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 Port Mansi
PROPERTY.
i WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 5, NUMBER 19E
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Standard   Make $5   P��r   Month.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C.,  FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1911
PRICE FIVE <    .ITS.
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BOTHA LOSES      APPEARANCE OF STREET
SEAT IN ELECTION   syilPillSES m��� "H
Premier Defeated By Sir J.
Fitzpatrick���-Nationalists
In the Majority.
Visitors from Toronto Astonished    at
Moderate Cost of Illumination-
Praise Thoroughfare.
���   esburg, Sept.   l6.-��The posi-
: ,���  political parties    at     mid-
Nationals.   83;    Unionists,
:   .   indents, il;  Labor, l.
es Percy Fit/pat rick d< ft i!
��� >,  (-ion. Louis i'.otha. premier; Sir
Farrer defeated tlie Hon.
i  . . minister of finance.
own has gone solidly Union-
meson  i Unionist l, oi    raid
. feated his Nationalist   oppon-
: i to 602.
Hot ha. addressing a large
��� petoria, said: "I shall do
��� tu stamp out racialism."
-    FT  FOR   RECIPROCITY.
|i,. one Will  Be  Started at First
Cabinet  Meeting.
Sept. 15.���Convinced   tha!
i unit ual wish tor reel] roclty
Ip 'iait. at the coming i ���
nlted States cabinet In Octo-
ii. begin   active negotiations
I. move will be the opening ot
| ns by the state department.
Pn Taft    dei Ived   encourage-
i sir Willi id Laurler's    re-
| eches on  reciprocity.
li      -   learned   in   Beverley  today
Hritish    ambassador,    Mr.
-  consented that  the  nego-
le   carried   on   directly     hell...- nada and the United States.
e hope of President Taft that
|:          tie end of October the repre-
ea of both countries will come
11        . reemenL
I A party of eastern financiers visited
the city yesterday as guests of Arthur
Malins, coming over from Vancouver
In li. . . Roger's motor car, he accompanying the visitors, who were E, IS.
Osier and W, 0. Matthew!, of Toronto,
I directors ol the C. 1'. It., ami It. Mar-
polo, assist am general executive of
i be Bame railway.
Only a short tin <��� was spent in
We [tminster, but even that little wa i
��� nough to make the Toronto men
realize that Yonge streel la nol the
onlj thoroughfare on this continent.
After gazing up and down Columbia
���!| el and adn it ina the Hassam pave-
ment and the pink sidewalks, the vlsi-
turne I their attention to the
lighting Bystem, When informed thai
the cost of lighting up Columbia sin et
was only fifty dollars per month they
expressed their surprise at the
moderal i cost. Mr. Osier said Columbia streel was the finest thoroughfare
he had ever seen.
After Bpendlng some time at the
Westminster club the party motored
to Fraser Mills, where a call was
made on A. 1). McRae. managing
director of the company. The easterners later visited Porl  Mann.
MILLINERY FASHIONS
ATTRACTIVE THIS EALL
Latest Creations of Fashionable Headwear Displayed
InTJp-to-Date Parlors.
AUDIT IS DISCUSSED BY
BOARD OF TRADE MEMBERS
EIRES IN SURREY
NOT SO BAD NOW
RangersReportlmprovement
���Men Who Started Fires
To Be Prosecuted.
:est   COLLEGE   "GRAD.
\r it nus of Williams    College    Celebrates 100th Birthday.
Resolution   Favoring     Continuing     in
Office of Moses B. Cotsworth
Finds no Seconder.
"Ninety per cent, of the citizens of
New Westminster ate in favor of the
continuation of the audit by Moses 8.
'������    ark,   N.   J.,   Sept.   IB.���William   Cotsworth;   two  or  three  men  in the
,J|��i    -. of Summit,  N. .1., the oldest [city council do not run this city, and
I       college graduate in the United it is time they knew it."
\r        is to lay celebrating the 100th      These were the startling statements
If   ereary of   his   birth.   His   most  made by Alfred Hardman at the meet-
1...      valued birthday present is    a ing of the board of trade last night.
Se'.   of  felicitation   and  COngTatula- I Tne meeting was Just ahout to break
Ifr'tt lrom  the  president and  faculty)up whet) Mi. U.iiluian stated that he
I       llllams college,  his alma  mater. ; tnought that it came within the prov-
.ankiu was graduated from Wil-  ince  of the board of trade  to    take
J      s   seventy-nine    years    n. o.     He ! cognizance of the actions of the city
r      born in  Elizabeth on September  council In regard to the audit.
1810,   and   still   is   in     excellent I    He moved that the board go on re-
palth      For  thirty-seven  years  prior j cord as favoring the continuation    of
11   1888 Mi. Rankin was president of the audit, and it was when some ob-
:      Presbyterian   hoard    of    foreign Ijections were raised to the introdue-
):      ;  n8, tion of the subject that he made the
remarks quoted above.
He got no seconder to the motion,
although several  of  tlte  board  mem-
' hers were of the opinion that the mat-
��� Ill, papal legate to the Eucharistic \ tel. si10lli(i be left in the hands of the
ongress, took    Ms departure    from 1 munlcipni committee to Inquire Into,
here today for Ottawa.   After partici-j    Dr   Holmes, as   chairman    of   the
i iting in mass at St. James' cathedral j municipai committee, was not anxious,
bi     as attended to the Windsor street jt0 undertake the job without definite,
-str ion by a large gathering of clergy | instructions  in  tegurd to the  course
and citizens.    The cardinal  and    blsji,e was to pursue,   lhe board did not
suite first proceeded to Valleylleld to;geem l0 lje inclined to provide the in-
apend a few hours as the guests ot i structions.
Bit    -p Bmard,    continuing    later    to      George Kennedy remarked that    it
Ottawa. was hardly for the municipal commit
tee or the board of trade to handle
and suggested that it would be better
left In the hands of a meeting of citizens, if such a meeting was thought
to be necessary.
George Small was of the same opinion.    He stated that    the board was
Cardinal Leaves for Ottawa.
tit real,   Sept.   10.���Cardinal   Van-
FRENCH   AVIATORS
OBJECT   TO   CONDITIONS
Alfred   Le   Blanc   and   Hubert   Latham,  two  famous   French   aviators	
announce tbat thev will not take part;not sure that the government would
in the race for the International Avi- grant the request of the council tor
ation Cup to be held ln the United ithe cancellation of the appointment of
StateB in October ! the auditor and in the mean time it
"Under    present   conditions,"   said | was too delicate a question   for   the
Mons, Le Blanc at Havre, "there ls a [board to tackle. '
nr ng possibility that neither 1 nor President Lusby ruled1 the discus-
Hubert  Latham   nor   Labouchere   nor! sion out of order as he did not think
. * . .  i . . 1 1 �� .. aaaa .ma J* nll.lnr f   1 Wl
other  members of the   French   team
will cross the Atlantic.
that the question    came    under    the
scope of the boat.I of trade and the
.  (loss ine  rtwaiiiu. ""iv  -���   ���    ,    , ,,      ,,     i
Why'    Because of the hindrances  matter dropped there.    Mr.  Hardman
The fall millinery season is now in
full swiii;; and in New Westminster
the parlors of the different milliners
are crowded all day by anxious seekers after the latest Paris sensation.
The ��in.lows ot the different stores
are given over to millinery displays.
Mosl of the displays In the city tire
both extensive and attractive.
Mrs.   Harriett  G.   Moore.
There are Bigns of fall in the beautiful millinery parlors of Mrs. Harriett
o. Moore ,on Columbia street. The
fall millinery season has arrived and
all the latest creations of Paris and
New York may be seen tastefully displayed there.
The feature ahout the hats to he
worn this fall is tneir great variety.
There is no preponderance of huge
hats or pf small hats and no particular color is so prominent that it impresses the visitor to the store as being common.
However, the new shades ln bronze
and brass seem to catch the fashionable fancy tiiis year and there is no
doubt that there wiil he many hats of
this attractive color worn.
The revival of the heaver is another
striking feature of this yeai' s display.
At Mis. Moore's rooms there is a
great varietj of these hats; some
large, some small aud iu all shades
and colors. '
There is a large white heaver with
pink and    white    ribbon    trimmings]
which is very artistic.
There are some striking hats . In
the turban style. On Mis. Moore's
tables there Is a very large black velvet turban with a tall white cossack
shower plume. The bat is exceedingly
simple and yet the great white
feathery plume surmounting the soft
dark velvet, makes it one of the prettiest creatious iu  the room.
There is a smaller turban of black
velvet with a dull silver crown which
is also very pleasing. Something new
is a lea cosy turban of black lace and
velvet trimmed with pink ribbon.
ln the window is one ot the most
attractive hats In the display, lt is u
wide black crepe silk hat with a large
bird of paradise plume. The effect of
the clinging yellow leathers on the
black background makes the effect
very charming.
One of the most attractive outdoor
hats is in a poke bonnet style male
of black and wnite lace with black
and white pom poms.
There is a beautiful creation of
hlack moire silk and velvet witl} gold
lace and black pom poms. It Is a small
drooping hat and is one of a style
which will he much worn this season.
Paisley facings seem to be popular
In large hats. There is an immense
black satin creation with willow
plumes and paisley facing which is
very striking.
A hat with a Russian pony brim
with a short crepe silk crown is a
charming 'novelty. A Russian pony
motor hat also attracts attention.
Hats in the new shades of brass
and bronze, with chanticler trimmings,
are much in demand and are extremely attractive. One in mustard
and black with bronze wings has a bewildering color effect and is one of
the most charming creations In the
parlors.
Mrs. Moore states there Is no one
particular style in very great favor
at present, but the popular tastes
seem to be extreme styles. The butter bowl hat, of which Mrs. Moore has
some fine examples, ls somewhat extreme and yet It looks well on persons of a certain type. The hats that
come well down over the eyes are
greatly In demand.
EIGHT YEARS WORK AHEAD
FOR SALMON RIVER MILL
Company    Owns     Extensive    Timber
Limits���New Style Water Wheel
for   Fire   Protection.
Timber Agent James Leamy returned yesterday from Surrey, where be
has heen inspecting the fires, lie
states that as a Whole they are not
as had as they have been for the
past several days, but they are still
dangerous and will be until there is
a heavy rain.
"Its a shame to see the people pulling the stuff out of their houses and
piling it in the load." he said. "There
is hardly a farm house which is not
in some danger and in many places
the peril is so Imminent that the people nave piled all their household
goods in tue middle ol the road.'
When asked as to how the fires
started, Mr. Leamy stated that most
of them had heen started by men
With  penults to clear land.
The one on the Clark estate, a place
Logged by Sullivan and Hyland, seems
to have heen started hy donkey en-
gines. The one at Strawberry Hill
was probably started by men dealing
the land for the Square Deal Realty
company, of Vancouver.
Mr. Leamy stated that there had
been gross carelessness on tiie part
of some people who set the fires, and
if there is any proof against them
they will he brought to justice.
Chief Fire Hanger Neil W. Johnson,
who is fighting the fires In Surrey,
telephoned a report yesterday to the
government office. He was very hopeful, stating that the many fires reported had heen temporarily checked and
unless a strong wind arose tbey would
soon be under control.
There   are   still   no   particulars   of J
tlte fires reported from up the river
and on the main line of the C. P. R.
Captain Mayers, who returned yesterday from White Hock, estimates
the damage ln that district at from
117,000 to .20,nut), this including about
800 cords of shingle bolts, valued ut
I3D00.
Postmaster Philps, whose store and
house were completely destroyed, will
rebuild immediately. Mr. GoarJ will
also rebuild.
After the fire had burned down his
| premises, Mr. Philps was surprised to
discover that about, a hundred chickens of prize breed, the foundation
stock of :v poultry farm which he intends running at White Hock, had
escaped cremation by crouching in a
ditch alongside the road.
J. Roper's house, which stands on
the bill surrounded by cleared land,
had a narrow escape from fire on
Monday. The women and children
were all ready to leave during the
itfterncon. but at the last moment
they refused to go, remaining to fight
the flumes. By their assistance tbe
house was saved. As a result of tlte
hard work he did on tbat occasion,
Mr. Roper has since been laid up, and
is still unable to leave his bed.
The Salmon River Lumber company, of which w. a. Simpson is president, and George W. Johnston manager, has just commenced cutting
lumber at its new mill on the Salmon
river, close to the Balfour road. The
mill, which cost about $20.nun to
build, has a capacity of 30,0oo te >t a
day. and will ship its product over a
spur line of the li. C. B, H. which has
heen built  right to the plant.
The company owns extensive timher limits, enough to keep the mill going at full capacity tor elghl years.
A novelty In connection with the
fire protection system for the mill has
been introduced. This is a water
wheel at the foot of a big dam, tbe
wheel being used to operate a pump
for the water pressure. Instead of
being placed upright, as is usual, the
wheel is set flat, heing driven by the
rush of water through an outlet pipe.
Equally goofl results are obtained as
with the ordinary type of water wheel
driven by the downward rush ot
water.
B.E.E.II. SURVEYING FOR
LINE TO DELTA DISTRICT
WILL ENTERTAIN
EASTERNERS Th*. SDAY
Members of Canadian Manufacturers' Association To
Visit New Westminster.
got no seconder for his motion.
CANAL  PROJECT.
and the unsportsmanlike conditions
Imposed upon us by the Aero Club of
Ai erica. As a result, I suppose, of
action hy the Wrights, the management wants us to sign an engagement l Movement started to Have Dominion
1 ':������ we will only take part in the, Dq Georgian Bay Work.
'! >st for the International Cup. Ac 0Uawa gept m.���lt is stated that
cording to the Aero club's conditions I Ge()rglan hav canal project will
e are debarred frpm competing, lor . ))e a njmlnent feature of dis-
accepting any other prizes. Even ��' at ,hc forthcoming session of
Ittlna   that   I   or  another   French i,, __.,      U),,������ah ���  nrivate rom
admitting   that   I  or  another   hrencn | '    ���      nt    Although a private com-
competitor   win   a   money   prize   tha,ti chatter to do this work,
may be offered with the cup. we sha11! Jnn.lonees are heing brought to bear
n��   have the right to accept it. ,     government take up the
We will  never sign  the   engage- ���i?Y"    a fl"tate   undertaking.   The
submitted to us, so that unless I |)uiln ment advanced is that   tbe
will  not.   he,    .    , .   ,    ,......���    .um    HeveloD-
withdrawn   France  will  not.   be I -*~-'-"JJj^   from    the    develop
e resented In the International oon-j^J ()|. the walei. power wm,id   be
Intel
,_ , sufficient to pay interest on the cost
wrenee L. Gillespie Is chairman ����� undertaking, u is known that
he Subscribers' committee of the . movumeut for a definite decision
i national  Aviation  meet wbicli  is matter has some very influen
tial for some time ln October.   It ����� *������*
nol   definitely  settled   where   the tul s��PP��. u
la"' will take place, but Mr. Gillespie
aays that the event ls opened to all
alike. The latter Is an enthusiast of
'"e absolute success of the whole af-
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No Oriental Labor
Winnipeg, Sept. 15���William
fah.
,'�� addition to the $50,000 In prizes w       .........    ..      .
* ready offered two additional   prizes ��� Mackenzie,   pes Jut   J   the
<>  110,000 will probably be announced ��� Canadian  No   letn railway, in
��� portly, j. c. McCoy, who is In charge ��� an interview-he ie said tha this
* * this matter, is In hopes tbat these �� company ^^Jfgjl'gg
*�����".    wn,   come   from   some   source1* of     tabor   o r   ho   .���*   ^h
\vh
���  win   come   rrom   some   souicu ��� i��     .��-���  --- British
in the next few   days.     One   of ��� ""der construction in   Britisn
;.'""��� Prizes  is to be offered to the ��� Columbia, uid had_no Weao
lr*< aviator wbo shall reach an altl- ��� attempting to secure   Oriental
"ule of lo.ooo feet during the Belmont ��� labor
Hark
meet, the other to be offered for ���
'nt tannest cross country flight
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W. S. Collister & Co.
The millinery display of W. S. Collister & Co. this fall is well up to the
standard set by that firm in recent
years. Under tho able direction of
the head milliner, Miss Uennet, the
store has been supplied with a mag-
nlficlent display of all the latest
shapes and shades in fall millinery.
Although the parlors are not entirely
finished inside since the alterations
liave been made, the hats themselves
are so attractive that there is no attention paid to the unpalnted wool
work and other signs of the unfinished work of the carpenter and the
painter.
ThflfiQ has heen much attention paid
to different styles of hats varying
with the different hours of the day.
Tbe hats for wear while shopping In
the morning are invariably small and
compact, but some of those for evening wear are marvellous creations
both as to size, material and color.
For rlghtaway wear the Dresden
shape and trimming, of which there
are some excellent e::amples In W. S.
Colllster's store, are attractive and
will be worn to a considerable extent
this fall.
Gold and metallic laces and cords
are attractive features of many of
this season's hats. In black, .velvet,
which has regained all Its old popularity, some very pretty effects are obtained with the use of attractive lace
of heavy and dull tones:   ���'
There is a large drooping hat on
the tables which .JLs-vpty..*ttxa$VWe.. tt
is of black WkwfiwP a^gdld- crdWn
and trimmed with a black ostrich
plume.
One of the neatest and most artistic
hats in tlie display is a black velvet
picture hat, the crown ringed with
white owl's heads with white ospreys
at one side.
Fur and beaver will be worn to a
remarkable degree this year. Hats
of this material come in all shapes
and shades and seem to have great attraction for the ladles. They are
generally made up ln soft warm tones
and although they have the appearance of being heavy, they are In
reality quite comfortable and serviceable.
Turbans there are in profusion. The
shape Is not so well defined as It was
last year, but the type is the same as
of old. One smart new turban with
a high plain side and bowl shaped
crown in green, gold and brown attracts much attention.
One of the large outdoor hats
which attracts much favorable comment, Is In old rose. It is a large
drooping shape with facing of Persian
silk and ctown circled with ostrich
plumes also in old rose.
lilack is a very popular color, especially in the larger bats, and blue is
also worn to some extent, lu the display there is a large dress picture hat
in Copenhagen blue with a gold
bandeau and the crowu covered with
blue marabout.
One of the novelties of tbe season
ls the all feather list for street wear.
These hats are necessarily small as
they are made entirely of feathers,
facings, bands and trimmings. In
most of them pheasant feathers are
used, but in some peacock breast
feathers are ln evidence.
Engineers  Now on the    Field    Doing
Preliminary     Work,    Although
Nothing Is Yet Decided.
Vancouver, Sept. 1">.���..We have a
party of engineers at present in the
field at Ladner looking into the situation there preparatory to a consideration of the proposition to construct a
tram line from Vancouver to the De'.ta
district," announced Assistant General
..Manager Glover, of the British Columbia Electric Railway company today.
Mr. Glover went on to say that although the company had not as yet
come to a definite decision to connect
up the rich producing district around
Ladner with this city, full attention
would be given the application of the
Vancouver city council and the Delta
board of trade for a line.
It wiil be remembered that some
time ago the mayor, one or two aldermen and a number of prominent
citizens were the guests of the D:-ita
board of trade, and had an opportunity of looking over the district. The
need of close traffic connection with
the city of Vancouver was pressed upon them and so clearly did they see
the advantages of a line linking up
the two places that upon their lettirn
the city council passed a resolution
asking the British Columbia Electric
Railway company to extend the cemetery car line on out to the .North Arm
bridge, from there across Lulu Island,
and thence furnish a means of crossing the main river, putting in anothei
short line to connect with the town
of Ladner. Mr. Glover, who was present during the trip, stated that he was
greatly Impressed with the situation
and announced that engineers would
be sent out to make a preliminary examination. This has been done and a
report Is expected within a few weeks
At the time of the visit of the
Vancouverltes the question of transportation over the main channel of
the river was taken up In an informal
way, but no decision was arrived at.
A hri.lge over the river has been
suggested, but the general idea Is that
it would prove too expensive and the
proposal to cheapen the cost of the
structure by extensive fill-ins over
the islands in the channel opposite
Ladner is rejected on account of the
fact that these islands are largeiy
composed of slit, and therefore are
not any too stable.
It has been said that to build a
bridge at the point mentioned at the
end of the cemetery road, would cost
about $1,000,000. An alternative has
been suggested, and that is that the
Biitish Columbia Elecjtric Railway
company maintain a J ferry service
over the river. Mr. GlOver would not
say today what action vS'onld be taken
but remarked that the company would
doubtless adopt what appeared To be
the most feasible means of transportation should the construction of the
line be finally decided upon as seems
very likely.
A discussion for the ways and
means for entertaining the delegates
of the' Canadian Manufacturers' association when they visit, the city next
Thursday occupied the attention of
the hoard of trade for some time last.
night, li was finally decided that
they should he given a trip on the
river to Eraser Mills, inspect the mills
and then go down the river to Annie-
ville so as to get a good view of the
town from all points. They will
probably also be taken around the
city in open cars, If these can be
secured.
President Lusby asked the members
to do ail in their power to Induce
members of the association to come
over here and see the city on some
other clay besides the one on which
they weie scheduled to come officially,
lie was of the oplniop that every
effort should be used to impress the
manufacturers with the Importance of
New Westminster as an industrial site
and they could not get a good idea of
the possibilities of the city when they
were all here together.
The manufacturers arrive in Vancouver on Tuesday, ln the morning
they will hold a business session. In
the afternoon they will he shown
around Stanley park and in the evening a reception will be held. On Wednesday morning will see another business session, and tbe afternoon and
evening a trip on Burrard inlet. On
Thursday the day will he devoted to
a visit ta New Westminster and to
Eburne and a general trip around the
country. On Friday the members will
transact the finishing business in the
morning and In the afternoon will
leave for Victoria.
Several New Westminster men will
attend the reception on Thursday
evening, and while they are heie
every effort will be made to give the
visitors a favorable Impression of the
city.
When Secretary Wade reported
what had been done at the meeting of
the railway commissioners, namely,
that the commissioners had listened
to representations made by the board
and that he has every reason to hope
for a successful Issue, President Lusby rose to remark on some of the actions of the board of trade. He
thought that in future the board
should thoroughly investigate and understand what they wanted and what
they asked for before they asked for
it. He thought that it might be well
for the board, in future, to leave the
matters connected with tho Great
Northern on the south side of the
river strictly alone.
E. Goulet agreed that the hoard
had got into a nice mix-up on account
of interfering with the railway situation in the Delta.
A. Hardman suggested that in future the efforts of the board be directed towards getting tbe Great Northern ,
train to come to the market siding
every day and that anything outside
of that be left alone. There was no
further discussion of the matter and
It Is probable that the board will not
Interfere again.
D. S. Curtis brought the question of
express rates from Eastern Canada,
and It was referred to the transportation committee without discussion.
HOPE TO DISCOVER
LOST CHORD VEIM
Dawson, Sept. 15.���D. J. McDonald,
who has been the superintendent iu
charge of the work on the Dome Lode
properties the last two seasons, left
this morning on the steamer Dawson.
Mr. McDonald goes to Vancouver.
Manager Warner, of the Dome Lode
company, says:
"The departure of Mr. McDonald
does not Interfere with our work on
the Dome properties. We shall continue to push the work with hopes of
soon striking the Lost Chord vein."
Editor Will Run.
St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 15.���lt was
predicted here today that James Gray,
an editorial writer on the Minneapolis
Journal and former mayor of St. Paul,
will be the Democratic nominee for
governor of Minnesota Instead of former Governor Johu LlnA, who was
nominated.
Connor and McQuarrie.
The millinery parlors of the Misses
Connor and McQuarrie this, year present all that Is latest in the world of
millinery. Every, demand of fashion
seems to have been anticipated and
met by this firm and their parlors
have been crowded ever since the
opening.
The most popular colors there are
old gold and navy, blue, and In almost
every style of hat these colors predominate. There are many high turbans asked for and indeed, the turban and its many modifications seem
Portuguese Contest Election.
Lisbon, Sept. 15.���The Monarchists
of the opposition contested today the
election of twenty-six members of
the government party. Parliament wtll
not be convened until these contests
are decided.
���������������������������������������������������
���. ���
��� Predicts Democratic Victory. *
��� New   York,   Sept. 15���That ���
��� the   next   congress    will    be ���
��� Democratic by at least thirty ���
��� ls the opinion of Congressman ���
��� James D. Watson, former Re- ���
��� publican whip In the house. He *)
��� has been campaigning for Re- ' ���
��� publican  congressional    can Jl- ���
��� .dates  through    eleven    states.  ���
��� thla year.             , *
Borden Going to Camp..
Ottawa, Sept. 15.���R. L. Borden, accompanied by George P.er'.ey, M. P.,
left today for Echo buy, on tbe Upper
Ottawa river, where they will go into
camp for ten days. Later on Mr. Borden wlll address a number of political
meetings ln Ontario.
Mill and Lumber Destroyed.
Montreal, Sept. 15.��� Fire caused
$100 000 damage at a lumber mill and
planing mill at Corao, Que,, today,
about half a million feet of lumber
being destroyed.
(Continued on Page Four.)
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Murderer Sentenced to Hang.
Moptreal, SepLMU-TTlmothy Candy,
Who last May murdered two city
policemen while being placed under
arrest for theft, was today sentenced
.by Judge St. Pierre to be hanged oa
Friday, November 18. ���m
\-.
PAGE  TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FBIO.y. 8EPTEME0, ��� .,
Ciassifieil Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE AMERICAN UNIONS        WESTMINSTER OPERA   HOUSE]
SLAP BY CANADIANS
WANTED.
WAN, ,1,-A GENERAL   SERVANT,!��� PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
must   he  able   to  do   plain   cooking.   Head  Office        -        4d1   Columbia  St.
All lv  48   Royal avenue. Nevv  Westminster.  B.  C.
i  ,��� 1 '���   Branch Office Kamloops. B **
WANTED���LOAN  OP $2500  ON   IM-
proved city property before October
1.    Write Hex 0. K-. News office.
HECTOR   McCAlG,   Manager.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
WANTED���A  WAITRESS  AT ONCE.   SIXTY ACRES In section 30, township
Premier hotel. 8, prairie land.   Price $126 per acre:
.1
one tl Ird   < ash,
two years.
balance    one    and ;
Federation of Labor Complains of Autocratic Policy
of Outside Leaders.
Monday, Sept. 19th School SuppEi
(204-A.)
WANTED���DRESSMAKING, 00 OCT
by the day or at borne. Experienced .	
and good  tit.    328  Eighth street. THIRTY  ACRES  In  s::tion 36, block
WANTED. BY SEPTEMBER IS. CAP-
able woman or girt as general help,
ahle to do plain cooking preferred.
Sleep home.   Apply Mrs. H. S. Kennedy, 41S Eighth street.
Montreal,  Sept.  U.���Some seventy
delegates   representing the numerous
range 1 wes:   twenty acres  c.in.l(li:iI1   ialK)r organizations
T. Cosgrove Presents
Hall Caine's Towering Success
which
;> no:
cleared, witli new house an.l barn;
good  water
Terms     over     eighteen
 (1'^A,) | in the city hall today
 ��� ��� ��� ���       ' "We   are   pleased   to   report."   read:
WANTED ��� A SMALL FURNISHED  FIFTY   acres   in   section   32,  b'eck  5;t!le    executive's    report,    "that    the
house September 15 or    October 1,|    north, range 2 west. N. \V.  D.;  ab iofforts of American  unions to retain
co to make up the Canadian Federa-
ier    acre.  Uon of Lal,orj were present at the see- ,
:hs-  ond  annual convention  which opened
"The
��
by young couple who can ghe unquestionable references. Write A.
V.. care this pap*..
WANTED  IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
flrst class lady clothes honors and
two shirt polishers; two dollars per
day and fare, Klectric Lace fi Silk
laundry, Vancouver.
WANTED���LADY CASHIER, STENO-
grapher with experienced preferred.
Apply   at   once.   W.   S.   Collister   fi
fto.
solutely the best subdividing 1,:'��-1 their hold in Canada is being
position in Port Mann tli. t. ict to- gradually and surely weakene 1, and
day. why ? The terms are one-l^g tope that they v. ill realize the
fifth cash, and the balance over i hopelessness of tlieir cause, show a
TEN YEARS, with interest at fi per sense or justice and common sense
cent. i. i'1-A.) :a:)ll   withdraw  from    their  autocratic,
 ��� policy,   which,  if  persisted   in.   means
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27, ruin to them."
block 5 north, range 2 west, N.W.D., ���'��� concluding their report the
on new Yale road. $800 ier acre; executive adds: "We hope, during
$2500 cash, balance six. twelve and|t'ie coming year, to see gathered into
eighteen months at 7 per cent, in-, our ranks thousands of comrades who
teiest. (222-A.)  have been put outside the    pale    or
i unionism by the    narrow    and    auto-
SURREY cratic policy of the American union-,
 . ���  ; 160 ACRES on  the  Scott road  within |tem ol toda-v"
\NY EIGHT WORK FOR j    six     miles    of    New  Westminster,
daily, by English lady.      Price $S5 per acre;  one-third cash,
balance  six,  twelve    and    eighteen
months.    Investigate this.     (208-A.)
With FREDERIC CLARKE in the
Leading Part, and a Powerful Cast
AND   EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
A T
MOREY's
665���Columbia Street 66S
New WestminsUr, g q
SEATS ON SALE AT TIDY'S FLORIST STORE
WANTED���TEN  GlItLS  AT    ONCE;
apply  Royal City  steam laundry.
WANTED
a few hour
Apply  Mrs.  Wixey,
street.
320    Columbia
WANTED BY WORKING MAN.
room and hoard near Eighth avenue
and Twelfth street. Reply K., News
office.
W A N T ED ��� HO U S E KEE PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box A.A., this office.
Sir   Wilfrid's    Love    Story.
'When Laurier was a young lawyer
[in Arthahasca." says M. O. Hammond,
0f writing in September Canada Monthly
(formerly   Canada-West I,    'where   by
[the wa)   may still be seen his former
I otlice.   bodly   bearing  his  shingle,  al-
****************************************************
10  ACRES  in   northwest    quarter
section  lit, township    2.    $200    pe.-
acre: one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per    cent,    in- ,    ,
terest (201-A )   t'101^'! be has not handled a brief foi
_..'_  many   yeais,  bis  lungs  were  at  one
time thought to be seriously affected.
I Dwight's  Cholera
Price 25c
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J. HENLEY
WANTED���A  CARPENTER. WALSH
Sash & Door factory.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
bousework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���Cheap, two acres on Lulu
island, apply after 7 p.m. to J. M.,
301 Columbia street.
FIVE ACRES in  section  18. township
8, on Newton  road.    $150 ier acre
Terms over two years.
LANGLEY
(91-A.)
FOR    SALE���AIREDALE
puppies,    pedigree.      Cheap.      The j
gamest hunting dogs produced.    45
Columbia street east   Plione L2522. |
FOR     SALE���TWENTY-TWO    FOOT |
launch in first class    condition;    a
snap for $150 cash.    Apply SIS Kennedy street. New Westminster.
and in this connection a pretty story
Is told of the romance of the premier's life.   While attending law school
in  Montreal, Laurier   became   deeply
attached to a young lady in the house
FIVE   acre   tracts,   consisting   of   the [ in  which he boarded,  who had  some
most   fertile   soil   in   Langley     dis J years before come up froma farm near
tricts, cleared and In a high  state [Arthahasca.   The attachment grew to
of  cultivation:   tram  line    runningflove   and  promise   of   marriage.   I'n-
through the property;    good    roads fortunately,   at   this   stage   Lauder's
on   all  sides.    Piice  $175  per  acre health   gave   way,   and   the   Montreal
and up.    Terms, one-fifth cash, bai-  doctors   thought   he   could    not    live
anee over three years. hong,   under these circumstances the
���   |engagement was broKej. and Laurier
TERRIER [Through our branch    office    at    Kam-lwent    to    Arthahasca    In     wretched
Remedy |
NEW  WESTMINSTER. E. c
.Telephone   R   113. Office:  p
Ml St,
SOLD ONLY AT
1 Ryall's Drug Store \
t EYES TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS. *
*********���******'******************************���****+**
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOK     KENT  ���-  FURNISHED    BED
room. 424 Third avenue.
FURNISHED MED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 713  Trew stre t.
to
loops we have received some of thej health, and, as   most  people thought.
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call   with but a short time to live.    Soon
and get particulars. | after his arrival he consulted a local
**"������~>��~~~^~~~~-.^ ~ ^ ' doctor, who told him he was not  sei-
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD. |��ue8'^Vion- toT* care'" mi*'a
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager. ��� Will you give me a certificate to
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia  St.   that   effect?'    asked    young    Laurier
New Westminster. B. C. ���    ger ly.
Eranch Office     -     -     Kamloops, B.C.      " 'Certainly,' the doctor replied.
���-_���__^_-___���_______________        "The  certificate  was   given  to  Latt-
": rier who headed for Montreal to show
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD. ,;t t0 ,iis former lad-v low    ln th��
meantime  the   lady   had   made  othei'
iendshins which might have  proved
HOME FOR SALE
5 Rooms, modern, full sized lot, land in the rear.
Situated on 5th Avenue near 4th Street. Price only
$2100. Terms 1-2 Cash, balance to arrange. This
must be sold within 8 days, as owner leaves the city.
P. PEEBLES
(Successors to Ha'e Brcs. & Kennedy.
Lirr if ��d.)
TO  LET���FURNISHED  ROOMS.  AP-   Over  Merchants  Bank. Cor
ply    upstairs  Trapp    block,    corner and Begbie Sts.
Columbia street  and Clarkson.
New Westminster, B. C.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable fur-
nisbed   bedroom   suitable    for    two'^OR city,    residenti.il    and    business
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 8th St. property,    farm    and    fruit    lands.
���������;    water frontage, and  B. C.  Electiic
HED-j    and Canadian Northern railway ter-
Applyj     n.inal acreage, apply to
; lasting, but the return cf Wilfrid witi
Columbia the assurance of probable good health
land  long life, brought  the lowers   to-
ether  again.     That   woman   is   now
ady Laurier."
Phone 335
TO     RENT  ���  FURNISHED
rooms     703  Third  avenue,
after S p. ni. or between ? a. m. and
5 p. jn. at  Room  14. 623 Columbia, -._,_,_,_._-�����
street. KENNEDY
Railway Time Tables
TO    RENT ��� NICELY    FURNISHED ��ver Merchants  Bank.  Cor. Columbia
room   suitable  for  two.     Handv  to I   ��� and  B**9**ie  Sts.
business section.    Apply 12<1 Tenth : New we��tm'nster. B. C.     Phone 335
street.                                                         -
TO  RENT.
PORT MANN
UNFURNISHED    FLAT, j LARGE LOTS   (66x132)   on   Johnson
apply     813    Fourteenth I
five
I
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
RRH9     I m I w**k ��ay Sc"*OM,#-
OlWJJ.,     L.I U.\ cara leave Vancouver for New West,
minster at a:aU, 6:5u, 7:20 and 8:#0
a.m., aad every halt hour thereafter ;
until li:Jv p.m.
Car* leave New Westminster for Van
couver at S:50, 6:20, 6:54. 7:20 and !
f :00 am., and every bait hour there-
after until 11:00 *.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Car�� leave Vancouver for New Westminster at h:oo and HXH/ a.m., aid j
every   half   hour    thereafter   uatil-
11:30 p.m.
Cara leave New Westminster for Vaucouver at S:00 a.ni., and  evry Hid
hour thereafter until 11  p.m.
Tenders for Sidewalks. Eburne   Line.
The corporation is desircus of    re- : Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7 ,
.-- ��� ceiving    tenders    for    concrete    side-)    a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
LUST���UNE DOUBLE EAGLE WITH  Walks ��" Alexander.    Begbie,    Lorne. j Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m.  aad
diamond    setting,    between    G.  N. (McKenzie,  Sixth. Church  and    Clark-'    every hour until 10 p.m.
freight depot and Hub barber shop. Ipnn streets.    Plans, specifications and IOn   Sundays cars  leave   Westminster
Suitable reward.    Apply  X.,  News j further particulars   can    be obtained     at 8 a.m. to lo p.m.
office. I from J. W.  H. Blackman,    city    er.gi-IOn  Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
Tenders to be delivered to the j    8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
TO    RENT
modern;
street, above Eighth    avenue
minutes from car line
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store In the K. P. block; suitable
for stoie rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester.
Sec. K. p. Trustees, 517 St. George
stieet.  City.
LOST.
road;   .200 each; $10.00 cash, $10.00
per month.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
LOST-A   POCKETBOOK   CONTAIN-1undersigned not later than five o'clock
ing sim    of    money    and    checks. Jon September 19   1910
Finder  return  to  the    Royal    City j W. A. DUNCAN   Citv Clerk
Dye works aud receive tewerd. September 12, 1910
D.   J.
Stewart,  Local   Manager
Westminster.
New
LOST ��� ON SATURDAY AFTER-
noon, a gol 1 watch and chain, either
on Columbia stieet. or between
Third avenue and Pine street.    Re-1
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
^_R!tm1^y_News o*��,Ij.JggX'g fcrftgj*.
LOST���LADIES'     SILVER     WATCH' !le 1"th tn*t�� for lhe Potion of as
with  gold  chain, between   tram of
isistant to the City Tie;isurer.
-  --���|        *m*���     ���        ���������-..,        *��� -a   *   ���*   a   a.   t, llil,l|        \J . ���    1 . .,
fice an<J Tliird street.    Suitable re-     AW��Kanta must be capable    steno-
Great Northern  Railway.
Leaves New Westminster 8:17
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p. m.
Leaves New Westminster 10:30
a.m.:   arrives  Seattle  3:15   p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:30
p.m.;   arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves  Seattle  8:05  a.m.;   arrives
I
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such pi pie
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances ha'f-yearly.
"'���"siness   Accounts   opened
favorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW   WESTMINSTt   ,   B.   C.
#       BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURE^^C���
Triple screw,  T4,d*'; tor*.
8.S. MEGAN i.^,
Twin   screw,    n.soo   tors.
largest   and   most   modem.
commodation  equal to any croi��>
Ing  the  Atlantfc.
The
A:-
I
Just the time for a New Suit!
Your old one is getting to look shabby. Our stock
of Fall Suits and  Overcoats  is complete.
New  Patterns,   New Stylet.
For Rates and Tickets App'y to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Mnde to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39  Alexander St.
I
PUBLIC NOTICE
District   of   New   Westminster.
TA4%E notice that, I.  William  Rob-
V G. N. R.���Port Guichon,
Leave* New Weetuiinster dally, ex-
TiLcn-e having furnished    rooms    to,ert  Dlcli. of  Vancouver.  B. C:   oooti-  celJt   Sundtaj from   bridge   passenger
let duiine fhe progress of the provin- Ipatlon   real >m^��e de. ler,. Intends to  station   3:50'*tktx).;    arrives   at   Port
cial   exhibition,   are  ask>d   to   kindly [apply for permission'to purchase the f'",("flon 6:30 p. ra.-. ,
leive   tbelr   names    aud    addresses,'following described lands: Leaves   Fort   Gulchon    8:00   a. m.
Tilth the number of rooms they have) Commencing at a post planted !rta"v' except Sunday: arrives at New
to let. at the secretary's office. Thorn-'about twenty chains nc<rth from the Westminster bridge passenger station
f-tti  block,  where there wlll  be some'southwest   corner   of    Timher    Lease K^-'1 a.m.
j erson in attendance, up to the date j 3$7fip,    Texada   Island,   thence   west! 	
rf the exhibition, to receive this In-'eichty   chains,   thence   south    eighty ' G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
formation. Numerous Iiqtililes have cb.-lns thence east eighty chains.; Leaves Sumas GOO a nr arrives
.-.trendy heen received as to the ac- tlience north eighty chains to point of [bridge passenger station New West-
rommoda! ion at the disposal of the eomn-en9e^ent, containing 640 acres ItHHs'or, 10:20 a.m. dally execept
fcotels, and pi Inile residences. mo: e .ftr-les*. Sunday
W. H. KEARY. WILLIAM   ROPR1T   PICK.     I    Leaves   New    Westminster    b-ldg'e
Hftn*�� end . e-et.-.rv. "Ancouver,    n.    C,    fe.texber    (1,   t>.-iiwn. pr stntlon  3:56 pm-   thrives
P. O. Cox EP, Ne-T Westminster, B.C.  1510. Sumaa 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
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
i
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C
W l
I
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Marfef
BOWELL A ODDY
j Corner Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
For all klnda of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Press*
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
near Tbe Dally News Co.. 609 Victoria'
Btreet
������', _. . ,��a==g=g
Try  a  "WANT" ad  In  The NewS-
It will bring rrsults.
_i\ .<   : ^i*���n��iPT����i
lDAY, SEPTEMEBR 16, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE Til HEE.     "[
gank of Montreal
V       ESTABLISHED 1817.
, ...    $14,400,000.00
lc_p|TAU    ��� 11,000,000.00
|p��S��RVt 	
ea throughout    Canada    and
. nd,  anu   in  London,   Eng.
WeA ve�� i'ork, Chicago and Spokane,
"cV   and   Mex,c0   City'     A   Seneral
��� isiness     transacted.    Let-
P lr r edit isBU.-o.   available   with
I ldentg in    all    parts  of    the
*or' . Bank Department��� Deposits
�� ln  sums  ol   .1  und upward,
II i allowei at 3 per cent, per
Knim'i (present rate).
Total  Assets  over  $180,000,000.00
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G, l��. BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
ransfer Co.
!(e Thoue  116.       Barn  'Phone 13i
Columbia   Street.
pig^nge    delivered    promptly    to
any part or ths city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
0CF|CE���TRAM   DEPOT.
NEW  YORK  TO  HAVE
TIPLESS  HOTEL FOR WOMEN
.   ^ew    York.    Sep,.    15._A    Upl
"otel in .New york, an Institution that
many persons think should take rank
Wlth lh<- other "seven wonders of the
world," Is to bi med on November
'���'��� fhe new hotel Is to be for women
exclusively, and its establishment is
due to the activity ol .Miss Virginia
Potter, niece of the late Bishop Pot-
ter, Mrs. Henry Ollsheimer and several other Influential women,
The hotel will be a combination of
the t luce houses al No,,. 226-230 Easl
Twelfth Btreet. A guest will nol hav
to Bll her hand with dimes to dis-
tribute on the way from her r(>om to
the sidewalk. She may even push the
hiition for ire water or order tlie porter to move her luggage without fear
"i the ever-presenl hold-up. Any employee found accepting a tip in the
hoti I. which is to be known as lhe
working girls' home, will have to look
' ' where tor a job, Rooms and board
may be had from $3.50 to Si; a week.
FOR WESTERN CANADA
COMEDY SUCCESS IS THE
DRAWING (ARD TONIGHT
Signor Rossi, Who Claims to
Represent the Italian Government, Gathering Data.
"Going   Some,"   Fun   Compelling   Present, tion,   Is to  Occupy Opera
I '
House This  Evening.
Aged   Woman   Dead.
Bt.    John,     N.B.,     Sept.     If,.���Ann.
widow of .lames    lhi'.l.    is dead at  th !
Mater Mlserlcor liae hos] Ital here, in
her one hundre I and sixth year. She
had been in remarkablj good health
until ten days agoi
SANITARY    NOTICE.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F, G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Westminster  Trust   Building
New Westminster, B. C.
hone ��51 Residence   Phone   133
0. Box  395
Phone  730
Murphy & Craig
IU1
Heating   and   Plumbing
lng   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial   Block
All  rubbish  and  garbage must   he
j removed   to   i he   foi I    ol    Sixteenth
Btreel and Fifth'avenue, where it will
be burned by the corporation.
Any  person  or   persons   who  dump
! garbage  or  rubbish  of  any  kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
I lane,   vacant   lot   or   public   property
will   he   prosecuted   under   the   provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June 13. 1910.
iur.
LISH WATCHMAKER
VECTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
Edmonton, Sept. in.���There is a
movemenl now on foot, by the Italian
governmenl at Rome, to locate thou-1
sands ot Italian farmers and agriculturists of the host elass on the untenanted lands of Western Canada.
The promoter of the movement, Slg-1
nor   E,   Rossi, commissioner   of   thej
Italian depart ment   of emigration   at
Rome, is in Edmonton,    lie has just;
completed an extensive tour of Canada, made on behalf  of the  government   for  the   purpose  of   gaining   in- j
formation on the country, which will j
be distributed among the farmers of
Italy, who are contemplating emigration.
Nol a small part of Signor Rossi's
mission in Western Canada is to overcome  the deep-rooted  prejudice that,
exists agalnsl the Italian Immigrants.
Signor Rossi overcomes this prejudice by explaining thai this class of ]
Immigrants  Is  not  the  elass  that,  is
being senl mer by the Italian govern;
ment.   The class with which his gov-1
ernment  is dealing and   which   they
will endeavor to supply Canada is that
[class   of   thrifty   fanners   and   market
gardeners  that occupy  the vast   fertile  lands  of  Northern   Italy.    These'
are a   fair-haired,  ind,1st rial  class that
make   peaceable   citizens,   who   now
barely  eke out  an existence   on   the
overcrowded   lands   on    which    they
ihave lived for generations, but who,I
'according to Signor Rossi, could make1
a fortune out of an acre   of land    in
Western  Canada.
"Coins; Some." all bright In it:;
uniqueness, in these days of hackneyed comedies, will be Ihe big laughing event of the season at the Opera
house tonight, with the famous Lawrence and Sandusky, the best which
has ever appeared In it, in the large
cast of twenty. It is but giving
credit  where credit is due to say that
this clever Paul Armstrong-Rex
Beach comedy is the very host laughing vehicle before the theatre-going
public cf today, noi even excepting
the perennial "Charley's A uui" and
the other few really great farces
which have lived long and happy
lives, "Going Some" will distribute
merriment and joy among the playgoers for many years to come and in
so doing will make a tired world
blighter lor having existed. People
nowadays go to a theatre for laughing
ourposes to a large degree, but until
the advent of "Going Some" there was
a void Of comedy that savored of fhe
newness required for a brilliant success. In "Going Some" the cardinal
quality of uniqueness was found, and
a doting public have, since Its Inception two or three seasons hack, clamored for it and patronized it, to a most,
amazing extent.    Hero is a comedy of
our own continent, one which did not
require adaption from any other language; here is a comedy of brilliance
and satisfaction, with the breath of
the meat west all around aboul it,
and the red blood of advent ure surging in its veins. Here is a story which
is complete and has none of the hackneyed lines or scenes of the farces of
other days, lt stands alone In a class
by itself as a bright and peculiar attraction which satisfies and fulfills its
every promise. Types, superbly drawn,
and also superbly portrayed are woven Into a bright and snappy play,
which brings forth laughter without
limit from the very raise of the cur-
lain until the fall of it, and all the
while it is typically unique. There is
a reason for every peal of laughter
and there are thousands of those
peals during tlie four bright acts of a
brilliant play.
i���
TELEPHONE LINE IS j
EIVE HUNDRED MILES LONG
Go.J Watcisg tor Ladh-s from
**>��� J. NEWS0ME & SONS
.;
fcOO.
Watches,    gents'    open  face
per Watches,  gents' open    case,
7,50 up.
Aeent    for    Waltbam   and      Elgin
h- s.
Y.'ach repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Ito Poors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Practically   Every   Railway   Town   in
Alberta  Will  Be  Connected  Up
This Autumn.
Our $3 Boys5 Suits
Last season we bought heavily in Boys' three piece Suits, consequently
we have GO suits left over. Values up to $9.00, which we clear out at the
ridiculously low price of, per suit $3.00
These suits are mostly of the famous "Lion Brand"
and make splendid school suits.
The materials are choice Cheviots, Tweeds and Serges.
Every seam is sewed as strong as it is possible to sew it,
buttons put on to stay.
The Suits are double stayed at all points where there's
any strain.
No feature in the making that will add to the life of
these suits is omitted.
Sizes 6 to 16 years.
If you have never   Tested the  Excellence of our Boys'
Suits, you've missed a Splendid Investment.
1
214   Sixth   Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%   to  25 H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local   Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New  Sternwheeler
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
W. K. Walsh      V;. E. Walsh, Jr.
Factory, 220  14th St.
New   Westminster,   B.C.
Phone 413.
We  make  a  specialty  of fk
doors,  steame.1  and  kiln  dried.
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Com-
|pan> s wharf, New Westminster, with
lpaspiing ers and freight as follows:
I   Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
[Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Le;i\es Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri-
Jiay and Sunday at 7 a. m.
Ifirst Class Passenger Accommodation
|R0YAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds  of  Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
t arnarvon   and  Sixth   St.   New
Westminster B. C.', Phone 354.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
Edmonton.     Sept.      1">.���Telephone
j communication  hetween   Wainwright,
Estimates Given. Phone 567 > the extreme northwest on the
I Gran.1   Trunk   I'licitic.   and   Medicine
i Hat   in   the  southeast  on   the    Cana-
jdian Pacific, a distance via Edmonton
!and Calgary of 600 miles, will he possible within a few weeks, as the   r?-
I suit of the completion of the very extensive   program   of   development   of
the   provincial   government   telephone
system,  which   has  heen  carried  out
this summer hy the telephone department.
Not    only    will    husiness    men    in
'Wainwright   he  enahled  to   talk    BOO
miles   to   husiness   men   In   Medicine
Hat, hut they will he enahled to hold
conversation   with   any   town  on  any
line  of  railway  in  operation   In   the
province,   as  the  result   ol'  the  work
that has heen done this year.   Furthermore, telephone communication v Hi'
be possible between  Wainwright ani. |
Lloydminster   on   the   northeast   and >
Carbon on the extreme south, close to ���
the international border.
I    As  the  government  telephone  system will stan 1 in a few weeks, after j
the completion of this year's program. |
! there is scarcely a town o nany line |
of railway in the province that is not,
served.   Not only the main line towns
but also the towns on all branch lines
of the C. N. R��� C. P. R. and G. T. P.
have heen covered so far as they are j
now in operation, save of course the
main line of the Grand Trunk Pacific
west of Wabamum lake.   Preparations !
'are even being  made to connect  up
Entwistle and Edson on the G. T. P.
.next year.
This year the chief work that   has
I been carried on by the telephone de-
'partment  has  been  the extension  of
the trunk lines east to Medicine Hat
j on the C. P. K. and to Wainwright on
G. T. P. Medicine Hat was given long
distance communication with Calgary
'nnd Edmonton and towns between for
the first time last week.    The Wainwright line, which  is now as far as
lrma, will be completed within a week
I or two.
Other extensions which have heen
made are from Stettler to Castor on
the Eacombe-Moose .law extension of
the Canadian Pacific railway. Gleichen
to Bassano on the main line of the
Canadian Pacific, south to Carbon and
to Warner from Lethbridge.
The   completion   of   this   extensive
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Store of Satisfaction
J
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates Given  on  Any  Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk. Phone  388
IN   PRIZES   AND
ATTRACTIONS
TENDERS
WANTED
s<,aled tenders will be r>
"'ived by the undersigned up to
'""ti. September 20th, for the
bearing of 450 acres, more or
1<,s*. of timber lands. Plans and
sl"'durations can bo secured
"" application. The lowest or
1 '���"'���' lender not necessarily accepted.
W.  H. HASLITT,
Purchasing Agent.
B. C. E. Ry Co., Ltd.,     __
Vancouver, B.C.
TENDERS
WANTED
Tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon,
September 20th, for tunnel excavation, approximately 600 feet
rock and earth. Plans and
specifications can be secured,
upon application. Lowest or
any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. H. HASLITT,
Purchasing Agent.
B. C. E. Ry Co., Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C.
LOST   IN   THE   SWAMPS.
Duck Shooters' Terrible Experience
At    Mouth   of    Red    River.
Winnipeg, Sept. 14.���A party of
duck shooters, consisting of R. Spall,
Mike Montgomery, B. Montgomery
and Mr. -McCrndy. were lost ln the
swainpv marshes at the mouth of the
Red river, for two days and two
nights without food or shelter and at
tin.es almost gave up hope of again
seeing civilization.
All dav Sunday they pad Led their
heavily-laden canoes through a heavy
downpour, and at night, cold, tired
and hungry, they beached the boat
ahd under the shelter afforded by
their upturned shells, they spent the
weary night.
The next morning, however, they
decided to continue the expedition,
and before evening they found that
tbey had lost their bearings in the
swamp. For two days they wandered
about, being unable to find ther way
out and sulterlhg intensely from hunger and exposure. They finally found
their boats, and,were picked up by a
passing launch when they were on the
verge of exhaustion. Six ducks was
all they had to show for their terrible
experience.
PROVINCIAL
EXHIBITION
Queens   Park,    New  Westminster,  B, C.
Under the Auspices of the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society
of British Columbia.
OCT. 4,5, 6, 7 and 8,1910.
$50,000
Official Opening, by Hon. Richard McBride, Premier
of the Province, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 2. p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday���Lacrosse Matches.
Wednesday���Scottish Sports and Scottish Concert.
Thursday���Vancouver Day-Americah Day.
Friday���Children's Day.
Saturday���Exhibition will continue until 10:30 p. m.
Wagner's Band, of Seattle, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This was the
official band at the Alaska-Yukon Exposition in 1909, and has a world-wide reputation.
Summerland Band, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Vancouver Musicians' Band, Tuesday afternoon and evening and Wednesday
evening.
Vancouver Pipers' Band, Wednesday.
Al. G. Barnes' Big Three Ring Wild Animal Circus on the Grounds during
the whole Period of the Exhibition.
SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMSHIP LINES
W. H. Keary,
Manager and Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE KING
T. J. Trapp,
President.
���MOP
. y i ti -*iu at
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PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, SEP-rMEBRl
6, I9-11
The Daily News
Published by Tfit�� Dally News Publish-
Ing Company, Limited, at their otllces,
Corner   of    McKenale   and    Victoria
Streets.
LEES LIMITED
t. A.  Paige Managing  Director
FRIDAY. SEPTEMEBR  16, 1910.
CANADA AND THE  U. S.
We Furnish Your
Home   Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA  ST., NEW  WESTMINSTER.
The probability of a reciprocity
agreement between Canada and the
Tinted States being entered Into In
the near future seems to be strengthened by the announcement that President Taft will begin active negotiations towards this end at the coining
session of his cabinet. Tlie President appears to have become enthusiastic in the cause of this policy and
lias expressed the hope that an agreement will be come to by the end of
October. This is perhaps a little too
sanguine. .Nor is there need for such
great haste.
Though a reciprocity agreement
would no doubt be to the advantage
of Canada the matter will require
very careful consideration in order
that the basis of any arrangement
may be properly formulated, looking
to the interests and resources of this
country and the necessity for safe-1
guarding these.
The display of so much zeal on the
part   of the American  government is
as pleasing as it is significant.    It is '
iin indication that our neighbors have
recognized the foolishness of the distant and independent attitude of yore
and are eager and in haste to make
amends.    The    arrangement    entered
into with them in the last session of
parliament   broke  the    ice    of    their
[rigid reserve, and now they are anxious to make the amicable commercial
relations  between  them   an.l  Canada
complete by a    thorough    reciprocity
understanding. All this is good to see.
TOTi.SM
l_< i r*si 1 nr e h> j
REMEMBER   WE   CLOSE   AT   6   P.M.    SATURDAYS, 10 P. M.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George
3.500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18>/2   Knots
tt
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Mondays and Fridays at 11:30
p.m. for  Prince  Rupert.
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Wednesday and Saturdays at
2:00 p.m. fur Victoria and Seattle.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert r��:00 p.m. Sundays and
Wednesdays for Stewart: 10:00p.m. Mondays for Masset. and 10:00
p.m. Thursdays for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Lockport, Jedway
and Ikeda. '���?���.,��� . ,
Solid wide vestibule trains of coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago. Detroit, London, Hamilton, Niagari Falls, New York, Toronto, Montreal. Portland, Boston, etc. Longest douote track railway
under  one   management  on   the American  continent.
For rates time tables, booklets and full information, passenger or
freight, apply to
H. G. SMITH, . L. V. DRUCE.
City Passenger and Ticket Agent. Commercial Agent.
Telephone   7100. 527   Granville Street. Telephone  3060.
GENERAL   AGENCY,   TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
After Attending
The
Millinery Opening
s
AUSTRALIA AND PROTECTION
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker  wharf every  afternoon, except Sunday, at 2 p.m.. for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning  to   New  Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7 I a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving New Westminster at  .".  a.:::. i
The latest factor ln the a!::i 1st
world wide discussion on trade tariffs
is the announcement that the gove:n-
ment of Xew South Wales is about to
take a decided step towards the institution of a strong protectionist
policy. It is reported that with a view:
to giving support to Australian industries that this government has just
placed an order for ten thousand tons
of steel rails for the state railways
with a firm at Llthgow, near Sydney.
Hitherto Australia   has secure J    her
supply   of    1 alls    chiefly     from    the ~
United  States, but  by Uie policy now   MllllflGry   iSSNIOIlS
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight aud
passenger rates apply to ��������� -' ������- --���--������   .
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
tralia.    Therefore though the move of  head  and   pleated   libhon.
Chanticler hats in general still con
tlnue  to be  very  popular  and   Misses
the N'ew South Wales government   in
regard to this particular branch of the j Connor  and   McQuarrie  have  a    line
steel industry  may not cause British j st^'k. of. th,e.se'
It is in the larger  hats  that there
Don't forget your Fall Suit.    We Invite you to  .,.���-..
well lighted Ready-to-Wear Section, now  filled wltl ...
fascinating collection of Suits, etc.. in ali the newe ' ai mosl ���,
lonable creations. Call and Inspect them, you are welcome
look as to buy���you may not be prepared to purcha ��� esent
you can get  a  splendid idea of  the Fall Fashions that are to be.   Kx
elusive styles secure first place in   our   well   sssorti I stock
you do not see in any other store, many aie direct in r       tlons tr
Europe, and  others come  from the leading Canadian and Amerl  -
centres.    Popular Prices from 1
IPlaj
in
Ti
$18.50 to $50.00
Smart Coats for
Smart Dressers
An exceedingly wide array < f colorings, materials and Btj 1
attracting a great amount of attention  from fall  Bhoppers    We consider the Fall Coats one of the finest  collections we have ev<
led.    Your color ls here too, at  a  price that  will suit your ]
From $10.00 to $50.00
Dressy Dress Skirts
Many  Bmart styles In dress skirts are displayed    ���
skirts in attractive designs, pretty black    voile    sl.in-   ia
effects, and a varied assortment in  [lain  ami  novelty fabrics.
From $4.50 to $20.00
Industrial firms any great concern, the) Is the most novelty and as a general
Institution    of    a general'   policv    ofj rule they are th emost artistic. There
��� l san   extremely   pretty    hat of ame-
strong protection may cause some un- ithyst  silk  and  velvet     with    draped
i balloon crown of silk; bird of para-
'dise aigrette and cut steel ornaments.
easiness.
instituted our neighbors >on the south
will, apparently, lose this trade.
Australia possesses ample natural
products in the shape of metals and
coal to supply her own needs In the j to be holding their popularity bette
Then there Is one  of  grey  French
(felt lolled high at the back and trini-
\ med with old gold and grey wings and
; grey silk ribbons.
Atfpantil/Q  IhlC  Fall      Another  attractive   bat  is  a  large
AiirdllllG   lllld   I QU  old gold silk    velvet    creation    with
chenille cord trimmings and old gold
(Continued From Page One) and green pom poms.
 '    An afternoon tea hat which is   the
centre  of  much  attraction  is  one  of
tion of duties ani the    payment   of graceful lines of the largei
.mulberry velvet, with (trapped Persian
way  of constructional and other ma-, than  it  was    expected    they    would! crown and    trimmed    with  mulberry
tenal. and  there  would  now  seem to   wlien  tlie-v   first  appeared.    They  are   shaded   wings at  back.     Another    for
,.  iconvenient   and   that   Is   tie   great wear at t*le Bao,e time of day ls made
be a strong desire to encourage this *   . i . , ��' wllite ��erman silk, with black vel-
tiling.    Their size and shape does not   ,   ,   ,    ._ ,      , ,   '     .,, ,
and  other home manufactures.    TheL^e the milliner a chance to exercise veJ 'H'"'?&. nnd *>'��� * *'">';* H���.
a-.,.... ****** M,.; m. ,t k *--j,....... j^j^Mswasa
osed to do this by the Imposi- invention, and although ['hey lack the 8 ""h "'""M1,0 ,,f '"'esse<1    _ U8h    wlUl
��� |   ('    (|      .shaded   willow  plumes    anil    OBpreys
Ismail turbans    are   in    manv'  cases ;UV' :i '��*. .i,",L"1l,>'M ,",,Vkl,e-
bounties.    At present there is no In- triumphs of the milliner's art :     ' he  __?*!?',..hata ,wl"r"  are now
formation as to what policv it is   In-     The small nll-feather turban Is the'��� "I'""! ',"   ,   "","     ��� ��Ver Ame,lc.a
,    ,   , . ���.���,���,   newest  modification of the type this f e ,we ' *��&*_,'** .seem "' s""
tended to pursue In regard to British vu;iI. and proves ,() b�� ve|.y ;i;^:i(.tive the tas ee of the Westminster lead irs
manufactures     imported     Into     the to  some  buyers.    One in  black  and
colony.    Though the Ameiicans have Kl?en fTO*��r��lB P}<?**8���* "eat.
Large drooping hats m beaver    and
enjoyed something of a monopoly in  French felt will be greatly worn this
fall. One large led beaver with
,a high crown and rolled side, trimmed
time now. their prices being probably with large red wings, red velvet and
below    what    Hritish    manufacturers : ,ndian b,lc',1<le is ,':ltl'e,��� startling, but
,    ,, ., ..      ��n a certain type of woman is excep-1Dawson, Yukon. Is   suing the   Dome
could quote, there is quite a consider- tionaly chaining. Ix)de Development Companv. limited.
able trade in general merchandise be-' . A ,   ndu ,urban  Is the latest crea- of  Toronto.    Hartman     claims    Sir,.
tlon in this popular style.    It  i.s navy 662.26, principal and interest  on nrom
tween ti.e mother country and    Aus- blue of draped plush with a chanticler tssory notes '       ,
A line example   ol    this
style of hat Is a large one In    black
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER.   B.    C.
Tenders   for   Sewer   Construction.
The corporation is desirous of receiving tenders for the laying and
construction of about ten 1101 miles
of sewers on the Fig hth street sewer-
age system in the city of New Westminster. Further particulars and
plans can be obtained from J. \V. B.
Blackman, city engineer.
Tenders will be iecelved by the un.
derslgned up to flve o'clock p. m. of
the  26th   inst.
The lowest or any tender not nec-
essarilv accepted.
W. A.   DUNCAN.
City   Clerk.
City hall. September  10,  1910.
LAND   ACT.
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iS8BtfffiFrrnNGSl
SHOW CASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTI
MATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
���
$ J.   BROOKES,  Proprietor
*    WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Carline. PHONE -'-
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velvet, with blue facing, trimmed With I chain* easterly from    t he   southeast
the  supply  of  steel  rails    for    some
uev wings and blue linbons.
Suing  for  Big   Sum.
Toronto. Sept. 15.���In :i  writ  Issued
at Osgoode Hall, J. J.  Hartman',    of
New Westminster Land District.    District   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice    that .lohn    Ferdinand
Maggs. of Nelson    Island,    occupation
farmer,  intends  to  apply   for   permls-|
sion   to  purchase  the    following    de-  *********************9********************************
sei ibed  lands: ��� s
j    JEWELRY
Commencing at a i>ost planted
about one mile nortnraft. from the
head   of  Billings   bay,  and  about     40
conic of timber lot number 37341,
tlience north 40 chains, tlience eaBt
40 chains, tlience south 40 chains,
thence west 40 chains to point of ���
commencement, containing 100 acres
more or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 20, 1!)10.
Our stock of jewelry In Gold, Silver and  Gold  Plated is the
most
ADVERTISE   IN THE  DAILY NEWS
complete ever shown in Westminster.    Call and he convinced
| Chamberlin's JE
? Agents for the Howard, Ball, Longines and  Hamilton
��� Official time inspector for C. P. Ry-
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CHILLIWACK.
Devastation
Chilliwack, B.C..-Feb. 10, IOCS,
.Messrs.  White. Shiles &. Co.
Gent emeOj���I am enclosing recelrt.3
for the amount of our insurance,
($5,500.00) in full on the Steamer J.
P. Douglas, whiri wa^ destroyed by
fire last montli, and wish to thank
ysu and the Companies (Phenix and
Connecticut) for the very satisfactory manner you settled oui' loss. . . .
Yours faithfully, (.
(Signed)    A. E. YATES. Mg".
*..^i��^.
WHITE   ROCK,   B.C.
Sept. 12, mm.
White. Shiles & Co.
The fire lime extends from the 0.
N. R. station for about four miles.
Stoie and five residences burnel up,
mill and Ocean Park property in danger.
(Signed) ROBERT ROE.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Fire
NEW WESTMINSTER.
. le Ige
COLUMBIA STREET
September 12, 1010.
Messrs. White, Shiles & Co.,
Gentlemen. ��� Please accept my
thanks for your exceedingly prompt
settlement of my flre Insurance claim
in connection with the flre that took
place at my office last night.
(Signed)    RICHARD G. DINGLE.
BURNABY.
Burnaby.  B.C., Sept.
.Messrs. White. Shiles ft Co.
Gentlemen,-I beg   to acknowi
receipt of your cheque ror *i..
full settlement of my clalni(unaer
Connecticut   Flre  Company s    ru     '
upon my dwelling and contents,
ed August 2tith.      �� . ,.���
Please accept my thanks tor.    .
prompt and satisfactory settlenien
this claim.
Sincerely yours, ,vT()\.
(Sgd.)     GEORGE  EVERVlI.AM1 FRIDAY, SEPTEMEBR 16, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
fSsuSsT
PLAYING LAVIOLETTE
iPlayer Not Eligible, According To Ruling Given By
Trustee Ross in 1908.
GLIDDEN OFFERS PRIZE
FOU AEKOPLANt TOURS
TARIff NEGOTIATIONS
TO BE RESUMED SOON
Nationals
lack
Kin'"
I'els'i
���oi-iiit'1
1- I
the iMauoumD   attempt to    play
1   Lavlolette in    the    forthcoming
'Cup   games,   Manager   C, a.
WH1    immediately    lodge    a
protest, on the grounds    that
���--. nlayer is not eligible because of
Ja eastern  "residence  rule.-  Lavlo
uiayed  with  the Montreals    last
but at the beginning ol this sea-
ne had some difficulty with them
I ha8 been out of the game all sum-
He   was   si. ned    up   by   the
,,������.,! after these had thc Cham-
nghiu cinched, the object   being to
���ve him on the challenging team tor
'   championship trophy.
*,�����& Trustee  P.  D. Ross has
���    permission to play
Initial Competition for Trophy to St;:'
from   Harvard-Boston   Aviation
Field in 1911.
United States Expected To
Reopen Question���-Canada
Standing Pat.
Boston, Sept. 15.���Aeroplane tours
to Im- conducted on similar plans to
those governing automobl.e tours
were suggested today by Charles .1.
Qlidden, originator ot tic Glidlen
tours  lor automobiles.
.Mr. Qlidden has offered a valuable
trophy to the national council of
Affiliated Aero clubs, to be competed |VT*
for annually under such rules as tlej
national council may prescribe. It in
planned that the Initial tour shall
start from the Harvard-Boston avla
Hon held in 1911,
fi em-
AIR  RACES  SATURDAY.
B.illoonists
In-
and
Wi'l   Have  Meet
dlanapolit,
  Indianapolis,    Sept. 15.���i'llo    ^^
����� the Nationals permission to pmy i balloons for the American champion-
iviolette, declaring him eligible be- Bhip    and    free-for-all    races    which
.,!.,. had not played    with   any gtart at the Indianapolis motor speed-
���tern team this year. way on Saturday afternoon are arriv-
Probably Mr. Ross   has   forgotten ing al t|ie speedway and Inflation will
h.1 when Westminster went east af- ��� i,efiin    tomorrow.    Nine    contestants
L. the    silverware    the    Shamrocks j |llive  entered    in    the    championship
Lpfii Muir, Paddy Nolan and    an- '��� racei whlch will be conducted under
tier player In a last despairing hope|the rules of the Aero Club of America.
they would he able to defeat the I gjx ;ir(. entered in the free-for-all race
erners.     Manager  Welsh  protest-' for    j,as    balloons    of    any  capacity,
ii against this and Ross gave a rul: which will be started Just after   the
tu which remains In the possession  entries ln the championship    contest
-��� ��� '    '-  "-- ���"-" ""'*    ""'have been sent into   the    air.    This
race is for distance, winner to receive
;i diamond studded cup. In tho
championship race both endurance
and distance will be taken Into account.
Mr. Welsh, to the effect that   no
Hayer was eligible  to  play  in   .Minto
matches    who    had    not   been
fclipllile to play   in   his   own   league
matches throughout the season.
This argument, although two years
lid, is not yet so antiquated that    it
bhould not  hold  good  now, and    Mi.
Rom' uuentlou will be drawn tu his
���i of memory.
Al   lhe   same   time   the   managing
trustee will  be  Informed  that  Westminster raptured    the    cup,    and    is
Holding it. with a bona lide team, and
ldt with a patched up aggregation, lf
|te west wished to retain the mug at
ts���presuming there  was    any
Hanger of it  being  annexed  by    tbe
n ers���the Vancouver and West-
later   teams     might    amalgamate
play under    Westminster   colors.
bably   this   would   not   meet   with
approval of the visitors, but they
ild simply be being paid in their
: coin.
Inl tlie    easterners    can    rest    in
ice, Westminster is not going    to
iken its team by any such ainalga-
Ion.    The   Salmon   Hellies  can   re-
lie cup without, outsi le help, and
lemonBtrate   to that    effect    on
ober IT and 24.
BALL PLAYERS ON  STAGE
Mathewson
Oltawa. Sept. 15.���ln the absence of
Hon, W. S. Fielding, minister of
finance, who h, in Nova Scotia, ;:nd
will not be hack in Ottawa till tbe
middle Of next week, nothing of a
very definite character as to the resumption of tariff negotiations with
the l'nited States can be learned here
It will be recalled that the negotiations of last spring, in their later
stages, were carried on between Can
and the l'nited States direct, and
lt is safe to assume that, when resumed they will be conducted in the same
milliner. .lust who will make the first
move is not known, but In view of the
independent attitude Canada has assumed It is almost side to assert that
it will come from the Cnlted States,
and that it  will he made soon.
It is quite possible that there has
already been an informal exchange of
.views between Kiel ling and Secretary
Knox, but as to that nothing definite
Is known here.
I As to Canada's attitude, it is what
has been stated on various occasions
in recent months by premier Lain ier,
I Fielding and Graham.
The government is quite ready and
willing to resume negotiations, which
were broken off last spring owing to
pressure of other business, and will
agree to any reasonable measure of
reciprocity. It will not agree to any
one-sided agreement which would
benefit l'nited States more than Canada, or do injury to Canadian in.lus-
ti Ses.
It can be safely assumed that if
any agreement is made with the United States lt will have to be a fair bargain for Canada; failing that there is
.not likely to be any agreement at all.
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in Vaudeville.
N'ew York, Sept. 15. ��� Christy
Mathewson, the leading pitcher of the
New York National league baseball
team, is going to become an actor. So
Is "Big Chief" Myers, tbe premier
catcher of the N'ew York Nationals.
Beginning October LM. they will appear in a sketch called "Curves." at
a leading vaudeville house. Mathewson will have an opportunity to illustrate same of his celebrated shoots.
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NEWTON IS CONFIDENT
CRIPPEN WILE BE FREE
Crirr.inal   Barrister, who  Is  Defending
Notorious   Murder   Suspect,   Says
Prosecution  has  no Case.
Please Remember that the
I Opening of the Closing Out Sale
��� at thc Chamberlin Shoe Co., Be-
I gins This Day.
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B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading
Co*
Start   Early,
and   Maple  Leafs
I
Must 	
The Alerts and Maple I.eafs will
I laj ii schedule game of baseball this
evening at Queens park. The ga ne
will start at 5:30 and the players aie
all requested to he ou hand at that
time, :is unless they are the game
cannot be finished before dark,
London, Sept.. 15.���The rase of the
crown against Dr. II. II. Cilppen, the
American i'.entis\ charged with the
murder of his wife, who was Belle
Elmore,  a   vaudeville  singer,  has  ut-
U. Welsh =
The People's Grocer
Phones.193 and 443
Sapperton      Phone 373
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED WORK, FISH  BOXES     LARGE    STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box  137
Contractors and
House Builders
LABOR
BANKERS,   ATTENTION
MEN   ELECT
OFFICERS
OF  COUNCIL
'(���������spaper     Men     Challenge     Money
Changers to Bowling Game.
The newspaper scribes who have
treloped considerable muscle in
itinding the keys of refractory type-
rlters believe that the brawn of
lelr good right arms has reached
hat stage whereby they can heave a
���ten or five pin bowling ball the whole
Iftigth of the alleys. Having surveyed the field of local bowlers they
lave come to the conclusion that the
bankers, who are still wielding the
wiii itiarlan pen for a living and hand-
line featherweight $1000 bills' are i
their easiest mark. The pounders of |
fte balky typewriter keys hereby
challenge the hankers to a game of
'tn | ins or five pins, three games and
total score to count, winners to take
*11 gate receipts.
|ARRANGE   GOOD   SPORTS
FOR   CHILLIWACK    FAIR
Port Arthur, Sept. in.���Officers of
the Trades and Labor Council of Canada were elected today as follows:
President, William Clocking. Toro:i i
vice-president. A. L. France, .V.
real; secretary-treasurer, P, M. .> ,i-
per, Ottawa; delegates to the American Federation of Labor, K. P. Petti-
: piece, Vancouver.
The officers for  British    Columbia:
'vice-president, J. C. Waters, Victoria:
I committee, R. P. Pettlplece,    Vancouver; R. A. Stoney, N'ew Westminster;
\ H. Kempster, Revelstoke.
Died from Polyomyolitis.
Hamilton, Sept. 16.���John Tunis
died here from polyomyolitis, or infantile paralysis, this morning. It Is
supposed he caught the complaint
from a child cf his brother, in whose
house he was living. This makes the
twentieth death from this disease
here.
NEW fWHlfflf STORE
S. E. EDWARDS
Beys to announce that owing to the
opening is postponed till
delav in  fitting  up  fixtures, his
MONDAY,   THE   19tk   INST
New and complete stocks will be carried. Everything of the latest
and up-to-date design ln jewelry.
Clock and watches repaired.    Eyes tested free.
���he sports  program for the Chilliwack lair, which takes place on  Sep-
tember   20,   21,   22*   has   just   heen
printed, and  the  Ust  of   sports   and
prizes is certainly a credit to the Fraser valley town.' ,   ,,
["here are lo<5tt>all matches, baseba.l
launches, bicycle races, Hlpdu wrest-
llm    matches, all  sorts of  races,  botn
��� lor nen and horses, and at the end a I comt
ii.l  grcasv   pig-catching contest,   in |
I addition. \What Happened to Jonest
h  appear  each   night  in  the  Opera
Goes Back to America.
Fresno, Cnl��� Sept. 15.���.1. H. Pierce
an oil driller born In Pittsburg, applied-yesterday at the county clerk's
office for naturalization papers. In
order to take up land iu Canada three
years ago, Pierce foreswore allegiance
to the l'nited Stiit.'s and became a
British subject, Now he desires to bean American citizen again.
S. E. EDWARDS
Builders
e nave a full   line   ox
Hardware in this
Before Building See Us, as we   believe
Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS
money.
the   Best
City.
we   can   save   you
and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
445 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B.
. C. j
Take the round trip on ihe Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Hrackman-Ker's wharf al 2
p.m.   Return fare so cents. **
JOE LALLY, REPORTER.
Lacrosse  Authority  to    "Cover"    Big
Games tor Montreal Newspaper.
Joi l.ally, the famous eastern to-
*''ttKe authority and referee, has been
retalnef! by the Montreal Star t,��
*tite up the Minto Cup matches be-
tween the Westminster and the Nationals for that paper.
Lally has a reputation for fairness
"iin should give his story a considerably news value. He will report the
Same as he sees It, and will pay particular attention to the work of the
officials, Ills story will appear under
h|a rtgnature.
ho
No Pennant for Vancouver.
'ancouver,  Sept.  15.���Boh  Brown's
'!�� practically lost their last chance
'��f the I'.MO pennant today, when they
W*re rinfiantari   Kv  rnlm'u  Indians,  he-
defeated  hy Cohn's  Indians,
lnK blanked by four runs
v aiK'nnvei"
Bpol
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Locket for Grumpy.
Barly this Benson Ernie Sinclair an-
loiincci  that  ho  would  give  a gold
Jkct to the Westminster player scor-
���5 " 10K< goals during the lacrosse
wtu.,1,,1,..      The     Jewelry     goes     to
l,n"npy Spring, who scored fourteen
ti-'l' c    I..    ...
terly collapsed, according to Art'.nn
Newton, England's famous eiimina
barrister, who is defending the Ameri
can.
In a seatement to the l'nited Press
today Newton ridiculed the attempt.;
of the prosecution to establish a case
. inst    Crippen.    He   predicted that
unless evidence of a more substantial
character Is introduced his client wi.l
not even be bound over lo the grand
jury.
"So far thc prosecution has failed
miserably to show why Dr. Crippen
should be before a court," he said today. "No evidence worthy of the
name has been presented. The attorneys for the crown have failed to establish a single fact in connection
with the alleged murder. There ls'
(nothing but failure for the prosecution and freedom and vindication for
my client."
��� Crippen today appeared confident of
his acquittal. He was cheerful and appeared anxious for the time to ar.
live when he would again go to Bow
street police court. His companion on
his flight to Canada on the liner
Montrose, Ethel Claire Le Neve, Is
breaking down under the strain of
the hearings. She is wane and pale
and is almost constantly under the
care of a wardress.
Diamond Rings from $15.00 to $200.00
Pearl Rings from   $2.50 to $15.00
Rings with assorted stones as pearl  and diamond,  pearl  and  ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
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tfttt^^^^      WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLERJ	
Dorrftnion   Trust  Block. Columbia _
Live
Stock
Insurance
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Live stock Insurance Is a subject that
alsers, horse breeders, and horse men.
should  interest all stock
RO
*'S In ten gair
r.es.
^^^B FREDERIC CLARKE
..   . .k. nnera House on Monday Evening.
lAppeatlns in "The Manxman" at the Opera Hous
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
The theory of live stock insurance is not new, untried or temporary, but one that has stood the test for many years and met with
absolute success.
The Biitish Empire Insurance Company is the only company la
the West that Insures live stock against death from any cause.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
FOR RENT���I can now receive applications for the renting of stores
and offices ln the new addition to
the Collister block.    These are all
very  centrally   located    and    well j ��� m^a*\*^a~*~*****^k~^���~^���~^������s
lighted.    Possession can be had at'I 657  CollllllblS  Stl*06t
once.   J. J. Johnston, Columbia St..  ��� , ,
Phone 62 PAfiir sit
THE DAILY NEWS.
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"BUSINESS D1RLCT0RY
���I).\Kli OP TRADE -NEW \\ b-'ST
minster Board ol Trade meets In t!l��
board room, City Hall, aa follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting oa the third
Thuraday of February, May, Augusl
and Novemu ir, nt n p.m. Annual
meetings on the ttatrd Thursday nl
February. New members may be
proposed nnd elected al nny month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. a
Stuart-Wade, secretary,
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS TOR EVBhV
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone   B5,    P. O.    n.n 14*2      Old
Dally   News  Bloc-..  Rlxfli  street.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin,  Mns.  Bac, 811  Dublin St.,
Phone L615.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST
ger C
Vancouver
attention
LABOR    AGENTS!    MAX.v
.1. S\ IceB), G2 Powell Btreet,
Phone   3575.     I
ven   to   all   orde
'romp!
:'s   for
male
write
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unable to
us   up,
visit   US
WHO    Ol
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, HARRIS
t rs ami solicitors. Westminster
Trust Hlock Columbia street, New
Westminster, W. J. Whltesld
11. Edmonds,
ll.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN -Barristers and Solicitors,
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon hlock, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver ot
flees, Williams building, 41 Granville street. F. ('. Wade, K. ('.;
A. Whealler, W, G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR   ANU  ACCOUNTANT
11. .1. A.  BURNETT,
Accountant.      Tel.
Trapp block.
AUDITOR  AND
It 128,     Koom.
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CUES TO MURDER
ARE OFTEN TRIVIAL
Detection Often Results from
Some Slight Omission-
Some Incredible Blunders.
PREMIER RECEIVED
BLACKHAND LETTER
WHITE   MAN
TRIES
HARI-KARI   METHOD
�����AV,SEPTEMEBRi6|i9io
FIND RELIC OP TR7J
Pittsburg,  Pa.
and despondent,
to etui his life
hari-kari,   the
Sept,  IB.���Penniless
Stephen Walton tried
-ere     by     committing !
Fapanese   method   of
two     Boy3
New     Yn:  .
!">'���,. was al
Dy.
Une. :l,h ^ WW
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 [suicide.    Walton   used   a   small   pen-1last night when twi
knife and slashed  his abdomen fear-|walked   Into  th,
Obscure Communication Bids "'iny.  He win probably di<
1 In the
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Hon. IL P. Roblinto " Beware"���Sender Is Insane.
from
Cai
and
ut*"t.|
Sl
 Itation^ T' o:d H
dumped on the d. '     .
wrapped   In   pap,      Ti,e   ,? "N
untied it and , . ������������
skulls.
While playing
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Criminals  ore   ver..   forgetful    perl    Winnipeg, Kept. 14.- The release of
sous.   The famous series of frauds on the alleged "Black  Hand" desperados
the Hank of England by tho Benson|by the attorney   general's departmenl
brothers  a   generation  ago   was  ter- after their being committed for
minuted hy the facl  thai  the forgers |(l| the city pollce
aai
:    :���.
Drop
il, T.  PRINCE,  EXPERT ACCOUNT.
ANT AND AUDITOR���Agenl tor the
Hull Sale Co.    Ollice. Koom It, Westminster  Trust   block,  city.
STENDGRAPMV       .      TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. 0. Box 694.
(,'l'STOM        STENOGRAPHY AM
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Coumbla street. Telephone 62,
REAL   ESTATE
WHITE, SHILES &  Cu
Ileal Estate and Insurance Agents���
C-ty, farm and suburban property,
628 and Tli; Columbia St.
TAILORS.
GALVIX, LADIES' AND MEN'S I'AI-
lorlng. A new line o:' Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. 46 Lorne street.
Phone R SOS.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS
ROYAE   CITY   CHEMICAL   CIjcaiV
ers mid dyers, 345 Columbia stivet,
phone R2TS- Thp place where Hip
dirt and dust is removed from the
libre���not presspd in. Goods called
for and delivered.
Material is the best : i be
in i lo and out. With
i r :��� ithout rescrv >ir < n
c ithcr en I. Guar 1 t a ash
Braced oven bt tt im.
[oar . warming c! >.-���-
3 ivi li 1 ��� ven flue, 1 >
.��� fi baking. Bn il-
T :< rm mcti r n
desired. Made
i ': Besides
fcatun ���
The OXFORD��
eCOHOMIZER-
Vrep jour tire ioini! sl lowrst possible
toil (or (ui I. Will sur al leifl -������ per irnl.
rf   tli1   ori   *'i   mw  use   tad   wltt  take   al!
e oktnj edon tp ihe cbiaaey.
You'll save mon**,y t'vi-ry day you
.is * n i Iur��'y-l )xford. And nlwayn n*'t
mon ;��r ��'u"or; r������suits from your
i o iking
I ������ __ d^monntrato .0 ycu tho
" V..->.'\ >::i, ��� r," and tho other Gurnoy-
Oxl ird p tints 1 [ superiority. Sec how
p rf>ct a g ��� ''1 r mc ��� can ���<���' ^ 0 w ill
��� ' ��� < -'.. ��� ��� yo\i oth t (lurnpy-' 'xford
si >vea and rang s f ir every purpose and
fir bu' kind of fuel, 111 d'aplay <>:i
our '\ >or? nil tli" tim ��.
* ���'. aciuninted with thc best
l��n I'vn, brst liked stoves and ranges in
all Canadn X-td dn '! oow���for tbe good
���*>! your pockt?t book.
T.J. TRAPP & CO.
681   ColumbU   Street.
   trial
^^^^^^^^^^^^  court   has  relieved
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        Interest  In lhe cne, anl broughl  to
one  presented.    This  almost   incredl- Hghl an   Interesting   sldeliglil on the
ble blunder led to the break-up of the affair thai  at  one time greatly ex r
mosl   dangerous   band   of   criminals cised the police authorities.
England  has ever  known. About   two  months  ago, just     about
\u    a8y   conscience   gave   away n,,, {unv thai the charges agalnsl the
Dougal, the Moat Farm murderer. He ajieged "Black Hand" arllsts were laid
hud presented a forged cheque on his jM the city police court, Premier Roti-
victim's bank account, una the clerk, nn u reported to have received in bis
not recognizing the signature, asked morning mall one day a mysterious
I ougal to wall for n few moments letter, so badly written and so villain-
Convinced that it was a trick to de ou.ly Bpelled that it tokk a whole day-
tain him until the police were suin to determine thai it was nothing more
inonel. the wretched man bolted, and ���,,|- less than a -Hlack Hand" threat
that set in motion a nain of Buspic against the life of the Premier.
ions thai eventually resulted in the The letter was from Lac du Bonnet
discovery of the mos; coid-blood i where the Black Hand Bocletj was
crimes tn the history of murder. suppose,   to have been organized, and
Any detective ol experience will for a time it was thought that the let.
tell you that most criminals are fools, ter would have a direct bearing on the
which Is a good thing in the long run ,,,.-,. ,;,.,, i:, the hands of the police,
for those whose business it is to d The letter wai traced to an Italian,
tec1 ci'ime. , 1   |,Ul.  ,i���  Bonnet   rejoicing  In    the
There   was  a   case   111   the   Midlands   name ,,,   p, 1L  ,,,,,   it   was ,,,,,���    (,is
reaily twentj ye:.is ago which con e0vered thai Paloni was a better sub-
cerned a man who spent manj days j(V( for the |n8ane .���,,.,,��� ,,,,��� .,
planning a woman's murder and .lis- ,,������., of justiee: He was arrested and
guislng his own personality so thai .,,���,,- ,. amlnatlon committed to Sel
n bo 5  cou d evei eft him ol the ^j.-, dsyluxn
l'-i;;', 'i-'1- ,whe�� Wa Plana were The letter which threatened
completed, he lured the unfortunate premier Roblln was couched In
woman  to a  lonely  place   and   mur-1obscure language, bul    once    it    had
Walton  had  been  discharged
ti position at the Standard Steel
company's plant near   Pittsburg
I when his money was .one be told his)    wnue playing Roi,in.���   n
Ifriends he intended to end his life, boys had dug "'('"ls'<t' ..
Sitting upon the floor of his bond- well   as  B   numbei ,l!s aj
'"'' house he del rately jabbed the There is nt  :-.
knife into his abdomen and drew    it      neighbor!] i    ,1'i"""^'' in
across.   As be attempted to complete Police are busy Ummhii   '   '    '-
the circle friends disarmed him. of old crime "1<; ^nsli
Visit The
he lured
I    h;l.e'\
He was more than astonished to
and himself undei- arrest within an
houi- of the discovery of the dead
body, but it was no wonderful feat of
detection niter all, In his haste and
confusion the murderer had actually
licit his visiting card on the victim's
body.
Toy   Lantern   Clew.
A child's penny toy lantern directly
led to the banging or Fowler and Mil-
son tor the Muswell  Hill murder.   It
l was a lucky clew, that finding of the
child whose toy had been left behind'
in  the bouse with the body   of   Mr.
Smith,  the  murdered  man.      It   was
I tlie property of Fowler's little brother.
'and   the   child's   Innocent   pleasure   at
the  recovery  of  his  lantern   was  the
culminating   stroke   in   one   of    the
greatest   tragedies   of   the   last   fifty
years.
Clothes played a prominent part In
the Yarmouth Beach murder case of
nine years ago, but it was a boot hue
that finally fastened the crime' on
Bennett. That trivial bootlace had
been used to strangle the poor woman who died where so many had
found holiday happiness;
who attended the trial  wi
been de ilphere 1 il  was found to con-
ve)   the   delightful   Information   that
If the premier    did    n.u do    certain
till]     I  he  would  recei\ e but  om    ;   ore
wai nlng,  which  would  be    the    al it
The letter was   concluded    with   the
usual "Beware."
AEROPLANE    TEA    IS
THE    LATEST
IN    PARIS
New   York,   Sept.   IB.���Several   New]
York  society  people  have  been   favored with complimentary Invitations to
a  novel   Boclal   function  soon   to   be'
.iven in Paris by the Due de Rohan
a leader of the   French   aristocracy.
The   duke   is   to   give   an    "aeroplane |
tea," the llrst of its kind In tbe world
I Mons.   Busson,   who   dies   a    Bleriot
i machine,   will   be  the  guest   of  honor,
and   will   make   nights  with  each  ol
I the other puests in  turn.
Sept. 27th to Oct 1st
Tickets on Sale Sept. 24 to Sept. 28
Good to return untii Oct. 6.
Rate SINGLE FARE AND ONE
THIRD FOR ROUND TRIP
Canadian Pacific Railway
May  Be  No   Preliminary.
There are some doubts as to whether the Kan'e between the Reginas and
and   those 'Wesl   End, which  was scheduled    to
never for-, ,:'ke place before the first Minto Cup
jpYjEBl
KING   UP    250
smart   turnout-
bles.
LIVERY   STABLE.
FUR
HACKS  A.NU
The   Fashion   Sta-
FISH   AND   GAME.
BKNSON & AYLi.NU. FISH. FHU1I,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
.^CANADIAN PACIFIC
��� RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
Departures.
Moody, Bar-
FURMTURE
\V. K. FALES, THt; FUKMlUUc
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
get   the  profound   impression   created
by the production of the string.
I Upon a certain occasion a prominent   merchant   and    railway    magnate
jwas talking in the street to a friend
bf his. who was eminent in the service of the siate. A young man passed by and. to the astonishment of th ���
farmer, his companion nodded pleasantly to him. "Who was that'*" asked the railway director, thinking he
might  have been mistaken.
"Oh, that is Mr.  Blank, the wen-
known philanthropist."
Now Ihe gentleman of the railways
knew Mr. Blank by another name and
in a different capacity; in fact lie was
one of the clerks in the employ of the
railway of which he was director.
Examination of the books confirmed
the worst suspicions, for the psuedo
philanthropist had been robbing his
employers for years in order to gratify his ambition to get into society.
Had it not been for that casual recognition in public the company would
have lost thousands more than it
did.
Narr.e and Address on Corpse.
That was a trivial chance, of course
but it was more than this which
caused Mrs. Dyer, the Heading baby-
farmer, to wrap one of the bodies of
her victims in a piece of brown paper
game, will be played. The Reginas
are ready to play, but the West End:
ers nre having difficulty in tin ling
their team and last night the chances
did not look bright for their appearance.
Mail Service
CABINET   MAKINO
D.    V.    LEWTHWAITE,    CABINET-
maker and  upholsterer, 42o Clarkson    street     (behind     But r  block)
Furniture made and  repaired.   Mission furniture in flr ^nd oak
K: i'i���Tn Seattle.  Port
nett and Vancouver.
X:On���To  Vancouver.  	
9:15���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancou- bearing  her  own   name  and  address,
ver and local points. it brOKe away and floated to the top
1S:05���To St. Paul. Kootenay points of the river,
and Sumas. '    H'"   all   great   criminal  cases   have
lti:45���To    Vancouver      and    local  turned more or less on trivial things,
points, Agassiz and local points. A railway  ticket played a
19:35���To Montreal and    Okanagan , part in the recent
WOODWORKING.
VKSi MlNSTHK
Co., bank, olhc,
cabinet,  stair,
and detail  work,
mates furnished.
prletor.      Works
and ear line.     P
473
VVOULIWUKin.i.mj
and store  linings,
showcases, man ten
Designs and esti
J.   Brookes,   pro
Comer   Klevt-nth
O. box 264, mom
points.
JO:SO���To Vancouver on
iy.
Arrivals.
7:13���From    Montreal,
Vancouver,
Port   Moody.
9: in��� F"rom    St.    Paul,
Okanagan,
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From     Agassiz,
Vancouver
of
prominent
trial at. Newcastle,
PAPER HANGING & DECORATING
I. HUDSON, WALL PAFEH, huoji
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Santtas;
house painting, kalsomtning, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixtc
street,  New  Westminster.
and local points.
16:15���From Vancouver.
18:45���Fronl     Vancouver,
and local  points.
20:40���From Vancouver.
^2:0-���From Montreal    and
points. ^L^^^
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
H. C.  B.   FOSTER,  A.  G.  P. A.,  Van
couver.
Alexander Hickman, charge! with
the murder of Nesbit. the colliery
cashier, it bore the name of one station and was given up at another.
Half an addressed envelope convicted  a   murderer  twenty  years  ago,  although   the   name   and    addj^ss    had
nothing to do  with  him, except   that
the other half was found in ills bed-
| room.    A  piece of a  (lie convicted a
| murderer named Orrock, who is now
Seattle! forgotten,   but   whose   crime   excited
tremendous  interest  some years ago.
Armed   with   half  of  a   common   file,
Nicola the police tracked him down after one
of the  finest  feats of detective  work
in the annals of detection.
MACHINE   WORKS.
lib bUHAAtihi AlAoni.Mi, ..>.,....~
Limited. Front street. New west
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macninery,
Mill plauti and specifications prepared.
FIRE   APPLIANCES.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. THE LAT-
est in fire fighting apparatus.
II. Harris & Co., Lavery block,
���Columbia street.    Phone 656.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
f<olumbla street. New Wentmlnstfir
LOCUST   PEST   IN   YUCATAN.
HOTELS.
KINO'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone 18. Newest and most up-to-
date in thc city. Terms moderate.
First'class cuisine.  J. Trachy, Prop.
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FKONT ST.
Phone 103. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins, proprietors.
Pests Cover Cultivated Districts,
Leaving Ruin in Wake.
Washington, Sept. 15.���Locusts by
the millions have descended upon tho
Cultivated regions of Yucatan, and
have left in their wake nothing but
ruin and destruction among the principal crops. Vegetation generally has
suffered, tho chief loss being in the
corn crop, a large percentage of which
was destroyed. Consul McGoogan, of
Progresso, Mexico, reports to the department of commerce and labor that
vast quantities of corn will he imported.
Advance Steamer Fares.
London,  Sept..  15.���British  lines included  ln  the  North  Atlantic  Steamship conference have advanced  third
j class fares to Canada five shillings.
II. & V. "States" daily except Sunday
Leave. 23:00;  Arrive at 21:00.
Vancouver,     dally     except     Sunday,
Leave. 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 23:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00, 18:00.
Victoria, daily except Sunday.  Leave,
8:00, 11:00;  Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
B. ��fc V. "States," daily except Sunday; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 9:15.
C. & V. East, dally: Leave. 8:30,
15:45:   Arrive  at  9:25,  22:30.
Sapperton. dally except Sunday:
Leave. 8:30, 15:45; Arrive at 9:25
and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:45; Arrive at 9:25.
Coquitlam.     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive at 13:00.
Central   Park,  dally   except   Sunday;
Leave. 11:00;  Arrive at 13:00.
Edmonds,     dally     except     Sunday;
Leave,   11:00;   Arrive at  14:00.
East   Uurnaby,  daily  except   Sunday;
Leave.  14:00;   Arrive at  14:00.
Burquitlam, daily except Sunday
Leave, 14:00:  Arrive nt 10:00.
Tlmberland. Tuesday and Friday.
Leave. 14:00: Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at  10:00',
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday;  Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Ladner. dally except Sunday; Leave,
14:20;  Arrive at 10:00.
Port Gulchon. dally except Sunday;
Leave,  14:20;   Arrive at  10:00.
Westham Island, daily except Sunday; Leave. 14:20; Arrive nt 10:00.
Sunbury, dally except Sunday; Leave
14:20:   Arrive at 10:00.
Annacis Island, Monday, Wednesday
and Friday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive
at 10:00.
Annievllle,     dally     except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,   Tuesday.   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave,  14:20;   Arrive  at
8:30 and K.-.30.
B.   &   V.   "Vancouver,"   dally   except
Sunday;    Leave,   14:20;    Arrive   at
11:00.
Cloverdale,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:50; Arrive at 11:00.
Port    Kells.   dally   except    Sunday;
Leave, 14:50;   Arrive at 11:50.
Clayton.   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
and   Saturday;    Leave,   14.50;   Arrive at 11:00.
Tynehead.     Tuesday     and     Friday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:00.
Burnaby  Lake, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 16:00; Arrive at 15:15.
B. & S. "States," daily except Sunday,
Leave, 15:45; Arrive ot 15:15.
T^HE most vital improvement in Fit-Reform Suits
this season is���the splendid shoulder effects.
XUE have created the most becoming models that
have ever been shown���natural, well rounded
shoulders ��� neither   exaggerated   in  breadth nor
skimped in faddish fashion.
piT-REFORM caters to real men who demand
good taste as well as good style.
\^E show above the Fit-
Reform Double Breasted
Sack Suit ��� made chiefly
Scotch Tweeds ��� ranging
price from
$18. to $25.
in
in
120
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster FR|DAY. SEPTEMEBR 16, 1910.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE   SEVEN.
AUNDRY WORK
,done by us gives the ut-
i03t satisfaction. Ourequip-
Lnt is modern. The Latest
ion in a collar and cuff
une has been installed.
ggn    Economic,   Prompt.
���hile labor only employed
[oyal City Laundry
Phone 183
lew
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     p. 0. Box
Office, Front St., Foot of
345.
Sixth.
NOTICE      REGULATING      VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
[anadian Pacific
Railway
Chilliwack    j
[Agricultural
Exhibition
Do yon want to Increase, your
business ?   Then see
s
A UN D E R
FOR
I  G  N
s
Si. ns of every  description.
Glass signs a specialty.
708 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
All   ic: sons  using   Columbia  street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are re-
��� ited to keep to the left hand side
"  car track  while proceeding in
either direction.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall, August   12. 1910.
r..'.   ���   .'.T -1!"��   . ..m.m���ra- -*��,*.m..ma*l. I .   TT)
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid  Up   $5,000,000
Reserves     .5.900,000
FATHER VAUGHAN'S
ADDRESS 10 LADIES
Epigrammatic Indictment of
The Modern Scramble For
The Prizes of Life.
The Bank- has Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island: also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas. N'ew Yoik
and   London.  Kngland.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L, M. RICHARDSON. Manager.
New Westrr.inster Branch.
SHIPLAP
ickets on Sale Sept. 19 to 21
usive, good to return up'
io and includes Sept. 24.     Cedar, Fir and Hemlock
IBE AND ONE THIRD First classAir Drled stock
FOR ROUND TRIP
If you  want to build,
now is your time, tell us
Manager,     your wants,  our  price
will suit
ED. GOULET,
cains in  all   lines  at  Pales', the
ible furniture dealer. **
luick delivery of all house furnish-
I      ighl  at Fales'.    Our stock isl
Iplete, the prices the lowest.    **   '
B. C. Manufacturing Co.
Phone 173    Lulu Island
Contemplating
A Trip
To Europe ?
If .o, you will want the very best
that can be offered for your money,
and it does not matter what class of
cabin is desired.
THE ROYAL LINE
will fill your wants. First, Second and
Third Cabin accommodation is unexcelled whilst the Dining Service leaves
nothing to be desired.
The Next Sailings are
Royal George Sept. 29
Royal Edward   Oct. 13
Royal  George    Oct. 27
Royal   Edward    Nov.  10
E .Goulet, agent C. P. R., will book
your passage via these steamers, or
write Wm. Stapleton. general agent.
Scott block, Winnipeg, Man.
A
!
On the subject of "The Eucharistic '
life as an antidote for modern life," !
the Kev. Father Bernard Vaughan ad-:
dressed a ladies' meeting at Stanley]
hall, Montreal, tecently, when the hair
was ciowded to the doors.
In   his   epigrammatic   way.   the   lee-:
tuier made use of many maxims not i
altogether   in  every-lay   use,   as.   for!
Instance, 'We are living in a day of
headlines,    snapshots,    taxicabs    and
music    halls;    In   a    day    when    the,
sei amble for the prizes of life lias become a mad passion.'
"In a day when thero is no empty !
I lace  but the cradle and  no  room  in
which to move but in the churches.'
After referring to a comparative
passage from the seventh chapter of
the Boo Is of Wisdom, wliich passa |
the lecturer stated, epitomized what
tbe Catholic church meant, and what
it was to a rightly minded Catholic,
he procee '.ed to speak of the marvels
wrought in a human soul by the transforming powers of sanctifying grace,
which, said the lecturer, 'not only disarms the soul's spiritual foes, but,
moreover, so fortifies its life that In
due season it puts forth the rare
bloom of supernatural virtues, and the
fruit of good works meritorious of
eteinal recompense. As we contemplate these matchless marvels born of
grace in the soul, may be of a shoeless, ragged, homeless little child, we
begin more fully to understand that
grace is in every deed what it is said
to be, "an infinite treasure to man." '
A question bearing with vital lm-
poitance was: "Upon what food must
this divine life of the soul be fed that
it may not starve to death in us, but
on the contrary, may grow in health
and stiength and'wisdom before God I
and man?"
" 1 might," went on Father Vaugh-'
an. "go on to show bow life, as   we |
find it in the ascending scale of being,
from the amoeba to man, require for
its vigor, development and perfection,!
1 Its own special kind of foodstuffs. But;
I must pass on to answer the   ques-
tion about the character of food need- j
,ed for the support of the soul's divine1
life.
"\ou tell me that for material life
is   required   mateiial   food,   and   our!
Lord  tells   us   that  divine   life  there
is need of divine food.
"We are living In a day of headlines, snapshots, taxicabs. and music
halls: in a day when the scramble for
the prizes of life has become a mad
passion, lt is a day ot lover, tret and
fume, when competition for earthen
toys is so keen, end the margin of
profit in commerce has become so fine
that the one cry beating through the
air is 'hurry up!1 N'o one seems to
j have time for pause till, worn out i;i
:the pursuit of gew-gaws and vanities,
City Property
V.'e liave several lots on
Eighth avenue which must be
sold.    Call and see us at once.
Port Mann
In townsite, one-half acre lots
and  blocks  up to eighty  acres.
W'e liave the exclusive sale of
the very choicest buys in the
townsite. Prices from $800 to
$2000 per acre.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire    In
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
NOTICE
The Twentieth Annual
EXHIBITION
of the District of Surrey Agricultural
Association will be held at Surrey
Centre,
Tuesday, Sept. 27
Special car B. C. E. it. wi.l leave
Front stieet at 9 a.m., returning same
day.
J. STEWART,
President.
H. BOSE.
See.-Treas
CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT OF BURNABY.
Bylaw No. 83.
WHEREAS Fourth street. Burnaby,
being more particularly hereinafter
described, has been used as a naveled
road for several years past; AND
WHEREAS doubts have a.'i-en whether the whole of the said s'reet has
ever been actually dedicated to the
public and the possession thereof
vested in ti.e municipality; AXD
WHEREAS is is advisable to establish and open the said street under
the provisions ct' tlie "Municipal
Clauses Act." THEREFORE the muni i; al council of the corporation of
the district of Burnaby ENACTS as
follows:
1. 'fhe street known as Fourth
street Burnaby, and being particularly described as a strip of bind forty-
nine an.l a half feet in width, lying
thirty-three (33) feet northeast and
sixteen and a half feet southwest of
the hereinafter described line, that is
to say, commencing at the most easterly corner of lot twenty-eight (28),
group one, N'ew Westminster district,
tlience northwesterly alon? the line
dividing lots JS and 21. proup
1. New Westminster district,
for a distance of one thousand
nine hundred and thirty feat
more or less to its intersection with
Seventh avenue in lot twenty-eight,
group one, N'ew Westminster district.
ALSO a strip of land sixty-six feet
wide lying thirty-three i ">:'���) feet on
each side of the hereinafter described
center line that is to say commencing
at a point on the line dividing lot
twenty-eight (28), group one ill from
lot twenty-seven (27), group one (1).
distant one thousand nine hundred
and thirty feet north westerly from
the most easterly corner of lot twen-
tv-eieht (28), group one (1), New
Westminster district .thence north
westerly along the line dividing lot
twenty-eight (28). group one (1),
from lot twenty-coven (27), gi'oup
one (1). for a distance of one thousand seven hundred and seventeen
feet more or less to the most northerly corner of lot twenty-eight (28),
group one il), N'ew Westminster district, shall be and is hereby established and opened us a public road and
highway.
2. For the purpose of definitely-
vesting possession of the said road
and highway in the municipality of
the corporation of tlie district of
Burnaby. the council may enter upon,
expropriate and take any real property that is necessary or convenient
for tbe said purpose subject to the restrictions contained in section 251 and
252 of the ".Municipal Clauses Act."
?,. This bylaw may be cited for all
purposes as the "Fourth street appropriation bylaw."
���1. Passed by the council on the
23rd day of July, 1910.
RECONSIDERED and finally adopt-
, ed, signed by the reeve and clerk and
sealed with the coi; orate seal on the
   dav of   1910.
REEVE. C.  M. C.
This  is  to  certify  that  the  above
b; law is a true copy of cne which is
| pi oposed to be reconsidered and linal-
lv passed on the 17th day of September   1910.    C. T. SAUNDERS. C.M.C.
a  rest  cuie  becomes  imperative  the
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
: clock is stopped, and all action, men
tal  and  physical  must  be  prescribed
as prohibitive for an eighth part of a
| year.
I "W'e are living in a day when the
high ideals of old are fast yielding to
the pressure of creature comforts,
when.principle is being exchanged for
expediency, In a day when self-sacrificing Catholicism is being bartered
for self-centered materialist), when
the Christian sense of sin is being regarded as a by-gone superstition; In a
day when It matters not what you believe, but only what you do, and when
you may do what you like, provided
you are not found out; in a day when
the relations between the sexes takes
one back to pagan times, while the
garbage on which men and women
feed Is as foul and loathsome as the
I stuff over which they gloat and chat
Ijter; In a day when marriage has be-
I come so debased and defiled that not
'even the [b.lged troth can make It
���long endurable without change Otl
! prospective partners in a life of legal
'lzed vice; in a day when there is no
empty place but In the cradle, and no
1 room in which to move but in the
churches. Well might a leading Parisian physician sum up the situation
in the word:    'C'est une pourrltuie.'
"For the confirmation of my strong |
assertions read the story of present-
day life, as it is reflected ln society,
as it is niorrowed forth on the stage,
; as it ls shown up in the law courts, as
i it Is writ large on our book stalls, or
I lf you will, as it ls published in so-
| ciety journals in the monthly uuiga-
i zincs, in the weekly pictorial and In
! the daily pi ess.
| "With Mammon, then, asserting It-
| self, as It do?s amid all bectlonB of
the community In this twentieth century, with hoHie-life gone, with social
life demoralized, with bl-products of
materialism everywhere rampant,
with our marts of Industry like gambling hells, and the very streets like a
nightmare, what, I ask, Is to lift up
and proclaim the Interests of God
against this devastating plague of i
frivolity, folly and riot? Before this
tidal wave of paganism the Church of
Christ was the one and only Instltu-
tlon that was holding her own. i
"The central point was that lf they ]
were to hold their own as Catholics
they must get hold of them, aud lean j
with air their weight upon IiIb strong |
arm. Nothing but clinging Peter- j
like to Christ can save us."
For a Few Days Only
82 feet on First St., between 3rd
and 4th Ave. Best residential site
in city.   $3150, easy terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The^Ney.  Westminster City Specialists
I
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
518 parting* Street, West Telephone 4327
French War Airships.
Villiers France, Sept. 15.���President Fallieres witnessed the dirigible
army maneuvres yesterday with six
air craft. Aeroplanes were also engaged as scouts.
Illinois Primaries.
Chicago, Sept. 15.���Insurgency and
legislative "jackpottlng" ate the issues being decided today at the Illinois primaries. The weather ls Ideal
and a heavy v p te is being polled.
Weekday Schedule
Care leave Westminster for Vancouver at 6:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:29y
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 6:60, 6:60, 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return Fare:  Adults, 60c:  children under 12, 36c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cara leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. in., 9 a. ib. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:   Return fare. 60c; children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 6:20. *
' CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20-mlnute aervlce from 6:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday  Service���20-minute aervlce from 8 a.m. to 11:29 p.m.
Sapperton  Line���20-minute service (rom 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday  Service���20-mlnut.   service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30'p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
"IDAY, SEPTEMEBR16
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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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Off on a wintry clay
Tbat to the house confines me.
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMANS DEPENDABLE NON-
CURLING FILMS with you and yon
can enjoy every moment of this year's
vacation all over again at any time.
KODAKS from $10 up.
BROWNIES from $1 to $12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial  Exhibition  this fall.
We ran explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones'.     43:     Long    Distance.    7-1;
Residence,  72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
Tlie city clerk has received a letter
from Victoria stating that the request for the removal of Auditor Cotsworth had heen received and would
he considered in due course.
See Fales' furniture stock before
purchasing elsewhere. Agnes street. *
p. C. Birks, manager of the Rossland branch of the Royal Hank of
Canada, is at present acting manager
of the local branch, during the absence on his holidays of L. M.
Richardson.
Pol plants and fresh cut flowers at
Tidy's store.    Phone 184. **
Hays-port will have a million and a
half dollar cold storage to be completed early next year. Particulars al
VV. .1. Kerr & Co., Ltd. **
Three drunks and two vagrants appeared In the police courl yesterday,
One drunk was interdicted and the
oiher two were fined the usual $2.50
and costs. The vags wore requested
le ive the city.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
R 208. **
Meetings of the V. M. C. A. building
committee wove held yesterda) after-
n i.'ii ami evening, when the specifications for the building were discussed
at length. Travelling Seoretary (.'. U.
Sayer was present and assisted In
i eai Man decisions.
Hays-port lots sell for $100 up per
lot, on easy terms, $10 cash and $">
per month.    Particulars W. J. Kerr &
oi.. LIU. *��
Bush fires in the west end of the
cl ij nave oeen giving the residents of
thai district some concern of late. ,
George Mead's fruit ranch was threatened on Wednesday, but with the assistance of neighbors the fire was
fought back before any damage had
been done.
Seat sale for "Going Some" now-
open at 'tidy's. **
Hays-port has the G. T .P.  R. running through it    and    a large    wharf
nearly completed;  also telegraph line.
I Particulars    at  W  ���L    Kerr    &.    Co.,
Ltd. **
At a meeting of Post No. 4 of   the j
Native Sons of B. C. yesterday even-
lng, it was decided to  tender a  ban-
quet    to    the    Westminster    lacrosse
team on October 20. in the K. of P. i
nail.     A   committee,   of   which   Alt. '
Johnston     is    chairman,    has     been |
named to look after details.
Hays-nort command the very best
as a fishing centre and will be a sec-
onc Oriinibuy. Particulars at w. J.
Kerr & Co., Ltd. **
for the defence who could not be oh
| talned, it  was postponed till  4:30 In
the  afternoon.    When  the    case   was
'called   in   the  afternoon  the   witness!
| was   still   missing,   although   an   auto-I
lir.oble had been s nt for him.   He was j
out in Surrey and could not get in
ion account of the tires. At the lequest j
of .1. R. Gram, lawyer for tlle defence,
i Magistrate Edmonds adjourned the
Vase until Monday morning at 9:30
; o'clock.
Girls wanted to learn millinery business.    Apply at once Mrs, Mooie, op-i
posite post office. **
ll. M. Addison, advance agent of "A
Stubborn Cinderella," was in the city
yesterday arranging for the coming
of his show, which will occupy the
board here on Saturday. September]
24, Mr. Addison is ose of tho breeziest press agents that has visited this
city for some time, and has a sche.no
to boost his production that will
eclipse anything ever attempted in
this province. Hazel Kirlce, leading
lady in the show, and the las! Minto
Cup match between the Westminsters
and the Nationals, are included In the
scheme, but until details are perfected particulars are withheld.
Hays-port has a greal ruture; particulars at VV. J. Keir & Co., Ltd .**
The Salvation Army will hold a
a leal i: i lng and social In the S.
A. hall, Eighth sireet. on Friday, Sep-;
tember 16, at elghl i 'clock p.m. Admission 15 con's. The now library
will be unveiled same evening.      **
The long enjoyed freedom of tag-
less dogs in the city of New Westminster will only last a day or two
longer. Poundkeeper R. H. Batt has
Issued  an  ultimatum  that   taes  must
The Public
Supply Stores
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
Ihe Central Hole! Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
d. Mcelroy
Phone   R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cess
pools,  Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in toe
Deane Block
Four doors east of the Bank of
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City Market
on , \.' j
Columbia St., No. 441.
TJev     " .-Wrwter,' Bf C;    ���
Hector McCaigh has taken over the
management of the opera house, succeeding VV. N. Carty. who took charge
early this week when Harry Tidy decided his other business interests
were too great to permit his retain-
in. the management. Mr. McCalg lias
had charge of the outside advertising
of the theatre for some time, but has
not had much inside experience. For
the flrst few shows be will be assisted
by Harry Tidy.
Davies greenhouse is the place to
| get bouquets, floral designs and all
i kinds of cut flowers.   Phone H -'08. **
A dog belonging to Sam Tompkins,
wno lives on uie coiner of Sixth and
; Amies  street,  bit  three  children    0:1
j Wednesday and    yesterday Tompkins
j and the dog appeared at the    police
station.    The dog came under guard,
but Tompkins came by request. The
court ordered the dog to be destroyed
an 1 Tompkins; was lined $2 for keeping  him.    The  dog   will   be  Kept  at
the police station for a week to see
if he develops any signs or rabies.
W. E, Fales carries the best selected stock of household furniture in the
city and pikes defy competition. ���"
The Lancashire Old Hoys held a
successful meeting in the old Odd Fei-
lows' hall last night, when they elected their officers as follows: Piesi-
dent. George Hargreaves; first vice-
president. W. Newsome; second vice-
president. VV. Archibald; recording
secretary, K. Rhodes; treasurer, F. J.
Jamieson; corresponding secretary, J.
Alnsworth; guard, it. Turner; organist, .1. Holmes; committee, T. Hall, A.
isiaek.ock and J, Jhadwlck. The association will nold meetings every first
and third Tnursday in each month;
one a social and the other a business
meeting.
lions beds and bedding, the largest
range of uesigns and pi ices. W. E
Fales. ���'���
The trial of Fdward Goudy, charged
j with taking part in an affray on a
I public street, came up yesterday
j morning, but as there was a witness
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You Need
groceries at all times, and our
store is the right place to make
your purchases.
We have the best groceries ln
town. Our bottled and canned
goods, flour, butter, eggs and
other staples are noted for their
excellent qualities. They make
good eating possible, and that
means good health.
We Deliver
your goods to your home, and
save you the trouble and Inconvenience of your carrying them.
Call at our store, and leave
your order for what you need,
and our boy wlll deliver your
goods very promptly. We don't
charge you extra for this.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Every Day Shows  a
ed Improvement in uur
Store  Service
The   various   departments  are  gradually  becoming  settled.    A  few  days   more  and   we    -,-[})
difficulties.    We are pleased by the many words of appreciation spoken   by  customers  who  ......
extensive improvements.    Wc contemplate further Improvements later on, all with the Idi
this store foremost  as  the most  reliable up-to-date, popular dry goods    establishment    in
Watch our advertisements and show windows.
REYNIER KID GLOVES
Complete sl  ck now ready.   \\V have received   the   complete fall
stock ia a'l styles of these well  known   -loves.     Kvery   pair   g
toed.   When you are buying gl< ves is it  nol   worth  something  1 1 be
sure they aie absolutely rellalle,    You can rely noon everj   p
"Reynier Gloves."    Shown In ehades of tan, brown, gi       ���  \
cardinal and black and white; all size.-. 5%  to 1\_.    Per ; .ir 51.25
to $1.75
30 Dozen Embroidered Linen
Collars For 25c Each
A new shipment just to hand contains special values in nice linen
collars. We expeel a speedy sale of the entire lot. They are all
nicely worked in open work and ^oii l embroidery on good grade
linen. Sizes 12% to 15, i, to 2\b inches high. On sale today!
each   25c
Splendid
Showing  Of
ALL  OVER
LACES
Indli itlot
!.. tnd  wJH  b e foi   Ul-
over     laces     I
di esses     ;.    ���
brings,    In thi
to be seen in tin ,
tlon are all I i
of Sequin ci ���
tucked    net ������ |   -
Swi     : ��� ���
ermi     Gulj
white   cotton   laces
fancy  dresi   ni         .-.:..    _:.j
imitation silk  lai i   nel
cream, ��hite and   I   k, etc,
AH    I"! es,    | ( :    yard   35c
to    $ .00
OUR OPENING DISPLAY
OF NEW FALL HATS
revealed the most authoritative styles, The novelties and the n ore staid every day hats are herein
abundance. The many favorable comments passed upon our Initial display leads us to believe tli.it our
hats arc just a little different to those Been elsewhere. A large stock of trlmme.1 hats Is always kepi
before our customers, while hundreds of new shapes are on hand (rom which can be chosen a miltable
style and the same trimmed to your individual taste, Trimmings ol every description al
choice in choosing something to match your new dress or costume. Leave your order early and we
will see to the rest to your entire satisfaction.
. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
be secured. There are already over
f>00 tags Issued and the other day the
supply ran out and some 1!I0S tags
were used. Now there Is a fresh supply on hand and anybody owning a
dog without a tag is in danger of the
law. The poundkeeper has the names
of a dozen or so citizens who have
not provided their dogs with the
necessary passport and unless they do
so at once tbey will be summonsed to
appear in the police court.
The Central Park Agricultural association exhibition, which opened yesterday. Is without a doubt the best
that has yet heen seen ln tbat district,
the fruit and flower classes heln.;
especially good. Another feature of
the show Is the poultry Section,
which ls attracting much attention.
POUNDKEEPER'S   NOTICE.
In  pound one    large    black    horse,
aged, white star on forehead, shod all
round.    If not claime.l by noon, Jl st.
will  be sold two o'clock same dav.
R. II. BATT,
Roundkeeper.
New Westminster, Sept. 16, 1010,
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Some Special Snaps
-    THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
6 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of this  property.    $350  each.   Terns.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
ls especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
has great demand for thoroughly competent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern ns you are certain of ���thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session.
FRIDAY     ^
SEPT. 16
Fun!
LAUGH !
^     FRIDAY
SEPT. 16
Fun!     Fun! I
La ' rence & Sandusky "present the  Screamingly
Funny Comedy
��
"GOING SOME
By Rex Beach and Paul Armstrong.
ONE YEAR AT BELASCO THEATTE NEW YORK!
Great Comedy Cast -  All Special Scenery
Tickets at Tidy's, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c
Ajfc* BgUCK,,..,
610 Columbia St. Principal.
~~   If you want something Choice] [for Sunday'
Dinner, ring up^Phone 101 and order a nice roast o
Spring Lamb, Veal/Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
;. COLUMBIA STREET
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