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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME
5  NUMB&R 186
SfSruJrird   Make  $5   Per   Month.
yffptE, Shtles �� co.
NEW.-WESTIYUtyST^R.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C., TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 6, 1910.
J���    WCTO^fl*
age
< I
*>i
PRICE FIVE  CEI.
AT MISSION
IS WELL ENJOYED
lAB0R DAY CELEBRATION DREW
] BIG CROWDS TO STRAWBERRY
LtY^SPORTS GALORE.
iThieie were big doings in Mission
Lrday on the occasion of the third
Ll celebration of Labor Day. The
itadonites ur  Missionaries  or  what-
"'   lhl. residents    call    themselves
t,. lavish iu their hospitality, which
]! axtended to several hundred per-
who gathered from all parts of
dlBtrlc| to see as  fine a program
,',,. Bnd games as has been pre
[jde'l in ""��� Fiaser v;'"ey '''"' ll '"ng
Inc.
Ahout fifty
lister
Ions
people from New West-
went up to the Junction City
' E,,enil the day and most of tbem
Li back last night. The day,
f/j'.i, Bhowed signs of rain in the
I" lng cleared off by the afternoon
tdl)ic weather was perfect tor play-
football and baseball, the two
fcain attractions.
iTI'e only drawback to the events
���as the slate of the grounds, which
' been cleared too recently to get
Uo good shape for playing games,
.never, the baseball and football
m played the game for all it was
rarth and never thought of getting
lore if they tripped over u root or
1st the ball behind a pile of turf.
lone oi ilie main events of the day
t, a football match between Coqult-
fcm and Mount Lehman. The moun-
aineers were completely outclassed,
score at the end of the game
tandirm six to nothing against them.
,0, Phillips, V. 1). lt. O., refereed.
I The following were the teams:
[Coquitlam���Goal, Davidson; hacks,
foshail and Jackson;     halves.    Mil-
BILLY LAUDER WAS
EASY fOR ABE ATTELL
CALGARY BOXER SNEERS AT OPPONENT IN SEVENTH ROUND-
KNOCKOUT   FOLLOWS   FAST.
Calgary, Sept. 5.���Abe Attell, lhe
featherweight champion who always
has a knockout, hidden away lu liis
right glove, used it this afternoon ou
Hilly Lauder after the Calgary man
had made a sneering reference to
Abe's nationality. Attell did not reply to the jibe. lie just poked over
a swift uppercut to the jaw and
Lauder went down for the count.
Up to the seventh round tbe light
had been fairly even, Lauder exerting
himself more than Abe, who took
things easy, confident that be could
put bis opponent to sleep whenever he
felt like getting busy.
The bout was the big attraction
here today, followers of the sport
from the neighboring towns flocking
into town to witness the event.
.V
INS HELPS VANCOUVER WIN
LABOR DAY LACROSSE MATCH
Game Was Not Too Bad, Bi't the Incidentals Were  the
Real Thing���Comic Attack on Former Heavyweight
��� Free Fights and Crowd Rushes Enlivened
Proceedings���Va��couvers 7, Royals 1.
DYNAMITERS ARE
HUNTED IN EARNEST
REWARD OF $12,000 FOR APPREHENSION OF MEN WHO DESTROYED   INDUSTRIES.
Thomas  Noah   Brusso   Hums   made  George   Rennle.    He  says  he'll   fight
his heralded reappearance in lacrosse j Uemlie  ��>��'wliere,  any  time,    for    a
.    . ,   ��� , ,     I purse of $102,000, wmuer take all and
circles at Recreation  park yesterday ��e movlng .|(.ture prlvlieges.    Also,
afternoon,  stepping out on  the  field Rennle should know that no geutie-
ami.l   tumultous  cheers  and   making\__\ ever lights, except for profit.
his   final   exit   carried   shoulder   higii'
by bis admirers of the Terminal City.
It  was a great day for Thomas for
RAILWAY COMMISSION
DID NOT SIT YESTERDAY
Thomas   N.   Brusso-liurns  also  gets
credit  for a   few     more    happenings,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_        .chief of which is being an accessory
belied to defeat Westminster    seven  befoie the fact to the removal of four
goals to one. Lf Tommy Gifford's teeth, Fred Lynch
Thomas  Noah  Brusso  Burns, a fine being part, critn. in this. After Burns'
specimen  of  manhood,  looked  every [attention to bis molars, the Westmln-
i Inch   an   athlete   when   be   made   lis  Btt>r  captain  walked    over    to    Fred
bow to the enthusiastic crowd in the Lynch and told htm his troubles.    Mr.
groaning   grandstand.     True,   he   was  Lynch   then   qualified   for   trouble   at
a little hit fleshy for a home player the hands of the    Vancouver   Dental
and his movements were not quite so association, for    he    extracted    four
swift as in the days of yore, when he ivories   without   being   provided   with
played in the east for less money per forceps or a diploma.    The president
season   than   he   received   yesterdky tilen undei took to show the teeth to
'for eighty minutes work. ! Billy   Ditchburn   as   evidence   of   tbe
Thomas Noah    Brusso    Hums   was wickedness of Burns.   Ditchburn took
as   yesterday's   star   attraction.
MEETING IN VANCOUVER POSTPONED ON ACCOUNT OF MONDAY  BEING LABOR  DAY.
The meeting of the railway commission which was scheduled for Vancouver yesterday,  was  postponed on  ac-
Davia and Doyle;  forwards, Mc-! count of its being Labor Day and will
lienzie. Smith,   Black.   Perkins    and  meet at ten o'clock this morning    In
���atson j the Vancouver city hall.    Those who
tbe
are
i Mount   Lehman -
Jacks, l.ciui.au and       ^^^^^^^^^
���kite, Ryder and    Israel;    forwards
p   ;   ii. I,ehniuti, Kipp, Garner and
!oi.
jfBy winning the game the Coquitlam
beci mes  tbe  possessor of    the
Jkenham Cup,    emblematic    of the
plonshlp nf the    Fraaer    Valley
���tne.
ill  the  Balmorals  beat
by  Beven   to   four.     Both
Inster teams.
event   which   aroused   a   great
Woi Interesl before it came oft was
ar   between   six   Chinamen
six   Hindus.     The   Hindus   were
Bere. bu; the Chinamen could not he
lira    heap    scared,    be    no
ex] ained the official in charge
lhe disappointed    Hindus.
Ber, theli   desire  for    pullin
(ratified when they ranged live on a
I and started to see  which could
the other through the loose dirt.
*e or the sides finally  won, but as
all belonged   to   the    extensive
Goal,    Garner; j were  going   from   here   were  notified
Coglin;    halves,   yesterday   in   time   to   prevent   them
from making a useless trip.
These who go from here will be
Mayor Lee. George Martin, of the
firm of Wade, Whealler, McQuarrie &
Martin, city solicitors; L. B. Lusby,
president of the board of trade; C. II.
Stuart Wade, publicity commissioner
and secretary of the hoard of trade,
and probably a couple or more" members of the board.
No program of the proceedings has
been issued as yet, but it is supposed
that the matters affecting New Westminster  and   the  surrounding  district  Burns
billed ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Well, he was, and no mistake. Here
are a few of the famous things T. N.
B. Bums achieved:
Lost the ball 009 times.
Lost his footing 888 times.
Lost his bearings 777 times.
Lost a chance to score MG times.
Lost his lacrosse stick 555 times.
Lost himself 444 times.
Lost a foot race 333 times.
Lost a chance to fight 1132 times.
Lost his instructions 111 times.
Lost his temper 000 times.
ln addition to the above Thomas
Noah Brusso Hums secured the first
penalty of the game, was used as a
jumping horse by Charlie Galbralth,
was thrown by Tommy Gifford. was
; pounded by Sandy Gray, was bodied
by Jimmy Gifford and was hit on the
head with a cushion thrown from the
one look at the quuitette of masticators and said " 'Tis false."
Out of this incident arose an interesting side line discussion between
.Con Jones and Fred Lynch and a
dozen others. Much was said on both
sides, but the point at issue, whatever
it was, remained unsettled.
I Included among the other unadver-
tised attractions of the day were a
scrap hetween Jimmy Gifford and
Jimmy Hogan, a fight between Jimmy
Gifford and Shaun O'Reilly and a few
heated remarks from a clerical gentleman to Billy Ditchburn. Sad to relate, Ditchburn refused to be Impressed by the admonitions freely given
hlm. i
Forgetting all about the sideshows,
the match was not too bad, even if
Westminster did lose. The champions
did not extend themselves to the best
of their ability, having in mind an im-
the Nation-
time.   Also,
Peoria, 111., Sept. 5.���An aggregate
of $13,000 has been offered for the apprehension of the persons who dynamited the A. Lucas &. Sons foundry
last night and damaged the Bushnell
manufacturing plant and the Peoria
and the Pekin railroad bridge.
It   ls the determination of the city
and   railroad   to    make    the    reward
large enough to bring the guilty par-'
ties to Justice. |
BIG AL KAUFMAN/
WHIPS {fi LANG
HEAVYWEIGHTS GO SIX ROUNDS
IN QUAKER CITY���CALIFORNIA!*
GETS THE DECISIOf! . .
PIONEER WOMAN
IS DEAD AT HOPE
LINK WITH THE PAST SAW WONDERFUL CHANGES IN LIFETIME
SPENT  AT   HOPE.
Philadelphia, Sept. 5.���The fight between Al Kauffman and Bill Lang:
was scheduled for six rounds. When
the principals appeared In the ring,
between seven and eight thousand
persons were in the park, including
many women. The ring was pitched
midway between the home plate and
the pitcher's box, and was perfectly
lighted by giant arc lamps. Both me;i
were in the pink of condition, Kauffman looking to he at least twenty
pounds heavier than the Australian.
Kauffman had in his corner as chief
adviser Billy Delaney, while Ki.1 McCoy looked after Lang.
Round 1.
Lang led with a light left to tha
face and then went Into a clinch.
Lang refused to break and Kauffman
uppercut with a right at close quarters. Kauffman again sent a hard
straight left to Lang's face. Kauffman
drove a left to Lang's mouth. Kauff-
man's round.
Round 2.
Lang led with a light left to the?
I head and Kauffman jabbed two lefts
| to the face. Lang rushed ln with u
' left to the chin, but Kauffman came
��� back with a hard right to the body,
the Lang was sent to the ropes with a
In right and left and seemed worried.
oses  Lang swung a right    around    Kauff-
grand stand. Hit���Oh, yes, Tommy N.
B. Burns was also hit a wallop on the portant engagement with
jaw by George Rennie.    Here is    the :,is in a couple of weeks'
story of tlie fight by rounds: Plink wintemute and Doughy Spring
Round one-Burns steps on Ren- wel-e aIll0Ilg Ule mlEsingi Hughle Gif-
nie's corns. Rennie lunges, Burns ford lin - Pete Lathaln ,-eplac-ing the.n
sidesteps.    Rennie's round. on tj,e iieij
Round two���Rennie slams his stick;      i\tft  there
at Tommy.    Burns  grabs    stick    and
holds  it.    George    drops    the    stick,
round.
will be the first to come up. It was
suggested that the commissioners be
asked to hold a meeting here, but it
ls not likely that they will consider
How-1 the proposal as they have tlieir ar-
was. rangements all made to stay :.i
Vancouver during the entire sestljn.
Round three���Rennle makes a quick
pass with his light, landing on Burns'
jaw.      Tommy    wheels    around    and
landing    a  soporific.
sare.
l!\9, six and  seven���
ii.igslde crowd inter-
s. attered.
Leorge  misses
. ;ennie's round.
Rounds four,
Details  lacking.
ferlng.    Honors
Pray for Eucharist Congress.        I    Round eight-Reanie    walks    away
Montreal     Sept.    B.-At      all      the  from Burns, held in    hanimerlock    by
I churches  yesterday   prayers  were  of-1 Tommy GlfTord���   Hennie^luJjB
fchfaally it was impossible to -  ^1^- success jM**-^ | and �����*- f ����  -g^ Bun,
The Mission  CR*   boja    plaved    a' Tuesday night at St. James cathedral, ly to Gifford
fcmeof lacrosse ngalnst the pupils at | with the solemn reception of the card-
the Roman Catholic mission and were
���oundly thrashed by the score of six
lo one. The way those Indian young-
ners handled their sticks was worth
fookini: at.
Then there  wore  more  tugs-of-war
��d races and motor boat races and
I* lance nt    night    and a  first clasB
Mend good time all day.
The Westminster boys were certaln-
IIf liven a good time and tlieir thanks
be due the commission in charge.
ton (hies, j, a. Catherwood, .1. A.
fee? and (',. A. Watson.
Inorwa
MORMONS BUSY;
INDIGNATION  GROWING
Inal legate, Vincent Vannutelll.
Marion Stone, a girl ln her teens,
in a critical condition today iu
local hospital.
Round      nine���Referee      Dltohhurn
awards    decision    in favor of Burns.
_^^___^_^_^^_^^^__     Rennie gets rest of game.   No honors.	
Girl May Die from Fall. |    T. N. Brusso-Burns referred to the ganie"woul;l end, for Vancouver scored
New York, Sept. 5.���Suffering with , incident in a speech he made to a (olir g0ai8i including the fiist tallv,
concussion of the brain as a result of crowd of admirers after the game. while Westminster only annexed one.'
a  fall  while  wearing a  hobble skirt,] Mr. Burns saidr in total: ! Blight and early in the game a goui
Ladies and Gentlemen���(Pause for.was disputed by Westminster, Urn-
silence) I always try to be a gentle- plva Herman allowing Archie Adam-
man. (Cheers, pause.) That is why 8on.g s!lot T1)e goal stood but Joe
I did not fight with that Westminster Uevnolds officiated behind the net for
player when he hit me on the field. U;e remainder of the game, Herman
(Cheers and exit.) I being retired
T. Noah B. Hums made the above, Neither goaltender was badly bom-
statement to correct an erroneous lm- barde:l during the game, the plavers
pression which  had crept abroad    to ,
the effect that    he    was    afraid    of (Continued on Page Five.)
is |
a
POPULAR YOUNG MAN
PASSED AWAY YESTERDAY
Mrs. William Yates    died    in
little town of Hope on Saturday.
the death of Mrs.  Yates, Hope 1 	
one of its oldest and most respected  man's neck and they came to a clinch-
residents.    For    fifty-six    years  Mrs.  Round even.
Yates  lived   at   the   little   place  and j Round 3.
during that time she had made a host | Kauffman sent a right to the chin,
of friends. iThe Californian drove a right to the
Her husband, William Yates, who wind and they clinched. Lang sent
is still living, was the first Hudson's two lefts to the jaw. Kauffman sent
Bay agent In that district. He was Lang's head back with a left and then
stationed at Hope in 1850, long be- swung a right to the Jaw. In a clinch
fore the possibilities of the Kootenay Lang sent both right and left bard trv
and Yale districts became famous for wind as the gong rang. Even round,
tlieir  gold;   years  before  the  city  ofl Round 4.
New Westminster possessed a single I They rushed to a clinch without
shack und when Vancouver was the striking a blow. In tbe breakaway,
edge of an untracked wilderness. Kauffman sent a left to the face. Lang.
Four years of the hard  life he    en-  missed with a left and Kauffman sent
dured alone and then he took a wife,  his head back with a hard    counter.
In their little cabin by the river at  Kauffman  drove a  hard  right  to the
Hope they lived for years practlci lly  jaw which staggered Lang. Tlie latter
alone,  occasionally   meeting    a  stray   held  on.    Kauffman  had  cut  a  nasty
trapper or prospector,    but    for    tha  gash  on  Lang's  forehead.     Kauffman.
.most part with no company .ave that  sent a hard right to the jaw and Lang
of the Indians.    Then a change began,  was in apparent distress.    They  were
News of the gold discovery in the in-'clinched   at   the   bell.     Kauffman'a
terior came to the coast. Hope sprang   round by a large margin,
into a port;  the head of bavlgatlon.     I Round 5.
Mrs. Yates saw the first prospector I Kauffman landed left and right to
return from his quest for gold, saw the face and they came together wlth-
his nuggets, heard his story. She out damage. Kauffman drove Lang to
saw others rush in frenzied haste to the ropes with a hard left and landed
the diggings, saw some return a left to the face and right uppercut
triumphant, saw others return in de- to the jaw. Kauffman staggered with
spair, saw dee Is of violence, saw a left hand jab and Lang held on.
not quite sure on catching. Tommy cr)nle flnd villanv folIow on ti)e lleeIs L^g tried a ieft to the face but miss-
Glfford treated him as rather a negh- of greed and ambition. ed     Lang brought blood from Kauff-
" ' | Before the eyes of the young woman man's nose by a butt from his head,
living on the banks of the mighty KaufTrnan uppercut twice as the bell
Fraser passed the history of the eai ly rang. Lang went to his cdrner very
days of the province. tired.   Kauffman's round.
She saw the gradual    change,   the. Round 6.
road fall Into disuse, the steamers no J    The men rushed to a clinch.   In the-
more come up the river. break Lang missed a left for the face.
And then the railway und all that Kauffman sent a hard right and left to-
it brought. Settlers and neighbors she the jaw. He repeated the blow a sec-
welcomed. Cities and towns she saw ond later and Lang was staggereL
arise when the land was touched by Kauffman sent a left to the jaw and
the magic of the twin ribbon of steel, thev rushed to a clinch. Kauffman.
of steel. sent left and right to the wind an J.
She is survived by her husband and uppercutted a hard right to the jaw.
a son living at home; a daughter, Mrs. Kauffman uppercut with right to the
J. Robinson, of Port Haney. and an-' faCe and they clinched,
other daughter married and living in
Spokane.
been  anything at stake I
Westminster could have put up a sti.f
argument, for Vancouver was    really
only  playing  eleven  men,    Burns not
being in professional class any more.
He has put on too much flesh since
he took up the business of punching I
for a living to retain the agility that
once  made him  desirable as  a  stick-1
handler.    He is wide on shooting and I
gible quantity during the greater part
of the game. Burns put considerable
steam behind bis throws. Ou one
occasion he hurled a ball in the direction of the Westminster net. Sandy
Gray's life was saved by the hall going vide.
During the flrst quarter the spectators got a fair Indication of how   the
ChrlBtlnnla, Sept. r>.���Stimulated by
��� recenl vdsil of Piesldent Joseph
Mttlth, the Mormons of Norway are
weaning their activities and, In proportion to their energy, the liuligna-
,ii:i growi against them,
i An agitation Is afoot to obtain siml-
l'ar 8trlngenl restrictions against
l'lem us are enforced in Germany.
jtoriiHn, 'missionaries" are blamed
���or matoi-iaiiy increaaing the emigra-
Wilfred   Rickman  Succumbs to Spinal
Disease���Was    Well    Liked    by
Large Circle of Friends.
matci
[Hon
Us
Nevert!
scored
Hfe |
from Norway, especially as far
young    women     aro    concerned.
.'ss. the Mormons just  have
leclsive victory.
Ni
wegian department  of jus-
��8 arrived at the decision that
"ere is no' adequate cause to accede
��� > demand made by the church de-
^'"iH'tit to take legal measures to
I,f\? st"1' ,0 u>e Mormon propaganda
"' Norway, ~~
The  holidaying of the younger set
of the city was overcast with sorrow
and sympathy  yesterday  when il
came  known    that Wiitre.l
Rickman, who had
for  the   last   two   weeks,
away.
He was only nineteen years of
and up till a few months ago '
heen  working  with  his father
offices of the Royal City mills
not feeling particularly well
Two Thousand Men Mix in
Labor Day Riot in Portland
Kauffman won by points on a popu-=
ilar decision.
HUNDRED PERSONS SPENT
HAPPY DAY AT JUNCTION
BRIEF HONEYMOON   HITS
BRIDE'S  FORTUNE   HARD
Portland.'Sept. 5.���A riot tn which
tl(it) men were involved and as a re-
be- suit of which    twelve    arrests    were
Reginald made  occurred  this  evening  at    the
heen  seiiously   ill   conclusion of the Labor Day parade.
had   passed !     Tlie  Teamsters
can flag In front of Sergeant Riley's
face, but was arrested nevertheless.
The police fought the crowd for three
blocks to land their prisoners In
jail.    Charges of inciting a riot were
union
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     is  on  sti ike
and as the    procession    passed    the
age  office of the Baggage    and    Omnibus
.e had Transfer company, a few men ran out
in the and tried to overturn a draj
Then of bystanders joined   them
he went! dray was over in a
White Plains, Sept. 5.���Mrs. Elizabeth V. A. Clark, of Chappaqua, has-
begun an action against Arthur B.
Clark, in which she alleges that Clark,
who comes from New York City, married her in order to gain possession
of her property, and, having obtained
lt, deserte.l her after two months of
welded life.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Mrs. Clark's complaint says that iir
-    ���  ��� | HHIS she owned a tract of land la New
The Woodmen of the World held a Castle worth $60,000, was about to re--
most enjoyable picnic at Westminster celve $10,0(1(1 ln cash and was also the'
Junction yesterday. Almost a bundled  beneficiary of a trust  fund of $8000.
Woodmen  cf the  World  Picnic Thor-
cugh'y Enjoyed���Lacrosse    and
Foit'oall  Attractions.
A score
and    tho
minute, frlghten-
The department of justice
"oi consider such a step in harmony with
(Ides
���     h the spirit of the age, which
opposed to favoring one religious
'"immiiiy at the expense of another.
J-** department further hold's that
''^Shargeg directed against the Mor-
- ns are inconclusive and the reports
allBevoral Police officials do not at
..' ��mflrm the allegations of ohjec-
"0ni,1)|e Practices.
I****** ************
*
���"ATHAI. MUST SERVE
WITH FRENCH RESERVES
Latins
..l;il|s. Sept. 5.���Hubert
"am, th0 French aviator
'?;" summoned by Minister of
Y*r Brua to participate as a
lvl"i In the coming army
p. "x-'uvres in  tho Plains    of
1*181
toano
home here.
Te�� ^suffering t���,n some kind of jmpidly gn>w.n, ^ AmeJ^\�� done
unlnal disease and although piovuieo, >                	
GOING   TO   GEORGIA ,
placed against the ring leader.
!    Less than half    of those    arresteJ  persons took advantage of the outing it was at this time that Clark married
were union members.                             land    thoroughly    enjoyed    the    day. ))er.    She presented to him the  $60,-
I    Union leaders finally persuaded the!Thele was t0 have been    il lacrosse 000 tract of land and passed over the
throng In front of the police station lmltcl1 oetweeI> l''e Sapperton Juniors $10 000 in cash to him.    Later he got
' and a team from Vancouver, but the himself substituted as trustee of tha
Vancouver team faile.l to appear, and $8000 trust fund,
so tho Sappertonians   played   a game The complaint says that In June of
against the Hustlei s, a team composed this Clark  made  an  attempt  to  per-
of Coquitlam boys,    spare   Sappeiton suade  his  wife  to  sign  a separation,
men and some of the Hustlers.    The agreement providing for the payment
score ended 13 to 12 in favor of the to -her of  $80 a month.    Mrs.  Ciark
mixed team. wants the deed for the land cancelled
A football    match    between    some and wants her $10,000 and the income
of marcil    non-
jeered.
-union    man
flourishing    a
        lit the par-
he was restrained without in-
I
mills
fi lends here,-
where'he lived.
all  who knew  him
the    Royal    City
efficient work in
ise of a brilliant futuie.
He  was  the  only  son
Ms  H.J. Rickman, of Second street,
wo are receiving the VgffJ^
the enti.e city in their great he.eave
ment. .      ! ce tomor-
The f^'y'Vodo^k from tbe
row morning at  10 ocio.*
residence of the    patents
Trinity cathedral
USING  LESS  BACON
juniors of New.Westminster    and    a  from the $8000 trust fund.
Coquitlam team resulted in a tie, four
all being the score. ��, ..   .
spluril disease ._.���
With the best medical care, he never
Sled   from   his   flrst   sickness   and	
at four o'clock yesterday morning       I .   Supreme Grand Lodge of Marked    Falling    Off In Consumption
died                                                   w    i inn PiLaava This Week.             In  England, Commissioner Reports.
The    hoy    had    a   large    circ     o ''^ - ^legates from the West-1    Ottawa, Sept. B.-Mr. Mussen. Can*
where he was bon and Several-aeie^iw uu                      i                     commissioner   at   Leeds.
lle was well liked by minster  Oddfellows     odges  a��MW     �� ^ ^ ^
'Ud aS   Msiwher"^ the Sup^meA��.nd  Lodge"of]ply of bacon in  England.    Last yearithe woman who died of the disease
Cholera Claims Life.
Fire Destroys Block.
Bakersfleld,    Cal..     Sept.     ?.���Fire-
early today destroyed a block of husi-
Berlln, Sept. 5.���The second death ness building in Taft, causing a loss
from cholera occurred at Shandau to- 0f more than $75,000. It fs believed
day, the victim being the husband of that the flre was of Incendiary oilgih..
"the'ortice gav;"promJ|thVord��"lsYeTHg he'd about the mtd-
the oirue B I       ^ ^ m<mtli     DeIeg.ltes from all
of  Mr.  and parts of the continent will be gather-
!ed tn    the   southern   city for these
meetings.
to    Holy
f4i * be lnterr
*****************',cemetery
there was a decline in meat importations from tlie    United    States    and
Canada of 914,000    hundred    weight.
One result is that grocers are Inducing people to   use breakfast food. On
Included   among   the   Westminster I this    account,    Mr.    Mussen    thinks
people who will bs going 83 delegates there ls n good opening in the Brit-
ure Mr. and Mrs. George Adams, andiish  markets for the Canadian manu-
Mrs  J. E. Insley.    Mrs. J. R. Sharpe: facturers of cereals.     Canadian    tur-
ls also taking the trip, though not as keys wlll, as usual, be ln demand this
Tr~~ r.mnine will'a delegate.   Thomas Embletoa, of the autumn.   Thee will also be a demand
:uuicui��..    l&e re nut' \_*m_     will   represent    the    L*d.er I tot CansdUn honey, owing to a reiw-
ed in the Church of WPd|gjjjjJ tiom la the British production.
last week.   All of the persons who are *****************
being held ns cholera suspects are doing well and In a majority ot the
cases bacteriological searches have
proved that cholera does not exist.
VICTORIAS DEFEAT
WESTMINSTER  SENIORS
  ;���
More Deaths In Italy. *
Barl,     Italy,     Sept.     5.���Fourteen *
deaths from cholera and twenty   new *
cases of the disease  were    reported ���
from the  infected  district iu  South- ���
eastern Italy ie the last twenty-four ���
Victoria, Sept. 5���The Victoria amateurs defeated the
Westminster seniors here this
afternoon ln a fairly good
game, tbe score nt the end of"
play being seven goals to four.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY. SEPTEM3F.
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Classified Advertisements IREAL   ESTATE
WANTED.
IVANTED���A  NIGHT    WATCHMAN
apply Walsh Sash and Door Factory.
IVANTED ��� DINING KOOM GIRL.
Appi}  King's Hotel.
GIRLS WANTED TO WORK IN
fruit cannery. Apply 12 Fioni street.
JAPANESE BOY, CAN COOK AND
speak English, wants position. Apply P. O. Bos 818, City.
A JAPANESE WOMAN WANTS A
position as a washing maid or
family day work. Apply 27 McNeely
street, city.
KENNEDY    BROS..    LTD.
(Successors to H.i'e Bros. & Kennedy.
Limited.)
Over  Merch.ints   Bank,  Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C, Phone 335
Afraid to Eat ?
Docs the fear of indigestion spoil the enjoyment of
your meals?     It needn't.    Just take
| AUSTRALIANS TEAR
1     OPENING Of CANAL
WANTKD IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
first class lady clothes iioncrs and
two shirt polishers; two dollars per
day and fare. Klectric Lace &��� Bilk
laundry, Vancouver.
WANTED���LADY CASHIKR, BTENO-
grapher with experienced preferred.
Apply at once, W, S. Collister &
Co.
A GINGER SNAP���City lot. 45x145, on |
i    Third avenue and Ham line, one lot I
and stieet trom Queens park.   Price
$2000; $600 cash, balance 6, 12 and i
18   mom iis  at   7  per  cent.
 ,	
CENTRAL  PARK     PICK-UP���On     In-
|    man avenue,    close    to tram    line.!
1 ���"���.,      acre       lot,       cleared       and
an trees planted.   Ten roomed two
story house, stone   foundation,   hot I
water beating furnace, electric light
and    modern    conveniences.    Price!
$7000;    $2000   casli,   balance   over !
three  years    at  7    per  cent.    One |
thousand gallon an    hour    artesian 11
well   lately   struck   near   this    property.
WANTED���TEN  GIRLS  AT    ONCE;
apply Royal City steam laundry.
WANTED���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR
a few hours daily, by English lady.
Apply Mrs. VVixey, 320 Columbia
stieet.
CARPENTER    WANTS    WORK    KY
day or contract. Apply BOX 19, Daily
News.
APPRENTICES    WANTED,    APPLY
.Moore's millinery parlors,   opposite
i osl o.'licc.
WANTED BY WORKING MAN,
room and bpard near Eighth ai ��� a k
and Twelfth street. Reply K., News
office.
a **i
and you won't know you haye a stomach. They will see to it
that your food is properly digested. They are among the
best of the NA-DRU-CO preparations, compounded by
expert chemists and guaranteed by the largest wholesale
druggists in Canada. 50c a box. If your druggist has not
stocked them yet, send us 50c. and we will mail you a box.
NATIONAL DRUG AMD CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA  LlMITSD. MONTREAL.
36
Will Give Greater Competition From Western
United States and Canada
I
FINE FRASER FRONTAGE���Forty
acres (1050 ft.) near New Westminster. Two seven and eight roomed
houses on property and whan!
building 20x40; 20 to 25 acres cultivated, i'i Ice J20.750; terms, $6750
cash. $3000 November l. 1910, balance over three years al 7 per cenl
1 ialf of this pro) erty sepai atel) f n
$10 500. Terms $2025 cash, ba anci
in three equal payments at 7 per
conl. 1
Your
WANTED���FIVE OR SIX ROOMED
cotiauo, unfurnished; close to car
line.    Apply  E.  K.,  News office.
W A N T i; D ��� H O U S E K E E RING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box  A.A., this office.
WANTKD���A CARPENTER. WALSH
Sash & Door factory.
WANTED���COUPLE, NO FAMILY,
desire house to rent; 6 or 7 rooms,
unfurnished; West End preferred.
Entry hy September 1. Reply to
Box  B. News ofiice.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOU SALE���TWENTY-TWO FOOT
launch in lirst class condition; a
snap for .loo cash. Apply 818 Kennedy street, New Westminster.
FURNITURE FOR
house to rent. 217
Sapperton.
SALE      AND
Keary    street,
TWIN CITIES SPECIAL���Two ten
acre lots in midst of Twin Cities
subdh Ision of 33 fool lots. Will be
sold separately or together for short
time at $675 an ac e; aboul half
jiiiio of adjacent subdivision pro-.
perty.    Easy terms, on application.
KENNEDY     BROS.,    LTD.
Over  Merchants   Dank. Cor.  Columbia ;
and   Degbie  Sts.
New  Westminster.  B. C.      Phone 335
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head   Office        -        451   Columbia  St.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Branch Office      - Kamloops, B.C.
PORT MANN DISTRICT     !
LOT  57, of subdivision   B,  of  section
l'u,  hlock    5 north,    range   2 west,:
containing one and one-sixth acres, j
Price   .2000;   one-third    cash,    balance    six,    twelve     and      eighteen;
months  at    7    per  cent.    in;erest.l
(205-A.)
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
S, prairie land. Price $125 per acre;
one third cash, balance one and
two years. (204-A.)
Suit
Is
I Here
1
FOR SALE���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
on Westminster road;- ahout 1X0
feet to another road; for $T00; quarter cash. Herbert Gay, Windsor
hotel,  after  G  o'clock.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
room, 421 Third avenue.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 713 Trew street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp hlock. corner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 Sth St.
TO     RENT ���  FURNISHED     BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply-
after 6 p. m. or between 0 a. m. and
5 p. m. at Room 14, 623 Columbia
street.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE���
First class board. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cooking. Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Agnes street.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitahle for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
THIRTY  ACRES  in  section  36, block
5 north,, range 1 west, twenty acres]
cleared, with new house and barn; ���
good  water.    Price $270  per    acre.
Terms     over     eighteen      months.'
(175-A.)
TWENTY  acres   in   section   33,  block
5 north,    range    2 west.  N. W. D.
Price $500 per acre; one-third cash,;
balance six and twelve months    at
7  per cent. (211-A.)
FIFTY acres in section 32, block 5
north, range 2 west, N. W. D.; absolutely 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.)
LOST.
iro'sY���a'pock i-.tbook conf a in-
lng sum of money and checks.
Finder return to the Royal City
Dye Works and receive reward.
FOUND.
FOUND AT THE WALSH SASH AND
Door Factory the latest thing in the
line of front doors.   Phone 413. **
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K. P. block; suitahle
for store rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester.
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street, City.
Do You Want to
Sell Your Acreage
or City Property?
If so, we have clients open
to purchase property of all
descriptions. Send your list
addressed to "Inland," P. 0.
Box 431, New Westminster.
Quick results guaranteed
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block 6 north, range 2 west, N.W.D.,
on new Yale road. $800 per acre;
$2500 cash, balance six. twelve and
eighteen months at 7 per cent, interest. (222-A.)   (
SURREY |.
160 ACRES on the Scott road within-
six    miles    of    New   Westminster.
Price $35 per acre;  one-third cash,
balance six, twelTe    and    eighteen |
months.    InTestigate this.    (208-A.) j
80 ACRES in section 25, township 2,;
$150 per acre; $4200 cnsh, balance,
over two years. (141-A.)|
10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
section in. township 2. $200 per
acre; one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per cent, interest. (201-A.)
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
8, on Newton road. $150 per acre.
Terms over two years. (91-A.)
LANGLEY
FIVE acre tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil in Langley dis
tricts, cleared and ln a high state
of cultivation; tram line running
through the property; good roads
on all sides. Price $175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
I
Just the time for a New Suit!
Your old one is gett'ng to look shabby. Our stock
of  Fall  Suits ard  Overcoats  is  complete.
New   Patterns,   New  Styles.
The cut here produced shows our new Model 10,
Type Y.   A very fashionable suit for   a
young or middle aged man.
Prices in 20th Century Suits $20.00 to $32.50
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
"Does anybody know what effect
the opening Of the Panama canal is
likely to have on Australian trade
and commerce?"
The question was asked by the governor (Lord Chelmsford) at the annual dinner of the chamber of commerce at Sydney, Australia, recently.
The answer of prominent commercial men in Sydney, among them
Qeorge A. Parkas, agent for the U. S.
and A. S. S. company's line of steamers, and B. M. Terry, (R, W. Cameron & Co.), is that Australia is likely
to he affected chiefly by greater American and Canadian competition for
supplying foodstuffs to Europe. We
have it <m the authority of Mr. Qoeth
ais. the chief engineer engaged in the
Panama project, thai ships will be
passing through the canal tn 1815. At
the present time food projects exported from San Francisco, on the west
coaBl of America, have to travel over
13,300 miles of water to reach the Bu
ropean markets. With the completion of the Panama canal the distance
w ill he Bhortene l to 7,660 miles, as
. ;atnsl o\ er 18,000 from Australia,
The shortening of the sea route
through Panama from Enj l ind to the
i asl ah o ihreatens the Ausl ia'.lan coal
trade, and opens Up a further held for
I compel ii lon. New Zealand llk< .���. I .
stands to benefit, as the short cut
through Panama will enable hei to
gel food exports quicker than Aus-
ti alia to Euro] e.    In ol her   respects
'so far as Australian trade is concerned, these gentlemen think thai the
position will be In stalu quo.
I       The   Panama  canal   will   in   no   way
shorten the trip from London to Australia.    The  distance via  Suez is  11.-
200 miles, and via the Cape ol Good
Hope   12,400   miles.     By   way   of  the
Panama   canal   ii   would   he   12,520
1 miles.    The  journey  from  New   York
I to Sydney, however, will be considerably lessened, a  ten-knot  steamer sav-
0 I ing from eight  to twelve days.    The
I I American manufacturers and the Australian importers   are   pointed to   as
'chiefly  likely  to benefit   in   tbis   re-'
| sped      It   is    thought,    nevertheless
���  that   the   Panama   dues    may   he   so
; heavy at  the outset that tramp steam-
IIers will continue for a long time   to
travel via Cape Horn,
In    regard    to    Australia's    eastern
trade  the   collective  opinion   is   that
the cut through Panama will nol  affect   it   at   all.     Foodstuffs   are   whal
we chiefly send, and already there is
j strong   competition   from    the    west
School Supplies
AND   EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  AT..,,
MOREY'S
665���Columbia Street���6��
New Westminster, B. C.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters!
M   ��� .lined
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINl TER, B c
Telephone  R 113. i      ,    Princess St,
I.
oast   of   America.      Such   rivalry    as
| Australia will have to encounter ln
the future will still come from there,
jas it is manufactures that are chiefly
exported from the eastern side. We
are a little nearer to the eastern mar-
,kets than the l'nited States and Canada, as the following figures show:
Miles.
Sydney  to  Yokohama    ���Ml'ii
Sydney  to   Hongkong    4,400
I San Francisco to Yokohama ....4,4X0
San Francisco to Hongkong  ...0.440
Vancouver  to  Yokohama    4,000
Vancouver   to   Hongkong    0.100
I
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders will he received by
the undersigned up to Monday. Sep
temher IL!, L910, for the erection and
completion of a Church Building on
Sixtli avenue.
Plans and specifications can he seen
at the residence of Kev. F. S. Okell,
Twelfth street and Eighth avenue.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
j. \v. Mcdonald, Sec.
This Range
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head Office 451  Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office      -     -      Kamloops, B.C.
LOST���LADIES' SILVF.R WATCH
with gold chain, between tram office and Third street. Suitable reward for returning same to Daily
News ofllce.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN��� '    '
THE        DAILY        NEWS
That
seems    a
hold claim,
hut   figure   it
out.  Thc Econ-
mlzer saves 20
of -\<o:ir fuel where
lnr I coal ii used and
with coal at $7.00 a ton
it ta':e<a surprisingly short
ti mil;i  good   the   heading
""his Range pays for Itself."
Note illustration in lower right
land  corner showing  Economizer
detached.   This great fuel saver is to
be had only on Gurney-Oxford Stoves.
��5? @6aneettor
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now he ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ::
Business, Accounts   opened
on favorable  terms.   ::
INCORPORATED; 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
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NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B,  C,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
White Star-Dominion!
Canadian Service
The
ac-
new STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.8. LAURE^'C���
Triple  tcrew,  14,8f1 ton..
6.8. MEGAN i,_-.
Twin    ��crew,    H.soo   torn.
largest   and   most   modern.
commodatlon equal to any crew
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rate* and Tickets Apply to
E.GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
I.i the name < f t'-.e range illustrated.   It is a steel
range, and a? cut shows is of a beautiful design.    The
top u the largest on any stove of similAr oven dimensions.   Both oven and warming closet are fitted with a drop
door.    Note front cf stove, by putting shaker on shank near
top of stove and giving a short turn, the top i * lifted to a convenient
angle for broiling or firing up.   Supplied with or without reservoir,
warming closet, etc.   Reservoir on either end. High Shelf when desired.
We have many other designs in this great line on our floor.   We invite
your inspection.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Cdlumbia Street
Itself.
A. GUNN
CABINETMAKING. ^
Furniture Made to Anj Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork ol All Kind*
39 Alexander St.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
PHONE 370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
phone 695
or leave orders nt
The  Arrow P'cSS
near The Daily News Co., co.i
Street. ^^p-,
*-        True Neff9'
Try a "WANT" ad in  11IC
It will bring results. TUESDAY,
!.U��J"
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SEPTEMBER 6, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
Automobile for Hire
Pay   and   Night.
Te,ephone: Day 703. Night L611
DATES
ink of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
...   $14,400,000.00
.APlTAU     11,000,000.00
;ESEBVE	
������h. a throughout    Canada    and
, ..to,    n!d,  anu  in   London,   Eng-
;eVsew Vork, Chicago and Spokane,
ft'i   and Mexico City.    A general
-s_Z_    business    transacted.    Let-
IP it credit Issued,   available   with
fceVpondents to   all   part, of   the
'sivlnrs Hank Department���Deposits
iveil In f"""s of il  and ul)Ward-
"     '   eat allowei at 3 per cent, per
���resent rate)
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
hi Inter
*S_ Assets" QT��tl86,000,W.O��
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
ransf er Co.
Kj!re 'PWM 1��-     Barn 'Pfcone 117
Columbia Street-
p,l?age   delivered   promptly   to
any part of tlie city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DKPOT.
At the annual meeting of the agricultural BOCletles of Hritish Columbia.
held In Victoria in January hist, dates
for the fairs throughout tbe Province
were arranged as follows:
First    Circuit.
Alberni      Sept. ll and 15
Nanaimo     Sept. 16 and 17
Comox      Sept. 22 and 2',',
Cowlchan        Sept. 23 and 24
Tbe Islands   Sept. 21
Victoria        Sept. 27 to Oct. 1
N.   and   S.   Saanich Oct. 7 and 8
Second   Circuit.
Coquitlam      Sept. 20
Maple   Ridge Sept. 21 and 22
Mission       : Sept. 23
Agassi/,        Sept. 27 and 28
Chilliwack      Sept. 2U, 21 and 22
Third    Circuit.
N'lcola       Sept. 13 and 14
Armstrong      Sept. 22 and %?,
Vftrnnn         Sept. 16 to 17
Kamloops        Sept. 28 to 30
Kelowna      Sept. 20 and 21
Salmon   Arm    Sept.. 23 and 24
Summerland       Oct. 17 and 18
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey       Sept. 27
Langley       Sept. 28
Eburne     Sept. 29 and 30
Ladner      Sept. 23 and 24
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
lloom (i  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
���Phone 661
Residence  Phone  133
f, 0. Box 395
Phone 730
rphy & Craig
Heating  and   Plumbing
Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial  Block
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'.eg for Ladk-B from .1275
Silver Watches,    gents'    open fact
,00.
rer Watches,  gents'  open    case
.50 up.
, irent    for    Waltham   and     Elgin
llrch.'S.
[Hatch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
|Two Don: a from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3_  to 25 H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
U
Phone   53.
Tenth   SL,   New  Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  U pri ver Landings
The New Sternwhee'er
S. S. PAYSTREAK |
Leases ltrackm��n-K*r Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
IPUtengers and freight as follews:
Th ,N,,,W  ^'*'8"nin8ter Tuesday
IInursdaj and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Waves fhilliwack  Wednesday, Fri
say an.i Sunday nt 7 a. m.
I  lr't Class Passenger Accommodation
"OYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
W RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
Departures.
5:45���To Seattle, Port Moody, Bar-
nett and Vancouver.
8:00���To Vancouver.
9:15���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancouver and  locsl  points.
IS:05���To St. Paul. Kootenay points
and Sumas.
16:45���To Vancouver and local
points. Agassi?, and local points.
19:,'15���To Montreal and Okanagan
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
7:43���From Montreal, Vancouver,
Port  Moody.
fl: 10���From St, Paul, Okanagan.
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From Agassiz, Vancouvei
and local points.
16:15���From Vancouver.
18:45��� From Vancouver, Seatt'e
and local points.
20: 10���From  Vancouver.
22:1)2���From Montreal and Nicola
ivoints.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H.  C.   B.  FOSTER,  A. G.  P. A��� Van
couver.
DR.   WESBROOK'S   PAPER.
'Life   and   Health   as     National,    As-
sets the Subject for Congress.
| St. Paul, Aug ".���One of the addi esses to be delivered at the second
-National Conservation congress in St
Paul, September 5, which will come
closer to the home life of every Am-
erican, Is that of Dr. P. F. Wes'hrook,
dean of the medical school of the University of Minnesota, and a former
Winnlpegger.
"Life and Health as National Assets" is the subject to be discussed by
Dr. Wesbrook. No other del I of conservation furnishes a broader field for
discussion, according to the officers
of the congress, and much that will
benefit mankind is expected to come
from the paper to be read hy Dr. WeB-
brook, an authority on national vitality.
To give an idea of the scope of the
question to be discussed by Dr. Wesbrook, lt is pointed out that the report on "National Vitality, its Wastes
and Conservation," made to the National Conservation commission hy
Irving Fisher, professor of political
economy, Yale University, showed:
Kvery day and every hour In the
year about 3,000,000 persons He dangerously ill in the United States.
Fully half of this illness is preventable.
Three-fourths of tuberculosis, from
which 150,000 Americans die annual-
lly, could be avoided.
If each life lost is appraised at only
$1,700, and each year'B average earn*
lings for adults at only  $700, the eco-
| nomic gain from preventing this loss
exceeds one and a half billions.
FAMINE   AND   CHOLERA
STALK THROUGH   ITALY
WISH   UNFULFILLED.
Rome, via the Frontier, Sept. ..���In
response to appeals for aid from
Bariand, other ports on the Adlratlc,
and even as far south as Reggio. the
government is shipping food and
clothing for the poor, and the chamber of deputies is preparing to vote
"distress grants" for the relief of tlie
people.
Meanwhile reports are becoming
more frequent that disorder and riot
have occurred at many places owing
to the distressing con litions. The
government, while extending aid, has
announced that many outbreaks will
he dealt with summarily and that
troops have been rushed to the affected districts. The causes of the distress
are tlie failure of the vine and olive
crops and the destruction of homes
by earthquake and the consequent
famine produced by lack of employment for the masses. Added to this,
cholera has become epidemic, having
entered the country from Odessa.
ASYLUM GUARDS BRUTAL.
Inmate   Dies   from   Beating   Administered,  It Is Charged, by Them.
Ouebec. Sept. 1.���Witnesses in the
trial of two former guards at the
Beauport asylum testified that ln the
case of Bain, an inmate who died
from injuries inflicted, it is alleged,
by the guards, had seven broken ribs,
some broken in three places, and one
rib had penetrated a lung.
The two guards, Antone Couture
and Gabriel Lemonier, are charged
with manslaughter.
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
W. E. Wsleh      W. E. Walsh, Jr.
factory, 226 14th St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Phone 413.
We  make a specialty  of  fir
doors, steamed and Min dried.
Westminster
GARAGE
Ah   Kinds  of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Cani
a'von   and Sixth   St.   New
Westminster B. C, Phone 854.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hoepttal.
223   Townsend   St.     Mataraity
and non-contagious meuicul
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755,
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING ]
Estimates Given on Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk. Ph��"��  M8
New Westminster to New Westminster,
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
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00 Sftturday for Steveston and way polnte.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C.  E. R. ticket office and on board steamer.   Elec
"lc cars leave Steveston every hour ton the half-hour) for Vancou-
"er,
8��e the Famous Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
,{o'ind trip tickets to Steveeton. Saturday afternoons, $1.
StopChe Leaks
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Q    range and . ave 20 per cent,
of your coal bill.
Thc "Chancellor" shown
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made by the well known
Gurney - Oxford Compan y.
There's no better to be had
in thc country. Made in
more styles and sizes than
any steel range on the market, with every late device
for economy and convenience.
Material is thc best to be
had, inside and out. With
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Drop door on warming closet. Divided oven flue, to
insure even baking. Broiler top. Thermometer on
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Let us demonstrate to yi.u the
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idso show you other (lurney-Oiford
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our floorc all the time.
Get neqiininted with the best
known, best liked stovee and ranges in
all Canada, i** 4* <t mw���for the good
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681  Columbia Street.
Ex Convict    Meets    Grim    Reaper    on
Way    Home.
Indianapolis, Sept. 1. **\ K his way
home to spend the reutdu'.ag days of
a life tragedy, J. Wess Moore, ex-con-
vlct, lies today in the morgue here
only a few miles from liis goal. His
last wish was unfilled. Moore dropped
I dead on the streets here yesterday.
Some twenty-flve years ago Moore
left Greenfield, Ind., following crop
failures, and went to California
,dreaming of recouping his lossse by
mining. He took a happy wife with
him. Moore located a promising
claim, but had It only a short time
j when claim-jumpers drove him off.
Returning to save his property, Moore
'shot one of them dead. He was sent
to San Questin prison for life.
Shortly afterward his wife died of a
I broken heart. A year ago Moore was
paroled. He organized what he called the Society for the Friendless, to
help ex-convlcts become good men,
and to secure the parole of deserving
prisoners, spending his soldier's pension of $12 a month for that purpose.
He gained such an enviable reputation, and so much newspaper praise
that politicians on the California prison commission, who were engaged in
the work Moore was doing, It is alleged, became jealous, and succeeded
In getting the old man sent back to
pi ison for life on flimsy grounds. Recently public sentiment forced his. re-
ease again, and he started for his
home only to die en route.
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
wil! be prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanitary Ilvlaw.
By  Order, S. .1.  PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hall, June 13. 1910.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Steel Castings.
The corporation requires tenders
for steel castings for the new pipe
line. Plans, specifications and further
details can be obtained from J. \V. B.
Blackman, city engineer. Tenders
will he received up to September 6,
l'JIO, by the undersigned.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk,
August 23, 1910.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tendesr for Cast  Iron Special.
The corporation Is desirous of receiving tenders for cast iron specials
for the new water main. Plans specifications and further particulars ran
be obtained from J. \V. li. Blackman,
city engineer. Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 5
p.m. of September 12, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
August 30, 1910.
FACE INSURANCE
You insure your life, house,
business holdings, etc., etc. Why
not your face.
The policy of the "Gillette"
is to insure you against further
lhaving troubles, dull unhoned
razors, cuts, time lost, money spent
A Gillette Safety Razor
establishes a long term insurance
policy for your face.
Jisk or writ* for our from booktmt
explaining a hundred and on*
things you ought to know about
shaving and th* cart of your fact.
Gillette Safety Raror Sft consists
of triple silver plated holitrr that will
last a lifetime, with 12 double edged
blades (24 teen ed_es) in velvet lined
leather ease.    Price $5.00.
Combination Sets���Brush, Soap, etc.
$6.50 to $50.00
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at 11:30 P.M. for PRINCE  RUPERT  and  STEWART.
Monday's steamer makes close connection at Prince Rupert with
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Masset, Kincolith, Naas Bay, Charlotte
City, LocUeport, Jedway, Ikeda Bay, etc.
Friday's steamer makes close connection at Prince Rupert with
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Massett, Kincolith, Naas Bay, etc.
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS   at   2   P.M.  for   VICTORIA and  SEATTLE.
For rates, time tables, booklets, and full information, passenger
or freight, apply to
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent.    H.  G.  SMITH, City Pass.  Agent.
533 Granville Street, Vancouver.    Phone 7100.
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP  LINES.
The
Edmonds Development Co.,
Limited
Authorized Capital   -
-   $25,000
In 250 Shares of $100 Each, Fully Paid Up and Non-Aisewable
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Charles rt. Gordon, Esq., President.
Benjamin G.  Walker, Esq., J. P.      Edgar H. Sands, Esq., Vice-Pres.    Dugald C. Patterson, Esq.
Percy B. Brown, Esq. Arthur Bradley, Esq. Arthur Wedge, Esq.
BANKERS:  MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The above company was formed In February of this year, and duly registered under the Company's
Act of 18117, with the main object of acquiring properties in New Westminster's beautiful suburb of Ed
monds. upon    the   Burnaby    Heights, and developing and building upon same.
The settler or the Investor has only to glance at the general development of Edmonds within the
last twelve months and to note in particular the work accomplished by the Edmonds Development Company ln the district, to see at a glance where lies tbe choicest fi' Id In the neighborhood of New Westminster for safe investment and  splendidly  situated and healthy residence.
Whilst the Edmonds Development Company Is ln the best se se of the word a co-operative foundation, and considers the claims of its investors as prior to al! others, where the development of property
by means of the company's funds is sought: lt takes also Into the fullest consideration the claims of
the settler who wishes to acquire property in the neighborhood, or. having land, wishes to build a home
thereon.
Those operations in realty and construction which the Edmon'f Development Company has already
undertaken in Burnaby during the current year, have shown a net return to Investors, upon the capital
subscribed to date, of over 2*. per cent., and during the seven months of the Company's active existence they hare acquired at cheap cont soiue very valuable permanent assets In the district, among which
may be mentioned that splendidly situate.) triangular business lo! at the junction of the Vancouver and
Edmonds roads, and buigalow sites upoi the latter highway.
With the object of immediately extending the fleld of the Company's operations, the Directors of
the Edmonds Development Company. Ltd., bow propose to rlaee upon the market a further block of $10.
000 worth of stock, aad they look with coifldence to residents of the districts of New Westminster
and of Burnaby and Edmonds ln particular, to respond in subscribing for shares In the Company.
The stock of the Edmonds Development Company has never been advertised or "boomed." The
occasion for such has never arisen. The corporation has hitherto gone smoothly along, making inter-
est quietly and steadily, and its directors have touched none but safe and profitable Investments, whilst
many of Its shareholders have considerably Increased their holdinrs
Applications for stock may be made upon the following form, which should be cut out and forwarded to the undersigned: I
Enclosed find $ for deposit on   share of the stock of the Edmonds Development Company, Ltd.   Balanc* to be paid In nine monthly instalments of f  each.
Occupation
Date	
Address ..
Signature
WALTER S. ROSE, Secretary-Treasurer
Merchants Bank Building New Westminster, B.C.
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TO  MAKE  MEN   HARDY.
One of the great  problems of our
tih.e. Prof. William James has declared, is to discover "a moral equlval-1 owns them is vile in any way wbatso-
tnt for war���something heroic thai ever ? individuals, dally mme numer.
uill speak to men as war has done, 0USi no^ fge] this chic passion, li is
:>nd yet will be as compatible with oniy a question of blowing on the
their spiritual natures as war has gpark till the whole population gets
.proved itself to be incompatible." Incandescent, and on the ruins of the
The fundamental failure of peace- ��,j.i morals of military honor a stable
advocates thus far, lie tells us, has system of morals of civic honor builds
lain in    their    failure    to grasp   the itself up."
psychology of the militarist. War, it Professor James proceeds to state
is constantly reiterated, is crass and the definite "idea" thai Inspires him,
brutal. X') cue denies that. Bul it is the idea that he hopes may offer a
flso sublime and heroic; it is the moral substitute for the military vir-
romance of history. As Professor lues now regnant. He says:
Jo   i - ��� its it: "There is nothing to make mie In-
"Reflectlve apologists for war at the dignanl in the more fact thai life js
presenl day all take it religiously, it hard, thai men should toil and suffer
is a sort of sacrament, lis profits are pain. The planetary conditions once
<n* the vanquished as well as to tho for all are such, and we can stand it.
victor; and. quite apart from any Bul thai so many men. by nere acci-
question of profit, it is an absolute dents of birth and opportunity, should
good, \.e are told, for it Is human have a life of 'nothing else' bul toil
nature at its highesl dynamic. Its and pain and hardness and inferiority
*��� Mi'.-' a e a cheap price to pay for imposed  upon them, should have 'no'
vacation,    while   others   natively no
more deserving never get any taste of
of co-education  and  zoophily,  of this campaigning life at all,���'this' is
and  'associated capable of arousing indi
REMEMBER    WE   CLOSE    AT   6   P.M.    SATURDAYS, 10 p. M,
ALL   BACHELORS     BARBARIANS
rescue from the only alternative sup-
,.   d, i f a world of clerks and teachers,
Rev. Anna  Shaw Says Yes. and  Only
Marriage Can Civilize Them,
. Xew Vork. Sept. 5.���Thai a bachelor ls, per se. an uncivilized creatur',
is the contention of the Kev. Anna
Shaw. She lields that marriage ls the
only thing that can avail to make thel
! poor thing either comfortable or civilized.
"Of course," she says, "the common idea that marriage is the consti-
mation Of a woman's life more than
it is of a man's Is absolutelj baseless
and foolish. As a matter of fact man
needs marriage and heme more than
does woman, ' A woman can make a
home for herself whether she marries
or not, and she can also keep her
character. A man can do neither. He
needs to be married In order to be
iii her comfortable or civilize I. He
needs the restraints of home life
with his family to keep him straight.
"1 don't mean that naturally and
originally woman was one bit better
or purer than man.    In fact they prob-
urtain
enes
rei elve I an es i l< nl rani e < '��� oharmlni   desigi
n I scrim, and fancj net. We shall soon have i"1
i i
���
We bave Jusi recenl Ij  rei ei I
sti i; ed and lace trimmed bci lm
playing these good . our crowded condition al   presenl  rendering it almost  Impo
this extensive selection.   This week we hope to be using oar ne.\ addition- it will b
fore ll is quite completed   but we musl be In as soon i ��� po Bible or we shall be
new goods.   Come and see ibe surprising changes we have made.
Cream Madras, Muslins, plain and escallopi I i I es; a wide range of    striking
t oloi ed
11 r yari
Madias Muslins, in cathedral, floral aad sel  patti   i i   a choice collection ol
to $1.00
.50c ti
Openworked Striped Scrim
ibly were created with stronger pas-l
consumer's   leagues,'  and  'associated capable ol arousing indignation in re- slons   because   otherwise   they   would
charities,'   of  industrialism   unlimited  flective minds.   It may end by seem- not be willing i i suffer their pain. But|
and feminism unabashed. No scorn, no ing shameful to all of us that some of fo1' many centuries men liave insisted!
hardness,  no  valor any  more!    Fie us have nothing-but campaigning, and
for many
on restraint and control    in    woman.
otherwise refusing to give them sup-
upon sue!, a cattlcyard ol a planet !      others nothing but unmanly ease.        |port) so ���,.���   wo.naU hag ,Jt,_n ,._,...,,
"So  far  as  the  central  essence  of     "If now���and this is my idea���there to a higher plane by a combination of
this  feeling  goes,  no  healthy-minded were, instead of military conscription  heredities    and    environments,    Xow
person   it seems to me, can help   to1 a conscription of the whole youthful they are where they can get ajong bet-
some degree partaking of it.   Militar- j population to form for a certain num- "^ ^metntfcntS
Ism is the great    preserver    of    our  ber of years a part of the army enlist- 'can the men.
ideals  of  hardihood,  and   human  life ed    against    'Nature,'    the    injustice]    "But as for the  unmarried    men���
with no use for hardihood would    be would tend to he    evened    out,    and  why,  I'm  told  that   the  furnishers of
contemptible' j numerous other goods to the common- ''te11 class apartments make it a point
! wealth  would    follow.    The    n.ilitarv ')? p.ut a ,1,al1' af w1��",en'B sliP'!ers on
I..    .      .    .     ... ,     ,.       ,   "   the hearthstone ami that thev sprinkle
.ideals of hardihood and discipline around oUler uttle feminine touches
would he wrought into the growing i just to give tlie illusion of a happy
fibre of the people; no one would re-'no,ne l0 tlle P����r lonely bachelors."
"The whole atmosphere of present-
day Utopian literature tastes mawkish;
and dishwatery to people    who    still
keen a sense for life's    more   bitter
flavors.    It  suggests,    in    truth, ubi- main blind, as the luxurious    classes
qultous inferiority." now are blind, to man's real relations
In the future towards which we are t0 the globe he lives on. and to    the
drifting,  he says, we must still  sub-j Permanently sour   and   hard   founda-
ject ourselves collectively    to    those !tions of his higher life,
severities which answer to   our   real
position upon this only partly hospit-
Dr, Shaw thinks that there should
be a course in matrimony in the public schools. She believes that domestic economy and social hygiene should
be taught to all children.
A stylish curtaining for this sea on, comes In white and Paris Bhades;  verj  efl
i ! yed in this serviceable creatl >n for ��Indow draping.   From, per yard 	
to 60:
Figured Scrim
Almost as popular as it was last season.
suitable colorings.    Per yard	
See our selection of new designs, In a plea   i
.30:
Plain and Stencilled Casement Cloth
The correct novelty in curtain draping.    Some exclusive
trlped effects.    Also in plain cream and ecru.    Prom, pel
patterns In Btencllled floral di  I i     nd fancy
yard    45c to $1.25
able globe. We must perpetuate the
Quality of manliness, to,, which the
military mind so faithfully clings, in
new energies and hardihoods. "Martial virtues must he the enduring ce-
ir.eni; Intrepidity, contempt of softness, surrender of private interest,
obedience to command, must still remain the rock upon which states are
built���unless, indeed, we wish for
dangerous reactions against commonwealths fit only for contempt, and
liable to invite attack whenever a
centre of crystalizatlon for military-
minded enterprise gets formed anywhere in their neighborhood.
The war party is assuredly right in
affirming and reaffirming that the
martial virtues, although originally
gained by the race through war, are
absolute and permanent human good.
Patriotic pride and ambition in their
military form are, after all, only
specifications of a more general competitive passion. They are its first
form, but that Is no reason for supposing them to he its last form. Men
now are proud of belonging to a conquering nation, and without a murmur
they lay down their persons and their
wealth, if by bo doing they may fend
ofl subjection.
"Bul who can be sure that 'other
aspects of one's country'    may   not.
"Kvery woman should know how to
"To coal and Iron mines, to freight cook and keep house and sew, whath-
trains, to fishing fleets in December, ieror not sllc h:ls ,0 do an>' ��f u>ese
to dish-washing, clothes-washing, and
window-washing, to road-building and
herself   after   marriage,"   she
s
ordinary domestic duties.
I
WED., SEP. 7
Harry Tidy, Manager.
things
says.
"But not only women should know
tunnel-making, to foundries and stoke- about housekeeping. Men should be
holes, and to the fumes of skyscrap- taught not to he absolutely helpless.
ers, would our gilded youths be draft-lTlie-v should learn how to cook simple
ed  off,  according to  their  choice,  toltin" ""-'! ,: ���""'    ' -I '' '���     ������ ,. ���
get the childishness knocked out of
them, and to come back into society
with healthier sympathies and soberer
ideas. They would have paid their
blood-tax, done tlieir own part in the
immemorial human warfare against
Nature, they should tread the earth
more highly, they would be better
fathers and teachers of the following
generation.
"Such a conscription, with the state
of public opinion that would have required it, and the many moral fruits it
would bear, would preserve in the
midst of a pacific civilization the manly virtues which the military party is
so afraid of seeing disappear in peace.
We should get toughness without callousness, authority with as little
criminal cruelty as possible, and pain-
ful work done cheerily because the
duty is temporary, and threatens not,
as now, to degrade the whole remain
der of one's life.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF SUITS
Arrived Saturday afternoon, and this Included a smart array of ladies'  enits  in  rough  cheviot,  worsteds,
and broadcloth.    We do not intend to keep these In stock very lone, tbey are marked for quid    ���  era,
 no iioUl up prices on  Smith's  ready  to  wear���and  this  is  an   inducement  for early buying.    L'p-to-the-
mlnute styles, skirts in banded,   pleated   and   panelled   effects   and coats the newest  model        eet from
the factory.
Specially Priced $16.50, $20.00 and $25.00
faaWL-fVOL-il I,   I     1���1
WED., SEP. 7
"I have no serious doubt thai the
ordinary prides and shames of serial
man are capable of organizing such a
mi ral equivalent as I have sketched,
with time and education ami surges- or some other jusi as effective for pre-
tlon enough, come to be regarded with' serving manliness of type. It is bul
slmilarlj effective feelings of pride a Question of time, of skilful props-
and .'    Why  should  men  nol   gandism and of opinion-making   men
some day feel thai ii is worth a blood- seizing historic opportunities."
lax to belong to a collectively super-   ������-������- ��� -��� ������      ������      ���
ior community in 'any' Ideal respect ?
Why Bhould they not blush with Indignant shame if the community   that
IT   PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���NI���
THE DAILY NEWS
PIXLEY & LUDERS' MUSICAL MASTERPIECE
-THE-
Burgomaster
Why! The Idea.   Is It Possiple ?
GUS C. WEINBERG-Himself
The original Peter Stuyvesant, and the same Big Company of Favorites, including that Bewitching
Chorus of
KANGAROO GIRLS
Seats On Sale At Tidy's Florist Store.
At last a Positive Cure has been found for
ASTHMA
in the Now Famous INDIAN HERB CURE
Manufactured and put up in Victoria, B. C, by J. F. Fitzpatrick,
Address:    628 Hornby, Vancouver.    Phone R 4845.
Coming to  New Westminster Shortly���address later.
This Is one more proof of the effllcacy of the Asthma tare   Hear
what the Victoria lady has to say about the Asthma Cure,
1123 North Pnrk St..
Victoria, U.C., October 28,
1909.
found
Mr. Fitzpatrick,
I am writing this to let you know what a great relief 1 bave
your asthma   cure.   I have suffered rrom asthma for ten yean,
hare tried so many different remedies  and  have  found """IU,;;  , ..
have given me such great relief as your asthma   cure,   and DJ
I think 1 will find lt a cure.
MRS. MAV WH ry.
tinually taking it,
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We have the Exclusive Sale of several tracts
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See our list of Residences for Sale situated
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LIFE MEMBERSHIP SCHEME
APPEALS Tfl IMF PLAYERS
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CA5FD  WITH   EXHIBITION
MIXED IN NANAIMO SPORTS SEE SCRAPPY
MILL LAST FIFTEEN ROUNDS-
BURKE   THE   FAVORITE.
ala took the measure of
,,t .Mission City yesterday
iyed a fast game before
The game was calle I
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Advantages of Being Among the First
Members  of  Sport  Organization
Appreciated by Enthusiasts.
Already the committee appointed at
the recent meeting in the ink-rests of
golf in this city has secured a number of men who are ready to take life,
membership in the proposed club. The
present suggestion  is  thai   one  hun-l
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eaiin.  contest,    ^^^^^^^
was  some  good  baseball.
Nanaimo, Sept. 5.���Referee  , ,    , ^h_ ���������^^������s^**M���*m
,.,  ,,-,.    ,,, ,   ,,.    ,.,., ���,  dred  lie  members     ><��� obtained, the,
Hewitt, at the en   otae hMoon round . , ���    ,   .       ���,,���,     ,,   ,,'
,,    ,,���,,. ,���: ...        ,,    ,    i price of members up being If no.   Half
contest between Fireman   rom Burke _�� ,,���    ��� ,        .,   , ,   .,
,  ,   . ., . ,     ���   ,, Ol   this  is  to  be  paid  down  and    the
and Lee Manson   here   to unit,   an-1.   , .,    ',      ,,       ,        ,     '
balance on call, when the scheme has
taken  definite  shape and  a  suitable*]
site for the .rounds has been secured.'
The Initial outlay seems large   at
first when the advantages of the proposition are not considered, but when ;
it is remembered that the fee entitles
one to membership for life and that!
.���.���,.    The game was cai.ea   ���,���������.,.,,   ���,���  ,,et.,B,on  Q8   ���   di..w
Lwice to allow the players and!big portion of ihe audience were of
witness  a  tug-ol'-war  or11"'  opinion   that   Buvke  had  had  the
best ol the strapping,
hut In the inter-      ,,    , ^^^^_^^^^^_
Burke went down twice, once In the
tl;ere was  =��.���   ��������     |eighth     round    and    again     in    the
ore was seven to four In favor eleventh.   On neither   occasion   was
rals. ^ fa!1..thf_direct res"ll.()f   '* blow,
;  was  very poor
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\ STORE, BANK CfTTIWr' C I
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SHOW CASES
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in snots1""  """''' because of "faulty footwork ithe sh;"'es av*- almost certain to   ...-
ii ��� . ui,i,���. uiti, ��" ""' part of lll(' Vancouver man       ?,rease '" value if Pe��Ple continue to
|d the players could nol sblne with     Manson was only    saved    from    a'llV(' on the r"aK'' the shareholder is
i brilliancy, but under the knockoul  by  the gong in the    tenth a8Sured "r high class sport    and    a
,    the ball was good, prob- | round.    At   lhe end  of the boul   Man-   B00d '"ves"uent at  the same time.
, eVer seen In .Mission. Al  fon was a" In.   Burke was apparently  lli"ie,'��,is ''\ m,'"!i""    in  Vancouver
.     ,,        ,    iin greal  Bhape and good for another    "s week v''llcn " ls expected that a
Been eighth inning the game (in,.(.n mu] an0lU6r large  number  of  the  Terminal  City
I,        I "' a"0* s""l(' '" ""' ';lay'     The boul  v .    well patronized enthusiasts will be present.    On the
I   a train,    li  was not    a  _ ��� attendance of the meeting practically
���  and several of the Mapl Toronto Sculler Wins. depends the success or failure of the
played on the teams, j Philadelphia. Sept. 5.���Butler of |emerprise as the prime movers in the
the Argonaut Rowing club. 0f Toron- Bcheme will hardly feel justified in
i". won both the senior singles quar- Proceeding with further plans unless
ter mile dash, and the regular Benior '''"���'' receive enthusiastic support from
singles  scull  events  al    the    middle,th.e rae.n wl'�� are K��ing to play golf
regatta  held  on  the Schuykill
river.
the
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' a and  Roach    wore
n without taking any ill
.   Balmoral  shirt   lo il ed
���   .; mill son,  who   usually
Maple l.eal's when they
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,. tie won on their batting
ii emed to hit the ball I
|,!:mt  I   the  ri'iht   time! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
needed, whereas the 	
,,,  men  lefl  on  bases  Winnipeg City Clerk  Wears  Beard a
Llalmorals eight. Foot  Long.
was three to two In favor I    An elderly looking gentleman with]
("the Aler    al the end of the third a beard a fool  long  was spied by
the men  who are going to play
when il,e links are in order.
LIKES    HIS    WHISKERS.
WALKS   25    MILES   A   DAY.
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... after thai  the  Balmorals reporter seated toward the rear of the
, .. ahead, making one run League   of   American    Municipalities
and three in the fifth, convention ball recently,   The report-
i the meantime could not er   was   the  "victim" of   a  "hunch."
the seventh  tbey  man- Why  nol   Interview  the elderly  look-
��� one score. Ing gentleman���he surely must be the
Imorals    R.  Smith    gol oldest  delegate al  the convention.
��� .   |ii>. idsoti   two  and   .Munn
one each, while for   the
lens Roach. O'Reilly,    Sharpe    and
ind   gave   good
"You're from where?" asked the reporter a few minutes Inter.
"Winnipeg." was tlte reply.
"And your position there?"
"City clerk," answered the elderly
looking gentleman.
"For  many  years, I  suppose," said
|gnan score I.
(*    ���        implred
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j           Innings: '. 
 0 2 0 1 3 1 0 x���7 Ithe reporter.
(t:-.       12 0 0 0 0 1 0���li     "Yes,   either   acting   clerk    or    the
]��� teams: ,genuine   aiticle   since   1879,"  he   re-
PI   her.  .McPhail:    catcher,iplied,
O'Reilly;   2b, Poupore;  SS,      Then  the reporter hesitated.    Some
Fitzgerald;  if, Sharpe;  cf, persons   are   "touchy"   about    giving
Ipian: rl  Glass, ; their ages.    After a few moments he
German    Waitress'   .Work    Equal
Eight   Hour  March.
London, Sept -..���One of the waitresses at a large restaurant and beer
garden in .Munich became curious as
to the distance She was obliged to.
walk way day in serving the customers seated at her tables. To find
out she counted the number of steps
.she took from ten o'clock in the morning until midnight, when she went off
duty. Her stride Is twenty-seven and
one-half inches and during her hours
of duty she was compelled to take no
less than 58.000 steps, or a distance of
some twenty-five miles.
Commenting upon this fact a German newspaper says that this represents un eight hour march and that
it. shows what hard tasks are now
heen performed by women when obliged to earn their own living.
WE HAVE IT
Dust Bane
Put up in cans in
powder form. Just
sprinkle a little on
the carpet absorbs
all dust and kills all
germs in the carpet
Highly recommend--
ed by the medical
faculty.
A sure prevention of
sickness and disease
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
      ���
%    WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline. PHONE 473     *
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 it at
MARK
COLUMBIA STREET
���  Pitchfer,    It.    Smith:
Itcter. .1. Smith;   lb.    Sinclair;    2b.
Davidson:   3b,   Wright;   lf.
Jamieson; if. Daeldal.
asked:
"Mow old are you. Mr.���?"
"Brown���C. J. Hrown," said the eld-
PHILADELPHIA   DOCTOR
ADVOCATES  SUFFRAGE
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading  Co.
\   Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
RoyaVjCity Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box   13/
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BASEBALL
LABOR  DAY.
American League.
|At Chicago Hirst game)���
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Hon   	
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Pittsburg, Sept. 6.���"The state capital graft would never  have occurred
, , in Pennsylvania if women had votes,"
erly gentleman.    ".Now, 1 will leave to j declared Ur.  Karl Barnes, of Philadel-
you.   How old to you think I am?"      lIlWil, laBt week, in an address to the
The reporter looked him straight ln|countv teachers' institute on "Women
the lace and then Baid "about eighty."   suffrage  in   Kngland    and    America."
at the same time thinking be was sev- jj,.   Barnes continued:
eral years older. y0ll Women are an utterly negligi-
���Wrong." replied (he man from ble quantity. You want suffrage, yet
Winnipeg. vou (ion't g0 after it.   Your dutv is to
'Elghty.five?    asked the reporter.   I pliiv your full part in the democratic
"Far from it," he replied. "Fifty-1organization. You will never secure
tive is my age." The reporter almost ��� vm���. rlghta ,mtjl vou do (NVe gllall
id! off the chair. never   accomplish    those things    for
"You are not tho first one to judge whloh we Btand aa long us we are do.,���in��� in tront nf .^ hetween .,,.
Incorrectly." he replied. "I am par- shirkers What was once a right has ?W.gmg '" . ,ont ot .and be���een the
ti.l to these whiskers thoueb thev ;s""Ke,::" ^ >at was once a rignt nas g0_ls, seeking openings which were
,.' i-n ml   , J   vo r   iii       " , become an obligation. slow t0 , Both defences played
v,       v   n   eI   1",     ncni-norat.r    "I ^ Interested in   woman's   Buf-!decidedly b^tter lacro8Be    thJ  [_e
When   Winnipeg   was   Incorporated  trage because of my intense interest i10mes
l?J*ll't '"'��� ,InvnVM,?'nV\ffl"n,V',,h" f��r thP teaCh6r' W��men'S S,lftl'agei As a follow-up to a mixup between
and was employe, in the offlce of toe represents the same principles for'Jiumly Gifford, Shaun O'Reilly et al.
city   clerk.      In   18.9   the  clerk    was  whicll the war of the Revolution was about  five    hundred    ���,en and    boys
Contractors and
House Builders
Burns Helps Vancouver Win
Labor Day Lacrosse Match
(Continued From Page One)
mostly  confining  their   activities    to
It. 11. B.
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National   League.
At Cincinnati (first game)��� I
Stage  3   o   3
Incinnati   4 10   1
|t Cincinnati  (second game)���
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^^^^^^^^^^^^       the  clerk
taken   ill,  and   Mr.   Brown   was   made  fought"
acting clerk.    In 1883, when the clerk '
resigned Mr.  Brown was appointed in
his place, and has held the otlice ever
since.
"The Canadian system is not, like
yours. Up there we hold ofllce as
long as we are on our good behavior.
And  1 believe our system Is the bet
LAND  ACT.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice    that John    Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson    Island,   occupation
Wcagn   9 ll
fclnnatl   r>   (j
Ai PlttBburg��� U. H.
|��burg ll \2
S Louis      1    '.i
[A' v   idelphla��� " rt- H,
won  o   6
IWtdelphia .............. 18 16
�� Bro   lyn��� K. II.
WYork  2   s
rooklvn ���>   a
ter one. In the l'nited States a man j farmer, Intends to apply for permis-
sometlmes Is just beginning to learn sion to purchase the following de-
the duties of tlie ofllce when an elec-! scribed lands:
tion rolls round and be is ousted. In | Commencing at a post planted
Canada a num retains bis offlce. and'about one mile northeast from the
as  each  year  goes   by   he   becomes ibead  of  Billings  bay,  and about    40
more valuable to the city."
Aldrich Sails for Europe.
New York. Sept. 5.���Senator Nelson
chains easterly from the southeast
corner of timber lot number 371141,
tlience north 40 chains, thence east
40 chains, thence south 40 chains,
40  chains  to   point    of
i iW. Aldrich. with his wife, bis daugh-j thence   west 	
1 ter and son, Richard, sailed on   the,commencement, containing lfio acres
B. IKaiser Auguste Victoria today for a
8   trip  abroad.    The party  will  be gone
ti about six weeks.
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1010.
rushed on the  field, followed    by    a
policeman.    The field was eventually
i cleared and the game proceeded with.
|    The tragedy is laboriously explained
below:
Summary.
First quarter���
Goals���Adamson, 2 min.; O'Reilly,
1:10; Adamson. 11:50; Len Turnbull,
20 seconds; O'Reilly, 1:10.
Penalties���Tommy Burns, Hugh
Gifford, J. Gifford, Hogan, Hennessey.
All five minutes.
Second quarter���
Goals���Adamson, 16:15.
Penalties���O'Reilly, Galbraith. Five
minutes each.
Third quarter���
Goals���Bones Allen, 6:15.
Penalties���T. Gifford, Len Turnbull.
Five minutes each.
Last quarter���
Goals���Bones Allen, 6:15.
Penalties���O'Reilly, J. Gifford. Ten
minutes. George Rennie, rest of the
game.
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*** of th
e tJh'ls who will be seen here at the opera house
on Wednesday    evening with "The Burgomaster."
line   of   tne   Best
Lardware in this City.
^W e have a full
Builders   riarcr
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
money.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.'i
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* A Beautiful Assortment of Rings       ���
��� on view at Gray's
*
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J    Diamond Rings from $15.00 to $200.00
J    Pearl Rings from   $2.50 to $15.00
i    Rings with assorted stones as pearl  and  diamond,  pearl  and  ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
���
John B. Gray
i WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.  '
*    Dominion   Trust  Block. Columbia   St.
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The Teams.
Westminster. Vancouver.
Goal.
Gray Chirk
        Point.
Galbraith  Griffith
Cover point.
r.  Gilford       Howard
First defence.
 Pickering
Second  defence.
 Godfrey
Third defence.
 West
Centre.
I. Gifford
Marshall
J.   Gilford
Rennie
, .Hennessey
Third home.
W. Turnbull    O'Reilly
Second home.
L. Turnbull Hogan
First home.
Feeney    Adamson
Outside home.
Latham   Burns
Inside home.
G. Spring   Allen
Officials.
Referee���W. Ditchburn.
Goal umpires���O.    Swanson (Westminster) and   J.   Herman   and   Joe
Reynolds <Vancouver).
Timekeepers���C.    D.    Peele  (Westminster) and P. Devlne  (Vancouver).
Penalty  clerks���C.    A.    Sutherland
(Westminster)   and C.  Young    (Vancouver).
Accident
By taking out a policy in the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you are protected against accidents of all kinds. The Railway
Passengers is the oldest accident company in the world. Claims paid
over thirty million dollars.
The policies are free from objectionable restrictions, clear, concise and easily understood by anyone.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
6 57 Columbia Street
Phone 62 ��� Si
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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SEpTEMB
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WKST-
mlnster Board of Trade meets in tne
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
banging and decorating. Slxtto
Btreet,  New Westminster.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PHESS FOR EVBHY
kind of Job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 1415. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth Btreet.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac., 811 Dublin St.,
Phone L615.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention glTen to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write if unable to visit us.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS
bars and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street, New
���Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, WilMams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WUKKS,
Limited. Front street. New west
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill miicninery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
REASONS WHY NEWSPAPERS
IN INDIA ARE SUPPRESSED
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY CO.
FIRE  APPLIANCES.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.    THE LAT-
est In fire fighting apparatus.
R. Harris & Co.. Lavery block,
Columbia street.    Plione 656.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guarantees
Columbia street. New Westminster
Educated      Indians      Were
Preaching   Robbery,   Murder
and    Revolution.
Commencing Sunday, August 21. the
train for Kootenay, St. Paul and Chicago will leave at 15:05    instead
16:25.
Passengers   for   Port    Moody-
can  leave at 16:45 anl  atnw
at
agent
of
md
^^^'.oUoml.   at 18:27.    Ed. Goulet.
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone 18. Newest and most up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine.  J. Tr achy, Prop.
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone 10.1. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD  REGULATIONS.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Westminster Trust Block.
R. T. PRINCE, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, citv.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Coumbia street. Telephone 62.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE.  SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate  and  Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm  and  sunurbn .  property,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
loring. A new line of Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. 46 Lorne street.
Phone R 508.
I...    DYERS AND CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
��tb arid fi,��5i-B, 315 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
' Jibre���not pressed ln. Goods called
for and delivered.
Any available Dominion Lands witn
in the railway belt iu British Columbia, may be homesteaded hy any per
son wbo is th.' sole head of a family
or any male over IS years of age( to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
tha local land offlce for the district
ln which the land is situate. Entry
by pioxy may, however, be made om
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or Bister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls required to per- j
form the  condition?  connected therewith   under   one   of    tbe    tonowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and  cultivation  of the land on
ach year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, if tne
father is decased), of the homesteader
resides ui>on a farm ln the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
Bach person residing with the lather
Or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent I
I residence  upon   farming   land   owned j
by hlm in  the vicinity  of  his tiome j
jetead, the requirements as to residence |
may  be  satisfied  by  residence   upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
.leased for a period of twenty-one
years at an annual rental of fl per
acre. Not more than 2560 ac.ee
Bhall be leased to one individual *������*
company. A royalty at the fiu�� ot
five oents per tea shall be celleoted
on tbe merchantable o*al mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister 1 the interier.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOK HACKS AND
���mart turnout The Fashion Sta
Met.
N. I).���Un authorized   pnbUoattm   of
���hi.   �����(�����. rtim>m��>.t win    net b�� paw
FISH   AND   GAME.
bENSON   k AYL1NU. FISH,  FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc.  Dean Block,
t   next to Bank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
\y.   E.   FALES;   THS   rURNlTUKE
' Healer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWA1TE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Ciftrk-
son street (behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture ln fir and oak.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store tu tings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteis
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleven tb
and car line. P. O. box 264. Pbone
473
90   YEARS'
XPBRIBNCC
Trade Marks
DCSIQNS
Copyrights Ac.
AtiTOno tending . iketcta sod dmcrtntlnn ta*J
)nleklr ucartaln our opinion free wbetber an
InvsnUon la profcabl. UM.ent��l>j��, fomnranlot.
MomrtrtotlrconllilcliMal. HAND:
tent free. yMett agone* '	
ton Hateuti
���acuruigpstenu.
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reottvs
spteUU taoticb,' -SituSai __% Id tde
Scknttflc American.
A hendtomelf UlnatnteffweeUj. Lamest ctr-
MlKioo of ��nj tdeutlflo Journal. Tenet for
Caned a, fUS a year, puttage jirepold.   Bold bj
all DWMl"l'^
PAPER   HANGING  A  DECORATING.
1.  HUDSON,  WALL PAPER, KOOM
The   Fail   Fairs.
The dates of the fall fairs through
the uprer country and Coast have
been announced as foliowb:
Nicola Valley, September 14.
Kamloops, September 28, 29 and
30.
Vernon, September 15, 16 and 1".
Armstrong, September 22 and 28.
Kelowna, September 20 and 21.
Salmon Arm, September 23 and 24.
Vancouver, August 16 to 20 inclu-
sire.
Victoria, September 27 to October 1.
New Westminster, October 4 to 8
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According to the special correspondent of The Times, tlie native press,
conducted by Indians educated In
England, lias been responsible for
much of the unrest which has nuule itself manifest in the Indian empire. He
speaks in particular of a paper now
suppressed, the Yungatar, which
achieved a startling popularity. It
was founded in 190G by Barindra Kumar Chose, a brother of Arabindo,
and by Bhupendranath Dutt, only
brother of the celebrated Swami Vive-
kananda, who visited Europe and Am-(
erica as the missionary of the Hindu
revival and has been revered In In-]
ilia since his premature death in 1906
as a modern rishi and no less great
one than tliose of ancient Vedic times, j
Barindra Gbose, who had studied hls-|
tory and political literature at Baroda,
where Arabindo was professor in the
Gaekwar's college, had originally intended to start a religious institution,
and whilst he edited the Yugantar, he
rounded a hotel for youths attending
"national" schools. The Yugantar set
itself to preach revolution as a religious even more than a political movement.
Murder Openly Preached.
Tlie doctrines preached by this paper included the organization of se-j
cret revolutionary societies, the manufacture of bombs and the Importation
of guns, robbery for the purpose of obtaining funds for the movement, and
the taking of blood. "The law of the
English is established on brute force,
and if to liberate ourselves we, too,
must use brute force, it is right that
we should do so." Nor Is this doctrine merely stated in general terms:
"Will the Bangal worshippers of
Shakti shrink from the shedding of
blood? The number of Englishmen in
this country is not above one lakh and
a half, and what is the number of
English officials in each district? If
you are firm in your resolution you
can in a single day bring English rule
to an end. Lay down your life, but
first take a life. The worship of the
goddess will not be consummated if
you sacrifice your lives at the shrine
of independence without shedding
blood."
These are the doctrines of revolutionary Hinduism expounded day by
day for nearly two years by a group
of highly educated young Bengalis, the
effectiveness of whose appeal to sacred traditions was enhanced by remarkable qualities of style. 1 have
before me a letter from a Hindu
scholar, who certainly has no sympathy with the methods advocated by
the Yugantar: "Nothing like these
articles ever appeared before in Bengali literature. 'Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speak-
eth,' and this was essentially true in
the case of the Yugantar. The government translator confessed in the
high court tliRt he had never befoie
read Bengali language so lofty, so
pathetic, and so stir; ing, that it was
impossible to convey It in an English
translation.
Yet, the writers had never learned
to write Bengali In tlieir school days,
and the organ tone of Milton, which
was distinctly audible in the Bangaii,
betrayed under English education.
The sale was unbounded. The circulation of the Yugantar lose to over
60,000, a figure never attained before
by any Indian newspaper, and sometimes when there was a special run
upon a number the Calcutta newsboys
would get a rupee for a single copy
before the issue was exhausted. So
great indeed, was the demand that the
principal articles were republished In
a small volume, entitled, "Mukti con
Pathe: "Which way does salvation
lie?" Not only were these appea's
to radical and religious passion. re.
fleeted in many other papery *_\ ovcr
Bengal, but the most l'-ia6���tuble fact
of all was that scarry any native pa-
per, even amr>st Ulf)se of un aVQW.
edly mo: ciH(e complexion, attempted
t0 co^��it4ract, or venture to protest
'"orfinst, fc'ithcr the matter or the tone
of these publications. Their success.
on the other hand, Induced not a few
to follow suit.
What  is  forgotten  ln   England   bj
the uncompromising champions of the
freedom of  the  press   Is  that   in   a
country like ours, with Its party sys
tem  fully   represented   in   the  public
press,   even   the   newspapers   which
either party may consider most mischievous,  find  their  corectivc  in  the
newspapers of   the  other   party.    In
India that is not. the case.    There is
no healthy play of public opinion. The
i classes whose confidence in the Ilrit-
Ush  raj  is  still   unshaken   are   practically   unrepreesnted   in   the   press',
j which Is mostly In the hands of the
intellectuals,  of  whom   the   majority
are drifting Into increasing e.tiange-
ment,  while  the  minority  are  generally too timid to try to stem the How
Ing tide.
Nor, if the "Moderates" In the Bengal were overawed by the violence of
the new creed, can the whole blame
he laid upon their shoulders when one
remembers how little was being done
by  government,  and   how   ineffective
that little waB to check this Inceodiar-
Ism.    Though there were many press '
prosecutions, and action  was repeatedly  taken against the  Yuganstar ia
res; ent of particular-articles, the limited powers possessed by government
weie  total y  inadequate,  and  It.  wus
not till tlie Indian newspapers (Incite
ment to offences) act was passed in i
June.  11108,  that  the   Yugantar   was I
suppressed.    In the meantime It. had I
left an Indelible maik on Indian bis-1
forr. ,'
The Oven
Of a Range
THAT a perfectly constructed,
air-tight oven will bake better with ball the fuel than a
loosely constructed oven. Is a fact
beyond question. The Majestic
oven Is made of heavier material
than any other, and is riveted (not
bolted) to a malleable I. or angle
iron frame, making it absolutely
air-tight. The oven in an ordinary stove or range is bolted or
riveted to the range body, without
bracing and without frames, al*
lowing a knife blade to pass
tbrough corners and sides. It la
natural that with an oven con*
���tructed in this manner, It re*
quires twice the fuel, and not near
as good results as can be obtained
In any oven of a Majestic Range.
The Majestic oven stays that way,
too.
Not* the illufUttioM.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUMBIA   STREET.
Notice is hereby given that under
the authority of section Mi of tlie municipal clauses act, the following
buildings are declared to be a nuisance and dangerous to the public
safety, and it is hereby ordered that
they be pulled down and removed by
the owner, agent, lessee or occupier
thereof, viz.:
On lot 'i, C. block 12, two buildings
between Garilhouse's bakery and
Hotel Russell, and two buildings and
shacks between Cunningham Hardware company's store and Hotel Russell.
On lot 1, block G., shacks occupied
as Chinese laundry between Central
hotel and blacksmith shop.
On lots 12, 13 and 14, C. block 11,
all buildings on these lots Cl) at back
of Cosmopolitan hotel.
On southeast corner of lot 11, C.
block 11, small lean-to.
On lots 17, 18 and 19, C. block 11,
small shacks at back of Chinese
stores facing Columbia street.
On lots 7, 8, 9, and 10, C. block 11,
shacks on all those lots.
On lot 19, C. block 11, three small
shacks facing Columbia street.
On lot 1, C. block 2, small shack on
west side of lot. Two old shacks ut
back of W. A. Gllley's office on street
end.
On lot 5, C. block 8, three old
shacks at back of K. ('. mills stables.
On lot 5, C block 23, three old
buildings on the corner.
On west one-half of lot 21, C. block
23, old shack facing on Carnarvon
street.
On lot 19, C. block 23, old shack
facing on Carnarvon street.
On lot 14, block B. old building corner of Clarkson and  Fourth streets.
On lot 5, C. block 16, old building
corner Clarkson  and  Fourth  streets.
On east one-half lot 7, C. hlock 7.
old Chiaese laundry facing Columbia
street.
On lot 1. C. block ll, old shack next
to Koyal City hotel.
On custom house square, shack on
Columbia street.
And that a notice of this order be
published In both local papers for at
least five days, and In default of the
owner, agent, lessee or occupier of the
respective premises not complying
with this order within such period of
flve days, the said buildings and each
of them be pulled down and removed
I by the corporation at the cost of the
Iowner, in accordance with the provisions of said section 59, of "the municipal clauses act."
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City   hall.   New    Westminster,   September 1. 1910.
Railwa* WrJ
���*��� C. E. R   w��c.   ���
Car3 ******** Va,i^7r ter v        1
*i"ter at 6:50. 6:50 Ti^J
am., ana every hal, J,   "0aM5: J
��^H 11:80 p.Bb0lr<l
Cara leave New \Vestnil 1
c��uverat 5:50, (.20 r ��rV*l
S:00a.n,.,an,leve '3��*J
after until ll;00 9m    "��Ut^
Bundsy Schedule,
Can leave Vancouver ������. s.
minster at 8:00 and ,���-��      H
���J2 ^ *cUr the^J
11:30 p.m. Wn
Can, leave NVW W,8tm|
��wer at 2:00 am., in4  **f
hour thereafter until llp^i
Eburne Une
at'
I.B,
. an
��� :.s'er|
I'-er i
Cars leave New Westmln,..,
a.m  and ever, hour ,m ,   r
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 ,
every hour until io ��� ln    at
On Sundays cars leave Weita
at R a.m. to 10 p _
On Sundays cars leave Vancou
n a.m. to ia p in
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manage
Westminster.
Great  Northern  Rai|wayi
Leave.     New    Westminster
a. in. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m
Leaves    New    Wim minster
a. in.;   arrives  Seattle 3:15 p m
Leaves     New     Westminister   i
p. m.;  arrives Seattle 9:40 p m   '
Leaves    New    Westminster' U
a. m.; arrives Seattle 7:36 a.m
Leaves  Seattle  l 05 a.m.;
New Westminster 2:60 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m',
New Westminster ( 25 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  4:35 p.m,
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  11:45 p.m.
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
Mi
arrivei
arriv*
arrivet
arrk��
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Wi s'minster daily, til
cept Sunday from .lid^e passcngeT
station 3:60 p.m.; arrives a: Poll
Gulchon 6:80 p. in.
Leaves   Ton   Gulchon   8:00 a-
dally, except Sunday; arrives al N'eJ
Westminster bridge passenger -utiol
10:20 a. ni.
IT PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
G.   N.   R.���Surr.as  Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   6:00  a.m; arrive
brlil. e passenger station, New West!
minster,   10:20   a.m.   daily ei'.ep|
Sunday.
Leaves New Wi '���minster bridjj
passenger station : p.m.; arrfoa
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except S:Ddaj|
OPERA HOUSE
WEEK COMMENCING SEPT. 5
Special  Engagement
in  ������!��������� -*ww���******
-Of-
WILL  SIMMONS
who will sing
HARRY   RANDALL'S
(The English Comedian)
Great Female Character Song
"THE OLD CRACKED BASIN"
And Other Comic Songs
���also���
FOUR THOUSAND FEET
of Interesting and Amusing Pictures
RUSHTON'S ORCHESTRA
J. H. GRAHAM, Soloist
ADMISSION 10c
New   Up-to-Date  Machine   Just Arrived
aaastmiMu
J ESDAV, SEPTEMBER 6, 1910.
MR WORK
no. J
bv us ��ives
the ut-
; done
L satisfaction. Our equip-
lodern. The Latest
lent is m<
[ventio"
tchine
i a collar and cuff
lean
has been
Economic,
installed.
Prompt.
hite labor only employed
,yal City Laundry
Phone 183
^^^rejunBraapj^^pw
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
NOTICE
TRAFFIC
AH persona  using  Columbia street
,'"' ^hicle traffic of an5 kind
quested to keep to the lefl
o   the cai' track  whil
either direction.
By onler,
J. A. UKXXIK
...      ,, ,, Acting City Clerk
1 i y Hall, August 12. 1910
REGULATING  VEHICLE
ON COLUMBIA STREET.
me ream! side
l��rineeding iu
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast 5S. Sailings
tEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
    Dally
   Dally
SEATTLE.
   Daily
y except Saturday
  Saturday
you   want
business
to Increase
?   Then see
[
s
E R
iUND
FOR
I G N
S
Si. ns of every
Glass signs ti
desci Iption.
bj ecialty.
324 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
TO
. in
. ni.
I)
TO
It') P- ID.
TO UNION
NANAIMO.
   Dally
AND   COMOX.
    Mondays
sdays and Saturdays
TO  ALASKA.
; in    Every Saturday
TO PRINCE   RUPERT.
Bvei y  Thursday  and  Sat.
h STEWART  (Portland  Canal).
��� m    Evei y Thui sday
lea\ es Xew Westmin-
��� lay, Wednesday and
I 111 illiwack 7 a.m.
���    ami   Saturdays
, i pply to
i GOULET,
��� ��� ���       '.;��� Westminster,
c.   13,  FOSTER,
'   A., Vancouver.
SHIPLAP
Cedar, Fir and Hemlock
First Class Air Dried Stock
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid
Reserves
Up    $5,000,000
 $5,900,000
Tlie Bank has Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,  Kngland.
Correspondents in all parts
of lhe Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
M.  RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
If you want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your wants, our price
will suit
B. C. Manufacturing Co.
Phone 173    Lulu Island
Contemplating
A Trip
To Europe ?
H   so, you  v i 1  wain  thc very bei I
that i an  I e offere I  for your    money.
and ii dot s not  m itter what class of
di   ;'i d,
THE ROYAL LINE
Create a  Panic at Union Stock Yards
in    Chicago.
Chicago, Sept.    .���Two steers from
the western range went on rampage
yesterday and before they were shot
down  they had  gored   to death   one
man   employed  at  the    I'nion   Stock
yards,    They were being driven into
the  yards  when one  of them   broke
I away   from  the   drove.    John    Bruns
���who had but one eye, did nor see the
'steer rushing on him until it was only
your wants. First, Second and a few feet from llim.    lle   trled   l0
a  unex- frighten it away, hut the steer charg-
The   Burgomaster
Gus C. Weinburg will head the big
revival of "The Burgomaster," which
William P. Cullen will present at the
Opera house on September 7.
This clever comedian is the original
in the role of Peter Stuyvesant, tbe
governor of New Amsterdam, who
sleeps 200 years and awaits to find
himself in modern New Yorfi. The
costumes are all new for this big revival, and are the handsomest, It is
said, of any musical comedy now touring. The scenery is all new, some of
the scenes having been  changed.
"The Burgomaster" was the first of
the Pixley and Luder's popular successes to gain favor. It is in a class
with "Robin Hood" and "The Prince
of Pilsen" for tunefulness and many
of the numbers have come to be
known as classics. "The Tale of the
Kangaroo," "I Love You;" the famous
Indian chorus, "Cupid Never Marries" and other songs, have a lilt that
sends the audience from the theatre
whistling  merrily.
The chorus, which is a very largo
one, has been selected especially for
its singing and dancing abilities. Mr.
Cullen will be remembered as tbe producer of "The Alaskan" and "The
Tenderfoot."
WESTERN    STEERS ON   RAMPAGE.
City Properly
We have several lots on
Eighth avenue which must be
sold.    Call and see us at once.
Port Mann
In townsite, one-half acre lots
and blocks up to eighty acres.
We have the exclusive sale of
the very choicest buys in the
townsite. Prices from $800 to
$2000 per acre.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,  B. C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire    Insurance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
I celled    hl   I I   i   Dining Service leaves
no   It ��� to be desired.
The Next Sailings are
Royal  George    Sept.  1
Royal Edward     Sept. 15
Royal George  Sept. 29
Royal Edward   Oct. 13
E .Goulet, agent C. P. It., will book
your passage \ii these steamers, or
write Wm. Staple ton, general agent.
Scon block. Winnipeg, Man.
ed with full force, striking Burns in
the stomach with its horns. He diet!
shortly after reaching the hospital.
Another steer, after escaping from a
north side amusement park, plunged
through fences, charged sheds, and
trains, terrified the inmates of the
Martha Washington Home, and killed
a horse before it was shot.
Mail Service
The Remarkable Progress of the
IT CO.
Have been unprecedented in the history of the
Oil Industry.
Full possession to all of this Company's immense
holdings was not completed until the 20th of June
-Just two months ago.
Since that date the Company has installed machinery for two flowing oil-wells; has commenced
and is already far advanced with the construction
of a Refinery on the ground ; and has shipped Nine
Miles of piping to convey the product of their Oil
wells to tide-water.
Can this record of progress for two months be
beaten ?
The present week will see the stock of the
Amalgamated Development Co. quoted upon one
or more of the local Stock Exchanges. Watch the
RISE.
Price of Stock: One and
Two  Dollars per Share
Apply to:
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
518 Hastings Street, West Telephone 4327
MANY BABIES CONTRACT
DRUG HABITS IN CRADLES
Xew York, Sept. .���That babies in
their cradles contract drug habits j
through being doped promiscuously |
with paregoric, laudanum and other
household remedies, is the assertion
of President Lederle, of the N'ew York
board of health.
An effort will be made by the board I
to obtain local legislation prohibiting j
the sale of the objectionable drugs ex-j
cept   upon   prescription.       President
Lederle says:
"Notwithstanding   their   dangeroug j
nature, the sale of these drugs for tbe
relief of minor troubles is enormous.
"Many mothers keep paregoric on
tap and are more careful to have it in
their homes than they are to see that
their sugar bowls are filled. At the
first sign of an ache or pain, and
often the moment the baby cries, th��
mother dashes for the paregoric bottle. As a result the baby is drugged,
and drugged unnecessarily."
11. & V. "Statos" daily except Sunday
Leave. 23:00;   Arrive at 21:00.
Yancouver,     daily     except     Sunday,
Leave. 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 23:00; Ariive at 8:30, 13:00, 18:00.
Victoria, daily except  Sunday.  Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Ariive at 8:30, 13:00.
B. &   V.  "States,"  daily except  Sunday; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 9:15.
C. & V. Last, daily; Leave, 8:30,
15:45;   Arrive  at 0:25,  22:30.
Sapperton, daily except Sunday;
Leave. 8:30, 15:45; Arrive at 0:25
and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:45; Arrive at 9:25.
Coquitlam,    daily    except    Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive at 13:00.
Central   Park,  daily   except   Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at 13:00.
Edmonds,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave,  11:00;  Arrive at 14:00.
East   Burnaby,  daily   except   Sunday;
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at 14:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    except    Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday;
Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave, 14:00;   Arrive at 10:00.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday;  Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Ladner, daily except Sunday;   Leave,
14:20; Arrive at 10:u0.
Port  Guichon,  daily   except   Sunday;
Leave,  14:20;   Arrive at 10:00.
Wesl ham   Island,   daily   except   Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sunday; Leave,
14:20;   Arrive at  10:00.
Annacis   Island,   Monday,   Wednesday
and   Friday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive
at 10:00.
Annieville,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,   Tuesday.   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave,  14:20;   Arrive at
8:llo and 16:30.
B.   &   V.   "Vancouver,"   daily   except
Sunday;    Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at
11:00.
Cloverdale.     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave. 14:50; Arrive at 11:00.
Port    Kells,    daily    except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:50.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
and   Saturday;   Leave,   14:50;   Arrive at 11:00.
Tynehead,     Tuesday     and     Friday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:00.
Burnaby  Lake,  daily  except  Sunday;
Leave. 16:00; Arrive at 15:15.
B. & S. "Stales," daily except Sunday;
Leave, 15:45; Arrive at 15:15.
j Sponges and
\ Toilet Soaps
AT ALL
PRICES
j Ryall's [)rug Store \
1 EYES TESTED BY OPTICIANS. ���
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Mijtstlo Bldg..
ottroit m_-
6-Room House, between Queens
and Third Ave., close in. Price
$1575, if sold at once.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The'New Westminster City Specialists
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,  B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEt $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75  per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT 8TREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone S3S.
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Weekday Schedule
VICTOR  A. JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room 6, Gulchon Building.
Phone 681
6:20, 6:50, 7:20,
6:50,  7:20,  8:00
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214 Sixth Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER        :
:
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50,
8:00 and every half liour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at 5:50,
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return Fare:  Adults, 60c;  children under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 9  a.  m.  and   ' \
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:  Return fare, 50c; children, 25c.
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JUESDAY- SEPTEMBER
6. 1911
William Moir, the man accused of Mrs. C. S. Keith leaves today for
stealing a watch and some money Bowen Island, where she will spend
from John McGlour. will -eome up for (some time with friends.
trial in the police court this morning
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me.
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMANS DEPENDABLE NON-
CURLING FILMS with you and you
can enjoy every moment of this year's
vacation all over again at any time.
KODAKS from $10 up.
BROWNIES from $1 to $12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial Exhibition fliis fall.
We can explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
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
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
Ihe Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers
at Tidy's store.    Phone 184. **
H. V. Ardagh. of High River, Alta.,
arrived in the city on Saturday.
The Central Hvery stables. S. H.
Thompson, proprietor, has added aa
auto to his equipment.    Plione 137. **
E. H. Hill, secretary of the Pitt
River Lumber company, returned on
Saturday from a visit to his home in
Regina. Sask., where he was recuperating from an attack of appendicitis.
For carnatlens, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse.
R 208. **
The teachers and scholars of Dun-
donald Sunday school enjoyed a day's
outing at Brunette river yesterday,
about thirty making the trip.
Bargains in all lines at Fales', the
reliable furniture dealer. **
Alderman J. Jardine yesterday shot
a fine buck near Townsend, on the G.
N. R. line. Mr. Jardine set an appreciated precedent for nimrods this
season in presenting tlie News staff
with a substantial portion of the victim of his aim.
We make fir and cedar doors and
windows', Walsh Sash and Door Factory     Phone 413. **
A good crowd patronized the moving picture show In the opera house
yesterday evening, the projections being a marked improvement since the
new lantern has heen in use. In addition to J. Graham, the baritone
singer, Will Simmons, a comedian,
made his initial appearance, giving
with much success "The Old Cracked
Basin."
You can  get    porch columns    and
balasters  turned   while you  wait    at
the  Walsh   Sash    and Door factory.
Plione 413. **
Mrs. I. B, Insley gave a luncheon
and a launch party yesterday in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Gid-
dings, of Bellingham, and  Mrs. II. J.
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. **
Miss Mercy Farran and Joe Feeney
were united ln marriage at half past
six o'clock Saturday morning, Joe
Hallis acting as best man. Mr. and
Mrs. Feeney left later for a short
honeymoon trip to Victoria, after
which they will make their home in
this city.
Harbor Master    B. W. Shiles, who I
has been away on a tour of the east-1
ern states   and   provinces for   some
months,  is expected  to  return   iiome
in ahout two weeks' time.
Mrs. I. Hudson leaves on Thursday
for Chicago, where she will spend a
short holiday.
Arrangements are being made for a
temperance lecture to be given at
Westminister Junction hall towards
the end of this week, when Mrs. Leslie Hall will be the speaker. The
lecture will be under the auspices of
the W. C. T. U. of Coquitlam.
T. W. Gray, of Pitt river, is a guest
at the Russell hotel.
THE NEW SECTION OF
THE STORE WILL BE
OPENED IN A
FE W DA YS
We have been expecting to occupy the new section for several days past.    Qnforseen rfoii
iitiuj ?(   ho..
ever, prevented us from occupying it as soon as we desired. Meanwhile the new goode
being marked off iu our stock rooms next week, and the entire showing will be ready f
an.l
B are arriving
'"' ���"'"��� inspection.
The Dress Goods Have Been Placed On Display
Owing to the many enquiries made for dress materials, so we announce our readiness to   *prv
with  all  that  Is  new  in  the dress goods section.    Here you  will find new weave, selected
in the markets of Fiance, Germany and Kngland.
DIED.
RICKMAN���On Monday. September 5,
Wilfrid     Reginald    Hickman,     age
nineteen, son of R. J. Rickman, of
New Westminster.
The  funeral   will  leave  the  family
residence on Second street at 10 a.m. |
Wednesday, September   T,    for    Holy I
Trinity cathedVal.
The Public
Supply Stores
Lee. of Brantford.
was spent.
An enjoyable time
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.!
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough'
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
B
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in the
Deane Block
Four doors east of the Bank of
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City Market
on
Columbia St.. No. 44*.
Kew Westminster, B. C.
Look into the show window of
Fales' furniture store today. **
The University club of New Westminster yesterday gave a luncheon at
the Russell lintel with Professor Anderson Scott, of Cambridge university,
England, as the guest of honor.
Among those present were Rev. Dr.
MacKay. of Vancouver; Itev. T. Ward-
law Taylor, Uev. J. S. Henderson, .1.1
W. Cunningham, W. II. Stewart and
W. F. Hansford, of New Westminster.
Davies greenhouse is the place to j
get bouquets, floral designs and all'
kinds of cut flowers.   Plione R 298. **
The dry breezy weather for some
days past has heen causing considerable uneasiness to the fir^ wardens.
At present there are no bad fires in
the vicinity, but there are several
small ones which might become dangerous at any moment. There is one
at Tlmberland and one near the Coquitlam asylum farm, which are at
present under control.
Port Mann lota 66 by 130 feet; $50
casli, balance $10 per month without
interest, while they last. Yancouver
Financial Corporation. Ltd.. room 4,
Merchants Bank building. J. A.
Motherwell,  manager. ������
Mrs. J. E. Insley gave an enjoyable luncheon on Saturday in honor
of Frederick Pierce, of Los Angeles,
who was spending th<> day in this city
while on the coast on business. Mrs.
���V McDonald, of Vancouver, and Mrs.
J. R. Sharpe assisted Mrs. Insley. Mr.
fierce is president of the Bank of Uis
Angeles and also a member of the
state legislature He ls also prominent in Odd Fellows' circles, having
been elected to visit the Supreme
Brand Lodge In Atlanta, Georgia, this
month.
Window francs made while you
wait at the Walsh Sash and Door Fa"-
tory.   Phone 413, **
The provincial confeience of the
Women's Councils of B. C. will be
held In St. Andrew's lecture room.
Vancouver, on Thursday and-Friday
of this week. As many members of
the local council us can possibly attend are requeste 1 to dn so, as it Is
desired to have a strong representation from this city. Westminster
'elegates a:e Mrs. C. S. Keith, president of the local council; Mrs. James
Forrester, Mrs. Stanley Levar, Mis. A. 11
H. Ferguson. Mrs. 8. J. Pearce and
Mrs. Herring. Mesdames H. Gordon
and M. Sinclair aro alternates.
Ask to see these new Poplinettes, Satin Duchesse, Biaritz Cloths,
Henriettas, Eolines, Two-tone Shot Silk and Wool Fabrics, Fancy
Crepons, Satin Stripe Voilles and Fancy Blacks in dozens of new
designs.
The New Serges are sure
to be Immensely Popular
Fashion reports say that serges and all materials with the diagonal weave are very much in demand. This season's showing in our
dress goods section contains a splendid assortment of Serges. French
Serges In navy, black, cream and colors; English Serges In navy,
black and cream, Including the famous admiralty Serge and West of
England Serges. All weights and finishes a:e here. Prices, per
yard     45c to $3.75
Plain Broadcloths
Black and colored Broadcloths in a complete range of shades. The
sight colors are particularly attractive, nice Bhades of sky. pearl,
grey, mauve, cream, cardinal, rcaiLt, etc., suitable for evening cloaks,
etc..
Barrels of
Good Things
are what you see whes you
visit our grocery store.
Choice brands of everything
is what we supply you aid at
prfces often charged for Inferior articles.
You'd Laugh
to know how much of good
cheer could be charged up to
us. That's because what we
6ell Is guaranteed, both fresh
and pure and helps drive
away the blues. Dyspepsia
don't linger long in any
household that we supply
with groceries. Good-bye,
come again.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Oriental Allover
Lace
50c   to   $1.75   Per   Yard.
Cream Ecru and white All-
over Laces in neat stripe
and conventional designs.
Exceptional value marka this
new show!!-. pr|cea are
25 to 75 pei cent, less than
usual. Vou wm d0 wen t0
consider the advisability 0f
securing a length Bulti ���
for waist.
New  Barrethes   and
Fancy Combs
All    the   latesl   novelties
necessary to ;<r"u tive
dressing.    Special   attention
might   be  glvi tl ������ r.e*
Barrette B
rettes  an I   Sel     Gre;   Side
Combs and   i a   ettes,  Tur.
ii ii ami Pli In Pli    etc.  A
splendid   range  i om  will
to choose.
Ask to see   tin
ban    Pad   known    aa
"Queen's   Wa\   I la I
colors;   line  hair.    Each "5:
Are attracting a i real de.il
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
NO DEATHS THERE
A*t-*** r
IN   EIGHT   YEARS
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j Some Special Snaps
|  THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
* 5 lots on Second street.   Excellent view.   Streets on three sides
��� of  this  property.    $350 each.   Term*.
* 10   lots  extending  from  First  to  Second  street.    This  property
��� Is especially well situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear
J   Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
j     F. J. HART & CO, Ltd.
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Madrid, Sept. '.���In these day
when the conflict between the church
and state In Spain has brought prominently before the public the peninsula's poverty and unhapplness, there
Is a little community In the province
of Madiid which resents being included in the general note of dlspar,
agement. It Is a terrestrial paradise
not far from here whe e death and
disease are unknown anl where
every one Is good-humored and loves
his neighbor as  himself.
It is the village of Cobena, , here,
figuratively, the sword has been 1>. 't-
en Into the plowshare. The local
chemist gave up the sale of drugs in
despair two years ago, and now he is
a purveyor of confectionery. Half the
cemetery has been turned In to n
pleasure garden���there has not boea
a death for eight years���and the undertaker has fled from a spot where
death refuses to give him a living.
There Is only one discordant note
in this home of harmony, and It la
struck by the doctor. Ue has lived
for years ln the village on his capital,
hoping against hope. Now his money
Is exhausted and he has decided lo
emigrate. The Inhabitants want to
raise a subscription for him, but he
refuses to accept charity from persons who have refused so persistently
to oblige him In the normal manner
while he has been among them.
Opening Night, Monday,  Sept. 12th
ACTOR CAUGHT BY HIS  HAIR
Munich  Police Thought  Passion  Play
Performer  Was  a   Murderess.
Munich,  Sept.   H.���The    police  here
made a curious    mistake    yesterday.
They arrested Albrecht Blrling, who
plays (he part of John the Baptist In
the Passion    Play at Oberammergau. I
who was on  nn excursion  hero,    on,
suspicion of being a woman murderer.
for whom  they  have    been    locking.
Billing wears his hair very long, and
the police thought he was n woman
in disguise.    Ile was    placed    In the
r,-stody of a  natron at    the    Po'lce
Ration   but when fhe sctnr revealed
1 is idrnt'.iy le W��B ���t*C?*T''T W$��*W.
ADVERTISE  IN THE
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