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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
j WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 191
STpR/A, B. C��
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make $5  Per  Monti
WHITE, SHILES & C
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDA V MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1910.
PRICE FIVE      '- 4TS.
CHAMPIONS FIND FAMED NATIONA
FAIRLY EASY IN FIRST
MINTO CUP MATCH
j Salmon Bellies Bulwark Vice Regal Silver* are With Four Goal Lead-Crowd of About
Sixtaen Thousand Witnessed Struggle Between Champions of the East and
Champions of the World- Westerners Score Seven Coals
While Frenchmen Toss in Three
min.   ;i lead i r foui goals in the
Minto Cup same on Sal ui day.  nol
W estmin ter   team,   cham- there i
. in  world, pracl Icallj . ecur ���(!
lon ' i  i ne Minto Cup for
... e ir.    The  sc n e  ��������������� u   b iv en
nd Is a fair lndlcatl in
��� ���..ii fainoua tean a playi I la
: lie Immense crow d,
. the cup no \  ll ie nei i
nala to beal  New   Wi i
,��� goals nexl Sal ui daj   i
fe i  whi b  ...   ���  ol the   I
be almosl lm-
���unch.    He 1ms the reputation of   else their Ingenuity to see the game.
being able to clear quickly when  Even tne profane press Btand afforded
on goal, I.ui yesterday  accommodation to a few ladles.
Clean   Gai'c.
i teal ure oi the conte
���   Hd not, exce] I on one or two occa-
. show any we ki e     in thai respect.    Sandy  Gray  played  his  usual
ti    lng | ame i nd i to] i ed Borne East
and unexj ei ted shots.
Nationals    Fast.
The   Nationals   s'lowed   thai   they
1 !  devi ��� ,. ; I]  .. nd     i|   , ... i   a8
ertisi I    Gaut hl< r, who I   a liti e
fell >��� , i iuld teai ofl the length of the
r.e al  all and in   many
thi   . i ;        be il  thi ir   checks
1 '    '���    be   .-        Howi ver, they   did
ni I
The Game in Rounds.
A few tnlnutei aftei thiee o'clock
Joe Lally faced off the ball and then
made | ood I Is escape. He wus late
In arriving from Vancouver, bul it
was nol thought righl thai tne game
b1 nil.I sail without blm, The crowd
v.as on edge.
Hirst    Quarter.
Secours shot to Lachappelle on the
i ...   ofl and a shot was attempted by
lull   about   thirty    seconds   alter
the whistle had blown.    George Ken
ol
*as thei I an.\  par- the New Westminster defence men,
ough play.    There were no Referees   Fair.
to mar tl i   serenitv   11  a Matl Barr. lefiee, i nd Ll i el York".
������ of li ���       e an I,   alth   .- b judi e ol i lay, did nol I ave vei ���/ hard
������ Nationals did atari   some- work to do on   Saturday, but   what
Jim Gifl ���   i. Matl Han  bad thej  did was In the main'i itlsiactory.
e fenci   before any of   the Ol course in everj  .ame ever played
avers knew   that  there   was there are some wrong decisions, "but
bave enough of it  to run around  nie relieved and  brought  the  ball  to
Wintemute. The Royals home circled around, but could not make Iti
stick and Secours took the ball. Tho
Westminster defence had settled
down and was not going to allow any
mote easy shots, and George Ronnie
ielieve.1 again. The Westminster
home had not got going and could not
doing. ���    day'     contest    was   more    free do anything with tne ball, which was
Good    Lacrosse. from errors of- judgement on the part stolen   by   the   Nationals.     The   Na-
���   outsel  the game was fasl of tbe officials that mosl of the games tionals made a determined rush which
... and with the exception of played on Queen's park have been. It almost resulted In  a score.    Lachap-
Sa ���
;
wild
l ���
i ��� ���.
anyv
��� ���
��� ���
���  ol times when the champions
i lie rae.  w ben ihere were a
i    their men ofl the field, the
a '. ere kepi In a state of ex-
���   ��� all the while,
Nationals   Passing   Weak.
passing of the visitors was the
where
Is safe to say that whenever either pelle passed to Secours, who gave La-
man thought that a player should he londe a chance to shoot. Newsy got
penalized, he got it and theie was ab- in front of the goal and took his shot,
solutely no partisanship. but he was knocked over by the heavy
Nationals Outclassed. body check, and San'y Gray cleared
Taking the game as a whole, the tne ball.
Nationals  were not  in  it  in  any   de-! No   Advantage.
far below the partment with the Cup holders. Their
checking was not as close, their boring in not as good, their shooting not
as sure and their passing very Inferior.
Lalonde   Not   Brilliant.
The next few minutes of play were
very even, neither team being able to
make any impression on the defence.
The ball would go up and down the
field but there was no chance to
shoot,  both  defences  being  constant-
they  fel
���i I'.ellies    in    efficiency,    Their
a were slow and in many cases
The home men had the great-
llfflculty   in  getting   away    from
hecks and when they did they
liable to get a pass that was not
ere   near   them.      Dozens    of
i  the  Frenchmen  did  not   judge
throws, aud  the  ball  was  Inl 'i-
cepted   before It  went  more than   a
eet.
Westminster Catching Accurate.
II  the hall came anywhere near    a
Westminster stick it was altnoBl
Mre  i >  be caught.      The  home   men
irere   deadly   in   this    respect.        Len
Turnbull,   both   the   Springs,   Wlnte-
���  ite and Feeney did not miss a rea-
- liable   pass  all  day,  anl  there  was
no  fumbling.      The   visitors,  on   the   some clouds In  the sky in  the prog- [ ments when  L'Heureux left the
contrary, did not seem to be bo sure, j iess   of  tlie    game,   the    temperature | to  get  the  ball   on   the  side   of
and
:he:
77ie WESTMINSTERS-Before These Wonders of |
the West the Teams of the East Fall O   T'by One
FIELD FOR WORK
IS All
CM, 6.1. AND G.T.P.
MAY CONSOLIDATE
Newsy Lalonde, although he is con- ly on the lookout and Intercepting the
ceded by some experts to be the best  bail before there was any danger.
lacrosse  palyer  in  the  game   at   the- Peculiar   Incident,
present  time   did  not show  up very j    Punk  Wintemute  got the ball and
brilliantly.    He  played   a good,   con-! thought he had a   chance   to   shoot.
! sistent   game,   probably   better    than' he  aid  shoot,  but   Decarie   checked
I any other man on his own team, but ��� him so closely that the ball was fore-
his i laying was not bene- than that  ed back into his stlcK.    No one kr-rw
o,  npverai players on tiie New   West-'vvheie it had gone and it was several
[minster team. 1 seconds   befoie    Decarie    saw    that
Weather   ar.d   Grounds. I Punk   still   had   it.      However,   Punk
Tbe    weather,    which     had     been I himself  did  not   know   it   was   there
'threatening in the morning c'eared eff! until it was knocked out of his stick.
by afternoon, and although there were     Theie were    a    few exciting    mo-
.oal
the
Rev. J. S. Henderson Points j Sir   Thomas   Shaughnessy
Path of Duty to Members!   Said   to  Be  Considering
SAGE Of LACROSSE
THINKS CUP IS SAfE
of His Church.
Big Railway Merger.
Joe Lally Bids East Despair
Until a New Generation
Shall Arise.
hall    OUl    of  conl I   not   well   have   heen   Improved   field.    He got it all light, hut passed
| on. The ground was in good condition,' badly   and   the   rubber   diopped   right
the   slight   rain   of  the   night    before   into Len Turnbull's s;ick.    There was
just Berving to take ihe hardness out | no one in goal an.l the crowd thought
of it and give the i layers a firm foot-1 that   the  first  score  had   come   and
ing. | rose  to  its  feet.    However,   the   de-
The   Crowd. i fence closed up and the danger was
Ii   is estimated   that   about   1(1.0001 averted.
Garr.e    Even,
ord  for  a  Minto   Cup  game  in   this |    Dp to this time the shots had been
city.    Thousands came from  Vancou-1 fairly even and neither team showed
ver in automobiles, carriages and on | any great superiority over the other,
the electric cars: many came from up I but   matters   began   to   change   very
the line of the C. P. R'. Fraser river'soon.    Lamoureaux made a wild shot
mills were depopulated; the B. C. E.  and that seemed to give the Salmon
R. ran a special train cf three cars in  Bellies something to go on.   G. Spi ing
���   during the    game,   intercepting  from   Ahbotsford   and   received   good j had a goo.l chance and tried to score
imherless shots and keeping    clos 1  patronage.    Everybody  in  town  was' over   his   shoulder   but   there   were
i,.v on his check. In addition to pay-  there and most of those in the   sur
ing   occasional   attention     to     tricky pounding district
Newsy.   Also Chariie failed to qualify
often   dropied   the
slicks.
Champions   in   Great   Form.
The Salmon Bellies, without exception, played Bplendid  games.     They
knew   that  they  had  to do their  best
and    they   ill 1    i\     Jimmy    Gifford.
i   ecking the tricky Gauthier, probably played better than he ever did in people saw the game, which is a rec
his  life,  and  Len  Turnbull  played  a
wonderful game on the home.     The
team  as   a   whole   never   missed   a
��� lance, and when  they  were a  man
or two shy, they never took any.
Galbraith   Always   Busy.
Charlie Galbraith did some classy
n
a seat at the sinner's bench, much
to his gratification.
Goal Tenders Good.
Both Sandy Gray, for the champions, and L'Heureux, for the challengers, played great games between
the nets. L'Heureux, of course, had
nost of the work, and In most cases
three men in goal and he did not tally. The ball went to the other end,
but was not there more than a second or two before Sandy Gray threw
it out.
First Score; First Penalty.
When  tlie  ball   went   to   the   Na-
Port Mann sent a
strong contingent.
Seats  at  a  Premium.
Many people   who knew  what   the
conditions were   .oing to be like were
on  the grounds  at  noon   and   some
sent small boys in the morning to tional end things began to look ser-
hold seats for them. By two o'clock ious right away. Pat Feeney shot
there was not a seat to be had for | but one of tlie defence men saved,
love or money ln any part of the Then G. Spring shot while Matt Barr
-��� a good account of himself.    Al- ground.    By two-thirty there was no  was  looking  for  Decarie  to  penalize
���    went  available  standing   room,  and   tliose' -
in  who arrived after that hstl  to   eve -
nigh there were seven goals
him, there was not an easy one
(Continued on Page Five.)
The NATIONALS-An Eastern Team That Accepts
Defeat in the West Without Whining or Kicking
Yesterday was the eighth anniversary of the coming to St. Andiew's
Presbyterian church of Rev. J. 3.
Henderson, and before his sermon
last evening Rev. Mr. Henderson at-
dressed a few general remarks to the
congregation relative to his term of
office here. His remarks were not
entirely flattering to his congregation
or to his church, but he was optimistic and hopeful.
he said in part: "I can scarcely
realize that 1 have been here seven
years, but I know that 1 have. The
years have passed quietly and in
many ways pleasantly. There has
been work and plenty of it, but that
was one of the privileges of living
here, for life without work would indeed be dull. All has not resulted
from the work we have done that
might have resulted, but I cannot he.p
thinking that considerable progress
lias been made, and I hope that the
years that are to come may be as
pleasant and much more profitable,    j
"I do not think that any of the
churches of the city have kept pace
with the natural growth of the city
and district; be It said to our shame.
This church should be crowded every
night. I suppose there is a large congregation here tonight, but there
ought to be a crowd which we could
not accommodate here.
"I think that the time has come to
take a larger and truer conception of
our duties. Our outlook at present is
too provincial. There is a general
feeling that if we come out square at
the end of the year we have done all
right and that is sufficient, but that
should not be sufficient. The question
that should be answered is, whether
we are all doing our best. I think
we might do more.
"It is a great thing to live ln British Columbia. I do not think we
realize the splendid opportunities that
are ours here on the lower mainland
of the Fraser. We are given a great
heritage, but great gifts carry with
them great lesponslbilities,   and    we
Montreal. Sept. 18.���The statement
is made here that one reason why the
Canadian Pacific was not keeping up
its service in various parts of the
country and was not making improvements is that the main efforts of two
or three men at the head of the company have been devoted of late to an
attempt at securing control of the
Grand Trunk railway and perhaps tlie
Grand Trunk Pacific, and that this
mighty consolidation is at this moment under the consideration of Sir
Thomas Shaughnessy.
���������������������������������������������������
Final Election Returns.
London, Sept. IS.���According
to advices from Pretoria today
the final position of the parties
after the South African elections is: Nationalists, (17;
Unionists, 37: Laboiites, 4; Independents, 13.
Joe Lally, the sage of lacrosse, yesterday wired to the Montreal Star and
the Toronto Telegram his impression
of the Minto Cup match on Saturday.
By the kind permission of Mr. Laily
the Daily News is able to publish his
story in advance of its appearance
in eastern newspapers. Quite apart
from its news value, this story is interesting as the expression of the
opinions of a man who has been associated with lacrosse for a lifetime
and whose fair and unbiassed judgment is recognized from coast to
coast.
Here is the famous referee's contribution:
In the window of Charlie Welsh's
store in the town of Westminster, sitting on a pedestal, Is the now famous
vice-regal silverware known as the
Minto Cup. At the base of the pedestal is the innoceut, but old-ttme British inscription, "What we have we'll
hold," and judging by today's game
between the world's champions and
the Nationals the former wlll    make
MACHINISTS STRIKE IS
NO NEARER A SETTIEMENT
Machine    Shops    Continue    Running
with Help of Imported Non-Union
Men���Both Sides Firm.
good the above.
��� j    If anyone in the east cherishes fond
***************** hopes of the mug's return   let   them
forget it.
The cup is going to remain on the
banks of the Fraser until players of a
higher calibre are developed, men
who have the proper physique to cope
with the giants of the newer province.
They must be Hooblns, Brennans or
Cavanaghs.
Today's score of seven goals to
three just about indicates the merits
of the play, but it must be admitted
that neither team showed their proper form.
It could not be called a brilliant
game, not by several Irish miles. The
Frenchmen awaited the face off with
all the terrors of an amateur vocalist
at her initial appearance, while the
champions awaited the whistle with
countenances filled with resolution
and earnestness; in fact they weie
eager for the fray, and not the slightest sign of doubt or uneasiness was
traceable-as they filed out of their
dressing room, and widely extended
smiles lit up their faces as they
cavorted ln the preliminary Umbering
up.
So much had been aald about the
treatment handed out eastern teams,
who had the temerity to cross the
Rockies in the hope of returning the
cup to its former home that speculation was keen as to whether Matt
Barr and Lionel Yorke would give the
Frenchmen the protection they were
entitled to, and deal out even handed
justice regardless of the merciless
roasting referees are sai.l to be subjected to on thes Pacific   coast,   that,"
The machinists have now been out
on strike for' three months and are
no nearer a settlement of the trouble
than when they started. From the
day they went out up to the present
time there have been no negotiations
. . on either side tending towards a
must not fail in the strategic position settlement- The employers are stand-
we occupy. ..lag firm and the strikers are equally
"I think that the congregation ought! unconiproH,i8ing.
to give more support to the services | sc.haake;8 and the other machine
in the church. I do not think that g-fopg are ,.unning as hest they are
tlie church ought to hold us every j ab,e w,th non.union men imported in
night. We are not keeping pace with i gome (,ase8 from as fal, eagt as Mont.
the growth of the city in this regard L.^ but the strikers do not seem, to
and we ought to receive more support |be worrving about that. Most of the
at both morning and evening services,. 8trlker8 lmve jobs of one klnd and an.
We want more support ror the Sun-1 oUle]. around the city and are not
day scliool. Let the superintendents j 8Uffovll,��� at an
feel that they have the support of the
parents  of  the    children,    and    the I 	
teachers will have renewed courage. I
"Let us have more support with the 1 pe���y Postage In Australia.
Women's Missionary society, the loyal ������   Sydney.    Sept.    18.���Penny postage
band of women which is   doing    so | within the Commonwealth  will prob-
 i 1 ably be introduced at the new year.
(Continued on Page Five.)
(Continued on Page Eight.)
���������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� Exhibition a  Success. *
���                          ���
��� Ottawa,    Sept.    18.���Attend- ���
��� anee at the Central Canada ex- ���
��� hibition which closed Saturday ���
��� totalled  157,039  for the week, ���
��� as compared with 141,660 last ���
��� year.    The receipts   Increased ���
��� by over $3000. . ���
��� ��� .���
���������������������������������������������������
**********************************
*
ADOLPHE LECOURS ���
President of the National Lacrosse Club. ���
  *
"We have been beaten fairly and sitiarely by a better team and ���
we aie willing to admit as much.   The Westminsters are a splendid ���
team. ��� ���'
"The officials were absolutely just throughout ami   we' have'   no ���
fault to find with thera.   Better referees could not be- found   any- ���
where.   I am willing to sign a statement to that effect if you   ,/teh." * PAGE  TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Classified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE F
MONDAY 8EPTEM
IX   DATES  FOR
MANN   CUP  GAMES
WANTED ���SMALL     RANCH,      IM-!
proved,   with  buildings,  in  the  vie-!
inity   of   New   \v estminster.      Fu 11
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land. 62 Hastings street east.
ENGLISH        WOMAN
seeks    work    by    day.
Cornwall street.
.    Joseph Lally, the well known Corn-
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.  wall enthusiast and Mann cup truste .
Head  Office        ���        451   Columbia  St.   wl'-��  is  ,low  on  'be    coast,    received
New  Westminster,   B.  C. word Saturday from the east that Oc-
Branch Office      -      .      Kamloops. B.C.   ,,,,.er j .,nd g ar��1 ,, e &aes ge, for ���, .
Mann Cup matches in  Toronto.    Tlie
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WESTMINSTER OPERA   HOUSE!
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HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
WANTKD���HY    BOY    OF   SIXTEEN,
board and room.   Address S. A. this !
office, stating terms, etc.
ENGLISHMAN REQUIRES Position; experienced In offietfand store
work, advertising, etc. R. P.. care
of Daily News office.
(WIDOW) I     PORT MANN DISTRICT
Apply   11 26   S|XTy ACRES in section 30, township
 |    8, prairie land.   Pii.e Slu-i per acn
one-third    casli,   balance   one   and
two j eai s. 204-A. >
V. A. C. boys, of Vancouver, are preparing to go after the trophy and will
probably leave early in the week for
the east.
SCHOOIBOOHS
Monday, Sept. 19th| School Slip
THIRTY ACRES in s::tion 36. block
5 north, range 1 wes: twenty acres
cleared, with new house an.l barn:
good water. Price ?->0 ; er acre.
Terms     over     eighteen      months.
Railway Time Tables
T. Cosgrove Presents
Hall Caine's Towering Success
WANTED���A GENERAL   SERVANT,
must   he  ahle  to do  plain  cooking.
Apply   4S   Royal  avenue.
WANTKD���LOAN OF $2600 ON IM-
proved city property before October
1.    Write Box th K.. News office.
WANTKD���A WAITKKSS AT ONCE
Premier hotel.
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
 H        Week Day Scnedulc.
(175-A.)   Cars  leave Vancouver  for New West-
       minster at 5:50, 6:50. 7:20 and S:00
" ock   3       a.m., and everv half hour thereafter
I ���..  ab ���
WANTED���DRESSMAKING, CO OUT
by ti.e day or at home. Experienced
and good tit.    328  Eighth street.
WANTKD. HY SEPTEMBER ls, CAP-
able woman or giil as general help,
able to do plain cooking preferred.
Sleep home. Apply Mrs. B. S. Kennedy. 418 Eighth sireet.
WANTED ��� A SMALL FURNISHED ' 16�� ACRES on  the  Scctt  road  within
house September 15 or    October I.i    s>*    miles
FIFTY acres in section 32
north, range 2 west. N. V,. _
soiutely the best subdividing pro-,
position in Port Mann dist.ict t0-: Cars leave New Westminster for \ an
day. Why? The terms are one! couver at 5:5f>. 6:20. 6:50. 7:20 and
tifth cash, and the balance over S:00 a.m. and every half hour there
TEN YEARS, with Interest at 6 per j '    11;C0
cent. (221-A)
  Sunday Schedule.
TEN acres, being lot 6. section 27. ; Cars leave Vancouver ror New Wesi-
block 5 north, range 2 west, N.W.D., mln-ter at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
on new  Yale road.    JS00 per acre; |    everJ.   ha]t   heur   thereafter   un:i!
11:30 p.m.
until  It:30  p.m
" Ihe Manxman
��
With FREDERIC CLARKE in the
Leading Part,  and a  Powerful Cast
 plies
AND   EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  AT
MOREY'S
665���Columb
ia  Street
**%
New Westminster, B. C   I
"^���*****a*\**mJa\
SURREY
by young couple who can give unquestionable references. Write A,
V., care this paper.
WANTKD IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
flrst class lady clothes ironers and
two shirt polishers; two dollars per
day and fare. Electric Lace it Silk
laundry.  Vancouver.
WANTKD���LADY CASHIER, STKNO-
grapher with experienced preferrea.
Apply at once. W. S. Collister A:
Co.
$2600 casli. balance six. twelve and i
eighteen  months at  7  per cent.  In-1 ^^^^^^^^^^
terest. i222-A.) j Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:00 a.m.. and ev��ry hall
hour  thereafter  until   11   p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
a.m. nnd every hour until 11 p.m.
1 Cars  leave Vancouver at  7 a.m. and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On   Sundays  cars  leave   Westminster
at R s ���. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
S a.m. to in p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart.   Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
SEATS ON SALE AT TIDY'S FLORIST STORE
of New Westminster.
Price $S5 per acre: one-third cash,
balance six. twelve and eighteen
months.    Investigate this.     (208-A.)
10  ACRES  in   northwest    quarter    c'
section  19, township    ..    $200    pe
acre: one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 ] er    cent,    interest. (201-A.l
WANTED���TEN  GIRLS  AT    ONCE;
apply Royal City steam laundry.
WANTKD���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR
a few hours daily, by English lady.
Apply Mrs. Wixey, o_u Columbia
street.
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
8, on Newton road. $150 ier acre
Terms over two years. if'l-A.)
LANGLEY
Great  Northern   Railway.
Leaves New Westminster 8:17
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 10:30
la.m.:   arrives  Seattle  3:15  p.m.
Leaves N'ew Westminster 4:30
p.m.:  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster ll':27
a.m.;  arrivps Seattle 7::i5 a.m.
Leaves   Seattle  S:05   a.m.;   arrives
FIVE   acre   tracts,   consisting   of   the
most   fertile   soil   in   Langley     dis
tricts.  cleared  and  In  a high  state
of  cultivation:   tram   line    running
through the property;    good    roads. , 	
on  all  sides.     Piice  $175  per  acre   New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
and up.    Terms, one-fifth cash, bai-      Leaves Seattle  I2:?n  p.m.;
anee over three rears. ! Ve'v Westminster 15:25 p. m.
 ; '    Leaves   Seattle   4:35   p.m.;
., , . .       _. ,.    ��� New Westminster P:l'7 p.m.
Through our branch    office    at    Karri-       T ���     ...     ,,   ..
,      M        . ... ... Leaves Seatt e 11:45  p.m.:
loops we have received sorre of the   ..
Dwight's  Cholera \ Remedy
Price 25c
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water!
Manufactu
red by
J. HENLEY
SOLD ONLY AT
Ryall's Drug Store I
EYES  TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS. **
*****************************************
WANTKD BY WORKING MAN.
room and board near Eighth avenue
and Twelfth street. Reply K., News
office.
W A N T K D ��� H O U S E K E E PING
rooms  for married    couple.    Apply
Box A.A., this office.
w��i���D DoVaSn?vNTER- WALS" 'iTHE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
 . J  l Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
WANTED���A  GIRL  FOR  GENERAL ; Head  Office        .        451   Columbia  St.
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Cal1
and get particulars
j New Westminster 0:30 a.
arrives
arrives
arrives
housework  and   plain   cooking.   Apply  125  Third  avenue.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE OR RENT BY OWNER
seven room modern house on F, ti t.:
street Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Foutth street. Saw
Westminster, B. C.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves N'ew Westminster daily, except Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:50 p.m.: arrives at Port
Guichon 6:30 p. m.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge ] assenger station
10:20 a.m.
FOR SALE���Cheap, two acres on Lu
island, apply after 7 p.m. to J. M
3m1  Columbia street.
New Westminster, B. C. i
Branch Office -      Karrloops. B.C.
KENNEDY    BROS.,    LTD. r  N   ���   ���        ���     ���
,      mmm mm-.. G.   N.   R.���Surras   Branch.
(Successors to Ha e B^cs. &. Kennedy. I    t _ �� :
v _._,__,, 7       leaves   Sumas   6:00   a.m:   arrives
Limit'd.) I.   .. ...        ...    .
[bridge passenger station.  New  West-
Over Merchants  Bank, Cor, Columbia ! minster,    10:20    a.m.    daily    execept
ard Begbie S'.s. I Sunday.
New Westminster. B. C.       Phn,. ^; <'   Reaves   New    Westminster       ;
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. c
Telephone   R   113. Office:  princ
��> St
HOME FOR SALE
5 Room?, 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
FOR SALE���AIREDALE TERRIER
puppies, jedigiee. Cheap. The
gamest hunting dogs produced. 45
Columbia street east.  Phone L2522.
FOR    SALE���TWENTY-TWO    FOOT
launch in  first class    condition:    a
snap for $150 cash.    Apply .is Ken
r.edy street. New Westminster.
FOR city, residential and business I
piope.'ty. farm and fruit lands.,'
water frontage, and B. C. Electric!
and Canadian Northern railway ter- i
miual acreage, apply to
.KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
Over  Merchants  Bank, Cor.  Columbia
and  Begbie  Sts.
New Westminster. B. C.     Phone 335
passenger station  3:60  p.m.:   arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
Mail Service
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR    REN r ��� Fl KMSilLD
room. 424 Third avenue.
BED
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT.
apply 713  T:e\v street.
TO LET���BURNISHED  ROOMS. AP- [
ply    upstairs Trapp    block,    corner;
Columbia stieet and Clarkson.
________���_���������
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable fur-;
n:s!ed   bedroom   suitable    for    two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.
TO     RENT  ���  FURNISHED     HED
rooms.    703  Third   avenue.    Apply'
aftei t p. rn. or between 9 a. m. and I
:.  p   i:i.  ut   Room   14.  623  Columbi
strf ���
business section.
���treet
H. & V. "States" dally except Sunday
Leave, 23:00;  Arrhe at 21:00.
Vancouver,     daily     except     Sunday,
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 10:00, 23:00; Ar-
rive at 8:30. 13:00, 18:00.
Victoria, dally except Sunday, Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
B. & V. "States," daily except Sunday; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 9:15.
C & V. East, daily; Leave. 8:30,
15:45;   Arrive  at  0:25,  22:30..
Sapperton, daily except Sunday;
Leave. 8:30, 15:45; Arrive at 9:25
and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:45; Arrive at 9:25.
Coquitlam.     dally     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive at 13:00.
^^^^^h       ��� [Central   Park,   daily   except   Sunday;
Tenders for Sidewalks. Leave, 11:00;   Arrive at 13:00.
The corporation  is desirous of    re-    Edmonds,     daily     except     Sunday;
ice!ring    tenders    for    concrete-    side-1    Leave,  11:00;   Arrive at   14:00.
walks on Alexander     Deghie     Lome | Ea8t   Burnabv>  dallv  except   Sunday;
McKenzie.  Sixth.  Church  and    Clark-      Leave   W:W;   Arrhe a,  14:00
'son streets.    Plans, specifications and!
^^^ daily    except     Sunday:
PORT MANN
! LARGE   LOTS   (66x1321   on   Jehnton
i    road; $200 each; $10.00 cash, $10.00
per month.
j     W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank  Building.
CITY  OF  NEW   WESTMINSTER.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURN18HED - ��-*"���>-��������_�����<;
room  suitable  for  two.    Handy  tal*"0"* Particulars' ^'"bt'obtaiM'J J Burquitlam
Apply   129  Tenth ;from J-  W-  B.  Blackman.    cltv
engi-
[TO RENT.
TO RENT���Of#U RNISHED FLAT, I
modern; apply 813 Fourteenth |
���treet, above Eighth avenue; five I
min:. es from car line.
-pp,     T..,���,    . , ' ���    v-'-'     ��"*'��� i     ��w"b, i*:uu;   Arriu
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
and
an September 19,  1910
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
September 12. 1910.
CITY  OF  NEW   WESTMINSTER.
���/-.     . .    ���_.,,,,���,,. ~.���..,'..���-,, TT I    Applications will be ieceivrd bv the
TO    U--1IIL   BABB^I   ,;AmD  undesigned  up to 5 p.m. of Monday*
store in  the  K.  P.  block;   M table  the ,,���,, inst    for (he        ,tior, cf aH
for   stoie   rooms,   skatlpg   rink,   or    ,gtant ,0 ,h    CUv Treagurei,
moving pi.tuies  etc   etc.    For par- ,lcantf5 muB[  hc        ab!e    9teno
tlculars  apply  to    John   Forrester. I~JaZ*l���    -���
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at  lfcOO.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday; Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Ladner, dally except Sunday; Leave,
14:2u; Arrive at 10:00,
THE
Bank of Toronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before 1 ieen in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
jaage and strong banking organization.
Interest Js  paid on  Savr.js
Balances half-yearly,
"'���'siness   Accounts   opened
o.   favorable   terms.   ::   ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW   WESTMINSTE.. ,   B   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Sfeet.
White Star--Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURE^^ir���
Triple  ��crew,   H.V  tor*.
8.8. MEGAN i,^.
Twin tcrew, U.900 tons. The
largest and most rroder-. Accommodation equal to any coiling  the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets App'y to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.  G U IN N
CABINETMAKING.
1
S*c. K. P. Trustees. 517 St. George
Btreet, City. B
LOST.
LOS.'���ONE DOUBLK HAQLE Wltfl
tiiawond    setting,    lietween    G   N
freight depot and Hub bai her giiou
Suitable  reward,    ftpply   x.,  News
office.
rnmrmaraa?       BI.VMJ- f
praphers and good at figures.   Salary i
to commence at $65.00 per month.
W. A. DUNCAN. Cltv Clerk.
City Hall, September 18, 1910.
Port Gulchon, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 14:.'0;   Arrive at  10:00.
Westham Island, dally except Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, dally except Sunday; Leave,
14:20;   Arrive at  10:00.
Annacis Island, Monday, Wednesday
and Friday; Leave, 14:2u; Arrive
ai 10:00. |
Annlevllle,    daily    except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,  Tuesday,   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave, 14:20;   Arrive at j
8:30 and lfi:30. ^^^^^^
B.   &   V:  "Vancouver,"   dally   except
 _��  ^   w>   uct.u..    Sunday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at
patlon   real  estate  dfe��i(p.r.  Intends to I    *1:00.
apply for permission  to purrtmie the!Cloverdale.    dally    except     Sunday;
City  following described lands: !    Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 11:00.
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 Styles.
NEW   WESTMINSTER    LAND    DIS
** TRICT.
District %df   New   Westminster.
 ** " '��r7n^ ^ev^at, I. William Rob-
LOST���A   POCKETU0OK   CONTAIN-1 _.,._   k! ?f  Van&uver,  B. C;   occu-
ing sum    of    money    and    checks
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
| '"���Comm_���_.<>!ng    at
Kinder  return  to the    Roy ..
Dye Works and receive reward.
LOST ��� ON    SATURDAY -RAFTER-'ahout  twKty ^lalns^orth trmFtltm \P��i.    Kel]^'   dall-v *e^ept    Sunday;
noon, a gol:! watch and chain, either B0"*'iwest  corner   of   Timber   I ea��e ' - e' 14:50:  Arriv^at,jU:^l.
on    Columbia    Btreet.    or    between '3S7r,n-   Texada   Island,   thence    west jLla,'to1^   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
Third ayeiUie and Pine street.    He ..eighty   chains,   thence   south    eightv
ward.   Return to Dally News office,  chains,   thence   east   eighty   chains
-��� ��� mm ,n thence north eighty chains to point of
LOST-LADJf5*'    SILVER     W^TCH  ^mniencement, containing 640   acres
with gold chain, between  tram of-  ir.ore or less.
flee an��T Third sfree;.    Suitable re- WILLIAM   ROBERT   DICK
���ward  for  returning  latsc to  DJIy      ^'ancouver,    B.    C,    Se^tesber   6
,   News office. 1016.
and   Saturday;   Leave,   14.50;   Ar.
rive 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. tc S. "States." dally except "Sunday:
Leave, U:45; Arrive ct 15:15. '
M. J. Philips
The Wardrt>ke Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson ftats
Columbia Street New Wettmioster, B. C.
Furniture .Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39 Alexander St.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL A OOOY
Carner Eighth 8t. and Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
^^^B       For all kinds of
|jOB   PRINTING
Phona 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Press
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, Pro.
Dear The Dally News Co., 609 Victoria
Street,
Try a  "WANT" ad  ia Tlie *<���**���
It will bring r*sults. ^���^���BF
wm~*
^ .DAY SEPTEMBER  19, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THI1EE.      1
Bank of Montreal
KSTABLISHED 1817.
..      $14,400,000.00
I CAPI'M E  '   '          11,000,000.00
Rrnncbes throughout    Canada    and
dland,  ami  in  London,  Eng-
���sew Vork, Chicago and Spokane,
and Mexico City.    A general
business    transacted.    Let-
Credit Issued,   available   with
indents In   all    parts of   the
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
N
I lan��i
U.S.A-.
b:im>i"
I ters ol
ci iesp<
v��s vings I""1'1 Dapartment���Deposits
I   jn  sums  of   .1   and upward,
r ':  , terest allowei at 3 per coat, per
"Jnum (present rate).
Total  Assets ovei
$lX(i,00(),000.00
NtW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. i). BRYMNER, Manager.
At tho annual meeting or tie agri-
cutural b cietles o! British Columbia,
"'ll1 '" Victoria In January last, dales
tor thc fairs throughout the Province
were arranged as follows:
First   Circuit.
Comox      sept. 22 and 23
Cowlchan       gept. 23 and 24
The Wands  Sept. 21
victoria       sept. 27 to Oct. 1
N. and  S.  Saanlch Oct. 7 and 8
Second   Circuit.
Coquitlam      Sept. 20
Maple   Ridge Sept. 2\ and 22
Mission       sept. 23
Agassiz         Sept. 27 and 29.
Chilliwack     Sept. 20, 21 and ::2
Westminster
j Transfer Co.;
I *���** e 'Phone 115.      Barn 'Phone 13?
ColuniQla  Street.
Fignsge    delivered    promptly    to
any part, ot tbe city.
i itujgiej
Lisht and Heavy Hauling JJSS
Third    Circuit.
Armstrong      Sept. 22 and 2?,
Kamloops        Sept. 28 to 30
ielowna      Sept. 20 and 21
Salmon   Arm    : -Sept.. 2'.', and 24
Summerland      Oct. 17 and 18
Fourth Circuit.
���THE    MANXMAN."
"The Manxman." latest of the dramatizations of that powerful writer,
Hall Caine, will he seen in this city
tonight at the Opera house, with a
east of great brilliancy headed hy that
popular star,  Frederick Clarke.
The play is acknowledged the besl
of all the Hall Caine plays, an.l that
is saying much for the enjoyment of
local play-lovers, for we all remember
"The Christian, "The Prodigal Son"
and "The Eternal City." "The Manxman" is a page lrom real life, and has
to do with a great inspiring love,
punctuated by great, dramatic, moments and brilliant dialogue. Action,
with simplicity, keys the heart, of the
auditor and beholder to tbe beauty of
the work, and the oast which will interpret it will be far above the usual
dramatic organization.
The Old Folks
f ir.d advancing years bring an increasing tendency
to constipation.     The corrective  they   need  is
^
C*TV
NA-DRU-CO" Laxatives
Entirely different from common laxatives. Pleasant to take, mild and painless.
A tablet (or less) Lt bed-time regulates the bowels perfectly. Increasing
doses never needed. Compounded, like all the 125 NA-DRU-CO preparations, by expert chemists. Money back if not satisfactory.
2��c. a box.    If your druggist has not yet stocked them,
send 25c. and we will mail them.
NATIONAL DRUG &. CHEMICAL COMPANY
OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL.   22
f^
The    Fall    Fairs.
The dales of the tall fairs through
the upper country and coast have
heen announced as follows:
Kelowna, September 20 and 21,
Kamloops, September 28, 29 and
30.
Armstrong, September 22 and 2i\.
Salmon Arm, September 23 and 24.
slve.
Surrey
Langley
OFF1CE���TRAM   DFPDT.
 Sept. 117
 Sept. 28
.Sept. 29 and 30
.Sept. 23 and . 1
FREDERIC  CLARKE
Appearing in "The Manxman," at  the
Opera House Tonight.
VICTORIA   IS   TO   HAVE
FIRST-CLASS   OPERA   HOUSE
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
r        C   Wesl minster Trust. Building
Ntw Westminster. B. C.
POUNDKEEaER'S   NOTICE.
Phc.e 651
Residence  Phone  133
In pound one large black horse,
aged, while star on forehead, shod all
round.    If nol claimed by noon. 21st,
will   be   Sold   tWO   o'clock   same   dav.
It. 11. BATT,
Poundkeeper,
New Westminster, Sept, 16, 1910.
P. 0.  Box  395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
Ml  .lobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room 6,  Guichon Building.
Phone  681
Colonial   Block
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
c, I Watcjea for Lan! s from $12-/5
o.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
|6.00.
SI r Watches, gents' op?n case.
|7.=0 up.
Agent for Waltham and Kigtn
SPatcheS,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Goo. Adams' Grocery
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
Victoria. Sept. 18.���L. W. HoughtonJ
[the official architect of the Northwest,
Theatrical association, is expected to;
arrive  lrom  Seattle again  this  evening,    bringing   with   him   completed
iplans for the new theatre to he creeled in this city at tlie corner of Gov-
ernment  and    Elliott    streets,   imme/
diately opposite the new Grand Trunk
Pacific hoiol.    The new  home of dramatic art in this capital city will he;
in  all essential  details a duplicate of
'tlie Spokane Opera   house, and   will
[have seating accommodation for from
1500  io  2000  patrons.     lt is   under-j
stood that the arrangements for carrying the theatre project to a successful consummation are   now   virtually i
complete, the promoters of the enter-;
prise having accepted and signed the |
agreement proposed by General Manager Cort on behalf of the Northwesl
| Theatrical    association,   under   which j
an opera house   is   guaranteed,   together with a lease for twenty years',
at a rental allowing live per eent net j
'��� upon the debentures   issue.!   for the I
j purchase of site and  the erection of I
this city's new theatre.    According to'
I present  arrangements  the excavation ���
' contract  will be awarded   very   early j
dm ing the coming week, and a guar-|
antee is required of the completion of'
the bouse by January 1. so that Victoria shall miss nothing in the way of
I first-class      circuit      attraction      for
I 1910-11.
Our $3 Boys9 Suits
Last season we bought heavily in Boys' three piece Suits, consequently
we have 60 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.
// you have never  Tested the  Excellence of Our Boys'
Suits, you've missed a Splendid Investment.
See Our Mens' Blue Serge Suit Special, $15.00
t\
B. C
_p rjm
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
>,.:,   to  21,  H.  P.
2  and  4  Cycle.
Local   Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
V J
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New Sternwheeler
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
W. B. Walsh      W. B. Walsh, Jr.
Factory, 226 14th St.
New   Westminster,   B.C.
Phone 413.
We  make  a  specialty  of  fir
doors,  steamed and kiln dried.
CANADIAN
'; PACIFIC
s. s. paystreak!
Leaves Mraokman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday snd Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday. Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
Now  Westminster.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
22H Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$ir> weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 765.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds  of  Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon   nnd  Sixth  St.   New
Westminster n. C, Phone :?54.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on  Any  Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
CANADIAN PACIFIC
w  RAIIMCO. j
Train Service Mew
Westminster
Departures.
5:45���To Seattle. Port Moody. Bar-
nett and Vancouver.
S:oo���To Vancouver.
D: I'i���To Montreal. Nicola, Vancou- j
ver and local points.
16:05���To St. Paul, Kootenay points
and Sumas.
lfi: 40���To Vancouver and local
points, Agassiz and local points.
1!��:3C���To Montreal and Okanagan j
i points.
20:60���To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
7:43���From Montreal, Vancouver, j
Port  Moody.
9:10���From St. Paul, Okanagan,
Kootenay and Sumas.
W: 18���From Agassiz, Vancouver
and local points.
16:15���From Vancouver.
18:45-���From Vancouver, Seattle
and local points.
30.4&���From Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal and Nicola
points.
| ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R|
*H. C B.  FOSTER, A. G.  P. A., Van
couver.
In!
REID & CO
Store of Satisfaction
f
CANADIAN PACIFIC
BX. Coast SS. Sailings
TENDERS
WANTED
Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned up to
noon, September 20th, for the
clearing of 450 acres, more or
less, of timber lands. Plans and
specifications can he secured
on application. The lowest or
any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. H. HASLITT,
Purchasing Agent.
B. C. E. Ry Co., Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C.
TENDERS
WANTED
Tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon,
September 20th, for tunnel excavation, approximately fiOO feet
rock and earth. Plans and
Bpacifications 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.
STEAMSHIPS  FROM  VANCOUVER
to Victoria.
10:00 a.m   Dal,y
1:00 p.m   U*--*y
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a.m   Daily
11:00 p. m Dally except Saturday
11:30 p.m  Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
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Fridays; leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
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The regular meetings of this lodge
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every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. W. M. West. N.O.; W. C.
Coatham, P.O.. recording secretary;
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of the Province, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 2. p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday���Lacrosse Matches.
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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 banc^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.
AU G. Barnes' Big Three Ring Wild Animal Circus on the Grounds during
the whole Period of the Exhibition.
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Quite a  considerable amount  of interest  has  been aroused in engineering   circles   by   the  leeent   statement
that tlie British Admiralty intends to
lay down a new battleship with inter-1
nai combustion engines for its motive
power.    If this be true, and it is not
at all  improbable, the  slep  marks  a
wonderful    advance.      Great,    sti ides
have of course been made in the construction of oil engines of great  pow-,
er during  the  last year or two, and
as the admiralty has been experiment-;
ing with this form of power lately, it j
is (|iiite likely that it has been found1
possible to devise a set of oil engines;
that will develop the measure of force
necessary to pro],el and manoeuvre a
modern battleship.
As a matter of fact there is at present under construction in a German
shipyard a liner which will be equipped with Dir'sel oil engines of three
thousand horsepower. Even a few
months ago motor engines of this
size were regarded as impracticable.
Yet a stationary engine of four cylinders, developing ten thousand horsepower, has been laid down, and four
such engines on the like number of
shafts would give an immensely greater driving force than the twenty-s:'\en
thousand horsepower steam engines
which have been placed in the new
British battleship, the Orion.
The Diesel engine, which is making
these remarkable developments possible, uses heavy oils or petroleum residue, which is vaporized in various
ways at a high temperature. There is
the fireat advantage that this material
can he purchase 1 cheaply anywhere.
This engine is essentially diffe ent
from the light and speedy motor.;
used in automobiles and aeroplanes,
which use only the light oils.
There are undoubtedly difficulties to
lie overcome before the adoption of
this new means of power ls brought
to perfection, but they are not such
as form insurperuble obstacles. The
motor-driven battleship may not be an
accomplished fact for another year or
two, but when It comes it must entirely revolutionize naval arrangements and ideas. Tlie new motor tep-
resents a vast saving of space, that
which ls now f.lven over to boilers
and condensers; to coal storage, and
to the liouEing of the immense ciews
necessary'for the proper working of
the steam engines.
It means a wonderful economy In
working. A mere handful of engineers and greasers will suffice where
hundreds of men are now employed.
Crude oil stored in tanks at the bottom of the ship wlll mean the occu-
fpancy of the only one fourth of the
space now devoted to fuel, an enormous gain In die power developed,
and a greatly increased range of action. On'deck tlie disappearance of
liie monster funnels will give a much
smaller tar. et and a greater angle of
action to (lie guns, whilst removing
the piesent danger of lost efficiency
by the shooting away of the smoke
stacks The coal lighter will probably be replaced by an oil tank steamer
ahle to carry sufficient fuel for a
whole fleet and possibly it will deliver
this to a vessel by means of a hose
while steaming at full speed. Then
again, when the call for action comes
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goods store.   N'ew Suits, Coats, Skirts, Dress Goods, etc., are receiving  specie
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lngs of the season.   Diagonals. Cheviots, Broadcloths, and a variety of noveltj   weaves   comprise
special.   Regular values to $25.00.   This week      %\%\-
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Bargains in Dress
Skirts, $12.00
Values for $6.50
Plain and self-striped fabrics in
Panama, Broadcloth, Tweed, Venetian
and Wool Taffeta included in this
genuine snap. An excellent assortment of taking styles. All sizes are
here. Regular prices as high as 112.
Sale price $6.50
Great Saving on
Swiss Curtains
Secure at a discount���we clean !
the lot���162 pairs in all���ami on sale
they uo for this week. You'!! be Wl i
to supply your curtain needs from
this stock. Choice designs in floral
and applique effect.
Regular $5 values, per pair   $3.50
Regular $6 values, per pair  $4.&o
Regular $8 values, per pair  $6.00
15c Flannelette, 12 l-2c
Per Yard
White only, good heavy English Flannelette���advanced In
price since we bought this���
but we do not consider that for
one week's selling; :'.l Inches
wide, per yard   121 2c
Tapestry Table Covers
$3.25
Stunning values in Tapestry
Table Covers, choice designs In
various colors. Purchased specially  for   this  event.    Regular
prices       up       to     $5.00.       Sale
price $3.25
Damask Table Cloths
Seven only, sizes 2 yards by::
yards, with one dozen Napkins
to match. This lot Is really
$6.60 value, but we are clearing
oul the line. Spei lai per
���et     $3.=o
THURS.
SEPT. 22
A Snap in Dress
Goods, 50c Yard
An extra special In piece goods,
Worsteds, novelty weaves and Tw eds
in wide array. Hlack and plain colors
Included. You'll Und these equal to
any 7."e quality suitable for waists,
dresses and linings. Per yard  ....50c
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SEPT. 22
Specials in Silks
One piece  Bonnet's hlack  Reau di
Bole,   guaranteed   quality.     i;,
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>ai(l    $1.50
Hlack and colored Tamallne Silk, all
new   shades   in    slock,    suitahle    for
waists,    dresses    and    linings.      Pei
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Sixteen Capable People
Band and Orchestra
Feature Vaudeville Acts
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NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Tenders   for   Sewer  Construction.
The corporation is desirous of receiving tenders for the laying and
construction of about ten (10) miles
of sewers on the Klghtb street sewerage Bystem in the city of New Westminster. Further particulars and
plans can be obtained from J. \V. B,
Blackman, city engineer.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to flve o'clock p. m. of
the liflth inst.
��� The  lowest or any  tender not  necessarily accepted.
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City ball, September io, lino.
LAND   ACT.
Oi-
there will be no waste of precious present, of course, this Is something
hours in getting up steam; no lying of a dream battleship, but as we have
for weeks under banked fires. Tbe bald, circumstances point to Its ac-
mere switching on of an electric mo- complishment at no very distant pe-
tor will start the engines at once. At Hod of time.
New Westminster Land  District,
trict   of   New   Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
BaggS, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer. Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following de-
scrlhed lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mile northeart from t)./-
head of Hillings hay, and about 40
chain* easterly from the southeast
corn*-- of timber lot number 87341,
tlience north 40 chains, tlience east
40 chalna, thence south 40 chains,
thence west 40 chains to point of,
commencement, containing 160 acres!
mote or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1910.
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seven rooms, and large concrete
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lane in rear; good position on car
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Price  .3600, easy terms.
No. 137.���New six-room houpe on
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0AY SEPTEMBER  19,
1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
'sporting news
lampions
Find Famed
Nationals Fairly Easy
ince  after
ome
(Conti
DUed from Page One.)
Feeney.     The  de-
f���i- checking
0f Decarie rather
L'Heureux     stopped
:,  but threw the hall  oul
,he net an.l  Cliff   Spring
In m
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ring''
front of
ot in :'
I tin- N'1
It came  low  an I    hard,    hat ''���
sent  uff  for  banding  Tommy  Qlfford
the end  of the stick   while Tommy
was checking him from behind. Uiny
that   did  tlie  visitors  be-
dangerous and thai  was when
I Lalonde showed some trace oi his old
time trickiness and   Bhot   an underhand attempt from away out.   lie had
'been fooling around for an opening to
pass ami the shot was entirely unex-
spoiled the pected.
G. i GraiP"	
weie subject to an eruption of    applause for the s!'"1  and for the slop.
A second later when the hail went >o
clean goal���the first stroke  lh(, v;i!iun;i| ,,,.,   Feeney passed to G.
ionai knell. I Spring  who Bcored  on  a  clean  haul
shot.   Score 3-0.
George  Rennie Off.
(in resumption of play George Kennle started to do some    calisthenics
wiili  ids stick  und   was  sent  to the,
fence for five minutes.    Dulude pass-i
ed
Sage Cf Lacrosse
Thinks Cup is Safe
(Continued From Page One)
Some   Excitement.
kcjtli the   Nationals   one   man   say
fl,e champions going strong   the
iwd began to display some inter, si.
LmDlster got it on the face off and
r.(l a run on the goal, tlie bleach-
[ling tbem   on-   In some   close
fcgint; in front of the goal, the ball
tl,,. ground and there was   a
ip,   The Nationals emerged
fu ly eight thousand people came over
from Vancouver to satisfy themselves
on that score.
Whatever may have happened ln
the pasl I am not In a position to say,
never having seen referees in action
iu these parts, but it  is my opinion
  and that of all unbiased followers of
got it clean and the spectatois | the game who  understand  the game j
that Barr and Vorke s handling of today's contest wan all that could he i
desired. No favorites were played
and every man who deserve.! banish-
menl received his time check, in fact
there were no harrowing details to record, and very little of uny disposition
was shown to "mix it up."
There   were   few
throughout
cause of
lix
ly  victorious  for  they  Bhot!a few minutes,
Bpectacular  plays
the match,  probably    be-
_^^_      .    ,       ^__        , ,  tbe uneyenness of' the play.
to Lalonde In front ot the .goal, fhe champions only on one or two
Lalonde passe-,I hack, but Du.ude went occasions were compelled to extend
down und out as the pass was made, themselves, and then again the
No one went oft, but play ceased forJFrenc'    ^^^
bmen's Held
"(dlI to the side of the field and
ftbe fence.
���jn Turnbull  got  on  the face off,
\'e\v Westminster did not hold It
uithier got lt and  started  up
[field, but Jim Gifford stopped him
I took it away from him, as he did
I several  subsequent  occasions.
Irumpj  Spring hud a chance, but
|l( about the poorest  shot he  was
lalile of.    The ball was Just tossed
and the fat Frenchman in goal had
[trouble  with   it.    (lagnon  got  tlr>
(1  just at  the    side    of    the    net.
lumpy swooped down  on  him    like
Ley oldfield trying out a new 7000
J-se power racing car.    Gagnon di 1
like the look of   the   approaching
irm so he crouched  to the ground
Grumpy  went  past and over    a
stance   of about    ten    yards.    The
JEDch scciion of the bleachers set up
(nyful yelp.
|The ball   went  up  the  field  again,
Jimmy Clifford again took it from
ithler.   Things began
���ous for   the   visitors.
lured in on L'Heureux so fast that
could not be kept track of, but
ifat man was there with his stick,
stomach or his luck and nothing
In; pasl him.
Westminster  Penalties.
i the mlxup the    referee    thought
Grumpy Spring was wielding the
Ikory luo much and sent him to the
There was no more scoring in the
quarter and the plaj was rather uninteresting. Unhide charged Tommie
Gifford behind the Westminster goal.
Both went to the ground and the
Frenchman seemed to have trouble
with his wind und so Tommy was
sent to the fence. Dulude could not
move for a minute or two, but it. was
afterwards shown that Tom wus the1
most seriously hurt of the two and
the only decision of the referees that
the Westminster funs ure kicking at
all about is that Matt Burr did not
send Dulude off too at that time.
Feeney Hurt.
Westminster  hud  two  men on  the!
again
  ued to be dead
punk and squashy. Their hundred ,
yard stunts in ten flat, the alacrity I
which was in evidence in their league,
games  In  the    east,    fulled,  as    the!
would     say,   "to     come
j westerners	
through."
Tlieir defence did well in holding
the champion's strong home down to
seven goals, but "Happy" L'Heureux
wus not up to his best form.
'I heir home got poor assistance
from the field and when they did get
tlie odd mun they would circle in-
steud of boring in us the champions
do.
Catterinich and Lalonde, although
the latter was more closely watched
fence and the men on (he field started  to  play  rag once more.  . But the
Nationals  were looking for them by
that time and  managed  to steal the
ball.     However,   they     did    not    get'
dangerous.    Feeney got the ball, but
was hit on the head    and    Dussault |
went olT.   There was only 25 seconds
to look dan- of the quarter left to.play and nothing
The  BhotB, exciting happened.   Score 3-0.
Third Quarter.
The third quarter was the most ex-
citing  of  the   game.    Tlie   first   part
was not too fust, but there was something doing all the time and towards ;
the   last   there   wus   some   whirlwind
lacrosse.   George Rennie came on Just
as  the quarter started.    He got  the j
than
the
man of the twenty-four, were
particular stars of the Nationals.
"Dare Devil" Gauthler made two of'
his famous hursts to get through, but
two only. On the second occasion he
received a "windjammer" on the solar [
plexus and slowed up descernibly.
To Newsy Lalonde must be given
the cherry topped ice cream. In the
face of the poor support he received
he was the hest mun on the field.
iThe following are excerpts from
the remainder of Mr. Lally's story, in
which he describes the game in detail):
When the teams came out for tlie
second quarter the village band
struck up "Life Is Fading Fast Away."
When the Frenchmen came on the
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NEWSY   LALONDE. ���
���������������������������������������������������
"Four goals of u lead Is not
very much.    We    can    pull
I tbal Mown In the next game
and win. We've done it before
nd we can repeat the trick."
J. S. DUQUETTE
Secretary of the National Lacrosse Cluh.
"Vou have beaten us, what
have we got to say ? 1 am not
going to make any complaints."
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Wor flve minutes. Westminster
���te ball again, but there was a
-'���; in centre field and Matt put
fTurnbul] off for tripping.
Rag.
-<��� look of the  penalty  bench  did
seem good to the players left on
:."ld and they began to indulge In
i abominable rug, must to the dis-
i.f the referees and the Nationals.
ever it did not last long und three
"iiuls  came  at   Len  Turnbull   at
and he lost the ball.   Cutturinlch
<���' Up the field, but his passing was
judged and Buck Marshall took the
Iter.   He passed it to Punk Winte-
ind there was more soldiering
(irumpy   Spring   came   on   the
li again and got the ball.    During
I muse of the rag Mutt Burr ordei-
itlie Westminster men to play lass*; once or twice and so they did.
Rett of Quarter Even.
liiutliier  had p. shot  but  be could
Pet It straight and    Sandy   Gray
pitured It as lt was gettlug past tho
with u good margin    to   spare.
.en the ball  went down tlie fleld,
Nationals hud a narrow   escape.
Feeney passed to Wintemute who
^ ii great shot.    The  ball struck
peureux square in the'stomach, but
(managed to clear it.    ���
Second Quarter.
TU' second quarter openel strong.
f* Westminster got the bail, but
ball and passed to W. Turnbull. Bill
shot, but L'Heureux relieved. Tommy
Giffcrd came on and got the ball, but
Lachappelle intercepted his puss.
There wus u mix up on tlie field and
the referee faced the bull. Westminster had several t-hots but they weie
not accurate.
Decarie   passed   to   Clement,   w'-o
passed to Gauthler, but the little n   :i
di I his usual stunt of losing the ball I
to Jim Gifford.    Bill Turnbull took   a
long side shot.    It was a dandy and
hit the post with  a bang that could j
be beard all over the fleld, but it did j
not go in.    A second later Len Turn-
bull got the ball on the rebound and
crowded it in for the fourth consecutive Westminster goal.    Score 4-0.
The crowd settled back in satisfaction feeing sure that the cup was
safe and that all was well. All the
men were on the fleld and the game
was even for several minutes. Feeney
brought the crowd to Its feet by Tuning [iast two of the National defence
men and heading straight for the goal.
But there were two many there and
Pat was surrounded and robbed. The
Nationals did not clear well und the
ball came back from centre field in
the possession of New Westminster.
Westminster  Again.
The next goal was the easiest one
I field for the third quarter the bund
struck up "We Don't Care If We
Never Get Back." When Newsy Lalonde went to the fence for a drink of
water a young fan told him to take
the old buttered cup he was drinking
out of back with him, saying. "That's
the only mug you fellows'll get (.ut
here."
Newsy Lulonde's comment after tbe
mutch:    "We will be back next Saturday and do to you fellows what you
did to the Shamrocks in the second
I match."
Call in and have
a Hot Pancake
made while you
wait.
Served up with
the Pure Maple
Syrup.
(A la " Les Champions
de 1910")
A Delicious Delicacy. A swell
thing for breakfast.
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Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
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We nave a full   line   or   tne   Best
Builders  Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
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A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
Diamond Rings from   $15.00 to $200.00
Pearl Rings from    $2.50 to $15.00
Rings with assorted stones as pearl  and  diamond, pearl  and  ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
of  the  game  nnd   should   have  been
t right away to Nationals.   Decarie  stopped by the National defence Punk
��6d to Lalonde. wbo passed it on  passed to Len Turnbull    (UrecUy  .In
Gauthler, but the little man was not from of tbe goal.    There wns      man
ind the ball  was fed Into    the  standing right beside Len but be d d
Inster home again.   Punk pass- not seem to think ii    necessun    to
! NEW JEWELLERY STORE"
S. E. EDWARDS
Beys to announce that owing to tbe delay in fitting up fixtures, his
opening is postponed till
MONDAY,   THE   19th   INST
New and complete stocks will be carried. Everything of the latest
and up-to-date design in jewelry.
Clock and watches repaired.   Eyes tested free.
I     Canadian Pacific Railway      J
Visit The
S. E. EDWARDS
445 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C.
OPINIONS  ON  THE  GAME.
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CHORUS OF  NATIONALS
sl" Ken ln  foreign    language,
probably  French.)
Us ont une    sacree    bonne
equlppe, ees gallliards la.    lis
lont do premiere treinpe."
ALONZO  PRINCE ���
Managing  Editor of La Presse, ���
Montreal. ���
"The Westminster   team has ���
beaten us fairly.    We admit  lt ���
Is a grand team. They outclass- ���
el the Nationals." ���
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check him. Len calmly turned his
back on him and scored without any
trouble at all.   Score 5-0.
For the next flve minutes the ball
see-sawed up and down tbe fleld,
with New Westminster having a little
better of the play. Cattarinlch was
hurt, but no one went off. The game
was only stopped for a second or two.
ot  play  the  Na-
I nen
iot.
core
Ho
��o (lose to Len Turnbull and the
'Clonals got the ball for about ten
forirts. Their passing was poor and
Feeney got the ball again. Pat
ls��il to Long Bill Turnbull who
iKl,'<l It on to Len. Len had been
lnR some work round the goal and
*.** got the ball he had an open
When Len gets an open shot at
range that Is all there Is too it.
2-0. The goal was scored in
"Haute and flfty seconds from the
^ "ft. which was the second fasteBt
���*' made during the game.
,. Nationals Distanced.
'W the next few
Jnals did       ^^	
, <* ��t all.   The Westminster home
" n��W the ball and    circled    all
,. ,ln<i the  National   defence.    They
n Bhopt occasionally, but did not
J���i to��be able to lose the ball. Some-
,nt j ������ National  man  would  get lt,
1(,1(1'"' could not take it past centre
fonie'1"'1."16   eluslve   rubber would
Con .Tones: "It was a great game
and 1 think there is no doubt you will
keep the Minto Cup."
Matt Barr: "It was a good game,
but rather slow at times. 1 tried to
be absolutely impartial. One of the
National men called me a foul name
as he left the fleld when 1 sent him
off and I would be justified In penalizing him for the rest of the game, but
1 did not want them to have any excuse whatever for saying that they
had been beaten by the referees."
Joe Lally: "I pick Buck Marshall
as the cleanest and fairest player on
the field. It was a good exhibition of
lacrosse."
Stanley Peele (Victoria): "The flrst
PAPAL LEGATE RECEIVES
WELCOME IN ST. BONIFACt
Cardinal   Vannutelli     Entertained     by
Clergy and Laity of Winnipeg
and French Town.
VICTORIA EXHIBITION
SepL 27Hi to Od. 1st
Tickets on Sale Sept. 24 to Sept. 28
Good to return until Oct. 6.
Rate SINGLE FARE AND ONE
THIRD FOR ROUND TRIP
Canadian Pacific Railway
Winnipeg, Sept. 18.���Cardinal Vincent Vannutelll arrived In Winnipeg at
10:30 a.m. today and from that hour
till   late  tonight   he   was  entertained
_  . and feled by the clergy and laity of
land third quarters equalled anything  wlnnipeg and st   Boniface.
1  have ever seen.    The headwork of i
,       ft-   .   <    .,.     ��.���,������    u,..c    mm-       Mayor Bleau. of St.  Boniface, read
SSceTTh T&&& ar��owmTthe address, of welcome from the city
beTt,tremln,t"oO"hen    '   ^ ��� reSS" reler^ tt fif
against them in li>00_       _-.__    __. ure fce hafl experlenced on tll,8\.lsit
"Lionel    Yorke:     "Tbe    game
On  the  resumption  oi  \n��y   mc  *-.��-,
tionals seemed to have taken a new pretty clean.   I don't think we   over
lease of life.   They worked hard and I looked  many  fouls,
were dangerous all the time. Tom and
Jim Gifford were Intercepted repeated-
minutes the Na-  ly, but they came back as strong as
Il   -- >������>! not seem  to    have    any
ever. At last the visitors got a chance.
Lamoureaux passed to Lalonde, who
shot a goal over his head. Score 5-1.
The N. L, V. men were given a good
round of applause for the goal was
well earned.
Nationals Again.
The next Item on the program was
entirely unexpected, but    was   sensa-
��� - VHiOUD lUIMU'I ffVUlU      a~ll,*.*..J       mmm.~a ' , tr,na#     f O R.
.b��k to the Westminster home, tional enough to natisf> the most im
7n   minutes
had
for
P.0IH&
foolf..,) ���        	
rl!e��     ���"   llle   champions
W'talnty when lamoureaux
the Westminster tldious.    B^"^"!'^!^'''^^ lhe
one face off and made straight   for   me
three shots to every
> could neeotla
if   the
^���"nals could negotiate and   lt New WeetinlnBter Roal.   He passed to
d '���   "    ��� j   would  Lurhappelle right in front of   the gOW
o ra..':^-   The doubt was changed and the doctor bored It m
  The  boys  were
too intent on playing good lacrosse to
take any chances of being caught
handing out the rough stuff."
to Canada, and added that lie was
almost at a loss to describe adequately to his holiness the pope, on his return to Rome the success of the
Eucharistic congress at Montreal.
An ecclesiastical luncheon wns
served at the archbishop's palace after the ceremonies ln the cathedral
and the blessing of the corner stone
for the new seminary.
His eminence attended a dinner at
head and was stretched on the ground
before he knew he had scored. Eleven
seconds was the time and the crowd
��rf excited    Some one had to go off government house, given In his honor
fn,  the accident that happened to the  by Sir Daniel McMillan.   He leaves by
scorer and    Cliff    Spring    was    the special  train  for  St.  Paul  tomorrow
chosen ono, although It    ls   doubtful evening.
whether he was within five yards of
the man when he was struck.
Crowd Excited.
On the face off the Nationals looked |
as if they had another of the same
was bulse
he doctor ooreu �� *?��"'�� J�� "     (Continued on Page Seven.)
.1 Lachappelle was hit ovor tne p^_
Montreal Win* Last Game.
Montreal,   Sept. 18���In   the   final
match of the N. L. IT. season played
I yesterday, Montreal won from Corn-
' [wall by a score of 5 goals to 3.
Live
Stock
Insurance
Live &Wfck insurance Is a subject that should Interest all stock
raisers, horse bteediers, and horse men.
The theory 6f Hve stock insurance ls not new, untried or temporary, but one that has Btood the test for many years and met with
absolute success.
The British Empire Insurance Company Is the only company ln
the West that Insures live stock against death from any cause.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
INSURANGEMJ
657 CotgrnbU >tr��_t
Phone 62 PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY  GEPTE
WOMEN    ON    SECRET    POLICY.
Suffragettes  Decide  Not to Tell  It   to
the   Newspapers.
Chicago,    Sept.   18.���"Out,   damned
S] ci   (light i!"
Publicity has been a taint too long
on the plans of the militant, suffragists ol Cl icago..
If the plans of Mrs. Alice  Dow Al
palgners with gum Bhoes and the
eager public cannot lead ;i word about
whal they are doing In the newspapers.
The final curtain was pulled down
ostensibly over the suffragette political stage yesterday In an executive session at the headquarters of
the teachers' federation. There the
leaders whlBpered the repressive word
linson and other leaders of the cause to the hushed followers.
are  closely  adhere to the  "No  Vole j    Having learned all about the secret,
No   Tax"  league   wlll  equip   its cam-.(be women  hurried  from the hall   to
cam-  the  WOI
I
tell their friends.
"We are now rated with women
who cannot gel into sooietj through
any other channel." said Mrs. Ali te
Dow Allison, "and whose greatest
desire is to see their names in pi int.
People say we cannot get attention
within In making a big noise, and that
we are notoriety seekers, bo 1 proti I
against giving our plans lir the fall
Campaign to tin- newspapers. Let us
for once accomplish something definite and spring a surprise on  tho pub
lic, without the Mate or trumpet
show them we have really done
thing worth while by putting a
an  in  the legislature."
Before  the   keynote  speech    o
day   was   made   a   search    was
through the hall for reporters.
Take the round  (tip on  ihe  i
river on Saturday.    Steamer Tr
leaves   ltiackmaii-Ker's    wharf
p.m.   Return fare 50 cents.
s and
some-1
worn-
r   the
made
1rasei
insfer
al
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PASTOR'S Wife FINDS
TIGHTS NOT SO BAD
iiy the
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We are going to buy from your
grocer, for you and your family,
a full size tin of the finest and tastiest table delicacy in all Canada!
It's the most delicious sweetmeat you ever tasted���combining
all the nutriment of a heavy dessert, with the appetizing "smack"
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���'���Umma^.T^^s-^-r--.:; ���;���: j-.n^r a ���-���iiiTBs:^:-"" "ryi ama��afc^5gggy-3agT> ;
o You
ink of
the Salmon Bellies Now?
Are they going to retain the Minto Cup ? Why Sure ! They can't possibly lose it. You have had a
line on the first game, it should prove easy to answer the results of the second. Send in your answer now to
the following questions and win
$100 on the Result of the Minto Cup Games
by giving the correct or nearest answers to any or all of the following three questions:
No. 1. To each person up to the number of 50, sending in the correct or nearest estimate of the number
of goals scored by any individual player on either team in both games, the name of that player being given,
to each will be presented with a cash receipt having a value of $100 to be applied as a payment on any new
piano in our store.
No. 2. To each person, up to the number of 50, sending in the nearest or correct estimate of the total
number of goals scored by both teams in the two games, a cash receipt, having the value of $75, when applied
on the purchase of a piano will be given.
No. 3. One hundred cash receipts, having a value of $50, will be issued to those giving the nearest or
correct answer to the total number of goals scored by the Salmon Bellies in both games.
All answers must be in this store by Friday, September 23rd.
This competition is conducted for advertising our high grade goods and is a bonafide proposition.
Wc Are Saving You Our Agents Commission
We handle Pianos of real merit, of Canadian make. The Dominion, The Doherty, The New Scale
Williams and The Nordheimer, also The Auto Piano Player and The Dominion Player Piano.
Fill  in this Comon and mail or bring to the J. H. TODD MUSIC  HOUSE, 419 Columbia Street, New Westminste ���,
on or before September 23rd, 1910.
NAME
STREET
CITY
No. 1.   Give the number of goals scored by any individual player on either team in both games	
What Player?	
No. 2.    What is the total number of goals scored by both teams in the two games?	
No. 3. *How many goals will be scored by the Salmon Bellies in both games?	
Any or all of the three questions may.be answered, but only one award will be allowed to each person.
J. H. Todd's Music House
COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER.
Mrs. Fosher and Preacher-
Husband Make Stage Debut in Musical Play.
NOTICE      REGlll a^
L AU  Persons  using <-,,
for vehlcli   i imbla ���,
quested to :.
.1   fi B  loft I     ir6ti
o   i e cur i band
either direction. ':   ee.,
,i
City linn.
���!   **��� ItEXvip
lugmi ��� ���������:���.
(Chicago Examiner.) All  rubbish
A petite but vivacious woman   with  removed   to   tin
traces of rouge still showing on   her
chi oks smiled as she emerged from
mil
fool
mist I
street and Fifth ave,
be burned bj tl ."""iti
Any person oi   ,.'..'.""",���
the stage door ol  the  Racine Opera  garbage or  rubbl I   , r       i0 $._
house  lasl  night.    The  little woman "V other streel "y ^d,
wa.   Mrs. Dudley C. Fosher, who until  I"'!!'' ,v:"':i;i1   '"'   0I   I .'V?"1.
w iu   be   pi o ecuti -    . i    "'Wi
a week ago was the pastor of tho Ry-  visions of tl ' "*
(li r,~    ���
der Memorial Universalis!   church
VVoodlawn.    With  her  was her   husband.
Husband  and  wife, forjner minster'
and former minister's wife, had   just
made their debul on tl e stage, sl t
o n ember of ihe chorus, he in a small
singing an i i M aklng pai I In i he musical play "A Stubborn Cinderella."
"W( II   It's over and I'm glad of It."
visions of the Sanl
By Order,
s
City Hall, Jum
S' J- PEARCE
PU3LIC NOTICE
" o e I   ��� .
lel during the ]
"���' I
cial   exhibition /
leave   theii   nana
iwlth the nun ber i
said Mrs. Fosher, and her checks red-  ,,, ,,.,   ���. ,-,
IO  let,  allien- il   even   under   the   i ou e,    "Bul   son  bb
I   -i
still  ii   was  nol   half
th i : hi  I   ml ihi 11
"Those tights were nol bo are idl ul
am ;��� all. I mu i nfesi thai I fi ll b
li' tie embarrasse I aftor l had pull< I
and iugj i ' to gel t:>- tight! on, bui il
E   "ii pas - 'd away.
Sees   No.   Harm   In   Tights.
"Vou dt n'l  think I did so bi dly, or
that   1  It oke I a fri    I   6 i  ��� ou?" the
���   woman queried with I he
ti ue feminine Instini t.
"Really, now," she continued, "I do
nol think I hai I ere I tbe loasl harm
in t he woi l I '. >r a v on an to n <��� ir
lights on the sta ���<��� if i did I never
'. ould li :'. e pul t hem on. 1 i ry to I ck
at the matter in a   en lb e way.
"A goo I woman Is a good wi
anywhere. Tights have nothing do
with the question of morality. Tights,
as long ;i- thej are worn sole:., for
the purpose of dlapla; Ing the I n
form, cannot be condemned. Thej
ha\ e been worn i n t he stage f om
111 mo almosl immemorial. Vou must
remember thai Shakespeare the
greatest master ol them all. when be
I created the part of the winsome and
dashing Rosalind in 'As You Like it.'
<dad his heroine in tights. I Could cite
numerous examples, bul they reallj
do not i-ear on the quest! n at issue.
Would  Forget She  Wns Pastor's W.fe.
"1 know i am going to like th ���
Btage. I know l am going to like the
work. 1 am trying to forgot that I
have ever been a minister's wife, For
some time l exj ec-i to be i Imply a
'a chorus girl,1 but I hoj e to be a loving wife and true helpmeet as well."
I The Rev. Dudley C. Fosher stood by
as his wife talked. lie looked at her
fondly and several times nodded his
head In approval of licr remarks,
"And you." he was queried, "does It
not seem Strange to be sin. inn and
dancing on the sta. e before a bouse
crowded with people on tlie day that
you have bean accustomed to expound
the gos| >el from tbe pulpit of a
church?"
"My ministerial days are over." was
tbe reply of tbe former minister given
gravely. "I have left tbat part of my
life behind uie. 1 am trying to make
an honest living.
Hat Not Transgressed Moral Law.
"But," he contlnuod, "after reason
lng with myself, after weighing all
sides of the question in accordance
with my lights, I cannot see or feel
that I have transgressed a moral law.
A man's own conscience is thc best
Judge of these things. Some persons
look at these matters In a different
light than others.
"When my wife anil I determined to
adopt the stage for our profession I
knew very well tbat she would have
to appear In public in tights. I knew
that I would be called ui>on for Sunday performances. The step was iot
lightly or thoughtlessly taken. Here
I am and I bave no regrets or qualms
of conscience for what I have done."
Strangely enough tlie Rev. Mr.
Kosher, in the role lie was called upon to take yesterday lu "A Stubborn
Cinderella," appeared as a minister.
In one act he wore the conventional
black of a preacher of tbe gospel. He
seemed visibly embarrassed when be
llrst appeared, but this embarrassment, wore off to some extent as Uie
performance proceeded. His voice
was weak and be showed many traces
of the amateur in bis work.
Fosher Better as an Indian Chief.
When chorus girls, some in tights,
some ln short skirts���one of those ln
tights was his wife���swarmed about
him ia one scene be hardly knew
what to do.
In the second act of the musical
play Fosher took the part of tbe chief
of an Indian tribe and In this be was
much better than ln the minister's
role.
Mrs. Fosher���her stage name is
Baker, by tbe way���was amateurish
in her work and she showed thc lack
of careful training ln ber singing and
dancing that tbe other members of
the chorus bave had.
Mr. and Mrs. Fosher had a taste of
real stage life on Saturday night and
Sunday morning. A full dress rehearsal was called for eleven o'clock
at night and continued until well in
tbe morning.
���
pei    -i  In
ol  the exl
-.
been ri
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This Chancellor Range
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ia it
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bines  so   much  g        ^
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Y sEpTEMBER  19,
1310.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE   SEVEN.
UNDRY WOI
one by us gives the ut-
[t satisfaction. Ourequip-
j. js modern
|ention
chine has been installed
The Latest!
in a collar and cuff
Economic,   Prompt,
ite labor only employed
lm.
New
Wellington
"TWO    MARRIED    MEN."
| The title of the piny coming to the
Opera house, "Two Married Men."
at assures one of a good laugh.
'!-'' Plol ol the play routers around
two marrie.l men. who through a
mere accidenl gel Into trouble with
their wives and mother-in-laws. Tin
troubles one married man might have
" uld   afford   lots   of    fun���but   just
think of two.
This show is here on Thursday.
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. 0. Box 345.        j
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth,    j
i ���a* i wm ���  asms*********
BT-.-mTT-rn-���;- ���j--*���'A.r...*.rrm.-.
The
jyal City Laundry
Phone 183
inadian Pacific
RaSlway^^
Chilliwack
Lgricultural
Exhibition
bets on Sale Sept. 19 to 21
iisive, good to return up
i and includes Sept. 24.
IE AND ONE THIRD
FOR ROUND TRIP
I>o you  want to increase your
business ?   Then see
A UN D E R
FOR
I  G  N
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Signs of every description.
(iluss Blgns a s] eclalty.
703 Columbia Street. Phone 755.
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid  Up
Reserves    	
. .$5,000,000
. . . .5,900,000
The Eank has Branches in
Canada extending from tlie Atlantic to the Pacific; ln Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New Yoik
and   London.  Kngland.
Correspondents In all parts
of ti.e Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility,
l- M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
ampions Find Famed
Nationals Fairly Easy
(Continued from Pt'ge Five.)
hind stowed away around them some
wnare. Tbey got tbe ball again and
made straignt for the goal once more.
However, n did not work this time
and the pass was Intercepted, There
vas a wild whirlpool of sticks a.id
arms and legs in front of and at the
side oi the goal, and when the smoke
clean I away Dulude came orf t:.e
held for a Ihe minute rest.
The penally seemed to take the
heart out of the Nationals, who were
not dangerous again during tiie quarter, but tne eleven second episode bad
been a warning to tue del 'nee and the
National home was watched closer
i than it had been before.
Nationals Bombarded. '
Although there was no more scoring
done during the quarter tiie r mainlng
time was all in favor of New Westminster, who had half a dozen shots
on L'Heureux, while Sandy Gray had
piactlcallj nothing to do. ihe quarter
ended with the ball in the possession
of New Westminster, and \\i h Totpny
Clifford coming off the field to Eerve
a flve minute term on tne i en . iy
I,e;ici:.    ScOl e 5-2.
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Manager.
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The Next Sailin. s are
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Royal Edward   Oct. 13
Royal  George    Oct. 27
Royal   Edward    Nov. 10
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Branch Stores, Victoria and New Westminster
fhe Largest and Best Piano House in the West
Our Motto, " WE LEAD," Others Follow
W/E are in the Piano Game to win. Don't Wait to
VV Guess on Results of any game before you buy a
Piano. We have decided in order to place a new piano in
every home in New Westminster and District where none
are now, to absolutely give away $100 off the price of any
new piano in our store here in New Westminster. This
offer will last for ten days only and will afford anybody
and everybody wanting a piano an opportunity of a life
time to select a piano from the largest and best selected
stock of goods on the Pacific coast.
We carry some 18 different makes and styles, all from
the world's best makers, including such renowned names as
Chickering, in Grands and Uprights
Knabe, Art Bell, Canda's greatest
Haines'Bros., Belmont, Schumann. Lachner
Not forgetting our own sweet toned Montelius
Broadwood & Son, of London, England, etc.
We must pay for our advertising some way and our
experience has taught us that by this method we obtain
better and more lasting results than by expending money
in other advertising channels. No discounts allowed to
dealers or their agents. No discounts allowed residents
beyond Central Park.
Re Terms: We will make them to suit your convenience.
Everybody welcome whether they wish to buy or not-
All goods marked in plain figures.   Same prices to all.
Open evenings until 9 o'clock.
Come in and hear the great Automola Player Piano,
conceded to be the Best on Earth. The only Piano Player
with the human touch.
Last Quarter.
The last quarter s.aried with Dulude and Tommy Giuoi 1 occupying
cushion seats In the penalty parlors,
but Dulude booh went on again. He
came on prepared to | lay lacrosse ar.d
for a minute or two he did. lie got
the ball and passed to Lalonde who
tried to rush but could noi make it.
Buck Mai shall relieved and got the
ball up to Pat Feeney at the other
end. Pal missed his slict and Du.ude
again came down tlie fleld with the
ball. Bill Turnbull took it away from
him, but the National home was
crowding in an 1 in tlie mix up Dulude
got it again and scored on a neat
ch an shot.    Score 5-3.
It was the last chance tlie National
rooters bad to holler for the eastern
men had shot their bolt. The expectations of tlie French supporters were
high for a few minutes, but were
dashed to the ground by Cordon
Spring who recovered the ball from
Bill Turnbull and dropped it in from
close range.    Score <;-:',.
At this stage of the game many of
1 the spectators thougnt that tnei e |
could be no doubt of the final result
and began to leave tlie field. Bill \
Turnbull was hurt and the game was '
delayed for a minute or two. He had
a slight cramp. The injury did not
seem to mar Bill's efficiency tor un
the resumption of the game it was
only a minute or two before be pot
[the ball in front of the goal and bulged the nets for the tlnal score,    bc-o.e
i "''"'
I    There was tnn minutes left to play,
but the game hu.l lost interest. Ineie
1 was some good lacrosse, but everyone
��� was so anxious for  it t.i be over so
that they could boiler their beads off
that they did not pay much attention
Ito it.   There was a couple of shots on
both goals, but the goal tenders were
invincible.    The  Nationals  wound up
the game with a rush similar to the
one wbicb secuied    them    their first
goal,  but  Lamoureaux  took  too  long
a shot and the game finished with the
ball In centre field.
Six roomed house, all modern,
on   Sixth   avenue.    Price  ??.625.
Nice eight roomed cottage on
Nanaimo street.    Price $1680.
Two storey seven roomed
house on Mowat street, on full
sized lot. Lovely view of river.
Price $2700 for quick sale.
Kiglit roomed house on Allan
street, Sapperton. on full sized
lot.    Price $1650.
Beautiful five roomed bungalow, modern and well finished,
on Sherbrooke street. Price
$3200,
The foregoing are birt a few
of the many snap values we
have for sale. Act quickly. Cad
and see us.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM. Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.  C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire    Insurance Co.
The     Prudenti.il     Investment
Co.
The E.C. P3rmanent 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.  B.  R. v.i'l leave
'.Front street at 9 a.m., returning same
day.
STEWART,
President.
H. BOSE,
Sec.-Trea
CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT OF BURNABY.
Bylaw No. 83.
WHEREAS Fourth street. Burnaby,
being more particularly hereinafter
described, lias been used as a tiaveleil
road tor several years past; ANL)
WHEREAS doubts have arisen whether the whole Of the said street, lias
ever been actually dedicated to the
public and the possession thereof
vested in the municipality; AND
WHEREAS is is advisable to establish and open the said stieet. under
the provisions of the "Municipal
Clauses Act." THEREFORE the municipal council of the corporation of
the district of Burnaby ENA( TS as
follows:
1. The street known as Fourth
street Burnaby, and being particularly ih scribed as a strip of land forty-
nine an.l a half feet in width, lying
thirty-three (33) feet northeast anil
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, New Westminster district,
tnence northwesterly along the line
dividing lots 28 and 27, group
1. New Westminster district,
for a distance of one thousand
nine hundred and thirty feet
more or less to its intersection with
Seventh avenue in lot twenty-eight,
. rou^'one, New Westminster district.
ALSO a strip of land sixty-six feet
wide lying thirty-three (33) feet on
each side of the hereinafter described
center line thai is to say commencing
at a point on the line dividing lot
twenty-eight (28), group one (1) from
lot twenty-seven (27), group one tl).
distant, one thousand nine hundred
and thirty feet north westerly lrom
the most easterly corner of lot twenty-eight (28), group one ll), New
Westminster district .thence north
westerly along the line dividing lot
twenty-eight (28), group one tt),
from l'Jt twenty-coven (27), gi'oup
one (1), for a distance of one thousand seven hundred and seventeen
feet more or less to tbe most north-
i rly corner of lot twenty-eight (28),
group one (1), New Westminster district, shall be and Is hereby established and opened as 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 the district of
Burnaby. tbe council may enter upon,
expropriate and take any real property that is necessary or convenient
for the said purpose subject to the restrictions contained in section 251 and
252 of the "Municipal Clauses Act."
3. This bylaw may be cited for all
purposes  as   the  "Fourth   stieet   ap-
! propiiation bylaw."
���i. Passed by tbe council cn the
23rd day of July, l'.UO.
RECONSIDERED and finally adopt-
,ed, signed by tbe reeve and clerk and
I sealed with the corporate seal on the
I  dav of  1910.
REEVE.        C.  M. C.
I    This   is  to  certify   that  the   above
bylaw is a true copy of one which is
I proposed to be reconsidered and finally passed on the 17th day of September   1910.    C. T. SAUNDERS. C.M.C.
Montelius Piano House
T. H. ROSS, Manager
0W Guichon Hotel Block       New Westminster, B:C.
The Teams. .
Nationals��� Westminster.
Goal.
L'Heureux      Gray
Point.
Catterinich       Galbralth
Coverpolnt.
Gagnon  !    T.Gifford
First   Defence.
Decarie      Marshall
Second   Defence.
Clement   J- Gifford
.Third    Defence.
Lachapelle  , G. Rennie
Center.
Secours     C. Spring
Third   Home.
Dulude     W, Turnbull |
Second  Home.
Gauthler     Wintemute
First   Home.
Lalonde       Feeney
Outside   Home.
Lamoureux     L. Turnbull
Inside   Home.
Dussault     G. Spring
Officials   of   the   Game.
Referee���Matt Barr.
Judge of Play���Lionel Yorke.
'1 imekeepei s���B.  F. Armstrong, for
Nationals;   J.  J.  .lohnston   for   We.t-
n.im.cer.
Penalty Timekeepers���W. Labrec-
que, Nationals; H. C. Major, Westminster.
Goal Umpires���Harry Pickering,
Nationals; harry Godfrey, Westmln-
ster.
Goals.
First   Quarter.
Westminster���Cliff Spi ing, 8:58.
Second   Quarter.
Westminster���Len Turnbull, 1:50.
Westminster���Gordon Spiiag, 10:19.
Third   Quarter.
Westminster���Len Turnbull, 4:30.
Westminster���Len Turnbull, 5:07.
Nationals���Lalonde, 5:03.
Nationals���Lacnappcle, 0:11.
Last   Quarter.
Nationals���Dulude, 3:27.
Westminster���G. Spring, 4:23.
Westminster���W. Turnbull, 2:01.
Penalties.
First Quarter���
Decarie, flve minutes.
G. Spring, flve minutes.
W. Turnbull, flve minutes.
Second Quarter���
Lamoureau, flve minutes.
G. Rennie, flve minutes.
T. Gifford. flve minutes.
Dussault, flve minutes.
Third Quarter���    *
C. Spi lng. flve minutes.
Dulude, flve minutes. ,, ���   .  .  ,
T. GIttoid, fl\e minutes.
Latt quarter���
Secours. five minutes.
Total, New Westminster thirty minutes; Nationals, twenty-five minutes.
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in city.   $3150, easy terms.
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609 Columbia Street
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Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:F
8:00 and every balf bour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:50,
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return Fare:  Adults, 60c; children under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave  Westminster   for Var
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver tor Westminster at 8 A.
every half bour tbercafter until 11:80 p. m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:  Return tare. 50c; ch*
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westmln
at 7:20 a. m��� 11:20 a. m. and.4:20 p. m.    Frel/.oft    _,
couver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and B'-ZQ*'" mv'
CITY  AND SAPPERTON   UV.30 p.m-
City Limits Llne���20-mtnute service fromo I1'-30 p,m'
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j*-������* PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WOMEN    ON    SECRET    POLICY.
Suffragettes  Decide Not tc Tell   It   to
tha   Newspapers.
Chicago,    Sept.   IS.���"Out,   damned
spol   (light)!"
Publicity has been a taint too long
on the plans of the militant suffragists ol Chicago..
If the plans of Mrs. Alice Dow A.1-
linson and other leaders of the cause
are closely adhere io the "No Vote
No  Tax" league will equip   Its cam
paigners with gum shoes and the
eager public cannot lead u word about
whai they are doing in the newspapers.
The  final   curtain   was  pulled  down
ostensibly over the suffragette po-
llitical stage yesterday In an executive session at the headquarters of
:the teachers'  federation.    There    the
leaders whispered the repressive word
to I lie hushed followers.
Having learned all ahout the secret.
the women hurried from the hall to
I
tell their friends.
������W'e are now rated with women
wIki cannot, gel into society through
any oilier channel." Bald Mrs. Ali se
Dow Allison, "ami whose greatest
desire is to see tlieir names in print.
People say we cannot gei attention
within in making a big noise, and thai
we are notoriety seekers, so I proti   '
;';;;;;:^T7hneS:.;,'s:,;;:;,,;.:- rt^ ����**. ����. �������
��r once accomplish something defln- leaves BrackmanKer.^harl    at
ite and spring a  surprise on  the pub-|p.m.    Return faie 50 tents.
lie. without the blare of trumpets and
show them we have really done something worth while hy putting a woman in the legislature."
Before the keynote speech of the
dav was made a search was made
through the hall for reporters.
MONDAY      .PTEMB��
TIGHTS NOT SO \
quested i,, >.      .
PASTOR'S WIFE MS
R 19,
%
Take the round trip on ihe Fraser
Mrs. Fosher ancl Preacher-
Husband Make Stage Debut in Musical Play.
C0LUMB|A VC.HJC.!
All
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iueste.1 i
. '   I
""..n- direct! I
City  Hall
lion
���it
���      (umcago  examiner.)            . ah  rubbish and ���,,
A petite bul vivacious woman   with removed   to   the           *e "Witu
traces of rouge still Bhowlng on   her f"1'1'1 l""1 Flfth
cheeks  smiled  as she emerged  from amSL 5,' '            CM
-       i"-i Mill     01
the stage door ol   the  Racine Opera  garbage  or   rub! j    whM.I
house  last  night.    The  little  woman !'"-v "'ll1-'' streel : ki��il
���   I.i tm         . ������HI.    nr- ,^
me,   vacanl
will   be
visions  of  the  Sa,
By   Or,ler, c
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Bylaw   '
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City Hall. jun, towctol
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PU3LIC NOTICE
We are going to buy from your
grocer, for you and your family,
a full size tin of the finest and tastiest table delicacy in all Canada!
It's the most delicious sweetmeat you ever tasted���combining
the nutriment of a heavy desert, with the appetizing "smack"
of an easily digested food!
It's absolutely free!
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You
ink of
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the Salmon Bellies Now?
Are they going to retain the Minto Cup ? Why Sure ! They can't possibly lose it. You have had a
line on the first game, it should prove easy to answer the results of the second. Send in your answer now to
the following questions and win
$100 on the Result of the Minto Cup Games
by giving the correct or nearest answers to any or all of the following three questions:
No. 1. To each person up to the number of 50, sending in the correct or nearest estimate of the number
of goals scored by any individual player on either team in both games,'the name of that player being given,
to each will be presented with a cash receipt having a value of $100 to be applied as a payment on any new
piano in our store.
No. 2. To each person, up to the number of 50, sending in the nearest or correct estimate of the total
number of goals scored by both teams in the two games, a cash receipt, having the value of $75, when applied
on the purchase of a piano will be given.
No. 3. One hundred cash receipts, having a value of $50, will be issued to those giving the nearest or
correct answer to the total number of goals scored by the Salmon Bellies in both games.
All answers must be in this store by Friday, September 23rd.
This competition is conducted for advertising our high grade goods and is a bonafide proposition.
We Are Saving You Our Agents Commission
VVft handle Pianos of real merit, of Canadian make. The Dominion, The Doherty, The New Scale
Williams and The Nordheimer, also The Auto Piano Player and The Dominion Player Piano.
Fill  in this Coupon and mail or bring to the J. H. TODD MUSIC HOUSE, 419 Columbia Street, New Westminste
on or before September 23rd,  1910.
NAME
STREET
CITY
No. 1.   Give the number of goals scored by any individual player on either team in both games.
What Player?	
No. 2.   What is the total number of goals scored by both teams in the two games?	
No. 3. JHow many goals will be scored by the Salmon Bellies in both games?	
Any or all of the three questions may be answered, but only one award will be allowed to each person.
J. H. Todd's Music House
COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER.
was .Mrs. Dudley (\ Fosher, who until
a week ago was the pastor of the Ryder Memorial Universalis! church, of
Woodlawn. With her was her husband.
Husband and wife, forjner minster
and former minister's wife, had just
made their debut on the stage, she as
a member of the choi us, he In a small      Th<   a i   ���t,
' <���'  ���
singing and speaking pari In the musl- lei during I  .
c il plaj "A Stubborn Cinderella." cial   e:
"Well, It's over and I'm glad nr It," le.av'e "" ' '
said M.s. Fosher, and her cheeks red ,,,���.,. .. ,
dem il even under t ie rouge, "Bul Bon block, >
still 11 " ai nol half i a bad as I Peri ���'��� '"���
mlghl be.
"Those tlghl ������ *��� ei e nol so dre idl ul
afti r all. I musl c n es Lhat I tt ll a
lil i le embarrasse I after 1 had pulli I
ami fi": ed to get thi tight; on, bul i
��� ion pass 'ii aw aj."
Sees   No.   Harm   in   Tights.
"You don'l i hlnk l did so i adlj. or
thai   I  li oke I a  I I  ht, do : ou?" the
111 tie woman qui    ed .'ith the
' i .    fei Inl e Insl lni t
' Reallj. d iw," Bhe i oni lnu< d,
not think that there l   the basl harm
i in the  world  i ir a   woman   to   we ir
tights on the      ��� ������     If 1 did I nevi
would hr'' put i hem on, I try to lock
al the matter In a sei    bli   ..ay.
"A  gco l  woman  is a good  v\
anj��hcn\    Tights   have   nothln \   do
with the question of morality. Tl] . I
as Ion.   as they are worn solel    fi i
the purpose of displaying  the hi      n
form,  cannot   i e   condemned.      They
ha\ e  been   n i rn  cn  the   Bl   ;e   i i
lime almost  Immemorial.     Vou ...u t
remember    thai     Shakespeare,     the
greatest master of them all, when he
created I he pari of tl e w Insome and
dashing Rosalind in 'As You Like It.'
clad his heroine In tight:   I could cite
numerous  examples,  but   they  really
do m i bear on ihe questi n al issue.
Would Forget She Wns P.istor's Wife.
"I  know  I  am going   to   like   th i
I know i am going to like the
>Mirk.    I  am trj lng  to foi get  that   I
have i'. er I een a minister's w Ife. For
Borne i Ime l < m eel  to be   Blmply   a
'a chorus girl,' bul I ho] i   to be a loving wife and true helpmeet as well."
.' he iU'\\ Dudley ('. Fosher Btood by
as his wile talked. He looked at her
fondly ami several times nodded his
head lu approval of her remarks.
'And you," he was queried, "does it
not seem strange to he singing and
dancing on tlie stage before a bouse
crowded with people on the day that
you have bean accustomed to expound
the gospel from the pulpit of a
church?"
".My ministerial days are over." was
the reply of tho former minister .hen
gravely. "I have left that part of my
life Imhlnd me. I am trying to mu. u
an honest living.
Hae Not Transgressed Moral Law.
"but," he continued, "after reasoning with myself, ufter weighing all
h!<!<s of the question ln accordance
with my lights, I cannot see or feel
that 1 have transgressed a moral law.
A man's own conscience Is tlie best
Jud. ��s of these things. Some persons
loot at these matters lu a different
light thus others.
"When uiy wife and I determined to
adopt the stage for our profession I
knew very well that she would have
to appear in public in lights. I knew
that I would be called upon for Sunday performances,   The step was sot
lightly or thoughtlessly taken. Here
I .un and I have no regrets or qualms
of conscience for  what 1  have done."
Strangely enough the Rev, Mr.
Fosher, In the role he wur called upon to take yesterday lu "A Stubborn
Cinderella," appeured as a minister.
In one act he wore the conventional
black of ii preacher of the gospel. He
seemed visibly einburniBsed when lie
llrst appeared, but this embarrass*
ment wore off to some extent as the
performance proceeded. His voice
was weak and he showed many traces
of the amateur in his work.
Fosher Better as an Indian Chief.
When chorus girls, some in tights,
some In short skirts���one of those ln
tights was tils wife���swarmed ahout
hlm la one scene he hardly knew
what to do.
In the second act of the musical
play Fosher took the part of the chief
of an Indian tribe and In this he was
much better than In the minister's
role.
Mrs. Fosher���her stage name is
Baker, by the way���wus amateurish
ln her work and she showed the lack
of careful training In her singing aud
dancing that the other members of
the chorus have had.
Mr. and Mrs. Foshor h^d a taste of
real stage life on Suturduy night and
, Sunday   morning.     A   full   dress   re-
< hearsal was culled for eleven o'clock
at night and continued until well   in
the morning.
\Beauty In]
\*9urKit6to
Have your kitchen .. laments beautiful a- wtB a
useful. It makes the bo*
work easier am! pleumW.
Thii Chancellor IH*
would be an ornament to the
most richly furnished home
in the country.
And there i.jnstUBi*
satishctiu.au there U bewlf
laii
TheCl
vided flue spread, *��^
evenly over the -hole -
��� ha, broiler top, *��
-anted
best ot sl
tf wanted,    V****
Dtp*1*
in thc country  ���        ^
IK'S     ����     -- .      nsc����.
with so much Koodoos
The Oxfo"1
Economic1"
saves you 20% ot J'��ur   .
Th.r.'.noothcrrj^
bines  so   much
with so m
good service.
Let us show ^^
liueofGum.y-0^'       .
for all purposes am.
of.fu.lendl.pUy;        w
It will gi" u* P'   _
showlhemto.o".   ��
I. J. Trapp X &���
618 Columbia St.
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i)NOA
y SEPTEMBER  19, 1910.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE   SEVEN.
UNDRY WORK
one by us gives the ut-
!tsatisfaction, Oarequip-
t i3 modern. The Latest
ntion in a collar and cuff
yne has been installed.
in Economic, Prompt.
Ue labor only employed
[yal City Laundry
Phone 183
"TWO    MARRIED    MEN."
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front  St.,  Foot of  Sixth.
The title of the play coming to the
Opera house. "Two Married .Men."
alone assures one of a .ood laugh.
The plot of the play centers around
two marrie.l men, who through a
mere accident get into trouble with ���
their wives and mother-in-laws. Thi
troubles one married man might bave
could afford lots Of fun���but. jus:
think of two.
This show is here on Thursday.
Champions Find Famed
Nationals Fairly Easy
(Continued  from Page Five.)
inadfan Pacific
Railway
[Chilliwack
agricultural
Exhibition    j
U on Sale Sept. 19 to 21
fcsive, good to return up
iand includes Sept. 24.
If AND ONE THIRD
| FOR ROUND TRIP
you want to increase your
business ?   Then see
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Signs of every description.
Class Signs a B] eclalty.
703 Columbia Street. Phone 753.
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The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid   Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
The Bank has Blanches in
Canada- extending from tlie Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, Xew York
and   London,  England.
Correspondents In all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
Uind stowed away around them some
wnare. They got the ball again anu
made straigni for the goal once moi e.
However, n did nol work this time
and the pass was intercepted. There
was a wild whirlpool of sticks a.id
'���- -��� * arms and legs in front of and at the
side ol the goal, and when the Bmoke
clean i away Dulude came off the
field for a five minute rest,
l'he penalty   seemed   to take   the
! heart out ol tbe .National... who were
not dangerous again during tiie quar-
: ter, but the eleven second episode bad
been a warning to toe del mce and the
National borne was watched closer
than it had been before.
For Sale
Six roomed house, all modern,
on   Sixth   avenue.    Price  $2G25.
Cedar, Fir and Hcm'ock
First Class Air Dried Stock
ED. GOULET,
Manager.
���trains [n all  lines
li'.e furniture dealer.
at Fales', the
k h delivery of all house furnish-
]" ighl at Fales'. Our stock is
llete. the prices the lowest.    **
If you want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your wants, our price
will suit
B. C. Manufacturing Co.
Phone 173    Lulu Island
Nationals Bombarded. '
Although there was no more scoring |
done (luring the quarter the r maining
time was all  in  favor of New  Westminster,  Who  hai   half a  dozen Shots I
on L'Heureux, while Sandy Gray had;
piacticall) nothing to do. The quarter
ended with the ball in the possession
ol Ni w Wei tminster, and \\i h Toipn y |
i liffoi d coming  off t lie Bi Id i" ; tne I
a five minute   tei m   on tin    i en i.ty
bench.   Scoi e 5-2.
Last Quarter.
The  last   (punter  s.arted  with   Du-
hude and Tommy    Glffoi 1    o< mpylng
cu - lion scais in the penalty parlors,
but Dulude Boon went on again.    He
Came on prepared to i lay lacrosse and |
for a minute or two he did.   lie pot
If so, you wlll want the very  best the  ball  and  passed  to  Lalonde  who
that can be offered for your   money,  tried to rush but could not make   it.!
and it does not matter what class of Buck  Marshall  relieved and got    the
cabin is desired. bail   up  to  Pal   Feeney  at  the  other.
THE ROYAL LINE        eiu1'  Pat mlsseiJ his s|icl ;md Du.ude
'again came down the held with    the
will fill your wants. First, Second and ; baU_    Hiu Turnbull took it away from
Third  Cabin  accommodation  is  unex-\him>    but   the    National    home   was1
celled whilst the Dining Service leaves  crowding in an 1 in the mix up Dulude
nothing   '
Contemplating
A Trip
?
Nice eight roomed cottage on
Nanaimo street.    Price $1680.
Two storey seven roomed
house on .Mowat street, on full
sized lot. Lovely view of river.
Price $2700 for quick sale,
Bight roomed house <m Allan
street, Sapperton. on full sized
lot.    Price $1650.
Beautiful five roomed bungalow, modern and well finished,
on Sherbrooke street. Price
$3200.
The foregoing are birt a few
of the many snap values we
have for sale.   Act quickly. Ca'.l
and see us.
^_SEKS*.'fia
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
Mew   Westminster,   B.  C.
GENERAL  AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire
surance Co.
In-
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Psrmanent Loan Co.
to be desired.
Tbe Next Sailings are
Royal George  Sept. 29
Royal  Edward   Oct. 13
Royal  George    Oct. 27
Royal  Edward    Nov. 10
E Goulet, agent C. P. H.. will book
your passage via these steamers, or
write Wm. Stapleton. general agent.
Scott block, Winnipeg, Man.
NOTICE
got it again    and    scored    on a neat
cb an shot   Score 5-3.	
lt was the last chance the National !
rooters had to holler for the eastern . rpi        rp , ���   ,i       �� 1
men had shot their bolt.   The expecta-   [ fle    1 Weiltietll   AlMUS!
tions of the Fiencb  supporters were
high for a few minutes, but were
.dashed to the ground by Gordon
' Spring who recovered the ball from
I Bill Turnbull and dropped it in from
close range.    Score 6-3.
EXHIBITION
CORPORATION OF THE DISTRICT OF BURNABY.
Bylaw No. 83.
WHEREAS Fourth street, Burnaby,
being more particularly hereinafter
described, has been used as a tiaveled
road for several years past; AND
WHEREAS doubts have arisen whether the whole of the said street has
ever been actually dedicated to the
public and the possession thereof
vested in the municipality; and
WHEREAS is is advisable to establish and open the said stieet under
the provisions of the "Municipal
Clauses Act." THEREFORE the municipal council of the corporation of
the district of Burnaby ENACTS as
follows;
1. The street known ns Fourth
street. Burnaby, tind being particularly dt scribed as a strip of land forty-
nine and a half feet in width, lying
thirty-three f.'/.i) 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, New Westminster district.
tnence northwesterly along the line
dividing lots 28 and 21. group
1, New Westminster district,
for a distance of one thousand
nine hundred and thirty feet
moic or less to its intersection with
Sgventh avenue ln lot twenty-eight,
group'one, New Westminster district.
ALSO a snip of land sixty-six feet
wide lying thirty-three (33) 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 CJT). group one il).
distant one thousand nine hundred
and thirty feet north westerly trom
the most easterly corner of lot twenty-eight CiK), group one (1), New
Westminster district .thence north
westerly along the line dividing lot
twenty-eight (28). group one ill,
from lot twenty-Boven HIT), gvoup
one (1), for u distance of one thousand seven hundred and seventeen
feet more or less to the most north-
i rly
group
trlct, shall be and is hereby established and opened as a public road and
high. way.
2. For the purpose of definitely
vesting possession of the said road
and highway in the municipality of
the corporation of the district of
Burnaby. the council may enter upon,
expropriate  and  take  any  real  prop-
corner of lot twenty-eight  t-S),
p one tl), New Westminster dis-
,  . . i ; erty  that  is  necessary  or  convenient
At tins stage of the game many   of of the District of Surrey Agricultural jfor t,,e s.ii:, purpo_e suhject [0 t,,e ,.e.
�����_____ g-i- ������sassMM iOT*r��MnFa��raiiratafcH>��G��JBE��5--P *~.rSr^Sii*S^
the    spectators    thougnt    that    tneie
Association will be   held
iMontelius Piano House
Feacl Office and Store, Vancouver
Branch Stores, Victoria and New Westminster
[fhe Largest and Best Piano House in the West
Tuesday, Sept. 27
could be no doubt of the final result
and  began to leave    the    field.    Bill .Centre
Turnbull was hurt and the game was
delayed for a minute or two.    He had
a  slight cramp.    The injury did not
seem  to  mar   Bill's efficiency  ior on
the  resumption  of  the  game  it  was ! 	
only a minute  or two before  he pot
! the'ball in front of the goal and bulg- \    Special  car  B
ed the nets for the final score,   bco.e i pront s��lcet a' 9 a m
7-3. !'
I    There was ten ininutes left to play, day.
but the game bad lost interest. lucie!
was some good lacrosse, but everyone
Our Motto, " WE LEAD/' Others Follow
W/E are in the Piano Game to win. Don't Wait to
W Guess on Results of any game before you buy a
Piano. We have decided in order to place a new piano in
every home in New Westminster and District where none
are now, to absolutely give away $100 off the price of any
new piano in our store here in New Westminster. This
offer will last for ten days only and will afford anybody
and everybody wanting a piano an opportunity of a life
time to select a piano from the largest and best selected
stock of goods on the Pacific coast.
We carry some 18 different makes and styles, all from
the world's best makers, including such renowned names as
Chickcring, in Grands and Uprights
Knabe, Art Bell, Canda's greatest
Haines'Bros., Belmont, Schumann, Lachner
Not forgetting our own sweet toned Montelius
Broadwood & Son, of London, England, etc.
We must pay for our advertising some way and out-
experience has taught us that by this method we obtain
better and more lasting results than by expending money
in other advertising channels.   No discounts allowed to
dealers or their agents.   No discounts allowed residents
beyond Central Park.
Re Terms: We will make them to suit your convenience.
Everybody welcome whether they wish to buy or not-
All goods marked in plain figures. Same prices to all.
Open evenings until 9 o'clock.
Come in and hear the great Automola Player Piano,
conceded to be the Best on Earth. The only Piano Player
with the human touch.
was so anxious for it to be over so
thai they could holler tlieir heads off
that they dil not pay much attention ]__
to it.   There was a couple of shots on
both goals, but the goal tenders were
Invincible.    The Nationals  wound up
the game with a rush similar to the]
one which seemed    them    their flrst j
goal, but Lamoureaux took too long I
a shot und the game finished with the i
ball In centre field.
STEWART,
President.
Surrey   stiictions contained in section .."1 and
252 of the "Municipal Clauses Act."
3. This bylaw may be cited for all
purposes as the "Fourth street appropriation bylaw."
4. Passed by the council cn the
23rd day of July, 1910.
RECONSIDERED and finally adopted, Bigned by the reeve and clerk and
! sealed with the eon orate seal on the
same     dav of  1910.
REEVE.       C, M. C,
|    This  is  to  certify  that  the  above
bylaw is a true copy of one which is
H. BOSE.        I proposed to be reconsidered and final-
cec Tre-�� ilv Pass?(l on tlie l"'1' <1:l>' ot September  1910.    C. T. SAUNDERS. C.M.C.
C. E. R. v.i'l leave
returnin
The Teams.
Nationals-
Westminster
Montelius Piano House
T. H. ROSS, Manager
Old Guichon Hotel Block       New Westminster, B:C.
Goal.
L'Heureux       Gray
Point.
Cattei inich       Galbraith
Coverpolnt.
Gagnon  '.    T.Gifford
First   Defence.
Decarie      Marshall
Second   Defence.
Clement    J- Gifford
.Third    Defence.
Lacharelle   , G. Rennie
Center.
Secours     C. Spring
Third   Home.
Dulude     W. Turnbull
Second  Home.
| Gauthler     Wintemute
First   Home.
Lalonde       Feeney
Outside   Home.
j Lamoureux     L. Turnbull j
Inside   Home.
1 Dussault     O. Spring
Officials   of   the   Game.
Referee���Matt Barr. ''
Judge of Play���Lionel Yorke.
Tlmekeepere���B. F. Armstrong, for]
Nationals;   J.   J.   Johnston   for    West- j
n.in; >cr.
Penalty Timekeepers���W, Labree-
que, Nationals; H. C. Major, West-
minster.
Goal empires���Harry Pickering,
Natl mals; harry Godliey, Westmiu-
ster.
Goals.
First   Quarter.
Westminster���Cliff Spi ing, S:oS.
Second   Quarter.
Westminster���Len Turnbml, 1:60.
Westminster���Gordon Spiiag, 10:19.
Third   Quarter.
Westminster���Len Turnbull, 4; 30.
Westminster���Len Turnbull, 5:07.
Nationals���Lalonde, 5:03.
Nationals���Lachappel e, 0:11.
Last   Quarter.
Nationals���Dulude, 3:27.
Westminster���G. Spi ing, 4:23.
Westminster��� W. Turnbull, 2:01.
Penalties.
First Quarter���
Decarie, live minutes.
G. Spring, live minutes.
W. Turnbull, flve minutes.
Second Quarter���
Lamoureau, flve minutes.
G. Kennie, flve minutes.
T. Gifford. flve minutes.
Dussuult, flve minutes.
Third Quarter���    ��
(\ Spi ing. flve minutes.
Dulude, flve minutes, ,,��  ��� .
T. Giltord, fl\e minutes.
Latt quarter���
Secours, flve minutes.
Total, New Westminster thirty min
utes, Nationals, twenty-five minutes.
For a Few Days Only
82 feet on First St., between 3rd
and 4th Ave. Best residential site
in city.   $3150, easy terms.
' -EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster Gity Specialists
I
Easterbrook Milling  Company.
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL      16.75  per  bbl.
TERMINAI    ., 15.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR 94.50 per Bbl-
BI   A ���     P  C      FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & to.	
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 131.
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~~T       Weekday Schedule
Care leave Westminster for Vancouver at  5:60, 6:20, 6:50, 7'20,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  5:50,  6:50,  7:20, 8:0��
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return Fare:   Adults, 60c;  children under 12, 35c. Z
Sunday Schedule���Care leave  Westminster   tor Vancouver at   8 X
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m. T
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at 8 a.  m., 9 a. ���- and X
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  m. ���
Sunday Excursion Rates:  Return fare. 60c; children, .**���***��� %
Freight Schedule���Freight care leave Westminster fc   Vancouvei J
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and--B:20 p. m.    Freight can leave Van- ���
couver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 6:20. I
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE. $
City  Limits Line���20-mlnute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11 20 p.m. *
Sunday  Service���20-mlnute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. J
Sapperton   Line���20-mlnute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. *
Sunday  Service���20-mlnute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. ���
| B.C. EJJECT RIC RAILWAY CO. f
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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MONDAY  SE. TEMBER ^
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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Oft ou a wintry day
That to (he house confines me,
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
P. Peebles and L. Thornber returned on Saturday from the school
trustees' convention in  Kelowna.
See Fales' furniture stock before
purchasing elsewhere. Agnes street. *
A ineeting of the Women's Auxiliary
of the Royal Columbian hospital will
be held in the board of trade room
this afternoon.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers at
Tidy's store.    Phone 184. **
A dramatization of "The .Manxman,"
Hall Caine's great story, will he the
attraction at the opera house this
evening.
Hays-port will have a million and a
balf dollar coll Btorage to be completed early next year.   Particulars at 	
W. ,1. Keir & Co., Ltd. v*
Purchasers of tickets for   Madame  fjgJ(J  pflp ^OfR
Labadie's entertainment in the   opera]
house Friday evening, 23rd inst., may
: eserve  their s ats at   Ryall's    di ug
3tore. **
"Canada," a weekly Illustrated
journal with offices In London, Eng.;
Toronto aud .Al out real, in a recent issue says: "We have received No. G
of the New Westminster Courier, a
monthly paper published in the interests of the city and surrounding
municipalities ln the Fraser river valley, 13. C. This growing district must
have felt, the need of such a Journal,
and we heartily wish the paper every
success. The time should not be far
ahead when it will have to he published weekly." A special exhibition
number \of the Courier is in preparation and will be issued by the end of
September���patronize home Industries. **
Hays-port has a great future; particulars at W. .1. Kerr �� Co., Ltd .**
Every Day Shows a
ed Improvement in 0Ur
Store Service
The various departments are gradually becoming settled.    A few days more and we
n'''  ha;
things running in ship shape fashion, when shopping by our customers will nn i(),.,.,.,. ,
' '' "''��� mil
difficulties,    We are please.l by the many words of appreciation spoken  by  custom?���   n.i
 "   ���* "0  \ le . 0,,
extensive improvements.   We contemplate further Improvements later on, al] with the h
this store foremost   as the most reliable up-to-date, popular dry goods    establish   i
Watch our advertisements and Bhow windows.
O'jr
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMANS DEPENDABLE NON-
CURLING FILMS with you and you
can enjoy every moment of this year's
vacation all over again at any time.
KODAKS from $10 up.
BROWNIES from .1 to $12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial Exhibition this fall.
We can explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,    7-1",
Residence, 72.
New   Westminster,   B   C.
"Going Some," a comedy drama,
was repeated al the opera house on
sa nn-lay evening. The audience was
much smaller than tiie show deserved.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
R 208.
There will he a sorial tor.ight in St.
Andiew's Presbyteiinn church school
room. Tke evening will be a mild
celebration of the eighth anniversary
of Rev. .J. S. Henderson's pastorate.
Hays-port lots sell for $100 tip per
lot. on e:isy terms. $10 cash and $u
per month. Particulais W. J. Kerr &
Co.. Ltd. **
The police are still searching the
border district for George Reid. the
supposed Clayburn wife murderer. No
results have attended their efforts so
far.
Is All Around
(Continued From Page One)
mu :h good work.    Let the women < I
the congregation   identity  themselves
I with this institution and the mere addition in numbers will give it grea   .
' strength.
"Lei us have more supporl for missionary work in general. I am told
thai between here an. Chilliwack
there  are  over  eight     Hundred     men
[working   on    railroad      construction.
; These men need support;  need    ministering to.    We want a man to give
j this support  in one way and another,
Seat sale for "Goirig
open at Tidy's.
Some"    now
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
Ihe Central Hotel 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 Ccnnecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks,  Etc.,  Etc.
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in the
Deane Block
Four doorg east of the Bank of
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City Market
Columbia St., No. 441.
Nov ***n\ nster, B. G.
Tlte city council will convene this
evening. So far as is known there
are no great affairs of state to be discussed, but surprises have happened
before this.
Gills wanted to le im millinery business. Apply at once Mrs. Moore, opposite post office. **
William G. Armstrong, late of Pittsburg, Pa., sang a so o at Queens
avenue Methodist church last night.
He has a powerful baritone voice and
his solo was greatly enjoyed.
Hays-port has the G. T .P. It. running through it and a large wharf
nearly completed; also telegraph line.
Particulars at W .J. Kerr <fc Co.,
Ltd. **
Officers of the junior Royal Temp-
lais ot leiiipeiauce will be elected at
a meeting to be held at seven o'clock
tonight in the old I. O. 0. F. hall. All
members aie requested to attend.
Hays-port command the very best
as a tisnlng centie and will be a second Grimsby. Particulars at W. J.
Kerr & Co., Ltd. **
The Women's Auxiliary of Holy
Trinity cathedral will hoid au atie.-
ncon tea and sale of aprons at the
residence of Mrs. Whittaker, Third
avenue, on Wednesday. This will be
followed by a dance in the evening.
Davies greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
Kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. **
In the police court on Saturday
Jack Nelson, a half breed, was given
six months in jail for supplying liquor
to Indians. Cuitus Dan, the Indian to
whom he bold the firewater, was allowed out on suspended sentence.
John L. Sullivan was a visitor in
New Westminster for a few hours on
Saturday morning. He had a theatrical engagement in Vancouver and
could not wait to see the lacrosse
match.
W. E. Fales carries the best selected stock of household furniture In the
city and prices defy competition. **
Bush fires ln the district are still
raging, though m-UCh less fiercely
than was the cas;e a few days ago. Unless a sudden wind springs up or a
long dry spell occurs, no further danger is anticipated,
Irons beds and bedding, the largest
range of designs and pi ices. W. E.
Fales. **
Dr. Hatherby, the eyesight specialist, cures headaches and nervousness
by special ground glasses. During the
eight yeais established in New Westminster he has received hundreds of
testimonials from satisfied patients.
Just moved into new optical parlors
624 Columbia stieet, Hamley block. **
The Public
Supply Stjres
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
ar<> selected by experts. They
have been chosen because tbey
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
REYNIER KID GLOVES
Complete stock now ready. We have received the complete fall
si ick in a I styles of these well known gloves. Every pair g i
teed. When you are buying gkves Is it nol worth something ���
sure they are absolutely relial Ie. Vou can rely upon (-very pair of
"Reynier Gloves." Shown In shades of tan, brown, grey, navy, gi en,
cardinal and black and white; all Bizes, ~>% to 7%. Per pair $L2j
,;) $1.75
30 Dozen Embroidered Linen
Collars For 25c Each
A new shipment just to h&d contains special values in nice linen
collars. We expect a speedy sale of the entire lot. They are all
nicely workea in open work and solid embroidery on good grade
linen. Sizes 12*_ to 15, 1% to 2% Inches high. on sale today.
each 25c
Splendid
Showing Qf
ALL OVER
LACES
Indli
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' ������ t��� i      'mi-,     ���        ii
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mlngs.
to be seei
re
In ni [ded i
i      ed   nets,
:   ' Gulpun
Gei;: an  G        ... ....
fancy dn               E ;���;  n-
imitation ...
cream, white and black, el
A"    prices,   per   yard 35c
10    $4.00
OUR OPENING DISPLAY
OF NEW FALL HATS
revealed  the  most   authoritative styles.    Tho novelties and the n ore staid every day hav are
abundance.    The many favorable comments passed upon our Initial display   leads  ns '      -   -   , __m
has are just a little different to those seen elsewhere,   a large stock of trimmed ha ..Aep.
before  our  customers,   while hundreds of new shapes are on hand  from which can be el   M . suitable
style and the same trimmed to your individual taste.    Trimmings of every  description    -     -   ample
ciioice in choosing something to match vour ncu- ,i,,,.. .....
youi  new diets or costume.     Leave  vour  order  earl)  and we
Will see to the rest to your entire satisfaction.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
.   THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
but we cannot get one to undertake
the work. There are literally hundreds of flelds for the willing workers.
"If this work is undertaken in the
proper spirit, our own local endeavors
will not suffer therefrom.
"I trust that ln future the Lord's
mercy will rest upon this church and
congregation as lt has done ln the
past."
MARRIED.
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' Some Special Snaps "
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY       ���
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of this  property.    $350 each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
ls especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
RICH���BURR���In this city on the
14th Inst., at the residence of the
bride's parents, by tbe Rev. J. S.
Henderson, of St. Andrew's church,
this city, Edna Beatrice, second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Burr, to Mr. Eric Roderick Rich, of
Seattle.
Mme. H. LABADIE
Will  Present
"THE   DOLL'S   HOUSE,"
By Ibsen.
Opera  House, Sept. 23, 8:15 p.m.
Tickets  $1.50  and   $1.00,  at   Ryall's
Drug Store.
New Arrivals
In Girls' and Misses' Dresses in
All Sizes and Prices
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
The Westminster Modern
Business School
has great demand for thoroughly com-
petent stenographers. Vou had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session.
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A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia St. Principal.
If you want something Choice for Sundays
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
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
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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