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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
;i: 6, NUMBER 196.
TYPEWRITERS
Standard   Make $5  Per  Month.
WHITE, SHILE I& CO.
NEW   WESTMIN
:r.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.C.,  SATURDAY  .MORNING, SEPTEMBER IT, 1110.
PRI     =FIVE CENTS.
HANDLING Of CROWD
IS HARD PROM
plt \. & I. Directors Discuss
Transportation Facilities
- New Classes in Horses.
i ���,. of the most serious problems
v        the manager and
IH APPOINTED ON
EDUCATIONAL COM. IfflN
Manitoba   Board   Consists   of   Twenty-
two   Persons,  Representing  All
Classes of Society.
NATIONALS AND WESTMINSTERS
READY FDR FIRST CUP GAME
Winnipeg, Sept. 16.���The Manitoba
government has appointed the technl
cal education commission, headed   by
Minister  of  Education  Coldwell  and
executive ol consisting of twenty-two persons  rec-
& I. society will have   to resenting  labor,  manufacturers   ed -
B0  .    - the transportation question,     canonists, .be agricultural college and
,  management expecl the bulk of social workers so anu
,        owd from Vancouver and at    a     one feature is tl
of the city directors of   thej women, Mrs. A. W, Pul    i   wlf
Frenchmen Coming Over With Fell Designs On The Vice
Regal Silverware ���Both Teams in Good Shape- If
Weather Is Favorable, Record Crowd Should
Attend ���Premier or Lally To Face Ball
i
ed
New Westminster.
Goal,
iciuslon ol two Sandy Gra /
"" laBt nta��t'Jobn P��            | former'member f�� * wfiij? ��and ,-,]. ,-,m, P��lnt
t arrangements    were    being .Miss Juniper,   a well   known   social0 '    '
have the people handled.        worker.    Manitoba thus stand, aloof L  riffnr,
the  from ���>���-  - ��� - ' ljltf01(l
Nationals.
Cover  Point.
[i ary stated thai as far as
,:. R, was concerned they would
d all the cars at their dlsp >sal
Westminster run.    sin i
��� Eburne line bad b( en opi tie I
ll   would relieve the congest! in
e extent.    Mr. Peck remai  i I
11 e federal government commis-
i lon all ng similar lines.
WOMAN AGED EIGHTY
GOl.S   TO   COLLEGE
H
1
Gagnon
First Defence.
J. Gifford 	
S cond Defence
Buck Marshall    Clement.
Third Defence.
George  Rennie   	
Centre.
C. Spring  ���.
Third Home
Turnbull 	
be about 7 to 4," said Manager Welsh,
"but lt is all a matter of guess work.
Tbe easterners did not win all those
games in the east this year without
playing some lacrosse and we wi 1
have to see that tbey do not spring
a surprise on us."
Odds Favor Champions.
There has nol been a gieat deal of
betting on the games, all the sports
prefering to hold back and see how
tbe Hist game came OUl befoie risk-
Lachappelle I ing any real scads, but a couple of
health., wagers have been made.   One
.L'Heureux
Cattarinich
Decarie
Columbus,    Ohio..    Sept.   16.���Mrs
e   bad   had   occasion   to   go     to    \   I)   Win -iii,   ���       i , ;,..i--   ,.,���;.���,,, -,
er   during   exhibition    week  , od ay as a .trte. ,"i,,.' 2',  ���     ., ,"' C' S,,,ins  Dulude   ocai fan has bet   ?i I    that    New
:mil the conditions getting  university     i     i i    ��� ,%     , ,i         ���,  ���            ���rd Home' Westminster will double the score on
d back were terrible    fn Van      ��� ',;      , ���   wl.nsmp wl" ta*e an|W. Turnbul     Secours ithe  series   and   another   has   put   up
���lie?eCwe?e taSSStf .eotfe _? T, S^-SlTS^11 ffL  ��� SeC��nd H��me' f���� '" l?M ����� ** ��^io��� 7*
alone the streets  Irvine  i- couege  Bimpij    Because   sh3 i. Wintemute   Gauthler score as many goals In two quarters
1 l^es to acquire all the knowledge she First Home. Us the  strangers will  In  the entire
returned from G. Spring   Lalondej game.    All  backers of the Nationals
Outside  Home. are demanding big odds, but there   is
L. Turnbull     Lamoureaux I comparatively little money at stake.
Inside Home
Michigan, where she has been attending a summer school.
AMEUCAN   BANKERS TO
TRAVEL  THROUGH   CANADA
gi hance to come over, but  th ���
c; ere crowded  to    capacity    and
i .        ild not possibly gel on.
i Bowler  remarked   that    the
iny weie equipping a number ol
i-  with  seats anil  these  would
d    to handle   the crowd   and
i      I do a lot to relieve the situation.     Winnipeg, Sept.    16.���Eight
%et Keary staled that he was loads   of hankers, delegates   to   the
lie company would do all ln   its]American Bankers* convention at Los
As far as the other transpor- Angeles,  wl
- npanies were concerned   he j Canada on their way home In October
Mud   Will   Help  Visitors.
��� r lowed the officials of the C.
��� 1  the Great    Northern    und
1  both  stated to him that in
years they had lost money in
special  trains  to the exhlbl-
The C. P. Ft, wanted a guaran-
.50  a  car  before they  would
special and the Great Northern j
tt
Boy Governor for Tangier.
Tangier, Sept. 16.���A new governor
of the Tangier district has heen appointed, the seventeen-year-old son of
wanted a substantial guarantee.|El Mokri, the Moorish foreign minis-
matter was left in the hands of ter. lie entered on his duties with
i. ly-ary to arrange. military honors and artillery salutes.
Moving of Freight. i The governor   is a pleasant-mannered
e problem of moving freight from! boy, and tlie inhabitants were de-
iria and other points on Vancjou- lighted with tbe way in which he re-
island was also mentioned. It (turned their welcome,
ed  to be the general  opinion of
Pal Feeney   Dussaultl    It  rained some last night, and    if
Tbat is the way the Stalwarts blithe fleld is in bad condition today
the east and tbe west will 'ine up this''he Nationals will have a better
afternoon for the flrst Minto Cup chance of winning than if tbe turf
games. There may be some changes j were hard. New Westminster does
made. The disposition of the New not play its best ln the mud this year,
pass through Western , Westminster team depends slightly on as the worst defeat tbey suffered tlur-
the positions of certain of the Na- ing tlie season will show. The slip-
tinnal players, but. there will be only il ery ground makes any game uncer-
one or two changes at most, lf the Itain. but the brilliant work of tbe
Nationals play Lalonde near the goal Westminster home will undoubtedly
Tommy Gifford will check him, but if suffer more than the closer game of
they  put  th��  famous  Newsy  out    in  the  Frenchmen
Two trains will be brought through
to Winnipeg an 1 the balance will only
come as far as Moose Jaw.
meeting  that it   was almost    im-
-ih:e to get  suitable boats for the
Kaiser   to   Visit   St.  Petersburg.
St.     Petersburg,     Sept.     lfi.���The
the field, Buck Marshall will be given
the assignment.
Premier or Lally.
Premier Richard McBride will prob-
Many Outsiders Here.
Secretary  Ryall    stated    yesterday
that he had been busy mailing tickets
all day.    People are coming ln from
PIONEER RAILWAY MAN
WILL KEEP ON WORKING
Jarr.es J. Hill  Not    Ready    to    Cease
Activities at Seventy two Years
of Age.
St. Paul, Sept. Hi.���James J. Hill Is
seventy-two years old today.
"I'm feeling in good health," he remarked. Standing erect and with his
eyes shining brightly, he looked to be
in splendid condition.
"Some four yeais ago you said time
had come when you would shortly
drop your burden," Mr. hill was reminded.
"I said it then," lie replied briskly,
"but that does not brother me now. in
fact, 1 have added to my burdens
since then."
RYALL RH ffES
consJence money
BIG  REWARD.
There is a man in the east who ha*
taken eighteen months to figure out
that the lacrosse match here in 1909
between the Regina team and tbe Salmon Belli"s was worth the price of
admittance.     i
However he has at last reached a
conclusion and yesterday Secretary
II. Ryall received tbe following letter
from a man who does not want his
name published.
Hawkesbury, Ont., Sept.. 8, 1910.
Gentlemen,���Vou will find enclosed
55 cents In slumps for admission to
Regina game May 'J I. about two years
ago. I got. Into the grounds befoie the
big game started and was watching
same boys play and before I realized
Express   Company   Offers   $10,000   for
Capture of Gold  Robbers.
Seattle, Sept. 16.���The Alaska
Pacific Express company is expected1 it the crowd had started to com' for
to offer a reward of $10,000 today for the big game. Not wanting to lose
the arrest of the robbers who made ; my seat, which was In tbe unreserved
away with $57,000 in gold bullion, part! section, 1 stayed where I was. It wa-i
of a shipment of $170,000 from Fair- just a case of neglect as l bad always
banks, Alaska, which was missing intended to pay.
wnen the steamer Humboldt arrived P. S.���As this is probably an un-
in Seattle. The gold was assigned to usual ease I would not like my name
tlie local assay office.   ��� to appear in print over it.
In addition to the theft of the bul- Secretary Ryall placed the stamps
lion nearly $20,000 in gold was also |in the club stamp drawer. It will not
stolen from registered mall pouches be known until after a full ineeting of
on board the ship. A score of federal I the club executive whether or not
secret service agents and Pinkertons 27% cents will be forwarded to the
are here working on the mystery and i Regina club,
the    Canadian    Northwest      mounted
police at Dawson in the Yukon have
been called upon to aid.
KLONDIKE STILL RICH.
Deposits of Copper Ore Are Found in
���_._.,., _   .,..,  _, .,.,m Southern Section.
SEATTLE  MAN CLAIMS
REWARD OF >13.000      Washington.  Sept.    16,���The    Klondike placer mining district in Alaska
ably face off the ball, but in case he all over the province and the French
cannot   get   there  the  honor  will   be  contingent from    the    Fraser    River
eyance of stock and that was the. Bourse Gazette announces to lay
nain desideratum. This phase of the
natter whs left ln the hands of Mr.
v.k and the secretary.
Good Time for Children.
I'.. McMillan, representing the chil-
en's daj committee, reported that
tlie program would be similar to last
year's, although much better. He
thought that a grant of $60 would
cover all the expenses, and that
amount was voted the committee.
Manager Keary said that 1200 merry-
go-round tickets would be distributed
among tbe school children.
The question of advertising again
came up and the committee were Instructed to speed up and see If a little
advertising could not be done at today's game.    The idea  is to  liave a
Emperor   William   fjf   Gernvny.
visit St. Petersburg in Novemb,\
that |
will I
RAIN WILL PROVE CHECK
TO BUSH FIRES IN SURREY
given to Joe Lally. wbo will be one
of the most interested spectators of
the game. The premier lias been asked, but he may be detained by forest
flies or rain, and In that case tbe
famous stick maker will see that the
game is started right,
Tickets  Nearly Gone.
At  flve o'clock yesterday afternoon
.'1 the grand stand tickets had been eastern pa] ers on a larger scale than
Seattle, Sept. lil.���John Taub, a
clerk In a Seattle hardware store, is
ion his way to Louisville, Ky.. today to
claim the $13,000 reward offered for
the capture of Joseph Wendling. the
accused slayer of little Alma Kellner.
Wendling was In Seattle just before
he went to California where he was
captured. Taub spotted tlie man here
and persuaded the city detectives to
go to the house where Wendling was
Mills will be here en masse. The B.
C, B, R. is running a special car in
from Abbotsford. the first passengers
to be carried over that section of the
line, and on all  their other lines the
company will double the regular ser- staying to arVest him.   Wendling had
vice, .become suspicious, however, and   had
East Will Take Notice. fled.   Taub's lawyers declare that the
The game will be reported   in   the |Wg reward rightfully belongs to him
has produced $150,000,000 in gold
since 1808, and mining experts estimate the amount yet to be mined will
equal that already produced. Consul
Cole, of Dawson, states that the gold
output for 1010 will exceed that of
1900, when more than three and a
half millions was produced. Most of
this gold, be states, was shipped to
:the United States.    A small quantity
went to the new Canadian mint,
\    The  consul  reports  that    rich de-
I posits of copper    ore    have been dls-
| covered in the southern part of   the
Klondike district.
Slight   Precipitation   Last   Night   Will
Greatly Assist  in  Ending Work
<ff Devastation.
There was   joy   in the   hearts   of
James   Leamy,  F.  J.   MacKenzie  and
banner or two painted and placed at jail others directly interested in forest
a  conspicuous place on  the grounds. | Ares   last  night   when   for   the   lirst
The matter was left ln the hands of  time
the committee,  but  whether  It  will
have time to make the arrangements
ihis morning is a matter of doubt.
Recommendations   on   Horses.
Dr.  A.  D.  Buchanan, who    was ap-
p doted at the last meeting to make
inquiries in regard to    some    special
classes of horses made the following
recommendations
In several weeks it started to
rain a little. It was not raining
heavily, but there was a lot of good
reliable dampness In the air and the
look of the sky seems ��o Indicate a
continuance of the wet weather.
Yesterday there were no fresh fires
reported and If the rain is heavy
enough the fires are over. Even lf
the present wet spell does not last, It
1 would advise adding to our prize is thought that the dry weather cannot continue and the rain wlll certainly check the ardor of the fires for
a few days.
Crown Timber Agent Leamy was up
as far as Ruskin yesterday examining Into conditions there. He did not
find matters very serious -in that district, but there was great danger of
the fires getting beyond control in
case of a high wind. He has rangers
stationed at all th<j fires along the C.
list and the following classed ln
division B: Special prize, ladies'
jumping class, horses to be ridden by
a lady over six jumps three feet six
inches high.
"Special prize jumping class: Horse
to be rid len by lady or gentleman
over six jumps four feet high. In the
jumping classes the manner tn which
the jumps are taken will be considered."
sola and tbe tickets for the new Stand
were going faster than the proverbial
BnoVball. By noon today there will
not be a reserved seal ticket to be
had at any price and It Is expected
that one of the largest crowds that
ever witnessed a lacrosse match here
will be on the grounds.
The Forecast.
Manager C. A. Welsh, when seen
yesterday afternoon hy a News reporter, was confident that the New-
Westminster hoys would be able to
irlve a good account of themselves.
The salmon run was not very large
this year, but the salmon belly run
today is expected to come well up to
the average.    "1 think the score will
has ever heen attempted hitherto. La
Presse, of Montreal, has leased a
special wire to the grounds and while
the game is in progress here special
elitions of the paper will be sold on
the streets of Montreal containing a
running report of the game. The
other Montreal papers and most cf
the big eastern dailies will devote all
kinds of space to tlie game. The eastern lacrosse fans think that the present is the best chance the east has
had of regaining the cup since it came
west and they are sitting up and taking notice accordingly.
The game will start "at 2:30 p.m.,
and there wlll be no preliminary
matches.
as he gave the first information that'
led to the fugitive's apprehension.
COMEDY ATTRACTION WAS
CERTAINLY "GOING SOME"
ALL QUIET IN KOREA.
of
Bird-Man Bleriot Tells of
Trials He Had to Overcome
"Special prize, flve    galted    saddle P. R- Une.
'lass; mare or gelding, to show flve
distinct gaits, one, walk; two, trot;
three, canter; and any two of the following gaits, running, walk, fox trot
or rack.
"In each class I would advise prizes
ns follows: First, $15; second. $10;
third, $5; making a total in all of $90,
and an appropriation not to be more
than $io for jumps
In Surrey the fires were burnln.3
slowly and no new damage was reported yeslerday. The houses at
White Rock are now thought to be
safe and t
at Crescent. Unless something unfor-
seen happens the worst is over and
most of the work wlll now be done
by the insurance appraisers
There ls no estimate or any
on which to form an estimate of the
Paris, Sept. 16.���How    M.    Bleriot, partnership with them.   They took up
became the champion and inventor of the biplane Idea, and worked lt for
a special type of monoplanes   Is   told all it was worth, but constant failure
by himself In so^ie biographical notes attended their experiments. M. Bleriot
which he was asked to write   for   a g^ave up biplanes   In   disgust In 1906,
Paris newspaper.    It  Is known that and thU8 8epat>llted himself from   the
the actual type of the Bleriot flying Voisln  brothers,  who,  through  thick
machine, the one with which he made and thln   a(ihered   to   the   super-lm-
the  first cross channel  flight, ls us- poged  plane8   and adhere to it still,
ually described    as   the Bleriot   XI, In 1!)07 M   Blerlofs flrst   monoplane
This means that ten previous types or came lnt0 being.   It was his sixth at-
models constructed by hlm or for hlm tempt at maklng a   practical    flying
preceded   the   successful   and    final machine, and tn shape it resembled   a
series now in use.   Curiously enough, duck    He took u out for lta first trlai
the Inventor of the small,    compact, w,,h intense excitement.    Would the
and rigid monoplane began hy devls- thlng  leave the gl.ound at all *    He
lng a flying machine with  moveable gavg.
or  vibrating  wings. _which  were Jn-      ��With Infinite precaution, at flrst 1
Laughable  Presentation at the Opera
House  Yesterday  Will   Be   Repeated This Evening.
Last night's show at the opera
house was certainly "Going Some" in
every particular and the large audience went away satisfied that it is
one of the best comedies that has
ever visited the city of New Westminster.
The production put on by Lawrence
and Sandusky  Is a winner In every
General   Akashi   Declares   Stories
Disturbances Are  False.
Seoul. Korea, Sept. 16.���General
Akashi. of the Japanese army, said today that quiet prevailed throughout
Korea. He said that the inventors of
stories that disturbances had bi?en
started and several Koreans had commute 1 suicide in protest against Japanese domination will soon be compelled to prove their assertions in a
court of law.
There was practically no discussion  _  ,.,..��
t the proposals and the recomnienda-  amount  of   damage   done   throughout
' .     .     . ...      ... _   ji.t..i.,t    ,t.i..   nl
lions all seemed to And favor with
the members and were adopted without a dissenting voice.
The doctor brought up another mat
ter
which  caused  considerably  morejeover all the damage. It may'far ex-
ceed  that   when  everything Is  taken
discussion, He thought that It was
unfair not to allow horses of a certain into consideration.
'lass to compel1 In other classes If
���hey were equally eligible for it. As
the rule now stands, a horse entered
in one class cannot show ln another
and fo a man going to considerable
���'xpen. e to bring a horse to the city
could only show once and would have
1(1 Stay a whole week here.
His motion to abolish the rule was
were    In
k   lite   nOW      lllOUglll      tO   OB    "'      uui �����*��������      **-<       ,- ���-- .       . Willi    nuiline    (ijctauiiuu,   a*    mot   .
here Is no danger to those  tended  to  Imitate  closely the actual Just  ,et lt run along on 1lle ground
lliglit. ot birds as tuey heat uieir t0 s(je w))at lt would do jt moved
wings up and down. Hla first lnspira- on beautifully. Then 1 could not re-
tlon came to him ln 1000. at the Paris g,at tl)G temptation. I had to attempt
exhibition. Wen he stood in ffont of a f||g),t \ ,,uiied the levers, and the
��� data tlte great bat-like machine constructed ni,icillne gave a terrific bound up-
yeais before Ai. a u,. wmcu nut .a fo.- wards."
mldable electric n.otor, which accumu., u darted through the nlr at such a
tutors, that seemed to weigh a ton. rate that lt f^gbtened him. Me
Acer's gigantic bat had Iinmoveab.e thought that he would be killed, aud
wings, and wus a real monoplane. M. then, what would happen to hl3 poor
Ble. lot thought he could Improve it wlfe who ha;l implored blm not tb
by making one with moveable wings, 1,,gk h|g ufe and to lll8 uttle children?
and, after three >"'"'" of patient ^e gave another tug at the levers ��o
efforts, he produced a machine which brlng ,t back t0 the ground, and it
moved and flapped its wings to such d|d g0 backi %lth a 9mas��, The levers
an extent that lf smashed Itself to wori{ed too abruptly. The motor,
pieces. The experiments cost him a wi,ic], waa at the buck, had swung
good deal of"money, but. happily, in compietelf round, but happily a wood
the district this week. The flies broke
out almost, simultaneously on Sundny
and slttce then have been burning
steadily mil  although    $50,000    may
Discuss Strike Fund.
Montreal, Sept. 16.���The question
of raising a strike fund was under
discussion at today's session of the
Canadian Federation of Labor. The
resolution committee recommend?d
that the capita tax be increased from
flve to ten cents per month per member, arid all money to be placed In
the general fund and to he used In the
way ~ Scenery and costumes are true general  work  of  organization.    S��v-
to the   play   and   the   plot   Itself is eral delegates spoke strongly against
enough to cause a laugh every time the proposition.	
one thinks of It.
The cause of all the trouble is the WOULD-BE BANK ROBBER
loss of a phonograph by the cowboys CAUGHT IN GRADING CAMP
of the Plying Heart ranch through a
foot race, the talking machine being
bet on the race.   After the loss of the
Denver, Sept. 16,���Jesse Dare, who
tried to hold up a country bank
machine lt is the chief aim of the twenty miles from Clay Ceutre, Kan-
cowboys to secure Its return. A vial- sas> on December 23, and was put to
tor at the ranch, J. Walllngford Speed, |night by the'paying teller and a wo-
offers to run In a race although he ls man employee, was arrested today at
no athlete, his hope being that a | rt grading camp in the suburbs of
friend. Culver Colvlngton, the cham- Denver.
pion 100 yard man of Vale, arrives on j    fhe police say he aduitted the at-
the scene to take over the race.            tempted robbery ail 1 that he has    a
Allyn    Lewis,   ns   J.    Walllngford criminal     record   !      Montana     and
Speed, and Robert Webb Lawrence as Wyoming.              *
Lawrence Glass, his- coach, were the  _.
chief funmakers and the audience
wus kept ln mars of laughter from
start to finish.    Mr. Lawrence Is one
Victoria  Man   St-ot.    ,
Victoria.    Sept.    16.���Colin    Wdbd.
aged twenty-two, wns brought to th��
grounds that  the ineeting could  not
change the rules, and on going to   a,    ..,.������    .     -������-.      ....... ..
vote the motion was defeated and the  the   flrst  years of  a^t0_"^11 ,���;���"�� W prop was between_it and him. and
rule stands us before,
ii  l ��� _     -~��     * lm    oiilhlnct     U.'llll'll 1(       n ii.i     !>     ,_...-.
the  sale  of  which   he  drew  a  good
revenue.
The discussion on the subject which
was regarded as very important by
all those present lasted for an hour
seconded by J. H. Vidal, who thought, WS_* �����ofi lltUe else discussed   at
that If a horse could win In more than \,    ���IUMe Wl,s
hud   Invented   a   motor-car   lantern ldeadened the shock .He owed his life
which was a great success, and from tha(. day tQ that plece of wond
His next machine was a further Improvement.   It was completed on Sep-
oiio class  It  was
prizes lt could gather tn.
The proposal was vigorously op-
POSOd by H. Williams, who stnted that
8"ch n condition might be satisfactory
to owners of fancy horses, but would
lot meet with favor among the farm-
<,,N of tbo country on whom the ex-
MWtlon mainly relied for support.
Others opposed the motion on    the
��� pi u* rmciii.     ii.   aaaa  ...i,ii'\ii- i-
His flrst flyer having destroyed It- tember 17, f9D7, and   with   this   lie
self, he turned his thoughts to simple made his flrst real flight, which   the
iuliig planes.    The  first reports of Aer0 ciut> recognized by awarding him
entitled to ail the||J|o "^endldly   and   the %xh��biUoV-the success"_"of *��� Wrt^htjbr^ers jn a'eiiyeV"glit medalT" Of all the prizes
promises  to  he  the  most successful
ever held In the Royal City.
Those present, were:    T. J. Trapp,
chairman;   A.   Hardman,  John  Peck,
America stimulated him to fresh ac- that he ever won he cherishes perhaps
tlvltv, and he ��sked M.   Surcouf   to th,g 8lmpie trophy most,
construct a glider for him.   When ex-    ,But No   vu   met it, fate, like sev-
perlmentlng with this plane he    got ir&l subsequent   ones,   which   were
of the best comedians who have ever ^    today   by   tne  provlncial   po���?e
visited   New  Westminster  and  being &nd w,u be heM w _walf lh_ declslon
rather stout his very appearance    Is rf th_ coroner.8 jul.y> whLch wlu ln_
enough to cause one to laugh.   J. N. ve8tlKate t���e deatn of Chester Young,
Leonard as "Grabby    Gallagher, fore- eUbteen  who wa8 kmed yesterday by
man of the Centipede ranch   winner a bullet from Wood's rifle.   The shoot-
of the graphophone, also had a part s^mn        iefl        erd
which was well sustained.
Sir Charles Fitzpatrick Returns.
Ottawa, Sept. 16.���Sir Charles Fltz-
At the conclusion of the third act
he gave a short curtain speech con-
^U,^gih?,Tth??hTSiie2 Patrick, who represented   Great   Brl
heir first ettor   in th* show business �� > ^ ha"    . flBherl,B tribunal>
'"tS SSBPi.   ..Personated returned to the City today.   The chief
Berkeley Fresno, a Leland tenor, car
rled out a none too easy role ln pleasing style.
Virginia Eatnes and Alice Condon,
as a couple of college girls on a vacation, acted their parts well. These
two, In addition to being capable, actresses, would easily take first and
second prize at a beauty show���lf the
Judges did not make It a tie.
Cood shows wlll be the rule ln New
Westn Inster this winter If the first
show of the season ls any criterion,
and Mr. McCalg, the new manager,
wishes to thank the New Westminster
justice had no statement to make regarding the award.
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eUalrman;     ��� _    'A D Bucban- Into touch with the Voisln brothers, ��� smashed one after the other.    When people tor their patronage
l   HUH    .1.    I' ''   ' . _        .     _      ,,      1iril     , 1        ���,|,l,.���,t       liniiwtni     nmClSelV      What     l,���   mr...m-m*    ....   oil    tt...*    I,l.   mmmmmt.mmr..m I 1'nt.lirhr     I ll U    UllIllO    ullnW
titer J. ii- ���    yow,' H wil-iend, without knowing precisely what he bunted up all that h|s experiments I    Tonight the same show will be put
i"'n,R   nr   Watson, R.  McMillan and  the future had in store for them, he ,	
founded an aeroplane  workshop    in (Continued on Page Five.)
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Building Collapses In Winnipeg
a
Hams. Dr.  Watson
Secretary W Hi Keary
Winnipeg, Sept. 16.���Fifty
people had a narrow escape in
the collapse of the Manitoba
Clothing company's building on
Main street, near Rupert
street, today.
The lots ts estimated at $25,-
000, arid a nice question may
arise ae to the settlement tor
damages.
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Westminster Game in 1900
Has Change of Heart. 3
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Page two.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,  SEPTEMeer
'Iff.
Classified Advertisements | REAL   ESTATE *.](���_ fjf\y (HOVE
TO CRUSH fINNS
WANTED.
WANTED -*��� SMALL     RANCH,     IM-
proved, with buildings, In the vicinity  of .New   Westminster.      Fu i i
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
hand, 62 Hastings street east.
ENGLISH        WOMAN (WIDOW)
seeks    work    by    day.    Apply  10^i>
Cornwall street.
WANTED���HY HOY OF SIXTEEN,
board and room. Address S. A. this
offlce, statin;; terms, etc.
ENGLISHMAN HEQl'IRES Position; experienced in office and store
work, advertising, etc. K. P., care
of Daily News office.
WANTED���A GENERAL   SERVANT
must   he  able  to  do  plain   cooking
Ap) ly  -IS   Royal  avenue.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia St. j
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
Branch Office     -      -      Kamloops, B.C.,
PORT MANN DISTRICT
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
X, prairie land. Price $126 per acre;
one third    casli,    balance   one
CiOi
ind
Russians Enter Upon Another Campaign For Complete Supremacy.
two years.
A.l
WANTKD���LOAN OF
proved city property
1.    Write Hex O. K.,
$2508 ON 1M-
before October
News office.
WANTED-
Premier
-A WAITRESS
hotel.
AT ONCE.
WANTED���DRESSMAKING, GO OCT
by the day or at home. Experienced
and .ood lit.    328 Eighth street. .
WANTKD. HY SEPTEMBER 18, CAP-
able woman or .ill as general help,
able to do plain cooking preferred.
Sleep home. Apply Mrs. B. s. Kennedy, 4IS Eighth street.
WANTKD ��� A SMALL FURNISHED
house September lij or October 1,
by young couple who can phe unquestionable references. Wiite A.
V., care this paper.
WANTKD IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
first class lady clothes ironers and
two shirt polishers; two dollars per
day and fare. Klectric Lace <fc Silk
laundry. Vancouver.
WANTED���LADY CASHIER, STENO-
grapher with experienced preferred.
Apply at once, W. S. Collister &
Co.
WANTED���TEN GIRLS AT ONCE;
apply Royal City steam laundry.
WANTED���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR
a few liours daily, by English lady.
Apply Mrs. Wixey, 320 Columbia
street.
WANTED HY WORKING MAN,
room and board near Eighth avenue
and Twelfth street. Reply K., News
office.
WANTED-HOUSEK E E PING
rooms for married couple. Apply
Hox A.A., this office.
WANTED���A  CARPENTER.  WALSH
Sash & Door factory.
THIRTY ACRES in section 36, block
5 north, range l wes;. twenty acres
cleared, with new ho.ise an.l barn;
��oo;l water. Price JUiO per acre.
Terms     over     eighteen     months.
(176-A.)
FIFTY acres in section 32, b'ock 5
north, range 2 vest, N. W. D.; ab
solutely the best subdividing proposition in Port Mann district today. Why? The termfe are one-j
fifth cash, and   the   balance   over |iltion 0f the Finnish constitution
TEN  YEARS,
cent.
with interest at fi per
Holsin. fors,   Sept.   lfi.���In   a   few
! clays hence the die; wiil meet to elect
six Finnish  members to the Russian
duma.    At   the  same  time   it   will   be
j called   upon   to  consider   the   demand
'of  the  imperial   council   that   i!   Sha 1
| have the right to express its opinion
upon  the acceptance of  financial payments in the place of military service
and. further, the right  to review the
position of Russian  residents in Finland.
All  these claims are in  direct   vio-
Tbe
WESTMINSTER OPERA   HOUSE g
HECTOR   McCAIG,   Manager.
| arena  is  therefore  being cleared  fo;
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block 5 north, range 2 west, N.W.D.,
on new Yale road. $800 per acie;
$L'5m> cash, balance six. twelve and
eighteen months at 7 per cent. In-1
terest. ( "
SURREY
160 ACRES on the Scott road within
six tulles of New Westminster.
Price $86 per acre; one-third cash.
balance six, twelve and eighteen
months.    Investigate this.    (208-A.)
10 ACRES  in  northwest    quarter    o'
section  19, township    2.    $L'0ti    pe
acre; one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per   cent.   Interest.
(221-A.) |a.nother struggle with Russian power.
���""���""���~~~* I It  seems to observers here Inconceivable  that  the  Finnish  diet   can  agree
lo any  such demands.    Probably    the
attitude   of   the   diet    wiil   refuse    to
elect Finnish duma members, or to ex-
iu-1 press any  opinion  on  tiie   remaining
A.) j matters.
The refusal of election will he
I based on the contention that the law
directing the election is unconstitu
tional, and as to tb etwo remaining
points the diet will claim that it has
not merely tie1 right to express an
opinion but to decide finally and to
take action if considered desirable.
While preserving a conciliatory tone
he reply to the Russian government
wl I put forward the view that questions can only he submitted to the
diet that  conform to the fundamental
Monday, Sept.
T. Cosgrove Presents
Hall Caine's Towering Success
" The Manxman"
With FREDERIC CLARKE in the
Leading Part, and a Powerful Cast
MOREfS
665--CoIumbia  Street-^
New Westminster, B. C  I
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
S, on Newton road. $150 ier acie
Terms over two years. (91-A.)
LANGLEY
FIVE acre tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil in Langley dis
tricts, cleared and In a high state
of cultivation: tram line running
through the property; good roads
on all sides. Pi ice $175 per acre
anfl up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
(201-A.) |,aws of j.-inlind.
Tiiis   marks  almost
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head  Office        .        451   Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office     -     -      Kamloops, B.C
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE OR RENT HY OWNER
seven room modern house on Fourth
stieet. Apply on premises for particulars, or 51- Fourth stieet, New
Westminster. B. C.
the final bout
between the little land and the big
empire. Matters have moved rap! lly
since the attack on Finnish autonomy
began two years ago. Premier Stoly_
pin contends that Finnish interests
will be amply safeguarded by the inclusion of the six representatives
from Finland in the duma and the imperial council. But the Finns are a
sturdy folk, and they are prepare! to
suffer and still resist if, on the refusal
of the diet to accept dictation from
St. Petersburg, the czar's advisers
proceed to more ri. oro.ua administrative measures still, even in tlie
face of the protests of progressive
Europe.
SEATS ON SALE AT TIDY'S FLORIST STORE
Mineral Waters
Aerated Water}
Manufactured
J.
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Price 25c
X
Remedy j
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SOLD ONLY AT
I LEY
NEW  WESTMI\'_.
Telephone   R   113. Office
THE
'*������ B. C.
Princess St,
FOR SALE���Cheap, two acres on Lulu
island, apply after 7 p.m. to J. .AL,
301 Columbia street.
FOR SALE���AIREDALE TERRIER
puppies, pedigree. Cheap. The
gatnest 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 818 Ken
nedy street. New Westminster.
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
(Successors to Ha'e Bros. & Kennedy,
Limit ^d.)
Over Merchants Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.       Phone 335
FOR city, residential and business
property, farm ar.d fruit lands,
water frontage, and B. C. Electric
and Canaiian Northern railway*terminal acreage, apply to
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
i Over Merchants Bank, Cor. Columbia
and  Begbie Sts.
New Westminster. B. C.      Phone 335
Incensed Over Prices.
Paris, Sept. 1��.���The trade and labor unionists of this city ate very
much incensed over the increase of
prices in the restaurants which they
frequent. Some are quietly, others
openly, organizing a movement to secure a reduction to tlie old rates,
threatening a boycott unless their demands are  complied  witli.
I Ryall's I)rug Store \
^T CV/rO     TCOTCn      DV/     t-\ BT'ts*** I A KI r_ **\
* EYES TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS.
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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
*-mui_*_*_.��M*vam
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOK    REN.
room. 424
���  FU
"ird 5-
;.\is..Ej
en:e.
4-
BED
FURNISHED LED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 713 Tie.v street.
TO LET���FCRNI3HED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp blo6k, corner
Columhla stieet and Clarkson. |
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable fur-!
nished bedioom suitable for two]
gentlemen.   Apply at 2.33 8th st.
PORT MANN
LARGE LOTS (66x132) on Johnson
road; $200 each; $10.00 cash, $10.00
per month.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
TO     RENT  ���   FURNISHED     BED i
rooms.    703   Third   avenue.    Apply |
after f, p. m. or between 9 a. m. anil j
5 p.  m. at  Room  14, 62.'i Columbia
street.
re
Tenders for Sidewalks.
The corporation is desirous of
iceiving   tenders    for    concrete    side-
1 walks on Alexander,    Hegbie,    Lorne
 ._ ! McKenzie. Sixth, Church  and    Clark-
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED i.on 8treets'    Plans- specifications and
room  suitable  for  two.    Handy  to lfurtllc���' particulars    can    be obtained
business sectldh.
street.
Apply  189  Tenth
TO WENT.
TO    RENT���UNPITHR18HED    FLAT
modern; apply 8L! Fourteenth'
stieet. alio-.e Eighth avenue; five
minutes from car line.
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K. P. block; suitable
for store rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply* to John Forrester
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 017 St. George
street. City.
LOST.
LOST���ONE DOUHLE EAGLE WITH
diamont setting, between G. N.
freight depot and Hub barber shop.
Suitable rewarj Apply X., News
office.
LOST
lng
Finder return  to the
Dye Woiks and receive
-A   POCKETBOQK   CONTAIN-
urn    of    money    and    checks.
Royal    City
reward.
from J. YV. H. Blackman, city engineer. Tenders to be delivered to the
undersigned not later than flve o'clock
an September 11). 1910,
\V. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
September 12, 1810.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Applications will he received by the
undersigned up to 5 p.m. of Monday
the 19th inst., for the position of as
slstant to the City Treasurer.
Applicants must be capable   steno
graphers and good at figures.   Salary
to commence at $65.00 per month.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, Srttember 13, 1910.
NEW
WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE notice that, I, William Rob
ert Dick, of Vancouver,  B. C.;  occu- >
pat ion  real estate dealer.  Intends to |
apply for permission to purchase the 1
following described lands: '
Commencing at a post planted
LOST ��� ON SATURDAY AFTER- about twenty chains north from the!
noon, a gol.I watch and chain, either 80UtI,we3t corner of Timber Lease;'
on Columbia street, or between':{876!'' Texnda Islnnd, thence west j
Third avenue and Pine street. Re- ���*���**��� ������'V ehnlns, thence south eighty ]
ward.    Return to, ll^Hy Sjews office   c,'aln9    thence    east    eighty   chains.
    '.V" ���" ������ thcit.c^.porth eighty chains to point of
LOST���LADIES' j^ILVJlR     $yATCH  commencement, Containing G40   acres
with gold  ehnW, between trnm of-  more or less.  .        ,,,,*.
flee and Third Vreet.    Suitable re- WILLIAM   ROBERT   DICK.
;   ward  for  returning game  to D..lly      vancouvcr,    B.   C,    Ee^texber   6,
1   News offlce. ino.
The Opening Day of the Sensational
CLOSING OUT
SHOE SALE
OF THE
CHAMBERLIN SHOE CO.
Was a Phenomenal Success, hundreds of
gratified customers, astonished at the
wonderful 4ow prices, took advantage of
the time and bought for present and future use. We hardly need to suggest to
others that it will be of advantage to them
to visit the Chamberlin Store arid inspect
our offerings. Remember--- We are selling out Entire Stock at factory cost
Never such bargains in Foot Wearables
was ever offered to the people of the fair
city before. The moral of it all is Get
Yours~Now.
Chamberlin Shoe Co.
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is  paid on  Savings
Balances ha'f-ycarly.   ::
"'���'siness   Accounts   opened
os favorable  terms.
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW   WESTMINSTE. ,
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street
B. C.
White Star-Dominiott
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
8.8.
ton*.
The
Ac-
LAURE"-*^-
Triple  screw,  14,9'':
S.S. MEGAN..--.
Twin    screw,    H.sOO   ton*.
largest   and   most   modem,
commodation equal  to any croi��
lng the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply lo
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kind*.
39 Alexander St.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Marliet
BOWELS. A ODDY
Corner Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE 370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The   Arrow   Pres*
Mrs. E. M.
near The Dally News Co.,
Dominy, Pro.
C09 Victoria
Street.
Try a "WANT" ad
It will bring rraulta.
ID
Tbe Ne*s'' ��'. ���
SATURDAY,
SEPTEMBER   17,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THIIEE.
Bank of Montreal
V        ESTABLISHED 1817.
FROM THE TRCPIC3
ESTABLIS
CAPIT/I-
$14,400,000.00|
11,000,000.00;
.    es throughout    Canada    and
ndiand, anu In  London,  Eng-
\ .sew York, Chicago and Sr/bkan
Sei   and  Mexico City.    A genera
1 " " .'   business     transacted.     Let
:���
nltlng    '���'"
, .,.,'M iBsuen.
available   with
'.��*.
U'��i<>
5 HEAL US,
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. > ���
ioondents In   all    parts of   the
*'.' |ngs Bank Department���Deposits
�� lved  in  sums of  %i  and upward,
".'l interest allowei at 3 per cent, per
i
NEW ZEALAND WANTS
TO EXCHANGE ANIMALS
er.il'111'
ipresent  rate)
Assets   over   $18(1,000,000.00
ugW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
q, ii, BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
I m e 'Phone Us.     Barn 'Phoue 18?
ColuinDla   titrset.
Baggage   dciiveien   promptly   to
any  part of the city-
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DFPO"!
[   ���t"v:^'-:   , i
i#V\P'' 'i.-Wj^ * '-  '
W'H'i  '���"���'"
-   '. M��i:i_k ���     j
_Lcdron Seed J'.',:,:.' _j_ __]
In Central America many natives are
gathering the seeds of this plan t.Oodron
Seed, a rare medicine that hns valuable
curative powers. But tow drug stores
carry this seed, owing to tho highoost
Of tho article.
This country is a large consumer of
this costly si '-il because it en tors Into
the famous catarrh remedy, peruaa,
���old the world over.
Gardiner & Gardiner
d'. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
:        .:   \v Btminsti r Trust Building
New Westminster, D. c.
phone C51 Residence  Phone  133 j
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and gai i age musl bi
removed to the fool of Sixteenth
stieet and Fifth avenue, wheie it wlll
be burned by the ci   poi ation,
Any person or persons who dump
gai bage or rubbish of i ny kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lol or public property
will be prosecuted undi r the provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June 13. 191 i,
p, G. Box  395
Phone 730
kMurphy & Craig
Heating  and   Plumbing
obbing   Promptly   Attended  To l___
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  631
Colonial   B!ock
.      ., ,���,,...,.,.,>.,   .NEWS0ME& SONS
���-.������}.J.-   WAILIiIVIAiVLIt Painters. Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Watches for Ladi-s from .12/:
���r Watches,    gents'    open lac*
|6.00.
S per Watches, gents' optn case,
|7.50 up. I
Agent for Waltham and Llgin
Watches.
V. .tch  repairing n  specialty.
F. CRAKE
TVn Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Estimates Given. Phone 567
Premier Ward Picpcses Sending Kangaroos and Wallabies in Return
for Canada's Fauna.
Edmonton, Sept. it!.���Kangaroos
and Wallabies may soon be hopping
around the animal leservations of
Western ('an.ida If the plans of Premier Ward, of Xew Zealand to effect a
wholesale exchange of wild animals
between his country and Canada are
carried out, A number of moose
broughl down from regions north of
Edmonton and shipped to Xew Zealand across the Pacific ocean are now
contentedly munching the tend ir
shoots ol ne,...- which grow tn the antipodes, and thriving on the diet us
thej woui,! on willow leaves.
The success ol the ex] erimenl Ins
so ph ase i the ; remler of New Zealand that he hns written Howard Dou-
;;l B. conn ���    of Dominion parks
to in 'v, whether an exchange 11 vai i-
��� ecl< s of ani nals may be effected, New 7.i,-landers wanl
only specimens of moose, but
anxious to se ure (li;. caribou
R ick mountain goats to add to t
e fauna.
Mr. Douglas in discussing Pren ;--i
Ward's schen e inst night, stated thai
ta ��� thou io it might well be carried
oui Al any rate a further shlpmsnt
< animals would be made to New
'���'.. aland within a few months.
Mr. Douglas stated that not one of
tl e mot se shipped recently to New
Zi iland died during the voyage, although several years ago when a similar shipment was made all the ���.mi-
mals die i but two. lie attribute I the
BuccesS of the latesl Shipment to the
fact that the animals wore in the very
besl condition when put o nshipboard
and fed on the way to New Zealand
on . teen willow leaves. Hair a carload of young willows, tied In bundles,
were kept in cold storage on tbe boat
and fed lo lhe animals when they
would eat nothing else.
Ten moose and two elk are being
taken over this week by Mr. Douglas
from YA Carey, of Andrew. These
animals will be place I in the Wainwright buffalo park. Animals cf tier species will also be secured in the
near future for tlie same park.
���Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Hi.
1)., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:30 p.in.
SAPPERTON' METHODIST ��� Rev.
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and T::',u p.in. Sun'.ay school at
-::'.o p.m. Epworth League on Monday
at 8 p.m.
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
' Rev. F. S. Okell, 11. A., pastor. Services
at 1! a.m. nnd 7::'.n p.m. C'lass ineeting at 10 a.m. Sunday school at
2:30 p. m. Epworth league, Monday,
at v p. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mouning, "The First and
Great Commandment"', evening, "The
.Manliness of Christ"
THE    NORWEGIAN    LUTHERAN
1���Benjamin  Sand, pastor.    Service at
Trinity church at  11  a.m.
EAST     BURNABY     METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, uurnaby. Rev. Freder-
[ck l.. Carpenter, pastor. Public worship, ll a, m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school, 2:30 p. m, Prayer meeting.
Tuesday, 7:30 p, m.; choir practice,
Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
WEST     END     PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth street. Rev. .lames Reid,
B.A.,   pastor.     Public   worship   ai   11
a. in. and 7::'.0 p. m. Sunday school
at 2:110 p. in.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHODIST MISSION���Hov. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 1U a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
FREE     METHODIST     CHAPEL���
Eighth street, lie'ween Third and
Fourth avenues. Kev. C, S. McKinley,
pastor. Sunday school. 10 a.m.; service  11  a.m.;  class meeting. 1- a.m.:
prayer seruce. . p.m.; sermon. r:30
p.m.; mid-week prayer meeting.
Thursday 8 p.m.
COLLINGWOOD METHODIST ���
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:::u p.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. Epworth League
Tuesday at 8 p.m. Dundonal I school
House; Service nt 2 p.m, and Sunday
school at :: p.m. Uev. w. Ewart Jones,
pastor.
CHURCH OF CHRIST���306 Durham. Madison Wright, preacher, Sunday services, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Week day service, every day at S p.m.
SAPPERTON BAPTIST CHURCH,
Hospital Btreet���Sunday school at 2::',u
p.m.; service at 7 p.m. Andrew Grieve,
pastor.
GOSPEL HALIr-Corner of sixth
avenue and Ninth stieet. Evangelist
.1. .1. Rouse will  pieach at  7  p m.
Our $3 Boys'
not
ai ���
and
heir
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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 acid to the life of
these suits is omitted.
Sizes 6 to 16 years.
If you have never  Tested the  Excellence of cur Boys'
Suits, you've missed a Splendid Investment.
214   Sixth- Avenue
NEW  WESTMINSTER :
B. C.
HALL  CAINE'S  MASTERPIECE
TO    BE    STAGED    MONDAY1
See Our Mens' Blue Serge Suit Special, $15.00
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PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
%_  to  'Jo  11.  P.
2 nnd 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CMLLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The  New Sternwheeler
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
W. E. 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.
Frederick  Clarke is   booked  to   ap-!
pear at the Westminster Opera hcuse |
on  Monday. September 10, for an en-j
gagement of one night In a flne pro-!
duel ion of Hall Caine's great master-1
piece. "The Manxman." which has re-1
cently   been   dramatized    and    placed j
before the theatre-going public of this
country.     Every    bit   as    popular    in
novel form as Caine's previous works, |
"The Manxman" has surpassed all expectations   as  a   theatrical   attraction, j
and the samp interest is accorded iti
as    greeted    "The    Christian,"    "The
Prodigal Son," and the "Eternal City."
Mr    Clarke's   company   Includes   besides the star, the following players:
.Mildred Eddy, Gertrude Stone, Lolleta
Lamb,     Klliot     Henderson.     Thomas
Clarke,   Percy  Kilbride,    Frank    Lee,
Lawrence Summers, Abe Darnes aud |
others  who are spencially chosen.
REID & CO
Store of Satisfaction
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S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
221'. Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
PROVINCIAL
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds  of  Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon   and   Sixth   St.   New
Westminster B. C, Phone 354.
JOHN DOBSON, Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on   Any   Kind
of Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk.
Phone 388
TENDERS
WANTED
Sealed tenders will he r:-
celved by the undersigned up to
noon, September 20th, for the
clearing of 450 acres, more or
less, of timber lands. Plans and
specifications can n% 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 COO feet
rock and earth. .Plans and
specifications can be secured
upon application. Lowest or
any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. H. HASLITT,
Purchasing Agent.
B. C, E. Ry Co., Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C.
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JCHURCH1
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(Changes for this column must be
left at, or telephoned to, this ofllce by
9 p.m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
indicates that no copy has been turned
ln by the pastor or other responsible
.arty.)
Sunday, September 18.
HOLY TRINITY ��� Rev. G. C.
d'Easum, rector. Celebration of Holy
Communion at 8 a. m.; Matins,
sermon and choral celebration at 11
a.m.; Sunday scliool at 2:30 p.m.;
evensong and sermon at 7 p.m.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Service at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday scliool at 2:30 p.m.; Holy Communion flrst Sunday In the month;
prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30
p.m. Morning, "Solomon's Masterpiece"; evening, "The Water of Life."
QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST���
Uev. C. W. Brown. B.D., pastor    Ser-1
vice at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday j
school  at  2:30 p.m. Morning.  "Workers   with   Christ";    evening,    "Hind-!
ranees to Salvation." W. J. Armstrong
will sing at the evening service.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. S. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 a.m and 7:30 p.m. Sabbath
school and blh'.c class 2:30 p.m.
Morning, "The Curse of the Shirker";
evening, "The Idea and Duty of Human. Life." Special music, morning,
Ant lem. "From Egypt's Bondage
Come, (Page) bass solo by A. Hamm,
"Fear Not Yet, O Israel (Dudley
Buck). Evening servl.ee Anthem, "At
Even Ere the Sun Was Set," solo by
Miss Munn, "Spirit of God" (Neld-
linger).
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN���Rev. E
G Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
worship: Morning, Holy Communlen.
11 a.m.: evening, 7:30 p.m. Bible
class and Sabbath school 2:30 p.m.'
Y. P. S. C. E., Tuesday 8 p.m.; prayer
meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST���ReT. A. F. ftak-
er, pastor. Services 11 a.m. and 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.
Midweek prayer meetlnit on Wednesday at 8 o'clock. Morning, "The B��c
ret of National Health"; evening,
"The Morning Bugle Call."
ST.  STEPHENS  PRESBYTERIAN
EXHIBITION
Queens   Park,    New  Westminster,  B. C.
Under the Auspices of the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society
of British Columbia.
OCT. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8,1910.
 j__ .  I
IN   PRIZES   AND
ATTRACTIONS
$50,000	
Official Opening, by Hon. Richard McBride, Premier
of the Province, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 2. p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday���Lacrosse Matches.
Wednesday���Scottish Sports and Scott^U Concert.
Thursday���Vancouver Day-American Day*
Friday���Children's Day.
Saturday���Exhibition will continue until 10:30 p. m.
Wagner's Band, of Seattle, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This was the
official band at the Alaska-Yukon Exposition in 1909, and has "a world-wide reputation.
Summerland Band, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Vancouver Musicians' Band, Tuesday afternoon and evening and Wednesday
evening.
Vancouver Pipers' Band, Wednesday*
Al. G. Barnes' Big Three Ring Wild Animal Circus on the Grounds during
the whole Period of the Exhibition.
SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMSHIP LINES
W. H. Keary,
Manager and Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE KING
I T. J. Trapp, PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY.  SEPTEMBER
The Daily News
Published hy Ttie Dally .News Puhlisti-
In.   Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   ot    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C. A. Paige Managing Director
LEES LIMITED
SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER   17,   1910.
THE   BOARD   OF   TRADE.
We are pleased to be able to congratulate the New Westminster
Hoard of Trade upon the display of a
really pood business spirit at their
meeting on Thursday evening, and a
better understanding of the position
which this institution holds in regard
to the affairs of this city. There is
always a danger of an association cf
this character being used hy busy-
bodies as a means to attain their own
particular objects and fads, and In
other ways of lt heing led to interfere in matters which do not concern it. But thanks to the presence
of a strong and intelligent president,
in the person of L. B. Lusby, it has
been made clear that the board is
here to do business that it is required
and expected tu do. no more and no
less.
We are inclined to think that it is
not quite generally understood that
our hoard of trade Is a husiness institution established primarily for the
purpose of looking after and promoting the commercial Interests of the
city, it is not a ratepayers' association, charged with the duty of watching over the civic administration of
civic affairs, nor a vigilance society
created for the purpose of looking
after the moral well-being of the peo
pie. Upon the broad basis of the
city's commercial good, its wise development, and the promotion of its
prosperity there Is ample scope for
the board's constant industry.
We are glad to see that Presi lent
Lusby intends to make it understood
just where the activities of the hoard
and its limits of usefulness begin and
end. llis ruling out of order of the
motion and discussion of Auditor
Cotsworth's report, and his excellent
advice for the board to thoroughly In-
evstigate and comprehend t'.ie matters
with which it intends to deal give a
clear indication of the businesslike
policy which he intends to pursue.
Kept within the ample limits of i s
proper sphere in this way the board
will he able to,exercise a good influence, and we look to some really
valuable work being accomplished in
the near future.
We are glad to see that the members of the hoard generally have recognized   that   its   interference  in  the
affairs  of  other  districts   is   neither
wise  nor  proper.    The  discussion  at
Thursday   night's   meeting   upon   the
recent action of the board iu regarl
to  the railway  arrangements  on  the
south  side  ot the  river   Indicates   a:
healthy change in policy.   We had oc-'
casion  to eiiticize this  action at the;
time ani  it   Is  satisfactory  to   know:
that the view we then expressed has!
met    with    the    acceptance    of   the;
board.
We Furnish Your
Home   Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-718 COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18'^   Knots
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Mondays and Fridays at 11:30
p.in. for Prince Rupert.
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Wednesday and Saturdays at
2:00 p.m. for Victoria and Seattle.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert 5:00 p.m. Sundays and
Wednesdays for Stewart; 10:00p.m. Mondays for Masset, and 10:00
p.m. Thursdays for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City, Lockport, Jedway
and Ikeda.
Solid wide vestibule trains of coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago, Detroit, London, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, New York, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston, etc. Longest douDie track railway
under  one management  on  the American  continent.
For rates, time tables, booklets and full information, passenger or
freight, apply to
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Passenger pnd Ticket Agent. Commercial  Agent.
Telephone 7100.     527 Granville Steer, Vancouver.       Telephone 3060.
GENERAL AGENCY, TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
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REMEMBER   WE   CLOSE   AT   6   P.M.    SATURDAYS, 10 P. M.
After Attending
The
Millinery Openings
Don't   forget  your  Fall  Suit.     We  Invite  you  to   visit  our ];
SS. TRANSFER
Commencing September 1,", the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ker  wharf every  afternoon; e; cept Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Western Island and Way Ports
Returning  to  New Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-day morning at 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Monday morning, leaving Xew Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change without notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watc'jes for Ladies from 912.75
���P.
Silver Watches, genu* open fa<*
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltbam and Elgin
^Tatch^s.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where it will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind od
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public propert)
will be prosecuted under the previsions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE.
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall. June 13. 1910.
well lighted  Ready-to-Wear Section,  now   tilled  with    an    extrei
fascinating  collection  of Suits, etc.. In all the newest  and mosl fagl
lonable  creations.    Call  and  Inspect   them,  you  are  as   welcome to
look as to buy���you may not be prepared to purchase al presenl  bat
you can get a splendid idea of the Fall Fashions that are to be,   I ������.
elusive styles secure flrst place in   our   well  assorted   sin,:.,  ,,
you do not see ln any other store, many are direct Importations froa
Europe,  and  others  come from the  leading  Canadian and Amerl   I
centres.    Popular Prices from
f
$18.50 to $50.00
Smart Coats for
Smart Dressers
An exceedingly wide array of colorings,  materials  ami  style
attracting a great amount of attention from fall shoppers,   We
sider the Pall Coats one of the limst  collections we have i   ���
lied.   Your color is here too, at a price that  will suit youi  purse
From $10.00 to $50.00
Dressy Dress Skirts
Many smart styles in dress skirts are displayed here. Tal
skirts In attractive designs, pretty black voile skirts in pie
effects, and a vailed assortment in   plain  and  novelty   fabrics
From $4.50 to $20.00
GREAT   AREA   DEVASTATED.
Gal!atin   Reserve   Suffers   Loss   Fixed
at $200,000.
Bozeman, Mont., Sept. 1*!.���Supervisor !'. T. Conkllng, of the Gallatin
Foresl reserve, after a preliminary
survey    f the burned area rn his dis-
'���' '   I ��� that the fires swept over
abo :��� 7000 acie.-. of govein nenl tl ������-
i ei i e troying, il is estimated, is -
'< ��� At tbe average p ic i
reali; ��� i for standing timber, this
wi ve been worth $95,000, in;
s Id i i governmenl land affe I d
tlie t ;-��� a greater amount of
private and railroad property. It is
thought tbal this will an ount to 8000
additional acres, biinglng the tptal
loss to mi it' than  $2l  i,	
Highwayman    Kills    China-ran.
Blsbes. Arte., Sept.   16.���A   masked
highwayman robbed two Chinamen es
tbey were taking their vegetables to
market  this  morning,  killing   one of
them and  badlv  woundln" ,v,e other. I
Posses are hunting the bandit.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Those having furnished rooms to
let during the progress of the provincial exhibition, are asked to kindly
leave their names and addresses,
with the number of rooms they have
to let, at the secretary's office, Thomson block, where there will he some
person in attendance, up to the date
of the exhibition, to receive this information. Numerous inquiries have
already heen received as to the accommodation at the disposal of ihe
hotels, and private residences.
W. 11. KEARY,
Manager and Se iretary,
P, O, Box 59, Xew Westminster, B.C.
FREDERIC CLARKE
Appearing In "The Manxman," at
Opera House on Monday.
the
CITY   OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Manhole Covers.
Tenders are required for ahout Mo
Cast Iron Manhole Covers and Grids.
Plans and further particulars can he
obtained from J, VV. B, Blackman, City
Engineer, City Hall.
Tenders to be delivered to tlie undersigned by five o'clock on Monday,
September 2f>, 1010.
W. A. DUNCAN. City Clerk.
City Hall. September 16, 1910.
CORPORATION    OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Tenders   for   Sewer  Construction.
The corporation is desirous of receiving tenders for the laying and
construction of about ten (10) miles
of sewers on the Eighth street sewerage system in the city of New Westminster. Further particulars and
plans can be obtained from J. W. B.
Blackman, city engineer.
Tenders will be received by the tin-
derslgned up to flve o'clock p. m. of
the 26th inst.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A.   DUNCAN.
City   Clerk.
City hall, September 10, 1910.
LAND  ACT.
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New Westminster Land District.    D's-
trict  of   New   Westminster.
Take notice thai John Ferdinand
Baggs. of Nelson island, occupation
funic", Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted
aboul one mile northeast from tfcs
heal of Billings hay, and about 40
chain-; easterly from the Southeast
come" of timher lot number S7341,
thence north 40 chains, tlience east
40 chains, thence south 4o chains
thence west 40 chains to point of
commencement, containing 1(10 acres
more or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND  BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1010.
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| SS^im. FITTINGS
SHOWCASES
ARTISTIC MANTELS���STAIR  RAILINGS���ALL     KINDS     OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
X    WORKS���Corner Eleventh and Cerllne.
PHONE 4"3
>_v.��������
ADVERTISE   IN THE DAILY NEWS
JEWELRY
��� Our stock of jewelry in Gold, Silver and  Gold  Plated is the m
X    complete ever shown in Westminster.    Call and he convinced.
: Chamberlin's j^r
�� Agents for the Howard, Ball, Longines and  Hamilton Watches.
Z Official time inspector for C. P. Ry.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
GOOD BUYS IN CITY HOMES
TWELFTH STREET, new residence,
seven rooms, and large concrete
basement, hath, etc.; lot 44x140;
lane in rear; good position on car
line and commanding tin - view.
Prlce--?3500. easy terms.
No. 137.���New six-room house on
Tenth street, close to the business
district; full lot with lane in rear.
?K5(> Cash will handle tl.is snap and
the balance can bj arranged to suit
purchaser.
ROYAL AVENUE. fiear Sevent'i
street, large modern house, recent y
renovated throughout. Price $1000;
$1600 cash.
LONDON STREET, close to Twelfth
speet. large lot. cement sidewalks.
I*i ice $650; $200 cash.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
faftt. 133.���New seven room house on
Henley street, near Orphanage,
(soon to he paved). $2750; one-
third cash, balance to arrange.   '��� -
Nc. 13?.���Fine residential lot, wi"
small house, close In, on future
business street; the hest speculative buy in the city. $:'000; one-
third  cash,  balance easy payment--;
No. 111.-.A full sized lot cleared and
tn fruit on Regina street, with comfortable house; sewer on this
street; for $1800. Smnll cash payment will handle thsl. ���^w^^w^
ItUrday,
SEPTEMBER   17
1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS
WOULD NOT
REFEREE IN WESf
texl;
alt;ni
Mr
let the offending  teat
FIRE COMPANIES
PAY SURREY IMS
sullcr
It'll
lly s trip to the coasl is In
connection with the visit of the Canadian Manufacturers' association, of
which he is a member, He came a
few days ahead of the main body in
���  order  '" Sl"  the    flrsl    Minto    Cup
n      i Affi^J, :   '",a!('h ;""1 win "-':��:ii�� here until the
Have Good Omcials in bi ries is over,
Picnce-s    Is    First    to
Settlers   Had   No
Mr.   Beech's
Settle���Many
Insurance���
Letter.
IritisA    Columbia,     Let Canada is sending
them Act", Says He. , r���^ ^ ^
,  I team ol tracR and  fleld   athletes   to
, ,, ,.      c.    ���,       ,   England  in  1911.    The same   Invlta-
,remler   McBride.   Sl.    Edward   tlon  wl��� ,,(1 extended U) even. f.(|,(lnv
n illMi p, I). Koss went down In the British empire. The occasion
. knees to me I would not con- *fl ""' festival of empire, the profits of
[referee any Mint.,Cup games ^^�� ^S^"* ������� ��
50  thoroughly   do  I  hell-ve'
t.cre.
honesty
The    hush    (ires    that    have    heen
Bweeplng over such a large proportion
of Surrey municipality during the past
,,,.,.    ,    ,., few days are reported less threaten-,
TRACK   TEAM   TO   ENGLAND   ing, bu, the loss will amount to many I
thousands of dollars, the greater part J
i   of   which   was  not   covered   by   insurance.    A  good  many  companies, however, will  he called    upon    to    meet
losses.
The claim of Mr. E, A. Beech, of the
McLellan road, who lost llis barns
and crop, was the first to be adjusted,
the settlement, having heen made by
Mr. A. \v. McLeod on behalf of the
Pioneers' Flre insurance company, of
PURO
Lord Deshorough has heen appointor   western   officials,led chairman of the sports committee,
ie evenl of any dissatisfaction   and that  feature of the celebration is  Brandon, which has a splendid record
up after the lirst game there assured   business-like   handling.    The for prompt payment of losses,
enough money ln the Bank of  festival of empire is Intended to be a      The  following   letter  has  been   re-
j to tempi me to officiate next  great colonial exhibition, showing the celved    by    Mr,    McL< id   from    Mr.
you have good men, fair and   magnitude    and   resources   of   Groat  Beech:
men. in  British  Columhla  who   Britain and her over-sea colonies. Thei McLellan Road, Surrey. I . C,
;l.y  understand   the  game    of sporting carnival of a week or more Is September 16, 1910.
e.   Let  them   act." merely  a department of the  broiler Alfred \V, McLeod, Esq.,
JOE LALLY. I scheme,  which  Is  intended as nn  im-1        Xew Westminster,  B. C.
besi known lacrosse referee in nerlal lesson. The festival wlll fol-1 Dear Sir���It is with great pleasure
(ir;d paid a visit to Westminster low shortly after the coronation cere- that I acknowledge receipt of settle-
rilay and  will  he here again  to- monies. ment  of my loss    under    policy    No.
In connection with the cham-| The sports committee is at present 200883 of the Pioneers' Flre Insu.-
Hp match hetween the Nationals preparing to extend invitations to tlie anee company, as a result of the bush
tlie Salmon Bellies. Mr. Lally goverlng bodies in the colonies to fires this week, when 1 had the mis-
send teams to Kngland, and the C. A. fortune to lose my two barns and en-
A. U. will doubtless he cnniniun'catpd tire crop. I hardly know how to ex-
with In the course of a few weeks at press for myself and family our ap-
most. preciatlon of the very prompt manner
  Iin which rny claim was dealt with, for
the iiuick action of yourself and your
company has taken away half the burden of our affliction and given us renewed hope after our terrible expeii-
ence of the past few days, to replace
what was burned.
Wishing you  and    your companies
every  success,  and    again    thanking
for   anything   that   appears  iniThurst" anT'Caledonia's  "and'"""have  you' l am>
the signature  of  .Toe  Lally  in  Uie sillne sent to lonr the ald country. I * ours ver>' sincerely.
���here yesterday  for pleasure, to-
Ifce will come over for pleasure
���profit, for he has temporarily
"ii,���k t" his old love, newspaper
, and Is under contract to write
|e big matches for the Montreal
11$ quite a few years now since
illy beld down a regular job as
irter, but he thinks he still re-
tiers enough about the business
lake liis story one of the most inning thai will bo wired east.    He
CALGARY MAY SEND TEAM
TO PLAY IN OLD COUNTRY
Calgary,    Sept.    16.���Football    men
and others arc suggesting that as soim
as   the   llillburst   team   returns  from j
Toronto an effort  be made to form a
combined Calgary team, composed of
lent bell will be accepted as gos- The  cmt woll|d  not |,e  veiv  gre.lt>
hth and wlll probably be read in as  the  Calgary   team,  champions    of
Iin the east as lt  is written at Canada, would be a drawing card   in
Pn,i- ttl "ll is not always the case tiie 0ld country.   To this some objec-
aterial sent, out  by  local  cor- t[on W0l,i(] be maje t))al suc|, u team
indents. would stand no show against the big
raising the    lacrosse    situation t.lllbs  in  t|ie 0i,i  country.    But  such
.',<- News    yeslerday    afternoon, ���  team  coulti defeat  the strong ama,
thal  be had the high- tel,r teams and would make some of
(Sgd.)
C. E. A. BEECH.
nlon of Westminster and    the the other teams go some.   It would he
blaster lacrosse team. He point- a  gleilt publicity  feature  and  should
I that this city followed Ihe pi in- lje arranged very easily,
lfhich lie had always advocated      The question will he taken up s ri-
!��� ���        the   training   of   home oliKiy aa B00n us the llillhuist team
the development of native retums on Saturday night and something will be done at an early date.
Oi   isionally   this  means  lean
Ifer I f i own, but it wins out ln
run.
���King the question of fair and
|.V Mr,  Lally  said  he  had    al-
i'��a  very  strict   while referee-
Good    Advice.
Editorially, the Ottawa Journal has
the following to say  to that  Strang >r | he  had  done
ftatese    matches.     He    abhors  to fair play, the Montreal Star:
..'���'ay and foul checking and
' enjoy watching a game un-
- ; hived fair. When a player
longer play fair it is time for
quit the game, declared    the
man.
��� connection he made a refer-
lacrosse as It  Is  played    in
.  where  the  spirit  of  spoils-
is on a high plane. Mr. Lally
Apropos   of   the   trip   west   of
National   Lacrosse   club,   and   the
port that they will have a gymnasium
car. the Montreal Star remarks:
"This will probably give better results than taking a hand forw ir 1
smashing baggage or helping the express messen ;er handle freight. lt
may have heen the absence of such a
gymnasium car that was the undoln;.
Educational   Exposures. j
Every parent should read the circular entitled "Educational Exposures"
where it is shown, amongst other
things, that the educational department gave false information to Dr.
Offerhans, to Mr. A. L. Coote. and to
a member of the legislature. That
the fifteen bronze medals, which His
Excellency Earl Grey so kindly donates each year for rewards of me: it
have, to all appearances ln some
cases been distributed by the department as political favors. That the department condemned and punished
Anton Henderson as a cheat in drawing; but Judge Lampman decil-d that
his work fairly and
I honestly.    Then ask Premier McBride
thei why lie does not   punish   the   guilty
re- parties ?   J. N. MUIR.
E
hour
we******** iM*t-.*um.t��t**-'*tf*-m*   ***><>m
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.
IRS
IC A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
warm  corner In  his heart  for  of  the   Montreal   team���coupled   wit
certain little tricks with la^ros ,_
sticks know only to the Westminster
boys."
Better not talk about the tricks of
the Westminster bovs. In the last,
match between the Montrealers und
Nationals, eighteen men were ruled
off the field for rough or foul play.
and some time ago sent a
Sni of hoys' sticks there in or-
i encourage the game. The 'jift
reatly   appreciated   by   the re-
i-!i he is an eastern man, Mr.
1 es  not  approve of the  ever-
If holler set up against western
Whether    the    challengers
lose, it is a  foregone conclu-
that the east will believe it was
cold deal  ln  the  matter    of
(���ays he.
following are his gui ling rules
es:     The  spirit of  fairness
| Influence every decision.    Abso-
tio attention  must be paid    to
|Pr.e In the grandstand, bleachers
sing room, the referee's duties
o watch the game, and us long
an leave the Held satisfied that
done  his  duty  nothing    else
���    Never try to even up mstt-
'i, ,me team has two or three
'���n   the   fence   by   penalizing
side  on  the  slightest  pre-
No Preliminary.
There will be no preliminary intermediate lacrosse match between the
Reginas and the West Enders previous to the big game today, the latter
finding it impossible to get their team
together.
Another Baseball Fiasco.
Because they started too late, the
Alerts and the Maple Leafs were unable to finish a schedule game yesterday evening, play being stopped In
the flrst of the fifth, when the Alerts
were leading by three runs to one. lt
is doubtful if any more evening games
will he started this season.
NEW JEWELLERY STORE
S. E. EDWARDS
Beys to announce that owing to the 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.
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bad cost him by that time be was almost in despair. More than .till),000
had been spent, nnd he was on the
verge of ruin. Those nearest, and
dearest to lilm implored him to give
it up, but, like the gambler, he felt
that he could not stop until be bad
won it back. Some day be must succeed in finding the ideal type, and he
did at last when he had in hand his
monoplane No. XI., with which be
achieved bis cross channel flight.
Thus, beginning in 1900, he spent
three years studying the rudimentary
gliders, three years more were devoted to biplanes, an.l finally, in 1909,
after a third period of three years, his
successful monoplane was produced.
NOTICE     REGULATING     VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All persons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the left hand side
of the car track while proceeding in
either direction.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall, August 12. 1910.
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$200,000 WORTH OF FUR
FROM THE MACKENZIE
SATURDAY.  SEPTE���0
S^aaa , " ", 19:0,
0VERL00^^
hJ
Ed  Nngle's Estimate of Year's   Catch
In   District���Beaver   nnd   Silver
Fox   Are   Scarce.
marten hns boon better than thai of
preceding yearB, bul foxes and beavers have been scarcer than usual."
said Mi. Nagle. "Silver foxes bave
been very scarce. We only Buccei led
in getting fifteen Bklns, whereas In
former years we have purchased as
many as one hundred and fifteen from
th<> Indians In one winter,
"The rainfall in the Mackenzie dis-  England, lefl  b<
trlcl has been very heavy, as a resull  a small man,,  ,
Richard Croker Forgets L
of Few Hundred Dol,ar
'N"w y��rk- Sept,
er. the former ���
leng since cl
���"<���'"���<��� trom  :.������..   ���   ,       .      A
In   ��
Edmonton, Sept, 16.���"Almost $200
000 worth of fur was taken oul of the]
Mackenzie distrlcl alone lasl winter,"
said Edward Nagle, of the Arm of Hi3-
lop nnd Nagle, fur traders, who returned from the far north seine days
ago.
On the 22nd of Inst  April  Mr,  Nagle left  Edmonton for Lhe Arctic Red
' river, which  is two hundred and  flfty
J mill-,  inside the  Arctic  circle,    The
purpose of the trip was to bring the
I fur wliich had  been collects I al   'hi'
differenl   trading   ports   belonging   to
! the linn, to Edmonton.
"This year the catch ta mink and
_
er is fully   twenty appearB ,  ,
was In the previ   name Is Includi
Ipositors of a  i ���
'Vegetables   anl   garden   produce have bo much "'"'K ��.|
 ��� ���    ��� *���*���** i i n     a, j i, 11 [    11 j; 11 I t
the  Mackenzie river Is fully   twenty appears to have , l
feel  higher than i,  was In the prevl ,���',,.,, ,���'', '       ���
1   ' " I.:.1.-.-.-'!.::..,"���-"   ���'
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iwn   in   the   Mackenzie  districi   as  memoriei   th if   i
.lew,,   ,���   ,,,,���   .,,,,,-iu-n/.ie  insiiiei   as  memories  thai 1
far north as Fori Good Hope were In  .ash  lying  unci '  '"'' *W
line condition, and th.' potatoes were sine,. L899 and I '   ,"'*' ^:t|
further   advanced   than   these   grown,the trouble of advertising nf imT
���������:.}
an.mid  Fori  Smith, which is quite a ] undei' the re
' ban i
distance  smith   of   the   Mackenzie  dis-1 inn' laws'.   'Vl!.' '    IM
trlct."                                                       of  Mr, Crokei   I '    -
rhe party  with  the  winter's etch'list.   The chanc I
of fur belonging to Hlslop and Nagle this mone: i >o ' " *_}
have  already   left   Ai Ir, basca   Landing  the   resl   ol    M ""Swill
and are expected in Edmonton today  soon alter the f
or tomorrow.    Mr.  Hlslop, who went  ed one ol the soi ��"
ninth ear lylaal  spring, is at  present   manv chieftain n<
at   Fori   Resolution   and   will   remain  he would al oi I
there for the winter.                             fa r mnl I
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cteiy
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The Kev. C. Croucher, of Yale, was
a visi cr In I own lasl w< ek.
���       a       a
Mrs. Hamilton L. Tovey spenl tlie
week ind with Mrs. (.;. P. Brymner.
a    *    a
Mrs. Allan Mercer camq In from Co-
ciui lam tc si end a few days With Mrs.
Eastman during the week.
a.       '.���       a
Miss Marion Martin has been the
guest of Mrs. Andrew .lackes at Vancouver during the week.
��� *     -
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ramsay, nf
Vancouver, who has returned from
their honeymoon trip to Portland.
were week enl guests of Mr. and Mrs.
ll. J. A. Burnett.
��� ���   ���
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Travers. of
Casi r, Alherta. spent Sunday witli
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. a. Burnett,
* * ��
Mis. Howard Dixon and little
daughter, of Phoenix, are in town
nsuing Mrs. Dixon's aunt. Mrs. Hugh
Goi t'. m, I
��� *    *
I
Mrs. Keary and Mrs. Hodges, Vancouver, and Mrs. James Plnkham, of
Calgary,    were    guests    of    Mrs.    A.
Harold Cordon during the week.
��    *    ���
Mr. and Mrs. E. St. Albans, of Vancouver, were'in town Friday.
���" ��    *
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Coulthard, Mrs.
.1. E. Gaynor and Mr. ArUiur Malins
vein over to Vancouver on Wednesday for the Allan-Stevens wedding.
��� ���    *
Mr. A. G. MeKenny and Mr. \V. E.
Drake paid a business visit to the city
from Vancouver on Thursday.
��� ���    *
Mrs. Weddell and Miss Ethel Blom-
fiel 1. of Kelowna, and Mrs. George
Seymour, of Vancouver, were guests
���of Mrs. C. E. Seymour on Tuesday.
��� ���    ���
Mrs. J. Stilwell Clute went up to
Kamloops during the week to attend
the formal opening of the sanatarium
at Tranquille on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Clute was the delegate
ft< 'i the local Anti-Tuberculosis
society.
I    a,    a
Miss Beryl Briggs left on Friday to
.si end the winter in Revelstoke, the
guest of her brother, Mr. W. J. Briggs.
Mt. A. E. Rand leaves on Saturday
on a three months trip to Europe.
���    ���
Mrs. Cornwall and Mr. J. Cornwall,
accountant of the Bank of Montreal!
are si ending a vacation at Kamloops!
Mr.   IL  Nevile  Smith  went up the
line cn a husiness visit on Monda,-.
��    ���    ���
The Rev. Canon Perkins, of Westminster Abbey, was a guest at the
.See house during the week.
��� ���    ���
Mr. Dudley Ritchie, of Vancouver,
spent Thursday in town Visiting
friends.
��� r      ��
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Schell and
Mr. Douglas Schell, of Woodstock,
Ont., who are visiting at the coast,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. R.
Pearson during the week, before leaving for their home in the east via the
'Crow's Nest.
��� ���    ���
Mr. Sidney Smith, of the Bank of
Montreal staff, is spending his iioli-
ktlays at  Merritt.
Chad .vick.   rector  of  St.   Paul's.    The
bride,   Who   was   given   away   by   her
brother,   Mr.   A lair  Stevens,   wore  'a
lovely     I'i incess     gown     of     ivory
Duchi sse satin, v ith veil and orange
blossoms,    she carried a  bouquel  of
Maie dial Nell roses.   The bridesmaid
MIls   Dorothy   W'e!,ster.  was  gowned
in pink silk eollenne with black    velvet   hat   and   her   flowers   were   pink,
roses.    Little  Maxine O'Lau. hlin. the
flo,ver  girl,  was in  dainty   while  and
she carried  a  basket  of    pink    sweet I
peas. Mr. Douglas Tuck supported the
groom  and   Mr. Gavin  Davis and  Mr.
Allied Bull were the ushers.    At    the
conclusion of the service a reception
was held at  the home of Mrs. George
-Webster.    The house was beautifully
decorate 1 for the occasion and   at the
table  lovely    with    pink    and    white
hydrangea Mrs. Miles P. Cotton pour-
el tea.   Later Mr. and Mrs. Allen left
for a  honeymoon trip to. Halifax,  the
old  home  of  llie    groom,    the    bride
travelling In a brown roat and skirt
with hat en  suite and mink furs.    On
their  return  they will  reside at  T:T
Sixth avenue.
��� *   *
His Lordship Bishop de Pencier and
Mrs. de Pencier were at home on
Monday afternoon of this weak, when
a great number of New Westminster
people called at the See house. Bishop
and Mrs. de Pencier received in the
drawing room, which was artistically
decorated with autumn flowers, where
an orchestra was in attendance. In
the dining room at a table very daintily decorated with bright colored
sweet peas. Mrs. Gordon E. Corbould
and Mrs. Henry A. Eastman poured
tea an 1 coffee. They were assisted in
serving by Mrs. Allan Mercer, of Coquitlam, Miss Eastman. Miss Grace
Eastman, Miss Corbould, 'Miss Claire
Corboul 1 and Miss Marjorie Larmier.
Mrs. J. H. McGill, of Vancouver, served the ices.
��� ���    ���
An event eagerly looked forward to
is the reading of Henrlk Ibsen's "The
Doll's House" by Mme. Harriet Labadie ln the local opera house on Friday evening, September 23. The entertainment is to be given under the
auspices of the Woman's Educational
cluh, in connection with the Columbian college.
��� ���
A fashionable wedding of Interest to
many in New Westminster recently
took place in Ottawa when Miss Florence Hazel Macintosh, fifth daughter
of the Hon. Charles Macintosh, was
married to Mr. Arthur Guise, late
comptroller of the vice-regal household.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Huntling, Mrs
D. P. Marpole, Mr. C. M. Marpore and
Mr. C. E Merrltt, of Vancouver, were
in town on Wednesday.
��� ��    ���
Mrs. W. N. Carty received for the
first time sine her marriage on
Thursday afternoon at her home on
Third avenue. Mrs,. Carty was assisted in receiving by her mother, Mrs.
Pilling, of Vancouver. The drawing
rooms were brightened with palest
colored asters and red carnations,
while in the dining room, the tea table
was most artistic with pink carnations and asparagus fern. Mrs. Wil-
'lam Orr, sister-in-law of Mrs. Carty,
and Mrs. King, of Vancouver, poured
���r... t���,i .pIpjTti* them were Mrs. J. A.
Grieve and Miss Stella Pilling, of
Vancouver. Tlle two little King children, of Vancouver, in dainty white,
opened the door to the guests.
��� ���   *
Mr. Richard Marpole and Mr. Osier
motored over from Vancouver on
Thursday.
marred by the overwork necessitated
by heedless shoppers who delay their
purchasing is to be rigorously adhered
to. In regard to Christmas shopping
it. might be well fur New Westminster
people'to follow thi! policy anl example    of    the    University   Women's
chili and do their buying early.
*    *    *
Mrs. T. II. McCormack and family,
of Toronto, arrived in town on Saturday.
��       ip       *
Mr. E. J. Hosker anl Mr. It. 11.
Colin tt came dawn from Kamloops on
Saturday.
They're Always Going  To :--
JiG
OUTWITTING   UNDERTAKER.
Milan. Mo.. Sept. Hi.���George Bran-
den, who lives near here, believes lie
was cheated on two occasions when
he bought coffins from undertakers
for members of liis family, so he is
having a carpenter make him a casket for himself to order. Brandon
ran e bere yesterdaj. climbed into tlie
coffin and expressed himself as satisfied with the lit of V. Although Brandon is now in perfect health he de
sires to run no chances of his estate
heing bilked in the purchase of a casket after lie is   lead.
pRIEND there is all you can wish for and mor
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Mr. J. E. Brown, of Nelson, is   the Mrs.   F.   R.   Glover,   of   Armstrong,
Ktiest. of his parents, Warden and Mrs. wns in town on Wednesday    visiting
.J. C. Brown, at Sapperton. friends.
���    ���    *                             I ���    ���    ���
On   Wednesday,   September   14,    a At the meeting   of the   University
pretty autumn wedding took place in Women's club in Vancouver on Satur-
St.   Paul's  church,   Vancouver,   when day last the report trf the committee
Miss  Mlnota Zi'ta Stevens,    of    that on the question of   early   Christmas
���city, became the wife of Mr. John Ed- shopping  was    unanimously    adopted
ward Allen.   The oeremnnv wis    ����"������ and the policy of the club in advocat-
formed by fhe Bishop of New West- ing the rights of saleswomen, clerks
minster, assisted    by    the    uev. ..... and delivery  men  whose holiday    is
WHO WILL WIN
THE MINTO CUP
?
New Westminster you will say, well we don't think there is much doubt about it, anyway here is a chance for
you to 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 g   *
to each will be presented with a cash receipt having a value of $100 to be applied as a payment on anj
piano in our store.
No. 2.   To each person, up to the number of 50, sending in the nearest or correct estimate of the^ o
number of goals scored by both teams in the two games, a cash receipt, having the value of $7o, when ap.
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 neares
correct answer to the total dumber of goals scored by the Salmon Bellies in both games.
All answers must be in this store by Friday, September 23rd.
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Wc Are Saving You Our Agents Commission
We handle Pianos of real merit, of Canadian make.   The Dominion,  The Doherty,  The New
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 Westminster.
1 on or before September 23rd, 1910.
NAME
STREET
������-*m  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 pei
J. H. Todd's Music House
COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER. p^^^pp
jRDAY.  SEPTEMBER   17,   1910.^
UNDRY WORK
donebyusgives the ut-
Lsatisfaction. Ourequip-
"t is modern. The Latest
ention in a collar and cufJ
achine has been installed.
Economic,  Prompt.
Site labor only employed
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE   SEVK.N.
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New
ington
OTICE      REGULATING      VEHICLE
RAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All
persona using Columbia Btreet
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the left hand side
"I Hie car track while proceeding in
either direction.
DANISH NOBLEMAN      ;
WORKS if CANADA
City Hall,
By order,
.1. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
August 12. 1910.
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. o. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of
Sixth.
The
loyal City Laundry
Phone 183
[anadi
you want to increase
business 7   Then see
A UN D E R
FOR
I G
MMJMKua. ma: ���������
S
<  of  ever
iss sl. us
description,
s] ei laity.
703 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
ian Pacific
RaUway^
Chilliwack
[Agricultural
Exhibition
(ckets on Sale Sept. 19 to 21
Iclusive, good to return up
|o and includes Sept. 24.    I Cedar.f Fjr and Hem,ock
RE AND ONE THIRD Firstclas5 Air Dried stock
FOR ROUND TRIP  ���
  If vou want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your wants, our price
will suit
Royal Bank of Canada
C.pit.il   Paid   Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
Heir to Great Estate is Mak-
ins. Bricks Somewhere in
i
,    This Country.
The Hank lias Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, N'ew York
ami   London,  Kngland.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L.  M.  RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
eai
Copenhagen, Sept.. lfi.���Great inte:-'
bas been ai luted in Denmark by
the    announcement���through    prlvat !
letters   received    from   Canada���that'
tbe heir to a magnificent  Danish estate is plying the bumble occupation
of a brickyard'hand In the Dominion.
I ills name is Kuno van Holsteln-Rath-
��� lon, and the si ten-did  fan i'y estates
.are nt Ratfclonsadl In Jutland,
i * inheriting    an     adventurous    and
sporting  disposition  from  his  father.
SHIPLAP
ED. GOULET,
Manager.
.renins In all   lines at Fales', the
lable furniture dealer. **
mick delivery of all house furnish-
bought   at   Kales'.    Our  stock   is
tt'lete, the prices the lowest.    **   I
B. C. Manufacturing Co.
Phone 173    Lulu Island
Contemplating
A Trip
To Europe ?
If so, you wi 1 want the very be.:.t
that can be offered for your money,
and it does not matter what class of
cabin Is desired.
THE ROYAL LINE
will fill your wants. First, Second and
Third Cabin accommodation is unexcelled whilst the Dining Service leaves
nothing tri be desired.
The Next Sailings are
Royal George Sept. 29
Royal Edward  Oct. 13
Royal  George    Oct. 27
Royal  Edward    Nov. 10
E .Goulet. agent C. P. R., will book
your passage via these steamers, or
write Wm. Stapleton, general agent.
Scott block, Winnipeg, Man.
yotint; Kuno lasl year started out with;
some  kindred  spiiits for  India in  a
small  s'.;i;>  but  t'..e  partnership on'y :
lasteJ  as  far  as   Spain,  where   the
party  broke up.    Nothing  more v,a-|
heard of the  high-spirited  nob'eman
till a tew weeks ago two Danes happened along by the Canadian   b;l-k-j
works and  recognized  the young lab-!
orer ln spite of his grimy  face   and j
clothes.    From the letter?. Quoted li ire
Kuno Is "seeing life" In all it3 cnlors,
but   those   who   know   him    are    convinced  be  will   emerge   equipped   tn
take as prominent, a place in Denmark ���
as his father.
City Property
We lmve several lots on
Eighth avenue which must be
sold.   Call and see us at once.
Port Mann
In townsite, one-half acre lots
and blocks up to eighty acres.
We have the exclusive sale of
the very choicest buys In the
townsite. Prices from $600 to
$20C0 per acre.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Loca
New   Westminster,
Manager.
B.   C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Co;st    Fire
In
|   MARKET
{REPORT
n
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The D.C. P;rmansnt Loan Co.
NOTICE
Montelius Piano House
Faad Office and Store, Vancouver
Branch Stores, Victoria and New Westminster
The Largest and Best Piano House in the West
The Twentieth Annual
EXHIBITION
sVu K5H t,ie'District of surrey A3ri=u,tura,!^yt,sti!r,w.rs^c
xes of this Itind ' Association will be   held    at    Surrey j s'rictions contained in sect
Centre,
Tuesday, Sept. 27
'Our Motto, " WE LEAD," Others Follow
V\7E are in the Piano Game to win. Don't Wait to
vy 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
bsyond Central Park.
Re Terms: We will make them to suit your convenience.
Everybody welcome whether they wish lo 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.
Montelius Piano House
T. H. ROSS, Manager
Old Guichon Hotel Block       New Westminster, B.C.
Fruit siill seeirrs to he the principal
attraction at the market. There ave j
all kinds of pears, apples and plums.
being brought in and for the most]
part they are meeting with a ready
sale. The fruit in many cases is,
poorly packed and that accounts for !
tlie weakirt>i.s in the demand.
There are so;V.e boxes of rears, in
which   some   of   the
dead ripe, whi'e the r
and green.    Mixed boxes
do not attract the buyer and the pro-1 Centre,
duoer is apt to find that after Ire has :
picked, packed and paid the express j
Ion liis fruit, he cannoj sell it.    If the
ripe  fruit  were  packed  separately   it
could be sold to immediate consumers i
an 1 if the bard small pears were put i
in separate boxes tbey could also be j
sell ^>r cook in -; and preserving, but '���
the  mixtures  are  passed  up  by    t'.ie
buyers.
Plums and prunes were brought in
in such lar. e quantities that tbe demand was easily satisfied and the
price beaten  down  low.
All the meats show >d practically no
change in prire. Veal, however, was
an exception to this. The demand
was weaker than for some time and
as a consequence tbe price showed a
tendency to go down. The condition
is somewhat unusual for tbis time of
year, but it may be only temporary.
There were good offerings of beef,
lamb and mutton and tho entire stock
was sold out before afternoon. There
was a fair supply, and,good demand
for pork.
All kinds of ponltry found ready
buyers and were 'brought in in fair
quantities. For dnrks in good condition there was an especially good demand.
There was a fair supply and good
demand   for   potatoes   which   show  a \
slight tendency to decline In price as
the season advances.
At the stalls there was a good supply of fresh fish of till kinds and in
the florists' boofhsyflrere was a fine
display of cut and  pot flowers.
Altogether the market was well up
to the average. Many of the regular
attendants were unable to be present
on account of having to stay at home
for fear of danger ffrom 'forest fires.
b��t f'ere was a good attendance notwithstanding.
Official Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, per lh. &_ to !l%c
Beef, forequarters. per lb 7 to Sc
Lamb, per lb L.I.V, V.Ue
Mutton, per lb 12c
Veal, larre, per Tb 8 to ��c
Veal, medium, per ftj .11 to 12c
Pork, prime, per lb \2\<*, to 13c
Eggs, wholesale, pet  doz 40c
Eggs, retail, rer doz 45^
Rutter, wholesale, per lb 'Mtc
Rutter,  retail   ]>er lb 3Ro
Fowl, per do.., live   ?!> to $11
Chickens, per dom. live .5.M1 to $8
Broilers, per doz *������' to $r>
Ducks, per <'oz  *fl to 1*11
Potatoes, new. per ton $18 t�� $20
Onions,  per  sack    $l.r>0
Turnl'is, per sack  ",50c
'Carrots, per sack ~r-e
"Reefs, per sack ."15c
"Parsnips, per s^ck  75c
fl-pples. wholesale, per Tiox . .70 to W)c
"Plums, wholesale, per crate 3ft to 40c
Prunes, per crate  *tf> to 4fte
Fenrs, wholesale, per tiox  ..50 to fiOej
Cucumbers, per doz 30c j
Sreeial car B.  C. E.  It.  -.IV
a
^ront street at 9 a.m., retu- ning same
lay.
STEWART,
President.
H. BOSE,
Sec.-Trea
CORPORATION       OF       THE       DISTRICT     OF     BURNABY.
Bylaw    No.  83.
WHEREAS Fourtfc street, Buvnaby,
being   more   particularly   herein after
described, has been used as a traveled
road    tor   several   years   past;    AND
WHEREAS doubt, have ailaen whether the whole of the said   street   has
ever  been  actually dedicated  to   the '
public   and    lhe    possession    thereof
ested    i:i    tlie    municipality;    AND
WHEREAS is is advisable   to establish  and  oj en   the  said  street  under
the    provisions    of    the    "Municipal
Clauses Act."   THEREFORE the municipal  council  of  the  corporal inn of
the district of Burnaby   ENACTS   aa
follows:
1. The street known as Fourth
stieet Burnaby, and being particularly described as a strip of land forty-
nine an.l a half feet in width, lying
thirty-three (33) feet northeast and
sixteen and a half feet southwest of
the hereinafter described line, that ia
to say. commencing at the most easterly corner of lot twenty-eight (28),
.roup one. Xew Westminster district,
theme northwesterly along the line
dividing lots 28 and 27, gi mi\>
1, .New Westminster district,
for    a    distance    of    one    thousand
.nine hundred and thirty feet
more or less to its intersection wltb
.Seventh avenue in lot twenty-eight,
croup one, N'ew Westminster district.
ALSO a stii;> Of land sixty-six feet
wide lying thirty-three C13) feet on
each side of the heieinaiter described
center line that is to say commencing
at a point on the line dividing lot
twenty-eight (28), group one (li from
lot twenty-seven i-7>. group one ill.
distant one thousand nine hundred
and thirty feet north westerly ,iom
the most easterly corner of lot twen-
ty-ei.ht 128), group one ill, New
Westminster district .thence north
westerly along the line dividing lot
twenty-eight (28). group one it),
' from lot twenty-coven (27), group
one (1), for a distance of one thousand seven hundred and seventeen
' feet more or less to the most nortli-
lerly coiner of let twenty-eight (28),
group one (1), New Westminster dis-
' trict, shall be and is hereby established and orened as a public road and
highway,
2. For the purpose of definitely-
vesting possession of tbe 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-
or convenient
bject to the re-
ion 251 and
252 of the "Municipal Clauses Act."
3. This bylaw may be cited for all
purposes as the "Fourth street appropriation bylaw."
���1. Passed by t'.;e co'.mcil on the
23rd day of July, 1010.
RECONSIDERED and finally a.lopt-
i .. ed. signed by tbe reeve and clerk and
ieae sealed with'the corporate seat on the
   dav of   1910.
REEVE. C. M. C.
This is to certify that the above
bylaw is a true copy of cne which is
proposed to be reconsidered and finally passed on the 17th day of September  1910.    C. T. SAUNDERS. C.M.C.
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
Ti te'New Westminster City Specialists
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75 per bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR ..  ...$4.50 per Bbl-
McOuarrie & Co FL0UR AND FEEp merchants
FRONT STREET. New Wntmlnitif. T . lephone S3*.
*********
JOSEPH'S   COAT   FOR   KA1SER,
Berlin   Sept. lfi.���Emperor Vttlia-'i,
who probably Is tho most photographed man ln Europe, will soon anpear
on post cards ln Russian national cos- j
tume. j
He and the c/nr recently received |
from a coterie of Russian ladles two
beautifully worked silk blouses of the.)
kln.l which are made familiar by pictures of Tolstoi and Gorky. |
This shirt-like parment is universally worn among the Russian' working
classes ln place of European clothing.
Fastened at the, wait with a belt lt la
allowed to hang free half-way to the
knees, which are covered ln most Instances by long boots.
The emperor's   blouse contains   all
the colors of the rainbow, and   the
8 pictures are anxiously awaited.
  **���***������������******.****
Weekday Schedule
Cam ilea ve Westminster for Vancouver at 6:60. 6'20   ��-fin 7-*��
8:00 aad every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m. '   *
Care Heave Vancouver for Westminster at 6:60, ��-60   7 20 ��nn   <���
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.         '   ' **���
Ratnrm   Vm��-    AHtilf.    (-tin-   olilMiu,.   ...j~_   ...   mm ' **
Retain Fare:  Adults, 60c; children under 12   36o
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave  Westminster   for Vancouver  *t
a. m. and <every half hour thereafter until 11 p  m
Cars leawe Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a   ni    9 a
���very half fcour thereafter until 11:30 p. m. ''
Sunday Excursion Rates: Return fare. 60c; children   26e
Freight Schedule-Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
at 7:20 a. "^ 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m.   Freight cars 1��t ,Y*Z
couver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 6:20.
8   !.
m. and   JJ:
CITY   AND SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Une���20-mlnute service from 6:40 a.m to 11;20 nm
Sunday  Servlce-20-mlnute eervlce from 8 a.m. to U-��o'nm
Sapperton  Llne-20-mlnute aervjee from 6:10 a.m to 11-30 nm
Sunday Servlce-20-mlnute service from 8:10 a.ni. to li:30 pm
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
I
Shooting!
If you buy your Ammunition from us, you
will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
SEPte
MBEr
S?;\,-.v
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***�����* �������� *#**���***#**%**
ClTY NEWS j 9 Every Day Shows a Mark*
day evening.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me,
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMANS DEPENDABLE NON-
CDRLING 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 Jl 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.
There  will   be    a    meeting    of thc  on Wednesday.    For almost ten years
Burnaby hoard of trade next Wednes- the hue Mr. Cooper had been a regular attendant    al  the    city    market,
I where he and  his brother had a stall.
See Fales' furniture    stock   before  He was married about a year ago and
purchasing elsewhere. Agnes street. *  is survived by his wife an:l one young
'child.
Several of Ihe stores in tlie city
will he closed this afternoon during
tne hours ol tlie Minto Uup game.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers at
Tidy's store.   Phone 1S4. **
"Going Some," tlie comedy wliich
was presented at the opera house yeslerday evening, will be repeated tonight.
Girls wanted to learn millinery business. Apply at once Mrs. Moore, opposite post office. **
The marriage of Walter S. Hose
and Miss Ethel M. Bra:lley will bei
solemnized at St. Alban's church,
Burnaby, on Wednesday of nexl j
week. Alter the ceremony a reception will be held at Knights. Burnaby,
thc residence of Mr. and Mrs. P. B.
Hays-port will have a million and a Brown. ���:
half  dollar  cold  storage   to  be    completed early next year.   Particulars at I    Hays-port:   s a great future;
VV. J. Kerr & Co., Ltd, ""
ed Improvement
Store Service
The various departments are gradually becoming settled.    A few daj
r
ay    ii on    .���
*-   will  |,
ive
under
things running in ship shape fashion,  when shopping hy our cu. tomeis will no loi
difficulties,   We are pleased by tne many words of appreciation Bpoken  by  custom
'ten out
extensive Improvements.   We contemplate further Improvements later on, all wll    i ,
������;.'
this store foremost as ihe most reliable up-to-date, popular dry goods    establ ,���   .,
Watch our advertisements and show windows.
"8
f-   Cltv
i tlculars at VV. .1. Kerr & Co.,
.td
Mrs. G. 0. Mannering will receive
lor the flrsl time since her marriage
on Wednesday afternoon and evening,
at her i it i-i nee, 116 Fiftli avenue,
For    carnations,    sweet    peas    ami
dahlias,    plione    Davies
It   L'U.S.
jic-eunouae,
**
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
<^IVE   US     A     TRIAL
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
'Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in the
Deane Block
Four doors east of the Bank of
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City Market
on
Columbia St.. No. 441.
Nev        -tminster, B. C.
Ernest Foley, of Indianapolis, is
visiting his parents, who recently arrived from I lie east and have taken
up their residence on the Scott load.
Hays-port lots sell for .100 up per
lot, on easy terms. ?)<> cash and .0
per month. Particulars VV. .1. Kerr (t
Co.. Ltd. **
E. Oswald, ef North Dakota, left fo:'
Seattle yesterday afternoon after
visiting llis mother, Mrs. Oswald, of
Surrey, who has been seriously ill.
Seat sale for "Going Some" now:
open at Tidy's. **
Rev. E. G. Thompson, of Knox Pres-'
byterian church, will pi each tomorrow |
morning on "Life's Stepping Stones" j
and in the evening on "A Christian j
Church and the Outsider."
Hays-port  has the G. T .P. H. run- j
ning through it   and    a large    wharf
nearly completed; also telegraph line. 1
Particulars    at  W .J.    Kerr    &    Co.,}
Ltd. **
Port Mann.   We have exclusive list-,
ings in the    most    favored    corners; j
blocks  of  every  size,  from   %2tut  up; i
easy terms.    Held, Curtis tc Dorgan,
701) Columbia street.   Phonr> 466,     *-
G. W. N, Boulton, of this city, who
showed his greyhound "Hobs" at the
Toronto exhibition last week, has re- j
ceived word that he was awarded first
ptize in the greyhound'class.
Hays-port  command  the  very    best!
as a fishing centre and will be a second   Grimsby.     Particulars   at   W.   J.
Kerr 6c Co.. Ltd. **
The current issue of the B. C. Gazette contains notice of a sale of lands
for taxes in the court house here at
11 a.m. on October ll'. The lands are
all in the Xew Westminster district.
Davies greenhouse is the place to
iei bouquets, floral designs and all
cinds of cut flowers.   Phone R liOS. **
Mrs. McCormack. wife of T. H. Mc-
Cormack, of the People's Trust company, arrived from Toronto yesterday
evening. Mr. and Mrs. McCormack
are at present staying at the Russell
hotel.
\V. E. Fales carries the hest selected stock of household furniture in -tne
?ity and prices defy competition. **
Harry Burr, of the Delta, who intends to establish a nursery on his
farm, has recently been forwarding
bouquets of cut flowers to a number
of Westminster residents, as samples
af what his land can produce.
Irons beds and bedding, the largest
ange  of designs and  pi ices.    W.  E.
fales. **
Arrangements have been made at
the Royal cafe for the handling of big
crowds toda.-, extra tables having
been secured. The waiting staff has
been nearly doubled and provision has
been made for the serving of 125
gupsts at one sitting.
The bush and forest fires ln Surrey
ire gradually dying down, according
10 A. W. McLeod, the Insurance
agent, who was out through the dlsti let yesterday adjusting losses. On
the Scott an 1 McLennan roads a large
number of tines have fallen across
the roadway, but-these have all been
cleared away by^now. A feature of
the fires ls the number of green trees
that were destroyed.
The funeral took place at Silverdale
yesterday of Frank R. Cooper, one of
the firm of Cooper brothers. Mr.
Cooper had been 111 for more than a
���>ear and wns r��cently taken to the
hospital In Vancouver where he died
1 a boy named Mllllken, about fifteen
j ears old. appealed ln the pollce
COUrl yesterday on a charge of ;i>
Sault. He mei a lady on the street,
threw sand al her and I.n eki I Ofl hei
bai. ile Was found guilty of lhe
charge, but released on suspended
sentence.
I Cultus Dan, an Indian, appeared in
the police court yesterday on a charge
of being drunk, On Information supplied by the prisoner .lack Nelson, a
I halfbreed. was arrested last night on
a charge of supplying liquor t:i ln-
ili Mi-;. Thej will bot ll CO ee lip b !l -1
Magistrate Edmonds this morning.
Special sermons and music will be
given at Si. Andrews Presbyterian
church tomorrow in celebration of the
'ptp-hth ven- of the pastorate of lie..
J. S. Henderson.   On Monday evening
��� a social gathering wlll  take place in
The Public
Supply Stores
REYNIER KID GLOVES
Complete stock now ready, W'e nave received th< complete I
stock in all styles of these well known gloves. Every pair jruai in
teed, When yon are buying gkvea is it nol worth something 1 1 he
Bure the; are absolutely rellalle. Vou can rely upon everj pair oi
"Reynier Gloves." Bhown in ihades of tan, brown, grey, nuvy, green,
cardinal and black and white; all si/es. .",���-, 1.. ::L.. Per pair $1.25
to $1.75
30 Dozen Embroidered Linen
Collars For 25c Each
A new shipment just to hand contains special values i'i nice II
collars.   We expert a speedy sale of the entire lot.    Thej    aie   all
nicely workei 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 Gf
ALL OVER
LACES
Indici Uot .
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tucked   i
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Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and th-'ir prices
are net astonishing. Don't hesitate to examine as closely as
you wish, lf you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give tis
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. They
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
OUR OPENING DISPLA Y
OF NEW FALL HATS
revealed the most authoritative styles.   The novelties and the mow staid everj ,  ereli
abundance.   The many favorable comments passed upon our Initial display leads us ��� elievi tbat oar
hats are just a little riiffeient to those seen elsewhere     \ large stock of trimi ��� n,W i
befoie our customers,  while hundreds of new shapes are on hand     wl I ifa cai ill ��� -'
Btyle and the same trimmed to your Individual taste.   Trimmings of even   d<
choice in  choosing somethirg to match your new dress or costUEft     Leave   your  ordei   wih and fff
will see to the rest to your entire satisfaction.
1
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
the lecture room, when an interesting
and entertaining time  ls promised.
William G. Armstrong, former principal of the-vocal department of the
Pittsburg Conservatory of Music, Is at
present visiting ln H. C, and has kindly promised to give a solo at the service In Queens avenue Methodist
church tomorrow evening. Mr. Armstrong is the possessor of a brilliant
and warm baritone voice of unusually
high range.
New Arrivals
I   In Girls' and Misses' Drestes it-
All Sizes and Prices
Mme. H. LABADIE
Will  Present
"THE   DOLL'S   HOUSE,"
By Ibsen.
Opera  House,  Sept. 23, 8:15  p.m.
A. J. BIRTCH
The White House 617 Columbia Street
POUNDKEEPER'S   NOTICE.
************************** **************************
Some Special Snaps
*    THE8E  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
is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.   Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
In pound one    large    black    horse.
aged, white star on forehead, shod all
round.   If not claimed by noon, uist.
will be sold two o'clock same day.
R. H. BATT,
Poundkeeper.
New Wes: minster, Sept. 18, 1010.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
has great demand for thoroughly competent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session.
A. L. BOUCK,
610 Columbia St. Principal.
5^ If you wantEsomething'Choice; Jfor Sundayjl
Dinner, ring"up|Phone 101 and order a nice roast o 1
Spring^Lamb, Veal.JSpring Chicken or anything*!
that is good in the meat line. 1 You can sure get it a
P. BURNS' MARKET|
COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE IN THE NEW5
IT WILL BRING RESULTS,

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