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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 189.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, Kill DAY   MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1910.
' PRlCTTTTvi.   CENT
IcTayburn fiend
is still at large
I police Fad to Find George
jjeid -Washington Blood
Hounds Search Forest.
The
pollce
Reid,
crime.
tK.ll   DOtM
I of SkagH
lmve failed to iind
., the Clayburn man bus-
rlert ol having his wife's blood on
r |ieil(|, and it ls supposed that be
_- got safely across   the   American
Boundary. wlll(:h iK "nly Hlx or
Jeven miles from the scene of the
The American authorities have
Bed and Sheriff Stevenson,
county, is scouring the
tne vicinity of Sumas with
bloodhounds.
0n the Canadian side, Constable
Wilkie. ol Westminster; Constable
njnitnon, of Mission, and Constable
i'".,k. ol Abbotsford, are keeping up
U untiring search after the murderer.
\o motive lor the atrocious deed
|... been discovered. Reid enjoyed
.'i'j. reputation of being a hard work-
in, respectable man. It ls suppose-1
that he may have been brooding on
the death of their only child, who died
In Vancouver Just a montli ago. and
jt would Beem that that ls tbe most
reasonable hypothesis advanced as a
reason for liis supposed part In the
crime.
The (lead woman was young and attractive. She came west from Midland. Ont . not long ago, and ha 1 been
married to  Reid   for  a  little  over  a
vear.
' The provincial police have offered
a reward of $600 for the capture Of
the fugitive, but at present the only
due to liis whereabouts Is the evidence of a man who saw Reid. on the
afternoon of the tragedy, walking towards Abbotsford.
Around Sumas and Abbotsford the
country la very wild and lf the man
once got into the mountains be might
keep Imself hidden for an indefinite
.... id ll tie has any food with blm
Tlie only hope of catching the mur
terei ��� once seems to lie In the
.'. ���      .  bloodhounds.
i.EGRO QUESTION   MAY
GO TO  SUPREME COURT
LANCASHIRE OLD BJ1YS
ENJOY REUNION SMOKE!!
Concert  and   Smokefest    Draw    Good
Crowd of Lanes Lads to Eagles
Hall���Association  Forming.
A smoker anrf social was held in
Eagles' hall yesterday evening by a
number of Lancashire Old Hoys who
are forming an association ln this
City, the objects of wliich are primarily social. The burning of the weed
was made all the more enjoyable by a
classy program of songs and Instrumental solos rendered during the
evening.
Included among those who contributed to the gaiety of tlie gathering
were U. Sawyer, piano solo; W.
Falrey, Qeorge Blackburn, A. Allcock
and W. Archibald. vocal solos;
Messrs. Harris and Rollins, bai.jo
duet; and Percy Rushton and Joe
Meehan, Instrumental solos.
George Hargreaves, who occupied
the chair, introduced tho Vancouver
visitors, two of whom, .1. Cooks and
\V. Jordan, made short speeches ex-
plalnlng the aim and purpose of the
Lancashire Old Hoys' association.
The committee in charge of the
smoker last night was composed of
B. Rhodes. George Hargreaves, \V.
Archibald, R. Mitchell and Lee Tar
ner.
A meeting of tlie Lancashire men
will be held next Thursday in the
old I. 0. 0. P. hall, when the formal
organizing of a Westminster Lancashire Old Hoys' association will be
completed and officers elected. Meetings will be held on the first aud
third Thursdays.
MACKENZIE SEES
SHE OF PORT
President of Canadian Northern Inspects Location of
Future City for First Time
Vancouver, Sept. 8.���Port Mann was
visited by Mr. Mackenzie, president of
the Canadian Northern, nearly all day
today. Accompanied by Mrs. Mackenzie and the Misses Mackenzie he ai-
rlved this morning from Victoria, devoted i.n hour to business here aud
later was whirled in an automobile to
the future railway and industrial Centre on the south bank of tho Praser,
opposite New Westminster. The
ladies of the party remained lu Vancouver.
This was Mr. Mackenzie's first visit
to Port Mann and advantage was
taken of the occasion to make a thorough Inspection of the townsite where
a number of the company's engineers
aie engage I in laying out the proposed railway yards along the waterfront. The various points of Interest
were shown him by T. C. Holt, executive agent for Messrs. Mackenzie
Mann & Co. In Hritish Columbia, and
A. 1). McRae, a business associate and
general manager of Hie Canadian
Western Lumber Company of Millside.
Mr. Mackenzie seemed to enjoy the
outing. They left the autoinohi.e, and
after examining the waterfrontage
and the site of tlie proposed car shops
und machine shops, climbed up the
wooded terraces in the southern portion of the townsite.
TRUSTEES DISCOVER
MORE SCHOOL ROOM
DEFUNCT COTTON HRM
RUN UPON SHOESTRING
Thirty Children Will Go to
School in West End Presbyterian Church.
Accumulates $3,000,000 Liabilities with
Working   Capital   Never   in
Excess of $10,000.
Jackson, Miss., Sept. 8���Sensatlona'
i evidence relative to the details of the
'alleged fraudulent methods of the do-
school ao- funct Steele-Miller   company,   cotton
that    the'dealers at Coiinth.  Miss.,    developed
So great is the need for
commodation   in   the  city
trustees have decided to use the old [during the taking of depositions In the
school   room   on   Twelfth   street   for
l'nited  States  bankruptcy  court here
RAILWAY CGMMISS iN
HEARS LOCAL PR if EST
Market Train Grievance Laid
Before Commissioners-
Decision Reserved.
, todav
some of the  pupils in    the    primary
grade at the Lord Kelvin school. Thc j llott show that the liabilities of the
building has been used as a place of I 'irni exceed the assets by more than
worship by the Presbyterians of the ' $:i.<>00,000 and that the working capi
West Knd for some time, but it will tal of the company aid net exceeJ
now. at least for six days in the week, | $10 000.
revert to  its oilglnal  purpose. j     No effort has been    made   to    sec
This move was decided on last | how far back the series of frauds
night at a meeting of the school' penetrated upon European spinners
board. To Trustee Thornber was left extend, but the testimony has been
the task of seeing that the room was given that the Steele-Miller company
got in readiness at the earliest pos-' entered the new cotton year on Sep-
Bible moment. Thirty kindergarten I tember 1, 1909, with a shortage of
desks will be placed In the room, i 16,300 bales. In other words, it is
wliich wlll be ready for occupancy iu charged with having Issued bogus
���about a fortnight. j bills of lading for cotton that did not
Tlie additional  accommodation  will, exist,
afford some relief to   the Lord Kelvin |    A  few weeks  later  the  firm  owed
scliool which is badly in need of more i Scheuch,  of  Havre,     France.    25,000
room or less children. j bales, for which, it Is alleged bogus
The teacher of the new room will bills of lading had been issued and
he Miss Janet Davidson, of this city    then transferred Its business to a firm
The only thing that directly affected the city of New Westminster at
the deliberations of the railway
commission sitting in Vancouver yes-
.,   , , ,., .terday was the question of the Gieat
I-igures compiled by Accountant Ll    Northern Bel.vk,e on the Bouth side of
Town    Destroyed   by   Fire.
Watertown.    S.   D.,    Sept.    8.���The
greater  part  of the  town  of Lebeaii
was  destroyed  by   lire   today.      The
loss is $150,000.
VANCOUVER MARKET
MAY PRODUCE REVENUE
There were two other applicants for
the position, Miss Maria Anderson
and Miss Charlotte Smith. Miss
Davidson was at the meeting last
night and addressed tiie trustees. Mr.
in  Bremen with whom it became
volved for 3H,000 hales.
in-
Mrs. Sage 82 Years Old.
Lawrence, L. I., Sept. 8.���An al-
Kenmure. an applicant for a position I most countless number of congratulatory messages were received by Mrs.
Russell Sage at her home here today
on the occasion of her eighty-second
birthday.      Many    of    the    felicitous
 i     Sept.    B.���Just    w.iat
.    b negro    i:i    the    Unit&j
.   .        i] 'cue   court   will   be   as  ���  I
ji sett ���   In tbe   near    future.   One
I   ~t        negro blood in an indlvi Lial
Rea hlm as a  negro in tlie District or Columbia, according u: a de
dston by Justice Daniel T. Wrlgl t, ol
let supreme   court.    In    the
ate ol  Isabel I. Wall, an eight-year ,-
i. wbo recently   was   barred |a
i   white   public   school   because
thei      Ipal had information that she
nt   : m-gro parentage.   The father
Ol ��� e | Irl  attempted    to force    the
board of education  to    reinstate
child, bul   railed.  Justice  Wright
ddlng that   she  was  a  negro
cue was    appeale.l    to
wort of appeals.
II tbe appellate court
tire Wright's decision  an  effort  will
t�� Immediately made    to   have   the
nlted States supreme court pass on
stlon.
Demand for Stalls and Spa:e  Increasing, But Rental Remsins Very
Low.
as a teacher of manual training, was
also present and stated his claims
As a result of the visit Mr. Mucken-1 which will be considered by the
rie will linally decile upon the details board if it is found that a teacher of
of the survey and the extent of the that kind is required.
railway terminals. Subsequently the A letter was received fiom Dr.
party boarded a launch, viewed the j Robertson, superintendent of cduca-
townsite from the river, examined the tion, in reply to a question that had
site of tlie proposed wharves, and been put to hlm by Secretary Lennle
then crossed over to Millside where on behalf of tbe school board. The
the sawmill of the Canadian Western ' question was whether a school teacher
Lumber company is located. Mr. Mac-'who resigne.l from tho staff after the
kenzie is a large shareholder In the school had closed for the summer
latter enterprise, and took a keen In-'holidays was entitled to salary for
tere'st in watching t'.-.e transformation July. Dr. Robertson gave it as his
of saw logs into lumber. opinion that lie was not entitled to it.
Three days this week were devoted The question has been raised because
by Mr. Mackenzie to an inspection Ql.jsosne of last year's teachers on the
the Vancouver Island coal mines he'local staff resigned after school had
purchased several months ago from j closed and were paid for July. Some
James Dunsmuir for  $11.000 000.    On lot' the members objected to this and
the river. C. II. S. Wade, on behalf
of the New Westminster board of
trade, addressed the commission on
the market train. He pointed out the
disadvantages to market-goers of the
piesent system wliich did nor allow
the trains to run to the market siding
as they had done before. He aske.i
the commissioners to make an order
concerning the run to the market.
He also touched briefly on the service on the south side of the river.
In this he was backed by H. T. Thrift,
reeve of Surrey, who asked for a better train sen ice than had been given
by the Great Northern in the past. He
wanted a service that would take all
the local trade and at the same time
be  reasonably fast.
The commissioners heard all the
arguments and then asked a number
of questions, but reserved tlieir decision till a later date. C. W. Piper,
of Vancouver, the man who made the
protest against the train running to
the market, did not address the corn-
mission on his side of the case.
greetings came from colleges and
other Institutions which Mrs. Sage
ihas helped financially.
the
ind
WHIRLPOOL RAPIDS
RACE CALLED Off
Old Telegraphers Meet.
Chicago, Sept. 8.���Members of
old-time Telegraphers Association
the United States Te egrapli Corps began a three days joint re-union in Chicago today. Members of the two or
gauizatlons from 250 cities aie in attendance.
Only One  Man Willing to Drive Pow
er  Cost Through   Angry Water
I
Below   Falls.
the tour he was accompai led bj o e n-
bers of his family, A. D. Mcllae,
managing director of the new Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir) Ltd., and
froinlW.  L.  Coulson, manager of the min-
isu'me appiov--d, and in the err 1 it was t
I referred to Dr. Robertson.
Vancouver, Seit, 8.���Tl.ee may yet
be a possibility of the city deriving
some  pecuniary    remuneration
the pte. ent market building.   At   last lng department.     The  I Ixtension        ���
night's market aud industries commit
'tee meeting two propositions for re.u
th
the
de-
The
district
were received und dealt with.
The Kdenbank creamery    has o  e-
ed to rent a floor space of 3u by t>0
feet tor two years with an option for
another   term   of   three   years.     The
""omox fields were visited by Mr. Mac-
enrie, who after seeing thc
mines, discuBse i with his fellow directors details of tie program Involving
the expen lituro in the next three
years of $3,000,000 In opening up two
new coal mines at  Extension, and an
Churchmen Meet.
Windsor. N. S.. Sept. 8.���Tbe ccene
of ihe    ceremonies    in celebration of
the   bicentennary   of the    Church of
England ln Canada, was   transferred
, today  to this  place,  where the   many
eminent churchmen and others tak-
I ing part in the observance gathered
I for a special convocation at King's
I Coi'.e. e. the oldest university i.i tho
I British colonies.
THEATRICAL MAGNATE
COMING TO VANCOUVERi
New York, Sept. 8.���Indefinite postponement of thc i owcr boat nice
through Whirlpool rapids of the Niagara   liver,   was   announced   today.
GREAT GOLF TOURNEY.
New York, Sept. 8.���Marc Klaw, the j when  only  one entry,  Claus  P.   Lar
| sen, of Cleveland, qualified   on   Sep
affirms Jus-
t!i
SEVENTY.FIVE   MEN
OVERCOME  BY  FUMES
company offered to pay $00 per month equal number at Cumberland, us well
for tho lirst vear and $120 tor the re-|as increased development of the pres-
maining two years. The right ls also ent producing collieries. In both dis-
as'ked to remove the cold storage ti lets the equipment will be virtually
piant at the expiry of the lease. This renewed and steel tipples wiil be built
rental ls to include stabling afcd track- at the new mines about to bo de-
a���e ve'oped in order to supply power for
The Farmers' Agencv, at present lo-'operating the mines and operating th��
rated in the market bull ling, wish to j railway, which like the line from
increase their floor space and have I Ladysmith to Extension will be re-
wrltten Market Clerk Kelly offering'built and laid with 86-lb. rails Instead
to rent a space of 75 by 80 at $75 per jof the 56-lb. rails now la use
month for fie first vear and $100 per The management expect that the
month for the subsequent four years, coal output will bo Increased to about
The committee thought that this waB 10,000 tons daily before the enl of
rather low for such space and will en- three years and the coal hunkers at
deavor to make better arrangements Ladysmith and Union Ray wll be en-
with the agency. U*ged    proportionately.     This    pro-
Tie B   C   E   railwav have decided'gram  will  also involve an enormous
ks tor the pui pose [increase in tho payroll  which In the
Newport News, Va.. Sept. 8.���A re-
P0R has reached here from Old Point
that the battleship North Dakota Is
in Lower Chesapeake bay with l,crjt0 p Btall spur trac
bunkers afire an 1 that seventy-five
Men weie overcome by smoke and
heat
The report can not be aonflraed ;jocat,
!l but the North Dakota is the wlll be"a Nodded boon to the building
'���'������������ one of tbo Atlantic battleship L^ will enable produce men from
tow In Hampton Roads. The.|lU,s-;i]0 points to patronize the cartel to bettor advantage
the city market and with this end two districts now jointly contains tue
?i view have instructed their engi- names of over 2800 miners. Mr. Mac-
"' ' .��� p,ok 0ver the ground and kenzie stated today thai he wrs well
��te ! Itolf fo? such purpose.   This Uas.d wltb the outlook for the   mi
'��� aid to have been flashed to
('1' i ��� inl by wireless.
lm
GALLAQHER'8    TRIAL    GET.
Altallant of Mayor Giynor to  Ee
dieted  This  Month.
:"     *ork, sept. 8.���James J. Gal-
1 - ' ��� the discharged city employee
*ho     ol   Mayor Gaynor, will be In-
Hcteii  by  the  September  gran 1   Jury,
will begin its session  Septem-
Market Clerk Kelly reports that
business is much the Bame as at ti ae
0I last meeting. At the present time
lhete is b boom in fish, occasioned by
the establishing of a curing Industry
on the  pieml.es.
��hlc
Prosecutor Garven. who has been
flaying the grand Jury presentation
"'��� the case to await tiie outcome of
'he mayor's wounds. Is convinced the
hmyor will suffer no further setbacks, and accordingly Is preparing
1:1 ' '���' early trial.
Blasts his body
into a tree top
ALASKA   TOWN   SCORCHED.
Petersburg   Swept   by   $50,000   Blzze
During    Gale  of Wind.
Petersburg,   Alaska,   Sept.   8.-Fife
starting  in the   Stewart   fi   Holmes
building  here  yesterday   morning  de-
I strove I that structure, Hogues   store
and a ntfmber of smaller buildings be-
fore it  was under control.   The total
[l0S8    is     estimated     at    more    than
*6The��'flre was fanned by a strong
wind and before the alarm was car
lied   through   the
o ���������pr.ny.
"Om- chief trouble now is that  wc
'ran not supply the demand for coal.
This, however, wll be   remedied   as
soon as we get now nines openoJ up
and  Increase the  production of  the
'ol i collieries," sdd Mr. Mad < azie.
The railway magnate added thai
contracts for the building of new sections of the Canadian No; them main
line and the Vancouver Island line
as soon as the engineers complete the
a-.css-sectloning  work.
Mr. Mackenzie and i n-ty will go
east tonight via Calgary an 1 KJmon-
ton.
8,_A.  M. Campbell,
a    homestead seven'the flre.
SUEY SING TONGS AT
OUTS  WITH  ON  T'."KC
San Francisco, Sept. 8.���Extra
police reserves were today stationed
In Chinatown as a result of last night
renewal ot the Highbinder
troubles,
An eTort  will  be  made to prevent
shooting
theatrical manager and magnate
member of the firm of Klaw & Erlanger, who, with Charles Frohman and
smaller managers typify the so-called
trust, will start on a tour of the
Northwest Saturday. Seattle, Portland, Victoria and Vancouver and a
number of other cities will be Included ln Klaw's Itinerary.
The trip has for Its object the
furtherance of the agreement of Frohman with Klaw and Erlaager to Joint- j [fy as barters,
ly orerate theatres In that section of
the country. According to Klaw, next
season ought to be the most brilliant,
theatrically, in tlie history of the
Northwest
The National  Amateur Championships
Have Begun���211 Golfers Entered.
Hoston.  Sept. S.���The eyes of    the
tember 1, the closing date.   The race' golfing world will  be centred for- the
was to bo run September 17, and the next few days ou  the links    of    the
.._.,, .,      iBrookline County    club,    near    heie.
boat   which   made    the   fastest    time   _o J)Un(,red ���nd e even golfer8 today
from the steel arch bridge below Nl-J started out in the Qualifying round of
Falls  to Lewistou.  was   to re-1 the national amateur championship. It
again
ceiv'e $1000 In cash and a solid gold
cup, TalueJ at $500. Under the conditions, at least two boats had to qual-
Prorrinent Physician Dies.
Chicago, Sept. 8.���Dr. James Nev-
Ins Hyde, of Chicago, well known us
a surf eon and me.'ical authority, died
suddenly at his summer home at
Trout's Neck last night. Dr, Hyde
,"as seventy years of age.
Enormous    Interest    was    created
when announcement of the remarkable race was made last spring, aud
a score of daring  men   entered   the
contest. As the time drew near, how-
���e-.er, they began to withdraw, stating that they could not get ready In
tine for the perilous trip. Larsen
launched his eight* en-foot Whaleboat
at tho Cleveland Auto lloat company's
! strops Saturday and Bays be is going
down  the  Niagara  rapids Septeir.be;'
,17 cn his own hook.
ls the largest and by far the classiest.
gathering that has ever come toget'ier
on one course. Considerable disappointment has been expressed over
the failure of Western Champion.
Phelps to enter. Likewise, farmer
National Champion Travers is not an
entry, as it was hoped he would b i.
r .cINTOSH   WILL   CUT
OUT   MOVING   PICTURES
;ALMON  PRIZE  MONEY
CDMINC TO WE6TMINSTE
R
The following n>e the winning numbers hold locally for the Salmon
sweepstakes, the result of whi b
were announced yesterday: 1.616,
Brig of Ayr; 1573, Catrall; 16C6, Dun-
raven; 1710. K. by Disguise; li'81,
Miiitei", L633, Rochester; 1613, li e
of Port; 1704, Bafran HI.; 1579, Santa
Finn; 1G42, Swynford; 1511, Wll.ia.u
Co; e.
'ihe  names  of  tlie  holders  of  the
numbers   will  not  be  known  for    �����,
week or two.    The first three prizes  leave  Montreal
Right Arm  Torn Otf.
|   Victoria,  sept.  8.���a  Chinese
lyloyee of the Michigan Paget S
mill had his right arm torn off at
shoulder in  some shaf lng on S.
day nnd die.! an hour later in Bl
Bei i. b bos] Ital.
nnd
the
tur-
Jo-
GYMNASIUM  CAR TO  KT.EP
THE NATIONALS IN SHAPE
Montreal*   Sept   8.���Arrange nents
a 'uie being made by the Nationals    to
In
Chicago, Sept. ,.���No more motion:
pictures will be taken of glove fights.
held under the management of Hugh
D. Mcintosh. Australia's premier promoter of sporting events. This was.
the positive statement, he made In
this city a short time ago. It wis i
statement that means much. To begin with, the main ieason for Mcln-
tosh's stand is one of sportsmanship,
"The public always believes there
is sorr.e sort of skullduggery when
there are pictures," be said, In explanation of his move. "If tire battling is a t:i!!e slow In the eatly
rounds there Is a cry that Die flghters
are trying to make the pictures good.
I don't believe such remarks ever
were justified In a big light. Why. 1
e\en heard lt at Reno, When the
tenth round had heen turned a man
in front of n.e said: 'Well, now that
the picture man has been satis fled, I
were won by W. Wolr. New Westmln- J which a gymuaslum car will be .:t-
ster. who wins $-1110; the fecond by tache.l in order that the members of
S. Massey, of Prince Rupert, who wins the team will be able to keep in good
.2206, and tne third by J. Richardson, condition during their long Journey
of Victoria, who wins $1030. Uo the const.
I    President Decerns is   arranging    n
Bpeclal   car     tO|jjpp8 we wlll get s011le righting'.
Imagine such a thing about that
fight. If ever there 'was a battle tlr>t
was on the square, that was it. lf
they had been faking, the pictures
would have had something worth recording.   It Is true there is sometimes
Frenchmen    Are    Ambitious.
Like  Alexander of old, the Nation-
as are sighing for new woi Ids to conquer.   Lacrosse ln the east lt at their
&  Holmes bonding was a   mass   oi
flames',     Every    man,   woman    and
child in the camp turned out to flgbt
Ml the buildings destroyed
,.:    Spokane   Bridge,Ivrere   wooden   structures   and   tbey
���   Hogues   stole ao
Spokane, Sept
8 bachelor on
'";'���  southeast
Washington,    in      Kootenay   .county,  burned like Under.
Waho, was Instantly killed yesterday joining the Stewart ft
, "l'e 'listing in a n��w county road lng, caught soon
15'he i-,iii8 I nnd  the  gale  blew  the
u���,:'   had placed four shots, o-re    of blaring   embers   Into   the   adjoining
lll,':'' missed  fire.    After  waiting at buildings.
a safe distance for a    few    minutes, J  ~
"  as  he   was   cenerallv   known,,       . Underwriters
S��� insurance   under-
in the Union
repetition   of last   night's
imp  the   Stewart. I wl)en jn R crowded theatre, filled with jeet;  t!.eir hands are stretched forth
"Chinatown tourist:;   an On Yich ton. ito  Rra3p   the   prize   of   western   la-
member was hilled by gun men of the ctoBse,    und,    then,    looking  faith ei
Suev Sing tong.
This    killing    greatly    complicates
matters, for the Sney Sing Hlghblnd-
ers  were  mistaken  in  tlieir identity
Holmes build-1ot  their victim,  supposing ho was    B
after the lire started  nien,i,el-  of  the   Hop   Sings,  hetween
tlames    nnrt I WU0Tn and the Suey Sings the piesent
conflict ls carried on.    The On Yicks
likely will now    take   a hand, which
will involve other tongs, lt is feared,
J number of exhibition games with t!,e | immense   profit   tn    motion    pictures.
different teams before the Minto Cup
i matches   so that the players will not
forget how to play the game by    the
time they    reach    New Westminster.
The full'team which captured the N.
L. U. title will make the trip us well
as a number of spares.
. he  was  generally  known, i
���.? .' ,n 'he charge to examine it and!
i-hl'o
Co
stooping over it exploded.
Detroit, Sept.
body
tl-
^.anions
found    his    mutilated ^���6���Jr0h��� I ?3ay for the twenty-
mlged Ina tree thirty feet above gsthe-ed  he e i      ��� ,   lh,   Nf.
$>��oun<l, where It had been thrown ��tst   annual   ronie,no. ^^
Z 'he erplosion.    Campbell   has  no tlon.'    ���9cU-.����
r��btiv���8 ia ,he Wegt writers.
Hurricane Doe* Damage.
Pan .luan, Porto Rico.    Sept. 8.���A
hurricane attended by ��� heavy fall of
rain, passed over this city last night,
leaving much damage tn IU wake.
afield ancl into a more distant futuie
they sr-e the glittering Stanley Cup
and covet It, too. Hetween lt and
them   is   the  slippery    batt.efield
There Is a serious shortage o' dog
of'.tags In the   city.   The   poundkeeper
hockey,  but it  Is  reported   they  are |has disposed of 009 and that has   ex-
prepmlng  to  line  up  there  and   try Ihaus'ed the supply.   Now is the time
conclusions with the vtteran chasers
of the puck. These are certainly
growing times for the Nationals-
times filled with great achievement
and high  ambitions.   JWhen the Na
for anyone with a tagless dog to make
an honest man of himself by going
around to the city hall and offering to
pav the tax. The officials at the city
hall  will  not take  lt.  for they   have
tionals survev the field of sport, the |not the right kind of a brass receipt
holders of championships become a to hand out. However, anyone work-
bit nervous, and begin to examlae ing this scheme wlll have to do it
their title to tbe honor. It Is possible quick, for tbe police committee have
to lose almost anything with tbe Na- placed sa order for about a thousand
tionals about.���Montreal Star. more tags. . .
The   Ne'son-Hritt   fight   pictures   ate
still heing shown.
"But 1 am willing to sacrifice any
profits there may he in them in any
fight I handle, so that the fight may
be free of the picture taint. 1 am a
firm believer in man's honesty tint iii
he ls proven otherwise. Therefore, I
cannot believe that many fights are
faked. I have scanned the record's
carefully, and I fln.l In nine case out
of ten the better man has won.
"Your short fights present opportunities for chicanery, I think, although those that 1 saw tu New Vork
and Philadelphia were apparently
fought to the last ounce on bot'n
sides."
Tom Andrews, the Milwaukee statistician, has figured it out that Mcintosh ls the greatest traveler of the
decade. He eaye Hugh has covered
180,000 miles ia tha Iwtf eighteen
months. PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
',��
Oassified Advertisements REAL   ESTATE fOREST flRfS |mfiED B0VI1 BAVt
HARD 10 FIGHT
WANTED.
WANTED���DRESSMAKING, GO OUT
by i..i day or at home. Experienced
an I good  111.    ��� 2>t  r.i i'l i su eei.
it .1..  .     DJ     S5*ji    1 ,..wi...iv    18,   i Al'- |
able wo.nan or Mil as general helo,|
able t" do plain cooking preferred.
Sloep borne. Apply -Mrs. B. S. Kennedy, 418 Eighth srreet.
WANTED ��� A SMALL FURNISHEDJ
bouse September 15 or   October 1,
by young couple who can give   un-i
questionable te/erences.    Write   A.
v., cue this paper.
IVANTED���TENDERS TO  BUILD    A I
six    loomed    house    (labor    only),
flans  and  particulars    from    Jonn
Duncan, Lord K< It In BChool.
KENNEDY    BROS.,    LTD
(Successors to Hale Bros. & Kennedy.
Limit ?d.)
Over  Merchants Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie S'.s.
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone
WANTED���A  NIGHT    WATCHMAN,
apply Walsh Sash and Door i-'nf ory,
GIRLS     WANTED    TO    WORK     IN
fruit cannery. Apply 12 P.out street,
A GINGER SNAP���City lot, 45x145, on
Third avenue and nam line, one l it
:'ii I . t-eel from Queens p trk. Price
$2000; $600 (ai h, balance 6, 12 and
IS  months at   7  per t out.
CENTRAL PARK PICK-UP���On Inman avenue, close to tram line,
!���"'. acre lot, cleared and
50 trees planted. Ten rootce'J two
Story house, stone found;.tion. Iiol
v. ater he iting f irnace, electric llghl
and modern conveniences. Price
$7000; $2000 casa, balance over
three yens at 7 per cent. Oae
thousand gallon an hour arti sian
well lately i truck near this pro-
I erty.
FINE    FRASER    FRONTAGE���Forty
aen s 11050 ft.) near N'ew Westmln-
���.    Tw o   even and i   rht roomed
I oil   ' "'I      pi 0] ei t3      av 1      W   i I
g 20x 10; : i i" 25 acr<    i ul
vated     Price  -f:-���'>.7."��� i::   tei .6750
ci    i, $30i 0 N'oven be: I,  1910   bai-
.     . t-y i liree years al  i pe   cent.
I [alf of i his pi oj er tj sep      i j
$H : ".    Te ,; s $: G25 c ish. I a
in  i  : i e e |ual  paj me ts  al  7  i ei
��� ��� ;   cent,
WANTED- LADY CASHIER, S.TENO-	
grapher with expert     :ed preferrea. TWIN    CITIES   SPECIAL���Two   ten
acre lots I i mi Isl of Twin Cities
: '::' li I ton of 33 i;" ' li ts. Will be
sold separately or tog< ther f r sl
time a $676 an cc.e; aboul liall
price ol adja en s ibdi Is i pro-
; e: ty,    Ei sy terms, on applicatl in.
Woods Will Not Be Safe Un-
til Heavy Snows and Rains
Frevail.
Steer Swin-s  Across  Lake  in   Pursuit
of  Craft���Creates  Tremendous
Consternation.
3 deflanl  attitude to all  crea
tines and human beings In particular,
until another boal hove in Bight.   1'n-
DniTCDC   A   UAP  (fABF daunted   at   his   previous   failure   lie
IJUAifclld /I  OAU  l\jr\\\- again took to the water an.l thistime
nearly succeeded in catching up with
  \tiie llghl eiait  which seemed,   so ob
serves son. to literally   fly over   the
water.
Bul the animul was doomed to f til-
uie. liis clumsy strength wus no
match for the four oarsmen In the
boats which he bad been so anxious
to catch. Possibly bis Interesl bad
grow n stale or perhaps Ms anger al
being destined for the food of mere
pun) man bad subside I. Anj way he
the Burns & Co.'s abattoir on Tne- laj   sua';:l back to shore.
Attacks    Ross    Ranch.
This time he landed al l tugh Roi s'
ranch on the north side of the lake.
Making a greal  ni Ise there and play-
bavoc   with   the   vegetables  and
(lowers in  Mr.  Robs' garden,  he sue
eee ie 1   in   thOTOUghlj   s8:,i in;;   the   Wo-
nten and children in the ranch h iu e.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ,.
mm.s_im:i*B3s_ ���^-
1 SCHOOL B
1910.
Nelson,   B.   C,   Sept.   8.���Escaping
while being  unloa le I  from a  car
Schoi
u
JAPANESE BOY, CAN COOK AND
speak English, wants position. Apply P. O. Box sis, city.
A JAPANESE WOMAN WANTS A
position as a washing maid or
family day work. Apply 27 McNceiy
street, citj',
WANTED IMMEDIATELY-     THREE
flrsl clai s lad;   i      n i i oners   and ;
- wo Bhirl pollshei s; two dollars   h r
day and fare.  1 le u ic Lace fi  .-: ilk
laundry,  \ an :o tver.
Washington,    Sept.   8.���Officials   of
the United States department of agri- afternoon, a  steer jumped   Into   the
culture are cf the opinion  that  1910 |ai,e und caused consternation annum
will   bold   the   record   among    many a number of persons in boats and ca-
years for the severity of the   losses; .,_    ,,.,, , .,,,������,,,,��� ,	
.,,,      ,���        , ,, \wv::  bv  ma . nr;  w  Ll  attell! us  lo gel
from forest  lues.      rhe forests will '"      ���
n.it  le safe  until the fall   rains   and absurd.
snows  hi mce more made a  wet      The beast, after escaping, stood on
blankel of the dry foiesl  floor.   Thai the bank of the  lake for a  momenl
the total losses of the year will run and then seeing a passing boat, took j Tho sporl wus too tame  however, for
up to many millions of dollars is con- :i   dive  and   commenced   ro   pe form   the bovine trouble chaser, and with a
sidered certain, channel swimming smuts in chase of snorl  of disgust  he  walked  Into the
A  bulletin   by  Forester   Henry   S. n.   The boal  wus rowed manfullj  to- lake and swum back to the abattoir.
Graves discusses foresl  (ires and the ward  No's .   by  its frightened occti e  Inevitable end  of the  travels
proper   methods   of   preventing   and pants and  the  steer decided  to give of the   steer came    lasl    nighl    an I
fighting them, as follows: |Up   the  contest,    Turning   bis   bead today he will occupy a promln nl and
Fires  Common. north he nude for the opposite bank  honored place on the dinner tables ol
"In  some  sections of  the   country ;|II1|   climbed   ash    onto   a    i "...   several   Nelson  cltl ���
.   esl  (ires have always been of such bin '   ,J  lll;<' ;|1  ,lu' !'M1"    where   "' '
AND   EVERYTHING
YOU XEED
A T
IV
6C5���Columbia
Street���6
ba
Apply   al   once.   VV,   S.  Collister  &
Co.
WANTED���TEN  GIRLS  AT    ONI E;
ap] '.   Royal City s le im laundry.
Vi'A.VI ED- ANY  L1GH1   WORK  FOR
y few   hours dailj. bj   Engl - ���      ly. ���
A] i ly  Mrs.  \\ Ixi >',    3^0    Columbia I
sl ret t,
CARPES1 ER
WANTS    WORK    BY
day or i oni
act. A] ply Box 1 9, Dailj
Xi"..
APPREN1 1CI
IS     WANTED,     APPLY
Moore's mi
linery parlors,   opposite
jm:s:  o fi  r.
EDY     BROS.,    LTD.
jOver  Merchants  Bank, Cer.  Columbia
s:-.d   Begbie   Cts.
' New Westminster.  B. C.      Pbone 335
WANTED BY WORKING MAX.
room and board near Eighth avenue
and Twelfth si roe:. Reply K., Xews
ofiice.
W A X T ED��� II O l' S E K E E PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Elox A.A., tbis office.
WANTED���A CARPENTER. WALSH
Sash ft Door factory.
WANTED���A GIRL FOU GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply   i'lj   Third   avenue.
FOR   SALE.
POR S.M.I':���TO BE OFFERED FOR
sale ofl the farm on market Friday,
September 9, one ire ivy tc.irrr of
horses; will do any kind of work.
Thomas Corbett.
P'Olt SALE���TWENTY-TWO FOOT
launch in first class condition; a
snap for $150 cash. Apply 818 Kennedy street. New Westminster.
FURNITURE FOR SALE AXD
bouse to rent 217 Keary street,
Support on.
FOR KALI-;���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
on Westminster road; about isu
feet to another road: for $700: quarter cash. Herbert Gay, Windsor
hotel,   after   6   o'clock
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St.
New  Westminster,   B.   C.
Branch Office     -     -      Kamloops, B.C.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
LOT 57, of subdivision B, of section
20, block 5 north, range 2 west,
containing one and one-sixth aces.
Price $2000; one-third cash, balance six, twelve and eighteen
months   at     7     per  cent,    irr erest.
(205-A.)
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
s, j rairie land. Price $125 per acre;
one third casli, balance one and
two years. (204-A.)
common occurence thai there Is a
pi i i,i r noi ion thai they c innot be
pie,t nte !. l li" risk fi m . 11 s can
nevi be entlrelj eliminated, for In
i e foresl i; < re is nlw aj a Inflamma-
: ��� mate: i .1 \\ bl ih is verj e isily Ig-
I.   'i Irej  may. bowc\ < r. he ia rgely
pn   ented and under efficle rg ml
lon   !  eii    dan     e   maj    be   kepi
;   .. u  to a  verj   ss, li  an ount.    1
e that in  cil It t,  w   <
'ii i m   er  be  enlIrely   elimin
ate I,  bul   '���'���   ere  I he  rh k     i   los i  ti i
propei      ���        be reluced  almosl   I n
nlflc im e."
Urges   System.
The' 1   |   i'i'1  of  sj itei al Ic  pr i-
\    Ion for ti.e early dis ovi      of llri s
and   for  retting  a   prop rly   eriui
in e  i.r   tin    fi  liteis  qi Ickly   to  the
scene of an     itbreak is ins Isted up in
1 .,   Forester  Gravi i,    "A   cai eful   su-
i ���; ��� i iii n   or   ; ntn I   dm in v   tbo   dry
on," i ���     ss, "is one of the mi il
; ��� nu   sures In organized  for-
esl 11 otection. one of tbo fundamental principles In Bre protection is
to deteel and attack fin a in t heir in-
��� li lenc;        After    pi Inting    out    tii
lie stood there waving liis tail and   beasl  twice swam across Is cons!
king his  boms  generally express   ably over half a mile In width.
Ate Uawis^'
iy
a
Sometimes p*op!e do, and suffer,
i   ....    ih . I .y',\*i.
LNe-.v Westminster, B. C.    I
��!"S
iktrn
���>������'������  :' '' '^^/i
Mineral Waten
Aerated Waters
Manufac!
HENLEY
I
YdPICra A
things may feel quite safe -.. th               NA DRU CO Dyspepsia Hatha   I
50c. a box.   It your druggist has not stocked them yet se ��� I. -��� and we
lil Ihi ::). 34
National Drut: and CHrmicnl Co. of Canada, United,         ...
Montreal.
N.W  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone  R   11.1. 01 8l|
~.zz:z~rr~
 i ���
MOmE FOU SALE
5 Rooms, modern, full fized   lot,   lane in the  rear.
Situated on 5th Avenue near 4lh Street.    Price only
$2100.    Terms 1-2 Cash, balance to  arrange.    This
value of lookouts, telephone or signal tl   must be sold within 8 days, as owner leaves   the city
communication  and   various   methods '.�� 1
P. *,'&��BLES
THL
THIRTY   ACRES  in  section  35,  block
5 north, range l west, twenty acres
cleared, with new bouse and burn;
good water. Price $270 per acre.
Terms      over      eighteen      months.
(175-A.)
i	
j TWENTY   acres   In   section   33,   block
6 north, range 2 west, X. W. IJ.
Price $590 per acre; one-third cash,
balance six und twelve months   at
!    "  per cent. (211-A.)
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOK RENT -- FURNISHED BED-
room, 424 Third avenue.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
aoply 713 Trew street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
jjentleinen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
TO     RENT ���  FURNISHED     BED-
rrwmK. 70;: Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p, m. or between 9 a. m. and
���Ti p. rn. at Room 14, ti2'i Columbia
street.
FIFTY acres in section 32, block 5
north, range 2 west, X. W. D.; absolutely the best subdividing proposition in Port Mann district today. Why ? The terms are one-
fifth cash, and the balance over
TEN YEARS, with interest at fi per
-cent. (221-A.)
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block E north, range 2 west, N.W.D.,
on new Yale road. $800 per acre;
$2500 cash, balance six. twelve and
eighteen months at 7 per cent, interest. (222-A.)
SURREY
1160 ACRES on the Scott road within
six miles of N'ew Westminster.
Price $85 per acre; one-third cash,
balance six, twelve and eighteen
months.    Investigate  this.     I208-A.)
of  patrol,  tbe forester   tells  how   to
fight fires as follows:
Like   City   Fires.
"Tbe   principles   of   fighting    forest
Ores are essentially the same as those
recognized  in   fighting  lires  In  cities
The   following   are of   first    Importance;    111    Quick arrival al the Bre.
(2)    An adequate force.    (31    Proper
equipment,    tt)    A  thorough  organization  of  the   fighting  new.  und   (5)
skill   in   attacking and   fighting   lives.
-Quick access to fires Is accomplished
through tha work of supervision and
patrol in discovering fires before they]
have gained much headway, and by a
well-developed system of communica-;
tion through the forest by  roads   and
trails.
Small    Fires   Easy.
"Small fires may be put out by one
man, bul in extensive forests several '
jlioms   may   pass  before  the   fire  can I
ibe reached,    It is important to secure I
lan adequate fore1 of .men and to get ]
Ithem  to  tbe  fire quickly.    In  a  well-!
[organized system of patrol the guard I
wbo   discovers   a   fire   communicates!
quickly to other guards and to headquarters by te'ephone. signal or other1
means,  arid   indicates the  number of
men he needs.
"The efficiency of tbe fire lighting,
crew depends very largely on their;
skill and experience, and particularly j
on the skill anl experience of thej
man directing the work. It is not!
only a question of knowledge of how i
to assign each man where his work :
will be most effective, hut there must
be Judgment exercised in determin-1
ing the general   method  of  attack."    |
ZSWSAia&Vii?^ ^Sisi�� ii- ����i. .J      T"
~yr** ~L��?.'_r^ -j vriK't
ALLANS   WANT   TO
CARRY   ALL   MAIL!
PRIVATE      HOARDING      HOUSE���|
Kirst class board.    Newly furnished j
rooms.    All  home  cooking.    Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Agnes street.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
80 ACRES  in  section 25, township 2,
1    $150  per  ace;   $42��0  cash,  balance
over two years. (141-A.)
10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
section 19, township 2. $200 per
acre; one-third cnsh, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per cent. Interest. (201-A.)
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
8. on Newton road. $150 per acre
Terms over two years. (91-A.)
TO   RENT.
TO    LET���THE    BASEMENT    AND
store in tlie K. P. block; suitable
for store rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester.
S��. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
atreet, City.
LANGLEY
LOST.
LOST ��� ON SATURDAY AFTER-
noon, a gold watch and chain, either
on Columbia street, or between
Third avenue and Pine street. Reward.    Rei urn to Dully News office.
IX)ST���A   POCKETBOOK   CONTAIN-
ing sum of money and checks.
Kinder return to tbe Royal City
Rye Works and  necelve reward.
LOST��� LADIES' SILVER WATCH
wilh gold chain, hetween tram office and Third street. Suitable reward for returning same to Daily
News ollice.
FIVE acre tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil in Langley dis
tricts, cleared and in a high state
of cultivation; tram line running
through the properly; good roads
on all sides. Pi ice $175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
FOUND.
POUND���TEAM   OF   HORSES,   AP-
rly -lames Doyle, Penitentiary Row.
If not, called for in fourteen days
will  be sold to defray expenses.
Through oirr branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head Office 451  Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office -      Kamloops, B.C.
London, Sept. 8.���The plans of the
Allan Steamship company for the improvement of Its Canadian service
provide for tlie construction of three
turbine steamers each 700 feet in
length, registering 20,000 tons and
having a speed of twenty-two knots
an hour.
It appears thai the existing agreement between the Allan line and the
Canadian Pacific Railway company for
carrying the malls will not be renewed and the Allan people propose to
have their new ships ready by 1912
when the mail contract expires so
tbat they will be in a position to carry ail the transatlantic mail in their
own  vessels.
It is stated that the Canadian Pacific will also increase Us fleet by two
last liners.
HID    IN    FEATHER    BED,
BUT   POLICE   GET    HIM
PORT MANN
LA .SE LOTS (66x132) on Johnson
road; $200 each; $10,00 cash, $10.00
per montli.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Duilding.
New York, Sept. 8.���netting Inside
a feutber mattress did not help Harry Greenberg, a clerk, who lives at
No. 109 South Third streel, Brooklyn, to escape from Policeman John
J. Noonan, Greenberg took refuge In
tho apartment of Mrs. Dora Shiilnick,
at No. 53 Pitl stieet, niter men und
women, urged on by Mrs. Esther linger, of No. 72 Lewis sireet, had chased him from Grand and Pitt streets.
In Essex Market court Greenberg
was charged by Mrs. linger with
stealing her satchel, containing a gol I
locket and chain valued at $70 and
$13  in  bills.
Magistrate Butts held the prisoner
In $2000 bail  for the grand jury.
Big    Rubber    King    Passes.
Akron,   Ohio,   Sept.   S.���George    T.
Perkins, a wealthy rubber manufacturer and former president of the B,
F. Goodrich company and of the Sec
ond   National   bank,  died   here   today
u; ed  seventy-one.
Fit-Reform Suits make a search
for anything better a waste of time
If you want the best there is, there is no reason
why you should not have it.
Fit-Reform prices are within every gentleman's
income ��� and Fit-Reform styles are unfailingly
correct.
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may.
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable   terms.    ::
INCORPORATED;! 855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAUREN""���
Triple  screw,  14,9^: tor���.
S.S. MEGAN iiw..
Twin    icrew,    T��,900   tons.
largest   and   most   modern
commodation equal to any crossing the Atlantic.
The
Ac-
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
Above, we show two of the new models for this
season���on the left is the "Straight Front "-the
other, is the "Young Man's
Sack". Both are made in
imported Worsteds and English,
Scotch and Irish Tweeds.
$18. to $35.
a?
FIT-
REFORM
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39 Alexander St.
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro-
near The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street.
Try  a  "WANT"  ad  In  Tlie  Ne*8'
It will bring results. FRIDAV
SEPTEMBER 9,  1910.
THE DAIL\   NEWS.
PAGE THHiEB.
Auiomobile for Hire
TeleP
Day
hone:
,nd   Night.
703. Night L611
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
burn^y^districY CO UN CIL \
At the annual meeting of the ag I-
cultural societies of British Columbia,
held in S'lctoria in January last, dates
for the fairs throughout the 1
were arranged as follows:
Tovl    -
,o and Spokane
Mexico  City.    A  general
MlslI,esB    transacted.     Let-
Ht issui-i.   available    with
.ondentB in    all    P""* of    Lhe
Rank of Montreal
''���ESTABLISHED 1817.
$14,400,000.00
CAPITAL     11,000,000.00
RESERVE   	
,,. . throughout    Canada    and
land. ***������   .   .
?.s.a ������ anf
tanking ''
,ers of Cr*
correal   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
worltl;���,.c. Bank Dirfirtraent-I)eP08lla
BVvsd in *'""8 "f  $1  0nd UpWal11,
,K-, irarest allowc' at 3 per cent, per
V^      nreseot  rate).
"S   A8S"tB   ""��'{'Mt'MI'M
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
(1   D. HUYMNBH. Masager.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
I ytat TW *****      Barn 'nOD* W
1 Columbia Street.
BUS'*6   delivered   promptly   to
��ny part ot the city.
light and Heavy Hauling
6  OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(P. G. Gardiner)
;.h ARCHITECTS
r,   Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Residence  Phone  133
First    Circuit.
Alberni       Sept.
Nanaimo      Sc|it.
Comox      Sept.
Cowichan       Sept.
The Islands  	
Victoria       Sept. 2
N.   and  S
14
Coquitlam
Maple Hid.
Mission
Agassiz
Chilliwack
Saanicb
Second   Circuit.
 Sept
 Sept. 21
. 2: to Oct. i
.Oct. 7 and S
 Sept.
.Sept. 2D.
. .Sept.
21 and
..Sept.
27 and
21 and
20
"'.',
Third    Circuit.
I
Nicola     	
Armstrong
Verios
Kamloops
Kelowna
Salmon  Arm
Siiramerland
.Sept.
.Sept
13
and
and
14
      2?. i
Sept. li t��� 17
Sept. 21 to 3*1
..Sept.
. . Sept
...Oct
1'
211
24'
and It
Surrey
Langley
Bbui ne
Ladner
Fourth Circuit.
.Sept
.Sept
..Sept.
..Sept.
29 snd
23 and
Room
Phone 661
p, 0. Bo>- 395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating  and  Plumbing
Ul Jobbing   Promptly   Attended
Colonial  Block
To
^CANADIAN PACING
^ RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
Departures.
i:t:,��� To Seattle, Port Moody, Bar-
sett and Yancouver.
8:00���To Vancouver.
9:15���To Moaueel, Nicola, Vancouver and local points.
1��:0�����To St. Paul, Kootenay points
and Sumas.
It: 45���To Vancouver and local
points. AgasBiz and  local points.
19:36���To Moutroal aud OUaaagan
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
iwer   department   H. C. B.  lt. Co., i���* "* "V
lacouver, with reference to the loci- . ,.  '
sn of poles for the purpose of car-'i
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Arrivals.
Montreal
Gold Watches tor Latiu-s from .12V5
IP-
Sliveg
|��.oo.
Watches,   gents'  open
Watches,    gents'
open  face
case.
7:-ill���From    	
Port   Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul,
Kootenay and Somas.
10: IS���From     Agassiz,
and local points.
16:15���Prom Vancouver.
18:45���From     Vancouver,
and local points,
20:40���From  Vancouver.
22:b2���From Montreal    and
points.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P
H.   C.   B.   FOSTER,  A.  G.   P.  A.
couver.
R.
Van
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3V_  to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agent.
Westminster Inn Works |j
Tenth
Phone
St.,   New
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Uprlver  Landings
The  New  Sternwheeler
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
~. E. Walsh      W. B. Walsh, Jr.
Factor!, ll* Uth St.
N��w
Wsstminstsr,
Phene 413.
We
doer*
mak*  a   specialty  ef   lr
steamed aid kite *\vi**\.
S. S. PAYSTREAK
AKJjf
| Co-
Leaves  Brackman-Ker  Millie.
PMy's wharf. New Westminster, wit*
passengerB and  freight  as follews:
Leaves New  Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Lea.es Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri
Say and Sunday at 7 a. in-
First Class Passenger Accommodatlor
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd
New   Westminster.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Priv.t. H.spltal.
223 Townsend St. Materii:.
and non-contajiotu medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone
Westminster
GARAGE
All
Kinds  of   Automobile
Accessories.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon   and   Sixth   St.   New
Westminster R. C., Phone 354.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates
of
n.e council met   in the   Municipal
hall  on  Saturday,   September   :',,   at]
-;';" b- in.   llis Worship Reeve Byrne
and all the councillors were present.
i'i e minutes of the meetings held
"" August  2ii and 25 were read and
ap] I.ned.
ir ��!;',! !-    , Bl  <!-   Wall<er,  .1.1'.,   presented   peti-
" .in.   n tion from over 500   property   owners
im ana is-abutting    on    Kdmonds      street,    re-
-. ami _i questing the council to construct side-
walks on then- streel  under the local
Improvement plan.   Tho petition wars
laid ,m the tabla pending tlie   adoption of ;i general scheme.
lie eve McNaught, of  North  Vancouver  district   municipality,   addressed
Ithe council  with  reference to taking
Stock   in   the  second   narrows   bridge.
.. ^le [ointed out to tbe council the ad-
22  vantage  tbey   would  derive  from   the
I construction   of   tbis   bridge.     Reeve
Lyme  informed  him  that  the council
would Rhe tbis matter tlieir most serious consideration and let hi.n know
later of thi lr decision.'
John  Qreen,  road  tax collector, ad-
"�� *** 211 *reBBe-1 the council with reference to
28 aid 24lmattei'8 Pertaining to tbe collection of
load  tin.    It  was  decided   that    Mr.
Qreen should submit bis difficulties ln
writing  and  same   would  be  referred
j to   the  solicitors   who   would   instruct
him. __ /
t omraunlcations   were   received   us
follows:
|    From W. McNeill, assistant general
j manager,     Western     Canada     Power
I company,  requesting  a  copy  <if  tho
amended light and power bylaw. Received and laid on the table.
Prom K. M. Wiltshire, secretary
Ratepayers' association, ward three,
enclosing cony of resolutions passed
and requesting an interview with the
council on the 17th inst. Request
granted.
From C. Hummel, manager light and I
power   department   B.  C.  B.   R.  Co.,
Vuucouve 	
tlon of poles for the purpose
.rying  electric  light   wires   to   T.   It
| Thomas' residence on lot 2, hlock lfi.
j D. L. 79.    Referred to a committee of
councillors    Hill    and   Coldicutt,    to
,point out the location of these poles.
From    Ratepayers'    association    of
ward six:
(a) Recommending to the council
the appointment of a road inspector
ro relieve tire councillors of toad
work.   Received and filed.
ibt That the council take up the
question of franchise and that same
be emended to all bona fide residents.
Received, and tbe clerk to inform
them that same will come up for dis I
oussion later.
ic)    As to unsafe condition of cul-
! vert on Vancouver road near Mr. Silver's residence.    The engineer report-
fed that same has been attended to.
From A.    J.  Hill, N. A., with    ref
ence to tbe approval of plan of blocks
Seatte  7  ,,I1(1 s   D   L   g7.    Resolved that  Mr.
Hill  be  informed  as there  is  no   evi-
Idence as to bis proposed subdivision
Nicola  | ejng approved that same is to be pre
pared  on  the  lines as   formally   re-j
i quested by the council.
From Li. J. Webb, applying for the!
position of wiring Inspector, Received'
and the clerk to Inform Mr. Webb
that Bame is bled for reference.
From F. C. Gamble with reference
o r: e gazetting of a thirty-three foot
road allowance on the west boundary
from off L). L. 127.
From the No th Coast Land company, stating that they were prepared
to donate a scon-foot strip of land
of block 205.    Received und  filed.
Resolved that the c erk write informing them that the council can ac-
e����t nothing less than thlrty-threq
feet. i
From   W.   A.  Duncan,   city   clerk, cept.d
New Westminster, iafitme council to|    ��*'
attend  at   reception   to   Sir   Wilfrid ��t .100 per ch.
Laurier at Queen's park on  Wednesday. August 24.   Clerk to write tha.k-
Ing the New Westmlsster council for
'the    kind    Isvlutloa   extended,    but
'same had arrived too late for any of
the council to avail themselves of it.
From W. McQueen, city clerk, Van
couver, W. A. Clement, engineer for
city of Vancouver, and F. W. Houltee
secretary water works, with reference
to water rates from reservoir in D. L.
ISO.    Referred to board of works.
j    The board of works beg to report as
follows:
Central Park Water Works.
Mr. Rumble reported that the reeve!
and himself had arranged to buy one
j motor tor $85. one jack for .20. and
one 500 gallon tank for $35. lt was
decided that G. Abbllt Inspect Mr.
K.cue's arrangement for pumping
water into tank, and if Mr. Abbllt
could not suggest anything better,
then the reeve and councillor Rumble
ihave power to act.
H.  V.  Shaw's   Petition.
Mr. Simw and others petitioned for
tbe (���eulng of Seventh avenue to bis
property.   He state.l that if tbis was
done lt would be a great convenience
as  it would  lessen  the  walking   distance. Resolved that Councillor Colcl-
and the engineer be a committee
the cost of opening up
Vancouver.
Okanagan.
Vancouver
��� e.
or persons who started this lire be ob-
talne.l by the engineer and thai the
clerk write and notify them that they
should be liable for the costs of fighting san.o by the corporation's wom-
men.
That Mr. Macpherson repoit ns follows:
la)    That   Mr.  Clay's   veranda   had1
been  damaged  by   blasting  under  the'
direction of Mr. Vernon and that Mr.
Kardwick bad been Instructed to repair same.
ib) That the roller broke into
drain on Sixth street, and that same
was being  tepnired.
That the reeve With two chairmen
of the board of works and the engineer, bo a committee to adjust wages
of foremen in the employ of the corpora tion.
That tenders be called for tbe pur-
Chase of another grader.
East Burnaby Water Works,
(a) Councillor Coldicutt reported
that Reeve Byrne has purchased a lot
(lot 4, block 4 1). L. 28) from Mr*.
Iloll, Last Uurnaby, as a site for the
East Burnaby well, and that the well-
drilling outlit weie in operation on
the ground.
Hi)    That   tire  road  to tbis   lot    bu
graded by Mr. Vernon's men.
Boundary    Road.
Philpot ii Sinclair's contract, Q. H.
Peake,   C.    M.   C,    South    Vancouver,
wrote   enclosing   letter  from   1).   Philpot  witli reference to error made in
computation by the engineer's staff as
to quantity  of excavation  nee.led  on
the Boundary road. Mr. Philpot pointed out that  be  bad  based  his tender
on tiiis incorrect amount and that this
error   meant   $745   difference    in   the
amount   of   his    tender.      Mr.    I'e.ike
stated that  bis council was prepared
to pay half of this amount, and wanted to know if Burnaby would do tiie
Resolved  that this matter be
.  ..  until the next council meeting.      ^	
Seventh   Avenue.
Thomas    Huggan    asking   for   two j
stumi s to be removed in front of his i
property  on  Seventh   avenue,      Resolved   that  Councillor   Coldicutt   re
port thereto.
That .1. J. Miller's letter with reference to construction of si lewalks on
Byrne l oad from car line to river he
eceived, and that he be notified that
tbe question of constructing sidewalks
in the municipality is under consideration.
Edmonds Water Works.
A. J. Henderson, engineer for the
water works. Kdmonds, wrote, stating that he would atterrd to the question of tlie defects in tbe tank and
I tower of this system. Resolved that It
Ibe referred to water committee.
Resolved that tire Boundary road he
(slashed and burnt for thirty three
.chains north from D. L. 175.
That   tiie  boulevard  Ire   burnt   and
ditch cleaned out on South road from
Rumble   road   south   to    North    Arm j
road, a distance cf thirty-three chains.)
Tbat Hie Gray road 1 - graded (wm
tire Victory  road to the Jubilee road
and that the Hast boulevard be brushed and logged.
i That the Moscrop road be graded,
|a width of twenty teet. fioru Halley
'avenue to Guichon road,
i That, a cut an I fill be made at tbe
junction of Fourth street with Fourth
avenue.
��� That councillor Stride had ordered
two wooded water tanks and receptacles for coul from the Royal City
Planing Mills, at a cost of $35 each,
and that same would be completed in
a short time.
I    That   the  following tenders be ac-
The engineer leported on the I'.. C,
IS.   R.   Co.'s   plans   of   tlieir   crossings
over   tbe   roads   as    noted    below    in
Burnaby.    The  council   decided   that
the crossings on tbo Boundarv'. Douglas,   Haszard,   Storment,   Cumberland
and  Cariboo roads, were satisfactory.]
But   to   the   Pole   Line   roa.l   crossing
the following objection is taken:   The
elevation of four feet  eleven   Inches.
was considered too high, a three-foot
grade   being  preferable,  owing  to  the.
contour   of   the   land    and    provision
should   be   made   for   the   carrying  of
the   water   that   accumulates    on    the
liiM11 side of the grade.   The clerk was
Instructed to write to B. C. 10. R. and
get.   plans  of  the   crossings   over   the
following   roads:     Roberts   and   Nursery roads and Tenth avenue.
lf funds were unliable, it was decided that the boulevard on the Vancouver road be cleared and rough
graded.
lt  was  moved   by  Councillor  Coldicott,   seconded    by   Councillor    Stride
that   the   Burnaby   water   works    construction  bylaw  be  reconsidered  anl
! finally passed.
| Councillor Coldicutt and Rumble reported favorably on the granting of a
loan of $t'it)0 to Kdward S. and Jaue
I C. ,Brown.
The   Reeve  reported   that   be
Isold the horse for $175.
The monthly accounts for pay
$11,267.93, and contracts $5.
were passed.
Tbe   following   specifications
approved:
11 )    The  grading  of   Moscrop
from  Halley avenue to Gulchon
twenty-foui
one section.
(2)    Grading
Cumberland road to Newcombe road
twenty-two chains more or less in one
i ection.
(3) Grading Newcombe roil trom
Seventh avenue to Ki. th avenue five
cliains In one section.
i-i) Regradlng Gray road trom the*
Victory road to the Jubilee toad in
one Bectlon.
The committee reported as to the
approximate cost of atreet lighting.
| it was resolved that the balance of
the oil be distributed on the Vancouver road commencing from Oben'a
store. Central park.
The council then adjourned until
Saturday, September 17, at 2:::o p. m_
SECOND
HONEYMOON
OF   AN   AGED
COUPLE
chains   more   or   less
Seventh   avenue
Kenton, Ohio, Sept. S.���As quaint
a romance as was ever written down
In fiction has found its ending hare,
in real life.
I'nuip  Curr  remarried  to the  wife
! lie  lost ln   the  turmoil  of  the   Civil
, war, nearly half a century ago. Is enjoying   with   ber   bis   second    honeymoon.    They  were  reunited  ln   wedlock a few days ago, but It was only
Vesterdav    that:    the    facts    became
known  as  to  their  real  life  history,
beparated   by   raiding  guerillas,  who
captured the Federal malls. divorcedU
because of a believe.1 desertion: <;acl��
remarried, and each again vowed they
found   tlie   love  of   tlieir    youth    still
aflame   upon   an    accidental    meeting;
not  long   since,  and   their   new   be-
throthal followed at once.
I     Carr   Is   now   seventy-four  yeirs  of
from age, and his wife sixty-eight.
had '
rolls
549.10
were
road
road
n
PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18/2   Knots
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) MONDAYS and FRIDAYS
at  11:30  P.M. for PRINCE   RUPERT   and   STEWART.
Monday's steamer makes close connection at Prince Rupert with
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Masset, Kincolith, Naas Bay, Charlotte
City, Lockeport, Jedway, Ikeda Buy, etc.
S.
Friday's steamer makes clote  connection   at
5. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Massett, Kincolith
Prince   Rupert   with
Naas Bay, etc.
Leaves Vancouver  (Johnston's Wharf)  WEDNESDAYS AND
UrtDAYS   at   2   P.M.   for   VICTORIA  and  SEATTLE.
3AT-
and   full   information,  passen^rr
or
L.
For va'es, time tables. booKle'.s,
fieiiiit, apply to
V. DRUCH, Commercial  Age it.    H. G,  SMITH. City
533 Granville Stre-t, Vancouver.    Phone 7100.
TRANSATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP
GENERAL   AGENC
Pass.  Agev
LINES.
��� I
Does That Strenuous Boy Need
A Clothes Doctor?
Seventh stiMt to C. Lindquist
road  to C.  Lindquist  at
Blrtch    ��
to
�� Sla-
on
Seventh
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston ond Voncoow
Str. TRANSFER
,     ,    , i P   M   dally except Saturday.
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at i r, ��'.
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Ticket, at b. c. e. R. ticket omce and^^o^\Me*_
trie cars leave Steveston etery heur (on the halt
"see th. Fan^u. Frsser R.vr 0W^*"J*> ^
Rom* tri. ��cket. t* 8te,��t~. Bat��r��ay �����������������
and
Rleo-
|cutt ^^
to report ^^^
��� -it?*   of   v"��'-""
twenty-three  chains  of
Murchie   Road.
Ce��il   Thompson   wiote
en. e to the  impassible  C
this road.    Resolved that  the
ue   leferted   to  councillor
opening of Albert sue.
r��Si��"*����� s&ff, a
cil lor
!    T
sion
(b) Cliff
$9 per ch.
(c) Triumph    road
Davis at $4 p��r ch.
(d) Gilpin road to Philpot
clalr at J28 per ch.
That tenders be called for the following work to be done by SepU ruber 15.
| (a) For the construction of boulevards on tire southeast side from
Sixth street to Fourth stieet for a distance of thirteen cliains.
I (b�� For the construction of eight
chains of Fourth avenue. i
| (c) For the construction of four]
cliains of road from Pole line road to;
block 3, 1), L. 86.
:    ul)    For the digging of a ditch on j
Roberts road from a v oitit  about two |
cliains west of the Burnaby Lake tram
line right of  way, to a  point   of   ten :
chains east of the Pole Line road.
te) For the grading of twenty-six
chains of Johnston rorr 1 from B.i.i-
brldge to Phillip road.
| tf) For the grading of Turner
street from Carlton a\enr:e west foi
a distance of four cliains.
i Sidewalks.
I     (a)    That   the  council   introduce  K
hylaw  to  provide  wooden   sidewa ks
for a term of fifteen years.
hub  "P      ,l>'    Tliat  tlie c011111''1  ar|d the en-
�����d   and sineer engage  a  conveyance  an.l   go
ave- aver the municipality and gather data
where  to  put  the  6idewalks,  and  at
the same time deal with the quet-tioa
With   refer- of lighting the municipality.
:ondltion-of I     That R.  H. Sperling, general inana-
mntter ger B. C  E.  R, had written   stating
Strido  and  that his company were willing to con
and   at
struct culvert for the purpose of cou
ducting   water  across   their  right   cf
way fom the Roberts road.
Boundary   Road.
Philpot   &.  Sinclair   contract.     Resolved   that    the   council    pay    their
shine and that the Engineer check up
error and that the nratter bo left la
the  bands   of   the  Inteimunlclpallty
committee to deal with.
'    Councillor   Coldicott   reported   that
He certainly does, if, for
any    reason,    his clothes
do not wear or fit as they
should.    We  ar.  specialists on boys' clothes und
would like   to   take   ilia
case in hand.
We have a great variety
of handsome, durable fub-
llcs tailored    by   experts
at making hoys' clothes.
Suits for boys from seven
to fifteen years of a
se.
$3, $5, $6 to $15
Also seventy boys' tluee-
I lece suits carried over
from last season: values
to .8.00 for $3.00. Call
and invest!, ate this extraordinary bargain
Ml Sizes, $3X0
Come here for relief from
boys' clothes troubles.
Boys' headgear and    toggery as well as cloth's.
See Our Special Men's
Three-Piece Serge Suit $15.00
;;;;;,' M, Mayne ^^^y sidSS^idT^o^TS: g ^^ ^^ ^^
t0 lake his traction engine awa>   resuie of roum,iUoI.K Rum.  B ���^ m^ B   K^ W^ f I      ��
>��da>' -""V   , ���      Road Fire ble and Stride to deal with     He��� ,.so ; ��� |^ |��� ���   [JJ ^�� \. V^T  ���
_.    RB P-�� *t  t��R Oo'fd  councillors   reported  of  ha^ng  subm tun    V e   ,��� |^[LI   ***-*^ ^^ ^��� ���^
Mondavi  D*__rl    Flr�� Die   UUU    oui����    v~  ~ ...    __       ��...i
 �����.h Fn* hRV,      submitted       est-,
lna,   ��     Hm- for ern  Canada Power company  light to
Hill and Coldicutt "**��**����*& tie soUcUors. That the clerk write;
C. Buckoll to appear before tnen no aB8l8tant general manage an account to the origin of this \ft-_  ���WnK im, to make appointment;
f"e' **.   MX****** Flf�� W 'tUftt th^ mlght dl8C"BS "" QUe9''
>T_.t ufiKK. ���� P-aP. tio, thoroughly, . _
,      The Store of Satisfaction
601 Columbia St.       New WMtmihster
**�� PACK FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY. SEPTEmbE
Mi  :
1 ;��t^v   -..__i.
R '. 19in
The DaS8y News
Published by Tbe Dally .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their oilices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
t. A.  P.iige Managing Director
*_*___**, ��K___T____mmi^^
. K*   ^-^H
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9,
TOWARDS  CONCORD.
)10.
|  LEES LIMITED j
We Furnish Your
Ho me   Co mp le te
unfoi i unate dis; ute bei wi en
t up > and the D. C. Electric Rail- j
way ci mpanj In i egaffd to tl e Coquitlam dam qui iti n has advani ed to a
more definil ��� and, wo venture to
thinl . more satisfai tory stage to-
wai .- Its di :' mination. We s ty
satii factory becaus ��� ll Is now i isde
clear thai the majoi Ity of the ald< r-
men are no longer inclined Lo I IIoa
the i bsti uctlve lead sel by Maj i r
Lee,    Here we iy I hai thi   i
Indi    ��� .���- I ���  VI y i man We s'.
iiotb d  whi ilted in  the
i     11.     ol      ���       tyoi     letter to the
: ,i    lon   bo ird  cl   the   B.  C,   Eh 111:
Railwaj co npanj and I i plj of I  .
��� '. Irn an o   tl rd thereto,    But
for motion it 1 that
pi    . ���  \. ould  m ��� er  liave   seen    t his
11 ,;.   i.;.| ortanl  corn   ,      lence     T I
by i' e way, ii v, e c.-.
.     ely no 1   pail lai ; i i son can read
s   i   i       o i       rs will    it arrlvin    a
the i   nclai li n th il    the    vlt        and
feelinj    of the citize:    in thii   i    ttei
h ��� ��� .���    unfair];     repi    ented    by
Ii i; ir Lee. In facl the li ter o
woi ship, ladi ii v. ith verboi ity, Is
sadlj misleadin ;, '.,:.; ing regai d t >
the fi -'; thai ;; was addressed to a
body of i usiness men many thousands
of miles away from this city,
We musl take exception to tbe
Mayor's statement that the officials
of the B, ('. Electric railway did not
lend the city "their support as readily i
as they should have done" in regard
to tbe Coquitlam dam enquiry. The
(.niro history of this most, unfortunate difficulty shows that these officials
have always been most ready and
anxious to aid in the solution of the
difficulty. Nor do we consider it at
all fair for Mayor Lee to assert that
the cancellation of    the    city's    land
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LCE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.       716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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.Ma\or Lee who Is Uie all important
facl or In the opj osil lon to I he company's undertaking, rendering Impovt-
ant  develops > nts difficult  if nol    Im-
20,000 MILE M0 TGUii
possible, ami nol  the citizens
Westminster.
i. t    reply   of    Mr.    R.  . I.  I lorne |
Paj i.e. chairman of t he I. mdon bi ird I
< f t he coinrni), Is, we consider, I
oughly fair an I busin      like : i ���
i ;'  \i"..   Thomas   H.   Varney   and   Party   Leave
Spokane for 3000 Mile Jaunt In
Pacific Co.ist States.
Spoknni      Sepl
;    er.    ft ret eals  the  giuti"j ing  eir   ..
Varm   .   ol    Sai
c in b in. e i lial these genth       i have
I epl i hemi elves well ; oste I upon I
e ol sub    "   i . I    rs i nd ai ���
pei i   tlj conven ant    v. Ith   t he i ntlre
.iiuation.    Il   :. a1 i s  clear  also  thai
Ihi   i i ��� i:! ;���  '. ���   done all that it pos
sibly   could   do, begi id) iiij    no   < ���
I e..se. to ens ire    the   qua  titj    and
cf :: e city's ��,.* r snj ply i nd
the y of the dam. In this panicu-
lar II din itlj joins   issue,   with
. i nents made In .Mayor L< e's letter as to the dis Incllnal Ion of I he
c ��� pi :..- 's officials i i assisl In this
k sj e '.
'i ie company Instructe I its enj I-
di er, we are told, "thai in his plans
: e   must   pi Imarily  secure
���. Hiomas 11. B
Francis o,
panled by Mrs. Varney, I Aileen
Warn a and Walter '!'. Vai i ey, has
started i the lai lap i 2 DO mile
a il imol lie i ur. The part) lefl I
kane for Pu el Si und ��� ��� Si tember
n and n I rei rn ho u by a ty of
In I .!. Oregon, N'i a la and
(!aliforni i, the 11Ip co. e; i i - moi e
than 31    i miles.
"We have   i ravellfi 1    I 1,07 I    miles
. Ince  i   .'. ing   San   Fran dsco  on   De-
I i,"   sai 1   Mr.   \\ i nej.    "Wo
are now on the way to Walla Walla,
..   . hem ���   wi   . ball go to Seatl le,
ind   racoma
:  ence to Mounl Rainii
rhen we will go to Cradle and  Klamath   Lakes,   through   Modoc   count)
into Keno. an.l home by  way of Lake
tbe   ab30-i Tahoe."
Mr. Varney was formerly president
the safety of tho dam, the of ,llc   ^'(i��<';il    Billposters' assocla-
.....       , . . ,, tlon.   While in Spokane he conferred
anv  faull   in   which   woul 1   ���,(f,    ,,., ., ,  ���f   ,.    ,    ,    ,.,     ,        ,
wiui  President  Klelser, Charles   Lar-
lute parity of the city's water sa;   :,.
and   .   .   .
loss  of oi
necessarily cost the company severaijkin and other members of the Pacific
million    dollars."      That    these    in- Coast Billposters' association,    whi b
structions were    carried    out ls welllhas ���>"*' closed its annual session    in
known, and that as a resull Mr. J. F.
Freeman, the Dominion government
engineer, long since certified that the
interests of the city weie perfectly
safeguarded.    We  know,  tco,  that  if,
this city.
Correspondence
as pointed out in the fourth paragraph
of Mr. Home Payne's letter, the mat-       (The Daily Xews is not responsible
,    , , .,.-.,-        . i , I for the opinions expressed by its cor-
. rant   around Coquitlam  lake by the ter bad been dealt with in a fair and respondents.)
Dominion   government   was   effected proper spirit the  whole thins would] 	
"presumably through the influence of|have becn djs;)0sed ot ln a few weeks. | SCHOOL TRUSTEES' CONVENTION
your officials."    We are not aware of
the  slightest  ground   for  such  an  as-
.Thus tbe city would have heen saved
r.erticn.    Even  If there were it  would
from the loss wliich it has sustained
have been far wiser and more courte- through the needless and unjustifiable
ous to have left such a thing unsaid, prolongation of the opposition to tlie
considering    the    strained    relations company's scheme by Mayor Lee.
which    already    exist    between    the
It   is   ridiculous   for   the   .Mayor   to
continue to assert, in the face of the
Mayor, as representing the city, and
the officials of the company.
We are most anxious that the city f unimpeachable  testimony and  certifl-
sliould possess the very best possible cates of experts to the contrary, that
means  cf    inter-communication,    and
are aware that the .'Millside and Lulu
island   car   line  extensions   would   be
of the  greatest,  value  and  advantage
to Xew Westminster, the former more
particularly so.    But this is no reason
for an attempt being made to impose
upon  the  London  hoard  of the  B.  C.
Electric railway.    Mayor Lee's presentation of the circumstances in regard
to .Millside make it appear that this
is  some  distant  point  altogether  cut
off from communication with this city,
tind that by  reason  of  the proposed
car line thereto not being constructed
the owners of the Fraser Mills have
been  put to unnecessary expense    in
providing a local store, and their employees put to a great inconvenience.
But everyone familiar with the operation of a large mill  like this knows
Perfe :tlj  well that, a store is Invariably  established  in  connection    therewith.   As to means of communication,
the Canadian    Pacific    runs    several
tralm   daily  to Millside station,   and
tho igh  this does not  by any means
afford such ample facilities for getting
to and fn m this di I ��� icl as we would
Editor,  Daily Xews:
Sir���Tlie citizens pay tbe expenses
of ihe delegates to this convention at
Kelowna next, week and they ought to!
be informed  what they are likely  to
get for  their good   money.
ln 1908 at Revelstoke, a prominent
member, now a vice president, said
he would not permit a resolution to
pass that reflected on the government. When it was pointed out tbat
a resolution, though In favor of fair
play for the school children, yet reflected on the government, it was
promptly   voted  down.
In 1907 at Xew  Westminster. President Peebles called a delegate to or-
justification   whatever   for   the   stand j der and said he would not permit him
he has taken and continues to take in  t0 say anrthtnS that reflected on the
government.
the city is "not sufficiently protected
against possible disaster at the works
at Lake    Coquitlam."    There    is    no
Royal Worcester Corsets
Without doubl the bi   I     edium priced corsel  on  the   \mei
tlnent.    Style nnd c unfoi I  ar   the  leadl
Royal Won ester Corsel - < n lai ce   ind   be mtifj   evei
Ing the form Into the - lines that appeal to the
Prices from $1.75 to $4.50
D. & A. Corsets
A widely known corse' thai Ins made a reputation by the u
materials and scientific methods in making an I design In    The
are intended to suit all purses.
From $1.00 to $4.00
this matter and we are glad to see
that the members of the council have
now declared themselves of this opinion by passing the resolution of Alderman Carter Smith calling for a meeting between the officials of the B. C.
The minister of education was asked this question last session. Q.
Do.es the published report of that convention held in 1907 (printed by tlie
government), state that Premier McBride said he would be pleased to
carry out all their resolutions���if he
could? A. The department has not
a copy of the published report of the
Electric  railway  and  the  council.    It convention.
is a  great  pity  that  such  a decision!     The department thus shows that it
j takes  so  little  interest in  what   was
wus not   reached    months    ago.    For  done by the convention that it has not
such a meeting we have pleaded time even got a copy of the report, though
, ��� .,, ��, ,  ,     printed  by  the  king's   printer.   Since
anl   again.     The   company s   officials   the   con.ention   Is   expected   to   pour
have always been anxious for such   a only taffy   on  the   government,  why
| should  the  department  trouble  about
what it does and  why should the citizens   pay   the  expenses  of  delegates
for such  support?
.1.   X.   MUIR.
see the old good feeling with the city |     Victoria, September 7, 1910.
and  its representatives restored    and 	
desires nothing more than to advance
the interests of tlie city in every way,
meeting, and now Mr. Home Payne
adds the assurance tnat "the H. C.
Electric   railway   heart lly   desires     to*
Sixteen   Nationals   Coming.
Sixteen National players will   prob-
desire, yet be    said    thai   so long as thc- interests ot the  rail- !l!,ly '""I:" the trip   the twelve reg,,-
lars,   an I    Ducket.!.    Hoa
there Is al  present  "no
for getting to the   city.'
other points    tn the    M
which are open to objection, hut   we
���will not trouble fart he.,- with i lies - be-
convenience (way are not unduly sacrificed.'
There    aro
uchamp,  Bou.
We  Ilanne and Lavlolette.   Laviolette was
Blgned up last week.    Two directors,
hope, therefore, that an early confer- ,.
���ors    lette - Coach     Shiner     White,   and     Trainer
' ence  wdll  now he  arranged    and    an  Noseworthy,   will   be    in   the    official
parly, and a number of friends of the
amicable  BOlution   to  the  whole  dil'fi-
aying thai the predominance of   culty be arrived at.
cluh also likely to come on their own
account.
Harass*
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY CO.!
Commencing Sunday, August 21, the
train for Kootenay, St. Paul and Chicago will leave at 15:05 instead of
16:25.
Passengers for Port Moody and
Barnet can leave at 16:45 and ariive
at Port Moody at 18:27. Ed. Goulet.
agent. **
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to Monday, September 12, 1910, for the erection and
completion of a Church Building on
Sixth avenue.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the residence of Kev. F. S. Okell,
Twelfth street and  Eighth avenue.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
j. w. Mcdonald, sec.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where It will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanitary Hylaw.
By Order, S. .1. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June 13. 1910.
At last a Positive Cure has been found for
ASTHMA
in the Now Famous INDIAN HERB CURE
Manufactured and  put up in Victoria, B. C, by J. F. Fitzpatrick,
Address:    628 Hornby, Vancouver.    Phone  R 4845.
t Coming to  New Westminster Shortly���address  later.
This Is one more proof of the effllcacy of the Asthma Cure.   Hear
what the Victoria lady has to say about the Asthma Cure.
1123 North Park St.,
Victoria, B.C., October 28, 1909.
Mr. Fitzpatrlck, .      ,
I am writing this to let you know what a great relief I lune rounu
your asthma   cure.    I have suffered  from asthma for ten  years,
have tried so many different remedies  and  have  found  nothing
have given me such great relief as your asthma   cure,   and by
tlnuallv taking it, I think 1 will find it a cure.
I MRS. MAV WIT 1^.
that
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See our list of Residences for Sale situated
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FIRST FOOTBALL GAME
AT COQUITLAM TOMORROW
ach does    noi vast.
'eaches
Full Weight, 20 lb.   Box
9Qcts. Per Rox
ajmt"''~~W^;'7r'tt*T*ii. im
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal,JSpring Chicken or anything- else
that is good in the meat line. ��� You can sure get it at
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Id ose from.   Tom '.-:.
n will, of course, n it
play.    '1 : ei e    is    Sand;.
...   Galbraith, Tom Gifford
Jim   Q lfi ' .    Goorg
Spring,  Bill    Turn-
ey,    Punk Wintemute,
umpy Spring, llu. hie
e Latham.    Pete and
iablj  be the ones   to
lance, although there
when   another  of  the
g to fall off a telephone
ED1ATES PLAY
liAME ON SATURDAY
^^^^^^    First Dcfenol
e    work    has |
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nd le a Corn-
made   i
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Decarii i a fool        ; layi .
Second Defence.
Clement,   like   the   other   def ni i
I the Nationals, di sei ves a
���' oi praise for his good work.   He is
���  ���;. i lng player and  plays the game
the start    n   was in Cornwall
that  Clement    r<     Ived    his    athletic
itlon, bul he went  afterwards to
W odstock an I    Osl awa,   where   he
figured    in    a    number    of    lacrosse
i  ii Iness took this valuable
man to Montreal and it was not long
bei  re the National dirt ctoi s had their
ejes on him.
Third Defence.
Lachapelle played a clean and
tricky defence game for the Nationals
this year and is looked upon as one of
the best men in the game. Lachapelle
Qrsl played for junior teams. He
graduated into senior company a number Of years past, and the National
followers aie pi oad of his good work.
Centre.
Secnurs has played a wonderful
game at centre for the new champions, his heady woric doing much to
place his team at tho head of the V
L. 1". He, like a number of his team
mates, is a "Factory Town Hoy." After
his arrival in Mont real a number of
years ago, ho showed what he was
able to clo with the Nationals II., and
was promptly admitted to the senior
team.
Third Home.
lMiltide is a Montreal bred boy. bavin . learned the game on the old Sham-
rook grounds, where he figured on a
number of junior teams, lie was
taken along with the Nationals some
time ago to Toronto, and given a
chance. He proved a useful man and
has Bince helped Ihe Nationals to win
many of tlieir hard fought battles.
Second Home.
Gauthler has made a name tor himself dining this summer, his fast work
and good fielding helping the Nationals greatly in their many matches of
(he N. I.. U. title, He is a Motitrea'er,
having learned lo play Ihe game in St
Henri! He figured on the Junior National twelve some time ago. and from
there, was promoted to senior ranks.
He has always heen regarded as a
daring little man and makea the best
0I them bustle I i keep up with him.
B First   Home.
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5 :         2        -i        2 Newsy, the leader of the new cham-
: alysla of the above will pious.' is a flne borne num. he   being
city championship   la probably the highest    ������"'
:: bj  any moans.    If Sap- player for the    year
��ed, tomorrow,    the    last played tor Cornwall for a number ol
Rover:-, with Strengthened Team, Wil
Meet  Second   Civision  Champions
New Men on Lineup.
at
|:��rtons and   Reginas to Clash
Ktcrs  Park   Tomorrow   After.
noon���Match Is Important.
i and Sapperton lacrosse
:-s will  i   In a regular league
tt al Queens park at two o'clock
ti moon, when a stiff bat-
Is   expected,    as these  are the
��-e leaders   this   year and both
N are now    in    good    shape, the
||jj having kepi   up steady practice
d ite.    The match  Is to be
'*(-i by a practice game between
mals and the senior nma-
I imes will remain to be
fter Saturday   between    the
I the West Enders. These
','" Pulled off as preliminaries to
I   tp   matches,  although  no
I ave yet   heen made.
"   ia   the    intermediate    league
Won. Lost, Drawn
4
paid     lacrosse
1910,    Lalon.de
The  Rovers wll!    plaj    tlieir    first
d ��� i his si ason i n Saturday, when
I he> w i:i Journe; to w t ��� tminster
Junction to meel the champion Coquitlam team, li will onlj be a prac-|
tici mati h, bul it oughl to be a good
one at that. The Coquitlamers are
champions of the second division and
were talked ol foi flrsl division this
year, for thej can Burelj play football, and the Rovers are supposed to
lane a better team than they had
las:  year,
The following is the team which is
requested to assemble at the C. P. R.
station at 2:60 p.m. without fall:
Goal, Sampher; hacks. Lyons and
Kirby; halves. Bruce, Brisbane and
Sawyers: forwards, lla><s. McAllister,
Sinclair. Taylor and Shawcross. iif
serves.   Holland   and   Keiguson.
Seven of the men on the line up
are old acquaintances, while Samplier,
McAllister. Sinclair and Taylor aro
recent  additions and will appear   in
public   In   this   district  for     tlie     first
lime on Saturday,
The club Buffered a had loss Just a
few days ago when Waddie Robertson left the city for Clayoquot.
Robertson was one of tlie mainstays
of the team last year and be will be
missed badly. Others who have gone
away are Hartley, who used to play I
goal; Frank Locke, one of the speediest forwards ever seen here, and
Badenoch, who played a few games
towards the end of the last season.
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ROY PEARSON NOTIFIED
OF SUSPENSION FROM LEAGUE
Roy PearBon has been officially
not Hied by l.eo Sweeney, secretary-
treasurer of the P. 0. A. L, A., of his
disqualification from playing in amateur lacrosse matches until July 2,
1911, as a result of B complaint
arising out of the Calder Incident In
Vancouver,
While admitting responsibility tor
the accident to ('aider. Pearson main
mins the blow which injured tho Vancouver player was quite accidental as
he was checking his man closely at
the time     No one regrets the affair
more  than   Pearson,  who  keenly  feels
the pnnlshmenl meted oul to blm for
an offence v.hich haa often been duplicated on the lacrosse field withoul
any official notice being taken of the
same.
We have both
the   Okanagan
and the Washington  Peach ,
Just Ready for
Preserving
\rm
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The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Contractors and
House Builders
We nave a tui I   line   oi   tne   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., Ltd.'l
_ ,   ' Mine in which the boys from I years,    plaj lng    between    '   ��       'l;';
'  figure, and  the  Regina.-.  Com Cornwall he wenl to Vancouver
... ,ames against  the  where he played a year.   After aim
I the  Reginas ami Bap- ol pr hos. Lalonde was finally ca��
��s��<-' for the championship,   tf .wed  bj   the  Nationals, and.ht.has
torrow and loses   the certainly done good work for^ tnem.
w�� games, the three teams are
last
the championship.
'Neeni
I
Besides being one of the hest. home
�� Kegina breaks even on | players ln lacrosse. Newsj  is also   a
and  loses tomorrow,: ���<��!ed hockej   player, having   ngurei
gets   the   ehnmnlnnshln I on   both   the   Canadians  and   tilt   Ken
frew teams la rt .ear.
Outside  Horre.
Dussault, although nol as showy   a
player as iome ot tbe I �� ��.'��"���'����
SgS a wonderful game during this
He    has    played    fo     ttif
years now,   having
p.. '"Te   Enough   to   Worry.
an i
��an v ' "'ilun*e
y> Easte n
Him
u I'
It. is apparent
team can only hope
flnto Cup under west-
Heaven help the West-
"up ever gets back  to
,Go" Club  Meeting.
J1 ^etln   ^_^^^^^_^^^^^^_
I tnoae Interest In the
W 0{f        ��� I Wltl he held in the
at ,r        ">r,is. Vancouver, to
'���'��� .  , I  sight o'clock.    A
II   i-   desired   from
[talT   :!rM if- ^ hoped all  who
;     ::i do so.
summer.
Nationals   three   . - ��.��.!.��
beei imported nom Ottawa where he
ti_.i:ed in the National twelve of that
Inside   nome.
im
Inside  Home.
I.arr.oureux  has made    a good
res sion among the lacrosse fans this
his   swift,   shot   lias   given
lot. of  trouble,
is    the
vear. and ^^^^^^
manv a go ilki eper a
Sen to Lalonde,  Lamouren*
pt |   ,. ne ���������  champions. He
came In Montreal, and
wme    the    National
rest scorei
(itm\ pi tyod 'I'R
for a  tew : '���'���
colors. Prom the Nationals he Jumped to the  Mascottes,    bul    returned
again to t lie old camp after pi i\ Ing
two years, and lias i ince figured OH
their line-up,
The Coach.
Shiner White, (lie National lacrosse
coach, began his career In Quebec.
After moving to Mmi km! he Joined
the famous Green Leafs, dom then
on he played with tbe Shamrocks anl
the old Nationals as well as a number Of other teams Tiie year 1902
found Shiner With the Shamrocks, and
heing seriously hurt In a gime with
Montreal, retired for the season. The
following season found him again with
the Nationals) the last team he played
with. This season Shiner Is the National coach, working hard in conjunction with the players.
The Trainer.
Trainer Noseworthy Is one of the
hest In the husiness. He has made
his name with the Victoria Hockey
club as well as with the Nationals,
and has heen uniformly successful. He
is a brother of Billy Noseworthy, for
years the eharopioji cross country
snowshoe runner.
TRUSTEE  KILLER WIRES
REGRETS FOR THE DELAY
Vancouver, Sept. x.���.toe Lally, Fred
Killer and  John  11.   Ilohlnson  aie the
trustees for the Mann Cup, bul they
aie unable tO fix dales for the amateur Championship competition yet,
though pressed by the V   h, c  to do
so ill   once.     Last   night   the  following
wire was received by the vac, from
Fred  Killer, at   Toronto;
Sony for delay in   answering your
wire.    Roblnsi n t n away.   Cannot
give you definite date fot week or
ten days. Will likely have to arrange
tournament bere between challengers.
Will advise you as early as possible."
The Hi ltish Columbia champions
are lendy to leave for the Kast at any
time, bul they will postpone any move
until after they receive the dates. In
all likelihood they will start, from
here a week from Saturday.
���
��� A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
t on view at Gray's
t     Diamond Kings from   $15.00 to $200.00
I     l'earl Kings from    $2.50 to $15.00
- Klnes with assorted stones ns pearl  and  diamond,   pearl   and  ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER  AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
Game    Sports.
(lame   spurts,   tliose   Nationals,   and
i heir   determination    to  go after   the
Cup without hesitation when informed
that  their   request   in  regard  to  the
appointment of an eastern official had
inot, met with the trustees'    approval
i wlll add numerous ndmlrers to their
already long list hereabouts. The Cup
.holders will not find them so eaSy to
beat  ns   Montreal.     -They  have   the
speed to match against  Ihe speed of
the coast champions, and lf they ever
manage to get two or three goals ln
front, their grand defence wlll do the
I rest.   New Westminster, on their own
grounds,    are   practically   Invincible,
land though it. is not likely that the
rFreiichmen    will   win,   they   Will   be
i close enough at the end to give the
Cup   aggregation   some   anxiety.���To-
lictito News.
Is Your
Home
Insured?
If not. why nol lake out a policy  In, one  of tlie  Independent  flre
insurance companies I represent ?
The cost is so small that'yoi cannot afford ip 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
667 Columbia Street
Phone 62 V:
'������M
P
l i
PAGE  SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMbe
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
iOARD OF TRADE���NEW WhiST-
minster Board of Trade meets in the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on tne tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at -o p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. N'ew members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. ���*��� H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltu.-,
house painting, kalsonnuing, paper
banging and decorating. Sixtn
street,  New Westminster.
DEFENCE OF AUSTKAUA      0. T. P. CLOSES DEAL
INCREASES TDE DODGET    FOR SITE FOR DIG HOTEL
C.   H.
MACHINE   WORKS.
TttH) SCHAAKE MACHINE WuKtva
Limited. Front street. New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macninery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared
Commonwealth  Shows    Big
Gain, Due to Gener.ti  Prosperity
of  Island Continent.
Revenue   Railway   Company    Secures    Property
Valued at  Nearly Three  Hundred
Thousand   Dollars.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. OW
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
FIRE   APPLIANCES.
Filth; EXTINGUISHERS
est    in     lire     (l.htin
K.    I lar; is    ,<���    Co.,    Lavery   block
Columbia street.    Phone 65fi.
MONUMENTAL   WORKS.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND OttGANS TUNED AND
repaired hy your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone L615.
LABOR AGENTS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmen'al t��uil)stom-s. budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction pusraitee*,
ftOliUDbia  street.  N*w   ��W��ruiln��ter
.Melbourne Australia. Sept., 7. -
Premier Fisher piesented the Com-
l'HK l.AT- monwealth budget today. The revenue
apparatus, last year was ��15,638,440, an increase
over tiie piece ling year of ��1,187,647.
Customs and excise showed a gain for
the year of ��793,050, the total
revenue being ��11,593,050. This, the
premier said, was a splendid showing.
ls largely
Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneauie.
Cars leave Vaucouver for New West,
minster at 5:50, 0:50. 7:20 aud 8:0U
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until  U:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:60, 0.20, C:50, 7:20 and
S:00 a.m., and every half hour them
alter   unill   11:00   ..m.
Sjnday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver tor New West
minster at S:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
I     11:30 p.m.
Victoria, Sept. v���The option taken
by the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
company tm the site for their big new
hotel, to be built on Government
street opposite the parliament buildings, has been taken up, and one more
block   added,   in   order   to   round   out I ,__��� ,���   ., ._ ...    .    ,_  .
Cars leave New  \\ esttnin��ter for Van
couver at ":00 a.m.. and e?<*ry half
hour  thereafter  until  11   p.m.
the site.   The price to be paid for tne |
thej
COAST    LABOR    AGENTS!    MANA-
ger G. J. Sykes), (52 Powell street,
Vancouver.     Plione   3575.     Prompt ,
attention   given   to   all   orders   for HOTB3I
male   help.    Ring   us   up,   wire  or j
write if unable to visit us. '
The estimated    revenue    ���, ._.,.--. .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
due to the general  prosperity in  the  whole will be $291,000, for wbicl
Commonwealth, and  totals     ��16,841,- companv   will   get   considerably   over i Eburne  Line
629, including �� 1,000,000 on the   land two acres of land facing Government CarB  lea?e   N>w   Westminster   at   '
tax. i street  and  running all  the  way  from |     . '        ���, eTerT hour'until'11   n'm   '
The estimated expenditure will    be  Belleville street to KlUott street. i cl .'" \___*__ J. '?"r   ,.7    '   _���-���
the same total, including old age pen-      n  ls understood that the Hotel will 1    everr hour-until 10 nm
s1i.0.,i.',nif-'-ll7,IA";0'    a"    '""T6,, ��!  be  bU,U  next   BprlD*' HB  Ul�� u'u'MaOn  Sundae can,  leave   Westminster
��572,000;   iron bonus,   ��42,000;   lleet  w)>0 at presenl occupy the bouses will 1    -at g ��� ���' t0 in ., , Br
unit,  ��860,000; military stores,  ��200.   have to move at the end of the jrear.lon Bnndara rat, |������ vn���mll.��� ���,
000; military college, ��10,000; federal     Whlle ���ie pMBfint 8,to la uinp,e for ��n8 V,,n  to 10 ..n %anC0UTer at
capital at city of  Canberra,   ��45.I>U0; ,the company to erect 11 llrst-class bo-  D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Mananer    New
  small arms factory. ,C22,000, and cord- tei. considerably larger than the Em- Westminster '
LYTTON���617   FRONT   ST.  ite factory,  ��35400. press, and still  bave lawns surround-  ���     '
Phone  102.    Comfortable aeeotnoda-      Premier Fisher said that all defence  lag it, the company would have taken! Great  Northern   Railway
tion.    Terms moderate.    McLeod &  expenditure in ordinary circumstances  ln0ie  had it  not  been  that  the own-|     Leaves     New     Westminster     g-1.
Beantj in
Yourhitehei
Have your kite'
lta appoint-
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phono IS. Newest and most up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine,   J. Trachy, Prop.
Watkins.  proprietors.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIB-
tvrs and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street, New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices. Rooms 7 and 8; ~ - -   -
Guichon block, corner Columbia and i I     MpWCniWF   ��     COftJC
McKenzie   streets;    Vancouver   of-jJ.   liC TV uUlflJCi   (��.    uUi\i^
flees,   Wll.'iams   building.   41   Granville   street.     F. C.   Wade,   K.   C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
must   come   out of   revenue.
intended   to  establish     horse     ^	
stations, and    tbe government  would  tlwy taken this they would bav<e then
own horses instead of hiring them. He I owned right back   to   Hon. Dr.   Hel-
also dwelt on the scheme for rollege mcken's property.
scholarship's, but nothing definite has;    The   site   which   lias   been   secured
has a frontage on Government street
of 402 feet and a depth on Elliott
street of 228 feet. It. narrows slightly ou Belleville .treet and at the
back, but not anything appreciable.
Since the previous announcement a
lot with fifty-three feet frontage on
Ellott   street   ahd   running   back   lfiu
It was er of one lot wanted much   more   fori a. m. arrives Seattle 2:nr> p, tn
racing  it than tlvey considered it  worth. Had 1     Leaves     New     Westminster     10:20 I
a.m.:   arrives  Seattle  3:16   p.m
yet been planned.
CENSUS OF MORTALITY
CALLS FOR MANY DETAILS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
f:e:ord of Deaths, Disability and Com-
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
~     burnett, auditor and | Estimates Given. Phone 567
pensation   During  Past  Twelve
Months Comprehensive.
H. J. A.
Accountant.
Trapp block.
Tel.    R 128.    Room,
R. T. PRINCE, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for tbe
Hall Safe Co. Offlce, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, city.
' 214  Sixth   Avenue
|NEW WESTMINSTER
| __
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY
Typewriting; copy work, husiness I
letters, etc. Coumbia street. Tele- ]
pbone 02.
REAL   ESTATE
WHITE, SHILES  & CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance   Agents���
City,  farm   and  Bunurbnn   property,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
CALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS TA1-
lorlng. A new line of Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. 46 Lorne street.
Plione R 508.
feet   has   been   added    to   the
making it  almost   a rectangle
was purchased from Aiidrew Cox for
$10,000.
The prices of tlie other properties
purchased are from David Spencer,
sr.. and Chris Spencer. 1166,000; W.
G-    Cameron.   $20,000;    D.    Vasilatos
 123.000;     Dr.    Stanier   and    Godfrey
j    The   date  of  the  next   census   for'Booth, $71,000, making a total sum of
.mortality,   disability    and    compensa- $201,000.    The papers are now  being
C, Ition is June 1 of next year, which is ! made out and  it  is  understood  most
Ithe same as the date for population, of the payments will be made In cash,
= |It is a record for one year, and gives! The   Griffith   company,   of   thin   city.
the   information   concerning   all   per- put through the deal.
sons  to   whom  to   schedule   relates j    Tbe Grand Trunk officials made no
for the year counting to the hour of I announcement before they  left in re-
1 midnight cn May 31, 1*11. gard to building, but they  refused to
Personal   description of every   per- give  the  present   occupants  a  longer
ison who had died in the year, or suf- tenancy than to the end of the year,
Ifered disability by accident or sickness I which   is  considered  significant.    As
!and has received compensation there- the Interest on the purchase price of
for, is required in the schedule, and this  property  will  amount   to  consld-
for   more  complete  Identification   ref- erably over fourteen thousand dollars
erence is made to his family or house- a .vear. and  the rents of the  proper:
hold in the first schedule. !ties  will  not  amount   to  more   than
The name and sex of each person,|about four thousand a year, the com-
and  whether single,  married, widow- pany will be out ten thousand a year
led, divorced or legally  separated, to- on  it  in addition  to taxes as long as
igether  with  the  month  of  birth, the they   keep   it   idle.      As   the   (Irani
year of birth, the age at  last birth- Trunk people are not ln the habit of
iday and the country or place of birthiplaying a losing game it is confldent-
1 tire required  under personal  desciip- ly   anticipate!   that   they    will   com-
tion.    His or her racial or tribal ori- mence   building   operations   eaily   In
[gin.   religion   and   profession, occupa- the spring.
tlon or trade, will a'.sn be recorded     It has not  yet   been decided  whal
ter or an Intending homesteader. | under the general heading of personal  style of building is to be erected on
Tbe homesteader Is reip.uredte per- description, whether the reference is the new site.   Some i eople opine that
form the  condition,   connected  there-,to persons who have died within the It  will  be a city  hotel, built  on   the
with   under    one    ot    tue    following {year or to persons who have been dis-'lino of the street, but Others who pro-
Leaves New Westminster 4:20
p. m..  arrives Seattle . :40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:27
a.m.;  arrives Seattle 7:23 a.m.
Leaves Seattle S: (if, a.m.; arrives
Now  Westminster 2:30 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:23 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 6:25 p.m.
Loaves Seattle 4:23 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster !V27 p.m.
Leavea Seattle 11:43 p.m
block, i New Westminster 6:20 a.m.
This
arrives
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, ex
cept   Sunday   from   bridge   passenger
station   3:60   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port I
Gulchon 6:20 p. m.
Leaves    Port    Guichon    8:00    a. m. |
daily, except Sunday;   arrives at   New'
Westmfnster bridge passenger station
10:20 a. m.
 .'SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMh
ANDJ ol'EAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with
lu the railway btlt iu British Colum
bia, uiay  he nomesteadeu tr.- auy per
eon wno is the sole head o�� -d family
or auy  male over IS  years Of age, to
the  extent   of   one-quarter  section   of
160 acres, more or less.
i    Entry   must   be  maue  personally  at
'the   local   land   office   for   the   district
In  which the land is siluaie.      JbJntry
by   pioxy  may,  however,  be made  on
certain     conditions     oy     the    lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or sis-
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:00 a.m: arrives
bridge passenger station. New Westminster, 10:20 a. in. dally execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster biidge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.: arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sunday
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
i pon aad cultivation of tbe land on
^h yiai for thr?* years. .
(i) U the father ' if thither, lf tat
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLn.-i.-V ^athei is decased), of the homesteader
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street, resides upon a farm in the yi.lnlty <_
phone R278- The place where ifu the land entered fer, the requlremli U
dirt and dust is removed from ffifl as io residency may h* satisfied tf
fibre��� nr>t pressed In. Goods called "'���<���*��� r;!-w?n residing with the father
fc for anct delivered. 'Of moiher.
 . -~__^     (2) If the 9*ttler Kan hts j>er��am��at
'���residence  upon   farming   land   ewnefl
by   I.i id  In  the vicinity of his  tent-
LIVERY   STABLE.
abled within the year by accident or less to know something about it, siatc
sickness, and to persons who have that there will be some lawn in fiont
sustained loss of time and eariimft���.j:s v.��ll a? at, either end, What la
and to allOWaaoe^I compensation Jg. IfceHaln In thai tlio'now buildjft�� wi.l
1543 of life ci'time. ,be n flne structure e-jtial _S every ro
under the teadia* *J mortality rec- spect to tbe BmprisB. As,the.e arc
yrdtt will fc6 entered showing the flne grounds in front and at the north
niullt!' of death ln the census year, end, large lawns arq tot so necessary
tlie disease or cause of death as de- In this case as they were for tbe IS inscribed by the Bertillon nomenclature, ptess. If, however, It Is desired to
the place of death, if it occurred have a lawn in front there will be
away from home, and the name sad plesty of room for lt as well as for a
address of the attending physician.   ! lane at the rear.
Do  You Want to
Sell Your Acreage
or City Property?
If so, we have clients open
to purchase property of all
descriptions. Send your list
addressed to "Inland," P. 0.
Box 431, New Westminster.
Qu'ck results guaranteed
AN    OLD    MAN'S    WALK.
Disability and   compensation   relate!    The option which the Grand Trunk
tu\     UP    "�����<*    l mi    HACKS A.NU  6lea('> the requirements as te residence |to accident sickness, and under these company bad takes was to expire yes-
smart  turnout.    The  J^tJon  Sta- miiY  be  satisfied   by   residence   upon:heads records will be entered of the  terday, but It wns taken  up on Snt-
kje * "^" jthe said land. [nature of loss or Injury caused by ac-   irdny  last and  instructions given  to
' Six nioiitn.V n��tl���� ta writing shenld   cident  ln the year, cause of the ac- draw up the necessary papers.   Darcy
   be given to the cemmlssiener ef tt* jcident,   weeks   of   disability    due    to  Tate, the company's solicitor. Is still
FISH   AND  GAME. |minlon   lands  at  Ottawa ef Intention j sickness or accident, and loss of sal-  In town and be will remain until the
T^rc^^^^^^^^ apply for patent. iary or other earnings caused by sick-  transfer has been completed.
��� ta^viJ^MnT ������   nLfflU'l    Coal.���Coal  mining  rlgCts   may   be Less'or accident. I    Tbe purchasing of the site for (be
oame. ve^taoies, etc.   uean uiols, (,OTO,H   ,������     _   pel.lod   ���,     ,went,.9n# |    Allowance or compensation made to  second   bl.   hotel   to  be  built   In   Vic
l  business clr-
^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ........... ,^.^., .... ... .importance in that. It
shall  be  leased   to one  individual  of |    i
KKOi i
JDenn Block
next to Bank of MontreaL
Worcester, Mass., Sept. 7.���Although two years past the century
mark, Patrick Burns, the oldest man
in Worcester county, made a record
ten-mile walk from his home. Just this
side of Brook field, to that of his son
on tho North Btookfleld road, ln the
short time of two hours and flfty-one.
minutes. The ajted man walked with
ease, and his long, white hair nnd
beard attracted much attention on bh
tramp, nnd be was followed by a small
army of boys and men.
minis, although  lu- years old, has
|leas?d   for
FURNITURE
iyears at an  annual  rental  of H   Pe* Iemployees    is recorded    until    three toila, Is looked  upon
= l!��!!:  .   N,ot   m.0re   thHn.  2?,;o_aeres Ibeads: Irles as of vast  Impor
\V. K. PALES, THE FUK.NITUKE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie s'.reets.
Phone 17C, night cal! 81.
CABINET   MAKING
���
I). V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 4J j Clai k-
Bon stieet (behind I'.mr Mock)
Furniture made anj repaired. Mis
sion furniture in fir and oak.
companv.       A  royalty   at  the  rate  oi
five cents  per  ton  shall   he  collected
on tho merchantable coal mined.
W. W   CORY.
Depn'y of the Minister of the Interior
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, olllt'e and store linings;
catiiuet, stair, showcases, maniei?
and detail work. Designs and esti
mates furnished. J. Brookes, pro
prletor. Works: Corner Eleventh
nnd car line. P. O. box ..hi. Phone
473.
PAPER   HANGING   *    r>FCO��ATING
N.H.���Unauthorized    publication   of
>Mo   iitit��rtlRomfnt   wttl     nnt   bo   pnifl
The  voluntary  allowance  which  is another evidence of tbe faith of tbo
may be made   to   employee    by em- Grand Trunk officials in the future of
plover for lost time through sickness the seaport and the city.
or acci lent during the year.
2. Compensation    in   the   year   by  ~   "
employer   under   statute   for   ll)   lOBfi LADIES   TAKE    TO   SIMPLE    LIFE.
of  life  by acci lent,  and   (2)   for   in-: 	
jury   by   accident,   which   is   r.eqalKed !parm   Club   for    Duchess    and    Other
In  some  provinces of tlie  Dominion. Noblewomen   Formed   In   Eng'.ind.
3. Compensation  by Insurance  for     London, Sept. 8.���The reaUy correct
menti beautiful as Wei| as
useful. It makes the bou��.
work easin- and plewaMer, |
Thi, Chancellor Range j
would be an ornament to th;
most richly furnished home |
in the country.
And there is jnst as much
satisfaction as there is beauty |
in it.
\TheChancelk
is a perfect buker. The di-
vided flut spreads the heat
evenly over the whole oven,
It lias broiler top, ash-door
guard, oven thermometcr-
if wanted,���patent grates aad
best of all
The Oxford
Economizer
saves you 20 < f your coalJ
There's no other range design!
in the country which cotn-J
bines so much good taste|
with so much good sense aa
good service.
Let us show youthisChan
cellor, for your own satisfaction. We have a compiets
line of Gurney-Oxford Stova
for all purposes and all kind!
of fuel wn display all the time,
It will give us pleasure to
show them tu you.    i^>
I. J. Irapp & fo.
681 Columbia Si.
IRNEYOXFORDi
been  in  the habit of taking s
each day, but n>rer attempted toI
er the distance between his home|
'-hat of '.iis son.    After the lor.s
oday  fhe centenarian- sail he *]
endeavor to try It mora often.
Mr.  Hums has  voted for two-
of the presidents of the United Sti
and   for   liis a. e  is  far   from  i
helpless, but, on the other hand, s
but. few   favors,  doing  most  of
farm work himself.
(1) loss of life and C
jInjury.
The    Fall    Fairs. ���	
Tbe dates of the fall  fairs through j
upper   country    and    coast    have:W0M^N   15   SOUGHT
i for sickness or
tlte   up) er   country    and    coast
"leen announced as follows
Nicola  Valley.  September  14.
Kamloops,   September    2%,   l!fl    and
10.
Vernon. September 16, lfi and 17.
Armstrong, September 22 and 2$.
Kelo-vna. September 2t) and 21.
Salmon Arm, September li.3 and 24.
Vancouver,   August  15  to  20  inclu-j
*lve.
Victoria,   September   27    to    Octo
ber 1.
ASA   HOKSE THIEF
Springdale, Sept. K.���A warrant was
Issued out of tbe Justice cotlft of John
S. Gray, of this plane this afternoon
for the arrest ef Miss Lizzie All-
ildge, of I.iOon Luke, on'the''charge of
noise stealing.
1 It is alleged that Miss All rid. e yea-
iterday morning hired a team and bug-
jgy ir'om Li very mil n Lou   William,   of
tiling for duchesses to do these days
is to live the primitively simple life.
The corallary is the farm house for
the elite.
There is a West End club���the
Ladles' Park club ��� situated |n
KnlglitHbrldiie, all tho members of
wliich have very bluo blood, Indeed.
The bead of this Institution. Lady
Wolscley, conceived tbo bright Idea
of giving bored duchesses countesses,
an.l other ladles of title an opportunity of seeing life in tbe farm yard
As a result, the Park club baa formed
sort of sideshow, called  the  Home
GOLD DUST wil
sterilize   your kitchen   things an
make them wholesome and sanitai
n.-cnrsiNsaK*.
������_Kmit_~*!fX::.
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I.   HUDSON.   WALL  t'APLK.  Kuuil jlnclusi
New  Westminster   October  4  to  8 \lj0em f-ah��..,ror.'u,e Purpose of coming p ��J�� Vlub "foMadle's.""itwiH 'glve'um
elusive l!5jt,!S!*!&SS'!flS?!5! ?*!!J!  heard of opportunities to society folk
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
<(MmpU lm*mt
Label)
U r��imnC hi f��Tor errry **_.   Our *4t����t ta��t _*tn ins double the
i*i*t*4Smt **t.   The M he��lthful *n* witrtttoas of tew��{N.
THE COWAN CO.. Ua��� TOUONTO
here ��he 'ramalned only  long- enough  ��"c'alm7nrthe'i"r"o7erwrought'nerves.
to imfmi-t. the Wy to   the -Columbia,     At    u   8e(|���estered   corner   of   the
ln��^!'     ��u .-.__ . t ,  j,     'earth n��nr Ileston (Middlesex) an an-
w .       f ^s met by^an. Indian  .,   ,e    countl.v    re9ldenoe    J,    I���
near Wellpln.t  near the cehter of the  1)0    ht   nmI an armv of      lQt
Spokane   Indian   reserva Ion    travel-   perganirer8,   and   gardeners    are
big at a rapid  pace, and   if is   sup-  vvork   T|,c f.,n��� ,8 (n be nin on
posed that the woman Und rig areby  ���ncs    AU me.lls wl��� be ph|n   wj-,;;
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans ai
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasj
film behind it;GOLD DUST digs deep after gerr1
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
��� Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it'
fine); GOLD DUST does all the hard part of th
work without your assistance, leaving- you to tak
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable of
soap, to which is added other purifying material!
in just the right pro-       \ I /
portions to cleanse    \^\l////
J| I easily, vigorously, .>^ n /A''
this  time   well  across   the   Columbia
river and  Into Ferry county.
��ome,   farm   meals   of    good    simple!
_^^   Wod,    lt Is tbe  blackest  sin  for the
��� .-..T--T-   ���---,. I lady member to play bridge or smoke
fpernie   Prisoner   Escapes. j within  the sanctified  walls, although!
Felnie.   Sept.   8.���James   O'Connell,  she  may.  perhaps,  sneak  away  from1
under sentence for twelve months on   lt for a whiff  with  the cows  In   the
charges   of  theft  and    vagrancy,  es-  byre when no one ls looking. j
caped from tbe city jufI yesterday aft. There are to be experts on the
ernoon between two and three o'clock, premises who wdll teach the mem-
by way of the bathroom Window, and hers to keep bees, make bread, run a
la fellII at large. He Was engaged ln poultry farm, and spin". The spinning
scrubbing the room nnd' took advan- Is included ln the category becaufto
'tage of the slight liberty"thus ��f- the elect of soeletr seem Inclined to
forded Lim. revert to t^iat pastime.
and without harm to
fabric, utensil or
hands.
"Let the GOLD
DUST Twins do
your work."
m
LV
Made by THE   N.! K.   FAIRBANK  CO^PAN
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, tfcaoval eakoy SJ"1 Uk!"
.qtDAV
SEPTEMBER 9, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE  BKVKN.
jstsatisfaction. Ourequip-
B Dt is modern. The Latest
ention in a collar and cuff
"' jjne has been installed.
Economic,   Prompt.
abor only employed
!>���
���White
[oya! City Laundry
Phone 183
lew
Wellinstoi
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth
REGULATING
ON   COLUMBIA
VEHICLE
STREET.
AH persons using Columbia street
for u'���:'���' le traffl ��� of any kind are recreate I to keep to the lefl hand side
"' the car track while proceeding in
either din ctlon.
By order,
.1. A. RENNIE.
Acting Cltv Clerk.
City Hall, Augusl   12. 1910.
^s^ss____^ic_sirsv_^__7r_a~BSBia!j,
The
VIRGIL'S AMAZONS
HAD AN EXISTENCE
j Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid
Reserves
Up   $5,000,000
 $5,900,000
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C, Coast SS. Sailings
I'-AKSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
    Daily
    Dailj
SEATTLE.
    Daily
Dally except Bai
   Saturday
AUNDER
FOR
I G N
of every
1
di      Iptlon.
. i    ;iity.
708 Colun.bia 8treet, Phor.e 766.
The Bank has Branches in
Canada extending from tiie At-
lantlc to the Pacific; in Cain
throughoul the island: also In
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and  London,  England.
Correspondents In all parts
of the Glohe, thus affording
every Banhll g facility.
L. M, RICHARDSON. Manager!
New Westminster Branch.
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rar-arjacygT.-ms
TO
ni
m.
TO   NANAIMO.
    Dail
fo UNION   AND   COMOX.
    Mondays
bj.. .Thurs lays and S itut daj.,
TO   ALASKA.
   Evi rj  Saturday
TO PRINCE   RUPERT.
v   Thursday     nd Sat.
||- .  .T   (Portland  Canal).
...   Et oi j   Tl   n  d ij
| es  Now  We :
lay, Wi dnesda    and
i !hllllwa '. "  .
day   and   Saturdays
. apply to
i QOULET,
ni   N'ew Westminster.
'.   FOSTER,
\.. Vancouver.
Cedar, Fir and Hemlock
First Class Air Dried Stock
���
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9
B
I' i ������    y best
your    mom s,
of
If you
now is yo
your wants,
will suit
rant to build,
ur time, tell us
our   price
B. C. Manufacturing Co.
Phone 173    Lulu Island
u will
thai c .a i e offe i i Eor
It doi     no   natter what ela is
[i abin is desired.
THE ROYAL LINE
��� I : iur wants. U   t, Se ������ ad and
Tl ird i accomn od l lon  i i  unex-
ci   ed nliilsl the Dl  Ing Servici leavei
nothing io be dei Ire I.
The Ncx: Sailings are
Royal   George    S?pt.  1
Royal Edward  .......  Sept. 15
Royal George Sept. 29
Royal Edward   Oct. 13
E .Go ilet, agent C. P. R., will book
i a   lage  via thesi ers, oi
Wm. Sta] leton, general   agi   I
block, Winni] eg, .Man.
rri;j^av2tKES��ntcii!rjs
City Property
. ~JOmT^SZZZ^^ZJZ:*_-*Z}__^____^ ~*Zr<S__rtT
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.
O. L. WILLOUGHBY,
Superintendent.
The Amalgamated Development Co. Has Made Good
Fighting Women of the Vol-
scians Were No Poetic
Fancy at All.
The soli of Italy���so extraordinarily
rich   in   artistic   and   archaeological
treasures���has lately yielded a Iind of
surpassing   beauty   and   value,   boih
from iii" poini of view of human interesl and of Information with regard
to the prehistoric races that, in tlie far.
past have Inhabited the Italian peninsula.   Excavations have been going on
for   BOme   time   in   the   necropolis   ofl
IBelmonte,    near    Clvitacast ellany,   a
I neighborhood marvellously rich in re-'
inaias of Etruscan and oilier prehistoric civilizations.    In addition to va-1
rous tombs of warriors, jn complete
I bronze armor, buried with their chariots of war. Prof. Dull Ossa, who Isl
Bupei intending  the   work,  has  lati Ij
discovered the sepulchres of two wo-
" i n   wi iilors  buried,  with   the  war <
b lol   over   them,   In   exactly   thel
same way a:; those of the male skeletons, oi  which a compai'atlvely lai ���
number had been pre\ Ious ly found.
The flrsl Amazon tomb meas
no ul' ii"i en ti 11 In length, by six
feet in width, and Is over ten fee
The I Iga, or war chai1-..
; lai e i o\ fy tin skelel ��� Is ornan enl
ed in 1 ronze and Iron, and the : ol e i i
covered with metal, while the bronze
bits of ihe horses arc Intact. The
skeleton, which was in a somewhat
crouching position, was literally covered from head lo foot with a quantity
of different objects mixed with the r -
In i of a rich mantle, all of ��������� bi ���'.
had I een foi med by the damp aad
eai tli v, bleb had i enetrated, int ��� a
solid mas.;, which it was difficult to
dlsi i ��� Ie. Near the be i I were
found E iur pai; s of < ai rings, foi ,:,< i
of i ml t r, 'oi onze and ivory, while a
quantity of acorn-shaped drops were
found, which probably formed a diadem round the forehead and hung in
tassi Is o\ er the ears.
The tomb also contained two   massive torques of bronze, one of which
Is    finished   with    a    worked    plaque
seven  inches  in  diameter,  and  there
are also an Immense number of pins
in iron and bronze, some of them surrounded   by   horses'   heads,   and  one,
pome six inches long, in tlie shape of
a   dagger.      One  of the  linest   relies
found is a great oval of amber, bearing  a design of two animals,  a   lion
that seizes a goat by the head, while
another pendant is of bronze in the
shape of a lion's paw, with six instead
of five claws, and with the ring sti',1
attached to it with which it wa.s bung
upon a chain  or collar.      The   flrsl
probably has Its origin iu th��j jre-Etei-j
lenlc siderean cult, and may r��fer to]
the Hon and goat of the sign of Zodiac,   while  Prof.   Dail'   Ossa   inclines
to connect the second with the primitive    religion    of    Samothrace.    Tho
tomb also contains oramental objects
and a quantity of arms���lance heads,
daggers and a javelin, while some of
the   numerous   vases    of   bronze   and
terra  cotta  would  suggest a date as
early as the eighth century B. C for
I the   tomb.     A  grave   near   contained
another   woman's   skeleton   and   war
I chariot,   and   many   interesting    symbolic objects,  though  they  were less j
; numerous and magnificent than those]
of the flrst. and the body was evidently covered with a long mantle fastening down tbe side with fibulae, which
are still  in  place.    The discovery of!
these women warriors, the first that
have been found, is a great archaeo-1
logical event, and shows that the Vir- j
gin Camilla, queen of tbe Volsclans,
was   not, as   has   been   supposed,   a
poetic   invention   of   Virgil's,   but   an [
historic   reality,   the    more    so   that
many of the details of his description
coincide   with   the   objects   found   in
these most interesting tombs.
V.'e
Iur
e    b
ever
.1
lots
on
1.
iid,l!i
avenue
whi
ch
must
be
sold.
Call
and
see
us
at once.
ann
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 .SOU to
|2000 per acre.
������M
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
Nev/   Westminster,   E.   C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The   Pacific   Coast   Fire    In
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Lonn Co.
Mail Service
II.   Sl  V.
Li ave,
.     tes" daily except Sunday
23:1 0;  Anive at 21:00.
Vancouver,     daily     except     Sunday,
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 28:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00, 18:00.
Victoria, daily except Sunday, Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
I!. & V. "States," daily except Sunday; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 9:16.
C. & V. East, daily; Leave. 8:30,
15:45;   Arrive   at  0:2a,   22:::i).
Sapperton, daily except Sunday;
Leave. 8:30, 15:45; Arrive at 9:25
and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:45; Arrive at 0:25.
Coquitlam,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:HO;  Arrive-at 13:00.
Central   Park,   daily   except   Sunday,
Leave, 11:00;   Arrive at, 13:00.
1 almonds,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave,  11:00;   Arrive  at   14:00.
Bast   Uurnaby,  daily  i xce; I   Sunday;
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive  at  11:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    except    Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;   Arrive at   10:iw.
Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and     Friday;
Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry mil, Tuesday and Friday;
���    Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at  10:00.
South Westmlnjter, Tuesday ;uul Fri-
i    day; Leave, 11:00; Arrive at 10:00.
j Ladner,  daily except  Sunday;   Leavef
1 1:20;   Arrive  al   10:00.
Port  Guichon,   daily  except   Sunday;
Leave,  14:20;   Arrive at  10:00,
Westham   Island,   daily   except    Sun-
daj ; Leave. 1 1:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sunday; Leave,
14:20;   Arrive  at   10:1 0.
Annacis   Island,   Monday,   Wednesday
and   Friday;   Leave,   14:20;   Ariive
at  10:00.
Annievllle,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:20;  Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,   Tuesday,   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive  at
8:30 ami Lfi:30,
B.   &   V.   "Vancouver,"   dally   except
Sunday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at
11:00.
Cloverdale.     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 11:5 i; Arrive at 11:00.
Port    Rolls,    daily    except     Sunday,
Leave, 14:60;   Arrive at  11:50.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
and   Saturday;   Leave,   14:50;   Arrive ai   11:00.
Tvnchead,     Tuesday     and     Friday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:00.
Burnaby  Lake, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 16:00;  Arrive at 15:15.
B. & S. "States," daily except Sunday;
Leave, 15:45; Arrive at 15:15.
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i Dwight's  Cholera
Price 25c
Remedy
SOLD ONLY AT
\ RyaWs Drug Store \
* EYES TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS. *
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CHEAP HOME I
WAR   VETERANS   OF   '48
MEET   FOR   LAST   TIME
Indianapolis. Sept. 8���What >v.ll
be the last national meeting of the
followers of Generals Scott and Taylor, who, in the days of '4R fought the
Mexican war and annexed a large territory on tbe south to the L'nited
States,  is  in  session  here.
Former Vice President Fairbanks,
In speaking to the veterans, declared
"there is too much hysteria abroad
in the country" and said the watchword should be "down with demagogue and up with tbe patriot I"
Mr. Fairbanks paid a tribute to tbe
bravery of the Mexican war veter-
an^.
6-Room House, between Queens
and Third Ave., close in. Price
$1575, if sold at once.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY~
McQuarrie Bros,
609 Columbia Street
The'New Westminster City Specialists
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
518 Hastings Street, West Telephone 4327
ROOSEVELT REFUSED
TO PROSECUTE TRUST
New York, Sept. 8.���The New York
World today    prints    the    first   of a
series    of article by    George    Earle.
former receiver of the Penn Sugar Refining company, designed to show that
Theodore Roosevelt, when    president,
refused to prosecute the sugar trust. |
Tbe articles are being written, Earle I
says, because of Roosevelt's attack on !
the  supreme   court    of  the    United
States.
According to the story printed today, Earle says that he asked Roosevelt and Charles J. Bonaparte, then
attornej'-general, to proceed against
the trust. Both refused to take any
action, he says.
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 Bb"
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT 8TREET.
PLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New Westminster.
Telephone SSS.
I
TRACHOMA BREAKS OUT
IN ALASKAN SCHOOLS
Seward, Alaska, Sept. 8.���One hundred and seventeen cases of the disease of the eyes known as trachoma
have been discovered among the natives of Southwestern Alaska, and Dr.
j Joseph II. Romig, In charge of the native schools,  today    begins    a    visit
I through his district to treat the scores
of new cases that have been reported.
I Several of the patients have already
become totally blind.
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Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return Fare:   Adults, 60c;  children under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver 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. 60c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20. v. "��
CITY   AND  SAP��ERTON   LINE.
City  Limits XJnc���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:. 0 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20. p.m..
Sapperton   Line���20-mlnute  service from C>:iq a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday, Service���20-minute service from $: 10 a>m. t��-H:-30 p.rfir
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY. ��EPTE-iq-0
9
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If you buy your Ammunition from us, you
will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
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my
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Oft. on a wintry day
That to the house confines me,
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
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.
BROWNIljS from $1 to $12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial Exhibition fhis fall.
We can explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long     Distance,
Residence,  72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
7-1;
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture baught
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
The Centrif Mv Cafe
Opposite E. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merits Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHIONE 475.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St, or
Van6'one Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cloning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in the
Deane Block
Four rigors ea��t of the Batik ct
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite thc
City Market
L
on
Coluirbi* St.. No. 44'.
t**a *rr,lr.,at*,r. 5. C
There will be a baud concert at
Queens  park this  evening.
Bargains in all lines at Fales', the
reliable furnitui e dealer, **
J. ('. Blair is leaving on Sundav for
a six weeks' holiday which lie will
spend visit in. liis old home In Eastern Canada.
You can get porch columns and
balasters turned while you wait at
the Walsh Sash and Uoor factory.
Phone 413. **
Five acres within the townsite of
Port Mann were sold yesterday by
W. S. Rose to J. A. Motherwell for
$t>00 per acre.
Look Into the show window of
Fales' furniture store today. **
Three hundred and twenty-seven
vessels of all kinds passed through
the draw at the Lulu Island bridge
during the month of August.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davles greenb��use,
K 208. **
Mayor Lee has set Wednesday, September 2$. as the date for a special
meeting of the council for the discussion of the report of .Moses li. Cotsworth, auditor.
Quick delivery of all house furnishings bought at Fales'. Our stock is
complete, the prices the lowest.    **
L. L. Gardhouse has disused of his
business, known as the Douglas
bakery, to Thomas Grant, formerly
head clerk in tlie West Knd grocery.
Mr. Grant has  a ready tai.e.i  charge.
Window frames made while you
wait at. the Walsh Sash and Door Factory.   Phone 413. *"
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Brown, of
Knights. Edmonds, yesterday celebrated the twentieth anniversary of
their wedding, a large number of
friends paying them visits dining the
day and offering congratulations.
Davies greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. **
Through the kindness of Mrs. Allen
P. (Jrant, the Women's Auxiliary of
St. Barnabas' church will hold a
garden party and sale of aprons at her
residence, Blackford stieet, on the
afternoon of September 11.
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. **
A meeting of the Central Park Pro-
gresSlve association will lie held at
central Park on Monday evening.
cc nn encing at eight o'clock. Dr.
Rowe, secretary of the Vancouver)
i'.i; i. ity association, will be present'
I an.l  wili deliver an adcl'.ess.
Wanted:    Small    furnished    house
September iii or October 1. by young,
couple who can give   unquestionable
ic.'eences.    Write  A.  V.,  care    this,
pa;er. *���
The Balmorals and Maple Leafs are
scheduled to play a game of baseball
at Queens pal k tonight. The game j
will start at 5:30 sharp. On Satur-;'
ay ti.eie will be a double header at j
Moody square, the Leafs playing both!
tne A e ts and Balmorals, the first:
game to start at two o'clock.
Pot plants and frosh cut flowers at
Ti.'y's stoie.   Plione 184. ���*
Since the Peoples' Trust, company
opened up its savings bank depart,
ment a few days ago they have done
a very satisfactory business. The
success attending the efforts in this
direction will no doubt influence the
company to branch out at once into
the other legitimate enterprises of
csmpanies of the kina.
We make fir and cedar doors and
windows: Walsh Sash and Door Factory.    Phone 113. **
Chairman Trapp an 1 Trustee Thorn-
ber. of the school board, have been
appointel delegates to the annual convention of British Columbia scliool
trustees to be held this year in
Kelowna. The meeting Is calle.l f-;i
September 13. Chairpmn Trapp will
probably he prevented from goi'lg by
business engagements, but Trustee
Thornber will make the trip ii' nothing unforsern occurs.
The Misses Connor and McQuarrie
have opened up their fall line of street
an.l dress hats, at their new millinery parlors, Columbia sireet, over T.
H. Smith & Co.'s departmental store.
They are showing all the latest
models. **
Hugh Logan, secretary-treasurer of
the B. C. distillery, was ai rested last
night on a charge of assaulting his
wife.   There was a family row at the
home   on   Trow   street   an.!   some   of
the   neighbors    telephoned    for    the
police.     Mrs.  Logan  seemed    to
rather  badly  beaten.    Her  face
cut   and   spattered   with   blood.
Case  will  probably  be heard at
bei
was
The
the
sitting of the police court this morning.
Mayor Lee wishes to call a meeting
for the discussion of the Streets and
Sidewalks by-law for Wednesday. September 21. He has been making
some inquiries from the solicitor concerning the present reading of the bylaw and has found out that lt is far
from satisfactory. Although the bylaw lias passed its first reading and a
great deal of trouble has been spent
on it, it is possible that it will have
to  be  remodelled altogether.
Reports of an hotel robbery at
Blaine came to the city yesterday
I morning, but details are lacking. Chief
Bradshaw received a phone message
that the robbery had occurred; that
$10 was the amount stolen and that
the constable at Blaine bad fired nine
shots from his revolver at the robber.
The Informant did not give his name
and could give no description of the
robber and so the local police were
unable to do anything.
His Honor Judge W. Norman Bole
am, ..,��. m<le returned on Wednesday
evening from the old country, where
tbey ba ' been holidaying since April.
The judge spent considerable time in
London, partly on business, and also
sojourned in his native Emerald Isle
for several weeks, where he spoke at
several gatherings, doing valuable
free publicity work in the interests of
British Columbia and Canada. After
his prolonged holiday, Mr. Bole now
proposes taking a short rest.
The Public
*%^-,.~,tri~' ~ iT'i ViaiV~. >?'
You Need
groceries at all times, and our
store Is the right place 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
means good health.
We Deliver
your goods to your home, and
save you the trouble and Inconvenience of your carrying the.n.
Call at our sto:e, and leave
your order for what you need,
arid our boy will deliver your
goods very promptly. We don't
charge you extra for this.
Geo.
Adams
Ptone 92
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Some Special Snaps
 THESE  WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
5 lots on Second street.    Excellent 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.
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Our New Addition
Our floor space is much enlarged. We hope that in a few days everything
will be completed so that we will be able to serve our customers to the best
possible advantage.
We are busy rearranging and adjusting the stocks of all departments.
We trust that under the new arrangements, shopping here will be a pleasure.
Our efforts will be to make our customers feel at home in all their dealings
with this store.
In a few days more we expect to have our complete new stock marked off
and on display in the various departments. You will find plenty here to
interest you.   Watch our advertisements.
First Showing of New
Fall Coats
The announcement regarding the arrival of the new fall coats will be welcome news to many cus
tomers who have been awaiting tlieir coming. The models now on display indicate wiih absolute cer
tainty the trend of fashion for this season. Our coats were personally selected In the European nni
Eastern fashion centres. Materials most in evidence are fine broadcloths, heather mixtures, diagon
weaves in light and dark colors and colored tweeds. Those now show are full length ar.d i il
graceful lines that conform to the figure with neatness and gracefulness. Each coat is perfectly tailor-
ed, lining and trimmings are first class.    We cannot here enter Into any detailed description nf any ol
the garments, but extend an Invitation to every woman to visit tie coat section and examine -.x ..:	
display.
Hundreds of New
Skirts Now Ready
Here again we announce our readiness to serve In the showing  of the   newest   models in women's
dress skirts.   You will find these in the new section now occupied for the  first lime by    the    n   ���
.���ear section.
W. S. COLLISTER &
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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