7    p, r cent.    In en st,
1205-A.) I
Unusual   Increase Revealed
i
By Census Does Not Apply
To Big Centres.
 I
GIRLS WANTED TO WORK IN
fruit cannery. Apply I- K.ont stieet.
JAPANESE BOY, CAN COOK AND
hj <���;ik English, wants position, Apply P. o. Bos sis. city.
:iXTY ACRES In ccction 30, township
8, i rairie land. Price 'i'i-'"' per acre;
ore i!iii d cash, balani e one and
two years. (204-A.)
THIRTY  ACRES  in  section  35,
r> north, range l west, twenty
cle no.I.  with  new  house an.
goo I   water.     Price  $270  l cr
Terms     over     eighteen
A   JAP WKSK   WOMAN     WAX IS
11 6 lion    as   a    washing   mai,I
family day work. Apply
Ml!eel,   city.
A j
McNeelj
W VNTED IMMEDIATELY THREE
lirst class lady clothes li oners and
. i'. i) shlrl polishers; I wo dollai i pei
day and fare. Klectric Lace ��'. Silk
laundry,  Van, ouver.
TWENTY ;,rre3 in section 33, b'oe'e
."    i:i.11 h,     ram e     2   v.. :'t.   X.   W.   1)
I'i Ice ?50\l i er re; om tl i. 1 cas.i,
balan e six and twel. e months al
7 i er cent, (21 l-.\.)
FIFTY acres in section 32, b'ock 5
north, rani e :.' \ est, X. W, I).; ab
s lulely the b sl s ib 'i. Idlng p o-
11 sltion in Port 'I nn dli t Icl today. Why ? The terms are one
fifth cash, and I lie balam e over
TEN YEARS, with Interesl at 6 pei
cent. (221-A.)
WANTED���LADY CASHIER, STENO-
gra] her with ex] erien, ed pi efen e i,
Apply at once, W. S. Collister &
< io.
WAN I ED���TEN GIRLS AT ONCE;
iij); Ij   i!o. al t'ity steam laundry.
WAN I , J) A.\\ LIQHT WORK Foil
a lew- ho i, s dally, by English lady.
At i I.'-   Mrs.  Wlxey,    320    Columbia
she  :.
TEN acres, being lot
i loci .'> nor li, range
on  i ew  V. le ro   ;.    ���' 10 i
teen
t,   est.
;���
per
i ent,
(222-
m
A )
S^REY
CARPENl
tlav or c
N�� ws.
'ER    WA
outract. .'
.X '1 S
i ply
Wl
Box
IRK
!:,', Di
li t
iii j
APPRl
M,
I OS,
���. \ 1'IC
e's   n
o flee,
i;s   u
Illlnei y
AVI
parli
ED,
��rs,
APPLY
opp��   It,
WANTED      BY      WORKING      MAX.
room and board near Eighth avenue
and Twelfth street. Reply ',<.. News
offh ���'.
1��0 ACRES on the Scott  road within
six    i' i'   i    ��� f    X.  i   VV . ' minster.
I'; li e $85 11 r acre;  , ne-l liird  c is
balauefi six, twelve    and    eighteen
months.    Investl      ��� this.    (20;   \.i
W A X T K I) ��� HOU S E K E E PING !
rooms for man iei couple. Apply'
Box  A.A., this ollice.
tupl
WANTED���A   CARPENTER,
Sash & Door factory.
WALSH
WANTED���A   GIRL  EOR  GENERAL
housework   and   plain   cooking.   Apply  125   Third  avenue.
FOR   SALE.
������()!:  SALE���TO  BE OFFERED  FORI
sale off the farm on market  Friday,
September 9, one    heavy    team    of
horses;   will do any kind of  work.
Tl-.on as Corbett
FOU    S&1.E���TWENTY-TWO    FOOT  _���_ M-_. _.��� __-,-_ .	
lannoh in  flrsl  class    condition;    a  THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD,
snap for .150 cash.    Apply 818 Ken- Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
neiy street. New  Westminster. Head  0ffjce        _        w   Columbia  St
FURNITURE      FOR      SALE      AXD Ne.w Westminster, B. C.
house to rent.    217    Keary    street. )Branch Office -     Kamloops, B.C,
Sapperton.
fOll SALE���AT ONCE, TWO LOffS
on Westminster road; about ISO
feet ,o another road; for .700; quarter cash. Herbert Gay, Windsor
hotel,  after   6  o'clock-
ROOMS TO RENT.
 ^^H	
FOR RENT ��� FURNISHED
room, 424 Third avenue.
BKD-
FURNISHED BEt) ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 713 Trew street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
Washington, Sept. 11. ��� Careful,
though unoffl, lai, analysis of the returns from the thiiteentli census on
liiiis thus far announced reveals that
the Increased rate of urban growth
for the Inst decade over thai of 1890
to 1900 has been confine l largely to
j I,,,,.; having a population of less
than 50,000.
\, hi e univers 11. ti.crc has been a
health) ince is >. In a large majority
of cities exceeding 50,000, the rate of
the previous decade has nol beea
maintained, In no Instanee so far has
,,n . ctual loss of population I ee,
Bll v. n, and pi i ;��� nl i . ipai Is ins are
only on the rate of t rov i ii,
The population of tblityjthn e cltl -
��� i  m  i ian 25,0uu lias b, en offlc ..
ly announced.
Large   Citiec   Covered.
Four anno ince i ems , ner elll, a ol
more than   100,000 -, eople.    They are
St. Lot Is, with G87 029, or an inc.ease
of 19.4 per cent, as com) ared with an
Increase of 27.3 per cenl as shown by
i ie i ensu's of 1900;    Pittsburg,   with
.. ,,| 05,  or an  Increase of    L8.2   i er
cent, as againsl  an  Incresae In   L900
of  31.3  per cent;   Buffalo,   with   432,-
,7!."., ah   inei''ase  of 20.2  per cent, as
6,  section  27, compared  with 37.8  In   1900, and   De-
west, N.W.D.; troit,  with   165,766, an   inn ease  of  63
per acre;   per cent, as compared  with 38.3 per
500 casii.  balance si\. twelve andlcenl   ten  years ago.
A decidedly better ai, ra; e is shown
tor t he nine cities ��hos po ilatioii
i;,n:cs i etween 200,000 an I 100,0, 0.
'i hese ai e: I >ent er, 213,; -1; St. Paul,
i'l 1,71!; Provlden, e, 221,126; l<
i-i   .   ..  ���.' ' i:   Jerse,     n ...    26 7,779;
.   rk.    317,-
.    1,'MG, ::nd    Mih
hi e, 373,857.
One-Third    Increase.
i' >r 'his "ioup ihe a\i e i omnia!   to  33. .  i     .    npared   with  an  in-
i of 26 ]      cent 1 1890-1!
But this hi      averaei i in 1
ir,    I -   ;   .    i ���      tlcnnl  s'n
���    le,     Denver i . two
if I       :    illest ci     -   '
el a gi of almost t
per cent,  as  c, mpi red   with  a    little
.ii        n 25 per cen   for thi   pre,
)US ten .''ears aad  K , < y al in s
eat; , li   .   than  24
er < < v   In the earlli     dec de.
The in, a for the ten , i let of be.
tween 100,000 ancl 200,0 10 u I .-liable to the 1890-1900 i erlod to th, ��a
ten, of almoi I four i er cent, t he average for 1900 being 35.7 | er cenl and
for 1900-1901 32 i er cent.
Eva-y   Rite   Shewn.
But notwlthstan ling this % ne al
falling  off  the  ral growth    hi i -
more evenly maintained In this than
In any other , lass. There ��ere not
io many extre , s, the advantage : la i
was wiih 1900 in the twenty-one
I ! tc s of from 30 I 00 to 100,000, the
average gain being 46.1 per eent, as
DRPinst 39.1 In 1900. it. should be explained, however, that Oklahoma City
ancl Schenectady, hate been excluded
trom this calculation because of th ���
abnormal  increase  In   both.
Other   Cities   Shown.
From the 25,000 to 50,000 grade
Muskogee, Okla., and Flint, .Mich., are
eliminate.1 for the same reason that
Oklahoma :i\j and Schenectady are
taken out of the 50,000 town class.
Because of their high figures they
would run the average up to an unwonted extent.
But even without them the showing
is altogether in favor of the last census. Of the cities of this class the,re
are nineteen. With Flint and Oklahoma City out, the mean growth is almost 48 per cent, while the increases
for the same places In 1890-1900 was
2o per cent.
Byl-iw    No.  83.
WHEREAS I'ouith siieel, Burnaby,
being   more   paiticularly   hereinafter
desci i1 ed, has been used as a W.f. i led
jroad   for   several   years   past;   AXD
[WHEREAS doubts have arisen whether the whole of tho said   Btreel   has
ever  beea actually  dedicated  to   the
public   and    the    possession    thereol
vested    In    the    municipality;    AND
WHEREAS is  is advisable   to establish and  open  the said  street   under
' the    provisions    , f    tBe    "Municipal
IClauses Act."   THEREFORE the municipal  council  of the corporation of
the distrlcl  of  Burnaby   ENACTS   aa
follows:
I. The street known as Fourth
street Burnaby, and being particular
ly described as a strip of land forty-j
nine an.l a half feel in width, lying
thirty three (33) feel noi I liea il ar.d
sixteen and a half feel southwesl of
the hereinafter described line, thai is
to say, commencing at the most easl
YOUNG MAN IS HEIR        VT
TO NEARLY ? .000,000" "
Comes   Into   Immense  Wealth   Handed
Down   by   His   Grandfather
Fifteen  Years  Atp.
Xew Vork. Sept. 11.���Judge Jay
Good, of El i'aso. Tex., accompanied
by Richard C. Wilson, of thai place.
has lefl on ihe beat for Providence,
They are going to collect, according
to Judge Good, a little matter of
.850,000, n blch con ea to the young
man as i lie resull of the <1D Isi m of
the estate of his grandfather, George
F.   Wilson.
"Mr.    Wilson's   grandfather,"   said
I'm e Good,  "was Ge u p
sr.,  of  l'rm i.lence
I''.   Wilson. |
When   lie  died   he I
erly   coiner  of   lol   11 eiity-cl. ht    i-":)|
group one. New Westminster di'stiict.|]efj -, big estate, but his will provided
for a distance of one thousand thai the estate be held in trusl until
nine hundred and thirty fe I a,,,,,- ;it| |,js children bad died. Mr.
moie or less to Its Intersection with  Wilson's   father.   George   Wilson,  jr..
I Seventh avenue In lol twent; el it, (!ll.,| ,,.,, ,,,- fifteen daya ago. and the
group one, New Westminster district, young man has come up to claim his
also   a   strip of land siv feet|a\ ,,,. ,,,  ,h(. (..,:;,,.. which we are In-
wide lying tii ty-three  (33)  feel    on formed  la al  leasl  $850,, ."
each Bide i i the herein ifter de i rlbed _____	
cenl'!- line thai is lo Bay commencing      " ��� -   -
al  ;.   point    m  the  line   dividing   i proprlate  and  take any   real   pn
twenty-eighl (28), group one (1) from Q!ty  thai   Is necessary   or conv,
lol  twentj Beven  (2't,, group one (1)   |     the ,   11 pu po t to the r,
distant   one    sand   nine   hundred  strlctlonB contained ln section 251 and
and   thirt;   f, el   north   < .fro ,    the "Municipal Cli '���  '.'
tlie i        '   iterlj  corner ,,!' lot twen This bylaw may be cited R>i all
128), i    ,up i i "    11).   Now   | rth   i treel   a; -
'.,'   hi inster   distrlcl    ,thenc,    north']    i    latlon bylaw."
���   t, rlj   nlon ���   ���  e Passed  by   th,   coum 11   on   I  o
twentj elj (28)     group      n,     (1). 2 Ird day of July, 1910,
oven    (27),   : ��� nip      |       d       DERED nnd fli
one    ; >             dl    ini e of om         i- ed, signed bj the reeve and i lerlt an I
��� md   ���   .' a" ��� indre I   i nd               en        ���     ..in the corj oral I on tl
feet more or less to the most north-]  day of  1910.
AND   EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  AT 	
MOREY'S
665----CoIurr.b!a Street���665
LNeiv Westminster, B.C.
I
30  ACRES
it-,
over- t\  ���
: sction 25, township 2,
f.  ������' 12 0 c; sh,  ft&l i i,
irs. C141-A.)
10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
sect! 19. I iwnship 2. $201 per
acre: one-third < sb! . balance si : : nd
twel e :, oni lis at 7 ; cm' cent, interest. ,2<u-A.r
(fly  coim     ��� 128>, REEVE,
i one fa.), New I C. M. C.
��� i let, sin II be nnd Is her, I 	
ed and opened as a publ t  thc  al
1 . law   Is a  true c       i      i ���   ���
2.   \t r  the   ] - deflnitelj       i to be reconsldi
vest ��� lon ol on the 17th day of S
and   hlgl I     the led] ber. 1910.
the   corj dl     let   , ,     C SAUND1
he coun, il may enter upoi c \; ,'
*.
������������(���U^
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured
ihi:-m
NEW  WESTMINSTI R, C. c.
Telephone   R  113. t ,      S;
t__________L. _ ...iUiaL.     .      .
.-.^;r*77_
SALE
FIVE ACR��3 in section 13,
8, o. X'' ..��� ii id $150
Terms e, er t wo j ears.
LANGLEY
township
! cr ac e
(91-A.)
IVE acre tracts, consisting cf the
mosl f trtile a 'il In Langley dla
trlcts, cleared and In a high Btate
o.f cultivation; tram lino running I that
through the property; good roada
on all sidi >. Pri e $175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three  years.
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received sorre of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
5 Rooms, modern, full sized lot, lane in the rear.
Situated on 5th Avenue near 4th Street. Price only
$2100. Terms 1-2 CacH, balance to arrange. This
must be sold within 8 days, as owner leaves   the cily
P. PEEBLES
THE
IJflaaittMlftHKlMa^VyHW-'TWCXaTggl f.
."""T""���~,.^ "������-��� ~~.~'"T^S-S
��'^9��E!S��^
C33LK2&3E3 C^^ESR ��3 Q&�� ��
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
(Successors to Hale Bros. & Kennedy,
Limit-id.)
Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
A GINGER SNAP���City lot, 45x145, on
Third avenue and tram line, one lot
and street from Queens park. Price
.2000;  JfiOO cash, balance 6, 12 and
18  months at 7  per cent.
BOOM TO RENT���A comfortable fur-1
.nished bedroom suitable for two]
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-!
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply!
after (I p. m. or hetween 9 a. ni. and I
Ji p. m. at Room li, U23 Columbia i
Btreet.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE���
Elr8l class hoard. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cooking. Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Ariips streel.
CENTRAL PARK PICK-UP���On Inman avenue, close to tram line,
1% acre lot, cleared and
50 trees planted. Ten roomed two
story house, stone foundation, hot
water heat ins furnace, electiic light
and modern conveniences. Price
$7000; $2000 cash, balance over
thiee years at 7 per cent. One
thousand gallon an hour artesian
well lately struck near this property.
Chief Justice Is Returning.
Liverpool, Sept. ll.���Sir Charles
Fitzpatrick, chief justice of the supreme court of Canada, who represented the Dominion on the fisheries
arbitration tribunal at The Hague,
sailed for home on the K
Britain on Sunday.
Empress   of,
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room  suitable  for  two.     Handy  to
business section.    Apply  129 Tenth
street.
TO  RENT.
TO    RENT       	
modern;      apply     XI,'{
street, above Eighth
minutes from ear line.
UNFURNISHED* JLA.T,
Fourteenth
ivenue;     tive
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the If, P. block; suitahle
for stole rooms, skating rink, oi
moving pictures, elc, etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester
S��c. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street. City.
LOST.
LX)ST���O.NF DOUBLE EAGLE WITH
diamond setting, between G. N.
freight depot and Hub barber shop.
Suitable reward. Apply X., News
office.
LOST���IN THE VICINITY OF ASH
Btreet. surveyor's strei tape chain.
Finder please return to the city en-
���j!imi?r at. the city hall.
LOST���A POCKETBOOK CONTAIN-
inR sim of money and checks.
Kinder return to the Royal City
JDye Works and receive reward.
FINE FRASER FRONTAGE���Forty
acres ,1050 f,.) near New Westminster. Two seven and eight roomed
houses on property and wharf
building 20X401 20 to 25 acres cultivated. Price $20,750; terms, $(1750
cash, $3000 November 1, 1910, balance over three years at 7 per cent.
Half of this property separately for
$10 500, Terms $2,125 cash, balance
in three equal payments at 7 per
cent.
Italian Cholera Victims.
Rome, Sept. 11,���The virulency of
the cholera in the southern section of
Italy continues to manifest Itself.
there being eight deaths and eleven
new cases reported during the last
twenty-four hours.
New
.Fall
I Suit
Is
I Here
Paris   Express   Wrecked.
Bernay,    France,     Sept.    11.���
Paris bound express from Cherb,
was  derailed   here  last,  night.    Seven
persons were killed and fifty Injured.
The   express   was   running
speed.
-The
>urg,
at   high
TWIN CITIES SPECIAL���Two ten
acre lots in midst of Twin Cities
subdivision of 33 foot lots. Will he
sold separately or together for short
tine at $075 an nc:e; ahout half
price of adjacent subdivision property.    Easy terms, on application.
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor.  Columbia
and   Begbie  Sts.
New Westminster. B. C.      Phone 335
Secretary Comrrlts Suicide.
San Francisco, Sept, 11.���Henry
Thieler, financial secretary of the
Building Trades Council, committed
suicide in his home last, night by
shooting himself in the head. Ile was
forty-eight years old. A widow survives hlm.
I
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
#
Many Pe iple \
n:\yr before  I       in a
position I', 'i-i
now be ready to
bank account.
The Hank of Tor
- fers to all such peo] le
the  facilities   of their
laage and stn
ing organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances ha!f-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable  terms.    :: ( ::
1NCORPORATEDI1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTE. ,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
The
ac-
new STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURE"J"r'^���
Triple  screw,  14,9^, ton*.
S.S. MEGAN i i.	
Twin    ��crew,    11,900   tons.
largest   and    most   modern,
commodatlon equal  to any cro��i'
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
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.
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAK'NG.
J
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39 Alexander St.
The cut her3 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
PORT MANN
LAF:GE LOTS (66*132) on Johnson
road; .200 each; .10.00 cash, $10.00
per month.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.
LOST -- ON SATURDAY AFTER-
noon, a gold watch and chain, either
on Columbia street, or between
Third avenue and Pine street. Reward.    Return to Dally News office.
LOST���LA DIMS' SILVXR WATCH
with gold chain, between tram office and Third streel. Suitable reward for returning same to Dally
News ofllce.
FOUND.
POUND���TEAM    OF   HORSES,
ply James Doyle, Penitentiary
If   not  called   for  In   fourteen
will  be sold to defray expenses
AP-
Row.
days
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetscn Hats
ft  Columbia Street New Westmi ister, B. C.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eiflhth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro-
near The Dally News Co., GOO Victoria
Street.
|    Try  a  "WANT"  ad   In  Tlie Ne**
It will bring results. ,NDAV. SEPTEMBER 12, 1910.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
pag;
Automobile for Hire
Day  and   Night.
Tele?h0
ne: Day 703. Night L611
Rank of. Montreal
"       ESTABLISHED 1817.
&*--
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
���   nchea throughout    Canada    and
JSondland, anu In  London, Eng-
" j Nfl�� York, Chicago and Spokane,
"Va   and Mexico City.    A  general
l''b;'1I1'���'   business    transacted.    Let-
baD      .Wit issu^i.   available    with
(PI'S oi * 'q
Respondents in
'     ���       Hank Department���Deposits
���ns  of  $1   and  upward,
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
Al the annual meeting of the agricultural Bocletirs of British Columbia
held Iii Victoria In January last, date
for the fairs through    I the Piovli   e
were arranged as follows:
First    Circuit.
Alberni       Sept. It and IT,
Nanaimo      Sept. 16 and  17
Sept. 2'.' and ii::
Sept. 23 and 24
.' Sept. 21
...Sept. 27 to Oct, 1
is turning    $30,000 REflMD
HAN'S LIMBS TO BONE ^ ^ jd^
AN     EASTERN     PESSIMIST.
7
Hardening   of   Mus:lcs   Continues
Months,   Making   It   Difficult
for Him to Walk.
for
Comox
Cow Ichan
The Island
Victoria
Indian's Seedling Is A New
Variety Whose Keeping
Quality Gives Great Hope.
N. and S. Saanlch
.Oct.,7 and 8
all    parts of   the
' Savin,
lieii in  sums ...  ��.   """ ������!'"��.u,
'id interest allowed at 3 per cent, pei
Jnnum  'present  rate).
Total  Assets  over   $186,000,090.00
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
Q, D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Second   Circuit.
Coquitlam
Maple   Ridge.
Mission
Agassiz
Chilliwack     .
 Sept. 20
.. .  Sept. .1 and 22
 Sept. 21!
 Sept. 27 and 2%
Sept. 20, 21 and 22
Richmond, Va., Sept. 11.���S. M. L.I
Peaden,  a lamer,  aged  30,  of  Pitts 	
county, North Carolina, is threatened |     .,    ...     _ ,,     _..        ., , ,
with  ossification  of     the  limbs  andj    Seattle. Sept   U.-Thlrty  thousand
body at the retieal for the sleh hero, dollars was tbe sum recently ottered
Peaden's con :11 tion is thought to he; an Eastern Washington nurse
due to the   hookworm    disease, from
which he Buffered two yours ago.    lie
ry
located
coin-
near
cured   after
a  year s
pany for one apple tree,
Lake Chelan.    The proffer  was made
Thirds  Circuit
Xicola      	
Armstrong
Vernon      	
Kamloops
Kelowna      	
Salmon   Ann   . .
was pronounced 	
ii cai ment. j by  a syndicate  which  desired to pro-
Six months ago he noticed a hard-1pagate the tree.    It was turned down
in.   of the muscles of his feet, Hubs
and hands.    Physicians diagnosed the
Westminster
Transfer Co.
vmt Th one US.      Barn -Flout 117
Columbia Street-
glfg&ge   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot Uie city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
0FFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Summerland
. .Sept. 13 and 14
. .Sept. 22 and 23
.. .Sept. IS to 17
.. .Sept. 28 to ?,0
. .Sept. 20 and 21
. .Sept. 2'.\ and 24
cate as rheumatism.    The
continued so thai he could
ahout much.
hardening
not move
which-  wi.l
by   the  nursery   company
develop the fruit Itself.
The tree is twenty years old, and is
I called tho Cheland.    The fruit is gold
I
the
the
the
f. J. C, Walton,  who is treating|en Jellow, and Is said to he cliff
patlenl with e triclty, savs thai |from that ��r i,n-v other aPP!e grown i.i
disease was yielding somewhat to I Washington, it is also sai.l to possess
.Oct. 17 and 18
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6   Westminster Trust  Building
Ntw Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone  133
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey      Sept. 27
Langley      Sept. 28
Eburne    Sept. 2* and :;��
Ladner     Sept. 23 and 24
treatment,
SUNDAY    HARVESTING.
m
CANADIAN PACING
RAILWAY CO.
I Washing!:)]]. It. is ^^^^^^^^^^
(exceptional keeping qualities, a box
having heen kept In storage in this
city for two years without any mark*
ed deterioration.
Twenty years ago, so the story
tuns, an Indian planted a handful of
apple seeds, three of which giew. The
fruit of but one of the ti ees was goo I
|for anything, The tree Is now of
Uie bea er. Last
1  apple  show  at
p, 0. Box 395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating  and  Plumbing
ill Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial  Block
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcaes Tor Ladles from ��12/5
"'
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
16.00.
Biker Watches, gents' ojn-n case,
|7.50 up.
A.ent for Waltham and Klgin
I ITatrh-.'S.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
' Two Dcors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Train  Service New
Westminster
Departures.
5:4a~To Seattle, Port Moody, Bar-
nett and Vancouver.
8:00���To Vancouver.
9:1S���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.
19:36���To Montreal and Okanagan
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
7:4::���From Montreal, Vancouver,
Port   Moody.
9:10���From St. Paul, Okanagan
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From Agassi/., Vancouver
and local points.
16:15���From Vancouver.
18:45���From Vancouver, Seatt'e
and  local points.
20:4u���From  Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal and Nicola
points.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
��� H.  C.  B.  FOSTER,  A.  G.  P.  A., Van
couver.
Rev.   W.   M.   Rochester    Says    Emergency Will  Have to Be  Proved.
Writing from Walnwrlght, Alberta,
Uev.   \V.  M.  Rochester,  pf the  Lord's
Day   Alliance,  draws  attention   to  the'great size and a pro
report In the Winnipeg Free Press ofjyear, at   the  nations:
harvesting  done  in  tne   Kedvers  dis- Spokane, fruit from the t'ee look (list
iii t.  Has,;., on  Sunday,  September 4.  prize for new  varieties of apples.
ii'1 says: The nursery company has for two
"In some Instances the Alliance ior three years hack taken grafts from
found reports of Sunday harvesting j the tree, and now has enough young
exaggerated.    Enough of fact remains, Jones to set out 1000 acies.    This is to
lie done at once. Great precaution
has heen taken to prevent the theft
of the young trees or of the grafts or
buds.
t Western Canada Trade Gazeite.)
In  striking contrast to tlie   enthu-i
siasm   and   optimism   with   which   Sir
Wilfrid Laurier views tlie west, come.-;'
the statemeni  of T.  M.  Fraser. proba-l
bly  a  apece  nam,  on  the  Dally  Telegraph, of St. John. N.  H.     Pessimist
Praser accompanied the Laurier spe-'
cial on the western tour.   IncidentallyI
he wrote rank rot. Mere are a few ex-|
cerpts from an article written by bis
tiring pen:
"The   west   thinks   broadly,   but   ;s
yet noi   dee] ly.    Of course  it  knows'
nol hing."
"The calibre of their public men
shows that the people do not take'
politics seriously. They talk of the
time when our representation must
be reduced to make room for thel
gieat an.l rapidly growing west. Let
it. So long as they give us one to
j three or perhaps four of their men,
renf | we shall still be on a fairly equal footing."
"We have not met one Individual
who was not full of the most absolute
faith in the country, and all Express
themselves as being satisfied that
they are very much better off than
they were In the place from whicn
they came, lt is tiresome but It is
building up the west."
Fraser lacks appreciation of the
west. He does not realize that the
success attending the efforts of those
that he classes as the du 1 and uncultured residents of the prairies provides   tlie    barometer    for   Canadian
destiny In the w/      ~\
figures   reaching
dieds  of   thousand*.
an i\e at the sum total
be   would   find   that   thel.
wealth is many times in exiik.
per cai Ita wealth of any like n.
of easterners  who,  though   having"
opportunity to go west, remained at.
borne.    He would also Iind that  mote
university courses arc  being  liiiincetl
with    case    in    the    west   tha:i    are
thought possible in the east.
The article written hy this man
gives us proof positive that he i:s nor.
a student, lie tires as a lesult of
our optimism. Does he not. know
that without optimism we cannot luva
true loyalty? The foundation of the
Greater Canada is tlie faith that the
Canadian lias in his count ry. If we
did not have that faith and optimisu
Canada would never have that magnetic Influence which is gradua iy
drawing hundreds of thousands from
a source of less favored countries.
Fraser must regret that be cannot
close his article with the statement,
that large numbers of former easterners, now residing in the west, are
preparing to again invade and establish homes in bis cultured and conservative east. Our records, however,
do not warrant such a statement, a��
con lil ions appear to warrant the
statement, "Once a westerner always
a westerner."
FASTER    TRAINS    PLANNED.
Plan to Improve 1000 Mile Long Journey  in  South  Africa.
Capetown, Sept.  11.���A  number   oC
very   interesting  and  important trials
however, to indicate that this form of
.Sunday labor is too prevalent and
ilneatens to increase.
"To   farmers   the   Lord's    Day    Act
makes no concession other than is
implied in tlie phrase 'work of neces
sity and mercy,' and the clause sec.
V. in exceptions cited in the act, 'any
unavoidable work on the Lord's Day
to save property in cases of erne;-
gency, or where such property is in
imminent danger of destruction or of
serious injury.' That certain forms of
farm work
exceptions
Union Bank Buys Site.
Victoria, Sept. 11.���The Union Bank
of Canada, has purchased a site at tbe
corner of Government street and
Trounce avenue for a price in tlie
neighborhood   of  $150,000,  on   which
trade. He is also suffering from a are now heing made by the railway
severe attack of jealousy and section- department, with a view to shorten-
alism. He has observed the shiploads lng, If possible, the 1000-mlle-journoy
of Immigrants that land in and do not between Pretoria and Capetown from
consider N'ew Brunswick, and in an fifty to thirty-eight hours. lt is
endeavor to adapt the trite slogan, state 1 that the result of the InitiU
"What we have we'll hold," to the trials has been highly satisfactory.
province of which he Is such a poor I and has surpassed all anticipation. IT
representative, he makes statements, the department are able to slnrtira
calculated to influence the residents the journey by so considerable a time
of New Brunswick to remain within j they will succeed In raising the aver-
the borders of their province. |age mileage of their trains from twen-
If we coulcj take a census of all the ty miles pter hour to. roughly speafc-
former residents of the eastern prov- lng. twenty-seven miles, a high aver-
inces who are now working out their age for so long a journey.
will be erected handsome hanking
are not mentioned in the premises. The property, which has a
affords the presumption I irontage of fifty-six feet on Govern-
that the occasion for immunity under i ment street an.l 120 feet on Trounce
the act would require to be very nvenue. comprises the premises of J.
clearly demonstrated as being a work   Wenger,    jeweler,    the    Hub    Cigar
""\
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
8Vi   to  25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
lestmtaster Iran Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
FOR CHILUWACK
And  Uprlver Landings
The New Sternwhee'er
WALSH SASK
& DOOR CO.
W. B. Walsh      VT, E. Walsh, Jr.
factory, 226 1411 St.
New Westminster,  B.C.
Phsns 413.
We  make  a  specialty  of  fr
4**,y*   steassed a��4 We iri**.
S.   S.   PAYSTREAKj
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, with
passengers nnd freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri
day nnd Sunday at 7 a. m.
Pirst Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon  and  Sixth  St.  New
Westminster B. C, Plioee 354.
JOHN DOBSON, Manager.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hespital.
221! Townsend Bt. Materalty
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
of necessity or emergency. The burden of proving necessity or emergency would also be with the party
complained against and not with thc
prosecution.
"The question of harvesting cn Sun
day   was,   like   some   other   quest! in:
which   some  people  think  are  raised
now for the first time, thoroughly con
sldered  ly parliament:    'A  proposa.
was made to grant Immunity for bar
vesting in had weather, and a clause
accordingly to be embodied in the act.
This  was  not  strongly   opposed,  bul
the western members said they wou.d
not   consider   Uie   proposition.    Th j
���said:    'We have had no harvesting iu
the west thus far and no one has suf-
"e:'.L   If the clause is given a ptece
In tl e law we shall have an o; en Sunday   harvesting,  as   reports   indicate j
tl e great body of our western farmers
!o not. and those who abstain nre ap i
oarently  none  the  worse.    Our wes* i
has  not suffered in  its  harvests   by |
P.   -llv   1,1 ine       'inatii,'
"While the Alliance is as generous:
ly disposed as a.iyone in its consideration of necessity and emergency It
does appeal to the .(arming communl
i ties wheie Sunday labor has been car- j
I tied on to stand for the worthy tradi
j tions and the time-honored customs of
our people and our land.   It Is easier
to lose than to get.    Our farmers in
the west have a good name. Let them
perpetuate  It.    The  Sabbath  has   by
them been  beld in  high esteem, and
I nobly defended.    Let them not   now
fail  In  preserving to the generations
i to come this great heritage.
"As to tbe Alliance activity in such
matters, these reports will be Investigate.! and parties alleged to have offended will be interviewed or communicated with. If It should be necessary, the situation will be reported
to the  attorney-general's  department.
store, tlie Grotto saloon and the offices uf E. Musgrave, real estat ���
agent.
Hudson      Bay      Mortgage     Company
Ottawa.   Sept.   11.���The  first   notice j
'if private legislation, apart from   divorce bills, for the  next   session   ofl
parliament   has  appeared.     The  Hudson   Bay   Mortgage  company,  of  Van-1
couver. will seek a bill of corporation
with  the  general   powers   of  a   loan
company. , ��� ���.    i
^   BRAIN WORKERS   |*.
*_fk\wtkm    u'ho ��et '';tle exercise, feel better all round for   InflR^.
an occasional dose of
"NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives
They tone up the liver, move the bowels gently but freely, cleanse the
system and clear the brain. A new, pleasant and reliable laxative, prepared
ty a reliable firm, and worthy of the NA-DRU-CO Trade Mark.
25c. a box.   If your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25c. and
!3��EgSa we will mail them.
^Jrl   NATIONAL DRUG & CHEMICAL COMPANY
"M OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL.   21
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i
MAROONED ON ISLAND;
FORCED 10 EAT GRASS
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING i
Estimates Given on Any Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk.
1 Modern   Robinson   Crvsce   Is   Rescued
l
1 From Lonely Islet in Yukon
River.
*   A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple *.**t
Label)
1�� r��!nteB h, fan* tmrj toy.   Our ******* j��t��".JJmlSS^
piecediag ����.   ike ami^Mi-~��1 and ****tia**- "��� "*
��� TBI COWAl} CO.. Lid., TORONTO
Fairbanks, Alaska, Sept, 11.���One of
the deckhands Of the steamer Monarch has an , acute appreciation of
what It means to be stranded on a
desert Isle.
On the last ti ip of the Monarch
down the Tanana liver some one
noticed that a flag was being waved
from a little Island ln the river. Captain illair stopped his boat and sent
oack to Investigate. There he found
an unfortunate man who had been
wrecked ou the Island, lost all of his
outfit and was reduced to the necessity of eating grass.
As the man had been three days
without food he was weak, but he accepted a job as leckhand on the Monarch, where a few good meals
straightened him out.
He Eays he wi.l not again trust him
self in anything as small as a poiing
boat.
Millionaire's   Son   Takes   Poison.
Los Angeles. Sept. 11.���Wl 11. m
Oliver Radford, son of William H.
Radford, a millionaire mining man of
San Francisco, committed suicide here
last night by taking poison. The body
was found tonight. A message was
left for Mrs. N. G. Busch, South Jefferson avenue. St. Louis, in which the
Is referred to aa "the only little girl
1 ever loved."
Results or a
7
?
**^%
?
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 ?
- Daily - News
Westminsters   Morning   Paper
rj PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 12,,
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The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally News Publish-
in.   Company, Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
t. A.  Paige Managing Director
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER  12,  1910.
THE    FISHERIES'    DISPUTE.
The award of the Hague Tribunal
in regard to tie long -standing dispute
;is lo the fishery rights on the coast
of Canada, hetween Great Britain and
the United Miles, is of an Important
and far-reaching character, Whilst
the Unite:l States lias succeeded upon
five of tlie seven points submitted to
the tribunal, Greal Britain has won
on the two points of real Importance.
One of the questions submitted for
decision was: "Prom where musl be
measured three marine miles off any
of tlle coasts. hays, creeks or harbors
referre I ta In article one of the Amer-
Ican-Brltlsli treaty of 1818?" Whal
was Involved In Ciis question, was
llie right to waters hithorto regarded
as British, bul disputed
I he An ei i -an fishei n en
claime 1 the light to take the me is ire
from any part-of the shore, even the
farthest inland point, and thereby 11
have to right to casi their nets in th'e
middle of any Canadian hay or estuary with a radius of more than three
miles. The British government, however, contended that the limit must
i c ii , is ned from an Imaginary line
connecting the headlands, and this
content! in has been upheld by the
Inti   na   ��� nai court.
The decision will reserve to Canada
many valuable fishing grounds, both
on the Atlantic and Pai ific coai ts,
and will mean tlie removal from such
waters as Hecate strait, the numerous
American fishing boats that liave been
accustomed to frequent these. The
value of these fishing
Dominion is considerable and in the
future  this  value will  no   doubt   be
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In
Continue to arrive daily, making welcome additions to < ur select stock of ready-to-wear,     .,
lng the new portion for this departmenl  already, which  makes ll a roomy, well lighted sei
ing us io display to better advantage our enormous collection. We Invite all who are lni   i
and  Inspect  the new  styles ���our goods and prices will stand Inspection���even If you aro nol . ,
to purchase come In and see what the fashions are to be.   We received our seven tons
la ��� week, a large portion of thla being directly Imported.    We hope to be UBlng the i
by the cud of the week, Including the line new windows.    Watch for our announcement
r-T-2, STATISTICS SH
NUMBER OF PASTORS
United States Has 164,830
Pastors-Average Salary,'1
��, ���"   Sipprell,   principal   of   Columbian
$663; Highest $15,000
New York. Sept. 11.���All churchmen lune been Interested in the census bulletin recently issued giving
church statistics.
Theie were 104,830 t hristian ministers, in the United States, besides
1084 Jewish rabbis, and they increase
al the rate of nearly 4000 a year,
rounls to the Their average salaries is not so small
as many suppose, for the sum is $663.
Baptists and Methodists share more
than  half the whole number of  min
isters   in   the   country   due   to
dustry on
ened.
The other point in dispute in wliich
Henceforth both Canada and Newfoundland will be In a position to
carry on the Atlantic fisheries as they
rpay consider best. The decision wlll,
presumably, give Newfoundland entire control of the bait supply, the dispute in respect to which was the ori-
gin of the reference to the Hague
court. This, like most of the other
points in the dispute, turned upon
the construction oi^itbe provisions cf
DOUBLE    WEDDING.
A double wedding took place al the
ho r.e of .1. Ross, Aldergrove, on Wednesday, Septembi r 7. when his i wo
daughters, .Miss Grace and .Miss La-
vina, were unite 1 In matrimony, the
lirst being the bi ide of Ri v. Henry
Wilson, of Troii; Lake ( ity, It. C, and
the second I ecoming t e bride of A.
E. Gledhill, of Aldergrove, B. C.    The
Dr.
.   '
li ue.  iii  t he  presence  of aboul    fifty
guests.     Promptly   al   twelve   o'clock
the  two  couples  entered  the  parlor,
while    Lohengrin's    Wedding    March
was played, and stood under an evergreen  arch.    .Miss  Grace  was  beauti
fully gowned in  white pongee, hand-
embroidered silk,  aad  carried  a bouquet    of  tea   roses,  wearing   orange
blossoms .in her hair,  while  .Miss  La-
vinia,   gowned   in   the  same  material, J
carried a bouquel  of i ink sweet peas.I
.Miss  Grace  had  as   bridesmaid   Miss
M. West, of this city, who was neatly
attired  In  a  pale-blue  voile, and  car-'
ried a  bouquet of hydrangeas.    Mi^s
Lavinla  was attended   by  Miss   far-:
inichael,    of    Aldergrove,    and     Mi^s1
Dorothy Rae, of Vancouver, as flower
girl.      Mr.  Wilson  was supported  by
Uev.   Thomas  Keyworth, of  Nanaimo,;
THE   NEW   COATS
', Ite a bi ir in coats alreac'y.    Many who hue coan ;������   ' havi  been tempti
count of so many of our garments being exclusive models.   Cheviots,    Bi     Icloi      on J    ll
Serg<  and Tweed effects arc largelj   to the tore this season.   Severe I
pleated skirt models with braided I Immings, made from plain .1 ths and tnixtun      i     i
mable  colorings.    From   .
$14.0 I
reatly  increased  and  the  fishing  in-  igters   in   the   country   due   to   their
coasts  much strength.- large number of small churches, especially  in  rural districts.
There are In Manhattan and Brook-
,vn several scores of ministers whose I while G. Gledhill assisted his brother,]
the award is against  the Washington salaiies exceed    $5! i year.    The A. E. Gledhill.   After the ceremony a
government is that as to the   regula- highest salary ever offered a minister .dainty luncheon  was provided by the
tlon  of   fisheries   in   colonial    waters,  to preach in New Vork. and given cut   brides'   parents,   and   at   3   p.   m.   the]
in a public call, was $18,000 a year happy couples took the train for Yic-i
and a house, offered last year by the,toria and Seattle. Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
null avenue Presbyterian church, and son will proceed via Spokane to their
declined. Several ministers receive home in Trom Lake, while Mr. and
$15,000 a yeai-, and there are a dozen Mrs. Gledhill will return to their home
or more who get $111,000. These sal-'at. Aldergrove. Mr. Wilson is well
aries are the highest in the world. A j known here, having preached for a
minister in London who gets $M000 a year al Cloverdale: also a year at
year is near the top. In New Yoik South Westminster, and having spent
he is near the bottom. 'several   years   at   Columbian   college.
The government shows; tho average, Several of Mr. Wilson's college as-
salaries of ministers in cities having sociates attended the wedding, among
300.000  population  and  over  for    the whom  were:     Revs.  Braden,  Ridlan 1,
Fakely,  of   this   city,  and   Mr.  Key
orth. of Nanaimo.
���Claimed  a  rifcht  to obtain  herring for I -Methodist, $1072;  Presbyterian   S9.4.-.0: '
tlieir bait for cod  fishing from   Xew.i Protestant  Episcopal,  $1873:   Reform-]
ed, $-1938;  Roman Catholic, $684; and CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
Jewish  rabbis. $1491. J       NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.    C.
It is estimated that in 1IU0 the sum     ���
of  $100,000,000  is  being  paid  to  min-1    Tenders   for   Sewer   Construction,
isters of the Unite 1 States in person-      The  corporation  is desirous   of real  salaiies,  and  that    congregational  ceiving  tenders   for   the   laying   and
expenses, missions and extensions in- ] construction of about ten   110)   miles
1 CIjprincipal religious bodies to be: Bap- Fi
Die treaty of 1818. The Ameileans tist, ?17!>3; Congregational. $1938;Jw(
laimed a rife-lit to obtain herring fori
their bait for cod fishing from Newfoundland waters, but the decision of
the court that Gieat Britain has perfect right to make local laws to regu
Jfcat.e the fisheries means that the Americans must conform to the Newfoundland regulations, so far as these
aie consistent with treaty obligations.
Our neighbors have long been dependent upon the Newfoundland waters
for their bait, and they will now have
lo make special arrangements with
Newfoundland for the purpose. They
wiil still be at. liberty to engage Newfoundland fishermen to work for
them, but only in consonance with the
responsibilities of these men as citizens of -Newfoundland.
volves an  outlay  ibis  year  of  $200,- of sewers on the Eighth Btreet sewer
000,000 more.   These outlays are higher than ever before.
WORLD'S RECORD  IS
BLAINE   REMAINS   DRY.
r*nwr , ,
Wet Forces Are Routed Nearly Two
. to One in Border City.
Blaine, Sept. 11.���At. yesterday's
election on the local option question
Blaine voted 1.89 "wet" kid 250 "dry."
Tiiis places Blaine in the dry column
fir two years more.
age system in the city of New Westminster. Further particulars and
plans can be obtained from J. W.'B,
Blackman, city engineer.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to five o'clock p. m. of
the  26th  inst.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W.  A.   DUNCAN.
City   Clerk.
City hall, September 10, 1010.
LAND   ACT.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict  of   New   Westminster
Take notice    thai  John    Ferdinand
Motor Hose Wagon.
Winnipeg, Sept. 11���The new motor
hose wagon for the Winnipeg fire brl-
BROKEN SEVEN TIMES   gade arrived yesterday  morning, and
  appears to be a valuable addition to
Bl    I'uil   Minn    S��n��    ti      i,   ,.   n     "^ J*1"??.,8111,     "   haB  a  Suaranteed I BaggB. Of Nelson     Island,    occupation
.1. lain,. Minn., Sept. 11���Ralph De sneed of BO miles an hour   carrying farmer, Intends to aoDlv for  ,,.,-,,,!.
Raimas world's automobile    circular 2000 feet of hose and seven men, and ' " '
track  record for one mile was broken j will  lune to show this at. tlie donion-
B^ven "mes at the state   lair   track l stration before being take? over
he. eesierday alternoon.    iJo  Palma,   streets will be cleared for tne
Kerch*!'.   Bin man     and     Oldfield     all	
Suits To Suit All Tastes
Everything that is smart and up-to-date In suits is i i be found In tl Ls   our bush
mai', Cheviot and Broadcloth, all new and fashionable b! idlngs In exclusl
all well dressed ladies.   The collection of colors la extremely large this season,   almost   i
colorings of last season for variety.   Stunning models In        '.     of raisin, green, grey, brown ui I
pleated   panelled and Btrapped effects.   Moderately priced, from.. $18.50 tc $50.00
Busy Days in the Dress   Goods   Section
And no wonder, the choice this departmenl  affords In  fabrics and ed'.ors, Is sufficient to sull I ���
fastidious.    Fer children's s bool dresses our stock of navj  Sergi i and   Worsteds  cannot  be beaten for
value.    For ladies' suits and dresses we have the largest and besi assorted range ol Btapli  and i
fabrics  In  the   city,   and ftr   evening   or   afternoon   wear our selection of exclusive Silk    F
Eollennes, and Voiles arc attractive on account of their distinctiveness.   Inspection Invited. Prices n i
from, per yard ,. ..30c to $2.50
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  CO.
Commencing Sunday, August 21, the
train for Kootenay, St. Paul and Chicago will leave at 15:05 instead of
16:25.
Passengers for Port Moody and
Barnet can leave at Iti:45 and arrive
at Port Moody at 18:27. Ki. Goulet.
agent. ������
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Tho
i est.
Chinese Students Arrive.
San Francisco, Sept, 11���Tlie steam-
ship  China  arrived  here  today  from
lowered the mark of 51.80 si t  by Do
l'alm.'i on the same track   one    v 'ar
ago, but Oldfield succeeded in making
tlle   best   lime  of  them  all,  the  new
record    being    49.25    sec,uds.    hJaen
man   was  given  two   trials  at  the   re- j
cord.    Oldfield made a second try arid   on.! annual installment  thai China    i.
although  a  tire cane off    near    the sending to this
finish, he made the distance in   .0.8
sion  to purchase the    following    d.
scribed lands:
Commencing   at    a    post,   planted
about    one    mile northeast    from th.
head   of  Billings   bay,   and   about     to
chain* easterly from    the    Boutheasl
corne'  of timber lol    number   .'! 7::41,
thence  north  40  chains,  thence  east
Oriental   ports   with   a   delegation   of;40 chains, thence    south
sixty-six   Chinese   students  on  board,  thence   west  40   chains
These  students are  a   pari  of the sec   '
I year course in
country to take a four-
American universities.
40  chains
to   point     of
commencement, containing li;o acres
more or less.
JOHN PBRDTNAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 20, 1010.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to Monday, September 12, 1910, for the erection and
completion of a Church Building on
Sixtli avenue.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the residence of Rev. F. S. Okell,
Twelfth street and Flghth avenue.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
J. w. Mcdonald, Sec.
At last a Positive Cure has been found for
ASTHMA
in the Now Famous INDIAN HERB CURE
Manufactured and  put up in Victoria, B. C, by J. F. Fitzpatrick,
���t Address:     628 Hornby, Vancouver.    Phone  R 4845,
Coming to  New Westminster Shortly���address  later.
This Is one more proof of the efillcacy of the Asthma Cine.   Heir
what Ijie Victoria lady has to say about the Asthma Cure.
**���'���   "*>**[__& 112.1 North f��nrk St.,
.       Victoria, B.C., October *S, lS0��. s
Mr. Fitzpatrlck.
I am writing this to l��t you know \*_M rt great relief I have found
your asthma cure. I hat'e Buffered fro'M fefUrma Wrr ten years, and
have tried so many different remedies ami Have found nothing that
have given me such great relief as your astlulNi <Mn<\ and hy continually taking it, I think 1 will fiud it a cure.
/      ..- MRS. .VAY WITTY.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot ol Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where It will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other Btreet or incline or on any
lane, vacant lot. or public property
will be prosecuted under tbe provisions of Ihe Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J.  PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June 13. 1910.
ADVERTISE   IN  THE  DAILY  NEWS
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I    JEWELRY
��� Our stock of jewelry In Gold, Silver and  Gold  Plated is the must
��� complete ever shown in Westminster.    Call and bo convinced.
\ Chamberlin's 3*�������
I Agents, for tho Howard, Ball, Longines and  Hamilton Watches.
���   ' official time Inspector for C. P. Ry.
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LOTS
A Choice Building Lot on corner Fourth
Avenue and Fourth Street, all cleared. Price
$1600.   Terms.
Two Cleared Lots on Pine Street, $1050
each, terms spread over 3 years.
Choice Acre facing Seventh Avenue and
backing on Hamilton Street. $2600, only $500
down,   m
PORT MANN
We have the Exclusive Sale of several tracts
of Acreage in the Port Mann townsite.
DWELLING HOUSES
See our list of Residences for Sale situated
in all parts of the city.   Terms Reasonable.
Oliver Tynewriters. 10, 12 and 15 inch carriages. Small Cash Payment and $5 a month.
Call in and see one.
See Us For Prices and Terms
WHITE, SHILES ^ CO., New Westminster Agents m
.. ""Jx^JK^ lEUMfJU'
WON
DAy, SEPTEMBER  12, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
SPORTING INLWS
FRENCHMEJTwili j * fi m railhe
DEFEATING HEIffi IM
SEE FRENCHMEN PLAY
Mattered Quebeckers Will
Gravitate to Queens Park
On Sept. 17 and 24.
Two  Periods of Overtime  Had to  Be
Played   Before  Deciding  Goal
Was Tossed   In.
BALL WAS POUNDED
ALL OVEK THE SQUARE1
'      j
Alerts Defeat  Maple Leaf6 by Scoring1
Twenty Runs to Losers' Fourteen
���Game Just a Farce.
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5BKSSB FITTINGS >
��� AND   OFFICE * * * **^ \***J ���
it    Is    not    yet    known
i"tier the Nationals wlll stay heie
i��'Jt- | , :  when they arrive on
J< thought that they win
%��� ,. scheme as the Tecum
M��Pl ,   r ago and live In their
all  the    lime    they    are
In
car
Saturday    E. Goulet,
lie  Nationals asklns
C.  P.  It
len
Lent. H t0 t^s*******��_______m
*��� Ite New Westminster thi li
I and  assuring  them    of
1 :,.   brand    of    hospitality
all ive.
rei elved no answer
.   ��� ,. ;:. bul  the pxpectal Ion
Nationals wlll  be right
.    Mr. Goulet  has re-
a   of   Inquiries   from
ll over the distrlcl
, in   ahout  the match.
. m e   and    Bee    11   li
and   when   the   Na-
thelr    Pui   ������ in e    on
re \-. i 11 probabl;
i Fi enchmen around
I3i ltish   Colum: La
ere
.    all     in     ,   ���
are ki e] Ing In
eep on dol      I -      they
: i   and  tin re  ��   ���    be
on tin I
j i   -    fori et    he    i
! a team.
SCHEME  IS
ADVANCED  A   STAGE
...      .���  ��� ,       ��� ��� ,   ...   ,
i   vei   golfer    !     I   I
-   ; li   rooms, Vam ouvei
'. ,i    mosl
-   i      .������   ��� .
te i he   Bchei ie   ma-
i    Furnlvale,   who  was
the   most   sensational   game   of
the   Intert edl il n   tbi   Sapper
ton team finished one goal ahead of
their ilvals, tl e Reginas, al Queens
park on Saturday ape: noon, At that
II took fifteen mlnuu s extra tiaie to
di   de the i ame.
1 lie  . c ire  al   tl e end  of full  lime
was tour all, and  Referee  Ellsworth
.Munn ordered them io play ten min-
1    extra time.   They played it, but
������  was still no score    and    they
stai ted In on another flve minutes.
m  this stai ������ of the game, Coutts,
o I ilde hon e for Bapperton, took    a
��� rate chance an I made good. He
gol   the  ball  and  rushi -I   i asl   eIx of
' In   Ri glna di fence and Anally loi ati d
, he ne   .    He u a i kno :ked out in I he
and   it   look  hli i  al oul    ten
minutes to ; el  up on ti     fi el ,-������ a n,
bul   the  gan e   was   ������ on  and  ti:)  one
had to go ofl  :     the offence,
Con    h ���      Imporl   nee of the
i   it wi     ver;   cli   n.    11   >va    I
and h.ard all tin but I lie
v, [lful dirt offered  in
\ ery   lai ge  i     ntlties    i    I      :���
Munn only    foul '    11     ni   i
hand out tl Ities.
Foi   Sappei        I     I      on the 1
Patchell   -        e di       ������     layed
I  for tin    Regl las
���   two Sm;-      d ilshed    tin m
i all  thr -
The i ame glvi perton
I h   the   ���-     .-      I
Ri   Inns   v, in   both    thi lr    remaining
games from the W< 3l   End Sapperton
chani] lont hip    and    in the
.   enl   of  the   hi" .nas   aci ompllshing
will   t oni;-	
he tied wil ���      ��� ne i .	
games will be ������ to deti ran d      .,. ,,   wMle   nearly   ail   tUe   rooms
:;" champl fhe teams: available for lady students have I n
Sapperton���Goal,     Coutts;     point,       ken  fon     Abou)    eighty-flve    stu
s""';   '���-   ";i-'- w;   ':i':'' I'--   '"'   dents  have  alreadj   appied   for  resi
feme field, Wilson Patchell, Atkinson1
In a ian-e ball game at Mo idy
square on Saturday afternoon the
Alerts e'efeated the Maple Leafs by a
lore of twenty to fourteen. The
ground wi s fasl and on a down grade
and whenever the ball was bll at all
it went soiTJe. The firs! ball that
Storm, who jvas pitching for the
Maple Leafs. SCUl over the plate was
I knocked out o. the field for a home
run by McPhail. The others followed
suit in a moro i/ir,derate fashion and
in the first Inning* the Alerts had annexed six runs. Ihine tuns and three
baggers were the rile of the day.
The Maple Leafs were also heavy
on the scoring, bul th'ey can! 1 nol
keep pace with the Alerts, Canfield
was umpire and had a hard job keeping track of the bas& runners who
were racing around rhe field' fn
clu I ers.
Tl e following are the reams:
Ui rts- Catcher,     Starr:      pn.vliers.
i 'o ipore and Peele;  l b, O'Reilly;  2b,
hail;  ss,  Peele and  Poupore;    if.
Richardson;  cf. Sharpe;  rf. Glass.
Maple Li a      Catcl er, Smith; pitch'-
ai I   McMurphy;   lb,  Han
key;   2b,  Dignan;    s ���-.    Shader;    3b,
ich: If, Jamieson;    cf, . McMurphy
and Storm;  rf   Hanford.
Standing  of the  League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Alerts   fl       7        .5153
M-.e'e ! eafs     8       ~        ���"::
|-      orals G       fl       ,S7B
Next    game-  Tuesday,    September
13, Balmorals vs. Alerts.
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WORKS���Comer  Eleventh  and Czrline.
Splendid Outlook For
Columbian College'
(Ci ntlnued From Page One)
We have both
the   Okanagan
and the Washington Peach ,
Just Ready for
eserving
If you' want something Choice"' for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal,jSpring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
_ COLUMBIA STREET
-
and II. McKenzie:
���      ... ���_    -��. a a h~a :��".t ii. ,��i luii/jc,  centre,  K.  Mclsen-
������ elial .  gave  a  detailed .,;,. ,   ���     ,. ,,   ,, ,.   , .
,  ,.    .,        , zle; home Beld, Heie.    Sclater   and
ideas  for    raising1 *****************m^*^^^^m^^^
. ha\ e 200 life mem-
. *.< >>   . Iio would pay |B0 down.
en re lull e '.. Thla was,
���   'ptable to the n 11
I..       hai found favor was i hai a
i ompany   be  formed.    It
���   ;i comn Ittee Belected from
I    repoi t at a l iter date
ii   ��� i ution and  financing
-..- ��� ei ts.
are the members of.
\it liii aid:  putslde home,  ll. Coutts;
borne,   ll   Sclater;   spare man,
I.. Carroll.
Reginas -Goal, Keary. point, Pearson; cover loiiit. Robertson; defence
field, Fletcher, Turnbull, Pitzgeral 1;
centre. Kenny; home field, Eastman,
Gifford, O, Smith; outside home, C.
[Smith; lnsidi home, Morrison.
Standing   of  the   League.
pg are the  members ofi .���.
r. ,i. Purnlvale, chair-      '
R   Brown, P.  R.  Brooks, T.
William    Gllchrlsl    aad
��� ���;  !��� mean, the latter being ap-
etary  and  also  exotflclo
;iperton
Reginas   . .
Wesl End
Won.  Lost. Drawn.
... :,       a       o
lETCHELL  WANTS   REST:
WILL   FIGHT  AGAIN
Y lT\,      ��.>nt.,     Jl.���Stanley
I n tired���according to re-
Grand Rapids-^retired to
I le life. He has apparently
j conclusion that he is   a
. in -i    and    nol    a   freak
physical    laws.    There-
Bre hi        mm es thai  be is In poor
.    ���    tue.Is   a   rest,   will   I'm sake
Ite white  lights   and   Joy   rides  and
pier win come    back    to    beat    the
re:..1
farm   near    Grand   Rapids.
Ketchell   lias   retired   for  eight
[ten weeks, according lo his   own
He is quoted with further
|>        to the effect that he knows
��� In b id  shape,  but   that   he be-
|fcc-s that he can come back In ten
Mb
H 1 am ever able to light  again. 1
��� >::   i hem   that   1   can  heat
kJolmsnn. Tommy Burns. Al Kauf-
��� ���'���  Sam  langford  and  the  rest   of
P      .uns.   Then I will be satisfied
tor good and not until then."
J1U   JITSU   CONTEST
WILL END FATALLY
Havana. Sept. 11.���At the jin Jltsu
contest   last  evening  at     the    Pallet
|theatre.  Count    Koina,    a    Japanese.
I threw Jack Council, a Canadian,
Whose head struck th? floor with such
force (li.1t he is now dying at the
emergency hospital. An immense
crowd, mostly Ccnnell sympathizers,
left the theatre horrified at the outcome of the encounter.
to
of
Rovers Lose to Coquitlam.
The Rovers were beaten one
nothing in the first football game
the season on Saturday when they
Journeyed to Coquitlam to play a
friendly practice game. Coipiitlani did
not have a full team and so a couple
of New Westminster men played for
them. The game was good for the
llrst of the season, but It conld have
heen improved on. The game showed
that some of the players will have to
Improve or move on.
|iP0KANE  MAN   MAY
HEAD  BOWLING  CONGRESS
I
; kane, Sept. 11.���Harry Leap,   of
Angeles  president of the Western
Anything for  Newsy.
Since Newsy Lalonde1 has given the j
Frenchmen of Montreal a champion-1
ship lacrosse team he has become tliei
hero of the hour. There is hardly any-i
i thing in Montreal that ia too goml for,
Ithe gritty home player, while hi* fot-
' lowers are already  planning for Bet- j���rr,luv;',>
ter thfn.s for him    next yeaT.    The'<,la88e8 ���
i latest    scheme    is to enter a  huvkey
dence and it is estimated that b< f ire
the end of the first term the number
will be 100.    In no previous year Ins
the    lesidence    enrollment    exceeded
sixty-five  at anyone time.    It  is  not I
possible yet to determine the number .
of   non-residence   students,   but   the'
number will  he well  up to the aver-1
age.
The  work   of  the   college    will    in-
iclude, as heretofore, courses of   study i
In   public  and   high   schools   grades,.
'university    work    in    arts,   theology.,
music,   elocution,   commerce, physical
culture and household science.
Plans   and    specifications    for    thej
hew househol 1 science building have i
heen received from tlie east, and wotk'
will  begin at  once upon these, so as
,to  open   this   department   of  work   In
.a  few  weeks.      This  department    of
study is a new departure for the col-
llege and the equipment of the laboratory  and   building  in  general   will   be
I first-class   in   every   respect.     Several
ladies in the city have enrolled in the
classes that are to he started, and it
is expected that the department will
be a popular one in the eitr.
The gymnasium pool is to be heated
ithis  season  and  the preparations  for
ia vigorous athletic campaign are such |
as will assure greater success than in
former years.
The staff of teachers is somewhat |
I changed and will include Prfncipal
i Sipprell. D.D.; W. A. Sipprell. B.A.;
Miss G. Evans. B. A.; Mis* C. Smith,
| A. E. Etherington and Mfss lm Burns,
all of whom have been associated
with the cortege during the past year.
In addition to these, are Rev. W. A.
Gifford, B. A.. B. D., and Mfss E. Hit-
chain, B. A��� both of whom are already at the college. Mr. Gifford assumes the position of vice principal
In place of Rev, A. B. Hetherineton.
B. A��� B, D.. now fn CMcago ttniver-.
sfty, and wilt hare clmrge of classes
ln classics, history and Orientals.
Miss Hitcham is a lady wtRr an educational  standing from  England  and
I France,   and   wflT   hwve    dVarRe    of
Ingfish and  French.
H. L.  Morrison, B. A., who will arrive  in   a  few  davs-,  will    teach    the
**a**a*s****s***sa\*a*\ "W&1
B.C. Mills
I Timber and  Trading   Co.
j   Manufacturers and  Dealers ln  All  Kinds ot
IlUMEBr/lATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,   FISH  BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
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New  Westm>.eter
Box   13/
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The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Saiaperton       Plione 373
iletic  Haas.    O.  V.  .T. >witt.   B.  A.,  ibe
I Instructor   in   mathe. natics,   was   the
I gold   medaffist  in  phj sica:- at Toronto
! in  May of this year   and a most dls-
tingtiisaeit' id.olar   in   this: graduating
class.    Mr. Jewett is   also well-known
in    university   circles   for  bis   enthusiasm  ia: athletic wor.k, Midi has heen
president  of   the   Atl: letic   Union    in
Victoria   university.      Miss   Josephine
(���Watsons recently  graduate!   with  distinction- from  tlie  Household  Science*
school  of  tlie  University of Toronto,
will  have charge of 1 he new department of'household :scletwet-
The. ��i."ellence of the staff of in-
structi.rrs promises a splfetnitlid future
for th*'institution and it1 is certain
tl: at with the excellent enrollment of
st udents already made, the year nov>i
beginning will be the. be��C in the history trf" the college.-
Contractors and
House Builders
\Ve have a full   line   or   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in this City.
Before Building See U*�� as we   believe   -wc   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   ot  PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.[|
EXDSSIVE INSllHfliCE
OFFICE PROVES SUCCESS
Vcrflwne of  Business;   Transacted    U*
Alfred W. Mcl-wwJ,. llMWiranc*
I Mam. Us. t^rgc
The  establishment of an exclu. ive
"�����-    ��� -  5nsurnnce   office  in  this  city   has  al-
Wlng congress"which Is to meet In 15_5i'wdw the colors of the N^-u^nior'v-fasses and direct eh* gymna- wady been proven a success by Mr.
I    -     ext i-vhiuarv   has rdslgned.Knd go after all the honorsjo b.Jg^ and physIcal ,llltu,.e dames. Mr. I Wfi-ed W.. BUtwd..w.to decided a tew
din . pour health as his excuse.
I"   i    Peterson, city    treasurer,
pli     0|  the (.ity  howling alley*, 
���  an sportsman of this clty,J0(   ,|���,   p.-st
:          lenders "
and
WINS      PENNANT.
^^^^^^^^^ Ihe presidency
I1       nder consideration.
IJi nklns, secretary and treaa-
ongress, arrived In  Bpo-
,:'-     ' i d ij  ami will    make   this
' Spi,irlers from    now    till
1 i      completes   its   tourna-
,:' mil nexl spring.
I^ChesterI^^^^^^^^^
i'Newark, \. J., Sept.    11.--By    de-
'���'������ ���    Newark yesterday, Rochester
Insured for itself the
!"111 ''f lliis  season's  ___________^_
'''   '    tor   1910,     Only   by   losing
! every remaining gam- can
'..   ���       he   headed.    "Iron   Man"
"cGlnnltj   pitched   tor   Newark,   bui
('V| lie wa   unable to stop the
^aing leaders,
als and go after all tht
obtained on ice. Of cotrrse NVwsy
would he the captain of the ftockoy
outfit also, as tie proved Tiimself one
men In the game last
winter and would prove a capable
leader.
.Morrison,  who is an enthusiastic ath-
ilete, was the president of tlie I'nlver-
slty of Toronto Athletic Pnfon during-,
his   final  year,  and   will  bi fng to  tlv>
college a wide experience along at11.
**���
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k Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view al Gray's
Diamond Riags from     $15.00 to $200.00
P��irl Rings from  ; $2.50 to $15.00
Riltgs with assorted s-wnes as pearl and  diamond,  pearl  and  ruby,
aaitable Jor engageme��t rings, frem >.  . .$5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Domimiwt   Trust   Btock. Columbia   St.
*********************************************t
posses-
astern league
GRAND TRUNK PAQflC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
and "Prince George"
"Prince Rupert"
3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18
Knots
fast-
Garland"
MATCHED
TO  FIGHT  WOLGAST
Milwaukee
Champion ,\
a,1<i "Packy
*ei'�� mute i
Sept.   11.���Light-weight
Wolgast.   of Michigan,
McFarland,  of  Chicago,
anl yesterday to meet    In
, Wa*ik( n September 30 In a ten-
''J!lt>'l no-d��
to we
Hi
Islon bout. The boys
���    -= 3  at  tive  o'clock  on
""wnoon ot the contest.
di i;
are
the
Mi
Ponticiis
���Montreal
Beat   Shamrocks.
Sept. n.-in   the   c'ham-
�� match   here   vestcrday, the
Shain-
;",,,'r,:'l tweh-e won from the
2 to ',:'    - ���������      '
s vancuuvc.   v ��        MONDAYS  and   FRIDAYS
at 11:30    ""��BOT  ���
Monday's steamer makes close connection at Prince Rupert with
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Masset, Kincolith, Xaas Bay, Charlotte
City,  Lockeport, Jedway, Ikeda Pay, etc.
Frhlay's steamer makes close connection at Prince Rupert with
S.S. ''PRINCE ALBERT" for Massett, Kincolith, Naas Bay, etc.
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS  at  2   P.M.  for  VICTORIA and SEATTLE.
For rates, time tables, booklets,  and   full   information,   passenger
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's  Wharf)
P.M. for PRINCE  RUPERT  and   STEWART.
or
L.
freight, apply to
V. DRUCE, Commercial  Agent.
GENERAL
H   G   SMITH, City Pass. Agent.
" s*****ms******^m*~**
months    ago    to    devote    his   entire
energies to the building of a business
The   number  of  policies  written   an.l
the  amount  of  premium   Income  has I
been eveu greater than he anticipated.
For it number of years Mr. McLeod
has   carried   on  cine   of   the   largest,
most varied, and most reliable Insurance   businesses   In   the  city   of   New
Westminster.    Because    hi?   business
extended to awd covered all classes of
insurance  he has  come to  be known
as "The Insurance Man." Mr. McLeod
is the direct representative of some of
the  best   Insurance companies of  the
world,  and  indeed  they must be  the
best  and  bear the highest reputation j
before Mr. McLeod will consent to act
as their representative.   The u/inciple
upon  which he has for years carried I
on his extensive business is to represent  the  most   reputable and  reliable
companies whether they be Canadian,
British  or  American  so  that Jie  can
effect insurances with absolute safety
to the insurer, and be able to give to
i him the best possible terms and rates,
i This  principle is  systematically  car-
j tied out whether the Insurance he for
flre, life or live stock,    against    accident,   for  employers,  liability,   or  on
motor car. plate glass or otherwise.
Mr. McLeod has heen a resident of
the Royal city for twenty-eight years;
and everybody knows the promptitude
and efficiency with which every transaction is handled and every contract
and obligation carried out by hlm;
and he will not undertake an Insurance for any company that will not
act In a corresponding manner.
His offices are at 6B7 Columbia street.
Is Your
Home
Insured?
v, in,.
:���'�����        ;   ->
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vs-: i      . "*
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f
If not, why not take out a pdicy  In  one  of  the Independent  flre
Insurance companies 1 represent ?       . ���   ' < ,.,,
The cost ls 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 liBses. ,  ,
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 MP
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THE DAILY NEWS.
_M��NOAY, SEPTEMBER ,2
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone   681
JOARD OF TRADE��� NEW \\ EST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
boa'-d room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday    of   each   month;
quarterly     meeting     oa   the     tnira 	
Thursday of February, May, August   ,
and  November, at s p.m.     Annual
meetings on the third Thursday or | I WEU/Cftll/II. JPr QHNQ
February. New members may be ��l. llLi IT UV/IYlEi OL aJXJlXaJ
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
MAIL AIDS CUPID;
BUT IT TOOK LONG
PANAMA   CANAL   FORTS.
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Illinois Man Marries Scotch
Girl Twenty Years After
Correspondence Started.
PRINTERS.
Westminster prbss for eveky | Estimates Given. Phone 567
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box 142- OW
Dally News Block. Sixth street.
214   Sixth   Avenue
'NEW  WESTMINSTER : B.C
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone LG15.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMfe
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
COAST LABOR AGENTSt MANA-
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell stieet,
Vancouver. Phone 1157"). Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire oi
write if unable to visit us.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS
t��rs and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, 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. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Trapp block.
R. T. PRINCE, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office, Room 'J, Westminster Trust block, city.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, buslndsE
letters, etc. Coumbia street. Telephone 62.
REAL   ESTATE
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate  and   Insurance Agents���
Citv,   farm   and   Bumtrban   property.
C28 and 746 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI
lorlng. A new line of Spring suiting just in. Button making, press
lug and repairing. 46 Lorne street
Phone R 508.
Any available Dominion Lands witli
In the railway bolt iu British Coluia
Ma, may tie liouiesteudeu by any |>��r-
son who is the sole beau of a lainiij
or auy mule over 18 yearn ol age, io
the extent of one-quarter section el
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be inaae personally ai
the local land ofllce for the district
ln wliich the land ia situate. Entr>
by pioxy may, however, be made ������
certain conditions by the tamer
mother, son. daughter, brother or Bis
ter of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required te per
form the condition? connected there
with under one of tne lonew^
plans:
(1) At least six months' resident
upon  and  cultivation  of  the  land  os
ach year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or motner. If ta-
father ls decasedi, or the homesteadei
resides upon a farm m ihe vicinity ol
the land entered ior. the requirement*
as to residence may be satisfied *}
such person residing wltb the tathei
or mother.
i'i) It the settler has his permaaeii
residence upon farmiag land ��wne��
by him in the vicinity of his neme
stead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six moiitns' notice in writing sheuH
be 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-on*
years at an annual rental of Jl pet
acre. Not more than 2560 acre?
Bhall he leased to one individual o*
company. A royalty at the rate oi
five cents per ton shall be collected
on tbe merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of tbe Interior
New Vork, Sept. 11.���After darting
back and forth across the sea for
twenty years in tin effort to unite the
hearts and hands of two persons who
had never seen each other. Cupid has
ijust completed his task, aud Mr. and
'.Mrs. James N. Mclnnes. of Rockford,
111., are now safely married.
The bride was formerly Miss Catherine Geekle. a resident of Dundee,
I Scotland, and sb�� arrived here on the
! California of tlie Anchor Line. It had
l-een arranged by mail that Mr. Mclnnes should meet her at Ellis Island,
which lie did. When he was allowed
lo step in among the passengers on
the California he was unable to tell
which of the numerous women aboard
was  his  bride to-be.
lie has a photograph of Miss Geekle
but it was taken fix years ago and
lie was unable to se > anybody who
looked like the picture. It was with
a woman's instinct, he said, that she
singled him out, and soon they were
known to each other and Miss Geekie
was permitted to come ashore with
Mr. Mclnnes.
In expi lining bis little romance Mr.
Mclnnes, who is fifty-one, said he an
the biide were remotely related.    She
Is   tho   iilec   of   his   mother's   aunt,
'lis   patents   came   to    this    country
any   >e!is   ago   and   settled   in   the
vest.    \\" en he was a much younger
nnn he . r,t into correspondence with
Miss Cee' ie  about  some family  mat-
e s rn]  gradually, exten ling over a
jetiod of twenty years, the exchange
of formal   letters  led  to  more   sentimental  things until  it  was  finally understood by them  that  they   were to
lie married.
The one obstacle to this was the
fact that Miss Geekie was keeping
house for her father, her mother having died many years ago. Last January her father died and there was no
obstacle then to a wedding. Tlie parents of Mr. Mclnnes died ln Rock-
ford. His bride, he s.iJ. was thirty-
eight years old.
Negotiator of Treaty of 1903  Upholds
British   Contention.
New York, Sept. 11.���Philllppe Bun-
eau-Vai ilia, who was one of the negotiators of the Panama treaty of
1903, in a statement given out in
Paris and cabled to this country, denies that this instrument, vested the
United States with the right to for-
Ify the canal in tbe sense that such
fortifications are advocated by Colonel  Roosevelt.
Mr. Huneau-Varilla declares that tlte
fortifications mentioned in the treaty
��� were thought of as a merely temporary character Intended to protect the
canal against malefactors, filibusters,
local insurgents, aggression by bordering countries and accident of any
kind that would endanger the waterway.
BROTHER   DIED   IN    1769.
Younger Son of Same Father Is Aljve
140 years After.
Vienna, Sept. 11.���A witness in a
police court in Styria. asked ir be had
any brothers, said that he had one,
but that he had died 140 years ago.
The witness explained thai his father
married In 1769 al the age of nineteen, and the following year was born
a son, who died when a few months
old. The father married again in
1820, at the age of seventy, and the
witness himself was eighty years old.
I JKIMER   QIVE8
    )p  Clue
Senator  Resigns   From    .   .
Canceled    Hie i    .   ���
(. blcago, Sepi     n ...
Senator   William    ' l nlte<l
noon resl    e
Tha
 _S:%��s
Hamilton club , '   > in ��� ���
has been a membei to     ' w!,lch *s
Senator Lorlmei      , .      ������ :���>���:,
.former   Presldenl   ,��� ,  ,. ,',."'"V.,
o attend the ���    . el��;
inter was m,.,,.,,. " Mr.
Studying Metallurgical Conditions.
Nelson, Sept. 11.��� A. Gordon French
the well-known Glasgow metallurgist
and chemist, is studying the refractory zinc ores of the Kootenay, with
a view of the establishment of large
smelters. An experimental smelter
will he constructed for the prosecution of thorough working tests on the
ore.
imer was prei ent,
Search   Made   for  Le-er
Chicago, Sej I   i
thorltles Inspected thn   T'"1'
every train   arriving > ''. !ngers "u
west  today.    , .     .
Greek   leper,   ,<
Wednesday  in  Sail   |
thought  to be making |,js
���
Dl 3B
:l  Kokas,
"  nuarantti
" City and
way e.
inspectors also watched all^
"" """" ot the 2
trains, but  found
eased  man.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street.
phone R278- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���noi pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY   STibLt.
1UNO UP 2;'l FOR HACKS A.NU
smart turnout. The F^bion Sta
blea.
FISH   AND   GAME.
bENBUN   &  AY Li NO.  FISH.  FKlill
Game. Vegetables, etc.  Dean Block.
ne.\t to Bank of Montreal.
N.TI.���rnauthorlzei1    publication    o'
thla   n. "ortis^ment   will    not   be   pain
The    Fall    Fairs.
Tbe dates of the fall fairs through
���to upper country and coast have
ieen announced as fo!lo---s:
Nicola Valley, September 14.
Kamloops,   September   28,   29    and
Vernon. September 15, 16 and 17.
i    Armstrong-, September 22 and 2.1.
Kelcrna, September l'O and 21,
Salmon Arm. September 2.1 and 24.
Vancouver,  August  la  to  29  inciu
sive.
\ ietoria.   September   27    te    Octe
'^er  1.
New   Westminster,  October  4   to  $
Inclusive.
FURNITURE
V. K KALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer. Upholsterer and Undertaker.
corner Agues and McKenzie streets,
Phone 176,  night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D.    V.    LBWTHWAITB,    CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 42,"i Clarkson street tbehlnJ Burr Mock).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture ln  lir and ouk.
WOODWORKING.
V f.a l MINSTER WOODWORKING
Cu., dank, ollice and store lutings;
cauluel, stair, showcases, munieis
aad detail work. Designs and estimate* furnished. J. Brookes, prd-
prtetor. Works; Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
t"\PER   HANGING &  DECORATING.
J HUDSON, WALL PAPBR, KOOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and tSanlUs;
house painting, kalsominlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street. New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
3 ijb oGil/kAKE MACHINE VVOKKB,
Limited. Front street. New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
��,iw and shingle mill macMnery,
Mill planta and specifications prepared
FIRE  APPLIANCE8.
1 IRE E^TlNGOISHKRa THE LAT-
est In flre flrfrtUig apparatus.
R. Harris & Co.,'"Lavery block,
Columbia stteet.    Phone 656.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
��. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAB.
McKay, mannfaetsre. aad Imperii
of mounmental teMlMtenes, huHfliaj
8*one, etc SattefaeH*. puarasteee
ri"'>irabla atreet. New We��tiuls*r.��r
HOTELS.
 ^H  	
UNO'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone 18. Newest and most up-to-
date In the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine.  J, Tracliy. Prop.
tOTBL LYTTON���617 FRONT ST.
Phone 10.. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod 4
Watkins, proprietors.
DISCUSSES   EXCURSION
TO   HAWAIIAN    ISLANDS
There is a probability that the
Grand Trunk Pacific steamer Prince
Rupert, may be taken off tlie northern run for a short time during the
winter in order to carry a business
men's excursion to Honolulu. The
party is being organized in SeatLe.
land for a week past the proposed excursion has been the talk of th ��� water
|front. Speaking of it ttie Seattle Post-
Intelligencer says:
"In lesponse to a. request from C.
B. Wendell, secretary of the Seattle
I Chamber of Commerce, Capt. C. H.
! Nicholson, of Vancouver, B. C, manager of the Grand Trunk Pacific steam-
o.iips, has been told by the English
insurance underwriters who have instiled tlte vessel for coastwise traffic
only, that they will i ermit her to
make the trip provided she is properly chartered.
A year ago the northwest commercial . ho.'ies received an invitation
from the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce to visit that city, but the trip
was not taken because a suitable
steamship could not be procured at
that time. Since then tbe two G. T.
P.  liners have been put Into service.
"There ls nothing really definite
about thjs trip as yet, said C. B. Van-
dell, last night. '"I merely asked the
Grand Trunk Pacific people to find
out if the insurance underwriters
would allow the vessel to make the
trip. Last year we were unable to
accept the Invitation and I hoped that
this season we might be able to go.
Everything lp connection with it ls In
the embryo stage. I just want to find
out if we can secure a suitable steamship before taking up'the, questions o;
representation and hertii allotments
with tlie other northwestern ci'ies.'
"It is proposed to leave Seattle on
February 1 and arrive in this city on
the teturn trip February 28. As it
would take ti.e Prince Rupert only
nine days each way, this would leave
ten days in the islands."
ThtlrBest Baker
\ is tlte house keeper's d( ll!.ht. A
despair < if her life. That's why
you about this Chancellor.
A special divided flue maki s
the oven a perfect baker.
There i.i not a range in thc
country can beat it.
Baking day   instead  of being a
triil and a disappointment is a pleasure, a
satisfaction.
Come in the store when you're down
iin to you just how thi-.  fl.te   listributes
cr the whole oven.    Bakes ia front just as
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^- crust as well as upper.
VnGURHlYOXFOllBSi
9  means a marked saving in fuel, and better baking results.    The
Chancellor not only does its work better but at less cost than
other ranges.
We can demonstrate to you the whole superi irChancellor principle i i economy
and efficiency in ten minutes.
Isn't it w( rth that much of y< ur time right now ?
Tho Chancelli r is made for either coal or w i id. Other Gurney-Oxford icsigns
of every sort, for every purpose and all kinds of iv.A, on display on our . ior,
!    Special demonstration now.
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The regular meetings of this uni^e
are held In Odd Fellows' Hall, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting hrethien cordially invited
to attend. \V. 11. West, N.O.; W. C
Coatham, P.O., recording secretary;
.1. \V. MacDonald, financial secretary
SUNLIGHT
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meets   you   half-way���A*���   r
���II your  work la half the
time If you follow dlr��etl��a a.
MASS    IS   CELEBRATED
AT   FOOT   OF    MOUNTAIN
Sunlight Soap���absolutely
pure���saves clothes from Injury hands from roughness-
life from   f***\   drudgery
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Montreal, Sept. 11,���Announcement
was made to lay that the next Eu.'har-
istle congress win-he l mid at Vienna,
\nutria.    There   is  a   possibility   tha^
the permanent committee of the congress may be asked to hold Its ses
slons In t��e United Stales in 1913.
Cardinal Gibbons has been a B'runij
advocate of the American claims.
The fifth day of the congress opened with an extraordinary demonstration at the foot of Mount. Royal. A
pontifical mass wns said at a n posl-
tory built near the base of the mountain with Archbishop Farley, of New-
York, as celebrant. Fully 75,000 people were assembled long beforo the
ceremonies began.,. The cardinal legate presided and Archbishop O'Connell preached the sermon.
CABINET    SUMMONED.
Members of U. S. Cabinet Ordered to
Report on  September 24.
Beverley, Mass., Sept. 11.-��� A call
for the Hist meeting In two months ef
President Taft's cabinet has been sent
out and the members will report ln
Washington on September .24.
The cabinet members will be guests
of the president at the White House
and tlje session will he practically
continuous (tfr two daysflafter which
the president will g^to N'ew York to
the League of  Repuhl^A,
Opening of
New Fall Millinery
Mrs. H. G. Moore lias pleasure m
announcing that she will nave ner
Fall    Showing    of   Millinery    On
Wed. and Thurs. Sept. 14 and 15
The exhibit represents the best el-
forts of tke Leading Designers, ana
accurately depicts only tke newest
and most raskionable vogues
HARRIET G. MOORE
dent
speak befoie
can clubs.
548 Columbia Street
New Westminster,
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,DAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1910,
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
^done by us gives the ut-
6tsatisfaction. Ourequip-
ient is modern. The Latest
vention in a collar and cuff
Machine has been installed.
Economic,   Prompt.
Clean
iVhite labor only employed
loyal City Laundry
Phone 183
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JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
Capital   Paid  Up
Reserves    	
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
WM. Coast SS. Sailings
ITEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
|     Dally
    Dailj
TO   SEATTLE.
    I'  llj
  Dailj" except Saturday
;         Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
���          Dally
TO UNION   AND   COMOX.
p. m   Mondays
ys and B turdays
TO   ALASKA.
   Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
.   y   Thurs lay  and   S  I
|[0 STEWART   (Portland Canal).
    Every  T
Ii  .-.(-.;   New   \V<
m lay, Wi dne  laj     ad
Chilliwack T a.m.
n : i! iy    and    Sal u
. apply to
GOULET,
-   v.- Westmlni ter.
H.   FOSTER,
\.. Vancouver.
NOTICE      REGULATING      VEHICLE
RAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
persons  using  Columhla  street
vehicle traffic of nny kind are requested to keep to the left hand side
the car track while proceeding lu
either direction.
By order,
,1. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall, August 12. mm.
The
Royal Bank cf Canada
ALPINISTS WILL
MAP MOUNTAINS
Director  Wheeler  and  Dr.
Longstaff To Make Special
Survey.
. .$5,000,000
...$5,900,000
The Hank has Branches in
Camilla extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific;' In Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
und   London,   England,
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L.  M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
M���^^������^^������13__K__a*
ntemplating
Trap
o Europe
n
Cadar, Fir and Hem'ock
First Claso Air Dried Stock
If you want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your wants, our price
will suit
B. C. Manufacturing Co.
Fhone 173    Lulu Island
If - o, j ou wlll  wanl   t he  very  bei t
��� fered for your    monej
and ll   i       nol  matter what class of
cai-i'i i I.
THE ROYAL LBNE
v 111 fill your wants. First, Second and
:   Cal in  ai commodation  is   u
i elle I whilst the Dining Sen Ice li
nothing  to 1 e dei ired.
��� hi   . ������     Sailings ai
Royal  George    Supt. 1
Royal Edward     Sept. 15
Royal George Sept. 29
Royal Edward   Oct. 13
E .Gi li '. ������ ' I C. P. 1!.. will booh
;. nr pa e via I <-., ste i ers, or
write  Wm. Sta] leton, gem ral    a
':. Winni] eg, Man.
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Read   The   Following   Telegram
Winnipeg,   Sept.   11.���Mrs.   Parker,
late   I   Secretary   of   the   Alpine
Cluh of Canada, has received a letl  r
from A. o. Whoeler, the director, outlining a  topographical   survey ln  an1 \
unmapped  region,  during the  month
of September, Mr.  Wheeler wril is:
"I am undertaking a special survey
expedition  Into  new  territory  on   be-1
half of the cluh and  nr. Longstaff isi
i ollaborating with me, and he ts going to publish our join! map and ac-
counts of the trip on the English sld -:
of tl e water, while 1 take It up on the
Canadian and American.   This me ms,
.ou  see, that the club is taking  up
work on Its own account and thai lhe
admittedly    gre itesl     explorer    i nd
mountaineer experl in the world, or al
leai i one of them, is i lentifjing him-
self with this flrsl Initial survey work
of  the  Canadian   cluh.      This   alone
speaks volumes for the worth of the
Cai adlan    mountains   and   the    hl|  i
opi ilon    In    whi :h    the   flrsl    mi   n
'  i'-1 ei    iu n e world hold our   i   i
dlan club.
"The exi i dition Is to the S] Hlm    :
een mountains lying  betwei n  <;���   li
"u  i!.'-  north, the  Columbl i   on    th ���
i    i.i he  Wlndan ere country  on
south  and   the   Beaver   and   Dm ca i
rivers on the west.    I have li ng       I
ehvi       eyi    on this se ition,
if   the    Selkirks    ai I    the
! seen greit peaks ris
ing   thi   a   *   'i   wid ���   snow: la
ed three ���   ���
'   .    rise from the center of a
mowflel.l    ��� .       :'-'i have bi en  i pi I
��� -ii ��� f by our gui le Konrad, who
the helgl
t and also 1        In I ,, !
si en i    ������   .     rest mbllng three g
flngi ickins   oul   of  a   snov fli Id.
The "i    .     Pingi rs' n Ight  prove
���   name.    I  lane also  ;
told   < ���   a   watei E ill   here   thai   h tt
inoo feel   Inl     a   b >v l-lll e
1( ��� .    Tl Is   we  are  looking  for.    The
adja 'enl   of ' tl
n   e i larpn enl   of  the   Si
r we    hai   o! tain   photogri of
the i Iran 1  Gl i ; r.  the  Duncan  Gl c
li       al many others, all nf which are
'.. n.    Tl e  whole  regi i
h ' i visited by the pn .������ i   ���
nter;    he only map
. i  now   in  my  ; i :ket, drawn   by   nn |
ur   the i id-tli e     ild? of Gol 1- i
en.   Man iei   Dainard.    In  this  region
re greal  peaks l Islng In Isolate i
pyramids from \ isl snowflelds and Innumerable glaciers and we | roc,ose lo
i  i aphle    survey    rf    ii.
providing the smoke of the surround
fir a   v 1 Ich  is  at   presenl
very  heavy, wlll  stive    us    an opportunity.
"The party will bo outfitted by D I
and  we shall  take with  us our
own   guide    Konrad     Kain,   and     the
club's    o'l'tci 11    photographer,    Bryon
j Harmon,  who  will  attend   Ct   photographing the scenic portion of the region,  while Dr.  Longstaff and  I  carry
on the survey work.    The doctor, who
las you know, is a well-known shikari,
land  has  spent  much  time  in  hunting I
tigers in India, both on e'ephants and)
from trees   is also after the hi.   same
of the Rockies, and is taking out a license  for the  purpose   of   obtaining
some trophies of goat, bear and caribou."
City Property
We have several lots on
Eighth avenue which must be
sold.    Call und see us tit once.
Perl Mann
In townsite, one-half acre lots
and  blocks  up  to  eighty  acres.
We have the exclusive sale cf
the very choicest buys in tlie
townsite. Prices from $800 to
|2000  per acre.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Const    Fire    In
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
Tlie B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
Mail Service
:;. _ v. "Sti te :" dally i >: :ept Sunday
Lea1 e, I 3: i0;  An Ive al  21:1 0.
,', ncou i .-.     daily     e: cepl     S inday,
Li ave, ������:������   . v,-..   . 16:00, 23:00; Arrive al        i, 13:i 0, 18:0 i.
Victoria, daily excepl   Sunday, Li ave,
8:0U, 11:00;  Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
B. & V. "States," daily except Sunday;  Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 9:15.
C. & V. East, daily, Leave. 8:30,
16:45;   Anive  at 9:25,  22:30.
Sapperton, daily except Sunday;
Leave. 8:30, 15:45; Arrive at 1>:25
und 21:00.
Fraser    Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30;  15:45; Arrive at '.1:25.
Coquitlam,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30;  Ariive 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  S inday;
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at 14:00.
Burquitlam,    dally    except    Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Tlmberland, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave. 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave,  11:00;   Arrive  at   10:00.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday;  Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Ladner, dally except Sunday; Leave,
14:20;   Anive at  10:00.
Port. Gulchon, daily excepl Sunday;
Leave,   1 1:20;   Arrive  at  10:00.
Westham Island, daily except Sunday; Leave, 11:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily excepl Sunday; Leave,
14:20;   Arrive at  10:00.
Annai Is island, Monday, Wednesday
and Friday; Leave, 14l20; Arrive
tn  10:00.
Annlevllle, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.��
Woodwards, Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday; Leave, 14:20", Arrive at
8:30 and 16:30.
B.   >V    V.   "Vancouver."   daily   except
Sunday;    Leave,   14:20";    Arrive   at
I    11:00.
I Cloverdale,    daily    except    Sunday;
Li .!��� e, 1 1:50; Arrive at 11:00.
Port Kells, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:50.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
1   Saturday;   Leave,   14:50;   Ariive at   11:00.
Tynehead, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave, 11:50;  Arrive at 11:00,
Burnaby Lake, daily except Sunday; -
Le ive, 16:00; Arrive at 15:15.
1!. & S. "States," daily except Sunday;
l.ea\e, 15: 15; Arrive al 15:15.
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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.
The Amalgamated Development Co. Has Made Good
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
5l�� Hastings Street, West Telephone 4327
CHINAMEN ENTER STATES
DISGUISED AS JOY RIDERS
Brainy Smugglers  Fool Customs Men
by   Decking  Celestials  in   Feminine
Fripperies   and   Motoring   Across.
San Diego, Cal.. Sept. 11.���A brand
new trick for smuggling Chinese
across the Mexican line Into this
country directly under the noses of
the Immigration officers has come to
the attention of the local officers.
For some time past, it ls said, certain wily lawbreakers have made a
practice of loading Orientals into automobiles and carrying them into this
country dressed in articles of clothing designed especially for women of
Ultra-fashionable taste and further
disguised by means of automobile goggles, picture hats and wide flowing
veils.
According to the information wliich
has come into possession of the immigration officials, the men who originated tills^ plan have been doing a
rushing business for the past few
weeks, during which time a large
! number of alien CJilnese have been
'smuggled into the interior dressed
out as "jriy riders."
CHEAP HOME
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6-Room House, between Queens
and Third Ave., close in. Price
$1575, if sold at once.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros;
609 Columbia Street
The^New Westminster City Specialists
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Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75  per bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbi
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New Westminster.
Telephone S3S.
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Murder  Charge   Falls  to   Ground.
McLeod, Alta., Sept. 11.���Arthur De-
eoux, of Frank, Alberta, who has been
on trial for two days on a charge of
murder, was acquitted last night by
the jury.
BIG QUARTZ STRIKE
MADE   NEAR   SEWARD
8:00
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Seward, Sept. 11.���One of the most i
remarkahle quartz strikes reported In j
this district ls one made by W. Ued-1
man and YV. L. Redman, on the left
limit    of  Resurrection    river,    about
fifteen  miles    from    Seward.    W. L.
Redman  came  to   town  several   days
ago, bringing samples of the ore.    It
is very rich  In  gold.    He clnlni^ the
vein  ls  about   twenty  feet  In  width
and cao. be traced  for two thousand
feet.    He has had several offers, but
has not closed a deal yet.
Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,
8:00 and ev*ry half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50.  6:50,  7:20,
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return iFare:   Adults, 60c;  children  under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for Vancouver   at
a. ni. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.    >
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 9 a. m. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:3.0 p.  m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:  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 Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
Line���20-mlnute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
3_-.p.in.
City  Llpilts
Sunday Service���20-mlnute
bapperton. Line���20-mlnute
Suu'dwt  Service���20-mlnute
service from 8 a.m. to 11:
service from 6:10 a.m. to llltfo putt,
service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER
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If you buy your Ammunition from us, you
will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
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We Are Now Ocoi
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Oft on a wintry day
That to the bouse confines me,
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMANS 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.
Curtis Drug Store
, Kodaks and Supplies
tr Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,    7-'|
Residence, 72.
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LYNE';
Hew and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
His honor Judge W. Norman Bole,
K.C. has tal,en over the law practice
of lis son. ,1. 1'. Hampton Bole.
Oiera house mo'.lng pictures. Be
sure and come EonTgTfEi 7:30 and 'J
o'clock. **
D. D. Bourke lias - forwarded a
cheque for $1(1 to tbe city firemen in
recognition of their se, vices at a re
cent flre on Lulu Ishrtid, when some
of his property wns tlneate.ied.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
R 208. **
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Royal Columbian hospital will hold a
postponed meeting in the hoard of
trade room on Wednesday afternoon.
Hays-port will have a million and a
half dollar cold storage to lie completed early next year. Particulars at
W. J. Kerr &. Co., Ltd. ������
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Blair and family
left yesterday for the east, where
they will spend the next six weeks.
Hays-port lots sell for $100 up per
lot, on easy terms, $10 cash and $5
per month. Particulars. W. J. Kerr &
Co., Ltd. **
The regular meeting ef the Women's
Educational club will be held at the
residence of Mis. C. Watson, Third
avenue, on Wednesdny afternoon, commencing at three o'clock.
Quick delivery of all house furnishings bought at Fales'. Our stock Is
complete, the prices the lowest.    **
The junior Royal Templars will reassemble at seven o'clock this evening
in the old I. O. O. F. hall.
Look into the show window of
Fales' furniture store today. **
Edward Goudy, of Ladner, charged
with fighting and assaulting a policeman in the discharge of his duty, will
come up for trial in the city police
court this morning.
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How championships are won and
lost, by James J .Corbett. "ie Unison theatre Monday and Tuesday. A
sensational picture. Extra to tlie ordinary show. >���
Bishop tind Mrs, A. 1*. do Pencier
will be at home at the See house from
four to so\e;i o'clock this afternoon.
A general Imitation is extended to
those citizens who desire to meet Hi;;
Lordship.
Ci:ls wanted to leai'h millinery business. Apply at once Mis. Moore, opposite post, office-. **
Ti e Pythian i>Mler rink, under tho
manaj event 6*Messrs; Tidy and Goii-
et. will be <vP.-r.eJ on Saturday, October l. li-. Rowe a Seattle expert
-"er slAter,  v i'.l  ts floor manager.
Under the   auspices   of the   Ant}-J
Tuberculosis  Society,    a  "Tag    Day":
will be held in this city on Tnursday,
October ii.   The scheme will be discussed at a meeting of the society to,
be held in the board  of trade  room
at  :.':15 p.m. today.
Davies greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. *���
The provincial government will
hold a tax sale of land on October
1". when Government Assessor J. W.
Creighton wlll wield the hammer.
The amount of land to he disposed of
is small, only about $L'ti(i being unpaid
in taxes for 1909 and 1910.
See James J. Corbett and Miss
Florence Turner, the Vltagraph girl,
show how ladies should exercise to
develop their muscles and keep themselves beautiful. See the great film,
Edison theatre Monday and Tuesday
next. *���
Mrs. J. E. Insley and Mrs J. U.
Sharpe left on Saturday for Atlanta,
(ieorgia. After attending the meetings
of the Sovereign Grand Lodge at that
place, Mrs. Insley will visit Chicago,
Seaford, Delaware; Norfolk, Virginia;
New York, Boston, Buffalo, Toronto,
Ottawa, Iowa. Kansas City, Salt Lake
City, Denver and several other places.
Five acres within the townsite of
Port Mann were sold yesterday by
W. S. Rose to J. A. Motherwell for
$(i0() per acre.
While visiting this city a few days
ago William Mackenzie, president of
the Canadian Northern railway, spent
some time in the west end of the city
looking at sites suitable for a railway depot.    Mr.  Mackenzie  made no
The Public
Supply Stores
All kinds of furniture W ^hc
aflct &\A\ K&V& you Furni-
iUi'd to sell? See me or
Ting up No. 275,
l.\
US-port lies ���: f'feat future',    par-
lloftars tt W. J. SW1 & Co., Ltd .**
W. a. Kfflw T.aves today for a tii;)
to Trill'},. JWtue. Rossland and other
ir.lnilf|\..v^>lis of the interior. While
jj'p it* 'r'+*.y he will probably pick up a
tfew Iffoas on new machinery for Uun/1-
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crrshed rock.
_m,1
Ihe Central M\ Cafe
Opposite �������� t. E. R. Depot.
25c - Mediants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 4/5.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St. or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cloning, Sewer Connecting. Cess
pools, Septic Tanks, Etc.,  Etc.
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MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in the
Deane Block
Four daors east of the Bank of
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
< City Market
on
Columbfct 8t., No. 441.
N#- 'T.'ister. B. C
Hays-port has the G. T .P. R. run-;
nlng through it   and    a large   wharf
nearly completed', also telegraph line. I
Paiticulars    at W .J.    Kerr    fc    Co.,I
Ltd. ���*
An announcement has heen made
by the B. C. E, R. company that the
Chilliwack line wlll be open for regular traffic on October 1. Orders to
rush the completion of their work
have been sent to all the sub-contractors.
Hays-port command t'.ie very best
as ;i fishing centie and will be a sec-
iik'. Grimsby, Particulars at \V. J.
Kerr di Co., Ltd. **
Since the woman at the way olde
station in Washington reported having teen Reid, the missing murdoi
suspect of Clayburn, no further word
bag been  beard of hi:n.    It Is thought
that he is in Seattle or near there.
Take the round tiip 0:1 tbe Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Tmnsfei
leaves Brackinan-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.    Return fare aO cents. **
The Misses Connor and McQuarrie
have pleasure In announcing to the
ladies of New Westminster and district, that they are having their new
fall millinery opening on Wednesday
and Thursday, the 14th and 15th of
September. They extend a cordial Invitation to you to he present at the
opening, in which the most important
features of the latest models are offered. The new millinery parlors are
over T. II. Smith's store, rooms 1
and 2. **
You Need
groce.les at all liir.es, $*t*\ .ur
store is the right place to make
your purchases,
We have the b��#t groceries in
town. Our bottled and canned
goods, flour, butter, eggs and
other staples are noted for their
excellent qualities. They make
good eating possible, and that
means good health.
We Deliver
your goods to your home, and
save you the trouble and Ineofi
ventence of your carrying tltt-.ri.
Call at our Store, und Have
your order for what yon need,
and our hoy will deliver your
goods very promptly, We don't
charge you extra fur this.
pjr��ii. 0
H
Our New Additio
Our floor space is much enlarged.   We hope that in a few days everythi
will be completed so that we will be able to serve our customers to the b ft
possible advantage.
We are busy rearranging and adjusting the stocks of all department
We trust that under the new arrangements, shopping here will be a pleasur
Our efforts will be to make our customers feel at home in all their deal
with this store.
ings
In a few days more we expect to have our complete new stock marked off
and on display in the various departments. You will find plenty here to
interest you.   Watch our advertisements.
First Showing of New
Fall Coats
The announcement regarding the arrival of the new fn!I coats will be welcome news to manv cui
tomers who have been awaiting their coming. The models now on display Indicate with absolute cer
tulnty the trend of fashion for this season. Our coats were personally selected in the European and
Eastern fashion centres. Materials most In evidence are fine broadcloths, heather mixtures, diagonal
weaves In light and dark colors and colored tweeds. Those now show are full length and cut in
graceful lines that conform to the figure with neatness and gracefulness. Each coat is perfectly tailor,
ed, lining and trimmings are first class. We cannot here enter Into any detailed description o! any ol
tbe garments, but extend an invitation to every woman to visit ti.e coat section and examine t.t ,.:....
display.
Hundreds of New Dress
Skirts Now Ready
Here again we announce our readiness to serve in th^ showing of the newest models In ������
dress skirts. You will find these in the new section now occupied for the first time by the ri
rear section.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
ahflbnftdetdyW us to whether he had
seen niyv Wat lon that pleased him
better than the others.
Pot  [lantB and fresh cut flowers at
Tidy's stotc.   Phone 184. **
I
The fishermen's spoits comrrfttee
wiih-h formerly held a compstltlon at
fair time for ail the fishermen In the
city, bus disbanded. Treasurer M. J.
Phillips has banded over the balance
on band, |G4.25, to the It. A, .'.��� 1.
society to use tis it thinks be il
Bargains in all linos al
reliable ftirnit'iie de-iler.
Pah b', the
Fa-nous Toreador  Killed.
Madrid, Fept,    ".,���Peprete, the fa-
mous toreador, of PovlMe. was   killed
here yesterday ln a bullfight,
************************** **************************
*
Some Special Snaps
 THESE  WILL  WWKt VOU   MONEY  ���   ���***
6 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of this property.    $350 e��ct��. Term*.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
ts especially well sltnated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price 1360 each.   Term*.   INVESTfCATE. .,y
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
,***********H*tt*t**t0**
Brief Will Filed.
Hartford, Conn., Sept. 11.���Tbe
shortest will on record In Connecticut
has Just been filed in tie surrogate's
office at South Manchester, Conn. It
contains exactly sixteen words, leaving the $50,000 estate of the late
Knight I). Cheney, jr., to his wife. The
will is as follows: "I give and devise
all of my property, real and personal,
to mv wife, Kuth Lambert Cheney."
BORN.
BCHNOTBR���TO Mil. AND MUS.
Schnoter (manager of the Roynl
City cigar factory) n baby girl, Friday, September '.), 1010.
NOTICE
Having disposed of the management
of the New Westminster opera house
to   MivW. N. Carty, all bookings and
accounts Will be arranged and settled
by him.
, ,        HAUUY TIDY.
Opening Night, Monday,  Sept. 12u
ADVERTISE IN THE
NEW

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