BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Daily News Sep 7, 1910

Item Metadata

Download

Media
nwdn-1.0317322.pdf
Metadata
JSON: nwdn-1.0317322.json
JSON-LD: nwdn-1.0317322-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): nwdn-1.0317322-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: nwdn-1.0317322-rdf.json
Turtle: nwdn-1.0317322-turtle.txt
N-Triples: nwdn-1.0317322-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: nwdn-1.0317322-source.json
Full Text
nwdn-1.0317322-fulltext.txt
Citation
nwdn-1.0317322.ris

Full Text

 JLW1* .J"Ulk*lAJUJllJ m
PBV-^��ffT.JLBl.   .IP
^^^PWfW
port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
4>  :_1
Standard /flake  $5   Per   Mont.
WH5TE*SHEL��$ & CO. I
NEW WESTMINSTER.   "   0 J
9io7
>/
'i
/OU'Ml
5  NUMBER ISI
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7. 1910.
-^������yj 7_\    f        -^ .'
gj SHIP BUILDER
PAYS VISIF TO CITY
&eo. R. Hunter, of England,
is Shown Around Royal
City by Mayor Lee.
yesterday the city
imr a short time .
i n distinguished   visitor    In
fen of George B. Hunt*-, bead
'C of the greatest ship building
JL�� in England. He has just been
T ��� ti.e province with the G. T. P.
"SSLud came over yesterday at
limitation of Mayor Lee to have a
K1 at the Royal City. With blm
-C Lloyd's agent from Vancouver
"George Doughty, who has been
tth the G T. P. pa'ty on tbe coast.
P;,,, have come, but at the last
Cent he found it impossible.
HBv���r Lee took the visitors by au-
(.mobile to Steveston, where they had
Tew of tlie river tind then they re-
���mned to this city. About three
Iciwk they went back to Vancouver
litli the mayor.
Mr Hunter, than whom none Is bet-
J Qualified to speak of harbors an.l
livers  was amazed at  the immensity
GARFIELD DELIVERS     iM W0I)LD R��� H*VE
IMPORTANT SPEECH    mm m ��� m
U. S. Secretary of the Interior Deals With Conservation Problems.
St. Paul, Sept. fi.���The following ia
an abstract of the speech of Jamas R.
Garfield, secretary of the interior, at
the conservation congress lioie tins
afternoon:
"There
Man Who    Sto'e    Money    and Watch
While Under Influence of Liquor
Gets Three Year Sentence.
ln the police court yesterday William Moir pleaded guilty to stealing
a watch and some money from John
McGlour. lie had beeti in the bands
of the police before, once or twice for
vagrancy and a couple of times for
theft,   uui tho  magistrate sentenced
me two reasons why    the|hlm to three years ln the penitentiary,
government    is directly    and'    Moir promised that lf he was let off
^^^^^^^^^^lin    the    practical i be would
questions of conservation
federal
deeply concerned
First���It is the most extensive
land holder.
"Second���It has kie-a duties to perform in the interest of all people.
"The value of the public domain
cannot be measured by the area; its
value depends upon tbe character of
its use, as well as its resources.
"Under our former system of disposing of public lands by both nation
and state, we bave permitted individuals and corporations to acquire
great portions of our natural ie-
sources.    We have given away special
take the Keeley cure and
try to reform. He stated that all that
he had ever done wrong had been
while he was under tbe influence of
liquor and he asked for one more
chance, ln the magistrate's opinion
three years in custody ought to be
as efficient as the Keeley cure and so
Moir was sent down
J. W
EXKIBI1I0N ENTRIES
KEEP OFFICIALS BUSY
Brethour, the contractor who
Is making the improvements to T. H.
Smith A.- Co.'s store, was fined $5 and
costs for obstructing the street with
bulky evidences of the alterations to
the store.
,,���.. _    ^^^       ^^^^^ William  Ranger  was fined  $1">  and
6 the Fraser and the wonderful pos-  privileges  of  great  value and    made' costs
Littles   for development    here.    Af  giants of  tremendous  industrial   pow       	
iwn'plant on the Tvne there is al-! er.    The   use  of  these  special  privi- 0n Saturday night and Ranger hit his
nut nine miles of waterfrontage and j leges and the exercises of these pow-'em '
,'��u Hlfl company built the Princess jeis have given rise to serious political!
Jwnria and will probably build some and  industrial  questions,  which    are
li    f r the G   T. P. not Parts of the conservation problem., ���   ���
n    I'r -cent Was a'lso surprised at      "One of the great objects for which Tranquille Tuberculosis Hospital  Will
b extent and  nature  of  the  harbor  powers  granted  to  the  nation are  toi Be Ready by Sept. 14.
10    He stated that It was one of be exercised is to promote the generalI   victoria.    Sept.    6.-rArrangements
% est he had ever seen anywhere. I welfare.    The framers of the constltu- |are going forward rapidly for tbe for-
n L natural advantages to make a'tlon  did not  make tbe mistake of de-jmal opening of the new Institution fo;-    Di-v -	
i    freshwater port were here and   fining the general  welfare, but left  to the care and treatment of tuberculosis  last   year,  from  the  rabbit   displaj
'Teate ' ������ ������  each  generation  tbe  interpretation  of  patients   at   Tranquille  on   September |the poultry show.
that expression, in accordance with 14, and tlie directors of the associative spirit of genius of the age. That tion are extending a general invita-
whlch formerly provided for the pub- tlon to the public to attend and In-
llc welfare may soon become become spect this much-needed sanitarium
wholly inadequate. Visitors to Tranquil!
The  supreme  court     has    decided  will   be   treated   t<
,      for assaulting  W.   X.   Drape
1 There   was some  dispute over  wages
1 Saturd
aployer.
SANITARIUM SOON TO OPEN.
The   Provincial   Fair  This   Year   Will
Be Crowded with Exhibits from
Far and Near.
Although It is still a month till exhibition time, the office of the secretary these days Is the busiest place
in town. The mail received is enormous and the office is generally full of
people making Inquiries ahout exhibits and space ln one or another of
the buildings. ,
Yesterday Manager Keary received
word that Edmonton and strathcona
would send an exhibit this year. Last
year the two Albertan cities sent a
large display of grains, grasses and
vegetables, but this year tbey will attempt an exhibit on a much larger
scale.
A. 0. Hrown & Co.. of Vancouver,
will have a display of tbe most modern type of milking machines, wliich
will be seen put to practical test on
the grounds.
The exl iltit of Indian frown produce will be much better this year than
last. The crop is much better and
the Indians are taking more luteiest
in the exhibition. Last year Hon.
Frank Oliver, minister of the interior,
was greatly please 1 with the display
made by tbe Indians and this year he
would be even more pleased wer" be
privileged to see what the Indians
will undoubtedly have to show.
As with the Indian section, so It Is
all through Ihe exhibition. Everything
will be bigger and better than it  wns
to
EARLY PIONEERS
WILL COME 10 FAIR
Fourteen Old Timers Whose
Ages Total 1114 Years
Visited by W. H.  Keary
While Manager \V. II. Keary, of the
provincial exhibition, was on his trip
through the Lillooet district, from
which he has Just returned, he had
the pleasurable experience of meeting
and talking to no less than fourteen
of the earliest pioneers of the province, all living within a district of not
more than one hundred miles in
radius.
Every one of them came to this
country around the Horn to Victoria
passed the site of the city of New
Westminster on the Fraser and wenl
on up to the gold fields. They have
been there ever since, but they long
ago abandoned panning the uncertain
sand for tbe less romantic, but more
productive life of making a living out
of the soil.
Many of them married; in fact till
hut two have reared families and now
they are without exception prosperous. They range In age from seventy,
four to eighty-nine years, but are all
hearty   and   many
CANADA'S Wn ft IS
LESS THAN   ST YEAR
New York Exchange Figures
Show Decrease in Supply
of 657,000 Bushels.
New York, Sept. fi���The visible supply of grain in tlie l'nited Plates and
Canada on Saturday, September 3, as
compile 1 by tbe New York Exchange,
was as follows:
Wheat, 2(^452,000 bushels; increase
1,464.000 bushels.
Corn,    2.750,001)    bushels,
haa.1100 bushels.
OatB, 16,260.000    bushels,
709,000 bushels.
Rye, 172,0(10 bushels, decrease 60,-
000 bushels.
Barley, 928,000 bushels, increase
412.000 bushels.
The visible supply of wheat in Canada last Saturday was 1,904,000 bushels, a decrease of 667,000 bushels.
increase
ine: ease
LABOR  BATTLE  CONTINUES.
Iehud no doubt that It would one day
eone of the greatest shipping cities |
D ��� , pacific coast.
Post Seeks to Prevent Buck Stove and.
Range Agreement.
St. Louis, Sept. ti.���C. W. Post, of
Battle Creek. Mich, filed suit today in
tlie l'nited States circuit court for the
eastern district of Missouri against
ncttiL. aim iimn.. of them informed itlie American Federation of Labor and
Mr. Keary that they would be here to the Buck Stove & Range company, of
I see tlm exhibition next montli. The St. Louis, to restrain the officers of
I old men are all in love with the coun- the latter from carrying out an al-
: try which they adopted so long ago leged tentative agreement with -ti.e
land none of them ever express a Wish officers of the former to make the St.
Ito return to Kngland, Scotland, the Louis institution a closed shop,
eastern states. Eastern Canada or'
j wherever    they
Kastf ^^
happened
to    come
MAKES SOIL  MORE FERTILE.
 H      Republicans  Re-elected.
from. |    White River, Vt, Sept. 6���Congress-
During the first ten or fifteen years  man David J. Foster. Republican   and
of their resblence in the interior they prank  Plumley,  Republican,  were re-
"   ' -���-������'--    ''���������   elected In today's state elections.
LIXK TO AMERICA
FROM NEW ZEALAND
le for the opening
an  enjoyable  trip
British   Scientists    Find    Micro-Organ-jKuffeml   a11   Mluls   ()f   hardships,   but
ism of Great Promise. thW  were' without exception, men of
Sheffield.  Eng.. Sept. fi.-At vester- F,0?, constitutions and today any one
s******       i���f ,,,��� f.,���,.,DQ,1 ..,,, ,i��� !1S bard a days
twi  . i .
Will Run to    San     Francisco     Under
Sun&idy   from   the   English
Government.
I     ���   Isco,  .Sept.  il.���lhe    ship-
islness of Victoi la, B.C., will, i;
tc I, b   materially injured with
Hon    of    the   new   line    of
that   the  power  to dispose absolutely on Kamloops lake, and it  is expected day's meeting of tbe  British  Associa-I"" ~T'
of  public  lands gives the power    to that    special   train    accommodations tion. Dr. Russell and Dr. Hutchinson. work aB the average man oi
grant   a   lesser  title,  such  as a  lease will be arranged for. who have long been experimenting   In ye2;T8 \��'!,nf;e,''     ,         ��� .    , ,,     ,.,  .
or permit.    Thus it is clear that there The  directors  of  tlte    society    con- soil   fertility,  announced  discovery  of1     ' "e  lmlowln"   ls  !>  "M  '"     10 "'<
is ample power in tho federal gov- gidered, among otber matters, these B micro-organism which destroys the
ernment to tullj protect the people's arrangements at their quarterly meat- bacteria essential for the fertility of
Interest   and    promote    the   general |ng jUBt held, at which financial mat-,the soil.
welfare in dealing with the public ters were chiefly in review. Tb." as-! A subsequent sneaker declared thst
domain. sociation L unfortunately  behind    in it  was the most imnortanf In agrlcul-
"The executive Is the custodian of funds both for building ami malnteifc turai discovery
public  property.    He  cannot  dispose anee. I ������������
of  any    property    without    authority] BETTER MAIL SERVICE.        wJj_ONDON COMMENT
made in  fifty  years.
to|
ON  PANAMA  CANAL
frc.'.'i  congress,  but. it  is  bis duty-.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
prevent  public  property    from    being  Australia  to Co-operate  with   Govern
taken  or  being  used  illegally.    Some ment of Canada. London. Sept,  6.���Theodore
of tbe greatest  land frauds bave been I    Melbourne. Sept. 6.���The Australian ' velt's recent
and their ages: Phil Grinder. Big
Bar, age 89; James DlckW, Lillooet,
age 80; F. LaRochelle, LU'.ooet, ag
W; Bill Riley, Lillooet. age 76: To ,
Harris, Lillooet, age 71: W. W.Wyci t ,
Beaver Dam. age 88; Calvin Boyle,
I Beaver Dam, age 76; P. Eoues, Clinton age xo; L. S. Peters. Bridg<
River, age 76! W. riaul, Clinton, -e
;74; Dwen Williams. Setoii Lake, age
Joseph Watkinson, Big Slide, age
i
WATCHMAN 10 BE PLACED
NORTH ROAD CROSSING
Westminster  Ordered to  Pay   Part
Cost of  Protection  Where  City
Is Net Directly Interested.
of
Il()W assured by reason of perpetrated under th" guise of techni-
,,,i  the   New   Zealand  gov- cal compliance with a law which    in
Belli   let ween this port, Auckland, j fact did not apply to the character ol
IVellingU.n   Papeete and  Raratonga.    hand obtained or to the use it was pu
iiil Roods  for shipment   from    San      "For example, the timber and <������
��� tl
^, At the lrcetina of the railway ���
George Tinker. The Fountain age mission in \ ancouver yesterday morn-
Phil Garrigaii. Pavillion Mountain, ing an order was made compelling the
  Knnse.
nciuvmuo, u��t>v. ...    �� ���        __ _ _   suggestion    in  n  speech
government expects to join  the gov- that the Panama canal should be for-i'"'  ' "" ����*"o -  .. ...,-, ���	
ernment of Canada in securing an im-Stifled,  has caused    almost    as    much   aRe K1' , Uleat Northern to place at watchman
>ed mail service, but the postal comment bere as his Guildhall utter-! The ('011llline a^e:': of these fourteen at the crossing over the North road,
business of Australia does not war- ances. It is believed that in dlplo- ,nen iiIl;ount to 1114> wlth lin average the railway company to pay B0 [ er
rant the granting of a subsidy for tho matic circles an  effort  will  be made.01" -nst aboat 79 -veil,s for every maa'  ^nt. of the cost, the   city    of    New
......   ��  .,,-        ,���,.,, |   I Westminster  26  per cent.,  the  .mini-
ex- doubt  that  America
com
WAITED HERE FIVE HOURS
TO SEE STREET LIT UP
 ^^^^^^^^^    would    we'eome
the submission of the question to au
International  court of arbitration."
Btodsco to noinuTn Australia. New lands   have    been     taken    under      ..purpose.    It is  bo: ed. lujwever,    ttot to  prevent   the  erection  of anj   fOltl-
��i-,n,i    ,     ���,,tl..,ioiw territory  now I homestead  act. and  water powe*    ro- new   avenues of  trade  in   frozen  pro, j flealions.
1      I    ���    Sl,v       I to Vic-  .ee sites  taken  as  mineral entries, due. will justify the expense Incur*!    "I*, the event of a general dls^r ee-
o  ,\    takeTon   the   Can.dian'sTh   f. au Is   as   these   can   only     he  by the federal ministry, stipulating ftf'.ment   on  the  ., nest ion   of  'x.^.t
���clflc teamshtXors^tfcS   Tahiti! prevented by vi,0rous executive antLfcster  steamer,  and enlarged ref rig. | the Times suggests,   there can^be no
L" r-him.ed there     The service, Lever  ceasing  vigilance  of  executive erating  accommodations.    It     lr
ll�� reported   Will    begin    with    the I officers.    Some    papers    charge    thejpected   that  a  contract  will  be
milt" il 'the' Aorangi from this port grossest infringing on the law. jpleted in a few days.
ovember K>   and from the other      "Much has heen said in recent years; 	
Nwlth the departure of the Matal about executive usurpation in the nd-
from Auckland on October 22. | ministration  of the land  laws,  but     I
Some time ago efforts were made to have yet to learn of a specific case.
lave the United   States   government ���T~   ��,mct
knot a subsidy to the Oceanic Steam-  PROTESTS AGAINST
.Ip company for a line such as has AMERICAN  RESTRICTIONS
'ived aid  from the New    Zealand |
Iinernment". The Oceanic company's London. Sept. 6.���The Brit lsh ror-
feamBhlps, Sonoma and Ventura, are eign office instructed Ambassado,
few lying idle in Mission bay and the James Bryce at Washington todaj to
fanesa continues to be handled   al- make a formal protest to the Amen-
CHOLERA DISTRICT
UNDER MARTIAL LAW
Bunt exclusively by British vessels.
can  state department against certain I
Im   ^^^^^^^        conditions Imposed on English export
POLIOMELITIS MAKES I textile  firms in  the circn'ar recently I
APPEARANCE AT  BUTTE  ?cnt. to its consuls in Kngland and on
|the continent un*  from  the endeavor!
R.   Sayer   Wouldn't   Leave   Town j
Until He Had  Seen Columbia
Street at Night.
Travelling Secretary C. It. Saver, of
Butte    Mont      Sept     6.-A dlseas.'to have what are regarded as the most;,he V. M. C  A    returned to this -ty
��hai  , lem!? broke oul al Radersburg objfiCtionable of tbe relations modi-1yesterday afternoon afte,
Pesultlng In the death of two persons,  ned
l"ie Illness of several others and    the
Italian Soldiers Clash with Despairing
Peasants of  Barleta���Women  and
Children Storm Hospitals.
.    Milan.   Sept.    ft���Barleta,   in   the
u i..,.-, .....   cholera district,  Is under martial  law
 In absence  as the result of the (dash between the     ^^^^^^^^^^^^
iof several  months, during  wliich he Italian   soldiery   and   thousands   of	
| has lieen in Winnipeg and other east- starving peasants.    Traces of the riot-  COAL DUST MORE
���'        t***a- .m.i A*sat*\Y*ni
SUFFRAGISTS JOIN 'cipality of Burnaby 15 per cent, ind
LABOR  DAY  PARADE t)ie  municipality of Coiiultlam  10 per
���                   *^ cent.
Hoqulam, Sept. (I.���Labor Day    was |    The crossing is not In the city of
observed in thla city yesterday by the _ew Westminster and a request was
union  organizations of  Hoqulam  and at 0nce in. de to the commissioners to
Aberdeen. reconsider the    order.   The   question
The  main  address  was    made    by wlll  probably  come  Up again   befoie
Charles   R.   Case,   president     of     (he the  geaslon  is  over.    In  speaking  of
Washington Federation of Labor, wbo tlis ma(ter last night Mayor Lee said
.devoted  much    of  his    time    to the that he knew the    commission    had
I cause of direct legislation and an em- wi(le powers but he did not see how
plovers' liability act. tliev could make an onler placing an
More than 2000 men    and,   women expense on the citv for the maiuten-
were In line for the pararfcW^Jkie ab- alK,e 0f something in which she was
sence of pretty f oatjfeas ndflSe*.th'a ,,,,,  directlv concerned.
year, only three beflpientere:l.    the There were no other matters affec'-
of these was    that   %f the    Laundry ing the cltv to oome ,lp yesterday, all
Workers'  union   of  lloqulain.  another the  time  being  occupied with  a  free
u  suffragisl  float. -  ���-                   ���i**************
Two bauds    furnished music.
float,   "Votes   for   Women."   was
orated with the national    colors
carried six women,  lepresenting
slates  In  tho  I'nion  wherein  women
are allowed to vote.
OF     CONVICT'S     COURT.
DEADLY THAN  DAMP
hoi
lni
In mo:
ted
ALLEGED GERMAN SPY lem  cities, actively engaged iu V. M   ing    and    disorder,    which    prevailed,
IS CAUGHT  IN  ENGLAND  ('.   A.   work.     Mr.   Saver   was   at  the  throughout the day bave not  been re- 	
  head of the campaign here early    this  moved from the streets. This morning      Washington. Sept. fi.���Tbe first find-
Portsmouth,    Eng.,    Sept. ,",.���The  B| ring   when  the  ship  of  $46,000 was  an ominous calm prevailed, but (lie re-  ing of the new  bureau of mines  was
rm ' '���*--'��� *   ���-- ������--   k.,smw  . f  ,i,���  y   M    hellions outbreak against  law and or-   made public today  in the form of    a
��� ���illy about in per cent, of ed yester lav
the mortality ranging from mg the for,idea,1
I Paralysis if all those afflicted. Is he-
jteved bj Helena physicians to be
I So fir as known this is 	
tbe flrsl   outbreak of tbe disease Inl    Portsmouth,   Rng; . Sept.   ��v"A"�� *��� fTthe^bufldi'ng"of tlie Y. M. bellious outDreu against ��*��.����.- --���n " declaring that    bituminous
J** northwest.   Complete   recovery is German army officer who was srrwj- raised                                   ^        ^   dei. [g ^   ^ to be only Bntouldoring ^e^e��l��^8lble8 for rao8t   ���f the
looted in only about m per cent, of ed yesterday wh. e engtued  n s- et ch       A . mm                                        nA am}  ^^ trouble    ,���  momentarih   coal      respt
the cases  "-   *"- -���""1'"r frrim '"����� fhn fortifications here Is still  ae- conai.u.-,       _h           _   ..���,���.������_   ,.oc   ovnected
|'f cent.   The last big epidemic
in New York city
when  :',u00 cases occur-
great   mine  disasters  which   have
curred in the country,
|V0lCANO COVERS I	
SHIP WITH ASHES   _pv are sa
  forts all along
Anacortes, Sept.  r,.���After    a  four- have   been   despatched
IN) days' trip from Ilering sea,   the office. 	
"nny Dutard, of the  Matheson cod- , - atMLVSiS
811 dee,. u,P first fishing boat  to re-  INFANTILE  PARAUYS^ MS
(^"ifrom   the   north,   arrived    With PICKS GROWN vt
^"���"i;" co lllsh aboard.    Captain Nor-j B.���Misaj active use
lan   N.   Matheson   reports   that     on |     Vancouver. Wash^    Sept.    o.
,une 12 the vessel  and surroundln. 'i.iili-n Soden. seventeen   years
sea wer(
'she
coveret
^sei   ami   buiiuuuuiu,^   ......  ������ -   ���
I with four Inches of  daughter   of   M
years. Rice expressed tlie opinion t
most deaths were due to coal dust.
JAPAN'S    HOLY    MOUNTAIN.
discussion of the freight rates.
Tlie ,
dec-  VICTIM
and i  .
,i,e Grim Story  Illustrating Russian  Prison   Conditions.
St.   Petersburg.    Sept.   (1.���Russian
prison   conditions  are  once   more   illustrated    by    a    grim    story    which
comes from Astrakhan.
Long term prisoners in Russia
have what they call a convicts' court,
wliich is a system or code of honor
among themselves, infringements of
which are punished by various forms
of torture. There Is also a sentence
of death, which in this instance was
pronounced for some offence upon a
fellow prisoner.
The man's throat was cut with a
piece of glass. To conceal their deed
the murderers hoisted the body to
the barred window, moving Rs arms
about so as to give the impression
that a man was trying to clamber
through. A sentry outside sav; the
supposed fugitive nnd Hied three
shots Into him.
Afterward It was only discovered
by chance that it was not the bullets
that had caused the man's death.
oc-
by
.        -uui  lava   blown  out  from  the
Burning crater of Mount.   Shtahaldln.
'he s iis of the Fanny Dutard are al-
i"9' black, and a fine black slaty sub-
8ai>ce still clings to them.
Wick
ERSHAM  AND  NAGLE
Stat
talned al Fort Pmhrook. I executive ability.    He  returned  yes   expected.
The  man's name Is Supposed to be  terday to see how the work of build-;    Goaded into    desperation by hunger       -
Elmer and be is connected with    the lng   was progressing. and seeing their relatives anl friends      The announcement  was    made
construction   division   of  tho   German      When last  Mr. Bayer saw Columbia   all  around  (hem  stricken  by  the  ter-  George S. Rice, chief mining enginee-
land forces. street,   thai   thoroughfare  was  hound-  rlhle disease,  the  masses  are  almost   of the bureau, who has been conduct-
Documents  found on    the    alleged ed on each side by torn up sidewalks  uncontrollable. lng experiments at the I'iitshurg test-
Id to Include sketches of the hetween   which   rose   a   mountain   of i    Yesterday's disorders assumed    the  'ng  station.    This station  was es'.ab-
the hills.    The papers mud. the laying of the Hassam pave- proportions    of a pitched    battle    in  Hslied by Professor Joseph A. Hol.r.e .
to    the    waV ment   being then   In  progress.    Then  which  women  and    children    ranged  whose appointment  as chief    of    the
j there  was no dirtier stieet  west    of themselves alongside    the men.    The bureau of mines has just    heen    an-
��� Regina; today there Is no finer west  Ignorant  peasants,  maddened  hy the nounced by Piesl;!ent Taft.
of  Winnipeg, for    the    pavement    Is  Inability of the doctors and Red Cross      After  reviewing  the  series of  hor-
l.ld. the sidewalks completed and the  to  cope  with   the  cholera  and   their  rlble catastrophes  which  have occu.-
Tungsten  series   lighting   system    In own   helplessness,   vented   their   rage  refl ln American mines In the last few
^^^^^^^^^^^ hy storming the hospitals.    Hefoie as-
mteen    years    old |    When    Mr.    Snyer   saw    Columbia  sistance ln  the form of infantry    ar-
and   Mrs.  Benjamin' street yesterday afternoon he survey- rived many    of    the    surgeons    were
Soden. of  Vancouver,    was    stricken ed   it  up and down, stamped hard on  roughly  handled.    Several  companies!
1th   infantile   paralysis  here   yester-lthe pavement a couple nf times to as- of Infantry arrived at the scene of the	
Both legs and her right, arm are! sure   himself  it   was real,  tested  th >.  worst    disorder    simultaneously    and  Railway to Be Constructed to Its Sum-
Krnest    McCoy,   seventeen! pink sidewalks In the same wav, felt charged     the     mobs     with      drawn, mit by  Swiss  Engineers.
son of Mr. an. Mrs. George; the  r.ew ornamental  lamp  posts anl  bayonets.    Men,  women and children      London,  Sept.   fi.���The   summit   of
with    the,then   declare!   himself  satisfied   wli'.i  stood their ground, fighting hack with  Fujiyama,  Japan's  holy   mountain,  is  ,m,le v,uvlulo ,���
the work. It had been his intention \ clubs and stones and even with to be made more easily accessible to today, making a total"oit"*StX "deaths
to remain in this city, only an hour knives. Thirty soldiers were wounded the 20,000 pilgrims who every year within the past month from this
or so. hut his desire to see how the,and a large number of persons tn the make a laborious ascent on foot.   The  cause.
street,  looked   when   lit   up   at   night j mob  were    bayoneted.    Many    more Japanese delegates who attended the      Those   who   died   todav    wee   the
. .,a���A .����� 'were knocked down and trampled up- International    Railroad   congress   at five-year-old  daughter of R    G   Call-
on. ....      ?_er"e &t_r making a thorough exam- vert, railroad editor of the Oregonlan;"
Wl
day. ^^
affected.
years old. ~-_^^^^^^_^_
McCoy,  who  was  stricken
same disease a couple of weeks
INFANT   PARALYSIS
IS   RIFE   IN
PORTLAND
Portland. Or.. Sept. fi.���infan'i'e pa-
ralysls, the 'Msease which physicians
admit is baffling them, claimed three
more victims in the Portland dlstiict
l��M   AND   NAULt same   ",r"'"   ,.   , ...  i.,m.nv.il
RETURN  FROM  ALASKA  Is leported Slightly ImprOWO.
SCCet.     lOOheu      n,.rri.     ">      ������.-      -
Mil- was too strong not to he gratified, and
J��>ttle,   sept.   r,-At:orney-General| Congress 0 nT elep h ones w ��� ���   ...
J*J��ham  and  Secretary of    Com-      Paris. SeptJl.-M. A�������� ��� of R(linR h:,.k to Vancouver he
S? Mfl Labor Charles  Nagle    nr- lerand. minister of^pnbllc ������^ ^        nt ,he n���t flve hours wa tins for
* hero tonight aboard the United and telegraph". *��������� ��? of
Bbi
v  openeo   uik  spent   mc  ... .��...---
.���       ���...  a,,,,���... ...*  uU.��- ��� --���---���    Mnnal congress of tele- the sun to go down and darkness to
tes fisheries commission    steamer second international    ong ess ���. rreen ln B(, th!,t he    might    have    a
telephone   an''   teennicui . n,imlre Pat Bower's pride
greatly perts.    Several    United   States__com- dfaMM ^admlre^ it ^^ ^
tm.,"''?"51 after a six weeks' visit and granh,            t-���i��_,i     .totes    com- ename wj ���� - ���   - ���      Al ...
2* of Alaska.    They    were    greatly perts.    Several    I nlted   States hol(] ��� tlBg wlt���
fcd with the trlpyand    said    they panies are ���f""     ��� ' ��,rf t e the members of the Y. M. C. A. m.n-
falnort  much    valuable    Information ing.    The chief question berore __ _,���nf .nmn,lttea |��� n few days to
cone
or
m��<'h     valuable     information ing.     ine ou����  ''   ,.,,..��� of man- ageu��'us .���.. -- ---- - ,
*">lng the  resources   and   needs congress 1. the Jggj* llljy ��m WW^ .^   0fm    propose4
th��m   Ka'    A >-eception    was    given ual  over  the  automatic        cu
66,11 at the Arctic club tlon telephone system.   ^s*__M.
man- agemont committee In ��.^^.^
ibuildlnf
i. Berne alter maamg a uiurougn eiam- verr, rauroau euuui m un ��. > .e,,	
Since the cholera outbreak tbo im- lnation  of  the   various   systems   of Mrs.   H.   A.   Jurpewitz,  agel   twenty
portatlon    of   vegetables   and   fresli  Swiss mountain  railways  have  come years, and Miss .da Clark, of Oregon
foods has been prohibited and water to the conclusion that the suspension citv, agel twenty-three years.    ,
hydrants   have  been  shut  oft  unless cable car system which ls operated on I    The primary  symptoms  have been
their supply is known to be untainted, the Niesen mountain In the Bernese different in  almost every   case,  and
Hundreds of   the city's   population Oberland, ts best suited to the Japan- the physicians here, as In other cit-
hav.   left their homes nnd are living ese requirements.      The building   of les, have been unable to stay the pro-
pltiably In caves   or are    wandering the new Fujiyama line Is   to be en- gress of the disease. Death has usual-
l aimlessly about. trusted to Swiss engineering firms.       ly occurred In three to six days. PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
it
m
���
Classified Advertisements iREAL   ESTATE HIGH PKICED WHISKY
IS SOBERING ENGLAND
WANTED.
IVANTED ��� A SMALL FURNISHED
:    ..-,   S( . :- mber  15 t       ���        -er 1,
15   j who can -Ive   un-
rences.    ���������  . e    a.
V'., care i | er.
IVAN1 .     ���TEI rO BUILD    A
:.���. !    i:-   . . ibi r    only I.
Plans and  I1 s    from
i -  . rd Kelvin school.
\    '. V.   :������- \   M/.HT     WATCHMAN,
.-.    ..:.:.
GIRLS WANTED TO WORK IN
fruii        aery. A] 2 Fioi    sti ee
JAPANESE BOY, ( AN COOK ANiJ
speak English, wants position. Ap-
] ly F. O. Box 818, City.
A JAPANESE WOMAN    WANTS    A
position   as a    washing    maid   or
fan,.    ..:;         pply 27 McNeely
street, city.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
'..: .-��� class y.-.y... clotl es ironers ana
i\;. ��� shirt polishei s: f. do rs per
daj and fan-. Electric La( e t< r-.;ic
laundrj. Vancouver.
KENNEDY    BROS.,    LTD
(Successors to  Hale Bros. <��. KenneJy.
Limif ��d.)
Over  Merchants  Bark, Cor. Colurrbia I
and Begone S'.s.
New V/estir.inste-. B. C.        Phone 335
A GINGER SNAP���City lot, 45x145, on j
Third avenue and tram line, one lot
and street from Queens park.   Price
.-ash. balance ,;. 12 and
18  months at  7 pei
CENTRAL  PARK    PICK-UP���On    Inman a' ��� nue,    close    t i tram    Iii ���
'   .      acre       lot,       cleared       and |
."    trees planted.'   Ten roomed two
story h mse, stone   foundation.
water beating furnace, electri
and    modern    conveniences.    Price
$700       $2    casli.    balance   over;
���    , ���   years    at   7    per  cent.    One
thousand gallon an    hour   artesian
tl   lately   struck   near   this    pro-j
1 erty.
That
is. the   Market   Figures Are Re-
Itinn in Curtailment of l
Drinking.
:;-,.-. nd io m s prophetically large with
a di    ���        - I  6 | er cent.
of a high whisky
tariff, bave worked in other ways,   lhe
numl,.,  . ( no llo nses on Jan larj   1,
5, aad was redui ed
ing I -:"   ;
.    e as in 1908,   The avi r-
iince  is 1358    ���     compared
before act.
On ' -     ere wen
3  |  Bt  year,    da's hav,. In-
I   i .   20  per cent   Bini e   1904,
:  with an increase oi only 6
tion.      They   I
7i. o     Pi ii - edings  agi
,.���-,-' \ ere  fewi e the
|    ���
London. Sei I   6.���A blui '-.  has
just  bi ted  by  t:.<   govi
which   ������ ��� ���������    ' nlsts,  a
b, hail as a rei .here" wen
���     on of the     neflts       societj ���     ������,-,     nse
!'   " "        :' _   ��
convi ��� drunkenness show  a
1>Ut      t!ie' .���   a.   I     /��� a*lA   nn
...., -   KIngd0]       ;.    ���     .-.       invic- NiObes Crew Paid Off.
tions were  187 ��� -3, and in  1909,  169,-      London, Sept. 6.���The crew of   the
518, showing a decrease of 18,285. ,   .,  cruiser Nlob(   ...- a  paid ofl  tor.    Their   length   will   be  280   feet,
B"< '������> ta ] ," :;'j- : . '���-���  ., V, '���.,,.    The ship is recommlssl i    bn     th    fortj and   di   ighl
land  shows   a  decrease    ol   9.47    per   yesieraaj.     ���������*.    ���'.
:ent  and  Scotland  19  per cent, even ed todaj   for the Canadian sen
GERMANY PLANS
GREAT WARSHIP
^ONESDAV. SEptEm
Kaiser's Navy Men Hope
to Make Dreadnoughts
Obsolete in Near Future.
'SCHO
i School Supplies
Berlin,  Sept. 6.���German  naval  de-
.   ���  ..   -.-. >rk on a small ty pi
which     the     Vorwnerts
expi    ed to put   the   gre
drea Inoughts Into the- ob olete c
The new vessels will be lightly an ��� I
and \.   ���    !������-���'���     la ��� ��� neral bi
v ni be similar to the old monl-
��QSO
>���������<
V
'ANT!
D���LADY
C
\Sli
IE :. STEXO-
gra    er vii:a es
; e
ienced pi eferre i
A  |  ���
at  once,
V
.   &
.   Collis ��� .   ..
rn.
V
A XT!
. >. .
:
ILS
AT    OXi E;
i  Cil
.
e
.
V
���AN'! 1
D���ANY
-1   ;
a few
houi
iy,
Englis      . .  .
. rs.  Wi:
;e
.    3
.a    Columl .
���
CARPEXTER    WANTS    WORK    BY
..:.'. 19, D; 11;
Ni
APPH    \'TH <���     '
Mo    -  -    ....::...    ; op]    3iti
���
FINE     FRASER     FRONTAGE���Forty
i cn s H050 ft.) near New Westi lin-
: ' ���    ht rooi
on    propertj     an I    n
buil J 20 to 25 acres < ulti-
-.  : ��� :     i   . ��� ��� $20,750:  terms   > - -7.'.
.   1, i.i
am e ovi ' -     i at 7 per cenl
Half i    ��� sep     tely fo:
-    .
in three equal ]   yments at  7 pei
cent.
WANTED      I   ������' Wi    . a.NG      MAX
room and boi avenue
and 1   elftl .   Reply K., New:
offii e.
\v a x t ;-: d ��� n o u s E i: e e ping
rooms  for  married    couple.    Ap] ly
Bos A.A., this office.
WANTED���A  CARPENTER.  WALSH
Sash & Door factory.
WANTED���A  GIRL  FOK  GENERAL
housework   and   plain   cooking.   Apply  U'5  Third  avenue.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���TWENTY-TWO FOOT
launch in first class condition: a
snap for $150 cash. Apply 818 Kennedy street, Xew Westminster.
FURNITURE FOR SALE AND
house to rent. L'17 Keary street.
Sapperton.
FOR   SALE���AT  ONCE,  TWO  LOTS
on   Westminster   road;   ahout   ISO
feet to another road; i ir $700; <
ter   cash.     Herbert   Gay,   Windsor
hotel,  after  G  o'clock. ���
TWIN    CITIES    SPECIAL���Two    ten
acre lots in i       I        1    ���     Citi
iibi Ivisl   .       33 fi      lots.   Y.:
d ;       togel       for i
e al  ���'  75 an  acre;    atou
price   ol
perty.    E isj ter    s, on a]    icatl
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
Over Merchants B^nk, Cor. Columbia
and   Begbie  Sts.
New  Westminster.  B. C.      Phone 335
ROOMS TO RENT.
FOR RENT ��� FURNISHED BED
room. 424 Third avenue.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS To RENT,
apply 71.1 Trew street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp hlock. corner
Columbia street  and Clarkson.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
TO REXT ��� FURNISHED RED-
morns. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after tl p. m. or between 9 a. m. and
5 p. m. at Room 14. 623 Columbia
street.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head   Office        -        451   Columbia  St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office      -      ���      Kamloops, B.C.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
LOT 57, of subdivision B. of section
20, block 5 north, range 2 west,
containing one and one-sixth acres.
Price $2000; one-third cash., balance six. twelve and eighteen
months at    7    per cent.    Interest
(205-A.)
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
8, prairie land.   Price $125 per acre: '
one-third    cash,    balance    one    and
two years. (204-A.)
> . .	
THIRTY ACRES in section 36, block
5 north, range 1 west, twenty a res
cleared, with new house and barn;
good water. Price $270 per acre.
Terms     over     eighteen     months. |
(17.VA.I J
TWENTY  acres   in   section  33,  block1
5  north,    range    2  west.  X.  W.  D.
Price $500 per acre;  one-third cash. ���
balance six and twelve months    at'
7  j er cent. (211-A.)
FIFTY   acres   in   section   32,   b'ock   5
north, range 2 west. X. W.  D.:  absolutely  the  best  subdividing    proposition   in   Port   Mann   district   to-1
day.     Why ?     The   terms  are   one- i
fifth  cash, and    the    balance    over j
TEN YEARS, with interest at 6 peri
cent. (221-A.)
ere
nineteen an 1 two-thirds fi et, while
- . I till will extend titty-nine ia ee
ab ve thi line.
Tl e arman entf   �� 111 i oni Isl i f two
: 6.7   I ���    '       each  capable I f thl OW-
Ing  .   proji   tile    I ���' D40 po inds from
real   turrel  amidshlp   r   ir   ex
mi toi     ���   -     of sl    thou
d   hoi e]  iw er   wlll   give  I he   \ ��� ���--
- eti en I- ni I a
i , . |      . | ..   forced    di
ntj -se\ en  l ni I
O r dii pi a 11
.in it ���   - ��� turrets    nd
���
lm thai It
ee-ton    pn ���
- le   and    fear    up
e tin Bre
tnd In
e by twelvi
ifivriYJLi I 5
665���Columbia Street 66S
,      New Westminster, B. C,
CONEY    MUST    BEHAVE.
Just the time for a New Suit!
Your old one is getting to look shabby. Our stock
of   Fall   Suits and   Overcoats   is   complete.
New   Patterns,   New  Styles.
PRIVATE      BOARDINQ      HOUSE���
First class board. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cooking. Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Ague* street.
TO RENT��� XK'KLY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Trntii
stieet.
LOST.
LOST ���  ON    SATURDAY    AFTER-
noon, a gol 1 watch and chain, either
on   Columbia    street,   or   between
Third avi nue and  Pine Btreet.    Re-
,!     Ri ��� irn to D illy News office.
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block '> north, range 2 west. X.W.D.,
on new Yale road. $f00 per acre;
$2500 cash, balance six. twelve and
eighteen months at 7 per cent, interest. (222-A.)
SURREY
160 ACRES on the Scott road within
six miles of Xew Westminster.
Price (85 per acre; one-third cash,
balance six. twelre and eighteen
months.    InTestigtte this.    f208-A.)
:30 ACRES in section 25, township 2,
J150 per acre; .4^0 cnsh, balance
over two years, i Mi-A.)
10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
section lit. township 2, $200 per
a ire; one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per    cent,    in-
The cut hera produced shows our new Model 10,
Type Y.   A very fashionable suit for   a
young or middle aged man.
Prices in 20th Century Suits $20.00 to $32.50
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for I0:h Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
Island   Rescrt    Feels   Acting    Mayor's
Heavy     Hand.
I '    ���  !    of
id and I
Hi etter whicl
to  1 Comml
��� Friday,
ed hln   el   ' .-   hi    own in-
that condll    -    In ci
.  the islai :        e flagi am ly
bad, and Btated in an  inti i \ lew that
ii liei ed   the  poll ie  w* ��� ���
ng thi ;' ���   state of things In ��� ���
tain   :���   tions   in   Coney    island    I   b
caused   many   complaints   this
- as  app in nl j   done in the
nattei      The  low   resorts   were   run-
d        wide "pen, and. as Acting Mayor
Mitchell  sal I   todaj.  it    was   e\
��� thai  t! ey  had obtained pi Iii e pi ol  i
tlon.    Mr.   Mitchell  acted  quletlj   on
lis  own  account     He  turned to his
j old force in the offii e of I he   i
ounta and  requested    a
���  In   number of the  most   reliable
- tors  be  detaile i  to assist  him.
Withoul   warning  to   the    police,   be
senl  tl .���:���! i ul  on the nights ol  Aug
���  I ; and ll. 17 and Is-   Thej
1 i Cone)  Island Like ordinary visitors,
dro] ped   into  the  saloons  an l  dam
halts, and   gol   first-hand  evidence or
a deplorable condition of affairs. They
��� '   indi pendi nny  of each  othi
so that  the acting mayor now has In
I  s pos8< ssl -a a pai kage of affidavits
di i Ing  with the same  places, which
| abundantly    corroborate    each   ol  ei
j They   found   that   about   forty   p    ..
��� weie objectionable,    in  tbem,  whenever a customer seemed to !'������ some-
i what  Intoxicated,  the   waiter   would
l give him short change,    If he made a
iprot'-st   he   was   surrounded    by    the
i bullies,   who  frightened   him   Into   si-
i lence  if possible.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Mai | jjy
J. kssy
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. c.
Telephone   R 113. Office;  p. .:tss Sl
THE
nhofToronto
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 Rank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is  paid  on  Savings
Balances half-yearly.   ;:
Business, Accounts   opened
on  favorable  terras.   ;:   ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTER,    B.   C.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Street.
ROMAN      ARTISTS     ALARMED.
See
Afraid   Decision    Favoring    Hoy
Will   Do  Grave   Harm.
Rome. Sept. 6.���The supreme courl
has rendered a judgment affirming
the ii .in of the holy see to Bell property without authorization from the
govern ment. The derision hns created a sensation in art circles. It is
feared that art treasuries are to he
sold and It is proposed to introduce a
bill In parliament prohibiting the holy
see from disposing of pictures.
LOST- \ POCKETBO0K CONTAIN-
lng - im ol i- oney and che -k--
! li li r return I - the Royal Citj
Dye Works ;���.���. |  rei eive reward
��� - - ���   ���
(201-A.)
FIVE ACRES in section 13, township
s. on Xewton mad. ?1">0 per acre
Terms over two years. (91-A.1
TO    LET���THE    BASEMENT     -WH
store in the K. P. block; suitahle
for store rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester
Sec. K. p. Trustees, 517 St. Qeorge
street,  Citv.
LANGLEY
FIV
acre tracts, consisting of the
I fertile soil in Langley dis
trlcl . cleared and in a high Btate
>'t cultivation; tram line running
through the property; good roa Is
on all sides. p,j:.0 $175 ,,er .|rre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
Do  You  Want to
Sell Your Acreage
or City Property?
If so, we have clients open
to purchase property of all
descriptions. Send your list
addressed to "Inland," P. 0.
Box 431, New Westminster, j
Quick results guaranteed
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.
LOST���LADIES"     SILVER     WATCH
with gold chain, between tram of-
hee ancl Third streel. Suitahle reward for returning same to Daily
News ollice.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILY NEV/S
White Star-Dominioi
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAUREwtic-
Triple  screw,  14,9^ ton..
S.S. MEGAN 1 >.���
Twin    screw,    T��,900   tons.
The
Ac-
largest   and    most   modern
commodatlon equal to any crowing  the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
������������ #Pv   ���''���'���- '������
:f.*y*-. ���    ������' ..y<:.,
���>-^ :������:.������ -v/v;v
m'::mfyimm
P     ���   ������:','* .<*'���'      :��� r*~     ' '��*��������' ���  i
��� '  -Jy ���: ��� &M&&: ���
".i'iW*'���*'''��� 'Uk"' ���'
tti_mm.&\
'm ��y?:j).'<.WW^:'4'.'is. ���
titK'a^.'J.,..'S.f.... .;.*4m*"\ ���".' .j..'.   Ji'A
PHEMIE LOCKHART
Who plays Willie In "The Burgomaster" Wednesday night September 7,
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork ol All Kinds,
39 Alexander St.
��
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  bay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner   Eighth  St. and   F"tn
PHONE 370.
For all kind*
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   Pre*
Street.
���     The N8**
Try ft  "WANT" a��� in ^
Mrs. E. M. Donuny. ?���
near The Dally News Co., 00^ K
It will bring results. m***mm
[yvedn
bS_Kv, SEPTEMBER  7,  1910.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGIC THHEE.
Automobile for Hire
Day  and   Night.
Telephone:  Day 703. Night L611
Bank of Montreal
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
At the annual meeting of the agri
cultural societies of British Columbia,
held In Victoria ln January last, dates'
ror the fairs throughout the Province
were arranged as follows:
IMMENSE METEOR
liYPSY FORETELLS;
QYPSY FULFILLS IT
ESTABLISHED 1817
.11,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
CAP'1 AL
[reserve
Rranches throughout    Canada    and
Newfoundland,  anu  in  London,  Eng-
I land. Ne
First    Circuit.
lVbe',ni  Sept. 14 and
.Sept. 16 a.-id
.Sept. 22 and
. .Sept. 2:i and
.Sept.
Nanaimo
Comox
Cowlchan
The Islands
|Victoria       Sept. 21 to Oct
N.   and   S.   Saunich Oct. 7 and
Watch Sky While Vast Stone
Shoots Earthward With
Tail Wriggling.
ipondents in   all    parts of    the
I i New York. Chicago aud Spokanr,
re V   and   Mexico  City.    A  general
Ih'nklDS business transacted. Let-
nsol Credit Issue*,   available   with
[ corrf's
"savings Bank Dspartment���Deposits
I received  in  s,iras  ��*  ?1   and uPward,
and Interest allowe'. at 3 pe*- eent. per
���nniitn (present rate).
Total  Assets  over   S186.0M.M9.M
NgW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNEK, Maian��\
Westminster
Transfer Co.
tfflloa 'Phone 119.     Bam 'Pbone 1M
Columbia Street
p((gage   delivered   prom.tly   te
any part ot Om city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DBP��T.
Second   Circuit.
Coquitlam      sPI,t
Maple   itidge sept. 21 and
Mission       Sept.
Agassi/.        Sept. 27 and
Chilliwack      Sept. 2<). 21 and
20
28
"You'll   Be   Robbed,"  Says   One    For
tune    Teller���Another   Turns
the   Trick.
Third    Circuit.
Nicola       Sept. 13 and 14
Armstrong      S^t. 22 ami 2",
Vernos       sept, is to it
Kamloops       Sept. 21 to 30
Kalowna       Sept. 1:0 aad 21
Salmon   Arm    t, .pi   2?, aud 24
Summerland      Oct. K and is
Fourth Cirouit.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6   Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 661 Residence  Phone  133
Surrey
langley
Eburne
Ladner
 Sept. 27
 Sept. 2(
.Sept. 29 and 3��
.Se_t. 2'i and 24
^CANADIAN PACIfiC
��� RAILWAY CO.
P. 0. Box 395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
1)1 Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   Te
Colonial   Block
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Wateies for Ladi.-s from ,12/E.
W.
Si*vfr Watches,    gents'    open face
16.00.
Bllver  Watehea,  gentB'  open    case,
I . .50 up.
Apent    tor    Waltbam    and      Elgin
Hitoh-s.
Watch repairing ;i speclaltv.
F. CRAKE
Two floors from Geo   Adams' Grocery
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3%  to  25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tent ti   St.,   New   Westminster.
Train  Service New
Westminster
Departures.
5:45���To Seattle, Port  Moody, Bar-!
nett and Vancouver,
8:00���To Vancouver.
9:15���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancouver and local  points.
li:05���To St. Paul, Kootenay points
and Sumas.
16:45���To Vancouver and local
points. Agassiz and local points.
19: :to���To Montreal and Okanagan
points.
L'D:50���To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
7:41'���From Montreal. Vancouver,
Port   Moody.
9:10���Prom St. Paul, Okanagan.
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From Agassiz. Vancouver
and local points.
1 ���'<: 1F.���From  Vancouver.
IS: 45���From Vancouver, Seattle
:ind  local  points.
20: 4ii���From Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal and Nicola
points.
CD GOULET, Agent C.  P.  R.
H.  C.   B.  FOSTER.  A. G.   P.  A.,  Vai>
couver.
Portland, Ore.,  Sept. 6.���A  meteor
estimated  to  liave  heen  at   least  11)0
feel in diameter sailed across the Willamette   valley   shortly   before   noon
today and is believed to have plumed
Into the earth  west of  McMlnnville,
Yamhill   county.    It   was  seen  in  tho.
southwest by a number of persons In'
Portland, and at the same time A.  I . j
Ambler,  postmaster  at   -Mount  Angel J
thirty-two   miles  distant,   who   lookedi
In the northwest, and also by several1
persons at Salem, over   forty   miles
from Portland.    All descriptions coincide.
Because it was viewed from tlie
three points simultaneously, J. w.'
Daniels, bead of tho astronomical department of Hill Military academy, declares it to have been of immense
Size nnd at least (he miles above the'
earth when seen. It is expected the
Smithsonian institute will begin a
search for the meteor.
Tliose who saw the visitor declare!
the body appeared to their vision to
be twelve inches In diameter, nearly
round, and with a tail one rod long.
All agree that the tail wriggled violently in its flight.
From   Portland   a   trail   of   smoke
could afterward he discerned.
Additional reports of the meteor are
being received in Portland tonight, although in some few instances the di-;
rectlon of the  flight is variously  reported.
FOREST FIRES PROBLEM
IS HARD ONE TO SOLVE
So   Says James J. Mill, Railway   Magnate  and    Economist,   When    Discussing Question  in  St. Paul.
DISTRICT COUNCIL
Wading    River,    L.    I.,    Sept.    6.���
James Sullvan, a Manhattan liquor
dealer, visited Coney Island a few
days ago aud had his fortune told. A
Gypsy  woman gave the information:
"Vou will take a short business trip
within ten days and will be robbed
while you are away.    Beware!"
Sullivan came here three days later
in his automobile.    A swarm of Gypsies was surrounding Al  Davis" hotel, i
A girl asked Sullivan if he wanted to
have his fortune  told,  and  bade  him I
step out of earshot of the rest, so that j
she could tell him something privately.    She  asked  him  to  let  her   have
some  money,  upon  which  she  might
blow  to  make   the spell   work.      He
handed her a wad of $50. She blew ou
It and he blow on it, and she chattered  volubly  all the while.    What fate
she told Sullivan is not  known.
Half an hour later Mrs. Davis asked Sullivan if he had any money, for
she had seen the Gypsy handling his
wad. He counted it and found $10
missing.
Al Davis and Sullivan set off in the
auto after the Gypsies. They overtook them about eight miles from this
place. Davis used to be a deputy
sheriff, and had with him an old
badge. The automobile was pulled
across the road In front of the wagon
in which the girl rode.
"Han I over that .10 you took from
this  man," said  Davis.
Tlie girl protested that she had not
taken any money.
"Either get that $10 or jump into
this automobile and come to River-
head Jail and lie locked up," said
Davis, displaying the badge.
That worked like a charm, and the
money was at once forthcoming. As
the mea drove off they could hear the
other Gypsies cursing the girl for her
Lack of deftness.
James J. Hill, the great conservationist and economist, admits the prevention of forest tires, such as have
been raging in the west, is a problem
hard to solve. He can give an answer
to the means of saving resources
wasted hy men, hut he is baffled when
it comes to stopping destruction
wrought hy flre. Not that Mr. Hill
has not studied the question for years
but to grapple with It as it develops j
ia the west offers great difficulty.
"It's a great question, not easy of
solution," he said, recently in St.
Paul, when he was asked for suggestions.
"You see lightning is sometimes responsible for starting a flre," he continued. "No, I don't know whether lt
has been responsible In the present
fires, but lt has happened. Then
campers sometimes  start  fires.
"One way to prevent the spread of
a forest fire would he to make breaks
"Then perhaps the forests might be
better patrolled," it was suggested, as
Mr. Hill paused a second.
"Yes." he readily assented. "There
should be more patrolling. There Is a
great deal of low growth which should
be removed.    It's a great question,"
he added.
"How do they do in other countries?    Germany  for instance?"
"They take better care of tlieir forests in Germany than over here." he
replied. "There they are all on private estates.
"One trouble in this country is that
the people near the forests do not
take enough interest. They leave it
all to the government."
Mr. Hill is chairman of the hoard of
directors of the Great Northern railroad, which runs through the section
of tlie Rocky mountains in which fires
have been burning.
MARFlY   AS   INSURANCE
AGAINST   ACCIDENTS
Chicago. Sept. 6,���"Young man,
marry. You'll be safer���unless yotc
leave Chicago."
Such Is the advice of Rdwin R.
Wright, secretary of the employers'"
liability commission, appointed by-
Governor Deneen. For the commission Mr. Wright had prepared a series
of reports of observations. Included
in Ids array of facts is the statement
that In Chicago unmarried men���particularly manual workers���are moro
often hurt than married ones, but that:
throughout the state of Illinois, excepting, of course, Chicago, the married man is the more often injured.
Mr. Wright suggested as an explanation of the Chicago situation that
married men are more careful because
of those who depend upon them for
support.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Uprlver  Landings
The fite-ai  Sternwheeler
S. S. PAYSTREAK
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
W. E. Walsh      W. E. Walsh, Jr.
Factory, 226 14th St.
New   Westminster,   B.C.
Phone 413.
We  make  a  specialty   of   fir
doors, steamed and  kiln  dried.
Leaves Brfcolrman-Ker Mllllae Cetn-
P&Dy'a wharf, New Westminster, with
Passengers and  freight as follews:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesduy
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves CMtthrack Wednesday, Fri
fo>' and Sunday at 7 a. m.
irst Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
Council met in tlie Town hull, Surrey Center, September 3, the reeve
and all members being present. Minutes of previous meeting were read
and confirmed; communications were
received as follows:
From James Leamy, Crown Timber
agent. Baying he could not see win-
any person should object to L. Pillath
using the Hon Accord road for naming shingle bolts to the Fraser river;
received.
From Whiteside and Edmonds, on
behalf of George Gordon, saying they
were sorry that the council had seen
fit to proceed with the construction of
the ditch along the Hals Prairie road.
and if any damage was done to their
clients' property they would be obliged to enter action against the municipality in respect to the same: also that it seems a pity that the CO\m-
icll do not insist on the railroad company carrying out the terms of tlie
award made by Engineer Draper;  re-
eired.
ucn W. S. Hose, enclosing for ap-
���:oval plans of ; .oposed subdivision
of reaubdivision of lots 2 to 7, of
northeast one-i|u:i: ter of section 26,
Tp. 2, and north half of subdivision
6 and tl of secth;:i 35, Tp. 2. which
were approved.
The clerk was instructed to write to
the B. C. E. R. Co. to put ln a dossing on both sides of the Anderson
road, one mie east of the Halls
Prairie road as soon as possible, as
tbe road cannot be used until the
crossing Is put ln.
The Surrey Highway bylaw passed
Its second reading.
Accounts amounting to $.110.11!
were passed and  ordered paid.
Council then adjourned to meet
again cn Saturday September 24 at
1 p. m.
TINY    JET    DROWNS    MAN.
Strange Accident Results in Death of
Human   Being.
Edwardsville, 111., Sept. tl.���The
celebration of J. A. Hifner over his
release from jail, where he had heen
confined for thiry-flve days, resulted
in death. He was found drowned in
a pool of water, caused by a tiny
stream from a steam jet at the side
of a marble plant here. The stream
of water from the steam jet was originally hardly wider than a ribbon.
Hifner fell and his body dammed up
the rivulet. Dining tlie night the
water accumulated and drowned
him.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
���*Sk      -j NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Princ�� Rupert" and "Prince George"
3,500   Ton�����320   Feet   Long���18/2   Knots
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) MONDAYS and FRIDAYS
at 11:30 P.M. for PRINCE RUPERT  and   STEWART.
Monday's steamer makes close connection at Prince Rupert with
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Masset. Kincolith, N'aas Bay, Charlotte
City,  Lockeport, Jedway, Ikeda Bay, etc.
Friday's steamer makes close connection at Prince Rupert with
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Massett,  Kincolith, N'aas Bay, etc.
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS   at   2   P.M.   for   VICTORIA  and  SEATTLE.
For rates, time tables, bookie's, and full Information, passenger
or freight, apply to
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial  Agent.    H. G.  SMITH, City  Pass.  Agent.
533 Granville Street, Vancouver.    Phone 7100.
GENERAL   AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend St. Materalty
and non-contagious medical
caws accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone TT.5.
MANY   STILL   WORKLESS.
The I
Edmonds Development Co., ���
Limited
Authorized Capital   -   -   -   $25,000
In 250 Share* of $100 Each, Fully Paid Up and Non-Assessable
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Charles rt. Gordon, Ese., President.
Benjamin G. Walker, Esq., J. P.     Edgar H. Sands, Esq., Vice-Pres.    Dugald C. Patterson, Esq.
Percy B. Brown, Esq. Arthur Bradley, Esq. Arthur Wedge, Esq.
BANKERS:   MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon  and   Sixth   St.   N'ew
Westminster B. C, Phone 364.
JOHN   DOBSON, Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given  on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson  Blk.
Strike-Breakers   Under   Contract   Still
Hold the Jobs.
Montreal,  Sept.  6.���Over   100   em- j
I ployes of the Grand  Trunk,  who an- j
| swereJ the strike call several weeks
ago,  are still  out   of positions,   notwithstanding that the strike has been i
settled  for several weeks.    The majority of these are freight conductors.'
whose former places are still occupied
'by   the  men   who   took    positions   as
|strike-breakers with a three months'
agreement
The unemployed men are still receiving remuneration from the strike
fund. Some of those out of positions
are passenger conductors, who. In tlie ��� I
days previous to the sti ike. almost In- I
variably had char, e of trains carry,
lng    railway    officials   on     inspection j
New Westminster to New Westminster;
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Leivei Brackman-Ker wharf st 3  P.  M. dally except Saturday, and
��D Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at  B   C   E   11   ticket offlce and on board steamer.   Ble*
trl�� cars leave Steveston every hour  .on the half-hour) for Vancou-
"cr.
8���� the Famous Fraser Blver Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
"oaad trip tickets to Stevestee, Saturday afterneeas. $1.
HOUSE FLIES �� *"** J
      manure saa revel
ia filth. Scientists hdve di>coverca thai they ��rc
I lugaiy reipondble for the .pr��d of Tuberculous
! Typhoid, Diphtheria, Dyientery. Infantile D.*����
' ol the EowcU etc.    Every picket ol
WILSON'S
ly Pads
will kill more flies than 300 sheets
of sticky paper.
The above company was forced la February of tbis year, and duly registered under the Company's
Act of 18fl7, with the maia object of acquiring proper-ties in N'ew Westminster's beautiful suburb ot Ed
monds, upon    the   Buraaby   Heights, and developing and building upon same.
The settler or the Investor has only to glance at the general development of Edmonds within the
last twelve months and to note ln particular tke work accomplish! ed by the Edmonds Development Company in the district, to see at a glance where lies the choicest field In the neighborhood of New Westminster for safe  investment and splendidly  situated and healthy residence.
Whilst tlie Edmonds Development Company is in the best se- se of the word a co-operative foundation, and considers the claims of its investors as pi lor to all others, where the development of property
hy means of the company's funds is sought: it takes also Into the fullest consideration the claims of
the settler who wishes to acquire property in the neighborhood, or having land, wishes to build a home
thereon.
Tliose operations in realty and construction which the Edition's Development Con.pany has already
undertaken In Uurnaby during the current year, have shown a ne return to investors, upon the capital
subscribed to date, of over 25 per crnt.. and dining the seven iv. nt hs of the Company's active exist-
ence they have acquired at cheap cost some very valuable permanent assets In the dlsti let. among which
may he mentioned that splendidly situated triangular business lot at the junction of tlie Vancouver and
Edmonds roads, and buiealow sites upon the latter highway.
With the object of immediately extending tke Held of the Company's operations, the Dliectors of
the Edmonds Development Company, Lti., new propose to | lac; upon the market a further block of $10.
000 worth of stock, and they look with confidence to residents of the districts of New Westminster
and of Burnaby and Edmonds ln particular, te respond in subset!' ing for shares in the Company.
The stock of the Edmonds Development Comnany has aevtr heen advertised or "boomed." The
occasion for such has never *ilsen. The corporation has hitherto gone smoothly along, making interest quietly and steadily, and Its directors Save touched none but safe and profitable Investments, whilst
many of its shareholders ha��e considerably Increased their holdings
Applications for stock may he made upon the following form, which should he cut out and forwarded to the undersigned:
Enclosed find $ for deposit on   share.... of the stock of the Edmonds Development Company, Ltd.   Balance to he paid ln  nine monthly  Instalments of $  each.
Occupation     Address	
Date  Signature	
WALTER S. ROSE, Secretary-Treasurer
Merchants Bank Building
New Westminster, B.C. IIH"!
��_<
ii*
F
fait-
PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, 8EPTEMRct<
Tlie Daily News I
Published by Tbe Dally .News Publish
(&g Company, Limited, at their offices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Priige Managing  Directn-
��� __> 4
WEDNESDAY,  SEPTEMBER
THE  LABOR   PROBLEM.
The plainl of th - Grand Trunk Pacific railway management in regard I >
thc sh rtage of labor continues to he
heard, it is however reassuring to
see that they have desisted from urging the absolute necessity for Importing more Orientals. Mr. W. H.
Smithers, the chairman of the London
board of directors, lamenting the difficulty experienced by the contractors owing to the scarity of labor, says I
thai If capital is to be encouraged 'hei
for the di velopment of the natural
resources of the country, the restric-
tioi : >��� I ih have tended to retard
Immigration from Greal Britain and
Bun e i mst be removed. Mr
ers' sugi' sti n Is ol course thai thi se
I*;' well for tl em   to   find   out whal
the real re.,son is for employment oni
the railway being so distasteful,   and New Westn
having done that to remove the cause.
Then they may be aide to secure and
etain the necessary labor.
MANY
STUDENTS.
restrictions   are
hindering    develop
Rapid    Increase    Becoming
Matter    of    Concern.
Bi I'lin, :'i-. t. G.���The rapid Inei< ise
In the number of students al some of
the universities of Germany Is be o i-
lng a subjeel of com ern. In i anj
Smith- cases the student body has ain idy
ii ai he ! iiir.' ii ldy pi Dpori Ions. Tl e
' er of :���' udi nts ai endl ig I he \
i Ious  iii'i'. ersi ;i s i i Is summer Is 5 i.-
menl and therebj jeopardizing the in-,sir., as againsl 51,510 la; year. This
te ( ts of capitalists. Bui this ar. u- is just about three times the number
men, is founded on an altogether false enrolled I  n years ago
A  phase in  the matter   which   re-
assumption.    There are now no such (.(iv(,..  _, . ,,.,, attentIon ,a the grow.
restrictions us should binder the   in- [ng students who are preparing to be-
j cf railway   laborers, therefore come   spi   ialists   and   the   apparent
ild be no difficulty on this m-'<'l!  [��-' their services m'ter gradua-
Take notice that John Ferdinand
Baggs, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer. Intends to apply foi permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted'
aboul one mile northeast from tha
head of Hillings bay,-and aboul lu
chains easterly from the southeast
corner of timber lot number 37311,
tl ence north 40 chains, thence east
���lu chains, thence south 40 chains.
tlience wesl 10 chains to point of
commencement, containing 160 acres]
moi e or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND   BAGGS.
Date 1 Augusl 29, 1910.
CITY   O.    N^W   WESTMINSTER.
comin
i he ���
score.
'I be - bje t of the restrictions i:n-
[ ose l bj the Dominion government
wa i il to hinder the incomin
honesl   workmen,  but  to prevent  th
Tendesr for Cast  Iron  Specie's.
The corporation is desirous of re-
tion. li is estimate.1 thai out ol e ery ceiving tenders for cast iron specials
LOO,000 inhabitants of Germany eigh- for the new water main. Plans, sped-
ty-three have taken or are taken uni-jflcations and further particulars can
versitj courses. Thirty years ago be obtained from .1. \\". B. Blackman,
0f there were only forty-seven students city engineer. Tenders will be re-
I to every 100.000. celved   by   the  undersigned   up  to  5
The courses most  commonly taksn I p.m. of September 12, 1910.
flooding of the country with undesir- are Ih(1.e ,,,- philosophy, phLology, his-
ables  and  never-do-wells.    The  pres- tory,  law, natural  sciences,  medicine
ence of a    considerable    number    of and  political economy.     There is, of
those  who "toil not neither do they\���"���f> ��� ll��,ir ,"/he ?umbe,r  ot si'e"
Cialists in these branches whose ser.
spin" in some of the eastern cities a vic,es can he profitably employed in
couple of winters since demonstrated the world, and educators are begln-
the necessity for some preventive leg- "ing to ask what the outcome is go-
But there has never been'
to tlie entry of good    work-
Ve have just recently recentlj   re eived an exci   enl range of charming deslgi
striped and lace trimmed scrim, colored Bcrim, and fancy net. We Bhall soon ha
[ng these - Is, oui  ci  wded condition al  presenl rendering it  almosl  Impo   Ible to
this extensive selection.   Tl Is week we hope to be using our new addition    II will b ...
fore il is quite completed���bul we musl be in as soon as possible or we shall be   o
i , .   . ,     ad see tin   surprising < hanges we have ma I .
Cream .Madras, Muslins, plain and escalloped edges; a wide range of    striking    desigi
j ard  35= to $1.03
,       ed Madras   ilusllns, in cathi       ,     >ral and sel  patterns, a cl  dee collection ol
pei yard  50c to $1.00
���W. A. DUNCAN,
August 30, 1910.
City Clerk.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
islal lon
any bai
men.
Throughout the country the demand
for labor is acute just now, and it is
not enly the Grand Trunk Pacific railway that is feeling the pinch. This is,
however, no fault of the government.
It is a result of the immense strides
forward that every industry has been
and is making throughout the country. There has. however, been a very
large arrival of immigrants of a good
class from the other side of the
lantic, and if this rate of incoming
continues some relief from the presenl  tension should he experienced.
Mr, Charles M. Hays, president of
the Grand Trunk Pacific, who is also
greatly concerned about the shortage
of labor
to be. With the higher institutions of learning turning out trained
experts at tlie rate of 55.000 a year, it
is asked is not university trained tal-
enl likely to become a drug on tho
market?
COAL-BLACK    HAIR    THE     VOGUE.
Puffs  and   Switches    Now Very    Difficult  to   Obtain.
Vienna. Sept. (i.���Viennese women
who have long been jealous of their
Parisian sisters are now rejoicing in ]
the fact that there is a scarcity in tin
Sealed tenders will be received by
tlie undersigned up to Monday, September 12, 1910, for the erection and
completion of a Church. Building on
Sixth avenue.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the residence of Kev. F. S. Okell,
Twelfth stieet and  Eighth avenue.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
j. w. Mcdonald, sec.
A stj lish curtalnini
i laj ed In I .ir- serv
Openworked Striped Scrim
: for this season, comes in white and Paris Bhadi      verj  efTi    Ivi        ' -
���:.  le creation for window draping.   Fiom, per yard  15c to 60c
Figured Scrim
Almost as popular as it  was
suitahle colorings.    Per yard
asl season.   See our selection of new designs   In a pies irtment
.30c
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All   rubbish   and   garbage  must   be
removed    to    the    foot   of    Sixteenth
French    hair   market.      Puffs    and Btreet and Fifth avenue, where lt wlll
At-  switch.es  are  very  difficult to obtain,  bo imrne,i by the corporation
as  the   peasant   girls  are   no   longer,     Anv person  or  persons   who
willing  to  part   with   their   tresses,  garbage  or  rubbish  of
They are said to have discovered that any other street or
if their hair helps to make women in   lane,   vacant   lot
will   be   prosecuted   under   the
visions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE
so easily a lew years ago.
asserts that though the con-i    At preSent there is no such scarity
Paris beautiful they should keep it1
for themselves, so dealers are search-'
ing in vain for the hair they obtained ;
dump
iny   kind  on
avenue or on any
or   public   property
pro
tractors for the railway arc paying up in the Austrian  hair market.    Abund-j
lars per diem ant supplies come from Hungary. The
City Hall,
Sanitary Inspector
June 13. 1D10.
Plain and Stencilled Casement Cloth
The correct novelty
ti Iped effects.    Also
in curtain draping.
in plain cream and
Pome exclusive patterns In Btencilled floral di   Igna   nd fancy
ecru.   From, per j ard  45c to $i.25
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF SUITS
Arrived Saturday afternoon, and this Included a smart array of ladies' cults in rough cheviot, woi   '-.is,
and broadcloth.   We do nol intend to keep these in stork very long, they are marked foi ��� -
���no hold up prices on Smith's ready to wear���and this is an inducemenl for early buying,   i ,
minute styles, skins in banded, pleated and  panelled effects and coats the newesl models dlrecl ti m
the factory.
Specially Priced $16.50, $20.00 and $25.00
_35S3S5a��ra��a5aj��cs^^T7rx:Tr?i2
to three and a half d
and giving the lest of board and accommodation, they are yet live thousand men short of the number re-
quired. He says further that notwithstanding these excellent conditions
men engaged will not stay with the
work on the railway. The company
has tried the system of bringing men
over from tbe crowded cities of Great
Britain, but found that as soon as
these landed on the scene of operations they left and obtained employment elsewhere. Moreover, he says he
has seen plenty of idlers in Vancouver and elsewhere, bul the company
cannot get these men to work on the
railway.
This condition of things certainly
sounds stran.ua The only conclusion
thai can he reached is that there must
be some particular reason for this general objection on the pan of men to
work on the railway, In spite of the
attractive picture of the conditions ofl
employment on the line which Mr.
Hays gives us there would seem to be
something in connection therewith
that Is distasteful and objectionable
to workers. Upon no oilier ground
can t!t- disinclination of men to work
at good wages be accounted for,
n the Grand Trunk Pacific railway
management and tlieir contractors
want to ensure a supply of workers
for their undertaking ii would Burely
color  is  not exactly  what  is  wanted
Ibut  this  can  be easily  remedied,  and
I false tresses are cheap and plentiful.
Blonde   hair   has   been   the  rage  in
Vienna for several years, and one sees
more blonde women on the streets in
that  city  than   in   any   other.      This
summer, however, the fashion writers
are hinting that it is quite time there
was a change, and it is expected that
coal-black   hair   will   be   the    autumn
vogue.
WED., SEP. 7
WED., SEP. 7
Harry Tidy, Manager.
BALMORAL   PALACE    IS
CUT   OFF   BY
WATER.
Edinburgh, Sept.  6.���The royal  pal-1
ace  at   Balmoral   is   virtually  cut   olT j
from   the   world   by   floods,   all   roads [
about it heing Impassible.   The entire;
Dee  valley  Is in  a serious  condition,!
according   to  despatches   received   today.    A  man was drowned on a road
leading   to   Braemar,   near   Balmoral.
The  Blulrgovverie district  In   Perth  i-
devastated. The situation continues to
grow   worse,  the   loss   to  crops   being
greater  than  was  first supposed.  Thei
danger of famine is Imminent, and reports give no prediction of immediate'
relief.
Aeroplane-Train Race.
Springfield, III.. Sept. 6.���A race
from Chicago to Springfield between
a limited train and an aeroplane is to
be a feature of the Illinois stale fair,
which opens here nexi month, If the
slate board Of agriculture can arrange
the contest. The officials of the two
j roads lune entered heartily into the
scheme and negotiations are to be
opened  tomorrow  morning.
PIXLEY & LUDERS' MUSICAL MASTERPIECE
-THE-
Burgomaster
Why! The Idea.    Is It Possiple ?
GUS C. WEINBERG-Himself
The original Peter Stuyvesant, and the same Big Com-
pany of Favorites, including that Bewitching
Chorus of
KANGAROO GIRLS
Seats On Sale At Tidy's Florist Stoi
At last a Positive Cure has been found for
ASTHMA
in the Now Famous INDIAN HERB CURE
Manufactured and put up  in Victoria, B. C, by J. F. Fitzpatrick,
Address:    628 Hornby, Vancouver.    Phone  R 4845.
Coming to  New Westminster Shortly���address  later.
Thla Is one more proof of the effllcacy or the Asthma Cure,   Hear
what the Victoria lady has to say uhont the Asthma Cure.
1123 North Park St..
victoria, B.C., October 28, I���"'���'���
found
Mr. Fitzpatrick,
I am writing this to let yon know what a great relief 1 have
your asthma    cure.    1 have suffered  from  asthma  tor ten years,
bare tried so many different remedies  and  have  found  nothing ���
have . I ven me such .rent relief as your asthma    cure,   and DJ
tinually taking it, I think I will   find lt a cure.
i mw_*m**m *- -n* . M lts- M A v u'n q '
'������I************************************************ ���
���
���
JEWELRY
Our stock of Jewelry In Cold, Silver  ,-iinl
complete ever shown Iii Westminster.   Call
Hie
Gold   Plated  1
liml be convinced.
mosl
e.
: Chamberlin's
*, AgentB for the Howard, Ball, Longines and   Har
��� Official lime inspector for C, P- ' -
������********************************************!L. 9
THE
jEWrLER
,n Watches.
A Choice Building Lot on corner Fourth
Avenue and Fourth Street, all cleared. Price
$1600.   Terms.
Two Cleared Lots on Pine Street, $1050
each, terms spi cad over 3 years.
Choice Acre facing Seventh Avenue and
backing on Hamilton Street. 92600, only $500
down.
ANN
We have the Exclusive Sale of several tracts
of Acreage in the Port Mann townsite.
See Us For Prices and Terms
DWELLING HOUSES
See our list of Residences for Sale situated
in all parts of the city.   Terms Reasonable
Oliver Typewriters. 10, 12 and 15 inch carriages. Small Cash Payment and $5 a month.
Call in and see one.
WHITE, SMILES & CO., New Westminster Agents JMrWIM ..���miJ" mum WW.jLmnii    uiiu
.jim
u '-^N
ESDAY,
SEPTEMBER  7,  1910.
SPORTING NEWS
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FlYS.
|ipi(ffi' DEFEAT Will
ENCOURAGE CHALLENfiERS
l9    vVill     Take     Heart   Vy'hen
-    , Reid What Con Jones Did
to Salmon   Bellies.
ROSS" REPLY TO NATIONALS
WAS CLEAR AND liENNITE
PROVINCIAL EXHIBITION
NOT TO HAVE COP GAMES
11
***************************************************
Minto  Cup  Trustee  Would   Not  Countenance Idea that Fair Play Was
Foreign to West.
N^ionals  Wire  that  They   Have
ranged  to   Play  on   First   Dates
and Cannot Change.
Ar
I, th,   Westminster    players
plighted   lasl   week   when    the
- i   the  Nationals,    ii
the Frenchmen
thai
���
.t .\
. e I
, e in Montreal yesterday
Inster had been thorough-
\ ancout ct.   "if the) can
,   ,, do It," is about ihe way
,.  up  ihe situation  after
vill
that Utile seven to one
the    Shamrocks    by
on    Labor    Day.    the
ned   thai   they  had    re
. .. hai   trom  their defe il
eating
ol the Mont reals a week
I  teams have their   off
; the lasi  tow    garni b,
;. mus had the champion
respective leagues on
,;    ii figure   how    they
. .cli ni her.   Each ti
b iperior to the   other
i   . ag ies,
plaj ed ��� well e
< nd   had  thirty-live
fains! them. Thai Is an
i ��� ireely    throe    in  ���
��� nl     urn'   team   in   ih
isehs, weni  thro
e ni  less t ban fl . e, and
;: ei e   nol   fur  off   ll
��� .,:. ��� ihai the National
��� t -.- ,i kable d< fence   i d
���  they  need lien1 to win
i  facl ihat Newsy Lalonde
��� c  Is  sufTli:ienl   to say
. nd "i it.
dlengers are leaving Mont-
tomorrow and 'I e ii! sl
i ������...;. oil in  less than t wo
;;' " ��� ' e letter received by
Adolphe Lee mrs, pn ddenl of the
Nationals, fron Trustee I'. I). Hoss in
answer to his Brsi  challenge:
Ottawa, Ont,   :     . ������ :;\, miu.
Adolphe Lecours   I
Prei Ideni National A. A. a..
i'1 Victoria Square, Montreal.
Dear Sir,���immediately on receiving
yours or ..I- terday conveying the chai-
[' '; "   "I   tl e     National   Lacrosse  club
for ihe Minto Cup, I communicated by
wire wiih my fellow trui tet J. Sir
Edward Clouston and lion. Richard
McBride,
lu reply, I am obliged to say that
Ih"   view   ol'   the   trustees   is   tbal    we
'  nol ti, consider any conditional
challei   i
Vour challenge stipulates that one
"i' the officials ia cl ai ge i t the game
must be selected from the east, and
.'���"'i add that this i l necessary if it is
Minto rut, nn tees
to have ile contests conducts 1 lu aa
Impartl rl mi ni er. The trustees feel
;: >������   won] I   make  a   mistake  in
di   i r   condition    whate i r,
d   would   expo -   tbem   to  con-
There will be no .Minto Cup games i
115   'ho    provincial    exhibition.    The
Nationals  ma)   consent   to  stay a lew-
days ami play a game or two for the
be  eHI  nl  the  It. A. &  1. society, and
Incidentally  for  their  own   pecuniary :
-'.in. but the fate of tiie mug will be
derided before then.
The directors ol' the exhibition!
wired the Nationals on Saturday ask-]
ing if they would play a Minto Cup i
game al the fair, but no reply was1
received and yesterday another wire1
was dispatched. Tli' reply came back
last night thai arrangements had I
been made to play on September IT I
and 24 and the)  could not be altered.
Before accepting the dates the!
Westminster Lacrosse club had been '���
waiting to sec it the Agricultural!
society bad any success, but now they
will probably formally accept the'
dates first suggested.
BARBERS TO ABOLISH SPONGE.
ore
Will   Provide Clean  Towel   and  Wash
Rag   for   Each   Patron.
Pittsburg,   86pt.   6.���A   clean   towel
and  wash  rag lor each patron, the el-1
imination of the sponge, dread carrier
lol   loatnsome   germs.and   ti.e   enact-
i ment of laws to bring about these re-
fcrms, are among the demands male
I STORE, BANK CITTIMr8 C
I AND   OFFICE rill L^HuiO
SHOW CASES
tlnual   argum nts     with    challenging ,!    ,!:''   gathering   of   the    National
clubs;   and  they  particularly  hesitate League  of  Harbors,   which   opened  a
in consider your condition,    because three days'convention here today.
that   might   In' interpreted as lending I    llie   organization   is   composed   of
countenance to the i;"i thai tbe splril owners nf shops, who are pledged to
of fail- play is so dead in one pari or carry their demands to their various
ther of IN" Dominion thai two fair ���slli',' legislatures and scum national
iL. '.  CHAMPIONAT,
ILo VEULENT LA COUPE"
Esse, nf Montreal, recently de
1.        .. liole of its front  page to
|.       ition  of  the  Nationals' suc-
:��� in ally   claiming   its   share
I lil  in  having stimulated  in-
R a the i lab. "Enfln Nous .v.i as
. ional" was ihe beadlin i
��� full page
men oannol  be found to   umpire   a
��� e,    among   many thousands   of
Canadians nearby.
The   trustees   regrel tn   fee]   obli :e.l
to take ibis position, because we are.
e tl il a trip i'r' thn Nationals to
thi western coasl ild b ��� a spl en-1
did thing for the national game, and
for Canada, and we would be .lad if
you could Bee our way m withdraw
your presenl challenge and send an
unconditional one.
1 am. on behalf of the trustees,
Voiirs very truly.
I'.  D. ROSS.
legislation  affecting  their  business.
CHOLERA   LESSENING.
Now
��� ��� ���    Le oui s  a.-, sa) lng:
��� ��� at  our  goal,  and
Attell Going to England.
Calgary, Sept. 6.���Hugh Mcintosh
l.a Presse quotes has wired Abe Attell io the effect that
he wants him to join his party of
champions on their trip to England,
and engage in three li. hts witli English and American featherweight exports. This being an excellent offer,
involving thousands of dollars for Abe
and others of the fistic world. Attell
will f;o. and sent his terms to Mcln-
t. s!i  last   night.
"Well.
twelve
. as are champions.   We
.   hard,   but   wc  have    ro-
��� i   encouragement anyone
.--. tor.    We    must    land    the
emblem of t be champion-
t   -. id i.    I promised to    win
[i|il,y.  and   I   will   carry  oul   my
��� cup ti ustees w iii give ,
tfi i e from the cast,    l would '
epl  .Ine I.ally, wbo is now
wesl     on     business.     As   Mr.
to Bel    up   a   business
I Westminster would  have
��� i hai he would he lai:."
Scourge  Said    to     Be    Abating
Throughout  Russia.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 6.���since the
outbreak of epidemic this year 1 ".:'..-
601 cases of cholera, with 64,405
deaths, has been officially reported in
Russia.
The scourge, however, is lessening.
Returns to the sanitary bureau for
the week ending August 27 show a
total of 1 li r. 1 u new cases, with 6375
deaths. This is a marked falling off
in the number of victims for the week
preceding. Tlie movement of plague
in Siberia is indicated.
DREDGING    WORK    STOPS.
Fan   Play, That's All.
d Star uses a couple of
able space in a  despair-
eastern officials at the
Minto      Cup    matches.
'   lhe  Star expounds:   "If
play lor the Minto Cup
lason, as they desire to do and.
ild appear, tlmy have a right
Champion  Bull  Dog  Dead.
London. Sept. 6.���Hick    Stone,    the
worlds   champion   hull   dog.  conceded
tn be the finest of liis kind and valued
at $60,000  hy  his owner
fries,  ls dead.    It  is believed  'hat    a
clot of blood resulting from a fall was,
responsible   for     the     death   of     the!
animal.    A post mortem presided over
by   King George's veterinary was held
today.
Places Urge Government to Continue,
Though Estimate Is Expended.
Ottawa, Sept. 6.���Dredging work
lias heen stopped in a dozen places
owing to the order of the department
that the amount expended must not
exceed the parliamentary vote.
It is being represented to the department that, hardship and inconvenience will result and efforts are
being made to,secure special authority of the government to proceed with
Walter Jef- certain works which are not finished,
!even though the estimate is exhausted.
! i'o ild  seem  only   right   and
have something  to say
���   i ������; sonnet of the judges of
\ They  would go io    the
lie'  representatives  of  east-
and  on    the    bench    of
\ preside  over the   Minto
the east should he rep-
piled.      I'air    play    and    nothing
P but nothing less, Is all the Na-
[ and surely the N'ew West-
Ner team   cannot   object   to   that,
piik'j Its members are true spur
���et
Hurt by Crl< <e'. Ball.
Nelson, Sept. b.���While playing
cricket here yesterday for tlie Cranbrook C. P. it- team against Nelson
George Woodward, of Cranbrook, was
Btruck by the ball, lift Jaw was
broken and three teeth knocked out
anl he was carried from llie Held to
the hospital.
BROKE  HIS HAND.
Lang   Might    Have   Whipped
Kauffman  But for Accident.
' '   la,   Sept.   fi���In   his   light
I     ;    VI Kauffman last night. Hill
j "   Australian,    smashed    bis
I
Artful    Charlie.
Charlie Querrie worked a little ruse
at  Montreal  at   full   time   when   the
score  was  tied  in   the  recent   match
between   the   former  champions   and
the   Tecumsehs.       He    claimed    that
ts   Tecumsehs were entitled to a rest of
!ten   minutes   before    resuming    play.
I This   brought   on   an    argument,   and
five  minutes  had  elapsed  before  the
i rules  were  hunted   up.    It  was  then
found   that   no   intermission   was   al-
A' lowed,  l-ut  tlie Tecumseh  team
60   YEARS*
EXPERIENCE
While sweeping your carpets
���r*tMxaM3tKmsi^mmms*i***s*apmsr*���BM
m have it
Dust Bane
Put up in cans in
powder form. Just
sprinkle a little on
the carpet absorbs
all dust and kills all
germs in the carpet
Highly recommended by the medical
faculty.
A sure prevention of
sickness and disease
im>yi**t imw-wiLm t wwy>w.jya)
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
L
MEDICAL COMMISSION TO
IMPROVE WINNIPEG MILK
ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING���DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworkiog Co.
J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh   and Carline. PHONE 473
*****************************************************
'". If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal,��Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.��� You can sure get it at
COLUMBIA STREET
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES-     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
RoyalJZity Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box  137
Milkmen Will Be Canvassed to Assist
in   Important Movement for Revolutionizing   Dairying   Business.
Contractors and
House Builders
vv e nave a lull   line   ox
Builders  Hardware in this
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
tke   Best
City.
money.
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.J
' Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac
Anrorin endings sketch and description mall
^ulcuiy usccruiln cur opinion frwwneiaer on
fiwentlon lsprobal,lyriiteiit;tl>l& O.nunmilca.
UoMhlrlotlyU^dontf^HANDBOOlfoiiHnMiltS
lent free Oldest agency tor aeruriuit ____���
Pntonia taken.throu.h Munn �� Co. rocalTS
tptrUilnotlc*, without charge. In tho
Scientific*���
i handsomely Ulustn
mlatloD of any eclor
luiiudn, ��.t."j o ye��M
nU newsdealers. ,,     ,
��-,"" <i5nro!7�� v st- WaibinHton. tx ft
A handsomely lnustrtttotTwtsoiU.,   Largost clr-
SilatloD of any sclontltlc Journal.    'lcrms.for
Canada.*^ a year,po��ta��o prepaid.
. U newsdealers.
Sold bj
had
got  tlieir little rest.
,,! I in the third round,
lenl Lang could havi
Hut
won
Wily,
J I<-111  happened to Lang
. ighl Tommy Burns in Syd-
������ 'ni hs and, Uie same
' "   "'in ��e laid up as
W toil
illd
as a resull tor
Inter-City  Bowling Tonight.
Vancouver wlll send    a flve    men
bowling team here tonight to try conclusions  wiih    .'i    New  Westminster
team.   The local team has not   l" en
picked yet, bul sonic of the Btalwarts
I who have been sooring the two hundreds ni  the From  streel  alleys the
' last few days will be chosen.
SenUto Approval A
V" ���
-ond Time for Nationals.
n la the Becond occasion
. !l the Nationals have won the
' icrosse     championship,    al-
I       " i   the flrsl  time on which
1 'I'loH   off   the   honors   ol'
union,     Senior   la-
from    1889    have
1 arried
nul Lac i   ...
champions
pteo
:' '-Montreal.
Cornwall.
1   Cornw
1S92
1893
'all,
Shamrocks
1894    .i!?ltal8'
,���!   s"amrock8,
Capitals,
!   Capitau,
Capitals
alomfs,
i9oi..;' ;ils-
liamrocks.
"Shamrocks,
j   -i��amrocki.
:'';  Sham,
"Shamrocks,
1905
I
IS
1908 t
Montreal,
""Notional.,
.... l
Lewis;
Northwestern League.
Tuesday, September 6.
Ai Seatth��� v\
Vancouver 	
Seattle 	
Ilallcries:     Miller and
Kert and Lebrand.
At  Tacoma���
Tacoma	
Spokane 	
Batteries!    Matson   and
ship; Claflin and Osdeik.
II. B
���I C
n i
Kea
Si��--~- ������"���"���
___*.
TO RESl-ONSini.u People   "* BjJJJMi
Lz 1     1 ��� m__ i
aughlin up
FOUNTAIN PEN I   '
ana
RED GEM
Who InK Pencil
Your Choice cf
$
These
Two
Popular
Articles
for only
Dr txieil
It. II.
0
E.
1
6   9   3
Blanken-i
Winnipeg, Sept. 6.���A medical milk
commission to co-operate with the
milk vendors of the city is in embryo.
The organization is almost complete
and the milkmen of the city will
shortly be canvassed to assist in the
movement which it is hoped will
mean a revolution in the dairying
business generally and the service to
the public of a higher standard of
milk.
Dr, Gordon Bell brought the proposal before the board of control tbis
morning. Under the authority of the
Canadian Medical association, six local practitioners of high standing, together with a veterinary and two laymen, will comprise a commission to
(inspect all milk sold by dairymen who
become members of the association.
For tills purpose it is proposed to
canvas milk dealers and to point out
to them the value of selling certified
milk. It is anticipated that all the
larger dairymen will fall In with the
Bcheme, and also that it can he demonstrated to the small dealer thai it
ls to his advantage to Join in with the
association.
Bacteria will be reduced 1,600 per
c. c.i and all the singes of production
will be carefully supervised. lt is
claimed thai the syslem will in no
way interfere with the city's inspection as carried on al present.
The members of the commission so
far appointed are; Drs. Blanchard,
Heii, Rorke, Todd, .Mimro and Richardson and Dr. Torrance, veterinary.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
��� ���
|       A Beautiful Assortment of Rings       ���
on view at Gray's
Diamond Rings from $15.00 to $200.00
Pearl Rings fro  .   $2.50 to $15.00
Rings with assorted stones as pearl  and diamond,  pearl  and ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
i    John B. Gray
i WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
t     Dominion   Trust  Block. Columbia   St.
*****************************************************
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Steel Castings.
I
8hamrocks
Capitals,
51>amrocks,
li
Tho corporation requires tenders
for stool castings lor lhe new pipe
line Plans, specifications and further
details can be obtained from J. w. B.
Blackman, city engineer. lenders;
will be received up to September 6,
1010, by the undersigned.
\v. a. nrxcAN. city cieru.
Augusl  23,  I I'l 0.
>j   Huttwlluni btb t-A.ici btii
Kvery pen guararitt
full HK1. belli! Colli���cut
on right liaiul Ulay be iiail
ln t.ihcr cur standard
blade onMue pattern, or
Nun -tire, kalile Transpai-
em, as desired, either in
plain or enpiavetl liuisli,
as prelerrea.
You niny InrthUpM * to***,
If >kii do uot find it li rojitoMBtod,
�� Wlter >i lulo tlinn )'"�� Wl **���
euro  for 1M"VK liwis rnis irKCIAL
rim in ��uv ,Mi���.r mule, II nol
enllrelv   i��ll��f��,l..iy III every  loll.ret loiuin it saa ** "i'i una ...
youll.llllorlt. I!1
Ci'tov |��.T ll our fame.ii itutl
populnr Ur ��  l"k  *_<*���>   *
oompl'to *** V ft trloiliiil "
enrrie.l il, any I'ulllloli III
or^kel 01 ihOJlPlDI I'W. writ" ��'
I �����y ln|lo nl lit.llonell. I'Mi
limn l.prlnK) foi'-l. Irl'iiinti
|,olut, |, .lilieilyilleiiiilretl rifllWr
MM, b'lrii c���ll�� lliil.li. BoUll
ovorvwlm. Iur ��."'��. Aiieulu
Wintod, ��rl'.o for lo-ml. -* nln
now ������leit you for. it      A.l'lre*.
|^ Laughlin Mfg. Co.""
MU.estlc Bldg..
0,trot ttltM,
SABLES   GOING   UP.
Growth  of  Lumber Trade Given as a
Reason.
London. Sept. (I.���Sables are going
up In price. The Hritish consul in
St. Petersburg, Mr. Grove, reports
that all fur-bearing animals, especially sables, are becoming fewer each
year. Hunters give It as their opinion, he explains, that this decrease is
due to the fact thai the growth of the
timber trade has brought more workmen lo the north, and the sable has
moved Into more remote districts.
According lo llie report  prepared by
the Siberian members for submission
to   the   Russian   Imperial   douma   the
|quantity  of  furs  obtained  Is  steadily
i decreasing  every  year,   not   because
Ithe  hunt for them  is  less keen than
formerly, but because the number of
animals  is  decreasing,  mainly  owing
I to the methods used In their capture.
Thus in some districts the sable has
been exterminated, and in others of
[late years lt has rapidly decreased.
Accident
Insurance
By taking OUt a policy in the Hallway Passengers' Assurance Company you are protected against accidents of all kinds. The Railway
Passengers is the oldest accident company in the world. Claims paid
over- thirty million dollars.
The imllcies nre free from objectionable restrictions, clear, concise and easily understood by anyone.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 Mm
m
iii-.i
IM
lfi
��T
PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. SEPTE
,v1BER ,
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in tiie
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnira
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or fpiarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsominlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE IfACHlNE WUKK.S,
Limited. Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingl* mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
FRUIT COMMI
GIVES WEEKLY REPORT
I they have or date
shipment and fail
1 when ordered.
of being ready for
to ship on   dates
Quotations of Prices Secured
For Fruits in the Prairie
Towns Are Interesting.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 5S, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mns. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone L��15.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA
ger G. J. Sykes), 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write if unable to visit us.
FIRE  APPLIANCES.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. THE LAT-
est in flre fighting apparatus.
R. Harris & Co., Lavery block,
Columbia street.    Phone 656.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMHNTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufaetsrer and importer
of niounmental t eashetoaes, bi'lllag
stone, etc SatlsfseHen guaraitee*.
Columbia street.  New WertBliKw
ionor  to  le-
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone IS. Newest and most up-to-
date in the city. Terms moderate.
First class euislae.  .1. Traehy, Prop.
Following is the latest report on
the demand for fruit in the prairie
provinces, supplied by J. C. Metcalfe:
W. E. Scott, Esq., Deputy Minister of
Agriculture, Victoria, B. C:
Dear  Sir���I   have  the
port as follows:
Calgary. August
Jobbers    here   report   exportationa I ij."""."."' r"., " ,��� 7,~ ���
,,  .       , ,    .i ���.���     ; Winnipeg, per 10(1 pounds
higher for prunes and other varities I
of fruit.     Do not look for very   low **
prices on fruit this season now. Plun-
ket & Savage, jobbers here, stated
prices were firmer for all fruits, At
present time have three carloads rolling from J. S. Perry from North Yaki-
Battleford, August 26.
Express  agent  Canadian   Northern
here reports no blackberries this season   io  dale, and   strawberries   an.l
raspberries in very limited quantities.
Were   Shipped   in   by   Jobbing   houses.
[Saskatoon and Edmonton.   Hut he re-
iported large quantities of other fruits
came   in    by   express    and    by    local
freight   to  this   point   from   Winnipeg,
Saskatoon and   Edmonton.    Two carloads of mixed fruits have arrived al-
{ready from Saskatoon and Edmonton,
i and  notice of another car  from  B. C.
j arriving next  week.
The    following    are    the    Canadian
[Northern  express   rates  on   fruit    t.o
i Battleford from the foiling points:
'Edmonton, per 100 pounds
| Saskatoon, per 100 pounds .
Regina, per 100 pounds
WINNIPEG POWER PLANT    I
MAY BE JEOPARDIZED
Railway Ti
(1.60
1.00
1.60
2.60
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone 10H. Cesafertable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod L
Watkins, proprietors.
i    per
[Other
ma on consignment, but gtated they!From
would maintain prices on the above! per
cars, as it is good stock and market Other
is bare.   They further stated did not Prom Winnipeg, apples and pears,per
anticipate any  lower prices this sea-1    100  pounds    85
sou on any variety of fruit as was in-iOther   mixed   fruits      1..D
The following are the local C. N. R
freight rates:
From   Edmonton,   apples    and
100  pounds   	
mixed   fruits   	
Saskatoon,   apples   and
100  pounds   	
mixed  fruits   	
Permission    to    Divert    Water    From
Source of Supply Causes Consternation    in   Gateway   City.
lnK Table.
C,wlW^^fB
Cars
.   eave Vancouver fo, ���
mlD8ter "5:50,6:50 7 o^4
^ P.m. l""��ttt|
pears,
% .411
. .74
lienrs.
. .llfl
.    A'.i
PROFESSIONAL.
iWHITESIDH & EDMONDS, BARKIS
ters and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, coiner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, WilMams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
The
N. It.
From
per
Other
From
per
Other
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room,
Westminster Trust Block.
R. T. PRINCE. EXPERT ACCOUNT-
ANT'AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, city.
STENOGRAPHY    &.    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN BUNTING, ROOM 22
Curtis Block.   P. 0. RoS 594.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPH? " AND
.Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Coumbia street. Telephone 62.
Any avaHaHe Dominion Lands wltl.
In the railway b��lt in British Colum
bia, may be hoaosteaded by any person who is tha solo bead of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of oao-quarter sectioa of
160 acres, moro or less.
dicated by the early June reports of
heavy crop from American and othei
points. Tho following ls a quotation
from Hilton, Oregon to Plunket &
Savage, jobbers heie, f. o. b. point of
shipment:
Pears, per crate    $1.26
Prunes and plums, per crate 70
Apples,   per  case    90
Peaches, per case   451 Prom Winnipeg,
The  following quotations are from!    100   pounds
Wenatchee to the same firm:
Plums and  prunes,  per case
Peaches, per case  	
Apples,  per case   	
Pears, per case (P. Beauty).
Pears, per case (Bartlett)..
Crabs, per case  	
following are carload rates C,
on fruit to Battleford:
Saskatoon,    apples    and    pears,
100  pounds    % ,20
mixed   fruits    29
Edmonton,   apples   and    pears.
100 pounds    :i:i
mixed   fruits    49
ipples and pears, ]>er
 59
plant. With a
the city in this
of control this
its  secretary   to
iOther mixed fruits
.05 j 	
,45      The following are the freight rates
,liaion carloads from points on Slcamous
The following is a copy of invoice
j prices of a car bought by Plunket &
Savage here, from the St. Catherines
Cold Storage Co., St. Catherines.   Ontario, f. o. b. of shipment:
Plums,   ll-<juart   basket   	
Apples, per box  	
Pears, per box  	
_^^^^^^^^^^^__ Tomatoes,  six-quart   basket   . .
The homestead-*- is required to per-  Crabs, 11-quart basket      	
form the condltioir connected there- Apples, 11-quart  basket
with   under   ono   ol    the   tollowlif | pears, 11-quart basket (Tysonj
Entry must bo ma��e personally at
tha local laid *Aoe for ��he dietnet
In which the laa* is situate. fciitry
by proxy may, however, b�� mad* oa
certain oonditims by tbe lathe .
mother, soa. daughter, brother or Miter of an intendiif homesteader.
..  .75
.  1.20
.  1.75
.    .16
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Heal  Estate and  ItiPiinmeb Agents-
City,   ftifitl   atitl   BilnUrban  property,
628 and 746 Columbia St.
plans;
(1) At least six months' resident? k
Upon and cultivation of the  land oa
ach year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm In the vicinity tj!
the land entered for, the requirement!
as to residence may be Bttisfied by
such person residing with the lather
or mother.
���ears, 11-quart basket  (Bartlett)
all  points
including
.50
.2i'
(8) If the e&Utef ft'as his permanent
residence upon Arming land owned
by him in th'6 vicinity of his nome
stead, thf VeqTtirements as to residence
may be S'ttMsfled. by residence upon
the said find.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Do
minion lands at Ottawa of intentloi
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rlgtots may bo
leased for a period of twenty-en*
years at an aianal rental of Jl pe*
acre. Not moro than 25S0 acre*
Bhall be leased to aie Urtlvidnol or
company. A royalty at the rato *t
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN- .fly, CeBts  ner  wm  .hall  be oeHeeteS
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street, 0n t_^ ra��rch aataW* ooal nine*.
phone  R278-   The  place  where  the > ���f  ���f  C9RT.
dirt and dust la removed from the pepatf of tho Mutator of the iiterter.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
loring. A new line of Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. 46 Lorne stieet.
Phone R 50S.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
iJears,    11-quart    basket    (Clapp
favorite)      	
Tomatoes 11-quart basket  	
These come in via Grand Trunk
railway to Winnipeg, and from there
to Calgary, Canadian Pacific railway.
The MacPherson Fruit c6tnpnny,
jobbers here, report having to pay
more for apples, prunes and peaches
than earlier and gave the following
as prices paid f. o. b. point of ship-!
ment American side this date: j
Apples, per box   $ .90
Peaches,  per  box    4S
Prunes, per box   65
The following are jobbers prices to
retailers here today:
Washington apples, per
box         $1.75
Washington pears, per
box         2.75
Washington plums, in peach
box      	
Washington peaches, per
box        1.00
Washington tomatoes, per
box      	
B. C. crabs, per box  ....  1.75
fibre���not pressed ln.
for and deliverer!.
Goods called
LIVERY   STABLE.
KING UP 'the FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLi.NU. FISH. FKUii,
Game. Vegetables, etc.. Dean Block,
next to Bank of  MontreaL
I 	
|    N.B.���TI isnthertee*    patiieaMei    o��
**it.   *4*��rti***m**U   will     aat   *-���*   **���*
FURNITURE
\V. K FALES, THE FUliNUUKfc.
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Pbone 170, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street (behind Burr Mock)
Furniture made and repaiied. .Mission  furniture In  fir and oak.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWOKMNli
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
caulntt, stair, showcases, manteis
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
nnd car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473
PAPER   HANGING   &  DECORATING.
I.   HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,  ROOM
Trade Marks
Demons
__ Copyrights Ac.
Anrnno Mtndtng a sketch and rt��wrlptl��n may
)ulcklf uacortaln out opinion tro* whither aa
Invention iaprobaor *      ~
ttommrldj. forlAite
ZTPMeptlibUL   C>ntwnnloft.
itt.d... ANOBOCK on I'ntmta
jt'tit f refl. Ulnoat aiu-rKT.           	
Piuenta f-uKen-thmn.li Munn & (.'.,. iticulve
t&ITacearffg (mtcma.
-    m A r
tptrlolnritlcs, without ehtttvo. Initio
'SckaUflcHmt\wu
Ahandsotneiy UlaitrfttoaweoWy, L&rgefft c/r-
calatlf* r>t ony lOlQDUflO loarrml. Turm-i for
CAimda,+;.?5 a yum, i><,- ui/t j-n^ini'',.    told t>_
Hi) pewaaealert,
IHHINN&Co^'^^HcwYqrS
,,... ..\ ,,<Ho.     ffir.  .    ft.. *Wn:->'~r-  ���������   Vl T'
to
to
There haa been some complaints by
Jobbers and dealers to tho eipreos
company here respecting weight of
fruit packages coming from B. C, as
being too high, and asking for a reduction of the billing weights. With
the express agent here wo welghe-J
the following varieties of fruits in
packages:
Peaches, 1G^_ to 17-]i pounds.
Plums, four basket case, 22 _a to
:MV_ pounds.
Hid I and Okanagan branch and
120 on the Okanagan Lake,
IdO I Penticton to Battleford:
Apples and pears, minimum :M,i)0o
pounds, per 100 pounds, '.15 cents.
Other mixed fruits, minimum 20,-
00(1 [iounds, per 100 pounds, $1.28.
Carloads of mixed fruits and vegetables, minimum 24,000 pounds mixed
carloads must contain not less than
10.000 pounds of fruit, apples or
pears.
T" Summarize, the wholesale fruit
men generally report a greater scarcity of fruit than was anticipated in
,351 the earlier part of the season from
reports received at various times
.401 from American shipping points. Iu
past seasons jobbers in these provinces here drew heavily on Washington, Idaho and Oregon for their fruit
supply and these slates responded
freely to their demands, wholesalers
claiming not being able to obtain any
appreciable Quantity fiom B, C. to
present date.
This  year,  however.  Southern   Minnesota, Southern Dakota, Iowa, northwestern  part  of  Wisconsin    have  no |
fruit and they are now    drawing   on
the Pacific Coast States for their sup-
1 plies,  and  aro  relieving our  markets
here    In a measure   of their    fruits.
Last season  at  this    time    Iowa  wns
shipping into  Winnipeg 2000    barrel,
jof apples per week, now Iowa Is bn.v-
lng her apples.    Reports from Ontario
51 grow  worse as the season  advances.
Nova Scotia reports the worst    crop
in   years.     With   these   facts   in   \lew
I would .advise our growers and shippers  to  hold  firm  to  present    prices
[quoted,  but  push  sales    energetically
^ 251 and  move fruit  promptly  as ordered.
j Pack  and  grade  the  best,  u-e  Standard  Packages  of  the  best quality  to
bo    obtained.      Pick    fruit    greener.
Our growers and shippers aro generally    allowing    fruit to get  over-ripe
before  picking for shipping  lo��e distances.     Jobbers    wait    lt green to
hold  up and  distribute    out to rural
Winnipeg. Sept. 6.���Permission
Which may seriously affect the How of
water In the Winnipeg river and lessen the efficiency of Winnipeg's power plant at Point du Hols, has recently been given by the United States
secretary of war, to the Minnesota
Power and Canal company, to divert
water from the Birch lake basin at
the Rainy, river watershed, Into the
St. Louis river.
The  water  taken  from  here  would
be  diverted   from  the   Winnipeg   and
Rainy    rivers    and    might    seriously
jeopardize  the  city
view   to   protecting
manner   the   board
morning   instructed	
forward to the international waterways commission a request that the
permit be held up until the effect of
the diversion on the Winnipeg river
can be estimated.
With this end in view, the city's
power engineers are now working
hard and fast to grasp the full significance of the permit and will report as
soon as possible to the city, when
more definite action  will be taken.
The amounl of water which the!
Minnesota Power and Canal company
ls given the privilege to divert ls 600
cubic feet per second. The work to
divert the water has not been started
and an early effort will be made to
protect the city.
That genuine alarm was felt by the
announcement   was  evidenced   by  the
speedy  action  of the  board  In  notifying the international  commission and'
until   the  estimates  of   the  engineers!
ls received every effort will  be made;
to postpone the work by the southern
company.    The  Birch   lake   basin   Is!
within   Minnesota,  but   Is  fed  by  the1
Rainy  and   Winnipeg  rivets.
a.m.,
until  n:
Cars leave N
couver at
S:00 a.m.,
after
Westminster t, ,. ���
���'���������<\ 6:20 ---    rT��l
am]
6:50.7
l"""r' ''all hon,
until li-.oo r
��� iaal
9-ni.
uetj
Cars
" ^w WJ
:fl(l
aa.
S'Jnday Schf
leave Vancouver
minster at 8:00 anJ
**ery   half   hour
ll:3i p.m.      I	
Cars leave N,w V,>.nil
couver at !:t0 . m.. ,M ��� ' VjI
hour thereafter until n m
thereafter
vial
Cars
a.m
Cars
Eb"rne  Line,
leave   N'e���   v>>
PH. I
i.m.
"nd **'<T hour until ii     '
ears Tanconver at '  '
every honr untu in pm
On   Siindarfi Ml,  i-,.. ���
On  StindiTd oar. it,-,.. ��
8 a.m. ,o lT9M        Vancou'��l
D.   J.   Stewart.  Local
W����tmlntt6r,
Great  Northern
"age-, Nel
Leavea
m. arrl
I.eare.
to
to : ,oo
1.26
1.26
2.00
to
Kx-
The    Fall    Fairs.
The dates of Ihe fall fairs through
the upper country i,nd coast have
heen announced as follows:
Nicola  Valley,  September   14,
Kamloops. September 28, 2it and
30.
Vernon. September 16, 16 and 17.
Armstrong, September 22 nsi 23.
Kelowna, September 20 and 21.
Salmon Arm, September 2'i and 24.
Vancouver, August 15 to 20 Inclusive.
Victoria, September 27 to October 1.
New Westminster, October 4 to 8
inclusive.
Blackberries,    %    basket,    19%
10 %  pounds.
The following are the Dominion
press companies scale of estimated
weights for billing H. ('. fruits when
shipped  In standard boxes:
Apples      4.">
Apricots, 4 carton crates  28
Cherries,  bulk    10
Cherries, 4 carton crates   28
CrabappleB       46
drapes, 4 carton crates   2a
Peaches,   hulk    20
Penis        40
| Plums,   bulk     211
I Prunes       23
Tomatoes,   bulk     2'.i
Blackberries.   2-6   crates    20
Blackberries, 4-.r> crates   30
| Raspberries, 2-.r> crates    20
Raspberries, 4-5 crates  30
Strawberries, 2-5 crates     20
Strawberries,  4-5  crates    'io
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
Fruits and vegetables not packed In
standard boxes or crates at actual
weights at time of shipment.
SUP-
B. C.
ev mj-
(Maple Leaf
Label)
In gelnlng In favor every day.   Onr ootput last year ve* double the
preceding one.   The most healthful and nutritloua of beverages.
9 THE COWAN CO., Lid.. TORONTO
Edmonton, August. 24.
Agent, Dominion Express company
here, and dealers report blackberries
arriving in good condition, but
ply far short of the demand,
large fruits are in evidence
where on these markets now.
The following is a quotation shown
me by two Jobbing houses here, from
I. S. ferry, North Yakima, this date:
Peaches, per case 40 cents f.o.b.
ploce of shipment.
Prunes in peach box, 55 cents f. o,
b. place of shipment.
At the same tltne they slated this
was a much lower quotation thin received from any other American
points nt this date, and admitted
prices quoted were generally higher
for the different varieties of fruit,
Jobbers hero complain of the difficulty of obtaining fruit from the
growers and shippers In B, C. They
state our .rowers don't appear to
know   what   varieties   and   quantities
polits.
Yours truly,
J. C. METCALFE.
Commissioner.
Spanish Strikers Give Up.
Madrid, Sept. 6.���Official advices
received here state that the coal miners who have been on strike at Bll-
boa and Saragosa are returning to
work today.
WITH    FREE    LIVE   CATTLE.
Scheme Whereby Canada Could Fight
the  Beef Trust.
Detroit, Sept. 6.���Detroit wholesale
meat dealers are much Interested
concerning an Interview with Joseph
loiter, of Chicago, in  the course of
Which the Chicago millionaire makes
a statement to the effect that Canada
is about tO lift the tailff OU live cattle, and is building an extensive
string of packing houses to take care
of cattle from the northwestern section of the Dnlted States, which will
be drawn across the border by the reduced taiiiT. Mr. Letter is quoted as
expressing the opinion that Canadians
arc aiming a death blow at the beef
trust.
Mackenzie &. Mann, the railroad
magnates, Packed by millions of
pounds nf English capital, are said
to !/>��� the men behind the project. The
three transcontinental lines of Canada
and the waterways from Port Arthur
to the coast are pointed to as offer-
lug superior transportation advantages over United states lines.
According to the interview, the
Hon. Mr, Fielding is said to have re
marke I about a year ago in a talk
with Mr. Letter: "Suppose Canada
were to lift the tariff from American
cattle on the hoof; suppose that with
our railroads and wat^rwuyi and by
building of a system of packing
houses we were enabled to taka cara
of teas of thousands of cattla from
the northern states, turn them Into
dressed beef, supply Cansda aad tha
foreign markets, and taka from tha
American beef trust Iti most Important sourca of supply, what then would
happen  to tha beef trust?"
The American is aald to have un
swered: "You would seriously cripple   if not  break, tha trust."
Mr. Fie! ling then remarked, lt ls
reported: "That Ir precisely what I
Intend to do."
Chicago packers fither deny
knowledge of the scheme or refuse to
discuss it.
^^^^^^ Railway
���N>w    Westminster
���SeattU3:05p.m.
*���***   Westminster
a. m.;   arrives Seattlj :; 15 pm
Leaves    New    Westminster
p. m.; arrives Seattle *>:*\t p n
l^ave��    .\_w   Westmlaster
a. rn.; arrives Seattlt 7:35 a
Leaves  Seattle s:or> a,
New Westmi aster 2.50
Lea������� Seattlt 12:25
New We��tmin. ter 8:
Leavas   5����ttlt.  4
Naw WrstMiiMar 9:2'
Leavea BeattU ll:4o p.m
Naw Westitiister 6:30 a.m.
��� m.
���in.;
p. III.
p.m.;
25 p. m.
36 p.m.;
27 p. m.
md
���:.i
inn
- .ii
G. N. _.���. ort Gulchon,
Leaves  New Westminster 111
bridga pas
cept   Suaday   |
station   '���',:��(>   p
Oulchoi 6..10 p
Leaves   Port
in.
Dl.
(���uie hon
arilrw a: Pi
8:
daily, except Sunday; arrirei
Westminster bridge passenger ���'.
10:20 a. m.
G.   N.   R.���Surras  Branch
Leaves   Sumas   6:00 a.tn; a
biiiifjc passenger Btatlon, New wi
minster,    10:20   a. m.   daily etect
Sunday.
Leaves   New   Westminster
passenger Btatlon 3:60 p. 111;
Sumas 8:00 p.m. dally except Sum
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTI
I
of io; n.
s
Notice is hereby given tl 11
the authority of Bectlon 59
nlclpal clauses act, tha fol
buildings aie declared to be s t
anee and dangerous to tlie pul
safety, and it li hereby ordered tj
they be pullel down ��m! rem ri
the   owner,   agent.  leSSM or I I
thereof, viz.;
On lot S, C. block 12, two boll
betweea Qardbeuse'e bakery
Hotel Russell, snd two building
shacks i.******* Cunningham
wats eonpany a store snd Hotel
sell.
On lot 1, block G , shack-
as  Cbiaaaa  lauadry  between 0
hotel aaa klacknaiith .-hop.
Oa lota 12, 13 as* 11 C. "
all baildlaea 01 ttteae lata ">
of Costaopoii'si hotel.
Oa southeast eerier
block 11, aaaall >��������>���
On lots 17. IS and 19, C. b!
small    ahaoks   al    back   of  Com
stores  facing  Columbia Street.
Oa lots 7. I, 8, and 10, C, ble
shacks oa all tlmna lots,
On lot  IS, C, block 11. three
shacks facing Columbia street.
On lot 1. C. Mock 2, snail sBies
west  aids of lot.    Two old sbacn
back of W. k. Gllley'i office
end.
On    lol   5.    C.   block   8: .,
shacks ai back of R. C. mills8 ���
On lot   6, C.   block   23, tl ���
buildings on the corner.
On wesl one half of lot -'���   ���.
23, old  "hack   fai lni   on
street.
On  lol   if. C. block
racing on Cariarvon
On lot  H.  'k l; "il1 ,l';'
ner of Clarkson  ami  Fourth
On lol 6, C, block 1
comer  Clarksol  and
On east one-half i"1 ������ L ���,m
old Chile*, laundry facing i��lJ1��
stieet.
On lot 1, C, hlock
to Royal City hotel. hgck
On custom bouse .'i|>i��re'
Columbia street. ier
And that a ��otlc�� 0  ����     ,or-
published l. both  ocalPg* o(
least   Ov. days, aad IS OSiau    ^
owner, ageo ..lessee er occupy
respective   premises   no
wilh this order withm SUCl   P
d buildlns1' "
Inwn and ��
by the corporation at ths CO   ^.
owner. In accordance wjiu       uD)j
ions of said sectloi ���'���'��� '"
clauses act." duNCAN,
City Clerk,
\\'esun|ll3te'  "
thi
Can
23, old
street.
I
I
old
Fourth
streel
bulldl
street!
block!
U.oWshac
five days, th* sal
of them be pulled
.moi
of'
pal
W. A.
Cltv   hall,   ��*
tember l. 1910.
CANADIAN  PACIFIC BAH-WA
 " August��.��
St P��.!Jiad
Oommenctag s.mda.r. -^^ ClJ
WILLIAM CONLEY
Appearinfj a*  Dood'es In "The  Burgo-naster" on  Wednesday evening.
train for Kootenay
capo will  leave at i:>-'��
'16:25.
'���   Passengers for
'Rarnet cas leave ��'
I at  Port Me������l? at
agent.
inst.'
Mood)'
%-Ai **<
PS'27.   M
srrlf
Gn'i'el Ip. ES
DAY. SEPTEMBER 7,   1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
iilY
j lone by us gives the ut-
Ist satisfaction. Ourequip-
,rt is modern. The Latest
ention in a collar and cuff
chine has been installed.
^ Economic, Prompt.
bjte labor only employed
on
NOTICE      REGULATING      VEHICLE
.TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All persons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are re-
">'';' !ted tn keep to the left hand side
"I the car track while proceeding in
either direction.
Hy order,
.1. A. RENNIE,
Acting Citv Clerk.
City Hall, Augusl  12. 1910.
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      p. o. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
loy
al City Laundry
phone  183
Capital   Paid   Up
Reserves    	
I CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.t. toast SS. Sailings
ISH IPS  FROM   VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
m   Daily
   Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
a.m    I''1'1)'
,. 11,lily except Sal ui day
	
Do you  want  to Increase your
husiness ?   Then see
AUNDER
FOR
I G N
Hi;-:n.-;  of  eery   description.
1  pi   hilly.
324 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
.$5,000,000
.$5,900,000
Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
TO UNION  AND   COMOX.
  Mondays
11 .: idays and Sat u   la;
TO   ALASKA.
i    Kvery Satui day
TO  PF.INCE   RUPERT.
.  j  Thursday and  Sat.
STEWART (Portland Canal).
    Every Thui. day
leaves  New We t min
.' m day, Wednesday and
Chilliwack 7 ii.in.
,   day    and    Saturdays
. apply to
ED GOULET,
��� -   '.  w Westminster.
O.  B.  FOSTER,
G. P. A., Vancouver.
omrLAr
11   Cedar, Fir and Hemlock
The Hank has Branches in
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific, in Cuba
throughout the island: also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, Xew Yoik
ami   London,  England.
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
UNITED STATES'
BIG PLAYGROUND
National Forests of America
Have Over Half Million
Visitors _ his Season.
*JTl~*1X\WMrW'**nw.>iw*y*a-n
First Class Air Dried Stock
if you want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your wants, our price
will suit
B. C. Manufacturing Co. -I
Phone 173    Lulu Island
ConiesnplstSng
_* ?
It so, yen will want the very host
that can be offered for your money,
nnd it doi s nol mailer what class of
Cabin Is dei h ed.
THE ROYAL LINE
will fill your wants. First, Second and
Third  Cabin accommodation  is  unex-
-   ed wl ilsl the Dining Service leaves
nothing to be desire I.
The N'exl Sailings are
Royal   George    Sept.  1
Royal Edward       Sept. 15
Royal George  Sept. 29
Royal Edward   Oct. 13
E .Goulet, agent C. P. It., will book
passage  via  these  steamers,  or
e Wm. Stapleton, general   agent,
Scott hlock. Winnipeg, Man.
V'YV nrT''iTrii^fTMnwTgiiimii~^'?nyg"*',jr57-'i=a ~a*s~-~^sr*
The Remarkable Progress of the
LGAMATED DEVELOPMENT CO.
Have been unprecedented in the history of the
Oil Industry.
Full possession to all of this Company's immense
holdings was not completed until the 20th of June
-Just two months ago.
Since that date the Company has installed machinery for two flowing oil-wells; has commenced
and is already far advanced with the construction
of a Refinery on the ground ; and has shipped Nine
Miles of piping to convey the product of their Oil
wells to tide-water.
Can this record of progress for two months be
beaten ?
The present week will see the stock of the
Amalgamated Development Co. quoted upon one
or more of the local Stock Exchanges. Watch the
RISE.
Price of Stock: One and
Two   Dollars per Share
Apply to:
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
Telephone 4327
Washington, D. C, Sept. 6.���Before
the year's outing season is over nearly  half a million  persons   will   have'
sought   recreation   and   health   in   the
national forests of tlie United States.
According to tlie record of the  (J. S. j
department   of   agriculture,   the   total
last  year   wa*,   in   close   figures,   406,
775. With the finest mountain scenery
and much of the hest Ashing and big
.nine   hunting   tn   the   l'nited   States.j
the national   forests,  made  more and i
more  accessible each   year   through
protection    and    development   by    the
government, are last becoming great
national playgrounds for the people,
The use of the forests for   recreation is as yel in its beginning, bul is
growing steadily and rapidly���in some
of  the  forests  at  the  rate of  a  hundred  per cent per annum.    The day
.seems not far distant when  a  million
pen   ns  will  annually  visil   them.
500,000   Holiday   Makers.
The records show that the Beasonal
use   of   the    forests   run    from    i .vo
months In a Colorado forest, such .-lithe   Routt,  to  twelve  months   in   an
Alaskan, such as Tongass.      But the
uses differ.    In Colorado the 2000 \ is-
itors entered   the  forest   to   flsh,  to
camp, to climb, and to drink the medi
cinal  waters;   in  Alaska the  1000 al-
mosl   solely  to  hunt and   lish.      The
21,000 persons who went Into the Coconino   forest.    Arizona,   during   nine
months, went to camp or to enjoj the
ii i   ery.    During  four  months  50,000
pei    -ns    visited    the   Angeles,   California.    The most popular of the forests   is   the   Pike,   containing   the   famous peak of that name.   The various
attractions within its limils. including
the scenic railway, drew lOff.OOO tourists and  others.    By principal  states
the national forest, visitors numbered
23,000    in    Arizona.   103,000    in    California,  140,000  in  Colorado,  19,000  in
Montana,   in.nun  in   New   Mexico.  23,-
000 in Oregon, 22,000 in Idaho, 16,000
in Utah, and 12.mm in Washington.
National    Monuments.
Of   the   natural   wonders   and   land-!
marks of interest in the national for- j
ests  several   have  heen  set  apart   as
national monuments, among them Cin-!
der Cone, a great lava basin in California;   the  Gila  Cliff   Dwellings, ex-1
tensive  remains of a prehistoric race I
in    Xew    Mexico;    tlie    unsurpassed;
Grand   Canyon    of   tlie    Colorado.    In
IArizona;   Jewel  Cave,  South  Dakota;!
.Lassen  Peak,  the terminus of a long'
line  of extinct   volcanoes  in the  Cas-|
���eades;   'be  Pinnacles,  a  collection  of!
i remarkable  jagged  peaks  in California;   and  the Tonto,  a  group of   prehistoric mins in tlie Tonto forest in
Arizona.    The big trees, Glacier park.
! the Petrified forest, the Oregon caves,
and numerous other phenomena serve
Ito-attract other hosts of visitors.
Sportsman's Paradise.
Thc sportsman finds bis paradise in
' the national forests.   In many of them
i big game abounds.    The ningers and
! the guards,  besides the service they
! perform   against   the   spread    of   fire,
often point out the best site for the
camper and tbe easiest route.   A record of  9218  miles  of trail  cut,   1236
miles of road laid out. and 4S51 miles I
of   telephone   line   strung   tells   what ]
the government has done in the way |
of pushing the conveniences of civili-
zation into the primeval forest.    Tbe
day of tbe  wilderness of the savage
and   the   pioneer  is   swiftly  passing;
the day of tbe national forests as productive   resources   and    as   national
parks approaches.   The report of last
year's administration by tbe U. S. department of agriculture evidences tbe
rapidity of the transformation.
HYPNOTISM   MAY   CURE
WOMAN   OF   DEMENTIA
City Property
We have 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 thc exclusive sale of
the very choicest, buys in the
townsite. Prices from ?SO0 to
$2000 per acre.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New  Westminster,   B.   C.
GENERAL  AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire    Insurance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
SViaiS Service
II. &  V. "States" daily except Sunday
Leave. 23:00;   Arrive at   21:00.
Vancouver,     daily     except     Sunday,
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 23:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00, IS:On.
Victoria, daily except Sunday, Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at S:30, 13:00.
B. &   V.  "States,"  daily except  Sunday;  Leave, 8:00;  Arrive at H:la.
C. &   V.    East,   daily;    Leave,   S:30,
15:45;   Anive  at   D:25,  22:30.
Sapperton,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave. S:30, 15:45;  Arrive at 9:25
and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:45; Arrive at. 'J:25.
Coquitlam,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30;  Arrive at 13:00.
Central   Park,  -daily   except   Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;   Arrive at 13:00.
Edmonds,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave,   11:00;   Arrive  at   14:00.
East Burnaby, daily except   Sunday;
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at   14:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    except    Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday;
Leave. 11:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave, 14:00;   Arrive at 10:00.
South  Westminster, Tuesday and Friday;  Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Ladner, daily except Sunday;   Leave,
14:20;  Arrive at  10:00.
Port   Guichon,   daily  except   Sunday;
Leave, 14:20;   Arrive at 10:00,
Westham   Island,   daily   except   Sunday;  Leave. 1 1:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sunday;  Leave,
14:20;   Arrive at 10:00.
Annacis   Island,   Monday,   Wednesday
and   Friday;    Leave,   ll;^u;    Arrive
at  10:00.
Annieville,    daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00,
Woodwards,   Tuesday,   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave,  14:20;   Arrive at
8:30 and 16:30.
11.   K-   V.   "Vancouver,"   daily   except
Sunday;    Leave,   14:20;    Arrive   at
11:00.
Cloverdale.     daily    except     Sunday;
Leave. 1 1:50;  Ariive at  11:0 I,
Port    Kells.    daily    except     Sunday;
Leave,  14:50;   Arrive at  11:50.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday.   Friday
and   Saturday;   Leave,   14:50;   Arrive at 11:00.
Tynehead.     Tuesday     and     Friday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at  11:00.
Burnahy  Lake, daily except Sunday;
Leave. 16:00; Arrive at 15:15.
B. fr S. "States," daily except Sunday;
Leave, 15:45; Arrive at 15:15.
******************************************************,
AT ALL
PRICES
\ Sponges and
\ Toilet Soaps
I RyaWs Drug Store \
t EYES  TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS. ���
*********+*******************************************���
r
l
Berlin. Sept. 6.���Hypnotism is being successful i/ed to restore to sanity Frau von Schonebeck Weber, tbe
notable figure of the Allenstein garrison tragedy. During her long-drawn-
out trial on a charge of complicity in j
the murder of her first husband. Maj.
von Schonebeck, by her lover, Capt.
von Cohen, she became demented.
She has been living in a private
nursing home during the last month,
and under the supervision of a leading German nerve physician, Prof.
Lulenburg, says she has been daily
hypnotized. The resull of the "suggestion" to which she has heen subjected is remarkable, and the physicians slate that after twelve months'
complete rest they have no doubt that
the formerly demented woman will be
completely cured.
Her present husband, Herr Weber,
is a well-known author, to whom she
was married in London.
CHEAP HOME I
6-Room House, between Queens
and Third Ave., close in. Price
$1575, if sold at once.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie
609 Columbia Street
The^New Westminster City Specialists
:K
..-
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
lt
FLOUR
FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6,50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT 8TREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone S33.
J
********************.*********************************
Weekday Schedule
5l& Hastings Street, West
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room 6, Guichon Building.
Phone  681
:20,
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth  Avenue
'new Westminster'    :
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at  5:50,  6:20,  6:50,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return Fare:   Adults, 60c;   children under 12, 35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 9 a. m. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p.  m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:  Return fare. 50c; children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
* CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
* City  Limits  L'ne���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
f* Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
t Sapperton   Line���20-mlnute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
* Sunday   Service���20-mlnute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
! B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
B- C.   *********************.*************>******************** PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
,4:;i ��li
I
Shooting!
If you buy your Ammunition from us, you
will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
Anderson & Lusby
. COLUMBIA STREET.
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me,
My SXAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMAN'S DEPENDABLE NON-
CURLING FILMS with you and you
can enjoy every moment of this year's
vacation all over again at any time.
KODAKS from $10 up.
BROWNIES from ?1 to $12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial  Exhibition tiiis 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.
'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.
���:.������.-::=������=;:���������#������##���*���*���:�������� **c**'--**v***** #������#������#������#���
iCitt News?
* *
SEPTE?.
BER
e Are Now Occu
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623  Hamilton St., or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cle.ining, Sewer Connecting. Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
MUiR'S
DRUG STORE
in the
Deane Block
Four doors east of the Hank of
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City .Market
on
Columbia St.. No. 441.
New We��tmlntter, B. C.
G. Alers Hankey, of Vernon. B.C.,
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers
at Tidy's store.    Phone 184. **
There will he a meeting'*of the city
directors of the U. A. &. 1. society in
the secretary's office, Thompson
block, at eight o'clock on Friday
night.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenkause.
R 208. **
In the provincial police court yesterday, Nakumura, a Jap, was lined
$5 and costs for trotting his horse
over the Westminster bridge. He explained that he was hurrying to see
a sick friend at Tynehead at the time,
but Magistrate Pittendrigh fined him
just the same.
Bargains in all lines at Fales', the
reliable furniture dealer. **
The long vacation being over, the
registrar's and sheriff's office in the
court house are now opened till four
o'clock. They have been closing at
two for the past two months.
We make fir and cedar doors and
windows; Walsh Sash and Door Factory.   Phone 413. **
The advance sale of seats for "The
Burgomaster," which appears at the
opera house tonight, has heen gratifying, especially so as this is tlie first
show of the 11)11 season.
You can get    porch columns    and
balasters  turned   while yon   wait    at
the Walsh  Sash    and Door factory.
Phone 413. **
Sasaki, the Jap accused of wounding a fellow countryman at Aldergrove in June, will come up for trial
on Saturday.
Look into the show window of
Fales' furniture store today. **
The funeral of the late Wilfred
Reginald Rickman wiil take place this
morning from the residence of the
parents. Second street, to Holy Trinity
cathedral.
Davies greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.    Phone R 208. **
The funeral of Leonard Ernest Hut-
ton, the four-year-old son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles B. Hutton, of Burnaby,
who died on Monday, will take place
at. four o'clock this afternoon to the
Odd Fellows' cemetery.
Window frames    made    while    you |
wait at the Walsh Sash und Door Factory.    Phone 413. **
Half a do/.en B. C. E. H. workmen |
worked  all   last  night tearing  down!
the old  power    poles    on    Columbia
stieet.
Harry Tidy and Everett Goulet have
returned from Seattle, where they
purchased 250 pairs of roller skates,
they needing this equipment for the
Pythian roller rink, wllich they will
dflOTtts .]_*. .?<?. sorij   Th?   rink    Will
There was no change in the forest
fire situation yesterday, the cold damp
weather keeping all tlie smoldering
flres under control. /
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. **
Wanted: Small furnished house
September 15 or October 1, by young
couple who can give unquestionable
references. Write A. V., care this
paper. **
G. E. Corbould and Mrs. Corbould,
of Third avenue, have returned from
a summer's visit to Europe. The
visited England, Scotland, Belgium
and France. In London they met H.
M. Stramberg on his way to Heldle-
berg and In Edinburgh they met Ii.
McPherson. Vancouver's postmaster.
Mr. and Mrs. Corbould came back ln
time for their daughter's wedding,
which will take place this afternoon.
The marriage of Miss Vera Corbould to H. V. Ardagh, of High River.
Alberta, will take place at two o'clock
this afternoon in St. Barnabas' church.
Hotel Man Seeks Divorce.
Winnipeg, Sept. 6.���William Kurth,
manager of the Royal Alexandra
hotel, resigned his position Saturday
and left for Reno, New, where he
joins the divorce colony, to seek
separation from his wife, which only
requires four months' residence before proceeding. Sidney Detlor succeeds as manager. A prominent young
stock actress who figured in theatrical
circles here a year ago. is said to he
interested in the case. Kurth has
been connected with the C. P. R. hotel
system for the last fifteen years, and
is well known to the travelling public.
Our New Addition
Oar floor space is much enlarged. We hope that in a few days everything
will be completed so that we will be able to serve our customers to the best
possible advantage.
We are busy rearranging and adjusting the stocks of all departments/
We trust that under the new arrangements, shopping here will be a pleasure,
Our efforts will be to make our customers feel at home in all their dealings
with this store.
In a few days more we expect to have our complete new stock marked of!
and on display in the various departments. You will find plenty here to
interest you.   Watch our advertisements.
The Public
Supply Stores
be thrown    oven about
week in October.
tlie   secos4'
First Showing of New
Fall Coats
The  announcement   regarding the arrival of the new fall coats will  be welcome news to many cua
tomers who have been awaiting their coming.   The models now on display   Indicate  with  absolute   certainty the trend of fashion for this season.   Our coats were personally selected in lhe    European   anl
Eastern  fashion centres.    Materials most in evidence are flne broadcloths,  heather  mixtures,    ill
weaves in light and dark colors and colored  tweeds.    Those now  shown   are   full     length    and    cut in
graceful lines that conform to the figure with neatness and gracefulness.    Each coal is perfectly tailored, lining and trimmings are first class.    We cannot here enter Into any detailed description of an;
the garments, but extend an imitation to every woman to \isit the coat section and examine the entli
display.
Hundreds of New Dress
���kirts Now Ready
Here aj tin we announce our readiness in serve In the showing  of the newesi   models  In
dress skirts.   Vou will find these in the new Bectlon now occupied for the litsi  time by    the   n
fear section.
FRANCE   AFTER   PRICE   RAISERS.
Cabinet Resolves to Punish Speculation Affecting Cost of Living.
Paris, Sept. C>.���The Increased cost
of living, especially for the working
classes, has induced the government
to take an exceptional decision. At
a conference held at the ministry of
the interior M. Briand. premier and
minister of the interior, presiding, it
was resolved to institute proceedings
where proof is obtainable of unlawful speculation tending to artificially
increase the prices of the necessaries
of life.
lt. was further decided to take action on any conduct which, while not
legally punishable, may result in in-
lerfering with the ordinary course of
supply and demand.
'THE   BURGOMASTER.
Of course of all the first-class attractions scheduled to appear at the
Opera house, none will he welcomed
more generously than "The Burgomaster" with thai sterling actor Ous
C. Weinburg as Peter Stuyvcsant, the
old governor of New Amsterdam,
which appears tonight. Pixley and
Luder have written many musical
successes, namely: "Prince of Pil-
sen." "King Do lo." "Woodland" and
"Grand Mogul," but it was in the
greatest of all these, "The Burgomaster" that, they scored their first
great and everlasting triumph. The
piesent season's offering is the new
edition of this musical masterpiece
and Manager Cullen has given it a
sumptuous  mounting.
Barrels cf
Good Things
you    gee when    you
our     grocery     store.
are what
visit
Choice brands cf everythlaj
ls what we supply you and at
prices often charged for inferior articles.
You'd Laugh
to know how much of good
cheer could be charged up to
us. That's because what we
sell is guaranteed, both fresh
and pure and helps drive
away the blues. Dyspepsia
don't, linger long in any
household that we supply
with groceries. Good-bye,
come again.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Surrey
Sec. 7-8, Twp.
2. Per Acre. .
$65.00
************************************************
*
\ Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE VOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Btreets 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.
**********
Here's an opportunity
extraordinary: 360 acres
of good land all subdivided into small tracts.
Good long terms. These
are for men who act
when action means profit.
Yale   Road Acreage
Forty Acres of superb
chocolate loam at the
junction of the Yale and
Hall's Prairie Roads.
This is a mile from the
B. G. Electric, one mile
from the Great Northern
and right in the midst
of land bringing .175 to
$200. For a few days,
and to assure a quick
turn, we are authorized
to offer tyis at $125 an
Acre with terms to suit
most anybody.
REID, CURTIS
& DORGAN
706 Columbia  St.        Phone 466
Opening Night, Monday,  Sept. 12th
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEW$:

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.nwdn.1-0317322/manifest

Comment

Related Items