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port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
CHAMPIONS INSIST
WESTERN REFEREES
five Men Suggested as Suitable Officials-Minto Cup
Dates Unsettled.
nni* Ditchburn, Uonel Vorke. Matt
���rJrr   HailV   Wilson,   Boh   Dewar.
1   t|i��  above  ate   the   names  of  the
J* men suggested by the Westmln-
... | acroase club as suitahle retere��s
!!,hP Ulnto Cup matches a. alnst tho
Lona'8' champions of the N. L.  U.,
ihaauintette heing selected at a ineet-
Ij , of iho executive of tlie club yes-
j (.rday evening.
Just by way of getting an expression'<>f opinion, President Fred. .1.
Lynch who occupied the chair, In-
,nim\ whether the members were ln
hvor ol having western referees or
astern oiflclalB. With one acclaim all
Resent voiced tlieir preference for
jeiterners. The naming of the coast
_.��� i~ oo reflection on Joe Lally, the
Preferred referee of the easterners,
but is merely a following up of the
practice In vogue since the Minto Cup
gwislative 4^v
Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
NEWT WE
PRICK FIVE CENTS.
WKIIiHTS SAID TO HAVE
NQVELTY IN NEW BIPLANE
Brooking Will  Soar in  New  Model
Harvard   Aviation   Field���Contests to  Last  Nine Days.
FOR flflY EIGHT DAYS
MAN GOES HUNGRY
PROPOSED TRIP TO
AUSTRALIA EAVORED
Boston, Sept. 2.���All the hustle and
activity of an aeroplane factory were
apparent early today in Harvard aviation field, where the nine days aero-
plane contests of the first liaiv.id-
Boston ueio m��et. will begin tomorrow.
Graham White an-i W. V. Hoe, of
England, tbe Wright brothers, (lieu
H. Curtln, clifTotd H. Harmon, Ausuti-
tus I'ost and othei- aviatois aro represented.
interest is manifested in tlie show,
ing of the Wri. lit and Curtiss types
of machines.
it is believed the Wrights have a
surprise ln store for the aviators of
the world as well as for the spectators
at Atlantic in the new model bl-plane
which Brookins will use, beginning t ,-
morrow. Secret flights have heen
made and it is said Wilbur Wright is
elated at the performance and it is
not Improbable he may he seen in
the   chassis   himself   hefore  the   meet
Civil Engineer Establishes
New Record in Fasting���
Olive   Oil   Rubs  Helped
Denver, Col., Sept. 2.���A new record for long fasting is helleved to
have been made by Roland Moeller, a
young civil engineer, who after going
fifty-eight days without food today began taking nourishment ln tiie form
of orangw and plum Jake.
He began his fast for the cure of
stomach trouble and an acute form
of deafness. He weighed 148 When
stalling;  today lie weighs 07.
For the hist two or three weeks
physicians who have heen wateniug
Moeller have heen giving him daily
olne oil rubs and these are believed
to have given him nourishment.
Lacrosse Players and Supporters Think Well of
Scheme to Tour Antipodes
EITYDECLAIMS LAND AT   |WOMAN TRAVE'l EAR
FOOT OF MclNNES STREET; |N SEARCH Of BST DOG
What Used to 3e Part of  River Near
Gilley  Brothers'  Wharf   Is  Now
Solid Satisfactory Land.
COAL OPERATORS ARE
ANXIOUS FOR FREE TRADE
came from the silversmith's hands at Ua ove|.   contending    against    Curtiss.
who has declared that he will make
liis last flights aloft at the Hoston
meet.
Immense Expenditure Planned.
Denver, Sept. 2.���The Times says
today that the Denver fc Hlo Grande
Railroad Is to double-track its line
from Denver to Salt Lake City, spending hetween $10,000,000 and $12,-
000,000  for  improvements.
INDIAN PAGEANT DOES
I    HARM TO T��F REDSKINS
He bidding and expense of the then
governor-general of Canada that the
officials in charge of championship
matches should be men from the Bame
section of tlie Dominion as the holders ol the trophy.
With regard to the dates suggested
ti. the Nationals, and agreeable to
ih,-trustees, September 17 and 24, a
settlement is yet to be arrived at. A
i proposal has been Informally made,
on behalf of the ft, A. & I. society,
tnat the championship games be played during exhibition week, th ��� cnani-
plone to be paid (4000 tor their share
ni ��� ��� event by the R. A. k I. society.
Bei le arrangements would he
made with the Nationals. H	
\v. ll  Keary, manager of the exhlbl-1
tion. was out  of tlie    city    yesterday	
evening, bul Is expected to return tins  ,     .,  _. .       .   .   ���
.,      Large   Numbers    Arrested    for
mon As soon as be notifies the1
ese  Ltive ol the lacrosse cluh tbat tlie
exhibition   people   will   carry   out   the
iuggeste.1    scheme,    the    proposition
i    elegraphed to the Nationals.
On thi     answer will depend whether
>���       es are played dining exhibition week oi  eai lier.
But counter   proposal,    thei  - ^_______sj__________________________i
iggeBted by    the    challenged bridge fair for drunkenness following
BOUld liave  heen     accepted     by     the   the   Indian   pageant   'hey   held   there.
��� ns ���*���-��� night. !aml i am informed by the police there
���   next professional game    In ,,      ., . .,,.���,, i
,., .  ',      ,       ...    "    , , , ,.     tha    thus   was   not   halt    the   number
i   on September 10, the public
Drunk   Following   the   Show
Lethbridge   Recently.
Being
at
Calgary,   Sept.   2.���'-There   were   fifty-live   Indians  arrested  at   the    Leth-
Lethhridge,    Sept.    2.���Sir    Wilftid!
Laurier inspected the coal mines here I
yesterday  and   was  confronted    With
appeals for free trade from coal    ex- ,
porters.     The   Dominion   council     of !
agriculture and the L'nited Fanners of I
Alberta   urged   the     removal     of  the
tariff  walls and  asked for legislation
placing the onus of proof on railways
in  claims for compensation  for cattle
killed on  the line.    The latter claim I
the  premier  referred  to  Hon.  George ]
P.  Graham,  and  reiterating  liis  personal free trade convictions, called at-}
tention to tlie diversified interests ln j
Canada.
The government would aim, he said,
to discriminate against no class hut to
secure the greatest benefit to the
gieatest number. The task of gathering fiscal data would he entrusted to
a commission, which would travel
ahout the country to get in touch witli
all requirements,
'l he coal operators claimed their
output was restricted by the tariff, as
the domestic supply is limited. They
seek a reciprocal arrangement to exploit the market in .Montana and
Washington where, despite the tariff,
they already have secured a considerable trade in the Spokane distiict.
They state the American customers
are also agitating for the removal of
; tne tariff to cheapen the supply tu
! consumers.
Hugh Mcintosh's Intimation that he
might promote a tour of Australia for
the Westminster lacrosse team, given
publicity by the News yesterday
morning, met with a favorable reception ln the clt., both among the lacrosse boys and the supporters of the
club, the latter class numbering ail
the residents Of Westminster old
enough  to think.
At the executive meeting held yesterday at Ryall's drug store, the proposition was discussed, the unanimous
opinion being that the trip should he
undertaken if possible. In the absence of an offer on the patt of the
Australian sports promoter nothing
definite was done, but the hoys all expressed themselves as willing to take
the trip. Some of the players who
are married had a notion that pos-1
sibly their wives might raise some'
; kind of objection, but as the tour
w-ould only take about three months'
there is a fair chance of the better
halves surviving the separation
period.
The man on the street is certainly
ln favor of the trip heing undertaken,
if only because of the excellent opportunity to advertise this city abroad
and make Its fame even better known
to the world at large.
In all probability something tangible in connection with the scheme
will materialize within the next couple
of weeks, now that the champions
have  expressed  their  willingness    to
make tlie journey if satisfactory terms
can he arranged.
Missing Pomeran |n Gives
Owner Much Concern���
Canine Reported Here
During the summer which is just
passing there was a marked improve-
ment in the appearance of the waterfront on the city property just oast of
Gilley Brothers' offices. So gradual
has    been  the    change    that    it  has
scarcely   heen   noticed,   but   there   in     .   ~ ��� ,     ,     .. ,
J   .     , ,, ,        ,  j      , .    ��� ed tne reason  whv tor the past    two
now u good sized high and dry lot of    ���,...    .,,���   ,,������   K*������   ,���,,,(        f,���m
With tears welling up to her eyes
as she told the story of tlie loss of
a little one dear to her, Mrs. Fred
Gouge, of .Nanaimo. yesterday explain-
MORGUE   IS   MAGNET
FOR   MANY   KELLYS
they  should  have arrested.    Vet
say these pageants do uo harm,"
t hex-
said
Mil   .   admitted  to the grand stand
(ret harge,  the  cluh  having de-
ddi make this  laat-of-the-season
lix-. .     bargain day event. It is prpb-|chle(
able the usual price will be demanded i ^cation in the departm%
lor a Beat on the bleachers and ou tne nttawa   who
new grand stand, although even this of Indian affai.s at Ottawa.
may bi   tin-own open  to the patrons |���_ the city Saturday
Duncan   Campbell   Scott   K.  H. S. C.
iccountant   and   superintenden-
PARLIAMENTARY  UNION
FOR   ARBITRATION
Philadelphia, Sept. 2.���That there
are 300 persons by the name of Kelly
I missing from this city became known
at the coroner's office when preparations were made to hold an Inquest in
;the case of a man found drowned In
'.the Delaware river a week ago.
When the body was found papers i.i
;a pocket    Indicated    that    the    man
might have been Charles Kelly.    This
Iv;a.   .published    in  the    newspapers.
;Tnen   began     a   long    procession    of
| Kelly s and    Kelly    relatives to   the
��� morgue.    Attach.es at the city morgue
itold Coroner Ford that  no fewer than
300 persons, each of them looking for
a missing  Kelly, viewed the body.
weeks she haa been travelling from
Vancouver to Portland, stopping at
all tne important towns between
tliose two cities, making inquiries
concerning tne whereabouts of
Duchess, a prize winning Pomeranian
bitch which was lost at the Vancouver dog show, and which is believed
to have been  stolen.
Mrs. Gouge, who runs a hotel at
Nanaimo, has no children of her own.
In ine absence ot little people sue
lavished her affection on her little
dog, prizing It as much for its companionship as for its pedigree and
high standing in Dogdom. Duchess
; was exhibited at the Vancouver dog
show, but before the close of the exhibition the canine disappeared. Whether the dog ran away or was stolea
is not clear.
Deeply distressed at the loss of her
favorite, Mrs. Gouge offered a Liberal
reward (or Its return, hut with no success, although she added a "no questions asked" clause. Determined to
recover Duchess, her owner travelled
to every city whence exhibitors had
come to the Vancouver show, enlist-
] ing the aid of the police at each
1 place and leaving photographs of the
animal to help in identifying it. Portland, Everett, Seattle, Bellingham and
ARE ANXIOUS Tfl STRIKE ST2_rs Sffvr* '"""
A few days ago Mrs. Gouge learned
I from a member of the crew of the
halibut boat Roman that a dog resembling her Pomeranian had been.
seen in this city, ln spite of her efforts yesterday she was unable tu
discover anyone who knew of tha
a hereabouts of a little dog answering
to tlie description she gave.
If necessary, Mrs. Gouge states she
will visit every dog show in the -.vest.
to  regain possession    Of  Due Less.
ground where formerly the rubbisli of
the river found a quiet ed^y In which
to rest and rot. , |
When Columbia street was being1
graded preparatory to putting down |
the Hassam pavement it was found
necessary to remove tons of earth
and the problem of getting rid of it
was neatly solved by someone who
suggested that it be used to fill in'
the waterfront at the foot of Mclnnes
street. Formerly the water came
right up to the street edge there, but
now between the street and the
water's edge there is a piece of dryland fifty or sixty feet long. Gilley
Brothers' office used to he buiit partially over the river, but now it Is on
as firm a foundation of dry land as
any other building    on the street.
The reclaimed land extends over on
to the lots occupied by the department of public works where there are
also a couple of hundred square yards
of even ground where formerly the
rats used to play undisturbed in the
mysterious filth at the bottom of a
stagnant ditch.
ANGRY liAkMENT WORKERS
Incensed  at Treatment  Meted  Out to
New York Strikers, Union  Men
May All Walk Out.
ireat East
free, gratis and
officials get the
working strong.
tor   nothing,  If    tlie
good    fellow    spirit
COLUMBIA STREET NOT
AUTU SPEEDER'S PARADISE
Together with Inspector of Indian!
Agencies J. A. Markle. of Red Deer,:
Mr. Scott has heen nn the teserve inj
the south country looking into the
schools and vat Ious other matter'
there.
"Edmonton has just held a fair,
cutting out this pageant business, and
this is greatly appreciated by the department," continued Mr. Scott. "On
the reserve we found that the Pie-
m3���   .        ,._, ,    . .        ��    ,   D. j    igans, Blackfeet and  Bloods were only
��� ,'r  Edmonds F,nRS A. J. Birds, !,__..   ,,cg,nnlng   t()   pu,   up   ha>.    ...,,���_
Brussels, Sept. 2���With the sessions
i . tl,e Inter-Parliamentary I'nion for
U.e Promotion of International Arbitration closed 11,Jay, after the passing of a resolution in favor of tho
suppression of prizes of war. the
limitation of contraband of war to
arms an 1 munitions destined for belligerents and prohibiting the destruction of ships bearing contraband cf
war cargoes other than contraband.
Grimsby  Pessimistic.
Grimsby, Sept. 2���Nothing is known
i here of the proposal to export halibut
from Newfoundland or the creation of
la   great   trade   hetween   Grimsby   and
'St. John, which Premier Morris foreshadowed on Tuesday. Little hope Is
held here for the success of such    a
!venture. Several similar experiments
have failed.
ot Vancouver, and Comments on
Practice of Swift Driving.
"lf motor drivers imagine that Columbia street was paved to provide
them with a speelway. they are under a misapprehension and one that is
llably to cm<t them money." said Mag-1
Istrati Edmonds yesterday when sent-,
enclng a ,i. Birds, of Vancouver, to
pa. a flne of $25 and costs.
a. J. Birds was travelling along the
Btreel al about forty miles an hour,
������������ till g to P. C. Khodes, who laid
Uie infi million against him. He was
���ummonej to appear Thursday, but did
nol umi e an appearance until alter
. coun i .i i adjourned, In dealing with
the ensi Magistrate Kdmonds was
ii y . ., ,,. in bis comments, tie
stated thai the practice of speeding
mi i i 1 imbln street was a menace to
the citizens and children for whom.
M m u ii as for anyone else, the street
had been built and paved. He express:
*<l liis determination of putting a stop
to the practice ln so far as lay In his
power,
GREECE AND TURKEY
MAY HAVE TROUBLE
Failed to Swim Channel.
Dover, Eng., Sept. 2.���Ted Heaton,
who attempted today to swim the
English channel, was forced to abandon the feat when within four tulles of
th<? French coast. He was picked up
by the tug that followed hlmj and
"tatted at once for Dover. He had
been In the water sixteen hours when
forced to abandon the effort.
"��"   "��o o  -   . when
they should have had this work finished long ago. The pageants are demoralizing them, and it is a shame
that a few theatrical people or people
with theatrical ideas can go ahead
the way the are doing and destroy the effect of the work the Indian department is doing at such
great expense on  these reserves."
Mr. Scott has held his present posi-
| tlon nnd also the Bupetintendency of
the  agencies  and   reserves  in   British
.Columbia,  and   was  down   as   far   as
1 Cranbrook,   "They don't go in for this
kind   of  thing   in   British   Columhla."
he said.    "Tlie Indians' exhibit tlieir i
work   as  ordinary   exhibitors  and  thel
fairs are beneficial to them.   We want1
to gel  them Into this habit here, and i
get   them  to exhibit   fruits and  vege-l
tables and live stock as they do there,
ln   British  Columbia  the  Indians are I
more of a factor In the labor market'
than they are in Alherta. as they work
largely  at  salmon  fishing and  in  the
canneries,   as   well   as   at   berry   and
fruit  picking In the Okanagan.
"They   are   much   more   advanced
there than they are here, and all because they do not  have these   pageants and old-time dances, all of which
; will have to he abolished if we wish
to get results for our work."
Mr. Scott has held his present position since 1893, He entered the civil
service In 1ST!), and was rapidly promoted   through   all   grades,   and   al-
*�����., ���!.,_(    V   .fit
MILLINERY COLLEGE
APPEARS ON HORIZON
New York, Sept. 2.���The
Side,  like  a  gigantic    bee    hive,    is
abuzz today with excited demands for
a general strike in tlie clothing trade,
following    tlie    brutal  treatment    accorded  the  striking  suit   makers  yesterday.    From  Grand  meet    to    th.
Ghetto thousands of guru.ent workers]
ure calling upon their leaders to call \
a great strike of the trades and    the
leaders, although doing everything ln!
tneir power to pacity  tne auger oi i.ie
I workers,  may  be torced  to accede to
the demand.
Tlnee    bundled    thousand   suit and '
cloak makers, including tuu.uuu   tex-
tlle workers, wou.d be involved in me i
strike,   which     would     paralyze     Uie
clothing industry of the entire country. I
"The unions are terribly aroused,"
said Secretary Lavender of the .New
York council of the United Garment
Workers. "They are infuriated at me
brutal treatment given tlie men aud
women arrested yesterday���tlie most
brutal treatment In the history of the
cloak   makers'  strike
WOMEN IN OVERALLS
SHOCK THIS HAMLET
Accused  of   Immodesty     in     Donning
Nether   Garments  of   Male   Sex
While  Camping.
Kirkvllle, Mo., Sept. 2.���The hamlet
of Yarrow, of thirty Inhabitants,
which hoaBts of being the smallest.
town In the United States having its
street lighted by a local electric plant,
has been shocked into civil and domestic strife by eight women, most of
them wives of officials of the Q. O. &
K. C. railroad, who camped iu    three
Rupture cf  Diplomatic     Relations    at   Institution to  Develop Art of  Making
Early   Date   Now   Predicted
in  Europe.
Constantinople, Sept. 2.���An early-
rupture of diplomatic relations between Greece and Turkey is possible.
M. Giyparis, the Greek minister, today seriously drew the attention of
Hifaat Pasha, the Turkish minister of
foieign affairs, to a recrudescence of
the boycott movement against Greek
goods and to the threatened expulsion
of Greeks from Salonika.
The Turkish press speaks of Greece
and Bulgaria as dlBturbers of the
peace In the interior of Turkey, and
suggests tlie necessity of giving a
good lesson to "those malevolent
neighbors."
BONUSES  ARE   REQUIRED.
Women's  Hats   Is   Planned
in Chicago.
cloak  makers' strike. "'..*"  , ,.���    ,.
"That   men   and   women   should   he  cottages  across    he    C harlton     river
bundled into patrol wagons and taken  floIU Harrow  and  who    wore     men a
to   jail, where   thev   remained   tor ov*���11" (ll,rin*,''ie ou,ln��-
twentv-tour  hours  without  food;   that1     Vl6 T^9" �� T"' Ul�� WlVM ��l
they should be held lu a room tne B.ze resident fanners and the general
of a sweat shop it. which the air be- ��tore Proprtetors, complained i-
oame so foul mat many tainted whl.e ^*eSu"��* A,t��� , R^er and
. ,  ,    ., ,���,.   _iwm|,i     ll(,   Sheriff   Williams   hy   telephone   ahout
ie feat when within four tulles oi   mote(1   throtign    a.     f"'-' rs of
rench coast.   He was picked up though he Is only fortyng�� ^^
Farmers  Will   Organize.
Melbourne,
 -     ^^^ lUU.n	
age ls one of the best Indian author!
tlos In the country. He Is also an author of no mean merit, having published several volumes of poems and
fiction, and is a contributor to several
of the hest magazines In Canada and
���s   win    urguiw* | u,   w.v.   ��� _
Sept. 2���In consequence-the United States.        ���       ,)ls tather
'and tax proposals Introduced Into!    Mr. Scott is 'l ^'  am scott. of the
federal  parliament  hy  the  labor being the Key.  '   ���      Mg mother be-
rv and  a  general  labor attack  Methodist cnurcu,_ ^^ w   lk)tsfprd
Sir   Robert   Perks   Says   Shipbuilding
Plant  Must  Have  Business. i
St. .lohn, N. 1!.. Sept. '.'.���Sir Robert
Berks said In an Interview that he ex-
Ipected to participate in negotiations
ifor a shipbuilding plant to he located
in St. John, hut before anything was
done in this direction a subsidy would
have to he offered and bonuses given
for vessels turned out A shipbuilding plant could not be a success unless assurred of continued work. It
would not pay to start a plant to build
one ship for the Canadian navy alone.
CRITICISM, THEN   FIGHT,
NOW  EDITOR   IS DEAD
Chicago, Sept. 2.���A college of millinery in which every branch of the
art of making women's hats will be
taught and, which will,    in    addition,
ihe a headquarters for importers, designers and other dealers    is    to    be
'founded by the National Association
of  Retail  milliners, now In session lu
I Chicago, Plans for a fourteen story
building, to cost $25ll,cuii have been
drawn, nut its location has not been
tixed. Whether It wlll be a Chicago
instil ution or go to New York depends
on which city oners tlie most money
for it.
Among   tlie   branches  to   be  taught
I will   be  the drawing  of  hats  In  tuelr
;oiiginal  colors lor catalogue an J    advertising  purposes.    At    piesent it  is
said that only Parisians can uo   this
work correctly.    Many of these artists
Ireceive as high as $2UU a week.
I    The big hats aie to be bigger and
the small hats ate to he smaller than
ever, and according to milliners why
have Just i etui ned  from  Bails  theie
are to he no medium size hats.
A lot of new shades have been Invented and will he used extensively in
trimming huts during the coming
months.
awaiting trial, that they should be
jailed in default of a |3 line���it might
as weil have been $Kmio, as fa, as
their ability to pay lt Is concerned���ls
bad enough, nut tnat contractors
should enlist the aid of the bosses to
evict the strikers fiom tneir pitiful
homes ln a crying outrage.
Lavender was surround,��� I by scores
the cottagers going through town in
overalls and actually entering their
husband's stores and actually purchasing goods. The woman who telephoned said she had been delegated
to do so by practically every woman
living In the village, und that the cot-
thelr peace.
tagers were disturbing
of'pasTonateiy"angi:v Yiddish workers ,  R!eg.'!��u?_1 tJm1 U,c cottagers had
who  besought   him to  order    general   ke>"  witl1l1" ,l,e law b* wearing Shirt
waists with
strike and apply sharp remedy for a
situation already at lowest ebb. The
secretary replied that he could do
nothing ut piesent, but that the council probably would meet within a
short   time.    The  pressure brought to
waists with their overalls. Also, they
had left for their homes, making It
difficult to bring any uction.
Fruit  Exhibit  For Winnipeg.
Penticton,    Kept.    8.���Bununerland",
bear on the union leaders is .(emend-  Peachland and 1 en Con li '�� ae
ons and as the dav woie ou It became  sending a combination exhibit  ol  Bar-
mors and more doubtful whether they  ly Crawford and Alberta peaches    to
Id'w   1 stand the demand. Winnipeg,   where  the  T.   Katon  Com-
. -av of comfort came today when pany will exhibit them in tottrteen
It was 'learned that the city aldermen windows. The Okanagan V ruit Union
from the east side had paid the tl.ies   Is  preparing the exhibit.
of the  Imprisoned stiikers am  that.	
the men and  women    had    been    re-   EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS
leased.    In several cases the liberated
prisoners ietui ned lo their tenements
FELT  IN   LONDON
to tind their famll.es caied for by
friends, eviction unices having been
served in their absence.
ABRUZZI  WEDDING  IS
AGAIN ON THE TAPIS
2.���Charles
years
^ iHsued-todav  estimates the ..Ke t����l biographies   o
crop at  ��_ ,._, .!._ ._���.���.����� .dlans.
Kevstervllle. Mo.. Sept
ti'  Vmdiver   for    twenty-eight
^uor o   the  Uhariron Courier here.
e        a 1- 1 result of Injuries he sus-
is dead as a resuu m     j       ���      .
85 ^MmStVwjm record-
Omnin. ham  and  his  father opposed
���   ThP editor criticised them in his
JS.rT2d����� ����" S**   Ther.
oas been no arreet. .  .
Paris, Sept. '��.���-At a meeting between the Duke of Abruz.l and Senator 8. B, 1(4>Ins, of West Virginia, to
he held here Monday, plans for the
official announcement of the duke's
engagement to the senator's (laugher,
Katherine, will he . IsciiiMred; It fb reported today. After the conference,
according to tbe report, the Bikini
family will go to Ilacconlgl castle,
where they will be presented to th��
Abr.uzzi family. Afterwards Miss El-
kins will visit the valley of Aosta,
made famous,by Abruzzi's writings.
London.  Pept.  2.���Seismic    disturb-
ancei lasting mote than tm hour were
^^^^_ ^^ recorded   here  shortly  after   midnight
'this  morning.    The    shock     w;is    a
Baseball  This Afternoon. violent  ono.    and    wan    followed    by
The Alerts aud Maple   Leaf a   will I gradually lessening ones until nearly
meet In a baseball schedule game   at ��� two o'clock.   The   eaYttttiuakes.it   is
Queens park at three o'clock this afternoon.    There whs to have heen    -
I calculated, were 8000 miles distant
double header and the Ba mc    I.,�����!��� Me  m    re.
also to have taken a fft 1 Otxtot tbel^M^     '       department of trade and
Leaf..    J-^y^^J^gSlSSSlSi    this'morning    announcing
announced th t    they    had  Jo Ife.ue pnrlg   Qf w   ^
HnS. rhoef 5Tp.aff E.���� 2-gj -��^��*~-He
Victoria to.play a^arne of baseball,"'1* been '" fnr B011 e "me;
'there, and C. Smith, the otber pitcher,
goes to the satae place to play
tcrosse.
Australian Defence.
la-
Poison    Expert    Dead.
Philadelphia,   Sept.   2.���Pror.   Pe T-
erick  Augustus Geouth,  Jr.,  formerly
of the department   of chemistry   at
University   of    Pennsylvania   and   a
:   :f   n
Melbourne, Sept. 2.���The Pearce de-' widely known poison expert, died tit
feace bill has been read a third time bis home In Landsdowoe last night of
ln the senate.      . .,��     ^Brlght's disease, aged flfty-ftve.
.
.08 talow the average. PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY.  SEP.E
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aassifiedjdvertisemeiits  REAL   ESTATE
WANTED.
^^^^^ KENNEDY    BROS..    LTD
CUtLS    WANTED    TO    WORK    IN   (Successors to Hale Bros. & Kennedy
iiut cannery. Apply 12 Run; ?   ���
JAPANESE BOY, CAN COOK AXD
sj t.... Englis i, n,.i. - pi sitlon. Ap-
ply R O. Box 818, City.
^^^^^^^^ Limited.) ���	
Over   Merchants  Bank,  Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone
A JAPANESE  WOMAN    WANTS    A
position   as   a   washing   maid   or
family day work. Apply J7 McN<
street, city.
WAN'! ED 1 kIMEDIA rELY��� THREE
first class lady clothes Ironers i.nXi
two shirt polishers; two dollars .���
day and fare. Klectric Lace <fc  Silk
laundry. Vancouver.
\\
ANTED
gra] her
Apply   a
t'o.
���LADY CASHIER,
with t x; ei ienced p;
t  once,   W.  S.  Col
BTENO-
i eferrea.
lister   <k
v.
'AN'l ED
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���TEN
oyal i it
GIRLS  AT    ONCE:
i earn laundry.
WANTED���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR
a tev. hours daily, by English lady.
Apply  Mrs. Wixey,    320    Columbia
Strei '.
CARPENTER WANTS WORK BY
day tf. contract. Apply Box 19, Dailj
News.
APPREN i ICES ... i ED,    APPLY |
Moi   ��� 's milllnt ry ;   i lors,   oppi site
posi office.
im.���������������������_���_������������������
WANTED      BY      WORKING      MAN.:
mom and board near Eighth av< n ,
and Twelfth street.   Reply K., News
WANTED- LIGHT   HOUSEKEEPING
rooi is for 1 lldren; in city
or near vicinity;
ho-tse.   Address Box A, Daily N   ws
WANTED���FIVE OR SIX LOOMED
cottage, unfurnished; close to car
line.    Apply  E.   K.,  News office.
A GINGER SNAP���City lot, 45x145. on
Third avenue and tram l;::e. one lol
and street from Queens park. Price
$200 . .600 ( ..-' . I .:..- .,- 6, :. and
l>  months at 7 ier cent
CENTRAL PARK PICK-UP���Or, In
man avenue, close fn tram line.
1 ; acre lot, cleared and
50 trees planted. Ten roomeJ two
story house, stone foundation, hot
water heating furnace, electric :i-;!.t
and    modern    conveniences.    Price
$7 :    $2000   cash,    balance   i ver
three years at 7 per cent. O.ie
thousand gallon an hour artesian
well lately struck near tl.is pro-
I erty.
FINE     FRASER     FRONTAGE���Forty
res    10 near New Wes-   .:
ster.   Tv ei     nd eight ro
houses    o:i and    w  . rl
building 20x40: 2    1    25
vated.    I :: ,   >_ i,75 i:- terms   - :.'
cas . $30i     N'ove nbi     I,  : 10, bal-
���   ���   i ;. ears at 7 pi
Half of this proper!
. ���   .   -     262t
in  three e iual  paymi     -    t 7 pei
cent.
TWIN    CITIES    SPECIAL���Two    ten
acre   lots   in   I Idsl   oi   Twin   (   I
subdivis foot lots.    VV .
sold si or I
tin e a       ?5 an ac:e;    about :
,-isii ..   pro
pei ty.     ...   terms, o
EXHIBIIION SHOWS     IP
HAPPY HOME SCHEME! Ml
Husbands Cheered by Contrivance for Hooking
Dresses-See Emancipation
Just the Hm2 for a New Suit!
Your old one is getting to look shabby. Oar stock
of  Fall   Suits and   Overcoats  is  complete.
New   Patterns,   New   Siyles.
V/ A N T E O ��� 11 O U S E K E E PING
rooms lor married    couple.    Apply
Box A.A., this office,
WANTED���A CARPENTER. WALSH
Sasl. i: Door faciorv.
 : 1
WANTED���COUPLE, NO FAMILY.
desire house to rent; ���! or 7 rooms,
unfurnished; West End preferred.
P'ntry hy September 1. Reply to
Pox  B, News office.
WANTED���A  GIRL   FOK   GENERAL
housework  and   plain   cooking.   Ap-j
ply  125  Third avenue.
���i
FOR   SALE.
FOR    SALE���TWENTY-TWO    FOOT '
launch  in first class    condition:    a
snap for $150 cash.    Apply Sis Ken-
ne ly street. New Westminster.
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
Over  Merchants  B?n��,  Cor.  Columbia
and   Begbie  Sts.
New  Westminster.  B. C.      Phone 335
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office       -       451  Columbia  St.
New  Westminster.   B.  C.
Branch Office     -     -     Kamloops. B.C.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
LOT 57, of subdivision B. of section
20, block "i north, range . wes-.
containing one and one-sixth ;; ��� a
Pt ice $2000; one-third cash, hai-.
anee six, twelve and eighteen
months  at    7    per  cent,    Interest.
(205-A. i
The cut here } roduced 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
J. Phillips
���
The Wardrobe Clothier
FURNITURE FOR
house to rent. .17
Sapperton.
SALE
Keary    stre?t.
 jSIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
AND j    S' I'rai,'ie land.   Price $125 per acre: :
FOK SALE���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
on   Westminster   road;   ahout   1^
feet to another road; for $700; quarter   cash.     Herbert   Gay,   Windsor
hotel,   after   >',   o'clock.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOK RENT ��� FURNISHED LED-
root:i.  424 Third avenue.
FURNISHED HE'D ROOMS TO RENT.
apply  71:!  Trew  street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp hlock. corner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
ItOO.M TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 2ZT, Mh St.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED RED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. m. or hetween 9 a. m. and
5 p. m. at Room 14. 8-^ Columbia
street.
PRIVATE      BOARDING      HOUSE���
First class board. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cooking. Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Agne? street.
TO KENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
I LOST.
LOSI ���A   Pi. t KETBOOK' "CONTAIN
ine sum of money and checks
Finder return to the Royal City
Dye Works and receive reward.
one-third    cash,    balance   one   and
two years. (204-A.)
THIRTY ACRES In section 35. block
5 north, range 1 west, twenty acres
cleared, with new house tind barn:
.nod water. Price $270 j er acre.
Terms     over     eighteen     months
(175-A.)
TWENTY acres in section 33, block
5 north, range 2 west, N. W. D.
Price $500 per acre: one-third cash,
balance six and twelve months at
7  per cent. C'll-A.)
FIFTY acres in section 32, b'ock 5i
north, range 2 west. N. W. D.; ab-;
solutely the best subdividing pro-i
position in Port Mann district to-'
day. Why ? The terms are one- (
fifth cash, and tlie balance over!
TEN YEARS, with interest at 6 perl
cent. (i'l'l-A. i |
I
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
i
FOUND.
FOUND AT TIIE WALSH S\S!i AND
Door Factory the latest thing in tbe
line of fronl doors.   Phone 413. **
TEN   acres,   being   lot   6,   section   27,
block 5 north, range 2 west, N.W.D., I
on  new Yale road.    $800 per acre; '
$2500 cash, balance six. twelve and '
eighteen months at 7  per cent,  in-
terest. (222-A.)
SURREY
160 ACRES on the Scott road within
six    miles    of    New   Westminster.
Price $��,'  per acre;  one-third cash,'
balance  six,  twelve    and    eighteen;
months.    Investigate  this.     1208-A.) i
;80 ACRES in section 25, township 2,;
$150 per acre; .42^0 cash, balancej
over two rears. (141-A.) I
'10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
section 19, township 2. $200 per
acre; one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per cent, in-
terest. i2<M-A.i
Do you want a lot in the centre
of the city.   The old Clute Home,
< orner of Third Ave. and Seventh
Street, is now on the market ; the
price is $1000 per lot and upwards
and will be sold on good terms.
As the beautiful house is now on
our new street, we will give it to
the purchaser of any two lots for the
small sum of $1000. It now rents
for $35,00 a month.
Don't forget, we will give yju good
terms.
P. Peebles,
620 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 307
S'evi   Vork,  Sept.   2,���The   National'
lousekeeplng Goods Show, whore is
on    view    nearly   every   conceivable
tiling to lighten housekeeping labors,
i ,, ned   In   Madison   Square   Garden
tiiis   week.     As   the   visitor   enters   he
traverses an avenue ol refrigerators
of every imaginable kind, ab ive which
Boal miniature airships,
A little further on are "the domes
of   Bilence,"   Invisible   castors,   which
��� eked to chairs or tables make *'u b
a thing as a rolling noise Impossible.
Vi  leafl  i bai  Is whal their sale
asserts I.
Then there is on view a new kind of
ght, guaranteed to "flood your home
with the bright white llghl of day" -it
any. time  of  night,  and   In  the   daytime will ��� ��� i ������ bills by tui nlsh-
, ...     ured
hoi figures largely In manu
this new ; u
Just  hej ond the fuel booth, a  |
i   i r   which     a     bl -i     reads,
������Which'?"   \ iu    re as! e !   ��������� hicl
would prefi ih air and burglars"
air and no ���   "    Air
without  the burglar accomp i  i
the i   tun    prefi  ei   e, nnd   it
illy attain ibli  bj a win-
.. !',ertised to "take 11.,.
if policemen nnd docto
������Hinpy   Girl"    Booth.
���  ���  e    ��� -    the   "1   ppj
         ���
��� anee I es It the t     est t
pomati   I     dresa
elf,    I?   is  even   hinted   thai
es i  e pi ibletn of hookii
���,|i the back.    lx>1 t of hars   ed
hands studied this de-\ h e, �� hlle
elors were equally Interested iti     |   I
enl darner.    Vou lay the sock i i
machine, and it does the rest.
Another exhibit   was of  gold-pl
Tl e china is Imported and
sent to Wheeling, Wesl Va., where i'
I. plunged Into a solution, and co ���
put looking for all the world liki thi
purest gold. It is used for every poe-
bli kind of utensil thai the housewife has neo ! of.
There are many vacuum sweeping
machines on view, and about a
'men spend their time Boiling the floor
for another dozen to come ali ng .-it d
clean up. if the Bweepers gel their
oes dusty, till they have to do Is to
step act ss to a ; o< I h �� e ��� a new
kin l of shoe polish is exploited I ���
dip  their shoes  in   the  stuff  and   they
come out  shining  like a  plate glass
1 window.
Food    Protection.
v I   Interest   la   a   new fani ��� I
t od   protector  that   Insut es  fre<
from Insects and germs     Everything
I that  goes  into  tlie  protectoi   Is  Burro mded     b lys    the    advertisement,
��� ��� with pure, ��holesome air." If j ou
wanl to look al youi self when taking
���i bath you can gel a mirror tbat wlll
: ick, chip, oi i bange < olor in
even the steam room of a Turkish
hath. If you want to Bhave after your
bath, you can net a safety razor complete with three genuine blades for
twenty-flve cents.
A booth surrounded hy a big crowd
.-ill night was full of artificial dowers, where orchids, carnations, ruses
and violets were so well imitated that
one had to look twice, smell, and (eel
t) he sure they were not the real
thing. Tlie exhibit of furniture Is
one of the most complete ever made
in New York, and includes everything
from a plush-covered parlor suite to
the latest ln baby carriages.
Then there are till sorts of things
good to eat from the most modern
prepared chocolate to honey strained
by a new method. Other exhibits are
music machines, phonographs, tpye-
writers, pokers and tongs, and ahout
a dozen different kinds of bottles to
keep liquids hot or cold for from
twenty-four  to forty-eight  hours.
Sippfe
AND   ^ERYTHING
YOU NEED
0 665���CoIumbia Street--^
New Westminster, B.C
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
M-v   ' ed by
*-- ^     ::���
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone   R 113. Oi -es�� s.
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
TO LKT���THL BASEMENT ANU
store in the K. P. block; suitable'
for store rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc.. etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester
Sec. K. P, Trustees, 517 St. Ge
street, City,
FIVH ACRES in section 18, township
8 on Newton road, .lijfl per acre
Terms over two years. (91-A.)
LANGLEY
FIVE   a-re   tracts,   consisting   of   the
osl   fertile   soil   in   Langley    dis
cleared and in  a high state
of  cultivation;   tram   line    running
through the property;     good    roads
on   all   sides.     I'i ice  JITS   per  acre
and  up.    Terms, one-fifth cash, bal-
���   '��� over three years.
Do  You Want to
Sell Your Acreage
or City Property?
If so, we have clients open
to purchase property of all lost-ladies'   silver   watch
j���       ���   .- r* ,. wi,h  sold  chain,  between  tram  of
descriptions.     Fend your list I    Bee and Third street.    Suitable re-
addressed to "Inland," P. 0.
Box 431, New Westminster.
Quick results guaranteed
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
hest fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head   Office        -        451   Columbia  St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office     -     -      Kamloops, B.C
Tenders for Cast Iron Specials.
The corporation requires tenders
for steel castings for the new pipe
line. Plans, specifications and further
details can he obtained from .1. VV. B.
Blackman, city engineer. Tenders
will be received up to September 6,
1910, by the undersigned,
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
August. 23, 1910.
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Tendesr for Cast   Iron Specia's.
The corporation is desirous of receiving tenders for cast Iron specials
for the new water main. Plans Bpecl
Bcatlons and further particulars can
he obtained from J, W, B, Blackman,
city engineer. Tenders will he received by the undersigned up to ~>
p.m. of September 12, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
August 30, 1910.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where It will
he burned hy the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other street or avenue or on tiny
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanitary Hylaw.
By Order, S. J.  PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, dune 13. 1910.
THE
ank ol Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many Pei | le who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on  favorable  terms.   ::
INCORPORATED;i855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B,   R
BRANCH
615 Columbia Sfeet.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
The
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURE^iC���
Triple  screw,   14,90 ton,.
S.S. MEGANnv.
Twin screw, 11,900 ton��.
largest and most modern. Accommodation equal to any crowing  the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
ward  for  returning  same  to  Dull}
News office.
IT   PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
THE
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NEWS
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Saluting the Union Jack at the "Farth est South" point reached by the Shackleton expedition.
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired,
Woodwork of All Kinds,
39  Alexander St.
HeggsT
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay-
Central Meat Mark!
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and Filth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The  Arrow Pre**
Mrs. E. M. Dommy. P-��-
near The Daily News Co., 609 \
Street.
Try  a  "WANT"  nd In  Tie
It will bring results.
Ne"'3-
iii sAturdaY-
SEPTEMBER  3,  1910.
THE DAIL\   NEWS.
PAGE TH. EE.
Automobile for Hire
Day  and   Night.
Telephone:
Day 703. Night L611
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
Rank of Montreal
USTABLISHED 1817.
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
E
cAP|TAL
RESERVE
nches throughout Canada and
ySonndland, anu in London, Eng-
N , \eu- Vork, Chicago and Spokane,
'^ \' and Mexico City. A general
l-3;:in',.' business transacted. Let-
ba f Credit lssue.1, available with
Respondents In    all    parts of    the
'slvlngs Bi��nl�� Department���Deposits
Jpived in  sums ot  Jl  and upward,
rt interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
!nnu.n  ipresent rate).
Toti'l  Assets   OTer   .18��,000.000.08
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BUTMNEK, Manager.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
b,0ce 'prions 1��-      Barn 'Pione 1��
Columbia Street-
pUg��ge   delivered    promptly    tm
saj part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  D6POT.
At the annual meeting of tlie agri- \
cultural societies of British Columbia
beld in Victoria In January last, dates:
for the fairs throughout the Province
were arranged as follows:
First    Circuit.
Alberni      Sept. 11 and 15
Nanaimo      Sept. 16 and 17
Comox      Sept. 22 and 23
Cowlchan        Sept. 23 and 24
The Islands  Sept. Ll
Victoria       Sept. 27 to Oct, 1
N,  and  S.  Saanich Oct. 7 and 8
Second   Circuit.
Coquitlam      Sept. 20
Maple   Ridge Sept. 21 and 22
Mission       Sept. 23
Agassi/.
Chilliwack     .
FEW MASTERPIECES
PRODUCED BY RICH
iu p.  m.    Sunday school
a. m. and 7:;
at 2:30 p. tn.
SOUTH   WESTMINSTER   METHODIST mission���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor.     Sunday   school   at     10   a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
Lord Rosebery Thinks Poverty Called Forth Poetic IeEIm
FREE     METHODIST     CHAPEL���
Eighth  street,    between    Third    and
Fourth avenues.    Rev. C. S. McKinley,
pastor.    Sunday  school.  Id  a.m.;   ser-
servie ���,  7   p.m.;   sermon,  7:4a
c.      * ��   -n   * \V*xa.    Celebration  of tlie  semi-centen-
ueniUS OI Robert Bums|nlal anniversary of the Free Methodist church. Cottage prayer meeting.
Tuesday evening. Midweek prayer
meeting, Thursday 8 p.m.
COLLINGWOOD      METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7;30 p.m. Sun
London, Sept. 2.���What would have
happened to Robert   Burns, the poet,
it he had gone to .Jamacia, as he once j day school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
thought of doing? Tins was the (pies- j Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dundonal.l school
tion which Lord Rosebery propounded '. U��USe-;  Service at - P-m- *-n*- Sunday
.Sept.
.Sept. 20.
and 28 : Ayr
and answered, in a recent speech ut
"cbool at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
I pastor.
:i and 22
Third    Circuit.
Gardiner & Gardiner
IF. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 0   Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone  133
p, 0. Box 395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating  and   Plumbing
Ul  Jobbing   Promptly   Attended
To
Nicola       Sept. 13 and 14
Armstrong      Sept. 22 and 23
Vernon       Sept. 15 to 17
Kamloops       Sept. 28 to 30
Kelowna       Sept. 20 and 21
Salmon   Arm    Sept. 23 and 24
Summerland      Oct. 17 and 18
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey       Sept. 27
Langley       Sept. 28
Eburne     Sept. 29 and 3u
Ladner     Sept. 23 and 24
CHURCH   OF   CHRIST���305     Dur-
jham.   Madison Wright, preacher, Sa��-
, *sy   services,   11   a.m.   and     7   pia.
W��*k day sat-fics, every day at I t.m.
SAPPERTON   BAPTIST   CHURCH,
Hospital street���Sunday school at i II
p.ia., sstrice at 7 p.m. Andrew Oriuvg,
pastor.
GOSPEL    HALL���Corner   of   Sixth
avaoue and   Ninth  street.   k'.>ak_��lUt
J   J. Uoustt will preach at 7 p.m.
RICHNESS   OF   THE   NORTH.
&Sr*\
CANADIAN PACIfIC
RAILWAY CO.
Colonial   Block
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcjea for Ladi.s from 91Z-/5
��P.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16 00.
Silver Watches, gents' op?n case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltiam and Elgin
Watch- a,     - ..   . ��� ��� ���
Watch -i, pairing a Specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Train Service New
Westminster
Departures.
5:45���To ��eattle, Port Moody, Bar-
net t and Vancouver.
8; on���To Vancouver.
9:15���To Montreal, N'lcola, Vancou-
rer and local points.
15:06���To St. Paul. Kootenay points
and Sumas.
16:45���To Vancouver and local
points. Agassiz and local points.
19; 35���To Montreal and Okanagan
points.
20; 50���To Vancouver only.
Lord Rosebery was presented with
the freedom of Ayr, after re-opening
the Auld Brig of Ayr. immortalized by
Burns, which has been restored at a
cost of $50,000, raised by Brims clubs
all the world over. It was in Ayrshire, he said, that Burns spent the
first twenty-eight years of his life
and composed most, of his master-
pieces. It was very nearly being tbe
only part of Scotland ln which he was
fated to live. "Ile was almost leaving Ayrshire for Jamacia," Lord Rosebery added, "when something arrested  bis  steps.    How  strange it   would'
have heen If that hai happened! li Exploring Party Reports Iron Ore De-
would suggest to orators at future posit* and Fertile Soil.
Burns' anniversary dinners to honor | Port William, Sept. 2.���That eom-
with a toast tlie blind poet. Black- paratlvely few of the "big things" of
lock, of Edinburgh, but for whom the northern part of the North Ameii-
Burns would have gone to Jamacia, can continent have been exploited is
there to take up one of the most odi- the conviction of K. 11. Flaherty, of
ous situations���of overseer on a plant- Port Arthur, who, with a small party,
ation���ever filled by mortal man. has Just returned from an exploration
What would have happened had he trip extending to within seventy niTes
gone to Jamaica? Certainly we would of James Bay. Mr. Flaherty save that
have had one Immortal book of verse.. the country 100 miles southwest of
but nothing more. Amid the tropical James Bay is not only comparatively
luxuriance of Jamaica and the degrad- rich in iron ore, but that the producing conditions of slavery, together tivity of the soil Is almost beyond be-
with all the convlval associations of lief. Trappers and Hudson's Bay fac-
tbat island at that time, 1 do not be-,tors raise excellent vegetables espe-
lieve that we would have beard much  dally tomatoes, in a very few weeks.
TONIC
WOMEN.
��)R. GORDON C. HEWITT.
Dominion Entomologist, says,
referring to the iofuitile dc��lS rate Iron intestinal
diseaMa md diarrhoea spread by the house fly, he
belitv* {list tb�� io-called harmless (ly is yearly
caiuingth* desli* ol thousands ol infants, as well as
spreading the germs oi typhoid lever.
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
are the only thing that will rid your
house of the&e dangerous pests.
Arrivals.
Montreal.
Vancouver,
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
Z\_  to 25 H.
2 and 4
P.
Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
7 . 43���From
Port  Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From     Agassiz,
and local points.
16:15���From Vane ouver.
IS: 45���From     Vancouver,
and local points.
20:40���From Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal   and
points.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.
H.  C.   B.   FOSTER,  A.  G.  P. A.,
couver.
mote of Burns. "Some of his genius
would have evaporated; be might
have come back wealthy, and strutted
I the Brooniielaw as a rum lord, or a
sugar lord, or a tobacco lord, but he
would have been a totally different
Burns. Ills genius could hardly have
survived the luxury of wealth. Poverty produces masterpieces, but wealth
smothers them. You would be able to
count on your fingers all the masttr-
pieces produced by rich people. Ycu
would find that almost all had been
Written under pressure cf povetty."
Okanagan.
Vancouver
Seatt'e
Xicola
B.
Van
The valley of the Metagaml river,
along which the party traveled for a
considerable distance, is thick witli
poplar trees, many of which are two
feet or more In diameter. The river
itself, while shallow, is in many
places more than 600 feet wide. The
party was absent from civilization
about three months.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���W/2   Knots
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's  Wharf)   MONDAYS   and   FRIDAYS
at 11:30  P.M. for PRINCE  RUPERT  and   STEWART.
i
Monday's steamer makes close connection at Prince Rupert with
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Masset, Kincolith, Naas Bay, Charlotte
City, Lockeport, Jedway, Ikeda Bay, etc.
Fri Jay'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
or freight, apply to
L. V.  DRUCE, Commercial Agent.    H. G.  SMITH, City  Pass. Agent
533 Granville Street, Vancouver.    Phone 7100.
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP  LINES.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New  Sternwheeter
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, with
Passengers and freight  as follows:
hemes New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday. Fri
jl'ty and Sunday at 7 a. m.
first Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
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indicates that no copy has been turned
in bv the pastor or other responsible
>: ity.)
CHURCH
SERVICES
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for this column must be B
lephoned to, this ofiice by I 3
'ridavs.    The omission  oi \*3
urmrare
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
W. E. Walsh      W. E. Walsh, Jr.
Factory, 226 14th St.
New  Westminster,  B.C.
Phone 413.
We  make  a  specialty  of  fir
doors, steamed  and kiln dried.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital,
un:! Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
.1. weekly. For further particu-
lars apply to Hospital. Tele-
phone "53.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon   and   Sixth   St.   New
Westminster B, C, Phone 354.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  388
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Yancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf nt 3 P. H. dally except Saturday,
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C.  E.  K. ticket ollice and or. board steamer.
,fl< cars leave Steveston every heur (on tbe half-hour) for Vancou-
"er.
s���� th. Famous Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Hound trip ticket,   to Bteve��te��. Biturday afterBeens, $1.
and
Elee-
Sunday.  "eptember 4.
HOLY TRINITY ��� Rev. G. C.
d'lfiasuni, rector. Celebration of Holy
Communion at 8 a. m.; Matins.
Holy Communion and sermon at 11
a.m.; Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.;
evensons and sermon at 7 p.m.
ST. PAUL'S SrGFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. deB. Owan, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Holy
Communion first Sunday ln the month
after morning service. Prayer meeting on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
QCEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. C. W. Brown. B.D.. pastor Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.: Sunday
school at 2:'.W p.m. Morning, "Fervent
in Spirit"; evening, "Christ tin.. Three
Men."
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. .1. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
school   and     Bib'9    class   2:39   p.m.
KNOX    PRESBYTERIAN���Rev.  E
G. Thompson. M.A., pastor. Public
worship: Morning, Holy Communion,
11 a.m.: evening, 7:"0 p.m. Bible
class and Sabbath school 2:30 p.m.'
V. P. S. C. B��� Tuesday 8 p.m.: prayer
meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m. Morning,
"The Education of the Child"; evening, "Tl e Day of Decision."
OLIVET BAPTIST���Kev. A. F. B.:k_
er,  pastor.     Services   11   a.m.  and   7 !
p.m.    Sunday    scliool  at    2:30 p.m. j
Midweek prayer meeting on We lnes-
day at S o'clock.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Ta; lor, M.A., Ph.
D., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. und
7:30 p. m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST��� Rev
E. L). Braden, pastor. Set vices at
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p.m. Epwoith League on Moaday
at 8 p.m.
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. F. S. Okell, B, A., pastoi. Services
at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at lu a.m. Sunday scliool at
2:30 p. m. Epworth league, Monday.
at 8 p. aa. Prayer meetlwr, Wednesday at 8 p.m. Morning, "The Value
of' Systematic. Giving"; evening,
"Home Religion."
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
���Benjamin Sand pastor. Service at
11 a. m. In the old 1. O. O. F, ball.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner .Eighth street and
Third avenue, riurnuby. Rev. Frederick L. Carpenter, pastor. Public worship 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school, 2:30 p. m. Prayer meeting,
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.; choir practice,
Thursday, 7:30 p. Bl.
WEST KND PRESBTTBRIAN���
Twelfth street. Rev. James Reid,
B.A.,  pastor.    Public  worship  at  11
Owing to the numerous requests to purchase sale
goods offer the first month, and as so many were out
of town during August, we have decided to continue
our Furniture Sale until the 10th of September.
Everything is reduced to the limit in order to attract
you to our store, if you have not yet visited us you will
be surprized at our stock and our low prices.
JUST READ ON
and compare our prices with what you had to pay
befors we commenced business,
NOW FOR BARGAINS
Combination Window Shades, green on one side and
cream on the other. Complete with brackets and pull 60c
Plain Green Shade, complete 40c
All shades mounted on best Hartshorn's Rollers.
Heavy Floor Oilcloth
Per square yard.. 25c
Heavy Linoleum,
Per square yard. .40c
Linoleum 12 ft. wide
Per square yard.. 50c
Strong
Rockers
Mahogany
Parlor    O QA
Tables    *-*W
RUGS
Every Rug in the store is reduced to the
limit from the cheapest Union Rug to the
       best Axminster and Wilton. This affords
an exceptional opportunity to fit up that room for
your FAIR VISITOR,	
DENNY & GALLOWAY
RELIABLE HOME FURNISHERS
Phone 588 43-45 Sixth Street New Westminster, B. C
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THE DAILY NEWS
'ATURDAY, SEPTEM
BER 1
The Dally News
Published by Tbe Dally .News Publisn-
lng Company, Limited, at their offices
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
t.  A.  Paige.
.Managing  Director
SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER
1910.
NATIONAL RESOURCES.
Ccl me] Roosevelt is again on tlie
political war path at least that is how
i- apj ears to be to the ordinary observer, though such a purpose is disclaimed by the ex-president and his
friends���and   his
LEES LIMITED
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SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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EMEMBER    WE    CLOSE    AT    6    P.M.     SATURDAYS,  10  P.  M.
MAN    TO    MAN.
The  second  issue  of  Man  to   Man.
the new Vancouver magazine has just
heen   published,  and   if  tlie   suceeed-
tour   through    the (ng issues keep pace with the two al-
western states wears quite a spectacu- ready gone int0 llist01'-v- ,liere is no
i doubt as to the success of the   new
lar aspect. Immense crowds gather to venture.
For  illustrations  and   reading;  mat-
MARKET
REPORT
see i :,d hear him, and at every stop-
ter, Man to Man compares favorably
ping place he receives a great ovation. wlth anv magazine at present pub-
He Is In fact receiving, as the presi- Ushed in North America. The present issue   is a Laurier   number, and
i  the Kansas City Commercial
< lub       ��� ni 1 the other day
vvel      ���' as  Ro se\elt  the
).;. I   been  given  him  years    a ;o    as
Roose i ll the pi sident,
Havii .  -  irtled the world upon return   from   his  African   tour  by    his
with  tlie mass of
a warmer
man than  tnents and
yesterday's market was chiefly remarkable for the amount of business
transacted. There were no unusual
features, bul tiie large supplies of almost all kinds of produce broughl In
Information on the and the large attendance of buyers
made it probably the besl market daj
this year.
Early in the morning almost all the
hotographs.  it   is hard  to
guage   correcUy   what   the   magazine
would be without that special feature, available space in the market building
There   are   some   splendid    photo- was taken up by the displays of ven-
graphs  of  both   Sir  Wilfrid   Laurier dors from all parts of the districi and
and   lion.   Richard   McBride,  and   on by eight o'clock In the morning it was
crii      .  -   and condemnation  of    the the flrst page there is a poem on Sir hard to move around in the building,
methods    f administration pursued by Wilfrid, which must take its place as The supplies of apples and pears were
.'   one ol  the finest tributes vet paid to what  was  most  noticeable    as    they
other    'vernments. the ex-president is the   Btatesman.     ���    ls   written   by came in in lai-ge quantities from up
now   arousing   tlie   enthusiasm   and  Blanche   E.  Holt   Mnrlson, a  Vancou- river points.
udits of the people of the west by  ver lady, whose name is well known There was a large supply  of |     i-
1
simi   .   strictures upon American
sti   itions.    He avows himself to he a
Are attracting a great amount of attention, in spite of the fad tint we are  unable to i
ar- we are still without show windows.   But only a matter of a few days and the exten
completed, the new windows in place, and we shall then have lota of room, plentj ol
second to none In the city.   See the new materials, you cannot n istake the store���ll latin
a show window.    We mention a few of the leaders.
Diagonals
One i st popular materials for this Beason, very rich in appearance,    nd   li
lngs.    Fiom   	
'   $1.25
Poplin Suiting
jn. in literal/ and artistic circles in Van- toes and  a good  demand  for    them.
couver and further afield. The supply of plums was larger than
A feature of the issue is a series of it has heen yet tiiis year, but the de
progressive  and   declares  his  enmity sopja    photographs    of    Vancouver's mand vacillated.   The plums this year
agaiust all forms of dishonesty
corruption. He suggests that
United States is face to face with a
the law and become a power in
land.
the i
and great public park, "for the people and have not heen in first  class condition
tlie the people's children." as a general rule and that  Interferes
What is as yet  larking to make the with their ready sale.    However those
magazine almost an essential  to the noticeably clear of plum rot generally
grave    crisis    and    a great    contest  reading  public of the coast   is good found ready sale,
against tiie trusts and other powerful  fiction.                                                        i    There was a fair supply of beef, but
financial  interests  wliich  have defied1    There    is    but    one    short    story, it  was all  sold out early in the day,
I "Phoebe  of   the  Three   Pigeons."  by There  was  a  good  supply    and    de-
��� Sewell  Ford, a fair yarn, and it and mand for mutton and  lamb,
the concluded  story   of   the  "Pacific      Perk  was seen on  the  market    in
In the course of his tour   the   ex- War of 1910," by C, H. Stuart-Wade, fair quantities, but it is not the pork
president lias    spoken    some    useful comprise the fiction in the book. This season now an I the demand was limit-
words.    One    of    his    most    notable !'s not enouS'i, bllt "hen the magazine ed. tke price dropping in consequence
,        , ���        .     .   _.      'settles down to regular routine there to thirteen cents per pound, the low-
speeches was that delivered  at  Den- ',��� undoubtedly be more. est ��� has been fo'r m!mv momhs
ver a few days agp upon the conserva-j a few interesting pages are given I During the morning there was a
tion of natural resources. He deelar-.to the life and work of Lleut.-Col. good auction sale of horses, cattle and
ed  that  tho needless    waste    of the \ W'olfenden, I. S. 0. V. D., king's print- rigs at the market square.
, .    , . . ;er, one of the  first residents   of thei
natural  resources must    be    stopped,',... ���r x-��� . m   .���.-��� . ,, Official Quotations
rl        City of .New  Westminster, and a walk- j umciai  uuoiaiions.
for "we of this generation hold    the lng encyclopedia of the history of the Beef, hindquarters, per lb 9 to 10c
land in part  for tlie next generation province. i Beef, forequarters, per lb 7 to Sc
and    not   exclusively    for   our   own     The magazine is replete with other Lamb, per lb 14c
selfish enjoyment."  'The natural    re- f^T   ske,tch,e,s,hand.   &*�����   and  Mutton, per lb.       12c
, there is no doubt that it will at once |\ eai, laree. per lb 9 to liic
sources must be developed promptly, take lts ,lUlce as   one   of   the   n)ost Veal   mPrti.lm   per [b 12c
completely and in orderly fashion, he ! prominent factors in the literary life  Pork, prime, rer lb 13c
said, and added that these must    be'of the coast. .Eggs, wholesale, per doz 40c
Eggs, retail, per doz 45c
Butter, wholesale, per lb 26c
"kept for the whole people and not
handed over for exploitation to single
in lividuals."
There is sound common sense .and
BINDER   TWINE   TO    BE
MANUFACTURED   IN   WEST, Butter,   retail,   per
lb.
. 30c
Fowl
per doz., live  $S to $10
Tbat the thousands of tons of flax'Chickens, per doz.. live  .$5 to $6
good reasoning in this, and the ethical [straw that are ..early allowed to go to   toilers    $.}   to   5
principle .thus laid down is as applic-'was,e  throughout  the  western   prov- Ducks, per doz .9 to m
,,     '   ,,      ' ..  .   .    ,.     ...   ..inces might be utilized in the   manu- Geese- each   W-50
able to Canada as it is to the United  facture   of   blnder   twine   and    ot,]er Potatoes  new. per ton $20
States.    It   is  upon this principle in-1 products, is the opinion of G. F. Giv-'0n,ons) rer  sack    $1.50
deed   that  the  Canadian   government I ens,   commissioner  of   lands  for  the I Turnips, per sack   50c
national   railway  company, Carrots, per sack  75c
who waited upon a special committee  Repts- Per sa(,,v'  75c
of (lie Winnipeg industrial bureau. It   ParsnIi,s' *'er sack - - '
natural and national resources.    Here  was not as a promoter that Mr. Givens
fortunately action  has not    been de- appeared before the bureau though he
layed until the evil of selfish exploita-  owns over ;!-000 acres of land in the
tion  has  reached a  point  almost  be-  WeSt' Up0n  which  he s'ows a   larSe
yond recovery, as is the case on the
has  acted
sion    for
govemme.it
In appointing its
the conservation
ous. I Honduras
of    our
Apples, wholesale, per box...65 to S5c
Plums, whole, per crate ....40 to ">0c
Pears, wholesale, per dox... .70 to 80c
| Cucumbers), per doz 30c
Extra weight, specially adaptable for stylish tailored stilts; meastres ahnost  flftj
comes In a pretty collection of exclusive shades.   At, pei .   rd 	
Satin Anazon $1.25 yard
We have tiie exclusive sale for this cloth.   It Is in the broadcl ith class, bul   w - ...
lows for it to he made up either  way, a Hang Impossible with a faced cloth.   Is be ���
shadings.     Inspect   them.
Some Exclusive Novelties
In tweed and striped effects, arrived  yesterday, just   In  mie suit    length of each, and a . inge of
colorings are displayed in this oollectlon.   From, per yard  $ 1.00 to $2.00
Imported Broad
In a rainbow collection of colors.    We have bought extensively in the light shadings. Bull     e tea
gowns,  opera  coats,  etc.,  also  in  the staple and  fashionable fall shadings. Call and Bei
we shall be pleased to show all our extensive selection.   Per yard $1-75
For School Dresses
Some extra special value* in medium weight goods suitable for children's  dresses,  km   :
skirts.    In greys, navys, browns,    greens,    black    and    red.    A splendid   range   to < P���"
vard    30c and 35c
| quantity of flax, and is therefore naturally interested in the subject. Mr.
other side of the boundary line. We Given stated that he was in touch
may therefore look to some real good wit'' a "lan who had perfected a pro-
and national advantage resulting from , ce,ss ,f0.r the utilization of the strawji,, th-- ,<!>:>,
tiar. ������   .i-    f m    r,      ai I which lt at present being allowed to
the work of the Canad.an commission. I R0 t0 waste throughout the country
Colonel Roosevelt recognizes that He will endeavor to raise the capital
in this effort to preserve the national sufficient for the undertaking.
welfare it is necessary that the rights Mr' Given points out that last sea-
of the public should "be protected by ^^Canada ^Oof��Ss 5
federal rather than state of provincial flax upon 138.000 acres of land. From
.ction. This is the end of the policy .this there was produced in flax fibre I
adopted  in  Canada.    It is as Interest-'-"'"���"""  u,,ls  of  straw   which   was  all
ing as  it  is gratifying to see one of i *!i�����? ,t0H ph��   ,0   fT(f8t*      lf   !his I
.,   i        . amount  had  been  utilized  he   points
such  eminence   as the    ex-president out, and binder twine,and other prod-
preaching as gospel the principles of j nets   manufactured    from    it,   there
Defence    Bill's   Third   Reading.
Melbourne, Sept. 3.���The Pearce defence bill has been read a third time
action that obtain in this Dominion.
LOCKOUT  IN SHIPYARDS.
Fifty   Thousand   Men   Thrown   Out
Work in British Yards.
I.onion. Sept, ���:.���Lookout    notices
were posted  at  all  federal  shipyards
|would have been an asset to the farmers of nearly a million dollars, or
about one-third of what they received
for the flax seed.
of
SPANISH   STRIKE   IS
SPREADING   RAPIDLY
Saragossa. Spain, Sept. 2.���The gen-
wOdaj advising: the members of the eral strike spreading throughout
Boilermakers Society tbat their ser- Spain reached Saragossa today
v1"- would he dispensed with after Shops, factories and mills arfl closed;
?itty thousand men are direct-  no streel   cars are in operation  and
Reports from the countryside indl- \
terday ol the riveters employed al the  cate that the farm laborers are leav.
Walker     shipyard     at     Xeweastle-on-   ing  their   places  and   heading   toward
hold that    this   the     Cities.       Garrisons     are     being
igreemenl be-  strengthened In this district in anticl-
constitutes a bn ach of
tween  owners  and   workmen.
,ii. < ted.
rhe trouble Is duo to a Btrike ye
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
no newspapers are being published,
I ation of riots.
SIR   ERNEST   SHACKLETON.
Hero of the South Polar dash who recently visited Canada. Moving
pictures of his experiences in the
frozen south will be shown al the
opera house tonight.
LAND   ACT.
New Westminster Land District.    District  of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that .lohn Ferdinand
BaggS, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, Intends to apply lor permission to purchase the following <|<-
Boribed  lands:
Commencing at a post plained
about one mile northeast from the
head of Hillings buy. and about 40
chains easterly from the southeast
corner of timher lot number 37341,
thence north 40 cliains. thence east
40 chains, thence south 40 chai,is.
thence wesl 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND   BAGGS.
Dated  AugUSl  29, 1910,
At last a Positive Cure has been found for
ASTHMA
in the Now Famous INDIAN HERB CURE
r��   Manufactured  and  put  up in  Victoria, B. C, by J. F. Fitzpatrick,
Address:     628 Hornby, Vancouver,    Phone  R 4845.
. I Coming to  New Westminster Shortly���address  later.
This Is one more proof of the efflloaoy of the Asthma Cine.   Hear
what  the Victoria ladv has to say about the Asthma Cure.
���������-������.
1123 North Park St..
Victoria, B.C., October 28, 1909.
Mr. Fitzpatrick.
I am writing this to let you know what a greal relief I have fount
your asthma cure. I have suffered from asthma tor ten years, ;'��l
have tried so many different remedies and have found nothing tna
have given me such great relief as your asthma cure, and by ''or
tlnually taking it, I think 1 will (Ind It a cure.
MRS. MAV WITTY.
JEWELRY
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��� Our slock of jewelry in Gold, Silver and  Gold  Plated is the I
J    complete ever shown  in  Westminster.    Call  and   he  convinced
I Chamberlin's ���*������
��� Agents for the Howard, Ball, Longines and  Hamilton Watches.
��� " , .|,��  | Official time inspector for C, P. ">'���
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A Choice Building1 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.
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 Typewriters. 10, 12 and 15 inch carriages. Small Cash Payment of $5 per month.
Call in and see one.
See Us For Prices and Terms
WHITE, SHILES & CO., New Westminster Agents
IMfli "mm
ITOP
wrrs
jrDAY, SEPTEMBER   3,  1910.
SPORTING
0S. MINTO COP GAME'
The daily news.
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Jl GAHA IS OUT
FOR CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE-:
as   preliminary ^^^^
d by Football Men���
to   Lacrosse   Newcomer
Enthusiastic
Meeting.
Looked    Upon    as    Best
Wrectler on  Mat With  Exception
of  Frank   Gotch.
n
(football meet wmcn was nem i    i^ouaon, sept. 2.���Since tbo coming
,  , office lasl nigh! Is any of Gama, the greal wrestler of India,
c    of ,;,,   support  Mie   Hovers there has been a revival of Interesl
to bave in -their endeavors in wrestling l;i this country. To watch
mm championship this year, the (lama at work Is to realize that one is
aB1plonship  is  already  stowed looking at  a  master ol  his craft    Ile
.  tbe vaults of   the said loot- |s lh(,](; m  ^ mX u> ^   g   ^
down  on   his  shoulders,  and  it  is ob-
.'.ious that the paramount thought in
.the Indian's mind is thai  the quicker
his opponenl  Is defeated the greater
is the credit due to himself.
He Is nol wrestling with one eye
on his adversary and one on his spectators.   At the moment there is only
160 Acres on Scott Road, close tn,
Price $140.00 per acre. Adjoining
property is selling at $300 to $500
per acre.     This is a real money maker
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! STORE, BANK CfTTIMP Q -
l AND    OFF1CF. TII  1 LlkiO !
***��*��grgaywigpwwFy<if vt
PHONE  295.
lasts
I
were more than thirty    en-
e'    at  the   eting  last  night,
the  ways   and   means   of
Jhall dub tor tbe coming sea-
..���. most important mat-
gsed was  whether the foot-,
, | [Uied    hetween    the
0f   Vancouver   and   the
,i,.   date   of one   of the
|
I
; on
ould not be played|one thing to be done -to put his man
down as soon as may be.
I   <���
'tain raiser for the big lacrosse
Without  the consent   of    the
I of course nothing could
���    afl t    the    to'"  In*
I resenl saw officials of
i ,i themselvt    a
Ivor of lea.
;   delegate   from   the
tiie annual meeting In Van-
ted    a    verbal    reporl
.,���! ami adopted  by
heetmg-
,   Grant   resigned    his
nei   of   the  club  and
and P. Collier wei i
his place,
will hold a practice on
���  ���      Alien it is expected
atry men with reputations
rllll mt and the Ro' ei 3
ild   make  a  creditable
i
L PLAYERS MAKE DATES
REMAINDER OF SEASON
1st: Schedule  of   Postponed     and
: ayed Games  Drawn   Up  at
Meeting   Last   Night.
.   FADER
NORTHERN  CROWN  BANK  BUILDING.
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AMATEURS GO TO ISLAND
TO PLAY VICTORIA MONDAY
Although  Championship   Is  no  Longer
at Stake, Interest in  Result
Remains  Keen.
The
Vlctorii
Capital
though
senior amateurs    Journey
i to plaj  lai rosse against
City team on Labor Day.
neither team has a chance
to
the
Al-
	
the league, which has gone to the
Vancouver Terminals by a large majority, there is considerable interest
in the came. Victoria has beaten
New Westminster twice at Queen's
park, while on the previous visit paid
by the locals to the capital they completely  swamped  the islanders.  Whe-
There Is no wasting of time playing  for head  holds or  holds oi  any
other  kin I.     He doesn'l  play  for holds
al all: he got.; In and takes them,
and should it happen that his opponenl i. clever i nough to avoid the
flrsl attack, he also has to be ready to
na el the next, which comes upon him
with lightning rapidity.
Quickness is perhaps the Indian
champion's quality which most lm-
i ��� es the onlooker. The latter is
apt   -f o',r:l"(,!;   ��� tremendous force
which Is concentrated In the Indian's I ther or not they ran do it   again  is
rapid movements.   Gotch is said to be ,lK' question which is   puzzling   the
|quick; he Ins laughed al all European  lacrosse scientists of both cities and
wrestlers he has mei because of their there is sure to be a good crowd   at
\- team   for    tbe first   league!elephantine slowness.    The cinemato- ,h<? game.
,    ed    The team has  graph   pictures  of  his   contests   with     Tho New Westminster team will go
enty-two    players,    all  Hackenschmidl    and   Zbysco   proved over in charge of Howard Welsh and
that by comparison with them he was will line up as follows:    Goal. Coutts;
quick,    lie has declared, and he has:P��lnt. Munn; cover   point,   Patchell;
realized,  that   quickness  is  strength;   first    defence,    Patchell;  second   de-
thal  quickness In a wrestling bout is>nce. Robertson; third defence, Greg-
of   infinitely   more   importance   than
mere   physical   hulk   and   ponderously
exerted strength;  but if ever be met
Gama  it  would  be interesting to see
how he compares in this respect with
his challenger.    lie will be up against
a   man   who  has  at  least   equally   as
ureal  an appreciation of tbe value of
quickness   as   himself,   and    possibly
greater executant power.
I     Bul   the  strength  is  in  Gama   also,
j One can see it in the fine proportions
pf  his   figure,  the   enormously   deep
(chest,  tbe  strong    loins,    the    large
ithighs and powerful rounded arms.
He   has   no  muscular   development
chest as Hackenschmidt.   He has not
.the   gross   bulk   of  Zbysco.    There   is
(nothing   particularly  overpowering   in
his appearance.    Beside such a giant
as Podoubny, the Cossack, he would . ,    ,       ,   A   ���**,���+
appear   a   comparatively   small    man;  that    Art    Warwick   has    had   abou*
bu   the muscle is there, and obviously enough   acrosse after his serious in-
under nerve control of tbe highest de-   ury.   Nick Carter announces Oat this
The strength of an ox and the is Ws  last season  In the gan ie.    nd
of a cat." we,-e the words Fitzgerald is paying tbis year against
parental  objection.    Then   Walter  At
I ton. after becoming a benedict, is of
it I the  opinion   tbat   it  behooves  him   to
(make bis farewell also,   ft is said. too.
AND   OFFICE     ^^^^^
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
������ J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline.
PHONE 473
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sweeping your carpets
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
lory;   centre,  McKenzie;   third    home.
Archibald; second home, Kenny;  first
��� home. J. Gifford;   outside    home,    C.
Smith;   inside  home,  Hume  or   Battson.
This is the first game of the year
'in which Munn has not played in goal.
[ Since Pearson was suspended from
! the league and Coutts made such a
I good showing while playing with the
|.Native Sons against the Foreigners, it
;has been decided to give Munn a
! chance to exercise a little in the field
iand he will play point today.
NEED
il meeting of the executive    of
aseball league    last    night    the
I ;he remaining games to
bed tins year was   drawn    up.
I       '    is the schedule;
[3���Alerts vs. Balmorals.
������Maple l.eal's vs. Balmorals.
i���Balmorals vs. Maple 1.   .is.
pie Leafs vs. Alerts.
13���Balmorals vs. Alerts.
.hi���Maple Leafs vs. Alerts.
I;' .     '���'. iple Leafs vs. Balmorals
I 23���Balmorals vs. Maple Leafs
es  "l   all   the  postponed
' anil those  yet to    be    played.
���. ...   have  a lead  in    the
I ������ other teams are clOS !
pd thi    ��� aainder of the season
luce some surprises.
NEW PLAYERS
FOR TORONTO
TWELVE
Toronto, Sept. 2.���It is likely Jimmy
Murphy will bave a few vacancies to
'fill  next year.    It is altogether likely
that    Art    Warwick   has
a cat," were ^^^^^^^
one  spectator   summed   up |
gree ^^
quickness
in    which
Gama.
He is a  worker, and  be   sees to
that  bis opponent needs to be a work
::sse
IS    DEAD    IN
SOUTHERN    ALBERTA
er too. unless be is to go down on his
shoulders within the first five seconds. There is no letting up. no
breathing time, no holding off U
gather wind and strength when Gama
is wrestling.
r, Sept. :'.���From tbe present
<4 it would appear that the
tern Alberta lacrosse season is
) end. although    there   are   six
������I he played.
Ui McDonell, of the Calgary club.
I yesterd ij thai  nothing was be-
done by the league executive to
matters adjusted.   High River will
��� ' Calgary to play off the
games owing the local club, and
"������:��� do so. the Calgary club veto so tn Lethbridge.
Ifl River   and    Lethbridge    have
* in play   at    both    places,   and
also are   hanging   lire.      The
fseemB to be down nnd out, and
very much like ending in a li/-
The league affairs are In a  very
'"������'". mid nothing  ls being done
"h  ll     As  far as tbe Calgary
Flying to Bordeaux.
Pertiers, France. Sept. 2.���M. Bielo-
I vucie, who, in a Voisin bi-plane, is
making a flight from Paris to Bordeaux, arrived here at noon from
Orleans. He covered the distance
from Orleans to Pertiprs in two hours
and thirty-five minutes.
BASEBALL
e, unless High Uiver intents due the club iu Cal-
Northwestern League.
Friday, September ..
At  Spokane��� R. H. E.
Vancouver   3   8   5
Spokane S    8   '.i
Batteries:      Gardner    and    Lewis;
Killilay and Osdeik.
At Seattle��� R. II. E,
Tacoma   1    2   2
Seattle       -    6    4
Batteries:   McCaminetit and Byrnes;
Chinaull and Lebrand.
that  Menary  has made up his   mind
that bis career on the field has been ]
long   enough   now,   and    though   the '���
veteran gave no signs of degeneracy I
this year, it is likely tbat unless Jim-1
my Murphy cannot do without him he
Will attend strictlv to his business affairs.
Tbat  leaves a  pretty  large gap to
fill up.   it, is whispered that Bud McLean will take Atton's place between j
tbe   posts  next  year,  and   that   Joel
Green, a brother of Bert, is even now,
under articles.   So It would seem that
Jimmy must once more poke into the I
dark   corner  where   he   has  cast   his
gum   shoes,  and  donning  this  usefut
footwear, sally  forth  on  his periodic
scouting tours.
Yachts Gather For Races.
Marion. Mass., Sept. 2.���Fotirteen
sonder yacht aspirants for honors in
Germany next June, as members of
the American team in the race for
the Emperor William and Prince
Henry cups, gathered in Buzzards
Bay today, in readiness for a series
of trial races to be beld by the Eastern yacht club.
WE HAVE IT
Dust Bane
Put up in cans in
powder form. Just
sprinkle a little on
the carpet absorbs
all dust and killsjall
germs in the carpet
Highly recommended by the medical
faculty.
A sure prevention of
sickness and disease
ue w���|
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers tn All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
RoyalACity Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster Box  137
C A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phoae 373
NOTfCE TO CONTRACTORS.
Seuled tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to Monday, September 12, 1010, for the erection and
completion of a Church Building on
Sixth avenue.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the residence of Rev. F. S. Okell,
Twelfth street and Eighth avenue.
The lowest or any tender not neces-
sarilv accepted.
j. w. Mcdonald, sec.
^of
WED., SEP. 7
WED., SEP. 7
Harry Tidy, Manager.
Contractors and
House Builders
\Ve have a lull   line   oi
.Builders  Hardware in this
Before Building See Us, as we
money.    Also Complete   Stock
tlie   Best
City.
believe   we   can   save
ot   PAINTS   ami
you
OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.]
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A Beautiful Assortment of Rings       ���
on view at Gray's |
Diamond Rings from $15.00 to $200.00
Pearl Rings from   $2.50 to $15.00
Rings with assorted stones as pearl  and  diamond,  pearl  and  ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from...: $5.00 to $50,00
John B. Gray
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WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust  Block.
Columbia   St.
h.ickleton  and  his
cJ     many difficulties experienced  by  Lieutenant _,cturei of the
>���<ons In their dash for the South   Pole.    Moving pictures
p W'H be shown at the opera house tonight.
PIXLEY & LUDERS' MUSICAL MASTERPIECE
-THE-
yrgomaster
Why! The Idea.    Is It Possiple ?
GUS C. WEINBERG-Himself
The original Peter Stuyvesant, and the same Big Com-
pany of Favorites, including that Bewitching
Chorus of
KANGAROO GIRLS
Seats On Sale At Tidy's Florist Store.
Accident
Insurance
Ry taking out a policy in the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you are protected against accidents of all kinds. The Railway
Passengers is the oldest accident company in the world. Claims paid
over thirty million dollars.
The policies are free from objectionable restrictions, clear, concise and easily understood by anyone.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD mm
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THE DAILY NEWS
BUSINESS DIRECTORY   I
JOaRD OF TRADE���NEW WEST- I
minster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room, City Hall, as follows;
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the intra
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed snd elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND j
repaired by your local tuner, W. E. !
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St., .
Phone L615.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST    LABOR    AGENTS!    MANA-j
per G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street,;
Vancouvei.     Phone   3675.     Prompt
attention   giren   to   all   orders   for
male   help.    Ring   us   up,   wire   or \
write If unable to  rlslt us.
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsominlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
6treet,  New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
'1UK SCHAAKE MACHINE WOKKS,
Limited, Front street, New Wes*
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
FIRE   APPLIANCES.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. THE LAT-
est in fire fighting apparatus.
R. Harris & Co., Lavery block,
Columbia street.    Phone 656.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
I    McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, butlfllng
stone, pte.    Satisfaction guarantees.
ro'urabla street.  New Westminster
Mr. W. 0. Norris. of Kamloops, was
a visitor in town during the week.
��   *   ��
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Purvis and Mr.
Alex Purvis, are the guests of Mr. and
Mis. Lelghton at Savonas, tor a fortnight's shooting.
* ��    ���
Mr. John McKenzie, dominion land
agent, has been at Lytton on a business trip.
��� ���    ���
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Morris and family, of Canmore, Alberta, who have
been the guests of Mrs. Morris'
mother. Mrs. James Eraser, left for
their home on Thursday.
while Mrs. J. Grace)  and .miss Jose
served the Ices,   others
Mi..   Briggs,   :
phine Martin
present Included .mis
Naomi Briggs, Miss Marl,... Ma, ....
Miss Muriel Cotton, Miss Hrown. Miss
trude Hrown. Miss Corbould, Miss
Corbould, Miss Alma Leamy,
Miss Alma Lewis, Miss
Macgowan, Miss De Wolf Smith. Miss
Kitty    Dempster    (Dewdney),    Ml.
ronto.
^ATURDAY, SEPTEMB
Railw
ay Tilne TabL
B   C. E. R.
Westmi,
"-^s^l
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Cars leave Van
j    minster at
am., and
..
<-��� lor Ni
* 'Vj
Geri
Claire
Miss   Lewis,
Nortl
dale.
Armstrong    am
Miss   Annan-
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL -- COLUMBIA ST.
Phone 18. Newest tind most up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine.  J. Traohy. Prop.
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone lO.'i. Comfortable accomoda���
tion. Terms moderate. ILLeod Jt
Watkins. proprietors.
Mrs. A. II. McBride and Miss McBride returned on Saturday from Vic-
tot ia. where they were visiting tbe
Hon. Richard McBride anl Mrs. McBride.
���   ���    ��
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Grant and family
are home from their summer camps at
Ocean Park.
Mr.    and    Mrs.
leave  shortly  on  l
home in Ontario.
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Dr.  and   Mrs.  li.
on Thursday from
Notice Is hereby given that under
the authority of section 59 of the municipal clauses act, the following
buildings are declared to be a nuisance and dangerous to the public
safoty. and it is hereby ordered that
they be pulled down and removed by
the owner, agent, lessee or occupier
thereof, viz.:
Ou lot 3, C. block IL', two buildings
,    , between     Gardliouso'.      bakery     ami
E    Drew   returned   Hotel   Russell,  and  two  building,   and
a trip to Portland.
tiler.
until U:30 p.m     h��Urih
Car' >"ve New v,.,,ral
oouverai ;, ���    ,
Alex
trip
Cruickshank
to   their   old
shacks between Cunningham Hardware company's store and Hotel Uus-
The Rev, Dr. T, Wardlaw Taylor rev sell
turned   on   Saturday   from   a   mouth's
vacation at Banff and vicinity.
to, J
BURNETT-RAMSAY.
Mr.
town.
��    ���    ��
Ili!l-Tout, of Abbottford. is in
PROFESSIONAL.
SVHITESIDB & EDMONDS, BARKIS-
tvrs and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &  SYNOPSIS
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, WiUiams building. 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
Mr. William Murray, manager of
the Hank of Commerce at Vancouver,
was in the city on Wednesday.
*    ���    *
Mr. H. V. Ardagh, ol High River,
Alberta, arrived in town on Thursday.
Mr. .1. P. Nicolls. of V
In town on Wednesday.
uieot.ver, was
CANADIAN
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any arallabl�� Dominion .Lands wltb. I
ln the railway belt In British Celum-
bia, may be homeetettded by any per-
son wno Is th�� tale bead of a family
or any male over 18 yeans of age, te
the extent of oa^-quarter sectloa ef
160 acres, more er less.
Mr. and  Mrs. W. S. Collister, Master    Douglas    Collister,    Miss    Edith
! Johnston   and   Mr.   Alfred   Johnston,
returned   on   Sunday   from   a  nli.ee
months' trip to Europe.
���    ���    ���
Mr. and Mrs. \V. Norman Bolo are
leaving Montreal on Saturday for
home.
On  lot  1. block 0., shacks occupied
���as  Chinese  laundry   between  Central
hotel and blacksmith shop.
On  lots 12, 13 and  14, C. block  11
all buildings on these lots (3) at back1
'of Cosmopolitan hotel.
One of the prettiest weddings of the    On  southeast   corner   of  lot   11,  C.
season wjis solemnized In Holy Trin- block ll, small lean-to.
ity    Cathedral   on   Wednesday   morn*     On lots 17, 18 ami 19, C, block 11,
lng, August 31, at   ten-fifteen o'clock, small   shacks   at    back   of   Chinese
when Klsa Kirby, daughter of Mr. and stores  facing Columbia stieet.
Mrs. II. J. A. Burnett, was married to      On lots 7, s. 9, and  lu, ('. block  11,
Mr. Henry Ramsay, of Vancouver, son shacks on all those lots.
of George Ramsay,  Esq., <>f  Benwell     on lot  19, C. block ll, three small
Grange. Newcastle-on-Tyne.    The oill- shacks facing Columbia street
Hating   clergymen   were   the   Key.   A.      on lot   l, (.'. block 2, small shack on
Silva  White, of Nanaimo, assisted  by   west  side of lot.    Two old  shacks at
tbe   Rev.   Canon    d'Easum.   rector    of  back of W. A. Gilley's ollice on stieet
Holy  Trinity.    The church   was  beau- eld.
tifully decorated for the occasion; ! On lot .", C. block S. three old
lovely pink and white hydrangea and shacks at hack of It. C. mills stables,
white aster? being used. The bride On lot 6, C. block 2.'i, three old
entered at the west door of the church \ buildings on the corner,
on the arm of ber father, to the | On west one-half of lot 21, ('. block
strains of Wsgner's Bridal March, 123, old shack facing on Carnarvon
from  "Lohengrin."   She  wore a  hand-  atreet
S.'OO a,,,., ai
after ontll 11:00 iT'
Sunday 8chec
Cars leave Vancourer ���
minster a' s
every   half   heur
11:30 p.m.
Cars leare New \v .
; 'New wj
tbereaftet
couver at 2:00 i
hour thereafter
'tminster |or ���
**-*, and i
until ii
p.m.
Eburne Line.
leave    \>w   y
'mins'er
���' 'intil llj
1 an
l.
WfS'ffilll
���M| Vanco'jvj
Entry must bt made personally at
thi  local  land  efflce  lor tbe  district
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND in which the land it situate. Eatr��
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room, by proxy may, however, tw made ei
Westminster Trust Block. j certain    condltioai    by    tbe    tatser,
. , . j mother, son. daugktsr. brother or sir
R. T. PRINCE, EXPERT ACCOUNT- *er ��^ an intendiift homesteader.
ANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the      The homesteader is required to per-
Hall Safe Co.   Office, Room 9, West-iform the condltioir  connected  tbere-
minster Trust block, city. with   under   one    or    tbe    following
~=^=^^==!=== plans:
Mr. L. G. McPhilllps
well King, and Mr. H.
over  from  Vancouver
, K. C, Mr. At-
C. Shaw, came
on  Thursday.
Tbe    Hon.    Dr.    Young    and    Mrs.
Young, were in Uie city on Saturday
from  Victoria.
*    ���    >
His lordship Bishop de Pencier,
���Mrs. de Pencier and family, have tak
en up residence In the See house.
some tailored suit of dove-colored
grey, trimmed with soutache braiding. Her hat was turban-shape with
crown of grey satin, the brim fa^ed
with black velvet and trimmed with
cut-steel buckle and bird of Paradise
osprey,
Tbe    bridesmaid.    Miss    Marguerite
Pyne, was gowned In dainty pink silk
On lot 19, ('. block 23, old shack
facing on Carnarvon street.
On lot 14, block B. old building corner of Clarkson  and  Fourth streets.
On lot 5, C. block 16, old building
corner  Clarkson   and   Fourth   streets.
On east one-half lot 7, C. block 7.
Old Chinese laundry facing Columbia
street.
On lot 1, C. block 11, old shack next
Cats
a.m. and ever
Cars leave Vm'^wtt","*
every hour until inpm    ��'
On Sundays cars leave
at t. a tn  to 1   ; ������.
On Sundays i sri
8 am  to i I p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart, Local  Miniu,
Westminitir.       '
Great   Northern Railway
Leaves    N'ew    Westmlnste
a. m  arrives Seatl e :     p..
Leave.     New   West. ���
a. m.;   arrives Seattle :: ;:. ���   I
Leave?    ...��    Westminster
p. m.:  at i Ive. Sei ������ ,. - (f, p'Q
Leaves    New    Westminster '
a. m.;  an Ives Seattle J ;:;, - ...
\.i a\ ��s   Seatl e  8:05 a.m.;
New Westminster 2:50 i n
Leaves Seattle 12 25 p. .
New Westminster 6 .' ; ::
Leaves   Se,.";.   t 35 p ffl.
New Westn Instei    27 p.m.'
Leave;. Seattle 11 ii :
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, husiness
letters, etc. Coumbia street. Telephone 62.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
City,   farm   and   sumirbxn   property,
628 and ltd Columbia St.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
loring. A new line of Spring suiting Just in. Button making, pressing and repairing, 46 Lorne street.
Phone R 508.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
EOYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 34S Columbia street, I
phone  R278-    The  place  where  the 1
dirt and dust is remeved from the
fibre���not pressed in.    Goods called
for and  delivered.
(1) At least six months' reslriene*
upon  and  cultivation of the  land on
ach year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, if tne
father is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity ot
the land entered for, the requirement!
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the father
or mother.
voille and picture hat of black velvet.
'faced   with   Paisley  silk  and   trimmed ito Royal City hotel,
with  ostrich  tiiis.    The  bride  carried I    On  custom  house  square,  shack  on
a shower bouquet of white rose buds I Columbia street.
land   the  bridesmaid   pink   carnations!    And  tbat a notice of this order be
Mr. G. Stanley Norman, of Vancouver,  published  ln  both   local  papers for at
; supported the groom.    After the cere-  least  five days, and in default  of the
��� moiiy   the  bridal   party   anl    guests owner, agent, lessee or occupier of the
drove   to   Dunwood,   the   lovely   bom >   respective    premises    md    complying
of   the    bride's    parents,    where    the  with this order within such  period  ol
i wedding   breakfast   was   served.     The , five days, the said buildings and each
Mrs   Walter Nichol  was the guest'll0USe waa brightened with quantities of them be pulled down and removed
of'her  sister.  Mis.   David'Cambie  on o(    Aowera     In. the    drawing    room. J by the corporation  at  the cost of tin- 0.   N.   R.���Surras Bra ...I
Tuesday. sweet, peas were artistically arranged, owner, in accordance with the provie-     Leaves   Sumas a.m; A
golden glow, and the tea j Ions of said section 69, of "the munlcl- bridge passen. ei      tion, XewT
Mr. R. P. Taylor, of Victoria, and
Mr. Homer Adams, paid a business
visit to the Chilliwack on Saturday.
G.  N.  R.���Port Guichsi.
Leaves New Westminster liii
cept   Sunday  from bridge ;
station   3 5 I   p m ;   arrives
Oulchon '.. 30 p. rn.
Leaves   Porl   Gulcbon 8:00
dally, exi ej I S 1 li j
Westminster brldf ������ passeng ��� ,\
10:2 1 a. m.
; In  the hall
Miss DeWolf Smith will receive on
I table  in  tbe dining  room   was graced 1 pal clauses act."
first and second Tuesdays, beginning���111 adding cake'In the center, andj
10:20   a m,  dally en
September 6.
The Duodocum club will meet at the
home of Miss DeWolf Smith on Mon-
(3)  lf the settler has his permanent 1 day.
residence  upon   farming   land   owned ' ���   ��   ���
by him ln the vicinity of bis Dome- | The marriage is announced of Mon-
stead. tbe requirements as to residence ! lea Vera Arabella, daughter of Mr.
may   be  satisfied   by   residence   upoD   and Mrs. Gordon E. Corbould, and Mr.
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the commissioner of Do- ;
minion  lands  at  Ottawa of IntenUoD
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal  mining  rigots  may   bt
leased   for    a  perled  ���(    twenty-en* j
years  at  aa  asiual  rental  of  Jl  pe*
acre.      Not   mors    than   2560   soree |
shall   be  leased   te  ��������  individual  *t
company.      A  reyalty  a; tht rat* et
five  eenti  per tee  ahall  be  e��lleoted
on tbe merefcaatafcta seal aileee.
W. W. CORT.
Deputy of the Mtwister ef thi Iaterier.
Harold Vernon Ardagh to take place
on Wednesday, September 7. 1910, at
two o'clock, in St. Barnabas' church.
���    ���    *
Mrs. Jack Howison. of Ashcroft, is
the guest of ber sister-in-law, Mrs. C.
B. Seymour.
a   bug"  bowl  of  palest  colored  asters
at one corner.    The   mother    of   the.
bride was much admired, in a band-
some princess gown of wisteria silk, I
colienne   with   bat   en    suite.      After-!
wards amid showers of rice and  confetti.  Mr. and   Mrs.   Ramsay   motored
to  Vancouver,  en  route to  Portland,;
"vhere the honeymoon  will  be spent,
On   their  return   they   will   reside   in
their   pretty   bungalow   at    Fail view,;
Vancouver.
City   ball.   N. w
tender 1, 1910.
minstei.
W. A. DUNCAN.        ; Sunday.
City Clerk. Leaves   N'ew   Westminster
Westminster,  Sep-  passengei    tatl n     _i p.m.;
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except SJ
Fall Suits Are Ready S
WILL     ABANDON      DISTRIBUTION.
Will
N R��� *fBsnt!i��tlz��e    .ahllcatfM    ���(
Mil"  vtvertle*m��at  win    n��t he pale
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AVLiNG, FISH, FRUll,
Game Vegetables) etc. Dean Block,
nest to Bank of MontreaL
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES. THE FUKMTUKE I
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker.!
corner Agnes and McKenzie s'reets. |
Phone 176, night ral!  Sl.
CABINET   MAKING.
D.    V.    LBWTHWAITB,    CABINET-)
maker and upholsterer, 42j Clark- I
son street (behind Burr block.).!
Furniture made and repaired. Mis- ]
sion furniture in Dr and oak.
Mrs. Henry A. Eastman  wi
ceive until  November.
not re-1
Traoe h'tnua
0OPV-��!GHT3 &c.
AnvoTin pending ��<:��vh anil rir-.c_n!l_u may
inlckiy fta.frtAin e';r optsJon 'r��--*3 v nether nn
iuventJf.il la prnhnUj-pruvnt^bla. 'Vimmunl'.-i,.
UooimrtoUynonttdaiiilaL HptJUC-OOK ot. Patents
lent free. uMest as soo* for srrurliij.' pc*<*nM.
IViteiits tattetj tli. rtirh l.tn-.n . Co- receive
Ipt.-uiltiotU*, without cnmvu, la t\o
Nathan   Strauss,   Philanthropist
Give Away No More Milk.
New  York,  Sept.   2.���A    cable   mi.
��� ���    ��� |8age  received   in   New    York    tonight
Miss Biiggs and Miss Naomi Briggs (from  Nathan  Strauss, the  millionaire'
are entertaining at a luncheon on Sat-1 philanthropist,   announces   that   ieit
urday   complimentary   to   Miss   Vera (year he will abandos his distribution 1
Corbould.      The  decorations   are   In .of pasteurized milk in New York city
palest  pink  and  sweet  peas  ir��  the {because of opposition in certain quar-
flowers   used.      The  guests  art   Miss Iters.
Corbould. Miss Claire Corbould, Miss! Mr. Strauss Is now In Berlin, where
Seharley Wright. Miss Cotton, Miss ! he recently o[>��ne<l a milk depot slm-
Freese, Miss Fraser, Miss M.iionMlar to those In New York. He has
Martin and  Miss Josephine  Martin.      maintained seventeen statiois in New
* * York, selling pasteurize 1 milk by ths
Tbe   provincial   conference   of   local  fflsss at one cent, besides giving free
councils of women, of British Colum- j bottled milk for needy babies. Sclen-
la, will take place in Vancouver on.tists are divided on the valuo of the
September 8 and I) ln St. Andrew's j pasteurized product, and Mr. Strauss
church schoolroom, and will be of alhas met with much opposition from
most interesting nature. The chief Ithe more radical of those who do not
topics to be discussed will be "Pure | share bis views.
Milk Supply," "Child Labor," "The
"Duties of Citizenship" and "Laws
Affecting Woman and Children."
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WouLm ukui.mj
Co., bank, otlice and store lutings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manieu
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished, J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh !
and car line. P. O. boi 254, Pbone |
473.
Mrs. E. N. Sutherland received for
tbe first time since her marriage at
her borne on Merrivale stieet on
Thursday. She was assisted iti receiving by her mother, Mis, J. c.
Armstrong, and her grandmother
Mrs. Freese. The drawing room was
brlgWWned with a large brass bowl of
crimson gladioli. In the dining room
Mrs. C. E. Lewis and Mis. J. C.
Brown and later Mrs. C. C. Wotsford
and Mrs. T. .1. Armstrong, poured at
a table centered with a bowl of sweft
peas. Mrs. James G. Brymner served
f the fall fairs tbrough.the ices. The gills assisting weie
and coast have Miss De Wolf Smith, Miss Lewis,
Mlsa Alma Lewis. Miss Freese, Miss
I Gertrude   Hrown,   Miss   Vida    Leamy,
NEW
DISEASE    HAS
ATTACKED      CUCUMBERS
tiffin W-Mif^M
|C��l/��>    J> ���.SliiS. i t ArSv*>
A. h*nfiw me:. ll)!:-iril<_. v-.,r:,..;. titrgi-it dr-
n. atloo it &r.y Boieiutfl* Journal, 'innr,* Tn~
Quwxla, ��..7- a year, [K)au*�� pnpaM.   Sold bj
The    Fall    Fairs.
and
|Miss Claire Corbould and Miss .Muriel
j Cotton. Little Noel Armstrong and
(Charlie Moss opened the door to the
guests.
Providence. If. I.. Se't. _.���Ma-I<e��
gardeners throughout tl.is state have
met losses amounting to more than
$160,000, tbrough damages to their
cucumber crop by a new disease. The
crop has heen reduced sr, per cent,
and unless something can be found I
to check the epidemic, the cucumber
In Rhode Island is threatened with extinction.
Melons  have  1 een   affected   as  well. I
Tbe ravages of the ft-**'  have been so!
extensive that   plant  specialists   lio:n|
the    department    of    agriculture    at
Washington, have come here to study
the disease at   the  tetpiest  of Dr.  II. |
J.   Wheeler,   director   of   the
mental   station   at   tbe   Rhode
state college at  Kingston.
expert*
Island
PAPER   HANGING   4.  DECORATING.
I.   HUDSON,   WALL   PAPEK,  KOUM j inclusive.
The dates
the   upper   country
been announced as  follows:
Nicola  Valley,  Septenn>er  14.
Kamloops,   September    2k    29
30.
Vernon, September 15, lfi and 17
Armstrong, September 22 and 23.
Kelowna, September 20 and 21.        j    Mrs. James Gifford received for tbe
Salmon Arm, September 23 and 24.   fi!st   time since her  marriage at  ber
Vancouver,  August   15  to  20  Isclu- !,10me on Fourth avenue on Thursday jly repoit for August al the K
sIve- afternoon.    She  was  assisted   In    re- M.   P.   barracks   In   Lloydminster   for
Victoiia,   September   27    to    Octo-'?elvl?g by her sister Mrs. T. GliTord, 'cases   tried   and   convictions   secured
ber  1. (Jr-    In 'he dining room the tea table is a long one.    With tbe exception of1
notour   4   .0   x'n���  cle('��rated   wiUl   asteis   '""1   Mrs.  one   charge   against   three   strangers,,
'to 8 j Gowan   Macgowan   and   Mrs.    I).    G. the cases arainst loci Fprm.r. r-������JI
FARMERS   FINED
SETTING
FOR
PRAIRIE
Lloydminster,  Sept.  2.���The
FIRES
month),
N. w.
relieve and cure lndir;estion-acidity of the stomach-btliouaness���flatulenoe
���dyepepsta. They re inforce the stomach by supplying the active principles
needed for the digestion of all kinds of food.   Try one after ��ach meal.
EOc. a box.    If your druggist has not stocked them  yet,   Mod us 50c.
and we will mail yo�� a box. 33
National Dro�� and Chaaaical Corap.n.   at Canada, Limited,      .      .
Mautraal.
I).    G.  the cases against  local  farmers repre-
Mcl bail poured tea. while Mrs. Hugh  sented   the  old,  old  storv  of   foolish
McDonald served the ices.    The girls'handling of fire on the [.rallies  and a
assisting   were   Miss    Gifford,    Miss;civil case under the militia act
Pi ide.   Miss   Minnie   Johnston,    Miss!    After paying a fine of $25 nnd costs
.IVingston   and   Miss   Walmsley,    Lli-ifor  setting  the  prairie  alight    D   Mc-
fle   Marjorie   Gifford   and   Constance 1 Ray   was   further   convicted   of   shoo',
Qlfford,   opened   the   door   to    lhe ing chicken out of season, and Magii
p,u'sts- trate Marlow handed out another line
*   * of .5 an.l costs.
Mrs. C.  E. Doherty entertained  de-1    In  spite  of an  able  defence  bv  R
llghtfully at the tea hour on  Monday J, Bell, barrister  E  A   Fitch  of Hirer
in compliment to Mlsa Vera Corboud., course.   waB  fined   $25  and 'costs   for*
The rooms we-e beautifully decorated'causliK   a   prattle   flre.   bv   Inspector
with  a   profusion   of   early   autumn DeMeais.    Corporal  Nicholson  prose-
During the aftenooi a Jelly cuted.
Suits that arethe pi
duction of the higaf
salaried designers j
that were tailored
the most expert woi
men, from eled
foreign and domes]
woolens,
There are no raai^
stvle changes this sj
son,   but   there
many   improvemen
in tailoring deti
that make for b.-.-
some garments.
Suit
$15.00, P.
$25.00 to $35.
alrea
If  you have
been casting about I
we'll tai|
showi:
a suit, sin
pleasure in
HOUSE
OF
HOBBERLIN
LIMITED
you  what you
been missing by
coming here first.
hai
REID & CO,
Thc Store of Satisfaction
601 Columbia Street
flowet a. *BW^^^^^WfinBraw*^^p?��
mm
r*m
j.DAY,
SEPTEMBER   3,  1910.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
bne by us gives the ut-
[satisfaction. Our equip-
. j. m0dern. The Latest
yon in a collar and cuff
Line has been installed.
t Economic, Prompt.
(t'e labor only employed
Lai City Laundry
Phone 183
iingi
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
tpI^o   REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All persons using Columbia street
''"' vehicle traffic of anj kind arc re-
q"e*ted '" keep i" the lefl hand side
"' ' '" <���"' track while proceeding in
either direction.
By order,
J. A, RENNIE.
Acting City  Clerk.
( Ity Hall, Augusl  12. 1910.
fsEsr.aaermzxuB':
_
t CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C, Coast SS. Sailings
IMSHIPS  FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
.          Daily
   Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
    Daily
,;1  Dally except Sat unlay
 '  Sal ui day
TO   NANAIMO.
    Dally
\      v >N   AND   COMOX.
    Mondaysi
lays and Saturdays
TO  ALASKA.
,..  Every Saturday
���0 PRINCE  RUPERT.
Thui sday and Sat.!
IsTEWART  (Portland  Canal).
Every  Thui sd ij
I lea res  N'ew  Westmln-
!  .. Wednesday and
i '| llllwach T a.m.
and   Saturdays
i api ly to
ED GOULET,
| \   Westminster.
C,  n    FOSTER,
p   \.. Vancouver,
you want  tn Increase your
b .sine., ".   Then see
A UN D E R
FOR
I G N
�����������    imfliw���,��� ���������������!���
Signs of ('very de ci Iptlon,
1 llasB Bigns a bj eclalty,
324 Columbia Street. Phone ~6G.
The
Royal Sank of Canada
Capital   Paid   Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
The Hank has Branches In
Canada extending Iron, the Atlantic to the Pacific: In Cuba
throughout Hie island: also in
Porto Kieu. Bahamas, \ew y/ork
and   London,  England.
Correspondents In all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L,  M.  RICHARDSON, Mana ;er.
New Westminster Branch.
CAT WHIPS RATTLER
IN fOUR DAYS BATTLE
Primeval Battle at Laquin,
Pa., Ends in Feline Not'
Even Being Stung.
'.-Ta���T���af-������---~T_���'���mO!m_
mplating
urope 7
If so, you will  want  the  verv hest
Cedar,   Fir  and  HemlOCk  ,h:"  can  be offered  for your    money.
i nd  ll  do     nol   matter what class of
First Class Air Dried Stock   cabln is desIred'
THE ROYAL LINE
will Hll .'.our wants. First, Second and
d   Cabin accomi lodation  Is  unex-
��� ���   'I whilst the Dining Service leaves
nothing to be d<   [red.
The N'exl Sailings are
Royal   George    Sept.  1
Royal Edward       Sept. 15
Royal George Sept. 29
Roya!  Edward   Oct. 13
E .Goulet, agent C. P. li... will book
passage  via  these steamers, or
Wm. Stapleton, general   agent,
iti block, Winnipeg, Man.
If you want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your wants, our price
will suit
B. C. Manufacturing Co..:;;:
Phone 173    Lulu Island
City Property
We have several lots on
Eighth avenue which ...ust bo
sold.   Call mid see us at once.
11
The Remarkable Progress of the
LGAMATED DEVELOPMENT CO.
Have been unprecedented in the history of the
|0il Industry.
Full possession to all of this Company's immense
[holdings was not completed until the 20th of June
-Just two months ago.
, Since that date the Company has installed machinery for two flowing oil-wells; has commenced
and is already far advanced with the construction
of a Refinery on the ground ; and has shipped Nine
Miles of piping to convey the product of their Oil
[Wells to tide-water.
h    Can this record of progress for two months be
I beaten?
i The present week will see the stockjof the
Amalgamated Development Co. quoted upon one
W more of the local Stock Exchanges. Watch the
RISE.
Price of Stock: One and
Two   Dollars per  Share
Apply to:
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
518 Hastings Street, West Telephone 4327
Laquin, Pa., Sept. ::.���Many things
come out of Barclay mountains from
its Innermost and almost impenetrable fastnesses. Coal, gold, bears, deer
j and snakes, wonderful berry crops
ami tales grotesque and fanciful. And
occasionally trom the streams which
pound and thunder over cataracts,
through deep biding places and down
sv.ii't rapids in high water, comes
grewsome evidence of battle, oi kill-
inn    and    sadden    or    premeditated
death.
Occasionally, mixed up with some
driftwood cast upon a gravel bar, is
found a���body swollen from long immersion, some unfortunate hunter or
fisherman who by misstep met his
end; some "hick," on whom a giant
pine or hemlock wreaked vengeance
by knocking him Into the stream, or
seme unfortunate, weary of the uphill struggle for existence, who has
sought  rest   In  the waters.
The latest remarkable tale, which
is said to be vouched for by a responsible party, is the story of how
a cal killed a rattlesnake after several day's fight. Al least circumstantial o'.idence points to a batlle of that
duration, and in the absence of evidence to the contrary we are hound
to believe it.
The cat, a large Maltese, was In
the habit of making daily trips to the
woods, seeking what It could devour
Every day at ahout lhe same time
Tabby hiked to the tall timher. and
members of the family where the pel
was domiciled began to sit up and
take notice.
It was followed, ;mcl in a little clearing in the dark forest where the afternoon sun glinted like waves of sold
through the treetops the cat came to
a dead stop, head erect, ears up and j
looked straight ahead. Tiger-like, it
lashed its tail and crouched as if
ready to spring at some ohjoet in the I
underbrush, at something coming toward it. It proved to be a rattlesnake
gliding noiselessly along over the j
ground.
As the snake drew near the cat
bristled up and made itself known,
and the snake hesitated, coiled and
gave its customary rattle. This seemed to get on the cat's nerves. It
sprang on the snake, giving it a claw
and bite and went over, the snake
missing as it struck. The cat crept I
around in front and then seemed to
fall under some spell of hypnotism exerted by the serpent.
Slowly the snake moved toward the
cat, its little beady eyes glimmering,
cunningly confident of its power to
land the prize, when the observer of
the unequal strife, which seemed
about ended, threw a stone which
frightened the cat and the snake.
both of which disappeared in the
brush. .. .
Kvery day the cat made a trip to
Ihe woods, but evaded any attempt to
trace her, so what was taking place
In the forest wilds no one knows. On
the fourth day after the cat had been
disappearing ir returned dragging a
rattlesnake bearing twelve rattles.
The snake was of good size, and judging from its condition it had been ln
a terrible battle in which the cat bad
come out victorious. The reptile's
body was bitten and clawed.
It was thought that the cat would
hardly have escaped being bitten by
the snake, and its death was hourly
expected, but at last report there
were no signs of fatal Inoculation.
In townsite, one-half acre lots
and   blocks  up  to  eighty  acres.
V.'e have the exclusive sale of
the very choicest, buys in the
townsite. Prices from $800 to
.2  per acre.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
In
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
t.   <t   V.   "States."   daily  except   Sun-
I.eavo, 8:00;  Arrive al  9:16.
V.    East,    daily;    Leave.   8:30,
9:25,  22:30.
except      Sunday;
day;
C.  &
16:45;   Arrive  at
Bapperton,    daily
15: 15;   Arrive at  !):. 5
& V. "States" daily except Sunday
Leave. 23:00;   Arrive at 21:00.
Vancouver,     daily     except     Sunday,
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 23:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00, L8:00.
Victoria, daily  except  Sunday,  Leave,
Leave, 8:30
und 21:00.
Fraser   .Mills,   daily   except.   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:45; Arrive at 9:25.
Coquitlam,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive at 13:00.
C( Qtral   Park,  dally   except.   Sunday;
Leave,   11:(MI;   Arrive at  13:00.
Edmonits,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, ll :00;   Arrive al  11:00.
Easl   Burnaby, daily except   Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive al  14:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    except    Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday;
Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
3trawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at   10:00.
South  Westminster. Tuesday and  Friday;  Leave, 14:00; Arrive al  10:00.
Ladner.  daily except  Sunday;   Leave,
14:20;   Arrive at  10:00.
Fort   Gulchon,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave,  1 1:20;   Ariive  at   10:00.
Westham   Island,   daily   excepl    Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sunday;   Leave.
1 1:20;   Arrive  at   L0:00.
Annacis  Island,  Monday,  Wednesday
and   Friday;   Leave,  14:20;   Arrive
at 10:00. ,
Annlevllle,     daily    except    Sunday;
Leave, 14:20;  Arrive tit 10:00.
Woodwards,   Tuesday,   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave, 14:20;   Arrive at
8:30 and 16:30.
B.   &.   V.   "Vancouver,1
Sunday;   Leave,   14:
11:00.
Cloverdale,    dally    except    Sunday;
Leave. 1-1: r,n;  Arrive at 11:00.
Tort    Kells.    daily    except     Sunday;
Leave,  14:50;   Arrive at 11:60.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
and   Saturday;   Leave,   14.50;   Arrive at 11:00.
Tynehead,     Tuesday     and     Friday;
Leave, 14:5(1;   Arrive at 11:00.
Burnaby  Lake, daily except. Sunday;
Leave, 16:00: Arrive at 15:15.
B. .t S. "States," daily except Sunday;
Leave, 15:45; Arrive at 15:15.
daily   except
0;    Arrive   ift
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j Toilet Soaps
AT ALL
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PRICES  *
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I Ryall's Drug Store \
1 EYES TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS. ���
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CHEAP HOME
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FAVOR RECIPROCAL TARIFF.
Australia Negotiating With Canada to
Arrange Treaty.
.Melbourne, Sept. 2.���With a view-
to aiding the constantly increasing
export trade in frozen meats and butter the federal government is now
disposed to enter Into a reciprocal
tariff arrangement with Canada. Australia fears thai New Zealand may
capture the Canadian market uud negotiations are now proceeding between Australia and Canada through
their trade commissioners,
The minister Of customs says some
definite action  is  probable next  year.
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
I
Will   Represent   Ne'son.
Nelson. Sept. 2.���In order to represent Nelson at the hearing before the
board of railway commissioners at
Vancouver on Monday next in the
case of the Vancouver board of trade
which is asking for lower freight rates
from the Terminal City east. P. A.
Starkey and E, K. Hoston, president
and secretary respectively of the
board of trade, left the city on the
westbound train last night.
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eturne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR
HUNGARIAN JEWE1 $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL      $6.75  per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone S3S.
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VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6, Guichon Building.
Phone 681
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
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Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults, 60c;  children under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. tn. 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 11:30  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.
City  Limits  Line���20-mlnute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���20-mlnute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER        :
B. C.
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ATURDay,  SEpTE
Rs
If you buy your Ammunition from us, you
will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
The   case   of   Sasakf,   charged   with.     There    will   he    a    moving    picture
wounding  a    fellow    countryman    at   matinee for children    in    tlie    opera.
Aldergrove  last  June,  was adjourned! house    this    afternoon.      Besides    a
for eight days when it came up befoie
Magistrate       Pitiendrigh       yesterday,'
morning.
Pot   plants   and   fresh   rut
at Tidy's store.    Phone 1S4.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
(lowers
The Sunday scliool at St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal church, after the
summer holidays will reopen again on
Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
Thirty-five acres, section 30, block
5 N. R. I. west, ten chains on Hjorth
road and thirty-five chains back. $575
an acre, one quarter cash. Reid. Curtis & Dorgan. ti(j8 Columbia street.
Telephone 466. *���
The steamer Ophir arrived in    port
'comedy roll of pictures the 3000 foot
film of Sir Krnest Shackleton's trip
to the Antarctic will be shown.
Port Mann lots fit', by 130 feet; .50
cash, balance $10 per month without
interest, while they last. Vancouver
Financial Corporation, Ltd., room 4,
Merchants Hank building. J. A.
Motherwell,  manager. ���*
The marriage of Miss Margaret
Gillis, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John M. Gillis, of Tynehead. and
Robert H. Hlackstock. of Maple Ridge,
took place at Sapperton on Thursday
morning, Rev. A. Dean officiating.
Miss Annie 0. Gillis acted as bridesmaid and C. A. Cook supported the
groom.    Mr. and Mrs. Hlackstock are
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me.
My SXAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
The Central livery stables. S.
Thompson, proprietor, has added
auto to his equipment.    Phone KIT
H.
au
The Fruhling left the government
dock yesterday and took on a load of
coal at the Mayers A: Preston wharf.
She will not be ready 'to go out again
for a few days.
Opera house every night, 7:"0 and
!> o'clock, moving pictures. Admission
ten cents. Best show in the province. ������
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 tiiis fall.
We can explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
yesterday  and  discharged  a  cargo  of i both  natives of the    province,    being
cement at Gilley Bros.' wharf. I members of pioneer families.
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.    Return fare 50 cents. **
The subjects for the sermons at the
St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal chinch
tomorrow, hy Rev. A. deB. Owen, are,
morning, "Crown Solomon," and evening, "Excuses."
The districts exhibitions (September) number of tlie Westminster
Courier will be on stile today in the
market and at all the book stores,
price five cents. This number is
printed in two colors and contains
illustrations of White Rock and other
places of interest. Advance notices
and advertisements of many of the
was a visitor I local fall fairs also appear in this Issue of the Westminster Courier which
ls a most admirable one. A provincial exhibition number is in preparation and will contain many features
of merit and special value. **
carnations,    sweet    peas    and
phone    Davies    greenhouse.
mer-
For
dahlias,
R 208.
J.  L.  McPatrick, a  prominent
chant of Hamilton, Ont
in the city yesterday.
Bargains in all  lines at  Fales
reliable furniture dealer.
, thel
�����     I
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C.
7-1;
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
Rev. J. S. Henderson will preach
tomorrow morning in St. Andrew's
church on "The Divine Master." and
In the evening on "Christ the Solvent
of Difficulties."
We make fir and cedar doors and
windows; Walsh Sash and Door Factory.   Phone 413. ���*
You can get    porch
balasters  turned  while
the Walsh  Sash    and
Phone 413.
columns and
you wait at
Door factorv.
FACE INSURANCE
You insure your life, house,
business holdings, etc., etc. Why
not your face.
The policy of the "Gillette"
is to insure you against further
shaving troubles, dull unhoned
razors, cuts, time lost, money spent
A Gillette Safely Razor
establishes a long term insurance
policy for your fact.
Jisk or write for our free booklat
explaining a hundred and on*
thinrfg you ought to knout about
shaving and the care of your face.
Gillette Pafi-ty R^j-or Set ron-Uts
of triple silver ptatnl holder that will
lost ;. lifetime, with u double-edged
1 -    ��� ���   k.cen ct_<-s) in  velvet liued
leather tfn.se.    Price _j.ool
Combination beta-Bni-h, Soap, etc.
$6.50 to t;o.oo
Sold By
KIRK'S HARDWARE
The provincial government is calling for tenders for tlie alterations to
the court house here. The tenders
musl be in by September 26 and the
work will be started immediately after that date.
Look into the show window of
Fales' furniture store today. **
Port Mann lots G6 by 130 feet; $50
cash, balance $10 per month without
interest, while they last. Vancouver
Financial Corporation, Ltd., room 4,
Merchants Bank building. J. A.
Motherwell,  manager. **
The sale of seats for 'The Burgomaster" opens at Tidy's -to.-" nn Columbia street this mining.
Davies greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs aad all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R ����S. **
The Public
Supply Stores
THE NEW SECTION 0. |
THE STORE WILL BE
OPENED IN A
FE W DA YS
"ti delari
lw��.
We have heen expecting to occupy the new section for several days past,    l
ever, prevented us from occupying It as soon as we desired. Meanwhile the new gooi
being marked off in our stock rooms next week, and the entire showing will he ready for �� ���
������ inspeciion.
The Dress Goods Have Been Ptaced On Displ
ay
Owing to the many enquiries made for dress materials, so we announce our  readlne
with all  that Is new in  the dress goods section,    Heie you  will find new weave     eh  ted 1
in tlie markets of France. Germany and  Kngland. t*s*a\m_i*^^ ������ ..���
serve  v,,,
��� personally
Ask to see these new Poplinettes, Satin Duchesse, Biaritz Cloths,
Henriettas, Eolines. Two-tone Shot Silk and Wocl Fabrics, Fancy
Crepons, Satin Stripe Voilles and Fancy Blacks in dozens of new
designs. ."   i    *   -   ���- ~    '      ���     ���   '\-y.   ..  . .^.    . (   .
The New Serges are sure
to be Immensely Popular
Fashion reports say that serges and all materials with the diagonal weave are very much in demand. This season's showing in our
dress goods section contains a splendid assortment of Serges. French
Serges in navy, black, cream and colors; English Serges in na\y,
black and cream, including the famous admiralty Serge and West of
Kngland Set pes. All weights and finishes are here. Prices, per
yard    43c to $3.75
Plain Broadcloths
Black and cokned Broadcloths in a complete range of shades. The
sight colors are particul.it ly attractive, nice similes 'f sky. pearl,
grey, mauve, cream, cardinal, scarlet, etc., suitable for evi ning <loak~,
etc..
Oriental Allover
Lace
50c to $'.75 Per Yard,
Cream E< r 1 ,,ud white ai;.
over Laces in neat stripe
and conventional design.
Exceptional vniue marki 1 .
new showinc Prices are
25 to Tf, pei ci nt. less than
usual. You will do well to
- onsidei the 1 Ivisablllty 0!
������ 1 trlng a length suitatie
for waist.
New  Barrethes  ani\
Fancy Combs
All   the   latesl
: 1   essarj   l     ttl a live I ill
S; eclal atl ntl -..
might be given to the tie��
Bai rettes and Ribbon Bar-
rettt -i and  Seti   Gn   Side
I s and   Bs   etti     Tn
ban  and   1 etc.  A
bj li ndid   :.-.:.. ���-  :
h >ose.
to   ei    ���' ���    new Tip
ban   Pad   kn iwn    a-   th!
" '
colors;  Bm   hai     Ea    ~-:
Are atti 1 tii     a - ��� ������'   ���
IVH-aVft'
j Barrels of
Good Things
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools. Septic Tanks. Etc.,  Etc.
City Engineer   lllackman   returned
'yesterday from Lake Coquitlam.    He
l went  up to see how the contractors
ifor the pipe line were getting on with I
ithe work    of laying    the    pipe.    The
I actual selling of the flrst pipes took)
j place some days ago    and    now    ine'
'work is progressing rnpUtiT. Thc long
I haul  of  the   heavy  steel   pipes  from
Westminster Junction to Co(|ultlam Is
a slow and expensive job, but tbe pipe
'is well distributed now all  along the
I line and as soon as the trench is dug
! the pipes are ready to bo placed    In
( position.
Port Mann lots Of, by 130 feet; .50
cash, balance $10 per month without
interest, while they last. Vancouver
Financial Corporation, Ltd.. room 4,
Merchants Bank bulldin.-i. J, a.
Motherwell,   manager. ������
Mr. and Mrs. Schell. 01 Woodstock
Out., aie the guests of Mr. and Mis.
T.  !'.  Pearson,  Royal  avenue.
Madame   Harriet   Labadie   will   give
a reading of Ibsen's "The Doll House,"
iin the o,.eia house <n September 23,
under  tbe  auspices  of  tlie  Women's
Educational club.
Window frames made wl He you
wait at the Walsh Sash and Door Fa- -
tory.    Phone 4 Li. **
I
are what you see when you
visit our grocery store.
Choice brands of everything
is what we supply you and at
prices often charged for Intel ior articles,
You'd Laugh
to know how much of good
cheer could he charged up to
us. That's because what we
sell ls guaranteed, both fresh
and pure and helps drive
away the hines. Dyspepsia
don't linger long In any
household that we supply
with groceries. Good-bye,
come again.
W. S. COLLISTER
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
Four
in tbe
Deane Block
doors east of the Lank of
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City Market
oa
Columbia St., No. <4f.
New Westminster, B. C.
MARRIED.
BURNETT��� RAMSAY ��� AT    HOLY
Trinity  cathedral  on  August  31,  by|l
Rev. A.  Bilva  White.    Lisa    Kirby.
daughter of Mr. and  Mrs. H. .1. A. I
Burnett  of  New  Westminster,    to
Lenry  Ramsay, of Vancouver. j
Geo.
Adams
Plione 92
Some  New York Toughs Gratified the
Duke's    Desire.
New   York,   Sept.   2.���After   waiting
I for almost a month to see some of
the American "had men" about wliich
he had heard so much before he came
j to    the   l'nited    States,   the    Due    de
I Montpensier, brother to the Bourbon
: heir to the throne of France,- had his
curiosity  gratified  tlie  other  evening.
] For tt long time the duke has cherished a seething desire 10 see some of
them in action. He had a notion before  he debarked   from   his   native
I country that grizzled men with six-
shooters In each hand stalked the
Btreets   of   New   "link    hunting    man
; game.
During his month's stay  in  the city
be  had seen   nothing  more bumptious
jthan a truculent chauffeur and a wild
automobile.   The other evening while
I walking down Seventh avenue In the
company of a detective, who undertook to show hlm "the Sights," he lan
j Into a crowd of lighting toughs in
"Hell's  Kitchen," and   In  a   few   min.
, utes got all the exhilaration for which
Ibis esthetic soul pined. When the
row was over one tough lay dead on
the sidewalk iu front of him and three
others, all seriously wounded, were
beside  hlm.     In   the    midst     of    the
1 melee the duke, who is here heart
hunting, came near being   shot by   a
-spent bullet.
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Kxcpllent view. Streets on three sides
of  this   property.    $350  each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear
Price  $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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Winnipeg    Strike    Settled.
j    Winnipeg,     Sept.   2.���The    lockout.
1 which resulted from the International
j executive of the Bricklayers and Masons' union ordering the men to <iult
on   the   Ly all-Mitchell   contracts,   was
'settled last night, and the threatened
dislocation of the building trades was
averted.
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
Every Student
KiiS The
Hearty
Co-Operation
Of The
Instructors
Of This
Institution
If
Our reflation wit"
tbebusin��|
eomtnunitl
has been,
ami II.HM]
we do ''���'
BtlDOBl
1 e li : ���
tial advan *
menl ***���
welfare <"'
each ��'"'
every oM '
ourstiiJ^I
The Wis'iinster Mcdern Business W
610 Columbia Sireet. k I WA _3
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
CANADIAN   PACIFIC R*
1 v   \u. l,Sl ',',-
Commencing Sunaw. ��� , .���,,!��.
train for KooteBW.^     Uit*'
icago will leave at  t. ��� ^
25c - Merchants Lunch-25c �����*.��. ��* *>��ii4
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
���������,.,  can **������.��*&?&*%
Passengers
Port Moody at IS--"
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agent.
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