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port Ma
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Mal_e $5" Per Wftmtk^. .
WHITE>SHILIS & ��**- I
NEW  ^ytSTMINSTEff?'-     T
"
-������
$ DETAILS Of    \m bishop is to be
[YHIRlW     ENTHRONED ON SUNDAY
City Directors Plan to Make
!910 Fair Bigger and Better Than Ever.
That the provincial exhibition to In
,,"i',..<��� next month will be the best
. r held   In   this   province  becomes
^e evident every  day  as the date
.".'[be fair draW8 neaier-    Al a rneel-
f  ,lr   city   directors   last   nl. lit
JJre was great enthusiasm and there
j, n0 doubt   that   the   fair   this   year
ill far exceed  last year's event.
The   main   topic   under   discussion
���., nigbl   was the A'.. (1.  Barnes' dr-
wliich   will   provide   most of th ���
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C.,  SATURDAY  MORNING. SEPTEMBER  10, IM".
OLD^GGLIATH IS
BONG BROKEN UP
��1UCK  K1VK  CKN"   ."'
~rr
-
TWELVE YEARS AGO
CIT! LAY IN RUINS
Servi
at   Holy     Trinity     Cathedral
Will Be Conducted by the Rector
���Choir  Will   Be  Vested.
No Trace is Left of Conflagration That Wiped Out
Business District.
TIMES ARE PUZZLtfl
to mm a leadek
Ti.e Right Reverend A, I', do Pen
cier. M.A., I.md Bishop of New West- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
minster, will he enthroned In his: ��� , _ _ . ., ... , ��� .���.
cathedral of the Holy Trinity in this; To'i!'>' ,he <*& of New Westm.nstei
city tomorrow morning at eleven |celebrates the twelfth anniversary of
o'clock, the regula rservice being ad
vanced one hour.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Tlie   service   will   he   conducted   by
the rector, Kev. G. C. d'Easum, who
by  virtue of  his office,  will enthrone
the bishop.
The choir of men and boys, wbicli
Its second birth. On September IU
1898, the most disastrous fire In the
history of Hritish Columbia swept the
then city of New Westminster f,o:u
the map .involving a loss of over
three    million    dollars.    There     was
After Long Service Pulling
Snags, Boat is Now in
Hands of Wreckers.
Another landmark or watermaik of
the city of New Westminster Is passing out of existence as quickly as half
a dozen workmen can make lt. The
Go'.i.ith Is being demolished. The
goo.1 dirty old snagboat, the property
w Gilley Brothers, and the late    resi-
Rufus Pope.  R.  B.  Bennett and  S. M.
McCarthy   Mentioned  as  Standard
Bearers in Alberta.
GOLDEN
/j
LARGELY Al1 MB
WZ attractions   at   the   exhibition
There was lengthy discussions as   to
',    ,,., company did have and what
he choir of men and boys, wnic, block ,eft atand.
will be vested for the flrst time will, ��             c   p        BtatJon    t0
go  ,n  processor,  through  the rallied- ^ sl|.eet ^ ,___, ^ waterfront
ra    after  which  the  special  service the flan,e3 hdd tlie
will take place,   fol owed   by choral | ^    Chl]r,1;eS| slores,   BohoolS
eucharls.    The rector  will  be     he ���                   ,     hall and  all  went
celebrant. Tlie bishop will deliver the
down   before   an   irrestlble     wall     ol
flame, which startjng at the Brakman-
Ker warehouse was fanned by a high
! sermon.
The ladles of the choir will be vest
tmZ haT^dThatT wa^goi^g led In purple caps and gowns i;Tnd"into"a"t7eme"ndOM conflagration.
". i not  going to do, but as no      1 he bishop w11 accept his charge In ; ���,���.���;      cinde,.s we,e car.
U: '.',:,  Knew anything abou, It, the these words:    "1 Ada,,, I rias,��e Pen- ;iml ,he resldeilts of
QOelll*-11   -*"^ ' j  __   If.ior    I ,nrH   Mislinn nl   New  \\ hs, mllltiM' . ...   __   /-. ....   ..,.��.
(1.      | n did   not   lead
to
I    IL,    IIIC      ���	
any de-'c''er' Lord Bishop of N'ew Westminter,
finite conclusion
Will the elephants perform on the serve
platform the Scottish dancers wiil
. lmve to use ?" was the question that
I occupied much valuable time.
A platform  that  an  elephant can
perform on   will  stand   a  Scotchman
dancing," sail  Rev. J.  S.  Henderson
and the matter dropped at that.
Scottish   Sports.
Rev. A    E.  Vert  reported that    the
Scottish  Bporta committee had  made
excellent   progress.    The  program  for
the spin,s will be printed next  week
and will    contain    some    Interesting
Hems.   There will be a ladies' dancing
and piping competitions and the entries  for   fhe   juvenile   dancing   competition ate expected to he many.
An Interesting feature of the meeting was  Ihe  way    She,iff  Armstrong i
tan 1.'il boquets to some of the local
I  . ���  [orce, he said that the grounds
must be better policed than they had
been.   The policemen on the grounds
lasl   ��� ii  uer^ wooden men; they di 1
HOI kl     ���  what to do unless they were
to. and then unless they    were    In-
.meted by their chief they refused to
ln��.    On    th      Bide    several
<��� ��� i era ol tl e I oard made a
mplin entary  remai ks ab ul
Ue i oil e force.
1  ���   ���   waa a  proposition  made thai
j'ic board of control  provide Us o\\"U
police loici' and not  call on the city
lit any   protection  at   all.  but  there
sen  ol tlons    raise 1    t> thla and
H&nager Keary, with Sheriff Armstrong, were appointed a committee
to wall <>,i the police committee of
the citj councl] to see what arrangements could be made for policing the
ground! lt was suggested that It
tu oei cssary  to  have  one  or    two
lo solemnly promise that I will ob-
.._.._, and cause others to observe,
the laws, rules and ordinances of this
cathedral of the Holy Trinity, N'ew
Westminster. I will also well and
faithfully keep, defend and preserve
the rights, privileges and liberties of
this church, and I will study to promote what may lawfully be done for
,he advantage and honor of this
dbcese and its cathedral. So help me
God.   Amen.
tie! three miles and the residents of
the city as far north as Queens avenue vacated their houses and moved
their goods away. Kvery available
cart and horse in the district weie
requisitioned to bear household chattels away from the tlueatened parts
of the city.
In the morning the flre had practically burned itself out and the work
of lescue was started. Victuals and
bedding were s">nt ln from all parts of
the province.    Those residents whose
  I homes    remained    standing    i ecelved
j tliose without and for a time half the
START A FOREST fire 'houses of New Westminster sheltered
TO  HIDE THEIR TRAIL  three or four families.
  Tents were erected In Queens Jiark
The Dalles. Or.. Sept. !��.���A repoit and  blankets and  bedding wee sent
received   from   Lylt,   Wash.,   tells   of  there, but so thoroughly had the    in-
the escape from the state road-makirg  habitants   opened   tlieir   hearts     and
camp near there of two convicts, who  houses to the afflicted ones that    the ,
fled to the hills and Btarted a forest   emergency camp at the park was useJ j
flre  to  prevent   the  guards  following 1 but little.
them with dogs. The flames a el A relief fund was started all over
spreading in several directions, and Canada and New Westminster was
Should the wind rise, hundreds of aided by thousands of dollars velar.-
acres of timber and many homes eads tartly subscribed by sympathisers, la
wlll be destroyed.   Tlie convicts were' addition the   government    gave   the
flence of Captain Hob Julian, is being
ripped up, torn down, having her
boilers removed and when all that la
done she will be blown up or scuttled
or otherwise got ill of for she was
becoming such an eyesore that her
presence was an offence ,.> Columbia
street.
It is many, many yens since the
Goliath, or the Samson, as she was
then called, slipped proudly off the
l"ways in Victoria to enter on a life
of usefulness pulling snags from the
shallow and dangerous parts of the
Fraser river.
For almost twenty years she did
Iter duty well and many are the
places on the Fraser all the better for
her attention, but like the Samson of
old she fell into disrepair and was replaced by a greater and stronger
Bnagboat, Samson the Second.
She was sold to Gilley Brothers for
the sum of $500, and after her new
owners had spent ahout $10uu ln repairs to the boiler she was once more
I started on a care r of usefulness, tow-
| ing scows of rock from Pitt lake   ta
ithe city.
I However, that job only lasted for
about two months, as the Pitt river
drawbridge, when it was rebuilt about
six years ago, did not allow enough
clearance for the old boat. This was
a  sad blow  to  Gilley  Brothers,    but
shoved
Calgary, Sept. ft.���Conservative?
here are now wondering what is going
to be done regarding tlie election ol
a party leader for Alberta
time ago a caucus was held in this
city at which several names were l ut
forward, among them Kufus Pope, U.
B. Bennett. K.C, and M. S. McCarthy.
M.  P.
At that time It was stated that Mr
McCarthy  would  not  take    over  the
provincial leadership; that R. B. Ben
nett  was  not  suitable owing to    tlie
way he had allied  himself with    the
Insurgent   Liberals  and  promises    he
had made to them to keep Conserva-]
tive candidates out  o? their ridings if i
they decided to resign and run again. |
This left Rufus Pope the favorite, but :
there  were  many     against   Mr.   Pope,'
with   the  result   that   thla  convention i
was called off and  It  was decided to
hold  a  big  provincial  caucus  at  Ed- |
monton   during   fair   week,   there    to
elect  a  leader  that  would  be accept \
able to all the Conservatives In    the
provlnle,
Fair week  In Edmonton    Is nearly
over and although  arrangements had '���
been completed for the holding of the '
convention lt dl 1 not materialize, for
Mr, and Mrs. Locki* 3 rown
Celebrate Fiftieth Anniversary of Their Wedding
the  simple  reason  that   the    faithful
un  u, |    On    Wednesday,    at    their    home.
Borne Spladleatone, on the Yale road. Mr.
'and   Mrs.  .lames   Lockle-llrnwn    c.e.e-
brated the  fiftieth  anniversary  of uie
plighting of their troth, having hee.u
mai lie l  on   August  81,  lStil),  al    tha
Pn shy te: lan church, Btal,   Northumberland,   linghunl,    by  Kev.    Thomas
Robinson,    assisted    by    Uev.    .lames
Lockle-Bi own, cousin of   tho   groom.
The celebration of tne go'.den wedding
was delayed  tor a tew  days in U\u
| hoi e  tnat   l)r. Sarah  l.oc.kl "Hrown, a
daughter, would  be able to come    up
fiom   Mendosino, California,    for    tbe
occasion,  but  tills  proved  Impossible.
Mr.    and    Mrs.    Lookle-Brown    are
now    nearly    ninety    years    of    age.
I there   being  a  difference of  a  montli
between  their    ages.    The    husband
was born on March 22, 1831. and   Hie
Wife on February 21, of the same year,
both   seeing  Hie  light ot day  in    the
north of Northumberland. Until about,
twenty   years    ago    tbey    farme.l    at
Spindles,or.e,    near    Hambro    CaBtie,
near the old  home.    They  came    t;>
this district In lS'.lO, taking up a farm
on the Yale road and uamlng it aftev
thelr old place In Kngland.
children   were   born   to    the
  Three 	
could "not" be gathered together. I couple, Miss Lockie mown, who llvts
Mr. Bennett apparently did not Iwith ller P<"enU; Dr .Sarah Lockie-
bother about going near Edmonton, I Brown, of Mendosino, Gal., and ****m_a
but Kufus Pope passed through here,Lockle-Brown, of thla city. There are
apparently on his wav    north.      Mr,  als0 tw"   grandchildren,   Violet   and
McCarthy was also noticed around glkabeth, daughters of Qeorga Loekta-
the cltv rather too frequently for   a j ",invn-
leader  who was supposed  to be    at I    A    Peasant    time    was    spent    at.
tending a convention at Edmonton; Spindlestone at the celebration of tins
|and the whole result is that the sec-' R��u,en wedding, a large number of
I ond caucus, the big convention    that beautiful presents    being    given    the
was to do the trick and elect  a suit-   aSed hos,s-    '- ''-'-, ��-������ th-�����. lu-
able leader far the province, has also,
been called off Indefinitely.
lt is stilted that even the convent! ���
trusties.
I City   special  privileges  in   pa;, in;;
PORTFOLIO FOR ROSS
IS POLITICAL
i_i_i_i_B^______________________^^��-   t!le
Interests on its debenture
For a time lire was hard    in    the
Royal City.   The merchants had diVi-
[culty  in  meeting their    Lills;    times
were hard;  new buildings were slo*
hoping  for  better  times they
her up on the bank of the river at the
foot of McNeeley stieet, thinking that
some dav the biidge would be widen-]     "��� "���  ^^_
e.l and the old boat could be put into |hil11 llad ''een arrange! for, but
eoTit ission again "��� w:is found absolutely impossible to
But they did not    reckon    on thcUet the oU Fard father ������"���' ������}}t
The tisiim an 1 i w,ls abandoned, and the party is still
'without a laader In the province, un-
i less it is lt. B,  Bennett, whoi woul
weie    nam,     "v  .       'ul    lie.   n " .'.'    >���������-    -
in  being  erectel   and    much  of    l��vjvessel was brolten
business of the city was transacted i*?\ Tm,,   fia(si,e:l  her.    Since then,  fo
powers of the Prase,
falling tide ate away part of the bank
underneath the snagboat a, I one flne '"^ "  '��  " ���-
morning the stern finding that It had hold the position by virtue of hla B, it
;no support underneath it. sank -ever- in th�� provincial legislature,
al feet away       ^^^^^^^^^
and t'.-.e backbone of tha
Member for Fernie    Riding    Said
Have Been Offered Cabinet Posi
tion by Premier McBride.
i tents.
But    soon    the   Indomitable    spi, It
to of i erseverance which had characterized the actions of the citizens from
the  outset  mai'e   itse'.f  felt  and  the
new  city  began to rise quickly.    De
ispair gave pi    o to optimism an.l ai-
though   some  wcro  hit  so  hard  that
| they  left the  < ity,  tlie    majority    of
| those living he e connected  with any
mounted men on the grounds and that Lent to lay In  poilti
Victoria   Scut  9���The report is our- those living bo e connected wuu m*,
, !i v   in   oolltlcal   Circles,     and   husiness  established  at  the time    of
will probably be arranged.
J.   G.  Brymner.    chairman
������,  ^sff^-sasbs?^^?���
UUOiiuh   ��   I   ,        . Inm. 1 ,.i,���u   ���f   f'anuria.
the grounds would be in good shape
b; ���. e tl ue of tha exhibition.
Decoration  Schemes.
The decoration  committee, through
C, M. P. P., of Epernit, who has long
been regarded as the likely choice ofl
-'"�����     TV,,..
ole of Caaada.
The decoration  conuuiiiw., ->������ , uot-u  m6-  --      - -,Hon i);.
Alderman A. W. Cray, chairman,   an- lhe government for the posil on m
Bounced that a P.i/e woulnd be; offer- ,,B the past ^Vi,,^ wHh Te
ed for the east decorated window in]ln    the   city   conferring   witn um
I,'.. SurtS the Exhibition. The primier, and last �����������.*��
Zmtlttee asked for au approptlaUon hom<, u is believed Uud.he will -
of $250 ts buy flags and bunting    to[tul.n shortly and  be BWora_�� -
several years, Bhe has been lying
Where she was put every day growing dirtier and more dilapidated,
gradually losing her od distinction aa
being the be��t and only snap; boat on
the liver and attaining fiesh fame
as the residence of Captain Julian,
who like the maBter mariner he was,
stuck to tils ship till the last.
In a few days she will be.gone aud
tbe history of New Westminster wlll
lack one more link which binds it
to the past.
NONAGENARIAN  MEETS
WITH   DANGEROUS  ACCIDENT
Victoria, Sept. ��.���Struck In ths
groin by a pasMlug freight dray whll
 -'--    ~..mml    Irar
carrv cut its sche.i o of decoiatlos.
The appropriation was passed by the
board.
Horse  Jumping  Features
Nothing can be ascertained today
as to the Intentions of the premier ln
j respect to the particular i��ortfollo lt
lis proposed to give Mr. Hoss
BRANDON SEEKS TO
ATTRAIT INDUSTRY
^^^_^^^_  Since
D-   s   B   HucYm'n' Addressed  the ' tho""d~enth of Capialn Tatlow, Hon .\V.
I.,',    ; on t^iuiXi'in.y of bavin,   * m���M,. **g^JZ%��l
Bom,   prizes for jumping horses and ��� attorney-general, has been ����
also spoke ab.nit the Judging of   the ,���r finance ��vd ��Un8 minUter or w
horses    Chairman Trapp agieed with cultUre as wed.   1he oi.uo   i
hl the ho.se question was one in Bome quarters Uurt Mr.,BM* �� ��
ol    ,  mosl Important features of the jolnB the cabmet  will ^;e M
lair and It was finally decided to��|gJjUo -JjgJ^ff^ftSS    of
linance and agriculture.
Wheat City Will  Make Strong Bid to
Secure   Manufacturing   Establishments.
_���- Included among these in
vited to the function were;    Mr., Mrt>.
and   Miss   Annandale,   Mr.   and   Mis.
llm n ' Bose, Mr. and  Mrs.    George    l.oeki -
When   Brown,   Mr.  and     Mrs.    Brooks.     Dr.
Sarah  Lockle-Brown, Messrs. n. ami
U. Brooke, Mr. and Mis. Cooksley, Mr.
and   Mis.    Cameron,    Mr.    and   Mrs.
Crole, Mr. and Mrs .Drinkwater, Mr.
and Mis. Flaher, Mr. and Mrs. Frost,
Mr..  Mrs, and   Miss  Davla,  Mr. aivl
Mis.   Ingles,   Mr.   Johnston,   Mr,   Mis.
and  Miss  A.  Kirby.  Mrs.,  Mlsi-ie; anl
Mr. Lefroy, Mr .and Mis. Martin, Mr.
j Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Mackenzie, Mr. B, Burton Macke.u.le, Mr. and
Mrs.  Mil'er,   Mr.  and   Mrs.   Ma,li<wr,i.
MtSB  Mlday,  Mr  .anl  Mrs.  l.yte.  Mr.
Langford,  Mr. and    Mrs.  Macpl.ei. on.
  Mr. and Mrs. Molyneux, Mr., Mrs. and
  iMlsa  Hill, Mr. and  Mrs. ( laude  Hlil.
iMr,  and   Mrs.  Gilbert,  Mr.  and    Mis.
P. Says Dominion's Future   Bell,  Mr.  and  Mrs.  ISauniKartuor, Mr.
'and Mis. Lamb, Mr., Mrs. and Mis;
Pails, Mess;a. K. W. and J. PrlnRle.
Mr. and Mis. MoNair ,Mr. and Mrs.
Mai tin, Captain anl Mtr. Robal tson,
Mr. and M,s. A. Klchardson Mr. an:l
Mrs. liobettsm. Mr. und Mrs. tcd-
mond, Mr. and Mrs. A. Smith, Dr. an.l
Mrs. Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. George
Wolfenden, Mr. and M,s. .1. I) .Taylor,
Mr. aud Mrs. Wood, Kev. and Mrs.
Owen, Mr. WaleS, Mr. and Mrs. Young;.
Miss PynS, Mr.. Mr.., Miss an 1 Dick
Whiteside.  Mr. and Mrs. Sprott. MIr��
WARNS CANADA TO HA\E
CARE IN TOWN PLANNING
British  M
May   Be  Endangered  by  Entrance
of Unfit from England.
Toronto. Sept. B.���Ileary Vivian,
M. P., of Uli Wellhead. England, who
addroiised tlie Cnlou of Canadian Municipalities recently on "Town
Plauulag aud Housing," said he had
come to Canada at the luutivst of
Karl  Grey,   who  believed  the   experl-
I Ightlag  trom a Douglas Street tram -^ ^J^,. l(,iUili In these matte.;*   *cl,ou.   MUs   Shot en
BUgnu"��  '   . lamou  ""   ,., ���.. ���_ur���i i��� Canadian mu    .vlltahlre.  Mr. and M
Mr.  and     Mrs.
w"o"lrid"*e very Ubeful to Canadian u.u |^lltBlllle.  Mr. and Mrs. Wolfenden.
Brandon, Man., Sept. 9.-The total
coemption  from  taxation and  the       -
  H.jL   I   water   I   aclual   cos,   ,.,<)
Dr. Buchanan  arrange a schedule of \-m retaining    the    poruuuu    -. .^ ^ lnducements the city coun-
Ih.       IRa be though,    necessary   n  finance and agriculture ^ wlll
ft        "Cion and aubmil the Bame to     For  the  Uisl   two  f**���       ,,.,,, order tu - �� -- tt: - -f     the es
car Thursday morulug last, James
Hour, ei, ninety years of age. bow lied
et his home ln Clark stieet, Spi lng
Itldge lu a cililc.al condition. Por a
man of his years, Mr. liourget has
stood the accident wonderfully, but
the possibility of his recovering at thel"*}
present writing Is meagre, I* .
The accident occurred about ten
o'clock anl Mr. Bourget not noticing
the approaching truck was jammed
between the car and the large wheel t
of the truck. Tbe aged gentleman fell
to the ground and Detective Ilea,her
and others hurried him off to the po-
! lice station, where Dr. Fiaser attended 1 lm.    tie was then removed to his
be prepared to^"^mmend In | h��^ JoSSS/'lSlVM  havo   tried !^""f ?****��* ���'~*f-~��> 'wfllajfle��
".-  1,. n ��� , nii.'iilons.    The .esuli
WUU1U  m>m    . m. j
Inlclpalltles, befoie they had gionu so
liaise as to make any leadjustieeut of
I luiii��,lug as I bai.ding lo suit the de-
| niands of heall.i and beauty a vei>
ioxieusiie    and   Inconvenient   enter-
I prise.
'��� His Bpeeoh was all directed to
showing tue unwisdom of allowing
towns, cities, and suburbs of cities to
grow without regulation, In a manner
very  detii.i.ental  to thJ   health   and
LOST  IN   MOUNTAINS,
SAYS  NOTE   IN   FLASK
Wenatchee,  . ept H.���Float ing dowr>
the Wenatchee river   in nn   empty
Whisky bottle the following note whk.
foun 1 today near Monitor by .1. W.
Richardson:
"To whom If. may concern: 1 am
lost In the mountains and do not know
where 1 am. but must he near some,
public work, for I can hear blasting,
but, having been out. five days, I   am
'       Have-
outrun the supply in all the buildings.     William ^erick Ross,
ewspape's   had   applied   lo   is a son of 1 on*d Ro,.   ..       ^^
���pa     I   one of the buildings, but   it  M(lckenzle, both Sco <a pewyan,
wa,   noi   avaUable.    Elghl   churches ln Mttrch 29. 1869. a  tor up     ,   ,
had applied tor tent   Bpace   on   the, Athaba8ka.    Hla ramer,
Srou
order to competa on an equal l^lin^iiLU^^,''^ old j, >������;.��� ���,.-, ,
to go to the bos) I'll. It is likely.
however, thai such will Pave to be
done If his condition di.cs not lm-
pio,e. Ml. Bourget la a shin, ler bj
trade.
well-being of the  Inhabitants, either
piesent or  prospect Ive.
Mr.  Vivian In  1901   wes on a Select
committee ol the house appointed <", .���'o weairto reach anv place,
inquiro  into mis question,  with  ibe jlisl vv.u.]]vk- ,,,is Btream,
���   -    an act ot parliament i -,,   NV   sroTT, McMlnnvl.le. Or."
K. ;.:���:.  the condlUons.   The lesull |    Tll(, no|p ,��� dfitgd September B. The
I was that In L909 a housing and pmn,|bottle W11R 1)ml,.lbiv c;,Ht  ������ ,     ������...
nlng act was passed. stream in the mountains tvi'mlaiv to
'     ln   Liverpool   tney   divided   the  city   thl,  Wenalehee
Into three grades.   (A),  UH  and  (C),'
llm can, a number ot letters we:e sub
i. ,, mltted    from    huge    manufacturing
had !houses in various parts of Hie United
of Bufflolenl Import to warrant girl thought "Teddy"
��� ^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^***********r^^^
uio   win   f,....^
dealing consecutively with the dla
tries of tha fairly well-to'Jo, or thosa
earning a medium subsist! uce, and of
those who live in one :>nd twe  ��������������-'
no. i. ed
Texas Is After Negroes.
Austin, Tex.. ?ept. 9,���The lowsr
hOUSS of 'be Texas legislature today
by ii vole of 51 to 34, Instructed eena-
tors and congressmen to work for the
repeal of the fourteenth amendment
to the federal constitution, confer, ina:.
the franchise on negroes.
I!
Trapp. Rev.   J. 8. Henderson,
T. J. Armstrong, Alderman J.
i e
*        i      l,    .1.    .Al UlHll ""-..    .a.'* J" |  ��������� "
Jardine J. G. Brymner, J. H- Vidal, t().,v��� of Fernie
Mderttian A.  VV. Gray. W.  R. Gilley,
A- liilman,  I. J. Johnston, Rev, A
'':    Vert, P. T. Howler,    Dr.    S.    B.
Buchanan, L. Williams and Becr��tary
V. H
Kearv.
Accident with Axe.
No th Vancouver, B^t. fl.���WMla
rl'",i'i lng a log In oonne-H1" with
*ll:i''' bind clearing operations a day
w ��r' ago I). Holilsworth. a young
man or this city, let his axe flip 'n_
and   1909. | What mai  miu;	
���fer In the way of   Inducements   to
these  people  ln   the  event   of   tholr
^^^^^^^^^^^^_____^_ i coming to Brandon.
Boy Was Injured. Commissioner    Hall    and    Messrs.
Nortl,  Vancouver, Sept. fl.���The IP- Willmott   and    Mackenzie    addiessed I
tie  S',n  of   Rerm.  Kcfl.  H.  C.   E.  R.  the council  at s-ome length.    TP.e tn-
electrician,  slipped  off a    log    while  formation   they   sought   waa   the   ex-
playlng near his Inme In Moody vllle tent to which tbe city could go In the
���     -j ~��,o hin hand a nasty , matter of free or cheap sites, e\emn-
'rom taxation .water, price of
transTer facilities, etc., everything tbat a manufacturthg concern
would wish to know when weighing
Hranlon In the balance with competitive points.
Actlag Mayor Clarke made apprecl-
  of  don,   tho   medical   officer   of   health
the colonel. , j went   Into   this   question   thoroughly.
Her    manner    was ^so    Ingenuous,   He found ,be death rate lu one-ioon
however, that he de-Pled that she was  homes to be foity per thousand of the
Innocent of Intentional disrespect. Ki i-  population,   twenty   pel
ally he made inquiries and the mys-ltwo   rooms,   fourteen
tery  was  solve 1 Ithree rooms and elgl
U C. Tariff Negotiation,.
Ottawa. Peot. fl.���Tl e question of
the opening up of tu Iff nego'la< lon.*
with Washington win not be <*ca t
with by the cabinet until tlon. W. S.
Fielding's tet urn to the capital a. forts-
night hence.
no i
In I land  wholesale by  these very   cr;ndl-
;W}lnK K-rbislnmc.     �����-   ' tte;
this week and ^ ems    ^   Vomer, tic fi
In the wound.   ^	
^^rT-'nTn'.nterv.ew
Panama. MP^< -^^  chftr_e d.af
ipr   {\n-mju*   **-****-v    *ri__n
J0��e ^^/^^c^one -*-,���� VS SA--   "Remiss JSift _��_�� Z S
the
iiiinufir  anu  ��n�� o��i  ��������"  ������       .     .
'oreflnger of his right ban l <-on,'ira' .,
".hatifthePan.rnyo^n
ftetply "o^T'hV dow'noV know Wgffi&'S&'ip^.!?   g,,testt
^-eldest wsb do.e ***_**& F**l8rt***\ �� JSL PS"!*-   ���  ff#r���d
_, comt^He4 t0 0CC"PT Isbould be offered
The girl thoiglit that "Teddy,"
which she had heiril so frequently,
was "sone sort of title, s'ich as king."
He laughed heartily when lie heard
the explanation.
be placed before the ratepayers, authorizing tl.is ia cases where such Inducement seemed warranted. Power
tt a minimum cost of $35 per hose
power could   be  guaranteed   ln   the
thousand   ^^^^^^
,^..,..        or    fifteen    in  tions.
three rooms and eight or ten hi fou, "You have not heen confronted' wit't
rooms, showing Indubitably tie vast it because you have large teni'ories.
importance of greater breathing space and though a man sleeps in an lain the homes of the poor. sanitary box at night he breathes
A Warning to Canada. fresh air In the day tlir.e. Bat, be-
Spealstng In reply to a veto of Ueve me, as you advance to the in-
thanks, moved and seconded by May- dustrlal stage as distinguished from
or Geary ,of Toronto, and Mayor tbo agricultural stage and get citie��
Hopewell, of Ottawa, Mr. Vivian re- "such ae we have,, you will gwt lneffl-
ferred to the inefficient immigration dents ln the same ratio ss wo are do-
whlch had come to Canada as a prod- Ing nnless you make-provision'now tw
net of bad housing,^^^^
"They nre unfit to do a day's work
- Vn i^s-bsequent discussion power could   be  guaranteed    n   ���*\      "-~'h        et b6r,r M��� wtr# nam
wishes olutlon.   IM*^^2Tt0tl5  exemption  near   future,   but   nothing   could   b. ��� when tbey gei .       _ t
w.-��  tho*"1  l_*:   _.,���   ��.    c__t  _-��r
- ��.^ois. -*-*�� ��� ti**~ *,s i**r*sjSa,*s*}i - -ana*-- �����-'-' -a- *����� ��� "*""r"""""" '
prevent  the- conditions' that  product-
these deplorable resnltat?'
Mr. Vlvia* haa contested Ut tum'sL
Teronto in thraefclag:. ont; tha hnuaie
|reble|pk
--���"- iianperouaty    ntnr    ivw ���*���    *������- ,        M  b<l romr*"��� *"       .
*l1"-  trember.    Dr.  Verner  &*_*** |2fU>��S��'* J"***
tbe
wo .nd.
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY, SEPTE
MBER
Classified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE
*<��**************<***"*******
WANTED.
WANTED���A  WAITRESS AT ONC
Premier hotel,
WANTED���DRESSMAKING, GO OUT
hy tl e daj or al hou;e. hlxperlent ed
and i ood fit.   328 Eignth street.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office      -     ���      Kamloops, B.C.
CHURCH
SERVICES
CORPORATION
TRICT    OF
OF       THE
BURNABY.
DIS-
expropriate and take any real prop-
erty thai is necessary or convenienl
i ir the sai I purpose subject to the restrictions contained In section 261 and
.52 of the "Municipal Clauses Act."
3,    'Phis bylaw  nay  he cited  for all
purposes as   the "Fourth   Btreel   ap-
WAN I in, 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 Elghtn street.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
LOT
20,
containing one
.AN1 ED ��� A SMALL FURNISHED
house September 16 or October l,
by young couple who can give unquestionable urea nces. V,: lie a.
V., care ibis pa] er.
WANTED���TENDERS TO BUILD A
six loomed house (labor only).
Plans and particulars from John
Duncan, Lord Kelvin school.
WAN1
api ly
Wals
.mi
laEh
P    WATCHMAN,
and Don- Factory,
GIRLS    WANTED    TO    WORK    IN
l'rui! cannery. Apply 12 Fionl sine;.
-*********>******���********'**'
(Changes for this column must   be
lefl at, or telephoned to, this ollice by  '
9 p.m. on Fridays.    The omission of
57.  of  subdivision   B.  of  section   any   church   notice   from   ibis  column
block    6 north,   range   2 west, indicates that no copy has been turned
ind one-sixth acies. in by the pastor or oilier responsible
Price   .2000;   one-third    cash,    bai- Varty.)
mice   six,   twelve     and     eighteen ���        '
months* at    7    per cent,    in'erest. ,      .,
(205-A.) : Sunday, September 11.
-            HOLY    TRINITY��� Rev.    G.    C.
d'Easum, rector. Celebration of Holy
Communion at 8 a. m.; Matins.
Litany and sermon at ll a.m.; sun
day school al 2:30 p.m.; evensong and
i sermon ai  7 p.m.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Service al ii a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday schosl at 2:30 p.m.; Holy Communion iii si Sunday In the month
[ipg Wedm s lay at 7:30 p.m. Mornin ;
"Solomon's Child";    evening,
Ked   by   ibe  council   on   the
finally adopt
and elei k an
SIXTY ACRES In section 30, township
8, prairie land. Price ?126 per acre;
one-third cash, balance one and
two years. (204-A.)
Bylaw    No.  83.
WHEREAS  Fourth sued. Uurnaby,
being   more   particularly   hereinafter
described, has been used as a traveled.,
road   for   several   years   past;   AND  proprlation b
WHEREAS doubts have arisen wheth-      l-   Pa
er the whole of the said   streel   has 23rd da) <>r Ju >���'""���
been actually  dedicated  to   the     RECONSIDERED and
,11,.   and    the    possession    thereof ed, signed by the reeve
tested    in    the    municipality;    AND sealed with the corporate
iWHEREAS is is advisable   to estab-    day ol  	
lish and  open  the said  street   under!
it be    provisions    of    the    "Municipal | 	
Clauses Act."   THEREFORE the mu ���~
alclpal  council  of the corporati in ol      This
the districi  of Uurnaby   ENACTS   as I   law
,iow_. proposed to be reconsidered and final
���y passed on the 17th day of Septem-
1910.
REEVE.
C.  M. ('
thai   the  above
Is a true copy of one wbicli is
AND   EVERYTHING
��     YOU NEED '
A T
JAPANESE BOY, CAN COOK
sj eak English, wants position
pi;.  P. o. Box 818, City.
AND
Ap-
A JAPANESE  WOMAN    \
I ositi in   as   p    w ashing
famllj da) woi k. Apply
slue!, city.
i ei
\.\TS    Aj __
;   maid   or fifty
2, McNi ely j
THIRTY  ACRES in section 35, block
6 north, range 1 west, twepty acres
cleared,'.with new house and barn;
good water. Trice 5270 ier acre.
Terms     over     eighteen     months.
(175-A.)
:	
  subject
TWENTY  acres  In section  33, block "God's ftequest of Man.'
5  north,    ranee    2  west,   N.   W.   D
ih Ice if"'"11 ; er acre; one-third cash,
balance six and twelve mon,lis   at
7 11- cent. il". l-A.)
1. The sireet known aa Fourth
street Burnaby, and being particularly di scribed as a strip of land forty-
nine an I a half fee, in width, lying
thirty-three (33) feet northeast and
sixteen and a half feel  southwest  of
her    1910.
SAUNDERS
C.M.C.
Bargains In all  linos al  Fales', the
acres   in
V.'AN I ED   IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
flrsl ela: s lad) clothes ironers   and 1
two shlrl  polls lers;  two d ':i..' 1 pi r
<i, j   and  faie,  Ele :tric Lace &  Silk
la , Vancout er.
WAN i ED LADY CASHIER, STI O
gra] her ftltli 1 :.; ei ien ed preferrea.
Apj   .        1 nee,  W.  S.  Collister  &
Co.
V
AV:I :
applj   Ro;
Tl
id
V
Cil
IIKLS   VT    ONCE;
j  ste ,"i laundry.
V
'A.VI ED ANY
a few 1 oui s da
A] 1 ly   Mrs.  V. i
street.
LIGIl r
Iy, by
��� '.������
WORK   FOR
English 1 idy,
jn    Columbia
c
ARPEXT1
day 1
:.' 1
in-
ict.
ANTS
Apply
WORK
Box 19, I)
BY
lily
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHOD
Kev.  C.   W.   Brown,  B.D.,  | as,   r    S*t -
vice ;u  11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday
sc'hoi I   at   2:30  p.m.    Morning,    Rev.
section   32,   block  5:���'������  Sipprell   will  preach;   Uev.    Prof.
north, range 2 west, N. W. D.; ab |Glfford 'iM'"';:,'s ln " 'ening'
sol tei) the besl subdividing pro- ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
position In Porl Mann dlsl lei to- ���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Ser-
d y, Why? The terms are one vIcob '.! ���>.111 and 7:30p.m. Sabbath
fifth cash, and the balance over cchool and Bible clas3 2:30 p.m.
TEN YEARS, with Interesl at 6 per Morning, "A Pearl of Greal Price";
cent. (221-A.)   evening,   "The   Abiding   Essentials   0
���, _ Religi n."
TEN   acres,   being   lot   6,   section,27, PRESBYTERIAN-Rev.   E*
bl ick B norl h. ran ������   1 ������ < st, .N.\\ .1)
the hereinafter described line, thai is reliable furniture dealer.
to say, commencing al the mos, east-  ���������
erly corner of lot twenty-eight   (28), Davies  greenhouse Is the  place
group one, New Westminster district. Iget   bouquets,   floral   designs  and
for    a    distance    of    one    thousand ^nds of cut flowers.   Phone li 208
nine      hundred      and      thirty      fe 1
mme  or  less   to  iis   intersect ion   wltl) '          ���    -    -
Seventh avenue   in  lol   twenty-eight,
.���._ igroup one. New Westminster district.
a atreet���663 I
New Westminster, B. C.    I
: BEg^azWMHBM__E3!WMJ
on  new  Yt le ro id, $800 ; er ai   e;
y25i 1 cai I), I   lance six, t welve and
elgl  een   contln 7 1 er cent, in
tel'est, (222-A.)
SURREY
ICO ACRES on the  Scctt road  within
six     miles    of     New   West::;;-.
Price 1 8 i    er a ire;  one-thi d c
balance six,  twelve    and    eighteen
months.    Investigate this.    (208-A.)
APP IE.VJ ICES
Moo e's 1
post office.
WANTED,
ry parlors,
APPLY
ipoosite
WANTED BY WORKING MAN,
ro :���-.. and board near Eighth avenue
an 1 'I we'fth street.   Reply K., News
office.
\V A N T-ED ��� HOU
roon s for mar, Ie I
Box A.A., ibis office
S E K E E PING
e hi; le.    Apply
SO ACRES
$15 1 per
over two
in section 25. township 2,
ac e: $ 1200 ci ������������'���;. balance
years. (141-A.)
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���R
0. Thompson, M. \.. pastor. Public
worship: Morning, 1 lol) Con munion,
11 a.m.: even! g, 7:30 p.m. Bible
class and E -1- th a iho 1 2:30 p.m.'
V. P. S.'C. E., Tuesday 8 p.m.; prayer
��� 1 1 ;::'i. 1 i'i lm s lay, s p.m. Morning,
' V. e I'm ii ing tl" 1": ev, nlng, "The
Eidei  ii;other."
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Biker, pastor. Se rices 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sun.lay sel ool iii 2:30 p., 1.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday al 8 0', lock. Morning, "The Man
with the Goods"; evenln , "The G odi
Di Ih ered."
ALSO .1 snip of land sixty-six reel
wide lying thirty-three (33) feel on
each side of the hereinafter desci Ibi 1
center line that Is to s i) 1 ommencing
a, ;i point ^11 the line dividing lol
twentj -elgl 1 128), �� roup one 111 [10m
l it  1 went) se\ en  1., I, group one (1),
distant   one   tl sand   nine   hundred
a: d  thirty  ft el   north   w, sti   I)   from
lhe n us: easterly corner of lol  twen-
: ,    (28), gi   ,p  one    il,.   New
We itn im ter   districi     ihenci
westi he   Hue  dividing   lol
:         (28),       gl "        ll),l
twent)   aven    (27),   i
one  11 1. for a distance ol  one thousand   i-'" 1 ii   liiiml: e '   and   . ���   enteen
.,, 1  mi  ������ or ii' ���  to the
coi 1 er  ol   lol   twoi     1 (28),
0 ip one 11). New Wi
���     11 be and I     en      esl iblish-
ind    pen d as a 1 (;i He roa l   an 1
2.   For   He    purpose   ol   defi illel)
I I   road
and   highway   In thi    1 lity   of
the   cer;  iratlon   of   the   districi    ol
Bu, nab), the coum il maj < r t,    uj ':
.   .   iSIS OF SUCCESS.
jdients Entering Perusa
II  !'���',���, ri 9 a Catarrh
..:..- and Toriio is
Undei   . .:.
(, OHIO.-Th3 ac
live 1        clients e, the most
h i i remedy in tiio
I  made I nown to
1  ���.'. :. 1 new era
in i rtising of 1   , ular fam��
n        ,��� Is.
nta     . . other  i
!cn seal, powerful in iis
1   the   mu &U3   mem-
C     ron I,    a    raro
icino , 1 .53cd to;-.   .
I Cai '.rrli   I
an . ;i of th : kidneys an I
r,   Gl ine ro< I, valuable for
mucous   i..      branea   ���
as   well   as   i:i   Co.;    ,'  ,...J   ind;..
..:;n.
ineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Mai.:,I I   hy
I EM LEY
NEW  WESTM ?, b. c.
Telephone  R   113. Offic
THL
0
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Tayl ir, M.A., Ph.
!>.. 1 astor. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.m. Morning, "The Divine Life";
1 ��� ening, "The Foundation of God."
10  ACRES  In   northwest    quirter    of i
11 ��� Hon   ! '   towirehip    2.    $200    per |
acre; ore third cash, balance; six and
twelve month;; at 7 per    eent.    interest. (201-A.)
 ! SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� Rev
FIVE  ACRES  In  section  18, township ; E   D.   Braden.   pastor.     Services     at
8, on Newton road.   $150 1 er acre ill a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school al
2:30 p.m. Epworth League on Monday
at S p.m.
(91-A.)
WANTED���A  CARPENTER.
.ash & Door factory.
WALSH
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply   125  Third  avenue.
FOR   SALE.
Terms over two years.
LANGLEY
FIVE a-re 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.
FOR SALE���TO BE OFFERED FOR	
sale off the farm on market Friday, Through our branch office at Kam-
September 9, one heavy team of leops we have received some of the
horses; will do any kind of wok.; best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
Thomas Corbett. and get particulars.
FOR SALE���TWENTY-TWO FOOT
launch In flrsl class condi,ion; a
snap for $150 cash. Apply sis Kennedy street, New Wes,mins,er.
Furniture    for    sale    and J
house to rent.    217    Keary    street,!
Sap] erton.
TKE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office      -     ���      Kamloops, B.C.
FOK SALK���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
on Westminster road; about ISO
feet to another road; for $700: quarter cash. Herbert Gay, Windsor
hotel,  after   ii   o'clock.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOK RENT -- FURNISHED BED-
room, -124 Third avenue.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 713 Trew street.
TO  LET���FURNISHED  ROOMS. AP-
ply    upstairs Trapp   block,   corner 1
Columbia street and Clarkson.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable fur-1
ntBhed bedroom suitable for two I
gentlemen.    Apply at 2:\2 8th St.
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
(Successors to Ha'e Bros. <��. Kennedy,
Limit id.)
Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
TO RENT -
rooms. 703
after 6 p. in.
- FURNISHED
Third   avenue,
or between 11 a.
BED-
Apply
m. and
|A GINGER SNAP���City lot, 45*145, on
Third avenue and tram line, one lot
and street from Queens park. Price
$2000; $600 cash, balance 6, 12 and
IS inunths at 7 per cent.
ICENTRAL PARK    PICK-UP���On    In-
man avenue, close to tram line,
ivi acre lot, cleared and
50 trees planted. Ten roomed two
story house, stone foundation, hot
water heating furnace, electric light
and modern conveniences. Price
$7000;    $2000    cash,    balance    over
6 p.  m. at  Room
street.
14,  ,1211  Columbia I
SIXTH AVENUE METHODI-ST���
Rev. F. S. Okell, B. A , pastor. Services
ni 1! a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. Epworth league, Monday,
iti 8 p. in. Prayer meeting) Wednes-
l day at 8 p.m.
THE     NORWEGIAN     LUTHERAN
I���Benjamin Sand, pastor.    Service at
Trinity church, across the river, at ll
; a.m., Dr. Stokk will preach.
HAST      BURNABY      METHODIST
1 CHURCH���Corner   Eighth   street   and
I Third avenue. Hnrnaby.    Row Frederick L. Carpenter, pastor.   Public worship, ll a. m. and 7:30 p. m.   Sunday
I school,   2:30   p.   m.    Prayer  meeting,
Tuesday.   7:30   p.   m.;   choir   practice,
Thursday, 7:"u p. m.
WEST     END     PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth stieet. Rev. .lames Reid,
B.A., pastor. Public worship a, 11
a. m. and 7:.'10 p. m. Sunday school
at 2:il0 p. ni.
SOUTH   WESTMINSTER   METHO- :
D1ST  MISSION���Rev.  Hen.y  Wilson, |
pastor.     Sunday   school   at     10   a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
FREE METHODIST CHAPEL���
Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Rev. C. S. McKinley,
pastor. Sunday school, .0 a.m.; service 11 a.m.; class meeting, 12 a.m.;
prayer service, 7 p.m.; sermon. 7:30
p.m.; mid-week prayer meeting,
Thursday 8 p.m. Morning subject,
"The Law of Progress."
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sun-
riny school at 10 a.m. Epworth League |
j Tuesday at 8 p.m.    Dundonald scho.il
I house;  Service nt 2 p.m. and Sundi .
j school at 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
1 pastor.
CHURCH
5 Rooms, modern, full sized lot, lane in the rear.
Situated en 5th Avenue near 4th Street. Price only
$2100. Terms 1-2 Cash, balance to arrange. This
must he sold within 8 days, as owner leaves  the city
P. PEEBLES
K^OKv*
PRIVATE
BOARDING
HOUSE���
Kirs, cl
ass
hoard.
N'ev
���ly furnished
rooms.
Al
home
cool
In. .    Terms
very reason
able, at
513
A. nes street.
three  years    at  7    per cent.    One
thousand gallon an    hour    artesian I    CHURCH   OF   CHRIST���305     Dur-
well   lately  struck  near  this    pro-!ham'   Madison Wright, preacher, Sun-1
perty. l-a-r   services,   11   a.m.   and     7   p.m.
 j Week day service, every day at 8 p.m.
triMC     CDAccr.     TD^M-r a r-r     r    . SAPPERTON   BAPTIST   CHURCH,
FINE    FRASER    FRONTAGE-Forty Hospital street-Sunday school at 2:39
acres (1050 ft.) near .New Westmln-
1
Your
New
���Fall
Suit
Is
I Here
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
TO  RENT.
TO RENT���UNFURNISHED FLAT,
modern; apply 813 Fourteenth
street, above Eighth avenue; live
minutes from car line.
TO    LET���THE    BASEMENT    AND
store in tbe K. 1J. block; sui,ahle
for stoie rooms, Bleating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester
Spc. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street,  City.
ster.    Two seven and eight roomed
bouses    on     property    and     wharf I
building 20x40;  20 to 25 acres cultl-j
vateil.     Trice  $20,760;   terms,   .07501
cash,  $3000  November  1,   1910,   balance over three years at. 7 per (ent.
Half of this property separately for
.10.500.    Terms $2025 cash, balance
in  three equal  payments  at  7  pei
cent.
p.m.; service at 7 p.m. Andrew Grieve,
pastor.
GOSPEL HALL���Corner of Sixth
arenuo and Ninth stieet. Evangelist
.1   .).  Rouse will  preach at 7 p.m.
NEW BANKING
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now be ready to opi
bank account.
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offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong bank
ing organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
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acre lots in midst of Twin Cities
subdivision of 33 Too, lots. Will be
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lime at $(175 an acie; about half
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Suggests  Empire Centre.
London, Sept. 9.���The Earl of    Ply.
mouth     proposes     that     the    Crystal
I Palace Bhould be made   an    Empire
J centre at n cost of 750,000 pounds as 0
'memorial     to     King     Edward     the
Seventh.    Anions  Ida  suggestions    is
that   the  overseas  dominions     should
erect permanent pavilions   there   for
exhibition purpos ,b.
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In. situ of money and checRs.
Finder return to the Royal ('Py
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lily James Doyle, Penitentiary Row.
If not called for In fourteen days
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I
The cut here produced shows our new Model 10,
Type Y.   A very fashionable suit for   a
young or middle aged man.
Prices in 20th Century Suits $20.00 to $32.50
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
A.  GUNN
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I
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For all kinds of
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Phone 695
or leave orders at
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turdaY
SEPTEMBER  10,  1910.
THE DAIL\   NEWS.
PACK THltfiE.
Automobile for Hire
pay  and   Night.
Teieph��ne
Day 703. Night L611
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
Rank of Montreal
5STABLI8HED 1817.
\i&*
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
i throughout Canada and
I Sidlond, anu In London, Eng-
I ���,'��",��� vo,k, Chicago and Spokane.
and Mexico
business
City.     A   genera
transacted.     Let-
0.S.A
I^'ffredlt Issued,   available   with
bespoadenta in   all    parts of   the
'fc!dn"S Hunk Department���Deposits
i   .ived in sums of $1  and upward,
I'r interesl allows-", at 3 per cent, per
ftnum (present rate).
1   Total Assets  over  $18, .000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
q, D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
I Transfer Co.
k,Ece 'piione U��.      Barn 'Plione 11/
Columbia 8treet
���grgtge   delivered   promptly   to
^^ any part ot tbe city.
- II light and Heavy Hauling
^m OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
At the annual meeting of the agricultural societies of Biitish Colun bia
held in Victoria in Januarj last, date
for the fairs throughout the Provin <���
were arranged as follows:
First    Circuit.
Alberni
Nanaimo
Comox
Cowlchan
The Island
Victoria
\.  and S.
Saanicb
Second   Circuit.
��� Eept. 14 and 15
. .Sept. 16 and IT
, .Sept, 2i: and 2::
. .Sept. 23 and 24
 Sept. 21
Sept. 27 to Oct. 1 I
 Oct. 7 and 8
to he capable of producing twenty-live
i bar, els per day. These wells have
'not yet heen shot. Three companies
are prospecting on the south fork of
Old .Man river; one has three boles
down, the deepest of which ls reported to be 14ml feet.
These districts lie within the front
ran. e of the mountains. Some uncertainty as to the oil prospects of this
section is introduced by the occur-
, ence of heavy overthrust faults
which may have allowed the oil reservoirs that once existed to drain off.
Outside   the   mountains   near   Pincher
  j Creek   an    anticline,   parallel    to    the
mountains, appears to exist.     While
source   and   another   a this struct me is favorable for oil res-
good deal has been heard on this side jervoirs the thickness of the upper cre-
regardlng the Canadian oil deposits; It?ceous rocks P^ents difficulties and
POTENTIALITIES OF
ALBERTA OIE FIELDS 2
Geological Survey Report
Points Out Several Spots
Worthy of Attention.
ROYAL PHILATELIST
SENDS STAMPS TO BERNE
King  George's  Collection    Is    Notable
Feature  of  Switzerland  Exhibition.
Prom  one
London, Sept. 9.���King George, who
is an enthusiastic philatelist, has sent
a portion of his collection to the International Exhibition of Postage
Stamps,   now   In  progress   at    Berne.
exhibitors includes the Swiss postal
department, the international offlce of
the World's Postal Union, the postal
department of the United States, and
the postmaster general of Bolivia.
The en,ire collection, which is insured agalnsl fire and theft, is valued at
5,000,000 francs. The exhibition, which
is appropriately held in th ! town
where the headquarters of the Universal Postal Union are located, was
opened by a fete In Hie presence ol
the Swiss pos,master general and
oilier distinguished  patrons.
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Hrnckman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.    Return fare f>0 cents.
Coquitlam     	
Maple   Ridge Sept.
Mission      	
Agassiz        Sept.
Chilliwack      Sept.. 20,
Third    Circuit.
Xicola       Sep,. 1
Armstrong      Sept. 2
Vernon        Sep,.
Kamloops       Sept.
Kelowna      Sept. !
Salmon   Arm    Sept. '.
. . Sept. 20
21 and 22
. .Sept. 22.
27 and 28
21 and 22
?, and 14
2 and 2:!
18 to 17
28 to 30
0 and 21
'.', and 24
but so far, no very convincing demon
stratlon of the potentialities of
| Canadian oil fields has been made for
the enlightenment of the British in-
; vestor, says the Financial News. The
; attention of the public has. for exam
''       s a possiblll     that the fernielThe exhibition promises to be one of
shales and carboniferous   rocks   may!*���?1  ln.tere,f-  and ,ls  attracting the
tbe  extend   out   from   the   mountains   and Inotlce of ��>"ectors In all parts of the
form an ttnprevious blanket which
{prevented the oil from reaching the
! Dakota horizon. The driller should
1 be prepared to go as deep as 3600 feet
i world.
The exhibition Is divided Into ten
Classes, with several sub-sections. One
1 class   is   devoted    entirely    to    Swiss
,      . , na:  iii.:\ta. ich   i.u   tu  iirs  ui.    u   ah   OUUU   H'ei ... ���       ,, ,     ,
pe been drawn to the oil and gas pos-lan] the sof tBha,        t       f ��� stamps,    the    best    collection    beini
cl   .ilitir.u       r,f     A IV........       ..*,.!     1.     .��..,.     Y.n . .     '^ ��� n ,|n.|    ,,    ,,,....1,1   nr,v      A    Bonnnri    oroiw
slbilitles    Of   Albert
and  It  may  bei
Sum mei land
.Oct. 17 and IU
Fourth Circuit.
2'
2S
ani  uie  soi   isnaies   eic, oi  ine upper ,    , ��� , ���
cretaceous present manv difficulties in awarded a grand prix. A second grand
well, therefore to outline some of thejguch deep borlng- A) Calgary boringB|prix will he given in the champion-
known facts regarding the possiblll- I wolllll probably have to exceed 4000' 8l,,I) class for the best collectlon ln
ties of the district. The cretaceous feel t0 teBt the poagibiiities of thedls-.,1,e sta,r'lm ot an>' c'��""tl'>' wl,'i,cU hu,ve
rocks    which    underlie    almost    the't,|Pt .already   been   awarded   a   gold   medal
whole of Alberta, have as their basal: Neir Edmonton the thickness of at an international philatelic exhibl-
member where exposed on the plains, Ue ,.0CkB above the Dakota  l8   not tion.
thei Dakota sandstone���a porous rock I definitely known; but it is probab .yl As is severally known, King
and a suitable reservoir for oil. It In considerably over 2600' feet as the Gen,'Be s collection Is almost entlrelj
turn along its exposed northern an.i |1().,���. ,, Athabasca Landing and Vic- niade up of British stamps, and he is
eaatern borders at least, rests upon toria at 1800 feet did not penetrate BemllnS <" ,he exhibition a selection
the   Devonian
Pol  plants and fresh cut flow
Tidy's store.    Plione 184.
���rs at
Gardiner & Gardiner
iF. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 8   Westminster Trust BulldlDg
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence   Phone  133
I p, 0. Box 395
Phone 730
& Craig
Heating  and   Plumbing
111 Jobbing   Promptly   Attended
Colonial  B'ock
To
IIISH WATCHMAKER
Gold W'atcaes for Ladi.-a from .12.75
liver
16.00.
Watches,    gents'    open  face
gents'  open    case
Waltham   and      Klgm
for
Watches
U.50 up.
Agent
[ in b
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Surrey      Sept. . ,.,.,.,.	
Langley      Sept. 2S ",e   Devonian   and    is   oveilain    by the Dakota and at both these points |made UP of the f01?1118,^   Bfrieaol
Eburne     Sept. 29 and 39 Bhales "1:" v""1(i form an lmP,evlous the thickness of the overlaying  for- [postage stamps ol the Island Colony
Ladner     Sept. 23 and 24 cover wl'"'h mii;l" retaln an>' cil that inatlona is less than at Edmonton   At of Nevis- m0Bt a tliem ,jeln* al lfa8t
���  '   ���  I way into the Devonian.    So ��� p. ���,������ Rflnt.a ��� lln,0 a���out 1()0��� feet'fifty  yea,'s old'     ',iey  are  (,f  curloua
f
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
'per cent of the whole mass,
jiepresents the residuum of petn
_        . _ . _ , I which  has escaped to the air along
Train  Service Newjt
Westminster
eads the reoprt of the   government ln depth  j8 requlred,    Eaatward the
cretaceous also thins out so that at
'Medicine Hat, holes of 1800 and 2000
exposed feet
along the  Athabasca  river and   else'
where  in  the  north   where they   are! Natural   Gas   Widespread.
charged with tar to the extent of 12,    N-atur;il gas 8eema l0 be widespread
geological survey.
Tar   Sand   Area.
The    Dakota    sands    are
d<-siun,  and  are modelled  upon  some
of the early Victorian  Issues.
In addition to the king, the list of
in depth
the Dakota
would  probably   reach
of 121
The tar
e exposed edges ot the rock.  Na-
Departures.
Tort Moody
B.r-
5:15���To Seattle,
uett and Vancouver.
S:00���To Vancouver.
9:16���To Montreal, Nicola.
ver and local points.
15:05���To St. Paul. Kootenay points
and Sumas.
18:46���To    Vaneourer      and    local
points, Agassi/, and local points
19:36���To Montreal and
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
and to be present in large quantities.
Represents the_ residuum of Petroleum Productive gas wells have heen drill-
el In the east, at Dunmore Junction,
'Medicine   Hat.   Stairs,   Suflleld,   Langevin, Bassona and Bow Island.    The
surface   rocks   belong   to  the   Belly
i river formation, and the gas veins are
| encountered   In   sandstone   bands   In
the  .Niobrara  shales.    The gas   hoii-
jzons are tapped at depths of from TOO
Uo 1000 feet.   The Dakota has not yet
been penetrated, but will probably be
in   the   near   future.   Farther   west   at   Bow   Island   on   the
Glow's Nest railway ,a well over 1900
tural gas and some petroleum are sti.l
I escaping.      McConnel   estimates   the
jaiea of tar sands s^en by him at 1000
square miles which with an estimated
1 thickness of 150 feet would give 28.4
miles of tar san.ls or 0.5 cubic c.i es
j if tar, equal  to 4.700,000,000 ton--, of
Vancou- bitumen.     Of course the tar   sands
i have not been fully explored.   A iar. e i piospected
amount of oil has escaped but it is altogether Improbable tbat this process
has gone on indefinitely and that ail
Do  You Want to
Sell Your Acreage
or City Property?
If so, wc have clients open
to purchase property of all
descriptions. Send your list
addressed to "Inland," P.O.
Box 431, New Westminster.
Quick results guaranteed
aa
Arrivals.
Montreal,
7:43���Prom
Port  Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From     Agassiz,
and local points.
Hi: 15���From Vancouver.
18:45���From     Vancouver,
and local | olnta.
20:40���From Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal    and
;oln,S.
ED GOULET, Agent C
iH.  C.  B.   FOSTER,  A.  G.   P.
couver.
, feet   deep,   which   was    drilled    last
has been drained off;  for the harden-.sprlng  glves a flow of sas reported to
Okanagan ln8 of the oil to lar effectively seals >be s.00o 00u feet per dav
the oienings and only the area near'
the  exposed  edges  is likely  to  have
lost Its oil content.   That the distribution  of oil  is probably  extensive is
Indicated  by  the  finding  of  tar   in
sands  near  the  surface,   far  to   the
south, in the Eimonton country
patently  formed by  the   limited
cape of ill  from  minor fractures The presence ot immense tar    ���
along the  outcroppin
Vancouver,
Okanagan
Vancouver
Seatt'e
Nicola
.  P. R.
A., Van
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
ZM to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iren Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St..  New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  LandinfS
Tha  New  Sternwhee'er
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brnckman-Ker Milling Com
Pany'? wharf, New Westminster, wit*
Passengers and freight ns follows:
Leaves Xew Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday nt 8 a. ra.
Leavea Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri
*���")��� in d Sunday at 7 n. m.
first Class Passenger Accommodatlor
R0YAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd
New   Westminster.
WALSH SASH
& POOR CO.
W. E. Walsh      W. K. Walsh, Jr.
factory, 221 14* St.
apes-1
>���>;
ithe nicks.   Oil seepages also o-cur ltl
j Southwestern Alberta, in South Koo-
' tenay  Pass and the Flathead valley.
Gas    and    Oil.
Southward, from the northern edge
of the cretaceous, the covering of tne
later   cretaceous   formations  over  the
Dakota sands  becomes thicker.    One
oi tnese formations, the Belly river, is
thick and lens-shaped, and Calgary is
just   about  over  the   center   of   Uie
lense.   Most of the borings have been
put  down  near  the  railways,    where
cei t In the eist the Dakota  sands
,e  far  below  th3 surface, and  have
failed to reach  this, presumably   oil-
bearing zone.    T e best place to test
is. of course. In the north, where the
co\e:ing  over  the   Dakota   sands   is
thinner and where the presence of oil
is indicated by the tar In fne sands;
yet   the  spot  chosen  should   be   far
enough back to be beyond the influence of the leaks along the   exposed
edges.      The  geological   survey    put
down three test holes, one at Victoria,
one at Athabasca landing, and one at
with a rock
pressure of 800 pounds to the squaie
inch. In the north on the Athabasca
river natural gas Is escaping ' alon.i;
the hanks of the river. In the Pelican Rai ids well, about ISO
north of Edmonton,
low cf gas has been encountered at
miies
enormous
the top of the Da'..eta.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18i/2   Knots
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) MONDAYS and FRIDAYS
at 11:30 P.M. for PRINCE  RUPERT   and   STEWART.
Monday's steamer makes close connection at Prince Rupert with
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Masset, Kincolith, Naas Bay, Charlotte
City,  Lockeport, Jedway,  ikeda Bay, etc.
Friday's steamer makes clore connection at Prince Rupert with
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Massett.  Kincolith, Naas Bay, etc.
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) WEDNESDAYS AND SAT-
URDAYS  at   2   P.M.  for   VICTORIA  and  SEATTLE.
i
New Westminster,
Phene 413.
B.C
We
deors
make  a  sjeoialty  of  fir
stea��e4 set ��d��* dried.
edges   of  the |
Dakota  In  the north, the occurrence j
near Egg lake, anl other points n ar'
Edmonton, of tar sands which seem to
have   been  formed   by   oil   escaping'
fiom  fissures,  the  al  seepages  frovnj,	
the disturbed rocks in the mountains   .___
of    southwestern    Alberta,    and    the
heavy   veins  of  gas  encountered  by-
bo, ing in northern and eastern Alberta,   warrant   ,ne   heller  that   good   oil)
fields may be found in Alberta.    The
best points to prospect would appear |
to be In the south near Pincher Creek
where  it  would  be necessary   to   be!
prepared  to  drill  deep;   in  the  east,
where  lt   would  be  reasonably   sure
that gas at any rate, would be struck;
or in the north at about the latitude
of  Pelican   Rapids,  where test  holes
would not have to be deep .and where
the  Dakota  ls  known   to   have   had
large  supplies of oil.    The nelghboi-
hool of Pelican Rapids would be far
outcropping
For rales, lime tables, booklets,
or freight, apply to
L. V.  DRUCE, Comrrercia!  Agent.     H
533 Granviile Street, Vancouver.
and   full   information,  passenge:
(J, SMITH, C
Fhone 7100.
ty Pass. Agent.
GENERAL   AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
i^f��^^^]s&��S*^^-A.tA
N8��j*ie��tt-*.tf
enough   back   from    the
edges to find sand that may not have
one at AtnaDasca lauuiug, ��uu u��c ��  been jraine(j 0I  0n.      The proposed
Pelican Rapids.   The latter r��prese��t- raiiway to Fort McMurray would ren-
ed the best Judgment of the suitey, der thu dlstr|c{ accessible.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Pri��att Hespltal.
223 Townseod 81. Materilty
and non-coniaeleus medioal
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For furiher par,i< u
lara apply to Hospital,
phone T55.
Tele-
las to the location of a test hole. The
1 two former, about 1800 feet deep, fail-
led to reach the Dakota, owing to the
'great thickness of the cover at those
poUtB. Farther north, the Pelican
well at a depth of 800 feet, reached
the top of the Dakota nnd struck a
tren.enous flow of gas. Pushed twenty
der this district accessible
About Fort McMurray aad north of
that polat. the Devonian la exposed
with no cretaceous cover. Although
the oil which formed the tar sands of
the Dakota probably came from the
Devonian and although the Devonian
almost every where ln the Mackenzie
more or  less   petroliferous
  valley   Is
feet  further lt peached   another    gas thepe gre no groun(i8   for   gupposln
vein and some oil.   The escaping gas the   l)PVon|.in   WOuld   be   particularly
froze the oil on, the drilling tools ind f.lvorat)|e  formation  to  prospect;   for
prevented further prog,ess,    so   that o"[| "escapes 80 rea lly and In" this case
the   Dakota   sands   were   not   proved  :.   ,    ...  ,   _���������,i    i���   ..���,.\,
Westminster
GARAGE
All
Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
'""arvon   and   Mith   St.   New
\Vp.'tm|n��,��r til   r\, PWnne ^''4.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLHH
PRINTING |
Estimates Given on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson Blk.
Phone  388
Is known to have escaped ln such
���quantities, that It is uncertain that
commercial reservoirs have been io-
tained. It cannot, however, be stated
that an undralne 1 oil horizon does not
exist in It, but only that prospecting
In it is a . amb'.e.
It may be gathered from the Information here given that the possibilities of this district referred to ae
sufficient to Justify the expenditure of
some capital on exploration work, pr i-
vlded that It Is fully understood tint
the expenditure would necessarily be
a pure speculation.
DQYS> QTURDY fLOTHES
Does That Strenuous Boy Need
A Clothes Doctor?
MILLIONS
AND   DIED
HOMELESS
A Good Thing is Sore to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Mtple ******
Label)
.   -mm.   mmat   *****   doObl*   tb*
'* r��lnln�� ta favor ererr day.   Our odtput !����� 7"'  . ^.w^ea.
prececal one.   The most healthlul and nutrioeus of **    **
THE COWAN CO.. Lid.. TORONTO
.is to their containing commercial reservoirs of oil.   None cf the wells sunk
about Medklne Hat, Edmonton or Cal-
��a-v have penetrated deep enough to
test the  oil   possibilities.      The   two
Calgary wells  sunk to 11400 feet each,
wc.e still considerably above the Dakota  and   separated  from  it   by   iin-
previous  shales;   but  here  the   upper
cretaceous     rocks     aie     exceedingly
thick. .
In    southwestern    Alberta,    In    the
Pincher   Creek   dlsti let   .oil   Is    being
prospected tor in two  areas���on   the
south branch of the south fork of Old
Man river and on Oil creek, tributary
of Waterton lakes.     The survey   has CLAIMED
done no recent work in this district,
hut ln the first held the rocks are so -���
far as can be learned, cretaceous. The      London,   Sept. 9,-The   mystery   of,
rocks on Oil creek were regarded by  the   disappearance   of   Daniel    Sherh I
D��wson  as  Cambrian,  a  view   which dan,  the   Ainer can  claimant   to   the
lv supports- but Dr. Walcott. of the, Blake millions has been solved.    It ls
Smithsonian    Institute, believes them some months since the story was yo��
fo be   m,Camhrlan-corres;ondlng to I Ushed  here about the pathetic strug-
he Helt terane of Holey Willis.   On ��� gle of  this  Irish-American  farmer to
Oil  creek  a  green schist   Is exposed obtain the fortune left hy Mrs. Helen
from which there Is a seepage of oil. j Blake,  who died  Intestate In  tondon
Th    oil    a, a iaraffl^ base, is of ex- in 1876.    Her property, then   .700,000,
fn. ���,i.iirv anl free from sulphur,  has been In the hands of the Crown
cellent V^JgJ^g,��� Lw since, and  Is now estimated to
ti,a Pincher Creek Oil company has,be nearly $2.500 000.
two shallow wells In this shale which j    A  letter Just received  from  Danlc
,,?p been shot.   These yield one ! Sheridan's son, Joseph, who lives at
'���f barrel to two barrels of oil per [Quincy. III., foveals thc fact that nn
_ according to Information deemed j old, homeless, nameless man who
elVib'e       \s  this shale outcrops at died In Lambeth Infirmary on Dece n-
tho surface, apparently over a fairly
large extent ot country .It would seen
thart bv sinking a number of shal'.o*
.ve'lB Into it and torpedoing them to
'orm catchment basins a considerable
luantity of otl might be collected
'rom It. Three other companies aro
orosrecUng here; one has a well
down 10110 feet which la stated to
have yieldel at tjie outset 308 barrels
per dav.   A second Veil at a depth of
her 19,  1898,  was
for tho millions.
the lost   claimant
lie ceitalnly does, If. for
any    reason,    his clothes
do not wear or fit as they
should.    We  are specialists on boys' clothes and
would like   to   take   his
rase In hand.
We have a great rarlety
of handsome, durable fabrics tailored    by    experts
at making boys' clothes.
Suits for boys from seven
to fifteen years of age.
$3, $5, $6 to $15
Also seventy boys' three-
piece suits carried over
f:o;n last season; values
to f9.00 for 18.00, Call
r.nd Investigate this
trnordlnary bargain '
Ml Sizes, $3.00
ex-
Come here for relief from
boys' clothes troubles.
Boys' headgear and    toggery ns well as clothes.
See Our Special Men's
Three-Piece Serge Suit $15.00
im>m*jit.*miM. *���
1170 feet is e��ti4��ted by the dtlllers  Taterson.
Postponed Cabinet Council.
Ottawa, Sept. 0.���The cabinet council culled for yesterday afternoon was
postponed. Besides Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, the only cabinet ministers in
the city are Sir Frederic* Borden,
Hpn.   L.  P.  Brodeur and  Hon. J. C.
REID & CO.
The Store of Satisfaction
GO 1 Columbia St.       New Weitmlnster ; t.
PAGE FOUR-
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY.  SEPTEMBER
��R 10,
The Dally New
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Published by The Dally News PubllsU-
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Corner   of     McKen.ie   and     Victoria
Streets.
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rsctor
SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER   10,
1910.
COUNCIL  AND  THE  AUDIT.
LEES LIMITED
e Furnish Your
me   Complete
naEngganrm ^m-mimmi^-^m^iw&mma
AVc believe tbe decision of a majority of the council, requesting the
provincial governmenl lo terminate
the appointmenl of Moses B, Cots-
vvorth a.; auditor fur Co tity, wi 1
met i with ; eneral approval n on
the greal body of ci,i/e::s. The re-
pori of this temporary official, e ib
���-i; ted in flve Instalments, was f< r-
i alnly a very sen3al i mi .1 i nd n ' ������ r
lu! ,:. cumi in i ul ;1 ���:��������� i' il a
toi's report
Mr   Cots \i oi th  far    ,    eeded     liis
.);;::i.   iu step] Ing aside i'i make re-
Heel I :..* upon and Insinuati ,ns ai ainsl
. c i. i.i officials an,! (s-offlcials i
cor] o,ali.mi,    and    others'    ma i.1     i :'
which by way he had to ,..'.<���    !���:;.������:.
Oui-    understanding    of an    aud
duty is thai  he should Investii   te the
Dm .ii i..l ;.;'.',.i s c>;' the city, offer s ig-
for refi   m or tmpi ov ��� iient i".
d   Im  i h< se affairs   ������   ere   m .������
:.'. .  and   pre] ::;o a   balance    b  eet.
Ent ;his ho has noi done,   li stead i.i
Jias entered int:, matters   thai    were
ji.it within his province.
ina:- nuch therefore ;.s Mr. ' . --
worth has not performed the duties
thai were required of him if is bul
just and proper that his appointmenl
should be terminated. This is. we
take it, the view of ihe
who voled for the resolution at Wednesday
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.       716-718  COLUMBIA  ST.,   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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REMEMBER    WE    CLOSE    AT    G    P.M.    SATURDAYS,  10  P.  M.
three wm mm houses
on Edmonds Street, each on cleared lots and foneod,
water, eltcti ic liu'lit. oc car i'i ire. Fr< m $ 2,000
to_$2,200. Apply to
EDMONDS   STATION
Walker li^tm.'./.
v> ,._K.
GOLD DUST
R��Pf*l l
���3*t>
vour
_J
kitchen
Wlll
things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
OOtt '..
) only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes. ��
Soap washes over the surface, leaving; a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUST digs deep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine);. GOLD DUST does all the hard part of the
VvTcrk without your assistance, leaving you to take
,, ie��� your exercise m a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
night's meeting, n  is not soap, to which is added other purifying materials
that they have any fear of what Audi    ^~ '-vtc-t- f1-|p r irrht nro-
!
Thi   I I hi 3   ��� chlevemonl    i-i
i  .   art   ol   ��� lodei n  con el y
een al    In, d in the Bon
T m    Coi set.      Thei e    Is    a
charm  and     race   about     il
I    .'    ap] eals    to    the    liner
and    ex adi iii a-
tlon and fane: ,    E i  I, i     le
is an I c in, epl lon   of
surpassing      excellence      i'i
,-,erj   d, .  II.    Call   and   In-
S] eel  i he i ew i lodels. I lave
your new Fall Suil  fltte 1 on
a  Pen Ten Ccrset.
tor ('ot.sworth can or mav do by fur-
ur"; portions to cleanse    N
ther Investigation >,] on letmn at his ��� _ * i "^O
easily, vigorously, _��~
and without harm to
own   sweet   pleasure,   but   that   they
consider   lie   has  had   ample   time   in ,
which to complete the work  he was   labl'lC,    Utensil   OT
appointed    to    perform    and    having.  IianClS.
failed  object to  his heing allowed  to'        "Let   the    GOLD
spend any further time upon this.        DUST    Twins     do
That   Alderman    Johnston    should   VOIIT* WOf"lr "       *
bave had the temerity to he the only I "
dissentient from this view Is a little
strange.     We  cannot   understand   his
jiosifisn.   i.'e professed himself as heing as strongly  oppose 1  to  the audi- 	
tor's methods as any  member of the !nluit1- Miss  Claire Corbould,  sister of      Mrs. Gordon E. Corbould was much
council'   admitted thnt tho p����m  nf''the bride, wore pink silk with a hat of admired ta  a gown  of wisteria  with
<<>UIJ(JI,     ..Ulllllie.l    Jll.lt    llie    ICPOlt    Ot , hl-i.lr    lilt Mre      ,.-     f,     ��      ��Mi/,,nfi.,l/l
l.lnnlr     cotlTl       fanarl     tv*H,     ,,tr,lr Tho    nlac K ��� llrlt.       MIS,    I',.    U.    b.    bCllOlelleld
Made by THE  N.   K.   FAIRBANK  COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
a
Royal Worcester Corsets
Wil h nt doubl the b,     medium priced co Bel  on th,    '.   i
i nent.    Style an !  c imfort  ar   ti1''  leadln ; featur,     of I
Royal Worcester Corse!   enl, in, e and beautify e
in. the form Into the graceful lines that appeal to the
Prices from $1.75 io $4.50 j
D. & A. Corsets
A widely known corse, thai has made a reputation by the u ���
materials and sch ntifie methods in making and designing. Th,  prices      i
I
are intended to suit all purses. '.
From $1.00 to $4.00
he  repoi
this official had aroused bad feeling
in the city and caused bitterness in
the council, and agreed that the work
had taken an unconscionable length
of time. Yet he in the same breath
claimed that the audit was well worth
black   satin,   faced   with   pink.      The     ....
,.    . , ,,.       .        , , (Victoria)    wore blue with black hat
maid  of honor.   Miss  Josephine   Mar- 'd  whit��� stole    Mjss CoI.boIllll. pale
tin, wore blue silk with hat of black yellow with cl)iffon an(1 feather   nlff
velvet,   laced    with    blue,    and    both  anfl   hlack    ha,      Mrs_    v   c     Hrima.
bridesmaids   carried   pink   and   white combe'   (Enderh^    pink   and   white
";';!'' ' ,: 'gown, hlack hat and  marabout stole.
Miss   Wright   gown    of    meteor   blue
The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion with golden glow
;and  autumn   leaves.    At  the  chancel
I rail,  where the bridal  party  stood,
the money spent upon it. and express.1''3"' wllere tlle t,rUlal Part.v stood, a
1 bell   of   bright-hued   leaves   was    aus-
ed himself as anxious for the auditor j pended from an arch of flowers.
Mr.  Douglas    Tuck   supported    the
to continue the work. For one who
professes strength and honesty to display the weakness of inconsistency in
this way is���well we will say surprising.
with bt'.ck hat. Mrs. G. Bruce Corbould, old rose foulard and hlack hat,
and Mrs. Swinford (Vancouver,, black
and white gown with pink cloth
cloak and black velvet hat.
groom,  and   Mr.   Jenkins   of  Vancou-  *'
ver, and Mr, J. A. Motherwell, of this
city, were ushers.
At the conclusion of the church ser-  New Westminster Land District.    Dis-
LAND  ACT.
CORBOULDARDAGH.
vice a,reception was held at the home
of the bride's parents on Third street.
The   rooms    were    brightened    with
trict  of  New  Westminster
Take notice    that John    Ferdinand
quantities  of  sweet,  peas  and   carna- Jj*""; ��' *j*��a.   Islan,d'  f��CCUpf 1?D
tions. and in the drawing room, where fi"",er'  ,ntends  t0 app,y  for  "en,li's-
Mr.
and   Mrs.   Ardagh    received,   the si��"   '?  P"r��.a8e  U'C    tollowln8    ll<"
. ,   .       .    ,    scribed  lands
flower   scheme   was    carried    out    in i    ,,,,,���  . . .       ,     ,   .
Ono of the pretties,  of Ihe autumn   trailing  wild   clematis.    In the dining'    ( �� ��'��<""���">��    ilt    J    post    plan ed
weddings was solemnized on Wednes- room the tea table   was   decorated ^out   onc   '"'!'" '" ,'"'':1;'    i!""1'"'
wiih    the   same   lovely    IVnvers   am
Bmilax.
he groom's gifts to the bride wen
��lay afternoon. September 7, at two
o'clock in si. Barnabas church, when
Monica    Vera   Arabella,   daughter   of
Mr. an i Mis. Gordon E3. Corbould, be-la pearl and diamond necklace and ..
came tbe wife of Mr .Harold Vernon pearl and diamond ring, to the brides-
Ardagh, of High   River, Alberta, Bon maids  pearl    pendants,  to   the   best
*)f  Judge   Ardagh   ,of   Barrle,   Ontario.
The  ceremony   was   performed    by
tho  Kev. ti.  w.  Houghton,  rector of
the parish.    The hi ide, who was given
away by her father, was attired In a
lovely   white   satin   gown   with    trimming  of  old   lace   and   pearl   and   silver,   and   thc   conventional    veil
orange blossoms.   She carrie
cjupt   of  white   roses.      The   brides-'live at High Rive,
man  gol I cuff  links. ;.nd to the  ush
' is whole pearl  stick :ii:is.
Later the bridal ouple left fo,
Santiago, Cal., where J.he'honeympor
will be sj.ent. the bride travelling ir
a navy blue cloth coat and skirt wltl
a black and   white hat and marabou,
Or
andlstole and muff of elegant  gre
Mrs. A
Alherta
:, hou-  their return Mr .and Mrs. Ardagh wil
ead of Hillings bay, and about 40
'���bain- easterly from the Boutheasl
"ornc- of timber lot number 37341,
thence north 40 chains, thence east
In chains, tlience south 40 chains.
thence west 40 chains to point of
���ommencemenl, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN'  FERDINAND BAGG8.
Dated August 29, 1910.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THF DAILY NEWS
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CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY  CO.
Commencing Sunday, August 21, the
train for Kootenay, St. Paul and Chicago will leave at 15:05 instead of
16:25.
Passengers for Port Moody and
Barnet can leave at 16:45 and arrive
at Port Moody at IS.27. Ed. Goulet,
agent. ���*
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to Monday, September 12, 1910, for the erection and
completion of a Church Building on
Sixtli avenue.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the residence of Kev. F. S. Okell,
Twelfth street iind Eighth avenue.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
j. w. McDonald, sec
SANITARY    NOTICE.
At last a Positive Cure has been found for
ASTHMA
in the Now Famous INDIAN HERB CURE
Manufactured and put up in Victoria. B. C, by J. F. Fitzpatrick,
Address:    628 Hornby, Vancouver.    Fhone R 4845.
Coming to New Westminster Shortly���address  later.
This Is one more proof of the effllcacy of the Asthma Cure.   Hear
what the Victoria lady has to say about the Asthma Cure.
1123 North Park St..
Victoria, B.C., October 28, 190!
Mr. Fitzpatrlck. ���
I am writing this to let you know what a great relief I lane I ou
your asthma   cure.   1 have suffered from asthma for ten years, ano
have tried so many different remedies and   bave  found  nothing tna
have given me such great relief as your asthma    cure,    and by
liniiallv taking it, I think I will Cud It a cure.
MUS. MAV WITTY.
All rubbish and garbage must, be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
stieet. and Fifth avenue, where It wlll
he burned by the corporal ion.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other sireet or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw,
lly Order, S. J.  PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June 12. 1910.
ADVERTISE   IN THE  DAILY NEWS
JEWELRY
Our stock of jewelry In Gold, Silver  and   Gold   Plated  is  the  m��l
complete ever shown in Westminster.   Call and be convinced.
Chamberlin's jcw^r
Agents for the Howard, Ball, Longines  and   Hamilton  Watches.
Official time inspector for C. P. Ry.
���
���
���
��� ���
A Choice Building1 Lot on corner Fourth
Avenue and Fourth Street, all cleared. Price
$1600.   Terms.
Two Cleared Lots on Pine Street, $1050
each, terms spread over 3 years.
Choice Acre facing Seventh Avenue and
backing on Hamilton Street. $2600, only $500
down. I... ���
PORT MANN
We have the Exclusive Sale of several tracts
of Acreage in the Port Mann townsite.
See Us For Prices and Terms
DWELLING HOUSES
See our list of Residences for Sale situated
in all parts of the city.   Terms Reasonable.
Oliver Tynewriters. 10, 12 and 15 inch carriages. Small Cash Payment and $5 a month.
Call in and see one.
WHITE, SHILES & CO., New Westminster Agents
.ma**'..r��'>a^'*<r^m*** (v�� WT'
Lturdav,
SEPTEMBER   10,
iHE DAILY NEWS.
PORTING NEWS
,cS MAY Q'JIT JExawmwi mr have
UCROSSE NEXT YfAR     ucbosse attraction
PAGE FIVE.
JSEiaisasEsaE*^
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Watc^ Us
.lviW3BSB!5er��3rra-y*,j?:e'jj��'
I ays He is Tired of
.._ Money by Trying
ItoBeat Champions.
sneouve
Is a
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'��� ���       Teams
P C : E It> i    |
Wc have Moved to Larger Quarters
Business Demanded It, and can now
be found  at 708 Columbia  Street
���    the
jonea '.'    'i I
I ones ! it  bad
: a    prof,
It to New
.  anl inti .
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lied   Mr
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R. SiARRSS & CO.
The   "Red Cross" Sanitary Closets;   Tho  "Ajax"
Chemical Fire Engines; Tho Simplex Fire Escapes;
Aluminum  Advertising    Novelties���*' Advertisii .
That Pays.
J.   BROOKES.  Proprietor
WORKS��� Corner   Eleventh   and  C."line.
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CANADA INVADED BJ
AMERICAN FINANCIERS
omething Choice   for Sunday's
101 and order a nice mast of
Spring Lamb, Veal^Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the moat lino.   You can sure get it al
Mayor
Warn
of    Ottawa    Sounds    Note    ol
���a cf the Danger c' Can    a'a
F:esources  Being  Alienated.
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tit,
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and  '       ov, i es with
e citv.
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here m king ,   , mge-
Dominion and ...
United
lue coi
the contei u in an i ��� i
Ulress , I '. [can Ki
Invasi .
Otta        gave a,
'  ���   i nion iii Cam dian   '.    ilci
aim . . iv    foronto  n
ci ml;      I.i    worship said in par,.   "1
��lsh in be un l,  .       : al  I he outset,
as  nol   b< lng  opp, s< .1  to th,   Inv,
men,  ol  Ame, lean capital  In the Do
Welsh for r I ���    ettli
i for the L D i>
the endi ivors  minion ol Canada.   Whal we i i
the  U'n.f 'American   Financial   Im
���    '    ��� '-    One    :*  si ,n,' is the danger ol our natural r,
 lthal h" Wi the   Natl and    Vane uver   Boul  , .. whlch .,.,. .. ,    .,       .
"''���'  ; ;' ' '        ��� ' '    at the , nd  which are the birthright
'  in  *'���"' ,i!"'' be-  people of Canada, being exploited b
tween the Minto Cup games and the  foreign  trusts  or  combines,   for  th
������        lni lai  exhibit) ���:
Two of Con's besl men, llu. an and
1 R, Illy, lefl for tbeli hi mes In the
i as, lasi nlghl and It will be a weakened team which will be prepared <"
meel the Nationals in the event of
anv iian.es being arranged between
Niflht.'tbem.
i LEJFS OET BACH
BEAD OF CITV LEAGUE
Individuals of an-
|:!':.-. "j  Balmorals   .Last
i. ts Regain Place at Top of
Pe centage Column.
game   replete   with
the  Maple  Leafs  last
themselves to the head
ie l>y beating the Bai-
i  ��� ns   ,o   four.     The   Hals
bave a full team, only seven
I mu they went Into the
p irage  born of  despal,
e   looked   like   winners
I couple of acres  which
field, ��� i   only   Balmoral   fielder
nally wore him out and
ired   the   winning   runs.
layed .ood ball through-
ils'  team  was    as    fol-
er,     Smith:     catcher,
�����'���': lb, Sim-lair;   2b.   Ryall;     ss,
Stein; fielder. Canfield.
on the Maple Leafs will
igalnsl    Uie    Alerts    at  Moody
*. the Leafs team being picked
.        Roach, Silver, Bilodeau,
<xi. Jamieson, McMurphy. Storm,
P��y> Chater and Smith.   A double
!f' was to have heen played, but
ilmoral8  (ind  it. impossible    to
;,';' team together.    The game
patthre, o'clock.
illowin
FRENCHMEN   LACK  COURAGE
SAYS   SATURDAY   SUNSET
.��� A'
_   rals
Xew Westminster oughl to feel
grateful to the trustees of the Minto
Cup thai they have put a crimp intu
the demands of the eastern challenging team thai when playing for tlle
tinware al the coasl they are en,Hied
,o al leas, one eastern official in the
games, says today's Saturday Sunset.
That is one of the foolish contentions
pui up by all the eastern clubs which
liave to date challenged for the silverware, and while the Tecumsehs were
able to get away with It. probably ii
was because the Salmon Hellies were
in an indulgent mood rather than on
account of an., real meri, in the claim
se,   up by the challengers.
Nationals tried to ge, away with
the same gag and they were promptly
called by the trustees. Newsy Lalonde possibly thought thai New
Westminster could not survive with
only one Minto Cup series during the
season and that the coast champions
would probably be prepared to stretch
a point to get the Frenchmen here
this fall. That may have been one of
the reasons why he announced that
failing to get an eastern official to act
in Ihe cup games lie would postpone
the league standing to! the series until next year. But New
I Wesl minster stood pat with the result
Lost. Pet. that Lalonde soon decided that rather
ti .571 than pass up the trip ���>��il next sea-
"  son he would make the attempt with
Won.
. 8
. 8
. ,1
9
.400:
I
'"^MEDIATES CLASH
AT QUEENS PARK TODAY
and Sappertons will
noon In an intermedial.- Which will have an
am I,, ,- ing on t)10 champion-
tj    league.     The   game
I
I
JO|10�� |   :
point
!;        I  i.n;
i inn
���
01
���
me, Mi
1 ���:
.*, Regh
Leade
the team as it now stands and at
once. New Wes,minster will therefore have to defend the cup again this
l.ul agalnsl the eastern champions,
the games having been fixed for the
17tb and 24th of Ibis month.
Nationals will probably make a better showing in the forthcoming sei ier.
than did the .Mmi,real, thai is if they
don'I lose all their nerve on that 3000
,���. sharp at Queens mile trip to the Pacific.   The French-
| men have never I n accused of any
access of courage when off their own
preserves so llia,   unless , bey develop
new traits,    the,    will    be a beaten
team before tbey step on    the   field.
field, Eastman, Gifford,  Courage is required   tb   defeat   the
Ide home, C. Smith; In- Royal  City  foam at  any  place    and
rrison. especially before a Royal City   audi
ence.
The challengers come to the coast
with the reputation of being a faster
and heller team llian Ibe Montreals
though it is worthy to note that In
ih,-ir league engagemenl with the
winged wheel last Saturday the cham-
l ions bad one slip; ed over tbem. Of
course thev    had   the   championship
cinched  and   the  loss  ot that    e
could not affeel  the standing,
benefit  of wealthy
Other nation.
"The facl thai we possess, as Canadians, untold millions in oar mines,
forests, fisheries, water powers, public franchises and many other sources
ot wealth that might be named, is in
itself a great temptation to capitalists
of the L'nited States, who are ibe possessors of groat wealth gathered from |
similar source (but which are now being rapldlj exhausted In their own
land)  tO look  upon  this new  held  with
the hope and belief that with th, lr
experience, they can repeat here what
it now Impossible al borne. Sufficient
has happened within the past few
years to indicate clearly that there
are groups of American capitalists
who have reached Ihe conclusion thai
If they can secure franchises, privileges, or control in any way these
greal sources of wealth in this new
country, they will become the possessors of tbat wllich will be of enormous value in the future.
"We wish to make clear the distinction between the Investment of capital in all branches of Industry and
trade, anl the Investmenl of capital
to secure control by monopolies of
those natural advantages which make
the development of industry and
trade possible, and are the sole right
of the Canadian people. We believe
that the Dominion and Provincial gov.
ernments. as well as municipal coin,
eils, should be very watchful along
these lines.
"There Is not much, however, to be
gained by simply pointing out tiie
danger unless a way Is Indicated to
avert It; and we believe the profitable and logical way is for the people
to control and operate wherever possible, their own public utilities."
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I iTN��DRE6B^iNcl FITTING
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING-DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
PHONE 473
A
COLUMBIA STREET
*sw,sawj JK"��tw,T:atcB.-i^.t �����.-.-��:��� .mg jx, .arrwaar;vm���ss* ���orcirjwaraiwrtbbwsbsm,aiajsa*
s
Milh
Trading
Co.
Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR.  LATH.  SHINGLES.  SASH.   DOORS.   INTERIOR   FINISH.
TURNED   WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY  GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills   Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box  13?
We have both
the   Okanagan
and the Washington  Peach ,
Just Ready for
Preserving
Contractors and
House Builders
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
We have a full
Builders   Hardware
Before Building See Us.
Also Complete
money.
as we
Stock
line   of   the   Best
in this City.
believe   we   can   save   you
of   PAINTS   anJ   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.'j
the Regius
Pearson;
defence
ill. Fitzgerald;
li'ain:
cover
field;
centre,
Reison Enough.
rtunately, be Impossible
champions    to    play j
having
to
a team.���
Additional Locals
The Rovers go to Coquitlam today
to play football agalnsl the champions
there.
it the plans of tha local members
of the Canadian Manufacturers' association mature, the delegates to tho
convention al Vancouver wlll be in
New Westminster on September 22.1
ai a. meeting In Vancouver on Thursday, at which W. U. Gilley, L, A.
Lewis, L, B. Lusby ami Alderman J,
.1. Johnston were present, arrangements were made for the entertain-
'ment of the visitors and efforts will
be made to have them come over here
on the date mentioned. There will be
about three hundred visitors In all
and they will come trom all over Canada.
 I
H*fd. But  Profitable.
' r hard on New West-
to  he  called   upon    to
'���%.. .','" '-'in th
tgaffl this year after ; ;e,:;(Vt��� Bhow that National!
realers down u�� out |��vlnclble ;ul,i thai If Montr
through a much '
|S(,.,;; <- ������' - through a much hard
Bl e Vancouver twelve.
nnd i M   l!e1"09   are   game
II. - '   granted the request
1 ,l8h The west no doubt
1*1. the, ' ''"''"'tiers the best    of
the . ' ' retain the honors
lacipe,, r I   "me   this
���
Press.
season.-
Corbett    and    Miss
the Vitagraph   girl,
should   exercise   to
I .      I inner
UP the
les and keep them-  r
������ the great film,
��� Monday and Tuesday
but It
s are not
eals can
defeat them what should the West-
minster team do to them after the
heating the Royals handed out to the
Montreals ? That's according to form.
but then lacrosse Is a mighty fickle
game.
However, the opinion seems to pre-
vail tha, the Frenchmen will not do
much Letter than did the Montreal*.
The Nationals have the advantage of
being coached at the bands of Newsy
Lalonde whose one year al the coast
should have Btted him to master
of the mysteries about the play
of the cup holders. .last how successful Lalonde has i fen with
patriots remains to be ������
com-
MARKET
REPORT
There was a busy market yesteiday.
The weather was rather cold, but that
did not deter either the vendors or
the purchasers from coming In large
numbers. The day's dealings were
confined to the ordinary market business and there were no unusual features,'except that the prices of all
meats showed a slight tendency to decline.
Beef was brought In in fair quantities and all sold readily. There was
also a large supply of lamb and mutton offered for sale, but the demand
kept, pace with the supply. There was
a fair offering of pork
mand Improved Slightly, bill there was
no change in the price from that Of
lasl  week.
A good supply of veal found n ready
sale All kinds of fowl were In demand   by  early   purchasers  and  there
was little poultry remaining unsold by
noon.
A  good suppl  vof eggs was all sol I.
Fruit sllll continues to be Ihe main
feature     Of     the   market.     Yesterday
there was a glut of plums ami prunes.
They were brought In In large quantities ami the demand seemed to be
Strictly limited.
A good supply of cut and pol
flowers brightened up the market considerably. Inning the morning a good
auction sale of tigs and live slock was
held OS the marker square.
Official Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lb. 8% to oy2c
Beef, forequnrters, per Ib 7 to He
I, Huh. per lb < I Ic
Million, per Ib 12c
Veal,  large, per Ib 8  to !>c
Veal; medium, per lb Vi to 12%
Pork, prime, per Ib 12 to 13c
llggs, wholesale, per doz 40c
Kggs, retail, per doz 45c
Bu,ler, wholesale, per Ib 30c
Butter,  retail,  per  lb 35c
Fowl, per doz., live  $8 to $lu
Chickens, per doz., live $5 to 17
Broilers,  per doz $4 to  $5
Ducks, per doz  $9 to $11
(ieese,  each $1.50
Potatoes, new, per ton  $20
Onions, per sack    $1.50
Turnips, per sack  50c
Carrots, per sack 75c
Beefi, per sack  75c
Parsnips, per sack  75c
Apples, wholesale, per box ..70 to 00:-
Plums, wholesale, per crate 35 to 50c
runes, per crate  35 to 50c
Pens, wholesale, per box ..60 to 75c
de-  Cucumbers, per doz 30c
***
A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
Diamond Kings from  $15.00 to $200.00
Pearl KlngB from $2-50 to $15.00
Ulnas with ussorted stones ns pearl  and  diamond,  pearl   and  ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
Is Your
Home
Insured?
If not, why not. take ont a pi licy  in  one  of  the  independent  firo
Insurance companies I represe, t ?
The cost Is so small that you cannot afford to take the risk.
These companies are noted- for their low rates, and   the   prompt
manner which they pay their hsses. ,   ^_   , ,  ,
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657��ftl��mbiattr��.t ,r*
PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
^PTF.MBER
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD    OK    TRADE���NEW  w EST-
minster Board of Trade meets in fie
board room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tmrd
Thursday of February, May, August
and NovemtK'r, at tj p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday o!
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
;   Stuart-Wade, secretary.
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,   Guichon  Building.
Phone   681
Society
Mrs,   Ma,, hew
Somenos, B.C.
Trotter   Johnston,   of
Mrs.  Q.  A.  Allen  spent  a  few
in .^cattle during the week.
days
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
ancl Decorators.
Mr.   \V.   B.
mouth's trip
English is bacK
to  California.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
>   kind of job printing.     Midget loose
leaf ledgers;  Cowie Carbon  Papers.
Phone 55. P. O. Box 142. Old
' Dnllv News Block, Sixth street.
FIW'OS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, \\. ...
Martin.  Mus.  Bac,  811
Phone L615.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER        :
Miss Eastman is the guest of Mrs.
| Allan Mercer, a, Coqultlan for the
t week.
Mr. an.l Mrs. Lachlan McQuarrie re.
Icently spent a week at Harrison, Hot
t Springs.
a    s    a
Mr. .1. .1. Jones and Mr. F. ,T. llait
i have   returned   from   their    camp    a,
' Seche't.
'       ��� ��� .,_    ���    ���    ���
Mrs.   Farquhar Macrae.
The  party  of  Manitoba  anl   British
Columbia    teachers     who    have    been
touring the British isles, reached Dublin on Au. us,  ll'.    Their exec
the Lord Lieutenanl and Lady
deen, i�� view of their former aasocii
ti,ni   with   Canada, arranged  an   Inter-
os,inti  itinerary  for Ihe
visited  Trinity  college,
Uencies,
Aber-
museu,,,
Dublin >
the
astle.
Hunk    of    Ireland    and
The members of the local university club met a, luncheon at the Russell hotel on Monday. Professor Anderson Scoti, of Westminster college
Cambridge, and Principal Mackay, of
Westminster hall. Vancouver, were
the gnosis of the Uev. T. Wardlaw
Taylor,  M.  A..  Ph.   D.    Those  presenl
Included  the  Rev.  ,i.  s.  Henderson,
1��. 1911
Mr.  W.  I.  Hansf,
ningham and Mr
DROWN   IN
*���"��� I. \
'���'���  Ste* ;
i
M��OSE jaw.
Moose  'a
Laing   i   e
John   Monl 01 ..
employees   of
were i!i,,v, i;,  |
bi
of  her  mother
LABOR AGENTS
COAST LABOR AGENTSl MANA-
ger G. J. Svkes), 62 Powell streel.
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders
male help. Ring us up,
write if unable to  visit  us.
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMt
STEAD REGULATIONS.
the guest
Brymner.
Mrs. Hamilton Tovey
ver. stent the weekend
iting friends.
��     *    a
Mr. F. j. Mackenzie, M. L. .���
ju./, returned from a trip throu
i Caribou country.
m . .
for
wire   o,
Any available Domluion Lands With
ln the railway bolt iu British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by auy per
json wno is the sole head of a fauiiij
lor auy male ever IS years ot age, ie j     Mr. and Mrs
ithe   extent   of   oatt-quarter   seclloa   ol |ed    on   Friday
PROFESSIONAL.
; lbO acres, more or less.
Entry must be maae personally a,
*.,>. ���.,,���,_ thi local land office for the district
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS BARKIS-|,_ ^^ ^ ,and ,. B|,uaie Kalrv
tv^rs and solicitors, Westmin.ter i ^^ w however, be made on
Trust Block, Colnmbia strPe[- 'NP* certain conditions by the laiSer,
Westminster.    W.  J. Whiteside, n   mother   son   daugbter. brother or sis
L. Edmonds.  jter o{ an intending homesteader.
 ���  . j    The homesteader is required I* per
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUAKKlh &;form th conditionP connec;e,l ther-
MARTIN���Barristers and SoMcitois. | wlth under on9 n- Uie tonowiu.
Westminster offices, Rooms T and S  plang.
Gulchon block, corner Columbia and ]    ^    At |east slx m0nths' resident
McKenzie   stieets;   Vancouver   ��*- )upon and  cultlyatleB of the  land on
ach year
Mr.   and   Mrs.   Charles   W.
left   on   Thursday's    boat   for
home at Hazelton.
G. E. Corbould
last    from
I months' trip to Europe.
Mr.  and  Mrs  .Hugh  Jones
ceiving  congratulations   cn   the
to them of a daughter.
eturn-
threo
are rebirth
Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and
Mrs. .1. A. Insley, leave today on a
trip to Atlanta, Georgia.
ADVANCE
VICTOR RECORD
FOR OCTOBER
NOW ON SALE
Here are a few of ths many good thing* in the October List.
flees, Williams building. 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT,
Accountant. Tel.
Trapp block.
AUDITOR AND
R 128.     Room,
R. T. PRINCE. EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Ae ent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, city.
FREEMAN     HUNTING,     ROOM
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPH* AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Coumbia street. Telephone C-.
REAL   ESTATE
WHITE,  SHILES  &.  CO.
Real   Estate   and   Insurance   Agents-
City,  farm  and  Bumirban  propprty
628 and 746 Columbia St.
for three years.
(2) If the father I or motner. lf Ut
father is decasedl, of the homes,eader
resides upon a farm in uie vicinity of
the land eniered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied t��J
such person residing with the lathet
or mother.
(3) if the settler has his permanent
residence upon farmlug land owaea
by him in the vicinity of his home
stead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice la writing should
be given to the commissioner of Do
minion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leas?d for a period of twenty-one
years at an annual rental of Jl pe,
acre. Not more than 2500 acre?
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate o,
,flve cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
N'.TI.���Unauthorized    publication    ol
H\\a   ���>. oortls��ment   will     not  b��  pain
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI
loring. A new line of Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. 4G Lorne streel.
Phone R508.
The   Fall    Fairs,
e dates of the fall far
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEA.N
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia streel
phone R278- The place where i��'
dirt and dust is removed from tin
fibre���no, pressed in. Goods balled
tor and delivered.
through
er   country   and    coast    have
lee'i announced as follows:
N'icola Valley, Septembe- 14.
Kamloops,   September    28,   29    and
'in.
Vernon. September 15, i>i and 17.
Ar;rstrong. September 22 and 23.
Ke'o'-na. September 20 and 21.
Salmon Arm. September 23 and 24
Vancouver,  August  15  to  29  Inclu
sive.
Victoria.   Septeaiber   27    to    Octo
her 1.
New  Westmiaster, October  4  to  I
! inclusive.
Mrs. A. L. McQuarrie, Third avenue,
will heieafter be at home on the first
Wednesday  of  the  month.
��� ���    ���
The Rev. Hills, of Halifax, N. S���
was the guest of Mr. and  Mrs. John
McKenzie during last  week,
��� ���    ���
Mrs. T. A. Muir is home from
Prince   Rupert,   where   she   had   been
visiting her sister. Mis. Stewart.
��� ���    ���
The engagement is announced of
Miss Claire Corbould. of this city,
and Mr. F. W. Anderson, C. E,, of Ottawa.
��� ���    ��
Mrs. T. Wardlaw 'J y!or and daughter Edith, came hon. on Saturday
from a two months' visit to Banff and
vicinity.
��� ���   ��
Mrs.   Lionel   Williams   had-   a   children's tea party yesterday in honor of |
the   birthday   of   her   little    daughter |
Yhvtte.
.    .    .
Miss  Scnarley   Wright,   who   has
ibeen spending several  months in the|
[eastern   cities,   returned    home    las, i
week.
.    *    *
, Mr. W. Norman Bo'.e and Mrs. Bole
are home from a six   months'   visit
I with relatives in England and Belaud.
��� a    a
Miss  Hosmer,  who  has  heen   visit-:
ing her sister,  Mrs.  A.  C.   Eddy,  for
the past montli, has left for her home
in  Minneapolis.
��� *    *
Mrs. Jones and Miss Jones have returned from Victoria, where they
were the guests of Mrs. S. C. Burton
5787���" That Pussy Rag "    -   Peerless uuartet
lo inch 75c.
31792���"Love Divine"        Marsh-Maedonough
12 inch $1.25
10 lach DooMe Faced iUooni. 90o. (or the two.
,... "Come be my Sunshine, Dearie"
j Macilonough
16556 I fb) "Thc Arcadians"   Favorite Melodies
Red Seal Records.
8S24&���Gioconda "Cielo e Mar" Enrico Caruso
12 inch $3.00
6413.S���" Annie Laurie "
10 inch  $,.25
Purple   Label.
60023��� " What  good  is  water,
dry?"
12 inch fi.50
. IcCormnrk
Berliner Gram-o-phone Company
Limited, Montreal.
Sold in U.S.A. by Victor Talking Machine Co.
BflBai^HBH_ni__B_ai_B_BJB__HB__B_B__B^_BJUi
Write* for fr
catalogue of our
Record*.
ZM
WB**a7Z3cZ3*Y~~
Victor Records and Machines are carried in this
city by J. H. Todd's Music House, 419 Columbia
Street.    Call and inspect them.
j
LIVF.RY   STASLc.
KINo   UP    fcn*     .U,\
smart   turnout.     The
bles.
HACKS   A.M,
Fashion   Sta
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON   H.   AYLING.   FISH,   KKU1I
Game. Vegetables, etc,  Dean Block
next to Bank of Montreal.
FURMTURE
V. E. KALES, THE FUKMILHi
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
corner A. lies and McKenzie streets
Plione 170, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHSVA1TE, CABINET-
maker uud upholsterer, \2[i Clark
son streel (behind Buir block)
Furniture made an J repaliea. Mis
siou furniture in lir and oak.
WOODWORKING.
V Ul M1NSTEK SVUUUnUHlvi.Mj
Co., uuuk, office aud store fittings,
cabinet, sialr, showcases, maiiiei?
and u>iai| work. Designs and esti
malts luraished. J. Brookes, pro
prletor. Works: Corner Eleventh
��nd car line. P. O. boi 'ibt. Pnone
473.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
V C.  MONUMBNTAL WORKS. JAS
McKay, mannfaetorer end Importer
of monumental tewWears, hn ,��im��
R'one. **_. Satisfacttea maraateeo
<--<��'>imbla strict. New W��*t��ln��ter
HOTELS.
ONG'S   HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA   ST.
Phono 18. Newest and most n.-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine.  J. Trachy, Prop,
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone lOli. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
" 0. F. AMITY LODGE NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, cor-
ner Carnarvon and Eighth streets
every Monday evening at S o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. II. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O.. recording secretary;
���h W. MacDonald, financial secretary
PAPER
1
HANGING  &  DECORATING.
HUDSON. WALL PAPEK. KUUM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
banging and decorating. Sixth
street.  New Westminster.
for a fortnight.
��� ��    ��
Mrs. T. Douglas Sheriff, who has
been visiting relatives at Edmonton
for   the   past   eight   weeks,   teturned
home on Saturday.
��� ���   ���
Mr. and Mrs. John Hendry and Miss
Hendry, who have been traveling in
Euro,e, are now on their way back
to their borne ln Vancouver.
��� ���    *
Mrs. S. Mainwarlng Johnston and
Mrs. Hubert B. McBaln, of Vancouver, spent Wednesday in town with
their mother, Mrs. J,  S. Clute.
��� ���   *
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Purvis and Mr.
Alet Purvis, have returned from a
week's shooting at Savonas. where
they were-the guests of Mrs. Leigh-
ton.
��� *    ���
Mrs. Hubert B. McBaln will receive
for the first time since her marriage,!
at her home   24Sfi York street, Kits.  !
lano,   Vancouver,   on   Thursday,   Sep- ]
tember 15.
��� .    ���
Mips De Wolf Smith was among the
guests nt a tea given by Mrs. Oliver
Camphell at her home at Point Grey
on Monday for her daughter, Miss
Dorohty Campbell.
Opening of
New Fall Millinery\
Mrs. H. G. Moore has pi
MACHINE   WORKS.
B &CHAAKE MACH1NK U oUivo
Limited. Front street. New West
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macninery.
Mill plants and specifications pre
pared
Mrs. W. N. Carty will receive for I
the first time since her marriage, on j
Thursday aftemoon, September 15, i
and afterwards on the second Thurs-j
day of tho month.
���    ���
A  tea  under  the  auspices   of   the
Woman's   ainillla, y   of   St.   Barnabas I
church, will be given at the home ofl
iMrs. Allan P. Grant, Blackford street, j
ion Wednesday, September 14,
���FIRE  APPLIANCES.
There are no dead flies
when
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
1 IRE  EXTTVOUISHERS
est     i:i     fire     fbjhting
���R.   Harris   ti   Co.,   Lavery
;   Columbia street    Pbone C5G
THE LAT-,A11 Druggm,.
apparntus. j
are used as directed.
Gen����l
block,
Croceri   *nd
idl them.
Detle
Mrs. J.  K. Phillips and   Miss   Nan
Phillips left during the week for Toronto,   where   Miss   Phillips   will    le-
main at school.    Master Victor Phillips will attend school in Victoria.
I ���   *   .
Major and Mrs. Swinford. Mrs. Carey, Miss Duchesney, Mrs. Bruce Mac-
kedle,   Mrs.   Chrlmes,   Mr.    Whealler,
iMr. J.  S.  B.  O'Biian  and   Mr.  ti.  M.;
jO'Brlan, Mr. T. W. Anderson and Mr. j
iC. H. Cahan. came over from Vancou-
' ver on  Wednesday for the Corbould-
Ardagh wedding.
���   *   ��� I
A wedding of Interest to many in
New Westminster, took place ln
Christ church cathedral, Victoria, on
Saturday afternoon, September 3.
when Miss Gladys Borlase Perry,
daughter of the late Charles E. Perry.
Victoria, and ward of her uncle, the
Hon. E. G. Prior, and Mr. Charles G.
Johnston, of Victoria, son of Mr .and
announcing that
Fall    Snowing
pleasure  in
nave
her
On
she  will
ox    Millinery
Wed. and Thurs. Sept. 14 and 15
Tke exhibit represents the hest efforts of the Leading Designers, ana
accurately depicts only the newest
ana most fashionable vogues
HARRIET G. MOORE
548 Columbia Street
New Westminster,
B.C* >ir*iM ... ���..gs.vi
rdaY   SEPTEMBER  10,  1910.
lifwoi
.JonCbyusgives the ut-
'ostsatisfaction. Our equipment is modern. The Latest
| ention in a collar and cull"
Line has been installed.
"" lt Economic, Prompt.
IflVte labor only employed
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE  BKVEK.
NOTICE      REGULATING      VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
L
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. 0. Box 245.
Office, Front St.,  Foot of Sixth.
All  rersons  using  Columbia street
'"'  vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to Keep to the  lefl   hand side
tnl tbe car Hack while proceeding iu
'   '   ��� dire, ii m.
By order,
.1. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
niy Hall, August 12. 1910.
(oy^
al City Laundry
Phone 183
CANADIAN PACIFIC
111 Coast SS. Sailings
IfAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
...a    Daily
    I'ally
TO   SEATTLE.
    Daily
, Dally except Sal ui day
    Sat unlay
.
Do you  wain   to        .     ��� your
business '.'   Then see
AUNDER
FOR
I G N
��W83H_BBiQ!^g:asSM|gfflgasa
���   i  .   descri] tl >n,
signs i    ; <��� laity.
708 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
TO   NANAIMO.
ISLE HOLDS VAST
HOARD OF WEALTH
Saghalien's Resources Have
As Yet Scarcely Been Exploited By Industrials.
Dal
it
TO UNION   AND   COMOX.
   Mondays
.!   lays and Sai ui daj a
TO  ALASKA.
    Evi ry Sal ui day
'TO PRINCE   RUPERT.
ery  Thais lay and  Sat.
| iVART  (Portland  Canal).
    Evei :���   'I'l.in sday
��� i     New   We I   In
���. \Vi dnesday and
Chilliwack 7 a.m
: .'������   and    Saturdays
. apply ,o
i GOULET,
"  w  Wes, minster.
B.   FOSTER,
��     P. A., Vancouver.
Cedar, Fir and Hemlock
First ('!;.    Air Dried Stock
If you want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your wants, our price
will suit
B. C. Manufacturing Co.
Tientsin, Sept. I).���Few corners of
the ear, ii today present, such stories
of undeveloped resources as Sagha-
lien���the island north of Japan, that
by tbe treaty of Portsmouth, after the
Hnsso.laiane.se war, was divided between Russia and Japan. Russia controls the nor, hei n half and .F;ipa.it the
souihern poriion. and though each nation has gradually developed certain
industries the real movement has
only now set in.
The Island appears to be immensely rich In petroleum, in relation to which the Uusso-Chlneso bank
has Becured some concessions and
work has already been started under
tbe best possible auspices at Tohairo,
where a sale j.orl is available. A
Shanghai syndicate has also been
formed for the purpose of exploiting
exc, edingly rich pel, oleum spi lni In
am ther 1 allts and compel lng v. i, h
the Standard oil.
Good    Grade    of    Coal.
Coal  ol   excellent   quality,  superior
to tbe best Welsh anthracite, i- round
in many places almost  up to the sur-
���   bei ���   ta, e,   , otably   al   Pilevo,  50   degr, < i
Contemplating
IP
7
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City Property
V,'e have several lots on
Eighth avenue wbicb musl be
sold.    Call  and  see  us at once.
Port lim
In townsite, one-half acre lots
and  blocks  up  to  eighty  acres.
We have tbe exclusive sale of
the very choicest buys In the
townsite. Prices from J800 to
$2000 per acre.
���aWSttSJSMM
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
that  can be offered  Eor your    money,
and It i matter wh il class of
cabin i    di
THE ROYAL LINE
will lil] your wauls. First, Second ar.d
i'. I iu  accon :     :    .' -,   la  unexcelled whi     the Dii       . ���    Ice leavei
desin
The Nexl Sailings arc
Royal   George    Sept. 1
Royal Edward      Sept. 15
Royal George  Sept. 29
Royal  Edward   Oct. 13
E .Gouli t. agent ('. P. It., wll! book
: .     .  "   \ i i   these   steamers,   or
GENERAL  AGENTS���
The   Pacific   Coast   Fire   Insurance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Lo.in Co.
E��2asl
Phone 173    Lulu Island
Ll ��� Wm. Stapleton, gen i al    agenl.
Sr, ���; block, Winnipeg, Van.
iMmnniinn���imiii nn   I'liin   utti���rn
^TfciZJi. .^'.^ifcjgar ns*.- EggreragMffiaEfieaEa^as <r^a^_t**\-u_
D wight's
Cho
Price
<*OTf
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
latitude; al  Pjeverjaretzska, Bometen
mile,   furl h, r noi, li; al Agni\ o, ."! ���
latil ide, an I in Due, only fl
         iuI ���'   of   Al, i and, ofrnky,   i lie
only town in the island, with about
iiOOO ' Lb nts. .\i ibe tm i ting ol
the rivei s .\: nlvo and Amber, thi re
are also extern '''��� e coal de osll . ln
,', ;i        ��� I to >���'"en feel  thick.
Sail tiful   In    pure,  crj il 	
)\vt ,\ deposits.    A  Russian official has
already    secured    a    concession    for   !!. & V. "    ites" daily except Sunday
 able ana and recen       Leave, 23:00;  Arrive at 21:00.
govern   i       expeditions   havi   discov-   Vancouver,     daily     excepl     Sunday,
ered     is, fields in the northern     Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 23:00; Ar-
portions ��.: the Island.  China is a flne  rive al  8:30,  13:00, 18:00.
marke,   for   sai,   and   Siberia   will   be   Victoria,  daily  excepl   Sunday.   Leave.
still   more   sm.  especially   the  region	
alonj   the   Amur   river,   whei e   every   '    	
year fn ery esl iblishmenl s are '
spi Inf Ing up.
Vast Forests of Fir.
T; ef, are also vast forests tn Sa
ha'.ien, of which ihe white 'ir. particularly adapted far paper manufacture, forms a large portion. If this
limber went through the flrsl Btages
of manufacture on the island, so thai
tbe raw material could be exported
as pulp, it could unquestionably easily
compete  with  American  pulp in the
Chinese   and   Japanese   markets,   con-|
sidering   tbe   distance   ,he   American
product has to be carried.    The wind
is  also  admirably  suited  for  making
tea caddies.
Costly furs, both brown  and silver
gray  sables,  can  be  obtained  in  con-1
siderable quantities in  Saghalien, and
a Japanese fur merchant, wbo himself
began as a hunter, is now a million-1
aire.      Fox.   bear   ar.d   reindeer    are
found in many places, and the sea ot-;
ter whose skin is very costly, ls found |
Mn   the   sea   between    Saghalien    and
Kamskatka.
Sea   Teems   With   Fish.
The   sea   around    Saghalien   teems j
with herrings, salmon, cod and tlmin-j
! der.  but   tbe  only  people  who  so  far
I seem to have realized this wealth are
i the Japanese,  who every  year go in j
I thousands on northward  fishing expe-|
ditions.     Boatload   after   boatload   ofl
herring is brought ashore, where first |
oil   is   pressed   out,   then   the   fish   is
[spread  on  the shore for drying and |
then  again  brought  under the press, I
to  be  crushed  into  big  square  bales
for shipment to Japan for use as manure.
Tbe   herring   fishing   lasts   about   a
month, and when It Is over the salmon   arrive,   providing   a   still    more
profitable   industry.     Even   when   far
out at sea the trained dogs of the natives scent the salmon and raise a tremendous  outcry.    Everything is then
made ready to receive the flsh, a sort
of barrier having been built far out at
sea,   the   lines  of   which   the   salmon
follow  until  they are cornered, when
they can simply be shovelel up.    An
attempt has been made to send smok-
! ed salmon to Europe, hut owing to inferior      refrigerating      arrangements
abroad the steamers, this venture has
only   been   partially  successful.
B'.OO, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
B. & V. "States," daily except Sunday;  Leave, 8:00;  Arrive at 9:15.
C. <fc V. East, daily; Leave, S:30,
15: 15;   Anive at 9:25,  22:30.
Sapperton, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 8:30, 15:45; Arrive at 11:25
and 21:00.
fiaser    .Mills,   daily    except.   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:451 Arrive at 9:25.
Coquitlam,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive at Lima.
Cenl ral    Park,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at  13:00.
Edmonds,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave,  ll :00;  Arrive at  11:00.
Mast.  Burnaby, daily  excepl   Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 14:00.
Burquitlam, dally except. Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at   10:00.
Tlmberland, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday,
Leave,   14:00;   Ariive  at   10:00.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday;  Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Ladner, daily excepl Sunday; Leave,
1 1:20;   Arrive at   10:00.
Porl   Gulchon,  daily  except   Sunday;
Leave,  11:20;  Arrive al   10:00,
j Westham   Island,   daily   excep,   Sunday;  Leave. 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, dally excepl Sunday, Leave,
I 1:20;   Arrive al   10:00.
Annacis   Island.   Monday,   Wednesday
and   Friday;   Leave,  11:20;   Arrive
bi  10:00.
Annieville,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 11:20; Arrive al 10:00.
Woodwards,  Tuesday,   Thursday   and
Si i inlay:   Leave,  11:20;   Arrive at
8:30 and 16:30.
B.   &   V,   "Vancouver,"   daily   except
Sunday;    Leave,    14:20;    Arrive   at
II :00.
C iverdale, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 11:50; Anive al 11:00.
Porl K, lis, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 14:50; Arrive al  11:50.
Clayton, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday; Leave, 14:50; Arrive al  11:00.
Tynehead, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave.   1 i:50;   Anive  at,  11:00.
Burnaby   Lake, daily  except   Sunday;
Leave. 16:00: Arrive at 15:15.
It. & S. "States." daily excepl Sunday;
Leave. 15:45; Arrive al 15:15.
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25c
Remedy
SOLD ONLY AT
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* EYES  TESTED   BY   OPTICIANS. ���
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CHEAP HOME
6-Room House, between Queens
and Third Ave., close in. Price
$1575, if sold at once.
i
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The^New Westminster City Specialists
SEATTLE  WOULD LIKE
A SUNRISE COURT
Seattle. Sept. 9.���If he ls elected
justice of the peace, Joseph Ii. Anderson declared today he would seek to
have the city council establish a "sunrise court," proving that all minor
offenders shall be tried about five
o'clock in the morning, thus assuring
a ,|���iek administration of .justice. Anderson does not approve of the night
courts, such as are in operation In
N'ew York City, but he believes tlie
sunrise court will be a great improvement.
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75  per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR  AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT 8TREET.
New Weetmlneter.
Telephone S33.
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
518 Hastings Street, West Telephone 4327
Will Discuss Trade Relations.
London, Sept. It.���Lord Brassey intends to devote tbe greater part of bis
.presidential address to the coming
Congress of Associated Chambers of
Commerce to tbe question of trade relations between Canada and the
mother country.
J
Infantile Paralysis In Toronto.
Toronto, Sept. 0.���Infantile paralysis, which for months has been epidemic In Hamilton, has Invaded Toronto. Archibald Kennedy, a street
railway motorman, and Roy W. G.
Mllllken, departmental manager for
Ryrle Bros., are dead of the disease
after an illness of four days.
For Australian Mall.
London, Sept. 9.���Tenders    are    invited    for    the  Australian-Suva-Honolulu-Vancouver steamship service.
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I Weekday Schedule
X Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50,  6:20, 6:50,  7:20,
* 8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
f Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,  6:50,  7:20,  8:00
* and'every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
J Return Fare:   Adults, 60c;  children  under 12, 35c.
* Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for Vancouver   at   8
* a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. ni.
�� Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at 8 a.  ra., 9  a.  m.  and
* every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  m.
f Sunday Excursion Rates:   Return fare. 50c; children, 25c.
* Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
* at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p.  m.    Freight cars leave Van-
J couver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
i CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
* City  Limits  Lino--20-mlnute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
* StinJay   Service���20-mlnute  service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
�� Sapperton   Line���20-minute  service from G:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
* Sunday   Service���20-mlnute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
| B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  (jEpTE
If you buy your Ammunition from us, you
will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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M. Hodgson is confined to his
with an attack of tunsllitls.
n 'in
Oft on a. -wintry day
That tbtk the house confines me,
My SWAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Ot 'ncy holidays around me.
Opera house moving pictures. Be
sue and come Knight. 7:yo and 9
o'clock. **
Gilley Brothers are cectingn new
shed for the storage of plaster and
cement on the end of    their dock .
For carnations, sveei peas and
dahlias, phone Davies g:<*enhouse,
It 1!08. **
Hays-port will have a n.iiKo-.i ;nd a
half dollar cold storage to he completed early next year. Particulars at
W. J. Kerr &. Co., Ltd.
Allan Purvis, general manager of
the B. C. E. lt. Chilliwack line, wen,
to Sumas yesterday on a tour of Inspection.
Tlave.port lots sell for $100 up per
lot, tin easy terms, $10 cash and    $n
per month.   Particulars W. J. Kerr i
Co., Ltd.
Kev. C. W, Brown, pastor of Q jeens
avenue Methodist church, will ' ondlR.t
the annual Harvest Home se ^^ _t
Ladner tomorrow morning Rnd evej.
ing.
Quick delivery of all houge fnrnlsh.
inga bought at Fates f. 0ur gtock ig
complete, the price   . the lowe8t     a*
The dredge K' i)g Edward will go to
Nanaimo as s J0n as some siigi,t le.
pairs are mr Je t0 her_ Ti:e pruijling
has resume^ her work at the Sand
heads.
The Standard of Empire, just to
'ham',,  of which  Charles   E,  Sands  is
The officials of (lie Wesl minster La
crosse   club   were   notified   yesterda'
thai the Nationals were on their w
west   and   would   probably   arrive
Tuesday.
ay
on l I
A special attraction will br
at the Edison theatre on M' ' offered
Tuesday when 5000 feet of jndny and
ing James J. .leffries' tra! fllnl depict-
a few days before the fling quarters
fight at Keno. Sole, ��� championship
tween Miss Flore 'tinc boxing be-
James J .Corbett 'l��� TllrIier and
(lucecl will  also  be  ropro-
Dr. Stokl. -     (
to China, w'     / Norwegian missionary
of labor's'      �� 's ret inning to his field
day  in   I      -ter spending a short holl-
.18  old   home  after  fourteen
���bsonee, will preach in Trinity
dran)   church,  across  the  river,
teven  o'clock  tomorrow  morning.
the evening Dr. Stokk will preach
j the Vancouver Lutheran church.
Our New Add
��
years
(Luth
at
In
Tate a KODAK and a few |poo^ot|10fji"'afienti ^tiMm a very flattering
EASTMANS     DEPENDABLE     NON-1   ft       -
CURLING  FILMS  with JMMM*JOU   *��&^��g��
can enjoy every moment or this >ears
vacation all over again at any time.
KODAKS from $10 up.
BROWNIES from $t to $12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial  Exhibition fhis fall.
We can explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
issue    of
the
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Curtis Drug Store
No trace has yet been found of
George Keid, suspected Of having mur
dered his wife at Clayburn on Tuesday, although he is reported to have
been seen near Lake Washington.
The  Misses Connor and  McQuarrie
have pleasure in  announcing to    the]
ladies   of   New   Westminster  and   (lis-
trlot, that they are having tlieir new i
fall  millinery opening on  Wednes lay ,
and  Thursday,  the  14th  and   15,h  of
September.   They extend a cordial Invitation  to you to be present  at  the
opening, in which the most Important
featuies of the latest models are offered.    The new millinery    parlors    are
over T.  H. Smith's    store,    rooms    1 ;
and 2. **
The quarterly meeting of the West- j
minster fiesbytery will he held in
St. Andrew's church, Vancouver, on
Tuesday) when arrangements will he
made for the induction of Rev. W. R.
Kerr, M.A.. into the pastorate of the
First Presbyterian church. Prince I
Rupert. The induction of Mr. Kerr
will take place on Thursday.
Look    Into    the show    window    of
Fales' furniture store today. **
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long     Distance,
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
7-1;
New and Second Hand Stare
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
The steamer Selkirk an ived in
port on Thursday with ISO tons of
Tacoma plaster for Gilley Brothers.
The Belfast came in yesterday with
220 sacks of cement for the same firm.
How championships are won and
lost, by James J .Corbett. See Edison theatre Monday and Tuesday. A
sensational picture. Extra to the ordinary show. **
The   Bishop   of   Xew Westminster
land Mrs. de Pencier will be at home
|on Monday afternoon at the see house
from  four to seven  o'clock, and  will
be i leased to receive the citizens who
I desire to meet them.
j C.i ls wanted to learn millinery busi-
ness. Apply at once Mrs. Mooie, opposite i o^t office. **
The Public
Supply Stares
Our floor space is much enlarged. We hope that in a few days everything
will be 'completed so that we will be able to serve our customers to the best
possible advantage.
We are busy rearranging and adjusting the stocks of all departments.
We trust that under the new arrangements, shopping here will be a pleasure.
Our efforts will be to make our customers feel at home in all their dealings
with this store.
In a few days more we expect to have our complete new stock marked off
and on display in the various departments. You will find plenty here to
interest you.   Watch our advertisements.
New
First Showing of
Fall Coats
The announcement regarding the arrival of the new fall coats will be welcome news to many cub
tomers who have been awaiting tlieir coining. The models now on display indicate with absolute certainty the trend of fashion for this season. Our coats were personally selected in the European anj
Eastern fashion centres. Materials most In evidence are tine broadcloths, heather mixtun diagonal
weaves in light and dark colors and colored tweeds. Those now show are full length and cut in
graceful lines that conform to the figure with neatness and gracefulness. Karl, coat Is perfectly tailor.
ed, lining and trimmings are first class. We cannot here enter Into any detailed description of any ol
the garments, but extend an Invitation to every woman to visit tie coal Bectlon and examine
display.
There v.ill he    a    moving    picture
matinee at the opera  house at  2:30
I this afternoon.   Tne feature picture of
All kinds of furniture bought ^ .il- wl'' ;'? ;ThP��� "*"���  a"d
��       Shadows  of Chinatown,    said  to    be
(one of ti.e best of the lecent Alms.
and sold, Have you Furniture   to  sell?
ring up No. 275.
Hays-iort has a great future;
ture   to  sell:   See   me or ticuiais at w. j. Kerr & co��� Ltd
par-
('   f
late
The Cental Mv
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
1 The marriage took place yesterday
i:t the. residence of J. N. Aitchison,
Sapperton, of Miss Annie Alsbury, of
Sail] erton, and William Gordon, of
I Vancouver. Rev. E. 0. Thompson, oi
[Knox Piesbyterian churcn, performed
the ceremony.
Hays-port has the G. T .P. R. running through it and a large wharf
nearly complete:!; also telegiaph line.
Particulars at W ..!. Kerr & Co.,
Ltd. ������
GIVE   US
The next show at the opera house
will be "Going Some," a dramatization
of R?x Beach's novel of the same
Inane. The plot is laid on a western
ranch where some Vale students have
TRIAL'some funny expeiiences with the cowboys. Tlie show is a continual roar
of  laughter all  the  way  through.
STORAGE
H.
P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 175.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eivetroagh
Cleining, Sewer Connecting. Cess
Fools, Ceotic Tjnks.  Etc., Etc.
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in tbe   "~  ���
Deane Block
Four doors east, of the Hank cf
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
I City Market
on
Columbia St., No. <4L
.  ����� "r.'l.ter. E. C
Hays-port command the very best
as a fishing centre and will be a sec-
end Grimsby. Particulars at V.'. J.
Kerr & Co.. Ltd. **
The meeting of the Women's Auxiliary of tre Royal Columbian bos] i'a ,
called for Monday afternoon, lu:s bee,
postponed to Tuesday afternoon al
three o'clock, In the hoar I of trade
room. The change was deci led on
because of a meeting Monday afte.--
noon of the Women's Council.
Five acres within the townsite of
Po,t Mann were sold >es:crday by
W. S. Roso to J. A. Motherwell for
{600 rer acre.
Hug!, Logan, arraigned In the
police courl yesterday mo, ning on a
charge of brutally beating lis wife,
was bouiul over to keep the peace.
You Need
groceries at all times, and our
store is the right [dace to make
your purchases.
We have the best groceries ia
town. Our bottled and cnnnel
goods, flour, butter, eggs and
other staples are noted for their
excellent qualities. They make
good eating possible, and that
means good health.
We Deliver
your goods to your home, and
save you the trouble and inconvenience of your carrying then.
Call at. our store, and leave
your order for what you need,
and our boy will deliver your
goods very promptly. We don't
chai ge you extra for this.
Adams
Phone 92
Hundreds of New Dress
Skirts Now Heady
Here again we announce our readiness to serve in thc showing of the newest models In women'
dress skirts. You will Iind these In the new section now occupied for tlie first time by the r, idy-to
.���ear  section.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
SeirtOn Approval 1
To Rksponsiblr Pbopi.3   *' 1
Laughlin |
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM PH
er/.o InK Pencil
Your Choice of
$
Thejt
Two
Papular
Articles
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to any
addrett
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Some Special Snaps
'��  THESE WILL MAKE VOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second streej. Excellent rlew. Streets on three sides
of  this property.    $350 each.   Terms.
10 lots extendi^ from First to Second irfreet. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets pn three tides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
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i
Kvery pen guaranteed
full 14 Ki. fcclid Uu (1���cut
���ti rifcht hand may he hail
in e.ihcr our itandaid
blnck o{KKjtie jmtirt ii, or
(^���������breakable Traaapa<��
rat, as iWircd. eitHrr in
yplnin <��r capravtnt fintftlt,
as piecrrreH.
Yen tr**.-- ir- IM��� r,. n    .   Wert, j
Kyen tteiMtthtUji wn>Biwltffl I
ft Mttar    ftMi. .*  Omit  )..ti  r..,, pa j
cute   Ier  urnm in}.�� int. .,����� >,
w.irm   ii    *m*f r-tlrr IM^tS,  If  n
tattrely   MUffMtorf  in t***iy   r
N "��������� retn-n it m. i ����� wit) ..ml E
)on $1.16 (or il.
Cl-Taj* iirrlfonrfamf.rp ��rM 1
repnter  I****   ���'������*   ]���k   jfencll��
I .<.ni|.!i-t�� Irnk ��r..,.f tn,���vlt. may I
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ftarbtt oi iltrtfiptMi Vnr, writ.* t. ���
any ������;:!��� at (H.��t t tich. ThQm
Bum ( *r%\f\ . ,.} fced, .ri.llinl
p��int, pn!^hr<l wle��nb��4 mMf"
rftM��,   tftra rtiU   finf^h.     Retiril
i  s��erTwh��r<   for   $lM,        Irrnts |
nn*t   " )e��t you forget."    A.Mrvtr f
* Laughlin Mfg. Co."
Majttllo Bldj..
���ttrtlt If irr,
Opening Night, Monday,  Sept. 12tl
���V*
An
Investment
in Knowledge Always  Pays
the Best
Interest
Modern Business School
610 Columbia Sireet. A. L. BOUCK, Principal.
************
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
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HE        DAILY        NEW
JADVERTISE  IN THE
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