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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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Standard .-$!ake $5   Per   Montty'. \ ,
WHITE, SHILES & CT
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., \
aCDNHSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14. 1910.
price" Fivt    : :nts.
lOOHS NOT IMPRESSED
BY fORM OF NATIONALS
Frenchmen Practice at Park
-Critics Pick Flaws in
passing and Shooting.
PATRIOT WARNS AGAINST
SEPARATION OF CANADA
uewg)   Lalonde and  his  supporters
Ithe cross continent quest after the
5 ' cup put in a couple of hours
i,rd practice at Queens park yester-
& afternoon. The diversions on the
���ard W(le watched by a number of
Uusiasts who were eager to get a
Jr0| the ability and speed of the
LuiiaK Only a couple of West-
Luster players, George Rennie and
G,um|,v Spring, took positions along
ail and criticized the work ol
Keir opponents. Captain Tommy Gif-
came on the scene just as the
frenchmen were iluishlng their work-
Here's a  Good  Offer,
president Fred   J. Lynch    watched
Ibe Frenchmen closely.    Here ls what
thinks of their chances of  lifting
"1 will   bet  $600 even   money   that
���tlie cup is retained in Westminster, or
I will bet $500 to $750 that Westmln-
I Iter scores more goals in two quarters during the first match than the
Nationals BCOre du,in" ,lie entire
game."
"If they play that kind of a game
against Westminster on Saturday."
continued Mr. Lynch, "they will not
itand a ghost of a chance. That style
ol play may be all right among them-
leives' ��hen they are just practicing.
but p will not be any good when the
Minto Cup is at stake and Westmln-
Ber Ib defending It.
"We have  nothing to worry  about.
I The Beri( a is as good as won right
low." .
Alex. Turnbull s Opinion.
Old  Man  Alex.  Turnbull   expressed
Ills opinion of the Nationals to the
Ke��s In no uncertain terms. In effect
he said.
i"The challenge!s  make  a  big  mis-
Englishman   Gives   Fine   Address   Ee
fore Winnipeg Canadian Club���
"Be Wary" Is His Advice.
Winnipeg, Sept. 13.���Sir George
Doughty roused the members of the
Canadian Club in Winnipeg today by
a fine patriotic address in wllich he
sounded a warning against separation
from the rest of the empire.
"Some say that Canada might walk
alone," he said. "I hope if she ever
tries to do so she will walk warily,
and that time will be far distant, because, however much Canadians
might think they have got on. I woul I
suggest to you that the more Important you become, the more provinces
are known throughout the world for
their richness, the more certain will
foreign nations jealously look upon
you, and the more surely will they
covet what you have got. But I do
not think the time for separation will
ever come. The patriotic feeling in
Canada is too strong. You Canadians
are interested in the consolidation of
the empire in one government which
will let the people of the world tee
that Britishers are determined to be
supreme."
BALMORALS AND ALERTS
GAME CALLED IN FOURTH
SURREY MUNICIPALITY 15 PREY
TO BEVASTAIING FOREST FIRES
Houses, Barns,  Stock,  Crops,  Timber,  Mils,  Roads  and
Bridges Destroyed���White Rock Houses in  Danger-
Crescent Summer Cottages  in  Fire Zone- Great
Northern Train Service Disorganized.
GRtY SUGGESTS KEEPING    'RfJ EMULATES '
FORT GARttY AS MONUMENT    EAMOUS DR J.R1PPEN
Old   Manitoba   Landmark   Should     Be
Preserved by Nation Because of
Historical   Interest.
The same between the Alerts and
Ha.morals di 1 not go the required five
innings last night and was called by
Umpire Fred J. Lynch on account of
darkness. What there was of the
game was good, but it did not start
soon enough. When tiie ^anie was
called the Balmorals had eight runs
and the Alerts seven. It was the last
of the fourth and the Alerts were batting with two men out. but as non-
of the players could see the hall and
the game was not a fair test of the
abilities of the teams the umpire
Stopped it. The result will not count
anl the standing of the teams is the
Bame as befoie.
!������
���::���
>'���
.like in  waiting  until  they  get  right
pos     e goal    before    they    shoot,
felt's i  '  way  to get  goals, and they
��.       >   no chance of coming in so
It     win a they are checked  by the
ster   defence.   The   chances
��� e taking today Ln rushing in
I   i   lisaatrous to them in a match,
ll.-     ���   wlll  be their i wn    lo ikout
ven'l gol the western style of
w ;' all, i.-i spite of all the Btoiies
lave heard.    They  won't   win."
Where Nationals Are Weak,
e  National. . as a    team,    are    a
)  bunch of players and compare
ably  with  the  Salmon   Bellies In
and  shape.     No     line    on     their
!     cjuld     be     obtained     at     the
.cuds yesterday, for all their practice was confined to the    Immediate
ilcir.ity of the goal posts,    the    cha.-
Klgers  contenting    themselves    with
ng, checking and shooting at the
te'     1 heir passing is far from being
ol the best brand, the man catching
Ite ball having to reach out for lt   ln
ih cuses out cf ten.    In addition   to
Wring a poor eye for shooing,    the
Nnchmen do not   always   hold   thel
ball when It lands In their stick and '
unless they can show a vast Improvement by Saturday, they will not make
�� better showing than the Montreals
"hlch Is rather a harsh thing to say
C any team.
L'Heureux, the National goaltender, |
's the fat boy of the school, his >
totundlty being increase 1 by the wear-1
'tis of body guards Which make him
look the animate I centte of a dozen
WHows. Hut Mr. L'Heureux can Inter-
Pose his stick or himself between the
"ft and the ball when occasion de-
toandB He stopped sou e close-in
���hots yesterday that looked like sure
toll ��� but it remains to be seen If
'' do this when the rubber is
: ling towards him at the rate of
'ftj miles a minute live or six times
'" '<'������ seconds, He sure will have a
"ami time in that feather bed of his
on Saturday and should lose about
twenty pounds before the game ls
over.
Newsy Looks Good as Ever.
Of course Newsy  Lalonde, tne cap-
*to    I the team and the man whose
bead work has brought Les Canadiens
j" the top rung of the N. L. U. ladder this season, waB the boy who   attracted     the     attention     yesterday.
New sv js as fust as ever and bis shoot-
,a8 eye is as straight ns his arm is
���Wlft.    Newsy, from the Westminster
Poinl of view. Is the bad man on the
���Ni'tii>ui,is, and he will    have   to   be
carefully watched.
Tommy Gifford to Check  Newsy.
The task of keeping cases on    the
leaay  Newsy  has been  delegated to
"llll!>>'   Qlfford.    As    Newsy    has   a
���eputatlon to sustain and GiTord has
.,"?, "lat lle cannot afford to lose,   It
LOCAL MANUFACTURERS
WILL EXHIBIT AT FAIR
Forest fires still continue to devastate the country all around New
Westminster and although no damage
has yet resulted, the conditions aie
very serious and unless there is rain
very soon there may be a teniuie
disaster,
The municipality of Surrey is practically a seetning mars of flames.
Wherever there Is a house the.e is
generally a sufficient clearing to allow the residents some chance of
checking the flames, but in the bush
there is nothing to check the fire,
which is so extensive as almost to
defy any effort which might be made
to control it. I
Big Timber Untouched. '
A peculiar fact in connection with
the files is that the big timber on the
Yale road, practically the only valj-
able timber in the affected uistrict,
lias marvellously escaped, and the few
hundred acres that are covered by it
constitute practically the only pait of
the municipality which is not in sell
ous danger.
Bad at White Rock.
The White Rock fire, which broke
out a couple of weeks ago, sti 1 continues to be the most serious reported.    Although   no  more  houses  nave
been  destroyed any  slight change in
Ithe    wind    would wipe    out the lesl-
I denc'es of half a dozen New Westmin-
i ster people.
The customs bouse at Douglas is In
| danger.
The fire has spread about five mi'.es
j towards  Crescent  and  about four  towards   Blaine.     A   little   sti ip  of  un-
| burnt timber stands between this line
' of fire and the White Hock cottages,
but fortunately the wind is blowing
I in from the ocean and the file is
| burning   away   from   the     Louse;     ai
present.
No  Trains  on   Great   Northern.
On account of several bridges being
burned out on the main line of    the
all
had thirty  acres of Ills timber  limit
burned over and destroved.
B. C. E. R. Affected.
In so r.e sections of tlie B. C. IC. R.
line the poles are burned and the high
tension wlies are on the ground, T'.e
company is operating on a sma.l wire.
Several tiees fell across the track
yesterday afternoon, but the company
got a gang of men working and established a patiol which managed to keep
the line clear.
Road Burned.
A plank road near  Hazlemere w.is
burned out for several hund: eJ yards
yesterday afternoon.
. Business Korsaken.
I    Storekeepers, fanr.eis and mill men
have forsaken their business through
out the district to aid in fighting tlie
files.   The schools are closed and the
cnildien are ut home doing their best
to protect tlieir parents' property.
Frenchman   Loses  Stock.
In  the   vicinity  of   Whit->  Rock    a
French settler by the name of Blayel
Ottawa. Sept. 13.���The secretary of
state received today from Professor
R. W. Brock, who was with Earl
Grey's party to the far north, an
official mailed report giving a further
account of the trip. More attention
is paid to that part of the trip from
Winnipeg to Norway House. There Is
a description of St. Andrew's Locks
and of Lower Fort Garry, which his
excellency suggests should be preserved by the nation as a historical monument.
Clayburn Suspect Has Disappeared��� Man Arrested
Not Missing Husband.
The reward for the arrest of George
Reid, wanted on a charge of murdering his wife at Clayburn a week ago,
sti.l stands and the police remain
scouring the country looking for tlie
fugitive.
It was reported from Bellingham
yesterday that the wanted man had
been arrested, but the capture had ni
difficulty  in proving that ha    was    a
���a
       Mi_i_i_i_iTiTiTi_i_B 'different individual.
George Grey, a cousin of his excel-,    u ls ���le flrBt serlou8 crlme that has
lency, who was with the party, in- occllrlecl in the countrv dlsti lets since
juied his leg while struggling with a the last aBBlzea aml tlle police are de.
pike and was lame for the rest of the  terminecl to catch Hei.l if possible.   A
dozen Canadian constables and as
many American assistants ate scouring the woods on both sides of the
line, but so far their efforts have met
with no success.
The man got four or five hours start
and  evidently  made good  use of    it.
it is possible that he could have waik-
to  Mission and  boarded the  Van-
journey.
The more important portion of the
report deals with the ti ip out from
Churchill harbor, which is desci ibed
as a natural one shut in by projecting
rocky points. The run to the straits
was without incident.
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Gives  Permit for Demonstrations.
^^^_^^__ e(1     ���
Madrid,    Sept.     LL���The    Spanish  couver  train  befoie  the  alarm    was
government has authorized the  hold- sounded on the day of the murder and
ing of Catholic demonstrations in tlie in that ease there would be no clue,
principal  cities  of  Spain  in  October,  for there are so many strangers and
Cardinal  Aguirra,  primate    of  Spain,  travellers   around    Mission   Junction
  - ,has sent his blessing to the juntas, in- and so manv getting off one train and
lost his barn together with a horse, a j vltIng them t0   maintain   order   and  on another, that    unless   there    was
i-ecommen ling    the     invocation      of  something striking in his appearance
Christ or the Virgin according to the he woul.   not be noticed.
devotion of the lespective regions.      j    The only clue which seems to be in
  any way definite is the statement of
I a woman near Washington lake that
she saw a man answering Reid's de-
All   Firms Not    Occupying    Space    of
T'.ieir Own Asked to Eulk Their
Exhibits.
A combined exhibit of many of thc
small manufactures of the city \ 111
be one of the features of the pronuclei fair. The scheme, which was suggested by the Daily News last year,
has been worked up by the publicity
commissioner who desires to see the
city as we 1 represented as possible at
the exhibition.
He has written letters to all the
manufacturers and merchants of the
city asking them, lf they are not going to have an exhibit of their own,
to combine and utilize some of the
space secured by the publicity department of the city.
C. H. S. Wade has lecMved wor'
from the manager of the exhibition
that he can be afforded a space about
sixteen feet squate in the agricultural
building. The space, though not very
large, will be ample, nnd If the exhibit proves the success that It is expected to be. it will probably be set
up as a permanent exhibit In the
board of trade rooms at the city hall.
Great Northern the trains we e an
sent around by Sumas yesterday and sldepjhg the extent
v.Mc considerably deiayei No. 'JTL l!!ld ^een remarkable
due at -:50 p..n., was delayed five
hours and fifteen minutes. No. 270,
due at. (1:^5 p.m., was three hours late.
j No. liTH, due here at 9:30 p.m..   w..s
i.e i hours late.
There is a b. idge burne.l a few
miles north of Blaine. It was a vvojd-
en structure about 120 feet long and
fifty feet high, over a gully, and it
was completely destroyed
Colebrook and cloverdale a bridge
over the Serpentine was also burned.
Even if nothing else happens to   *w"
cow and some pigs _
Fire at Jubilee.
Last night a new bush flre was reported from Jubilee on the Vancouver
line of the U. C. E. R.   It was reported as being rather bad and threatened
the house of a man named    McLean.
The B. C. E. R. had men working on
it last night to keep it away from the
railroad track.   The fire is burning in
the direction of the Royal Oak hotel.
Officials Inspect.
Yesterday     afternoon     F.   J.   MacKenzie,  M.  L. A., Chief  Fire  Warden
Gladwin,   of    Vancouver,   and   John
Sproat, superintendent of roads, went
over tlie countiy In a.l automobile. On
his return last night F. J. MacKenzie
stated that theie was liar lly a part of
Suney which    was    not   ln llan.es. i
V.l.e.e ti.e-.e was ho timbsr the Ure]
burned  in  the grass  and  in  the  sod
and there was hardly a bui.ding in the
municipality safe.   He said that   co:i-
of the flies there
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ little    damage
done,    'ihe  party   will   go  out  again
uus morning aiu look over the situation.
Fraser Mills Safe.
The lire which was burning on the
other siue cf tlie Fraser mills is sti.l
blazing,   but  the   mill   men   have   the
side next the mill umler control and
Saskatchewan Bar Elects Officers.
Saskatoon, Sept. 13.���At the annual
ineeting of the Saskatchewan Bar association here this morning, the following officers were elected: President, O. S. Black. Weyburn; vice-president G. H. MeRar.ey, Saskatoon; secretary-treasurer, H. L. Jordan. Saskatoon. Regina was chosen as the next
[place of meeting.
scription in every particular board a
freight train there. But th'> woman
may have erred, for it is a well known
fact that when descriptions of a
fugitive are published far and wide,
people  have  a  strange  faculty   of  fit
ting   the   description   to
one who looks suspicious
almost  any
TROTTER SUBMITS REPORT
-  ON IMMIGRATION SUBJECT
KING COMMENDS Q. O. R.
Laborite Strong cn Criticis;n and Suj
gesiion���Port  Arthur  Man  Would
Close Bars cn Labor Day.
no  ftirtiier    damage    is    anticipated
Between tl0-�� that quarter.
At Ocean Park,
leu.      Hearing that their houses were   in
tjle danfeer at Crescent, Mayor Lee, T. S.  . ^^^ 	
line, it will take a week at least be- Annandale and J. R. Grant went down  against    exploitation.      he    severe y
foie the trains are running over the  .veslerday   afternoon,   the   train   stop-1 criticized  some  schemes of  imn.igia-
legular route.    The telegraph line is  Ping at Crescent to let them off. They  tlon  anl  emigration  followed  in  the
so out of commission. a" llttve houses theie and stayed   to | past and in the concluding portion of
Beach  Lost Barn piotect  them,  but  it  is  not  thought his report he said, in parf
Fort William, Ont., Sept. 13.���Immigration was the principal theme of
discussion at today's session of the
Trades and Labor ccng. ess. W. R.
Trotter. Winnipeg, presented a long
report on the subject in which he laid
special sti ess upon the necessity for
restriction and for the provision
he
Sends Cablegram to Earl Grey After
Receiving Detachment.
Ottawa. Sept. 13.���Kail Grey, governor-general, received yesterday the
following cablegram from his majesty
the King:
"1 have had the pleasure of reeelv-
'.ng today at Balmoral a representative detachment of the Queen's Own ��� **,
I Rifles of Canada, and of "lieai ing of
their successful work at the manoeu-
' vres. The spirit thus shown by the
Dominion is a goo 1 augury of the future of the imperial army.
(Signed)       "GEORGK R. and I."
ROAD TO PEACE RIVER.
New
British
York Capital Back of
Columbia Project.
Winnipeg, Sept. 13.���Premier Sifton
for the government of Alberta, yesterday signed plans for the Pincher
Creek, Cardston & Montana railroad,.
which will run from the International
the Peace    River
On the McLellan road ln Surrey a
a
Lis
man named Beach lost his crop and aie danger
that the property there Is in iniined!
^^^^^^^^^^ ���� vm... , boundary    line to    ....*,  .
���It should    be    understood that no Lan(jlng, 7o0 mlles north.    New York
scheme detrimental to tte_Interests of |capltal is building the railway.
BURNABY WATER MAINS
ARE LEAKING NOV/
win
thes
in
surely    be    a great    time when
'���** two  cross  stickB  on  the  owl
earnest.   Tommy says Lalonde will
!mlv Eel past, him by Jumping over h.s
'end or |||8 prostrate body.
Dulude Will Play.
I'uhaie. the inside home mini of the
'iBltoia,  who was Reported  tp    have
""lil11 a  hone In  his  right hand    a
i, ."i"1p "' weetal aR��' wa8 rlgl,t in the
">WB| nf the busy times yesterday and
ln|"K good work. The bone was only
���"��>' crushed and is not troubling
"Olude who wlll be in action on
Saturday,
The Nationals have sixteen payers,
J^"ne of whom was In uniform
���    * *n*  i ������f������' -*-* ���*
(Continued on Page Five.) n��eds
South Vancouver is not the only
municipality which is Buffering from
leaky water mains. For out in Burnaby where B small-system has been
installed as a temporary measure to
provide for the needs of the residents
-the entire system will not aggregate
six miles���IS not giving the results
that were anticipated. There are at
piesent some fifty or sixty services
hooked up With the system and most
of these are getting water all right,
but the presence of leaks in the sjs-
tem is only too plain.
I The water is obtained from a v. ell
that is owned and was at one time
I ei hv the B.C. E. R. This is located at Gilley station and the water
lis pumped from this into a tank aboul
five bundled fee. away. The; capacity
of the tank will approximate fifteen
thousand gallons, but because of the
leaks in the sides and bottom it ii
nearly impossible to keep this full
lan the pressure up to the mark The
a ns have been leaking as wei for
I the ground immediately above these
[�� rather damp, and where they have
couplings were not watertight.   Steps
have already been taken with a view
ant.   . lltk;Ils. The officials
ssSKssr-V-s
. ^i.rf  in different    sections    of the
Ss of the entire municipality.
his   barn,  but   managed   to  sav
house.
between here and Hall's Prairie
several small bridges and culverts are
burned out and it Is impossible io
i each the place by team or automobile.
Bad  at  Strawberry   Hill.
At   Strawberry   Hill  the  lesidences
of Snelling brothers and O. Flux aie
In  the centre of the  fire  zene    anj
their places are in serious danger,
Hazlemere Mill  Burned.
Hunter's mill at  Hazlemere caught
fi:e yesterday afternoon and was burned to the    ground.    Men    from    the
vicinity tiied to save    tiie mill,    but
their efforts weie fruitless.   Tne damage will amount to about $2000,   par-
tia'.ly covered by Insurance.
Morrison Family Suffers.
Misfortune seems to pursue the
Morrison family, of Hazlemere. Two
years ago the mother was brutally
murdered by a negro tramp. Since
then ill luck has visited them frequently, and now tlieir little home is
burned to the ground, none of tie
contents bein.v saved. The younger
children had been earning a little
money by picking berries this summer
and had about $20 in tlieir hank at
home '	
DECISION   OF   HAGUE
TF.'IBUNAL   STANDS
Animals   Driven   from   Woods. Canadian citizenship wi 1 be tolerated
At White Rock the flames have 'and Canadian citizenship must he held
dihen chipmunks, squirrels, grouse to include more than the Manufac
and pheasants from tbe bush an.l they  turers'    association    and    the    allied
um Oau.e.od in great numbers along  press." i        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tne snoie and wheiever the fire has James Booker, presi'ent of thei The Hague, Sept. 13.���The award of
burneJ itself out. There are hundreds Port Arthur Trades and Labor coun- the international court of arbitration
u, ue tei lined biras and animals be- cil, offered a resolution asking for In the Newfoundland fisheries case become so tame by the presence of legislation closing all bar rooms on came inevocable today with the ex-
Qanger   that  they   aie   not   afraid   t,t  Labor Day. piration of the five days allowed for
anj one approaching. an appeal without either the L'nited
Rowe's Good Work. =  States or Great Britain having enter-
W. Rowe. who was stationed by E.  T. H. Levy, Captain Mayers, J. Stew- ed a protest against the findings.
H. Sands to fight the fires at White art and E. A. Paige, all of whom own
Rock  a  couple of weens ago is  su.i  houses at White Kock, went down to
there an.l is doing good work.    Some  look over the    situation.- They    did
OFFERS   AVIATION   PRIZES..
Ln.es lie has been vwuiout assistance,
but ne nas stucK to nis post ana na .
done a lot towards saving tne ie3i-
dences at \\ hite Rock.
Subsiding Slightly.
Neil M. .Matheson, customs office;s
at Douglas, leturne^ to tne cit; lasi
lugnt. ne siai id that tne tires we.e
Lad all a.ong tne line, but showed
signs of subsiding if the wind did not
change.
Telegraphs for Supplies.
Ed.   Murchie,   who   went  to  White
Rock  yesterday to  protect his    sum-,
mer home, telegraphed In the    afternoon  that the situation was serious.
some hard work    and    will go down
again today.
Late last night it was Impossible to
get moie Information, hut tho smoke
in tne city was denser than it bad
yet been. Tie wind Wi>s from the
east and rising and It ls feared that
some serious damage was caused.
Fires Across the Line.
Paris Municipality Would Encourage
Flight to Brussels.
Paris, Sept. hi.���The municipality
of Paris proposes to offer a prize of
$20,000 to the aviator making a flight
with a passenger from Pai is to Brussels and return on occasion of tho
visit of the city council to Brussels
on September 20.
Now they have neither home he  wanted to stay  there and  asked
nor money. f��''   some   supplies.     Captain   Mayers
Houses Go at Surrey Centre. Will  go down by  boat this    morning
Two houses and a barn belonging to carrying enough provisions    to    keep
farmers weie    destroyed    at    Surrey the fighters going.
Centie.
Parr, near Clovei 'ale,
m    ����q.. ���   t, w.
Yesterday afternoon, IL Mavius, Dr.
Belling..^..., &<*���*.,  ... -*..*} c.i. pled i Fisher  May  Resign.
coac.ithm of telephone and teeg.aphi Melbourne, Sept. 13.���The loog-last-
Unes makes it Impossible to estimate ing dispute in Australian po.Lical
the exteat of the damages occasioned circles anent the selection of uie Ted-
by the forest hies tnat have sweyt eral capital Is not yet over. Li fact,
Whatcom county an.l parts cf Bl ltish a serious crisis which may lead to the
Columbia during the past th.ee nays, let.iguation or the Fish.'r ada Liistra-
The fierce gale that fanned the flames tlon has Just developed.
jesterday   afternoon   and   last   night j 	
has died away and in most places the]        BIPLANES DODGE IN  FOG.
flies  have  either  but ned  themse.ves ���      ���
out or have been driven back fioai the Two Aviators Narrowly Avert Col-
settlements, i lision in Air.
An unconfirmed report from Custer, New York, Sept. 13.���"Joe" Sey-
fourteen mlle3 noithwest of Eel lag- m0ur, in a Curtiss biplane, and "Tod'*
ham, says that thirty houses-were de- Schrlever, in the Howard Dletz bl-
stroyed theie last night. Ferndale, pinne, had an unusual expeilence
Lyndon anl Blaine a,so suffered to early to.lay when both became lost in
some extent, but it is thought these a dense fog that hung over the plains,
places are now sale. Burned culverts obscuring all objects. Both men had
and biLlgcs makes it difficult to get difficulty in getting their bearings
coulters to the scenes of the most and kept well up ln the air to prevent
serious blaze. collisions with trees and fences. tJach
Bennett's addition Just outside Bell- aeronaut was warned of the ot^e'-'s
Ingham city limits, was practically presence by the throbbing of the mo-
wlied out last night.    Eleven houses  tors, and  tliun  avoided  coliisio.i    uy
the   flames  Hying over or below each other    as
I they approached.   Seymour ma le four
long cross-country flights and Sobr.fr>
I ver made tht ce.
J. P.
���Courtesy Westminster Courier.
GOARD'8  RESIDENCE AT WHITE  ROCK.
,   t    =-  th�� finest in tV district   was completely destroyed by flre   on
This house, the ^.JM^ g�� |g ��ttBJ$Vat IG000.
wee   destrovel   befoie
could be checke l.
The city Itself Is safe.
f o<-est
Now Under Control.
Belllngham. Sept.    13.���The
flies which have been blazing atound'
Belllngham for the past few days are
cow under control.   Tbe ,'aniage will
Earth Shocks in California.
Salinas, Cal.. Sept. 13.���Two sharp
ea'thqunke shocks were tt~tt here   at
cow unun waviv.,    ,mm .�����e��� ���...  4:56 o'clock tils uioralag.    N.A dam<-
iamount to over h^lf a million dollars.'age has been reported. w
PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, septev
BER 14
Classified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE FRENCH ARMY ENGAGES
CORPORATION       OF       THE
TRICT     OF     BURNABY.
DIS-   HOBBLE    SKIRT    HEROINE
WILL    GET    SILVER
WANTED.
WANTED���A GENERAL SERVANT.
mus.   . e al le to do plain cooking.
a. ,...   -I.-. i..'. il a\ enue.
WANTED���LOAN OF $2500 ON IM-
pro\ ed citj pi oj e t; befoi e t ictober
1.   \.; Ite Box O. K., News office.
WANT1 D���A WAITRESS AT ONCE.
Premier houi.
WANTED���DRESSMAKING. GO OUT
..-   .. i   da;   cr at home. Experienced j
and i ood Bt.   32S Eightii street.
WAN IED, BY  SEP! EMBER 18, CAP-
al It   - ���   nan or i li I as gene .
able to i\n plain cooking prefei < .
Sleep home.   Api Ij  ... s. ti. S. K< ..-
iu ....    US Ei     a street.
WAX! ED - \ S IALL PURNIS1 D
house September 15 or October i.
by j - ung cou] io �� ho can ^i> e un-
i   i i   ; efei i nces.    Wi Ite    A.
\.. i are this paj er.
WAN . ED     . ��� '.        LS Tn  Bl l!.'1    A
six       i iii ed      ouse i labi r    oi  y).
Plans and  p John
[An   an,      rd ..���
G1R .3 \\ ANTED TO \V IRK IX
fr It cannerj F ot t ��   ��� ���
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Eranch Office     - Kan-.loops, B.C.
IX DEFENCE OF COAST
Bylaw    No.  S3.
CUP
New   Vork.   Sept.   13.���Mrs.   Sarah
Mimic Warfare Undertaken tc Demonstrate Result cf Hostile Force Land-
From   British   Channel.
i -{j
PORT MANN DISTRICT
STXTY ACRES in section 30, township. 	
8, prairie land.   Price $126 per acre;
one-third    cash,   balance   one   and      Grand  Villieres, France, bept.  li.���
two years. (204-A.) Ti-.o French army, with d e new auxil-
 ���.  iarj   of aviation added, began today a
THIRTY  ACRES in section 36, block practical demonstration   if what might
5 north, range l west, twenty acres be expected if a bostUe force landed
cl. ited, witu new  .vise arid luwi: cn tl ern i ol  I ie  Bri Is .
good  water.    Price ?2?0 per    acre, channel.
Ti      s     over     eighteen     months.      Th<   scene    f this year's maneuvers
(175-A.) i~ the pi.ir. of Picardy,  the old prov-
  ince in  the nor::-, of France, bordei
WHEREAS Fourth Btreet, Burnaby, King, of Brooklyn, this week will r<
being more particular^ hereinafter ceU'e a tall silver cup as the wlnnei
di rlbed, has been used as a traveled rI- tbe "100-yard hobble skirt cham-
road for several years past; and pionship of Greater .\ ��� ��� Vork."
WHEREAS doubts have arisen whetlr- \ race for the trophj was the fea-
, Jpi ', of ii. ��� said streel has ,.,,,, 0f ., .,. shore outing at North
ever been actuall) dedicated to the i ,.,.-. _. i., yesterday. The program
���   and   the    pos      sion    thereof announced   thai   "won.on   desiring   to
enter   who  were   nol   equlppe l    v, Ith
h ibble   .-kins   will   I e   h bbled   with
ropes, until thej  are full}   as uncomfortable as ii dressed In the height of ,|
fashion."
fhe  v. Inner cot ere I  the  100 yards
'SCHOOL BOOK
n
School
8
i-ested In the municipality; and
WHEREAS is Is a !'. Is ible to establish and open the said streel under
the provisions cl the- "Municipal
Clauses Act." Tl!.. I IFORE tlte municipal I ol   the n  of
was   taken.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
ah
JAPAN! .- !   Bl   i .   i AN   COOK
.: i sir. wants ]
: I. Bi
AND
;es    woman   wants   A
: i .
: ..... ���
.  city,
v .-.., .    .'.:..     . y.v
: es ironers   ar d
��� ���     .    ���
:. & Silk
y,   .
b'ock 5 �� ' on the n irth and no thwest by the
S!ev��� wliich separates the republic
fro i Great Britain and fours the Department of Somme and part ������;' Olse,
Pas de Calais and Alsn
Tl i   80,     i troops eng iged ave divided   into  opp ising       ��� es,  one. d s-
i the blui      id  repi i senting
an  Inva ling   foi ce,  b'ein    under  i
-    ol    Gi nen i    Pi     lart,    fo
n Ins i r  if war. and the i ther, the r d
e army   i under
- ��� . ind of ti' nen
Michel  has the supreme direction ���
���
.   .-      ���    nions
oU.vlxt. i theoreti
. -   \CRES cr. the Scott  road   ��� Iti In si i th    Rlvei
si: s*ew  Wet ��� Souen.    At thi
my    concentrated    m
FIFTY acres In section 32,
north, rani e 2 west, N. W. D.
s il itely the bi st subdir Idlng pro
pi sitlon In Po '���.. nn district to"
Why V The ter us are i ' e
fifth ''ash, an 1 the ball nee i rer
TEN YEARS, with Interest at 6 pei
cent. (221-A.)
TEN   acres,   being   let   6,   section   27,
n  -   i, range 2 west, N.W.D.,
on ra      Vale road     .S00 per    ere;
$25 and
the district  of Burnaby   ENACTS   as wj,|,  ,,:;]v seven  tumbles.     No
follows:
i. The streel knov n as Fourth
streel Burnaby, and b< Ing particularly described as a strip of land forty-
nine and a half feet   In  wi Ith, lying
thirty-three   (3 I   feet   n rtheast   and AU   ,.,.,,,,,,),  aIul   garbage muBt   hi
.     een and a hall toot sduthwest  ol removed   to   the   fool   ol    Sixteenth
the I    eii     er described line, that is SIU,e, ;im! Vii:th avenue, where it will
enclng at the most east- l)t, burned by the corporate n.
erly corner of lot  twenty-eight   (28), Anv person 0r  persons  who dump
group one, Si  ���  W<  I ulnster distil I garbage  or  rubbish  of  any   kind  on
for   a    distance    of    one    thousand any ,,,.,, Btreet ... avenue or on any
bundled     and     thirtj      ''��� ' ��� i.mo.   vacant   lol   or   public   propertj
- Intersec lon with w;!i   be   prosecuted   undi r   the   i ro
nue   in  lot   twenty-eigl  .  visions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
AND   EV]        HING
YOU NEED
  AT .
0REY
665���Columbia
LNew Westmi
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treet���-66a
B.C.   I
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S. .1.   PEARCE,
I.
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i      teen
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at
per cer
(22
i
I       i one,  New We       nstei   dlsl rict. By  t li dei
ALSO   a    si rip of land sixty-six feet
���   '    ":|      City Hal
rlbed	
to say i     imi n< lng  ���������
-   ��� . riding   lot   expi
Lsa
en grcuj   one (1). for
I
westerly I "Municipal (
i
eel    .   ���
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters!
Mar   I
2- i1-''   ":y
.
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enced
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10  ACRES   ii   northwest    carter    of
:
s at 7 ] er
(201-.'   i
"IVE   ACRES l  18, tov
S,    a Ni    .-.-., ;      .li
ears
LANGLEY
:   tracts    consisting   of
HIKING
room an venu
..    , . .-.
W A N     E     ���
r for l couple.
'        '   ' .
D     V  CA tPEN :'���:.;.  W.A LSH
I a -  ry.
WANTED���A  GIRL  FO .        S 1RAL
g.   Ap
plj   125   Tl Ird ' i .
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:
I
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: 175   ]
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  [Ins
Through ich    effice    at    Kam- rs to tin
: have received sorre cf the
NEW BAI
ACCC     .
Tr,
best        .    ��� ids in that vicinity. C;l'
and get particulars.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Coo'-. Ge-i. Manager.
Head  Office        -       451  Columbia St
Ne v Westminster, B. C.
Branch Off ce     -     -     Kamloops, B.C
Benl Mott,
i the s Gei and  Is
for    thi
States t
mmn FOR SALE
5 Rooms, modern, full sized I t, land in the rear.
Situated on 5th Avenue near 4th Street. Price on y
$2100.   Terms 1-2 Cash, balance to arrange.    This
must be sold within S davs. as owner leaves the citv.
GIANT    AMERICAN    FLCET
TO   GATHER   AT   NEW   YORK
P. PEI
'\*     _*\   a** f��
' rgesl
and ar-
FOR   SALE.
i LE-
r es    :.'..;
-
KENNEDY
S..::oss:
BROS..    LTD.
to Ha'e Bros. &. Kennedy,
Limif id.)
1 SALE- .      .
I       ��� -.    pedigree      Cheap.
int;:.-      ?s p   duce:     15
Colu     ia street      st   Phone L2522
FOK    SALE���TWENTY-TWO    FOOT
laun   .  In  Qret  class   condition:    a
e    ���   : r J:"   cash.   A] : ly SIS Ken-
street, New Westminster,
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
POR RENT ��� FURNISHED BED
room, 424 Third avenue.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
a) ply Ti:', Trew street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP.
ply upstairs Trapp hlock. corner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
UO..-.1 TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 Hth St.      j
TO     RENT  -���   FURNISHED     BED-
rooms.     703   Third   avenue.     Apply
after 6 p. m. or between it a. m. ancl.
5 p.  ni. at Room  14. 623 Columbia
stieet.
Over  Mercha its  3ark, Cor.
and Begbie S:s.
N'ew Westminster, B. C.
C: umbia
Phone 335
New   Y ii       Se] -       I ���The
-    '
on  river  wlll in    New
York next  week,    i ttles
...
ed
-        ���   . .- ;   .
will be in the ida tbal  Ad
miral   S ihi  . :���     ������ ng here im-
ring the i   nc nsi -
the battleship practice.
Tl e vessels will remain in the Hudson ten  days, anl   while  here   every
iiusan^TPS*-'
FOR  city,    residential    and    business
���   '- :-;:i    and    fruit    lands,
���     ���     ::ontage.  and  B.  C.  Electric  ORe of 'he men will he paid off and re
and Canadian Northern railway ter-!ceive shore ! ave.
n.inal acreage, apply to
While ashore, tlie navy department
expects every cue cf them to have a
"most  respectable good time."
KENNEDY    BROS     LTD I   About *''""���""" wili '*> v*****lhp men
n    '     , "    .    .   *' _ , *  by  paymasters.     Most   of  it   will   be
Over  Merchants   Bank,  Cor.  Columbia   8pen,   in  Ne,v  york
x��,    .and   Be9b,e   Sts. j     At the end of th(? ten d    g. libertv
New Westmineter. B. C.     Phone 335 ; ,.prir,d in New York the vessels wi(-
proceed  to their  various  home yards
;for overhauling, preparatory to beginning  the   European   cruise,  which    is
scheduled to start at Hampton Roads
ion November 1.
PORT MANN
LARGE LOTS (66x132) on Johnson
road; $200 each; $10.00 cash, $10.00
ier month.
!     W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank  Building.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room suitahle for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
NOTICE
TO   RENT.
-UNFURNISHED    FLAT
TO    RENT
modern;     applj     gl
street, above Eighth    avenue;
n :- iti a from i ar  line.
ine disposed of the management
of the New Westminster opera house
to   Mr. Vv'. N. carty. all bookings and:
Fourteenth mts will be arranged and settled: Bj
by hi
HARRY TIDY.
TO    LET���THE    BASEMENT    AND
store in the K. P. block; - ritable
for stoic rooms, Bkatlng rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For par
ticulars apply to John Forrester
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St Geor��
street, city.
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Postpones  Visit to  Canada.
London. Sept. l:;.���Right Hon. Wal-
.' ter Long, in consequence of ill health,
jis postponing liis visit to Canada.
SentJ) n Approval
To Responsib . . People
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
ar.d
RED GEM
loh* Ink Pencil
Your Choice of
Tenders for Sidewalks.
The cor] �� itlon :���   desirous of   re-
iceiving    tenders    for    concrete    Bide-
  iwalks on Alexander,    Begbie,   Lorne.
   McKenzie, Sixth. Church and    ci rrk-
L��ST. -  :. Btreets.    Plans, specifications^md
j^^r^^CT^-rCQTr^^ ParUculars   can    be obtained
,.       ' ', " '   .  '""��� BAGLE WITH  from J. W. li. Blackman    city   enel-
fA^'y   BetUI b?tTeeD    O. N. Leer.    Tenders t. he   k Ive ed ,o   he
f: ";.-;;f, tle:' !>op. | undersign^ 1 not later than flve o'clock
.'. September 19, 1910.
These
Popular
Articles
for on!'
iat'.i:;,'   .
office.
re
Ap; Ij
N'ewa
LOST���IN THE VICINITY OF ASH
street, surveyor's steel tape chain
Kinder please return to the city en-
gini er at the city hall.
LOST���A   POCKETBOOK   CONTAIN-
Ing Bum of money and clicks.
Finder return to the Royal City
Dye Works and receive reward.
LOST ���- ON    SATURDAY    AFTER-
noon, a unl I watch and chain, either
on Columbia street, or between
Third avenue and Pine street. Ke-
v.ard.    Return to Dally News office.
LOST���I.AH] KS' SII.V.-'K WATCH
with gold chain, hetween tram office and Third Btreev. Suitahle reward for returning same to D.iily
News ollice.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Si ; tember 12, 1910.
City Clerk.
CiTY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
?$8l
Applications will he received hy the
��� undersigned up to 6 p.m. of Monday
[the 19th inst.. for the position of assistant to the City Treasurer.
Applicants must be capable   stenographers and good at figures.   Salary
to commence at $06.00 per month.
W. A. DUNCAN, Cltv Clerk
City Hall, September 13, 1910.
FOUND.
FOCND���TKAM OF HOUSES. AP-
ply James Doyle. I\���nitmtiury Row.
If not called fur in fourteen Bays
will 1 e sold to defray expenses.
I New
.Fall
Suit
Is
I Here
.
a
bank ai ���
i ronto
their
ing organ
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: :i
"^���'siness Accounts opened
(j-  ravorable  terms.   ::', ::
INCORPORATED_1855
ASSETS   $.S,COO.O0O
NEW    WESTMINSTE   ,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Sfcet
B.  C.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
Ths
Ac-
I
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURE"'''"'���
Triple  screw.   \*i,s**'   ton*
S.S. MEGAN i .��-_
Twin    *crew,     H��00   ton*.
largest   and    most   modern.
commodation  equal  to any crowing   the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Appiy ����
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Just the time for a New Suit!
Your old ore is getting to look shabby. Our stock
of  Fall  Suits and   Overcoats  is  complete.
New   Patterns,   New  Styles.
I
Furniture Made to   '���' ���   ���   u;-n
Furniture Rei
Woodwork nf All ;
39  Alexander  St.
i.u.i.-.i. .   j a
Brer? pen guaranteed
full 11 Kt. m.i;,i Go a���cut
pu nglil hand may be ha '.
"������<> a Opaque paticrn. ci
Noo-breakable Tr^n-pai
t nt, ai dc^irrl!. either n
plain or eneravctt Uuiih
a�� ine.'erted. '
t   v    nn I-, iij, ,^.n , w^,
M ��0 '��� II 'lllllm:,Ki,l.
a Wllrr .rl,. i, ,|���n ,.,a )n ,
**l* !-r th.h mi] , ., .,i,.
" I il nr/ otl^r . ��k��, if ,
* .��t.if��cl.,rT In *���*���, ���
��� I ������ t t***J* It . i J n�� .ii| M
)"u|l .JiotiU
r- o�� I i.t I, oT,r(^,���,,nJ '
r.P,,i.r B.: Oa l���a r��ncii.  ���
, .u.|lr<�� .... pIMtUhMBBk, _al
:��   f..,i.4   ,i,   an]   1k.i.i   ,.   ,, I
,.*���** o:  ih..PI|r, \.at. ��iil��, >ll
����r   an.:, ax Snataaih.   rial. I
'���"���n    taptlat)   ImA.   rn-.liunjl
i i     .1,. I Taku -~1 tuk'^Tf
��� -     I��t.   Ml.   flr.iih.      llrli.!
nujalmi  (at I. Ml     tnau
wanul ��r!u(nrl��-ml. .11
U"*      Inl ,ju (urt.t '    AtA,���,
["Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
M*,eillc Bldg..
Detroit. nioa.
The cut here produced shows our new Model 10,
Type Y.    A very fashionable suit for   a
young or middle aged man.
Prices in 20th Century Suits $20.00 to $32.50
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
ft  Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
i Central Meat Market
BOWELL &  ODDV
j    er-(th    Ave'1"'1
Corner   Eighth   St. and   Finn
PHONE  3:0.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow
pres*
Pre.
Mrs. E. M. Dommy.
'near The Dally News Co.. 609 vi
Street.
I
Try   a   "WANT"  ad  In  TN
It will bring results.
~-a.1t*
m*m Ivy.dne
SDAv', SEPTEMBER 14, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THBEB.
��k of Montreal
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
rSTABLISHED 1817.
ami Mexico City
kin?    business    transacted
A  general
Let-
"nf^Credit Issuen.   available   with
Irlespondents iu   all    parts of    the
Ic vinga Bank Department��� Deposits
L  bed  i'i   Slims  ��*  ?1  aud ul,Wa'd,
fYmterest allowei at 3 per cent, per
tniiin (present rate).
fTotiil Assets  over  $186,000,000.00
LEVy WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
SETTLERS CANNOT
SECURE FREE LAND
First   Circuit.
Alberni
Nanaimo
Comox
Cowichan
Sept. ll and ir.
Sept. 10 ami 17
Sept. 2:: and 23
Sept. 2.', and 24
Australia Handicapped By
Not Being Able to Offer
Enough Inducements.
Westminster
ransf er Co,
LlCce 'PMne IM.     Barn 'Pfcoue IS?
T Columbia Street.
L,j,  i      delivered    promptly   te
any part of the city.
jght and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
IGardiner & Gardiner
iF, G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
loom 6   Westminster Trust Building
f       New Westminster, B. C.
���hone 661 Residence Phone  133
I he Islands  Se\d. 21
Victoria       sept. 2; to Oct."l
N.  ami   S.  Saanich Oct. 7 and 8
Se;ond   Circuit.
Coquitlam      sept. 20
Maple   Ridge Sept. 21 and 22!
Mission       Sept. 23 I
Agassiz        Sept. 27 and 28
Chilliwack
 Sept. 20, 21 and
Third    Circuit.
Nicola
Sept. 13 and 14
Armstrong      Sept. 22 and 23
Vernon
.Sept. 15 to 17
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
Ll Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial Block
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER-
I Gold Watc'aes tor Ladles from |12./5
�����
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
K.00. .
Silver Watches, Bents' open    case,
(7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and     Klgin
(Tatch.-a.
^'atch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
JT10 Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Kamloops       Sept. 2S to 20
Kelowna       Sept. 29 and 21
Salmon   Arm    -. .-.Sept. 23 and 24
Summerland       Oct. 17 and 18
1
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey       Sept. 27
I.angloy       S^pt. 28
Kbume     Sept. 2S and 30
Ladner      Sept. 23 and 24 ,
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
��� RAILWAY CO.
PALMER
1 .ASOLINE ENGINES
K   to  25   II.   P.
2 and 4 Cyele.
I
|| Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
Train Service New
Westminster
Departures.
5:43���1*o Seattle, Port Moody, Bar-
nett and Vancouver.
8:00���To Vancouver,
9:16���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancouver and  local  points.
15:95���To St. Paul, Kootenay points
and Sumas. 1
16:45���To    Vancouver      and    local1
points. Agassiz and local points.
19:35���To Montreal and    Okanagan
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
7:43���From    Montreal,    Vancouver,
Port  Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul,    Okanagan
Kootenay and Sumas.
lu: IS���From     Agassiz.     Vancouver
and local points.
1H:15���From  Vancouver.
18:45���From     Vancouver,      Seatt'e
and local points.
20:40���Fiom Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal    and    Nicola
points.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
iH.  C.   B.   FOSTER, A. G.  P.  A., Van
couver.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New Sternwheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK [
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Com-
lany's wharf, New Westminster, with
Ipassingeis and freight ns follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
1 Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. tn.
jejs ChlUlwac^ Wednesday, Fij.
I Jay and Suttfiiy ePTt. 'f!   * "^
'irst Class Passenger Accommodation
I ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Ws&ttninster.
Edmonton, Sept. 13.���On a tour of
the British possessions, taking in Aus-���
tralia and New Zealand and coming
to Canada by way of Vancouver, G. V. .
Cox. a native of the south of Kngland j
arrived in tlie city from the south.onj
Wednesday. Mr. Cox came to Canada,
from Australia where he has spent \
the past year.
Speaking of a dispatch  which   ap-
peare 1 in tlie press a few days ago.
stating  that   Premier  Fisher   had  announced the intention of the government to build a transcontinental ral.
way through Australia, Mr. Cox stated
that  this  was a  part,  of the   govern-j
ment's  policy  to open  up the  unset-1
tied   portion   of  northern    Australia, i
The   railroad   would   cross   the  continent  from south to north and a line'
of   steamships   would  be   established
from the  northern   terminus   of   the:
road   communicating   with   ports   cf 1
other British possessions.
The  building  of the  railway   wou.d
open   up  northern   Australia   Just  a3
the building of the Canadian  Trans-:
continentals    have    01 one ,1    up    the!
prairie provinces of Canada, and British Columbia. I
In   answer   to    an    Inquiry    as    to!
whether Australia is getting a share j
of   immigration   from   Great   Britain
proportionate with that which is coming  to  Canada   from   British   shores,
Mr. Cox stated that Australia has not;
the  inducement to  offer   the   settler!
that Canada has.    The farming land
there  has  practically  all  fallen   into j
th"   bands   of   squatters    and    conse-1
quently there is no free land to offer
as  an   inducement   for   immigration.
The  ^reat distance  from  England  to
Australia   is   anothei    factor   which i
tends to diminish the number of set-1
tiers   who  decid?   to   make   it    their
home.
"The policy of the labor party wliich
is now in power in Australia with
Premier Fisher at its head is to or en 1
up the land for settlement as far as .
possible, but the carrying out of tha
policy will necessitate the purchase
of the lan.l from Its present owners,
the sheep and cattle men. and the
settlers will in turn have to purchase
it from the government said Mr. Cr.x.
He compared the situation to that existing in Western Canada where the
speculator has purchased large tracts
of land in the vicinity of the new ia'.l-
way lines through the country and is
hoi.1.lng it fer higher prices.
Speaking of what he had seen of
Western Canada on this his first trip
through" the Dominion, Mr, Cox s; .te!
that what impressed him most about
'the west was the vast extent of
prairie land lying ready for the plow.
This presented a marked contrast to
what he had seen In Australia, whfite
the greater part cf the wild land is
h avily  wooded.
Mrs. H. G. Moore has pleasure in
announcing that she will have her
Fall   Showing   of  New Millinery
Today and Thursday*
Tke exhibit represents the hest efforts of the Leading Designers, and
accurately depicts only the newest
and most fashionable vogues
HARRIET G. MOORE
548 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B, C.
^���ymnr'-gyrar-Bs^saap^g_&____-igsaBmarearaKicae.;g.:l-\._;_t_L_ *______&
WALSH SASC
& DOOR CO.
W. B. Walsh      W, E. Walsh, Jr.
Factory, 226 14th St.
New Westminster,  B.C.
Phone 413.
We  make  a   specialty  of  flr
doors, steamed and ltUa dried.
s_   aflawe
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon  and   Sixth  St.   New
Westminster II. C, Phone 354,
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$16 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY CO.
Commencing Sunday, Ajigust 21, the
train for Kootenay, St. Paul and Chi-
c"|!i> will leave ut 15:05 Instead of
16:25.
1'assengers for Port Moody and
Bsrnel can leave at 16:45 and arrive
at Port Moody at 18:27. Ed. Goulet.
��Kent. ������
c. p. r. a:;nual report.
Pamphlet    Cont-ins    Figures    Setting   !3
Forth Yeir's Business. ������
Winnipeg, Sept. 13.���The annual report of the C.  P.  It. just  issued    in
pamphlet form, contains soni" figures
which have not hitherto been published.    The working expense of the year j
amounted to 64.38  per cent,  of    the
gross earnings and  in  the net  earn-
ings  to  33.02  per  cent,  as  compared |
with 60.H2 an I 30.08 per eent. respec-1
tively in 1909,    Sales of agricultural'
land during the j ear aggregated 975,-
030 acres for   $14,468,664,   heing   an
average of fu,8i \_-- aci 6.   Ir.lgited
���*���*���* bought $26.59 per acre, so that
the average of the balance was $12.78.
The  conjpany   will  expend   $8.50(1,000
on the Eastern section of tho ir.lga-
tion block to provide water, tlie woijs
to extend over three years.    Out   ot
the total earnings for  lhe    year    cf
$94 089,49Q. passengers  brought     .24.
812,020;  freight $60,158,887:    sleeiiag
cars,    express,    etc..    $9 226,636    and I
mails $791,745.   The number of   pcB-|||
setters carried was H.1S2.S91 against
9,784,350  a  year  previous.    Tons    of
freight carried Jumped in a voir from]
16 649,616 to _0,661,368 tons.
Results or a Jolly
7
7
7
7
DIES IN JAIL CATH TU3.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson Blk.
Phone 388
ea
Prisoner Has Attack of Heart Dise-se
or Apoplexy.
Klleiisburg. Wash.. Sept. 13.���H. P.
Hicks, of Cle F.lum, died In the b th
tub at the county Jail shortly after
noon yesterday. Doctors state that
'eath was due either to heart failure
or apoplexy. One of the Jailers
watched the old man get Into the tub
and start scrubbing, but was called to
the telephone. He had not been
gone two minutes when the pi Hone-s
said something was wrong in the old
man's cell. On entering he found hi i
dead In the tub, with his face partly
covered.
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple l**mt
Label)
** wln��n| tot l.Tor ertrj 4ay.   Out MMM UMJM J.s ��jj**i
P'ttSaMla; one.   The m. tt W��tH*u> and Butritiens ol be��erag
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
FANATICS   TAKEN   FROM
BAPTISM    TO    PRISON
Chicago, Sept. 13���Six men. claiming to be members of a Persian re-
Ugious cult, were arrested yesterday
by the police while they, wilh about
forty men ami women were holding
services in the waters of Lake Miehl
gan Services wee hell ln the water
nt the foot of Diversey boulevard and
attracted the attention of churchgoers, ���   .      ,    ,
Police were notified of trie singing
and shouting of the cultists. They arrived to see women and men lowered
Into water up to their necks. \V> en
tbe pollce tried to break up the ser-
vices  leaders of the   cult   protested
loudly. ���'.''������ .
In their cells the prfsones renewed
their unfinished services, each member preaching In turn.
The keystone of success in business is
judicious and consistent advertising.
The hard headed business man knows
what mediums to employ to make his
business better known���He uses the
columns of the daily paper, preferably
the morning newspaper.
The more easy going business man���the
man who likes being ''jollied along"���
gives out liis advertising to the smooth
tongued peddlar of bubble publicity
schemes.
One man gets results; the other gets a
"jolly". Where do you belong, Mr.
Merchant ?
The - Daily - News
Westminster's   Morning   Paper
^> If
r*
PACE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. SEPTEl/
BER14
The Daily News
Published hy The Dally -News Publish
lng Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKen le   and    Victoria
Streets.
t. A.  Page Manar.tng   Director
- long    iii; .-.     restion for dis-
< g those '
te i the ti a inl young as
to th<     ��� ��� -   ui   -.:   ������
;. - r primary schi    s should
dire   ��� .   .     i strong leaning
nowaday: -   ��� Is        ��� :: as
the educations ; roi Isi in
i-:' step; ing  fi i   ��� to the
si school and      en
..: Generall, the
al       nd desi     of mos    pari
education  that  thei �����������-
THREE NEWLY ERECTED HOUSES
on Edmonds Street, each cn cleared lots and fenced,
water,  electric  light.   5c  r;>.v  fare.     From  $2.000  \
to $2.200.     Apply  to
Walker Bro��e
EDMONDS   STATION
Contlt   el      rrlve daily, ma raze additions to cur select stock of ready-to-w
e at ��������� \ ortlon for this               ent ain '.��� -
lng us to dlsplaj  to bi ttet advantagi         ��� ectl m. We Invlt
the new 'styles. ���our i     Is      d ] I   ���   ��� ���            even I
.   h*             . and see what thi to b<     We recelvi
i large portion of I         elng dlrecl ���              ...         i   ������
by the end ef the week, r
ui;-   ���
.   ���        i
.
-^!). ft
AflF
'���Pflr.cc; Rupert"  nnd  "Prince  George"
3,500   Tons���o20   Fee*.   Long���'.&��� 2   Knots
:.'       ..      Mondays    nd Fridays       11:1
...   P    ice P.u:e -..
Leave Vai - lays
....  Victoria and Seattle.
SS. "Prince Albert"  eaves 1 Sundays ar
Wi Ines da -     i  Stewart; .>  ; :���  v?ss:;
p.m. T      i . Skidegate, C'ecn Charlotte City. Lockport. Jed^ay
and  Ikeda.
Solid wide vestibule trains or coaches snd sleeping cars between
Chicsgo. Detroit. London. Hami ton, Niagara Falls, New Ycrk, Toronto. Montreal, Portland. Ecsm-i. er.:. Longest douoie trac-. ra. way
under  one  manageTent  on   the A-rerican  continent.
;'     rates   :;       table ets and fu passenger or
fre!_  t. applj
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE.
Cit;   P ���-������- Tl ket Ai  nt. C aunt Agent.
Te ephone  "00. 5:"   Granville  Street. Te er"?-e  3030.
GENERAL   AGENCY.  TRANSATLANTIC  STEAMSHIP  LINES.
j
. ' ���
at. Ing   i
chi     ei ���     ��� particularly fo:
ei
���
: [rea
son.     .. sa; -:
"Tl e     curl iculu        ��� '        ���
should some bearing       >n a::;!
:..' ent csgm     ace of the oc-
I Ire   ; i ��� ; .i .    the   .
tri* s ,.:i l's   ph   proj    ts in the s    ���
; . - 3 situated. II
:. I lives  .:.  a   .   iit-gri       -.   dis-
;  .     sp<   lai  attenti n sh iul I    ���     lv-
articular     idustry in
partlcu        sel Gl   Int lllgent y
���   ���   ���     ed nol    nly 1     a the 1   let
natun
;   .. ���       1 side of   g ..:..: -    ..
 , ���������_
r'RIVFT MFFTIVfiS AHF
te  th. -    :    ��� i~*i�� the east-.
�� There are a DCU Mf [)   IT   f|TT AU i
.?  :a::r: class education.    It Nova Scotia, Xew  Brunswick. Prince
THE   NEW   COATS
coats ain    y.    Many wl i Inspi
.   ���
.-���'������
lels with braided . lain
���
Suits To Suit All Tastes
Everything thai to be found ir siest
1. Chevlol       ; I ���  ���       I fai ��� . ���
v.- -..; ladles.   Ti.>. rs li seas
lngs ol ety.   Sl inning n odi
sited ai i tectr priced  from.	
���.   =   .:
raining for doctors, law- Edward Isiand and  Ontario to which ���                       "
.sore of e attached from em       es Business Accumulated    During    Sum
tions of ��         ��� I     . ' .:-      ~.- -      -           -                    '-���         mer Must    Ee   Cleared    Before
Is foi e, tree                              e to the            Le; , ..i!n ,s cons.dered.
.   -. .            ning 1      the fanner, the espectlve places is raised, cared for                              	
I   u -    ar.     ". ���    lai    man and the ar- and res le I by the children under the
.   .            ,           _,   .     - .. Ottawa   Sepl   1   ���Ca  Inet t eetlngs
I .  -                                                              re of I      teachers.    Each of these ,                 ,     .
��� were resumed I   laj    nd will continue
T  - ::esent day cry la   rack to tbe school ear'ens cr school farms takes ;.   ....    ,.,.,.   iDtervala   until   the    g^
land.' and we need a course of Btudy the place for a model or experimental  bi0nal  program  shall  have  been    ar-
-    i   nol  oni.-   keep  people  on   farm  for the  section  in  which   it   la   ranged.    The    summer    accumulation
the  land,  but  will   bring  those   who Placed. In fact, in some of the schools cf arrf;irs *"<*��� as it  happens, has
.���    .  .    . .   .        ,,-v.i    net  been  verv serious this vear, will
have left  it  back  to  it.      Too   much   scientific dairying is carried on. W hile ' '      *
be firs: clearei up and then the legis-
time is spent on Latin roots an.l too  British Columbia is joined to her idols   Mon ^rogram w be ,a,d before par.
little on the roots which nourish and the  dead  languages,  which  only  the iiament will be considered.
sustain life.    Some there are who say  deai   liave  time to  learn,   the   other      The recess has    not    been one    of
this    lew is of the earth, earthy, base-  provinces of the Dominion are  work-  general relaxation for the cabinet. Sir
ly  utilitarian, and  loses  sight  of cal-  ing out the details of a national sys- P���*"  laurier.  Hon. George P. Gra-
iham and Hon.    William    Templeman
tuie   ;-s   th->   ereat   enrl   and   nh'ect   of   'em of rural education. 1. , , . ...
luie ���.*>  me   gre<u  eua  <ina  ooject  oi have    been    busy    m  the    West    on
education.    Xo education  which  will      "The    educational    authorities    in a political mission; Hon. A. P. Ayles-
... . , 'j,:.;-., r-r.inmMa   n-hon ,ha c-nom t~  worth   has  been   occupied   with    The
induce the growing boy.properly lm- British Columbia, when the system to g^ arMtration andPhas not yet le.
bued with the dignity of honest labor  critized adversely   usually   point   out'turned;    the    postmasrer-general      is
to take an  Intelligent  loving interest   ��*��> celling pride the record of our W^ In a representative capacity    to
south Africa, the minister of labor is
in the principal industry cf his com- students at McGill and Toronto   unl- on an official c mmission  to Europe.
to understand it in all its de-  rersiUes!     Such   records   only    show  The     departmental     arrears     consist
principally   in   the   formal   completion
tails,  to  love  and  to   Btudj    mot!       '--���'   we have some of the very best   n- appointments,  most  of  the  public
ean    ��� ��� ������     sly and  material in this province, and we wish   works  and  railway  contracts   having
been   duly   awarded   during   the   holi-
-,-.. directed    labor'   broaden our system ofeducation so days.
 ed, can be  Baid  I    '    ' -���      '    rds may not be confined     Perhaps the most    Important    subject to be dealt with will be the    In-
 nts of the beet j i        ��lcs and n      ���     tics alone hot jvttaUon of the Unlti     States   luthoii-
.. ��� _  -,  .   |        ���.        .    . e every line and avenue of !'es to a resumption    of    reciprocity
,  ,      , negotiations.   W'irh the parliamentary
���������;���'���     ���   -��� ���'      '- Kge^ed by the va-   .       . ed for about the   middle
the sources    raiting   levi        ���      of November and   the   congressional
elections  on  the other     side    taking
Is no e- ���        ent, the  phai -       My endowed province. Our place on November 8. there is    very
.   le probability of a practical stage
of rural educa ��� ,r.-  i en and women if we provide  being reached, bul it is go d guessing
:       ^letter, and to which the*adequate   ed     ttonal    facilities    wj , '^ '" view of .l.e fact tha- t>
I'LViii  wiil  be    fought    on    the tariff
department of education in this piov- grow and develop like our   firs   and ���"*!    preliminaries    for    reciprocity
negotiations  will  he  in evidence dur-
Ince hae shown '..-. I       LndiSei   nl   if cedars. ing October.
Busy Days in the Dress   Goods   Section
Ind no wonder, th<          ��� rtment afl          In I        -  and                            enl
I istidl                     .       '      - esses our stock of navy Sergi                    iti            not  "    '
F     ladies' suits at esses wi     ive the largest
les in the   city, ���       lng   or   aften
.;   -   ar. I  V .'������ i an tive on account of their distinctiveness     Inspect
I er yard 	
���
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I
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CORPORATION    OF   THE   CITY    OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER.   B.    C.
Tenders   for   Sewer   Construction.
The corporation is desirous of receiving tenders for tlie laying an i
construction of about ten iltu miles
of sewers on the Eighth street sew> r-
ape system in the city of New Westminster. Further particulars and
plans can be obtained from J. W". H
Blackman. city engineer.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to five o'clock p. m. of
the iinth inst.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
W.  A.   DUNCAN.
City   Clerk.
City hall. September 10, 1910.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������.���.������.������������Ml
! STORE, BANK Cf TTIMr> C
: AND   OFFICE TI 1 I I-NUj
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
LAND   ACT.
New Westminster Land  District.    District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile northeast from ths
head of Billings bay. and abort 4o
chain* easterly from the suir
corne" of timber lot number 87341
tlience north 40 chains, thence east
4u chains, thence south 40 cliains.
thence west 40 chains to poinl of
commencement, containing l'iu acres
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1 n 10.
[   Westminster Woodworking Co.
��� J.  BROOKE8,  Proprietor
��� WORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and   Cerline. PHONE **3
��� ��������������������������������������������*�������������������������** *************************
******************* ***************+**********,**>******,
1    JEWELRY
J Our stock of jewelry In Gold, Silver  and  Gold  Plated  U  tha most
���    complete ever shown In Westminster.    Call and be ck-.:*.-
I Chamberlin's
ADVERTISE   IN  THE   DAILY   NEWS
THE
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    JE\M!LER
: Agents for the Howard, Ball, Longines and   Hamilton  Wat:"!!-
Official time inspector for C. P. By-
******************************************* *********
CHILLIWACK.
Devastation   By   Fire
Chilliwack. B.C., Feb. 10, 1900.
Messrs. White. Shiles & Co.
Gentlemen.���I am enclosing receipts
for the amount of our insurance,
i-" 500.00) in full on the Steamer J.
P. Douglas, which was destroyed by
fire last month, and wish to thank
you and the Companies, (Phenlx and
Connecticut) for the \ery satisfactory manner you sc-uled our loss. . . .
Yours faithfully,
(Signe.il    A. E. YATES, Mgr.
WHITE   ROCK.   B.C.
Sept.  12.  1010.
White. Shiles & Co.
The fire here extends from the C.
N. R. utation tor about four miles.
Store nnd five residence* borne,1 ir>.
mill and Ocean Park property in dan-
(Signed)
ROBERT  ROE.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET       NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
September IC, 1910.
Messrs.  White. Shiles &  Co.,
Gentlemen. ��� Please accept my
thanks for your exceedingly prompt
settlement of my flre insurance claim
in connection with the.fire that took
place at mv ofTtce last night.
(Signed)    RICHARD G.  DINGLE.
BURNABY.
Burnaby.  B.C ,  S
Messrs.  White. Shiles it-  Ca
Gentlemen.���I beg    to ack
receipt of your cheque for V v
full settlement of my claim and*
I
������
Connecticut   Flre   Company's
nron my dwelling and contents
e 1 August 26th.
Please accept  my thanks for
prompt and satisfactory settlement
this claim.
Sincerely yours. vT-,v
(Sgd.)     GEORGE   EVERY-CI-U H-
Vk LEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORT NEWSJjj^THE DAY
[Expert Opinions on Coming Minto Cup Games
Printed in Today's Eastern Newspapers
mt,**   ***********   *
9 *
Westminster Sanguine.
.,, lay's Toronto Globe.)
, Westminsti r, B.C., Sept.
, cial  to the Globe.)���
\g practiced  here    this
, 0n.    On form and  style
locals    concede'   chai-
no chance.    Unllmite.l
: iiisier money   ready   1 0
champions.
���
V.-'Vv:.' xr-c t" ���	
a permltte 1 to publish
the following *
him  to  La   Presse
"1
grounds
f!"pa         ^   '���"�� to i.a msse ���
terday evening; J
tra   wiring  you   from   the    very'I
where   nexl    Saturday   the *
Minto Cup dispute  will begin.    West
:    ' i  is some ten n lies trom Van
��� i arfa is reached bj
or trolley.
" rhe National leani Btarted righl af
��� ter lunch ta have their hist practice
******************* ' :i :' - Beld, where the flrsl champ!
  Ip   "i   the   world   garni
place,   'i   .
exception thai  tnere is
rail, Bteamer
Westminster Cocksure.
(Today's Toronto World.)
New Westminster B.C., Sept,
13.���(Special to World.)- -Alter
seeing Nationals practice here
today Westminster sanguine of
easy victory. Challengers'
tactics easy meat iur Salmon
Bellies. Frenchmen hopeful.
Westminster cocksure.
[locals Not Impressed
By Form of Nationals
This give- the visiters an
.   over the cup defenders, aa
ter has only  fourteen  men,
plon-
will     lake
campus is line, with the
a  grade    of
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��� ���' ���'��� ^ to ei -i.i. feel between the   two
goals.
"All om- men were oul at practice
and for a couple ol hours the heme
worked  like Trojans against    the d
������    Jack Laviolfette did s une gooj
work al inside home and it is probable
a shape to step oul on   the ;,il''K  _ln ''ePlace Dussaull    tor    the
low and Ton, Rem e be     ;s!' championship game,
medical ca.es al  presenl "'I' "''"'��� although the men must
New Turf on Field. ,|:' '  after  their long  trip,  was
the     Nationals    arrived    at   ^f1   *nd  ""'  '"'-v's  Beem  ,ll,ii"    deter-
r.���-k they  Baw   a  n i   bt ;        ' '" |:     thl     ' ���  "'"*��� lives.
uniform al   work,  with  their ��m   : '::" "   :    ��.r    ':' '    "    being
landing  guard    over    them "."'"  !"   '""   wltl> ""'' " *<*
:.,;���.  suspicion thai    this "' u' rapid, entertain the home with
the Westminster    lacn    e  ' the defence rU ��'
dispelled  ��hen  th< y  were
ll   i:   ��as  i he  chain   gan ;
NATIONALS WILL PLAY AT
PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION
Frenchmen   Sign   Agreement   to   Play
Four  Games with   Vancouver
and   New Westminster.
After   prob qi e I    dickering    at    a
meeting   yesterday   between   the  ofli-
i lai ��� lie  R.  A.  .v:   I.  society, Con
Jones,   representing   the   Vancouver
I.acros.-c club, and representatives of
the  .Nationals and  New  Westminster
the ball
"After tbi iich was gen-
portion of the ground's In  ' l'"'1''"'���   :,llmu':1  by    the Westminster  Lacrosse cluh. the exhibition officials
have it in the best ol D.^ome^members of the executive, managed    to   secure   an   agreement
:��� larantei lng them four games of la-
crosse
The Nationals agree to play four
games under It. A. & I. auspices, and
Vancouver and New Westminster two
Team  Is  in Good Shape
Nine hundred  feet '  '   ' '   ,       *���  ' '     '��� manager
���     lai! and  all   thai    Is ��   '':" tfaKm; Fi'eAd,/' L>'"'!:- "" -'
,   u,.-   roller   to rei ��" the club and Alderman A. W.Gray,
i  iwn  to    bill! ill, entertained    the    directors    of    the
lonais and myseli at their (dub.
��� 'i i ese gentlemen  promised  us
to the ' '/' l!":" ;""' rair P'a>' and ������" Md
ild th.   playi     were in  ;ood "'     '.   f!'  ln    "   ,,1'"'    "'. ,afsurs
I had not felt a.       ill l!,"!,.'1 lna'    ,we *e��� beaten fairly we
a    resull    ol    the   train 'Vl '       "   :'1"1  **��� back
��r.    Lecoun    admitted    ll ,,"''l.' wl'hnno   ,1'eeins'I   ���
urprlse him |  ,.   Personally   I   firmly    believe    the
. win the cup. "V  ona,ls ",1:  :        '     ,1!   treatm*n
White remarked that .'   "" ha��dB "' ,the ll0m    team'   But|
each. The games will not Interfere
with the Minto Cup matchi -.
The first of the series will be play.
ed hetween the Nationals an 1 Vance i\ er -ni Oi tober 1. thn i days befoie the exhibition, and the others
will be played on dates to lie arranged
by the R. A. & 1. society.
What terms the managers of the ex-
ler white remarked that  , ., .,. ,        , ., ���     *���.*- ......... ���-���-���" -���- ���������
e en were suite in.   from 8    ac      "' cup' we have|hibltion offered to the Nationals f<
Ids,  but   this  trifle   will   n it
to win it and it will not be an   easy
job.
Team Back to Vancouver. "I have secured    Information    con-
���     the   worknu,    ,he   Natlonals cerning the Westminster team    They
- to Vancouver, where thej   are. a"tronfg; beav* :""1  !"apid ,l'T
Ing their headquarters al the :"1'1 wl 1.l."��l leave the """"���' s" with"
.    hotel.    The officials and 0U'^ta^adMp"ato���Btet"^   ,
e, managing   editor of    La       A,,or ""' ���"'"''"���''    tl,e    Na","ul
- t   Mom real, i emained in the
team returned    to    Vancouver.    Th.
their services is not known, bul it
must be substantial, for no professional lacrosse team is playing'four
games of lacrosse In one week jusi Eor
the sport of it.
Owing to the arrangements made, I
the Nationals' games with Vancouver!
in Vancouver, have heen cancelled.
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B.C. Mills
Timher  and  Trading   Co.
f  Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal^City Planing Mills Branch
Long  Distance Cold Feet.
Nationals will leave from the Windsor  station  at   10:30 o'clock  for tlieir
ui   .miiiieai,   letiiaineu   in   mc .,,   .   ,         ,
discuss details concerning the ,R'M  >in"".'"  w111  *���*�� pl\f tomor
Ing games with the officials ro*    f;1"1,,u     on     the   Vancouvei
cal club grounds.                                                 ,   .            ...
ie talk at the conclave raeed "Con ���'"'"'"' general manager of the trip to the coast in quest of the Minto
the Drice of admittance to   the Vancouver team' baa (,ono everything  Cup.    A  grand send-off is being pre-
, ���    'ri,��� v,h������ i'    ; i   i ,1 possible to make things   smooth   for pared for the chattpions. ln the mean?
iis.    itie Nationals wished the r     .���   ���            ,          ,,     .                       .,               ,,   . .
i be flftj cenl    while the local ��              during Hun- stay here.   He time, however, it appears that from a
tod out'fo,- twenty-flve cents, attended the practice this aJternoon.    [couple of thousand miles ajva.   New
dollar being charged for seat  ' UNL E' j^xMl mins er are conuacting a rathor
e  in   the grandstand and on ' 7     . seveie  attack of that  dead  maladv
iporary stand. The challengers Leave Winnipeg This Morn,ng.       known    as       cold     feet. -Montreal
ed the argument that at   the Winnipeg, Sept. 13.���After spending,Gazette.
Telephone   12
New Westminster
Box   137
The People's Grocer 1    Contractors and
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Latest English  Betting.
London.     Sept.     13.���Following     is
iment  that  .,L
deal-Westminster    matches     the  the afternoon in driving around    the
���   : >r the bleachers had  been flfty  ''''>' and attending an  Informal  recep-
-   hence  it  should  be  flfty  cents   tion in the evening, the three hundred (
But the Westminster men jvlaltlng members of the Canadian the latest betting on Cesarwltch: 4*_
have been given too much tree iManufacturers' association leave atjto 1, Bronslno; 6 to 1, Puregam; 16
. e on this four-hit tax since those "ine o'clock tomorrow morning for the to 1, Shultoi; 16 to 1, Laughing Mc-
Ju l are not anxious to hear another . ��esi, en route to the coast, the first or; 20 to 1 Rock Savage; _20 to 1,
I     aged howl on the same subject *op being at Portage la Prairie. |Les trail. 20 to 1, Bridge ot Earn; 20
I      tood pat for the    lower    figure. ***** ]*}���  '\dm[���    T,opt��H    ��"   }?*    V'""
��� ,'  . ,   , ,,.  ,     ���    br dgeshire the betting is 12 to  1 on
I "   wenty-flve cent  proposition car- ,        , ,,,,,., .   .,     n-,    .-. ,, .   ,   t, ,     ..   -,, *   1
��� I bur  thev talk English most   of   the The Story; 14 to 1. Haleyon   14 to 1
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Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
AMERICAN    MONTE    CARLO.
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that figure    the Nationals
about as much money   as
��� tis. for these had to pay
St  of the new stand.
Visitors See the Cup,
officers  of  the  Nationals  were
a private view of the Minto Cup
time.
I Christmas   Day;   20  to  1,   Lonawand;
thej    Trainer   Noseworthy   was    selected
trail   as   the   victim   to   sample   the   water
which  the  Frenchmen  will  drink  orr
I Saturday.    He pronounced it good.
"I  think    Matt    Harr    and    Lionel
25 to 1, Cannonite.
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FEAR LAUNCH PARTY OF
FIFTEEN HAS BEEN LOST
Bellingham. Sept. 1."..���Fifteen    peo-
Tosae team, and Chairman C. A
Lalonde.    Newsy    is    right    in    two spend the day at Cypress, fifteen miles
f places;  the referees will give him   a south of here, tt is feared, are drown-
'"!"":1 lair shake aud he thinks he can win. ed.    Shortly after they    left    a gale
1 arose  from  the  north  and  continued
increasing    velocity.    Incoming
, , ..    .    ... , ,        :Yorke will give us a fair shake, and I pie comprising a launch party whic.
Z     I withManager C A. Welsh, of tllink we can wln'" deda,es    I*8"8?  left tlie waterway Sunday morning to
Khe 1
fWels
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hem
llfll- -
I find
iv .
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Iltlitt,
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Ileal
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Und
i,  of  the   library
Ity   council,  where  the  cup    Is
iu storage, connived to arrange      The minor   officials    for   the   big     .^
���   display of the trophy in the matches will be selected on the field. Bhlpplng men faii t0 report the craft.
'n0f   Vi'    ^'i MVelS1''|S .g,"ce7l    Forecast announcement for Friday:   and vessels have been dispatched   to
Here the distinguished   Party..,^ ,      ���   ,)e a���owed on the Bearch the bay.    Nothlng so far haB
.ken yesterday evening and per-! ������ b       h     d   f th   launch
to view the object ot tlieir tiip , "clu- '        ^^_____
���   home of lacrosse.    The Mont-1 g- . . _   _       . _ . - 1	
ion gazed with awe and wonder!
silverware.    Then they sighed.!
ben one bolder than    the   rest.
���Id  right out loud, "It's coming back
I'l     ia  to  Montreal."    But his tone
*;������   aot   convincing.     All   the  same,
Welsh Insisted on everyone leav-
������ Btore  before  he did, kpeping
'   e on the cup until the visitors
pped outside. Then be COIlkted   t
>wd to  make sure no one hid ' *
i   himself behind the prune box '
te ' and evil design.
;   rty consists of Adolphe   Le
''���'    president   of   the club;    .1. S.
''���        i, secretary    of the    lacrosse
'.' >'  and   director  of  the  club;
;: Labrecque, director; Lorenzo
!': managing editor of La Presse;
,: ax, J. Cattarinich. Fred Uag-
i Decarle  Monty Clement, Dr,
elle. o. Secours,
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NEW JEWELLERY STORE i
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K.    Dulude,
������ Gauthler, Eddie Lalonde, Jos.
,ani    ��� ix, George    Dussault,   .lack'
,:i    ���<>"���   Richard     Duekett,     Na-
f����0'i  Boullanne, George  Beauchamp,]
Noseworthy,   trainer;   Shiner
lr.  Mallette and  Mr. Beguln.
W|
-,. Lacrossettes.
,,"1" National
weatei
s    will    play    In blue
��hiti
a. with the letter N worked In
'"-' on ihe breast,
Tl
';" challengers are protected with
tors  '   '  u"anlH !,,ul  elbow  protec-
,0ys.
: OPENING   ANNOUNCEMENT \
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S. E. EDWARDS (late with W.C. Chamberlin) opens out on Thursday, Sept. 15, at
445 Columbia Street, Dean Block, a new
and complete line of the latest, most up-to-
date, and chaste stock of Jewellery ware.
All kinds of clock and watch repairing done
promptly.   Eyes tested free.
i.       s ":��il chance    o.    In.n    tho .<���
Tex    Rickard    Has    Big    Scheme    for
Gaming     Halls.
Notwithstanding the fact that base-
hall magnates jumped on Tex Rickard
with both feet, spoiling his plans to
tour America With an all-star team, he
still lias other ideas. Tex Rickard is
a natural promoter. Born in Los Angeles, where he has been spending the
past few weeks, he has a new scheme
every day. His favorite is along
sporting lines. There is a spot in
Mexico, just thirty minutes' ride out
of San Diego, Cal., that looks good to
Tex, He has been figuring, with some
big people in the transportation lines,
upon making the place the American
Monte Carlo. Rickard's scheme is to
get the sanction of tbe Mexican government, which he says will be an
easy thing, and then fit the new
Monte Carlo up for everything in the
sporting line. San Diego ls one of
the most delightful summer resorts
in the world, and a great winter resort as well, lt would be easy for
American sport lovers to live in San
Diego and take the short thirty-minute trip across the line on all important occasions. Moreover, San Diego
is within easy reach of the Santa Fe
railroad, and people could go there
just as easy as to Reno. Rickard
plans to have a great race track, large
gambling palaces an.l the finest fight
arena ever built. He says that he will
have champion bouts in liis arena. He
can hold an affair like the Jeffries-
.lohnson contest without the slightest
danger of being chased across the
border. Of course, all of this is going
to cost a barrel of money, but that's
no hindrance to a man like Rickard.
He has a reputation, and since handling the Gans-Nelson fight at Gold-
Held, has never found It hard to get
hacking for any sporting proposition,
ir Rickard manages to put his scheme
through. Nevada will take second
place among sporting centers. Still,
many a goo.l championship tight w.ill
he held Iri Nevada. Legislators in the
sagebrush state haV-e ho intention of
shutting down on the boxing game.
They like to live ln a free country,
and Nevada people are with them to
a man.
House Builders
We nave a lull   line   oi   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   of   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., LtdJ
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���       A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
J     Diamond Rings from
X    Pearl Rings from ...
 $15.00 to $200.00
 $2.50 to $15.00
$     Rings with assorted stones as pearl  and  diamond, pearl  and  ruby,
*    suitable for engagement tings, from $5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
* WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
X    Dominion   Trust  Block. Columbia   St.
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yesterday's practice, the man
���,., ei     sterday's practice, the man | *
i-ieii 'i'"'1'-' '" 1,et ls no loneer wor- ���
j,a     ' ";l   the  result.    For the  first
'l      '" to two is good odds.
are n���,      tn?lnster lacrosse    players
th6!n
not
''  all  curious.    Only two of!
1,11 out to watch their rivals' i
cn ll':""i the field.
,aiul'"' '"'"^ may take the Nationals
an     '   vancouvers to  Victoiia tor
J*wMtlon game.
''""���iis may be Frenchmen,
NOTE THE ADDRESS
S. E. EDWARDS
445 Columbia Street
Next to Muir's Drug Store New Westminster
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BIG   GAME   DISASTROUS
TO INNOCENT PASSERS-BY
New York, Sept, 13.���Two persons
are under the care of surgeons herp
as the result of a ball game yesterday for the championship of the Harlem league. Strangely enough, neither
of the Injured was playing or witnessing the game.
Both were struck by batted balls.
Joseph Smith was passing the
grounds In his automobile when a
low foul went spinning over the back
fence and hit hlm squarely In the eye,
smashing his glasses and blinding
him for a time.
An hour later, Jacob Goldkleln,
eighteen years old, passe-.1 the same
spot ln time to receive another low
foul behind the ear. He was knocked
unconscious.       v
Is Your
Home
Insured?
If hot, why not take out a po'Icy   in  one  of  the  independent flre
insurance companies 1 represent ?
The cost Is so small that you cannot afford to take, the risk.
These companies are noted for their low rates, and    the   prompt
manner which they pay their losses.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 PAGF  SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
SEPTEMBERl4
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
IOARD OP TRADE���NEW wi.Sl-
minster Board ol Trade meets in lb*
board r��om. City Hall, as tollowa:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting oa tbe tnira
Thursday ef February. May, August
nnd NovcmTvr. at *) . tn Annual
meetings on tl,e third Thursday of
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. h.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,   Guichon   Building.
Phone   6S1
IDAHO TOWN WANTS ONLY
HOMELY SCHOOL TEACHERS
GILLIE  BURKE TO WED
It   Is
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Bachelor   Merrbers   cf    Mvery
Wed   Pretty  Ones and   Leave
dren   No   Instructor
Board
Chil-
Lc-idoner   Will   Be   Bridegroom
Reported.
London, Sept 12.���About next
January the Rlalto will witness two
weddings that promise to be of much
.cue
pie.
al interest among theatrical peo
PRINTERS.
D7ESTMINSTER PRESS FOR KVKKY
kind of job printing. Mid. et loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally   News  Block.  Sixth street.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214   Sixth   Avenue
NEW  WESTMINSTER
B. C
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS ANU ORGANS TUNED ANU
repaired by your local tuner. W. E.
Mania. Mus. Bac. SU Dublin St.,
Phone 1.61?.
Spokane, Sept id.���The school
board of Avery, Idaho, wants no more
comely schoolma'ms in rhe little
school Of the village wliich was almost destroyed by Bre three weeks
ago. The secretary of the school
board lias written to the district
school superintendent at Wallace, asking that he reeommmend a woman
teacher for the school
not good looking.
Last  vear two of the  members   of
lary
end Nicholas dei vis Wood, young
Londoners, will sail for Now York to
wei Miss Millie Burke and Miss Pauline Chase. Miss Burke will be mar-
lied early in January, and it is believed Miss Chase's wedding will follow in a lew days later. The prospective grooms are well known club
men.
MEXICAN BANDITS ROB
AMERICAN MINING MEN
The two men ...
Send Unemployed to Canada.
London. Sept. IJ.���Lord Brassey.
who has announced that the present
Is his last voyage, has been studying
md one that is 'he problem of emigration irr irs relation to Canada. He believer, that the
difficulty surrounding unemployment
in Kngland can be settled by sending
the board were bachelors, and in send- lul im:easing number of young men
ing   in   a   request   to   Wallace    for    d  overseas.
After   Taking   $2,450.   Outlaws   Mount
Horses of Their Victims and Gallop  Off  Into  Mountains.
Ki Paso. Tex.. Sept. 13.���Details
reached here today of the robbery
Saturday, near Cananea, Sonora, Mexico, of Cashier Paul Proberl and Superintendent A. N. llauser. of the Cal-
the  mine  witl '-' ���     .
pay ofl the,
stepped  inti   ��� ���    -,,
fleers off tb,
and the 1 - i    ...
mountain
Sight   Sllspr ��� ���
holdup occurred
Cananea,
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not
Two Negr0e; Lynched,
Nashville,   T. i ���
Sharp   and   Bob
were    lym hed
last night tm    ���
two  Uttli
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"sault --
LABOR AGENTS.
COA.ST    LABOR    AGENTS1    MANA-
per G. .1    Sykea),  62  Powell  street,
Vancouver.     Phone   S67B.     Prompt
attention   given   to   all   orders
male   help.     King   rrs   up.   wire
write if unable to visit us.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMfc
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
teacher  they  asked
cants   be    the    best
that   the   appli-
looking    school
for
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE &  KDMONDS. BARKIS
tvrs    and    solicitors.   Westminster
Tru*t Block.  Columbia  street
"Westminsrer.    W. J.  Whiteside
L. Edmonds.
Any available Dominion Lands wnn
ln the railway  belt iu British Colum
bra, may be uomeste.ided hy any per
or 6on wno is tha sole head or a lamiij
| or any male over IS years of age, to
��� the   extent   of   ont-quar'.er   sectron   ol
JltiU acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the  local  land Offlne  for   ijie  district
In WblCb the land ig situate.     EBU.
New \**y P,ox>' m&y. however,  be made on
H   certain    conditions
teachers that could be found. During
the year one of the members of rhe
board married the school teacher, an.l
ti.e school was closed for two months
because no one could be found to finish out the term in the outlying district. This accounts for the request
for a homely teacher.
ter of an intending homesteader.
.,..nr  wi'FU I Fl!   McOr\UUIE .V      The ho���esteader is required to per
^A"5'_!'.Hkf^���?I_M5_,u��?;,.,nLf|form the condition?  connected  there-
.di
the    tamer,
mother, son. daughter, brother Or 61$
i  MARTIN���Banisters, and Solicitors.,wlUl
Westminster offices, Rooms ' and S,^,..
Guichon block, corner Columbia and; '
McKenzie   streets;   'Vancouver   "f-i|ipon
ach
UfcUer    one    of    tne    [onowins
flees, Wil'iams building. 41 Granville street, F, C. Wade. K. C:
A. Wlie.Uer, \\\ 0- McQuarrie, G. E
Mai iin.
At leas: sl . montiis' residence .
aad  cultivation  of the  land oil
year  for three years.	
(2) If the father ^or Eother. lf tr.
father is decascd'     , LUe iiomesteader
resides iir**'
Tu��>T���RAN��^^^
ITTT BfRNETT, At'PlTOr. AND
Accountant. Tel. K 128. Room,
Trapp block.
itio
u
rni irr '.he vicinity ol
j"*- ..md ent-ered for. the requirements
as  to   re^ddence  may   bo  satisfied   by
'such person  residing  with  tbe latfter
or mother.
(3)  lf the settler has his permanent
residence  upon   farming   land   ewnefl
by  blm  In  the vicinitv  of  his  neme
R. T. PRINCE. EXPERT ACCOUNT- |8tead, the requirements as to residence
A.NT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the may   be   satisfled   by   residence   upon
Hall Safe Co.   Ofiice. Room 9, West- ithe"said land.
minster Trust block, city.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING.    ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. 0. Box CP4.
AND
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPH\
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc Coumbia sireet. Telephone rvj.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands a: Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leas.'d for a period of twenty-one
years At an annunUrenlal of $1 per
sere. Not more than 2560 acres
shall be '.ease,! to one 'ndlvldual C
companv. a royalty a-, the rate oi
'.five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
PACIFIC    COAST    SHOULD |
HAVE   SIXTEEN   SHIPS.
San   Francisco,   Sept.   13.���That   *:
naval force with a fighting line of sixteen battleships is the right of the
Pacific coast of the United States, was
the declaration made last night by
Rear Admiral Robley D. Evans, re
'.i.el, who commanded the battleship
fleet cn tie fltst stage of the world-
I girdling journey.
Admiral Evans made the Btate-]
ment In an addicss to the directo s oi
���the Panama Pacific Exposition gather-'
ed ln conference, and placed liimse'.!
jon record as favoring San Francisco
'as the site for that exposition. He
1 suggested a great naval pageant as an
a ljunct to the fair.
"San Francisco is ideally situated
for such a naval demonstration.'' he
said. "The entrance of the North Atlantic fleet through t'e Golden Gate
.is still fresh in tl-.t t ory of all who
witnessed the stining picture With
the co-operation of the governments
of the world, that picture can be surpassed."
FLAMES   OF   OIL   WELLS
SHOOT    300   FEET
IN    AIR
REAL   ESTATE.                             Depi
W. W   CORY.
i*y of the Minister cf thr Interior
WHITE.  SHILES  ft CO                    N
Real  Estate   and   Insurance  Agenta������   ��m��
(-.,.   fan      n 1   a innrb n   | roi my
'!���Unauthorised    publication    ot
��d��#Ttlwment  "HI    n~'t  v'��  paid
SIS   .: i ':���' Colnmbia St.
Tre   Fall   Fairs.
                                            ir
TAILORS.
lates    f the I      :'..Irs 1
rprer  country   and    coast    have
GALVIX. LADIES' AND MENS TAI-
lorirg A new line of Spi ing suiting jus: in Button making, press-
lag and repairing, -iti Lorne stieet.
PI . ae R 508.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN
ers and dyers. StJ Columbia street,
phone R27S The place wher<- Lb*
dirt and dust Is removed from rhe
fibre���no. pressrd In. Goodj cailed
for and delivered.
Li>
LR> ^T    -Om.
KING   LP    :��� ������     r-
smart   turnout,
bles.
Tbe
ti.vctva   A.NU
f^iion   Sta
FISH    AND   GAME.
lit.Ns...S   k   AYLiNG.   KI.SH.   lulu
Game   Vegetables, etc.  Dean Block,
next to Bank of  Montreal
'ten     -.- a :::  ed   . -   fol Dws:
> i i la   Vai ev.  Se ���������-���.     14.
Kamloops,   September    1*8,   29   and
\e-ncn. Septeml-er 15. 16 and 17.
Armstrong, Septen rer :'.' and . :
Ke'o- ha, Septexher :'0 and LT.
S;-.I:-.'-n Arm. Set tember 23 and 24.
Vancouver, August 15 to 29 inclu
:si-e.
\irtoria. September 27 to Oeto-
jber 1.
New Westminster, October 4 to S
Indusl e.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.-
b. 0. MONUMENTAL WORKS. .IAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombsrones. bu Irting
s-one. etc. Satlsfnctton guiiranteea
fToJnmbU  street.   New  WestBilnFtPr
. e-s.'.ell. Cal. SepL 13.���Flames
shootin. 300 feet in the i.ir from two
-.- gushers of ti.e North Midway
tp of flowing oil veils kept this
city ar.d rhe entire west side oil ie
.ion in a state of intense excitement
for   three   hours   :��� ��� - - 200
Breflgkters succeeded ia stopping  -  -
fire.
Flames from the burning wi   - -
in  all  directions  and   the   men    who
were rusheJ out from here strugg ��� ;
desperately   to   keep   the   fire   away
from other wells in the vicinity.
While t; e James -.-.ere ji their
height, a fissure more than 1000 f^et
ong and of unhnown depth opened up
Railway Time Tables
B   C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneauie.
Cars  leave Vancouver  for New  We��t-
minster ai 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  li:30  p.m.
Care leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 aud
S;00 a.lil-. P.nd every halt hour there
after until  11:00 o.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New  W��sr
n-.tnster at S:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every    half    hour    thereafter    untl
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave N'tw Westminster for Van
couver at S:00 a.m., and ev*ry hall
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  am.  and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On  Sundays  cars  leave  Westminster
at > a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart.   Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Great   Northern   Railway.
Leaves New Westminster 8:17
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 10:30
a.m.:   arrives   Seattle  3:15   p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:30
p.m.:   arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves Xew Wesrminster 12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
TENDERS
WANTED
Sealed tenders will be r -
celved by the rmdetsl. ned up to
noon. September 20th, for the
dealing <d 450 acres, more or
less, of timber lands. Plans and
specifications can he secured
on application. The lowest or
any tender not necessarily
eepted.
ac-
W.   H.   HASLITT,
Purchasing Agerrt.
B. C. E.  Ry Co., Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C.
TENDERS
WANTED
Tenders  will   ,.
the undersigned u     to   nooi
September  201 tunnel ex
cavation, appro : :..���
rock   and   earth     Plans  anj
specifications cai
upon   application     Lowest or
any  tender  Dol
eepted.
W.   H.  HASLITT,
Purchasing Agent.
. C.  E.  Ry Co.. Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C.
Leaves Seattle fcOii a.m.;
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leases Seattle 12:25 p.m.;
New Westminster (1:25 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 4:35 p. m ;
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
I.- avA Seattle 11:45 p. m.
New Westminster 6:30 a. m.
arrives
arrives
a: lives
arrives
G. N.  R.���Port Guichon. |
Leaves New Westminster daily. exf|
cept   Sunday   from   bridee   passenger
station   3:50   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port  j
Guichon 6:30 p. m. i
Leaves    Port    Guichon    8:00    a.m. I'
between two wells. b:e1king the em-, daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
bankmenta and causing the loss of a Westminster bridge passenger station
large  quantity  0f  od.    The  crack  u   10:20 a.m.
s:picrseJ   to  have  resulted   from  the' 	
collapse of the cavity left by the
sands thrown up by the walls when
they chocked off the flow automatically and starve! out the flames. No estimates of the loss have been made.
FRANCE
G.   N.   R���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   6:00   a. m��   arrives
bridge passenger station.  New  Westminster,    10:20    a.m.    dally    execept
Sunday.
  "" I-eave.     New    Westminster    bridge
INVESTIGATES < r^ssengei   station   3:50  p.m:   arrives
WINE  GROWING   CRISIS  pumas S 00 pm- dally except Sunday.
Canadian Pacific Railway
Visit The
VICTORIA EXHIBITION
Sept. 27th to Oct 1st
Tickets on Sale Sept. 24 to Sept. 28
Good to return until Oct. 6.
Rate SINGLE FARE AND ONE,
THIRD FOR ROUND TRIP
Canadian Pacific Railway
FURNITURE
V      11     KALES.    THE    FUKNli Ultk
Eei.ler. Upholsterer and Onden.aer
corur.- Ac-j-s riud McKenzie s.ieeu
Phone 176. night call il
CABINET   MAKING.
L>.    V     LEWTHWA1TE,    CABINET,
maker and   upholsterer.  4.0  Claik-
toe    street     >ber.inJ    Buir bliKk).
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone IS. Newest and most up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine.  J. Trachv
Prop.
HOTEL LYTTON-:,:; PRONT ST.
Phone 103. Comfortab'.e accomodation. Terns moderate. McLeod &.
Watldna. proprietors.
Kuir.ru. ������
sk :,  furtri
made anj rejnuie.
U e  in  fir and o.\\~
MIS-
WOODWORKING.
A. ta. MINSTER WOOUWOKrUNU
cu., uaak, otbc�� and store LUingi;
CTPlant, i.air, snowcases, mauteis
aad a^r. ;. ��urk. Designs and esti-
Ui��irc furnished. J. Broukea. proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
��� ad cur line. P. O. box 2bl. foone
473.
f-mPEft   HANGING   &   DECORATING.
1 itLhsuS. WALL PAPER, KOOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. SixtD
sri��et.  New  Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
"j i. BGHAAtCE MACHINE Wuttrva,
I j ndied. Front street. New V\ estminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macinnery,
MID plants and specifications prepared
FIRE   APPLIANCES.
H��hrEXT?NGtMSU^
est in flre fighting apparatus.
R. Karris &��� Co.. Lavery b'.ock,
Columbia s'.teet.    Phone C5G.
O. O. K   AMITY   LODGE  NO.  27���
T. e regnlai  meetings of this
are beld In Odd Pi Hows' Ha     ....
nei   Carnarvon  and   Eighth  s:ce:s
���   ������>   Monday evening at 8 o'clock
Visiting   brethren   ���      lally   invited
to attend. W. H. West. NG.: W. C.
Coatham. PC. recording secretary;
J W. JIacDonald, financial
tan
Paris Se;t 13.���It is reported from
Macon that the government Inspector.
M. Couacon. has becun his oTuial investigation as to the condition cf the
wine growing district, and has v.s-
ited by automobile several communes.
The result so far ascertained is that
the wine crop for this year is aknc8l
totallv lost. Only in very rare instances will one-halt, '>r one-third, or
one-fourth of the usual crop be . at'i-
ered. M. Couanon fears that if the
bad weather continues and the wine
grout-'- abandon theii farms, as i.-
no.v happening h many par)s . next
- crop will i e seriousry c in ;>ru-
mise I.
The government inspector Is a
I   i ���   l by M. Simyan and M  SI di net,
of the chamber of deputies.
THANKS
secre-
UNUOHT
'���does    '
/h
u meets you half-way-does
all your work ia hall the
time if you follow directions.
Sunlight Soap���absolutely
Pure���saves clothes from la-
jury - hands from roughness-
Hie from   /**\    drudgery.
jyi(UiUU��^Uiai/iiid
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. CoastSS. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
i0:��0 a.m    Dall.
1:00 P-��    uluiv
TO   SEATTLE.
}?:��0a-m    Daily
11:00 p.m .... Dally except Saturday
11:30 P-m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 P-m    Daily
TO  UNION  ANO  COMOX.
2:00 P-m   Mondays
8'CO a. m.. .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. m.  Monday, Wednesdav 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.    *\
We have just completed our first year's business
and we take this opportunity oflhankirg the public frr their liberal patronage. Our business has
surpassed all expectations. We believe in selling
furniture at Fair Prices and the public real ze this
Our large stock is complete in every detail, and we-
are now in a position to handle orders of anv size-
Estimates given for   Contracts.
Denny & Galloway
Reliable Home Furnishers
���-   PHONE 588 l 43-45 Sixth Strcst, New Westnunitf r
J ,. n. ESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
done by us gives the ut-
tt0St satisfaction. Our equip-
foentis modern. The Latest
invention in a collar and cuff
Lchine has been installed. j
Cean Economic, Prompt. I
iVhitc labor only employed
>oyal City Laundry
Phone 183
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. o. Box 315.
"     Office, Front  St.,  Foot of  Sixth.
LIVING IN MICHIGAN
T. C, O'Neil, of Hubbard-
ston, Toys With Figures
in a Wonderful Way.
iin
.an
Ra
fir
���������j
Chilliwack
Agricultural
Exhibition    i
on Sale Sept. 19 to 21
. ;j;ood to return up
includes Sept. 2-1.
AND ONE THIRD
R ROUND TRIP
you  w u:i   in  Increase your
business ?   Then Bee
A.UNDER
FOR
I G N
\*^s&E_-t~_*'_i_---^______\
Signs of everj   description.
Glai        : ��� i clalty.
703 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
NOTICE      REGULATING     VEHICLE I riim or 5��; H ��� ���     LT*l,t i i\l.< :l
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.   CIPHERING    PRODIGY
All persons using Columbia Btreet
:n: vehicle traffic of any kind live requested to keep to the lefl hand side
1,1 the car track while proceeding in
either direct! m.
By order,
,!. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall, August. 12. 1910.
The
luiyul Dafl'v OT lafluud v ,,,01
Capital Paid Up   $5,000,000   I squaring   its  product   Eeventeen   su������-
Reserves    $5,900,000       cessive   times,   withoul   the  aid   of  a
paper and pencil, is the unusual stunt
performed by T. C. O'Neil, a resident
of Hubbardston, .Mich. The villagers
jtooK the answer, which occupied a
roll of paper 650 feel In len. th, and
Inet'ed 11 up in a sale. Six nionlhs
inter it was removed and O'Neal re-
peated the list of Qgures, both forward and backward, from memory.
In every Hubbardson store one maj
find evidences of O'Neil's phenomenal
menial arithmetic, lie loots columns
thirty-six feet In length as rapidly as
lie can glance over hem. When a far-1
mer wishes to know how many feet
of wire fence he will need to Inclose
a cerl ain ai i a he a sks O'Neil, and
i he  lai ter,   wil h ul   even   pausing   In
The Hank has Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific: in Cuba
throughout the island: also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,  England.
Correspondents In all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L. M.  RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
Contemplating
sip
gh
K-'-r*-T*>��k
...... ������    .��� i I,-...-
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ED. GOULET,
Mane
na?er.
Cedar, Fir and Hemlock
First Class Air Dried Stock
If you want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your wants, our price
will suit
dealer.
��� :;- of all hou i
bales',    Ou
rlci ��� i be I ��� ���
r     .. m _ 1-: .Gi  ilet, i :-������ I  C. P. li.. will
Bl      .��� /fMi*-ifhjnRi7   t A    your pass
.   L.   IiiU!iillUUl!Jli3V:    \J}.   write  Wm. .-:' ueral    t
Phone 173    Lulu Island
1    ll  : ���'. ;    i  v. i.i  v. anl  i he very best.
thai  i ered  for your    mom y.
and ii  do s nol  matl. r v\ hi t ela
cabin      d    In I.
THE ROYAL LINE
ants, Pi   ���   Si :6nd and
Third  i': bin  ac i   is  unex-
tln Service lea\ i -
not!.:. i de I     I.
The Ni are
Ro i -d George  Sept. 29
Roy::! Edward   Oct. 13
Roysl  George    Oct. 27
Royal  Edward    Nov. 10
I !.   . ��� ���     t  C.  P.   R.,  Will   huek
���
Scol' block, Wii ..'  e     ' lan.
his   discussi 'ii  of  politics,   will
hlm the answ  r at  once.
O'Ni ll'a one dh erslon le his lo\ e E ir
figui es.    1 le does not attempt   I i
com t for hi   ai   -. ���    la Ha hed   in his
brain like a photograph tl e min it ���
problem ia pro] mnded.    I Ie i ij    I ���
are alwys bi fore him.    I Ie
i hem   all  t lie   time,   bu     thej    - le^n
nothing   unless   a   problem    is    pro-
l ounde I, and : I ey arrange thi m-
selve    bei and hi   can va-J
In igh  thej   aciually   ��  re
w ritti
O'Neil
one yeai i in oi dgan
dlsl i i The teachi I
;orni - cl       I ir to
' t teen.    W ll Iroui    ���������   bit    of
en a   mere
Jum] ��� a ive the an-
i wer. wa     suspicious,
and lad kept  aftei    sel
demontsrated hi
li  :       owi     ���        thematlcs.
City Property
Wo bave several Ids on
Eighth avenue which must be
sold.    Call and see us at once..
Mann
In townsite, one-half acre lots
and blocks up to eighty acres.
We have the exclusive sale of
the very choicest buys In the
townsite. Prices from $800 to
$2000 per acre.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
GENERAL  AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Const    Fire    In
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The D.C. Permanent Loan Co.
jRil
jervsce
���GOING    SOME.'
:;. & V. "States" dail;   except Sunday
Leave, 23:0i ;  Arrive al  21	
Vancouver,    daily     excepl     Sunday,
Leave, 8:0 I, 11:00, L6:i i, 23:00; Arrive al  8:: i, 13:  0, 18:00.
Victoria, d ill;   e:   epl  Sunday,  1.- ive,
8:0n, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
Ii. it V. "States," daily except Sunday: Leave, 8:00;  Arrive at 9:15.
C. & V. East, daily; Leave, S:30,
15:1a:   Anive   at   9:25,   22:30.
Sapperton, daily except Sunday;
Leave. 8:30, 15:45; Anive at 9:25
and 21:00.
Fraser    Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:45; Arrive at 9:25.
Coquitlam,     daily     except      Sunday;
Leave 8:30;  Arrive at 13:00.
Central   Park,   daily   except   Sunday;
I. ave, 11:00; Arrive at 13:00.
Edmonds,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at  11:00.
East  Burnaby,  daily  except  Sunday;
Leave,  14:00;   Anive at   14:00.
Burquitlam, daily except Sunday;
I.e.ive, 11:00;   Anive at 10:0 1.
Tlmberland, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
1    Leave, 14:00;  Anive at 10:00.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday;   Leave, 14:00;  Anive at 10:00.
Ladner. daily except Sunday; Leave,
14:20;   Anive at   10:00.
Porl Guichon, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 11:20;  Arrive at   10:00,
Westham island, daily excepl Bun-
day; Leave. 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sundaj; Leave,
I 1:20;   Anive at   10:00.
Annacis   Island,   Monday,   Wednesday
and   Friday;   Leave,   L4",20;    Anive
ar  10:< 0.
Annieville,     daily     except      Sunday;
Leave, 11:20; Arrive al 10:00.
Woodwards,   Tuesday.   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave,  14:20;   Anive at
8:30 and Tf,::;t)t
IS. it V. "Vancouver," daily except
Sunday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at
II :00.
("ir, rd.de. daily except Sunday;
Leave. 14:60;  Anive at  11:1  I.
Port Kells, daily excepl Sunday;
l ear e, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:50.
Clayton, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday; Leave, 14:50; Ariive al  11:00.
Tynehead, Tuesday and Friday;
Lea ������. 14:50;  Arrive at ll :Q0.
Burnaby Lake, daily except  Sunday;
l e ive, 16:00: Arrive at 15:15.
ll. fi S. "States," daily excepi Sunday;
Li ave, 15: 15; Anive at. 15:15.
IUKnK��*.ii��2E..��^2a&3��jffi^ ^^a__Sa\_
^Sna'taa 1
KK|      5S
Read   The   Following   Telegram
A. F. GWIN,
Mgr. Amalgamated Development Co.,
518 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Well No, 2 uncapped gushed over one thousand
barrels per hour for one and half hour.
0. L. WILLOUGHBY,
Superintendent.
A   Whirlwind   Marathon   Comedy   Tri
umph, by  Rex  Beach and  Paul
Armstrong.
A   house   pai tj    I ��� n   I y    Miss
Jean tlira] In, . !:<��� - bi In Jack
owns the Flying ' earl Ranch in Nov.
Mexic i. A inj se 1 vited are Mis3
! Ie!en Bia! e and M rs. Rol en _ Keep,
the chi perone both ot Smil h college,
the i ther guests   ieing Fn b
no, meml er of tbe ���'. uni\ ei.- ll y
Glee club: C il ei Cor ton, the Inter-collegiate runner of Yale and liis
roommate J. Walllngl ii d Spi < I.
The situation at the ranch, is one of
iier-,-1 gloom, because the cow hoys
have just lost their phonograph machine and records, which was a wager
JS on a fo il race hetween one of tlieir
hoys and the cook of a rival ranch.
the Centipede.
Speed arrives ahead of the other invited  guests, explaining that  Covington   is   rielaye 1   and   will   come   later.
! With   Speed,   as   valet,   conies   Larry
Glass,   the  trainer  of   the   Vale   football   team.      He    is  supposed    to    he
j Speed's trainer, although  Speed is in
I reality   no  athlete  at  all.       Berkeley
Fresno    does    not    take    kindly     to
i Speed's   Interest   in   Miss   Blake,  and
begins plotting bis downfall.    The result of Fresno's plotting and Speeds
desire to appear in a heroic light before the ladies of the party is that a
I race is planned between the winner of
| the  phonograph  and  Speed,  much  to
rhe delight of the cowboys of the Flying Heart ranch.
Speed begins training at once as a
blind, relying upon the arrival of
Champion Covington to run the race
at the last moment. The %way his
training proceeds and the many
screamingly funny predictaments Into which lie aud his trainer Glass are
placed bear out the claim of the management that "Going Some" is the
funniest comedy before the public.
New York raved over it; Philadelphia
laughed herself sore at the sides;
Chicago said it was the "laughlest"
ever; Seattle took a vacation and
laughed it out; Spokane is talking
! about It yet: San Francisco never will
forget it, and In fact every important,
city on the continent turned out en
masse and placed the stamp of merit
upon "Going Some" as the best and
brightest , most laughable comedy
ever seen by the inhabitants.
This   'jpoing   Some"   show   will   be
seerr here on Friday evening.
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e Amalgamated Development Co. Has Made Good
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
518 Hastings Street, West
Telephone 4327
OFFER   FREE   SITE   TO   THE
CONSERVATORY   OF   MUSIC
Calgary, Sept. 13A-The Calgary
Conservatory of Music intend putting
up a $1(1,111)11 building, and tbe city finance committee recommended last
night that they be granted a free site,
consisting cf four lots on the corner
of Twelfth avenue and Eighth street
west. The property reverts to the
city if the land Is used for any other
than educational puropses, and another proviso is that the building
must cost at least  .10,001).
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 Specialists
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Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75  per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co.
New Westminster.
Telephone SSS.
PITTSBURG    ENGINEERS
DO   SURVEYING   AT   NIGHT
Pittsburg, Sept. 13.���Civil engineers
have added their company to an already large number of night workers
here and believe that their Idea of
surveying at night may be a really
new thing. TVs engineering corps of
the Pittsburg flood commission, which
is finding out Just what work Is necessary to keep the three rivers from
Inundating the lower city every spring
has lately had success in making observations In the dead of night.
The main advantage lies in the fact
that there is no street traffic to hinder, but It is also claimed that by the
use of an electric flashlight the numbers on the measured poles are more
easily distinguished through the transit at night than by day.    '*"', '
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Weekday Schedule
0,
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  5:50,  6:20,  6:50,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until J.1 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 6:50, 6:50, 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m. ������       ���
Return  Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children  under 12,  35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 9 a. m. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:  Return fare. 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. nr., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. in. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20,-1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
City  Limits  Line���20-mirrrrte service from 5:40.*.tu.. to 11:20 p.m.
hurrday 'Service���20-ruinute  service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
isapperton   Line���20-rrrinute  service from fi:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
| B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. f
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M ""     PAGE  EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, BEPTEM.
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l-il-y** ** ** **^***i******m**9**t**
;CiTY News;
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If vou buy vour Am-
munition from us,  you
Ifwill have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
Colu        -       llegi     ; en    i:s    .:
:".;������-,     .    term ( Jdaj .
A  :���. t, I   _     f thr   '���'.":<���: p Edtr
:   i ib will !-t> . <:.; :..is afternoon
Th�� ��� eUng of the
> and laboi   �� ;:       '���'��� til be held
in the Labor Temple I  i: evening.
See Pales' rurnit ire    sl  ck    before
purchasing elsewhe i   Agnes street '
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
The
; eg*
ar mont)
Iv
:::��� i
ting i
beard
of  t:
ade
will
re
be
Id  in
the
board
room
�� in
the c
ity
v.--.:
to ...
rrow
night.
Seat
sale
for
"Go
r. C
��..
me"
now
open at Thi
y'S.
* a
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me,
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMANS DEPENDABLE NON-
CURLING FILMS with you and you
can enjoy every moment of this year's
vacation all over again at any time.
KODAKS from |10 up.
BROWNIES from .1 to $12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial  Exhibition tills fall.
We can explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
Curtis Drug Store
Ph:
Kodaks and Sopplle
5; ectacles. from 50c.
���*3:     Lor:*     Distance,
Residence, ~2.
Ne.v    W��s*.""ins'.er.    B    C.
7-1;
LINE'S
Hays-port lots sell for |100 up rev
lot. on easy terms. Sic cash and {r-
per month. Particulars W. J. Ke'-r fi
Co.. Ltd.
Mrs . Allen Grant, of Blackford
street, is giving a tea this afternoon
and evening under the auspices of St.
Barnabas'  church.
Davies greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R :0S. "
Opera house moving pictures. Be
sure and come tonight. ~,:Z0 and B
o'clock. **
There will be a meeting of the city
directors of the R. A. & I. society in
the secretary's office. Thompson b.o.k
at eight o'clock on Friday ...veiling.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies gieenliouse.
R 208.
The regular monthly meeting of
Post No. 4 of the Native Sons of B.C.
will be held in the K. of P. hall at
eight o'clock on Thursday evening.
W E. Fales carries tlie best selected stock of household furniture in the
[city and prices defy competition. ���*
A social and apron sale will be held
; at the residence of Mrs. A. P   Grant,
i Blackford   street,  from  3  p.m.  today.
'the function being under the ausficesj
lot the Women's Auxiliary of S".. Bar j
: o&bas' church.
.   lror.s I eds and bedding, the largest
ranee  of  design;  and  pi ices.    W.   E I
F..ks.
Po; plai        i -       rt flowers at
Tidy's stoie 184. ���*
":.- '      '. - -���       - .
the 1        Dcial S - saoci
;tion. ��      ..-.-
Is Sunday �� -   -.
in t       eel    - af S1     J I
Piesbyu
,     Mrs.  J.  S. Clute  ! ft   for   Kamloi ; -
yesterdaj   where she  w;;  attend rhe
-   ��� ..; i penlng of tl e new sanatarium
..: Tranquille, Kamlooj s.    She is   the
only representative from  New  \v, st-
minster to attend the function.    The
mayor  an',  other  city   officials  we:e
asked to go but owing to tiie pressure
of other business they could not leave
the city.
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Hays-port will have a million and a
half dollar cold storage to he    com-
pleted early next year.   Particulars at
W  J. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
A  bush  fire in the city limits was
the cause of the firemen having two
runs yesterday. The first call came
in about four o'clock in the afternoon
fl ::. the corner of Seventh avenue
and Third street. Halls Nos. : and .;
res] ended and managed to check the
fi:e. About nine o'clock at night an-
other call from the same place came
ir. and the firemen had no difficulty
in tee; ing the blare under control.
The Misses Connor and McQuarrie
have pleasure in announcing to    the
ladies of New  Westminster and district, that they are having tlieir new-
fall millinery opening on  Wednesday
and  Thursday,  tl-.e  Hth  and   15th  ef
September.   They extend a cordial invitation  to yon to be present at the
opening, in which the most important
I features of t!.e latest models are offered.    Tie  new  millinery    parlors    are
'over T. H. Smith's    store,    rooms    1
and 2. *���
I
A Chinaman driving a lame cow at-
itracte:! the attention of a policeman
I last evening. The cow walkel as if
[it had its leg broken and was in con-
j sirierable pain. The policeman in-
| vestigated and found that she had    a
Hew and Second Hand Store
iLaie Alex Speck I
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture lx>ught
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
Ibe Central Mv Cafe
O. pc-srte E. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Jteiiants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT  SERVICE
-        . .        - . ;.
:.-.        Applj    -    nee Mrs   Moore,    p-
-::..- '*
:...-;/ -      - -     ""   le,   Iur-
.  -   - -   . . ���. ��� -   ... >    re
���    -      -..--��� - eastern
n.en. asl .:.-   .. .   ���     lands    ad
Units   ::.   '   ..-   vicinity.     T:.e
pub'.ir-itT    com:.    - :? supplying
them   v.;-;.   al]   :..   .. -      -.   informali-;n.
I
Hays-] )rt  :._s ^ y-.<-c.- future;    particulars at W. J. Kerr <k Co.. Ltd .**
A modern Lome five minutes waik
from Columbia street, superb view on
casi payment of $40". Four mag-
nificently located lots almost against
the cut-o.7. cash payment of $U50. balance t .. ty months. Held. Curtis &
Doga::. Tu6 Columbia str:e:. Phone
4-".. �����
Rev. Josce'.yn Perkins. MA. canon
of Westminster Abbey, and secretary
in England of tie New Westminster
and Kootenay association, will j-ive aj
lecture in St. George's hail at eight
.-: - is evening on the subject.!
"Westminster Abbey tr.; ti.e Cr;o::.i-
' :. Tie lectute wl.! be illustrated
by lantern slides.
GIVE   US
Rays-port  has ti.e G. T   P. R. run-
TRIAL  ry-7"-- through it   si -e   wharf
���'..;..:: e
   Particulars   at V.' J.    Ken    .     .'   .
����
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONfc 475.
d. Mcelroy
Phor.e   R672.
6~3  H3-*- ifton St-, or
Varrire HeJting and Plu--bing Co.
Chirr ney Sweeping. Eave'.rojgh
Cleaning. Sewer Connecting. Cess
ftrtts. Seotic Tanki.  Etc..  Etc
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in Ihe
Deane Block
Four d;ors east of tbe Hank of
'JuDi-e-.J, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City Market
oa
Cslumbim St.. Ne. 441.
N��- 'ti'nster. 6. C
A meet ins    :  ' ��� -
f the Y. il e fceid
'    -    ' ���   ���     ' S<    etary C.  R.
-    ���
13 i   ' :        - -   "   .-'   .       :. :   -      -   -   *-   II     .
ter the  V   II. C.  A.  building.
���  - ��� '. I r II a ��� t ��� I i
rf the building la    ���   .   e y.
Hays-] rt rarr.and the vtry bast
as a Qshtag centre and wiil be a second Grimsby. Particulars it W. J
Kerr & Co.. Ltd. ������
The People's Trust corr.jany report
j the sale yesterday of 100 acres of
j land in Surrey municipality.    A num
her of imporrant deals in proj ert>
| adjacent to Port Mann are pending
iand some of these will probably be
���closed this week.    A .rowing demand
for city houses is also r.o'iced
The Public
Supply Sijres
You Need
groteiies at all times, and our
store is the right rlace to make
your purchases.
We have the best groceries in
town. Our bottled and canned
goods, flour, butter, eggs and
other staples are noted for their
excellent qualities. They make
good eating possible and that
n.eang good health.
We Deliver
year goods to your home, and
Bave you the trouble and i:.
venience of your carrying ti.e n.
Call at our store, and le.ive
your order for what you need,
and our boy will deliver your
goods very promrtly. We don't
charge toj extra for this
Geo.
Adam;
Pbone 92
1 -    7M\i\
Our First
Autumn Showing of Millinery
Wednesday,
Sept.   14th  and
Following Days
WE extend the invitation and will welcome one
and all to the store during our opening (ijs.
play of Autumn Millinery. The Millinery Section
will be found in the same location as in previous
seasons, but a larger space has been given over to
to the needs of this important department. Better
light and improved surroundings will serve to make
the showing more attractive than was possible under our past crowded condition.
THE SHOWING WILL BE
LARGER AND MORE
AUTHORITATIVE THAN
EVER BEFORE
We have gathered together from Engliish, continental and American fashion centres the very newest
styles and productions. We established long ago
the millinery supremacy hereabouts. Wednesday's
opening display will demonstrate that no store in
British Columbia affords a more complete or up-to-
date showing of Autumn Millinery.
W. S. COLLISTER & G)
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
stone in tl-.e cleft of one of her fee'.
It was wedged in and could    uot    be
got out and so between the Chinaman j
and the policeman they summoned ai|
Iray ani gave the cow a llde to Its I
residence in the west end.    The cow |
bad teen walkel in trom Port Moody.
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���
Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
6 lots on Second street. Excpllent view. Streets on three sides
of this  property.    $350  each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from First to Second street This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear
Price ��350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.     1
More Troops at Coronation.
London.    Sept.    13.���The    arrange-1
ments for ti.e Kings cotonatiao wl l
I Inclu 'e   a epresental   n   o: I
contingents of t:oo;s    f;o-:i    C ���     i
; than on the 1 sl o casion     Pi haby
Australia    and    South Aft
all i felt a r a; i<l expansion like   ',������:.
���da,  wi I   send an   I   , ���������   Ive
rion.      The    colonial    premie:a   ;;n l
.otier officials  vvi.i  natural!]   rr  ���-.   ���
inv Itatl ms.
PREDICT MUCH  SUFFERING.
St.  John.  N.B..   Sept.   13.���A.   K   G
'Mackenzie, of Campbellt n, ��ho    h..s !
, had charge of the military tents and I
���civic affHi's in tie burred town, says
he considers   the    conditions serious I
!Me:e and r'redlcts much suffering for
the people in the. winter rr.onths. The
relief committee has leeive! $?;",000
ln  all.  whereas the  loss  wss several
; millions. There are still SCO ten��s in
use and  winter is at hand.    Building
| operations  are now  being  rushed.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
has great demand for thoroughly com
petent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session. J*, �����    '��� ���
A. L BOUCK.
610 Cslun-.bia St. Principal
FRIDAY
SEPT. 16
Fun!      Fun!
LAUGH!
FRIDAY
SEPT. 16
Fur.!      Fur.!
Lawrence & Sane'usky present the  Scrcan��B8'J
Funry Comedy
"GOING S
By Rex Beach and Paul Armstrong.
ONE YEAR AT BELASCO THEATTE NEW YORK
Great Ccm:dy fast  -  AH Special Scenery
Tickets at Tidy'?. $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c
If you want something Choice":for Sunday
Dinner, ring up Phcne 101 and order a nice roast 0
Spring,Lam\ Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it *
P. BURNS' MARKET
, COLUMBIA STREET

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