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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
YO
LUME 5, NUMHKIt 204.
ROUTINE BUSINESS
KEEPS COUNCIL BUSY
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER,
B.C
Tr KtSDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 27, Win.
PRIGS     IVE CENTS.
||,jttle Matters Occupy Much
Time-TeAdersfor Eightih
ll Street Sewer Opened.
WESTERN CANADA POUtK CO.
fioiMi una BUSINESS
-lm.
mooa
tend.-
PI
I,   [.ot -a great deal of business "of pi/p.
��� f||e importance came before tlie cotfi-
|ifil i,t its regular sitting lust evening,
dui several hours were spent    on   a
mass of noutinei   work    wbicb
(uum-1 tbe aldermen t* yawn, and tbe
(o:ir-i!.<-n. audience to  Blgh.
Tenders Tor Work on tbe ElghtlJ
stiH! sewer weie opened and reveaU
ed a i:reat divergence of b'l itiion as td
Hi. cost Of. the work. The lowest1
tender was .hat of T. F, Sinclair &J
Co.,1 (if Revelstoke. wbo stipulated;
$85,795 as their price. The other tenders and tbe amounts tbey were willing1
fi receive are as follows: Hugh McDonald and J. P. McDonald. $58,966;
Robert McLean, $89,000; Puget Sound
Bridge and Dre lglng company, .68,.
",.:; McDonald. Czowskl & Co., .!)'.��-
600. The tenders were not discussed,
bul were handed over to the board df
works for report.
While the council were in a tender
they thought it well to open
s for manhole covers for    the
* sewer. The Schaake machine
is specified. $21.50 for manhole
���:s. while the Vancouver Kngineer-
Aoiks were inclined fo take only
_'i from the city for each one sup-
��� l. However tbe local company
guaranteed to supply a grid, with each
one nf theirs and the Vancouver conic: ii did not mention any such prenv
i im. Such being the case It was
thought well to let the engineer
>��� ��� ".u^le with the problem nnd report
bia findings, before the council took
anj action.
\lderman Jardine, chairman of the
b Mid of works, rerumn'.emled that a
sldew&l& be built on Sandringhum
avenue; that Sixth avenue and Lily
street be gravelled and that for the
present nothing be done with Turn-
bull street. The flrst three recom-
i:.imlatlons cart led. but tlte latter
i :;sed some discussion.
In this instance H. A. Eastman had
;��� ned to pay .400 towards the cost
ol clearing the street and some of
(lie aldermen thought that the city
iihl take it when they had the
chance. This view finally prevailed
and the street will tie opened, on tne
understanding that Mr. Eastman pay
Sinn as part of tlie cost and that be
-i d twelve and one half feet off his
lots so that Turnbull street will I*
made a respectable width.
Knglneer Blackman submitted a detailed report of the cost of the ee-
n.cut sidewalks on the different down
i wn streets.   His repoit was adopted,
The street* and sidewalks by-law
was read a first time by title and the
Bight.   Street  sewer  local    improve-
ti.i by-law was reconsidered, finally
passed and ordered to be signed sealed and published according to law.
Alderman Smith, chairiuan of the
police committee, asked that he be*
.hen permission tp have a telephone
i h ��'d in one cf-the buildings at
Queens park for the use of the police
iluring exhibition week.
A petition signed by half a do/.en
Coir.pany Will  Ee Prepared to Deliver
Electrical  Energy to Customers
Early Next Year.
Thai the Western Canada Power
company, the corporation which is developing tlie water power at Stave
river, is petting prepared to wage a
vigorous campaign in the search for
business, was shown last night when
the assistant in .na.er of the companv
wrote to the city council slating that
the company would be prepared to deliver electrical power/early In tha
.6pi A couple of thr* par.agr.plui irf
the letter are significant of ttte manner in which the company is going
light, after art the business that it) tan
obtain.
The closing paragraphs of the letter
run BB follows:
"There are some Important mattets
CLEARING GROUNDS
fOR BIG EXHIBITION
1
CITY FAVOR GIVING
LAND 10 HOSPITAL
-WATER WILL BE. PLENTY -
WHEN BIB PIPE IS FULL
H
Everything is Rapidly Being' Council Gives Attentive Ear
Put Into Shape for Annu-h to Request of Delegation 7
��� 1. �����
Decision Later.   .
al Provincial Fair.
Manager \V. II. Keary, of the We s t-', ; At the meeting of'the city covin*
City    Need    Fear   no Shortage on Account of Richmond Agreement���
Engineer's Report.
mlnste] exhibition, was the busiest. fas, nlght a. delegation rrpm tbe boaVxl
man In town yesterdav. His office at , ��� , , /.u ,,,.., n uli
Queens park  was crowded    all   ^P ��f control of tlte Royal Columbian l.��.-
lojig with applicants for space ihd.!I)Uil1 was present ani formally asktjd
.seekers after all sorts or concessi >ri&] the city  for the site an the  Queens
.nd privileges..   The entry list is m fr*.   park   reserve  between  Leopold plafcel^1 KSPWA ��l U'e S"?S2 rrom:
lar.er  than   it Aver  wlnn  hefoio    liuii Q    the different mains under certain con-
;l *   Lilet"fejj wil   n,t be obfiS anU U'e a8ylUm gr��lindS-   The l"e(|U1^  fliUohs.    Tbe '.eport was received by
ilet l'ver',1   Uns vet fI*. \**_&v,S&^ 'T^. ,h ^  cit>'   coflUcU .tart  night  and    te- .
As a settler to all th . ru'mors ami
.stories that liave .been floating around l
about the Richmond water agreement I
and the effect the 12-indv main Vould(
liave on tbe supply of water lh tbe
heseovoir, Qlty, Knglueevt J. \V". -B.
���IMackman- has submitted to the coun-
a schedule of the. discharges from
est-
OW-
1111118161' city for powir lines, for po
er distribution and for tram lines, etc..
which I would be very glad to discuss
informally with you before presenting
a proposition for your final consideration.
"We are very anxious to get a good
business in Westminster and I am
sure that our power distribution will
add greatly to the in tustrles of the
city. I would also like to make a contract for the supply of power .for your
electric lighting business, anil believe that we can successfully compete with anv ptices that may be offered to you."
The letter was received and the
mayor authorized to arrange a time
and place of meeting with the officials
of the company.
I
t
ays }���_..
'1 hei_. ftr�� tesejral changes in the
arrangement,/of the different exhibits;
at the. fair.  'The fancy work will tall,
til the city solicitor   and   the'nia.vjtir
had gone over the proposition
J. J. Jones addressed tbe    coundl
, ���    , .'      ,      ����"*>}      -j 1* .** >'i)ileflv pointing out tbe disadvautagIs VnittoU ���t n&> vt-hnlo rieni'with ttip ie
le shown in glass cases this year    ri J, tho  ' '���*,,��,_���������     nn��� ���,\i,2B .*" * ��   U* �� hole deal witli the >e
ferred to the water committee for
consideration.' Alderman Bryson stated (hat he wHnild rather1 have a com
CANADIAN l,WS
;    AllRAi ATTENTION
Minister of Labor Tells" Europeans How Dominion.
Legislation Works.
former   years   there, have   been
1       of tbe present location.   One of these
, ., .       ,   , .    ,.""   \_rj! was the noise  from  locomotives ahd
plaint,   that, exhibits of this kind were!
Another
had    Ho
a,vt
,,   ,       , , ,     ': 1 saw mills and boat whistles.
handed and-sometimes stolen andftd +aB that llie ])iesent   sile-
all the fancy work this year wil   WW J connection and would ha.Ve
tne   case,   which   formerly   held     MU tjulM iu own 8VSteln ^ th    rl
Simon Praser exhibit. ;; However, the factor tbat ove.wheiated
lhe manual training schoo is cgnjLu otheI.s was that t���0 cosl was ^0
ing into the industrial bul Id ng and, t ;U esent- :ie stated that t!h^
will no doubt prove one of the most; on an   ^
attractive  features  at  the  big exhib!-; , �� m
tion.    Manager  Keary  yesterday    re- > competitive plans on    that
celved notification that the secretary, | .   ^        ^  lender   JT
o   the \anWuver schoo   board had ap, | rece.ved wh      tenders ��� for
plied to the minis er of, educa  on . to , was $J.li)XlT4t almost    moxm   more
gnlnt the ifclioo  children a liol day on ^ .^ .
the children s day at ,the bl9 , T , '   t   w n()t ,    , d     h   f JJ.
pott,   but  it  was  llnatly  referred   to
his eommittee. ���
;   The communication sent by the engineer to tbe council is as follows:
His Worship the Mayor   and    Aldermen, City.
Paiis, Sept. 2th���Hon. W. J. Mackenzie King, minister of labor of
.Canada, interviewed here, said that,
during his stay he had found that the
different countries of Europe are fol-
lowirig with close attention Canada's
industrial disputes, investigations,
etc. He said he had many enquiries,
from public men as to the workings,
'of the act, and measures drafted along;
similar lines had been introduced liv
Sweden an 1 France.
Hon. Mr. Mackenzie King added
that the legislation of Canada controlling combines and trusts had also
created considerable interest. One or
two foreign ministers have expressed
to him their intention of sending spe-
Friday
'.'   .    , . ���_,,! ture, which would .count up to another
\esterday space was given to   The !        iderable gmn    T,]e board  ,    c
Shadow of the Cross,   the miracle pic
. ,clal investigators to Canada to report.
Gentlemen-In accordance w. h the 'to U)eil. government8 on thp vvol.��jng;
instructions 1 have duly received from    f ^       Canadian law
the   council,    when    your   honorable
:bbdy required to khow "The amount J .	
of water the Lulu island pipe will
take from the main, if connection is
made at Royal avenue and also if the
connection is made as near the reser-
���voir as possible."
I beg leave to report    that   there
will be no difference in the discharge.
PROBE
INTO WIRE RATES
PLEASES WINNIPEGGERS
Winnipeg, Sept. 20.���Business men
generally, but especially those members of the board ot trade and grain
FIFTY-TWO   EARTHQUAKES.
ture which has heen shown In moving
picture theatres on the coast towns
dining the past summer.
The space    for Al. U. Barnes'   big
circus  has  been  staked  out back o{
the bleachers, between these and the
race itrack.   The   .how and the differ-
of' ent side attractions will occupy most
From what 1 can gather from   tbe exchange     actively    interested,"  are
different members-of the council, this jubiliant today  over the  decision of
sideling the matter, had arrange, ito .c;oes not seem to be the only point at l'ie railway commission that   an   an-
substitute some of the materials speci-|i"si.ue   so tjeg    [eave    to   report    onfnual investigation must be held into-
tied  for  something not  so expensive
other discharges.'   Before   doing
and had thus cut down the cost ui*Ll |-however, I would like for the benefit
it was about .2UO.000, all told. | 6f Ule /���ew ai<iermen to inform the
This amount was rather large, but j ^uniA that 1 was  never asked, nor
if the city would grant the lot asked'
for, then tlie present location in Sap-
., , , ., ,     ... . perton  could  be sold  or  rented  and
��J. Ule_.ala:U^!e.?;ia!!..th!.^..a!!,a Y, I the hospital would make enough &x
the
of that to undertake the    extra    ex
Violent  Shocks  Reported  at Base
Arizona  Volcano.
Flagstaff,    Ariz.  Sept 'ic,.���Several U>e convenient   to   any   part of
members of a construction gang    ar-  grounds.    Arrangements are  also be- ,
lived bere last night with the story ing ma.'.e for tho erection of the plat-j H T Kh% ^ supportel Mr
that they had been driven away from; form on wJM<* j^^J^K^JSJj Uones in his petition, stated that S.p
their work  near the base of an    ex-P*"   '      ������" ��� ���	
sijrates charged by telegraph companies
on burlness in and out of Winnipeg.
It is pointed out that the decision-
is of immediate interest to all business men of Canada, because a gen-
The following discharges are all as-
,-.,.    ,;���,-���,on   and JU'-'�� *" '���"*�� v����������i *--***=~ *���."���- "w-jeUmed to be discharging with a free
-      ,      - ,   v ,___*     This wit     be    di ecHv    i .   penon had been tJ,,ni t0 be l0�� fe end such as th.e case of large break i.i
tinct volcano in the Coconino forest. e\unn_.     i ms  .vin    ne    uuecuj.  u. , ^ emergency  cases  a-ud
front,of the grand stand and wili.be
was I in anv wav responsible for the
terms of the agreement or the scheme eral investigation is promised into the
in general, and would ' further point i fates all over Canada connecting with
out that last year's council were act- Winnipeg, or in other words a review
ing entirely under the advice of the ! of the rates in every part of the
then waterworks engineer.
fortv-tive  miles north of here, by    a.
series    of     fiftv-two     violent    earth--.nw cable so that u may    ba   taken
quakes.    On  last Friday night when down if there is anything tloing on the
light quakings were felt here and in itrack.
other  Northern  Arizona    towns    the      Tw0 carloads of fruit have already
shocks were so violent and rumblings 1 arrived   for  the   exhibition,   but
within the dead volcano so terrifying displays  will not be fixed up until
thm the  men broke camp and left in
a panic.
j
SAVED   EV   HEROIO WIFE.
fev days pievious to the opening day'.
In tiie agricultural btllltli^fe many
of the districts are beginning to fix
up their exhibits an.l the competition
for tive Dewar trophy, won last year
v      r       *-���     n  '  u=    rt ri'mh,  v* ?y thC niuniciPality oE SUVrey' WiU h6!the citv  so'.icitor to determine.
Man Caught Ip Quicksand Climbs Up  ,.een. j    HoweV(?r there ls not  imlcll doal)t
but  that  the city  will  give the his-
ind.   Mr. Jones stated tliiat
in  Lome  emergency
I consequently   it   was   more   desirable
to have the liospltal as near the cpn-
��� tre of the city as possible.
The arguments advanced seemed!to
tiie ^avr xveiS1,t wit1' lllP '-ouncil and Al-
' derman Jardine moved that the council give to the hospital its rights in
the land. Major Lee asked it that
could be dov.e without a vote of Uie
ratepayers an.l as tnere seemed to
be some doubt on the subject tlie
matter wasieft with Mayor Lee and
Her Bijdy
N'ew York, Sept. iti.���With ee./
muscle and tendon strained ta tne
breaking point, .Mrs. Mary Bait.i, of
Jamaica', L. 1.. helped (ber husband.
James Barth, to wrencl\ himself free
frohi a quicksand bog that threatened
to engulf him. Mrs. Barth hung fiom
a tree while Barth climbed up inch by
inch from her ankle to her waist. Mrs.
Barth collapsed when her husband
finally wrenched himself free. Barth
weighs more than '2t)tL pounds. His
wife  is  slight and frail.
All around t':e grounds can be seen j
signr of the s.viftly approaching day,
when .the gieat fair   will, open.   The  ^    J
grounds are be ng cleared of the great
and
quantities of peanut bags and rem
mints (Of posters, the only , uislbli
signs of tbe great lacrosse matches
wliich^ have been fought during the
last couple ot months.
The clusters of lights over the gates
are being put in place, some of the
older buildings are being touched up
here and there^ with a littlfe paint; the
cattle sheds and stock pens are being
Continued on Page Five.)
C. P. R. OWES W1NNIPE6
NEARLY MILLION DOLLARS
Failure to Live yp    to ' Agreements!
M^kea Rally/ay Liable f$r Thirty
Years' Unpaid Taifes.
Winnipeg.. Sept; 2t\.���Controller Mo ,md cl-fcfe(j iiway tlje Bertolero board-
Arthur  stated  today  that    the    fteg- j|P   )|()
 1
BL^'ST CAVES  HOMES.TAKE.
Explosion at Lead, p. D., Makes Hole
in Heart of City.
; Deadwood. S.D'., Sept. 'Mir-The fii^
lng of a blast at the 30d-foot level, of
the liomeslake mine at Ldad, S.J'D���
todav starteuVa cavein which continued to( the surface, makmg a lK��le
in the heftrt of city fifteen feet wide
iind fortj feet long.    When the dust
take on a holiday appearance.
The Barths went berrying yesterday enlarged and strengthened, and every
on a piece of boggy ground off the I thing in the grounds is beginning t
shore of Jamaica bay,- but did noi
know that in the middle of tlie bog
was quicksand. Barth had filled his
basket half full when lie attempted to
return to his wife'ami sank into the
sand. It was then that the . etoic
won,an cli. ibed the tiee and Savtjd
Jier bushan'd. {
 use was seen hanging over the
Igence of the C.  P. R. In providing' edKC of the cevasse and the Campbell hotel's back steps led into'lt
proper stock yard accommodation was
sufficient provocation for cancelling
tlie ngteernent between the company
and the city, and also for the collection of many thousands bf dollars lni
taxes from which the company has
heen exempt for thirty years by virtue
"I  thla agreement.
Tbe clontrollfer set the total,at .910.
836. He stated that $34,li��4 was forfeited this year an'd lt\<-as,up to the
'hy to collect the-arrears |epieaented
������y larger amounts.'
GRAVE. CRISIS IN .       ,
&RITJISH LABO^ CIRCLES
London;, Sept. fiB.M-The various la-
���or troubles have not reached a d^ci-
r've crisis in any department ln Great
liitaln. The boilermakers" lockout
will probnbly continue until the whole
shipbuilding Industry is paralyzed, for
there is no sign that the men will
snhmlt fo .hi^tectptlne.of fchelf lia.d"
ers. The Trades Union congress last
week did not'darS to deal with the
situation er discuss It. except neadem-
*''Mly. The chief leaders dwell with
*'mphaBjs J onv'the tnvlqlabUlty .of
��sreem,ent and the necessity Of die-
^'P'tae. .'������., - _,. ��� ,
It has become cteartr to geiteral
Public opinion tW what Is Involves
Is a grave Crisis in trades tmlonlsaw
Fright trtnong the residents of
Lead, most of whom live above similar caverns! was\illayed somewhat by
assurtince from mining officials that
there was po danger or further caving.
The Hoihestake has hundreds of
miles of tunnels under the city, and
the slopes form Immense caverns,
reaching irk the uprer levels well tc
ward the surface.   ,'���
b
SLUICB BOX THIEVE
5 j*DMIT CPHE)* GUILT
i Seattle'.. Sept. 26.-J. F. Warred,
special government agent for the sec-
ond judicial district of Alfcska. te-
tijlved a cablegram from Nome today
Wing thatUwo men now In JajttKIre
have confesftd to .complicity lfe ,the
robberv of Vt4345. from the sluice
boxes of tjrf'Ploneef Milling company.
Mr WaVien has*not yet learned wine.
ther the (reported confessed has lm-
tUcate*. Partus Jolians^n or John Ty-
^erg, wbo were aVrested recently in
Me cltyv.on acharg^ ot being lmpll
bated In the robb^v.
^Mr.  Warr��n left for Nome on th��
kteamer  Victoria (thfc  moving (With
5ohansen.)Be dltndt ��fav**l%
Two  Referenaum  Bills.
Melbourne, Sept. 2('..���The Commonwealth government is introducing two
refeifenduin bijlls. One fs for \\ leteA
endeni on the question df autljori/.ldg
tlie/nationalization of minopoljes and
tli. other'In relationt-toi e��largen*nt
of the'powers of the Arbitration court.
Aviator Killed.
Paris, Sept. 26���M. Poillott. a young
Frenoh aviator, is dead1 at,Charters
todav, the result' of an accident to his
inerojplane, 'while ,100' feetjin tile fft-t
Pcillott 'was caf-rying a patsenyer
when hjs traft turned o\"-er.;,lt fell
among a crowd of spectators. Poillott
was killel instantly,' His passenger
received only a few minor bruises.
PANAMA CANAL MAY BE
FORTIFIED, SAKS LE TEMPS
h.d
inerviewed members of the government and bad been assured that theb-e
would be no opposition from tnat
quarter. Tbe sentiment of the council is certainly in favor of grantihg
the site. :
; Mayor Lee will bring in his report
next Monday night.
country.
RAILWAYS IN CAUCASUS.
the pipe or the pile discharging into
a reservoir, the latter case is ��� not
possible ar piesent ai. i believe Richmond  has no i eservoir.
. The  discharge  of the 12-inch pipe  ^e^vee���
leading to. Richmond if broken off    at  si;m  minis,���,.  llV  ������.,������.
the city  boundary  and with all con-1
nectiona  closed  would    b'.'    2,400,0001
gallons per jay, and the discharge fit I
Steveston under tlie same conditions
would be 1,000,000 gallons per    day.
This 2.400,01)0 gallons per day represent-  the .maximum    quantity .wliich
could possibly be    drawn    by    Richmond; the actual draw would depend
British Banks Will Finance Important
Development Scheme.
Washington, Sept. 26,���An    import-
tant agreement    has been    concluded
British banks  and the  Rus-
which    provides  for  construction  of  a  network
of railways in the    Caucasus    mountains, according to a report by Consul
Halstead  at  Birmingham,  Eng.    The
construction of these railways. It    is
declared, inclu les  the  long proposed
line hetween  Armivad    and    Toupes.
Consul-General Halstead states that It.
,        . ��� . is  understood  that all  the    material
on the  position.of ^^connections  used in tlle bulldinK of tlle rai,roads
TECHNICAL COMMISSION
ARRANGES ITINERARY
Ottawa, Sept. 26.���The technical
education commission met here today
and made arrangements for westiern
Itinerary. Leaving Windsor on JOc-
to|>er 22, the commission will go west
via, Sault Ste. (Marie, where the frst
sto# will he made.' Victoria, B,
will ie reached on December 10,
T
BROWN ALMOST SURE
OF SASKATCKEWAN  P(J6T
X.
Ottawa, Sept.\tfi������ Tijere\ does pot
seem any doubts now \ that Getjrge
Brown, the Regina barrister, will! be
the neKt lieutepant-govcrnqr of Saskatchewan. Hon. Walter Scott's \jUit
to Ottawa. Is partly In connection witli
this. i
and would probably be between this
quantity and 1.000,000 gallons per
day.v i
Tlje minimum quantity flowing into
Queen's park reservoir un.ter thes?
conditions being 4,200,000 gallons per
day.
If the 0-Inch connection at Lulu Island were open at    s free   em*    1"0
will be supplied by British concerns.
VERDICT OF MURDER
IN CRIPPEN CASE
London,   Sept.   26.���The   coroner's
jury returned today a verdict of wil-
yards ln length, the figure^ would be: ,ful murder   against   Dr. Hawiey   H-
iviaxjlnuui possible'Uiaw   by    Rmn-.Crippen, the American dentist, in con-
mond at citv boundary, 1,900,000 gal-1 nection with the finding ln   the Crip
pen home last July of the mutilated
body suppose! to be that of Crlppen's.
wife, who was known on the stage as
Queens Belle Elmore.
SIR HIRAM UNABLE TO
.lr.
COMPETE WITH FRENCH
Veteran Gun Builder Has Abandoned
< j
His Long Experiments with
Aerial Machinery.
Paris  Paper  Points Out that. Clause
Compelling Canal to Be Open in
War Time Was Omitted.
...   ..Urn] f "
iG'.l  ~~
, .Paris,- Sept.    26.���Le  .Temps,   discussing the intention of the United
States  to  fortify  the Panama canai,
admits the right of that country to Jo
so and, attributes ,tlie disquietude ln;
England and Japan on th|s score   to iair)" today announced that   he     tad
fears as to the real purpose   of   the ab���ndone t hip experiments with ae lai
AwertotiD government.      *
I   Aftet pointing OMt th^t the tVeaty M
1003 reaffirmed' the article ln the Hay-
Pauncefote treaty of 1901 to facilitate
,the construction, of the oonal, guar
anfeeing that tfth caftal 'shkll be free
and open and that no act of hostility
shall be "committed wfthln it. Le
Temps dwells at length on the slgnlfl-
carft omlssidn from section 1. article
3 of the treaty of 1901, cf the words:
"f he tanal'Temalptag.open In tipjf of
*Lr, etenUo ^ips ofl-belligertmU.';
nrhis* provision h included^ln the
C��nst*AUP��i��l*'treatr wttu'J r*it*n��e
^^.^.���h, ls,.-c.-��.- .
London, Sept. 26.���Sir lilram Maxim, after havlnk, de voted ��� yeai-s , to |l��e
construction of a biplane which has
been 'described as "the Pullman of ;he
machinery influemseJ boU1 by his advanced age iand tnd difficulty ln c >jn-
petlng successfully with ' Pfench tn-j
.ventors and bunders. (
" Sir Hiram IsCSeveaty y. ars pld. He
has long shown^anl interest ln fl.v \\%
and has encouraged every effort in
that direction. His 'ojirn model ' as
to have been exhimted koon and gi mt
hopes of Us success -tiad been en er-
talMl. A Bdv<J teatqfe iwas the ��-
ploVxnent oj threej ncrMrs; deslgneduei
lessen tbe waste in power" unaroldaj
In the French aeroplanes of tbe sa
er; ���-������
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. single' *wew typ��r .
���    ���"   \      ���;������������
Ions pbr day.
. Discharge of ti-lncli   connection,   1,-
500.000 per day-
Minimum ��� discharge   into
park'reservoir,"3,200,000 gallons    per
day. ���
In case the 0-inCh    connection    at
Lulu   island   were  broken   off   short,
the figures ^puld be1:
Maximum possible draw   by'   Richmond at city bofandary, 900,000 gallons
per day. '
Discharge of 'G-irich outlet, 3,100.000
gallons ^er day.'   , '.
Minimum discharge  into reservoir,
2.GO0.0O0 gallons1 per day..
' A breitk in tlie 13-inch pipe under
thf North Afrh would   have    a    discharge of 4,'200,000 gallons   per   day,
leaving   2*200,000   to   discharge   into
Queens park reservoir. ^    u   -   t   2fi._The Rev. G. a
2r.-lnch pipe at reservoir, nil connec- Q John,s Methodl8t
U��f SsJ     .C .nvP I church at St. John's. Mich., will    re-
ond; h.bOO.008 gallons per day i ,   bec_U8e        g;        t<K>
12-lnch pipe tree end at city bound- ^ flock ^
ary, all connections closed, 4..0, cubic  ...,.,/ u,_
TOO MANY WOMEN FALL
IN LOVE WITH THIS PASTOR
Pastor of Michigan Methodist Church
.   Compelled to Resign His Pulpit
Because of Admirers. . ���
feet per second;  2,400,000 gallons per
day.
12-lnch pipe free end at Steveston,
all' connections closed, 2.0 cubic feet j
per second; 1,000,000. gallons per day. I
13-inch plpfe'free end at junction I
with fi-lnch pipe, 7.9 cubic feet per sec-'
ond;  4,200,000 gallons per day.
12-lnch pipe free end at city boundary, 6-inch connection open through
10*0 yards of pipe, 3.5 cubic feet per
second; 1900,01)0 gallons per day.
Cinch pipe connection 100 yardc of
pipe, 2.4 cubic feet per second; 1,500,-
000 gallons per day.
25-lnch plp^ at reservoir above eon-
nectlons open, 5.9 cubic feet per second; 3,200,000 gallons per day.
i2-lnch Vh e free end cl.ty boundary,
6-lnl:b outlet open, L7 c\iblc feet, per
second; 900 000 gallons per day.
G-lnch outlet, 5.8 cubic feet per second. 3,10^,OD|). gallons per day.
2.ri-lncb pipe nt reservoir above connections il|tifn, ,4.8 ,cubl(;- feet pe^ second; 2,��^00 gallons i^,<i.y-!-.
,       S. W. B. BLA���KMAN.   , ,
,. v '   .... ,C(ty, Ejpgineer.
''-'.    ' i   'in  n. ������ i   i   n ���'
with him.
The worst feature of the case, he
declared, ls that the women who think,
they love him are indignant because
he cannot and will not love them.
It is said a petition for his removal
was circulated by two women whose
love he would not return.
UNION  MEN  DISCIPLINED.
Bricklayers Heavily Fined by the international Union.
Winnipeg, Sept. 2G.���Six members
of the International Union of Bricklayers and Stonemasons, who "boltei"
during the recent strike and lockout
and attempted to form a Canadian
union, have been disciplined by the
international union. A flne pf flOO
each was imposed, and the men lose
their union standing until they pay
up.
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��� Opening of Parliament.
��� Ottawa, Sept. 26.���The Can-
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,���   formal opening of   parliament
;i fi4niont*��. Sept; M.���for   ctMllnfe;**   on KovemMr 6, with the prob
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Mineral WateQ
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ply upeteb-f Trapp Nlock, i-km-.i-j
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LAND   ACT.
Hew V/estrr,in��ter Land  District.    D s-
trict  of  Ne��  Westminster.
T;>k<; notice   that .John   Ferdinand
Bagg*  ol Nelson   Island,   occupation!
farmer, intend* "< apply for permission to purchase tbe   f'/iiowirij;   do-;
1 ommencing st a post p:a.-i����-fi
aboul one rfilU; mjftbeast from rh.
head of HiiiingH bay, and abort 40
chain* easterly from tbe euutbeaet
corne- of timbei lot number ::7:;4i,
thence north 40 chain.', thence eaat
10 chalni thence f.o'jHi 4r< chains,
thence ireet 10 chains to point of j
commencement, containing 160 acres I
more or \,;m.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAOOS.
Dati 'i August Zi*. 1010.
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving; a gTeasv
I  film behind it;GOLD DUST dies deep alter g .:. is
fi  and imparities, and insures purity and safety.
I    i Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
j|  fine ; GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
work without your assistance, leaving" you t j take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
B   soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in j u st the right pro-       \* i /
po-tions to cleanse    v^ './
e:t:-i:y,  vigorously. ^-v^J,
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ASSETS   U )
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IT   PAYS   TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILY NEWS
Made by THE N.  K. fairbank COMPANV ^White Star--Dcminion
Makers of fairy soap, the ovai cake. Canadian Service
NEW    V/CSTMIN&TER
TRICT.
LATJD     DIS
MONE f to i fi'-'i
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���<������ in ll i mu > be i-i i ed^ed,   Malln
Coulthard h ( o , Ltd
1. 0 '' !���' AMITY LODOB NO. 27���
The legulsi u ��� etlngn or thli lodge
���ra IkI'I In Odd Fellow*' Hall, cor.
!'<���!  Carnarvon .���>n<i Eighth itr^ett
���jvry   M>iu<Ijiy   BVOTllng  :il   K  O'clock.
vibiUhj; brethren cordlhll.   Invited
to nll<'Mil     W, It. Wi-Ht, N.O.;  \V. C.
Coatham, P,o, recording laoretary.
.1.   w.  MacDonaldi  Onanclal  hi-.i-u-.
D:*trlct   of   New   Westminster.
'I a." I. nolle that, I, William Rol.
'���it. Dic'if, <if Vancouver, (;. C.i ocfea-
patlon  real ettate dealer, intends to
apply foi .ermlMlon to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
aboul twenty chains north from the
soothwesl corner of Timber Lease
38769, TexaclS Island, thence wesl
[eighty '���hairiB, thence south eighty
chains thence <-.-.>nt eighty r:)i;iin.,
thence north eighty chains to point, of
commencement, containing <;io arrfjH
more or \o.hh.
WILLIAM   ROBERT   HICK.
Vancouver,   B,   C,   September   6,
1010.
AJAPANESh BEAL ESTATE AND
*EI.IAIIII LABOR AGENCY
SANITARY    NOTICE.
J.   WADA,
Tel. b73.
13  Blackie  8t.
IT  PAYS  TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
IT M  E DAILY        NEWS
All ruhhlnil and garbage rriimf. be
removed to the foot of ��� Sixteenth
iitreet and Fifth avenue, where It wlll
be hurned hy the corporation.
Any pernon or personn who dump
��arbuge or rubbish of any Idnd on
any otber atreet or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
wlll be prosecuted under the pro-
vlilons of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, 8. J. PEARCE,
% Sanitary Inspector.
City Hall. Jime 13. 1910.
FALL HATS
We're as well up in the Hat business as
we are in the Clothing trade. We sell the
hats made by the most noted makers. 2so
uncertain Jiats here.
New Fall Derbys and the new blocks in
Soft Hats ���all the new colorings too. They
are handsome.
We've many good styles, so if you come
here for your hat we will see that you have
the hat you ought to wear.
Our $4.50   Mallory   Waterproof   Hard  or
Soft Hat is the Best Ev�� r Snld for the Money
Stiff Hats, $2.50, $3 to $5
Soft Hats, $2, $3 to $5
Come in   and try on some of the New
Fall Shapes
CT3
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NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liver.ool
S.S. LAUREN"""-���
Triple  tcrew,   H.V. *****
S.S.   MEGAN n��.
Twin screw, 1��.?C? ���:"��- Th*
largest and rros: n -f- A:'
commodation ecuj to i'i cr0M'
Ing the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply t0
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.   GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Hade to Ai -"'
Furniture Rei
Woodwork of All I
39  Alexander  St.
&   COMPANY
Store of Satisfaction
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL 4 ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
For all kinds of
JOB  PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Pj��*
Mrs. E. M. Domlny. Pr*
n��r The Dally New. Co., 609 Mctoria
Street
rr7 ��� H*ANT" ail la T����
K win fcrin* reeotte.
Ne*9-
'(a* LjESOAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
5
nk of Montreal MONTREAL SPfNBS
MUCH MONEY ON RACES
ESTABLISHED 1817.
IplTAL
$14,400,000.00
vE '      11,000,000,00
lies throughout    Canada    and
,'ull. nd, and in London, Eng-
Vork, Chicago and Sppkane,
and Mexico City.    A general
business    transacted.     Let-
edlt issujo.   available   with
the
5
final1
Iwfou"
kil. Ne��
-.A
hUinS,
J.pVndVnts in    all    parts of
��� jDgs Bank Department���Deposits
. 8d ia sums of $1 and Upward,
[Interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
.���.',, [present rate).
tutiil Assets over  $186,000,000.00
MEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNEIt, Manager.
,e\\t
American Bookies  at Blue
Bonnets Carry Away Huge
Sums Every Year.
Westminster
ransf er Co.
r,, 'Phone lib.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
gunge   delivered   promptly     d
any part of the city.
ight and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE��� TPAM   DEPOT
iardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
B   Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
651 Residence  Phone  133
(From The Montreal Herald.)
With the present amount of racing
3 permitted by the Miller law tn
Montreal���an amounl which ig certain in Incre ise r .flier than decrease
unless the law is changed���con&dera-
I'l. over one million dollars a year of
good Montreal money Is paid Into the
money bags of American bookies who
lease the betting privileges of the local ii neks. Of that sum scarcely half
conies back in the shape of winnings
paid to successful bettors.
Al Blue Bonnets these days any
bo ikie who failed to write $500 of
business on an average ram wouM
complain bitterly that he wns not lo-
ing enough to pay his rental. Thera
are sev*n races dally, but. as a rule,
me race hns s i small a field thai bet-
HOSPITAL
estminster   Pi'vate   Hospital.
Townsend   k.t,    Maternity
i      non-contagious      medical
s   accepted.     Terms   from
" weekly.  For further partlcu-
a apply to Hospital. Tele-
ne 755.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
  l
I Gold Watcies for LadL-s from |12./5
ver Watches,    gents'    open face
J.00.
El rer Watches,  gents'  open    case.!
|       up.
1 Agent    for    Waitham   and     Elgin -
frat h.-s, i
V.   tch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery :
For Sale
Six roomed house, all modern,
on  Sixth  avenue.*   Price  $2625.
Nice eight roomed cottage on
Nanaimo stieet.    Price $1680.
Two storey seven roomed
house on Mowat stieet. on full
sized lot. Lovely view of river.
Price $2700 for quick sale.
Eight roomed house on A km
street, Sapperton, on full sized
lot.    Price $1650.
Beautiful five roomed bungalow, modern and well finished,
on Sherbrooke street. Price
$3200.
The foregoing are but a few
of the many snap values we
lia\��> for sale. Act quickly. Cal
and . ee us.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
���it:,   to  2r>  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
GENERAL  AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire    In
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
��   The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
'"'- Is slight. However, three thou-
: dollars a day iB a very low esti-
" ""' ""' amount taken m by eacn
book for betting tickets in one day's
rai lng.
1:":'' nro seldom less than twenty-
flve books on the enclosure.   On some
"ays there are as high as tony, but
" '  : ���  !     er number ;i^ an average
Ht suit, $75,000 a daj I
1 nere a.e fourteen days of racing tit
'   bonnets In a .ear, allowed under the .Miller aci and actual.y run.
total tor tne year,  ..,.,i_imj.
'i i e amount of busini. s that win bo
done al King Edwards Park i.i an un-
nuown quantity, though as tne boos-
K 9 a.e paying goo I ran-.; for the privi-
' e tne. evluehtly Hunk ii la all
tight, i his year there can be only
seven dajs oi racing, but next, year
theie wi.i be the full fourteen; Allow
tog the i an e tate and the same im.n-
ber of books as tne Deiorlmier, uie,
bets taai mm: at tha parr, would total !��=
$167,500. j     |T|
i lie total taken out of the pockett)
of tne public dm inn the year at tue
various Montre tl tracks is thus, at a
low estimate,  .1 5i2,500,
Bow mucii oi thai  amount   comes
back to t: e buci i  si ul bettoi s, usually to be iii;-: Ipated In a "celebration,'
i ue] ends, oi course, on the amount oi
luck enjoyed !>>' the public and bookie ;i eucive .-     Bui   i ne  oaJs  n.e
sufflcU m i.v strong against the public
1 i i ns ���!e i.iai. sav,- in vet.���   excep-
i c s,s. in,1 nc-re than half o"i tue
ever goes back to the public.
Ibe  bookies  must,  pay  the expenses,
winch   are   extreme^    hum     K.er*
'booK" i ai] loj s live or more men. o.
o a the sneet. writers, if an e\, et i.
may get as high as flfty dollars a day.
i i ey  must  also mane enoiir.ii to   go
back and live In luxurious idleness in
the l'nited btates for tne rest oi tii-
year upon the money of   the    "easy"
Canadians.
And of the 50 per cent, or eo of the
money that dots come out of the
bookies' hands and go into the successful tettor, fully one half goes not
to the public but to the insider who ij
al^le to get better intonnatlon than
the bookies themselves possess. H~.
too. is usually an American, and takes
bis winnings away to spend upon the
Great White Way. Tlte bookie cannot protect himself against the Insider, and he retaliates upon the innocent public by shoving up the odds
ani the public pays both the bookies'
living and the winnings of t'.'.e "hie
ner.."
It Is a great game for Car.ala.
Mail Service
II. & V. "States" daily except Sunday-
Leave, 23:00;  Arrive at 21:00.
Vancouver,     daily     except     Sunday,
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 23:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00, 18:00.
Victoria, daily except  Sunday, Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
B. &  V.  "States,"   daily  except Sunday; Leave, S:00;  Arrive at 9:15.
C. &   V.   East,   daily;    Leave.   8:30,
15:45;   Arrive  at 9:25,  22:30.
Sapperton,     daily     except     Sunday:
Leave.  8:30,  15:45;   Arrive at 9:25
and 21: on.
FraBer   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.
Kdmonds, daily except Sunday,
Leave,  11:00;   Arrive at 14:00.
East Burnaby, daily except Sunday;
Leave,  14:00;   Ariive at 14:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    except    Sunday
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday;
Leave, 14:00; Ariive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
.   Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at 10:00.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday;  Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00,
Ladner, daily except Sunday; Leave.
14:20,;  Arrive at 10:00.
Port Gulchon, daily except Sunday;
Leave,  14:2.0;   Anive at 10:00.
Westham island, daily except Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sunday; Leave.
14:20;   Arrive  at  10:00.
Annacis Island, Monday, Wednesday
and Friday; Leave, 14:20; Ariive
at 10:00.
Annievllle, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 14:20; Ariive at 10:00.
Woodwards,   Tuesday,   Thursday   and
tSaturday;   Leave, 14:20;   Ariive at
8:30 and 16:30.
B. & V. "Vancouver." daily except
Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at
11:00.
Cloverdale.     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:50; 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. "States," daily except Sunday;
Leave, 15:45; Arrive at I6rl5.
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FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The   New  Stern wheeler
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room 6, Guichon Building.
Phone 681
._ , J. NEWS0ME & SONS
S. S.  PAYSTREAK |      painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
���aves Brackman-Ker Milling Com
pany'a wharf, New Westminster, with
1     en. ers and freight as follows:
Leaves  New  Westminster Tuesday
Tl itsday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri- j
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd. I
New  Westminster.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
. 214 Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER        : B. C.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
"" RAILWAY GO.   |
Train Service New
Westminster
Departures.
5:45��� To Seattle. Port Moody, Bar-
I nett and Yancouver.
8:0o���To  Yancouver.
0:15-eTo Montreal, Nicola, Vancou-i
i ver and local points.
15:05���To St. Paul. Kootenay points
inni Sumas.
16:45���To    Yancouver      and    local
-n.nts, Agassiz and local points.
'.0:35���To Montreal and   Okanagan
oints.
-0:50���To Yancouyer only.
j
Arrivals.
t 7:43���From Montreal, Yancouver,'
I Port   Moody.
ri-10���From St. Paul, Okanagan,!
i Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From Agassiz,' Yancouver j
land local points.
IC: 15���From Yancouver.
18:45���From Yancouver, Seattle!
'and local roints.
^0:40���From Yancouver.
22:02���From Montreal and Nicola
j points.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.    j
H. C.  B. FOSTER, A. G. P. A., Van j
couver.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon   and   Sixth   St.   New
Westminster B, C, Plione 354.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given   on   Any   Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  388
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
3,500  Tons���320   Feet  Long���18'/a   Knots
Leave Yancouver  (Johnson's wharf) Mondays and Fridays at 11:30
p.m. for Prince Rupert.
Leave Yancouver  (Johnson's wharf) Wednesday and Saturdays at
2:00 p.m. for Victoria and Seattle.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert  5:00 p.m. Slindays and
Wednesdays for Stewart; 10:00p.m. ^"^t^ Citv  Lockpo t Jedway
P.m. Thursdays for SkideBate, Queen Charlotte City, Lockport, ay
and Ikeda.
Solid wide vestibule trains of coaches and '^"'^"Tol
Chicago, Detroit, London, Hamilton, N.agara Falls. ^ Jork; ^or
onto, Montreal, Portland, Boston, etc. Longest. douo.e track raklway
under one management on the American continent.
For rates, time tables, booklets and full Information, passenger or
frelgM' aPPly t0 L  V. DRUCE,
H. G. SMITH, Commercial Apent.
City Passeaeer and Ticket Agjnt. Telephone 3060.
Telephone 7100.     527 Qranville Steer, Vancouver.
GENERAL  AGENCY, TRANSATLANT.C STEAMSHIP LINES.. ,_
CANADIAN PACIFIC
^pr B,C. Coast SS. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER !|
to  Victoria.
10:00 a.m    Daily
1:00 p.m   Dally
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m    Daily
11:00 p.m Dally except Saturday
11:30 p.m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p.m.       D;lil>'
- TO  UNION  AND  COMOX.
2:00 p.m    Mondays
8-CO a. in...Thursdays and Saturdays
TO  ALASKA.
11:00 p.m   Every Saturday
TO PRINCE  RUPERT.
11:00 p.m. Every Thursday and Sat.
TO  STEWART  (Portland Canal).
11:00 p. m    Every Thursday
S. S.  Beaver  leaves  New  Westminster 8  a. tn. Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays;  leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
Tuesday,    Thursday    and    Saturdays \
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
C.  B." FOSTER,
A. G. P- A , Vancouver.
The   Fall   Fairs.
The dates of the fall fairs through
the upper country and coast have
been announced as follows:
Kamloops,  September   28,  29   and
30.
Victoria,   September   27    to   Octo-
New  Westmlnlter, October * to 8
Inclusive.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE*    '
-IK-       .
T HE       DAIL Y, .1.   E. W.t
This is the Wonderful New Flour
that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.
Made of highest grade Saskatchewan wheat, i.i ths newest, best-equipped,
largest mill cn the prairies.
Made with the determination to  give users  better  flour-value, greater
certainty cf   baking-success, fuller satisfaction with the final  result,  whether
with biscuits, cake or bread.
Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives ell this.
Therefore, Madam, it is thi flour for you.
This flour cannot be described in an advertisement.    We use this paper
merely to give the introduction���to say:
" Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."
It Is the guaranteed flour.    If you are  not satlsHed with It after two fair tr'als,
ask  your grocer for your ir.onoy back.    He will give lt to you.
Ada moro water than usual whan  uslnjj Robin Hood Flour.    Made of such
hard, dry wheat, It absorbs moro molstur a-producing a larger, whiter loaf.
The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flours
you have io find out for yourself,    ["hat there is a difference
every woman who now us;s Robin Hood admits.
SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
LIMITED 1
Moose Jaw, Sask.
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PROVINCIAL
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Queens   Park,    New  Westminster,   B. C.
Under the Auspices of the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society
of British Columbia.
OCT. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, 1910.
IN   PRIZES   AND
ATTRACTIONS
$50,000
Official Opening, by Hon. Richard McBride, Premier
of the Province, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 2. p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday���Lacrosse Matches.
Wednesday���Scottish Sports and Scottish Concert.
Thursday���Vancouver Day-American Day.
Friday���Children's Day.
Saturday���Exhibition will continue until 10:30 p. m.
Wagner's Band, of Seattle. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This was the
official band at the Alaska-Yukon Exposition in 1909, and has a world-wide reputation.
Summerland Band. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Vancouver Musicians' Band, Tuesday afternoon and evening and Wednesday
evening.
Vancouver Pipers' Band> Wednesday.
Al. G. Barnes' Big Three Ring Wild Animal Circus on the Grounds during
the whole Period of the Exhibition.
SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMSHIP LINES
W. H. Keary, \
Manager and Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE KING
T. J. Trapp,
President.
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Home  Complete
LEES LIMITED
S_fCESSC��S    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPCarjfc'.
PnCNE SJ-      7;&4'.��.C��i-CV��eiA  ST..  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
tor t>n".*. s:r-.r.Sr* lr.- z few. and dis-
^pfc.L'.r.kZJ. 'ir others Nor ar* tbe
otnr..T^ii.-..-.��-i ri.::t deSn;:? :��� ���-��..-
choice <���..* a loadm A?l tbe tkree
places favored are .-e-^.-siseE.-ied subject to ofrta:- ".'." nzen'r.e* i.-.d cc-i-
<irtioES B.t ���.:.�� '-���=:.- ;-:o-:so azair!'.
the tnt s��.ection. that of Point Grey.
ia as to :r.e characto* of tke soil. If
this is fo;nd soitaMe tot the eiperi-
xr_nt���i work of tbe coi.eae ..' agrh '
tare, thes Point Gr=. i�� tv�� chosen
site. So far ----- om knowledge goes
we cfeosld siy tbe eompoeHfaw jf tbe
:-ji. in tbe favored .'.-.-..-ic. wouid he
snftab e for ag tara e.--f nation . ur-
pcaes ��� ." '���' i ie ' - '-������ ��� ��� ; In
i/e de-'i led by experts
in tbe e e.-' ' U re il einenl not
being fulfiiiei > e:. t e Nor:. '.'..-.-
COttve       ."���- :'.-'.-.::.:..eoietT,   - ���     ���  "
to tbe con traction  of tbe propose^
bridge  and  l mm ag thai   tbe
Coqnil ��� ���
howevi ��� ��� ���  e*   aie ereCTeI
tot I e     ��� Cenl ..-:-: '.-: con-
ed by thi     ..        lone     a      :.-
suitable owing to the likeilh
being . ��� li -��� ��� r ���    ..-.-
iter i ���     . ��� ���       ���.-.���-���
abse:.'<-.  -.-      ������:... Qn
the M     e, tb refdkj     -      -       rery
likely i    t the        ������ -. . e   lo
cated al P     ���   . ey.
if -  .    ��� . - -     ct to be ^o it wl
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;.:���:���:.--?;-..',.   :: PolnJ   Grey   ii flxej
��..<<;.  tbil     Ill  be a mt...-.: co. .<���:..<;��
place to get al from ail p^-
pndvincet and tbefe Is no doubt tbat
Du}   <-.:<;'������.(,!.   -A   -i.f    .:,iver:-!l,v   r.f.e.e
woSi'.'i give a Kt.ru' Impetus to tbe al-
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For Immediate Sale
An Opportunity F��r Mhced Farming
Party a-rre. A-l dairy farm ose Elle fro= station. Thir.y-Cve a.-rw
under caltiraUon. ^iaiance iight brash. Sir roomed house, ban to
ts.cr.~rr.-Ar-:e !:x-." tocg fe*d and twectT-eLgh: ^.*ad of cattle. Splendid rater, ccnataat ^ppiy; ftrst class soi: $20��� per acre, half cash.
li.',nz--e il f per ceftt. Stock, i-p.ernects and crop coaJd ilea :-e par-
':.i-*-:  ..-.'ri;    A;.;.,   to
A. G.f P.O. Box 29, City.
No Agents Need Apply.
Home For Sale
This place is on a 52x150 foot lot and is within
sever, minutes walk from the Post Office. A.l
modem with magnificent view location. $2600
with exceptional terms, $400   Cash.
The lot is worth nearly this.
REiD,   CURTIS  &  DORGAN
706 Columbia St. Phone   46t>
:*f**^*r^ms*^-*-*s.  ���-,
Dairy and Poultry Farm
In MISSION TOWNSITE
Nearly 15 acres are in cultivation, good house
and necessary buildings and' stock, well fenced and
cleared.   $10,000, easy terms.
! ;
Apply S.S.       P.O. Box 29
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STORE HOLRS: 8 A.M. to 5 P.M.  SATLRDAYS. 5 A V
New  Westminste
Leading Store
Is rapid!,   nearing completion, and what an improvement has been rade  witJ:    t;.s    <=-
have been put to considerable inconvenience d-ring the alterations���the position    is *    -
piacei made ^ necessary to have more space, go ae to be able to cater to better    edraot
rapidly   Increasing   b'jslness.���but we trust our patfons wiii  find p'.easare ia ib *-piaa
the improved facilities that are to be found here.
We invite every one to come in and inspect cur fine large store.
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Regarding Patterns
We a-e expecting a full range of ^jcCall patterns la a day o; two���tl a phtjera ��e   ~-  -
noiv ol    Further boM&b will be gfrien on arrival.
Imported Coats
.-���-         * .: low display cf new imported coau for fat! and winter    wear     Bt
���..--���- e -y-y-.-i.u'h newest ar.d n*>>-. pogulaz material for coaU     Fn m  	
Handsomely Tailored Fall Suits
���       te     .;.- :     - -    i ���-!. ���     ������    ������ ���     x .   -���  ���   _1a live i      ���      ���- -.
..--'���     i thej  arrive���an^ vi ���** ... ���      Mb tl.is ; ���   ���
turning tbe ]   -'.-    f a .-.-��������:- I ���     Inute fashior-   '. .       ���     ,
and ir.ivu complete ranj;e ol '    wear.    t'oni�� to this store
6m pri ea will suit you.   Froxp  118.50 u 5:-"
NOTICE
CREMATE   DEAD;
it-aVi*   ambittoua ,A^nn of tbla m-jfiiH- ' Agitation JO*A/��fi Thi* End It on Foot ' Kett TOWawQinltifj was
1 foultefl an I bad
Justice of ,the p^ace.
knot tied by    fl
f.yie came   to
in  Winni. eg.
|/a!it;. j:. the v, :,y r,f car ilne and otbei / ;
Winnipeg,  Sept. 26.���An    agitation
trepaportation tacllittea, I haa been Htart.ed in this <-\Kj- tor   the
The rodfan&adaitpna made b/atbe  ^ection of a creijianr.ry, and It. haa
the rapport-of ;i large jjoinb^r -of In-
oofunl^tt^ere In regard to the a|?rl-: fiuentlal people on .snital'SS grounJa.
cattura)   aide  of  the   college   atrlkea  " ���*   R'ated   that   cremation   is the
method of the future for the treat-
nri -,, being eminently  practical   and   ���,.u, tj! a~6 t/0.JieKi and that the cre.
-*'rtH,j   careful   ii'tun: deration  by   ti.e  matorUa In tbe pilnclpal cltief. of tbe��!f reel man appeam r,t\ the petition ask-
rDited  .States and  Europe  have  met   ******* for the taking  ^f a local  oj/tion
vote here thla year. : Opinion here Is
rears.
..yie cam
ten i <��� i
r�� old
anl Immediately .sta;ted to work with
a big concern with wbicb he remain d
throughout liis busineea life. At the
Ur: e oi his retireojent a few Xeara
a_o be 1* sai J to liave heen Jbe chief
8fockhold��r In the cbmpany.  :
Buairresi Men for Local Option,
f'teelman, Sask.. Sept. 26.���The .slg'-
nature of    every    business    man    in
The Twentieth Annual .
EXHIBITION
of the Diatrict of Surrey Agricultur. I
Association will be held at Surrey
Centre, .
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ST0RE6^ FITTINGS
AND
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���6TAIR  RAIL
INOS���ALL      ��gNDS      OF      WOOD-
V/ORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES  SUPPLIED
Tuesday, Sept. 27!]   Westminster Woodworking Co.
government.   Their remarks as to tbe
adriaabUity of offedbg eupetantlal
juuariea for the rarioua   profeeaorlal
iriitty. are also we]) to tbe point, and
will, v.i- ':.',;,<���. be adapted. These are
'ito.., i.hen good men require; and tt*-.-
AGED  MILLIONAIF;t
WINS YOUNG BRIDE
Special car  Jl. C. E.  K.  will leave
itrohgl.    In   favor  of   "banishing . the I
bar " and all Indications point to the
carrying of the local option by-law hy Front street at it a.m.t returning same
, an overwhelming majority. \tiVf.
\
J. BROOKE8, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner Eleventh and Cerllne.
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tiitie c.r.t.iuiuf'ii at as high as S'jO,0h0(-j
FIRST  KILLING   FROST
[IN   PRAIRIE   PROVINCES  J- STEWART, H. BOSE.
| President. Sec-Tiejs.
CITY  OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Applications will he received by tli
Mfve good pay, and U o* nnlvereity 000, John 8. Lyle. who will he to o,,    W)���riipeK, ,   t ,,_Th(! ^ k|���.
la to stand well to the   front   it.   I. "���   "'^\ u-   ��<*) JW fift&J?? "'�� ko**l <>��� 'hi   season occurred fae.
**bom  he lias eatablUtied  in  hi;, hoa i- ri(���,,.   ���.,, mail,   ,, .      i      .   ,.     _  .
neie aary   that   Its heads-ahouW   ba  tlful  cpuptry  home at T��,af!y. -The "J''' "" "". * J^W'ttAobj
i.i    ��� , ��� .ii     I.,, ,al[, a"'  S^akatchewaih,    Hv(>, degrMI of
;.,.-;, ol tl     blghesl ability ind quaM f'B"' *���, V".�� v/as. ���>I1;H ��������'���*-S*-. llt'tinon, fr(Wt> - retorded h��-re'and _atde���i    ��ppii"��nons wm t,e received nv tne
Actions  thai  -at,  U    .-    , ��� 3""%.   S   VTT   ^   ��"lff   WM  tfaYaged,   but   as tuutl ;iH;"n^'^^��"  "P to B  p.m,  of  Mondav,
��� ���,.;������* limit, her husband.! whp��, S!1.   ,     ��� w recm-d-d at A.anv'����"'""���   ���'���   ''""���   'or  the   position   of
met rfAet JM\A��t*ttt troth Oh*hki      lulH 1 L    v,e���t V" ���   Building  Ins.ec.or.    *hlWtf    to    com-
byterlan hospital to care.for his atater- * ,   , ���        . / , n>enf<. n<  tt-<- aa �����.- ,������r.n.
Hou,, Collapses, One Dead. ,,,,.,.   two  j,,,,,.  ag0     T|)t. wif(,  j,,,,! ,       . !_+-J . ."'""   "'   -���-  '('  " p'   '""nth.
Sacramento,   Cal     Bejrt.   2t,.���()m:  lr;i,(1ii   ble .eptlre   lottune.  as  thene   , Mpdtord, Misa., SepL^e.���B
.      I \V. A. DCXCAN, Cityi Cleik
���    - ��� ->v unanl- Cjtv h .11   Sent   '"'   1910
i/ian, Petei   Anderaon, was kilted and  ^rfre pb chlldien  from hid Ur:;t umr-  wepf  vote Ithe  ht.arU  of  triXsteed of      _ ' ""'   "    '
'*"  '������'���'���'���  Ke'iio.jjd}   injured tn    ttfe  riage. , tlie    t'niverklty    Of    Mississippi   'last   ���'    ' ' .'!��� ���-��� ;
���L0$e\me  of  a    three    atory    lolging      Ttie marriage was tilmost an elope- nl_bt decided to abolish Gieek letter'    Try  a  ,'WAN"TJ"ad  In  The
holse here early today. iment, for the i/alr went by auto    to societies from that institution. It will bring results.
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WATCM    REPAIRS J
Ptobahly that watch of yours Is not Klvinj? you propel *
You have had It In the repair shop, but, while it is runnii #
run accurately.    The reason for dissatisfaction  Is  thai  the ���
did the ntpairs ls either incapable or doing ��ood work or   -         **���' J
s ientlous In liis work, or, in all probability, he is gifted ��-' ���
the faults mentioned.                                                         r   . \
We have heen fortunate ln seeming  the services of a frst c J*' *>
watchran who has taken charge of our watch repair work     v J
w|io will tei; you the truth, in teeyd to the condition of y> -    '������i'u; \
and will repair it properly, and, le a consequence, it will   not
run, but laeep accuratje time. ��
Agents for Howard, Ball and LonQine Watches. ���
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seven   rooms,  and     large    concrete
basement, bath, etc.;     lot.    44x140;
B      lane In rear;  good position on ca'i*
I      line   and   commanding   flnt;     view.
Price $3500, easy terms.
No.    137.���Now    six-room    house    on
Tenth street, close to the business
district;  full lot with lane I.   rea^. /
.xr,o cash will handle this sn'kp and /
the balance can be arranged to suit
purchaser.
GOOD BUYS IN CITY HOMES
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ROYAL    AVENUEy   near'   Seventh,
street, large modern house, recently
renovated throughout.    Price $4000;
$1500 cash. '
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LONDON STREET," close to Twelfth
street, large lot,-rem4pt sidewalks.
Price $660; $200i��aaluJ\
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No. 133.--New seven room House on
Henlej atreet, nea,r Orphanage,
(soon to .>e paved). $2780; one-
third cush, balance to arrange.
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No. 132.���Fine residential lot. with
email house, close in, on future
business street; the best speculative buy 1 . tbe city. $2��00; on*
third caah, balance easy payments.
No. 111.���A full Sized lot cleared and
in fruit on Regina street, with comfortable house; sewer on tbls
etreet; for $1800. Small cash P��>"
ment wlll handle thai. ESDAV. SEPTEMBER 27, 1910.	
5P5RTWJ NEWS
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.    "1
Routine Business
[il. NTS HOPED
IOR BETTER SUCCESS
clever tactics in the first period. Tlie j
fourth quarter gave the admirers of
Keeps Councii Busy
      (Continued From Page One)
me  nationals me ngnt to nope, tori	
they registers 1 yet another point, but'-
the New  Westminsters, after having'ratepayers
Increased their score to seven, bunch- the  stieet
ed their defence In such a manner ian(j uamll
ie  admirers  of
right to hope, for
that the  Nationals
break through
but
yet
break through.    T!
.h. Canadian Newspaper *&�� disappointed,
gllCB -^ [aged,  and  hope is
Told Story of First Game %��**;* <>f ** ���* ������� "��
l0Crowd of Thousands,    '��� S: ""
asked  for tlie clearing of
between   Seventh   avenue
"ianneri and Hamilton street.    Referred to the
als   were    unable    tot,       ,     . ,     ,
The crowd was some- board of worka for rep0l't'
.j   i....   uol   dlscour-     Arthur S. Leslie applied for a posi-
retained that! tion in the Sapperton tire brigade. Re
al ferred to Chief Watson foi
the  champions   of    the'    -  --  -
>rea9(
of Montreal, the semi-
n of'tp National Lacr&so
' �����rpd neither money nor space
'Pff0rt to tell the Habitants of
���lv that was being enacted
j tr&i *
���juesUS
a*j ^,,.Ci   ..ulov.u ,u,  report.
E. H. Sands, acting secretary of the
M. C. A., asked for permission   to
I place building material on lot 20, city
IY.
j west Saturday next.
i    "One could be convinced on  Satur , ���lalJl. ������ _
day on tbe interest which all oj^sses | block A, facing Cunningham Street
take in the success of the Natikials. |unj Royal avenue. Permission': was
On noticed aged men and chll^jfen In'[granted.   ���> ,  ���-.    t
the crotvd, one cotfld also see-iif large j    x. Merrl
on  Saturday,
lauauiij,  arrangements   tor   trie    evening
*-       . 17     a copy of the    great I really a credit to the organizers who
ItfcB '"       ���,  ������t���ii,inir H  full   ac-1 have everv rluht to exuBct fron
" park   oval
To'urnal containing a full   a
. the  flrst   MJnto  Cup match
J come to hand.   The follow-
natations   have  Veen  painfully
D"; the News and are guaranteed
'ly ;i;;'tolreesourlt aux  New West-
(Victory smiles   on   New
;er) is the cross page head
number of ladies and young girls who ; Ratepayers
follow the national sport.    Everything
passed  off lu perfect order and    the
arrangements  for  the    evening
are
feters
ieauy a crean to uie organizer, wuu
havp every right to expBct from the
public every encouragement for next
Saturday evening."
In
liml
It
ile, secretary of D. L. 301
naiepayers  association, asked the cooperation of the city of New Westminster In securing the widening of Westminster   road    from     Knight     road
through   to   New Westminster.   The
letter suggested 99 feet as a suitable
width.    Referred  to the chairman of
the board of works and mayor to   re-
.port.
...  his  special  story  to  l.a Presse     F,ed Marsh cad asked for a tempor-
Lorenzo Prince, after referring to the j ary    sidewalk    on    Fifth  Btreet    ofl
work of   the Westminsters   ln    very Fourth avenue.   Referred to the board
flattering terms, points out that   the!0f works for report.
| challengers   were   at   a   disadvantage J    a. L. Bouck asked for a crossing ln
,m,  ! on account of   the    sloping    grounl, | froIU ot _6 lot on Asl, ���t.eet.    Per-
Inset in the story are j quoting  President  Lecours as saying j mission  to  put  in  the crossing  was
****** *>"> ��-~��iind hart L.acn titc* PTnatest ��� granted.
ldl"J    J.  F.  Neilson  asked  permission  of
>m" ithe council to use temporarily the city
'thjlot on Eleventh street.   He explained
bwjuot. that he had to  vacate    his    present
Mr. Prince says that the system of. building on Begbie street at the end
play  used by tne Westminsters com ;   - ���- ���        ��� <���--*��� *--
FOR YOUR
TABLE
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aer) is me ci"��o p��6<=  i v.u��..����6��.��   were   at   a   disadvantage;
displayed on the front page Ion account of   the    sloping    grounl1
i er     inset in the story are]quoting  President  Lecours ���.. ���_..._���
I the scorers of the    three J that the ground had been the greatest
"(lo by the visitors, Lalonde, I adversary of the Nationals     '-    ���'"
He and    Dussault,    while   a | tion to the
__^^^��      In
. ���     slope, Mr.    Prince
drawing  shows the dis- j plains that the fleld is covered
,f the    bulletin    announcing ; small stones.
'Nationals  had  scored  their'
addi-
com-
wi
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
ass ��& Ksis&r^f"^"^'"^
,u FANCY GLASS.
Royal CitylPlaning Mills} Branch
Telephone 12 *��" Westminster Box
,,l The supporters of the
team ate seen cheering and
their iiats In pleased anticipate bulletins of good cheer,
.rningeinents made by La
I ,r the bulletining of the story
ame are explained in the fol-
lead" to the main story:
��� natch  between  the  Nationals
lllUKllIlg     Oil     DCglJlC    DUCEl    ui.    a,.*;    ......
-    -       *���*  *������>   "iv        ���   ,of the month and had not been able
pletely mystified the Frenchmen.   *-  ���     ���    ��� ....    _,..    r,_�� 1 ,���
pieieij   wyouueu  uie L.a*aa*r..ammm.    It. to obtain a suitable site.   Referred to
his opinion Spring and the two Turn-!the finance committee to act. |
bulls have no equals in the east.   Hei    The railway  commissioners formal-
condemns the playing of "rag." hy notified the city that they had no
      .. jurisdiction in the matter of the B. C.
In  its editorial columns La Presse  g, r. wires over    the    Fraser    river
says: I bridge.
"Our plavers were not lucky Satur-!    c.  H.  S.  Wade  wrote stating  tbat
uwminster had" excited so j day at New Westminster.   But no one! he liafl had no time to prepare a re-
''  N     ,     ',,   .nong the public  has any riglit to be astonished at the port   of   the   work   done  as   publicity
;i"       iiv   ...'.vi '""tions dwell   resull of   the    first   encounter.    The .commissioner,  but  intimated  that    a
:   "l! "        ,,      or check of   our   Nationals    hai    to    struggle    against  report    would    be  forthcoming    next
n the Buccess or enecK   i        LumeroU8 disadvantages,  the fatigue week. ;-        ,
AS T   ' ,,'es    al-ounl  Sobmerof a long voyage, a lack of knowledge}    A largely signed petition ot Bappe < -
...1  to  pics., aro. wereLf ,,���. grounds, the absence erf encour-,t0n residents asked ior a sidewalk on
)L*��vT��.t navlllon was literally agement.   We must not forget to say
'.' '"it       w      anxious    toUbat, above all, they had to meet ad-
,!,-.il,le the various ' versaries of redoubtable iorce.
""V^.   ���   ' lev hfch prom-      "But  all hope is not lost, far from
'  '"..^.oUo is    The news! it.     Saturday   evening   the   Immense
' !' VU'nw, , Pre 'e wasl crowd  gathered at  Solmar park  was
,r   u5 it couh! ndt but gi-   noi Jscouraked  by  the  news  which
{faction, as much    to    thel reaehe.l It.
ter8 of the Nationals as to the |    "The admirers of .
Z^��^ Westmln- maintain aU their
ie Nationals still
confidence  in    the
  t..;un.     At't-r  a   tirst   experience    our
. ���r fVioI r.nlitinir ulivers will  onlv    do    better
representative of   La.   ri t.()U)is of  the  Fl.cnch
edh^r8fsTeppedouton   Se Canadians, at least we have the right
J^^Ure^perfectsh.je.   .ohope tor this."
S . oii.ewhat afraid of the   dis-  _	
,'.'1Sc, of an insufficient knowl-
the ground.    This news raised |     ���	
ra   from   the   crowd,   which   bad -
,, confidence In the ability of,To c, A. welsh.
atlona)  players.    This  was the;    Wel, done, 0ld
' lace of news received  In  Mont-  tloM  t0
ml  the thousands in the park
earned   the   first     news    ol  tb
iii  the spoil  followers could,
' '.. ....     a      ..111...
TELEGfiAMS.
Richmond street between Eighth ave.
nue and    Cumberland   street.    Alder-1
man  Jardine thought there could be
no use in referring the matter to the
board of works as he could not recommend the    granting    of the   request.
However, it was referred to the board
land Alderman Jaidlrie said he would
I bring in an estimate  i   i he cost.
j    The residents of "   vat street ask-
i ed for a sidewalk and a light.   Refer-
I red to the board of works and  light
department for report.
The board of works reported recommend.ng that a new survey of the city
be made and the surveyor-general be
reciuested to nominate suitable men
i to undertake the work, and that tbe
'.finance committee be gl\en power to
act as far as the expenses were con-
jcerned.   The report was adopted.
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Gravenstein
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Blue Plums
Prunes
California
Grapes
Bananas
Also try our SWEET POTATOES and nice ripe
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Contractors and
House Builders
W^ liave a full   line   of   the   Best
Builitel^ Hardware in tins City.
Bef>re Building See Us, as we  believe   we  can  save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock  oi  PAINTS  and   OILS
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A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
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The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443 |
Sapperton  Phone 373
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John B. Gray
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Visit The
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man.    Congratula-I
yourself and tuns
C. A. A.PPLBTON,
Mgr. Caledonia Springs hotel.
lU-.iMy con
evory time.
Mgr. St. Pan:
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then on. follow, as on a cine
;raph sheet, tbo di:ferc..u plu.se
; memorable joust.
,ing the first quarter the.rfng-
i:_ Keen for nine ffllnuies wit*
,,. (lf the clubs succeeding ft
'    a .;,,,,,.   point    and    he
;,...ame   more   and   more    W-
;.     ^owIng   with   ever  grfwtog
������ the movements ot the |.d>-
[ajthfttlly reported by our cdrres-
! TBwrftawa ,���. ****
Nationals were paying ^'     \ j
,abH conditions, having^��*����J|
th6 superiority given their   a
.���ies by their better knowledge ><
.round the encouragement ol the
ators to the locals and   be    tn
lual   weight   of   U.e   membe.s   of
acstern team, ,r,
,,l,at  was feared happened.    I
...ninsters, wishing at all M to,
> in   the first   quarter,   ����*���,*
���;M;u ef T .StffS SSL? ?
, transmitted to the crowd was not
,lthout ttavlbg a cold effect I ut the
'e, mu supporters of our club id nt
;,;u themselves to sorrow ovei-|
Lt check. The stubborn re��lstane
���;, ,��� players justlhed sued, a.    Pt>
lu in effect the telegraph to It he
ev, increasing body of ��gJatoW
that the Nationals bad til t <""
, i themselves In adm ratde sh
lon compelling on severe occt slons,
thanks to the exploits o thejptajej
ere cheers on the parrot an assist
am
Oli. Oh.   Give Revelstoke dates for
Kames.    Oh. you beauties.
A. E. KINCA1D.
Revelstoke.
rratulations.    The    west'
UtTlirit DAFOE,
Moiiawk Lacrosse
club.
A BARGAIN
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
Congratulations on    your    splendid
success.     Nothing   like   doing   things
RICHARD
MeBRIDE.
ft
Six roomed house with stable in rear on two
lots, on corner of lane and 100 foot frontage, on
main street and half a block from car.
$3,00Q.00, easy terms.
To F. J. Lynch.
���Congratulate the boys on their sue-j
cess today.
JOSEPH RICHARDS,
Salmon Arm, B.C.
Heartiest congratulations for   your
wins,   lf 1 was there I would be with
you.
N. F. KENDALL,
Nelson,   z
Apply S- S-
P. O. Box 29
VICTORIA EXHIBITION
Sept. 27th to Oct 1st
I
WE HAVE LITTLE. BUT
THAT LITTufc WE  HOLD
1)11   IU"-"   !"" ' .        ,_
favorably disposed    to-
When considering these raids by
easterners upon the Pacific coast,
^riortb^.urposeofrecapu-dng
bast silverware, one or two features
'Besides me Minto Cup and the penl-
;! ,ft1,1-v there is not much there, vx-
L 1 riser river, and that Is an
Cel' ,.      ,   -e.g aphy. tor originally
^'Hver did S 'intend to flow by
the town. raiders have
ou     m the   ��tpJ��Me de,,B
unahle   W to .hake a   ong Jou.ne> ^^ ,
to   the are tired, although ^yhaY<J
e iinoiiiei    v*>..".    ���������������:      . , n(U.   atttri think thorn i.iuiti ny
���ndld t.lav of the National detente   .wrs i coming at all.    1 his
"One hX that fortune would be ever thought o^       ^ A
y    ..\:,.;;fi,e  to  the  visiting tfg JgJJ Sw\Vest.nlnster's first Hue
S5\�� P^^k^m^ ** ^ th0 Bround3
thronged tbe parK that Captain,
mde and his men had
tin
���C!i
en
Ni
ab
In
so little .^^^^^^^^^^^
them. ,   ,,inv
..  flrBt  twenty  minutes of    P   >
ed   leaving  the   si i.i.i    ot    the
,1 iu very legitimate hope.    Bey
even applauded on lea|^ng that
Westminster, In spite oi to   l
attacks against the net defended
,'Heureux, had   been
another  'point,    tlianlis
Advertising Thorugh Sport.
Regina sent a lacrosse team for the
Minto Cup and got a lot of advertising out of lt. Edmonton sent a hockey
team to the east after the Stanley
cup and? also got a lot of advertising
out of lt. Calgary sent a soccer team
to Toronto to figure in the tournament which was alleged to carry with
It the championship of Canada. Calgary reaped its reward in the way of
advertising. Now Ca'gary wlll go further afield and strengthen up that soccer team In a few weak places anc
will Bend lt to Great Britain to take
on the pick of tbe old country clubs.
Whether the team is successful or not
the ends of Calgary will be well
served. Calgary will be on the map
for the first time .to a gteat many.
COMMON SAND URGED
AS DYSPEPSIA CURE
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Tickets on Sale Sept. 24 to Sept. 28
Good to return until Oct 6. .
I 'I ���    '
Rate SINGLE FARE AND ONE
THIRD FOR ROUND TRIP
���I   ��� i  ... i .        ������
Take  Teaspoonful,   Sterilized, Three
Times a Day to Scour Out the
Stomach, Is Recommended.
JACK
HOULT WILL TRY
TO RACE AT VICTORIA
Moult   has received   a
.lack i imui,   ...... ._..
from A. H. Gowen, executive secretary of the U, C. A. A. I'., stating that
he regretted tbat Hoult. bad not received any entry forms. He said that
If Jack went to Victoria on hts own
���esponslbility he would do his best tb
"���<�������nrind so that he
Boston, Sept. 26.���"Common sand,
places and ! sterilized properly, is a better remedy for dyspepsia and Indigestion
troubles than any medicine, lt is thfe
means of digestion of many animals,
so why not a man also?' says WlllUm
A, Grausteln, a wealthy milk dealer cjf
Boston.
"Many years ago 1 used to sit dt my
dosk,  incapable  of   work,  dopy ' and
dill.    A  physician  suggested that   .1
swallow   a   spoonful   oi   sand   three{
I times a day until my attacks passed
letter! !lwayj within two months I was cuied.
1 *-...   *��i.i���t.ij   nft.r   ��at-
it- .  ������ud,. lull ol MUmB ���""' ",   *h  ��l,.,ol..ie, lar bolow '��������'"��
SET **OS��2* US* - SW "^jfettfiMS a
��� MSB4 **- ,,, -���!--.,����r-��-%
Nevertheless, the disproportion    was that, so ^^ all thta. there , , .	
���lonalB In the third quarter,   t was a tnei    iij tend against, It   W   ����i
veritable' delirium in   the   immense things to^c to <h   present the
hall,    one    recommenced   to    hope   WgJpJJS, have had   to   rettttn
knowing  the  resistance  of  our  men astern r ^  9ftdder but wiser
and the superhuman efforts they usu- home empty nffd   r,Bpect   for
'.Hy maKeat the end of ****** _Kff**U �� **. ffl  5   U'
w \ II inn   y.n*j   u.w**��       	
toda. . within ten minutes after eslt
lng 'a spoonful, I om ��� capable ot nny
Work, and I ihink 1 work harder than .
any other man ln the United'.States.  I
"I have passed on the suggestion to i
any iutnber of friends and the remedy!
has been Infallible,   lf you suffer from
inability   to   digest   food,  sterilize   a
handful of building sand, take a tea
spoonful /three times daily, anl within two weeks yon will be a new man.
,   ','Th4  solution   Is  simple.     If   the
stomach  Is not In perfect order, its
lining' ls covered   with' a   substance
that   prevents   the  digestive  Jutce.
from permeating the lining to their
work. ' the) sand j acts', slirtply   as   a
seouk-er."- > ���' ���
Fire Insurance
��� i ;        '   . ��� ���     	
A Prudent Man will
Protect Hii Property
wmnineg Sept. 26.-Jack White, of
ChYcago a'nd Eddie Carsey champion
iJ.hVW.lKM of England, started on
282 wmi to have been a fifteen round
lo*t he"  tonight.   The Chicago man
.     lnw.s��lo����na c4uee >f/li>. -    ���
^Whnlpeg, Sept. 26.���The board ��
underwriters ����� ����vertfe*fJSwSS *!!
which caused i loss.<*.fMM* ��n
_. ... _.���   f...���ni   *x   week   ago
; , !
The recent bush fires in Surrey lost some of the settlers many
hundreds of dollar^. My'companies were the first to pay claim* resulting from these fires. ��� ' ���      I a ri
My/^-atM. are lower than others charge, and the pollclee I Issue In-
****** agaftret toss from flre. [        '
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JJ  IT IS BETTER TO BE IN8URED THAN SORjKY. g^|| ^ .
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;-;;:j.'.-. general; agent, ������
ALFRED W. McLEOD
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bout here we*    ��� flfst ind   ���*��� Wellington   Crescent
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Mu over their adversaries which  W J^JZ "-Montreal Star,, off a. �����   ^*'-^rr.
have succeeded la tiring out by their great imu���,
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
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: the XA-DRL-CO prcparal
expert chemwts and guaranteed by I        rgest e
druggists in C.r.aia. 50c a box. If..:- Ii  gg ;-   las not
stocked them ye:, ier. nj re;, and ire will mall j      il    :.
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NERVE TONIC
Try AS AY A NEUx^l   ���
IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE si &
Ryall's Drug Store
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PROFESSIONAL.
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t>rs     i-.'l     soil Titers     ".'.'��� -
Tr   - Btock ..v. . a  atreet   Sew
Wests:     - -.    v.'. I. Wblteside
L. Edmonds.
WADE. '.VJ:CALLER, McQUARl     .
MAP.TIN ��� -ia:  :-���'���. s  :-. :  .St..
Westmil Btei    '""   - I 7
Gtd      _. ��� -���' ' -      bia &nl
McKenzie   streets;    Van       er   of-
fles. . ling    4:   Gran-
viiie  street    F. C.   Wade,   K.  C.
A. Whea .':-  SV. G. KcQnarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
II. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant TeL B 128. Rooti,
Trapp bli   ���
R. T.  PRIXCE,  EXPERT  ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���AeenU. ���
i:   .:  Ha'f- CO     Office, iloo::: '.', '.'���':������
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STENOGRAPHY    4    TYP^WBITINC
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM z2
Curtis Block.   P. 0. Box fi'^4.
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DKERS   Af.D   CLEANERS
ROYAL '.."��� r CHE 41CAL C-cr*..
en  <��� I   ; H5 Colur/irjia ati
pbone  i'.'.y���    1 be  place  where    ���'
dirt aad   .. .*. I-. removed from the
fib.-*���no   pn      II .      Goods '
for ar;-: delintre;.
LIVERY   a I MiLi.
KJ..1, I.R i-..' 1 '.. 1. ..<-.,. . A.>u
smart turuo it. 'Ihe ri^Uiun lata
bles.
FISH   AND   GAME.
SM'A::..*. ,-���   tL   A i'Li.NG.   hJ.SH.   KKui I
Game  '.''���;"-,aijl(-H, etc. Dean Block,
nf-xt. to Rank of Montreal
FUKNiTUKE
\\.    ).     1 A I.E.S.    'IliE    KUR.Sil u��.j
Dealer Upholsterer and Undermltet
corner Aguee arri McKenzla atreet*
E>bon< 176, nigbt call bl.
CABINET   MAKING.
Ij.     ���      LE .. 1 11 .. .-.i 1 1.,     ��� .-.n	
mai ei and ipbolateier, '2:, Chtik
son >!i 1 et 1 o"i,lfj 1 Bui i Slock j
Furniture tnads and repaired. Ms
slon furniture In *llr and oi-.k
\Ni>UU rtUHrt ini,
PAPER    HANGING   A   tf&C.OH A I I Nu
I. HUDSON, \\au, tfAft.it, ..-' j..
Ii<_alninga, Burlaps, and Hanf**^
bouse; painting, Itolaoouning, \>n\ft
.**���'' banging     and     d��f:oratiiig.       ��ixlt;
street,  N'ew   West minster
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the 5      - -   ���    -      . .
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state <.: the cn Hott road.
near l     Port - ! Mill, tbal
e wished to g       er II load ol
nd if not fixed ii I   ���-   11
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tl e 8     ���     ���   ird of Tr     ��� ��� -   saying ���
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re   inspection -      -  ��� .
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Peti      . . ���  - :     Geoi. -   ".'
et al.,  protesting agalnsl
��� e '. and    '������ tion  4 bf
raj    protection   b;.la-*-;   re-
I and i     ���>��� . 1  dl -.' . ue J by tbe
- ���      ��� <; dog tax bylaw was not In-
<  < . to  ��� 1 rk ;��� hardship on anyone
framed for the purpose or
reeding oni tbe worthless Kheerekill-
ing  doga  kept  by  Irresponsible   par-
Ijr:-.i-l   li.  Boyd  submitted  piano   of
livlslon of tbe o6rtbeaet forty-five
��� '    ol    ��� tion 21, u. g, N.. R. 2, \\'.,
; viii'-jj were approved.
Accounts    amounting    to    $2459.30
��� '���'���;    led and orden d paid.
Co ini II   then   adjourned   to   meel
In  on  Bai urday,  No >��� . ��� ���    :,,   al
1 1:30 p. in.
New Arrivals
In Girls' and Misses' Dresses in   g
THE   NEWEST
CREATIONS IN
All Sizes and Prices
CHILDR
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbi
..JIreefe
MACHINE   WORKS.
'Jtl'L.      '~ttylll\,l   _._,      .11,1^111,1,,        ..>....
Minted,  Front street,    New   we��f
minuter.      Minufacturers of /noderi
saw  anil    shingle    mil]  tn.icinnery
Mill   plants, and'H|x>cincationa   pre>.
��� pared *
FIRE  APPLIANCES.
est - In ��� -tirr ��������� lirlitln;;    apparatus
R.    Ilnrrls    &    Co.,    Lavery    bloc...
J  Columbia stieet.    i'!io:ie.i;iiij.
Trade Marks
DcaidNt
COPYRIOHT8 4C
. n-'ir.'. ����ii)lng �� ik**^ ��n< a***cri~itlnn tn*y
'i-l-tat.f Slinflllll "nr o. iDlnn tra* wl.citi^f an
inv��ii'i'in I* fjrob. bif yajuaut��i��l^, t>mi. unlc*.
tlorumrlct|rneilfld��ntUt HANDBOOK on I'MmiUl
,,:i,t IrM. oiioirt o. *n,'�� for t��ftrann��P��Winf��.
Pitttrtf't��tWjt��Tf ffc 'Mui.h * <&>, re-.clrs
Yi*r.Uil lHrta*% withoul ebwv��, la Us
Scientific fliaericatn
A h;.ri'!*,imilr UliMtnttaS mnatlj. Issrtvit ctr-
cil.iii'/i/ ',f ��n. iMonilf* )oo.-n��',. Termf fur
t,.in:,'!.������ <;.?.', ft roar, pi^tatre prapsld.    Sold bf
kll riCT/wl����lfeni.
MUNN I Coif'*-�������� New Yorii
Try  a  "WANT"  ad   in  The  News
t. will bring maul ta.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
i. C. MON'UMKNTAL WORKS. JA8.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of moun mental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction . uarsnteee.
Hotittobla street.  New Weftmlnster
HOTELS.
CINO'S rtOTBL ���yCdfiUMBIA ST.
I'liono lg, Nowest and most up-to-
date In Hip city. Terms moderate.
Flrnt rliiss-ctilsine. .1. Trachy, Prop.
lOVttli -Ij-VTTON���f,17 FRONT ST,
I'hnn'e 163. Comfortable noComoda-
flon.    Terms moderate.    McLeod &
. .|Va.l_,lp��, propilflors.
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Weekday Schedule
Ca.-3 l^are Ve--' Inster for Vancouver at I ' -..���'���. 7:tO,
'*        ;icd every half hour tberea.'-e-   .l-:! 11 p. m.
Can   ��� uver for Westminster   at  5:S0,   6:5     7:2     3:00
and e erj  ... '.      .   thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return Fare    Adalu   ���     .  chiicirer.   md i  12. 3oo.
.-.:.:.. B .. . ��� - ea.e Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a.  D      Dd <-. half hour tnereafter until  11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster a: 8 a. ra., 9 a. tn. and
ererj halt I ereaftei until 11:30 p. m.
Sunday I tea    :;e- .m fare. r       i      '..-    .'
F. e -   :  5 e���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vanr   .e-
at 7 -   a. i .    a m. and 2:20 p.  m.    Freight cars  leare  \'ar;-
eon et tot      ���- ei  at 9:2��, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY    AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
City   ���     Its ���2     tin ite terries I       5:4      -   -    '.'. fv p.m.
20-minute serrice from % a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
���   Line���S   ���..'. te serri     (rom (   '      m. to 11       p.m.
Bundai    8<        i���2   - Inute  service from 8:1            I ���:.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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Scarlet, Navy and Tweed effects
CHILDREN'S j
NEW RUSSIAN !
OVERCOATS
ALL SIZES
Sunli
i     fet^
oap
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that   wiD  harm  thc
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at    . , i
Five Cents a Bar
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   NEWSi!,
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
TRUTHFUL ADVERTISING
THE BASIS OF SUCCESS.
Siflce the I��igTedients Entering Pertma
Are Known, Its Power as a Catarrh.
Eemedy and Tonic is
Understood.
COLUMBUS, OHIO:-The ac- '
tive ingredients entering the most
popular household remedy in tlio
world have been made known to
the public. This rn*ans a new era
in the advertising of popular family medicines���Peruna leads. -
Peru no   contains   among other
things, golden seal, powerful in its
effect   upon   tho   mucous   mem-   .
branes.     Cf-dron    seed,    a    raro
medicine and unsurpassed tonic,   i
Cubcbs, valuable in nasal catarrh
and affection    of the kidneys and
bladder.    Stone root, valuable for
the  nerves,   mucous   membranea
U   well   as   in   dropsy and   incii-.   ���
gestion.
^mmmmm_m*���S-W*_-**va***ssaaaa���am
American ind Canadian Scirntini tell ut tke '
common house fly it the  caute ol   mote  diteaae
ami death than any other agency.
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
kill all the flies end  the   disease
-   germs too.
A $20,000 Dessert
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It cost us over $20,000 to build the single special equipment for
making Moaney's Sugar Wafers. When you taste them you will
agree with us that the money was well spent.
For years we have made the finest biscuits and candies in al!
Canada���our Perfection Cream Sodas, and Chocolate Chips alone
prove this. Now we offer you what we believe is our greatest
creation���Mooney's Sugar Wafers.
Mooiiey'�� Sugar Wafers
.      The DessertYour Guests Will Like
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are made with double layers of crisp,
spicy biscuit crusts. Each layer is a delight���between is a rich
delicious cream, a combination cf sweets that can't be duplicated.
This luscious cream is made in many flavors���from real fruits.
At luncheon or dinner today instead of serving the
dessert try Mooney's Sugar Wafers. Let their delicious
taste today decide your desserts of the future.
You can get this dainty dessert in
dust and damp proof wax-
paper-lined tins at your
grocer's.   10 and 25
cent tins. ,. SDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1910.
*mr-,  OF   EXHIBITIONS
*     '   THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
e annual meeting of Uie agrl-
letles of British Columbia,
.    .       toria in .January last, dates
-fairs throughout the Province
. ,.ed as follows:
���rt ;1"
First   Circuit.
 Sept. 27 to Oct. 1
I10'';' s. Saanlch Oct. 7 and g
Second   Circuit.
 Sept. 27 and 28
Third    Circuit.
L.or       Sept. 28 to 30
fjjjerland      Oct. 11 and 18
Fourth Circuit.
|, Sept. 27
,.]',.v      Sept. 2S
.J,,,,'    Sept. 29 and 30
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
Ml
ler
lie round trip on the Eraser
Saturday.    Steamer Transfer
ve? Brack man-Ker's    wharf    ut
L   Return fare 50 ceates. **
HAD   TO    HAVE   SMOKE
aZlTlB,' S",;l- M���The smokers'
strike Is petering out. When the min
1 .���"��� '" flnance i il ed tobacco pricee
' !'"" '"",:"- ago he expected an ad
!."",!a! monthly profil of $300,000
lhe flrsl month showed a deflcll of
"';" amount. The second month show-
ed an Increase of $260,000,
By  the third  month  the   smokers
had used up all the stores thev had'
'���'"I In before the advance in prices.
Others gol tired of smoking the
cheaper brands of clgara and cigarettes and an attempt to substitute the
pipe for cigars came to nothing,
Those wbo had diminished or abandoned smoking weakened in their resolution and the month of August shows
an  increase of $20(1,000
DARES DEATH IN RAPIDS   Railway Time Tables
IOR WEALTH AND f AME
tontemplating
Trip
\o Europe ?
you  will  want the very best
be offered for your    money,
l    | does not matter what class of
||.!:.      desired.
THE ROYAL LINE
:. i your wants. First. Second and
Jjird Tallin accommodation is unex-
llei whilst the Dining Service leaves
|tl.;     to be desired.
The Next Sailings are
R: Ail George  Sept. 29
F    j1 Edward   Oct. 13
F   .   i George    Oct. 27
R    j| Edward    Nov.  10
ilet, agent C. P. R.. will book
sage via these steamers, or
I :u. Stapleton, general   agent,
ick, W'innii eg, Man.
For The Man
Who Isn't Sure
*
we have a book that will ��how him what
to wear for all occasions.
It's the Fit-Reform Style
Book���for fall and winter
���and illustrates the Suits
and Over-coats that Fit-
Reform has created and fashion has
approved. ��� m
Call or write for a copy���free, of course.
Thousands Watched Perilous
Voyage of Venturesome
Dane on Motorboat Ferro
B- C. E. Ft. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
I Cars leave Vancouver for  New West,
minster ai 5:00, 6:50, 7:2U aud 8:00
a.m., and every halt hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m. ,
Cars leave New Westminster for Van- i
couver at 5:58, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 aud
!    8:00 a.m., and every half hour there-
TENDERS WANTED.
Tenders will he received by the undersigned up to noon, Saturday, October 1st. for the erection of
wharf extension and freight shed at
Xew Westminstei'?' Plans and specifications may be seen at office of Allan Purvis, manager interurban lines,
New Westmlnstei-.
\V. II. HAZLITT,
Purchasing Agent,
R. C. Elec. Rly. Co.. Ltd.
after until 11:00 om.
M.  J.  PHILLIPS
Sole   Aoent   in   New   Westminster
.<*.?:.-"t^CSS#22i
jjfe? ��������� V!.. j��
V��
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-hi�� Wjagwyolce"
ADVANCE
VICTOR RECORDS
FOR OCTOBER
NOW ON SALE
Here are a few of the many good thing, in the October List.
5787-" That Pussy 1UW "    -   Veerless Quartet
[O inch 75c.
3i79a-��I^ve Divine"      Manh-Macdonough
12 inch $1.25
10 Inch Doubl. F.c.d Record. 90c. for th. two.
, (a) "dbme be my Sunshine, Dearie"
J w Macdonough
16556   Q * ..Tbe Arcadians"  Favorite Melodies
(y"l pryor's Band
Red Seal Records.
SS246-C,ioconda "Clelo e Mar" Enrico Caruso
12 inch fo.oo
64,3S-" Annie Laurie " McComack
10 inch $1.25
Purple  Label.
6002,- "What good is water,  when you're
fi���?" Nora Hayes
12 inch ft.5��
dry i
Writ** for free
caulofu* of our 3000
Record*.
��~ *��.. r-coh.  Berliner Gram-o-phone Company
���t H" Limited, Montreal.
Nearest De^er'. Soy j. yjS.A. by Victor T��Mri��tMacto��Co.
Victor Records and Mechine, are ����*?*����
city by J. H. Todd'. Music House, 419 Columbia
Street   Call and inspect them.
St. Catherines, Sept. 2R.���Capt.
Klaus Larsen, a Cleveland man, who
j successfully ran the whirlpool rapids
in his eighteen-foot launch, the Ferro,
a few days ago, did it ln such easy
fashion as to set the thousands of people who lined the river hanks, on both
sides, gaping with amazement.
Once or twice the staunch little
boat looked as if she was going to
capsize, but there was a master hand
at the tiller, and the Ferro righted
herself and sped on her perilous way.
Larsen seemed ln perfect command of
the boat all the time.
There was only one Instance when
there seemed to he any real danger,
to the intrepid mariner and his craft.
This was just at the point ln the rapids where Captain Webb lost his life,
which    has    been    "megaphoned"   to
tourists as one of the sho\r places of
Niagara Kails for a decade or more.
There is no more turbulent stretch of
water on the face of the globe, and
the waves  lash  furiously  hither and
tbihther without any apparent goal in'a.m
view.   It  was the  plate Larsen   was j
afraid of. and he   braced   himself   to
meet    the    danger,    steering     clear I
of the biggest and most violent waves'
where possible.    Ono wave seized bis '
frail craft  In its grasp and the spectators gasped us the boat  was lifted
clean out of the water by the mighty j
force.   If the boat landed on her side
be  would  have been lost as   in   tbe;
ajathing, boiling waters the life would
have been dashed out of him in a mo-
ment, bui tbe boat came down plumb
ion her keel, ad shot ahead like a flash
of lightning, and a few moments later!
Larsen   wns  spinning   along    in   tlie
somewhat (ltiietcr waters just at the
gates of the mighty whirlpool.
Dodged    Whirlpool   Safely.
A cheer went up from the Intently
watching thousands on the banks
when Lai sen seemed to be out of danger, but another peril awaited him,
There was every probability from the
spectators' standpoint, that tlie FerrO
would lie sucked into tbe treacherous
whirlpool nnd whirled about like a
cork to her destruction, but In this
instance Lassen's seamanship came to
bis aid, and he easily steered his boal
around tlie practical right angle which
the river turns at tlie whirlpool and
after thai il was pretty clear sailing
to Lewlston, his destination.
Larsen began his journey at tlie
Maid of the Mist landing, Just opposite the American falls.
Three times he staite.l out, and
twice had to turn back because his
engine broke down. The second time
|th? Ferro was dashed against the
rocky Cliff and wns badly scratched.
The engine was repaired, and al about
1:45 Larssn started out on his third
and last trip. Efia launch Bailed down
to the whirlpool rapids at about its
usual spec I, eight m!:es an hour, and
people were able ta keep up with ii by
running along the bunks, bul when
he reached the rapids ihe current
caught the Ferro and sent it along
like a rocket.
The swiftest automobile could not
ke< p up, and only abot\t 5 per cent
Of the people who went to tbe falls
to see Larsen make his trip through
the rapids actually witnessed the feat.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vanoouver tor New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Car* leave New Westmlnoter for Van
couver at 5:00 a.m.. and ev��ry ball
hour thereafter until 11 p.m.
Eburne Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Weetmlnster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,
Westmi neter.
New
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front 8t, Foot of Sixth.
Great Northern  Railway.
Leaves New Westminster 8:17
arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 10:30
a.m.;   arrives  Seattle  3:15 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:30
p.m.:  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:27
a. m.: arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves Seattle 8:05 a.m.; arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 6:25 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 0:30 a.m.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid Up   $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
The Rank 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,  Engkyid.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Hanking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday from biidge passenger
station 3:60 p.m.; arrives at Port
Guichon ��i:30 p. m.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster hridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Loaves Sumas 6;00 a.m; arrives
hridge passenger station. New Westminster, L0:20 a.m. daily execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
Uo
you  want
business
to  increase
?   Then sec
A UN D E R
FOR
I G N
S
Signs  of every  description.
Glass signs a specialty.
708 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
LAUNDRY WORK
Those having furnished rooms to
let during the progress of tlie provincial   exhibition,   are   asked   to   kindly
leave   their   names     and     addresses, _(���__ \~v lie n-iyp .   the   lit-
with the number of rooms they have   db uuuy UJ ub <->lveb   ""*   Ul
to let, at the secretary's office, Thorn- m0gt Satisfaction) Our equip-
son block,  where there will be son el *    r
person in attendance, up to the date j ment is modern.  The Latest
of the exhibition, to receive tbis Information.    Numerous   inquiries ha       Invention in a Collar and Cliff
already  been  received  as  to  the  accommodation at tlie disposal   of   the
hotels, and private residences.
VV. 11. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
P. O. Lox 59, New Westminster, B.C.
NOTICE      REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
Thousands    Gathered   at   Falls.       |     A1,   pcisnns   u8ing   Columbia   street
Probably seventy-tive thousand peo- fo). vei,|cie traffic of any kind are re-
pie were watching for Larsen and liis f,,lestea to keep to the left hand side
boat during tlte afternoon. They came of ^ie ,,.,,. track while proceeding lu
from   all   directions   ln   the   l'nited  either direction.
machine has been installed.
Clean,   Economic,   Prompt.
White labor only employed
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
States and Canada und the railways
gathered a harvest. j
It is not  known how much Larsen j
was paid for his venturesome trip, but t
it is understood that he netted a sub-'
stantlal  sum   from  the  railways  and
moving picture people.
He carried about a thousand pounds
of ballast in liis boat.
The whirlpool rapids stretch over a
distance of seven miles and the water
In the narrow canyon boils white over
the jngged rocks In Its treacherous
hed.
Larsen  was  the  on#  one   of   the
twelve  original  entrants  in  the   trip
through  the  rapl.ls,  proposed   by   ai
I Cleveland motor boat magazine, who'
did  not   ir.\fk out.    With  two entries'
left,   the   magazine  owners  withdrew
the 11000 cash pilze and the gold cup
which tbey  were to give to the winner of the tare and then the   other
competitor retired.
Lai sen Is forty-one years old and a
Line by birth, Lo has followed the
mm  for note than twenty years.
Ceveral have made attempts to run
the whirlpool rapids but few have
succeeded In getting through alive .
George   llazlet.  and  William   Potts,
coppej'8 of Buffalo, went through suc-
rcssfully in ca: Its in lS8(i; C. D. Graham,   a    Phils '.elpbia   cooper,   went
(went tbrough the rapids In a ban el
In thirty minutes.   In 18S7, Charles A.
j Percy, a   Niagara  Kails  wagonniaker.
wenl through in an airtight boat, and
Peter Nisson, a Chicago   man,   went
I through in 1900, in an open boat.
!    Perhaps the first successful attempt
5 on record to run whirlpool rapids-was
made ln 1861 by three men ln the flrst
Maid of the Midst.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
Cltv Hall, August 12. 1910.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
E        n   *'l  L V        NEW
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL ..$6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL   $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL ��5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4-50 per Bbl-
FLOUR  AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT  8TREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone SSS.
Monument for John Houeton.
Nelson, B. 6., will erect a monument to the late John Houston, newspaper editor, publicist and one of the
unique characters of the west ln the
early dayB. There are probably more
good stories told of Houston than of
any other newspaper man of hie time.
One of his great charms wae perfect
Independence ot character and fearlessness. Some landmark of thla vigorous campaigner wlll be quite fitting,
and Neleon, tbe icene ot bia activities,
ia the proper place.
For a Few Days Only
82 feet on First St., between 3rd
and 4th Ave. Best residential site
in city.   $3150, easy terms,
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City SpecUHtto
ti PAGE  EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESD4
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City News i
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If you buy your Ammunition from us, you
will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
-   ::.g on, wit     no pi
The
��� ���:.   >nt nearly   I
works are running - I    I
and are so�� bi	
���.*   '" ���-- r.    ��..-������ :���
.-
Hear Miss  Mnnn n.-   '
:.      '. . ���:   7   -:-".       ; -���   .   .
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
G. B. Barrel      -  re --. -- '      ap-
j      - ��� - -..���    .;-���-.-���:...        ��� ...   -
Ito the '-   ���   -er.
i    Mr     I 1  ��_��     |l     ol    P1fl
a.e-.  -     ....  l ������      - ���    .  . t   lay    or
a^a,i  int.   :    "  er i   " *\
i    See Pales' fun I ie    dock   before
f.r.r   5.;..  ���:������������: r- * *��� fees a] eet "
Tie  ��� . .:. .        -                                     ��� ' ~r '"
-   1 be a public feair holf&y on Ties- ;.--,   v^j; aD(j t^niifing         largest
jday aci ^tige of designs and  slices     W.  L"
week. Rales.
Tbe annual meeting of tie B. A. �� ReT;    x     Wardlaw    Taylor,    M *
I. (odety will be ieid on Kiiday even- p> _    -_as resigned  .'rt.-.  tbe pestor-
ins.  October   '    id  tie C   ;:.::.   -.:-.-��� ������    .;    cT.    S:e. Ler. i    Presbyter; .-
ber at the c*tj    t -���>. it heing his Intention to leave
...;r...-r  rj . v-��� ���- "���'���'��'"-��Eslo**  about   November   1   for
\J*     '       - *��?"  J*52L!f *���. Ont.. where be plana ta re-
rfty bi -o be held In pe Uoera! dnl ,e_    ���_   T
rooms,  above   tbe Ifeily  News  office. _,_  anj
on Tr.  -sday evening.
A concert ��":.':  be held In the Sapperton Metbodisl .. on Tbnn
. ;  ye-rs.
Davies uwlinhai1   is  the place  to
get  bouquets,   floral   designs  and   ali
ha.= great demand for thoroughly com-
pt'ent g-er.ozrapbers. You had better go to the .Modem as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
ever.ir.g session.
..���.-..       ��� ;   29.    A  gOOd  pro   ^jnd      ."       flowefs     ������ R m   ..
gram   will    be   rendered    Admission
g
2lc
All cordial.;  ir...-ed.
j     IflssM  La  ra and  Mabel Davidson
1 of Toronto, have been engaged for the
A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia  St.
Principal.
Hand Bags
New Stock Good Values
Latest Styles
The first instalment of the!
biggest and best variety of |
Hand Bags ever shown in'
this citv.   From $1.00 up.
An employee of the Salmon River
...      er company ye ster da;,    morning
-ugh:  by a logging chain while
:.airing logs out of I  e a     is. his leg
Scottis.-,  concert   in   tbe opera  house  .   .      ,.���,,���    ._,.,   .,���    r,.-       -
I       ,,,   , , being  broken  above  t'.e -      t;ie
on Weinesflav of next week. -   ,
��� i injured  man  was  carried on  an  tm-
Koiier   rink    commutation    ticketsI PfOTised stretcher to Haney, whence
now saie at Tidy's, tire florist.    Get   he was conveyed by train to the Va*
one while tbey last, %" tor .5.     **      "-���'- '���' general hospital.
The Balmorais and Maple Leafs will      Ma: or Lee and the dty cosncil will
endeavor to puii ofl a double heade.       "   " -D *ve op-ening of the provincial
[on  Satur lay  to  settle tbe    two    tl Mtloa    W. H. Keary. manager of
games wbicb tbey bave to ; ���   ���'���:���"���  "aa  written  to the  council
Intimating that  he  would be e!ad*>f
Scottish concert, October 5.    Se.to . their assistance.   Mayer Lee will rid:-
on sale a: Ryall s    :. 7 iiay, Septem-1 from the Russell hotel to the grounds
ber 30.
wltb    Premier    McBride    who
_, , ,      -.officially open the greatest show west
The engagement  is announced    of   f ,V!    .
Miss Ellen C. Baxter, third daughter. lnn'P��g- 	
of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Baxter, of '-.'. .-.- -
Quitlam, to P.  V.'.  Runacres, of this '���
city. I
Curtis Drug Store
Kodafcs and Sup,'ii'-3
Spectacles   trom 5Cc.
Phones:     ��2:     Leg    Cistance,
R��side--ce,  ~2.
Ht*   Mtestoilnster,   B   C.
7-1:
Hew and Second Hand Store
('Late Alex Speckj
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
Ihe Centnl Potr ��af<
Opp^ite  E. C. E, R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PRON4PT SERVICE
GWt 'Vi    U     TRIAL
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
,   Market Square
���    PHONE 475.
d. Mcelroy
j    Ph<>ne  R672.
623 Hamilton *t, or     , .   (
Vanetcme He.ttirifj and (PluWibjny    Co.
;    ChiirM~ey    Sweeping,    Qavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cet��
pool's, 8eptic Tank*. Etc., Etc.
bi
MUIR'S
All v.'- <.-;���   i.-aW en.jlovees will re-
eel- e tbelr monthly pay checks earlier
than   usual   in   ordei   that   they  may
have lots of money to s^end at    tbe !
exhibition.
3-a.me-. R. Duncan, forrrrerly adver-:
tising manager oi the Dalit Nov.-?. hss'
resigned to take   -;��� a  ; tb(
re.J  ���-.-.��� -.-':    ��� ��� :."     ;���-..���������.  V*- i~,'.k.i
Trust company.
Pot pi nts and '.���'-.--'-: ent flowera w.
TU} i ta   e    Phone ll;. ���*
1   ��� ������ tion tn  the     ';
, I league wi eared       In
leshibi . will
.- .- lay af
ternoon a ��� the      ���
��� ������   e the  -.;-':'.'   ������   m   ml
Say,
i    It ia prob)       ' t the         I r;rs of
"..-<.-.:    i      La -    '  .    now    on
tke coaat  will  -.~t eaten tned a",    a
;     ��� ���    at the .   ���       bote)    or,
laj  ���  entag ol  tjl    weeh
tboogb the flu       rreng<    enia are not
yei r:..
w. K. F:-l<s carries the beat aele t
ed Etrx.-.i of bouse old furnitnre In the
city and pri et      :.      rn^etltion. *���    i
Pro-.incial Coi.=.able Wilkie yefter-l
day i-tir-.u^t-.ti t...t- funeral of Bpeclal
nonstable Bamapn at Mission. S_n-
fcon dif;d on Saturday as the result, of
j. wojnJ received when his revolver
a-'i (r;:ly discharged wi,i:e he was
out hutting for KeiJ, tht Clayburn
.i.ur.c e..
The meeting of the city council
with the R (, B. K. oSldala, whicb
was to have taken place tonight, haa
heen Indefinitely postponed owing to
the lllnesH of R. H Spelling. Mayor
i^e will arrange anotlier meeting as
soon as Mr. Sperling Is sufficiently
pecovered- ,
Por carnations, sw'-et peaa and
dahlias, pbone Davies gurenhoafce.
It  JUS. *���
A body., suppoiicd to be that -<f Miss
i^sif-r Jobnabn, a young . iri who dis
appeared from    Annacti   island   on
August 17, was found floating nieat
I'.nwen Island on Sunday mornlngl
Miss Johnson Is supposed to have
pommlUed aulcide becuuejof an un-
bappy loye affair.
Don't miss t.li(- otil. lady [dpers In
Canada. Scottish concert, October ... ���
Arthur l). ('. Rowe, of Burnaby
J^ake is applying at the mining recorder's ofllce tor a waler iwrord of
one half of a cuhi foot to he diverted
from a small stie.im rising in ti'.otk
h" and flowing Into Uurnaby lake, the
water to be used for household and
Irrigation purposes.
Get. a |7 commutation ticket for $5
for the roller rink ut Tidy's, the
floilsf.   Now on sale, **
The strike of the machinists cm-
plqyed at tho Schaake machine workB
The Public
Supply Si jres
DRUG STORE
In tbe
Deane Block ,,,
i t t i .< ���
Four doors eust of the Hank et
Montreal, under the
i WestmSiister Club
nnd opposite tbe
City Market
| ��� =   ....      on ..
'       bbluirtbtk 9UNZ 4*1.
Nt*-* ?��r.��ntter. B. C.
���
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for lt and give us
your opinion. It Is sure to he
mote than favorable.    Tor
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over wltl? [erfect confidence
tlmt you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Some Special Snaps
. ������THESE  WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
i |
j      6 lota en Second street.   Excellent view.   Streets on three aldea
of thla  proper!v,    $350 each,  terms.
,   . 10  lots extending (rom First to Becond street    Thla property
1* especially well situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear
'. Prje*. .$60 each.   Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
,���' -U    a..* , ,   ���      i
��� ,   '  .'   H
F. J, HART & CO., Ltd,
���������e��eeeeeeeeeeoe��eeoeoe��ee>��o��>��a>>aeeeeeeaeeeeeese
New Madras
Curtain Muslin
l of lladraa   Car-
���_ic    Masiiaa    we    have   ���
:..   In our new I      ���
; section  -ese
I -     is y colored
:    ���    -       ***oni
-.:.:���     - ~    ' '   .     -'     I
;--���:.- ��� . and
���a bite narrow sai     ' i baa, et?..
a j: . _.. trom which to
eUMMe a *.t:       ira^e for any
��� on    of    :r:e    Louse.      Per
rard   20= ����� *V��
New Belts---
Popular Styles
50:  EACH.
r-v.e.*'   styles are  or.
���at this popular-price    for
week en.!.   T.: ���   - ���              wtag
is  n.ade               gold
tinsel, belta. black    Jet,    |.
aod colored elastic, black braid,
patent leather an: _
all colors.    Sp^fia!    this    -aee'r.
Kach    jo-
New Dresi
**-***taV*t
Trimr,
��� ..
���
a .
e
���   ..
I
'    i first i
*8
Paisley Silks
and Satins
75c Per Yard
Pa!s:ey silks ;-.n.1 satir.s are to
much in demand tbat fire ar.
nounce-rent of a price in b as
this wiU a; j eai to those who
contemplate the use cf Paisley
for waists or trimmings. A
special shipment of silks from
Iyondon brought these popular
ri.k> at the [toper price. Formerly sold at $1.������o and $:_;. Our
price now  75c
Fine Black
Broadcloth   Coatings
Cloths with a superior finish, heavy in weight, strong and adoptei n
the wear demanded in good coats or suits,  width   "������!  Inches.
German makea, per yard $1.75 to $3.00
Small, medium and larse s.'zed checks  in   weights      111 foi
dren's and women's suit and coit   re ;uiterre::t^.    Widl   I   42
Inches.    Per yard  .  :0: tn ��:::
New Kimona Cloths
In *:.e ~\'-j.-,y,e department ;.re hundreds ol new wrapperettea and f!aiireletTes In
ne* colors and deslgaa   We desire mostly to call the a'-entlon cf one and ail    to tb)
Clothe.    They arc- shown irr plain colon and neat patterns in light and dark -
Popular  prices to the Scottish con-
Icett, J6c, auc and Zi>:.   Hook seats   at
Ryall's. ��� **    I
A si ecial meeting of tbe Vancouver
board of trade is to be held in   that]
; city  tbis evening  lor tbe  purpose cr.
! discussing   tlie   euablismiieni   ot     a
bureau of transpoi tation.    As tiie mat-1
ter Is of Importance  to  West minster'
inerchants,   William   Skenfe,   societary
I of the Vancouver boaij, baa issued a'
! general invitation io the member* of'
the Westminster board to attend tha
' meeting tonight.
It ib   Bobbi  the  grpai   cumedia.i.  at,
the Scottish comeit. Krjiy a laugh. *|
The   Royal   Agilcultural  and   Indus-;
trial sofclety   realized    tlte   sutri   ol J
$l5!io.'i7 as Its share of the gate    ie-
calpta for ti.e two Minto U ip gamaa,
iTheie was 19766.60 taken in at tne
| games  and   the  expen:   s an..unit    to j
1560.25., leaving |9187Ji to be dl.ided
'between the Wcstn, Inster Lacrosse
I club and the It. A. & I. society. The
i Nationals received    $"U00,    but   they
still have to play four games for the
[ society and there Is no doubt that the
j society will lm I that lt lias made a
: good bargain.
NOTICE.
On and after October 1, 1!H0, wo,
tha undersigned, will sell coal for
cash only, either with the order or on
delivery.
GIDDKV  BROS., DTD.
JOSICPH MAVBK3,
HKDYEA   &   tb.'   mm..        rn.,-
New Westminster, Sept. . ���).
A Good Bargain
Eleven Acres, more or less, Coquitlam
$300 Per Acre
Frontage on two roads.    Cash $1200,
balance at  7   per cent.   Apply  to:-
A. G., P.O. Box 29, City.
NO AGENTS NEED APPLY
Dr. Hatherly
Eye Sight Specialist
Cures headache* : add oervoufcness
by special ground glasses. During
the etght years established-lo New
Westminster he his received hundreds of testimonials fron}. satisfied
patients. Optical parlors, Hsmley
block, 624 Columbia street.
If you want something Choice for Sundays
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and ordlr 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
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RESULTS
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