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PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER Ids.
YPEWRITERS
Standard   Make  $5   Per      ^ ith.
WHITE, SHILES i     DO.
NEW   WESTMINSTE
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.C., TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER
JO, 1 !���: 0.
PRICK I   '2 1 CENTS.
WATER TROUBLE
REMAINS UNSETTLED
City Council Again Discusses
Famous Agreement With
Richmond and Its Outcome
An
old friend of the council's, no
less a matter than the Richmond
water agreement, caused all
excitement at the meeting of the city
council held last night. There was
imt a great deal of excitement at that.
bul there was food for thought and
ihe excitement might follow later,
when the men for and against get pro-
perly on tbe warpath
MAPLE OliOVE SAW MILL
IS DESTROYED BV FlHE
Loss Will Be in Neighborhood of $10,-
000���Two   Houses Tenanted  by
Employees Also Burned.
Alderman Gilley opened lire hy ask-
iiiK if the city solicitor had replied
to a question put to him some time
ago as to whether the city was empowered to make connections ln Lulu
[gland with the twelve inch water
main there.
Mayor Lee replied that he thought
thnt the solicitor had given his opln-
lon that the city had no right to tap'
i! i main, beyoijd the one that thej
agreement specified, which was a six!
inch main from the thirteen inch!
main at the end of the bridge.
Alderman  Bryson    stated    that,    if
there  could  be    anything    done    hei
would like to see it done.   He thought
that the Richmond people had made a
very  snrewd  bargain  and    remarked
that the city was in a tight place.
Alderman Johnston: "What tight
place ?"
Alderman Bryson: "The city Is now
paying $200,000 on a water system and
u Hiciiinond takes all the water that
can come through tlieir twelve inch
main, mere won t be any left for the
city."
Alderman Johnston said that the
city engineer bad been nere when the
agreement was made and he uid not
.sec now lt could be us bad as ail that.
he said that the report tnat Kicii-
inuna woul J get a.l tne water Had got
About seven o'clock on Sunday
morning the Maple Grove Lumber
company's saw mill, near Clayburn,
was destroyed by lire, the plant being
a total loss. The damage is estimated
,e!at $10,000, with little if any insurance.
The mill was under the management of, and partly owned by, Mr.
Ilartnell, and had a cutting capacity
Of about ten thousand feet a dav. For
some time pasl the plant bad been
mostly occupied in cutting ties and
timbers tor the B. C.  E.  R. company.
Two small houses close to the mill,
tenanted by employees, were destroyed by the fire, only a portion of the
contents being saved,
CONSTABLE SHOOTS     [SCARLET EEVER IS
HIMSELF IN STOMACH
Officer Samson, Hunting For
Clayburn Murderer, Meets
With Serious Accident.
Over a Hundred Cases and
Several Deaths Reported.
Isolation Difficult.
���������������������������������������������������
Botha Not to Resign.
Pretoria, Sept. 19.���Premier
Louis Hotha announces he will
not resign. '1 bis means that
Merriman has probably assured
him of the support of the Cape
Dutch. Both is considering the
advisability of throwing over
Hertzoga, the extremist.
v* ***************
STRIKING   PLUMBERS
THREATEN   HOLD-UP
Montreal, Sept. 19.���The four hundred striking plumbers threaten, unless a settlement is reached by Wednesday, to hold up every Important
contract in Montreal indefinitely.
Special Constable Samson, of Mission, while searching for George Reid,!
the supposed Clayburn murderer, at
Mount Lehman on Sunday morning,
accidentally shut himself through the
stomach and may die. He is now in
the hospital at Sumas in a critical
condition.
Samson has been out looking for
Reid ever since the discovery of the
tragedy on the peaceful Matsqui
prairie. On Sunday morning he went
in an automobile from Abbotsford to
Mount Lehman, following up a slight
clue that the suspected murderer was
Tj lurking in the vicinity. While near
m * Mount Lehman something went wrong
with the automobile ancl the chauffeur
got out to lix it. Samson also went
to get out to assist the chauffeur
when in some manner his heavy re-
colver exploded ln his pocket, the bu'.-
let passing through his stomach. The
chauffeur did his best to staunch the
wound temporarily and then went
direct to the Sumas hospital, where
there are hopes held out for his recovery.
The bullet was of nickel and lt is
thought that that fact may save the
constable's life, as blood poisoning
is not so liable to set in.
There is still no trace of Reid.
Winnipeg, Sept. 19.���An epidemic of
scarlet fever bus broken out in that
section of the north end immediately
beyond the subway.
Over one hundred cases are reported with half a dozen deaths.
One physician, who has sixty cases
on his hands, chiefly in the Gallclan
settlement, is appealing to the board
of health to close the public schools
in the district affected. He claims
that as there are no isolation facilities
efforts to check the disease are useless.
It is possible one of the schools may
be converted into a temporary hospital.
provement assessment by-law was
read a second and third time and
passed.
Alderman Gilley stated that   he had
CATERING TO CROWDS
ENTAILS TOO MUCH WORK
unfortunate j)een talking t0 tbe engineer who had
!told him that his property was assessed   on   a   double   frontage   because   it
had a depth of 264 feet.    The mayor
Women's   Auxiliary   of    Hospital   Will
Leave Running of Fair Booth to
Other  Societies.
around   town  and   it  was
that that was so.
Alderman  Gray   said  that  the  city
engineer had told him that the agree-
n,cut was ail right and li Richmond di(| not understand it and Edward
could tuKe all tne water that came Hoult was requested to call Engineer
through tne city s twenty-tour incn Blackman down from his office.
pipe by tneir twelve Incn pipe, he, .Mayor Lee put the question to the
t.iuugbt. the rule would work both engineer and the council -waited ii.
ways and the six inch pipe which the  breathless suspense.
He said that the assessments were'.fair  grounds  this  yeai
made
ment
Wheat Crop Estimate.
Winnipeg, Sept. 19���William Whyte,
vice-president of the Canadian Pacific
railway, has Issued the company's
official estimate of this year's wheat
crop in Western Canada, based on
threshing reports to date. This places
the total at 94,700,000 bushels.
Canadian Sportsman Editor Dead.
Toronto, Sept. 19.���The-death of E
King Dodds, tor twenty years editot
of the Canadian Sportsman, took place
at his home in Parkdale yesterday, after a long illness.
FIRE CHIEF REPORTS
ON ANNUAL CONVENTION
cn.. was allowed unuer tue agreement
to put in at tne end of the biidge
would take all the water that came
tin ough tbe thirteen incn pipe.
Aliterman Qilley announced that he
bad a motion to make and as the discussion was becoming too complicated
for most of the aldermen, it was dropped.
Alderman  Gilley  moved    that    the
city   engineer   be  asked   to   estimate
what diiteience in the water supply it | double lot
would  make if the  large  main  were | treatment
tapped  by
The    Women's    Auxiliary,   of    t' e
Royal  Columbian  hospital    will    ;ftt
I conduct   a   refreshment   booth   at   the
as they  have
under  the    provincial    govern- jdone in former years.    At a meeting
act   governing   such   cases  and'of the auxiliary held yesterday after-
J.   H.   Watson   Tells  City   Council    of
Valuable Pointers Picked Up on
Trip to California.
C.P.R. TRAIN PLOUGHS WAT (LADNER TRA11 PROJECT
THROUGH HERD OF COATS! M ^ m
Eighty-three Animals  Killed    on    the
Trestle   Near  Claburn���Biggest
Slaughter on Record.
A herd of Angora goats belonging to
Mr. Nicholls. of Matsqui. which were
being taken by W. Atkinson, of Chilliwack, to Mr. Nicholls' grazing ground,
escaped from a corral at Clayburn on
Sunday and scattered over the country. Most of the animals, about 130,
climbed on to the C. I'. It. trest.e
close by and made themselves at
home on the height.
I'nfortunately for the goats, a C. P.
It. train happened along from Seattle
Down River Town May Be
Trying to Break Allegiance
With Royal City.
The recent actions of the Ladner
board of trade have aroused more
than a passing Interest in New Westminster. Some of the people in Ladner have been trying to Induce the
B, C. B. R. to bridge the river down
there and provide a tram service for
the Delta.
Many of the Westminster people
claim that the Interests of Ladner and
New    Westminster    are    too closely
anl  Insisted  on   having  the  right  of' allied for any good to come out of this
wav, ploughing through the scattering . agitation.
.     ,       ,        '     .        ,    .,   .       , At  the   council   meeting last,   night
herd and spreading death broadcast. Ujderman Gray moved that a commit-
After the slaughter of the innocents'tee of the city council combine with a
eighty-three dead billies and nannies | committee of the board of trade to
were tossed off the trestle. Nineteen
of these were given their quietus because of injuries received.
have a meeting with the Delta board
of trade to discuss the tram situation.
In making remarks on the question
I he said that the city had appointed a
The  engineer  and   fireman   on   the'publicity   commissioner  and   one     of
train stated they were unable to see Ithe first things he had done was    to
the goats on the track owing to the
fog.
ST. ANDREWS BROTHERHOOD
ELECTS GOVERNING COUNCIL
each man's portion was worked out by
him and the assessment commissioner.
He said the Irregular lots were
taken by the square foot while ord ...
ary lots were taxed by foot froiu..0i_.
Alderman Gilley announced tha. ..e
had  no objection to    paying    Iur    a
but he wanted the    same
as   everyone
noon it was decided that to attempt
to feed the multitude as in the past
| was too strenuous work, and as it has
been announced that several other institutions are going to have refreshment booths on the ground it was de
cided to drop it. . ,
I    The auxiliary in former years made PaPers on  flre Prevention  were  read
Fire Chief J. H. Watson, who recently returned'F.o.n' the annual meet
iug of the Pacific Coast Fire Chiets
association held at Stockton, Cal.. sub
mined the following report to the city
council  last night:
"I have to thank you for sending me
to the fire chiefs' convention at Stockton. I may say my trip was not alone
pleasant, but very instructive.    Many
form a board of trade which knocked
N'ew Westminster.
Alderman Gilley remarked that he
did not think that tlie agitation in
the Delta was general, he had been
talking to a farmer there the other
day who had told him that there were
three or four men in Ladner trying to
run the whole business.
"That's right," interposed Mayor
Lee.
His worship stated that he thought
the agitation had been started In Ladner by people who had more Interests
in Vancouver than  they had  in    the
Delta, and they had evidently dominated  the   board  of   trade  there.     He
defended  the action  of the  publicity
commissioner in helping to form the
Ladner  board of  trade as the  action
it had taken had certainly nothing to
do with  him.    He  wound up  by   remarking that he thought the Ladner
board  of  trade   was   making  a   grave
error  in   taking   a   stand  almost   antagonistic to New Westminster, as the
route over  the    government    biidge
here was the natural way    into    the
Delta.-
The trend of the discussion did not
suit Alderman Bryson.   "Do you think
  ! that if the New Westminster council
' " and tlie Delta board of trade get    to-
Vancouver  Party  Caught  In  Swirling' gether  and  ask   the   B.  C.   E.   R.   to
Montreal,    Sept. 19.���The    Brotherhood of St. Andrews,    at    Saturday's'
session, elected the governing council >
for the ensuing year.
Following are    the    western   mem-1
bers:    S. W. Smith, Winnipeg; H. M.
Arnold, Brandon; J. H. T. Young, Re-,
gina;      H.    Davidson,    Moose    Jaw; '
Charles    R.    Hill,  Saskatoon;   W.  A
Geddes, Calgary.  C.  11- Hewett. Van-1
couver;   H. O. Litchfield, Victoria;   C.i
C. Stenhouse, Fort William;    A.    H.
Young. Winnipeg; Dr. Sperchley, Pilot
Mound,  Man., and Fred Devlne,  Nelson.
YOUNG PEOPLE LR01
WHEN LAUNCH CAPSIZES
Eddies Opposite  Prospect Point���
Five Saved, Three Lost.
considerable money by    this    means,
and discussed, from which we received some good information. I may say
that we found the auto flre apparatus
else.     There .but  now they  will turn  their efforts
the  Richmond    inuin    at j was some desultory" discussion, but no in  another direction  and as soon as	
Royal avenue or somewhere near the progress   was   made   and   the   by-law  St. Patrick's hall is opened they will I j^g adopted in every city we'vislted
reservoir.    There is    a    considerable ' passed as it stood. give the flrst of a series of social en- and found them g[v(ng y��' best of sat-
difference in altitude between the two I    Alderman Johnston asked the chair- tertainments.  the  proceeds  of  which ] Ufactton
points and that may make a difference i man of the health committee if there
to the water to be    taken    by    Rich-j had been any complaints re the o or
will go to the hospital.   The entertainment will take the form   of   a   card
inond.   The motion carried.
A motion to request Messrs. Iron-1 c. f. R. wnan. Alueiuiuu . mini ie-
sidesi Rainey and Campbell, of Van- plied that It was the first he heard of
couver. to remove the remains of the'lt and he would look after lt ln   the
of the cattle pens and pig pens on the. party, followed by a dance.   The date
old steamer Strathcona from the river
bank near the end of the bridge was
put and carried.
Harry Stewardson, assistant city
engineer! was given a substantial increase in salary.
On motion of Alderman Gilley the
cleric was Instructed to write to
Publicity Commissioner Wade and
ask for a report on the work he was
doing. Mayor Lee explained that the
commissioner had been acting under
the instructions of the publicity committee.  Whereupon    Alderman    Gilley
morning.
The British Columbia Rifle association has written to the city council
notifying it that t,he silver challenge
cup presented by the corporation of
New Westminster had been won three
times in succession by Captain G. A.
Boult, who became the permanent
owner of the trophy. The council was
uskei to donate another cup so that
the corporation of New Westminster
match might still be a feature of the
annual shoot.
The  finance  committee  of the  city
of the flrst one is not definitely an
nounced, but it is expected to be in
about a month.
BELCARRA  STRIKES   ROCK,
SINKS OFF   .ERVIS lf<LET
the   matter  in   hand  and
whether   another  cup   is
explained that It was not. because he | council has
did not think he was doing his work, will decide
that  he had  made the    motion,    but given.
merely to allow the general public to      A petition to extend the water > > s-
I tem  from
"The storage of gasoline and other
combustibles is a matter that is causing fire -departments more trouble
than anything else in connection with
Are prevention, and strict by-laws for
the storage of-aame were the only
prevention. Th4i4-the association as.c-
ed every- chief present to have adopted in .-.till a city he represented.
"A full -printed report of thfe convention will be sent you by our secre-
Tlie Terminal Steamship company's tary when, completed. We had sixty-
steamer Belcarra, Captain Cates, ran eight members attending this meeting,:
on a rock off'Jervis inlet on Sunday wnich was the largest we have yet
night an.l sunk In forty fathoms of had. Vancouver was chosen for our
water. next place cf meeting In 1911.
' The half do.en passengers and the'    "There is elected a    vice-president
small crew escaped  in an open boat for  each  state  and  province  and    I
and  landed  safely.
had   the   honor   of
Know what  was being done.
W. G. Davies, Of Vancouver
W. Gardiner, of Vancouve
Barrett,   of   Westminster,   and   J.   B. of works for teport.
llargreaves  and  Olivet   Llb-
the citv  to    remove    some
of their lots on
Referred to the board
being elected for |
The Belcarra was built twelve years British Columbia. Again thanking,
ago for the B. C. Packers' association, you for being a representative at this'
i At one time she ran on the Fraser i meeting, where I gained much knowl-.
I under the name "i'nion," but on being edge In lire prevention."
Isold to the Terminal    City   company] J. H. WATSON,
Lulu Island road, south onillei.  nalm>  W!18    changed.    The    new' Chief Fire Department,'|
James Wood street  to Salter stieet. was re-]na���.e  "Belcarra," was taken from the,    September 19, 1910.
Louis J.lcelved and was referred to the board lranc|, owned by W. Norman Bole, K. |    The report was received and  file 1,
C. on the North Arm. this being Mayor Lee remarking that there were
formerly the property of the Teimlii- some suggestions made which Alder-
al Steamship company. | man Gilley might uct on.
Harvey, of Vancouver, applied for the |    Arthur
position of assistant ln the treasurer's  by  asked
office.   The applications were referred stumps trom in from
to the finance committee to act. | Tenth avenue.
Mayor Lee announced that the bond of works to act.
under which the Macdonald brothers, |    City   Knglneer J.
W,  B.   Blackmail
miner  which  uie  muvuinibiu   im��w.��.i��,       vm..    ��� ���������r, ��� j���,��� ���f    tl,���
contractors, were working, would ex-1 recommended that the: tender ot tne
Lire on September .& and the matter j Schaake machine WOrtBlW *��*��.��"
was left  in the hands of the finance  for  the  supply  of  out Iron WWM
water main be accepted.
committee to act. I for the new ...i.mted
The  tenders  for  cement  sidewalks I The reco.nmendathin was aW��-
on Alexander, Begbie, Lome, McKen-|    A petition signed bj-six ratepayers
zle,    Sixth,    Church    and
sheets was let to Albert. Pike, of Van
'Clarkson I askei for the Improvement of Cariboo
Fire in Fort Rouge, Winnipeg;
Damage Estimated at $120,000
<ouver, for $17,705.45. The only other
lender submitted was by the Pacific
Contracting and Investment company,
whoso tender was $22,120. The letting
cf tbe contract depends on tbe passing or tbe local improvement by-law
for the work.
Mayor Lee announce:! that there
were two matters which required the
immediate attention ot the council.
One was the re-survey of the city and
the other was the re-assessment. He
wished the board of_ works would
bring In a report, oh "one and the
finance committee "on the other.
City Engineer Blackman submitted
B detailed statement of the cost to
each ratepayer of the proposed pav-
,nK of Columbia street east. The total
work iylll cost ln the neighborhood of
*<0.000, $20,000 of which wilt be borne
hy the city. The report was adopted
"nd the business will take the usual
course,
Winnipeg,    Sept.    10.���Fire    which building is represented by $20,000 in-
broke out at half past two o'clock this surance. Raging from house tb house,
<i       ii.n.1    of afternoon in the fashionable residence the occupant* of the residences    de-
street.    Referred  to    tne    uoa.u    u    district of Fort Rouge, and which was stroyed  on   McMillan  street had    no
works for report.                                   I             .   , control imtii nightfall, did time to save even their personal   be-
T. F. Sinclair wrote    fiom   Rev*U                     Wy e6llmated at $120,000. longings,
stoke  stating  that   he  wouiu  ime            Th|rtv men who worked on the roof Seventy-five firemen   and   five   en-
tender on some city Wore l   "*        > j  f an apartment block In which  the gines battled with the    flames    and
treated  him fairly.   ^V_2?5o8a3Mr* started had a narrow escape.    It driving one of the latter was F.  M.
tion  was filed and the OierK b��u�����H            out ln Ul0 $150,000    apartment ireton, engineer of flre station No. 5,
tO    advise    Ml'.    Sinclair    Ilia'       "           }**    .                    .   ,n_i._   ..���A    l>.,tt,>runii     tntllllv urlir,    ntnlnullv    anttnha 1    tlia   i.nnfki>ra.
Vancouver, Sept. 19.���Returning by
moonlight yesterday from the North
Arm In the launch "Vou and 1" a
merry party of boys and girls were
caught in the tide-rip off Prospect
Point and in an instant were struggling in the seething waters, their
boat upturned. William Young, and,
his sister Mabel, and William Wood-!
ruff were never seen again. James
Jamieson, the bethrothed of' Mabel
Young, another brother, Walter
Young. Miss LeBleau and two other
girls were rescued by John Baker, an
Indian who lives near the! Point' and
who gallantly, went out Into.the boll-,
ing whirlpool and took the survivors
off the upturned hull to which they
were cllnglng-and on which they were
being carried around and around by
the eddy.
The party of eight left Vancouver
yesterday morning in the gasoline
launch "You und I," a galvanized iron
metal hull boat, one of two which Mr.
Woodruff had helped build. They
spent the day up the North Arm and
were returning rather early in the
evening.
A short run was made out through
the Narrows for English Bay. The
title wus running out at the time, and
directly opposite Prospect Point,
while passing through the most dangerous portion of that passage the
launch ran into one of those swirling
eddies, almost a whirlpool, and in a
moment the boat was capsized. Fortunately the craft was equipped with
air tanks which enabled it to keep
afloat, or else even the strongest
swimmers   i^i the   party   would   have j
build a line here or not to build a
line there, they will do it ?" he asked-
"If the B. C. E. R. wants to build a
line, the Ladner board of trade cr the
Westminster council won't stop them,
and if they do not want to build, the
same institutions cannot make them.
In a few years there will be branches
all over the country and there will be
a bridge across at Ladner. Do you
think that New Westminster will lose
all its trade if the Ladner people are
accommodated with a line to Vancouver ?
"The country is expanding, it is.
marvellous- the way the country districts are expanding *nd Nfew Westminster- will not suffer if Ladner is.
given- another-line.. If they can get
the bridge there, let them' have it."
Notwithstandthg Alderman' Bryson's
strciill" an'd^ lonesome opposition. Al-
iermun'ijray'^ motloii.tQ arrange for
. the. meeting .birr, eel.'    '      '"....
MAN HINTS AT SUICIDE
AND THEN DISAPPEARS
Mr.   Cedarburg,   Wanted  for   Bigamy.
Writes Letter to Wife Declaring
He  Wlll  Drown  Himself.
bouse of Hicks and Patterson, totally who  stoically  watched the conflagra-
destroying It, nnd then jumped back j tion lick up his own home.
to McMillan avenue,    where   several|    Following is the estimate of losses:
.   >..,..  ,      . frame houses were speedily licked up.iHicks and Patteison, apartment block,
cently hy the Tradefa and ^nooi uoun- apaltment bouse was brick and $80,000.    Some insurance.    C. Patter-
cil, protesting ugalnst tne ac""n .��* | gtone wood finished. The Are stnrted son's residence, fully insured. Mrs
the city council in asking ior ineioib- .U ex���i08lon of a plumber's Fletcher Andrews, tenant of above
missal of Auditor Cotsworth  was ie |lne fu,.nace.    A high    wind was] $2000, partially Insured.   F. M. Ireton.
celved, read, and filed.
tenders were satisfactory they would
he accepted. .
A copy of the resolution passed_ re-
Mystery surrounds the movements.
of a man by the name of Cedarburg,
who was in tbla city on Filday aud
who Is wanted by tne police ot
Tacoma and Vancouver. He wrote a
letter trom the Russet I hotel heie ou.
Friday night last announcing tnat be
swimmers    ill,   tne    puny    wuuiu    mivo , , , -TT".       .
perished in "the grip of the rulBing waa going to compiH suicide by IjjinB.
tidal torrent ' in& lnt0   lle *ra8e.r rlver>    The tetter
When the launch turned over Walter lwa8 ^dressed to his wife ia Van,
.when the launch turned over, Walter > co"v^r- , ' P
Young and James Jamieson succeeded! Cedarburg was wanted on charges,
in gripping the keel of the boat with,?1 ^^ and embezzlement and the
one hand while with the other theyl lftei' is tllou8.t to be a ruse to
held three of the girls above the . l.hrow ,th��.^llce ott h��B track- _n ****
water day night there  was no one  by tne
Mabel Young, along with her bro- name ,of Cedarburg registered at the
ther Willie, and Willie Woodruff, Russe11- but hIa' acquaintances who
wera. ca. ried out of reach of the up-.came over Je&king for him thougnt
ffirned"'cftff by the out rushing tlde,:that the>; 'recognised the writing of
and were never seen ufterwards. |the tnair the> were looking for in tho
John Baker was attracted by tlie signature of W: T. Johnstob, legister-
cries for help and after clinging to.ed��,rom-- Montreal. Johnston only
the boat for nearly a half hour, the | Btayed for lunch and l>la movement*
remaining flve of the party were res- mound the hotel attracted no notice.
cued. The police here were notified, but
Of the three missing,-Willie Young, I they could tind no trace of the man.,
aged 20, employed ns a clerk In   the 'either in the river or out of lt, antk
" "     ',     ..     ������^in,-' hlowlnc and the unfinished structure
-lohn Harpor aBked/or ^^openlng ; blowing WOJ^ ^  ^   .^  .^
so rapidly that thirty men working on
the roof were cut off before they well
recognized their predicament. 8ome
Jumped, others slid down by ropes and
all escaped with few  minor injuries
������" of" Sixteenth street.    Referred
the board of works to report
Postmaster   .MacDonald asked    fo.
Krmr,7on^o place a coupe of parg
receptacles; one Ift J*"���"* -gj ,.M ���,���,,  ���     	
,umbl? rtrner TcoVmM?' IM ����� workln�� ln9lde e8Caped
^^iK��K��^
Begbie streets
The Eighth street sewer local im- the boxes warranted.      l&fafo
The $��0,000 so far expended,on the $6000.
residence, $5000, partially Insured.
Percy Hicks, residence. $4000, partially Insured. Dr. Gllmore, residence,
$5000, partially Insured. Miss Pringle,
residence, $4000, partially Insured.
Mr. Reynold (lately from Montreal),
residence, $4000, partially Insured. Mr.
Peden .residence, $4000, fully Insured.
Mrs. Olds, tenant   of   above,   about
B. C. E. R. company's office; William
Woodruff, aged 21. was employed by
the J. R. Tracey Sheet Metal Workers of 1051. Seatou street, and Miss
Mabel Young, aged 23, was employed
as a stenographer in tbe Unison's
Bay company's wholesale warehouse.
The Youngs lived at 1675 Fifth
avenue west, and Woodruff lived with
bis mother and sister at .54 Eleventh
avenue w. at.
It is not likely  that he is anywbera
near here now If be ls still alive.
Cedarburg was ��� connected with ae
large steel contracting Arm in Tacoma'and was making a good salary.
He was a gool Jlver and rather fond
of women, lie had a wife ln Tacoma
and Is said to have married another
woman ln Vancouver recently. Hei
was about thirty yeart of age, clean.
i shaven and of medium height.
.,**���*' S2?
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER
20,
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WANTED.
WANTED���A YOUNG LADY TO
sell tickets at tlie roller rink. Good
wages. Apply to Harry Tidy, Colum- ]
bia street.
WANTED���A STRONG COMPETENT
girl for general housework. Good
wages to the right girl. Apply 320
Second  street.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
Branch Office     - Kamloops, B.C.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
WITH WEST INDIES!
SIXTY ACRES In section 30, township1
       8, prairie land.   Price $1-5 per acre; I
nl i    one third    casli,   balance   one   and;
j    two years. (2UM.)
Movement on Foot to Unify!
Islands in Trade, and Have j
Canadian Line.
���the power to enjoy to the full life's
work and pleasure���comes only with a
pood digestion.
tone up weak stomachs-supply the digestive juices which are lacking-ensure
your food being properly converted into brawn and sinew, red blood and active
brain.    50c a box at your druggist's or from
National Drug and Chemical Co. of Canada, Limited
Montreal.
WANTED��� SMALL     RANCH,
proved,  with  buildings, in  the  vie _________	
inity  of  New   Westminster.      Fu.l I - "
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage i THIRTY ACRES in section 36, block
Land, 62 Hastings street east. 6 north, range 1 west, twenty acres
 ___ 1    cleared, with new house and barn;
good water.    Price  ?27Q per    acre.
Terms     over     eighteen      months.
(175-A.)
ENGLISH        WOMAN
seeks   work    by   day.
Cornwall street.
(WIDOW)
Apply 1020:
WANTED���BY BOY OF SIXTEEN,
board and room. Address S. A. this
office, stating terms, etc.
ENGLISHMAN REQUIRES Position; experienced in office and store
work, advertising, etc. R. P., care
of Daily News office.
WANTED���LOAN OF $250(1 ON IM-
proved city property before October
1.    Write Box O. K��� News office.
WANTED, BY SEPTEMBER IS, CAP-
able woman or girl as general help,
able to do plain cooking preferred.
Sleep home. Apply Mrs. B. S. Kennedy, 418 Eighth street.
WANTED ��� A SMALL FURNISHED
house September 15 or October 1,
by young couple who can give unquestionable references. Write A.
V., care this paper	
WANTED IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
first class lady clothes ironers and
two shirt, polishers; two dollars per
day and fare. Electric Lace & Silk
laundry, Vancouver.	
WANTED-LADY CASHIER, STENO-
grapher with experienced preferred.
Apply at once, W. S. Collister &
no.
WANTED���TEN GIRLS  AT    ONCE;
apply Royal City steam laundry.
WANTED���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR
a few hours daily, by English lady.
Apply Mrs. Wixey, 320 Columbia
street.
WANTED BY WORKING MAN,
room and board near Eighth avenue
and Twelfth street. Reply K., News
office.
WANTED ��� HOUSE KEE PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A CARPENTER.
Sash & Door factory-
WALSH
FIFTY   acres   in   section   32,   b'ock   5
north, range 2 west, N. W. D.;  absolutely the  best subdividing    pro-1
position  in   Port   Mann   distiict   to-1
day.    Why ?     The  terms  are  one- j
fifth cash, and    the    balance    over i movement.
Montreal Sept. 19.���A movement ls
on foot among a number of Canadian !
merchants   and   businessmen   of   the j
West Indies, to develop more   direct
trade relations between the Dominion
and Jamaica.      This   movement   has
found an appreciable impetus from an j
exhibit of goods from Jamaica at the
Toronto  exhibition,  and   Stanley   de
Lisser, of Kingston, Jamaica, who was !
in charge of the exhibit, is in  Mon-
treal at the present time, working in
the   Interests   of  the   present   trade I
TEN YEARS, with inteiest at 6 per
cent. (221-A.)
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block 5 north, range 2 west, N.W.D.,
on new Yale road. $800 per acre;
$2500 cash, balance six. twelve and
eighteen months at 7 per cent, interest. (222-A.)
SURREY
160 ACRES on the Scott road within
six miles of New Westminster.
Price $85 per acre; one-third cash,
balance six, twelve and eighteen
months.    Investigate this.    I.08-A.)
10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
section 19, township 2. $200 per
acre; one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per cent, interest. (201-A.)
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
8. on Newton road. $150 \er acre.
Terms over two years. (91-A.)
LANGLEY
FIVE acre tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil in Langley dis
tricts, cleared and in a high state
of cultivation; tram line running
through the property; good roads
on all sides. Price $175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
WANTED���A  GIRL FOR  GENERAL
housework  and   plain   cooking.   Ap-1
ply 125 Third  avenue.
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head  Office        .        451  Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office     -     -     Kamloops, B.C.
"Jamaica," he said,    today, in    the
course of an interview, "has not begun
until  now  to  realize  the  advantages j
that she may receive by direct inter- j
change of trade with Canada.    At the
present time there is but little steamship  communication  between   Canada I
and Jamaica, but there should be suf- j
ficient trade for a regular service of j
steamships coming to Montreal. Canada ,1 know, can supply us with everything that we need, and I believe that j
we  can  supply  you  with   much  that
you now receive through  the United
States,  such  as  bananas,   sugar,   to-
bacco and cigars.    We ourselves get
much  Canadian  produce through  the
same channel, and it is only recently j
that some of us have got to know that
It was Canadian produce that we were j
receiving.    It has been  usual to say
that all the goods came "from Amer-
lea," which was accepted as meaning
tbe United States, and Canada has in
this  way been slow   to   receive   the |
credit which the excellency of the ma- j
terials, notably flour, merits.
"What we have to do on our part is j
to unify tlie West Indian Islands a j
little more for trade purposes, and
then we shall be what I may term a
little more 'worth while.' There is
good prospect that this unison may
be brought about. Several influential
businessmen are working hard towards this end, and the government
of Jamacia is actively appreciative of
the importance of tiie enterprise."
J.   P.   Murray,   who   represents  the |
Canadian  Manufacturers on   the   To-1
ronto Exhibition committee, was with
Mr. de Lisser at the time of the in-i
terview,  and  he  said  that it seemed
obvious  to  him  that   there   was  real ���
scope for developing a  profitable   di-
reet trade with Jamaica.
For Immediate Sale
An Opportunity For Mixed Farming
Forty acres A-l dairy farm, one mile from station. Thirty-five acres
under cultivation, balance light brush. Six roomed house, barn to
accommodate sixty tons feed and twenty-eight head of cattle. Splendid water, constant supply; flrst class soil. $200 per acre, half cash,
balance at 6 per cent. Stock, implements and crop could also be purchased cheap.    Apply to
A. G., P.O. Box 29, City.
No Agents Need Apply.
AND   EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
A T
MOREY'S
665���Columbia Street-
New Westminster, B. C.
-65j
New Arrivals
In Girls' and Misses' Dresses in
All Sizes and Prices
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House
617 Columbia Street
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone   R  113. Office:  princ
ess St,
VIEW    OF    McBRIDE.
FOR  SALE.
STAGE PLAYS FOR SALK���TWO
act comedies and other shoiter
pieces. London author now In city.
will give particulars by appointment.
Author, care News office.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER,
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
FOR SALE���Cheap, two acres on Lu*lu
island, apply after 7 p.m. to J. M.,
301 Columbia street.
B. B. Cooke, the representative of
Ithe Toronto Star with the Sir Wilfrid
Laurier party, writes entertainingly
about the visit to Victoria. Ills analysis of the two premiers is complete
and searching, and his conclusions
|on the whole, appreciative. Dealing
with Mr. McBride's political "cleverness," he writes:
"An interview with McBride is deceiving. Nobody could ever be as splen-
FOR city, residential and business [did as he impresses you as being; so
propel ty, fanai and lruit lands, there must be a weakness somewhere,
water frontage, and  B. C.  Electric ' -l is '���* common saying in British Co-
HOME FOR SALE
5 Rooms, modern, full sized lot, land in the rear.
Situated on 5th Avenue near 4th Street. Price only
$2100. Terms 1-2 Cash, balance to arrange. This
must be sold within 8 days, as owner leaves the city.
P. PEEBLES
j KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
| (Successors to Hale Bros. & Kennedy.
Limited.)
j Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
I
New Westminster, B. C.       Phone 335
I
and Canadian Northern railway ter- [ lumbia that: nobody could ever be as,
minal acreage, apply to-
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
FOR    SALE-TWENTY-TWO    FOOT over Merchant* Bank, Cor. Columbia
launch in flrst class   condition;    a , an(j Begbie Sts.
snap for $150 cash.   Apply 818 Ken    New Westminster, B. C.     Phone 335
nedy street, New Westminster.
R00M8   TO   RENT.
FOR    RENT ��� FURNISHED    BED
room, 424 Third arenue.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 713 T:ew street.
TO LET-:FUR&SHEp:jntOpMS. AP-
>   ply    upstairs Trapp" Mock,   corner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.
TO RENT ��� FURNISHED
rooms. 703 Third avenue,
after C p. m. or between 9 a
5 p. m. at Room 14
street.
BED
Apply
PORT MANN
LARGE LOTS (58x132) on Johnson
road; .200 each';' .10.00 cash, $l��.w
per month.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Sidewalks.
The corporation Is desirous of
m. anil iceiving   tenders    for
re-
TO    RENT ���NICELY
room  suitable for two
business section.    Apply 129 Tenth
street.
TO RENT
concrete    side-
G23 Columbia!walka on Alexander,    Begbie,    Lorne,
| McKenzie, Sixth, Church and    Clark-
������.(son streets.   Plans, specifications and
FURNISHED further particulars    can    be obtained
Handy  to | from J. VV. B. Blackman,   city    engi-
necr.    Tenders to be delivered to the
undersigned not later than five o'clock
on September 19, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
September 12, 1910.
IU LhlT���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K. P. block; suitable
for store rooms, skating rink, or
��n&ving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester.
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 617 St. George
stieet, City.
FOUND.
FOUND���TEAM OF HORSES, ONE
large red with one Wfcite foot; second, small brown marevwith white
spot on back. Apply Jaift^s Doyle,
*"'*euM ent lary row. Second nJj%e, lf
not claimed by next Saturday 'will
tie sold to defray expenses. *��
The   Fall   Fairs.
The dates of the fall fairs through
The dpper country and coast have
fceen announced as follows:
Kelowna, September 20 and 21.
Kamloops,   September   28,   29    and
Armstrong, September 22 and 23.
Salmon Arm. September 23 and 24.
alve.
New
.factual
CITY OF NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to 5 p.m. of Monday,
the 19th Inst., for the position of as
slstant to the City Treasurer.
Applicants must be capable   stenographers and good at figures.   Salary
to commence at $65.00 per month.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, September 13. 1910.
wise as McBride looks. It appears
true. He is clever, but not brainy. He
has not enough chin to be forceful.
The keynote of him is the cleverness:
His enemies call him a mountebank
and flini-flammer. Some things support them, and they cannot explain
away McBride's successes. They cannot overlook his genius for organizing political machines, nor his ability
to use his personality. He cannot
speak. On tbe platform he is merely a
democratic noise. He Is not an administrator. He has no great policies,
lie has no records except one for
nerve in reading old Sir Charles Tup-
per's son out of the party last fall.
He has heen connected with objectionable land deals, and is said to be
too good a friend of the C. P. R. But
none of these things counterbalance
his organization and personality. He
could offer the forlorn Tory party a
record of victories against the honorable defeats of that admirable man,
R. L. Borden. In two years he would
have his organization complete, and in
the year would have secured a personal following that would weigh
heavily. Above all. being the politician he Is, and not 'a mere reformer,' he would rig up a good-looking
policy that would, other things being
favorable, hold enough wind to float
his vessel Into the desired haven. But
in an interview you might easily be
reserved, fearfully sagacious, and at
but McBride's seeming ability. He ls
resrved, fearfully sagacious, and at
times wonderfully bright. But it is
the skill with which he hides his
weaknesses that reveals the greatest
of them."
j Fall Hats
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We have the choicest selection
by the best of makers. Hats
Guaranteed to Fit Well and
Wear Well.
I
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
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"A   STUBBORN   CINDERELLA."
Lovers of musical comedy will find
In "A Stubbron Cinderella" all the re-
quisltles that go to make up a thoroughly complete production of this description. The book Ib by Hough and
Adams, ,and the music by Joseph
Howard. These noted writers have
collaborated-in the construction of
one of the greatest successes ever
given to the musical comedy stage.
The cast, of princlpara ii made up of
a number of prominent   artisUj.   The
chains,   whence   eust   eighty   chains,
then<�� north, *ifhtj chains to point pf
iV.o{_,i��� .       ��� . . .#*hn?encemerit, containing 640   acres
Westminster, Ocjober 4 to. 8,)mo.e or less. '
v.    ��� ;      _ I WILLIAM   ROBERT   DICK.
victoria,   September  27    to   Octo      Vancouver,   B.   C,   September
. . , 1C10.
\pistrict   of   New   Westminster.
TATf^jiotJce that, I, William Robert Dick, "of Vapcouver, B. tCi; occupation  real estatw dealer,' intends to
apply for permission to purchase thej chorus is composed of attractive, \\ti
following described lands: possessing and capable young ladles.
Commencing at a post planted (diaries A. Goettler has equipped the
about twenty chains north from the !r,0rduction with magnificent scenery
southwest corner of Timber Lease anj goregous costumes. "A Stubborn
38769, Texada Island, thence west Cinderella" comes to the Opera house
eighty   chains,   thence   south    eighty on Saturday.
Cholera   in   Italy   Spreads
Rome, Sept. 19.���Six new cases of
Asiatic  cholera  and   two  deaths  lire
6, reported In 8outheaste*n Italy during
the last twenty-four hours.
I
We are   sole   agents   for" suck
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Christies Celebrated English
Make
Hawes  Von  Gal American
Make
Also carry a   full   line   of   tke
Famous Stetson Hats
See Our Special $2.50 Hat
Get a line on our   Hat   Goods
at once. "-It will pay you well.
M. J. Philips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
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Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
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THE
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Many PoopJp who have
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The Bank of Toronto
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the facilities of their
laape and strong banking organization.
Interest if  paid  on Savings
Balances half-yearly.  ::
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Woodwork of All Kinds.
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1910.
THK DAILY NEWS.
PACE THREE.
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ESTABLISHED 1817.
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nches throughout    Canada    and
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and  Mexico City.    A  general
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banking
pendents in    all    parts of    the
ters 0
corn s
world.
Savings Bank Djpartment���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
aud interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
annum   (present rate).
Total  Assets over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
Transfer Co,
office 'Phone lift.     Barn 'Pkone llf
Columbia Street.
p.aitr&ge   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT
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(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Mail Service
Sunday,
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8; 30,
50, 15:4!
ive,
8:25,  22:30.
except     Sunday;
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��������� &��� V.   States' daily except Sunday
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Vancouver,    daily    except
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 16:00
rive at 8:30, 13:00, 18:00.'
victoria, daily except Sunday, Leave
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C &   V.   East,   daily;   Le
15:45;   Arrive at 9:25,  2
Sapperton,    daily
Leave. 8
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;
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Edmonds,     dally     except     Sunday;
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Burquitlam,    dally    except    Sunday;
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Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday,
Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
.Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday; Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Ladner, daily except Sunday,   Leave,
14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Port   Guichon,  daily  except   Sunday,
Leave, 14:20;   Arrive at 10:00.
Westham   Island,   daily   except   Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sunday; Leave,
14:20;   Arrive  at 10:00.
Annacis   Island,   Monday,   Wednesday
and   Friday,   Leave,  14:20;   Arrive
10:00.
TURKEY AND RUSSIA IN
NEW MILITARY ALLIANCE
BRYAN'S  HANDY  MAN
BOLTS  FROM   PARTY
Le Temps, of Paris, Announces Extraordinary    Development
European Politics.
in
London, Sept. 18���Remarkable news
affecting the status of Turkey    with
tbe European powers is published in
Le Temps, of Paris, one of the most I
trustworthy    and    influential    news-j
papers on the continent.
Briefly, the   announcement is   that
Turkey and Russia have concluded    a |
military alliance and that the former
Lincoln, Sept. 18.���Richard L,
Metcalf, associate editor of The Commoner and right hand man of W. .1.
Bryan, has bolted from the party and
Issued a statement endorsing C. C.
Aldrick i Rep.) as candidate for governor. Metcalf wtis a candidate for tlie
Democratic nomination for l'nited
! States senator, and ran on a "dry"
platform. He was defeated by G. M.
Hitchcock, of Omaha.
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I Dwight's  Cholera   Remedy
Price 25c
���
���
SOLD ONLY AT
British Give Viljoen Position.
Capetown. Sept. 18.���Ben Viljoen,
whose dare-devil exploits won the admiration of the British during the
Boer war, who has been farming ln
America since tlie termination of the
campaign, is about to return to South
Ryall's Drug Store \
EYES TESTED BY OPTICIANS.
3
, . .Africa,  having  been offered  the  post
power IS taking steps to range herself  of asslstant mlnlster of ���atlve afl&r8
with the powers tonning the Triple al-
���Germany, Austro-Hungary and
Italy.
If this be true, an extraordinary development has come ln European politics.
Only a year or two ago Turkey and
Austria were at daggers drawn over
the annexation of Bosnia-Herzegovina
and Turkey and Russia on little better terms.
Xow apparently old sores are about1     . ., ,     	
to be healed and the Ottoman Empire!. Any available Dominion Lands with.
comes forward to take its place bold-111 the railway belt in British Colum-
ly among the factors with which all .bla- may *>*> homesteaded By any per-
European chancelleries    will have to
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
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at
Phone  661
Residence   Phone   133
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Tele-
1 hone 755.
reckon.
The report, of Turkey's action was
first published in July, nut was denied
as a journalistic canard. Berlin issued
a denial and the Constantinople press
took up the attitude that the proposal
was entirely  inopportune.
Le Temps itself on the occasion
even said to Turkey that "if she entered the Triple alliance and thus
changed  tlie  character  of  that coali-
Annieville,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,  Tuesday,  Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave, 14:20;   Ariive at
8:30 and lfi-.30.
B.   &   V.   "Vancouver,"   daily   except I tion, she would inevitably forfeit tlie y/Hb   under
Sunday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at sympathies and the support of France, plans:
England  and  Russia.    The men  who1,    (i)    At least six months' residence
govern Turkey," added   the   Journal, {upon and cultivation of the land on
"know  very  well that, in    order    to I ach year for three years.
carry  to a successful  issue the diffi-1    (2) If the father ( or motner, ir tne
cult task wliich they have undertaken, father is decased), of the homesteader
eon who is tha sole bead of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, io
'the extent of one-quarter section of
il60 acres, more or less.
Entry must be maae personally at
the local land office for the district
lu which the land is situate. Entry
jby proxy may, however, be made on
j certain conditions Dy the tat tier,
mother, son. daughter, brother or sis-
-ter of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions  connected  there-
one    ot    tbe    following
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker wharf every afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
jj * {��� ��� Returning to New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning. Jeaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject
passenger rates apply to
to change without notice.   For freight and
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
11:00.
Cloverdale,
Leave, 14
Port    Kells,
Leave, 14
daily except Sunday,
50; Ariive at 11:00.
daily except Sunday;
50;  Arrive at 11:50.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold W ate jes for Ladles trom 912-/5
op-
Silver 'Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
.7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgtn
Wateh'es.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Clayton,   Tuesday
and   Saturday,
rive at 11:00.
Tynehead,     Tuesday     and     Friday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:00.
Burnaby Lake, daily except  Sunday,
Leave, lfi:00: Arrive at 15:15.
B. & S. "States." daily except Sunday;
Leave, 15:45; Arrive at 15:15.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
_  to  25
2 and 4
H.  P.
Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Tenth
Phone
St.,   New
53.
Westminster.
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6, Guichon Building.
Phone  681
Thursday,   Friday i they require to unite, not to divide, resides upon a farm in the vicinity ol
Leave,   14:50;   Ar- Europe." the land entered for, the requirements
Further light on a development agi- i as to residence may be satisfied by
tating diplomatic circles most strong- Buch person residing with the tathei
ly, is awaited. lor mother.
 , (3) lf the settler has Ws permanent
CANADIAN  SYSTEM  BEST.        ]residence  upon   farming   land   ewnad
  . |by him In the vicinity  of his home-
South African Agriculturist in Ottawa stead, the requirements as to residence
Studying Grain Inspection System.      may  be  satisfied  by  residence   upon
Ottawa. Sept. 10.���Russell Thorton, the said land,
government agriculturist of the de- j Six months' notice In writing should
partment of agriculture in South be given to the commissioner of De-
Africa, is in Ottawa seeing officers j minion lands at Ottawa of intention
of the department of trade and com- to apply for patent,
merce in regard to Canada's systeth Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
of grain inspection. j leased  for    a period of    twenty-one
Mr. Thorton says that It. is under- ,y*ars *t an annual rental of |1 per
stool In South Africa that the Cana- a"e. Not more than 2560 acres
dian system of grain inspection is the *������**������ *<- 'Pased to one Individual or
best in the world and as such com- companv. A royaltv a, the rate Ot
mands the confidence of the British' Ave cents ner ton shal b* collected
market, it is the desire of South Cn tbe merchantable coal mined
Africa, he says, to adopt somewhat
similar grain Inspection laws.
') m__m
Hon. J. E. Gibson in  Winnipeg. ���
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince George"
Long���18.2   Knots
"Prince Rupert" and
3,500   Tons���320   Feet
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
Estimates Given.
Winnipeg, Sept. 1!).-
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
-The lieutenant.
PhonP ^fi7  governor of Ontario, Hon. J.  E. Gib-
.   uvuc o\j    , gon^ an.lved in this clty at noon and
I was met by a delegation of prominent
Scottish Hite Masons. Tonight a reception was held by the craft in the
Masonic Temple, Mr. Gibson being entertained at government house.
N.T1.���TTnauthorlzefl   publication   ot
��hla  id^orttsement will    not bp pain
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Mondays and Fridays at 11:30
p.m. for Prince Rupert.
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Wednesday and Saturdays at
2:00 p.m. for Victoria and Seattle.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert 5:00 p.m. Sundays and
Wednesdays for Stewart; 10:00p.m. Mondays for Masset, and 10:00
p.m. Thursdays for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Lockport, Jedway
and Ikeda.
Solid wide vestibule trains of coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago, Detroit, London, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, New York, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston, etc. Longest douole track railway
under  one  management  on  the American  continent.
For rates, time tables, booklets and full information, passenger or
freight, apply to
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
Citv Passenger and Ticket Agent. Commercial Agent.
Telephone 7100.     527 Granville Steer, Vancouver.      Telephone 3060.
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
B. C.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver Landings
The New Sternwheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK
!U
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
WALSH SASH
& DOOR  CO.
W. E. Walsh      W. E. Walsh, Jr.
Factory, 226 I4th St.
New Westminster,  B.C.
Phone 413.
We  make a  specialty  of fir
doors, steamed and kiln dried.
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds of  Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon  and  Sixth  St.   New
Westminster B. C, Phone 354.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
Estimates
of
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Given on  Any
Job   Printing
Kind
Thomson  Blk.
Phone  388
At the annual meeting of the agricultural societies of British Columbia,
held In Victoria in January last, dates
for the fairs throughout the Province
were arranged as follows:
First   Circuit.
Comox      Sept. 22 and 23
Cowichan        Sept. 23 and 24
The Islands  Sept. 21
Victoria       Sept. 27 to Oct. 1
N. and S.  Saanich Oct. 7 and 8
Second  Circuit.
Coquitlam      Sept. 20
1 Maple   Ridge Sept. 21 and 22
I Mission      Sept. 28
i Agassiz       Sept. 27 and 28
Chilliwack     Sept. 20, 21 and 22
Third   Circuit.
Armstrong      Sept. 22 and 23
Kamloops       Sept. 28 te 30
K.l.wna      Sept. 20 and 21
Salmon Arm   i.~.S*ft. 2* and 24
Summerland      Oct. 17 and \%
Fourth Circuit
Surrey      &>*<��� ��
Langley      Sept 28
Eburne     Sept. 29 and 30
Ladner     Sept. 23 and 24
TENDERS
WANTED
Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned up to
noon, September 20th, for the
clearing of 450 acres, more or
less, of timber lands. Plans and
specifications can be secured
on application. The lowest or
any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. H. HASLITT,
Purchasing Agent.
B. C. E. Ry Co., Ltd.,     __
Vancouver, B.C.
TENDERS
WANTED
Tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon,
September 20th, for tunnel excavation, approximately 600 feet
rock and earth. Plans and
specifications can be secured
upon application. Lowest or
any tender not necessarily
eepted.
ac-
W. H. HASLITT,
Purchasing Agent.
B. C. E. Ry Co., Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C.
LAND ACT.
D:s-
New Westminster Land District
trlct of  New Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer. Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile northeast from the
head of Billings bay, and about 40
chain* easterly from the southeast
corne- of timber lot number 37341,
thence north 40 chains, thence east
40 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence west 40 chains to point of
commencement,  containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.-
Dated August 29, 1910.     	
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.   C.
Tenders  for  Sewer  Construction.
The corporation ls desirous of receiving tenders for the laying and
construction of about ten (10) miles
of sewers on the Eighth street sewerage system in the city of New West-
minster. Further particulars and
plans cart be obtained from J. W. B.
Blackman, city engineer.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to flve o'clock p. m. of
the 26th inst.
The loweBt or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A.   DUNCAN.
City   Clerk.
City hall, September 10, 1910.
���i
PROVINCIAL
EXHIBITION
Queens   Park,    New  Westminster,  B. C.
Under the Auspices of the_Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society
of British Columbia.
OCT. 4,5, 6, 7 and 8,1910.
$50,000
IN   PRIZES  AND
ATTRACTIONS
Official Opening, by Hon. Richard McBride, Premier
of the Province, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 2. p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday���Lacrosse Matches.
Wednesday���Scottish Sports and Scottish Concert.
Thursday���Vancouver Day-American Day.
Friday���Children's Day.
Saturday���Exhibition will continue until 10:30 p. m.
Wagner's Band, of Seattle, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This was the
official band at the Alaska-Yukon Exposition in 1909, and has a world-wide reputation.
Summerland Band. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Vancouver Musicians' Band, Tuesday afternoon and evening and Wednesday
evening.
Vancouver Pipers' Band, Wednesday.
Al. G. Barnes' Big Three Ring Wild Animal Circus on the Grounds during
the whole Period of the Exhibition.
SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMSHIP LINES
W. H. Keary,
Manager and Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE KING
T. J. Trapp,
President
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
tuesdav, 8EPTEMBER j0(
The DaiSy News
Published by Tbe Dally News Publish.
tng Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of     McKenzie   and     Victoria
Streets.
C A. Paige Managing  Director
LEES LIMITED
TUESDAY,  SEPTEMBER  20,  1910.
A   BROKEN   REED.
It isla long tlm;> since the IrrJLirtaRl
barl penned the famous line.""Hope, _
spring^ eternal in the human breast."
But the truth of this excellent morsel
of philosophy is as apparent today as
ever.   It forms for instance tlie who'e
reason for the continued existence of
the Conservative  party, and  of their
leader,   Mr.   Borden.    The   latter  has jj
just reaffirmed Ills fath in the success!
of the Conservative party at the next
federal election.    Mr. Borden does not
appear to have made clear thfe reason
for the faith that, is in him.   It cannot
be that the experience of bis party at
the last  two elections, nor the reception accorded to the Halifax platform
jrive any justification for such tin optimistic outlook.
It may be of course that tlie Conservative  party  has a  fresh  program!
of scandals to put forward, and expect
to score over the government in   this I
way.     Hut   their   experience   even   in!
this respect is scarcely such as to be
encouraging.    Or  it   may  be  that   Mr.
Borden regards his party's attack on j
the National Transcontinental railway ���
and the transportation policy of    the,
government as a likely means to produce the desired result.    But he will
not find any useful measure of public
support for this wrangling and bickering,   because   the   Canadian   people
recognize and support the progressive'
policy of the government.
Nor is the position which Mr. Borden litis taken up in respect to tlie
Canadian navy likely to gain his
party any increase of support at the
next election. There is no question
that the naval policy of the government meets with general approval
throughout the Dominion. Tlie Conservative party is not even able to
show that it has done any good or useful work in the character of an opposition. It does not possess the cohesive-
ness cf harmony, but instead, dissen-
tion is rife within its ranks. Mr.
Lor.'.en's optimism is no doubt cheering to his party, but having nothing
to give it warrant has only the unstable reliance of a broken reed.
We Furnish Your
Ho me   Co mp le te
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE 73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW WESTMINSTER.
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REMEMBER    WE   CLOSE   AT   6    P.M.    SATURDAYS, 10 P.  M.
THURS.
SEPT. 22
THURS.
SEPT. 22
CHAS. E. SCHILLING'S
" TWO MARRIED IN"
One of the Funniest Plays Ever
Written
Sixteen Capable People
Band and Orchestra
Feature Vaudeville Acts
��
perting ba
September 19th to 25th
An  extraordinary  sale���a feast of bargain offerings ln New Fall  Merchandise     Km-  t.,o<
' " jusi one week
we are making special price concessions to induce you to visit this���New    Westminster's   I	
goods store.    New Suits, Coats, Skirts, Dress Goods, etc., are receiving special    attention  for tl
Visit each department and inspect the various offerings. e'
A Snap in Ladies' Suits, $19.75
Simply a "get  acquainted" offer in up-to-date garments Including all the new styles and smvt
lngs of the season.    Diagonals. Cheviots, Broadcloths, and a variety  of  novelty   weaves    comprise    thi
special.   Regular values to 125.00.   This week   '       *
PRICES, $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c
Seat Sale at Ryall's Drug Store.
Bargains in Dress
Skirts, $12.00
Values for $6.50
Plain and ,self-striped fabrics ln
Panama. Broadcloth, Tweed. Venetian
and Wool Taffeta included In this
genuine snap. An excellent assortment of taking styles. All sizes are
here. Regular prices tis high as $12.
Sale price $6.50
hogs, as they are generally termed,
are deprecated by the great body of
automobile owners. They are a nuisance and a grave source of danger,
and no law can really be too severe
upon them.
We understand that the new government regulations will embody till
the best principles of similar legisla
tion now in force in other countries,
remodelled where necessary to meet
the peculiar requirements of British
Columbia. We presume therefore they
will include a provision for securing
the   proper  qualification   of   nil   auto-
criminal action on the part of the McBride government. The government
has no other land policy than that indicated. It is impossible for settlers
to get more than the most vague information in regard to government
lands. On Vancouver Island there
are some splendid farming lands in
the neighborhood of Shushartie. A
dozen settlers have gone in and have
pre-empted or purchased lands, but
the best of the land has been sold to
favorities, and other sales are heing
made. If purchasers were bound to
settle these lands it would not be so
AUTOMOBILE REGULATIONS.
We are glad to learn that the law
very necessary. As to the latter,
though a woman may, and does often
make a most capable handler of the
officers cf the provincial government.1'0'1113' experience In Great Britain and
.are  now  engaged  In   preparing  rfigu-!Eur��Pe llas sil0wn that tlie-v are not
lations for automobile traffic through-!10 be trusted with the control of 'the
out the province.    The exsiting r-^gu- steering wheel.
lations, which  were drawn  up ln the __^_______
���early  days  of  the  automobile,   some-'
what hurriedly, are altogether inadequate to meet the condition of affairs
today, when this speedy means of
���travel has become -so widely adopted.
The people of British Columbia
_^^_^^_^^_^^_^^^_^^^_^^_^ scarcely realize to what extent the
Most, if not all. local authorities have��� progress of British Columbia is being
by-laws for regulating the traffic retarded owing to the failure of the
through their respective districts, butj McBride government to evolve, a prop-
these in no-way to. properly safeguard ; er land settlement policy. The'gov'ern-
the interests of the public.
Patrons of the automobile have
in
creased  in  number  considerably  dur-'of the best of the land to its faithful
ing the past few ye&ls, and��it is pretty  friends -as a reward for services ten-
mobile  drivers  and   the  limitation  of; had. but they are not.   They are given
this privilege to males. The former is,a  clear  title  to  them  and   can   hold
them indefinitely until the surrounding lands are settled up, iind then
they can sell at an immense profit.
Even this, although bad enough,
would not be such a great Injury to
the province, were it not for the fact
thai by taking the best lands out of the
reach of the pre-emptor, the district
is killed so far as present settlement
is concerned. No man wants to go into a district and pre-empt land, even
if it i.s good land, unless he knows he
is going to have neighbors, and unless
a settlement i.s likely to grow up
around him, so that, he can obtain the
privileges of schools, churches, post-
offices and the other accompaniments
of civilization. Then there is the general lack of information In regard to
lands to he obtained
Great Savin? on
Swiss Curtains
Secure al    a discount���we   cle
the lot���162 pairs, in till-and nn sale
they go fer this wcei.    You'll he wl
t i   supply   your  curtain   needs   I
this  slock.    Choice  design,;   in   floral
and applique effect.
Regular ?.". values, per pair  $3.50
Regular $C values, |er pair   $4.50
Regular $s values, per pair  $6.00
15c Flannelette, 12 l-2c
Per Yard
White only, good heavy Eng-
lish Flannelette���advanced in
price since we bought this���
hut we do not consider that for
one week's selling; 31 inches
wide, per yard   12', 2c
Tapestry Table Covers
$3.25
Stunning values in Tapestry
Table Covers, choice designs in
various colors. Purchased special^ for this event. Regular
prices up to $6.00. Sale
price i__H^__|^__H	
Damask Table Cloths
Seven only, size? 2 yards by ;
yards, with one dozen Napkins
to match. This hit is really
$6.60 value, hut we are i
OUt Ihe line. Special per
set $3.50
A Snap in Dress
Goods, 50c Yard
An extra special In piece go >ds,
Worsteds, novelty weaves aud Tw eds
in wide array. Hlack a:id plain colors
included. You'll find these equal to
any 75c quality suitable for waists,
dresses and linings. Per yard  .,..50c
Specials in Silks
One piece Bonnet's black Peau de
S ile, g laranteed quality. Regular
$1 -.'��� for, pi r yard   $1.00
One piece 36-Inch    black    r.
lustrous finish.   Regular $2.26 for, pei
yard $1.50
Black and colored Tamallne Silk, all
new shades in stuck, suitable for
waists, dresses and linings. Pel
yard  50c
LAND   POLICV    WANTED.
ment has a policy, and that i�� tQtgive,
or sell at a nominal figure, blfe tf*ets
BAPTIST PASTOH ANSWEHS
CHALLENGE OF CATHOLICS
anythinr
 jNo one knows
how to get to them, and no
���rertaip  that  they-.'will vbe. ome   even dered.    This policy has been persist-
more numerous in the "near    future. |ently adhered to from the first, and is one   s )ems   very   keen    on    Inducing
Some thorough    fofm, of   legislation ! still being followed.    Take as an   in-j their settlement.    Compare this meth
dealing with  this kind of traffic  has stance  the splendid  districts   in ��� the
therefore become  urgently necessary. Bulkley and Ootsa valleys.   When the
Unfortunately thereire a good many government  surveyors  were   sent  in,
drivers of automobiles who cannot re  practically the whole of the land was
sist  tlie   temptation   to1 run  at  high found to have been staked and sold to
speed,  especially   when    thpy     come camp   followers  of   the   government,
across a section of nice smooth.road- After these had taken all thoy could
way like the main street of our city, handle,  and all  that   was  worth  tak-
The facility with which pace can    be ing, a reserve was  put  upon the   re-
attalned    on     these    machines     also muinder and this was thrown open to
seen-,2 to develop a degree of selfish- settlement   by   pre-emptors.      There  was well known by everyone that if
ness i:i  certain  drivers which  makes never was a more scandalous piece of the people came here they could not
them utterly indifferent to the rights  business transacted in  the history of  gct Ule |and unjeBB they wore read
of the public.    They career-along   the the province, and yet this is only one'
Dr. Graham Declares Recent Eucharist
Congress Exalted the Pope and
Overlooked Christ.
od with that of the Dominion government, and the difference at once
b! J why i". Is that British Columbia haa not settled as fast as it should
have. Complaint has sometimes been
made that the Dominion government
does not^ advertise Birtish Columbia
sufficiently, but how could it, when it
Toronto, Sept. 19.���Rev. Dr. William
T. Graham, pastor of the Fir3t Avenhe
Baptist church, last night before an
overflowing, congregation preached a
sermon in fchieh he picked up the
gauntlet thrown down by Father
Vaughan in his recent challenge to
Protestantism.
Referring to the recent demonstration in Montreal he said: "It was the
Pope, the Italian priest and the
Church of Rome that were exalted
throughout this entire congress and
Christ and church were kept in the
background.
"1 have lived in Montreal nnd I can
say to you from first hand knowledge
that it was for nothing more than to
show the people in that district the
power of the church that all this display was made."
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
I i!SRE6B^ FITTINGS |
SHOW CASES \
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
���
J. BROOKES, Proprietor ^^^^^^^^
WORKS���Corner Eleventh and Cerllne. PHONE 473    *
***********+****+���**++**++ �����������<���<������������������������������������������������������������
The
to   pay  the   prices  demanded   by   Hie
roads at a mad' 'pace, raising a great  cf a  hundred similar instances.
���dust an.l endangering both their own   Bulkley   and   Ootsa   valleys    will    be   government  favorites  who  held  them.
and other peoples' Uvea.    These road  crippled for a century by tbe almost ���Victoria Times.
Much   Typhoid   Around   Brandon.
Brandon, Sept. IP.���Typhoid appears to be on ihe Increase In this
district. The percentage of deaths,
however, is smaller than usual owing to the better Facilities for taking can,' of the patients.
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JEWELRY
Our stock of jewelry i��� Gold, Silver and  Gold  Plated is the must
complete ever shown in Westminster.    Call and be convinced.
Chamberlin's ,*%��*���-���
Agents for the Howard, Ball, Longines and  Hamilton Watches.
Official time inspector for C. P. Ry.
mHm&m
GOOD BUYS IN CITY HO
TWELFTH STREET, new residence,
seven rooms, and large concrete
basement, bath, etc.; lot 44x140;
lane in rear; good position' on cm-
line and commanding line view.
PrUe $3600, easy terms.
No. 137.���.N'ew. six-room house on
Tenth street,'close to the business
district; full lot with lane in rear.
|8$ti ca.ih will .hu'pdle this snap and
tW! balance caij be-arranged to suit
purchaser.
ROYAL AVENUE, near Seventh
street, large modern house, recently
renovated throughout. Price $4000;
.1500 cash.
LONDON STREET, close to Twelfth
street, large lot, cement sidewalks.
Price  .(150;  $200 cash.''
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
No. 133.���N'ew seven room house on
Henley street, near Orphanage,
(soon to be paved). $2750; cne-
thlrd cash, balance to arrange.
No. 132.���Fino residential lot, with
small house, close In, on future
business street; the best, speculative buy in the city. $21100; one-
third cash, balance easy payments.
No. 111.���,\ full sized lot cleared and
in fruit on Regina street, with comfortable house; sewer on this
street; for $1800. Small cash payment will handle thsl. ���. ."J!\\K^-   Vktl
TUESDAY,
SEPTEMBER 20, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
PORTS
0 HARRISON SPRINGS
MINES 8UPPLYJNU COAL
TO BRITISH Ml CLOSE
Tveive   Thousand   Welsh   Colliers  Go
on  Strike���Many  Force 200,000
Others to Idle.
Cardiff,   v." |<
DRAMATIC INCIDENTS ARE   |
MELODRAMA!
"The     Manxrr.an,"    Seen     Here     Last
Night,   Well   Staged   and   Cleverly
Interpreted Story.
PURO
Sept.   1!'.���Twelve
om  the Cambrian
Tlie strike tern-
all the mines supplying coal to the    British    navy.    The
strikers in  walking out, violated the
orders of the leaders of the  unions,
, Dext few days HarrttftfHot.���6 W*������ f��""�� ��*��ers is co*
.     ....    ,  ...   .sidering locking^out 200,000 men
result of the trouble.
If this action i.s taken by
i-f-nchmen Will Spend Next thou��ind miners fro
ltr colliery struck today.
few Days at Famous Sui- porariiy dose
ijhur Water Resort.
the
B will    be
I aspirants  to  the
borne    of    tbe'
guardianship i
Minto Cup. tbe Nationals hav- i
tbe mine
I   '
ehifted their quarters to the    St.
_ |,0te] yesterday afternoon. The
'mien will take the waters there
ibmlt to expert massage in an-
���ktion of the next melee with the
pions.    The  Nationals  will  have
time for tbe next few days, but
will  not  be a  patch  to  the  hot
���e next Saturday.
���:,. Lalonde's boys are easily the1
sportsmen  who bave ever come
after Uie .Minto Cup.   They were
|eS on    Saturday,    decisively    by
to three, but not a whim-
owners, one of the most serious labor
Last    night's    production    of    "The
-Manxman" at  the opera house is one ]
of the neatest and best staged dramas;
tbat bus beld tbe boards in the local I
playhouse for some time. '
'i be  dramatic  incidents  throughout'
the   play  are  sufficient  to  keep    the
audience enthralled through the whole
process of unwinding the story of tbe '
honest love of Pete Quilliam for Kate j
is a  Creegan and his   great    self-sacrifice ���
| for that love and ber good name.    It
is the same old story of a weak wo- j
man and the tempter's    tongue,    but -
.told without the sor.lldness that marks
disputes ot recent years    In England most of tbe melodrama of today.    As
ma/ begin.   Tlie action of tbe men in | "Pete Quilliam"  Frederic Clarke had |
quitting in spite of the efforts of the a tr>'ing role to assume,  but despite
heads of tlieir organizations to keep \J^.b_  pa,n was we" laken'      Miss!
h,.  , Lolita Lamb as "Nancy Joe" had eas-1
tbem at work, gives tbe operators a uy tbe best part of the evening and
chance to make a winning fight to her belongs tbe credit for carrying
against the unions, it is believed, and  the Production through in several    of
anti-union sentiment which has been j th!_,.Jul,_.   monients- !
.. .Mildred Eddy as Katherine Creegan'
among  the  mine  owners Gertrude Stone as Grannie    Creegan.!
show Itself in a general lockout  Thomas H. Clarke as Pbiiip Christian,'
brought on the grounds of al-  Percy Kilbride as Hoss Christian, Chic
Kehoe as Ceaser Creegan, Abe Durnes '
as  Black Tom and    Irving    Cook    as
Johnny Niplightly completed tbe cast.'
land is regarded as somewhat critical  From a scenic standpoint "Tbe Manx-;
been heard from a single one Ij ,he ^.^ hag cauged wJde com.lman" was exceptionally good.
They took their beating like  am. and ,g |(_,oivin��� dose attemlon I
tcknowledged the superiority : from ^ pan . q. ^
o|)pouents.    Contrast    this
Mont- 	
may
order,
leged ���. iolation of contracts.
The labor situation throughout Eng-
i,
..   I
baby  yelping of the
e i tet nai grouch of Charlie
Correspondence
MANUFACTURERS'
CIATION.
Conference votes Striks. ;
.      Cardiff,  Wales,  Sept.  19.���By  their'
andac"on tllis evening in voting in favor'
of  the  strike  of  200,000   Welsh  coal
I miners, the delegates to  the  miners'
I.ally's story of the game, writ- conference gave a tremendous Impact I ���o_ the_Editor, Daily
Montreal Star, must have'to the impending English labor war.
ml reading for the sporting The vote for the strike will not be-
rthat   paper-not quite.    It's\���me   ,��Perathe   unless   the   miners
.themselves support the proposal, but
el  Lally will not get another; tllere  is  litlle  doubt   that  they   wil,
��� :��� from the Star, for he does 1 vote overwhelmingly to support their
e tke Kind of stuff thai paper delegates and tha strike will be declared within the next two weeks.
and bis Indians, and you will|
e   who   are   tbe   sports
the pikers.
ASSO-
VPEG ATHLETE  IS
DEAD  AT EDMONTON
��� peg, Sept. i'.'.���Word was   re-
re of tbe death at Edmonton
typhoid  fever  of  Harold   A nder-
. ���.' ol T. A. Anderson, of Winnl-
��� il]   known  oarsman  and    all
te.    Anderson represented
of    Merrick    &    Anders. 1:1.
.  e hardware, tor AJberta, witli
..���.iters at   E lmonton.
ted ut St. John's college. Win-
and    Upper   Canada   college.
i, he rowed at bow in Career's
Winnipeg senior four of  1906,
took the Canadian and national
ern   Massachusetts)    champion-
i year.    For the two following
e waa al   St. Paul and  rowed
champion eight of the Minne-
���it club. Last  year be was cap
the  St.  John's  rugby  football
News:
Sir���The value of the aproaching
visit of the Manufacturers' association to our city shall unquestionally be
in proportion to tbe interest we manifest in that visit. The opportunity to
display our wares is the best the city
has ever had. We claim to have tbe
goods, to bave a city offering the best
facilities for industrial  pursuits, pres-
 ��������� ent  and   prospective,   but   especially
prospective, of anv citv on the Pacific
Boy Scouts Tour in Canada. coast,   and   the   purchasing   power   of
London. Sept. 18.���The Boy Scours, I all   Canada  Is  here  to   examine   our
'���'���''���    '������''      ������    .M.i     ti..,,,   ;.     \isit goods.   If a stranger who inquires for
a certain article in a-store is told to
PANCAKE
FLOUR
Call in and have
a Hot Pancake
made while you
wait.
Served up with
the Pure Maple
Syrup.
(A la "Les Champions
de 1910")
A Delicious Delicacy. A swell
thing for breakfast.
to Canada, speak warmly of their le-
ception there. The Imperial Cadet association proposes to extend in 1911
invitations to teams from all overseas
dominions. It is also Imped to send
a Hritish cadet team around the empire.
EIGHT    PLAYERS    FIGURED
IN   THIS   DOUBLE   PLAY
What is conceded to tie the most
complicated double play in the history of baseball was made in Brooklyn recently between two semi-professional teams, the Manhattans and the
Marquettes. The play involved every
player on the .Marquette team save
the right fielder, and it was so peculiar as to attract widespread attention.
Marquette had runners on first and
third,  with  one  out,  when  the  signal ,
  j was given  for   a  double   steal.      The |
pitcher,    suspecting,    turned    a-  new i
raw   Up   Magr.a   Charta. 'trick.      Instead    of    pitching   to    the |
19.���Major league plate he made a half balk motion and
whipped   the   ball   to   third,   drawing
of or-Ithe runner off first.   The man on third
look around and see if he can find it,
be will turn on his heels and go elsewhere. Let us then by all means
show the goods. This is not a matter
on wliich any citizen should excuse
himself on the plea that there are
others such as the city council an.l
the board of trade whose duty it is to
attend to such affairs.    Every citizen
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and]443
Sapperton      Phone 373
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading
Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City''Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box   137
Contractors and
House Builders
\Ve nave a rull   line   or   tne   Best
Builders  Hard-ware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.    Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
ft
I.
I L.
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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I :
|       A Beautiful Assortment of Rings       ���
��� on view at Gray's |
��� z
J    Diamond Rings from $15.00 to $200.00   ���
J     Pearl Rings from   $2.50 to $15.00   f
���
��     Rings with assorted stones as pearl  and  diamond,  pearl  and  ruby,
* suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
* ���������������������
i     John B. Gray
* WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion .Trust   Block. Columbia   St.
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a
iody will  be brought here fot
nnatl, Sep
layers a:e drawing up a magna
to present to the powers
ed baseball. It is stated that this dived back to the bag, and the base-
ol rights" will be heard by the | man threw to second, stopping the
���-inn at its next ineeting within man approaching, who turned back to
��� weeks. The claim of the play- first and beat the throw,
aay be classed under these five1 As the second-sacUer threw tc first
ng8. ; tlie man on third streaked for home,
A clause in contracts   declaring but was turned back by the flrst base-
It: free agents, after playing in one. man's throw to the catcher.    As  he
:     a limited term of years. ; was being run down by the catcher,
'ii case of dispute between play-' third  basemen   and   left
and   club   owner   over   salary,   a  man  on   flrst   continued
Inl of arbitration is to  pass  upon  paths.    The   left   fielder
!the runner between third and home
on the national and turned to get the man between
'second and thirl. The ball was
six months plavers' contracts to thrown back and forth several times,
ninate at the end of the league the put-out finally going to tlie center
iron, or compensation of twelve fielder, whb had hurried in to join the
fcthB service if club owners  insist play.
���that time for their contracts. i    In all the ball was thrown eighteen
Freedom to play ball or engage times, every man but the right fielder
itheltlo   sports   with   teams   other had assists, and
1 those In organized baseball after credited with put-outs   on
if arbitration
1 .. e,
tepresentation
mission.
fielder,
around
touched
the
the
out
two outfielders were
an infield
NEW JEWELLERY STORE
S. E. EDWARDS
Beys to announce that owing to the
opening is postponed till
delay  in  fitting up  fixtures,  his
MONDAY.   THE   19tk   INST
New and complete stocks will be carried. Everything of the latest
and up-to-date design in jewelry.
Clock and watches repaired.    Eyes tested free.
S. E. EDWARDS
445 Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Rrackman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. **
'f^.^^j^jaffiS':
the Opera House
Ui*.
no matter how humble, can and
should aid. The man who removes
one stump or applies a quart of paint
to his premises helps to build up the
city and if this ls all he can do his
good work has the merit of the widow's mite. In like manner, the man
who raises his hat to welcome the
visitors is aiding the city.
A few years ago this association
visited the coast, but did not cast an
eye on New Westminster. I thought
then this omission was unfortunate
for us anil perhaps unprofitable for
them. The reader may remember how
enthusiastically they were received
along the route. At some town on the
prairie, Mcose Jaw, I think, all the articles there and in the surrounding
district were commandered, so to
speak, and the associations' train was
met six miles out where the members
weie taken charge of and driven
around to see all points of interest.
W'e liave among our citizens men
from all parts of Canada, and those
delegates come from all parts of Canada. If siipce in our local press could
be obtained I would suggest, publishing the names and places of residence of those visitors. On looking
over the list every eastern man here
I would likely see some name familiar
to him and would at once become Interested in seeking his man and thus
possibly securing a valuable friend
for the city. It is not by formal methods alone that a clty can be built up.
Every good word spoken in its Interest has an Influence.
As to the expense of entertaining
such visitors there Bhould be some
system of appealing to citizens for
donations so that nothing would be
left undone to make the most favorable impression.
OBSERVER.
New  Westminster,   September   19,
1910.
Canadian Pacific Railway
Visit The
VICTORIA EXHIBITION
Sept 27th to Od 1st
Tickets on Sale Sept. 24 to Sept. 28
Good to return until Oct. 6.
Rate SINGLE FARE AND ONE
THIRD FOR ROUND TRIP
Canadian Pacific Railway
Live
Stock
Insurance
Live stock insurance is a subject that should interest all slock
raisers, horse breeders, and horse men.
The thMBf ��*fcllve stock insurance is not new, untried or temporary, but one that has stood the test for many years and met with
absolute success.
The British Empire Insurance Company is the only company
the West that insures live stock against death from any cause.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
in
.J*W& PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Tuesday, septe
SSs
12*
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board o�� Trade meets in tUe
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at s p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. Xew members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. c. H.
Stnnrt-W'art. . secretary.
Inotice     REGULATING    VEHICLE I
ITRAFFIC   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 ear track while proceeding iu
either direction.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall, August 12. 1010.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEh-Y
kind of job printing.      Midget loose j
leaf ledgers;  Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone    55.    P. O.    Box 142.      Old j
Dally News Block. Sixth Btreet.
PROBLEM Of MYRIAD
RATES ON RAILWAYS
Billions of Freight Rates-
Unintelligible Schedules-
Work of Commission.
Beginning this mon:;i, the railroads
of the United States will have to pro-
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where it will
be burned by the corporation. .
Any person or persons  who dump] vide the freight shipping public with
garbage  or  rubbish  of  any   kind  on  statistics showing the amount of each
street or avenue or on any|subsequent advance
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone LG15.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-
per G. J. Sykes), 02 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write if unable to visit us.
WHITESIDE &  KDMONDS,  BARKIS
ters    ami    solicitors.   Westminster
Trust Block.  Columbia street.  New :
Westminster.    W. J.  Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE. WHKALLER, McQUARRlE &|
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices. Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie   streets;    Vancouver   of-
flees,   Williams   building.   11   Gvan-i
vllle   street.     F.  C.   Wade.   K.   C; ;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E. i
Martin.
any other   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
lane,   vacant   lot  or   public   property
will   be   prosecuted   under   the   provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall. June 13. 1910.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Those having furnished rooms to
let during the progress of the provincial exhibition, are asked to kindly
leave their names and addresses,
with the number of rooms they have
to let, at the secretary's office, Thomson hlock, where there will be some
person in attendance, up to the date
of the exhibition, to receive this information. Numerous inquiries have
already been received as to the accommodation at the disposal of the
hotels, and private residences.
\V. H. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
P. O. Box 59, New Westminster, B.C.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
the ordinary thing for a railroad toi
cancel today the rate that It applied
lor a week ago. tlie board having in
the meantime shown that a great
many undesirable changes, from the
railroads' point ol" view, were thereby involved.
RICH  COAL   DEPOSITS
MBER
GOOD   MUSIC   COMES
WiTH "TWO MARRIED MEN"
One  of  the
Married  Men"
features  of  "The  Two
 ,^^_      company  at   the Opera
house on Thursday, is  Professor Will
Saxtons' six-piece New York orchestra
introducing  all   the   latest
descriptive  overtures
a treat to all
:ieavy  and
which   will   be
lovers of good music.
Prospectors Report Discovery of Large
Area of Bituminous Coalbeds.
Seward, Sept. 18.���Prospectors returning from Knik Arm, a branch of
Cook inlet, report the discovery of an
immense field of bituminous coal that
promises to be of more value than
even the fabulously rich Matanuska
deposits. Alfred II. Brooks, head of
I lie Alaska mineral resources division
of geological survey, who Is here, is
taking steps to Investigate the new
field thoroughly. Mr. Brooks has just
completed a study of the Matanuska
fields and wlll send an exhaustive report to Washington.
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 12S. Room,
Trapp block.
R. T. PRINCE, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, city. i
STENOGRAPHY    4.    TYPEWRITING
��� FREEMAN     BUNTING,    ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Coumbla street. Telephone 62.
Tenders for  Manhole  Covers.
Tenders are required for about 140
Cast Iron Manhole Covers and Grids.
Plans and further particulars can he
obtained from J. W. B. Blackman, City
Engineer, City Hall.
Tenders to be delivered to the undersigned by five o'clock on Monday,
September 26, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
City Hall, September 16, 1910.
tU
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train Service New
Westminster
j Departures.
Moody, Bar-
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real  Estate  and  Insurance  Agents-
City,   farm   and   surmrban   property,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
Vancou-
TAILORS.
OALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
loring. A new line af Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. 46 Lorne street.
Phone R508.
5:45���To Seattle, Port
nett and Vancouver.
8; 00���To Vancouver.
|    9:15���To Montreal. Nicola,
ver and local points.
15: or,���To St. Paul, Kootenay points
and Sumas.
16:45���To    Vancouver      and    local
points. Agassiz and local points.
10: "5���To Montreal and    Okanagan
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
Vancouver,
Okanagan,
DYERS AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278- The place where the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY   STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACK8 AND
smart turnout Tbe Fashion Stables.
Arrivals.
7:43���From    Montreal,
Port   Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul,
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From     Agassiz,
and local points.
16:15���From Vancouver.
18:46���From     Vancouver
and local points.
20:40���From Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal   and   Nicola
points.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C. B. FOSTER, A. Q. P. A., Van
couver.
of  rates.   Hitherto  a  railroad could  simply  announce
on its schedule that the rate on, say,
pork from Chicago to Boston would be
so much per  hundred.      In  future it
will be required to Inform the public
what the previous rate was.    In other words, the fact that a change is an
increase must be duly published.    Up
to the present the railways have announced new rates almost daily, wi*h
the  public,  little  the   wiser   whether
they were increases or not.   The new
regulation  may not appear very   important,  but since the  railways have
for  many   years  objected   to  such   a
rule,  it  is  to   ho   inferred   that    the
shipper reaps some benefit.    It Is another turn of the screw that the people of the United States, through the
Interstate  commerce  commission, are
driving into the spine of the railways,
and marks one more step on the long
road that  leads to  an  understanding
of the whole question of freight rates.
Billions of Freight  Rates.
That the day will ever come when
the public or any of the representatives of the public will finally master
| the details of freight rates Is a physical  impossibility.    It  is  their  number that defies comprehension.   A few
days ago an official in the employ of
the Interstate Commerce commission
at   Washington   estimated   that   there
were    6,743,000,000    different    freight
j rates  in   the   United   States.    This  is
considered  an   unduly  optimistic  calculation by former President Stickney
i of  the  Chicago  Great   Western   rati-
| road,  who says  that  the   number   of
| rates is 97,000,000,000.    Stickney    has
| been at work for some years in his
spare time trying to  standardize the
rates, and he claims to have reduced
the number to a mere trifle like 300,-
000.    Other experts say his system is
|impossible;   but  even   supposing  the
; number of rates to be thus reducible,
for one man to know them all would
| be equal to the feat of one man who
' knew  every  citizen    of   Toronto   byname, and could  tell  his  proper   address on a moment's notice.
Miles of Shelves.
There  are  five   grades   of   freight,
each  with   a   separate   classification,
recognized by the United States government.    There are about 75.(too stations from which freight may be ship-
red in the United States.   If you multiply five by 75,110(1 you can calculate
the number of rates that may be quoted   from  any   given    station    in   the
United  States.    Multiply  it   again  by
75 000 an 1 a fair  idea is obtained of
the possible rates now existing in the
country to the south of us.   Pear   in
mind, too, that this is the result after  years  of  regulating   wliich   insists
that there shall  be no discrimination
on the part of a railroad against any
individual   shipper  or   point  of   ship-
|n;ent. To find out the number of rates
Vancouver j that previously existed would lie like
figuring out the number of spikes in
the railroads of the United States or
Seattle  the  number  of  lumps   of   coal    con-
! sinned in the course of a year's operation.    In the offices of the   commis-
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON^fe^AYLONtT^^lSll FKUU
Game, Vegetables, etc.  Dean Block,
nest to Batik of Montreal.
FURNITURE
\\. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agues and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET'
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street i behind Burr Slock).
Furnltu-e made and repaired. Mission furniture ln fir and oak.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOOUWOKruNu
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, manteis
and detail work.    Designs and esti
mates  furnished.
.prietor.      Works:
.and car line.     P.
473.
J.   Brookes,   pro-
Corner  Eleventh
O. box 254, Phone
PAPER   HANGING  4.  DECORATING-
4. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, KOOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
bouse painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
banging and decorating. HlxtD
street, New Westminster.
fi CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast^S. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS  FROM  VANCOUVER
to Victoria.
10:00 a.m    Dally
1:00 p.m  Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m  Dally
11:00 p.m Dally except Saturday
11:30 p.m  Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m    Dally
TO  UNION  AND  COMOX.
2:00 p. m   Mondays
800 a. m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO  ALASKA.
11:00 p.m   Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE  RUPERT.
11:00 p.m. Every Thursday and Sat.
TO STEWART (Portland Canal).
11:00 p.m.,    Every Thursday
S. S.  Beaver leaves New Westminster 8 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and
Fridays;  leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
Tuesday,   Thursday   and   Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
ED GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
C.   B.  FOSTER,
A. G. P. A , Vancouver.
MACHINE   WORKS.
3 nt SCHAAKE MACHINE WOKh.a,
Limited. Front street. New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
taw and shingle mill macntnery,
Mill plants and specification! prepared.
I MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia street. New Westminster
FIRE APPLIANCE8.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. THE LAT-
est in flre lighting apparatus.
R.   Harris   &   Co.,   Lavery   block,
���^iColumbta street.    Pbone 656.
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone 18. Newest and most up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine. J. Trachy, Prop.
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone 103. Comfortable accomodation.   Terms moderate.   McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors/
sion at Washington there are miles
of shelves crammed with books containing nothing else but railroad rates
that have existed In the past few
years, that exist at present, or that
the railroads desire to put Into force.
The Grip of the Commission.
No railroad in the United States
can Increase any existing rate by the
fraction of a crnt without flrst notifying the interstate commerce commission. Afer the notification thirty days
must elapse before the new rate
comes into force. In the meantime
any shipper who has any objection to
the rate ca.n appear before the commission or write to lt and state his
case. If that body decides that
the rate is not a fair one, or that it
tends to discriminate against any particular individual, class of individuals
or community, It may refuse permission to the railroad to advance the
rate. The rates that have been govern to a very large extent the rates
that are to be. Hence it is necessary
that the commission should have filed
with it rates that are supposedly obsolete, for there is no knowing when
some particular case may arise which
will make it necessary to hunt up an
old schedule to serve as a precedent.
These miles of shelves contain the
ammunition with which battles are
fought every day of the year between
the railways which desire to make a
little more money out of the shippers,
and the public which desires to get. a
little more service out of the railroads. The commission holds the
scales between them.
Unintelligible Schedules.
As a writer in the St. Louis Globe-
Democrat says, a new rate may look
plain enough, but will he found to
contain exceptions to the rule, references to other rates, provisions that
certain weights and rules shall govern, explanations that It does not apply over certain connecting roads, and
scores of other details that mufl|t be
taken into consl leration ln determining many of the rates ln every-day
use. Nor must It be supposed that It
is only the public or the shipper that
Is In the dark. Quite as often the appellant is a railroad man himself, who
asks the commission to declare what
a certain rate means and how lt is to
be applied. The very official of the
railway who makes the change probably has In mind a single object; but
he does not know, until the board decides, how the change will affect a
dozen or a thousand other rates or
commo lltles.   Consequently it Is quite
Railway Tim,
Table
C E. R. Weitmin,t,r ��
Week Day Sc >nth'
Cars leave Vancouver [0r ���
minster at 5:50,6:50 V*a ^
a.m.. and every hall hour ,?* *'*
until n:30 p.m. r u'r����it���
Cars leave New W_,lml
couver at 5:50, 6:20 g-'o "        I
8:00 a.m., and every'haitV:20aj^
after until  11:C0 9B     h��Urtt*
S'Jnday Schedule
Cars leave Vancouver Ior ��
mincer at 8:00 and <m *^i{
every    half    hour   ,hereaf J" ** I
11:30 p.m. r "Wll
Cars leave New Westn,ln,ter(or%|
ami
couver at 5:0.
hour thereafter until ll pn,
Eburne  Line.
Westminster
Cars   le
eave   New
a.m. und every hour until .7���al '
Cars leave Vancouver at -, m
every hour until lo p m    ^ ������*> I
On  Sundays cars leave w*^
at X a.m. to 10 p.m
On Sundays cars le;
8 a.m. to 10 p m.
D.   J.   Stewart,   Loc;
iye Vanco.M|
... ������   Manager, \ui
Westminster.        '   "*
t  Northern  Railway
New    Westminster
Great
Leaves
,     "m"     """"inster
a. m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p Ml
Leaves    New    Westminster
a. in.:  arrives Seattle 3:15
Leaves    New    West
p. in.:
U-Jfl
p.m,
^^_ minster i-w
arrives  Seattle Mo p ra   *
Leaves    New    Westminster
a. m.; arrivi b Seattle 7:35 - ���������
Leaves  Seattle 8:05 a.m.
New Westminster 2:50
Leaves Seattle 12:25
New Westminster I
Leaves   Seattle   |.
New Westminsti
Leaves Seattle ll
p.m.
-:' p. in.;
-7.' p. m.
35 p.m.;
27 p, m.
15  p. w,:.
arrival
"ivesl
..'i~i
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
arms
G.  N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster dally, ed
cept   Sunday  from  bridge passragej
station   :::.tt  p. m.;   arrives at
Oulchon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves    Port    Gulchon   8 M
daily, except  Sunday; arrives at
Westminster bridge passenger statiol
10:2d a.m.
Appearing as Mac in "A
E.  COIT  ALBERTSON
Stubborn Cin '��� "lla" at the Opera House on Saturday  Night. ;jt!
G.   N.   R.���Sumas  Branch.
Leaves   Sumas  6:00 a.m: an
bridge passenger station, New Wei
minster,    10:20   a. in.   daily  <
Sunday.
Leaves New 'A'esttnlnster bridgi
passenger station 3 ">0 p.m.; arrive!
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sund��j|
I. O. O. F.  AMITY  LODGE X0.
The regular  meetings ol this It
are held  in  Odd  Fellows' Hall.
ner Carnarvon and Hi. hth stn
every  Monda)  evening at 8 o'clo
Visiting  brethren  cordially invitej
to attend.    W. II   West, NG, W,
Coatham. I' ii   recording secrets]
.1.   VV.   Mai Donald, financial s��
tan
Try  a  "Want" ad in The Sen]
will bring results.
Send In Your Guess
TODAY
Are the ooys going to retain the Minto Cup?   Why Sure!    They can't possibly lose It   Y<��i
had a line on the first game, It should prove easy to answer the results of the second.   Son
answer now to the following questions und win
$100 on the Result of the Minto Cup Games
by giving the correct or nearest answers to any or all of the following three questions:
No. 1.   To each person up to the number of 50, sending In the correct or nearest ettlmate
number of goals scored by any Individual player on either team In both games, the name ol t i ^
being given, to each will be presented with a cash receipt having a  value of $100 to be app
payment on any new piano In our store. .   l)ie
No. 2. To each person, up to tho number of 50, sending In the nearest  or  correct  estimate o
value ��[ '
total number of goals scored by both teams In the two games, a cash receipt, having the
when applied on tho purchase of a piano will be given. l8r(,gt
No. 3.    One hundred oath receipts, having a value of $50, will be issued to those giving ">e n"
or correct answer to the total number of gouls scored by the Sal non Bellies ln both games.
All answers must be ln this store by Friday, September 23rd. . n
This competition ls conducted for advertising our high grade giods and Is a bona tide prop
WE ARE SAVING YOU OUR AGENTS COMMISSION.
_.      New  Scale
We handle I'lanos of re .1 merit, of Canadian make.   The Dominion, The Doherty,   ine
Williams and The Nordheimer, also The Auto Piano Player and The  Dominion   Player  Piano-
Fill in this Coupon and mall or bring to the J. H. TODD MUSIC HOUSE,  419   Columbia  Stree .
Westminster, on or before September 23rd, 1910.
NAME   8TREET ��....���� ma.m.a~*. wa.*-. W.��.CITY	
No. 1.   Give the number ol oals scored by any individual player on either team In both ga
No. 2.    What Is the total ntmber of goals scored by both teams ln two games ? 	
No. 3.   How many goals wlll be scored by the Salmon Bellies ln b3th games ? 	
Any or all of the three questions may be answered, but only one award will be allowed to
jTh. Todd's Music House
COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER.
IL !.���**.   ULI' I
lESDAY,
SEPTEMBER 20, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
LAUNDRY WORK
|donebyusgives the ut
,05t satisfaction. Our equip
ent
modern. The Latest
vention in a collar and cuff
achine has been installed.
ean,   Economic,   Prompt.
hite labor only employed
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St.,  Foot ot Sixth.
Cigarette Smoking In Canada.
Ottawa, Sept. IS.���Customs returns
for the last fiscal year show one indi-:
cation of prosperity which wlll not ex-
cite general enthusiasm. The consumption of cigarettes in Canada for
the fiscal year ending March 31 last
totalled 409,711,081, an Increase of a
, little over 100,000,000 cigarettes, as
compared with the preceding year and
representing an outlay of probably
$4,000,000.
UNIVERSITY TO CEMENT      GAYNOR CONSIDERING
BOERS AND CONQUERORS GOVERNORSHIP CALE
Home cf Learning  in  Scuth Africa to
Be  Bui'.t  in  Grounds  Adjoining
Groote  Schuur.
New   York's   Mayor   Writes  that     He
Will Soon  Take  Up Resolution
of Democrats.
I
; in��� in m 11 Tr-*������" ���aa
The
Do you  want to  Increase your
business ?   Then see
SAUN D E R n
I G  N  IJ
Signs of every  description.
Glass signs a  specialty.
708 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
|oyal City Laundry
Fhone 183
[anadian Pacific
Railway
Chilliwack    I
[Agricultural
Exhibition
ckets on Sale Sept. 19 to 21
elusive, good to return up
[o and includes Sept. 24.     Cfjda|% Flr and HemIock
|RE   AND   ONE   THIRD j First Class Air Dried Stock
FOR ROUND TRIP
If you want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your wants, our price
will suit
RoyaS Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid  Up   $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
The Rank has Branches In
Canada extending from .the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island: also in
Porto Kico, Bahamas. New York
and   London,  Kngland.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
e\ery Banking facility.
L
M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
Capetown, Sept. IS. ��� Whatever
shod; it might cause tbe late Cecil
Rhodes if he could see General Botha
occupying Groote Schuur, his splendid
mansion near here, as the premier of
South Africa, it wouid he modified by
the discovery that a gieat South
AfiRan university Is to be built in the
grounds adjoining.
Rhodes was a Hrm believer in edu
Saratoga. X. Y.,   Sept.    18.���Mayor |
Gaynor's flist word as to his attitude
toward  the  movement    to    nominate.
him  for governor was received  bere
today.   In a letter to Prank Gick, secretary of the Saratoga county Demo-1
cratic  convention,  who hail  Informed!
I him of tbe resolution adopted by the
cation, as liis scheme for the Rhodes'convention   indorsing    him    for     the
! scholars
resolution you inclose. I shall havp
to carefully consider tlie matter in
the near future."
When Mayor Gaynor took office, be
said be intended to serve the fu 1
term of four years.
SHIPLAP
ED. GOULET,
Manager.
par. .-tins in all  lines at Fales', the
able furniture dealer. ������
buick delivery of all house furnisb-
tKiught at  Kales'.    Our stock  is
Eplete. the prices the lowest.    **
B. C. Manufacturing Co.
Phone 173    Lulu Island
Contemplating
A Trip
To Europe ?
If so, you will want the very best
that can be offered for your money,
and it docs not matter what class of
cabin is desired.
THE   ROYAL.  LINE ibling games in connection with tlieir
will fill your wants. First, Second and'fakine and  utterly  disgusting exhibi-
proves,   and   he   would   cer-, Democratic,  nomination  for  governor,
tainly   have  approved  tills  means  of ithe mavor replied:
bridging    race    differences    between      ..." ��     ,,     ,���,,������ ������* tv,Q
Boer and Briton.   About  .-,500.000 is       J u'ank >-��u for ,he lettcr and ,he
to be spent from the public treasury J
for the establishment of this Harvard
ol South Africa and as this quarter of;
the globe has    many    millionaires    R
may he reckoned   certain   that   they j
will make liberal benefactions to the j
new teat of learning. ! ,	
A  memorial to King    Edward    wlll
also be woven into the scheme, in ad-i ALL   SIGNS   POINT   TO
dition to the present plan to erect    a! VERY   COLD   WINTER
monument to the late peacemaker in I 	
front of the new parliament bouse of J    Winnipeg,   Sept.    19.���The    Indians
tlie I'nion of South Africa, now being land  the old-timers, neither of  whom,
built in Pietoria. This latter memorial are often wrong In their predictions,
j will have special reference to tne part I say  that the  coming winter will   be j
King   Edward   played   in   ending  tbe j one of the col lest on   record.      They j
jBoer war. | point to the fact tbat the fur-bearing
 ��� animals are growing thicker and long-
After   the   rakers, er coats than  customary;   that musk-
The city police stopped some of the rats arc building their houses larger
fakers last evening from running gam- and higher than ls the custom in mild
winters; that the bears are starting to
make their dens in tbe most protect
For Sale
Six roomed house, all modern,
on  Sixth  avenue.    Price  $2625.
Nice eight roomed cottage on
Nanaimo street.   Pi ice finso.
Two storey seven roomed
house on Mowat street, on full
sized lot. Lovely view of river.
Price $2700 for quick sale.
Right roomed house cn A Han
street, Sapperton, on full siz?d
lot.    Price $lfi50.
Beautiful five roomed bungalow, modern and well finished,
on Sherbrooke street. Pi ice
$11200.
Tlie foregoing are but a few
of the many snap values we
have for sale. Act quickly. Call
and see us.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
Third Cabin accommodation is unex-itions ot* the water front and at other
celled whilst the Dining Service leaves |polns throughout the city. To the
nothing to be desired.
The Next Sailings are
Royal George Sept. 29
Royal Edward   Oct. 13
Royal George    Oct. 27
Royal  Edward    Nov. 10
E .Goulet, agent C. P. R., will book
your passage via these steamers, or
write Wm. Stapleton, general agent,
Scott block, Winnipeg, Man.
A GENUINE
GUS
ed places they can find, and the little
chipmunks and gophers are also pre-
average citizen, even not those wbo I paring for a cold winter. They af-
draw the line closely, it seems a most | firm that these signs never fail and
unwise tiling for tbe few dollars that that people should be ready for a
pass into the city treasury, to license! very cold winter with lots of snow.
men to set   traps   of   various   kinds I .
around  pay day to catch the dollars
and dimes of boys and men   foolish J SUBSIDY   TO   PRESS.
enough to play their sure-thing game. | 	
It  is  time,   so   say   the   people,   to! Australian   House   Will   Make   Grant
change existing city laws, and   refuse for  Cable   Service.
these vultures the privilege of spiead-      Sydney,   Australia,   Sept.   Ifl.���The
ing their nets to catch the unwary.��� Australian   house   of   representatives
Xanamio Herald. I has agreed to grant subsi li^s to the
 j Independent Press    Cable association
PRISON   TERM   FOR   HEIKE.      lot Australia. Urider the new arrange-
���  j ment the commonwealth pays   ��2000
"Man    Higher   Up"    In   Sugar   Trust j for the first year.   ��2000 for the sec-
Frauds  Sentenced. ond   year  and   ��1500   for  tbe   third
New   York,   Sept.   l'.i.���Charles    R.' year.    At  least  6000  words  of   cable
Iieike, former secretary and treasurer | service  are   to  be  transmitted   each
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific   Coast   Fire    Insurance Co.
The    Prudential    Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
ft
NOTICE
1 of the American Sugar Refining com-
i pany. who has heen called the "man
higher up" ln the sugar trust, was
'sentenced  to lay   by   .Judge   Martin  to
serve eight months in the New York
I penitentiary   on    Blacjtwell's   Island.
and  pay  a line of $5000 in tbe case
week from Europe or Africa, and Aus
tralian newspapers are to lie entitled
to become subscribers to tbe service
at rates varying from ��1000 to ��300
per annum. It is to lie a condition
that the association must transmit to
Australia any  information supplied to
The Twentieth Annual
EXHIBITION
of the District of Surrey Agricultural
Association will be held at Surrey
Centre,
Tuesday, Sept. 27
Si ecial car B. C. E. R. v. i 1 leave
Front stieet at 9 a.m., returning same
day.
of conspiracy against the government  its agents in London by the high cumin the underweighing of sugar. missloner of the commonwealth.
NEW    PORTUGUESE   PEERS.
Read   The   Following   Telegram
A. F. GWIN,
Mgr. Amalgamated Development Co.,
518 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Well No, 2 uncapped gushed over one thousand
barrels per hour for one and half hour.
0. L. WILLOUGHBY,
Superintendent.
The Amalgamated Development Co. Has Made Good
King Appoints Sixteen Men Who Are
Supporters of Government.
Lisbon. Sept. 19.���King Emanuel
has appointed sixteen new peers, all
of them supporters of the piesent
ministry. Tbe king has also signed
a decree of amnesty to those who
have given offense to the government
through newspapers.
World's Shipments.
Liverpool, Sept. lit.���(Special.)���
The world's shipments of grain durln.
last week were: Wheat, 14,192000
bushels; corn. 3,760,000 bushels; Russian shipments of wheat amounted to
6,036,000 bushels; Danublan were 832,-
000 bushels.
! J. STEWART,
I President
H. BOSE,
Sec.-Treas.
Threshing Wheat Rapidly.
Brandon, Sept. 19.���Great progress
was made ln the work of threshing
last week and returns are much more
Batlsfaactory than expected previously. The crop Is easy to handle and
there are plenty of threshing outfits.
Tbe only diHlcutly Is lack of harvesters.
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
518 Hastings Street, West
Telephone 4327
Sent J)n Approval
To Responsi blB TeoplS   **
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
B_>e Ink Pencil
Vour Choice of
$
Thus
two
Pasalsr
Articles
ler snlr
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For a Few Days Only
82 feet on First St., between 3rd
and 4th Ave. Best residential site
in city.   $3150, easy terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY~
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The.New Westminster City Specialists
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL ..$6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL    $7.00 per bbl.
TERMINAL $9.46 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $450 per Bbl-
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT STRICT.
New Westminster.
Telephone US.
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Every p��n guaraatevd
full UKt M.iJUuiti���cut
ou right baud way be Sad
ia   r.iber  our   .laadurd
black opaque pattera, or
n.u-breakable Traaapai-1
nn. aa deaired, aither la]
.plain or engraved 6ut��li,|
a. preferred.
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it ru��a.i��ittu>4t_Mr��vf*��*ui*4,
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aali-aly  tatodacama- I* avaij I
uwet irlo r ��� 14 aa* a. a IH a*a_
,.a ��l.i4 tail*.
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toa**** *���*. t**a lot ffnell.
I  O0��e*������ *���* -..ami lri��Bipfc. may I
aa  nnU4   '.a   aaaf   porHlu.   '
I putt* w ifcfl.|>hi4 *������ "Iti
I .Mr   Mt��l�� a* trM tmcK   f
\:.m   l.prlot)   tarn*.   !fMt��
1 pol'*. Potato* v��lualn4 i
cm, bin **a*a taHk.
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ranaaS    Wltt. f��r !������������.   Wn I, I
arm " iMt jo�� tan**."   Sa.****. I
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Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver ot 5:60, 8:20, 6:50, 7:20,
8:0.0.,and every h*)\t hour thereafter until 11 p. m.      i
Cats leaVe Vancouver for Westminster at 6:60, 6:50. 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return Fare: Adults, 60c; children under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. in. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. in.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 9 a. m. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Sunday Excursion Rates: Return fare. 60c; children, 26c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. ni., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 6:20.
CITY   AND SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20-mlnute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday Service���20-mlnute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton Line���20-mlnute service from 6:10 a.m. to H-JIO p.m.
Sunday Service���20-mlnute service from 8;UPi a.q>. Ut Jl:10 p.m.
I B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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X. ~*** r     PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESSAy, SEpTE
I
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Shootine!
If you buy your Ammunition from us, you
will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
60 YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
*Tradc Marks
Designs
.... Copyrights Ac
AtiyoiH! Mnatng a sketch and rtoncrlptton ~nv>
Julckl. a��cert��ln our opinion free wbotlier ��n
fnrentlon la proDaMrjmtentaMe.   Communis.
lent free. O deat ain""'?' for aecurlng paienw.
I'ntJuS taken tbrou. h Mur.u & Co. reeolVS
Sftcialtvitk',, wltb&ut charge, la tho
Scientific flnierjcati.
A hsudaomkJ. UloatraU'd weekly. I������est ctr-
mlatlon of any acieiitlflc Journal. Terras for
Canada, *iT5 a yoar, poi*����e prepaid. Sold b>
all newsdealers.
MUNN&Co.36'0'"*"' New York
Branch OfflceTefc V St- Wasbioatoii. Il C.
Hand Bags
New Stock        Good Values
Latest Styles
The first instalment of the
biggest and best variety of
Hand Bags ever shown in
this city.   From $1.00 up.
Curtis Drug Store
The    Canadian    Western    Lumber ly on the nature of the evidence thai
company  is  starting extensive    addi-. had heen offered. He stated that there
tions to Its plant at Fraser Mills.
See Kales' furniture    stock    before
purchasing elsev.iie.e. Agnes street. *
Tomorrow  night  the    city    council r , (.mi||i   ,���.. ,.,,
Will hold a special mccing tor a full    �� _.       ;md   ,    olhei. f()1. ���,
evidently had been perjury committed by some one and lf It were not so
hard to obtain a conviction in such
cases he would hame some of the witnesses  arrested.    Two  other  charges
discussion of the    .���; n t ; -
walks bylaw.
a ik
side-
police officer and the other for assault
on the same officer, were dismissed.
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long     Distance,
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
7-1;
LYNE';
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
i ring up No. 275:
I
The Central hk' Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
d. Mcelroy
Phone R672.
��23 Hamlfton St., or
Vanatone Heating and Plumbing. Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cess-
pools. Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in the
Deane Block
Four doors east of the Bank of
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City Market
\ on
Columbia St.. No. 441.
>f fT'nster. B. C.
Pot plants and fresli cut flowers at
Tidy's store.   Phone 1R4. **
Mrs. R. J. Fader and Miss Margaret
Turnbull left on Sunday tor Los
Angeles, where they will spend the
winter months.
Purchasers of tickets for Madame
Labadie's entertainment in the opera
house Friday evening, 2Hrd inst., may
reserve their seats at Ryall's drug
store. **
Alderman Bryson returned yesterday morning from California. He
took his regular place in the council
chamber last night.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, plione Davies greenhouse,
R 208. ���*
Three drunks appeared in the police
court yesterday. Two were interdicted and the third allowed to pay $2.50
into the city treasury.
Girls wanted to learn millinery business. Apply at once Mrs. Moore, opposite post office. **
Next Tuesday night is the time appointed for the long looked for reeling between the city council and the
officials of the B. C. B. h.
Davies greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. **
The Roman leaves again this morning for the northern tlslfing grounds.
She has been in port several days
resting after her great catch last
week.
\V. E. Fales carries the best selected stock of household furniture in the
city and prices defy competition. **
���~*
Miss Pearl Patterson, one of the
nurses at the Royal Columbian hospital, is at her home in Chilliwack,
where she is recovering from an attack of typhoid fever.
Irons beds and bedding, the largest
range of designs and prices. W. E.
Fales. **
The local council of women wlll
meet at three o'clock this afternoon
at the residence of Mrs. S. .1. Pearce.
815 Milton street, when arrangements
for the operation of tea rooms at the
fair will be perfected.
The new law affecting the closing
if hours of bais and saloons will go
into effect of September 2i\. During
fair week thirsty Visitors will not be
able to tal;e a ill Ink after the town
clock has i ealed eleven.
A bush fire wliich has been burning
in the west end of the city for several days yesterday came within a
short distance of George. Mead's new
house. The blaze was fought back by .
a nun.ber of volunteer firemen.
Joseph Brannick, of Bast Chilli-']
wack, is Applying for a water r��corJ
of one-tenth of a cubic foot ii he
.a'.ten from John Ford creek oil the
northwest corner of section 30, Jown- '
���i.iip uti; Chilliwack, the water to be
used for domestic purposes on trfe applicant's farm. i j
The forest, fires in the different dis- j
tricts are  reported  to "-be fairly   well ,
under control.   Thero ls no Immediate'
danger from the one at  White Rock
anl most of the others ln Surrey are
nearly burned out.   Tiie light rain   on
Friday night helped a little and since
theu there have been heavy dews and
fogs which have" helped materially In
checking the flames.    Small fires are
reported   from     Harrison     river    and
Suicide creek, but particulars as    to
their extent and origin are  lacking.
Thc junior Templars of Tcnpciancc
met In the old I. 0. Q, P. hall yesterday evening and elected officers M
follows: Select councillor, Mildred
Owen; vice-councillor, Amy Mnnn;
chaplain. Nesta Owen; herald, Sanford Mercer; deputy herald. Klin
Melein; secretary, l.lly Johnson;
guard, Winslow Crouse. Miss Beared
Johnson Is acting secretary during the
absence! on an eastern trip of Mrs.
N. It. Brown. The officers will be in-
sialic I next week, when a lin,e pio-
grain will be presented.
Edward Gomly, tlio man accused of
taking part In an affray on the miir
ket square about a week ago. was
found guilty in the .police court yesterday morning and lined ?.r>0 and
costs. Magistrate Kdmonds, in summing; up the case, commented uttong-
The   Fall    Fairs.    "
Tlie dates of the fall fairs through
the upper country and coast have
been announced as follows:
Kelowna, September 20 and 21.
Kamloops, September 28, 2'J and
30.
Armstrong, September 22 and 23.
Salmon Arm, September 23 and 24.
sive.
N'ew Westminster, October 4 to S
inclusive.
Victoria, September 27 to October 1.
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.    C.
Tenders   for   Sewer   Construction.
The corporation  is desirous   of receiving   tenders   for  the   laying   and j
construction  of about ten   (10)   miles!
of sewers on the Eighth street sewer-1
age system in the city of New West-!
minster.      Further    particulars     and
plans can  be obtained from J. W. B.
Blackman, city engineer.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to five o'clock p. m. of
the  2(ith  inst.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W.  A.   DUNCAN.
City   Clerk.
City hall,  September 10, 1910.
The Public
Supply S J ores
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good Judge of a certain
article call forlt aqd give us
your opinion. It Is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
ft
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect, confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
J
*********************i
ji Some Special Snaps jj
���**   THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY-
6 lots on Second street.   Excellent view.   Btreets on three sides  < i
of this property.    $350 each.  Terms.
10  lots extending from First to  Second street.    This property
< *   Is especially well situated.    Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.  !!
*   Price |350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE. *
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
WOMEN'S   TAILORED
COSTUMES
Quality and style features are the most prominenl noticeable ii
the new suits now on display In the suit section. We have withoul
doubt gathered together a perfect showing of suits that are moderately priced. As to separate coats you will find a range such as has
never before been equalled in New Westminster. Our flne new light
show room allows us to now display to advantage all our ready to
wear garments. Visit this department. Just now tlie inteiest centres
around the suits and coats.
New Diagonal Suitings
These new suitslngs command a great deal of attention. They
are materials decidedly new and attractive in appearance. Weight
is perfectly adapted tor costume use, colors are those at the top of
the fashion list. Ask to see these particular fabrics. Suit lengths,
from    $8.00 to  $14.00
Dark Navy Serge Suits
$35.00 Each
Fine French serge, thoroughly shrunken, made up with coat in
plain tailored style, lined with taffeta. Skirt with moderate hobble
effect, trimmed with band of cloth In sati.e color.
Grey Diagonal Tweed Suit
$39.50 Each
One of tbe most handsome styles shown this season. Coat Is made
in smart double breasted style, with sets Of ivory buttons to match
and lined with satin.    Skirt cut narrow  with hand trimming.
A WORD ABOUT
THE NEW COATS
All the new fabrics are represented in the many models now
shown. Fancy tweeds, diagonals, basket weaves and broadcloths are
the most prominent.
Grey Herringbone Tweed Coats
Full and seven-eighth length semi-fitting hacks, tailored collars
trimmed with inch wide border of tan or green cloth, lar. e fancy cur-
tons add much to the appearance.   Bach  $13.50, $15.00 and $18.00
Dark Grey Diagonal Tweed Coats
$23.50 Each
Full length coats With velvet collars and rovers hound with silk
braid, lined to the waist, trimmed with large fancy Ivory buttoi s,
Fancy Knotted Tweed Coats
$14.50 Each
The  new  effect   In   tweed   is well     represented    In     these    ci
made with loose back with belt, buttons,  patch  pockets;   very  Bma
styles.
cR --. iJ
Prominent
Styles
Of
Hats
In
The
Millinery
Department
The many ,.;,,. ,.
satin blush, and beavei i.i-.
Justifies our preparation! to
supply such demand as _
now experience. Fashion lo.
dlcatlons ut' a year ago were
carefully studied out witt
the result that we made
ready for this fall's busine;;
with a large stock of advance si \ les. It Is these advance styles that now cob.
mand the attention of those
who desire the newest hats,
We aie showing many
shapes (Including turbas,
mushroom ami high crown,
Dolly Vat den wltt droop
brims) In satin |lash, beat'
ers. feathi and fur bats,
All shaih s in amethyst,
plum, raisin *,Ine, cardinal,
wisteria, rose cadei
navy, Copenhagen and lu.*
and   white.
Anothei    ; upular
known as the   Bofe crowc,
felt e	
Canadian i     ���      All colon
and blai h    . ��� ���  Ite *M'��
��� our oi tie-  ��� .
fall bat.    We can gl
now our best atten I n,
I W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
I
LAND   ACT.
New Westminster Land District.    District of  New  Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post, planted
about one mile northeast from th*
head or Hillings bay, and about lu
chains- easterly from the southeast
come" Ol Umber lot number 87341;
thence north 40 chains, thence cast
���if) chains, tlience south 40 chains
thence   west   40   chains   to   point     of
commencement, containing  ICO acres
more or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND  ItAGUS.
Dated August. 20, HMO,
Mme. H. LABADIE
Will  Present
"THE   DOLL'S   HOUSE,"
By Ibsen.
Opera  House,  Sept. 23, 8:15 p.m.
Tickets  $1.60  ancl  $1.00,  nt  Ryall's
Drug Store.
A Good Bargain
Eleven Acres, more or less, Coquitlam
$300 Per Acre
Frontage on two roads.    Cash 51200,
balance at  7  per cent.   Apply to:-
A. G., P.O. Box 29, City.
NO AGENTS NEED APPLY
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The Westminster Modern
Business School
has great demand for thoroughly com.
petent stenographers. You had better go to tbe Modern as you nre certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session.
A. L. BQUCK,
��10 Celwmbta 81       , Principal.
If you want something Choice for Sundays
Dinner^ ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast o
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get ft.��
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE. IN THE NEW5
IT WILL BRING
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