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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
JOLUMB 5,
NUMBER
111 DISCUSSION OF
MOSES' MASTERPIECE
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TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
WESTMINSTER
THURSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER
19 in.
PRICE FIVE  CENTS.
ldermen Decide to Have
Full Report Before Them
Before They Tackle it.
71.e suspense that has hung over
1. ( n -.- while it lias been waiting to
fear tlie discussion of Moses B. Cots-
lorth's report, an event which was
bbeduled to take place last evening,
till liang for two weeks more ut
und time will determine how
Hich longer.
[ The council met last night and for
Le most part maintained a discreet
lience and 'ben adjourned, the cause
,!c adjournment being that the
���Tinted copy of the report which the
Ild.; men were supplied with, was not
aiiiplete copy, and lt was advisable
Biat every alderman should have a
lull copy of the report and the differ-
exhlblts in his hands before any
discussion was entered on. Alderman
ardine moved and Alderman Welsh
conded the motion which thus end-
,��� the meeting.
Alderman Gilley Opposes Reading.
The meeting had aroused consider-
Itiie interest and there was a fair
Bzed audience in the benches when
llavor I.ee declared tlie meeting open.
Llderman Gilley was the flrst to take
i stand and It was an uncompromising
ne. "I move that the whole report,
kith the exception of those parts
{larked ���exhibits,' be struck out,'' he
aid.
Alderman Gilley went on to read a
|. ��� in   portion   of   the  report   which
Jeal!  with a check, which  was suited
|r. tbe reiiort not to have been ret urns' bj the city solicitor when it should
lave 1 een, but Mayor Lee ruled him
. : order on the grounds that there
s no motion before the council.
Silence.
There was a dead silence for sev-
k        linutes.   Then Alderman Jardine
luggested   that   the   aldermen   Should
|ave a complete report befoie discuss-
lg it at all.
Mayor  Lee���Do  you  think  we can
:..- . ii in a night ?
Alderman Jardine���I don't think we
..:  finish it in a year.
���  man    Bryson   remarked   that
tudltor   had   gone   away   for   a   short
ii :,nd would be hack:  it might be
to postpone the discussion until
hi!   ���   irn.
Silence Again.
Then followed another long silence
���iir.il not a sound was heard save the
Ei ��� tins Ol wheezy chronometers as
I ��� spelled off the precious seconds
I;:. the vest pockets of the disinterest-
led aldermen.
Mayor Lee. who appeared to be
Is ewhat nervous when the meeting
ktarted, began to recover his aplomb.
"There are statements made in the
Ireport which must be proved or withdrawn," said he. "The responsible
Ipartles must take the consequence.
JThere are things I cannot prove with
phi Information at my disposal, but 1
|tl,ir.k we can discuss this now."
Alderman Bryson���I move we take
lit up clause by clause.    If we do not
J finish  it  by the  flrst  of January  we
I nm hand lt over to the new council.
There was no seconder.
No Time for  Discussion.
Aldunian Johnston suggested    that
tlie matters in the report relating to
the financial condition of the city and
to Improved methods of bookkeeping
I be taken up, but he said he could not
Make the time to discuss it If it took
| till the  first  of  the  year.    He  said
that ihere were a lot of things in the
reporl which could have been left out.
In ! is opinion the report was some-
W.al   spoiled   by   the Introduction    of
Irrelevant matter.
Aulcrman Bryson thought his way
would he about as quick. The report
could he read and ir anything Irrelevant wns found it need not be dis-
cussed.
More Silence.
Mayor    Lee���Surely    we    are
afiail of the report,    lf there is
thing  wrong  with  it  we can  find  it
out but let us do something.
Alderman Jardine���I move that
���very member of the council be provided with a full copy of the report
and of all the exhibits and that It be
taken up later at a meeting of the
committee of the whole.
Alderman Welsh seconded the motion. I
Alderman Gilley said that the publication of the rest of the report seem-
*��������� tn hlm to be an unnecessary   expense. |
Alderman Bryton Speaks.
Alderman     Bryson     provided   the
Meeting with the only bit of oratory
attempted,    He thought they should
K" ahead  at  once.    The  report  had
���en hanging lire long   enough   und
there were others besides tbe alder-
""���n interested  In    It.    He    thought
there were things besides tho exhibits
wliich were interesting.    He did not
think it necessary to be anxious about
"'���*' I .St installment as the council had
Plenty to keep lt going In the mean-
lllnu     "ti           ��f  iho tlilnya
SERVICE ON 1 RAM LINE TO
BE INCREASED NEXT WEEK
All  Available  Cars   Will   Be     in     Use
Between   Vancouver and   Westminster During Exhibition.
The B. ( . ]-;.  R. is maWng prep
one to carry the big crowd to the
Westminster exhibition next week
Un the Vancouver run. all the avail!
ahle cars will be run. Thev will leave
every half hour aud at some hours of
tbe day as many as lour or five cars
will  come over at the same time
From Langley and Chilliwack thee
will be trains every day. Thev leave
Chilliwack at eight ln the morning
and five in the afternoon and arrive
at eleven and eight. Leaving Westminster at the same hours the fair
visitors will be landed in Chilliwack
again at eleven o'clock at night if thev
so desire.
From Langley, the service which
was inaugurated some time ago, will
be continued. The Eburne line will
be used to handle a large part of the
crowd.
The company are having posters advertising the excursions placed all
along the line.
i*****************. *********************
��� Liberal Meeting Tonight ���
���   ,.
��� A meeting of the Liberals o; New Westminster and district, will   *
��� be held at the Liberal Club rooms, above the Daily  News office,    at    ���
��� eight o'clock tonight. ���
��� A representative attendance is desired. ���
��� J. W. Weart, of West Burnaby, will deliver    an address,    after   ���
��� which he wlll seek an expression of opinion from the meeting on a   ���
��� proposition of importance to tbe Liberals of British Columbia. ���
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MEN MUST FACE CHARGE
OF STARTING BUSK FIRES
WEARY Of THIS I %
MAN SWALLOWS .ML
Five Residents of Strawberry Hill    to
Face Stipendiary  Magistrate on American Makes A    -ITipt tO
THIRSTY BRIGADE GOES
ON SHORT TIME TODAY
INVEST   IN B. C. TIMBER.
Seattle Men Buy Extensive Limits on
Copper   River.
Seattle,   Sept.   28.���Three    hundred
million feet of timber in British   Columbia have just been purchased byl
Carstens  &   Karles. according   to   an!
announcement     made    yesterday    by
Henry  Carstens.    The  timber   is  on!
the Copper river, close to the Grand j
Trunk   Pacific   railroad,  on   a  stream
tributary to tbe  Skeena  river.      Mr.
Carstens says it yas purchased as an
Investment.
CORPSE TRAVELS FREE
ON PASS HELO IN LIFE
Hotel    Bars    Will    Close    at    Eleven
O'Clock Tonight, If Bylaw Goes
Into Effect at Once.
The bars will close at eleven o'clock
tonight. At least the by-law to that
effect conies into force today and if
Mayor Lee gives Chief Bradshaw instructions to see that they are closed
early tonight, they will be closed. Up
to late last night Chief Bradshaw had
received no instructions.
For the first time in flfty years the
thirsty nlghthawk will not be able to
have his midnight smile and there
will be weeping and wailing, etc.
Three hours cut off a man's drinking
schedule might have a serious effect,
but the city council has decided to
risk that.
The hotel men are rather put out
that they were not given until after
fair time before the law went into
force, but they are bowing to the inevitable  with  a goo.1  grace.
REFUGEES FROM CHOLERA
DISTRICT MENACE AMERICA
Paris Warns United States    of    Emigrants from  Plague-Stricken  Italy
Now Embarking at Genoa.
Paris, Sept. 28.���Private advices
from Italy assert that emigrants from
cholera-infected districts of that
country are being embarked at Genoa
for America and their original starting point concealel.
Widow of John Chadwick Insists that
Husband Travel on  Frank in
Death as He Had Alive.
not
any-
Seattle. Sept. 'JS.���Claiming that
her deceased husband was just as
much entitled to travel on a free pass
as when he was alive. Mrs. John
Chadwick. of Black Bay. on the Hood
canal, staggered L. K. Purcell, of the
steamship State of Washington, by refusing to pay frebs.it on his corpse,
wliich she had brought to the vess
for shipment to Seattle.
"My husband had a Tree pass cn tut
State of Washington when he was
alive," she said to Purser Purcell.
"and no one is going to prevent him
travelling on It when he is dead, poor
fellow."
Mrs. Chadwick bad placed her husband's body in its coffin on the steamship, and Purcell, who is one of the
most considerate officers in the service of the Puget Sound Navigation
company, hesitate.! to order it put
ashore when she refused to pay
charge.
He reasoned with the widow, telling
her that she really ought to pay the
regular charge, and much as he personally would like to oblige ber hy
allowing the corpse to travel on free,
he was only a purser and had no
choice In the matter.
A crisis was rapidly approaching
when Purcell, deciding to let the
higher officials of the company settle
the matter, wired to L. A. Miller,
freight and passenger agent for the
Puttet Sound Navigation company.
An examination of the records satisfied Miller that Chadwick, who had a
lumber tract at Hlack Bay, beld a life
pass.
When Purcell read t]>e freight
agent's reply telegram. "Let the
corpse travel free und collect pass,"
the widow heaved a sigh of satisfaction and said she knew she would
win out.
More Honor for Hon. Mr. Fielding.
London, Sept. 28.���W. A. Hewins,
secretary of the tariff commission,
states that it is evident that the trade
commissioner's report owes a great
deal to Hon. Mr. Fielding, who is one
if the great men of the empire and
typically English, ln the way he
Kindled the tariff question he wins
added esteem. The policy an.! principles upon which mutual preference
should be arranged, as enunciated b>
Mr. Fielding and bis confreres, aie
the accepted policy of the Unionist
party.
Rome, Sept. 28.���Notwithstanding
that the widespread nature of the
cholera infection at Naples is known
to the public, the official report yesterday announced only flve cases and
three deaths in the entire province of
Naples in the last twenty-four hours,
three cases and one death ln the district of Apulia and one death from
the disease in the province of Foggia.
No new cases are reported in the
city of Rome.
Dispatches from Sicily report violent scenes there, the peasants everywhere opposing tbe work of the sanitary officials.
Serious Accusation Today.
Five men, residents in the vicinity
of Strawberry Hill, will appear in
the police court this morning to answer a charge of lighting fires in the
bush near their homes. It is alleged
that tbe fires these men started were
the cause of some of the most disastrous blazes that occurred ln Surrey
during the past month. The information is laid by Flre Ranger Pbipps, in
the employ of the provincial government.
The fires are now reported to be
pretty well under control. Flre Hanger
Armstrong reported yesterday that
there were still some smoldering fires
and in tbe event of a high wind they
might become dangerous. However
the timber officials expect no further
trouble from fires this year. The
weather during the past few days has
been cool and damp and lt Is doubtful
if the fires would run in the busli even
I if the wind did come up.
Crown Timber Agent Leamy stated
yesterday that considering the dryness of the season the government
had come off very lightly. The amount
Of valuable timber destroyed in tbis
district was small and even further up
the country the damage was not as
great as it has been in former years.
The result is due partly to luck, but
in the main to the good work of the
Dominion government tire rangers
who systematically patrolled the
woods where there were logging
operations in progress and also kept a
strict watch for fires along tbe rail
road tracks.
End His Troubles ^Prefers
Lockup to Hospiiai.
Naples, Sept. 28.���The Duchess of
Aosta paid a visit to the cholera
patients in the hospital yesterday and
spoke words of encouragement to each
of the sufferers.
HUDSON   BAY   STORES
TO HAVE NEW SYSTEM
London. Sept. .8.���Herbert Bur-
hriige says he intends to take Harrow's stores here as a model for the
H Json Bay company's shops ln Canada. He foresees a great future in
Canada for the system of shopping
by post.
TiOPERTY WRECKER WHILE
MONARCH HE MEN RIOT
BRAKEMAN GIVES LIFE
TO SAVE PASSENGER TRAIN
Dynamite and Fire Play an Important  James Cairns, of Medicine Hat, Averts
Part in Labor Clash in Colorado
���One Fatality  Reported.
Buena Vista. Colo., Sept. 28.���One
man is reported killed and considerable property destroyed by dynamtte
and fire as a result of a riot among
miners at Monarch mining camp,
thirty-five mi'.es from here, this morning.
The telephone and telegraph wires
are down, apparently as a result or
the fires.
Wreck at Swift Current at
Supreme Cost.
<
Swift Current, Sept. 28.���Brakeman
James Cairns, of Medicine Hat, was
killed under his freight train here. He
gave his life to safe a passenger train
from colliding with the rear end of
the freight which was about to foul
off the main line. As he turned the
angle cock to set the air brakes he
fell beneath the car and was crushed
to death.
Daughter of Mormon and Jap
are Principals in Mesalliance
.Uta��.   "There are some of tbe things
ln ������ 'bat 1 do not understand and    I
���IPPOBS Alderman Gilley does not un-
Jteratand, and we all want light.    If
V"- people of New Westminster do not
kn��w how they stand with the outside
*"?Hd It is time they did."
When I was away���"
Out of OrdsK
���Mayor Leo���You ar^out of order.
Ilk
Al(icrnian Bryson���Let us go into it
,e ">eh,  and  if  we   find anything
wrong, let us dismiss the responsible
officials and obtain competent men. I
mar be out of order, but there is not
much going on here just now.
Mayor Lee���Well, start something.
Alderman   Bryson���We   sit   around
hero without opening ouV mouths and
then when we do start to talk we are
called to order, but that's all right
"Don't let us try to hide this thing
away or the people will say that there
is something wrong."
Alderman Bryson was given a
hearty round of applause by the audience "when he had finished.
Alderman Gilley remarked that Alderman Bryson had said that he did
not have enough brains to understand
the report, but be did understand tt
and the rubbish was run In. with the
mutter which might be of use. so that
"t   was   almost   impossible to segre-
^Aldernmn .lohnston ^JfJ^
��� Alderman Jardine name a date  or the
meeting-before he would vo e for his
I      and  Alderman  Jardine  specl-
fled two weeks from then, Wednesday,
JKmM Jardlne's motion to have
the full report printed and the meet-
_l adlourned -for two weeks carried
wBh only Alderman *^j**%
8*alnst it-   Alderman GlUej dl.l   not
vote.
Seattle. Sept. 28.���Rayda Reed, an
American girl, daughter of a well-to-
do  Mormon I'tah farmer,    living    in
1 Salt Lake, and Kunio Toda, her
Japanese lover, who were refused   a
' marriage license in Seattle yesterday,
weie married    this    morning    by    a
I Japanese minister in   Tacoma,   after
I having heen granted a license to wed
by County Auditor W. A. Stewart, of
Pierce county. The ceremony was
pet formed by Rev. A. Takahasht. of
Tacoma, who had    accompanied    the
| pair to the Pierce county court house.
| On the ground that Seattle was being made notorious as a haven of
���el'uge for unnaturally mated couples,
who were unable to wed elsewhere,
King County Auditor Otto F. Case yes-
terday refused to issue a license to
Toda and his white sweetheart.    He
i further slated that be would Inves I-
Itate the case and unless compelled to
by law would not alter his decision.
I 'Toda sought a well known firm of
lawvers yesterday in order to try
aud force Case to issue the license,
but after looking into the case, the
firm refused to accept lt.
Toda anl his bride were shelte ed
In the Fuji hotel, a Japanese rooming
house, at 423 Maynard'-avenue. where
i every precaution was taken to prevent
; their whereabouts being known To
escape publicity the couple fled to
Tacoma last night, after deciding to
,-lve up the attempt to force Case to
Issue a license.
The night was spent In Tacoma and
las soon as the door of the marriage
1 license clerk opened    this    morning,
'thev presented themselves, accompanied by Rev. TakahasbLand obtained a license without the slightest difficulty. , ...   .   -
Guy   Turner,   a   young   American.
j spent the night in the police cells lasL
' night after trying to take his lire by
swallowing a small phial of iodine iu
| his room at the Cosmopolitan hotel.
;    A  little before six    o'clock Turuer
i was heard  groaning in  his room  by
some  of the employees of  the hotel
and on going in they found him lying,
on the bed with the empty bottle lying
beside him.    Dr. Hall and Police Constable Rhodes were at once sent for.
The doctor gave the would-be suicide
an emetic and the man will recover.
He was taken to the' Royal Columbian
hospital,   but   refused   to   stay   there
and   on    the   recommendation of the
doctor was taken back to the police
station.    It will depend somewhat on
his condition whether be is allowed to
go this morning.
Turner is only twenty-three years.
of age and comes from Glenville. West
Virginia. Three weeks ago he was
operated on for appendicitis in Kamloops and has complained of pains in
his side since then. Since he came
here a few weeks ago be has been
working in the Walsh Sash and Door
factory. He has no relatives living:
here.
SUMMERLAND SENDS BAND.
RICH GOLD STRIKE
EXCITES SEWARD
Marvelous Placer Discoveries Are Reported  on the  Kenai   River���
Once Passed Over.
Seward, Alaska, Sept. 28.���Seward
is excited over marvelous placer discoveries on Kenai rtv*;r. Gold has
been found in black slate formation
heretofore overlooked by prospectors
and accidentally struck by George
Cunningham. Frank Cotter, a news-1
paper man. formerly of Olympia, re-1
turned from a trip from the mouth to
the source of the river, and declares
It to be the greatest dredging proposition in Alaska, and will pay to
dredge the entire distance. The gold
originates on Copper creek, near the
head of Kenai. The Kenai Mining &. |
Milling company, which has boen
operating several years on Copper
creek, now discover that they were
passing by the richest ground, which
was in slate formation, on the bench.
They have struck ground yielding $5
to the cubic yard. Several deals are I
on. The river is staked from source
to mouth.
Okanagan Musicians Will Play at
Royal City Exhibition.
Penticton, B. C, Sept. 28.���Summer-
land is preparing to send down one of
the best bands in the Okanagan district to the provincial exhibition at
New Westminster. The band has beeu
practicing assiduously for the past
three weeks and should he in tine
shape by October. The Penticton band
will not be In shape early enough tiiis
fall to take part in any of the coast
exhibitions, but considering the short
time that the members have been
practicing tlie band is coming along
remarkably well. Bandmaster Williams lias been working hard on the
raw material and when the boya get
on the finishing touches there should
be no better musical organization in
the district, it is said.
KITCHEN   CABINET   FAKE.
LIMIT HAT PINS
.TO NINE INCHES
It is tbe intention of the couple to
take the next steamship for Japan,
where they intend to visit Toda's
father, a wealthy Japanese wine merchant of Tokyo. Japanese residents
of Seattle, wbo are familiar with the
case, state! today that. Toda probably
was taking bis bride to Japan to see
if she would be recognized by his
father. It appears that Japanese parents are, as a rule, unwilling to have
their sons marry white girls and oppose unions whenever possible.
I If the Japanese father refuses to
greet the bride when she comes to
him with her husband, she loses her
standing as a wife. Among those of
the younger generation, these mixed
marriages are looked on in a different
light and the Japanese who is the possessor of a white wife Is the envy of
his yellow brethren. T^iere have been
several cases of Japanese of no little
standing ln tlieir own country, whose
American brides have been rejected
by Japanese parents, among these being a Japanese consul ln England,
who after wedding an English girl,
i was forced to divorce her, because his
father did not sanction the match.
I Whether Toda's father will object
to the marriage of the Reed girl to
bis son is not known, as the old man
has not yet been Informed of the
match.
| Nothing further has been learned
today concerning Tsunejlro Tanaka, a
| Japanese, and Edythe Rolemyer, a
, white girl, who also were refused a
: marriage license yesterday, shortly
', after Toda had been turned away. Up
.until noon today, no application for a
license bad been made ln Tacoma by
'the pair, wbo are now believed to be
ion their way to Victoria.
Pittsburg. Sept. 28.���City Comptroller Justice Morrow, to whom the
mayor referred the preparation of
the "hatpin ordinance" which is to be
submitted in the city councils Monday night, consulted a number of legal
lights yesterday. They opposed the
proposed law, but most of the lawyers
thought a prison penalty might be attached for violations instead of a $10
fine. Tbe measure proposed that any
woman wearing in public a hat pin
more than nine inches long be subject
to arrest and fine.
Women held indignation meetings
in street cars and at the matinees yesterday. Two enterprising jewelles
hung out signs: "Hatpins clipped an 1
resharpened without charge," but up
to six o'clock neither tutd a sinjjlo
customer.
Police Superintendent McQualde
this afternoon refused to commit himself as to whether he favored equipping the police with pliers to snip off
hatpins that are over the prescribed
length.
It is practically certain that the
measure will be enacted.
Famous Swindle Worked All Over the
Coast  Has Echo  in   Montesano.
Montesano, Sept. 28.���Four witnesses, all victims of the famous
kitchen cabinet swindle, in which
Chehalis county business men were
fleeced out of more than $60,000 last
year, were before the Chehalis county
grand jury today.
Testimony as to methods of operating and later developments ln the case
were feiven. L. McTaggart and companions, of Hoqulam, testify that they
settled with the head men of the
cabinet company for 87 cents on the
dollar.
They had Invested $21,000 In state
lights for California, Oregon and
Montana. Aberdeen business men reported that they have settled at the
rate of 50 cents on the dollar, the
other half to be paid them when the
state of Oregon was resold to other
victims. Smaller victims were not
given any percentage back, but are
waiting an opportunity to institute,
proceedings.
Other witnesses were C. W. Smith.
N. G. Wheeler and E. W. Blemfortlv.
It ls possible that the jury will complete its work this week.
CHILDREN   FIND GOLD
NUGGETS   IN  TIN  BOX
Atlln, B. C Sept. 28.���Decayed by
niarked nuggets, John P. Lamb, an
employee of the Columbia Gold Mining company here, was capt ure .1 by
the local police who were investigating the mysterious disappearance of
some of the company's gold. Little
children playing about Lamb's cabin
led the way, finding several nuggets
ln a tobacco tin. When arrested La:nl>
disclosed to the pollce tbe hiding
place of nuggets to tbe value ot
$1000. He has been committed for
trial.
PROPOSAL   18   RADICAL.
SUCCESSFUL FAIR.
Langley   Municipality   Puts   Up  Good
Exhibition This Year.
The Langley fair, which   was   held
' yesterday, was one of the best the
society has held ln yeurs.   The stock
I part of the exhibition was excellent
and    was    far   superior to any    the
I society ever held before.
j    The vegetable showing was not ns
��� good as it has been ln former years,
' owing to the fact that there was a
frost in  August which hindered    the
| growth of all roots. The frost came
on August 24 anl was general all over
the province. There was no direct
effect from the frost at the time, but
there is no doubt that it Interfered to
some extent with the full maturing of
the vegetables.
The exhibition was opened by F. J.
MacKenzie and was attended by a
large number of visitors trom New
Westminster and Vancouver.
Australian Cabinet Would Nationalize
AM Industries.
Melbourne, Sept. 28.���The new
Fisher administration apparently It,
determined that Australian p.titles
shall not reach a dead level of dullness. The latest proposal of the cabinet is that all monopolies shall be-
nationalized and all Industrial authority throughout the commonwealth
shall be vested in the federation.
This ambitious program it is intended to submit to the electors by means
of referenda. The people will be aak-
ed to approve or reject the proposal*
and afterwards legislation based on
the people's decision wlll be brought
before the parliament.
1 It Is proposed to hold the referenda
in April next. From the present data
until then a stirring platform campaign will be organized on both side*
and a bitter conflict may be look*)
for.
i' A factor complicating the situation
is the fact that the state government*
wish to retain control of the factories,
within their respective boundatlea.
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, 8EPTEM
BER
Classified Advertisemeats iREAL   ESTATE
FIVE   TIMES   MARR--.3
AND   YET  "COMES   BACK.'
WANTED.
IVANTED���A VOL'.NG WOMAN AT
once; s-ood wages to the right person.    Apt ly  Royal City tiye works.
WANTED ��� GIRL FOR LIGHT
house work.    Apply 416 Ash stieet. j
WA N TI:D���110 L SBWORK BY BX-
perienced gin. Address A. L., Dally
News.
WANTED���WORK BY A JAPANESE
school boy, mornings and evenings,
housework or otherwise Addi ess
Japanese Mission, P. O. Box 2**'i,
city.
WANTED���SITUATION BY STEADY
Young man in office or stoie. Reply
to IL P., News office.
WANTED���A YOUNG LADY TO
sell tickets at the roller rink. Good
wages. Apply to Harry TWy, Columbia street.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St
New   Westminster.   B.   C.
Branch Office      - Kamloops, B.C
FIVE ACRES in the Kennedy subdivision, close to car line. Price
$:.'1U per acre. One-thir! cash, balance six and twelve months.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
JSIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
8, prairie land. Price $1-5 per acre;
one-third cash, balance one and
two years. IL'04-A.)
THIRTY ACRES in section 36, block
5 north, range 1 west, twenty acres
cleared, with new house and barn;
good water. Price $210 per acre.
Terms     over     eighteen      months.
(1T5-A.)
,1
WANTED���A STRONG COMPETENT
girt for general housework. Good
wages to the right girL   Apply 820
Second stieet.
���WANTED ���SMALL RANCH. IM-
proved, with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Fu.l
particulars to Vancouter Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east
ENGLISH WOMAN
seeks    work    by    day.
Cornwall street.
(WIDOW)
Apply 1020
FIFTY acres in section 32, block 5
north, range 2 west, N. W. D.; ab
solutely the best subdividing proposition in Port Mann district today. Why ? The terms are one-
fifth cash, and the balance over
TEN YEARS, with interest at 6 per
cent. (221-A.)
WANTED���LOAN OK $2500 ON 1M-
proved city property before October
1.   Write Box O. K-, News office.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
first class lady clothes ironers and
two shirt polishers; two dollars per
day and fare. Electric Lace tc Silk
laundry, Yancouver.
WANTED���TEN  GIRLS AT    ONCE;
apply  Royal City steam Jaundry.
WANTED���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR
a few hours daily, by English lady.
Apply Mrs. Wixey, 320 Columbia
street.
W ANTED ��� HOUSEK E E PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  123  Third avenue.
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 ~~
10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
section 19, township 2. $200 per
acre; one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per cent, in
terest. (201-A.)
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
S. on Newton road. $150 per acre
Terms over two years. (91-A.)
Chicago. Sept. 28.���Granville M.
Law, real estate broker, is a living
refutation of the statement that a
man never "conies back." Married
five times, divorced four, and with the
fifth divorce pending. Law will "come
hack" again and marry Charlotte
Jackson, a New York girl.
In addition to his marital bouts.
Law has been sued once for $25,0000
for alleged breach of promise, hut
earned a draw decision from the
courts hy going into bankruptcy.
"I was married the first time in IS
���, well, quite a few years ago," said
Law, today. "And really I forgot the
name of my first wile. I will disprove
the charges brought by the present
Mrs. Law, and after securing a divorce on my cross-complaint, will marry Miss Jackson. She will be the
last."
Law said Miss Jackson was a
"brick." and had offered to come here
from New York and second him in liis
court bout with his wife.
ANCIENT   CHURCH   ON
MOUNT   OF   OLIVES
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Her  wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at  2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
, r-.v^   Returning to  New  Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:.10 a.hi. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to cl ange without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
School Supplies
AND   EVF.UVTHlN(,|
YOU NEED
A T
M0REYS
665-���Columbia Street^
New Westminster, B.C.
London, Sept. 28.���Advices from
Jerusalem are to the effect that recent, excavations of the summit of the
Mount of Olives resulted in the dl*
covery of the remains of a Christian
���hnrch dating from about the year
330, The floor of the nave is still
buried. That of the transepts is entirely exposed. It is of mosaic and is
perfectly preserved. There is a baptismal pool in the south transept. This
is taken to be the place where Christ
taught the disciples how to pray.
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Cafee'Icing
Chocolate, Pink. White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut   Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CC���  Ltd.. TORONTO
LANGLEY
FIVE acre tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil in Lan. ley dis
tricts. cleared and in a high state
of cultivation; tram line runnin.
through the property; g-wd roads
on all sides. Pi ice $175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Cal!
and get particulars.
SALE ��� GASOL1NK
i.    Terms   to arrange.
P.OAT
Thirty
iTHE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
! Head  Office
FOR
S1-U'1'. <   '���       ������'���:��� .������     .: i.  > ������i>,--.* -���������-. _
five    feet    over    all,     nine      foot \ *��<* ��*ice       "t      ��1 Columbia St
beam. 30 inches drought, with cabin, i New Westminster, B   C.
easy to carry six tons freight:  sea- j 3ranchOff.ee     -     -     Kamloops, B.C
faring,    strong,    well    built    boat; , ���
just one    year old.    Fifteen    horsi j yrC.%]Nj|-.r>v      QDnc ,Tn
power Ferro double cylinder engine I MUNlNCLJI       tSKUo.,     LIU.
with extra attachment   of    storage   (Successors to Hale Bros. &. Kennedy.
battery, dynamo, electric light, etc. Limited.)
All complete and in good condition.
a     i..T   n   oi ;������k��� , Over  Merchants   Bank, Cor. Columbia
Apply to C. Slnnobu.
and Begbie Sts.
FOR SALK���FOUR LOTS INSIDE OF i New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
city  limits,  near  Sixth street    c
line. Price $250 each. .100 cash
each. Terms arranged. Apply J..
Daily Xews office.
FOR SALE���FIVE ACRES LN CITY
limit, all cleared, $7i.'0 per acre for
this month, $500 cash. Murakami,
P. O. Box 2110, Vancouver.
FOR    SALK���CASH    RKGISTKR,   lSjOver Merchants Bank, Cor. Columbia
inches wide, double key board, first 1 and   Begbie  Sts.
class condition.    Cheap.    Apply Ira ' New Westminster. B. C.      Phone 335
A.   Reid,   Columbia  street,  next  to | ^_���___mmm^^^mm^mmmmmm^^
FOR city, residential and business
property, farm and fruit lands.
water frontaae, and B. C. Electric
and Canadian Northern railway terminal acreage, apply to
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
tram office.
FOR SALK���FIVK ROOM COTTAGE.
nearly new, electric light, half minute to car. Price $1500, cash $200.
balance $20 per month. Box W. S.,
Daily Xews.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER.
Beven room modern bouae on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street. New
Westminster, B. C.
TO RENT.
FOR      RENT ��� MODERN      SEVEN
roomed furnished house an Queens
.avenue, near park.    Fine cellar and
stable.      Apply    Kellington    Bros,
Northern  Crown bank.    Phone 080.
PORT MANN
LARGE LOTS (66x132) on Johnson
road; .200 eac.r, $10.00 cash, $10.00
per month.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.
FOR RENT���AN OFFICK AT NO. 10
Begbie street.    Apply on premises.
TO LKT���Fl.'RNISHKI) ROOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
OTJRNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 718 Trow street.
TO LET���FURNISHES) ROOMS. AP-
ply    upstairs Trapp   block,   coiner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
KOOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitahle for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.
LAND  ACT.
New Westminster Land District.   District of  New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile northeast from the
bead of Billings bay, and about 40
fhain= easterly from the southeast
COrne" of timber lot number 37341,
���hence north 40 chains, thence east
10 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence west. 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 20, 1910.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED BED
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
.nfter ti p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
o p. in. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
street.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room  suitable for two.    Handy to
'business section.    Apply 1�� Tenth
���street.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held ln Odd Fellowa' Hall, cor-
tier Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
���every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting   brethren  cordially  invited
'to attend.   W. H. West, N.C.; W. C.
'Coatham, P.O.. recording secretary;
J. \V. MacDonald, financial secretary
FT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
T'MrE
���IN���
(O A I I V
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE notice that, I, William Robert Dick, of Vancouver. B. C; occupation real estate dealer, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing ut a post planted
about twenty chains north from the
southwest corner of Timber Lease!
38700, Texada Island, thence west
eighty chafns, thence south eighty
chains, thence east eighty chains,
thence north eighty chains to point of
commencement, containing 640 acrea
more or less.
WILLIAM   ROBERT   DICK.
Vancouver, B. C, September 6,
1910. .
A JAPANESE REAL ESTATE AND
RELIABLE LABOR AGENCY
NEW* Tel. 57X
J. WADA,
13 Blackie St.
ONE MINUTE!
Mr. Non-Advertiser
IN the matter of advertising we are
after your business. The Daily
News, Westminster's Morning Paper,
is the medium through which the merchants and business men set forth to
the public what they have to offer
them during the day.
The Daily News is delivered to all
parts of the city before breakfast time
and is read by all citizens before they
commence their daily occupations. The
busy housewife snatches a few minutes
to glance over the various bargains
offered for the day and arranges her
household purchases accordingly.
If you are a "Doubting Thomas "
our advertising man will set you right
The way to get business is to advertise*
Advertising is the life of trade and if
you, Mr. Non-Advertiser, whatever the
nature of your business, desire to sell
some particular line, a snap in realty,
or a new variety of goods, as the case
may be, what better can you do than
advertise in the morning paper.
THE DAILY NEWS
WESTMINSTER'S MORNING PAPER
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C,
Telephone  R  113. Office: pri,
THE
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
' Many People who have!
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a!
bank account.
The Hank of Toronto
offers to all such people I
the   facilities   of their I
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly.
"'���'siness   Accounts   opened
o.-.  favorable  terras.   ::  5
INCORPORATED 1855
T ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW   WESTMINSTE. ,   B. ft
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
White Star-Doming
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURE"Ti��-
Trlple  Si-rev.    14.^1 .***������
S.S. MEGAMi^. Th
Twin ecr';w, H.TO0 torn. W
largest ^nd most modern. *J
commodalon equal to any crow
Ing (he Atlantic.
For ft.lt*- and Tickets Apply10
E. GOULET,
C. P   \ Passen^. Station
NL* WESTMINSTER
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKINO.   .. ,.
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furnltui.- Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds,
39 Alexander St.
EGG SI
Green Cut Bone to
Your Chickens Uy
Central Meat
BOWELL 4 ODDY .
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth
PHONE 370. |
For all kinds of
JOB  PRINTIN��|
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   PorC*
Mr.. E. M. Dom My P ri|
near The Dally News Co., 60��
Street.
Try | "WANT" ad in The ^*
It wlll bring reaulU. ,SDAY, SEPTEMBER  29, 1910.
mk of Montreal
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THI'.EE.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
IplTAL
ISERVE
throughout
in
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
At
cultui
hold
Minimi
Canada
London,
fjncbe.
Ljoundland, arm
Sew Vork, Chicago and Bpokane
i   and   Mexico   City.    A  goner;.
meeting of the ami-;
' societies of British Columbia,
ID Victoria in January last, datei
and;       M 8 tairs tbroughoul the Province
Eng- were arranged as follows:
BIG PULPWOOD SUPPLY
IN ANCIENT COL0N\
Mail Service
,.,,,.    business
0I Credit Issue
fresl"
ndents in
transacted,
i. available
all    parts of
Let-
with
the
Cha
r!es M.
Firs
Victoria
���V  and  S.
Circuit.
.Sept.
vlngs Bank Dapartment���Deposits
tj.ei in sums of .1 tind upward,
[interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
J,.,,, (present rale).
loud Assets over  $186,000,000.00
irfj WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
C. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Saanlch Oct
Second   Circuit.
Agassiz       Sept :
Third    Circuit.
ept
to Oct, 1
. 7 and 8
Pepper, U. S. Commercial
Adviser.  Has Been  Sizing  Up the
Resources of Newfoundland.
and
Kamli
Summerland
 Oct. 17 and is
Fourth Circuit.
Sun ey
Langhy
Ebui ne
Halifax, Sept, 28.���Charles M. Pen.
P1 ��� commercial advertiser to the
L'nited States government, has re-
! to 30 turned from Newfoundland, where he
has spenl the pasl week. The United
State government has been sufficient-
interested in the pulpwood supply
Westminster
[ransf er Co.
.Sept
..Sept. 27
. .Sept. 2S
29 tind 30
lie
p. one llfc      Barn
Columbia  8treet
���xfi-'f.*'   delivered    promptly     -y
any part ot the city.
jht and Heavy Hauling
0.  FICE���TRftM   OFPm
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday,   steamer Transfer
pur.n., ih   '""'"    Brackman-Ker's    wharf   at    2
Phone 137 ;,,,. ,    ,.,,,.���.��� .       -u (,(,_ts.
tardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
f   Westminster Trttst Building
New Westminster, B. C.
E51 Residence  Phone  133
HOSPITAL
\ iVestminster P.'vate Hospital.
Townsend v. t. Maternity
lliit.d non-contagious medical
least B accepted. Terms from
weekly. For further particu-
liars apply to Hospital. Tele-
I:    ne 756.
English watchmaker
old Watc'aes for Ladi.-s from |12/5
gents' open face
gents'  open
III ver Watches,
to.
fer Watches,  gents'  open   case.
tO up,
Igent    for    Waltham   and     Klgin
Itch tS.
Vatch repairing a specialty.
F.  CRAKE
lo Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
IGASOLINE ENGINES
to  '-
and
11.  P.
Cycle.
Local  Agents
i Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
'.h   St.,   New   Westminster.
Ter
For Sale
Sis ii.one l house, all mode n,
on Sixth avenue.   Price $2625,
Nice eighl n omed cottage i a
Nanaimo street.   Price $1680.
Two Btorey seven roomed
house on Mowat street, on full
Bii ed lot. Lovely view of river.
Price $2700 for quick sale.
Bight roomed house on Allan
street. Sapperton. on full sized
lot.   Price $1650.
Beautiful five roomed hunfja-
low, modern and well finished,
on Sherbrooke street. Price
$3200.
The foregoing are bul a few
of the many snap values we
lm\�� for Bale. Act quickly. Call
and ijee us.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,   B.   C.
GENERAL  AGENTS���
The   Pacific   Coast
surance Co.
The     Prudential
Co.
Fire    In
Investment
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
ami pulp Industry of tl
ony to scud Mr. Pepper there for thai
exprest   purpose  of  enabling  him  to:
make an estimate of tbe island   re-1
boun os j,, this regard.
Speaking of the results of his mission,  Mr,   Pepper  said  that  the  pulpwood supply ol Newfoundland was un-
doubtedlj  very large.    Such informa-
tlon as he has'gathere! would, iu ths
natural course of events, be given toi
American   commercial    men   by   the:
governmenl although he did not know
that  any   United  states organization
i as   contemplating   embarking  upon I
the pulp imii.sny in Newfoundland, or ���
that any would do so, as a result  of
his investigation.   The United States
government   was  Interested  ln   Lord
Northcllffe's    operations,., even    al-l
though all of his paper \v:is shipped
to England, because ot the fact that I
the larger his output grew the more
it   would   relieve  the  pressure   upon
other sources of supply, Canadian aad
American.
Mr. Pepper represented the United
States  iit Ottawa   last  winter  in  the
negotiations between his government,
and the Dominion government  as toi
the prospect   of a reciprocal    treaty*!
Ho said that he did not think there j
was   any   abatement   on   the  part   of;
either  government  of  the  desire  for
such an agreement. The United Suites
had not desired, in the spring, to give!
any impression that they would close i
Canada out  if tlie otter of reciprocal!
arrangements   was   not    followed    up
within  a certain time.     Negotiations
were  simply   delaye I   because  of  the.
fact that the husiness of the Canadian I
parliament   would  not   permit  of  its!
laking the matter up fully before con-!
.iess had completed its maximum tariff adjustment, the two houses being]
in session at the same time. Mr. Field-
lng had written to Secretary Knox in
May  that the  negotiations  would  ho'
teorened this fall.
11. & V. "States" daily except Sunday
Leave. 2��:W,  Anive at 81:00.
Vancouver,     daily     except    Sunday,
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 1.6:00, 23:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00, 18:00.
Victoria, daily except Sunday, Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
i B.  &  V.  "States,"  daily  except  Sunday; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 9:15.
C. &. V. East, dally; Leave, 8:30,
15:45;   Arrive  at  9:25,  22:30.
Sapperton, daily except Sunday.
Leave. 8::'.0, la:15; Arrive at 9:25
and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave S::i0; 15:45; Arrive at 9:2S,
I Coquitlam,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive at 13:00.
ancient col-  Central   Park,   daily   except
Leave, 11:00;   Arrive Rt 13
Sunday;
;00.
Kdmonds,     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:un.
Tlmberland, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave, 14:00: Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at 10:00.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday; Leave, 14:(in; Arrive at 10:00.
Ladner, daily except Sunday; Leave,
14:20;  Arrive at  10:00.
Port Guichon. daily except Sunday;
Leave, 14:20;   Arrive at 10:00.
West ham Island, daily except Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Ariive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sunday; Leave,
14:20;   Arrive at 10:UO.
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; Ariive at
8:30 and lf.:3U.
daily   excepl
0;    At rive   at
IJ. &. V. "Vancouver,'
Sunday; Leave, 14:
11:00.
Cloverdale, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 14:50; Arrive at 11:00.
Port Kells. daily except Sunday;
Leave, 11:50;  Arrive at 11:50.
Clayton, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday; Leave, 14:50; Arrive at 11:00.
Tynehead,     Tuesday     and     Friday;
Leave, 14:50; Arrive at 11:00.
Burnaby Lake, daily except Sunday;
Leave, lfi:00; Arrive at 15:15.
B. & S. "Slates," daily except Sunday;
Leave, 15:45; Arrive at la:ir..
I
SARAH
BERNHARDT
GETS   $3000  A  WEEK
London. Sept.  28.���At the   age   of
sixty-six years, Sarah Barnhardi made!
her first appearance in a London music hall last night, In the second act of |
Rostand's "L'Alglon," before an    immense audience which was stirred to:
the wildest  enthusiasm.    M.re. Bernhardt is receiving $5000 a week.
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon Building.
Phone 681
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Stcrnwhee'er
-JjJ. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
[S. S.  PAYSTREAK |
Estimates Given. Phone 567
;s Brackman-Ker Milling Com-
ny'8 wharf, New Westminster, with
mengers and freight  as follows:
Leave* New Westminster Tuesday,
lursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
he:.'.es  CliilHwaek   Wednesday. Fri-
*J and Sunday nt 7 a. m.
rst Class Passenger Accommodation
OYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER        :
B. C.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon  and  Sixth  St.  New
Westminster B. C, Phone 354,
JOHN   DOBSON,  Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Estimates
of
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Given  on   Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
Departures.
5:45���To Seattle, Port Moody, Bar-]
nett and Vancouver.
8:00���To Vancouver.
c):15_To Montreal, Nicola, Vancou-,
ver and local points.
loili.j���To St. Paul, Kootenay points;
and Sumas. i
16:45���To   Vancouver     and   local,
points, Agassi/, and local points.
19:35���Jo Montreal and   Okanagan
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
43
Arrivals.
-From    Montreal,
Vancouver.
T   H
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
E        DAILY        NEW
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Princ3 Rupert" and "Prince George"
3,500  Tons���320   Feet. Long���18'/a   Knots
Leave Vancouver  (Johnson's wharf) Mondays and Fridays at 11
l>'ii. for Prince Rupert.
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Wednesday
-"" p.m. for Victoria and Seattle.
SS. "Prince Albert" 'eaves Prince  Rupert 6:00
Wi'ilitendavs for Stewart; 10:00p.m. Mondays tor
11 ���'"��� Thursdays for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City
an<J Ikeda.
.   Solid wide vestibule trains cf ouches and ���^���P-W "^X"
Chlcaoo, Detail,.London, Han ilton, Niagara Falls, New J"*���
��nto, Morttreal, Portland, Boston, etc.    Longest douole track railway
i'nder one management on the American continent.
.   ^r rates, time tables, booklets nnd full information, passenger or
frclt'hl, apply to
H. G. SMITH, L' V- DRUCE'
-  City Passenger and Ticket Agent
10
and Saturdays at
p.m.  Sundays and
Masset.  and  10:00
Lockport, Jedway
���e'ephone 7100.     527 Granville Steer,
Commercial Agent.
Vancouver.      Telephone 3060.
GENERAL AGENCY, TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP
LINES.
Port   .Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul,    OUanagan
Kootenay and Sumas.
in: IS���From    Agassiz,
and local points.
IS:Iti���From Vancouver
18:45���From    Yuncouv
and  local  points.
20:40���From Vancouver
22:02���From Montreal
points.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.
H.  C.  B.  FOSTER, A. G.  P.  A.,
couver.
Vancouver
Seatt'e
md    Nicola
R.
Van
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM  VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
10:00 a.m    Dll"y
1:00 p.m   L)ail>'
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a.m   Dil"y
1T00 p.m .... Dally except Saturday
11:30 p.m  Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p.m    Dally
TO  UNION  AND COMOX.
2:00 p.m  Mondays
S-XO a.m...Thursdays and Saturdays
TO  ALASKA.
il-OO p. m   Every Saturday
��� "      -TO PRINCE  RUPERT.
11:00 p.m. Every Thursday and Sat.
TO STEWART (Portland Canal).
11:00 p.m    Every Thursday
S S   Beaver leaves New Westminster 8 a. mi. Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays! leaves Chilliwack 7
Tuesday,   Thursday   and
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C. B. FOSTER,
A, G. P. A, Vancouver.
a.m.
Saturdays
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This is the Wonderful New Flour
that has made such a sensation throushout Western Canada.
Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equipped,
largest mill on the prairies.
Made with the determination to  give users  better  flour-value, greater
certainty cf   baking-success, fuller satisfaction with the final result,  whether
with biscuits, cake or bread.
Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives all this.
Therefore, Madam, it is thi flour for you.
This flour cannot be described in an advertisement.    We use this paper
merely to give the introduction���to say:
" Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."
It Is the guaranteed flour.    If you are not satlsfloi with lt after two fair tr a!s,
ask your jjpecep for your money back.    He will give lt to you.
Add more water than usual when using: Robin Hood Flour1.    Hade of such
hard, dry wheat, lt absorbs moro molsturo-ppoiucin..  a lai-gei. urhllcp loaf.
The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours
you have to find out for yourself.   That there is a difference
every woman who now us^s Robin Hood admits.
SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
LIMITED 1
Moose Jaw, Sask.
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PROVINCIAL
EXH1
TION
Queens   Park,    New  Westminster,  B. C.
Under the Auspices of the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society
of British Columbia.
OCT. 4,5,6,7 and 8,1910.
$50,000
IN   PRIZES   AND
ATTRACTIONS
$50,000
Official Opening, by Hon. Richard McBride, Premier
of the Province, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 2. p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday���Lacrosse Matches.
Wednesday���Scottish Sports and Scottish Concert.
Thursday���Vancouver Day-American Day. .
Friday���Children's Day.
Saturday���Exhibition will continue until 10:30 p. m.
Wagner's Band, of Seattle. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This was the
official band at the Alaska-Yukon Exposition in 1909, and has a world-wide reputation.
Summerland Band. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Vancouver Musicians' Band, Tuesday afternoon and evening and Wednesday
evening.
Vancouver Pipers' Band, Wednesday.
Al. G. Barnes' Big Three Ring Wild Animal Circus on the Grounds during
the whole Period of the Exhibition.
SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMSHIP UNES
T. J. Trapp, W. H. Keary,
President. Manager and Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE KING
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, SEPTE
MBER
The Daily News
r��Wlsh<��d by Tbe Dally -News Publish. ;
tug Company, Limited, at their offices, i
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
*t. A. Paige Managing  Director
LEES LIMITED
<S^|gffiS>4
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,  1910.
OPENING THE VALLEY.
It Is highly gratifying to learn that
<next Monday will see the driving of
-the last spike ln the new line of tbe
6. C. Electric railway which will con-
.<��eet New Westminster    with   Chilli-
��vli    All forces are being directed to
-this end so that the new line may be
pot in commission at once.   It ls by
.no means easy to speculate upon the
extent  of the advantage which must
accrue from the lining    up of   the
iloya) City and the younger but progressive city. That the advantage will
���be considerable there cannot be any
doubt.    Nor will the benefit be confined to these two centres,   for   the
whole of tlie fertile country   in   the
lower   Fraser   valley   will   participate
������herein      Chilliwack   has,   of   course.
.now for some years been a prosperous
*iL.:e   city,   and   the   surrounding  district has been greatly appreciated by
fruit growers and farmers, but it has
been somewhat retarded in its growth
and development by the lack of good
transportation facilities and means for
rapid   communication    with   populous
centies.     lt   is   true   that   tliero   has
fiecn communication by the river, but
this has necessitated a whole day to
perform   the   journey   and   in   winter
.{.he beats are often unable to run for
.sei era! days at a time.
This drawback will in future be
remedied, and it will be possible to
���cover the distance between New Westminster and Chilliwack in about three
hours, with the additional advantage
.of being able to perform the return
journey comfortably in one day. We
t>e)ieve it is the intention of the
company to run two passenger trains
.each way daily at the commencement,
but we are confident that such will be
the extent of the appieciation of this
new aud speedy means of communication, and so rapidly will the districts through which the new line
passes become settled up that the
-lor.-ipany will soon be compelled to
increase the number of trains to cope
with tlie traffic. Next summer is certain to see this become a very favorite pleasure trip, and it is very likely
that iis many trains as can be conveniently run will then be required.
This beautiful part of the province
only awaits such transportation
facilities as are now being provided
.to open it up, and many new settlements are sure to come into being in
thc near future, whilst the older
places like Cloverdale, Langley, Huntingdon ttfid Abbotsford will go ahead
by leaps and bounds.
The B. C. Klectric company has long
t>ccn alive to the possibilities of the
district they are now opening up, and
for more than two years past has been
working continuously on the new line.
Upon tiiis something like three million dollars has been expended. It is
to be congratulated upon the successful determination of the undertaking,
which has been carried out in the
face of many unforseen difficulties.
chiefly owing to the nature of the
country passed through. The regular
traffic on the line will, it is expected,
be inaugurated in time for the provincial exhibition and thus very manv
We Furnish Your
Home   Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE 73.      71*718 COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
Dairy and Poultry Farm
�����
In MISSION TOWNSITE
Nearly 15 acres are in cultivation, good house
and nece3saiy buildings and stock, well fenced and
cleared.   $10,000, easy terms.
Apply S. S.      P. O. Box 29
GOLD DUST will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
Soap only cleans; GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
1 Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right proportions to cleanse
easily, vigorously,
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
Made by THE  N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
*        Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
will be enabled to come Into N'ew
Westminster and enjoy the pleasures
of next week's fixture In a cheaper
and more comfortable and convenient
way than they have ever done before.
The rich and fertile areas of the
Fraser valley will now be placed ln
close communication with the markets of New Westminster and Vancouver, and farmers, fruit growers and
poultry raisers will .be able to get
their produce In more promptly and
altogether more satisfactorily than
has hitherto been possible. To this
the new line must prove a considerable advantage, for a large increase
of trade is sure to result between us
and tbe districts through which the
railway runs, whilst New Westminster
wil become increasingly Important as
a distributing centre.
LAND ACT.
New Westminster Land District.   District of  New Westminster.
I Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
I Commencing at a post planted
about   one   mile northeast   from the
(head of Billings bay, and about 40
chain* easterly from the southeast
come- of timber lot   number   37341,
.thence north 40 chains, thence east
40 chains, thence    south    40 chains,
I thence  west  40  chains  to  point    of
I commencement, containing 1��0 acres
more or less.
JOHN   FKRDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1910.
Hall  Will  Not Act.
London, Sept. 28.���Marshall Hall
will not take a leading part in tbe defence of Dr. Crippen, as announced
yesterday.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where it will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanitary Hylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hal!.,June 13. 1910.
wmsn
STORE HOURS: 8 A.M. to 6  P.M-     SATURDAYS,   8   A.M.   to   10   P.M.
STUNNING
TAILOREb SUITS
FOR FALL WEAR
The display of up-to-date models In our suit section is uncommonly attractive. No one can or
would deny the charms of distinctive dress, hucIi
as are to be found In this, our principal department. Our tailored garments are produced with
the greatest care. Trustworthy fabrics, needle,
work of the highest character and linings and
trimmings that are faultless. Our i��odes are exclusive and beautiful, an i what Is especially important, our prices are very reasonable. We invite
everyone to inspect our goods and compare our
prices.
See_ The Newest In Coats
You'll he surprised and delighted with the charming range of Coats that are displayed here. Mannish effects In Tweed���the seasons newest coating
���pleasing stvles in Cravenette at.d Covert, ami
elaborate creations in Broadcloths, etc Every new
and fashionable shade Is well represented In this
showing,    from $10.00 to $45.00
A Rainbow Collection of
Suitings
Embracing almost every fabric thai is to be worn
i:i the principal fashion centres, our stock Is a ��� ������
prislngly large, the range of colorings an 1 mater) ila
so extensive, that ii will hardly fall to please the
most fastidious. We cater to both large and BmaU
pocket hooks.    Prices from, per yard ..35c to $2.50
IMPORTANT!
Dressmaking Department
V.'e have been fortunate In securing the services of a competent dressmaker to take charge of this
si ition.    Ladies desiring costumes and dresses, will do well to place their orders   at   once.    Batin
furnished. _.   *. ...
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Those having furnished rooms to
let during the progress of the provincial exhibition, tire asked to kindly
leave their names and addresses,
with the number of rooms tbey have
to let, at the secretary's office, Thomson block, where there will be some
person ln attendance, up to the date
of the exhibition, to receive this Information. Numerous Inquiries have
already been received as to the accommodation at the disposal of the
hotels, and private residences.
W. H. KEARY.
Manager and Secretary.
P. O. Box 59, New Westminster, B.C.
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NEW   WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE notice that, I, William Robert Dick, of Vancouver, B, C; occupation real estate dealer, Intends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about twenty chains north from the
southwest corner of Timber Lease
38789, Texada Island, thence west
eighty chains, thence south eighty
chains, thence east eighty chains,
thence north eighty chains to point of
commencement, containing t!4(l acres
more or less.
WILLIAM    ROBERT   DICK.
Vancouver, II. C��� September C>,
DUO.
STORE, BANK CITTIWf ' Q
AND   OFFICE TI I 1 L>UJ
H0WC4SE
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR RAIL
IN 08���ALL     KINDS     OF     WOOD
WORKING���DESIGNS    AND    ESTI
MATES   8UPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
��*mm J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORK8���Corner  Eleventh and Cerllns.
PHONE 473
Try a "Want" ad in The News   It
will bring results. **
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WATCH    REPAIRS
Probably that watch of vou s is not giving you proper sati"��' *
You have bad  lt In the repair shop, but, while It Is running, ww   fl
run accurately.    The renson for dissatisfaction   Is  thai   ""' "ia|| ,,���n-
did the repairs Is either Incapable or doing good work or is n      ^
sclentlous In his work, or, ln all probability, he is gifted witu
the faults mentioned. first ciass
We have been fortunate In securing  the  services  Ol  a ^
watch nan who has taken charge of our watch repair WI"K    \v.ltch.
who will tell you tbe truth In regard to the condition ol >'"' (   on,y
and will repair It. properly, and, us a consequence, il  wi"   ""
run, but keep accurate time.
Agents for Howard,  Ball  and Longine Watches-
Chamberlin's
THE ,i
JEWELER    j
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GOOD BUYS IN CITY HOMES
TWELFTH STREET, new residence,
seven rooms, and large concrete
basement, bath, etc.; lot 44x140;
lane in rear; good position on car
line and commanding fine view.
Price 13500, ��asy terms.
No. 137.���N-ew six-room house on
Tenth stieet, close to the business
district; full lot with lane In rear.
?8B0 cash will handle this snap and
the balance can be arranged to suit
purchaser.
ROYAL AVENUE, near Seventh
street, large modern house, recent'y
renovated throughout. Price $4000;
$1500 Cash.
LONDON STREET, close to Twelfth
street, large lot, cement sidewalks.
Price $650;  $200 cash.
No. 132.���Fine
small house,
residential   lot.   "^
on   future
eciils-
White, Shiles & Co.
, Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
No. 133.���New seven room house on
Henley street, near Orphnnnge,
(soon to be paved). $2750; one-
third cash, balance to arrange.
No
close   in,
business street;   the best   sp<
tive buy In the city.    12600;
third cash, balance easy W*em
111.���A full sized lot ^^
in fruit on Regina street, with ^
fortable    house;    sewer   on
street; for $1800.   Small cash   PW
ment wlll handle thai.
:Si! !
% THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1910.
SPORTING NEWS
The daily news.
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Jack Hoult Wins.
Victoria, II. C, Sept. 2R.���
Special to the Daily News.)���
ii���_ llmilt won the half mile
inning championship of Until Columhla here tills fitter-
ion after a splendid race.
TIM  MAMONY.
ASIATIC INVASION
ALL ROT", SAYS MAY
tqMMY BURNS GOING
INTO SHOW  BUSINESS!
Come again,  Frenchman;
We like to have you here.
Some  of  your
ways,
And   your    mode    of
queer.
ways    are    not    our
speech    is
Hawaiian Planter Poses as
Authority on Oriental Problem on Pacific Coast.
r   , , Montreal.   Sept.  2r\ ���That   thp   fp-ir
But you  play the  game  and  we're   of an Asiatic Invasion "is all St" was
ceat tie, Sept. 2X.���Tommy Uurns
IUIS decided to take a little flyer into
,l���, show business. Ills injured knee
[eels so good now that he has accepted mi offer to meet a lad named
Mayer over in Ellensburg In a couple
0t weeks in an exhibition bout and
then he plana to-go to Calgary anl
put on a little bo*lng show (b an adjunct to some fight pictures ha will
flash on th* screen.
Tommy has the films of the fight
he had   with  J^ck  Johnson,  Gunner
Moir,  Hill  8qulres and Jarlt O'Brien
and he plans    to    show    about   two
rounds of each scrap and fill out the
program with a boxing bout with his
younger brother.    The Calgary sports'
&.? anxious to see Tom, for bs ls   a
Canadian  well  known all -over   thei
lMininion for his work as a lacrosse!
player, and an old pal of his now llv. I
[ng in Calgary says be will surely pull |
:l 13000 house there.
Tom figures that he had Just as
well (ill these two dates while he ls
resting, and the money he picks up
wil corns In handy to buy the new
daughter some shoes once In awhile.
glad   you  came.
Come   again,   Frenchman!
the opinion expressed hy VV. S. May,
who bag spent thirty years of his life
In Hawaii, In close touch with
Asiatics.
Mr. May Ih a sugar planter in Keo-
kula in the Hawaiian islands. Me Is
an Englishman by birth and he is on
Wan*.    Field    Captains    in    Easv
At the next   meeting   of the   Na-j    geatu    s   t  .,s _T���. B
tional   lacrosse   Union   th-  return  of ,8 U) have a new h()me Umt
Held  captains   will   he   suggested.   It ji 25 M)
intended   that,  the  advent  of  soi    The' handsomest  department   store
many   young   players,   the   games    as building    in    the    Pacific    Northwest.
... u,. ....        1 be Improved, elght 8torlea hlghi wilh more than ten
I acres of floor space, and  contalnln
Come again,  Frenchman���
You failed to grab the  prize.
Ths   Salmon   Bellies   will   keep   the
���mug,  .,
But you  opened our  .leepy eyes. I his wa'y to his native land.    Mr   Mav
vou wielded th, stick and forgot to '. enforced this statement by telling of
kick��� jthe experience of the sugar planters
Coins again, Frenchnan! In Hawaii..
_ "w�� were vory sorry to see tbem
Corns again, Frenchman; go," he said.   "Those who went were
Your style Is all your own. | the best workmen we had in the attgar
You com* from th. east and asked  fields.    Since then,    too.    they  have
for broad, ��� |D��en excluded from Hawaii. There are
And we handsd you a stone; no more coming ln and thfese are go-
And we rubbed it In, but you split, lng home.   It would be the same way
a flrin- I with  your  Pacific    province,    if  you
Cone again,  Frenchman. (would let them come In.   They would
J do the work and when they had earn-
Come   again,   Frenchman; j ed money enough, they would go back
Your welcome will  be warm,        | home."
For men from the east you're some-1  ���	
thing new; I UNIQUE NEWSPAPER
But you're somewhat off in form. I PRINTED  AT  MACOUM
Next year when you're through with I 	
the N. L. U. A unique production of a newspaper
Come again,  Frenchman! | comes from Macotim, on the Soo line.
��� ������ j The paper has no name, but haB eight
BIG SEATTLE STORE pages of a size about  five  by eight
to haw ti osniinn uomc Iinoties- The publisher ls F. W   Patten,
TO HAVE $1.250,000 HOME jpoBtmaster at Macoum. His paper will
be Liberal in politics.   Its opening announcement is as follows:
"This tiling has no editor or owner,
no manager, printer or devil. It, however, was originated for a purpose.
And if that purpose is accomplished,
per cent, were experienced men al-l^es "nf'Vi^7Vnoeo""nnH"nnni-oTnl'^ in   p:Ut  only' tlle oriSlnator  wl��    be
owed to go on  the  fleld and coach &     ,   Z��        ���   r   !Z '"fi"ly Satisfie;1 and ho"es t0 have   a
��� ���   bovs     Cans   alter thi. year's v\-        ,,  1M1I"meM"nt  '"(I  convenience better fire in the house this winter,
i .      .....    L.ips. an.i  inii years ex   ,,������ the conduct ot modern retai   mer- .,n<i ,,pri,.,,,���   wiii h��� flh.n fn ���,.,i .,n
pel   '   e  ate  understood  to  he  in   f:i-  chantdirine    In   m  tnlra  tho   nlnoo  r,t POrnaps,  wlll  he able to add an-
Shamrocks and Corn- fu gJ ' I other Pe;l t0 the S0UP which has been
.. Lorn   the Iiresi.n,   Btructure8  now occupied tlle  bountlful  provision  he  has  been
���      by the Bon Marche on the entire half ,lhlc t0 make f0|. himself aml famil
,   loi,   ,'���,nta, '. .    ir ' ,,nunded by Plke 8treet' Second Kint'e strikin�� ,llis hallos burg
al   held captains are too trou- avenue, Union street, and the alley be-
c to referees it ween First and Second
:  it.  while
.\   ild   likely
The
idea is not the usual one,    hut    lino
ivenues. i been  assuming  publishing  shape  for
,������,.,��� tn Mr   Rn��� Tl,e new building will have a front-  manv moons aKainst the usual dlfficul-
-uu\   t    ���      (   tin',w,    ,Jase of 357 feet on Second avenue and1,tie8;    the   principal   one   being,   of
���* 1 �����        ���     ,    I    h   lm  ���   "?' be buI1<  "' ""'" UnltS ot' aboutl course,  paper.    We  might  sav  right
ned   .IS  BUCeeSBOr  tn  I.   1).   RoSSm-ii, ff,pt   e-icli   In   ni-fW  tn  tipvnilt     ilw   i .,..,������ ,     ,    i ,  I   ,
i in oiaei  io pet nut    ine . |lere that this issue is being printed
l business  0��� scribblers which might have been
I uninterruptedly during the    construe- dissected by our surgeon in the back
as Minto cup trustee.   Coast lacrosse  u0I1 .\]aniie
: as   would like to .-��� e Joe Lally, of
Cornwall   appointed,      Jue  left   fori*       , . ,
.,     , iiou peiioo. pailor���just the ordinary two for live
'     '    " ���""""">���  An application tor a building   per- cent school scribblers.   But. what's the
-���j    ��� tint for the entire structure is   to   be difference ?    lt  answers our purpose
in. *.   u. is a joKe. flled tbis afternoon by John Graham,  this time, and we hope that next week,
ey talk of putting in a paid man the architect,  who has designed and  0r the week after, or at any further
esldent of the National Lacrosse wIll have charge ol' the construction Ume at which it mav appear again we
--���!"!.':������   -   1-   i ��� ceases to ���,-   the new   building.    The   permit,'
when issued, will be the most costly
sin. le authorization ever issued by the
local building department, and wlll
make a new record for individual permits.
thi
pai i
any
joke, it might be worth while
lering such a proposition. On
resent lines it is run. however.
Is no chance of ever securing a
president, for it la doubtful if
ne who is hep to the manner in
w . it dues business would take a
chance. One marvels bow the organ
Izati n has been able to retain its
:. . ������ for so long a period, let
carry out its schedule
Press,
THE    FEMALE    FAN
(      why doesn't the pit
ball?
And why are the baseman base?
! ���   iuse they let the runner steal?
Why does he slide on his face?
li"w does a fielder muff a fly?
Is a shortstop ever tall?
Would  the umpire call   the   catcher
out,
If he didn't catch the ball?
Do they ever let the batter pitch?
Is is fair to knock a foul?
Does a home run count more than a
bunt?
What makes the people howl?
Oil, isn't a pop-up simply grand���
And a squeeze-play Just divine!
But why do the men have mittens on
ln tbe hot old summer time?
W. B. Kerr, In Smart Set.
CANNOT LOCATE BODY,
SERVICE HELD OVER SHAFT
Richardson���Jones.
Ottawa.  Sept.  :'<.���A     wedding    of
llonelwlde interest  took    place    at    Grace
Ottawa Free I church  this afternoon, the  bride being Miss Kthel Clara Jones, daughter
Of Mr, and  Mrs.  L.  K. Jones, of this
city, and the bridegroom Mr. William
Gordon Richardson, of Winnipeg, son
ier pitch the lot   Ven. Archdeacon   Richardson,   of
, London. Out.
will have some extra good paper to
print on. Our ready made part is not
here this week and we hope it may
never appear in tlie Thing. If there
are not enough, people in Macoum who
ure willing to assist in filling a few
pages such as these, or will find fault
enough to induce somebody else to
say something, it will cease to exist.
This is the only apology we have for
sending this out, and if some kind
neighbor does not call at an early-
date with an axe or similar bludgeon
und give us our just deserts, we hope
you will see it again in, of course, a
new dress and biled shirt."
HEAVY CATCHES AT
Kamsack; Sask.. Sept. 28.���A unique
funeral ceremony took place on Satur- drew a pen toward him with his nose
day on the farm of John Howes. K.l-,andi picking it up in his teeth, dip-
wer Olson, aged 35, had drilled a' pe(1 (t. in the ink and proceeded to
three-foot well down to 75 feet, when w,.|,e |)i9 name. W. A. Zimbrick. His
he got Indications of coal. Going nrms hung behind the counter and the
down the shaft to Investigate Olson ,,lerk (lid not at first see that he had
detected gas and called for help. The  m)   bands.     Zimbrick   wrote   a   fairly
en on  the top started to pull htm gom} "hand" with   his    nmuih.   :,ml
up, but he got fast In the crib, about  ron|(i ��Bllnk the ink
twenty  feet from the top.    A    man average penman.
named Hanson was lowered to asBlBt.l
bul In the descent Olson was knocked
to the bottom, fifty feet below. Mean-1 MAY0R   Ht c.
while Hanson was  overcome by  gftS
tdso, and was dead when hauled "!'
Hon. Mr. Fielding in Bad Health.
Montreal, Sept. 28.���Hon. W. S.
Fielding arrived in this city today
WHALING STATIONS from Nova Scotia for the purpose of
Victoria. Sept. 28.���Advices from consulting Dr. Lalleur professionally,
the west coast state that over 850 It is understood that the minister has
whales have so far been taken at the a slight attack of facial paralysis.
Sechart  and   Kyuquot  stations.    The' >...,..,    .     ���     .^
catch to date is 480 at Kyuquot and Contract for Westminster Courthouse.
MO at Sechart. At present two I Victoria. Sept 28-The contract for
whalers are working from Kyuquot, the repairs and alterations required
two at the Rose harbor station in at the New Westminster Courthouse
the Queen Charlottes, and one at. was yesterday awarded by the provin-
Sechart Bad weather has interfered cial public works department and con-
with the operations of the west coast Armed by the executive. The work
whalers during the past two weeks.     goes to Contractor J. A. Allen, at   a
price of $13,500.
Dividends Announced.
London, Sept. 28.���La    Rose   Consolidated has announced a quarterly
Man Without Hands Astonishes Elec- dividend ot two'per cent.   The Cana-
tion Clerks in  Portland. djan  Northern" Prairie    Lands    coni-
Portland, Sept. 28.���The registration  pany's dividend for the half year was
clerks at the court house were busy
tilling out registration cards for voters
when a voter stepped to lhe counter,
WRITES WITH PEN IN MOUTH.
Since that date, September 16, repeated efforts have failed to recover 01-
son's remains, and it finally was de-
<il<| to leave it. Accordingly Rev.
J Morrison conducted the funeral
services over tlie shaft, which was
then filled in.
taster than the
GILL
WILL GET SHOCK
Seattle, Sept. 28.���When Mayor
P C Oil) returns from his cruise in
\hslia waters on a private launch he
will be confronted by a petition to recall him from his offlce. The Welfare League, composed of some of the
biggest realty owners in the city, has
decided to try to oust Mayor Gill, as
a result of the disclosures that have
,^,0-,-j ���,*,*-.*. come  since   Acting    Mayor   Wardall
HOLDS TIGHT TO CASH  took temporary charge of the mayors
  office.
San Francisco, Sept. 28.���Cash
"mounting to $500,000 left by the late
Michael Donahoe will be taken from
(1<'l'oslt in local banks and transferred
tn Peattle by Mrs. Anne Meloy Dona-
hoc, the widow, as soon as Judge Graham signs an order. ^' ar���;dTh'e nav.   estimates for the
at the rate of ten per cent, per
num.
an-
Stimson Nominated for Governor.
Convention Hall, Saratoga, Sept. 28.
���Henry L. Stimson was nominated
for governor by the Republic state
convention tonight over Representative William S. Bennett. Stimson received 848 of 1015 votes. Tlie nomination was later made unanimous.
FRESH
FRUIT
FOR YOUR
TABLE
Honolulu Pine
Apples
Yakima Peaches
Gravenstein
Apples
Blue Plums
Prunes
California
Grapes
Bananas
Also try our SWEET POTATOES and nice ripe
TOMATOES
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in  All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH   BOXES-    LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN     AND
.   , FANCY GLASS.
RoyalACity%Planing Mills] Branch
Telephone  12
New Westminster
Box nr
C. k Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and^443
Sapperton      Phone 373
Contractors and
r v.
House Builders
VVe liave a full   line   ol tke   Best
Builders' Hardware in tkis City.
Bcfdre BuiUing See Ut, a.  *fe  teliere   we  can  save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Go., Ltd.
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 J
Rings with assorted stones as pearl  and  diamond,  pearl  and  ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
M
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust  Block.
Columbia   St.
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FAMOUS UANCtR HAS
FORTUNE IN JEWELRY
Cleo de   Merode,   Beautiful   Parisian
Girl, Takes Gems Worth $250,000
With   Her  to   London.
London, Sept. 28.���Cleo de Merode,
the beautiful Parisian, made her first
appearance in England at the Hippodrome in a series of classical and
national dances.
She has brought only $250,000 worth
of diamonds with her. The best of
her jewelry she left at home, because
it was troublesome to put on and take
oft at two performances a day.
In the three dances ln which she
appeared she was content to wear a
single piece of Jewelry in the form
of a five-stone diamond necklace,
worth a modest $75,000. Her performance Included a Greek classical
dance, a gavotte, and a dainty Normandy peasant dance.
Later Mile, de Merode showed a reporter the ten pieces of jewelry she
had considered sufficient for her fortnight's stay in London. They %re contained in a small green leather Jewel-
box of the size of a cigar case, and
the elderly French woman who chaperons the beautiful dancer has charge
of them.
"It is so short a time, two weeks,"
said Mile, de Merode, " so 1 did not
bring very much with me. Just these
little things you see here."
The "little things" were scattered
over the dressing room table, and
Included the .75,000 necklet of flve
stones as large as walnuts, set wide
To Close Big Timber Deal.
Winnipeg, Sept. 28.���R. G.  Thompson, of the firm of Thompson & Co.,
leaves tonight    to close out a    large
timber limit on the Pacif ic coast. Thel^U ta. gJ^J'j."*   a8ked> ^
deal Involves $1,000,000. j lpgglv ,)lcklng up a brooch ln the tovm
of a Roman cross.   A single diamond
Canadian Pacific Railway
Visit The
VICTORIA EXHIBITION
Sept 27th to Od 1st
Tickets on Sale Sept. 24 to Sept 28
Good to return until Oct. 6.
Rate SINGLE FARE AND ONE
THIRD FOR ROUND TRIP
notice     REGULATING     VEHICLE jof Kohinoor-like dimensions blazed in
TRAFFIC  ON  COLUMBIA  STREET., the centre, and was set   off    by four
TRAFMO  un  ^ i gtonea of thfl of a flnger The
SAN FRANCISCO COURT
ECONOMY  FOR  U. S. ARMY.
Year,
Spend  $10,000,000  Lew    Next
Says President Taft.
Washington.   Sept.    28.-Both
the
All persons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are re-
guested to keep to the left hand side
of the car track while proceeding ln
either direction.
Bv order,
' J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clftrk.
City Hall, August 12. 1910.
TENDERS WANTED.
��� The judge declared   yesterday uiai  an...   '"���";"; "0^Bar, f0r the next
tt�� money rightfully belonged in San approprl.tIons neJW
Francisco and   should   be   invested fiscal Wjff*conference at the
here    When Mrs. Donnhoe's attorney, we e^the ^Ject ^     ^
Sydney VanWyck, requested an order \\ hite HO usei ioq y m^r
Permitting the widow, who is also ma*�� ��� ��J ��|�����Vade at the last
executrix of her husband's will to the WWggU^., determined
Mt possession  of the  money, Judge sesslon o   canBre. d
jjjwn told him to file a forma. ^Jj^Jft^JfJ*
value of the cross was $25,000.
"I am glad you think them pretty,"
she said, dropping a glistening crescent gently Into the jewel case. "I
think I should like some tea now."
She led the way out of the room,
leaving $25,000 on the dressing table.
But with the plain walking costume
she wore there was not so much as 4.
brooch at her throat or a ring on her
flnger.
LINER8 MUST CALL AT
NEW ZEALAND PORT
Wellington, N. Z., Sept. 28.���
Premier Ward has received an Intimation from Sir Wilfrid Laurier that the
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to noon. Saturday October 1st. for the erection of
wharf extension and freight shed at
New Westminster.    Plans and spec -
r'pTvirma^g^ government   Is   stipulating
New Westminster.     H_ZLITT i       t be a ^^ of un   on the   Van-
' purchasing Agent,    ' conver-Australlan mall    aervlce    sub-
i        B. C. Elec. Bly. Co., Ltd. sldlzed by the government.
Fire Insurance
A Prudent Man will
Protect His Property
The recent bush fires In Surrey lost some of the settlers many
hundreds of dollars. My companies were the flrst to pay claims resulting from these fires.
My rates are lower than* others charge, and the policies I issue insure against loss from flre.
_^il, IT IS BETTER TO BE INSURED THAW60RRY.  *!;__;,..,.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phono 62
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY
SEPTEMBER 29p
BUSl_NESiD.RECTORL tynj^ jnf ffl[
30ARD OF TRADE���NEW WKBT-
minster 15 >ard of Trade meets :n tlie
board room. City Hall, as follow?:
Third Thursday of each niontn:
quarterly meeting on the mirrj
Thursday of February, Ma/, August
and NoveniTiar, at B p.m. Annual
meetings on the th'rd Thursday ot
February. New members may be
proposed and elected nt any monthly or quarterly meetln_. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
WORST OFFENDERS
Men Criminals Not so Bad���
Asserts Chief of Czar's
Penal Service.
ar.d the plan advanced when the state
veterinarian and Dr. lioor were engaged in the inspection of a larj;e
herd of dairy cattle, four of which, all
valuable,   it   was   found   necessary   to
kill beacuse of tuberculosis.
It was declared that if it is possible
for human beings to contract this disease from cattle many wete placed in
danger by drinking the milk of these
Later   Ur.   Coover
matter up with Governor Marshall.
The governor is said to have assented to thc value of such an experiment, tint did not indicate a
strcm. willingness to stand responsible for the use of a state ward. It
wa;; pi oposed that tl
parole or pardon
"lifer"
tool;   the  ^���������������������������������������^'����������������������������������������������������������������������������^#-       -^a��
IF YOU WANT A *"**
governor cither
or     pardon     absolutely     thc
that  would make the test.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRKSS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgvrs; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. 0. Box 142- Old
Dally  News Block. Sixth street.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS! AM) ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E
Martin, Mus. Bac.'.Sll Dublin St.
Phone L(I15.     ���     :\   I
.    .'      .,��� I ������
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGEXTSi MANA-
ger Q.J, Sykes), Ii2 Powell street,
Vancouver,    Plione   3575.    Prompt
attention   given   to   all   orders   for
male   help.     Ring   us   up,   wire
write  if unable to  visit  us.
or
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, 11ARR1S-
t\?rs and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building. 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade. K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J- A- BURNETT
Accountant.      Tel
Trapp block.
AUDITOR AND
R 12S.     Room,
R. T. PRINCE, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AXD AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, city.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. 0. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPH* AXD
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Coumbia street. Telephone G2.
REAL   ESTATE
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate'  and   Insurance  Agents-
City,   farm   and   sunurban   property
628 and 746 Columbia St.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY TCI LOAN��� .lhou   iu u*	
on first mortgage at 8 per cent.;
security must be gilt-edged. Malins,
Coulthard  &  Co.,
Ltd.
TAILORS.
N'ew Vork, Sept. ^8.���"The most
dangerous criminal aie women. But
everywhere they a:c treated best���
because they are women."
This is the frank statement cf Commissioner M. Etienne de Krouleff.
chief of the Russian prison administration, who ts here as a delegate to
the International Prison Congress to
he held next, month i;i Washington.
Everylin !..��� has read lion iyle; tales cf.
the craeltics inllicted on Russian pris-
qpcis. including the wome.i prisoners,
so M. Krouleff was asked just what
penalties could he Inflicted on women
tn his country. And according to liis
story they at ie.;st come off better
than the men,,however serious their
crimes.      '
3000    Female    Prisoners.
"W'e have 3000 women prlBoners in
iiy country, including  those In   Sib-
ria," he said.   "Many of them are suffering for crimes quite as serious as
; those for which the majority of men
prisoners are arrested. Vet there are
two penalties wliich we never Inflict
on   the   women.     Whatever   they   du
��� they   are   never   whipped    with    the
'knout.    And they are never sent out
jof the prisons to labor.
"Our women aie kept in j risons
separate from those o; tne mea. Tne
stan' in tlie wcne-i s i risons is in a
greal   measure composed  of  women.
ITney aie sent to Siberia, of course
and the severity of Uie exile varies
with individuals, but tuey are pio-
tected even as in the home prisons.
"A great deal has been written
about women conspirators, because it
seems such a romantic subject, but as
a matter of fact there are comparatively tew. 'ihe pioportion ol ten
men to one woman among the Nihilists would certainly hold good.
Few Women Conspirators.
"Only when a woman does engage
in crime she is always more to he
uieaded than a man. She can uo
evefytning that a man criminal can
uo and more. She can kill, rob, burn,
plot���and she can induce hundreds oi
men to do likewise ii she lias the least
pretension to beauty or magnetism.
.-ind while a man may he very had
himself he is much less to he feared
than his woman co.league. Sue i.s
heiself���plus as man) men as she
l;no>\.-:.
"let,   I   assure    you,    tlie    woman
'i...i.i:;l  is well treated in  Russia, as
s. i   Is everywhere else.
".iii.e the war witu Japan there
havu been many, many murders in
aiy   country,   a   \ erieci    outbreak   of
I lawlessness, 'i hei e lune been women
among tne murderers, proved guilty,
ism   in  all  our lecorda  of   the   last
[troubled   years   you   can   hardly   Iind
|a single instance wheie we have sen-
Itenced a woman murderer to death.
Our  judges   will   not    da   it���because
She is a woman."
Ate Unwisely ?
Sometimes people do. and suffer,
because l/ie stomach balks.
i^ms
NERVE TO
Try ASAYA NEURAL
IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE $1.50
I Ryall's Drug Store \
��� ^^ w a 1 r���  r*.      ���f*���*r*.--���s���r*^      *****  ^***���W *
EYES  TESTED  BY   OPTICIANS.
relieve the discomfort at once, and help dipest the overload.   The lover of good
things may feel quite safe with a box of NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets at hand.
50c. a box.    If your druggist has not stocked them yet send 50c. and we
will mail them. 34
National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited.        .... Montreal.
nsma-ws. car.-**
New Arrivals    I
In Girls' and Misses' Dresses in
All Sizes and Prices
A. J. BIRTCH
I   Tke White House
617 Columbia Street
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Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:a0, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:50, G:50, 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until  11:80 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children  under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. ni. and every half hour tin reafter until  11  p. ni.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. ni., 9 a. ni. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.   in.
Sunday Excurs'^n  Rates:   Return fare. 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. ni. iind 3:20 p. in. Freight cars leave Vancouver for  Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
City   Limits   Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���2'Vtninute   service from f,:io 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.
USE ONLY THE BEST
Ilium!
PERFUMED
LYE
is me ST and ARD article
READY FOR USE
IN ANY QUANTITY.
For roaHIng soap, aoftqnlno. wittr,
removing old paint, fli .infecting
sloUa, closets, drain* and for
many other purposes. A can
���quale 20 pounds SAL SODA.
SOLD  EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GILLETT ��?,?:??_,
TORONTO.ONT.
meets you hall-way does
all your work in half the
time if you follow directions,
Sunlight Soan absolutely
pure���saves clothes (rom In.
Jury hands from roughness-.
life from    *__   drudgery.
liyiaiWUii^yiiiiJj^i
***<**
GALVIN, LADIKS' AND MLN'S TAl-	
lorlng.    A new line of Spring sun- . ���	
ing just in.   Button makin, . pressing and repairing.   40 Lorne street.      T-,Y   CQW   mSEASE   0N   MAN-
Hione H 508. 	
FISH   AND   GAME.
bL.N="J.N   &    \\Li..-j.   . i	
Game, Vegetables, etc.   Dean Block,
next to Ban;; of  Montreal.
\v.   a.   Falls,   'fflffi   FUKMluitu
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
coriiL-r Agnes and McKenzie Btreets.
Phone 17C, night call 81.
\/e'.erinsry   Wants   Convict   Pardoned
if   Hc I.   Drink   Tubercular   Milk.
Munice, ind., Sept.  28.���Dr.   \V.  E.
'rjn.t., state veterinarian, has asked
Governor  Marshall  to  take into consideration the liberation of a life convict on condition that he submit to a
rest   to   prove    whether    tuberculosis
can be transmitted  from a cow  to a
human being.
The  matter  was  brought   up  here
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
Co., hank, olhce and store liitmgs,
cauinet, stair, snowcases, munteii
and detail work. Designs and e>ti
mates furnished. J. Brookes, pro
lirietor. ^ork.s: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 251, PUom
478.
FIRE  APPLIANCES.
Filth: EXTINGUISHERS.    THE LaT-1
est     In     fire     fighting     apparatus.
R.    Harris    &    Co.,    Lavery    block.
Columbia stieet.    Phone G56.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WOKKS, JAS
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
rtoiiirahla street.   New   'Vpotmtnstp*
HOTELS.
KING'S MOTEL ��� 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.
The   Fall   Fairs.
The dates of the fall fairs through
the upper country and coast have
been announced as follows:
Kamloops, September 28, 20 and
30.
Victoria," September 27 to Octo
ber 1.
New   Westminster, October  4  to  8
Inclusive.
������
Se ntj)n Approval
To Responsible Peoi'lu  "*
Laughlin
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and
RED GEM
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for oni'
Poii
paid
la any
address
Bt Immtu .ail Ic CxtKA.      *
liuslralluiit are ExaotSllj
Kvery pen guaranteed
full 14 Kt. betid Gold���cut
ou right hand may tie had
iu   r.iher   i,ur   standard
black opaque pattern, or
!voft,l,reakable Tranapai-I
ent, i.s desired, either iu I
plain oi'>ejigrav��l fiuisli, I
an preferred.
Y.n Bay tr. tUi pen a w..k,
If you a**** Iind It t*. rep legated,
a filter trili-to than you-can ae-
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��"i la any other aieke, If not
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pock't oi ahnppttitt lia_ wrltra a1
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Majestic Bldg..
m
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at ..
ive Cents a Bar
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   NEWS
fffiy Years
the StatE&Iard
A Guarantee of Light, Sweet*,
Pur��, Who3es*oir::<2 Food
THUTHFUL ADVERTISING
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3ince the I��.gredients Entering Peruna
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Remedy and Tonic is
Understood. 1
COLUMBUS, OHIO.-The ac-  .
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tive ingredients entering the most
popular household remedy in tho
world have been made known to  y
the public.   This means a new era  '���'
in the advertising of popular fam-  jj
ily medicines���Peruna leads. 5
Peruna   contains  among other
things, golden seal, powerful in its  1
effect   upon   the   mucous   mem-   j
branes.    Cedron   seed,   a   raro  1
medicine and unsurpassed tonic, j
Cubebs, valuable in nasal catarrh   .
end affections of the kidneys and   '
bladder.   Stone root, valuable for
the  nerves,  mucous   membranes   i
as  well  as   in  dropsy and   indu -j
^eslion.
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The Dessert That
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American and Canadian Scientists tell ui the
common house fly is the cause oi more disease
and death thin any other agency.
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
kill all the flies  and  the   disease
germs too.
\**
It is no longer necessary to spend much money and hours of
time making desserts that "might be good," when you can buy this
delicious confection���Mooney's Sugar Wafers. It costs but little
money, requires no time and is always good.
Mooney's Sugar Wafers
Ihe D?inty  Dessert  in  the  Dainty  Package
There is nothing like these spicy sweetmeat sandwiches in all
Canada���nothing half so tasty. Years of experiment, experience and
excellence are back of Mooney's Sugar Wafers. You know our record
as Canada's premier biscuit makers���you've eaten our Perfection
Cream Sodas and our Chocolate Chips���now try our Sugar Wafers.
In 10 and 25 cent dust and damp-proof tins. \
** ��� ���
Ask your grocer.
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The Mooney Biscuit and Candy Company, Ltd. . . . Stratford, Canada
DitrolL irSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,  1910.
Contemplating
A Trip
To Europe?
,- BOi you will want the very hest
_* can be offered for your money,
j ji does not matter what class of
| ^m is desired.
THE ROYAL LINE
HI (in your wants. First, Second und
rTblrd Cabin accommodation  is  unex-
e|iel whilst the Dining Service leaves
nothing to be desired.
The Next Sailings are
Royal George Sept. 29
Royal Edward   Oct. 13
Royal George    Oct. 27
Royal Edward    Nov.  10
���- Qoulet, agent C. P. H., will book
I T0,!r passage via these steamers, or
'wrjt,   Wm. Stapleton, general    agent,
[wt block, Winnipeg, Man.
Sealed Tenders addressed to the un-
derslgned, und endorsed "Tender for
Examining Warehouse, Vancouvei-. B.
C'������ will he received at this office un-
tjl ��� p.m., on Wednesday, October 26
1910 for the construction of an
Exan Inlng Warehouse, Vancouver
B. C,
Plans, specification and form of con
trad can be seen and forms of tender
ed at the office of Mr. Joseph
Qr( nfield, resident architect, Winnipeg hm. Mr. Wm. Henderson, resident architect, Victoria, B. C, at the
Posi Office, Vancouver, and at this
flepa ' ment
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
Act now, don't wait
For chance or (ate
To bring the prize.     ',
Seize now the rope
That's held by hope,
And realize.
NVNYON.
ACTION mcaC3 life, means progress,
means success.
Tho sentiment of successful men
of today is caressed in the word
ii
The crcat God Xow, not yesterday,
Do 1 Baluteand homage pay_ _
"no-*-.'1
We must no lonj
customs, the tu-
��ges and doctrines
of the past.
Adhering to old
methods, governed
by worn-out dug-
mas, is responsible for most of
our ills and misfortunes.
For     thousands
of    years    people    ���,���
bepn led to expect sickness,    decrepitude    and
death.
The teaehin
ornate pay
r be governed by the
PREDICT DOWNFALL OF
PREM,E"CANALEMS TORONTO WORLD
ADMITS CHARGE
Madrid. Sept. 27.���The Catholic
newspapers here are filled with
Btorles of cabinet dissensions and it
is freely predicted that the manifestations to he beld on next Sunday will
force Premier Canalejas to retire on
the eve of the assembling of the
cortes on October S. They say further that Count Romanones, president
of the chancer of deputies, will succeed Premier Canalejas.
Some Hot Air Regarding
Canadian Nationality,
Etc., in Its Confession.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
The teaching nf the pulpit has been,
Prepare to die," instead of, "Prepare
to  live."
The public, as well as physicians, have
UVen it for granted that a man after
he gets to be seven
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 j Globe's article
lane,   vacant  lot  or   public   property!
: will   be   prosecuted   under   the   pro-1
i visions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hall, June 13. 1910.
LOCAL     IMPROVEMENT     NOTICE.
i i
ti
:
:
1 .:���   .
!
:
of thi
< ���  ���
i us tendering aie notified that
:   will not  be considered unless
on the juInte I forms supplied,
_ ned with   their   actual   si .instating  thelr  occupations    and
of residence.    In the case    of
the actual Bignatuit, the nature
occupation ami plan- of resld-
each member of the firm must
bi
���i nder must he   accompanied
i   ted cheque on a chartered
i i ayable to  the order    ol    the
I;       ible   the    Minister   of   Public
\        , e inal to ten per cenl   (10 p c.)
i.'  lhe  amounl   of the tender,  which
;..ifelted if the person tender-
ll     ��� ���   line  to   enter   int"  a   contract
v- i      ailed upon to do bo, or t;iil to
. te the work c intracted for.   If
the ������ u.ler be not accepted Uie cheque
returned.
Tl e department  dees not bind it-
���  accept    the  lowest    or    any
tei li
Bv order.
R. C. DESROCHERS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, September Jl. 1910.
the
indi-
i     -papers will not be paid for this
ement  if they insert  it with-
��� lortty from the department.
ty, eighty or ninety
years of age, is t
useless member of
society. These fa-
lacious doctrines
must be eliminated
from our thoughts.
People generally get
what thev expect.
I would have thc
public Bchools inculcate into the minds
of all scholars, that
men should live almost indefinitely. That
thev are Gods of their own destiny.
My theory that thi- lower bowel is responsible for most ills, sorrows and failures, as well as premature death, haa
awakened a general
interest. Liberal
physicians and
sekntists are commending me for this
bold stand, fer they
recoinize    that    if
bowels are clogged,	
gestion, liver troublcj
heart affections and kindred ailments are sure to
follow.
Munyon's Paw P,-w
Laxative Pills flu-h the
bowels without irritating. They build un toe Bvstem instead
of weakening it. They dip est everything
that is put into tho stomach. Thev
habituate tho bowels to act regularly
without any foreign assistance, and I
don't believe there waa ever a better
blood purifier than
these pills. I want
every person who
suffers with indigestion, eveiy person who is constipated, ever}' person
who has any liver
ailmi nts, every person who has pimples or any skin
eruption, every person who ia nervous
and debilitated, to
get a package of
Munyon's Paw Paw Laxative Pills. They
come in two fi7.es. Ton puis for
ten cents (10c), nr forty-five pills tor
twenty-five cents (2nc.1. Purchase them
with "a distinct understanding tint u
thev don't do all that I claim for them,
if they don't keep you well and make you
happy, I will refund your menev.
The Municipal Council of the City of
Xew  Westminster  ha\ing  by  resolution determined and specified that it
is desirable to carry out the following I
works, that is to say: ! seen
To construct cement concrete sidewalks, retaining walls, boulevards,
storm sewers, paved roadway and
street lights on Columbia street, from
: the east line of Fourth street to the
west line of Leopold place, and that
said works shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the
"Local Improvement General Bylaw
1909."
And the City Engineer and City Assessor having reported to the Council
^^^    of
Toronto, Sept. 28.���The wordy duel
between the Globe and World, concerning the attitude of those papers
on the tariff, provoked a double-headed front page article ln W. II. Maclean's paper.    It was in reply to the
 s article in  which  the  World's
confidential appeal to members of the
Manufacturers' association for money
to carry on a fight for a high tariff.
The Globe's article provoked much
comment throughout Ontario.
The World says under the caption
"Poverty no Crime:"
"The World has been a protectionist paper from tbe day it started. It
has given much bervlce in a cause
that it always believed in. It never
got any kind of special recognition
! from anyone for this work, lt has
  most of the manufacturers' advertising go to the professed enemies
of protection.
"Some time ago it saw plenty of evidence that a move was about to destroy tlie national policy of protection by an agitation in favor of reciprocity in manufacturers among other
things, with the United States. The
World connected the Globe and its
president, Senator Jaffray, with tbat
movement, and it determined to light
the movement, and has been lighting
as best it can.    inasmuch, also as ttie
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:60, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until ii:50 p.m. ,
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until  11:00  ..in.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver tor New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Oars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 2:00 a.m., and every halt
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne Line.
Cars leave New 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.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.  J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager.  New
Westminster.
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to noon, Saturday, October 1st. for the erection of
wharf extension and freight shed at
N'ew Westminster. Plans and specifications may be seen at office of Allan Purvis, manager interurban lines,
New Westminster.
W. H. HAZLITT,
Purchasing Agent,
B. C. Elec. Rly. Co., Ltd.
I
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
8:17
In  accordance  with  the  provisions or |
the said bvlaw upon the said works, movement to promote reciprocity was
giving statements, showing the ;organize 1 and was being forwarded by
amounts estimated to be chargeable the sai,"e frsons who promoted com-
.gainst the various portions of   real Imercial unlon d��Meen reaw ago. The
property to be benefitted by the sai 11
| World  a couple of  weeks ago sent a I
Great Northern  Railway.
Leaves    New    Westminster
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:30
a.m.;   arrives  Seattle  3:15  p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:30
p.m.:  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves   Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m
New Westminster <i:25 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  4:35  p.m
New Westminster 9:27 p.m
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m
arrives
arrives
arrives
works and other particulars and thei
said reports of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopted by the Council.
Notice is hereby given that the
said reports are open for inspection at
the ofllce of the City Assessor. City
Hall, Columbia street, New Westminster. B. O, and tbat unless a petition against the proposed works above
mentioned, signed by a majority ofi
the the owners of the land or real pro-!
petty to be assessed or charged in resi,eet of such works representing at
least one-half in value thereof is pre-1
sented to the Council wthin fifteen
days from the date of the first public- j
ation of tbis notice, the Council will
proceed with the proposed improvements under such terms and conditions as to the payment of the cost of
such improvements as tbe Council
.may by bylaw in that behalf regulate
and determine and also to make the
said assessment.
Dated  this  27th  day  of September,
A. D., 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN".
City Clerk.    .
Date of first publication, September I sa";f Ba"le
29. 1910. '       But   tlle
Kpw Westminster 6:30 a.m.
circular letter to a number of manu-!Isew  "�����>�����"""�����<-"
them   to
factum's asking them to help us
make the light for protection by a con-
tributlon if they cared to give it.
"The  World is poor because of its i
policy.    It could be rich if it cared to
change its policy.    The World is not'
ashamed of that letter.   It was not un-'
patriotic.    It  was  certainly  not  helping the  movement to turn   our   factories,   our   industries,   over   to   the
crushing competition  of   the   United
States and ultimately to drive Canada
into annexation.
"The Globe has seen fit to publish
the World's letter and to attach the
World for mendicancy and mendacity.
"The World has made the charge
that much money, most of it American, was put into newspapers to promote commercial union in 1891-93, and
Sir John A. Macdonald was possessed
of some of the facts. Never was a
country so near its obliteration as was
Canada in those dark days of the
Globe's commercial union conspiracy.
"Those who saw the
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid  Up   $5,000,000
Reserves    $5,900,000
The Bank has Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; ln 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.
New Westminster Branch.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
_\
u
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at Port
Guichon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New-
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves Sumas fi'.OO a.m: arrives
bridge passenger station, New Westminster, 10:20 a.m. daily execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Do you  want to increase your
business ?   Then see
SAUN D E R Q
IGNU
Signs of every description.
Glass signs a specialty.
708 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
care to confess the facts for the encouragement of those who are at the
again.
World   fought   the   gang
I very  much  alone  and  almost  single-
handed.   And knowing how desperate
was  that struggle  and  how  this  paper without help of any kind had to
Those having furnished    rooms    to
.. r      let during the progress of the provin-
inside do not cial exhibition, are asked to kindly
leave their names and addresses,
with the number of rooms they have
to let, at the secretary's office. Thomson block, where there will be some
person in attendance, up to the date
of the exhibition, to receive this information. Numerous inquiries have
already  been  received  as, to the  ac-
--���   -*   the
per without Help ot  any  kiiiu  imu  iu ��� ������   ---- Hi-^nosal    of
incur debt which it has ever since car- commodation at the d -posa.I
ried as best it could,  it   thought   it hotels, and Private residences.
P. O. Box
W. H. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
9, New Westminster, B.C.
NOTICE     REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
both timely and honest to make the
appeal it did to a few prominent manufacturers for help in fighting the
same unpatriotic movement a second
time.
"There was lots of money then and
there is lots of money now for papers
that   will   betray   public   rights   or  al .       ��� ,     *.,      .
nation's birthright. The Worlds only! All persons using Columbia street
regret is that so far its appeal has for vehicle traffic of any kind are re-
been a blank; it will go on forever, as jested to keep to the left hand side
best it can to make what it thinks to ��   the car   rack while proceeding in
either direction.
By order,
LAUNDRY WORK
**
as done by us gives the utmost satisfaction. Our equipment is modern. The Latest
Invention in a collar and cuff
machine has been installed.
Clean, Economic, Prompt.
White labor only employed
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
be a patriotic fight   	
"The Globe will go on with its ad-,
vocay of commercial unions, either of:
which means the end of Canadian na-'
tionallty. It is neither a disgrace nor [
a crime to ask for help to save a country from the attack of foes within
and foes without. If anyone thinks
that the fight for our industries and
our nationality can be made without
organization and without contributions they will find out differently \
when it it too late. It was nip and
tuck eighteen years ago." \
City Hall,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
August 12. 1910.
T   H
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
E'     OAtLV NEW*
When the Day is O'er
And Night Draws Near
family gathered round
old.
Berliner Gram-o-phone
Prices from $15- UP-
The world's
d the fireside, then is the time when the magic
. i ii       C...iilv rrntiii>ri.i!  round mc ua'1      '
and the lamps are lighted and the famflj
Gram-o-phoue casts its spell o'er young
A Genuine Victor or
..nber of the family.
11C    pi.ivvvi    nii-4    .-j-j aaaaaaaaa
greatest singers including Caruso, Melbs       ^^^     ^^^^  ^^^
r.HRUNER and Victor Gram-o-phonb. ^ ^^   poR JHE jyfO
DOUBLE-FACED  RECORDS (one "���**^ seud us 90C. and toe. postage for a
making 45C te each record.    If your dealer can t supply >
DEALERS   EVERYWHERE
can he played and enjoyed* every J^^J^ Vesta Victoria sing exclusively for the
REMEMBER
m. ���,���., b.*..v^ fe^rwar-s^
reSZSSflESl* HISS**- ii ******
BERUNER GRAM-O-PHONE CO.,
 W MONTREAL
ST. CHARLES
EVAPORATED CREAM
There Is nothing go good for th* baby
*s t. Charles Cream. The result of
analysis by prominent expert chemists
slirvrs that.t.Charles Cream.when properly reduced with purn lr. led water,
is alnost identical in every respect with
human milk. It differs lrom other
mille products In that it is sterilized by
heat alone.
St. Charles Cream does not curdle when
used on acidulous fruits and imparts a
rich, delicate flavor. It ia *
humanised milk.   It ia
not only beat for mother (
���*  '-fant���tt la better
he best ordinary |
Easterbro ok Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL . .$6.75 per bbl:
-IMPERIAL   $7.00 per bbl.
*    TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl. *-'
"        HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-      at***
McQuarrie & Co.FL0UR AND FEED MER���ANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone $33.
J
For a Few Days Only
82 feet on First St., between 3rd
and 4th Ave. Best residential site
in city.   $3150, easy terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
No couMMtt in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Fme and pure
tt Mwbr-fallen mow���to rich in
i uvoui, oocc wed, always
. L
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialist! fA-*.
PAGE  E10HT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
ICity News?
��� ���
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER
^28^,
HEATING STOVE
We carry a complete l;ne
at the right prices. Have
it put up and ready for ���
the cold nights.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
Mr. nnd Mrs. W
turned from their
Portland.
S. Rose have    re-  sor. was put off, but the car was de-
honeymoon trip to  laved for rive or ten minutes in con-
| sequence.
See Fairs' furniture stock before
purchasing elsewhe.e. Agnes street. *
The Women's Educational club will
meet at Columbian college at 3:30
o'clock this afternoon.
con-
**
has great demand for thoroughly competent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session.	
-T"    " SM -
A. L. BOUCK,
���10 Columbia St.
Principal.
Hand Bags
New Stock        Good Values
Latest Styles
The first instalment of the
biggest and best variety of
Hand Bags ever shown in
this city.   From $1.00 up.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:    43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New   Westminster,    B    C.
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
For all electrical    work   and
tracts phone T. Roberts, 761:
There will be special Harvest
Thanksgiving services held at tlie
Salvation Army citadel Sunday, October 2. Staff Captain Wakefield, of
Vancouver, is expected to he present.
Scottish concert, October 5. Seats
on sale at Ryall's cn Friday, September 30. **
The annual Harvest Festival sale of
���he Salvation Army will lie held Monday, October ::. at 8 p.m. There will
be refreshment booths and many useful as well as artistic things will be
on sale.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers at
Tidy's store.   Phone 1S4. *���
Gilley Hros., Ltd.. was the 'Irst firm
to pull down a building which had
been condemned by the city council,
their old office on Front street being
demolished shortly after the order fo,
its removal was issued.
W. E. Fales carries tlie best select
ed stock of household furniture in tlie
city and prices defy competition. **
The remains of Esther Johnson
who is supposed to have drowned herself in the Fraser and whose body
was found floating in llie ocean at
Bowen Island a couple of days, were
buried in the Vancouver cemevjry yesterday. .	
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
R 20S. **
A meeting ot the Westminster Liberal association will be held in the
Liberal cluh rooms, above the Daily
News office, at eight o'clock this evening. All Liberals are reiiuested to be |
present, as matters of considerable1
importance are to lie discussed. J.
W. Weart. of West Burnaby, will give
an address.
Don't miss the only lady pipers in
Canada. Scottish concert, October 5. *
Tlie damage case preferred by tlie
Sum Kum Wo company against the
city for $;;iri.'.iTi because of damage
caused to their goods when their cel-
lar was flooded last year, owing to Uie
ineffectiveness of the city's drainage
'system* was tried in Uie county court
'yesterday, hut Judge lloway reserved
his decision.
lion beds and bedding, the largest
range oi designs and p. ices. W. K.
Fales.
Popular prices to the Scottish concert. 75c, f)Uc and 26c. Book seats at
Ryall's. **
The funeral of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Herndon took place yesterday
afternoon from the residence of    her
: son. F.  Shaw, Mowat street,  to    the
I Odd  Fellows' cemetery.    Rev.  C.  W.
! Brown officiated at tbe burial ser.
vices.    The pall bearers were:   D. W.
I Gilchrist, H. Johnson, W. Johnson. W.
I Sloan, T. A. Muir and A. Dickenson.
Included among those who sent floral
tributes were: Sprays, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. B. Henry,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Dickinson. Mr. and
Mrs. H. Welsh .Mrs. A. Currle. (Vancouver), William McKay; wreaths.
Mr. and  Mrs. C. A. Welsh, Miss Ger-
I trude Lundln; pillow, the family;
fross, Mr. and Mrs. 11. B. Johnson;
crescent, Miss B. Dobsen  (Seattle).
New Madras
Curtain Muslin
The nicest lot of Madras Curtain Muslins wc liave ever
shown, ln our new housefurn-
ing section you will iind these
now on display. Heavy colored
arch drapery. Madras, colore!
curtain Madras, fancy stripes
and floral designs in cream and
white narrow sash Madras, etc.,
a splendid range from which to
choose a window drape for any
portion of tbe house. Per
v.,rd   20c to $1.50
New Belts-
Popular Styles
50c   EACH.
Thc newest styles are on sale
at (his popular price for the
week end. The Bpeclal showing
is made up fi gold and silver
tinsel, belts, black Jet, black
and colored elastic, black braid,
patent leather and silk belts, In
all colors. Special this week.
Each   50c
New Dree.
Tri
rimming
The new tri
; e i opular.   ti
mmini
"   in i
ae   ""���'���   shade.
Iend themselv<    ��� ., ldll .
U��e matching of   all   ���.   .
shades i��� drei ���
Dresden braids and band
mings, gold and bII er   braid
Persian braids, fa.
and  headed    sequii
braids in silk and ���
ver tinsel, etc., are shown   [���
this flrsl  Showing
SWISS VILLAGE FOR
CANADIAN   ROCKIES
Victoria, Sept. 2��.���The C. P. R. is
about to establish a Swiss village,
which, in its initial stages will be in
habited by six Swiss guides and their
families and will be located on a high
bluff surrounded by the magnificent
picturesque scenery of the Selkirks
ind Rockies. These guides have previously beta brought from Switzerland.
Manufacturers at Edmonton.
Kdmonton, Sept. L'S.���Canadian
manufacturers over 200 strong were
here yesterday, a luncheon, a civic reception and sightseeing tours being
���:iven in honor of the visitors.
The Public
Supply Shres
��*
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
The Cenlnl Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in the
Deane Block
Four doors east of the Bank of
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City Market
'btr;*.
Columbia St., No. 441.
Nev        'fntlnster. B. C.
The regular monthly meeting of St.
Barnabas' Women's Auxiliary will be
held at three o'clock this afternoon
at the residence of .Airs. S. A. Fletcher,
IK Third avenue. Tnis meeting is
usually held at the rectory, but on account ot the illness or Mrs. (Kev.) C.
\V. Houghton the members will
gather at Mrs. Fletcher's home.
hear .Miss Munn and Mr. Morrison
in "The Token," opera house, October 5. **
Chief of Police Hradshaw was notified yesterday that Lulu island was
infested with tramps. He and Constable McCrudden went to investigate
and found tbat two or three fishermen
who were out of work had made a
temporary camp in tbe city limits.
They convinced the chief of their hard
working proclivities by showing him
calloused and blistered hands.
Rob Bohb, the great comedian, at
tlie Scottish concert. Enjoy a laugh. *
The fire brigade was given a run
last night about seven o'clock when
some one phoned in tnat the Rapper-
ton school house was on lire, it
proved to be a false alarm and the
brigade did not go further than the
Brunette mills. Some men were burning some brush behind the scliool una
the blaze was reflected In tbe windows, which evidently caused thr
party to turn in the alarm.
Davles greenhouse is the place tt
get bouquets, Moral designs aim ab
Kinds of cut lloweis.   iJboue it 1208. *'
While the eight o'clock car on the
B. C. _ R. was "leaving the suburbs
of Vancouver last evening, a Jap ana
a Chinaman got into a violent altet cation on the car and finally came to
blows. There was a ten llie light foi
a few minutes, tbe passengers standing up on the seats and letting the
combatants bave the aisle and the
floor. The car was stopped and the
Jap, who appeared to be the aggies-
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good Judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because tbey
liave stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
*��� f
Some Special Snaps j
'l**.  THE8E  WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
6 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Street* on three sides
of this property.    $350 each.  Terms,
10 lots extending from First to Second street This property
ls especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear
Pries $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
i i*ii_iai_r,4A_H
Paisley Silks
and Satins
75c Per Yard
Paisley silks and satins are s-o
much in demand that the announcement of a price such as
this will appeal to those who
contemplate the use of Paisley
for waists or trimmings. A
st eoia! shipment of silks from
London brought these popular
si'.ks at the proper price. Formerly sold at .1.00 and $1.26, Our
price now   75c
Fine Black
Broadcloth  Coatings
Cloths with a superior finish, heavy In weight, strong and adopted to
the wear demanded in good coats  or  suits,   width   64   Inches.      Besl
German makes, per yard   $1.75 to $3.00
Small, medium and large sized checks in weights suitable fur children's and women's suit and coat requirements, widths -IL' to ~i*x
inches.    Per yard    -0c to $2.C0
New Kimona Cloths
In the staple departmenl a e hundreds of new wrapperettes and flannelettes in an attract! e ai
new colors and designs. We desire mostly to call the attention of one and all to the heavj ll
cloths.    They are Bhown  in  plain colors and neat patterns in light and dark shades. Per yard 15c to 43c
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
��� Market Square
PHONE 475.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to E p.m. of Monday.
October I!. 1810; ror the position ol
Building Inspector. Salary to commence at (126,00 per month.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, Sept. 2J, 1010,
NOTICE.
On and after October 1, 1.10. we,
the undersigned, will sell coal for
cash only, either with the order or on
delivery.
GILLEY  BROS., LTD,
JOSEPH MAYERS,
BELYEA & CO.
New Westminster, Sept. 24,
THEO. ROBERTS
ELECTRICIAN.
House wiring a specialty. All orders
given prompt attention, and night,
calls answered.
Phones 761  and 581.
Office:    ...     435 Columbia Street.
Dr. Hatherly
Eje Sight Specialist
A BARGAIN
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
Six roomed house with stable in rear on two
lots, on corner of lane and  100 foot frontage, on
main street and half a block from car.
$3,000.00, easy terms.
Apply S. S.      P. O. Box 29
Cures headaches and nervousness
by special ground glasses. During
the eight years established In New
Westminster he has received hundreds of 'testimonials from sat Is tied
patients. Optica] parlors, Hamley
block, .6. 4 Columbia street. ,
���
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY NEWS
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get iw
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
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