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PROPERTY.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUESDAY  MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1910.
PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.
.ALDERMEN DESERT
[fi ON B.CO. POLICY
j|ayor Wishes to Block Plans
But Council is Not With
Him.
in indication of the feeling between
die may ci
of Now Westminster   aud
NERVY ENGINEER
SAVES PASSENGERS
ES1Y Of WES1 IS
UNDER INVESTIGATION
Railroad Pilot Brings Train
to a Standstill Amid
Clouds of Steam.
.(,��� ji ('. E. R. company became apparent sl last night's meeting of the
m�� council. Some weeks ago tbo
railway company applied to Uie city
[or approval of the plans of Improvements ii proposed making on the dock
M( ,.,���.,i by the company on the city's
���.������., lot nt the rear <>r the tram
Btatlon. Tlie company stated tbitt It
nga Intended to make Improvements
5i o nting i" 110,000 or over.
jn tbe course of reports last night
Alderman Jardine moved tbat the
plans be approved.
Mayor l.ee came out against it al
o0(,e. "I cannot approve of granting! "There
that company any concessions until'8"
it comes to the conclusion that the
city of New Westminster is of ;is
much importance us the B. C. E. R.
fntil v.,- have some definite settlement of the matters under consideration between us, I would oppose
granting them any  privileges."
Alderman (lilley: "I do not think
it is a concession the company asks."
Mayor Lee: "Do you think when
vt ask tor a branch of railway io
Millside, ii is a concession ?"
Alderman Jar.line: "If your view
uaj everyone's view, your worship,
Hit wheels of progress would be
Stoi | ed altogether."
Alderman Johnston stated that he
was agalnsl    granting    the    company
Pittsburg, Aug. I'll.���Engineer Israel
Brandt's nerve saved train No. s, of
the Port Wayne division of the Pennsylvania railroad; with its load of
sleeping passengers from a wrack iu
Union station yesterday.
A cap on a pipe directly above the
throttle blew   orr.    letting   loose   a
volume of steam.
The fireman jumped and escaped
with slight injuries, bul Brandt stuck
to his post with blistering hands and
face until be had brought the train
to a standstill. By that time he was
nearly unconscious and fell from the
cab window when the train stopped.
llis arm was broken in the fall
he was found to be scalded.
At  the hospital  it  was said lie
in    no    danger,  and    Brandt
Is   nothing   to   make
and
Seeker After Truth Inquires
How Many People Can be
Trusted With .10,000
was
added,
���i   fuss
CENTRAL  SCHOOL GIRLS
RECEIVE THEIR  DIPLOMAS
Yesterday afternoon Miss Clark's
former pupils assembled in her room
to receive their entrance diplomas,
report cards, honor rolls and prizes.
The following prizes were given:
English grammar and composition���
liuth Gregg.
Heading���Jessie  Allen.
lira wing���Mary   Wilson.
Dictation and spelling���l/.a Macdonald.
Arithmetic���Olivine Robertson.
Hritish  history���Dorothy  Trapp.
Canadian history���Nellie Eddy.
English  literature���Beryl  Smith.
Nature and hygiene���Vivian Brench-
The business men of this city are
face to face with a problem thrust upon them by The Industrial Guild of
the Greal Commission, of Summer-
lund, B, c. The commissioners, it
appears from a circular letter received In this city yesterday, are Uev. A.
T, Robinson, M.A., and Mrs. A. T.
Robinson, P. H. G. S. I formerly Miss
Ada L, Mm cmi. a temperance lecturer who spoke here on many occasions). The treasurer of the Gieat
Commission is Robert Bollock.
In an enclosed slip of paper the
commissioners ask the recipient of
their circular two questions. The first
one is causing the mental gymnastics.
It reads: "What proportion of our
English speaking population would
you be willing to trust with $10,(trio
in the dark; I.e., assuming "they could
gel away with It and no one be the
wiser ?
This suggestion wns a new one to
the business men of Westminster.
Few, if any, of them have ever considered the advisability of so testing
the Integrity of their friends or associates. In discussing the question
with the News a Columbia street merchant remarked that lie would trust a
majority of the people he knew with
a couple of hundred dollars and quite
a few with a couple of thousand, but
BASS MUST CEOSE      PRINCE RUPERT TO
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK BORROW MUCH MONEY
City Council Shuts Off Three i Alderman Mobley   Here to
Hours from Present Drinking Schedule.
Starting   in   about   two   weeks   time
every bar room and every saloon   in
the city will close
eleven o'clock every
aud   may   not   open
Investigate Street Lighting System���Is Optimistic
"Within the next two or three
months the city of Prince Rupert will
their doo.s ut I place on the market bonds amounting
lay of the week'to one million dollars. This will ouly
again till six j he the llrst of issues which, when
o'clock in the morning. The by law Icompleted, will give the northern city
which has been lending in the city a bonded debt of over two million
council for some months was brought I dollars. At the present time our debt
up again last night, reconsidered andj is only $.15,000, but it is time we ln-
llnally passed. | creased  it."
Formerly the bars ln the city were
allowed    to    remain    open    till
Alderman  F.  II.  Mobley,    of Prince
STEi | IS NOW EAID
iYOND ABBOTSrORO
Arrangements Made for
Comfort of Travellers oa
Fraser Valley Line.
During the past few days a great
deal of work has been done on the
Chilliwack line of the B. C E. R. Tha
substation at Cloverdale lias been
completed and Is now In operation;
workmen are working day and night
on the one at Clayburn, and the machinery is now being installed in the
station   at   Chilliwack.
Steel is now laid forty-eight miles
from New Westminster, or about nine
miles past Abbotsford. At the piesent
being
concessions, but be did not think that W-
-     'ing it to erect  buildings    and1    Geography���Florence Ackley.
make Improvements on property leas-1    The honor roll mr proficiency
time the  construction   work  i
two Rupert, chairman of the light commit-1 beld  hack  a  little  by  the contractor
o'clock in the morning and the pres-1 tee of the city council, and a visitor
ent  regulation cuts off three working'here for a few days, made the above
hours.      There     are     several     Other  statement    to    the    News    yesterday
changes in the liquor license by-law,' evening.   He is here to look over the
lighiing system or Westminster,   and
when interviewed by the News    was
being given much useful information
On behalf of the liquor men of the by P. T. Bowler, city electrician,
city VV. J, Whiteside last night ad- Prince Rupert Ib at the present time
dressed the council. He stated that considering the installation of a light-
there were no objections to any of. lng system, and among others con-
the changes except the hour change] sldered is the Tungsten series, the
and aske 1 that it be made twelve'same as is ln use here. Mr. Mobley
o'clock instead of eleven. Ile ex- came here to get first hand informa-
plalned that the railways brought pas- tion concerning    the    Tungsten.    He
but the hour change was the most lm
portant and aroused the most opposi
tion.
,,.m...\.v    im...   uie   umi na.. o   ,,,,, u^.111    j pan- . iii,n     CUlt';ci lllllft        llie I uugakwii , i.
scngers into the city up to midnight will return to Prince Rupert perfectly
and it was fair to let the travellers satisfied, not only with the splendid
have  refreshment  if  they  wanted  It.  results obtained, hut also that the ex-
of the grade over the Sumas Prairie.
There the soft, ground has presented
difficulties which it has been difficult
to overcome, tint now the grad > is
Hearing completion. As soon us the
contractor hands the grade over to
the company the work of laying the
rails will be rushed and with good
weather and no accidents the sleel
wlll be in Chilliwack about the lirst
of October.
All the stations along the line are
practically complete and the company
ls now working on the erection of
shelters at different points between
here and Chilliwack.
If the shelters built hy the company
are any indication of the way it is-
going to  treat  the  public  after    the
line is in  operation,    the    traveller*
, , line  is  in   opeiauon,    uie     hum
Columbia street, as it appears, ���     T,      Bhe,te..s
' ���    well   lighted  up  and  newly
are
i! (rom the city  was granting a con
cession.
the  question  as  to  whether
Inns would be approved by   the
not, Alderman Bryson was
found to be tbe only alderman on the
I v. ho sip] orte'J the mayor.    Tlie
other six all  voted for the approval
���  plans, which comprise the .en-
enl   ol   i'���(���   dock   and   tbe  con-
; -     of a Large freight shed.
THOUSAND DOLLAR BLAZE
IN II!!. DREW'S RESIDENCE
was
award el to Ruth Gregg: for regularity and punctuality to Mary Wilson.
and for deportment to Ida Martin.
Ruth Gregg received the governor-
general's bronze  medal.
In Miss Blair's room the honor
awards  were as follows:
Proficiency���Elsie Ay ling.
Regularity and punctuality���Grace
Diamond.
Ileportment���Mildred Owen.
Three hundred and forty-five pupils
were enrolled at the Girls' Central
school on opening day.
The theatres were not out till    after  pense  in  connection    is    remarkably
eleven   o'clock;    the   Vancouver   cars   low
.  ran  into the city  till  ll! o'clock and  at night, well  lighted  up and  newly |v~r""h"Tj,   n..rtlv 0I)en    and    Dartiy
,ie drew the line at making any    ten! after.    For these reasons he thought paved, looked to the    Prince    RupeA JTiin     Th. ��L n��rt   which  will
thousand dollar experiments.    A third, that twelve o'clock would not be too  visitor  as a  model  well   worth  copy-1 f '     '":,     "'   ,' ,,.,��� i��� ,,r honchBa
party present remarked that  he had late for the bars to close and more- ing.    Mr. Mobley admitted the street' t���i     ���, ! t Vi o  ���  til    ,������'.������������..
implicit faith in "Melnself���und Gott," over such a change would make   the showed     considerable     Improvement ���" PI,n !r heat in the summer as
but he was not    prepared    to belittle New Westminster law conform to thels'noe bis last visit some months ago.I   "'    '     . shelters on the Vancouver
others  by  saying  he  would  not  trust j Vancouver  laws  and  it  was  well    to ' when   he  slushed  through   inches    of :  ',L '   *',      '
them with a ten thousand dollar certl-  have the by-laws of the two cities as {mud to cross the street. | ' 'Bllt tl)fl eIK.U)Se,, par, for ���Se in the
much alike as possible. |     Big    municipal    problems    confront I a'complete Hum   sta.
Alderman  Welsh    moved    that   the  the city of Pi ince Rupert at the pres-  u      ,.   i( ,olf     The pagBengei. ���,a.,
clause  be  amended     to  read    twelve  ent  time.    In  addition  to man.,   smal-   ^        ^  jf  ^" rea(j8  t'pe  tiire ���: i ;:>
.o'clock at night instead of eleven and  ler ones, there are five which are glv-
Summerland,  B.C.,  Aug. 25, 1910. j at   the  suggestion  of  Alderman    Jar- ing   the   mayor   and   aldermen   much
Bear  Sir.���In   a  recent tour of  Al-|dine.
lied cheque
Following is the circular letter and
the second question asked by the commissioners:
go
Bo
ng Wax Catches Fire in Kitchen���
Flnmes   Spread   to   Garret   in
Quick   Time.
,.  .^v....,   .��..,   .,.  . .-|uiuc, who seconded  the motion, thai
berta I asked business men question the clause be changed from six o'clock
I No. l enclosed.   The highest estimate!in the morning to seven  o'clock.
jl received was 25 per cent., the lowest j    Alderman Smith and Alderman Bry-
llti per cent.    Tbat means that in the,son      spoke    against    the    proposed
judgment of these men. mitwithstand-  change.
ing  all  our  splendid    effort     in    the       When  the  question  went to a vote
home,    church.    Sunday    scliool    ancl
concern. Tlier-e are lighting, street
grading, sewerage, waterworks and
the telephone system. The street
grading is the hardest problem of the
lot, owing to the topographical nature
I Of the site of the city. AH the streets
are  rock,  not  the  hardest,    kind    of
in and if he reads the directions on
the wall he will discover how to turn
on a switch that will heat the little
room in no time. There are electric
stoves under the seats.
I    There is one of these stations just
across   the   river   on   lhe   Yale   road'
iand others aie being constructed all
along the line.
Aldermen   Welsh.   Jardine   and   Gray  rock,  but  still  sufficiently    solid    to
state  schools,  we  have largely  failed   voted  for,  and     Aldermen    Johnston.   i.iaVc. t].c. dig. ing  Of  water or  sewer
to  develop  the   unblendlngly   upright Gilley. Bryson anl Smith against. The  mains  a tedious  and  expensive  pro-
character,  so  far  as  the  man  pn  the'motion   to    liave     the    hour    eleven   position,
stieet is concerned. o'clock carried by  the same  vote re-      In one district    of    Pi ince    Rupert
SLEUTHS  GUARD  PEARLS.
Fire broke out ln the residence of
Dr. Drew, on the corner of Carnarvon
and Sixth streets, yesterday afternoon, and did considerable damage
before it was extingtmhed.
The tire was caused by some beeswax Which was being heated on a
gas stove In the kitchen, boiling over
and catching on fire. W. Taylor, an
employee of E. W. Cook, who was
��a\ing the floors, grabbed the burning mass and attempted to carry it
outside, bul his bands were so badly
Burned before he reached the door
that the pot dropped from his nerveless fingers, In a trice the kitchen
was enveloped In flames.
The blaze spread up the back stairs
and wai In the upper story and the
garret in n moment. The alarm was
��eni in a| onee) 1)llt ),v the time the
fire reel had been pulled up the steep
'���'" the lire bad made considerable
Progress and dense clouds of smoke
V('"'  I ring   from  the   windows  and
its  way  through    the
String of Gems Worth $75,000 Worn
While Detectives Watch.
Newport. R. I., Aug. 29.���Two detectives and most of the smart set
here saw Mrs. Joseph Wklener weather $75,0(10 rope of pearls Christmas
present  at  B    dance    here    Saturday
Other enquiries  point   to  a  similar
conclusion.    To  more  nearly,  if  possible,  get at  t'e facts in  the cas:>,  I
am consulting 500 of the leading busi
versed
ilone Improvements to    the    streets
irseu. acme   improvuujeu .9   io     m^     miic.-.
Another important  amendment    in-  which   will  entail   an   expenditure  of
-Ned in the by-law is to the effect  $400,000 are  under  consideration.
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sen
that   all   hotels   over   two   stories   in I     The      public      utilities    in    Prince
ness men between Winnipeg and Vic-  heigl
toria.    Of the e  you  are one and    I
would  take  it   as a  personal  favor if
BROKER BADLY BEATEN BY
TWO MYSTERIOUS WOMEN
;ht be provided with propel
escapes.
The proprietor of an bote
fire  Rupert are  municipally  owned.    The
present  at  a    uance    nere    Dtuurunyioi   uusmess. |     mere are several oiner
night.    The smart set is still    talking i    In doing so you may be conferring a  more or less Importance.
about the splendor of the gems today, favor not only on me, but on human-1    The by-law will go into
..��.,    aUm   .1..,... , i. ....   hav-o    crr>n*��   honk   tr.    Or    pi>hflrnllr     nnd    flip    business   World    ,t-,v^    ',1't..r   it   Ic   nnhlfctioH
lighting   plant   which   is   to   be   built
s made! either  by  or  for  the  city  this  year,
i temporary affair and
more  than   $25,000.    It
,.   , ���, idll meet the needs cf
There are several other changes p.   Prince Rupert  for the neit couple of
wouni  rase  n   as a  peisuua,  i.nui   u |     [ pe proprietor or an notel  is mace : either   Dy   or   roi
you  would  he  so kind  as  to answer  responsible for the goods supplied to! will  only  be  a
the enclosed two questions before the the hotel dining room,    whether    he'will  not cost  m
matter passes out of mind in the rush operates lt or not. ! is expected it wl
of business. I    There are several other changes of  Prince Rupert  fc
Michael Plunkett's Eye Is Gouged Out
with an  Umbrella���Victim Says
Attackers are  Strangers.
| years, after wliich a larger plant will
j  erected.
"We have to arrange for the needs
New York, Aug. 2H.���The police are
searching today ror two young women
who attacke.l Michael Plunkett. a
broker, as he sat on the porch of hl��
,.p - .i  liic oyiouuui ui i..o t,^...o vv,.-.., .,..���.  m~. mm., ~, ��� --���   ,     . uc uj-.mm  m.. i go Into force seven  be  erected.
and the detectives have gone back to Ity generally, and the business world days after it Is published in the Brit-      "We have .    - ,,,,	
their tegular    job    of    guarding    the-in particular, since I think I see just  (sh    Columbia    Gazette,    which    will  of the city In the immediate future," , Uptown borne at midnig'ht last night
jewels.                                                        I where  and   why   we   have   somewhat  make it about the middle of Septem- commented Mr. Mobley In the course '     '
The pearls, which are said to be tlie  failed and that I have found also the  ber. I of the conversation, "for we all look
���    remedy after some years of lnvestiga-   to hnving a metropolis as soon as the
evening finding
"late 	
The linemen soon located the seat
of the blase nnd after about twenty
minutes hard work had the flames un
der
most perfect set in existence, weie a
gift from Mr. Widener. Four d teethes constantly guard the gems. Two
of them accompanied Mrs. Widener to
the dance kept a watchful eye on
them while the function was ln progress, and then escorted the woman
and the jewels home again.
RAILWAY COMMISSION
MAY HOLD SESSION HERE
tion.    This I intend to give    to    the
woi Id   later  on.    The  fact   that  $^8,-
OFFICERS ARE   EXONERATED.
Council   Will     Invite     Transportation
Dictators  to   Honor  Royal   City
by Official  Meeting.
G. T. P. is completed.   Prince Rupert
woi iu   iaier  on.     i ue   uu-i   umi   #-o,-   jH  an  ambitious  city and  we are  do-
000,000 have been embezzled from Shooting of Martin Haller Declared to [ng everything on a big scale. At the
tliose citadels of integrity, the banks l Be in Performance of Duty. present time we have a population of
and trust companies of tbe l'nited Fernie. Aug. 2H.���The finding of the between five and six thousand, and It
States, within the past five years'coroner's jury which Investigated the is growing nil the time. The^e is
would   Indicate   that   this   enquiry   is  shooting and    mortal    wounding    of nothing slow about It."
not  without  meaning to    men of uf-1 Martin Haller, the    man    who   killed; ��� ���	
fairs. | William Palmer at Kragg on August
Please   give   me   your   candid   per 20 and who was in turn shot by    the
cent,  estimate  of  the  proportion    of  police on last Monday near the scene
i the  English  speaking population  you 0f the first shooting, states that Hal-
think will measure up to the enclosed  ier came to his death from the effect
I requirements, and feel  free to make of a gunshot  wound inflicted by the
'police   while   in   execution   of     their
duties  and  exonerating
INDIANS TOO DIRTY FOR
Armed with umbrellas the pair beat
tlieir victim until he was unconscious.
One of tlieir umbrellas gouged out his
eye.
The attack was witnessed by several persons from a distance of a few
hundred feet, but none of the spectators seemed to realize how serious,
were the wounds being inflicted od.
the prostrate man, and the two young
women vanished into a nearby entrance  of  Central  park   without  any-
Bfforts  will  be  made  to    have the
railway commissioners  who meet  in
" -* mou worn mm tiie names mm-:1"""'1- 0    ._,,,,_,. r, .,,,,1 overv
kr control,   in the meantime a large  Vancouver on September-B andevery
"���� 01 Sightseers had collected and   '����>    ;1,U'i;w,;"h illL   over   here
watched the flre  from all  sides.    A1 completed, hold a sitlm...  -,,
��Wd ol  volunteers carried  much of
'"<' furniture and household goods outside     '
remarks
l'n ler no circumstances will your
confidence be violated.
Thanking you in anticipation of
your help,
Yours sincerely.
A. T.  ROHIXSON.
Here Is question Xo. 2:
What proportion of our English
speaking male population do you consider manly
them from
blame in the matter
They also took occasion to state
that, in their opinion, tlie territory
over which Constable Leacy, of Elko,
was expected to keep watch was too
large  for one  man   to  look  after.
Constable Leacy, in answer to a
pointed question from the Jury at the
one Interfering.
Plunkett was hurried to a hospital
riFAN   NEW  WESTH1NS1 EH lanswlrei'questions wllich the police
ULLftll   UMI   IIUUIHHlluiwi i       n^ wm     He asserted stoutly that
' he could not understand the attack
and said that he had never seen the.
two young women befoie. His coiiUt-
tion is serious.
Sanitary Inspector Pearce Thinks the
Front Street Visitors a  Menace
to Health of All Citizens.
Among those who lent their assistance in tbis direction were Mayor
,�� i"111 Alderman Johnston. Alder-
��an Gilley and Alderman Bryson as-
��Bted the Bremen.
e ll('sl  rooms of the house were
P����cally   undamaged   and   only   the
���','"'' ln  the  kitchen  was  burned
''���    "ie damage to the roof and the
tm i"'"' t:,setlK-r   with   damage  from
.',    and   water  ln   other   parts  of
ov_r __.6,    win P'obably    amount to
j1  ""I'll, all covered bv Insurance.
Work        V wns wel1 I)leased with the
,.   J "f the firemen, who did heroic
'K- and did remarkably little dam-
fi,.,p">n8l<leilng the extent of the con-
"���Sratlon,
looks the world steadily In the eye
May or~l.ee was Instructed by the city j-plays fair" In every game lie elites;
council to ask them to come over, j j,0ltis up his end of the burden en-
This decision was arrive.l at last tailed by civilized society, is mag-
night at the end of a busy council nanimous in victory, and In defeat
iueeting [takes his poison without a whimper?
Considerable    other   husiness    was 	
also  transacted   at  the  council   meet- KING  REVIVES CUSTOM.
in?     The resolution  for the destine-1  ���
tion of do/ens of the small    wooden j Cabinet  Minister    Wlll    Attend    His
shacks in the cltv came up for discus- Majesty Everywhere.
sion and was passed. i    London.  Aug.  29.���It    Is    apparent
All the buildings mentioned in thel thnt  King George does not In,end. is
men. a manly man being   last session, stated that    it    was    his
thus detlned:   A  manly man Is a man   opinion   that   the   man   Haller   should
who stands squarely on his own feet,  have been arrested at the .*me he reported the case to Chief Samson and
called  for assistance  to do  so.
According to Sanitary Inspector S.
,J. Pearce. the Indians on Front street
bave   been   enjoying  tlie   freedom   of
TAKES   CHILD   BY   FORCE..
Woman   Uses  Revolver to  Intimidate
Her  Divorced   Husband.
Salem, Ore.,    Aug.    29.���A    deputy
sheuii  left  nere last  night to arrest
PRE.e
-.  FREE  TRADE
TO  IMPERIAL UNITY
l-'uidon
toother
!!*>'��� Premier
He i
Aug. 29.���In the course of
interview, Sir James Whit-
, ��� nler of Ontario, says: "I
fear n, ?m wrou8 ln expressing the
Britain ,,here are people in Great
tain f? *    9e firBt obl����t >* t0 maJn"
toin th���     Bde rather th��n fo main-
ine empire."
list were passed upon with the exception of the shack next door to the
Daily News office. The owners will
be alien a few days to move out and
then If they do not tear down or move
tlieir buildings, the city may do lt
at the owners' expense.
The next meeting of the city council will be held a week from Wednes-
day. as the regular date falls on
Labor Day.
his father did, to dispense with the
attendance of a member of the cabinet when he is away from London.
Mr. Asquith, the prime minister, it
fs announced will he nt Balmoral for
ten days In attendant upon the King,
The other minister nre to follow
him in rotation, so that His Majesty
always will have a minister at hand
dining the vacation.
Formerly the sovereign when away
from London, In the country or on the
continent, was always attended by a
minister. The minister was usually
the secretary of state.
King Edward did not always follow
DIED   HAND   IN   HAND.
Husband and Wife Seek Death Together  in  Home.
Great Kalis. Mont., Aug. 29.���Lying
dead in their homes several mi.es
north of Shelby, the bodies of P. J.
Hazelberg and his wiie were found
yesterday by neighbors. Tbey had evidently been dead tor several days.
The bodies were lying side by side
and hand In hand, with a bullet in
the foi e'aead of each.
The position of t!�� bodies and the
surroundings  Indicated  that  the  hus
the city too long. In a letter to the; mi8. Clara E. Kinsey on a ch.uge of
city council last night he pointed out holding up ber divorced husband at-
that he encampment of flft -four In- ,tj,e p0tnt of a revolver and kidnapping
dlan ramllles was Indescribably dirty.! tlieir sixteen-months' old baby.
Owing to the odor and general of- [ The husband. Charles B. Kinsey, a.
fenslveness of the cnmiers. the pro- j merchant of Mills City, swore out the
prietor of a restaurant In the vicinity , wurrunt for the arrest.    He tol.l tie
had lost seven boarders. It was
moved that the police committre have
steps taken to have the camp removed.
Alderman Johnston did not want to
see them sent out of town, as they
undoubtedly brought a great deal of
trade here. After working a whole
summer down  the river    they    came
attorney that his wife came to his.
home witli her brother and levelling
a revolver at Kiosey's chestt demanded possession of their children. However, she left when the husband
handed over the youngest child.
Will   Train   in   Canada.
Ottawa, Aug.    29.���King    Edward's
Gallagher Is Thankful.
New York, Aug.    29.-0.ie   of   the
happiest men ln New Jersey today is
t    .ml i  p.iil��Ehcr  who Is In the Jer-      ���,,���, ,,	
rnAi Kal'tln. the action of;this tradition, and as often as not
ffy 2Kd tarJtabBT attempt to as-'there was no membenof the cabinet
the    '    d ';;r,   -My prayer with him when he spent long periods
J?"���"S��a   th.S?h��ven.�� U ^l��t Hambur.. Marlenbad   or   B.arrlt,
'���Gaynor is not dead." twice a year.
However, he was fiee to admit that
they  were  dirty,  but    thought    that
Buiiuuiuuuevo  mu,\_cn.cu   in.,,,  wo  uua-  p. n>e  arnmcement  might    be    made
band flrst shot his wife and (hen, fix-  whereby   they   could   stay   end   keep
ing his rifle with a piece of string, he clean.
lay down beside the body, clasped Its |     Alderman  Gilley  fell  in line    with
here and spent nearly nil their money,  horse,  formerly   the  king's  colonials.
" ......   .....   wll) probabiy train ln Canada in 1911-
������������������������������������������������+
��� *
Seventy-three Dead.
hand, and filed the bullet through his
o��.n head.
Power Company Appeals.
Nelson, Aug. 29.���The Violin Lake
Power company has appealed against
the award of Government Agent
Harry Wiight last fall, approving the
plans of tbe city of Trail for a water
system on Cnbroldge creek. The appeal will be heard before Hon. Price
Ellison, minister of lands and woiks,
ln this city, early this week.
this suggestion but the of he- aide--
men all wished to refer the matter to
the police committee to act and In a'l
probability tbe noble red men and
their families wlll be shown ti_, river
gate of the city this evening. They
are mostly nil camped on el'y pro-
rerly and would not be doing any particular harm If they would cr'y keep
clean. Insreetor Pearce described the
condition of their camp as a menace
to tbe health
population
of   the   entire   white *
Portland, Ore., Aug. 29.���
After receiving a report from
Associate Forester Sllcox at
Wallace, the Forestry service
announces the total dead and
missing of forestry men as
seventy-three. These are distributed as follows: Wallace
district, 24; St. Joe (Avery)
district 43; Cabinet Farest, 4;
Pend d'Orellle Forest, 2.
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TUESDAY,   AUGUST 30
Qassified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE
WANTED.
I
jHALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
JAPANESE   SCHOOL   BO^    WANTS   Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia'
sll lation in bouse.   Apply P. 0. Box
818, city.
WANTi:,'���i'i:\' GIRLS at unci:;
apj l..   Roj al i Ity steam laundry,
IVANTED���POSITION AS FOREMAN
for i ailway work; ad Iress 366
Keai5  .-iieel. Sap] erton.
IVANTED    PARTY  TO CLEAR  LOT
bv contract.    Box 922, City,
IVANTED���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR
a few ho ii - dally, bj English lady.
Apply -Mrs. Wixey,   320    Columbia
slid ;.
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, G. C        Phone 335
WE Hr.ve the following choice prop-
ertl 's, mostly on or near B. C. Elec-
ti Ic Railway, and all bul lasl two In
list within comparatively short distance of Canadian Northern terminus, opposite New Westminster
city. |
TWO and a half acres on B. C Elec-
ni ��� car line, mar Scotl road, South
Wei; nlnster. Price, .2,1 00; .800
cash; 6, 12, and 18 moir.lis, at 7
i er cent
BLOCK of 17 lots. 132x65, hnlf mile
from nam line, South Westminster.
A bargain at only $1,500; $500 cash,
il and 12 months, at 7 per cent.
CARPENTER    WANTS    WORK    BV    ��� j
day 01 contract. Apply Box 19, Dally TWO five acre lois across road from
_\(\v Kennedy stati.in. B, C Electric Ry. {
S< mt Road.    Price $31 0 per aero, K j
cash, 6 and 12 months, al 7 percent.
dose 'ii Sixth Btreet. Tonus must ACRE and one-tenth in Burnaby, on
I,, derate. Reply to 20, News North Arm Road, near Geo. Mead's
office, nen residence, jusi outside city lim-
 _ ��� .    its.   t orneri on tramway cm off un-
WANTED      ! JING     ROOM     GIRL.      der    con I u tion,      Price    $3,000;
A]; Ij   ''ii, . s hotel. $1 Oi 0 cai li, 6, 12 and L8 months, at
��� i    7 per cent.
APPRENTK WANTED,    APPLY	
.Moon's millinery parlors,   opposite   NEW   Modern   resider
post o : Ice. *'" ��� ited
Will CELEBRATE
Bicentenary of Work in Canada to Be Remembered at
Halifax.
WANTED���TWO OU THREE FURN-
[shed rooms for llgiil housekeeping.
Applj  Box .;i this office.
BOOM  ANU    BOARD WANTED    BY
young man, above Fourth    avenue,
WANTED      BY      WORKING     MAN.
room and 1   ard near Eight!  avi nu ���
:. |  |.. ��� reet.   Reply K��� News
iffice.
beautifully
v. ered In i hade and
Fruit trees, roar Porl Hammond,
C. P, R, station. Prici $5500;
$2 500 cash, balance to arrange al ,
per i "iit.
WAN ! El ro REN1
.Mon; l:s. flve or
tm nished li be t    . e   to
,'insi ,i . . di mid a - allable   by
.-, ; l,      leply,  stating  price
nnd   i ai ticula: s,  i i  Box   789,  News
offii e,
WaN'i ED- LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING
rooms for four; no children; in city
or i.i ar \ 1 initj; or small furnished
house.   Addn ss Box A., Daily News.
ir winter HALE BROS. Sz KENNEDY, LTD.
six      room ..
New Westminster.  B. C.      Plione
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
i'ii. block    5 north,    range   2  west,
containing one and one-sixth acres.
Price $2000;   one-third    cash,    bal-
WANTED��� A    NIGHT WATCHMAN;:    anee   six,   twelve     and     eighteen
fourth class engineering papers re-1    months at    7    per cent.    Interest,
quired.   Apply the Westminster Mill (205-A.)
t__ms>imjxji*^r*r^
STANFIELD'S
All Wool Underwear, Elastic Grip,
all weights $2.50 to $4.00 per suit
PENMAN'S
Natural Wool, all weights $2.50
per suit
WOLSEY
Underwear, All Wool in natural
nd pink, $6.00 to $8.00 per suit
WANTED���FIVE OR SIX ROOMED
cottage, unfurnished; close to oar
line.    Apply   E.  K., News office.
a
aL-iJt���ma,
__auraa&��_��2����2 m^-^m^^a_ra
Co.,  I.nln   Island.
WANTED���A SMART YOUNG Woman. Apply Royal City Hye Works,
345 Columbia street.
W A N TED ��� HOU S E K E E PING
FIFTY ACRES in township 9, fronting on Clover Valley road, and close
to two railroads. Price .100 per acre.
Terms over five years. (206-A.)
Ph
Ottawa, No-. '���"���'��� Two hundred
years a .p. the flrsl regular church
service In Canada, according to the
u8e of the Church of England, was
held at Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia,
whore, after tli'' cai ture of the fori
by Gen. Nicholson, n Bervlce of
thanksgiving for the success of the
arms of her majest) Queen Anno waa
Ik Id,
Today   the   Church   of   England   in ,
Canada    has    twenty-two    dlocesses R
retching   trom   the  Atlantic  to  the  Wl ������j���
Pacific,  and   the  bicentenary   of   Its'
work In the dominion is to be   cele |
bratei  by  special  events  al   Hallf
!;,mi j,, tl e towns of Windsor and .'
Royal, during the flrsl week
of Septeml er next, Al Halll lx the
n w cathedral prooanly the flnesl
Anglli an churcl i dlfli e In Cana la, i -
to  he oi ened  on  September 2,
nrja]     in  stone of  tho blcentem
ary. and  the three followln ���  6 ���
��� Canadi in church congn ss is to
:,. i eld, i i v hli ' there p omit i I ���
be a rccoi I attendance.
!a. i.    Vni llcan  d  ic   e  In  Ci i
ndlng deli i the coi
���    I    lull    nann      of  ninnj    of  tin
leadei      I     e in I' e
��� ��� [] i. Greul
Brltaii         I   Canada.      Tho i     front
the   Atlantic  wlll   Ine
lop of G1      ow, t h
don, . ip Taylor Smith   ���
��� in   general   of   thi I ih   ai my
le   from   the   United   Stntes   v i '
i   the b   hops of Wi   hlnj ton,   ' i
sachusetts,   Duluth,  Colorado,  C< i
Mew    Y'ork,   Ti   rn    i ���     Indianapolis
Idaho,  Hai rlsburg  an I tin    Phlli] pine
well as nuinhei s ol lea  ina
priests and  laymen.    The  number of ���
distinguished    Canadian    ecclesiastics
.im will take part ia ih irenion
will, of coai se, be verj  large.
supplies i
AND   EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  AT
665���Columbia Street���665
New Westminster, B. C.
.Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Mi n ll   "urecl by
J. HEM LEY
NEW  WE8TMINSTER, G. c.
Telephone   R   1 13.  0 ;,
��
rooms  for  married    couple.    Apply   SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
Box A.A., this office.
A LARGE UNFURNISHED SUNNY
room, walking distance, with phone
in house, wanted by gentleman,
price I    P. O. Box 852.
WANTED���A CARPENTER. WALSH
Sash 6 Door factory.
WANTED���COUPLE, NO FAMILY,
desire house to rent; G or 7 rooms,
unfurnished; West End preferred.
Entry by September 1. Reply to
Box  H. News office.
S, prairie land. Price $12t> per acre; I
one-third casli, balance one and;
two years. (204-A.l
THIRTY
ACRES  in
section
36,
block
,". north
rangi
'   1   VI
est, twenty
acres
cleared
with
new
house
and
barn;
good w
ater.
Price   .270
per
acre.
Terms
over
e
ghteen
months.
|
(1
75-A.)
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The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
I
160 ACRES on the Scott  road within
 six    miles    of    New  Westminster.
���SVANTED-A GIRL FOR GENERAL Prlce y85 per acrp. on*e.thlrd <,,,,,
housework nnd plain cooking. Ap- balance six, twelve and eighteen
ply 125 Third  avenue. months.    Investigate this.    (208-A.)
'80 ACRES in section 25, township 2,
.l.'.o per acre; $4200 cash, balance
over two years. 1141-A.)
10 ACRES Iii northwest quarter of
section 19, township 2. J200 per
aryc; one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per cent, interest. (201-A.)
FIV�� ACRES in section 18, township
8, on Newton road. $1.0 per acre.
Terms over two years. (*U-A.)
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best fruit lands In that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
FOR   SALE.
FURNITURE FOR SALE AND
house to rent. 217 Keary street,
Sapperton.
>'OR SALE���POUR SPIT PUPPIES,
Lytton hotel dining room.
FOR SALK���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
on Westminster road; about 180
feet to another road; for $700; quarter cash. Herbert Gay, Windsor
hotel,   after   6   o'clock.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR    RENT --   FURNISHED    BED-
room. 4:M  Third avenue.
FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT WITH
board, in private family, on Fifth
avenue, mar Vancouver car line.
Apply Box C. C. C., Dally News.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply  71:;  Trow  street.
TO  LET���FURNISHED  ROOMS. AP-
ply    upstairs Trapp   block,   corner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
koom to RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen,   Apj ly at 233 8th St.
TO RENT -- FURNISHED BED-
rooms. 7ns Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. in. or between 9 a. m. anil
r> p. m, at Room 14. 623 Columbia
stree
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.
GRAND  TRUNK  SYSTEM
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
gn3fclflft.fi.a 3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18' ,   Knots
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) MONDAYS and FRIDAYS
at 11:30  P.M. for  PRINCE   RUPERT   and   STEWART.
Monday steamer connects at Prince Rupert with S.S. "PRINCE
ALBERT"  for  Skide. ate, Jedway, Collinson Bay, etc.
Friday steamer connects at Prince Rupert with S. S. "PRINCE
ALBERT" for KIncolith, Naas Bay, Masset, etc.
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS   at   2   P.M.   for   VICTORIA  and  SEATTLE.
Solid wide vestibule trains of coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago, Detroit, London, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, New York Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston, etc.
Longest double track route under one management on the American Continent.
For rates, time tables, booklets, and full information, passenger
or freight, apply to
L. V.  DRUCE, Commercial  Agent.    H,   G.  SMITH,  City  Pass.  Agent.
533 Granville Street, Vancouver.    Phone 7100.
GENERAL   AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
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. O, Box 431,
N'ew Westminster, Quick results
guaranteed.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706  Columbia  Street.
Phone 466.
PRIVATE
IOARDINI
r
HOUSE���
First  cl
ass
board.
Newlj
furnished
rooms.
All
home
coe
.kin
. .    Terms
very reason
ible. at
51 i
A.
nes street.
ONE FIFTH of an acre overlooking
Porl Mann and close to li. c. Electric, splendid  view property;   $200,
one-quarter cash.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 'Tenth
street.
TO   RENT.
FOU RENT���A live-room house with
out. buildings; double lot; good location: near Vancouver tram in
West End. Possession Sept. 1. Apply to Home. Daily News office.
: THIRTY-TWO and a half acres in sec-
lion 36, Langley, some clearing,
small house and chicken house. The
map will show you that this is a
bu. :  $75 an acre.
TEN acres in section 19, township 2,
Surrey, near Scott, about four acres
cleared, small old house; $200 an
acre;   good  terms.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia  Street.
Phone 466.
LOST.
lAJOl���   .     f(JI   l\l.ll(UUc\    UJ.M.ilA-
ing sum of money and checks.
Finder rwturn to the Rpval city
Dye Works and receive reward.
FOUND.
FCttTNI) AT'THF tV'ALSH 'S \Sl I ANU
Door Factory the latest thing In the
line of front doors.   Phone -11". **
NOTICE     REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All persons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the 'left hand side
of the car track while proceeding in
either direction.       -       '. .
By order, ���  , ���   ���
.1. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
City  Hall,  August  12.  1910.
READ THIS
Do you want a lot in the centre
of the city.   The old Clute Home,
corner of Third Ave. and Seventh
Street, is now on the market ; the
price is $1000 per lot and upwards
and will be sold on good terms.
As the beautiful house is now on
our new street, we will give it to
the purchaser of any two lots for the
small sum of $1000. It now rents
for $35,00 a month.
Don't forget, we will give you good
terms.
P. Peebles,
EARTH    ON    LONG    JOY    RIDE.
Famous French Astronomer Says It
Has Twelve Movements.
Rails. Aug. 29.���Camille l-'lauima-
rion today describes the earth's J j
ride through space. He says every
living being, every atom of matter, Is
carried through space at a prodigious
velocity. The earth is nol a plaything of three movements, as has
been said, but of twelve.
1. Diurnal rotation around its axis,
in twenty-three hours, tlfty-sl\ minutes.
2. Annual revolution around the
.un in 365 days and one quai ter,
::. Procession of equinoxes, In 25,-
765 years.
I. Monthly movement of i- n
around center of gravity of the earth
a a ui system.
Mutation caused by the attraction of moon, in eightei n and one-half
yi ars.
ii. Secular variation of the obliquity of the eliptic.
7. Secular variation of the eccentricity of the terrestrial orbit.
8. Displacement of the line of apsides (the great axis of the terrestrial
orbits)   in  21,   years.
9. Perturbation caused by the constantly changing attraction of the
planets.
10. Displacement of the enter of
gravity of the solar system around
which   the earth   revolves  annually.
II. General translation of the solar
system, which carries the earth, as
well as other planets of the solar
system, toward the constellation Hercules.
12. Movement of the terrestrial
pole which causes a slight change In
all latitudes.
To these twelve movements could
he added a thirteenth, that of the
tides on the surface of the earth,
which twice every day raise the earth
under our,feet.
The globe Is nutnmoMle. weighing
j 6,957,930 qulntalllons of kilogrammes
land within a diameter of 12.742,200
metres, which In one year travels
around the sun In a circuit measuring
936 millions of kilometres at a speed
of 2,536,000 kilometres a day, or 106,.
nun an hour, 1,780 a minute, or 29.670
metres a second. This movement apparently goes on in the bosom of the
most absolute repose, of absolute Immobility,   in   absolute  silence.
from the time of its llrst appearance In the universe the earth has
never traversed the same road twice,
for it does not describe around the
.un a closer orbit, but a spiral.
...
Re
Mon
A   GOOD     FRIEND    ALWAYS
If you dep isll  yo ll
safety In The Dank of '.     ���  i
lt wiil be Bate while you
lt, and read} wbi n you tn
an I it will be
All The Time
earning for you three per cent
Interest small or large sums
may be deposited at any time,
80   BRANCHES
In   Ontario,   Quebec   and   the
West.
CAPITAL     $4,000,000
REST     4,750,000
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C,
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr,
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
620 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 307
POLITICS APPEAL TO  PASTOR,
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAUREWX|C-
Trlple  screw,   14,9^ ton..
S.S.  MEGANnv^.
Twin screw, ii.ddo tons. >���
largest and most modern. *������
commodation equal to any eroil'
Ing the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING. _^
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired
Woodwork Of All Kinds.
39 Alexander St.
H
Advertise In
The Daily News
American Resigns Because He Can't
Discuss Other Than  Religion.
Osliosh, Wis., Aug. 29.���Uev. Daniel Woodward, pastor of a Methodist church :it Otnro, Wis., hns resigned Ms pulpit because lie was told by
Superintendent S. II. Anderson, of
the Oshkosh district of the church,
that lie would either have to give up
his pulpit or cease talking polities.
Rev. Woodward claims he had heen
grunted a leave of absenee with the
understanding that he could take the
stump against county option.
Superintendent Anderson, however.
claims that the hoard was not uaniiii-
mous in the matter nnd that after reports eame In of Woodward's strong
argument against county option, the
hoard held another meeting and
unanimously agreed that Mr. Woodward had overstepped his position
and must be recalled to Ills church.
In a statement Superintendent Anderson said a Methodist pastor could not
serve his church and he a political
sneaker and do both successfully.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens Lay.
Central Meat MaiM
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and,FI��" *
PHONE 370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The  Arrow Pfss
Mrs. E. M. Dommy, pr0
. n   609 Victors
near The Daily News Co.,
Street.
Tn.  a   -WANT"  ad  ID  TllC
It will bring results.
Ne��'S- IESDAV.
AUGUST   30,   1910.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
FR|DAY, AUGUST 26, 1910.
Rank of Montreal
V** ESTABLISHED 1817.
...   $14,400,000.00
]cap|TA,��� "" 11,000,000.00
I RESERVE   	
,i,Pa throughout Canada and
"r:1 ii,nd anu In London, Eng
K��!f0��'Sk. Chicago and Spokane.
14 a and Mexico City. A general
0,S;,���. husiness transacted. Let-
m i fredlt issued, available with
,Respondents in    all   parts of   the
ff0orld,ines Hank Department���Deposits
Ba,   ,|  in  sums  Of  $1   and  upward,
reC/interest allowel at 3 per cent, per
Wlm (present rate).
WTotal Assets over  $1S��,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G, p. BRTMNER, Manager.
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
Westminster
Transfer Co,
Bam 'P��o��* IM
tvfflce 'PHone 1��
Columbia 8treet-
BMgage   dalWared   promptlj   te
��it part of tbe elt..
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. (1. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room a  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, 3. C.
Phone 661
Residence   Phone   133
p, 0. Box 395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
He.itiiig  and   Plumbing
ill Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial   Block
FRANK H. D0DMAN
Coach and  Automobile   Painter.
At the annual meeting ol the a
cultural societies ol British Columbia
held In Victoria In January last, dates
"or n'' ���������������    throughoul the Province
were arranged as follows:
First   Circuit.
*""���'��������      Sept. li and v,
Nanaimo     Sept, 16 and it
Comox      sept. 22 and 23
Cowlchan        Sept. 2". and 21
The Islands   se],t   21
Victoria        sept. 27 to Oct. l
N.  aud  S.  Saanich Oct 7 and S
Second   Circuit.
Coquitlam      Sept. 20
Maple   Ridge Sept 21 and 22
Mission       Sept. 23
Agassiz        sept. 21 and 28
Chilliwack      Sept. 20, 21 and 22
Third    Circuit.
Nicola       Sept. 13 and 14
ArniBtrong      Sept. 22 and 23
Vernon       sept, 15 to it
Kamloops      Sept.. 28 to 30
Kelowna      Sept. 20 and 21
Salmon   Arm    Sept. 23 und 24
Bummerland      Oct. 17 and 18
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey       Sept. 27
Langley      sept. 28
Eburne     Sept. 29 and 30
Ladner      Sept. 2:: and . 1
MEICAIFE ADVISES
BETTER PACKING
B. C. Fruit Commissioner
Gives Pointers to Growers
of Peaches, Etc.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Lettering  and  Top  Repairing,
1011 si\ih  Avenue.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watciea for Laill.-s from .1275
Winches,    gents'    open face
UP.
16.00.
���   Watches,  pmts'  open    case,
$7.50 up.
Agent    tor    Waltham   nnd     Kigtn
W i
v. ��� h repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Train  Service New
Westminster
Departures.
5:45���To Seattle, Porl Moody, Bar-|
Iietl  and  Vancouver.
8:00���To Vancouver,
9:15���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancouver and local points.
15:06���To St. Paul. Kootenay points
and Sumas.
16:45���To    Vancouver     and    local
points, Agassiz and local points.
19:35���To Montreal and   Okanagan
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
*~      7:43���From    Montreal,    Vancouver,
Po '   Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul,   Okan
Kootenay and Sunns.
10:18���From     Agassiz,    Vancouver
and loi al points.
IG: 15��� From Vancouver.
is: 16��� From    Vanco ner,     Si at!  ���
Writing from Regina, J. ('. Metca'fe,
British Columbia's touring trull commissioner, says ot the situation in
Saskatchewan and Alberta:
Regina, Aug. 16.
In speaking with Manager MacPher-
son. fruit company jobbers, he stated
prices asked lor Triumph peaches by
B. c. shippers were too high; could
do! handle at prices quoted, stated
he would buy Washington, Alberta
and Crawford peaches at fifty cents a
case In preference for his trade. lie
further stated he could buy Washington apples four and four and a half
tiers of different, varieties at elghty-
11\e cents ier box, f. o. b. point of
shipment.
I think prices asked hy growers aud -
shippers .of B, C. al present time aro
reasonable lrom  present  reports from!
the American side, or until quotations1
ale   lower   from   American   points   or
markets here- are being glutted by
consignments. Would advise shippers
to hold to present prices asked.
Car of mixed fruits to Stockton &
Rollison Jobbers here from Vernon.
II. C, arrived in pretty pood condition, peaches rather over-ripe, would
not stand shipping out to rural points,
packed rather slack, otherwise very
good, Would advise picking . reener
and packing closer to avoid shifting
of fruit in box when handled. Saw
Ontario tomatoes and peare on this
market today, came in by express
from Winnipeg, had evidently come in
by freight in carloads to Winnipeg,
and were being distributed from there
to jobbers here and elsewhere. Were
selling retailers tomatoes eleven-
quart basket, |1.50; pears, eleven-
quart basket, |t.2o; pears small i nd
of poor quality; tomatoes good size
and quality. The express ag'-nt here
reports blackberries and plums coming in from B, C. by express, but In
limited quantities to date, arriving in
excellent condition, a few cherries
trom Victoria si ill coming In; stock
very good and command high phlces.
Retailers here report short supply of
all small fruit this season and at presenl time are nol able to gel an ai'.e-
luate supply of blackberries to meet
the requirements of the trade.
point from B. C. for retailers here,
all coming in excellent condition;
dealers report the same. Retailers
stale later on obtaining carloads of
mixed fruits, apples, crabs, pears and
prunes. They report demand good
for all varieties of fruits. The short
crop does not appear to affect the
trade or lessen the demand to date. I
saw cherries from Victoria, and blackberries from Hammond. B. C.J fruit
was fresli. packages well-filled, and In
excellent  condition  generally.
To summarize: Ontario fruit crop
reports from various sources still con-
tlnues below medium; apples small
and of poor quality. North Yakima
reports Elberta peaches dropping to
the extent of fifty per cent; t'raw-
fords for some cause not known at
present have Btopped growing, fully
fifty percent; will not be picked, being under size; prices for pears ruling higher.
While the present utter failure of
all native wild fruits in these provinces which grow in such abundance
and are put up and used to a great extent by consumers generally, will
have the tendency to Increase the demand for other fruits, At the same
time I would advise growers aud shippers to push sales with jobbers and
retailers everywhere in these provinces, especially in Alberta and Saskatchewan and not to He back expecting dealers to come to you. The
crop Is abundant enough to require
pushing sales energetically, and the
growers and shippers that do s.> will
find It to their advantage and benefit, I would also advise picking
peaches greener and packing closer.
The apples sent have heen of good
size and clean, but off co'or for grade,
but there should he no trouble on that
point from this date on. Attend to all
the details of shipping and push sales
vigorously, fill all orders promptly on
date required if possibly to do so.
(Signed).       J. C. METCALFE,
Commissioner.
CANADA'S SHIPPING SHOWS
INCREASE DURING YEAH
Dominion    Retains    Tenth
World���Grinei   166   Vesse
ing   Period.
Dur-
Ottawa, Aug. 29.���Retaining Its position ot tenth place in the aggregate
of the world's Bhlpplng the Dominion
of Canada had on its register books
at  the end of last  year 7,768 vessels.
of 718,533  tons, an  increase   of   166
vessels and 16.229 tons, as compared;
with the corresponding year.
The number of steamers on the re--:
sels with Nova Scotia a close second.
The figures by provinces are aa follows:
Total N'o.
of Ships.
New  Brunswick       937
Nova Scotia   2,058
Quebec      1,432
Ontario       2,061
P.   E.   Island        150
British   Columbia    1,020
Manitoba             90
Yukon            16
Saskatchewan            4
Total ton-
ai e net.
62,984
160 288
175,370
���jus 563
:u,154
92,7 t<;
r>,08T
2,984
-111*
HIS   NAME   ON    HARDTACK
GETS    SOLDIER    A    BRIDE
Derby,  Oonn., Aug.
19.���Walter 11-
lo the war
isler books on the same date was ... Osborn, of  Mei idem went
229  with a gross tonnage of 513,962. maneuvers last summer as a member
Assuming the average value to be $30 of Companj  1 of the Connecticut Na-
per   tou,   the   aggregate   value   of   net tional   Guard,   and,  as  the  train   was.
registered  tonnage  would  he  $21,556,- passing     through    Brockton,    Mass.,.
590 wrote his    name   and address   on a.
uilt'piece of hardtack and tossed It from.
The  number  of   new   vessels
and  registered  during  the year  was
327, measuring 25,306 tons net.
Estimating the value of new -tonnage at $4f> per ton gives a total of
$1,138,770 for new vessels, inning
the year 246 vessels were removed
from the register bookB.
It is estimated that 36,430 men
and hoys were employed on ships registered  In  Canada during  tlle  year.
Ontario leads lu the number of ves-
the car window.
A pretty girl, who was at tbe sta^
tlon to cheer the soldiers on their
way to th front at Uoston, spied the.
army meal when il struck the ground.
She picked  it  up.
The young woman sent a postal
card to the addiess given. Yesterday
they walked together down the aisle-
of a Brockton chinch and said "I
will."
FIRES   SHOTS   IN   CHURCH.
Former Friar Desecrates Basilica of
Vatican to Attract  Attention.
Rome. Aug. 29,���A former Franciscan friar named Ileltramini created a
panic In the basilica of the Vatican
at vespers by firing three shots from
a revolver Into the air. The worshippers fled from the church and the
service was suspended.
Beltramlni. who was arrested, said
that he desired to attract attention
with a view to securing his reinstatement to the priesthood.
LAND   ACT.
I
d;s-
and local points.
20:40 -From Vancoui - r,
22:02���From Montreal    and    Ni
i oints.
��� ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
H.  C.   B.   FOSTER,  A.  G.   P.  A.,  Van
couver.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3VS  to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
V.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwheeler
S. S.  PAYSTREAK |
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Com-
Pany'a wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday ut 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri-
d:iy and Sunday at 7 a. m.
rirst Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
WALSH SAS^
& DOOR CO.
W. E. Walsh      VV. B. Walsh. Jr.
Factory, 226 14th St.
New  Westminster,   B.C.
Phone 413.
We   make  a   specialty  of   fir
doors,  steamed   and  kiln  dried.
Moose .Taw. Aug. 10.
A  car   of vegetabli s, mainly   from '
t'ernon,  B.  ('..  for the  Vernon   Fruil
company  here. Bhlpped on August 8,
arrive I on  Augusl   12, four   days   In
;   cucumbers, cabbage and   toon toes arrived  In  poor c in Ution.    I
understand manager to state car hajj
n< I   been  shipped under tee.    1 think
'; It   is  a  greal   mistake on the part  of
shippers to attempl snipping without
I lng  al   this season  of the year,  the
' hei '   generate i   by   fresh   fruit   and
���   etables in car in addition   to   the
ch   temperature  at this  Beason  of
ue year they could not possibly hold
:���> long unless r.rrested by  refrig ora-
,tion.   A car of mixed fruits from Ver-
Don, B. C. to tbe Hex Fruit company
here,  arrived  in   .ood condition,  with
the   exception   of   cucumber*   which
were over-ripe.   All cucumbers I have
: seen from B. C. this season have heen
'over-ripe.       There   is   absolutely    no
'sale  for  them  when  they   arrive   In
that condition.
New Westminster Land District.
trict  of   New   Westminster.
Tike notice   tha;  John    Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson    Island,     iccupatlon
farmer, intends  to applv  for  neriris-
sion  to  purchase  the ' following    de-
" Ibed  lands:
Commencing at a ] ost planted
about one mile northeast from the
head of Billings hay. and about 40
chains easterly from the southeasl
corner of limber lot number 37341,
thence north 40 chains, thence easl
���lu chains, thence south -in chains,
tlience west 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1910.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$16 weekly. For further particulars apply tu Hospital. Telephone 7aa.
Swift   Current.  August   17.
Express agent here reports   blackberries and some large fruits coming
Iin from B. C. but in limited quantities,   arriving  in   eicellent   condition.
I dealers report the same. A ear of
American mixed fruit arrived here on
August 15 from the Hex Fruit company, Moose Jaw. for dealers here,
but a consl lerable part was distributed east and west on the main
line to dealers at smaller points. Notice of another cur had been received
by retailers coming from Stockton &
Mollison. Regina, of mixed fruits from
Vernon, 11. C, nnd no doubt more or
less of this car will he distributed to
Other points along the main line east
and West.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds  of  Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon  and  Sixth  St.  New
Westminster 11. C, Phone 354.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING I
Estimates  Given  on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk.
Phone 388
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P. M. dally except Saturday, and
��n Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C. E.  R. ticket offlce snd on board steamer^   Eleo-
trie
can leave Steveeton erery hour  ton
the half-hour) for Vancou-
8ee the Famaue Fr. .er  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc. .
"ou��. trip tickets to Stetestoe. Saturday sfteiaeons, fl.
Medicine Hat, Augusl IS.
Express agent, and dealers here re
i ort const lerable quantities of bl ick-
berries and largo trutts coming from
lt. C. by express to this point, arriving In goo 1 condition, l saw a shipment of green gages from Mission li.
C., which came In by express, Btock
was of good quality and fairly well
packed; a little slack. Would advise
packing tighter to prevent shifting
and destroying the finished appearance of the pack on opening box and
also better weight in packages which
is the general complaint against our
packing short weight In comparison
with the American product. There Is
a very large quantity of fruit sold and
consumed in this town for the population It is also a distributing point,
one regular jobbing house Is located
here P. G. Lynd & company. The
MacPherson Fruit company have a
larue basement for storage purposes
here, from wbicli they make delivery
two or three times a week. The following prices are quoted   by retailers
bere: _ .
Washington     crabs    (Transcend-
ants and Whitneys, per case..?���:.
Washington   plums    (Bradshaw)
per case  	
Washington   plums
per case  	
Washington  apples, per
Washington   peaches
per case  	
Washington   pears   (Bartlett) i..'.
B, C. blackberries   per case    8-fi
baskets       ���������"";" '$'^5  t0 '
Maple Creek. August 20, 1910.
Kx.ress a. ent reports   considerable
nimntities of blackberries, some cherriesai!"larger fruit, arriving at thi.
WILLIAM   CONLEY
Who  Plays  Doodles in "The Burgomaster."   at   the
day Evening, September 7,
HoL.se, Wednes-
(Abundancc)
ease
(Triumph)
1.33
1.51
2.25
1.25
3.00
Please"
The initials "B&K." which we print in red on every sack
of B&K. Rolled Oats that leaves our mills, mean more lo
you than it does to us. lt is your guarantee that the oats
are grown in the finest oats district in the world, that they have been carefully milled, are
free from hulls, cost less than ordinary oats and have a delightful flavor���much nicer than
any other kind on the market.    We therefore ask every woman before buying
fit MTtX.'N
EXTRA
CREAM
ROLLED OATS
Most
Economical
No Hull.
Cotton Bag
35c
to see that our trade-mark is on the sack ��� otherwise you will be disappointed. The "B*K" llavor will certainly tickle your palate���the first
plate of "B * K." porridge will make you one of our regular customers
for life, it's so nice und toothsome. You get more for your money
when you buy a sack of B*K Polled Oats ��� you get more oats���
better oats ��� cleaner oats. Buy a bag to-day. 6o lo your grocer today and order a sack.   And look for tho initial* in rod. 4
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co. Limited
Victoria, We��tmintUr, Vancouver, Notion, RottUnd, Strathcona, Calgary
	
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THE DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY,  AUGIkt 3Q
The Basly News
Published by The Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
��.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
fUNJON .#y]~LABEL> 4
LEES LIMITED
TUESDAY,   AUGUST   30,   1910.
RESIDENTIAL   SETTLEMENTS.
We Furnish Your
Hom e   Co mp lele
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
'*St_WS*_3___^^UJ���lmm��3LLZ.;^^
a vf^am*xiTJf*_-''\****11*^^
e
l^ i r**^r i rri=7iz> J
REMEMBER.   WE   CLOSE   AT   5   P.   M.    SATURDAYS, 10 p.  m.
visit
of ad-
The announcement thai Mr. Henry
Vivian, M. P. for Birkenhead, and one
of the active promoters of what Is
known as the garden suburb move-
i .( at In England, is aboul to
Canada to deliver a series
dressi s on town-planning and garden
suburbs, Is nol withoul interest. Ever
since success sn lied upon the Utopian
looking scheme of the garden city at
Letchworth, ln I Iei tfordshlre, s ime
ten yi irs ago, the movement for the
ere tl m of artist Ic arid heal' liful residential settlements has spread with
m ���:. li rful ra] Idity, The I Ian pstead
gai i :i subui b, v. hich lies on the
margin of London's greal  metropolis,
mai ki l an adi mce and an Impi	
. enl   upon the  Letchworth  Idea.
The question of the constitutionality
of this British Columbia statute has
been raised, and is to be carried before the proper tribunals for decision."
MAY   OPEN    FORESTS
FOR     SHE^P
GRAZING
Okano-an. Aug. 29.���H. K. O'Brien,
superintendent of the ollice of grazing for ih" national foresl service,
with headquarters al Portland, is In
: Okanogan, conferring with Supervisor II. M. Halo, of the Okanogan na-
j tional foi est. In regai d i > the mat 'er
of   opening   up    new    sheep    grazing
nday
 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^uper-
  Ivisor   Hale  of  this  city   anl    Foresl
i Hanger Plerpoint,   of the    Fish Lake
Thomas W. Lawson Throws a  Little'station, will leave on a.three weeks'
trip Into the headwaters of the  Mo-
Light on Spell Wielded by Titian    |thow and the Simllkammen rivers to
is. ertain ihe value of the giazlng
lands in thai section. They will go into the mountains by way of Loon Ii
and return by way of the Met how vai-
Unbeatable Values
I
in Chilcirens Hose \
HAIRED LADY WJS
BIG POWER IN THE LAND I ^T&^S. "ffi 531
U1U   lUNLIi  111   ILL  LHIlU|Mr   o-Hn-en. In company with Sm
School commences this  week, and there will be many little requirements for the
is generally the most important  Item, and for a good strong Be;vlceable stocking   one thui
ii |
lots of hard usage���you will And "The Bulldog" hard to heal.    i: has strength   in   t1
endurance In the wearing, and foi appearance, tit and color is far superior to all o
Sizes up to 7^, per pair   _	
    25e
si.ea from ~t. t0 io. per pair 	
 35c
Mr. n   []
Crowned Siren.
���    on, Aug. I���"I cannot iuiaciiie   ley.   _______________
a  more Interesting  national    episode      Grazing   land   for  sheep   is   limited
than the one which would  bring the |^���u*ho?Lth"-C1!!!.an
mil
. j Limn   mu   vuv   wiiieii   would   nnng  ine I �� "       ~ "   ......     (ol\llle
 _  :-i.,,iv  uM,  nio H  ii.i,.-    ��� .'   i forests,   and   the   increasing   demand
most charming and beautiful reslden-    Ud    Wlth ,,e Kt ' 1!"    and    her for it   ha.s caused the tores,  officials
,M"  cnalmlng ",,u storehouse    of    national    and    inter- to  take  steps   looking   toward   open-
tial settlement lias here been created nati0na] scandals Into the limelight," ing certain sections In the Okanogan
j i  co-operative    principles.    Other said Thomas \V. Lawson    today,   de-  1'"'"s' """ have heretofore been inac-l
Icessible owing to their secluded
NEW SHOT SILKS
.last  received this week, pretty and effective combinations, are hire in medium and dai
al i   for waists, dresses, and used a greal deal tor coal  linings.    Per yard 	
undei
tings
loessiDie owing to cneir secluded loca-
bf a similar    character|"aring that he knows the Identity of |tlon in the m0Untalns.   There is now
liave   followed   with   no   less  success
and more are now in the making.   At
no  very  distant  date  the outer  mar- rujn_
metropolis  will  he dotted |    The
I the   Titian   haired   beauty,   who
ic-1 being made on  the forest  officials in
cording to .Mis. Lillian Hbbart French,  north central Washington, demand for
nearly  lured  F. Augustus Helnze    to Brazing accommodations for some 40,
mysterious    woman  who    in
 i  sheep  that  can  not   be  supplied.
The Chelan forest has all it can lake
care  of,  the  Colvllle. forest  is   over
healthful settlements
These garden  suburbs  form
village  communities,  tlie
which are generally
cupants themselves
"���'   "  a���  ",,   .i         .��� """""'   ""u    '"-icare  ot,  the  Oolville   forest   is   over-:
vet   beautiful   and  tTvJJ Z^'" ^  nP"��nemS      .'  crowded iind �����* Bracing land  to date!
several American   financiers    to tell developed in the Okanogan forest is
gin  of the
-with   these  simple  ^  ���....w���^^
il.er secrets that brought about ^their   inadequate   to   supply    the    demands
arse1     "'   ,o1 . ,e    "nkn��w"    sl,en    *ho  made upon it.   There is said to be an
c.eateda   trust-owned" United States. abundance of   feed   in   the   section
houses    in senator, and who   allayed    an   inter- above referred to and if the investlga-
owned by the oc    *',nn '' 8candal :>   Washington   over tions of the gentlemen  who   are   to
the sale    of an island to the United   make the trip prove this to be   true
The mam prta- States   was first mentioned by    Mrs.  steps  will   probably  ho  taken by the
cinle of the idea is  to build  up    in ���*�� wh�� ls suing Helnze for $25,- government   to   build   trails   into  the
���   i     ���,������ ���( n.���       v      t , territory and provide means whereby
to crowded centies of popu-     Now Lawson. who at the time was  the sheep men can drive theli   flocks
proximity
lation, well planned    suburbs
artisans and  others can secure com-
and  healthy   homes  at   mod-
where '" a l'ositin" to know, declares that
the lady with ihe red hair accomplished  greater  feats    than     worming
.   . vi       mri   1,.,1-in-  homes  at   moo-  r,nancil11  secrets  from ambitious  mil.
fortable and health)   homes Uonaires for the benefit of a power-
erate rent with the opportunity of be-.ful coterie.
������������ nf M1pm "Slie has been a mighty factor    in
coming owners of them. ,st.lte     flnancialj   federa,    gnd   ^^
The  scheme  of town  planning  gen-  national affairs," said Lawson.    "I re-
,,    f���n,,v,���i  i.,  Panada has manv  member  the  conference  which    Mrs.
erally  followed In Canada lias man.   ^^ ^ ^ between Helnz(.   H  ,,
excellent points, but the straight lines  Rogers  mow dead) and    myself   and
for summer grazing.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day ScheOule.
MESS ALINE SILKS $1.00
Two-tone stripes, black aud white checks, and plain colors In son Messaline.
satisfactory  wearing silks it is possible to buy:  no fear of cracking and has
anee.    Inspect these.    Her yard	
This Is one of the i
a delightful sh i
 $1.00
of the streets rather militates against
the most  pleasing and restful effects system.'
being obtained.   A good de
is  certainly afforded  by  the diversity
of architectural style and   the
tenance    of well    kept gardens.
others at  the    Waldorf Astoria  hotel.
li   was before  I  had broken  with  'the
Heinze    had    held    up   the
*   r.-tmt  whole situation and was forcing us to
ot rciiei      , .
settle.
"There    was    no hesitancy on    the
���_   part of 'the system' gentlemen in us-
these advantages would  be increased  susceptible  man.    or    her
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, C:50, 7:20 and 8:00
a_m., and every half hour thereafter
until  11:30  p.m. il
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 0:20, 6:50. 7:20 and;
C:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until  11:00 o.m.
Ladies  and Childrens
Golf Coats
The demand this season tends
to a higher class than has been
the case formerly. Well knitted
garments in styles that do not
stretch and sag. that are made
to keep their proper shape.���
the quality is the means of this
���and are perfect in fit and
finish. All colors In Btock.
Prices from    $2.25 to $12.53
More New Dress Goods
Direct importations are adding
to our already extensive collection of stylish and exceedingly
pretty shadings ol woollen
faries. Broadcloths, an ever
popular material, In almost any
fashionable color; serges In
new weaves, including the new
diagonal effect, ami sell stripe,
in   exclusive  suit   lengths,     Cer-
talnly the besl Bbowing of dress
lain irs in the city. . From, per
yard     50c   to$2.00
More New Suits Arrive
Today
They  will  be rea I)   foi  ::.   e
lion early,    la spite of the I   I
we have no show  windows   ;-.t
i ��� ���  enl    v. .���    re  satlsl  -I with
tiie reception our new
ai o i ei eh lng,   i 'a
i bem today.    We In Iti
look, as our stork ��111 stand Inspection, and    we    n anl
busini .-s.    Our Prices are Right.
ing their secret agent���the ladv with
let  the red hair���whenever they found   a
Of    her    relations
~^^^^^^^^^^^^^s^^^m __U Heinze I know nothing,
jf the streets were sometimes curved.      "But  I am  surprised  that  the  lady
As    to the    question    of    ownership. ,difl "ot come before the public before.
'as she is a mighty factor in national
which is one of the strong points of,affairs, and owing to her powers in a
the English movement, that is a'ready   three  days  and  three nights'  seance
.     ot Politicians at a I'nion Square hotel
attained in a considerable measure in  a few years ago, a federal senatorship
this country. ! w�� (lo.kled-
,..  , Again  in  an   international   compll-
Possibly, however. Mr. Vivian may  ration   invoiving  the  gale  of  foreign
be able to communicate some useful   island  territory  to the United  States
,     , _ ln winch an international scandal had
ideas for adoption in the larger Cana-! started,   this   woman's   blandishments
dlan cities, where the evils of   over-1 smoothed  the troubled  waters."
.    . Lawson further discussed the action
crowding are already beginning to be 0f Heinze in forcing the Amalgamated
felt.   But we are bold enough to claim Copper people into a settlement dur-
ing the copper war,    and  recalled    a
that he would not find a great deal of  Waldorf   Astoria    conference     where   oW.und" "* i"
room for Improvement in the reslden-, $l-'.ono.nni�� was paid to Heinze, whose BunWB cars lea
*t l/*lll.1i^JW��.tti��ll*JIU^.'MimMlliM^^^y^MW^u..xii
Sjntiay Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 2:00 a.m.. and ev��ry half
hour thereafter  until  11  p.m.
tial portions of New Westminster.
[control of the situation lay in his
domination of the Montana state government.
UNCONSTITUTIONAL  PROTECTION
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       Mormon Head Bound Home.
  N'ew   York.     Aug.     29.���Jtfg'ejHl     P
Smith,    president    of    the    Mormon
The remarkable creation   ol   Attor- church, Is a returning traveller on the
ney-General Bowser,   known   as   the ^';''''f''..',,l*,1,huul "'"'" Ant*6rji and
Ho\er,   I'i.-..dent   Smith   went   abroad
Con:; -.Hies' Act, continues to   excite early in July for rest and recreation
con menl and concern In other parts
of the Dominion. Many manufacturers
and industrial concerns in the eastern
provinces have heen put to considerable inconvenience
Correspondence
(The Daily News is not responsible
oss and expense   for tbe opinions expressed by Its cor-
in consequence of tills discriminatory   reBPondents.)
legislation, and these have expressed;
their feelings pretty freely.   The Win-!
nipeg   Free   Press   labels  the  step   as  Editor  Daily  Xews:
, ... ,, Sir���I   would   like  to  seek   infortm
unconstitutional protection.    Our con- tinn thrninrh        , "a'
ion  n.iougii    .'.our    columns    ro the
temporary says: jHoii.  Mr, Graham's speech at Queens
THE   LORD'S   DAY  ACT.
Eburne  Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
ve  Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
SHIPLAP
Cedar. Fir and Hemlock
First Class Air Dried Stock
If you want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your wants, our price
will suit
B. C. Manufacturing Col
Phone 173    Lulu Island
SANITARY    NOTICE.
Great Northern  Railway.
Leaves     Xew     Westminster     8:17 j     All   rubbish   and   garbage  must   bf
a. m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p. in. removed   to   the   foot   of   Sixteenth
Leaves    New    Westminster    10:30 street and Fifth avenue, where it will
a.m.:   arrives   Seattle  3:15  p.m. be burned by the corporation.
Westminster    -1:30'    Any person or  persons  who dump
garbage   or   rubbish   of  any   kind   on
..mi- i.     ���     i    i i  ii i      ���     Iidl,v on  Dominion laws   The Hon   Mv
"This novelty in  legislation    is    in  nrnhnm  t.,i,i  ,u.,  .���  ���'���""-'>*>'>��� AM-
uranam Baid  that, the  Dominion gov-
effect, an application of the principle .eminent could not make   a   law that
of  protection,     it  establishes an  em- Thta'SitSSS.i.1? "'e "?��i? D��mlnio*'
mis statement he emphasized by say-
bargo  on  companies  outside    British  '"�� an act passed by    the    Dominion
Columbia, to .he advantage of British STSSi K?   SSSS"   Smiihia
Columbia companies;   but, of course, {from one end of the Dominion to the
other).    If thai  statement is correct
Leaves     New ^^^^^^^^^^
p.m.;   arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    N'ew    Westmlnstei'    1:1:27
a.m.:  arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves   Seattle   8:05  a.m.;   arrives
N'ew Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.
N'ew Westminster 6:25 p.m.
Leaves   Seattle  4:35   p.m.
N'ew Westminster 0:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:46 p.m.
N'ew Westminster 0:30 a.m.
arrives
arrives
arrives
any other stieet or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw,
By Order, S. 3. 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. Fitzpatrlck,
Address:     628 Hornby, Vancouver.    Phone  R 4845.
Coming to  New Westminster Shortly���address  later.
This IsMine more proof of the offlieacy of the Asthma Cure.   Hoar
lady has to say about tbe Asthma Cure.
what the Victoria
' .,_: 1123 North Park St.,
I      Victoria, B.C., October 28, 1909
Mr. Fitzpatrlck.
I am writing this to let you know what a great relief I have found
your asthma cure. I have suffered from asthma for ten years, and
have tried so many different remedies and have found nothing that
have given me such great, relief as your asthma cure, and bj continually laking it, I think 1 will  (ind it a cure.
MRS. MAV WITTY.
������^^���^^^^^^���^������^^^^^���^
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves N'ew Westminster daily, except   Sunday   from   bridge   passenger
station   3:50   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port
Guichon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves   Port    Gulchon    8:00   a.m.
daily, except Sunday;  arrives at New
i Westminsler bridge passenger station
10:20 a. m.
JEWELRY
Our stock of jewelry in Gold, Silver and  Gold  Plated is the most
complete ever shown In Westminster.    Call and be convinced.
I Chambe
it will be the ultimate consumer In
British Columbia who will carry the
burden. It aims at al taining hy a
roundabout method the same end as
would be attained by the establish-
ment of a customs tariff by Hritish
Columbia, wliich, needless to say,
would be absolutely unconstitutional.
why  is    the    Lord's Day act    not
operation In British Columbia ?
T. A.  BARNARD.
N'ew Westminster, Aug.  29,  19K
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE DAILY        NEW
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 0:00 a.m; arrives
bridge passenger station, New Westminsler, 10:20 a.m. daily execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.: arrives
Sumas S: 00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
Moving Pictures
Engagement Extraordinary
Charlie Collins, the Record
Singer and Miss Lillian Warren, Contralto.
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Official time inspector for C. P. Ry. ,
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he      daily      news' Admission 10c
Rush ton's Orchestra���4000
feet of Pictures.
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PAGE F1VB.
bon Bellies Figure Pug
vf0(;   a    Bona   Fide
lacrosse Player Any More
Montreals   and   Nationals   Can   Teach
Westerners Something  About
Foul  Work on  Field.
proti si
acrosse
Tommy
iiver teams In the
..will probably be a
I , .. Westminster
; the Playing oi
,,n tlie Vanco ^^^^^^^
��� : ,v game, Even granted that
"b0Xer has been registered llie
engtll t,i lime and is eligible  ,,,
! '. Btandpoint, Hie local    men
,   j, noi  a  bona lide la-
iayer and they object to play-
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Officials    at     New
In Its repoii oi i:e Montieal-Na-
tional lacrosse match in Montreal on
August 20, ihe Dally Star says:
i lol li teams iei ted i* up considerably, and the officials had their hands
lull handling the wrong-doers. Tne
players started the rough work right
from the stari. and six Montrealers
were benched in the opening quarter,
���he   team   suffering   forty   niinuies   in
Ul, while live National players made
the trip to the penalty timekeeper's
box for thirty minutes in all.
The big flghi came in the third
quarter, and ihe players of both sides
piled in and used their fists, feel and
.sticks lo the hos; of t! i ir ability. and
s ii resull ; e\ eral players had to be
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"   ���':'1"'""   l,,.'"'H      Roberts started   the  row   when   ho
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.    Nt        '    '' lnster ls n��( looked  as tho.      tl    ������  would  be   a
burlesque ol    the free Qght.    A  nui iber of cool headed
players,   with  the  help or the   blue-
Den In cl u e "i the races ai ,.,,.,., w)ln were on |ian(li soon Bettie(]
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Engineer   Explains   and   Council   Considers   Disadvantages  Outweigh
Possible  Benefits.
No
I ���   i eparaated.    S m e of the pi
nster and  Vancouver  to  play
e at 11 o'clock ln the  were  n0(   content   even   at  this,  and
���'��� ,'1""'1 r,n a11 bo Were .-till Inclined to mix it  up, and
'���' ������' Westminster, for a whih, [( [00\iet] a, though there
f tin   i ite rei elpts   al    .,,;.|,|  i���. an arr( 3t| bm  ,.,,, ;i,,    ,,..
'���������"������:   largelj   al   tra irdlnary   happened,   and    be   plaj
f the    >���< ar, are    nol   was resumed,    only thre    men  were
ivay. Pm,,: ,..|   ,    the row;   H     in g
a ten-minute n st, while Robe ts and
Secours   gol    a    fli i min ite    i enalty
Idy CROWD AT U
COAST   LEAGUE   GAME   ;,,,;,���.,.
Aug,    29.���Judge
. pie Idenl of   the
e, announce I today
.   ��� once begin an Investl-
��� i   rowdjism and disorder
,   -   i iy   morning's   b u e-
.. n   Sacramento   and
I   i!' the  investigation
.M uch exi Itemi til vas caused dur
lng the ti':;:t. v.-;.on Roddy Finlayson
came down fi om center Held and de-1
llberately hit one i f the National men.
This v. ork. however, escaped the
eyes of the officials, and he went unpunished.
During the four quarters nineteen
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ phneis were sent to the fence for a
I ��� the Vernon team will total of 155 minutes.    The champions
mended lost   eighty-live   minutes,   while   the
[reports reach me," said Presi- French-Canadians   were   out   of   the
|      un,    "Umpire  Finney    was  game  for seventy  minutes.
 he grounds by enraged 	
who had   easily   brushed     Just read the last   paragraph over
|     1 upposed  to preserve  once    more.    Montreal.    85    minutes;
"  ���    er, 1  understood  several   Nationals,   TO   minutes.     What   rotten
[engaged In fights with Bpecta-  referees  they   must   have  back  east.
which beer bottles were used
wis."
|:0OR CANADA"  NOW
THE  ATHLETIC   WORLD'
ida,"    the
of the  Dominion.
sporting
nas come
The man in charge of that game must j
have been the hired help of the
Nationals and the paid protector of
the Montreals, and given each of
them the double cross. For of course
the Montreals could never play a
dirty enough game to warrant sue!
wholesale penalizing, and the French
la new dress and under another me.n '\re a��.els in uniform.
Uhletic  World,"    the
���   - v,j ich shows consider-
rovi   enl  over    its previous
,;  The magazine devotes con.
di on to aquatic spoils,
��� iol running, etc., bul
Bay about Canada's
��� ,   | crosse,
lions  In   this   magazine
���  oul  and  altogether
- Iltable publication,
At   least  that    is    what    wild    and
Iwooly  westerners  have been led    toi
believe     since     Roddy     Finlayson's
babies went hack and sobbed all their
troubles to the sporting editor of the |
Montreal   Star,   who  sympathized    so
strongly with them that  he felt compelled to roast everything west of the
Rockies  because  the   Winged   Wheel-1
ers had heen beaten by a better team. I
Probably  the Star    is    even    now j
looking  up  a  stock  of  words  to    d.-!
Bcrlbe the coarse work of the West-j
'minster   team    in    the    forthcoming j
Minto Cup matches against the    Nationals.    The same old whine of robbery and foul play is sure to be heard
from the cast, and that stock whrase,
"Westminster, the    home    of    rough
lacrosse,"  is  to  he  trotted  out.
Here   in   Westminster,    for   some'
'years   at   least,   the   free-for-all   lights
have been kept In reserve until    the
game    was   over.    In    Montreal    the
.general   inixup   happens  at   any    old
time.    The penalty for fighting there
 , I Is a flve minute    check.    Here    Billy
"tents Have Received  no  Reply  Ditchburn keeps a twenty minute tag
i'-~ Challenge  to   Regulars .bandy for the man who uses his tists.
Jl? two weeks ago  Okev  Smith |    Clean lacrosse is evidently as little
wrrj Mackenzie   decided    they
"ster   up    a dozen    lacrosse
Baseball This Evening.
rals and  the  Alerts  are
I' a clash on Queens park dla-
i     ��� r-ening, the struggle start-
six   o'clock.    The  Alerts    are
��� In the  lead   at   present,   but
lis are coming up strong and
!o   annex    the    championship
presented  by   Messrs.     Bower
Fletcher,   Tonight's   encounter
i under the direction    of    Alf.
AFRAID ?
I '������'���." ������������������' i beat the pick of the
'���n committee  in  this  season's
; igalnat    tin-  Vancouver    auri-
> iily   on    their    lineup
id nol heen classed "ainn-
J "'���������     by   the  committee.    A
1/ - nl   to Secretary J.  I.
nnd   received    by   hlm   on
understood by the Montreal team as
it is by Newsy Lalonde's hunch. Anyway, why should they play clean In
Montreal ?
LLOYD   GEORGE   ANNOYED.
J''" ' i reply has been received.
intents  had   hoped   to   meet
lasl    night,    bul     there
���''���Ui- doing.   As the prise al
���   cream  all   round.  It    is
" Same  wll]  be  played  this
Jr- else the   losers   may   have
"tj in
Paying the forfeit.
Chancellor Tells Suffragette That
Petulance Does Not Serve a Cause.
London, Aug. 29.���Mr. l.loyd,
Qeorge made a petulant attack on
Mrs. Fawcett, the leader of the non-
militant election of the suffragists, In
a   speech   al    llodnalil,   .North    Wales,
defending the attitude he took upln
opposition to the "Conciliation" bill In
the bouse of commons.
"Petulance does not serve a cause,"
declared the chancellor. "Mrs. Faw-
Icett, because 1 voted against the bill,
I has given venl to the ill-natured, 111-
conditioned, and fatuous observation
that Cells are not lil for government
and that in spite of the fact that a
majority of the Welsh Celts, in their
zeal for the women's cause, voted for
her bill.
"1 am very glad to think she does
not represent th9 chivalry of her Fex."
Mr. Lloyd George Is evidently chafing at. the restraint of the political
truce. In his speech he managed to
seem     ipet ln a  "umber of charges like the
of the iL��,      ,e  gone  '"   'be following:
��t       ���...__i...,n_|    .-r])e i,ouso 0f iovds is an obstacle
1 One oTThT5, tllia  tn   part   is in the path of reform.
> i. "eir nowsminoro B!,va- I "Had it not been for the plural voter, who votes several times In the
course    of    a    general    election,    we
frank Gotch Has Retired.
1 ' - City,   ^Ug.    29.���With    264
." '' hts credit out of a total
.'matches Frank Gotch has de-
���"Mull wrestling,   in a letter to
* sporting writer, the champion
I'.'" !,ul he has all the money he
\t 'M that   he  has   thrown   the
Brain
storm.
vie T "r lh" Mlnt0 CuP  ana
;i;,:"""s which   defended   lt   this
1     seem  to   have   gone  to    the
,.'"" People of New Westmln-
*at Instance,  "-���-   ' '   '
., sir newspapers says:
t'ftimi0'1"1"1 "f ,lle Pacific West
I S',K ^ realiz,
ze  the  value of
lajorily at. the last
iun\:m nothing   can be   too j should have had a mu     - ,
15* -acrosse  hoys  of  rt^*^��g*?*�� -V
tlious'aiid, and  W8 should have bad a
bui   If |parliamentary majority oi iw.
__M        H^^^i^H
VerPoolof the Pacific West"  Is
'Wi
lei
isi   ii
Bounds so;
fci I?tmin.ter ^"aTestOTn u^Fi'liHrtiiiit'to """h,(> the ,l^n,:
IIIHV
jibed'
}����� bl.
fesZ^sarUy^onow
nr*A gJJJW cities in Bhlpplng."
���can   Vancouver   be   ds- ber of plural  voters In this country
''-se   the    Royal    City who will be at. the command ��f every
��no,   I'"" ''i1""'" of lacrosse, it Tory organizer to ^"^H
Lt'1 neres.���-iu- r..��� ._ Lr the electors in  a  constituency   i
!am all for woman suffrage, but I want
il all round."
11 Is beginning to look as though
New Westminster would have as
trouble over her street grades
as North Vancouver bus had during
,,!" past year. The buildings on many
"I the streets running up the hill
"���' ���" put up without anv regard to
'���' '��� ��� treet grade and the water mains
���"���y sewers were laid in some casi s
without making provl I m for perman-
ent grades at some future time.
time.
The whole question has been
brought up by the proposal to lay cement sidewalks on some of the'
streets. Engineer Blackman wns asked to submit a plan of the grades. At
lasl night's meeting of the council
the report came in and caused some
discussion and a good deal of uncertainty.
The report only touched on Sixth
street, the engineer stating that he
wanted to get the opinion of ihe
council before proceeding further.
The report stated that to bench
grade Sixth street would steepen the
grades considerably. Bench grading
means the levelling off of the north
and south streets where they intersect the east and west streets. For
an example of the effect produced the
engineer referred to Sixth street at
the Columbia street intersection.
There the Intersection had been made
level by lilling in the grade on the
south side of Columbia street and the
result was that the grade between
Columbia and Front street was almost
impossible.
If the scheme were carried through
up Sixth street it would mean ihe
cutting away of large portions of the
street at the Clarkson and Carnarvon
intersections: it would bring the
grade in some cases below the grade
on which the present buildings are
constructed and it would require the
dirking up and relaying of sewers and
pipes. In addition the city would
have to compensate owners whose
property hud depreciated in value on
account of the changes in the grade.
Asked by Mayor Lee as to the ad-
vantages of having the street bench
graded, Knglneer Blackman stated
that it was essential if the city should
at any time want to. have street, car
track along any of the intersecting
street. For instance, if af some future stage of the city's development,
It was found necessary to run a
sireet car line along Carnarvon street
and if the street were not level where
lt crossed Sixth street, it would bave
to he made so, no matter what the
cost.
"Do you recommend bench grading
Sixth street?" asked Mayor Lee.
point blank. "Not at present," replied
Mr. Blackman,
Alderman Smith did not see where
the city was going to get the money
for bench grading and moving pipes
aud sewers at present and the other
members of the council seemed to be
of the same opinion.
Alderman Gilley, however, contended that now was tlie time to make
any changes, but when the engineer
assured the council thrt ll was practicable to make a decent street with
tbe present grade, the grading promotion lost all its friends except
Alderman Gilley.
CITY     OF     NEW     WEI T.  INSTER.
Local Improvement Notice.
Pursuant to section 20 of the "Local Improvement Gener; I Hylaw,
1909,-' notice ls hereby given that the
assessment roll for local improvements on the following streets, viz.
Hamilton street, betwean Eighth and
Sixth streets. Seventh avenue, between Eighth and Fourth streets,
Princess street, between Eighth and
Sixth street, Princess street, from
Fourth street eastwards; Sixth avenue
from Tenth to Sixth streets: Fifth
avenue from Tenth to Sixth street:
Belmont street, St. Andrews street
from Tenth to Eighth street; Fourth
avenue from Tenth to Sixtli street;
Kennedy street. Blackford street.
Third avenue from Tenth to Sixth
stieets: street between Ash and Seventh streets; Welsh street, Milton
street, Robson avenue, Queen's avenue from Tenth to Sixth streets;
Gloucester street, Royal avenue from
Mclnnes to Seventh stieet; Agnes
street from Mclnnes to Sixth streets;
Moody street, Holbrook street; Cunningham street from Eighth to Sixth
streets; Victoria street from Eighth to
Lorne stieets; Victoria street from
McKenzie to Sixth streets; Carnarvon
street from Tenth to Sixth street;
Ramage street; Clarkson street from
McKenzie to Sixth streets; Columbia
street from Tenth to Mclnnes streets;
Tenth street from Columbia street to
Sixth   Avenue;   Mclnnes  street   from
ore
While sweeping your carpets
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. ''I&You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
WE HAVE IT
Dust Bane
Put up in cans in
powder form. Just
sprinkle a little on
the carpet absorbs
all dust and kills all
germs in the carpet
Highly recommended by the medical
faculty.
A sure prevention of
sickness and disease
B.C. Mills
Timher and  Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
|     LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES-     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY  GLASS. MM     _���
RoyaljCity Planing Mills] Branch
Telephone  12
New Westminster
Box  137
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Contractors and
House Builders
We have a lull   line   ot   the   Best
Builders Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.]
Columbia street to Royal avenue; Gilley street; Ninth street; McNeeley
street; Blackie street from Columbia
to Carnavon streets; Summer street;
Burr street from Milton street northwards; Simcoe street; Eighth street
from Columbia to Hamilton street;
Alexander street; Begbie street; Lorne street, McKenzie street, Fife street,
Ash street, Seventh street, Fifth
street from Sixth to Seventli avenues;
Fourth street from Sixth street to
Seventh avenues; Brantford street
from Sixtli to Seventh streets; to he
known as the Eighth street sewer system, is open for inspection at the office of the assessment commissioner
in the City hall. New Westminster,
British Columbia, and in case tbe
owner or any person interested In
any of the properties included therein desires to appeal from such assessment., he should within the period of
ill) eleven days from the first publication of this notice, give notice to
the undersigned in writing of his intention to appeal.
Dated the 10th day of August A. D.,
1910.
\Y.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date  of  first   publication   the   -Otli
d;iy of August, 1910.
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A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
Diamond Rings from $15.00 to $200.00
Pearl Rings from  $2.50 to $15.00
Rings with assorted stones as 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.
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B. C.
PACKERS GET
AUSTRALIAN  TRADE
Ottawa, Aug. 29.���The Canadian
trade commissioner at Melbourne,
Australia, advises the department of
trade and commerce that British Columbia packers have secured practically all the Australian orders for sockeye salmon.
Annuity Scheme Success. ���
Ottawa, Aug. 29.���At the end of
eighteen months' operation of Sir
Ricard Cartwright's government annuities scheme, annuities amounting
to the value of $(150,000 have been
sold, the average annuity being $250.
Approximately one-third of the annuities are purchased by women.
Let Me
Quote
You Rates
It is safer to carry a policy that covers your live stock against
death from any cause than to take chances. You can never foretell
the time that you are going to lose considerable money by the death
of a valuable animal. Take out at a small cost a policy with the
British Empire Insurance Company, and let them take the risk.
This company is well known for Its fair dealing  and prompt adjustment of losses, which are most important points in insurance.
Call today for my rates and be convinced.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
657 Columbia Street Phone 62 My
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P*   PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY
AUGusT
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
.OAUD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Uoard of Trade meets in the
hoard room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and Novemtrar, at -a p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. New members may lie
proposed and elected nt any monthly or quarterly meeting. c. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
I IE
MONKEY'S TALK
Mouldings,    Burlap?,    and  Sanlta*;
bouse  painting,   kalsomlnlng,  paper j
hanging    and    decorating.      tJiitn
Btreet,  New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKK UAClilNE WUKKB,
limited,   Front  street.    New   weft- ,        _r_���viwo
minster.     Manufacturers of modern I Pl'OI. Gamer b.*iyS He kllOV. S
saw and    shingle    mill  machinery.
Mill   plantg  aad  specifications  pr�� j
pared.
DUKE OF SUTHEKLAND
IS FACED WITH BIG TASK
PRINTERS.
"WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job print ing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth Btreet.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
IJhone LG15.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
per G. .1. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3576. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. King us up, wire or
write if unable to visit us.
FIRE   APPLIANCES.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.    THE L.AT-
est in flre fl.htin. apparatus.
R. Harris & Co., Lavery block,
Columbia street.    Phone 666.
MONUMENTAL WORK6.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay. manuf��etur#r and importer
of mounmental tombstones, bu'.lflln.
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia strsst.  New Westminster
Meaning of Nine of Their
Twenty-eight Sounds.
Chicago, Aug. L'S.���In a letter from
Cape Lopez, West Africa, under date
of July 23, to the Tribune, Rev. Johnston Myers, pastor of tho Immanuel
Bapiisl   church,  Chicago,  says:
1  have just  met  Prof.  Richard Gar-
Must   Fill   in   20,030   Forms,   with   40,-
000,000   Words   Answering
Questions.
London, Aug. Hi).���The revenue office lias pent out schedules for the
valuation of property, In accordance
with Mr. Lloyd-George's land tax bill,
and according to the Unionist papers,
two million or more people are racking tbt-ir brains In a vain effort to
unravel the Intricacies of the official
ANOTHER MODIFICATION
IN MIGRATION ROLES
Relief   Now   for   the   Assisted     Immi
grant  Who wishes to  Have   His
Family Join  Him.
NEW COMPAsTif
Latest Develop^ ,
Ottawa, Aug. 29.���W.  D, Scott, superintendent  of  Immigration,  has  returned  from  the old  country, where
he weni  to look Into the complaints I
which have been directed against tbe|
Canadian     Immigration     r*
Aid   to
Affected
Wa%tOT8^
^EarthCur^
Washln
ast  tone!.
ii   c
A nr.
ner as he emerged from the African | demands,
ifter a continuous period  ofl    Sympathy is particularly  bespoken
' for the  Duke  of Devonshire,  who  |fl oia country, ana wun otnei partus in       ,
seven years devoted to the study of,.���������,,.,_,  a���n������,�����_ ,n nn�� i.f hi* landIterested, the superintendent Is able to,"1" needle used in
which   provide that arrivals  from  the
old  country  must possess, on  reaching Canada, $25.
As   a   result    of   conferences    Mr.
Nations, the wireleo��afrfeCtl0"
1
a
ships has been
lallan scientists who |
'cd on ;i "compass actu^
Scott  had  held  with  the heads of the elan waves'
various  Immi. ration  agencies in  thel    n*,,
"'is compass differ
���: 11
:[
I
HOTELS
KING'S   HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA
ST.
'the monkey language.
Afrlque,  as  we  were  lying  oiT
Lopez   yesterday.     I    watched
|requlred, according to one of his land
to  fill   in   no  loss   than   twen-
announce thai there will
PROFESSIONAL.
IWHITKSIDH & EDMONDS. BARKIS-
t^rs ami solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block. Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
���   Martin.
i  ������>������ ���  .���'''���'���>   ���'   '"' -  i-":i"!  "f     ^.,l"i'i".l'-\  ,,:  .;..'���,a,_ __    .. , ,,.,!, ���,,.:,.!! -,   .mi,i ��,!!, ,,���!.,.. ,,.,.-,:   . ���'"rs from
na\lgaUon h,
agents, to nil  in no iess man iwen-i�� - - -������    ��* >* modlfl-," is Dol sensitive to the��
I was standing on the deck of thej thousand forms, each   containing   Af. cation or tbe money qualification with|net  but to -
Cane ty questions in regard to the various respect to new arrivals.
values of his estates. Anv Immlgranl who comes to Can-
Taking four as an average number ,i,(1:l- secures employment and demon-
Phone 18. Newest and most UP*���* sturdy man come abroad carrying a of woi.(1h for each an8Wer the total strates to the satisfaction of the officiate In the city.   Terms moderate. an       and ,earned lie wa   Prof i f 40,000,000 words' will  have to be cials of thc department  that  he and
Mrs, Cass cuisine. ... I ra, h>. I ,oP.      .^^ man written, or the equivalent   of   forty hi. family  are not likely to become
hotel   lytton--B17   fkont  ST. who  has  ,,een   ,pem���n,.  year8  here average sized novels. Publ'��  charge,   win   be  allowed   to
Phone 103    Comfortable accomoda- w ,       "  8pe��ainB  >Cills  "oiei   The bill  contains but  one-sixth  of bring oul the members of his family,
Terms  moderate.    McLeod  ft.'���"11"-'  the  tribes  of   monkeys  trying  thfl ������.,, number of words required to without       producing       transportation.  """'��� vessel.
to  learn  their  language and  place  It]satisfy tbe revenue officials. ThlB  change   lias  been  deckled   upon      Likewise  when  ,,
To complete this herculean task, on- because it ha. been represented that sends oul the wi,li,    ,.'" iim*
the monetary qualification, as pul In- .     , .,
to force some months ago, was likely
Is
tion.
Watkins,  proprietors.
In some form intelligible to human beings.
I tried to place myself In the''-v ,1,irt>' ,1;,V!< lin' allowed by the gov-
.... , , lernment   The poor Duke will be kepi
state of mind of an enterprising re- '
,,       ,        "Metrical current,  .
|this device aboard, ,-, __,,   *
in the foggiest weather M���' .'
"':"',y Te88el ��������������' b����
Wlrele88 : * "���' w the !.
Points directly to the center J
c currente Bent oul ������.-'
unequal  to the task.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
Any available Dominion Lands within the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded tiy any person who is the sole bead of a family
or any male over IS years of age, io
the extent of oue-quarter section of
J60 acres, more or less,
porter  and   to  obtain   from  him   the lagenta bi
lirst. word for tbo world of his prog-1
ss in his strange task. GUS   WE|NBurg   WILL   be
Prof. Garner is a man of about six- SEEN   HERE   NEXT   WEEK
ty-flve years old, and when I saw him 	
was dressed in khaki garments, a hei-j    T,,p greatest care possible has been
exercised   in    forming    Ibis    season's
presenting  company  for   the   Plxley
i, an approaching reset.
busy if hi    numerous aaff    of land,'" i"in<> ���* hardship in   many   casea.118 directed by this coi
This modification applies only to as- to the ship    One of the ere
sisted  Immigration, as the   Immigra- dtcaps he ei ron
tlon   authorities   bave   never   insisted'
:
,the  local   land  offlce  lor   'be  district
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND ,n wl]ich the land lg situate.      Entry
Accountant.      Tel.     R 12S.    Room, by pIoxy may   however,  be made on
Westminster Trust Block. 1 certain    conditions    by    the    lather,
mother, son. daughter, brother or sister of an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of tne tonowing
plans;
met and top boots. He had the appearance of an African hunter. Whatever bis peculiar views may be. be is
a kindly, courteouS gentleman In manner.
Forsakes   Cage   in the   Jungle. , ,    , , .   ,���       :.     ,,  ,,.���.,
On a previous period of study andj never been  seen to better advantage
Entry must bejnade personally af [exploration lie had built for himself a than  In  "The   Burgomaster."   Plxley
cage, in order to facilitate closer fel-land   Luder  had  thls  altlst   ln   mlnd
and Luder musical comedy success,
"The Burgomaster." Manager William 1'. Cullen has engaged the original "Burgomaster" in the person nf
(lus  C.  Weinburg, although   be
on   an   immigrant   who   has   cf.,,,e    to
which
en t:.e del
a   oci ired durinf ���    ...
Canada on his own account, and made ror "l0 u'M'rk'<! ��hlp through rei
ad-
ar-
good, being compelled to provide
ditlonal funds for bis family on
rival in Canada.
Some weeks ago the regulations
were so modified thai Immigrants
coming to assured employment in
Canada, such as railroad construction work, were relieved of the neces-
las sity of producing (26 on an hai in
this country.
R. T. PRINCE. EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, city.
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN    BUNTING,    ROOM    22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 094.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPH* AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Coumbia street. Telephone G2.
lowship  with  the animals.     In  thi
i last  period  of seven  years,  however,
he did not use the cage, but studied
alone in the forest.
Prof. Garner told me he was born
in Virginia and that his wife was living in Kentucky during his absence
from home.
"How many times, prof. Garner,
have you been in Africa?" I asked.
"Three times, and I have stayed In
the wools at this point for seven
years now."
"Why do you coir.e to this particular locality?"
"There are more of the monkey
family   here   than   elsewhere   and   of
when tbey wrote this musical masterpiece. Manager Harry Tidy of the
Opera house was lucky In securing
this   musical    gem   for   Wednesday,
September 7.
Estimate Too Low.
London. Aug. 29.���The Monetary
Times' (Toronto) estimates of the
amount of contlnnetal capital invested
in Canada is believed heie to be much
too small.
ed   wireless din  tloi j
stance of the Blnking of I ,J
ship Republic, one ot the i ���
ble instances of the value ol i -
u'^ i" calling aid to wreckel si
tbe vessel drifted a greal l.-i
alter sending oul the C. Q. d.call
This     oece if tated    .   ��� -f
search   hy   il ,    reSi uing   - I
had reached the original li      . f
graphed by tl e Republli       ;|
condition of the Ri pul
ci Itlcal, the ri   lit of the        \
have been <y  i ti    -   wii  ��� ;
compass   this   difficult}   ���'���
been obviated.
Real
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Estate   and   Insurance   Agents-
CD   At least six months' residence
upon  and  cultivation  of  the  land od I
ach yeai  for three years. j
(2)  lf tbe father ( or mother, lf tilt
father is decased), of the homesteadei
resides upon a farm in the vicinity ol :
the land entered for, the requirements
as to  residence may  ha  satisfied   by I
such person  residing with
.or mother.
' subject lor study.
I     (3)  lf the settler has Ids permanent \    "How  large an
residence  upon   fanning   land   owned   .vou  covered?"
j by him  in  the vicinity  of  b'.s home- ���    "I   have   explored   through    I 	
stead, the requirements as to residence  square miles In a region where there
i  e father!1 ���'   highest type.   The chimpanzee Is
1 the  mosl   advanced an I s i the   11   I
area of Africa ! ave
C2S ancl 746 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
GALV1N, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
loring. A new line of Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing; and repairing. 46 Lorne street.
Phone R 508.
ithe said land.
Six months' notice
City,  rarm^and^ sutmrbnn  property, jmay  bo  satisfied  by  residence  upon Iwere only three white men, including
myself.    This was two too many.    ,\
n writing should   man m,Ist t,e :iIone to get the best re-
he given to the commissioner of Do-  suits in studying the language of ani-
minlon  lands  at  Ottawa of intention ; mals."
to apply for patent. "What nre the  most   important   re
sults you liave obtained this time?
Seven years Is a long period."
Learns    Nine    Monkey   Sounds.
"I know the monkey language contains twenty eight distinct sounds. Of
Ithese I know the meaning of nine.   I
Coal.���Coal mining rights may he
leased for a period of twenty-one
years at an annual rental of *>i pm
acre. Not more than 25GO acrei
Bhall  be leased  to one  individual t>'
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278- The place where the
dirt and du^t is removed from the
fibre���not pressed ln. Goods called
for and delivered.
.companv.      A  rovaltv   at  the  rate  Ot .,.,.,    , ,
,.     '      , . ���     : ���..  .     ��� ..������. H   am In the dark as to the meaning of
I five  cents  per  ton   shal    be  collected],,       tl ,,        ���
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Mlslster of the Iiterler.
N.It.���Unauthorized    publication    of
���his   ^dvertlspraaat  wlll    not  Ve  P��'<J
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
FISH    AND   GAME.
BENS:)S ^tT^yLAXtT. E1SH, FRUl'l.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bask of Montreal
FURNITURE
W. E. KALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Und'-Paker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Plione 176, night call 81.
60   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
the other nineteen.
"What are these nine sounds used
to express?"
"Almost wholly pain, hunger nnd
joy."
"What progress have you made toward conversing with the monkey
family?"
"I know when fhey call me from a
tree and I can call tbem."
"Can you converse anv further than
this?"
Kangaroo Girls in "The Burgomaster," at the Opera  House Wednesday  Evening.  September
I may be able |
chimpanzee j
is   any   vou ! J
CABINET   MAKING.
D.    V.    LEWTHWAITE,    CABINET-
maker*and upholsterer. 425 Clarkson street (behind liurr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fir and oak.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, ofiice and store fittings;
caulnet, stair, showcases, manteis
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. urooses, pio-
jirietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, POone
473.
"No, practically not.
to do so later."
"Do you regard the
with you as intelligent
bave met?"
"Yes, I do. Value her at ,2,5ft0 and
she is only a year old."
"What can she do to show she can
think or speak as the result of her
thinking?"
"She can select color:- and Identify
them. I may ask her to pick cut a
cul e from a lot of blocks of various
���shares and she will do It readily."
"Do you regard this as her greatest.
Intellectual attainment up io the Dies-
lent?"
"Yes, I lo. But she also crle; for
me."
Ape    Not    Man's    Progenitor.
"Did your coming here to live
among the animals have anything to
The dates of the fall fairs through IttoTy'of "SSffiSon"   ^^ ' ����
������������'   ��Pl'��-r   cm,ror,    and   coast   have      "Only Incidentally.   I do not believe
the ape Is man's immediate ancestor."
"How will that   aneester   b��   dis-
and i covered.     Is   he   living   somewhere
i now ?"
"No. no.   I think the discovery will
!come  with  the  finding  pf  BkeletOBs.
Trcde Mabkb
Dmi&ns
CopvniGhts 4c.
Anyonp��i��nfl1. gnstertrhancl dotertptlon mny
jtitckl. iiarertain oar opinion free whether an
Invention la pcobnbl, p&tohrjibia Gommtmlco-
UnnsnirlcMymnidiMitlM. HANDCOOK on I'atcnu
funtfree. Oldeet nt'cnr* fof aecurfb .patents.
Patent* taken t.Mrou.h . limn & to, receive
tptekuluttlfn, wlth.mt charge, tn tl.o
;    . it flaterfcaa.
A hanrtBomely Ulust-rnti.a wii-kI?. t_t**Sst, circulation of an. telentlfle Journal, 'icr-.n fir
Caniulu, ii.% ii year, po;>tiwa prvpatd, s<jij bj
all pewBjeAler*.
B��-onch oaioa. tHi V su. TTubliiffton. V. (J.
���***s*tr,v*iam_mbff uur, m 'al^avj-__\
The    Fall    Fairs.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
I.   HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
been announced as follows:
Nicola Valley, September  14,
Kamloops,   September    28,   29
30.
Vernon, September 16, lfi and 17.
Armstrong, September 22 and 23.
Kelowna, September 20 and 21.
Salmon Arm, September 28 and 24.
Vancouver,  August   15  to  20  Inclusive.
Victoria,   September   27    to    October 1.
New  Westminster,  October  4  to  8
inclusive.
���the power to enjoy to the lull life's
work and pleasure���comes only with a
good digestion.
Vigorous Health
tone up weak stomachs���supply the digestive juices which ��re lacktng-enswre
your food being properly converted into br��wn and s*oew, red blood and active
brain.    50c a box at your druggist's or from Z2
National Drug end Chemical Co. of Cena.li, Limited,
M*Rtr��*l.
Some have been found already which
help to (111 in the gap hetween the ape
and man."
"Do you regard the theory of evolution established by anything you have
seen or actually known?"
"I believe It will be established."
"Have   you   ever   studied   the    language of horses an 1 dogs?"
"Why not? Thev pre ens!<>r to
reach and thus far show more Intelli-
��� -ence bv what they do than the mon-
key   family."
"I don't believe they are as Intelligent as a chlmpnn.ee."
"May not these skulls of which von
speak as a help to finding   the   connecting   link   hetween   man   and   ape
have bee-i  the skulls of some degenerate or deformed human beings?"
"I think not. but I do not know."
'".Vili vou return to Africa?"
"f  think  so,  but for   short   terms
onlr."
5-Acre Blocks on the Tram Line
Revenue Producing Right Now
Finest of Soil
Ml Cleared and Under Cultivat
Price $175 per acre and up
Terms One-Fifth Cash
Balance Spread Over Three Years
The above is a sound investment and we can
safely say that in two short years it will produce from the land itself the full value paid
for it. We say to you, " Investigate This,
and get full particulars of our fine offer. The
terms are easy and need give you no trouble.
See Us Today.
People's Trust
LIMITED
F. C. COOK. General Manager
431 COLUMBIA STREET
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AUGUST  30,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
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^ CANADIAN PACIFIC |
It, Coast SS. Sailings:
CHIPS  FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
    Daily
n!-   Daily
Pally exci in Saturday
    Saturday
TO
ItVuNION AND
NANAIMO.
    Dally
COMOX.
^^^^^^^^^ ....   .Mondays
p"   Thursdays and Saturdays
TO ALASKA.
Every  Saturday
pTo pbi'nce'rupert.
gvery Thursday and Sat.
cteWART  (Portland  Canal).
S1 .   Every  Thursday
e    Now  Westmln-
M    lay, Wednesday and
Chilliwack 7 n.in.
',;   Ti,Ursday   and    Saturdays
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ED GOULET,
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JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front  St.,  Foot  of Sixth.
the verj' Lest
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24 Col
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li   to, j "ii  v.-j |  wan!
thai can be offere I for
and ll does nol  u utti r
cabin ii- desired,
THE ROYAL LINE
will fill your wants. First, Second and
Third Cabin accommodation is unex-
ci lied whilsl the Dining Service leavi s
nothing i" be desired.
The Nexl Sailings are
Royal  George    Sept.  1
Royal Edward      Sept. 15
Royal George  Sept. 29
Royal Edward   Oct. 13
E .Goulet, agent C. P. R.., will book
your  passage  via  tljese  Bteamers, or
write Win. Stapleton, general    a
Scotl block, Winnipeg, Man.
KING'S COUNCIL LIST
AS SEEN BY SOCIALISE
Kail Service
Victor Grayson, Former
Socialist Member, Has
Fling at Cost of Monarchy
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VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon Building.
Phone  681
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The Remarkable Progress of the
Have been unprecedented in the history of the
Oil Industry.
Full possession to all of this Company's immense
holdings was not completed until the 20th of June
-Just two months ago.
Since that date the Company has installed machinery for two flowing oil-wells; has commenced
and is already far advanced with the construction
of a Refinery on the ground ; and has shipped Nine
Miles of piping to convey the product of their Oil
wells to tide-water.
Can this record of progress for two months be
beaten?
The present week will see the stock of the
Amalgamated Development Co. quoted upon one
or more of the local Stock Exchanges. Watch the
RISE.
Price of Stock: One and
Two  Dollars per  Share
Apply to:
Auld, Gwin
518 Hastings Street, West
& McClarty
Telephone 4327
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Victor Grayson, the former Socialist
member ot lhe Hritish house, writes
as follows in ii British paper about
lhe king's civil list:
We heartily commend the action of
y. '' labor members In protesting
agalnsl the heavy sums of money provided in the civil list Eor members or
the royal family. In our opinion their
main criticism was on rlghi linns.
While the monarchy exists as an ac-
cepted national Institution, it is our
obvious duty to pay for Its upkeep;
land, furthermore, since love of cere-
i tonial flummeries is bo salient a
part of our national character, we
must be pn par* d, as Mr. Balfour said,
"| do handsomely. If we will wallow
in rosily courl pantomimes, we must
paj   without  whlneing.
We taavi   no obji    lon  i i the king
being   pai i  a   salarj   proportionate  to
miTSSZtr,   'IK'  ���'���������������    ������!   ilh. ni'y  or  his  position:
but tl e receipl  of . ucn adequate salary   should   bi -   the   monarch    from
| ownln ;   and  drawing  rents  from  pri-
vati   property.    The sum of   E iT".	
per yeai   should  leave the king   free
from   finam i ,1   anxiety,   especially   if
thrift and moder-
J        'i   which   our   loyal    newspapers
f|  " oul I  I               believe,    He hns not
| to   sup] 011   i'i     wldowi I   mothi
[| the :   tte ��� :������>. idi 9 her with a comfort-
abb   pens! rn  ci    E7 1  a  year   for
In the evenl of the king's decease, C      n Marj  v.Ill receive   'JT11.-
000  pei   year,    He need   nol   bother I
P Ince  of  Wales,  who   is!
now  oni     si: teen,  and  I he owner of j
���   of Coi 11 v. ���ill. which  yli Id 1
him   G  7,i    ��� per year.   Tins will accumulate   during   the   prince's    min-
orlty, so thai by the tin e he is twenty-one  h"  will  receive nearly   half a
million "savings," and the annual income to follow.
Other   Expenses.
Even   then   the   wife  who   marries
him will receive a premium or   ��10,-
000   per   year,   and,   should   she  survive him, a further pension ot   E30,-
000 per year.   Each of the king's otber sons, on reaching twenty-one, wi
receive   ��10,000 per year, and at mar-!
riage   an   extra     ��15,000    per    year,
which  brings  their  annual  state   income  up 'n   ��25,000  tier year.  Each
of the king's daughters, on attaining
her majority, will receive  ��6,000 per
year.    All   this  apart   from  the  cost
to the state of what. Mr. Barnes called  "decorative officials" of the royal
household, the "parasites fattening on
j the nation  under the shadow of the.
thn'ne." j
When   we  consider,  ln  addition  to ���
this  little  bill,  the  .rants  made  thei
family connections, iind the fact that
the king  must   be crowned  at  great,
expense,   and   buried   at   greater   on-I
pense. and that the expenses for the J
family  funerals usually fall upon ihei
nation, we may begin dimly to realize
that monarchy is rather an expensive
luxury.       The     Liberals    and   Tories 1
howled   wildly   at    Mr.   Keir    Hardie |
when   he  tamely   suggested  that thel
king's  sons  and  daughters  would  be
ahle to lead lives of idleness, luxury
and ease.    But it' they think that free
gifts  of   large   sums   per  annum  are
incentives to industry, we liave misunderstood  their  philosophy.    Or  do
they think that '���signing tlieir names
in  large  round  characters,"  or  making    "sumptuous  blots"    in    visitors'
hooks, constitute an equivalent of service for the money received?
Taking all things Into consideration, we must admit that the figures
of the civil list compel serious
thought on thp institution of monarchy. The costly, vulgar, and altogether hideous display of the late
king's funeral makes us wonder
whether we could survive such another. The present shameless attempts to whitewash and deify a commonplace personality, the inevitable
hull's eyes, "exactly In the center of
the target." surprise visits to village
school children, the robust preference of spades and harrows for gold
trowels and caskets in planting rose
trees and laying foundation stones���
if the sloppy press imagines that this
puerile make-believe imposes upon
the modern public, it will Iind to its
chagrin that the "big child" is "too
old" to blow the watch case open. We
are in daily dread that when the offl-
dais present the king with a gold,
jeweled key to "open" something, he
will wave il aside and prefer to show
them how he can pick the lock. The
public is growing up very quickly, and
the zealous promulgators of monarchy
had better realize it.
Also, when the workers are as particular ahout the inspection of their
bill as are their capltlalsts brethren,
there will he a reduction of staff.
H. & V. "Stales" daily except Sunday
Leave, 23:00;  Anno at 21:00.
Vancouver,     dailj      except     Sunday,
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, L6:00, 23:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00, 18:00.
Victoria,  daily except Sunday,  Leave,
8:00, 11:00;  Arrive at S:3U, 13:00.
B,   &   V.   "States,"   daily   except   Sunday; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 9:15.
O.  &   V.   Lasl,   daily;    Leave,   8:30,
15:45;   Arrivfe  at  9:'25,  22:30,
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 9:25.
Coquitlam,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive at 13:00.
Central   Park,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave, 11:U0;   Ariive at 13:U0.
Sunday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at
11:00.
Cloverdale,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:00.
Porl    Kells,    daily   except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:50; Arrive at ll :50.
Clayton.   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
and   Saturday;    Leave,   14:50;   Arrive at 11:00.
Tynehead.     Tuesday     and      Friday;
Leave, 14:50; Anive at 11:00.
B. & S. "States," daily except Sunday;
Leave, 15:45;  Arrive at 15:15.
Burnaby  Lake,  daily except  Sunday;
Leave, 16:00; Arrive at 15:15.
Edmonds,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;   Arrive at 14:00.
East   Burnaby,  daily  except  Sunday;
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at 14:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    except    Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;   Arrive at 10:00.
Tlmberland,    Tuesday     and     Friday;
Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry  Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave,   14:00;   Arrive  at   10:00.
Soulh Westminster, Tuesday and Friday; Leave, 11:00; Anive at 10:00.
Ladner, daily excepl  Sunday;   Leave,
1 1:20;   Anive at   10:00.
Port  Guichon,  daily   except   Sunday;
Leave, 11:20;   Arrive at  10:00.
Wi    ham   Island,   daily   except   Sun-
daj; Leave, 11:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sunday; Leave,
11:20;   Arrive at  10:00.
Annacis   Island,   Monday,   Wednesday
and   Friday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive
at 10:00.
Annlevllle,     dally     except     Sunday;
I. ave, 1 1:20; Arrive at L0:00.
Woodwards,   Tuesday,   Thursday   and
S turday;   Leave,  14:20",   Anive at
8:30 and lfi:30.
B.   &   V.   "Vancouver,"   daily   except
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid  Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
The Hank has Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to tlie Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island: also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, Xew York
and   London,   England.
( orrespondents In all parts
or the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L
M.   RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214   Sixth   Avenue
NEW  WESTMINSTER :
B. C.
"T ttM!m-maW-*Hmm-WE*SsTBZZEEa^^
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Six-room Modern House, on car line, Columbia Street. Has Cement Foundation.
Price, $2,500, $1,200 Cash, bai. to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
P
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Eastertrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75  per  bbl.
TERMINAL ��5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co,
FRONT 8TREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone S33.
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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,  GOc;   children  under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. ni. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 9 a. m. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  m.
Sunday Excursion  Rates:   Return fare. 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
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.
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
City  Limits  Line���20-minute sorvice from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. 2
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. ���
Sapperton   Lino���20-minute   service from (i: 10 a.m. to 11: HO p.m. T
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. *
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. \
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LOTS
A Choice Building Lot on corner Fourth
{.venue and Fourth Street, all cleared.   Price
1 erms.
Two Cleared   Lots on Pine Street, $1050
each, terms spread over 3 years.
, Choice Acre facing Seventh  Avenue  and
jacking on Hamilton Street.   .2600, only .500
clown.
PORT MANN
We have the Exclusive Sale of several tracts
of Acreage in the Port Mann townsite.
See Us For Prices and Terms
DWELLING HOUSES
See our list of Residences for Sale situated
in all parts of the city.   Terms Reasonable.
Oliver Typewriters. 10, 12 and 15 inch carriages. Small Cash Payment of $5 per month.
Call in and see one.
WHITE  SHILES & CO., New Westminster Agents PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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Our stock of Carpenters' Tools
is complete, and prices are the
lowest. Come in and let us
show you.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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TUES��AV. AUGUST ���
'310.
Alderman Bryson states that tn
spite of the heavy drain on'lhe water
supply during the Drew lire yesterday, the water in. the reservoir still
maintains Its high level.
Pot   plants   and   fresh   cut
at Tidy's  store.    Phone 1S4.
flowers
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The Fruhling dredge has resumed
operations at the sanrthends. During
the fishing season it was impossible
to work there with any degree of
satisfaction.
Port Mann acreage, exclusive sale.
National Finance Co. **
, Publicity Commissioner Wade is
trying to induce all the manufacturers
I of the city to make an exhibition al
the provincial exhibition. Ile is trying
to arrange for a display for the manufactured articles of those firms whose
products are in themselves not of sufficient variety to warrant an individual display, but whose goods
could be used to advantage in a combined exhibit.
A government wharf is beint'
at Port Kells.
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Tho Central livery .tables, S. H.
Thompson, proprietor, has added an
auto to bis equipment   Phone 137. **
An at home and social will be held
tonight at the Sixth avenue Methodist
parsonage, commencing at half past
seven o'clock. An Interesting program has been prepared. Refreshments will he served.
Call at National Finance Co.'s office
re Port Mann. We have large exclusive listings. **
Five acre lots in   Port
National Finance Co.
Mann.   See
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Cn Friday night a party of Knight
Templars from New Westminster,
Vancouver and Victoria leave for
Seattle, where they will pay a fraternal visit to the Seattle commander.. It
is not known who will go from here
yet,  but  there  will  probably  he  forty
ior fifty of the party altogether. They
will  leave  Vancouver  at   11   p.m.  on
'Friday and will return on Monday. On
���Sunday  there  will   be  a   church   par-
|ade in the American city.
Mann Grove Park, close to R. C.
Klectric, and Port Mann the cheapest
land ln the district. One-fifth acre
$200 and $225; easy terms. Keid. Curtis &. Dorgan, 70(1 Columbia street.
Phone 466. ���*
SCHOOL
A sale of great Importance to parents desirous of saving money in the    purchasing   0f
school  clothing.    The  demands for new clothes will be apparent when  the  children start to     ?KtMt
anticipation of such demands and  in  order that we  may  clear out every washable qarmoni ,.,   !����'   ln
cided to place our entire range of children's goods on sale.    Bring the  children   in and trv ��
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mnets.    Prices will afford you a  pleasant  surprise. .��.+.*****. ^       .   j a
Oft on a wintry day '������ ��� ���'<*���*_*.
That to the house confines me,
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMANS DEPENDABLE NON-
CURLING FILMS with you and you
can enjoy every moment of this year's
vacation all over again at any time.
KODAKS from $10 up.
BROWNIES from $1 to $12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial Exhibition fills fall.
We can explain your errors ancl will
be pleased to do so.
John   F.   Deeks,   of   Vancouver,    is
applying for a   water  record  of    ten j
cubic feet, the same to be taken from
an    unnamed    stream    flowing    into'];,
Howe  sound,   opposite   Anvil     island.   jn
Tbe water is to be used for washing
gravel and crushed rock.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
R 208. **
\V. F. Edmonds, formerly associated
with E. A. Greame in the real estate
and insurance business, lias been
name:! insurance manager of the People's Trust company.
T. A. Muir returned yesterday, from
Vernon, where he had been attending
the funeral of his eight year old
nephew, who was drowned on August
by falling off a wharf while flsh-
The boy was a son of S. A.
Muir, a Vernon druggist.
The Ladies of the Maccabees will
hold a meeting on Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock, in the I. O. O.
F. hall. This meeting was to have
heen held last week, but was postponed.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C.
Breakfast At
The Royal Cafe
To begin a day Wfcll Is a feature which usually marks success for tho test of the day. You
wake up sometimes with "no a.-
petite" feellhg. Slid the outlook
for the doing Of it gadil dav'a
work looks bad. That's the time
you need a well cooked meal.
Something that will please the
palate and create an appetite.
Begin tbe day well by having a
good breakfast, and you will be
fortified for the after hours on
duty. Come to the ROYAL for
lueakfaat, where everything is
of the besl deliciously cooked
and nicely served.
Bargains in all lines
reliable furniture dealer
at
Fales', the
E. N.  Seabold, one of tlie proprietors of the  Royal  cafe, has gone  to
Seattle to meet his wife and son. who i
are returning from    a four    months
visit in the east.    Mr.  and  Mrs.  Sea
bold have taken a
tho Lavery block.
suite of rooms in j
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at Tbe Royal Cafe. ** ':
In the future the steamer Heaver
will leave Chilliwack at 7 a.m., instead of eight o'clock.
We make fir and cedar doors and
windows; Walsh Sash and Door Factory.   Plum-' 413. **
For using improper language and
| making  threatening  gestures  in    the
course of a conversation with a
| Schaake machine works employee,
.George Appleton, a striking machinist,
faced the police magistrate yesterday.
[The accused was bound over to keep
I the peace under two sureties of $100
,;ind his own recognizance of J2QQ,
(    Window frameS    made    while   vou
i wait at the Walsh Sash and Door Factory.   Phone 413. ���>*    \
The Royal Cafe
634 Colaa&ia St., Phone 375
Chocolates!
A Fresh Supply
of Webb's Just
Arrived.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane  Block���Four  Doors  East
of Bank of Montreal.
Allan Purvis, manager of the Chilliwack  branch  of  the   B.  C.   E.   R���  is I
leaving today for a shooting trip near
Kamloops.   He win be gone three   or j
four days, \
You can get    porch Columns    and |
balasters   turned   while you   wait    at
the Walsh Sash and Door factory.
Phone 413. ��*
Look    into    the show    window    of'
Fales' furniture store today. **     \
Thomas Hutton and Frank Kerwin,
two striking machinists, were arraign-
ed in the police court yesterday
morning, charged with molesting
workmen employed at the Schaake
machine works. The accused were
sent, up for trial before a blslier court.
Kerwin was one of the labor men
elected to receive Premier Laurier on
tlie occasion of his visit here last
week.
Cheap round trips will be made on
the river on Saturdays by the steamer
Transfer, commencing today. The
boat leaves at two o'clock. *��
AI  Kaufmann���not    the    gentlerr
with   tii :  wallop   who  is
Lang    for    a   si::     lour.
Philadelphia  on   Labor
undersized  Imitation of
I graced the police com I
'day morning. Kaufmann had busied
himself a few ago with a fountain pen
I and a blank click as a result of
which he made an easy twenty dollars. Al was given a twelve months'
respite from temptation by the
magistrate.
Davles greenhouse is the p'ace to
got bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R L'08. *��
The Public
Supply Stores
BOYS' AND GIRLS'
SCHOOL HOSIERY
25c PER PAIR
Special For The Big School Sale
Boys' Heavy Hercules and Rock Rib Cotton Hose; all sl/.es. six to ten
Inch.   Regular prices 30c to 35c.   On Sale, per pair  25c
Ribbed Cashmere, Union Cashmere   Hose;   double   knees,   sl/.es   6   to
8'-j.   Regular price 35c.    Special for the school sale, per pair   25c
Tan Cotton Ribbed Hose; boys and girls' heavy rock ribbed and line
Princess ribbed; sizes li to 10 inches. Regular prices 30c and 35c. All
sizes.    Special for the School Sale, per pair   25c
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One Lot White Dresses
95c Each
Regular Values $1.25 to $1.75.
A Bpeclal lot of odd sizes, French dresses. Russian dresses and overall styles; all nicely trimme.and finished In every way. The lot
to clear, each    95c
���Boys' Coat Sweater*
^ special line of heavy knll
ted sweaters, coat style with
side pockets; colors, grey
with cardinal facing, navy
h cardinal and grey wi-'
maroon They are heavy M'j
s"'"���'���'��� ������ ' : suitable fo-
boys up to 12 years of age.
Special price, each  95c
Special Notice
To The Boys
About the kind of sweaters
tbey like. We have added
to our Btock ;> full range o!
line ribbed woollen Jerseys
and sweaters in i .- ';���
lavy and white. Also Qne
cashmere Jerseys In all
sizes.
Girls' Buster Coat Sweaters
$1.25 each. All sizes and
colors in small girls' Buster
coat sweaters.
Girls' White
Duck Sailor Suits
$1.75  Each.
Suits of extra gooI quality;
the few remaining   are   n
iale iii  thl     sj eclal   prici
!; .���'.;.,: il ��� $2.50. You:
choice,   each    *.\~'~
|   The New Fall Dress Goods  are Now on Display
Today   we  place  on  sale  the new arrivals  in dress goods.    We in\ite you  to visit thj dn
tion and examine the many new and handsome weaves.    Every piece has been carefully
sonal selections in the European markets enables us to show our complete range eai  ��� ��� ���
fore, as  well  as enabling  us to place before our customers  materials  as  up-to-date as  ll  Is possll ���
procure.    We  will   take  pleasure  in  showing  you  the   new  dress fabrics today.
to
an
meet Bill
I reran in
Day. bul an
the    same���
dock   vester.
i'rwo*tfc~
Barrels of
Good Things
are what   you    see when    you
visit our grocery store.
Choice brands of everything
is what we supply you and at
prices often charged for ip��.
fei ior articles.       .t.t,j-'''
You'd Laugh
to know how much of good
Ch<W could be charged up to
us. That's because what we
*'d\\ is guaranteed, both fresii
and pure and helps drive
away the blues. Dyspepsia
don't, linger long in any
household that we supply
with groceries. Good-bye,
come again.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
DRINKING   MORE   LIQUOR.
United States Brewers Announce
that People are More Thirsty.
Minneapolis. Aug. 29.���The secretary of the United States Brewers'
association sends out. a circular wliich
compares the growtli of population
with the increase in Ihpior consumption to this effect. The population
has probably Increased to 93,000,000,
or at a rate of 2'J.H per cent, in the
decade. In the same period beer
sales have Increase 1 from 39,330,848
barrels to 59,485,117 barrels of thirty-
one gallons each, a ratio of 51.2 per
cent. The consumption of spirltous
liquors has increased in the same pe.-
lod  44.li  per cent.
Tho secretary aids thai this tremendous Increase litis taken place iu
a period when the general superintendent of the Anti-Saloon league
asserts that 41.000,000 of the people
of the l'nited States are living in
prohibition territory. In the light o;
these facts he wants to know "who,
What and where does prohibition prohibit ?"
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
*******************************
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IS���
HE      DAILY NEWS
Some Special Snaps
 THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
6 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of this  property.    $350 each.   Term.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
�� *****************************
Sealed tenders will he received hy
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.
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
J111111111111111111111111 j ' i:,, ii |i i m 11 mi i irr
Every Student
Has The
Hearty
Co-Operation
Of The
Instructors
Of This
institution
ty
9
bu
I i 3 I     I 3 1 j
t..,t.,.t...l...i.,.Ki   liliniiiiliiiliiiliiii^
Otir reputation witn
the business j
community
bus been,
nnil if. that
we do if''-'
utmost :
tfee Individual advw i-1-
men! an!
welfare ol
eack and
every ��ne ��
ourstuJe. 3
The Westminster Modern Business
610 Columbia Street. A. L Bonck, Pnn
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
Invitation    to the   parlor of W. E.
Faies    toniRbt      61K    Aanea    etreet.   ���,,-. ��-.     T T 0
KveryWy it c'.coac.       / ������    VjlV fc      U S>
CANADIAN   PACIFIC RAI1-W
' ' j jl, tfl
Commencln.  Stffldfly-Ag ^ (C
train  for Kootenay. Bt-    ' |nstM;l |
chro will leave at lo-w
Passengers for **��.tf*xA��F
Barnet can leave at  ^    fl,.^
at Port Moody M""1
agent.
TRIA
Trv   a  "WANT" ad. ��
It will brhw *****>**
Tiie
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