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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
ILUME
NUMBER 188.
rd   Make  $5   Per  Month.
1      ITE, SHILES & C|.
W   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.C., THURSDAY   MORNING,  SEPTEMBER  1.  1910,
PRICE  FIVE SENTS.
)RT MANN TOWNSITE IftOOStVELT DELIVERS
IS IS) BE EXTENDED'   A POWERFUL SPEECH
Public Ownership of Railways Hinted at- Suggested Criticism of Taft.
L Industrial Concerns Allied With C. N. R. Require
IMuch Land.
Interests, allied with
Osawatomle, Kas.
-In i lear
Industrial Interests, aiuea wnn     unawaiomte, Kas., Aug. 31
Canadian Northern, have decided , and emphatic fashion Theodore Roose-
t  Port  Mann,  the  railway pelt   announced   his    political    creed
across   the   river.     TkeHe , heie   today,     it   was  a  creed  of pro-
lequlre a larger area gt��*sLe    Republicanism,    n    aliened
he allotted to them|hlo definitely with   ihe   progressive
sent boundaries of Port  movement,    it placed him on record
M   ;dittB their plants must he la aa an advocate or some of the policies
oiimity to the railway yards, (which are favored by Insurgents and as
practically    decided    to ] an opponent of every "special  Inter-
lioci'te ���'
.n JubI
jcerns wii
flaiid ili''"> *���-���_
Ln tin presr '
Ise pr
���has been
the townsite, in fact lest
bUy '',lhirt:" ,
Lsi doubling Hs size.
Tl,e present site covers an area of
Lathing like -SIHI acres. This will
Stably be increased to 4000 acres,
addition being on the south and
ti sides, n portion of the Hjorth
Lj beln. included.
Tl)e property required will be pur*
winch be believes exercises a
sinister influence on the affairs of
the people. t
It. was probably the most Importanl
speech of Ids western tour. He drew
an absolutely undivided Hue between
the rights of men and the rights of
property, bailing the new era in which
the latter would he subservient to the
5ed or expropriated before the ��ub-  former
|jl���g of the townsite    Is    further|    He declared that the America!, :<
,ceeilcil wiib
' "      ' " upe
kVhile tbe name of the concerns in-
lasted have not been given out. they
i known to he among tbe wealthiest
���porationa on the American content. English capital is heavily infested In these firms, the represen-
|lves ol which have recently
king ovii the ground with a
[deciding on the location of
faustries.
ernment   should   be   free    from     the
sinister influences of control of
cial  Interests.
Roosevelt hinted at the possible future public ownership of railways and
advocated the suppression of the corporations which controlled the neces-
heen alUes of life,    lie maintained that all
view efforts at prohibiting all combinations
their   had   failed  and   pointed  out   that  the
j only  way  lay, not  in  the attempt    to
prevent such combination, but in the
complete  control   in  the  interesl     of
|the   public.    There  was  more  than a
suggestion of a criticism of tbe Taft
administration when be declared that
there was a widespread belief among'
the people that under-metbods In connection   with    tariff    legislation   had
hitherto   prevailed,    because    special
lng Beach drpenters Forego P3rade  interests were too powerful.
and Wi
SIXTY ACRES Of LAND
SOLD FOR $48,000
W. J. Walker Disposes of
Property in Port Maim for
Big Figure.
A deal which has been pending for
some tima was closed yesterday,
when W, .1. Walker transferred to an
outside capitalist sixty acres of land
within the townsite of Port Mann,
the consideration being .SOU per acre',
.48,000 for the property.
The sale was negotiated by White,
Shiles & Co. This piece of property
is one of the few isiolated ones not
seemed by Messrs. .Mackenzie and
Mnnn several months ago, tbey refusing to pay the figure demanded by
Mr. Walker. As far as is known,
there are still two pieces of land privately owned within the townsite. one
heing a tive acr ��� property and the
other comprising ten acres*.
Mr. Walker bought the land sold
yesterday many years ago, when
im us across tue river could almost
be had for the asking.
FOREST FIRES IN
ilNGTON OVER
CHEECIiAKOS WALLOP
THE NATIVE SONS
VISITOR DROPS IEAD
AT HARRISON JpRINGS
Hfeavy    Rainfall    in State Home   Made   Aggregation P.  V. Johnson,   of Seattle,
Yesterday Effectively Extinguished Blazes.
Seattle, Aug. 31.���All the forest
fires hi Washington have been extinguished or aie under control.
This  'announcement   was   made   at
Failed to Come Up to Standard of Rank   Outsiders
Suddenly    Expires, Likely From Heart Failure.
P. V. Johnson, of Seattle, dropped
PROPOSE EXTENSION OF
1. C. R. TO TORONTO
m MEN WILL BUILD
ill ON LABOR DAY
Government Railroad May Be Built to
Good   City���Cabinet   Will   Discuss  Matter.
The Native Sons lacrosse team last
night failed to make good Its mighty   dead    yesterday    at    Harrison    Hot
boast that  it  could  play  uny  twelve' springs.    Mr. Johnson was a brother
.players     brought      together      from'   . ���  t~k���.., ���       ��� .,
the headquarters of the Washington amongst those who come from Bruce ��f P" John!>on' 01>e oI the sub-contrac-
Fdrest Fires association tonight, after county, other paits of rural Ontario ,torB on tlle c- N- u- S'ading across,
leports  had  been  received  telling ef. and tiie rest of the world. the river, and bad been working with
heavy   rainfalls throughout  the  west- j    They    almost    did    it,     but     the   him  and  living  at  tlie  Russell  hotel
ern slope of the Cascades, where   the j Cheeciiakos  managed to peel  off one  here for some weeks.
most  vicious  lltts  have  been  raging mora admittance coupon to the inside i    On Tuesday, Mrs. Johnson not belli;; m- the last ten days. 0f   the   lacrosse   nets  than   did   their  ing well, Mr. Johnson started with her
opponents. for  Harrison   Hot   Springs,   intending
Voluminous was the uncouth en- to leave her there for a week or two
couiagement of the Native Son root- and come back to work. On Wednes-
ers who exhorted tlieir heroes witu day afternoon be dropped dead wlth-
barbarous ad rice In more or less   in- out warning.
different Chinook; but alas for the The brother was telephoned for
Bartlett. a farmer. Is dead as a result ] mouutain-brod sons of the old timers; from here, and he went to the Spring*
of a hog bite. He was attacked by a they caused the ball to be faced off last night but in the meantime Mrs
bog weighing 400 pounds, a lew days j��� the centre but seven times while Johnson had bad the body taken here
ago, receiving a slight wound on Ills ; tlie foreign usurpers from the vast and the brother must have passed the
leg,    which    latter  developed    blood and dark regions on tbe east side of  dead body on the way     The remains
HOG   BITE   KILLS   MAN.
Porker's Attack on Farmer Is Follow-'
ed  by  Blood  Poisoning.
Hartford, Conn., Aug. 31.���John    II.
poisoning.    Bartlett died todav
ADDITIONAL TRACK WILL
IMPROVE TRAM SERVICE
be
the Rockies caused the same to    bo  are at piesent lying at W.  E. Fales'
done eight times.
To make a plain statement of an
historic event of vast significance, the
score was eight to seven.
Owing to circumstances over wliich
Bill Turnbull, Don   Digby    and    Roy
Give  Services  Free at
Church  Building  Bee.
APPELLATE      COURT      SITTINGS.
0D|i Beach, Cal., Aug. 31.���Instead
Raking advantage of Labor Day as
���oliilii... the Long Beach Carpenters'
BonNi'. Tin has ottered the services
[Its members to    the    East    Long
ich t'ln isiian church, which e.v
lo sta:; anl finish the building
Iidusi   ol   worship  between  sun-
! and sundown of that day.
Be vote of the union to assist with-
[pay was unanimous.
pVEL  SCHEME   TO   WATER
CROPS   IN   NEW   JERSEY
Attorney   General    Says   There    Will
Not  Be  Restricted to Victoria.
Victoria,  An;.   31.���That   theie  has
been  any   serious  propos il  to   establish  special quarters for  the  British
Columbia Appellate court in Victoria,
and  resttiit  the  sitting of this  high
tribunal to the capital city, Is denied
by  Attorney General   Bowser.     Since
a very large proportion ofi the appeal
ibosflferfs oT i.rr coufltiy Sfiginites fn'
Vancouver, it would, it is pointed out,
i be manifestly unfair to both tbe pro-
jfesslcn  and   to  litigants   to consider
I such   a   proposal   should   it   be   advanced.
The desirability  of providing sep"-
rate accommodation for the appeP: t*
Ottawa, Aug. 31.���When the regular
sittings of the cabinet are lesumed,
one of the subjects which will bave to
be taken up is the extension of the
Intercolonial railway to Toronto. Tne
agitation has reached such proportions and such Influential bodies are
moving In tne matter that it is stated
in government circles that it will have
to be dealt with. Whether it will go
beyond the stage of "careful con
sldcratlon" is another matter.
To buil.l the line to Toronto it will
involve, according to reliable and
semi-official estimates, an expenditure of twenty million do.lars. There
would be no great construction dirfi-
C.  P.  R.  Building  Stretch of  Road at
Entrance to    the City���Eburne
Schedule to Improve.
In a few days the passengers on the
B. C. L. R. line to Eburne will not
have to put up with any delay at
Twelfth street. The C. P. R. is now-
grading for a track from Ninth street
to Twelfth street and when this line
is finished the line at present jointly
in use by the B. C. E, It. and tbe C.
P. R. will be handed over to the B.
C. E. R. for sole use.
This wil give the B. C. E. R. a
double track from the ear barns to
Twelfth street and de Eburne cars
can be run Independently of the Vancouver cars. At present there is a
wait  at  Twelfth  street,  both  coming
CHILDREN'S HOAX MAKES
FIREMEN COURT DEATH
tultiws in tbe way.   The board of man. in and  going  out,  but  the  proposed
ageir.ent   views  favorably   the   exten-   Improvement will eliminate this.
morgue   and   they   will   probably
taken to Seattle for burial.
The late Mr. Johnson leaves a wife
and several children.    It Is supposed,
that his death was caused by    heart
failure.    He had never complained o��
.Pearson had no control, tbey were not  feeling unwell and was a strong man.
in the game, and the teams went to 	
the  grass  with eleven  men on each
side.   Tlie contest was witnessed   by
some tliousauds of people who never
paid less for more in tneir lives, for
the game was good from    the    time
Alderman Gray trotted on the field In
an atioclous white sweater, followed
by Tom Rennle in a still more violent
blue one, until J.  R. Payne,    at    the
command of Harry Major, past master
of the Ingersoll, pushed    the    button
that rang the heii   that   ended   tne
game that amused the crowd that di.l
not pay one measly cent to see it all.
But the game:   C. Smith dirtied the
score board iu less    than    a minute.
Tbat does not mean to say tbat Cburg
spread the entiails    of  one    of    the
Foreigners  o\er  the   board     in  question,  but  merely   that  he   Bcoreu    a
goal on one ot the neatest shots ever
imagined by Con Jones after h
smoked seven Beaver cigars and had
i drink of Premier beer.
Smith did the daring deed
Fibbing  Youngsters Tell  of  Playmate
Falling Through  Manhole���Rescue Party Overcome by Gas.
���few York, Aug. 31.���George T. Hul-
pr.cf Livingston, N. J., has success- court ,when.  V1*5  contemplate^  ice
flly aitlled the science of aviation to
[tlculiuic to offset the effect of the
���Dual dn   spell.      Hulslzer has two
pes of hmd under cultivation, plant-
I ��itli late vegetables.
I Tlie planta  suffered   ln   the   recent
����glit.    Hulslzer  rigged   up   a   bi-
lane   "glider,"    the    dimensions    of
Inich about equal an old style Wright
pcliine.   To this he attached a 100-
Kon boiler and equipped  it with a
pnnkl.i     At  tbe end of a rope at-
m~A tn -., windlass it rose from the
F*~ "1 tl!(. wind In the air and when
���W reached tha right position over
F'arm the sprinkler was opened by
fHmc a cable.   The water descended
1�� tffresiiing shower on the plants,
pa the field
ft In nr
pindhiss.
WPLE
sitm idea, though they hesitate to be
quoted about lt, on the gtound that
tiieir function is to manage and operate the Une, while it Is for tbe govern.
. ent alone to determine matters of
olicies such as this.
gtruction of tbe Parliament bui tlhigs.
is taken in hand, was, It is stated,
mooted by one of the judges especially Interested, but as this would Involve the provision also of a new and
Independent law library���law libraries being provided, not by the province, but by the Law society through
the fees of members of the profes-
sloa contributed to that society���
such a proposition could not be looked upon with favor.
MAT REOPEN RAILWAY
BELT TO SETTLERS AGAIN
CUSTOMS RETURNS SHOW
HEALTHY STATE OF TRADE
Ottawa    Official    Here  "on    Business
Supposed to Be Connected with
New Settlement Regulations.
The grading on the Une is now almost linisl'.ed aud by Saturday the ties
will be laid. As soon as It is completed it will be put in use. The
change was made imperative on account of the pi oposed fast service
o\"6r the old Vancouver line.
DISTRICT FOREST FIRES
THOUGHT TO BE OVER NOW
Heavy  Rain  Yesterday   Morning   Believed to Have Extinguished Bush
Fires���Damage Light.
was sprinkled by draw-
mwlndtng the rope on the
LEAF     LONG      EMBLEM.
The following are tbe customs returns for the month of August. They
show a tremendous Increase over the
totals for last month and Indicate an
exceedingly healthy state of trade in
the Royal City:
phaplain
Says
London,
fn. sento
ppedltli >
August,    1909:
Port,    $11,285.68;
outports.  $8466.08;
total,  $19.741.7��.
August,    1910:
Port,    I18.611.99j
outports,  $81177.15;
total.   $27,589.14.
Increase;      Port
$7326.31;     uot-
pons. $5111.07: tota
. $7847.38.
WICKERSHAM  AND NAGEL
ARE  VISITING  CORDOVA
of    Red    River    Expedition
it  Dates  Beyond   1860.
Aug.   ill.���Stewart   Pater*
chaplain of the 1ted River
of 1S7ii. writes to the press
P the maple leaf was the   iecog-
[""' '"'   lent of Canada long before
'���   date  claimed   for   its   llrst
IT*"11! '     On the initiative of   the      Cordova, Alaska. Aug. 31���Attorney
r    |l!    Itlchardson,  of   Toronto,   he,'General WIckersham and Secretary of
**"������'     ��� of the Patriotic  asBocia- 1 Commerce and Labor Charles Nagel
lon"f Peterborough, in 1868 designed I arrive 1 here today.   Tbey were taken
"���"Won which there was a wreath over the Copper River railroad.   I hey
""l euvra   He also wrote verses inspected the mines and visited    the
Wl min i- fi,.
In;
' ' ,|!|      l!"  maple  leaf  and  rank-1 famous CtiH.lv   il,i,i<
ii,, ,!' wltl)   the  rose,  shamrock
���U1M e.
The  ret uined
and Ito Cordova tonight and will be guests
of honor at an informal reception.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Receives an Ad�� reae at Mission City.
According to S. Maher, an official
of the department of the Ulterior at
Ottawa, at present doing some official
business at the Dominion lands
agency here, the crop ln tne northwest is not as bad as Juts been reported. In mi '.summer tne outlook
was bad, but recently the conditions
have been favorable and although ali
tbe districts will not have a full crop
there will be a fair average all over
the provinces.
One of the reasons for tlie reports
that have been spread abroad is that
the main line of the C. P. R. over
wnich all travellers from the east has
to come passes through the southern j
country und tbat ls where the crop is
tlie poorest, ln Northern Saskatchewan and Alberta there Is a Hue crop]
and the yield there will pull up the
average all over the northwest.
Mr. Maher did not wish to say anything about his work here, but it is
thought to have something to do with
the question of again opening the rail-
way belt for settlement. There were
some new regulations prepared which
were to have come into force some
months ago, but at the request of
a number of squatters near Shuswup
lake, whose interests would have been
affected by the change the regulations
were suspended until they had stated
their claims aud as soon as they are
considered, probably In the course of
a month or two, some regulations regarding tlie settlement of Dominion
lands in the railway belt will go into
force.
It Is thought that the   heavy    rain
yesterday morning practically finished
the dry season,    and    probably    has I
ren.'ered the timber safe for another! duplicated, tlelng thejseore.
New York. Aug. 31.���Ten Brooklyn,
firemen and policemen nre under tne.
care of surgeons after having nearly
lost their lives as the result of being
hoaxed by children. ,
Tbe firemen were, told by the chil-
has  dren yesterday that one of their number, a little  girl, had  fallen through
a manhole into a great sewer.    Tbe
before  men organized    a rescue    expedition.
any of the spectators had time to get and went into the big pipe ia search
|a line on the players, but utter    lie of tly- supposed missing child.   TMf->
was through taking off bis hat to the  were overcome by the  deadly  sewer*
cheering crowds    tbeie    was a long gases and were brought to the suffj^a*
scoreless    period    in    which    things unconscious. t,   ��
could be sized up.                                  |    Tbe children we*e badly frightSne^
It was supposed to be a match be-  when  they  saw  how  seriously  theic-
.tween tbe defence and  home of the "joke" was resulting for the victims-
seniors, but for a time the Native Son '                ,	
defence surpriseJ themselves by good  I8LAND   OF   HAINAN
work, and the regular home could not A   WHITE   ELEPHANT
make   an   impression.    With   Sandy 	
Gray as the kingpin of the defence The Courier d' Haiphong d^vo'.es at*
and Hughiu GMord and Warwick articles to what French Indo-China
playing In front of him, the two spends on the island of Hainan. There
Springs and Latham circled around in is a doctor stationed at Hoihow, cost-
vain, ing the French colony some 25,000
At the other end of the field, Kenny, francs a year:, which in eight years
Smith and Swanson, the Intermediate has not yet produced any one capa-
home, backed up by Len Turnbull, ble of acting locally as an Interpreter;
Feeney and Wintemute, had the New- a postofflce, costing 12.000 francs a
coiners guessing uli the time. But year, and a subsidy of $12,000 a year
after more than half the quarter had for a steam launch service around the.
passed in' this wise and Punk Winte- island.-
mute h��d scored another goal, tha tide The last is the only Pern of local in-
turned. George Rennle scoied aud terest. On this the writer says: This
twenty seconds later Grumpy Spring subsidy of $12,000 a year was granted.
North  Yakima  Grows Fast.
Washington, Aug. 31.���The population of North Yakima, Wash., Is 14,-
182, as compared with 3154 ln 1900.
��� ���.���������������������������������������������������
Appreciation.
As nn expresslation of his
recognition of the good work
done by tbe firemen in saving
his house from destruction by
fire on Monday afternoon. Dr.
Drew has forwarded a cheque
for $100 to the city flre department.
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quite ten  years ago,  to  a Chinaman
��� , ���, In the second quaitef tlie Newcou- naturalized as a  French   citizen, for
year. Yesterday no reports of flies ers found tbeil. gait ^ put four BOaiB ,mportant services that he rendered
were received and they are now all pagt coutts at intervals of about three (as cook I believe) to a former
practically out. I minutes.    Len    Turnbull    saved    the French minister In Slam.
Tbe crown timber suffered very'Native Sons from f anuhlliation by Since this subsidy was granted it
little this year, considering the scoring one just about one second be- has changed hands several times, but
drouth, wbicli has been unequalled in fore time. none of the holders has succeeded in
the province. Tlie flre at Port Moody in the third quarter things were showing that it serveB a useful pur-
was the only one In this district of exactly reversed and the Native Sons pose. The object of the article is to
any consequence and it did compara- scored four while the Newcomers had induce the government to retrench on
tively   little  damage.     Between   Yale to be content with one, thus tlelng the this expenditure In Hainan.
and Agassiz the damage to crown tPn- score once more, seven all.    In    this 	
her from forest fires will not amount quarter there was some mighty good Found Dead in Barn.
to more than one or two hundred doi- lacrosse.    There was    an    occasional      Metchets Mills  Qur\, Aug. 31���Selg-
lars, and all through the railway belt  bad pass   but ther.' was some of the frold  Boucher. 66  years  of age,  was
the   flies   liave   beea   few  and   u.iim-   ��������������� ��� yesterday found dead in his barn.   An
portant. I (Continued ou Page Five.) Inquest will be held.
>."
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Sir Wilfrid Laurier at Queens Park, Wedneadiy, August 24, 1910. PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, s
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Classified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE
WANTED.
A JAPANESE WOMAN WANTS A
position as a washing maid or
family day work. Apply 27 McNeely
street, city.
WANTED  IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
first class lady clothes ironers and
two shirt polishers; two d.dials per
day and fare. Klectric Lace it Silk
laundry, Vancouver.
WANTED���LADY CASHIER, STENO-
grapher with experienced preferred.
Apply at once, \Y. S. Collister &
I'd.
u
JAPANESE SCHOOL l!OV WANTS
situation in house. Apply P. O. Box
ms. city.
WANTED���TEN C1KLS AT ONCE;
aj,ply Royal City steam laundry.
WANTED���POSITION AS FOREMAN
for railway work; address 366
Keary street, Sapperton,
WANTED���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR
a few hours daily, by English lady.
Apply .Mrs. Wixey, 320 Columbia
stieet.
WANTED���TWO Olt THREE FDRN-
ished rooms for li. ni housekeeping.
Apply Box 3 l i his office.
CARPENTER WANTS WORK BY
���i i\ or contract. Apply Box 19, Daily
News.
ROOM AND BOARD WANTED BY
young man, above Fourth avenue,
close i" Sixth street. Terms must
be moderate. Reply to 20, News
office.
WANTED���DINING      ROOM      GIRL.
Ap] ly King's hotel.
APPRENTICES    WANTED,    APPLY
Mo ml  Inery i aiiors,   opposite
pus!  ollice.
WANTED BY WORKING MAX.
room and board near Eighth avenue
and Twelfth street. Reply K., News
offii e.
KENNEDY    BROS.,    LTD.
(Successors to Ha.'e Bros. & Kennedy.
Limited.)
Over  Merchants   Caivk.  Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New West:nins;er, B. C.        Phone 335
A GINGER SNAP���City lot, 43x145. on
Third avenue and tram line, one lot ;
and street from Queens park.   Price
$2000;  $600 cash, balance 6, 12 and '
is months at 7 per cent.
CENTRAL  PARK     PICK-UP���On     In-
man avenue,   close   to nam    lino,
1 :i      acre       lot,       cleared       and
three-quarter  acre  lot,  cleared  and
.'in trees planted.   Ten roomed two
story house, stone    foundation,    hoi
water heating furnace, electric light ���
and    modern    conveniences.    Price]
$7iMi(i;    $2000   cash,   balance   over
three years    al   7    per cent.    One i
thousand gallon an    hour   artesian
well   lately  -struck   near   this     pro-
1 erly.
FINE FRASER FRONTAGE���Forty
acres (1050 ft.) near Now Westminster. Two seven and eight roomed
houses on pro] erly and whan ,
building 20x40; 20 to 25 acres cultl
vated. Pi Ice $20,750; terms. $ 1750
cash. $3 i November 1, 1910, balance over iiuee years al 7 t er cenl
l lalf of i his property i ep irately foi
$10 ."'i ii. '1 ei m:s $2625 cash, ba'anci
in   three  equal   payments   al   7   per
TWIN CITIES SPECIAL���Two ten
acre lots in mldsl of Twin Cities
subdP Islon ef :;:; fool lots, Wlll i><
sold separately or together for short
time al $675 an oc; e; a! out ! alf
p: it e of adj icenl sub Ih ision property.    Easy terms, on  application.
KENNEDY    BROS.,    LTD.
Over  Merchants  Bank,  Cor.  Columbia
and   Begbie  Sts.
New  Westminster.  B. C.      Phone 335
��� CHINESE AWAKENING |-
I TO POTENTMUTIES & SCHOOL R
Returned    Resident   Speiks   of   Great
Change���Adopting   Modern
Conveniences.
Fi f.i<.��!-. .vjee i&;a*SSS3T^��MgftA.��)i��
s?jnae��ws**��
WANTED���LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
in ii foi ���' tr; no children; in city
or near vicinity; or small furnished
house.    Address Box A., Daily News.
STANFIELD'S
All Wool Underwear, Elastic Grip,
all weights $2.50 to $4.00 per suit
PENMAN'S
Natural Wool, all weights $2.50
per suit
WOLSEY
Underwear, All Wool in natural
and pink, $6.00 to $8.00 per suit
WANTED���FIVE OR SIX ROOMED
cottage, unfurnished; close to car
line.    Apply E. K.. News office,
VAXTKIl.. A    NIGHT  WATCHMAN;
fourth class engineering papers re-.
quired.   Apply the Westminster .Mill I
Co., Kulu Island.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head   Office        -        451   Columbia  St.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
Branch Office      -      -      Kamloops, B.C.
rX^im.
\Y A N T E 1) ��� 11 O f S E K E E PING
rooms for married    couple.    Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A  CARPENTER. WALSH
Sash & Door factory.
WANTED���COUPLE,    NO    FAMILY,
desire house to. rent; 6 or 7 rooms,
unfurnished; West End preferred.
Entry by September 1. Reply to
Box 1 . News olTice.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
LOT 57, of subdivision B, of section
20, block 6 north, range 2 west, I
containing one and one-sixth acres.
Price .2000; one-third cash, balance six. twelve and eighteen
months;  at    7    per  cent,    interest.
(205-A.) |
FIFTY   ACRES   in  township  9,  front-
ins on Clover Valley road, and close
to two railroads. Price $10u per acre.'
Terms over five years. (206-A.) i
 i
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township'
8, prairie land, i'i ice $125 per acre; I
one-third cash, balance one and I
two years. (204-A.) I
1
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
I
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���TWENTY-TWO FOOT
launch in first class condition; a
snap for $150 cash. Apply 818 Ken-
ne ly street,. New Westminster.
FURNITURE FOR SALE AND
bouse to rent. 217 Keary street,
Sapperton,
FOR SALE���FOUR SPIT PUPPIES,
Lytton hotel dining room.
FOR SAKE���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
on Westminster road; about 180
feet to another road; for $700; quarter cash. Herbert Gay, Windsor
bnlel,   after   G   o'clock.
THIRTY ACRES in section 36, block
6 north, range 1 west, twenty acres
cleared, with new house and barn;
good water. Price ? .70 per 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. (211-A.)
ROOMS TO RENT.
FOR RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
room, 424 Third avenue.
FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT WITH
board, in private family, on Fifth
avenue, near Yancouver car line.
Apply Box C. C. C, Daily News.
FIFTY acres in section 32, block 5
north, range 2 west, N. W. D.; absolutely the best subdividing proposition in Port, Mann distilct today. Why 1 The terms are one-
fifth cash, and the balance over
TEN YEARS, with Interest at 0 per
cent. (221-A.)
FURNISHED RED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 713 Trew street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia street  and Clarkson.
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block 5 north, range 2 west, N.W.D.,
on new Yale road. $800 per acre;
$2500 cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen months at 7 per cent. Interest. (222-A.)
SURREY
160 ACRES on the Scott road within
six miles of New Westminster.
Price $85 per acre; one-third cash,
balance six, twelve and eighteen
months.    Investigate this.    (208-A.)
AD THIS
Do you want a lot in the centre
of the city.   The old Clute Home,
corner 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 you good
terms.
P. Peebles,
620 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 307
BOOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply al 2.1.1 8th St.
TO     RENT  ���  FURNISHED     BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue, Apply
after 8 p. m. or between fi a. m. and
6 p. m. at Room 11, 623 Columbia
street.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE���
First class board. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cooking. Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Akiios street.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
TO  RENT.
FOR RENT���A five-room house with
out buildings; double lot; good location; near Yancouver tram In
West End. Possession Sept. 1. Apply to Home, Daily News office.
LOST.
lAjSf��� A." FCK KE riHJ riT\~"jT7TK\.
inir sum of money and checks.
Finder return to the Royal City
Dye Works and receive reward.
80 ACRES in section 25, township 2,
$150 per acre; $4200 cash, balance
over two years. (141-A.)
10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
section 19, township 2. $200 per
acre; one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months nt 7 per cent, interest. (201-A.)
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
8, on Newton road. $150 per acre
Terms over two years. (91-A.)
LANGLEY
FIVE acre tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil In Langley districts, cleared and in a high state
of cultivation; tram line running
through the property; good roads
on all sides. Price $175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, bai
anee over three years.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best 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.
FOUND.
FOUND AT THE WALSH SASH AND
Door Factory the latest thing in the
line of front doors.   Phone 413. **
LOST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
with gold chain, between tram office and Third street. Suitable reward for returning same to Daily-
News office.
Tenders for Cast  Iron Specials.
The corporation requires tenders
for steel castings for tlie new pipe
line. Plans, specifications and further
details can be obtained from .f. \V. H.
Blackman, city engineer. Tenders
will be received up to September (5,
1910, by tbe undersigned.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
August 23, 1910.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tendesr for Cast Iron Specials.
The corporation is desirous of receiving tenders for cast iron specials
for tlie new wader main. Plans, specifications and further particulars can
be obtained from J. W. B, Blackman,
city engineer. Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 5
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 wlll
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hall, June 13. 1910.
Do  You Want to
Sell Your Acreage
or City Property?
If so, we have clients open
to purchase property of all
descriptions. Send your list
addressed to "Inland," P. 0.
Box 431, New Westminster.
Quick results guaranteed
sir Robert Bredon, acting Inspector
general of Chinese customs, now 11
England on a holiday, speaks of the
many psychological, social and Industrial ch.nmes taking place within the
Celestial empire. "China." he Bays,
l "Is Indeed changing, but as to the future, who knows. I. for one, lune no
prophesies to offer, bul this much is
obvious to any reoenl student of Chinese affairs, thai the world al large
cannol continue to treal as a negllgl-
[ble quantity either politically or Industrially, n homogeneous race of
400,000,000 human beings, a large percentage of whom are now fully alive
to the potentialities of their race and
i count ry,
"Since i wenl oul In 1807 practically a  new Pekin has arisen.    Equally
, em irkable  have  been  some   of   the
I changes In tlie outlook, and habiti   i :
the people since the Boxer rising and
the Russo-Japanese war     \ consider-
] able portion of the capital is now   In
I ��� icess of  i ebuildlng after  the style
of   up-to date   I luroj ean   models,   an I
i the old,  unpai ed   mel hitlc   thoj oui ':
ifares are giving way to spacious mac-
'��� Hdamlzed i oad i, lighted by electricity
I in  place of the old-fashioned mil almost  useless oil lamps.    An adequate
iand  pure water su: plj   on   Europ ian
lines  has  replaced   the  old   surfuce
| wells.
" Vgaln, I' c sedan chair Is being . u
' perso led among the wei lthy Cl ''t e
i by the use of broughan     dra . n   by
splendid  horses of  Austra'tan  '' ��������� I,
i and several thousand i i 'ki ha ��������� s have
i irgely  taken  tbe place of mu e
donkey  traffic.    This,  of  co
| necessitated the ri organ! :aUon of the
police force.
"The nai Ive pi ess, loo   Is moi e ac
��� tive,  and   a   large   public   la   reai hed
through the medium of several plnces
which may be described as n son of
public reading room where the native
Journals  are on   View.     In  many  other i
ways the Chinese are showing them
selves  whal   may  i>e termed  permeable to western Ideas.   -There is a new
i demand for schools with a  mon   ���
I tensive and liberal curriculum.   Much
Illiteracy,  of  course,  prevails  among
the lower classes, but among the upper   and   educated   classes���wh0S��   Intelligence is, to my  mind, unequalled
there is a recognition of the value
:and the power of western knowledge,
Confucianism  and  the  classics  are
istiii  read  and   expounded   with   unbounded love .for the Chinese have a
great respect for their great national
| literature,  but   it   is  fell   that,  a   more
scientific and commercial education is
i needed.    The  educational   movement
iis only    a    matter    of    time.    There
!is.   for   instance,   the'case   of  a   lady,
the wife of a Mongol prince, who lias
! at   least   fifty  Chinese  girls  In  a   piiv-
i ate school she maintains.
"Equally  significant   is  tlie   movement agalnsl  the use of opium  which
lis   now   being  conducted   in   most   of
ithe provinces.    Many classes of Chi
Iuese now recognize the evil of opium
i smoking,   and   would   like   to   sei-   the
I practice   diminished   and    finally   ex-
| linguistic 1.    There is not much opium
j exported to the foreign countries.     It
is    mostly    an   inler-provlncial    trade
and from reports which I reclved be-
ifore I am of opinion that all the provinces  are   making  an   effort   to   deal
witli the opium problems.
"It  Is quite remarkable  to see the
way ln wbicli the Chinese bave adapted   themselves   to   the   more    rapid
modes of transit, and have come to see
their Importance for commercial purposes.    Most of the  railways   are  ln
Chinese  bands,  and   tbey   are   doing
very  well.    Everywhere markets   are
(being opened up for agricultural prod-
uce.    As an instance, on tbe northern
railways I am told that the collection
I of freight on the one Item of cabbage
j alone was .20,000.   Not long ago this
vegetable   rotted   in   large   quantities
I simply because there were no means
| of finding a market for It. In the same
I way the growth of the fruit business
Iin   Northern  China  has   made   great
Iprogress.    Trade at Hankow has been
j enormously  Increased since the town
I became a railway center.    In certain
| districts the Chinese show a tendency
to make railways for themselves,    A
great  deal  of Iron   used  in   the   construction of the railways is produced
in China."
AND
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V'   ' NEED
VT
r
'KiiYS
665���Colu.nbia StreeMJ
jP      New Westminster, B. C.
Mineral Waters
Aerated WateJ
fact ired b
by
NEW   V. TER^ B(,
Telephone   R p. ,.
THIS   LITTLE   MAN   IS
HUMAN    MEGAPHONE
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE DAILY        NEWS
San Francisco, Aug. .1.���Harry
White, arrested for vagrancy by Patrolman .lames Cullinane, has a voice
that would have excited tlie envy of
Stentor himself. When Police Judge
Conlan called the name of White,
reading from his calendar, the voice
responded "Here" with such' volume
that the magistrate wheeled about ln
his chair to gaze Into the dock. Even
the prisoners were startled and craned their necks backward to look at a
diminutive, sunken-cheeked Individual, who stood with bis hands on the
back of the rear bench.
"Was It you that said 'Here?'" asked Judge Conlan, perplexed.
The response caused Judge Conlan
to remark: "That settles It. You're a
human megaphone."
"He was in a shed," said Patrol-
man Cullinane, "and he was talking to
himself. 1 thought he was speaking
through a megaphone. He was sitting
in this old tool shed and talking about
fate, but the rafters fairly shook."
"M yvolce has always got me into
trouble," began White in such a tone,
that Stenographer Drew placed bis
hands to his oars.
"Never mind," said Judge Conlan,
"leave out the rest, of It. I will decide your case tomorrow."
THE
BankofToroiitol
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS,
Many Pe      who haw
never bi .       been in
position tn d 1 so, maj|
now be ready to oper *
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers i'i all such people!
the facilities of thei
laage and 11 ong bank]
ing organization.
Interest is paid on Saving
Balances half-yearly.  ::
Business   Accounts   opene^
on favorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 18551
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.|
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
Irsi'1'
White Star-Doming
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
8.S. LAURE*,-r"~���
Triple screw,  If,**; ton*
8.8. MEGAN iv���.
Twin screw, 14.100 tons.
largest and most modern.
commodation equal to any cr��]
lng the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A. GUNN|
OABINETMAKING.     .
Furniture Made to Vny neslgn.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of ah Kj"lls-
39 Alexander St.
Green Cut Bone to
Your Chickens W
Central Meat MarkeJ
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and 1Finn
PHONE 3,0.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTIM
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The  Arrow Pi"cS*l
Mrs. E. M. Dominy,
Pro.
rn(i VlrtC'l
near The Dally News Co, ��UB
Street.
Try a "WANT" ad I"
It will bring results.
Tlie
Ne��'9
\ 1^^*
,^^Trm'        .
U of Montreal
W*     -i;i:d 1817.
THE DAIL\   NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
1
At the annual meeting of the a
j-gTAD^-'-��� [cultural societies nf British Columbia
, $14,400,000.00illp|(| in victoria in January last, dates
ITAL ��� "'., 11,000,000.00 for Ule tajrB throughout the Province
ro\ii. ��� -'were arranged us follows:
First    Circuit.
Alberni      Sept. 11 and lo
Nanaimo      Sept. 10 and 17
Comox      Sept. liJ and 23
.'nclies
tin
Vyo';.
���   and M
���' ���   rusi''
ffspoiide1
fru ^ 5*?
ii
���h0ut    Canada    and
*    iM   London,   Lng-
i htcago and Spokane,
, ,  city.    A   general
transacted.    Let-
,,.   available   with
all    parts of    the
t ment���Deposits
,,; $1  and upward,
,., i!, .,.' at 3 per cent, pei
interest ai"   -
inm lPre^n ,,;,,,-  $18(1,000,000.00
total As:"'' ,	
Lw WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
gY brymner, Manager-
Cowichan       Sept. 23 and 'Jl
The IslunJs  Sept. 21
Victoria       Sept. 27 to Oct. 1
N. and S. Saanicb Oct. 7 and 8
NOVEL SCHEME TO
E EAST
Well Known Hotelman Dies.
Olympia, Wash.. Aug. 31.���John
Oldfield. for thirty years a resident cf
Juneau, Alaska, and one of the best
known l.oi lUeepeis on the Pacific
coast, died yesterday in this city.
Asserted Gulf Stream Can
be Made to Warm Much
of the Coast.
all Servace
WED., SEP. 7
WED., SEP. 7
Harry Tidy, Manager.
Westminster
. .pson. Il*      "are 'Pion. 1��
Columbia  8treet-
I���.   delivered   promptly   %*
*�������,%.  of th. Clt,.
it and Heavy Haufiag
' 0F:FICE-TRAM  DBPOT.
Xew York. Aug. 31.��� \  geographical   expert   who   lies   made    a   special
study    of   the   ocean    currents    and
g   a  gn I streams believes lie has found a way
��������� ��� - -;to utilize the tremendous energies of
the   Rockefeller  foundation   to   good
.. .Sept.
!1 and
. .Sept.
27 and
. 1 and
Second   Circuit
Coqult
Maple   Hldge.
Mission        	
Agassiz       Sept
Chilliwack      Sept. 20
Third    Circuit.
Nicola       Sept. 13 and 14
Armstiong       Sept. 22 and 23
Vernon        Sept. 16 to 17
Kamloops       Sept. 2S to 30
Kelowna      Sept. 20 and 21
Salmon  Arm    Sept. 23 and 24
Summerland      Oct. 17 aud 18
H. & V. "States" daily except Sunday
Leave, 23:00;  Arrive at 21:00.
Vancouver,     daily     except     Sunday,
Leave. S:00, 11:00, 16.00, 23:<KJ; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00, 18:00.
Victoria, daily except Sunday. Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
B. &   V.  "States,"  daily  except  Sunday; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 9:15.
C. &   V.   East,   daily;    Leave,   8:30,
15:4f.;   Ariive  at  0:25,   22:30.
advantage  and  in   such  a   way   that j Sapperton,     daily    except     Sunday;
the   major   portion   of   the  advantage I    Leave.  8:30, 15:45;   Arrive at  9:25
need not accrue to the benefit of the
Standard Oil company of Xew Jersey
and elsewhere.
PIXLEY & LUDERS' MUSICAL MASTERPIECE
-TKE-
mrgomaster
His
ardiner & Gardiner
,].'   <;   Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
��� Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Residence  Phone  133
��:"���
661
|o. Box 39
&
Heating  and  Plumbing
Jobbing   Promptly   Attended
Colonial   Block
Phone 730
To
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey       Sept. 27
Angley      Sept. 28
Sburne     Sept. 29 and 30
Ladner     	
A
scheme is to cut a great elian^
nel from the Hay of Fundy to the Gu.f
of St. Lawrence. He says that lf tbe
Rockefeller foundation is put to that
uie it will put Xow Eng land in the
sub-tropical class and set palm trees
waving tlieir fronded tops where the
oak and the pine and the sugar maple
|now breast the boreal blast. He says
that  then  the banana  will  thrive oa
a     , .,, _ .Boston   common,   that   the   pineapple
Sept. 23 aud 24 may become the staple product of the
i Xiitu i":  slate,  and  that  the  palmetto
will grow In  Battery park.
Not   So   Wild.
CANADIAN PACIEIC
RAILWAY CO.
I    and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:45; Arrive at 0:25.
Coquitlam,     dally     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive at 13:00.
Central   Park,  dally   except   Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;   Arrive at-13:00.
Edmonds,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave,  11:00;   Arrive at 14:00.
Fast   Uurnaby,  daily  except   Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;   Arrive at  14:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday;
Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday,
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive  at  10:00.
Why! The Idea.    Is It Possiple ?
GUS C. WEINBERG-Himself
The original Peter Stuyvesant, and the same Big Company of Favorites, including that Bewitching
Chorus of
KANGAROO GIRLS
Seats On Sale At Tidy's Florist Store.
[RANK H. DODMAN
Coach and Automobile   Painter.
juttcriim  and   Top   Repairing.
pill  Sixth   Avenue.
Train  Service New
Westminster
Departures.
6:45���To Seattle, Port Moody, Burnett and VancouTer.
8:00���To Vancouver.
H:15���To .Montieai, Xicola, VancouTer and local points.
16:05���To St. Paul. Kootenay points
and  Sumas.
Hi: 45���To Vancouter and local
points. Agassiz and local points.
19:36���To Montreal and Okanagan
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
Montreal,
And the BCheme is not. so wild as It [south Westminster, Tuesday and Fi
sounds.      B^^^
The course of ocean currents is d
\m WATCHMAKER
���a for Lafllei lrom $1275
ties, gents' open face
h'-s, gents' open case,
Waliham and Elgin
Irlng a specialty.
F. CRAKE
hoDonrs from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
| GASOLINE ENGINES
: \_  to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Gold Wat. j
Slrer Wan
fiver Wai
BO up.
menl   (or
���itch reps
7:4::���From     ^^^^^^
Port   Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul,
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From     Agassiz,     Vancouver
and local points.
16:15���From  Vancouver.
IS: 45���From     Vancouver,      Seait'e
and local points.
20:40���From Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal    and    Xicola
points.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C.  B.  FOSTER,  A. G.  P. A., Van
couver.
termined by the conformation ot the
land whose shores they wash. To
the peculiar shape of the north Atlantic seaboard is attributed the fact that
Kngland. with the latitude of Labrador, is really a warmer place than
Xew Kngland with the latitude of
Spain. Change the contour of your
seaboard and you change the ooean
currents.
The  gulf stream  is  caused by  the
revolution of the earth.    Tbe earth revolves towards the east and the water
[naturally piles up at the equator anl
I along  all   eastern  seaboards.   Consequently    there    are    streams    flowing
i from    the    equator    northward    and
southward   along   those  eastern    seaboards, because of course the idled up
water must run somewhere.   The gu f
stream  caught   by   the  sloping  north
coast of South America as by a funnel dives into tbe Gulf of Mexico, and
'naving  nowhere   else   to    go    rushes
Vancouver,   swiftly   out   into   the   Atlantic    again
tbrough   the   gap   between   Cuba   and
Okanagan, Florida, and thus up along th ��� Atlan-
I , *
| tic  coast
Local Agents
Westmiwster Iron Wwte
Phone   53.
Tenth  St.,   New  Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Uprlver  Landings
The New Sternwheeler
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
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B. Walsh      ****. E. Walsh, Jr.
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Tactory, 226 14th St.
New  Westminster,  B.C.
Phone 413.
We   make   a   s#eoiulty   of  flr
doors, steamed  and kiln dried.
Leaves Brackman-Ker Mllllne Coin-
IP. B wharf, New Westminster, with
Naigets mid freight as follews:
Ua\es New  Westminster  Tuesday
���Thursday and Saturday at. 8 a. m.
I Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri
toy and gi
10YAL
iy at 7 a. in.
issenger Accommodation
CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
t^ew   Westminster.
HOSPITAL
Xow, as is well known the highest
tides in the world are in the Hay of
Fundy. The coast of Xew England
and the coast of Nova Scotia form a
funnel that concentrates the tide and
drives It with a rush into a place from
which there is no escape. So in the
cul-de-sac of Funday the tide sometimes uses upwards of seventy feet.
I The deal water caught in this fun-
1 nel with the stopped up spout serves
to push the gulf stieam still farther
from tlie course it takes from Cape
Hatjeras.
But If the funnel were opened���that
i to say if the   Rockefeller  founda
tion for Instance could be persuaded
to cut tbe Hay of Fundy thi ough Into
tlie Gulf of St. Lawrence and maybe
If   the  straits  of   Fundy���then   there
[would be a rush of waters that, like
.some otber persons and things could,
j not "come back."  At least most of the
1 water   couldn't    come    back.       They
would be swept out on the ebb from
the great tiver and back to the oceau
another way.
Thus each day the gulf stream
would be sucked toward the Atlantic,
coast and the cold waters of the Arc
tic current would have to dive to the
bottom of the ocean sooner than they
now do. An.i thus might bananas be j
persuaded to grow on Hoston common
and palm trees on Battery paik.
TOO   WORRIED   BY   MEN.
GIRL   DONS   BOY'S   CLOTHES
day:   Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.1
Ladner, daily except  Sunday,   Leave,
14:'JO;  Arrive at 10:00.
Port   Guichon,  daily   except   Sunday;
Leave, 14:20;   Ariive at 10:00.
Westham   Island,   daily   except   Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sunday; Leave,
14:20;   Arrive at 10:00.
Annacis   Island,   Monday,   Wednesday
and   Friday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive
at 10:00.
Annieville,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,   Tuesday,   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive  at
8:30 and 16:30.
B.   &   V.   "Vancouver,"   daily   except
Sunday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at
11:00.
Cloverdale,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:50; Ariive at 11:00.
Port    Kells.   daily    except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:50.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday.   Friday
and   Saturday;    Leave,   14:50;    Arrive at 11:00.
I Tynehead,     Tuesday     and    Friday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:00.
daily  except  Sunday:
��� r.,^.   Arrive at 15:15.
H. & S. "States." daily except Sunday-
Leave, 15:45; Arrive at 15:15.
GRAND  TRUNK  SYSTEM
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
Prince Rupert" and "Prince George
,3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18'/2   Knots
a
"PRINCE
"PRINCE
*r
Leaves Vancouver  (Johnston's  Wharf)   MONDAYS  and   FRIDAYS
at 11:30 P.M. for PRINCE  RUPERT   and   STEWART.
Monday steamer  connects at  Prince  Rupert  with  S.S.
ALBERT"  for  Skidegate, Jedway, Collinson Bay, etc.
Friday   steamer  connects  at Prince   Rupert   with   S. S.
ALBERT" for  Kiacolitb, Xaas  Hay, Masset. etc. ^^^^^^^
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) WEDNESDAYS AND SAT-
URDAYS   at   2   P.M.  for   VICTORIA and  SEATTLE.
Solid wide vestibule trains of coaches ancl sleeping cars between
Chicago. Detroit, London. Hamilton. .Niagara Falls, New York Toronto, Montreal, Portland. Hoston. etc.
Longest double track route under one management on tbe American Continent.
Burnaby   Lake
��eave. lfi: 00
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.
The
Edmonds Development Co.,
Limited
Authorized Capital   -   -   -   $25,000
I��� 250 Share, of $100 E.ch, Fully Paid Up and Non.A��...ab.e
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone "55.
Duqald C. Patterson, Esq.
Arthur Wedge, Esq.
Westminster
GARAGE
All  Kinds  of  Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon
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New
nnd   Sixth   St.
'estminster B. C, Phone 354.
JOHN DOBSON, Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any
of  Job   Printing
Kind
Phone  388
New Westminster lo New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancoover
Str. TRANSFER
'��� Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. M. dally except Satuiday,
Leave
00 Saturday
and
for Steveston and way points
Elec-
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
./���<*��, at b. C. W, IX. ticket offlce and oft board ���"����%aBC00.
lrlc ��r. leave Steveston every hour ten the half-hot..) for
*er.
8" ^e Fameu. Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc ... v
Uo����>l ttlp tickets to atevestea. Saturday after.eeas. **���
New     \ork,     Aug.     31.���Certain y
there wus no suggestion   iu  the   ap-
pearanee  of  little  Flora   Landon   ln
the Florence   Crittenden   mission   to
day, as she tearfully  toi 1 of her ex
periences of the last  two months In
masquerading as a man in New York
that would lead anyone to believe she
coul.1 be successful  In the deception
for a minute.    Yet she had held several positions posing as a man.    She
was  a   waiter,  an   amateur  detective
and grocer's delivery boy, nnd no ono
! had  directly accused  her of the   imposture.
She was taken to the nlghl court by
Detective Robert Geary, to whom she
had appealed for aid. When aske I
by Magistrate House Why shu preferred hoy's attire to that of her own
sex, this Is the story she told: I
"No girl who has a pretty face or a|
bit of a figure can work Indepilidei.tly
for a living In New York aud   escape
being annoyed to desperation by the'
men, unless she happens to be without  feelings  or  ls   used   to  it    from |
childhood.    American  men, especially
[those who have no home and have to;
' dine at restaurants, are terrible. They
worry a girl nearly to death.     They
are not like that In Kngland.    I think
it  is the lack  of  home  life  In   New
York that Is to blame for this.
"It  is because  1  was insulted  and
worried so by men until 1 could stand
lt no longer that I bave had all this
trouble.  All  1   wanted  was to  be let
alone so that I could earn my living In
peace, but l found tbe Independence
of the working woman In America, of
I which I had heard so much at home, I
was a  fnlry tale.    So I decided that I
the only way I could get the protec-'
tlon I wanted wns to diess as a man.
Now all I want is to get back to Kngland.    1   wlll   never   leave   Kngland
again.
"i have a Roid home lo   Ltndoa '
Mis. Handon said, "and a. soon as I
am clear of this trouble   1 shall   1
turn    immediately    *n
the;e."
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Charles  fl. Gordon,  Esq.,  President
Benjan-in G. Walker, Esq., J. P.     Edgar H. Sands. Esq., Vice-Pres.
Percy B. Brown, E.q. Arthur Bradley, Esq. ^^^^^^
BANKERS: MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Tbe above company was formed In February of this year, and duly registered under the Company's
Act of 1897, with the main object of acquiring properties ln New Westminster's beautiful suburb of Kd
monds. upon    the    Hnrnaby   Heights, and developing and building upon same.
Tbe settler or the investor hns only to glance at the general development of Edmonds within the
last twelve months and to note In particular the work accomplished by the Kdmonds Development Company In the district, to see at a glance where lies the choicest Add ln the neighborhood of New Westminster for safe investment and splendidly  situated  and healthy residence.
Whilst the Kdmonds Development Company Is in the best se-se of the word a co-operative foundation, and considers the claims of its Investors as pi lor to all others, where the development of property
by means of the company's funds ls sought: it takes also into the fullest considera'ion the claims or
the settler who wishes to acquire property in the-iiei. bborhood, or having land, wishes to build a home
thereon.
Those operations tn realty and construction which the Kdmon'F Development Company has alretdy
undertaken in Burnaby during the current year, have shown a ne; return to investors, upon the capital
subscribed to date, bf over 25 per cent., and during the seven months of the Company's active e>;ist-
ence they have acquired nt cheap cost sotre very valuable permanent assets ln the district,.among which
may be mentioned that spleudldlv situated triangular business lot at the junction of the Vancouver and
Kdmonds roads, and bungalow sites upon the latter htrhway.
With the object of Immediately extending the field of the Company's operations, the Dliectors of
tin Kdmonds Development Company. Ltd., now propose to tlacc upon the mai ket a further block of $10-
000 worth of stock, aad thev look with confidence to residents of the districts of New Westminster
and of Hnrnaby and Edmonds ln particular, to respond ln subscribing for shares in the Company.
The stock of the Edmonds Development Company has never been advertised or "boomed." The
occasion for such has never arisen. The corporation has hitherto gone smoothly along, making inter-
est quietly and steadily, and its directora have touched none bnt safe and profitable Investments, whilst
many of Its shareholders have considerably- Increased their holdinrs.
Applications for stock may be made upon the following form, which should be cut out and forwarded to the undersigned:
each.
Enclosed find $ for deposit on   share.... of the stock of the Edmonds Development Company, Ltd.   Balance to be paid ln  nine monthly Instalments of $.
Occupation  	
Date
Address
Signature
WALTER S. ROSE, Secretary-Treasurer
_    , _, ....   . New Weetmineter, B.C..
Merchants Bank Building
to   my
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PAGE POUR.
THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, SE
PTEMBEf,
The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER   1,  1910.
THE
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Ho me   Co mp le te
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.       716-713 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER
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B3BBI 1
DOMINIONS AND TREATY-
MAKING POWER.
No diplomatic correspondence of
more importance has been published
for some years; snys The Times, than
thai which has just appeared with respect to the treatV-makiiig power af- 1,esion- Of I en there is astipulation in
fectlng Uie self-governing Dominions, conventions that they shall apply only
to those colonies on whose behalf   a
most nol'ce 'liis heen given by the mother
Which do so    may   by giving   twelve
months'   notice   terminate their   ad-
l Ire 1 iy, and although, like
official publications of this nature, it
<eloes noi bring tlie history of tlie question with which it deals quite up to
date, ii contains enough to give food
for very Berious reflection to those
who greatly prize ihe unity of the
Empire, We hail with pleasure every
form of constitutional recognition of
lhe uie.:! Commonwealths beyond the
seas. They are free to grow in tlieir
own way, and if is the pi ide of the
mother country to watch their rapid
development   along tlie  lines of self-
government    in wliich    she lias   pre-;
ceded rem.   Every year brings fresh iag0 enunciate
proof of the  wisdom of    the    policyic  '
which has long governed the relations
separate action.    But, In spite of that
country. We recall these facts as indicative of the frank recognition oi
the part of the Imperial government
for many years past of the right of
the self-governing dominions to give
full effect to the fiscal systems wliich
they see fit to establish and to employ
the services of their own statesmen
and officials in negotiations on matters with which i hey themselves are
primarily concerned. At present no
colonial statesman of eminence gives
utterance to the constitutional heresies which Mr. E. Blake some years
as to the right of the
ind 'pendently:
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave \foncouver for N'ew Westminster at o:00, 0:.r)0, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., aud every half hour thereafter
umil  li:30  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 0:20, 0:50. 7:20 and
C:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:00 o.m.
Are attracting a great amounl of attention, In spite of the fact thai  we are unable I
as we are still without show windows.    Bui only a matter of a few days and the e
completed, the new window:. In place, and we shall then have lots of room, plen
second to none in the city.   See the new materials; you cannot mistake the
a show window.    We mention a few of the leaders.
'   ! display
I tion win
1 a Btock
'��� without
of the various parts of tlie Empire.
Any deviation from that policy has
long   i ecome   impracticable,   and   we
there is a certain tendency to separate action,  wliich  arises-simply from
Diagonals
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver tor N'ew West- i
minster at S:00 and 9:00 a.m., and,
every half , hour thereafter until j
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster tor Van
couver at 3:01 a.m., nnd'every half
hour thereafter  until  11  p.m.
One of the most popular materia
coloring s.    From   	
Is for this Beason   very rich In appearance,  and  li
60c to $1.25
Poplin Suiting
should be the last, -to   counsel   it, if Ule fact tha< J��int.   .ctlon'    although
such deviation or retrogression were
possible. But the treaty-making
power���that is, the regulation of the
foreign affairs of the Empire���is a
matter which stands by itself, lt is
essential, for many reasons, including
the interests of the Dominions themselves, that it should be lodged in the
hands of the sovereign: the value in
practice of tliis constitutional principle is recognized by all colonial
statesmen who have had actual experience    of    diplomatic    negotiation
geneially more satisfactory in its results, is always a little more cumbrous
and exacting for tliose who are actually engaged in negotiation. This
difficulty  has   been   very   greatly  re
duced of late. The Britis
for instance, during recent negotiations between Canada and the United
States, has placed itself unreservedly
at the disposal of the Canadian representatives, and has made a practice
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   N'ew   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays  cars  leave  Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
embassy,  On Sundays ears leave Vancouver at
i    8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,   Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Extra weight, specially adaptable for stylish tailored suits; measure*
comes  in a  pretty collection of exclusive shades.    At, per yard  	
almost  fifty lm
Great  Northern   Railway.
Leaves     N'ew     Westminster
8:17
-
J
Satin Anazon $1.25 yard
We lune the exclusive sale for this cloth,   it is in the broadcloth class, but  wltho
lows for it to be made up either way. a  thing  Impossible  with a faced cloth.   18 he ���
shadings.     Inspect   them.
Some Exclusive Novelties
of sending all despatches in duplicate a- ������������ arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
simultaneously to Ottawa  and  West-1    Leaves    Kew    Westminster
10:30
minster.    When so much has already
a.m.:   arrives  Seattle  3:15  p.m.
with foreign powers, and in itself   it"UUBLC''    " "c" BU muuu "ao ��������*-**-> |    Leaves     N'ew     Westminster     4:30
been done we have the"right to expect  p. m.:   arrives Seattle 0:40 p. m
presents no difficulty. The Canadian,
the Australian, tho South African, or
the N'ew Zealand government    is    as
that colonial ministers, on tlieir side, I    Leaves    N'ew    Westminster
will show a careful and even jealous
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7::!5 a.m.
Leaves  Seattle  8:05 a.m.;   arm.
much   His   Majesty's   government   as|reBard tor ,he ��ecessi,i^ of:a period New w Btminster 2:50 p.m
of transition, and will not allow them-      Leave.   Seattle 12:25 p.m.;
selves, in  pursuit of temporary coti- New Westminster 6:25 p.m.
venience or advantage, to weaken ori    Leaves  Seattle  4'*5 P-m-"
impair a course of procedure essential
lXew Westminster 9:27 p.m.
the British government;  they can all
negotiate with equal right, if not with
e;|ual  authority,   in  the   King's  name.
The practical question of authority is |impair a course ot P'oce(lure essential)    Leaves Seattle Il:45 p> m-
however, nl paramount Importance  lt l0 llie pnd which theyLaPd we have New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
is manifest       u   tly* individual au- e(iually at heart'   There is no sla;es-
thority is nol their joint au- jlnansllip without patience.
thority, and thai the preservation un-v|8|T8   HUNGARIAN   COLONISTS
impaired of their joint authority must! 	
depend  in  the long    run    upon    the  Baron   Yossika   May  Institute  Coloni
maintenance, in all questions of   im-:       zation Scheme From Austria.
Winnipeg, Aug. 31.���Baron Yossika
arrives
arrives
arrives
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves N'ew Westminster daily, except Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at Port
Guichon (!:30 p. m.
Leaves   Port   Guichon   8:00   a.m.
portance, of a single channel of com-       ,,   , , ��� , ���   , ���      , v.
oi Budapesth, a prominent member ot daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
munication between themselves and ,|ie Hungarian nobility, arrived in Westminster bridge passenger station
foreign governments. Such a channel Winnipeg yesterday from the east on 10:20 a.m.
already exists in  the British  govern- il uiI> of inspection of tbe Hungarian'  ��� __
colonies of  western  Canada,  and  be- G.   N
ment. which for tlie present not onlv   .
,        ,        ., ..    ,        , , '   tore he returns expects to visit a large!
has the wider outlook and longer ex- n  , ,
R.���Sumas   Branch.
i" tweed and striped effects, arrived        ���   lay, jus;  In one suit
colorings are displayed In this collection    Prom  per yard 	
length of each, and
    $1.00 to $2.00
Imported Broad
In a rainbow collection of colors.    We have bought extensively in the light shadings, i for   tei
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 values in medium weight goods suitable for children's dresses, knock a!
skins.    In greys, navys, browns,    greens,    black    and    red.    A splendid   range   to choose from.   Per
yard    30c and 35c
her of settlers from Hungary who  bridge passenger station, Xew West-
pei lence, but also takes the main risk are settled in many pai ts of tbe west.' mlnster,    10:20    a.m.   daily   execept
in    all    diplomatic    embarrassments. I    it is understood that on his return  Sunday.'
What    is  reijuired    is    the    gradual to Hungary, Baron Yossifia will make I    Leaves   Xew   Westminster   bridge
,,, ,���      e ,, ���      , ,    . detailed reports as to the progress of nasseneer  station   S-BO  n m ���   a.rriv��s
broadening of this channel, to repre- Hungarlan8J in  Canud.l(  and   If  these15 '
sent more fully than ar present, and  prove favorable
as fullv
Ramage street:  Clarkson street from
.McKenzie to Sixth streets;  Columbia
stieet from Tenth to .Mclnnes streets;
Leaves   Sumas   0:00   a.m;   arrives'Tenth street from Columbia street to
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday,
an extensive coloni-1 '
as possible, the views of all  zation scheme will be entered into by  	
His Majesty's governments;    but it is  which thousands of families from that | CITY
very essential thai all development in
the transition period should he direct- g0 west tonight, his first call being mi
���ed to the broadening of tlie existing tlie Hungarian colony west of York-
channel, and not to the creation    of  l0"-
others.   It would oe a mistake to seek I'* ... ��� J 7, ..    ,
, i     Well   Known   Horseman   Dead.
OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
country will  be assisted to settle on | ___
lands in the west.   Baron Yossika wdll i
Local   Improvement   Notice.
Pursuant to section 20 of the "Local     Improvement     General     Bylaw,
1900," notice is hereby given that the
,       , , ......   ...,���..,,   ,,w,Jt,,,.,,,   ���c..m. assessment   roll   for    local    improve-
to la> -.own any hard-and-fast rule or j    Bulte>   >ug   n_c   ]{   Jones   we���  n|pn(s  on  ,he  foIlowing 8treet*  viz
prematurely to attempt to settle a known in California as a horseman, Hamilton street, between Eighth and
matter wliicu good sense has so far ' was found dead bore this afternoon. | Sixth streets, Seventh avenue, be-
dealt with satisfactorily "Fata viam ��� 1||(! caUBe of death was paralysis. | tween Eighth and Fourth streets,
invenient."    It  would he  no  less  un- I ,, ,'in,coss  street    hetween  Eighth  and
.,,...._            . ,       ���                                           LAND ACT | Sixth   street,    Princess    street    from
fortunate if it were taken for granted i _  .Fourth street eastwards; Sixth avenue
that   a well  recognized  constitutional   New Westminster Land District.    D!��
principle  must   he  treated  as   in   any | trict  of  New  Westminster.
way obsolete, or should  be Still fur-      Take notice    that John    Ferdinand I
ther rapidly relaxed. I Baggs, Of Nelson    Island,    occupation
farmer, intends  to apply  for  permis-
following    de-
and
6tl i���.-���lie. There has grown up a
Wholesome practice of recognizing the
separate and independent interests of
from Tenth to Sixth streets; Fifth
avenue from Tenth to Sixth street;
Belmont street, St. Andrews stieet
from Tenth to Eighth street; Fourth
avenue from Tenth to Sixth street;
Kennedy sireet, Blackford street,
Third avenue from Tenth to Sixth
sl reels;  streel  between Ash and Sev-
The correspondence testifies to    a
somewhat remarkable development In f��^_ $_$?* ,,,e
u lew years of diplomatic usage   and      Commencing    at    a    post    planted  (���ii:,    ,,,,.,       u���.���   ; ,     W|l!���.
mile northeast   from the 19treet_  Rob80n  avenu8| Qll00I1.s ave.
;"")U      "'.nni'   from   Tenth    to    Sixth    streets;
,0Uq7o4?    Gloucester sireet,  Royal avenue from
dominions and colonies in  regard to ^en^e "north �� ^^Thence east B^eT^rnVSTto tot^stfeTtv
commercial  conventions '      ���'������'������-    ���' '���      .���������������        '      ' '   l|,|n'"  ������<>���'  "'  ���   i"'--.
iii any commercial    treat;
Great  Britain and a foreign power, to ,.���.,. ,���.  ,,. . ,
provide that i, sha.l hind only   those JOHN'FERDINAND  BAGGS.
colonies which adhere to It, and those Haled August 2D   1910.
about    one
bead Of Billings hay, and
chains easterly from the
corner of timber lot   number
I,  is usual.   40 chains,  thence    south    40 chains, Moody  Btreet   nolhrook  street;   Cun-
iy    between  ^ince  wesl   ' �� chains(to  point    of ��� nl    ,,.������ Btr   ( frnm K) , t|   ,    g|xt,
commencement,  containing  180  acres   ������.,.���,���. Victoria street from Eighth to
Lorne sl reels; Victoria street from
.McKenzie to Sixth streets; Carnarvon
street  from  Tenth  to   Sixtli   street;
Sixth Avenue; Mclnnes street from
Columbia street to Royal avenue; Gilley street: Ninth street; McNeeley
street; Blackie street from Columbia
to Carnavon streets; Summer street;
Burr street from Milton street northwards; Simcoe street; Eighth street
from Columbia to Hamilton street;
Alexander street; Begbie street; Lorne street, McKenzie street, Fife street,
Ash street, Seventh street, Fifth
street from Sixtli to Seventh avenues.
Fourth street from Sixtli street to
Seventh avenues; Brantford street
from Sixtli to Seventh streets: to be
known as the Eighth street sewer system, Is open for inspection at the office of the assessment commissioner
ln the City hall, New Westminster,
British Columbia, and In case the
owner or any person Interested In
any of the properties Included therein desires to appeal from such assessment,, he should within the period of
111) eleven days from the first publication of this notice, give notice to
the undersigned in writing ol his Intention to appeal,
Dated the 10th day of August A. I).,
1910.
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
Date  of   first   publication   the   20th
day of August, 1910.
At last a Positive Cure has been found for
ASTHMA
in the Now Famous INDIAN HERB CURE
Manufactured and put up in Victoria, B. C, by J. F. Fitzpatrlck,
Address:     628 Hornby, Vancouver.    Phone  R 1845.
Coming to  New Westminster Shortly���address later.
This Is one more proof of the eflllcacy of the Asthma Cue.   Hear
what  the  Victoria lady has to say about the Asthma Cure,
1123 North Park St.,
Victoria, B.C.. October 28, 1909,
Mr. Fitzpatrlck. ,
I am writing this to let you know what a great relief I have Tou
your asthma   cure.   I have suffered from asthma for ten years, an
have tried so many different remedies  and  have found  nothing tn��
have given me such great relief as your asthma   cure,   and bj
tiniially taking li, I think 1 will find It a cure.
MUS. MAV Wl I'l I.
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
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iiiiisS~~~ [BALMORALS AND ALERTS
' of ALL BALL PLAYERS      WILL PLAY AT MISSION
"(HE DAILY NEWS.
PACJE FlVd.
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TTENTION S
[The Lead*
$25,000 a
can
of the Cubs Makes About   Labor
Year Out of the Arrcri- Wiil
National   Pastime.
Day    Celebration     Committee
Receive  Baseball  Visitors  in
Style on  Monday.
i   aiWays deeply Interested
paid baseball players,
It tes   made   usually   are
:������' |  .ares.    Tiie  higher
i   of  fact,  club   owners
mention    the    actual
Joants mild, not so  ..inch  because
Itbey
160 Acres on Scott Road, close in,
Price $140.00 per acre. Adjoining
property is selling at $300 to $500
per acre.     This is a real money maker
S.   FADER
;.';,��� ,,,   wlsb  the public to  know   ����������
    ti.r,   lu.iur.u   ...,���  pens
perchance,  the   figures  ar
;  i ecause of the dissal
,i might follow anion., the
Kher members of the team.
l( n actually playing the
���aire elh   nating Connie Mack, man-
- ���
nlggarill
|. action tl
istock
ager
la:
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.his.
jtoci
Uhletics,    who    owns
��� 11��� ,        ib  Frank Chance, man-
. of the Cubs, Is considered to be
above all other active
g tilings from baseball.
rie Chance also is a
���   He Chicago club, own-
a one-ti nth Interest.
Chance's   Deal.
e: ion 1909, Chance re
���(jived ; Ol  $6  a year, which
| ented by his dividends and
*l,'e. : e player In post-se u 11
,. a   e receipts.   Chance
��� i four-year contracl al
I;-- ��� ���! dii puie arose be
']                I Charley Murphy, pre I-
. lub, and  he   announce l
��� :  il play with the Cubs.
��� an   was   sent   to  Cali-
���forni- '    ;'   "''"' '    '"'' ween
, ;���.    One of the con-
ice was thai no party
evei   i e\ eai   the  Balary
I, . d,    whether  raised    or
.    same.    Bul   with   liis
n   his  one tenl h   Interest,
between   $20,000   and
r    probably    $26,000    a
erage.
��� : Interest  was obtain- j
���   In the same manner in
obtained a majority of
Charles  P.  Taft, brother
I Taft,  loaned   money   to
I I     .nee  to  buy  the  club.
\ sold at the bargain price
1905,  a   figure  so small
severa   persons   to  whom   the
offered  thou, lit some-
1 ii :  and  refused  to con-
m '
Kling   Well   Paid.
the national commission
[       o: his case, sentencing him
llis contract  salary,   it   is
town that   Johnny   Kling   signed   a
���Mart  for $4,600. To this
e,  must   be  added   what    the
fi ::   the  post-season   se-
,which, when played, may run up
i    $2,000    extra.     Hi own.
frail.  T ��� ' ��� ���:    and   Evers   probably
nts varying from $4,000
Mission is to be a happy town    on
Monday, for a  real  baseball  game is - 	
to   be   seen   in   that   thriving   burgh, j J     NORTHERN CROWN  BANK  BUILDING,
the Alerts and Lhe Balmorsrfs having   ���
accepted |in offer    made    by    J.  A   i *********************
Bates on behalf of the Mission Labor I ���
Day celebration committee, to play oft
a league mime in thai city, the Mis-
footin .    the   travelling   ex-
ses and hard refreshment bill.
The game is to start at three
o'clock in the afternoon, and is to be
the feature of the day. The Bals and
the Alerts have heen playing well for
some time and should put up a .ood
exhibition,
W. K. Sinclair has been in
PHONE 295.
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Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES, Proprietor
sionites
Cheecimkos Wallop
The Native Sons
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neatest
combination   work   ever seen
I on Queens park,   one of the sights of
_^^^^^^^^^^       iking the  the   evening   was   the   wav   in   wliich
arrangements lrom this city, while .1.   Hughie Gifford heat his brother down
A.   Hates   has    represented    Mission, the  held  after Tom had
Ernie forwarded a formal otter   last   ball to the Native Hon
week to play at   Mission    on    Labor starred in this quarter.
Day.    This was discussed at a meet-      In the last  the game se   sawed
and down  and caused  the crowd
carried  the
end.    Kenny
ing of the celebration committee on
Sal ni day and so heartily approved
thai the committee decided to meet
the train in a body and give the hoys
a royal reception.
NATIONALS   WANT   LALLY
TO  REFEREE  CUP  GAMES
Ottawa. Aug. 31.���The Montreal
Nationals, new champions of the N.
L.   I'..  foi warded  their
up
 ._    to
gasp at the ra;e of aboul three gasps
to the minute, but there was no score
for ten minutes. Then Grumpy Spring
annexed the ball and ioiled it in for
the final tally.
By the time Spring scored it was
getting dark, but the play did not relax. It was Tommie Gilford's ambition
to score a goal before time was called
and tlie ball was given to him time
but
r challenge yes-jafter time, but he could not make it
terday to P. I). Ross, chairman of the -"��� Just before time Jimmy Gifford'
board of Minto Cup trustees. They | attracted the only penalty of the game
want to go to the coast in quest of for nipping. He was sent off for the
the world's championship immediate- rest of the game by Tom Rennie, but
ly, and  have suggested September IT  instead of going to the fence, he took
up  his stand  behind  the  .Native Son
and 25 as the mosl suitable dales for
their games against the New Westminister  team.
Il is likely that the challenge will
be accepted and the defending club
requested to suggest dates after
which  tlie trustees will decide.
Tlie Nationals also plead for an
��� ��� tern official, alleging that it is
impossible for a team from the N. L.
[I. to make a good showing under
Hritish Columbia officials. They suggest Joe Lally, who is now on his way
west  on  business.
COLORADO   E.   BREAKS
TWO  WORLD'S   RECORDS
goal. When the ball came down and
there seemed to be a good chance for
a goal he scragged Coutts and dragged him off into the field. In the
excitement the ball went into the net.
Jimmy was chased ofl the field by an
infuriated mob and the referee declared that the goal would not count.
Teams.
Cheeehakos���Munn, goal; C. Galbralth, point; T. Gifford, cover point;
B. Galbralth, lirst defence; B. Marshall, second defence; .1. Gifford, third
defence; Robertson, centre; G. Rennie. second home; C. Spring, flrst
home; G. Spring, outside home;
Latham, inside home.
Readville. Mass.. Aug. 31.���Colorado]     Native  Sons���Coutts,    goal;     Gray,
E., owned by George II. Bstabrook, of   point;   Warwick, cover point;  H. Gif-
Denver,   smashed   the   world's   record   ford, first defence;   K.  McKenzie. seo-
for  three  year  old  trotters  today  at ' ond    defence;   Wintemute,    third    defence;  Feeney, centre;  Kenny, second
home; L. Turnbull, flrst home; Smith,
outside home;  Swanson, inside home.
Goals.
First quarter���Smith.    r>7 seconds!
Wintemute, It).48; G. Rennie, 1:04; G.
tlie grand circuit here by lowering the
time of 2:06$J to 2:06% for one mile.
By winning the second of the
American Horse Breeders' futurity in
2:07%, he also made a new record for
two consecutive heats. It was a misty
feat, hs wind was blowing almost a
gale In tbe face of the homestretch.
He did the quarter in 2,2 seconds, the
half in 1:03% and the three-quarters
in 1:33%.
No
More !
Dust
While sweeping your carpets
ed Clarke, of  the  world's  chain-
Is   reputed    to    receive t	
'   for services as play- Another    Montreal    Whine,
er,   while    Wagner    is      MonUeHi js now feeling tbe effects
P I beauty, although it is Q- )he ^)int0 cup trip ln the~tremen-
flgure  is correct.     Ty   d0U8iy  stjt? series of games  they are
[-. gets the biggesl  sal-  runnjng   into.     It   looked,   after   the
��� American  league. Augusl  6 game with Toronto, as if the
e player of experience (,up tI.ip |ulrt nf), |,���rt the team, but
la winning club considers himself j.ist Saturday's affair lias changed
1 ' " .2500  to  $3uiin,    while  th'.l(   'v'iew   somewhat.���Montreal    Ga-
'"'������ ti nl ions to being   a star j,ej,e
������' -elf as worth  from  $::.-'' ,	
depending on the club     strange  how  the  more  time  rolls
\' This is good money on" tl)e worse the Montreals feel.   In
nths  of   work,  lncludlng'another   hundred   years   the    players
W season;   more, probably. wjjj a]j i,0 dead, probably as a result
I���' e players could average 0( the Minto Cup matches.
[other lines of endeavor.    Bul  the  ���	
of a ball   player   is   short,   club | Bundy Winner at Tennis.
|*��ers witli winning teams are rak-;    Sa|t  _H--0 City,  t'tali.  Aug-  31.���T.
Bin enormous profits, and of sentl-'
P :    little.
Jit Is pretty   safe   to   sav
Reis ran, all they get.
that    the
GOLF CLUB.
Salt        ^	
C.   Bundy  today  won  the intermoun-
tain tennis championship in singles.
They'll  Enjoy It.
Now the  National lacrosse team Is
going   to   come  out   after   the     Minto
Cup.    They will    probably    enjoy tbe
scenery.���Calgary   1 lerald.
fnthusiasts Discuss Proposal to Form
Club with  650   Members.
��� ' P iblii   golf meeting called  tor
P nlghl ii. the hoard of trade room
,s attended   by   a    number of en-
J    II.   Vidal  occupied    the
lil: and tl ere were    also    presenl
*"' trom Vancouver.   A gen-
diBcusi Ion   look   place  as  lo  the |
II   raising  sufficient   capi-
E      '   ire a suitable course. It  was '
;     !          two hundred life mem-'                    __^
,���'���'��� '-'������ issed for; the llrst bun- Vancouver 	
II.. wh��    Ignlfled  their Intention  Of.sPJ*f.n��  .'..i,.. ./,���
:        i       isked to subscribe ?100,     batteries-    ErIckson
feibl,,    , , lhan(J balanoeat call;  Baker and Shea.
Second hundred $160.   This would I    Al rtfcoma-
to  all   the   privileges   of i Tacoma  	
Lclub during   their life time.   Tfie Seattle  ������
Batteries
Spring, :
10 second:
3.
Second
qtiarter-
-C. Spring,
2:06; G.
Spring. 3
; G. Rennie. 1:30; G
. Spring,
6:40; L.
Turnbull
, 2-.n.
Third
quarter���
Kenny,   IS
seconds:
Latham,
2:31;  Sw
anson, 2:06
; H. Gif-
ford, ;i;4.'i;  Kenny
. 3:48.
Fourth
quarter-
-G.  Spring,
10 min-
utes.
Penalties.
Last
quarter���
���J.    Gifford,
entire
game.
Offi
cials.
Referees���A.  W
.    Gray    au
id    Tom
Rennie.
Goal umpires���Longfellow
and    L.
Johnson.
Timekeeper���li.
Major.
WE HAVE IT
Dust Bane
Put up in cans in
powder form. Just
sprinkle a little on
the carpet absorbs
all dust and kills all
germs in the carpet
Highly recommended by the medical
faculty.
A sure prevention of
sickness and disease
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
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and  Dealers ln  All  Kinds of
LUMEBR,   LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED   WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY  GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12
New Westminster
Box  137
MINE INTERESTS IN
KOOTENAY ARE MERGED
Forty Claims Consolidated  by Merger
of Hall Mining Co. and Kootenay
Development Syndicate.
Northwestern  League,
Wednesday. August  31,
At  Spokane���
R.  II
0    2
ic.
ali'
All ill
the
^ ...wuiucrBhlp of ibe club to be
j,, ,,: ���������"���'������ 150 ladies, the entrance
at"aiul annual subscription for ordln-
��� "r "on-life members to be decided
,gncetlic club is incorporated.
1�� committee of six was appointed
1    'ei�� comprising the following:  C.
S; Stuart"
sheriff, j
'Ion
Wilde,   ,1.   Hi   Vidal,   T.   1).
R. Duncan, New Wostniln-
��� vai.   .,   ''��� ''��� Brown and F, T. Kiirni-
I "��. Vancouver,
"^ one desiring  further Informa-
Mtoted :      '" "u>    Kl'hemo    ls    1V-
l��. ,   " communicate with    mem-
1 ^ * the committee.
V**>U_ T'l* by T- D' Sherltt and
in-Hi, , , y     T  Purnlvale thai the
the rtat     '''"'lined   to   Vancouver.
biici- ;""' place ��' meeting to be
��� Enounced at a later date.
Hall    and
Seakert and Lebrand,
. 3   5   0
Sugden;
K. 11. B.
1    il    4
.'.'':.. P  'J  i
Blankehshlp";
Violated.
II,���Prom    several
Island, nota-
of Nanaimo, and
Lake,  reports  are  com-
eneral   and  wanton
Game   Law
Victoria.    Aug.    S
localities   on   Vancouver
bly  in  tli"  vicinity
about  Sooke
sssj&J'S tiie^ a0ctlcu:
larly  ln  the  Premature shooting
the grouse,    in the Sooke Lakf
veral   promising  com ess
Clevoi     tl3 B,'eaks Record.
Cnitise  1    <)hi"'   AuB'   31.���Oleinn
��i,i|.,..   '"I:'v    established    a   new
��1i,��� , '"'"'l   for
hi..     "c fl
aeroplane    flying
nine mm "ew   '"""   Euclid   Beach,
P% s'"'':,:;l "f Cleveland, to Cedar
nineteen    ', mlleS|  in  one  hour    and
over u-1, """""s.    u  u the longest
&ter llghl  on record.
trlct  se
if
lis-
have
during   the
Nelson, Aug, 31.���The largest and
most important mining merger ever
consummated in the Kootenays has
jusi been made public. Practically
the whole of Toad mountain is included in the properties consolidated, coin-
prising the total assets of the Hall
Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd., now
owned by trustees of the dehenture
holders, and the assets of the Koote-
ney Development Syndicate. Ltd.,
wliich company had these properties
under lease, The whole comprises
forty mineral claims or aboul Iii.000
acres of mineral land, iu addition to
the smelter, tramway, electric power
lines and plant equipment. The names
of the purchasers and the price is
withheld for the present.
The deal was consummated through
Attorneys  Lennle &   Wragge here.
An exceptionally strong group of
Pacific coast capitalists are interested
in the big deal.
C A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Contractors and
House Builders
vv c have a full   line   or   the   Best   |
Builders  Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.]
GAIN OF ONE MILLION
IS SHOWN EACH MONTH
been  quite extinguished
past week or two.
_?sri-ss. t���p����s5
the    Clark    Station,    ind
^^^^^^ contest   for lhe mid
die west championship.    Vogel wash-
nd dried 200   dishes   iu   thirteen
seconds.    Mrs.
minutes.
dishwasher, in
dl(
m	
minutes and nineteen
Nelson's   time   wus    fifteen
Vogel has Issued a challenge   to   the
world.
Mr. Hyman's Injuries Serious.
London. Out.. Aug. 31.���Hon. U. S.
llyman, who was injured when his auto collided head-on with a sireet car,
spent a very restless night, and the
attending physicians fear internal injuries but are of the opinion that they
may not prove serious. Mr. llyman
lost two teeth and sustained a cut
about the head.
Woman   Kills   Lion.
Cliico,  Cal.,  Aug.  31.���Miss  Mamie
Avllla. a young huntress, whose dee Is
celebrated  in  Butte  county,  was
I    Look    Into    Hie show
Fales' furniture store today
window
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forest ridge near
are    ^^^^^^^
.talking  deer  on  a
yesterday.   Looking up, she saw
'    -Mids away  a  big  Hon  glaring
crouched on  a branch.    Taking
nred   and  the   Hon   leaped
the earth.    The single
had'Vfljcted a fatal wound.
here
a few
as il
aim   she
screaming to
sho
Dominoin Customs Receipts Reach $6,-
479,795 for  Month   of  August���
Big   Increase  Over  1909.
Ottawa. Aug. 31.���The customs receipts for tbe Dominion continue to
maintain their increase of over a
million dollars per month over the
corresponding months last year.
II the present rate of increase is
maintained the collections for the
year will easily lead those of the previous twelve months, which constituted a record year by from thirteen to
lil'teen million dollars.
For the lirst five months of the
fiscal year tbe collections bave been
$29,091,605, an increase of $5,7-17.-
!>!)-! over the same period last year.
For the month of August alone the
collections were $6,479,796, an increase of $1,139,388 over August,
1000.
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I       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
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust  Block.
Columbia   St.
Let Me
Republican Leaders Pleased.
Lawrence, Kas., Aug. 31.���Progressive Republican leaders in the state
were enthusiastic in their approval of
Colonel Roosevelt's speech at Osawa-
tomle today. They declared that it
meant much for them ln Kansas and
that its effect would be felt all over
:he nation.
Heinze Is Married Now.
New York, Aug. 81.���At a dinner tonight at tbe Waldorf Astoria, F
Augustus Helnze, the millionaire, announced bis marriage today to Miss
licrnice Henderson, an actress.
You can get    porch columns    and
balasters  turned  while you  wult    at
the Walsh  Sash    and Door factory.
Pbone 413. ** ,
Quote
You Rates
It is safer to carry a policy that covers your live stock against
death from any cause than to take chances. You can never foretell
the time that you are going to lose considerable money by the death
of a valuable animal. Take out at a small cost a policy with the
British Empire Insurance Company, and let them take the risk.
This company is well known for Its fair dealing and  prompt adjustment of losses, which are most important points In insurance.
Call today for my rates and be convinced.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
657 Columbia Street Phone 62
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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY.
SEpTEMBER
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
30ARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in t'ie
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at a p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
Btreet,  New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
TKE SCHAAKE  MACHINE  WUKKS,
Limited.  Front street,    New   west-
ALL COMERS WELCOME
IF THEY KNOW FARMING
1 .llllllfll,       K  1UUI      OIH-CI., m*l    V. V.   *--*. ^ _
minster.     Manufacturers of modern I Canada Safe in Taking Agri-
saw and    shingle    mill macninery,
Min plants and specifications pre- ] cuitural   Settlers From All
pared.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVKKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 56, P. O. Box 142. OM
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
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PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone L615.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS* MANA-
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write if unable to visit us.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &.
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, WilMams building, 41 Granville streot. F. C. Wade, K. C.J
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
FIRE   APPLIANCES.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. Till-; LAT-
est in flre fighting apparatus.
R. Harris & Co., Lavery block,
Columbia street.    Phone 056.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental teakstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guarantee*,
nolurabla street.  New Westminster
Parts of Europe.
tfWWbgao ���"���������   ���    '^KSSi^
Montelius Piano
H
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone 18. Newest and most up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine. J. Trachy, Prop.
HOTEL   LYTTON���517   FRONT   ST. |
Phone 103.    Comfortable accomodation.    Terms moderate.    McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Westminster Trust Block.
R. T. PRINCE, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, city.
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands wltfe.
In the railway b��U in British Columbia, may be he��e��teaded by any person who is tha Mie head of a family
or any male ever 18 years of age, ie
the extent of oae-qaarter sectiom ��f
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must fee made personally at
Ithe local laid �����<.���* f��r (lie distnot
|In which the laid i�� situate. Entry
I by pioxy may, however, b�� made �����
I certain conditions hy the lather,
'mother, son. daughter, brother *r air
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY^ AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Coumbla street. Telephone C2.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm  and  sumirbnn  property,
C28 and 74G Columbia St.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS TAI-
loring. A new line of Spring suiting just In. Button making, pressing and repairing. 46 Lorne street.
Phone R 508.
DYERS  AND  CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
pbone R278. The place where the
dirt and duit Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS ANU
���mart turnout. The Foshiou Sta
Me,.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYUNO. HSH, FRUIT.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
ter of an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the condition connected therewith under one of tbe following
plans:
(1) At least six months' residenos
upon and  cultivation of the  land on
I ach year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
'father is decased), of the homesteader
resides ui>on a farm ln the vicinity ol
.the land entered for, the requirement!
as to residence may be satisfied by
'such person residing  with  the father
or mother.    _ '
(3) lf the settler has his permanent
residence  upon   farming   land   owned
j by him in tlie vicinity of his home-
.stead, the requirements as to residence
may  be   satisfied   by   residence   upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the commissioner of Do
million lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rlgtots may lm
leas?d for a period of twenty-On*
years at an ainusl rental of |l pet
acre. Not moro than 2589 acre*
shall be leased to one individual o*
company. A royalty at th* rat* ��
five cents por M* shall be oolleoted
on the merchantable ooal mined.
W. W. CORT.
Deputy of th�� Iftatstor of tha Interior
I    NR��� Unauthorized    pnblloaMon   ot
I I'i If MJ��f"rtl8?me��j win    i*t ba .ate
FURNITURE
IV. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Plione 176, night rail 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. L.EWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clark-
6on sireet (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture In fir and oak.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWOKMNU
Co., bank, ofllce and store fittings;
cabinet, stulr, sliowcafces, IllHIlieu
and detail work,, Ueaiiins and esti
mates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 251, Phone
473.
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac
Anrnno iOTidlng &nketcb nnd dnacrlptlan maj
jutckly liscorlaln our opinion true vhuiUcr an
InyenUon Ib probnMy pottmul.lf. (..trarou nlco-
ttoiuMTlcU. ranfldontlul. HANDBOOK ou Patent!
sunt froo. Oldest n. tiurj for socuring polenta.
Pntontfl taken tlip.uk-li Maun & Co. rccolvs
tpettal notion, without charge, lu the
Scientific Hictiati
A handsomely U)u ��trat4HrWcc*ly. LarKost circulation nt any eoto raltla Journal. Terms for
Canad u, 4.1.75 a year, po*tagv prepaid. Bold by-
all ucwuleatcra.
MUNN & Co ��|B'���'��� Hev/ York
Branch Offlco. 626 IT St. Wa��liic_tou. U CL
PAPER   HANGING & DECORATING.
1    HUDSON,   WALL  PAPER,   KOOM J
The   Fall    Fairs.
The dates of the fall fairs through
the upper country and.- coast have
heen announced us folf6ws:
Nicola  Valley, September  14.
Kamloops, September 28, 29 and
30.
Vernon, September 15, 16 and 17.
Armstrong, September 22 and 23.
Kelowna, September 20 and 21.
Salmon Arm, September 2.'1 and 24.
Vancouver,  August  15  to  20  laclu-
sive.
Victoria, September 27 to October 1.
New Westminster, October 4 to 8
inclusive.
NA-Dru
relieve and cure Indigestion���acidity of the stomach���biliousness���flatulence
���dyspepsia. They reinforce lhe stomach by supplying Ihe active principles
needed for the digestion of all kinds of food.   Try one after each meal.
60c. a box.    If your druggist has not stocked ttiem yet,  send us 50c.
and we will mall you a box. 33
N.ti..al Drue ��������' CIimbIcJ Companr of Cam<�����, Limited,       .       ���      .       Montreal.
SB/***
Toronto. Aug. 31.���Col, Andrew I).
Davidson is back in Toronto again
after six months in Euro] e. Col. Davidson is the man who invented the
phrases that have made Canada a
household word anion, the nations.
"The breadbasket of the world" was
one of Col. Davidson's many insplra-'
tions. It was he who gave the hail j
for "the last west-"
But if Col. Davidson is a phraseur, j
he is by no means a poseur. No man
works harder. No man is more un-j
assuming. No man gets more real
business through his hands. You
might think that his position as head
of the Canadian Northern Immigration department was enough for one
man. Not a bit of it, when the man
is a man like this Irish-Scotch Canadian. Men with this jedigree ate always whales for work, and Col. Davidson Is a whole shoal.
Davidson in Many Concerns.
Me is in the Saskatchewan Elevator company, the Western Canada
Flour Mills, Ltd., the Virginia and
Rainy Lake railway and Lumber company, the Zenith Furnace company,
the Great Lakes Dredging company,
the Fraser River Lumber company,
the Anacortes Lumber and Hox company, the Canadian Loans and Securities company, the Winnipeg Insurance
and Vessel agency, the Canadian
Northern Prairie Land company, the
Davidson & McRae stock farm, the
largest in Minnesota, and after all
these he is president of ten banks.
And they say he has more standing
timber in his holdings than any man
in America.
But the biggest thing Col. Davidson
has done was to cut the first channel
In the sluice through which Uncle
Sam's best farmers are now pouring
over into the northwest. How he
started that stream Is now a matter
of history. It is not difficult to see
that Immigration is after all, hla pot
study.
"Yes," he said yesterday, "I have
been out in the west and I have spent
sfx months on the continent of Europe and in England. We will have
close to 150,000 fiom the Stites this
year and also a large immigration
from Europe."
In reply to a question he uttered
one of those illuminating statements
which do away with columns of argument.
"It seems to me that we are (|iiit<?
safe in taking settlers from any part
of Europe where agriculture Is the
principal part of the business of the
people who come to us." Here is the
whole immigration question in a sentence. Unless land is developed Canada can have no future. The people
who must do the developing aie to be
had from the agricultural areas.
The    Biggest    Yet.
Col. Davidson expects the coming
year to be the largest for immigration in the history of the country.
With regard to the assimilation of the
people he thinks Canada Is to be congratulated on the remarkable success
of tlie governments of the count!y in
being able to deal with the numerous
foreigners coming in.
"I have information from a reliable
source in Saskatchewan that of the
foreigners coming la there ln the Ust
fife years over 85 per cent of those
eligible have taken advantage of It
and became citizens. The province of
Saskatchewan has several members
either In tlie provincial ot dominion
parliaments who came from the
United States In the last ten years, it
Is true that Eoir.e are repatriated
Canadians, but it Is also true that
some of them hell offlce ln the United
States."
"We think it Is wiser," said the colonel, taking up another point, "not to
form colonies of any one nationality.
Settlements are more progressive and
contented and on the whole- get o.i
better when they are formed from
those of different countries. To men
from the old country tl.is may be a
little more lonesome at lirst, but tt
has the advantages of experience with
settlers from countries where similar
conditions  prevail.
Will    Work   the    Railways.
"The crop aci cage in the west I.
fully some 2,1)110,000 greater than ln
1909," declared Col. Davidson, when
tills topic was Introduce.I. "Conso
quently I think the west will harvest
as much crop this year as last, and
at-equally goo:! prices. This means
that the railways will have as much
grain to move as last year, and with
coal, lumber, and other merchandise
as much or more than last year, ss we
have nearly 200,000 more people there
now than before."
"I think large Immigration to British Columbia wlll develop next season. The rich lands in the valleys of
that province o!T"r special Inducements to men who want to go Into
farming In a small way���market gardening and fruit farming, for which
there Is a good market ln the prairie
provinces and the Pacific coast cities.
The settlers from Great Britain seem
we'l pleased with the climate and
with other conditions In British Columbia, for the reason that they are
more accustomed to small farms In
Great Britain than witli the vast areas
at*r*i..tot by famers In the pral:le
provinces.
Labor   In   Demand. I
"With regard to labor, everything!
"olnts to gteat numbers of people be. |
'ng required. The railways nee I a
!nr"-e amount of libor and the lumber
and mining companies are developing
their properties. I presume 20,000
men could find employment on the
farms of Canadf, so that condltloas In
Canada are very  favorable   to good,
ouse
LIMITED.
Tke     Largest    Music    House     In     Western    Cn iaJa
Branck Store: GuicWiJBlock^ g r>
Two Specials For Friday Only
One medium high grade Piano, made in Toronto
Regular price is $375.   Friday's   Special Price only
One new Art Bell, highest grade, best made in
Canada, with Orchestral attachment, finished in
French Burl Walnut. Regular price of this Piano is
$585. This instrument has been in use for a few-
months, and we will sacrifice it at the very low price
of $398.
Easy Terms Of Payment
Our Mr. Ross, who has charge of the Westminster Branch, and his assistant Mr. Cline, will extend every courtesy to everybody, whether they wish
to buy or not.
MONTELIUS PIANO HOUSE, Ltd.
Guichon Block, 407  Columbia  St. New   Westminster.  B. C.
L
ra��8w��*��st** i
'���*..     -.--.   ... viiiL.rtntt^-
rwwrrwH
5-Acre Blocks on the Tram Line
Revenue Producing Right Now
Finest of Soil
All Cleared and Under Cultivation
Price $175 per acre and up
Terms One-Fifth Cash
Balance Spread Over Three Years
The above is a sound investment and we can
safely say that in two short years it will produce from the land itself the full value paid
for it. We say to you, "Investigate This,"
and get full particulars of our fine offer. The
terms are easy and need give you no trouble.
See Us Today.   .
I
The People's Trust Co.,
LIMITED
F. C. COOK, General Manager
451 COLUMBIA STREET
PHONE 646
strong, able-bodied men who know
liow, and who are willing to work, ln
fact, I cannot remember any time
when conditions were more favorable
to laboring people. The lumbering
and mining interests ln British Columbia are paying higher wages than
anywhere In the United Slates, and
even at that labor is difficult to obtain.
"While I am not much of an advocate of assisted Immigration from the
old land, still conditions aro such In
Great Dillaln that there Is a vast difference In the man who has been assisted and the man who has been receiving money from the poor rates.
The assisted man may have heen out
of employment for three or four
moeths. ���1),   ,j v   (
Assisted    Man    Is    All    Right.
"I made quite a st.ir.ly of this class
of  Immigrant  in  Great   Britain,  and
took pains to meet hundreds of them,
and I must confess most of them were
tine,   strong,   able bodied    men,    Just
such i\_   we need In Canada to.go on
governmenl lands or to take employment.
"While I was abroad I visited England, Ireland, Scotland, Holland,
France, Austria and Germany. There
Is a larire Immigration from Austria,
Hungary, Poland and Finland. These
people have made vory good settle!b
In the United States, and we have
found them a quite desirable class of
*ett!eru In wester* Cnnada."
And  than  Col. Davidson  turned  to
six   months'   arrears   of  c��[A0t*i
'ence. most of which it Is " '"
would answer itself.
NOTICE TO CONTRACT
RS.
b.
Je.
Sealed tenders will "��� JJJ., Si
the  undersigned  up to ���        .,��� -
(ember 12, 1910, for tM      11|ng on
completion of a Church -���>���
Sixth avenue. ,������ ho ^
Plans and specific tlons ca ^ ^
at the residence of K* ���   ftV(,.1,1,.
Twelfth street and Blgou.        ne.*-
The lowest or any '"��,el
sarlly accepted. ...vit.D. Se
J. W. Mc
,.,11   Si
\ SEPTEMBER  1, 1910.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
-     CANADIAN PACIFIC
IW B.C. CoastSS. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS
1'
1:00 p->��-
jn
TROM   VANCOUVER
Victoria.
    Daily
    Daily
SEATTLE.
    Daily
Daily except Saturday
  Saturday
NANAIMO.
    Daily
AND   COMOX.
    Mondays
lays and  Saturdays
j jjj;00 ir i"-   ��� -
]���   i p ta ��� ���
|ji. 0 o.va. ���������
TO
p   "
"    TO  UNION
p.m
����� i. in
TO   ALASKA.
..���,,,     Kvery Saturday '
T0 PRINCE   RUPERT.
w    m,  |   ery  Thursday  and  Sat.
rn STEWART   (Portland  Canal).
bl:00p.n..   ������    Every  Thursday
lJ1^ s   geavei   leaves  New Westmln-
,   = . '..inlay,  Wednesday  and
;" Chilliwack 7 a.m.
' 'lmrsday   and    Saturdays ,
|f. s, apply to
RD GOULET,
\-,w Westminster.
1     FOSTER,
iv A., Vancouver.
���1
CClAL
N<ew
WclSarsgton
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front  St.,  Foot of  Sixth.
NOTICE  REGULATING  VEHICLE
TRAFFIC ON COLUMBIA STREET.
All persons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of anv kind are revested m keep to the lefl hand side
"! ���'���'" car track while proceeding in
either direi tion.
By ordc,
J. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
\ugiisl   12.  1910.
The
City Hall,
Af
)t> you  wanl  to increas
luslness '.'   Then see
s
E R
i UN D
FOR
I G N
EHEK32ME3?
Sigriw of every description.
Class signs a s] ecialty.
324 Columbia Street. Phono 766.
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid   Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     .5,900,000
The lianu has Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,   England.
Correspondents In all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L.  M.  RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
FIGURES ARE GIVEN
EOR THREE NAVIES
Great Britain Allays Alarm
by Comparison With Ger-i
many and United States
Automobile for Hire
Day   and   Night.
Tele, hone:   Day 702. Night L611
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon Building.
Phone  681
I
I
I
~T
���^m
I
Westminster Opera
House
Moving Pictures
Engagement Extraordinary
Charlie Collins, the Record
Ringer    d Miss Lillian War-.
rt:.. I    tralto.
tem
ating
Rushton's Orchestra
If,    ���' Pictures.
[Admission 10c - Children
-4000
Cedar, Fir and Hemlock
First Class Air Dried Stock
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
e?
vlii  wanl  the very best.
can be offere 1 for your    monej
and  ll  di      n il   matti r what class of
cabin Is des Ired.
THE ROYAL UNE
will Bll your wauis. First, Second and
Third Cabin accommodation is unexcelled whilst the Dining Service leavei
nothing io be desin I
The Next Sailings are
Royal   George    Sept.  1
Royal Edward      Sept. 15
Royal George  Sept. 29
Royal  Edward   Oct. 13
E .Goul< i. agent ('. P, It., will book
your  passage  via  these steamers, or
write Wm. Stapleton, general   agent
Scott block, Winnii eg, Man.
London, Aug. 31.���England has her
full share of alarmists who are vociferously  confident  that   it   is  only   a
I quest ion of time when a German fleet
will sailNi^ the Thames nnd blow
down West minster hall, or a German
army descends on the coast and devours the country, or u fleet, or flock
or whatever an aggregation of airships may be called, lly across t ho
North sei and, amidst a shower of
bombs, obliterate England  from   the
j map.
These  wails  are  generally   loudest
I around election time, hut even now
Lord Charles Beresford is Insisting
that Great Britain shall lay down
twelve super-Dreadnoughts at once so
that the Integrity of the empire may
be preserved.
As a rule the government does not
worry ahout these alarms.    Occasionally, however, a few figures are given
out  to  keep .lohn   Bull  from   becom-||
lng too greatly frightened.   Tims. Mr.
.McKenna,  flrsl   hud of  the admiralty.
has  just   issued   the   following   comparison of thn displacement   tonnage
ol  effective fighting ships In the navies  of  Greal   Britain,  Germany   and
i! e I'nit   l States:
5 ear��� Britain.     Germany.
Tons. Tons.
1900       1,889,614    283,461
1906       1,891,307    441,656
1907       1,885,966    147,820
190.       1,934,368    538,714
1909       2,046,126    544,073
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j Sponges and
\ Toilet Soaps
���
AT ALL
PRICES
Ryall's Drug Store \
u. s,
Tons.
21 9,300
476,276
547,222
629,747
706.107
\mu...
.���%a-J_T:.
r.&rZ__LEi.?r; gjja^zK^^awgjg^gsasi^a -
isz
Prom  1906 onwards only first-class
ships are count* 1.
SAW   PASSION   PLAY.
Capt.
The Remarkable Progress of the
AMALGAMATED DEVELOPMENT CO.
Oil
h
(i
Have been unprecedented in the history of the
Industry.
Full possession to all of this Company's immense
ldings 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.
Can this record of progress for two months be
beaten ?
The present week will see the stock of the
Amalgamated Development Co. quoted upon one
or more of the local Stock Exchanges. Watch the
SE.
���
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i
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I
Hart-McHarg Says  It  Is a  lyiost ji
Wonderful   Spectacle.
Ottawa, An. . 31.���"One of the most i
wonderful things I ever saw."   This isi
the  way Capt.  Hart-McHarg, of Vancouver, describes the passion play at j
| Oberammergau.      Captain      Hart-Mc-j
Harg, who was in England this year;
with  the  Bisley  team, went  over   to
Germany   after   the   meeting,   and   in
the course of his short trip through j
that country, went to the   litt'e   village   of    Oberammergau,   where   tlie
most famous play in the world is hav-;
Ing its decennial performance.    He is!
shooting this week at the D.   R.   A.
meet.
To a reporter Captain Hart-McHarg
described the play, illustrating his remarks with a mass of pictures which
he had brought hack with him.
"I went there in a spirit of curiosity," he said. "Rut I came away very
much impressed. The play is produced in a sort of open-air theatre.    The
1 pie sit in a lon-; building, the stage
.end of which is open. Thus, while
ithe audience is under cover, the playlet's are working in the open air.
"What impresses one most is the
extreme devotion which is exhibited
by the players. There was not a jarring note in the whole performance.
If the language spoken was not German, you could easily imagine that
you were looking at the actual seen ^s
that are being represented."
"Do you think the play has an actual religious value to the spectators,
apart from the players themselves?"
he was asked.
"Most certainly people don't go there
originally to get good out of It; but it
cannot fail to Inspire a feeling of reverence for the religion of which it ls
the expression, anl of which the
scenes It represents are the basis.
"The reality of the thing is most
impressive. There is no make up.
The men and boys who nre to take
part let tlieir hair start to grow a year
before the time for the play. Then
they are a very good living people,
very simple in their habits, and comparatively untouched by the world, in
their little village among the mountains. Their very expression of countenance give a reality to the performance, which I doubt could be obtained anywhere else in the world. It is
with them a religious ceremony, and
despite the crowds that go there to
see it. the players continue to treat it
as such."
Owing to the numerous requests to purchase sale goods
after the 1st of the month, and
taking into consideration, many
have not had the chance to take
advantage of our bargains, we
have decided to continue our
sale until the 10th of Sept.
I Everything in the store is reduced to
the limit.   No one can sell
for less and live.
DENNY   &   GALLOWAY
Reliable Home Furnishers
43-45 Sixth Street     Phone 588    New Westminster
Price of Stock: One and
Two  Dollars per  Share
Apply to
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
518 Hastings Street, West Telephone 4327
CHEAP HOME
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
MUSICIAN    ACTS   DETECTIVE.
Stole
Locates   Three    Robbers   Who
His  Beloved   Instrument.
Kansas, City. Aug. 31.���Out In his
little cottage near the suburbs of the
city, M. V. Wandell, an aged musician, today mourns the loss of his
violin more than he has at any time
since It was stolen from hlm a year
ago. Yesterday he located the thief
and last of the men who stole the instrument and from the thief's lips
came the story that his two partners
had told that thc violin had been destroyed.
Tho instrument was more than 150
years old and had been handed down
to the musician hy his ancestors. He
played for a living and to him there
was no music so sweet as that which
the beloved violin gave forth. The
robbers set upon him one night and
tore his instrument from his urms. He
remembered their faces and located
all of them unaided.
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!
FLOUR
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75  per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED
Weekday Schedule
at   8
and
Hamilton    Denied    Injunction.
New York,    Aug. 81.���The   petition
of  Charles  K.  Hamilton,  the aviator,
for   a preliminary   injunction   to   restrain  Glenn  H.  Curtiss   from   Interfering   with   ills   contracts   for   flying I
exhibitions was denied today by Judge
Lacombe in the United States court. |
Hamilton    complained    that    Curtiss
blocked  him   ln  his  arrangement  for
giving  flying  exhibitions  at  the   San
Francisco   and   Harvard   aeronautical
meetings.
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
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at  8  a. m., 9  a.  m.
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  tn.
Sunday Excursion Rates:  Return fare. 50c; children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
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.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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PAGE  EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, SE
pTEMBER
Shooting!
If you buy your Ammunition from us, you
will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me,
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
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sCitt News?
* *
Bishop A. t\ de Pencier, of the] The young ladies of St. Peter's par-
diocese of Xew Westminster and lsh will enjoy an outing at English
Kootenay. has taken up his residence bay this evening, the trip between
here at the See House on Carnarvon this city and Vancouver being made
street. Ion a li. C. B. H. observation car.
Pot   plants   and   fresh   cut   flowers      Fire acre lots in   Port   Mann,
at Tidy's store.    Phone 184. **   'National Finance Co.
See
*��
Chief J. H. Watson, of Uie lire de- Port Mann lots 66 by 130 feet; $50
partment, leaves today, for.-^tockton,'cash, balance .10 per month without
California, where he will attend the interest, while they last. Vancouver
annual   meeting of the Pacific Coast I Financial Corporation, Ltd.,   room   4,
Association of flre chiefs.
Port  Mann acreage, exclusive sale.
National Finance Co.     * **
Officials of the Sumner Iron Works,
of Everett, Wash., havie announced
their intention of erecting a plant in
Burnaby, on the Great 'Northern line.
Merchants
Motherwell,
Bank     building,
manager.
A.
The Central livery
Thompson, proprietor,
auto to his equipment
stables.   S.
bus   added
Phone 137.
Miss tola Fisher returned yesterday
from a two weeks' holiday trip to
Kamloops.
THE NEW SECTION OF
THE S TORE WILL BE
OPENED IN A
FEW DAYS
Miss Elsa Burnett, daughter of H.
J. A. Burnett, of this city, was united
in marriage yesterday morning to
Henry Ramsay, of Vancouver. Uev.
A. S. White, of Nanaimo. assisted by
Rev. Canon d'Easum, of New West-
P.  VV.  Runacres has returned from' minster,  performed  the  ceremony  in
the presence of the family and many
of tbe friends of tbe contracting parties.    The happy couple left by, autocall at National Finance Co.'s office ! mobile   for   Vancouver,   whence   they
to occupy the new section for several days past.    Unfors
prevented us from occupying it as soon as we desire 1. Meanwhile tlie new good
n our stock rooms next week, and the entire showing will be ready fo
We have been expectln
ever
being marked off
" ;   de'ayf,  how.
are arriving anj
DBpection.
Harrison Hot Springs, where he spent
a couple of weeks' holidays.
The Dress Goods Have Been Placed On Display
re Port Mann,
sive listings.
We have large exclu-
**
Large crowds continue to attend the
moving pictures in the opera house.
The two new Blngfefif" Itiit^ proved
quite an attraction and the "venture of
introducing vaudeville .. at popular
prices is exceeding beyond tlie expectations of Manager Tidy, ������������
For carnations, sweet' peas and
dahlias, phone Davles greenheuse,
R 208. ;' **
. .''     >.v; i'
Dr. George E. Drew returned yesterday from the south,, where he has
been spending a holiday,
will go to Victoria.
Davies greenhouse  is  the  place to I
get   bouquets,   floral   designs  and  all
kinds of cut flowers.   Plione R 208.
Owing to the many enquiries made  for dress materials
with all/ that  Is new  in  the dress goods section.    Here
in the markets of France, Germany and England,
so we announce our
you   will  Iind
readlnei
new  weaves    1
0   serve   ;.,,
ted personally
Bargains in all lines, at' Fales'
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMANS     DEPENDABLE     NON-
CURLING FILMS with you and youreUabfe furniture detftf
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 fhis fall.
We can explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
the
**
Curtis Drug Store
The usual weekly band concert will
be given at Queens park this evening.
A musical program up to the Standard
of past performances this summer will
be rendered by the baritjsrtien.
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:    43;     Long    Distance,
Residence,  72.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
Mi
The Public
Supply Stores��
Port Mann lots 66 by 130 feet;  $60
cash, balance $10 per month  without ;
interest, while  they  last.    Vancouver!
Financial Corporation, Ltd.,   room   4,
Merchants    Bank    building.      J.    A.
Motherwell, manager. **
In    the    police    court     yesterday,
Charles Martin  was sentenced to two
months in jail for supplying liquor to
Indians.   A Chinaman was fined $9.'50 I
for assaulting a klootch and a drunk- f
en man was interdicted.
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. **
Mrs. Jessie Sutherland has returned
to Seattle after a few weeks' visit to
her son, C. H. Sutherland, of Agnes
street.
Window frames made while you
wait at the Walsh Sash and Door Factory.   Plione 413. **
Mann Grove Park, close to B. C.
Electric, and Port .Mann the cheapest
land in the district. One-fifth acre
$200 and $225: easy terms. Reid. Curtis & Dorgan, 706 Columbia street.
Phone 46��. **
Invitation to the parlor of W. E.
Fales tonight. HIS Agnes stieet.
Everybody welcome. **
I'r/l'bffr-
of
ai e
Good Things
what you see when you
visit our grocery store.
Choice brands of everything
is what we supply you and at
prices often charged for In-
le. ior articles.
You'd Laugh
to know how much of good
cheer could be charged u;j to
us. That's because what we
sell is guaranteed, both fresh
and pure and helps drive
away fie blues. Dyspepsia
don't linger long in any
household that we supply
with groceries. Good-bye,
coir.e again.
A savings bank 'department has
been inaugurated in connection with
the People's Trust company, of this
city. G. N. W. Boulton, late manager
of the Fernie branch ' of "Hie Home
Bank of Canada, will be in charge of
this department.
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
The blacksmlthing and shoeing firm
of Craig & Riddell has moved from
Begbie street to Eighth street, between the Fashion and Central livery
stables.
The last stage in tlie transition   of
We make fir and cedar doors and Columbia street from a village thor
windows; Walsh Sash and Door Fac- oughfare to a modern business street
tory.   Phone 413. **      is   in   progress.     Yesterday   workmen j
I started removing the wires from   thel
Tlie city police had a busy time last  unsightly wooden poles wliich in some 1
month, eighty-six cases being heard in  instances have been  sentinels of the
the city police court.    The most seri-  ���iain   street  for   twenty     years.    As j
ous case on the docket was that   of soon  as the  wires  are  removed  the
forgery und the man was committed  poles will be taken  down and there
for trial.    The following is the list:'win   be nothing  to detract from  the |
Breach of Indian act, li- assault. 3;  beauty of Columbia street, which will
drunk,    38;     forgery.    1;    obtaining'be able to take Its proper place    In
money by    false   pretenses,    4;  vag- the "Who's Who" of the city streets |
rancy, 3; furious driving, 1; being in- on the coast as the finest in existence, j
mate of opium den. 4;  using insulting!
language, 4: breach of pound by-law, I Port Mann lots 66 by 130 feet: $50
1; gambling, 5; act of gross in- cash, balance $10 per month without
decency, 1; disorderly,' 1; breach of Interest, while they last. Vancouver
liquor license by-law, 1; shooting Financial Corporation, Ltd., room 4,
tame pigeons, 1; intimidation, 2; total Merchants Bank building. J. A.
86.    There Is a considerable increase  Motherwell, manager. *���
in the number    of    cases   over    last; _____________________^_____
month, but the    absence    of    violent,"    '         '    m
crime is marked in  the citv.
Ask to see these new Poplinettes, Satin Duchesse, Biaritz Cloths,
Henriettas, Eolines, Two-tone Shot Silk and Wocl Fabrics, Fancy
Crepons, Satin Stripe Voil!es and Fancy Blacks in dozens of new
designs.
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 navy,
black and cream, including the famous admiralty Serge and West of
England Serges. All weights and finishes are here. Prices, per
yard     45c to $3.75
Plain Broadcloths
Black and colored Broadcloths ln a complete range of shades. The
sight colors are particularly attractive, nice shades of sky. pearl,
grey, mauve, cream, cardinal,, scarlet, etc.. suitable tor evening cloaks,
etc..
Laces hi neal strip?
conventional designs,
value a arks 11
Oriental Allover
Lace
50c   to   $1.7-,   Per  Yard.
Cream Ecru and white All-
over
and
Exceptional
new showing I'i ices are
25 to 75 per ci nl less than
usual. You will do well lo
consider the advisability ol
securing a length suitable
for waist.
New  Barrethes   and
Fancy Combs
All the late I
necessary to ttra< -ive hair
dressing. Spei attend a
might be given to the ne��
Batrettes and Ribbon Ban
relies and Sets, Grey Side
Combs and Bai rei es, T .
ban and Plain Pin eti \
splendid range from whlcb
to choose.
Ask to see   I  1    i ew Tur.
ban    Pad    km "        a
"Queen's   Way   Plaits";    all
colore;  fine hair.   Each 75:.
Are attracting a great deal
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Constable Hutchinson returned yesterday   from   escorting  a  Jap,   Wn. u
Furinga,  from  the  provincial  asylum
here to Victoria, from which place he
(will   be  sent    back    to    Japan.    His
j friends In the capital are having him
| sent home to his relatives.
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
***
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
PORT MANN
You cannot find two belter things than these
because better do not exist.
20 Acres adjoinirg townsite N.E. quarter section
25, $175 an acre, thud cash.
35 Acres section 30 block 5 N.R.I, west, 10 chains
on Hjorth Road and 35 chains back. $575 an
acre, one quarter caah.
Reid, Curtis & Dorgan
60S Colombia St. Telephone *65
*************************************************
Some Special Snaps
Auction Sale
. We have received Instructions to
;sell by public auction on the city market on
FRIDAY, SEPT. 2, 1910
at 10 a.m., contents of a newly furnished house:
One Dorothy organ, three bedroom
suites, one beautiful sideboard, one
china cabinet, one large plate glass
mirror, six chairs, live tables, pic
ures, one sewing machine, thtee
heds. springs and mattresses, all good
is new; and other articles too numerous to mention.
Goods on view Friday morning at
the city market.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer
Walker Block, Columhla St., City.
f  THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY-
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of  this  property.    $350  each.   Terms.
TO 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.
Chocolates!
A Fresh Supply
of Webb's Just
Arrived.
W >.N> >'_
TJ.
SCO.
DISPENSING CHEMIST3
Deane  Block���Four Door*  East
ef Bank of Montreal.
pTTTT
Every Young
Man and
Young Woman
Attending tins !
Institution is
insured a
'I'"!"1!
z       c
c
" Square
Deal"
Every Student
Has Tlie
Hearty
Co-Operation
Of The
Instructors
Of This
Institution
Our refute
tlon with
the business
community
has been,
I 2 3
'"'"���'������'I uli
Th> Westminster Modern Business Sc
610 Columbia Street. A. L. Bouck, Prin
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
CANADIAN
PACIFIC  RAILWAY
CO.
IVE      Uc     A
Pau
5   instea
Commencing Sunday, Aug
train for Kootenayi St.
cago will leave at 15:1
.6)26.
fasten, ers for f'"lf
Harnet can leuve al 1��
at Port Moody al Is -
iigent.
21, H'e'
and CM
Moody       .
IB and an f
Ed. QooW.
Trv  a  "WANT-
TRIAL   It will brine r����nltJ
ul in
The
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