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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
,'���tapd*rfl   Make  $5, P?f   ^Otith.
WHITE, SHELES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER..
CENTS.
(AILING FOR TENDERS
10 CLEAR PORT MANN
Lots Across River Are to Be
placed on Market Next
Spring, Says A. D. McRae
A
i heavi
Mann
lef.t
0   Mcllae, one of the men most
ly Interested with Mackenzie arid
In the townsite of Port  Mnnn,
.. of his connection    with    the
I Canadian Northern Pacific railway
1 ,!,,|,' the announcement yesterday afternoon  that  tenders  are  now  heing
ll(,,l for the clearing of the site of
the future city and that the work of
getting everything in readiness for
l|1{, subdivision of Port Mann 18 to he
ru.,,.a fiom now on.
Xbe auction sale of city lots is to
tiKe place early next spring.
In the meantime the town will be
laid out. streets graded, a water sys-
,e!;i installed, narks and squares
���tanned and every provision made for
. greal and beautiful city���the finest
ind DtOBt promising ready-made town
elP,v placed on the market.
Mr. McRae was not prepared to
niarx- anv announcement as to the
mice ��hich lots in Port Mann would
,eU t r, hut the figure will probably
be about the same as ls now asked for
acreage in the vicinity of the railway
townsite.
A large number of Vancouver real
estate men were in tlie city yesterday
Investigating Port Mann propositions.
In :i number of cases short time option? were taken, hut owners of pro-
lerty in that district are not at all
anxious to transact husiness. except
on u liist payment system.
auspicious opening      rROZEN BAIT USED
OF COLUMBIAN COLLEGE
Record     Number    of   Students
Study at Institution This Year-
Active Work Commences.
Will
TO CATCH HALIBUT
���������������������������������������������������
Aylesworth May Resign.
Ottawa, Sept. 14.���It is persistently rumored here that
lion. A. P. Aylesworth will resign as minister of justice on
1 Is let urn from Europe. Jusrice
Mabee, chairman of the hoard
li railway commissioners. Is
mentioned as his most likely
��� . sor.
Over one hundred students weie en-
roiled for the fall term when the
doors of Columbian college opened
yesterday morning, this number heing the largest for any opening day.
Before the end of the year it is expected to have over one hundred resident students, in addition to a large
number of non-resident students. The
largest number of resident Students
at any previous term was sixty-five.
'I wenty-slx Indies ancl about fifty men
weie enrolled in addition to ahout
thirty outside pupils, this heing easi.y
double the number of any previous
year.
Law und resident students were
registered and enrolled in the junior,
high school, matriculation, hist year
arts, second year arts, thiid year arts.,
music and commercial departments.
Pupils in the theological and household science departments will he enrolled on October 1,
Students from all parts of the province and from Alherta and Saskatchewan were in attendance. The commencement of class work will take
place today. President Dr. Sipprei)
will deliver his opening address this
morning.
The male students in residence
were addressed yesterday by Professor \V. A. GifTord, Professor H. L.
Mori ison, and Kev. \V. A. Sipprell.
The lady students were addressed by
Miss  Evans, lady  principal.
The commercial class, which is one
of the largest the college has ever
had, will he In charge of Professor A.
I-;. Etherington.
Supplementary examinations in arts
are now going on at the college under
the direction of Kev. C. \V. Brown.
The athletic work an.l the college
societies will be organized early next
| week.
Steamer Roman Comes in
With 270,000 Pounds of
Fish���Record Catch.
AUSTRALIA TO HELP    Manitoba government
MANUEACTURE Of RAILS   PLANS Blfi mmm
Eclipsing its previous record by
3d,00U pounds, the halibut steamer
Human, commanded by Captain Ror-
vlk, came in yeslerday evening with
270,000 pounds of fish, setting a mark
thai easily distances any previous
cargo of fresh halibut brought into a
British Columbia port. The ciew only
fished for fhe and a naif days, but
had exceptional luck duiing that tine,
having struck a particularly rich lis. -
ing ground and being favored with
line  weather the  whole time.
Has Made Nineteen TripS.
When the Roman came In yesterday
evening she completed her nineteenth
voyage in the halibut industry on tills
coast. The average catch of the
Roman has been a trifle under 14o,-
ooo pounds. Figuring on that h..sis
the Roman has brought to Westmi,i-
ster over two and a half million
pounds of halibut in about six months
Fishermen Make Money.
The crew of the halibut boat are
paid according to the catches made.
This last trip was a money maker for
the fishermen, as $11700 will be divided
among them as a result, the rate of
pay being a cent a pound
Bonus For Home Product or
Tax on Outside Goods Proposed���Domestics Scarce
Melbourne, Sept. 14.���The steel
rails used lor the construction and
renewal of Australian railway systems
mve come largely from the United
States hitherto. Now a change is
probable. An order for 10,000 tons
as just been placed at Litbgow, near
Sydney, by the New Soutu Wales government.
This is the first order of its kind
and is evidence of a desire to support
the local industries of the Commonwealth.
Concurrently, it is announced that
a heavy bonus will be given or a
tariff Imposed with a view to aiding
the home manufactury of rails.
The domestic servant problem is so
acute here that the government has
turned its attention to it. Domestic
help is growing scarcer every day,
while all the facto: ies are crowded
and piece work is heing done outside
at sweating rates. Good wages are
ottered, yet nothing seems to tempt
girls to offer themselves for household work.
The government of the state of Victoria, after urgent lepresentations on
the question of "empty kitchens" lias
New Parliament Buildings Proposed-
Agricultural    College    to    Ee
Transferred to St. Vital.
EIRE SITUATfTl
SLIGHT! IIMPROVED
Winnipeg , Sept. 14.���Unconfirmed
officially, but doubtless substantial!)
correct, is un announcement made by
a local paper that the Manitoba government has bought five hundred
acres in St. Vital, fronting on the Hed
river, two and a half miies from the i
city  limits, for  $175,000.
The   provincial  agricultural   college
will  he  transferred  there    froai    lis i
present location on the banks of   the!
Assiniboine.    The old buildings, which
were  only  erected   a  few  years  ago, |
will be utilized for various provincial
institutions,    notably    the
Flames Did Not Make Much
Progress Yesterday���New
Outbreaks Reported.
Although forest fires are still burn-
fng fiercely all around the city, the
situation did not grow any worse yesterday and on the soutli side of the
river it was reported to be considerably improved. No further damage,
of great importance was reported.
Tlie  fire which  was yesterday    reported to be near Crescent is stated
by Mayor Lee to be about two miles
. from the cottages theie. He and some.
provincial j otber owners of villas spent Tuesday
���-      ��� ;���     ---    Deat  """'night on the scene.   He said that   the
| Dumb institute, which will put on the flre was ��� } distance off and not
market the very valuable Portage buruing in llis direction but. all
avenue property now occupied by it. (tlrrouf.1. the night he could hear the
Further It is understood that the wadding of the mighty llames and
government will proceed to the ereojtlie crash of the trees aa they {e��� ln.
tion on new property ot the parlla- to the seething furnace,
ment buildings in keeping with the Mayo]. Lfce states th.(t al.0.dnd the
importance of the province. Manitoba  cottageB at crescent and Ocean Park
far behind tlie
in that respect bein_
other three  western  provinces.
FINE   LECTURE.
Canon of Westminster Abbey Gives
Address on Famous Church.
Tliose who missed hearing Canon
Jocelyrr Perkins give his lecture on
Westminster Abbey in St. George's
hall   last   night   will probably never
The Hornan came in from the flsh-'introduced  a  new education  bill    In ������,,    ,������,.   ,..���...      r ,
ing grounds   in    twenty-eight    hours. I eluding   a  special   curriculum   provid- have the opportunity of listening   to a
travelling at the rate of twelve knots  ing  for  the Instructing of    girls    iu more lucid an.l interesting history of
^^m^^^^^^^^     ��� the grand old church.
*******************
: CANADIAN NORTHERN MEN
ACTIVE AT EORT LANGLEY
an hour, one knot less than the boat's  household duties
best speed.    No other halibut    boat,]
j Canadian or American, can approach
'the  Hornan  in  swiftness    whilo    Engineer Kelly remains in charge of the
speed  machines.
Frozen  Herring Used.
Owing to the difficulty of securing
bait  at    this    season    of  the    year,
frozen herring was used on this   last
trip.    The  experiment  proved  a  success,   rhe   halibut   not   realizing   they
were being tricked with cold storage
goods  until  too  late.    Last   year  the
B,  C.   Packers  put   seventy    tons    of
BENCH GRADE PROBLEM
IS TACKLED DY ALDERMEN
City Fathers Are Shown Around Sixth
street by  Engineer Blackman���
No Decision  Reached.
The lecture was both historical and
; descriptive and illustrated by a large
selection  of  views of the  abbey. The
attendance  was not as good as    the
lecture merited.
Canon Perkins is minor canon of
Westminster Abbey, and what makes
his visit here specially Interesting is
the fact that in Kngland he Is secretary of the association of the diocese
of  Westminster and  Kootenay.
I"
I fl
| ra ���
mar
Fashionable Wedding.
wedding pf interest to Westmln- Two   Hundred   Men   Employed
Paul"
society took place in St. Paul's
ch, Vancouver; yesterday after-
. when Mits Minota Stevens he-
the bride of .1. E. Allen, formerly
iger of the local branch of the
hern Crown hank, and rrow count 'ed with K .1. Fader, of this city.
The Lord Bishop of Westminster per-
formed the ceremony. The bride, who
��as given away by her brother, A.
Stevens,   was   attended     by     Miss
Dorothy   Webster,   while   D.   C.   Tuck
supported   the   groom
in   Immediate Vicinity���Railway Com.
pany Euys Land for $25,000.
herring in cold storage for use as bait \
when   the   fresh   lish   was   no   longer
obtainable.    It  is expected to use all]
this before spi ing.
May Secure New Boat.
So satisfied  are the  B.  C  Packers
with  the success  which  has attained
the opera-inn of the Hornan I '.,'
fettgotiatlons are now orr for the seeur-
[ing of another boat of the same type,
j which would alternate trips  with the
Roman. The new boat is to he
'brought out from England, but in the
��� leantlme it is probable the B. C. P.
will be pressed into service.
COUNTY COURT DEALS
WITH TRIVIAL CASES
The Canadian Northern is actively
proceeding with its work at Fort
Langley and the immediate vlclnl y,
having a camp at West's farm :.. d
another at Glen Valley, uborrr iwo
i*. ���.. ...v.. hundred men being employed In the
Gavin Davis building of trestles, bridges, laying of
and A. K. Bull acted as ushers. After ties, etc. Additional equipment was
tbe ceremony a reception was held at taken up this week and the work is,
the residence of George II. Webster, to be rushed ahead even more rapi lly
1180  Broughton  street,  Mr. and  Mis. I that  hitherto.
Alien leaving later for Halifax. N. S.,      A. W. McLeod, the insurance agent,      ����������   ��� --���
Mi    Allen's  home,  where  the  honey-' who  was in the district on  business , fer montl> and costs against the   de
moon will be spent.    On their return  yesterday, reports that the Canadian""" ant
heie Mr. and Mrs. Allen will take up  Northern   lias   bought   about   twenty.
J.  S.  Clute  flve acres of land in the townsite of
1 Langley. paying ln the neighborhood
of $26,000 for the property, which is
only a short distance from the river.
The   C. N.    H.   line   is surveyed
the
Aldermen Gray. Jardine Gilley and
Johnston got moie li. ht on rhe bench
grade system as applied to city stieets
when they went on a tour of Inspection yesterday morning witli City
Engineer .1. W. P>. Mack. urn.
The party went up Sixt.i street and
the engineer explained to the aldermen how the proposed scheme would
cut off several fe3t here and lesult in
the addition of several feet theie.
The council seems to agree that up
LABOR NEN WISH TO SEE
TROUBLE WITH B.C.E.R. END
W
Dodd    Suggests    Calling    Public
Meeting to Bring City and Company   Into  Harmony.
At the    regular    meeting    of    the
there is some fine timber. On his
own place, there Is sonre good fir and
cedar and he also has some of the
finest maples in the district.
Semiahmoo Houses Burned.
J. R. Grant, who went to Crescent
on Tuesday, returned yesterday and
reported that several houses on the
Semiahmoo road had been burned.
Particulars as to the extent of the
damage or the names of the sufferers
could not be learned,
i The White Rock fire is practically
the same as It was yesterday and is
under control unless a gale springs
up. Yesterday a man was put on to
help Rowe, who has been doing heroic
work by himself.
I Hunter's mill at Hazlemere, which
was reported to have been burnel to
the ground yesterday, is now reported
as being safe. Practically no more
property losses were reported yesterday and so far there has not been a
single life lost. A report circulated
yesterday that the Morrison children
at Hazlemere had lost their lives
proved incorrect.
i    Besides the load of ties which the
B. C. E. H. lost near Sullivans on Monday, the company lias also nad a pise
of ahout aUO poles burned. Along their
right   of   way   about   twenty     oi    uio
standing poles were burned, but weie
not   sufficiently   damaged   to   he   beyond   repair.    The  loss  to  t'.-.e  com-
pauy  will be iu tne neighborhood of
$4000.    The train serv.ee to Lingley
yesterday was run on  time, tne    line
|being temporarily    repaired    on    tne
charred poles.
James
i     ...v. ~~   ���     I .   ,   , ., ,i    Dominion     Timber     Agent
I as far as Agnes street any such sys j Trades   and   Labor  council   yesterday Leamy   went   through   yesterday    to
tem would be impractiable, but above  evening.  Delegate  W.  Djdd   reported i hazienrere to  inspect  tire  flies
that something might be done. ^^^^^^
The following sases have already
been disposed of in the county court:
Sue Chee vs. Hop Lee. No order;
costs assessed to defendant.
Biggar vs. Cameron.   Order for $10
| that work on the B. C. E. R. car shops'tried to get through on Tuesaay
^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^_,   ���������            was  forced  to  turn  back  beroie
looking after his  summer home, and   '""' '~'~~*. ~~"    " *      .... 'reached his destination.    He    is
did not return in time    to   Join    the  Wg*^^��S!sVw^- 85 Btruct,nB the fi,e ,an8e''S in *"
party.    1, is his opinion that the com^^co^e^nce^en^tg. cltyftrlot ag tometho.!s_or. procedure.
He sug-
pro-
city
He
hue
ho.
in-
cLa-
thelr
h  u-e
residence    In  the
on Sixth avenue.
At New Orleans in  1914.
Montreal      Sept.      14���The     next,     	
Ku 1 a isUc congress on this continent through  the  heart   of  the  town
will be heW at New Orleans, probably lines running through Townes hotel.
h1914     This    was    the    statement  which will shortly have to be moved
i.ide today by Cardinal Gibbons just  or torn down. ^
before his departure   for   Baltimore.'
Nexl year's congress and those of the WOULD
two succeeding years
Euro] e.
I tend. nt.
Millard   	
for $5 a month and costs against ae- ��� "y^^-ge   up    and   down
fondant. streets were of most Importance north
In  the other cases dates  were s^t ^'!fn^���!;* " reet
for The hearing.    Some of them have of Columbia street.
will be held in
il'in
Turn Down Validation Plan,
mdon, Sept.  14.���At today's   con-
ice of the bankers int 'tested    In
cotton  trade  It   was decided  that
were unable to accept the valida-
1 lan submitted by
parisons  made  between  Seattle    and i ��� ��� .
New Westminster at the last council  Wil>' company not resulting in a bet-
meeting hardly fitted the case, for he ter understanding between the two, a
^B pointed out that In the American city  P"bllc  mfetln8  8houlAd be    <.'lle'    t0
���. ���  . ,  ��i,_ ���mM ������.���,. m.,.,... ty,.. imtViptiint  discuss the matter.   A committee con-
vs. Stevens:    Order granted  the cioss streets were the important    ...        . ..,  n ,,      . .,���...,. V(,,.���,.
aronth and costs aealnst de- ones and deserving of first consider;'.- sisting of \\   Dodd and Messrs. Feigu-
ana costs against ae   ^ ^ ^    .^ son     ��� Chrl8lle was nanied t0 follow
up the suggestion
The council went on record as opposed to the dismissal of Civic Arr.'itor
Cotsworth by the city council.
The proposed entertainment of the
Canadian Manufacturers' association
by the city council in the near future
^^^^^^_^^^^^^^_^__ u^.,"**-m  ..v. -   was also the subject of a protest.
^^^^^ that early In December Mrs. Summer the railway commission to connect its'    The  janitor of the  Labor Temple,
SELL   KNOWLEDGE   OF    j Clarke, of Peoria. 111., will marry Col- line with the Na'lonal Trnnscontinent-  who recently asked to have his name
POWER   SUPPLY   FOL   $2000 umel J. J. Harrison, the explorer and  al railway two miles from the Quebec  removed from the list of union men,
discoverer of pigmies in the Congo.      bridge. , was ordered dismissed.
already been settled out of court.
Explorer Harrison to Wed.
London.  Sept.  14.���It is announced
C. N. R. Gets Connection Permit.
Ottawa,   Sept.    14���The    Canadian
Northern has been given authority by
Edmonton, Sept. 14.���The commissioners devoted the greater part of
their time at yesterday's meeting to
the discussion of methods to he adopted to secure greater elllcieruy in the
-r  several     depart ments     of     municipal
Th Aeire'lean ! work  by  bringing this  work  of ecah
Bankers'    association.    The    deWof the ^^l^^^-J^
was reached after a prolonged discus-  der the supervision ol the
i      by    representative   bankers   ol  body
Ei. :.m i an.l (he continent.
EXHIBITION OFFICES
MOVED TO QUEENS PARK
The East Pins Its Faith To These Boys
In Coming Struggle For The Minto Cup
^=*p
Robert II. Palmer wrote stating
that he had knowledge of the locution of hydraulic power suitable for
the requirements of the city. The
fall referred to he stated, is approximately an eighty-foot' fall with a sufficient body of water to generate what
he describes us "enormous" power.
Full Information was offered to the
city in consideration of the sum of
$2000, to be paid to the writer ln the
event of the city takin���; steps to put
this information to practical  use.
The terms of the letter were considered too vague to Justify an action
on the part of the commissioners, who
���.. ! seemed  to be somewhat skeptical of
tne  office  of  the  manager  of  the? the value of the offer.     The   matter
Incial exhibition will be at the ex ^"^
R. A
. & I. Business to Be Transacted
from   Fair   Grounds���Entries
Close  September 24.
was left with Commissioner Bouillon
to make further enquiries of the
writer.
Mbltion grounds from now until the
finish of the fair,    \estei.uiy an   Um
office paraphernalia, entry forms, etc., -      -   ���.   H   suoerlor.
were movTd from the   office    in the Canadian Method .Super e.,.^
rhompson block to Queens park, and Copenhagen,   Hept.i
oday   everything   will   be   ready   for 0f    the    special[ Danish  ��
business there. whloh lllU1- ,       ,. ���.   .olieding and
, The office wlll  be located In   the the Bystem of packbj. ��gJ^^
Industrial building and all  business transporting meat ana w * "     tte
connected with the exhibition win he Bay that the �������m�� \
conducted  there.    The  old   office   L>  Unite,   ff^,,1'  ^ ��� SS those In
"ic Thompson block will be kept open cleanliness and    is paw
f01' the    transaction    of Mr.  Keary's everyday practicejn
PJlvate business and for the receipt. Canonized.
'' names of all those who have rooms | Worn an to __Cardlnal   Van-
'�� let during exhibition week. I    Montreal    bep'���     p d        t the (llg.
>trles still continue to crowd  In nntelli presided yesteroay ^
���� the office, and as the time for the Interment of the boay ��
"rtrta, Coses on September .4, there  t^^^JfflSW of Notre
"11 Probably   be   a great   rush for a der   ��' *e    "������ onUed today.
a Fires on C. P. R.
Fires were reported yesterday from
Hammond, Haney, Stave river and.
Pitt river. This is all on Dominion,
government territory and small force*
of men are doing their best to chocrc.
the flames. Particulars of these rues
are lacking, the rangers being toa
busy to report.
Roads Suffer Most.
As far as can be learned most of:
the damage up to date Iras been dona
to roads in Surrey. Skid roads, plank,
roads and corduroy roads have been,
burned badly in all sections and it.
will take thousands of dollars to replace what has beea done. Tke culverts and small bridges are burnel
out in many places.
���^ esterday  afternoon  a  fresh    outbreak was reported from Maple Ridge,
but the extent of the lire csuld net be.
learned.   Men arc lighting It.
Condition Improving,
Altogether yesterday   provided    no/
fresh \ictoiies for the flames-   ln all
sections of tne district they s.-<i:ii to
be   lai.ly   well   under  control  anu  urr-
.ess something unfoiseen happens, the;
wcist ls now 0'. er.
REID RElOiiTtD SEEN
NEAR WICKERSHAM, WASH.
Seatt'e Man Telegraph. Police Officers.
Here Concerning Whereabouts ot
Suspected Murderer.
Second
few
days.
i der   ot tne    ^*jUf,.*.*....
i Dame, who wlll be canonized today.
THE NATIONAL LACROSSE TEAM, CHAMPIONS OF THE N. L. U. FOR  1910.
, ,. .   ...I,..   u-irKt row   seated. Du.sault, Clement. Lalonde, L'Heureux and Dulude.   ������|i_i wire, dui now m* _i��k*j ������� ����-
Reading from left to tight,   first row. ���"��       ���      Lamoureux, Uoullane.    Beauchamp,    Secours,    Cattarlnlch,  u,g   in   the   matter   ha* OOk Vmp*.
The police are at last on the track
of a clue whi eh may lead to the arrest
of Reid, the suspected Clayburn murderer. Yesterday Constable Hutchinson received a telegram from a man.
by the name of Durham, presumably
a police officer in Seattle. The wire,
rarr as follows:
"Have information from sheriff's
officers at Mount Vernon that Reid.
was seen near WIckersham. Wire orders to Du'-ham, Paiuce hotel, Seattle.
The Informant was evidently not ln
touch with the members or tiie search
party, as the wire was addressed to
O. J. Wllkie, who Is at present with
the searchers.
Constable Hutchinson notified Chief
. Murray ia Vancouver of the receipt of
j the wire, but how tb* police are act- t>
i'
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PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER
15,
Classified Advertisements  REAL
WANTED.
WANTED���A  GENERAL   SERVANT,
must   I e able  to d    i lain  cooking.
Itoyal avenue.	
WANTED���LOAN OF J2500 OX 1M-
pioved city prop* t: b< fore Oi I I er
1.   Wi lie Bos i'. K . Ne as offic ���.
estate MERCENARY SPIRIT
EXTANT lfi CANADA:
WANTED���A  WAITRESS A.T ONCE.
Premier hotel.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451   Co.r.rr.bia   St.
New Westminster, 3. C.
Branch Office      -"     -      Kamloops. B.C.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
s. i rail It land.   Prii e $125 | cr acre;
e and ble to do. it will nol surprise aa If the
trv neighbor   in   question   should   try   to
,"SSSdZ3.fcSE|S��.   over   and   .dbble   her   weal,
^ing   to   follow   Henry     Hudson's withoul so much as a by-your-leave
H  |g E :,. to pn Met that I
millions of dollars In esploltln
developing tbe  I     - �� - Bay com
;
one third   -
two years.
balance
one    and
(204-A.) |
Leives  $2.000 000   Estate...
ill be at rush of  rresponsible killers Leaves *.
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  k".:::.\.SS';  ���   ��� ..���.���- - ����� ,:im,. i.if.. ,...,,���.,. s���.
Colonel Merritt, Speaking In -J-*         :    '.  SSSC
Winnipeg, Deplorea Lack U&-�� r.S|S.r!T.T^���."S,'S
of Appreciation of Militia. 7.Z bl" "" l"""< * """"
WAN! ED���DRESSMAKING, GO OUT
by the day or at home. Experienced   ,	
and  &ood  Qt.    328  Eighth Btreet. THIRTY ACRES in section 36, block
acres
Winnipeg, Sept. 14.���Colonel Hamilton Merritl  gave the flrsl formal lec-
WANTED, Vf.  SEPTEMBER 18, CAP-
able woman or girl a* general help,
;.; le to do plain < i ting pn ferred. I
S eep :.' me.   Aj ply Mrs, B. S. Kennedy, 418 Eighth street. 	
WANTED ��� A SMALL FURNISHED   FIFTY   acres   In   section
bi  ise September 15 or   October 1.1
by yo ing i oui le who can give   un-j
questionable leferences.   Wiite   A.'
V., care this paper. __
WANTED���TENDERS TO BUILD    A
sis    roomed    house    (labor    only).
Plans  and  particulars    from    Jo1 i
, Lord   Celvin school.
5 north   ranee 1 west, twentj   .
ew house undi rrn;   ture before the I ilitary institute lasl
od   ivater.    Price $270 ier    acre,  night.    He  gave  arr   exhaustive   ac-!
Terms ' over     eighteen     months, count of rhe system on   military   ser-
(175-A.) vice prevailing in Australia and New
 . - Zealand.    Colonel   Ruttan   introduced
the lecturer to a small but representative audience.
After stating thai his criticism wns
direct.' I  against   ti.e system and  n it
He went on   ts
ecEai sui Be Merry!"
Slop starving yourself���stop suffering tke pangs cf Indigestion-
worrying about what ycu dare and dare not eat.
Eat hearty meals of wholesome food, take
32. b'ock 5
north, range - west. X. VV. D.; ah
, ; ui |y the b st subdividing proposition in Port Mann district today. Why? The terms a:e one- against indi
fifth cash, and the balance over s
TEN YEARS, with interest al 6 per
cent. (221-A.)
.   3    WANTED    TO
fruit canners ���    '
WORK    IN
F\ont si eet.
JAPANESE BOY, CAN COOK AND
speak Englla . wan i | sitlon. Appi    P. O. 1 . ���    ������       	
TEN acres, being lot 6. section 27,
block 5 n ' . ai 2 west, N'.W.D.,
on i i ��� Vale ro rd. $8i 0 per acre;
$25 0 ��� : 3h, '
en mi at 7 per a n
ten    . (222-A.)
SURREY
"In view of Sir John French's visit
and report on the Canadian militia]
rhe somewhat earliei visit and repo I
i Lord Kitchener on Australia and
New Zealand becomes of considera ile
Interest We might well
��� ach I   ind in 11 e com trj   he ed
I what we might expect  from the I   o
Lord    Kitchener  found     in
lia   .    people   anil    ted   by   a I
id   feeling    ol    patrl
ou! ! i'e willing to go to t
n -      i . end the er plre
,f wl i. Genei
WANT! D   IMMEDIATELY���  TI!  I
'  . ironen    and   :eo ACRES or the Scott road within
.  , -' .     ' N<      V
.    ;.       ,.....,:���       i rer i
I   eighteen j ^nt 1 1
i    ��� estigate this.    (20S- on the part
__ ������ the people to
10 ACRES in  northwest    quarter    ol
l-;���*..'
and you'll feel like a new person. Sour stomach���heartburn���
occasional indigestion ��� chronic dyspepsia ��� all yield quickly to
NA-DRU-CO Dyspepsia Tablets. The properly cgested food
��� ��� res ;������ ut strength, y^ur stomach regains its tone, and soon
r�� [Uires no further aid.
50c. a box.    If your druggist has not stocked them yet ssnd
I mail Ihem. 37
MONTREAL.
AXD   EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  A T 	
I MOREY
665���Columbia  Street-
New Westminster, B. C.
NATIONAL DRUG AND  CHEMICAL CO. OF CANADA  LlMITOD.
���-iV limrw���"���"**''-'"��� ""��-'������ ���""" rrncrms
r_c i jsrri
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
��� ��� . | .
s. ii:"     ?
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hip    2.    ?2
a ere: om ',
���   ���    ��� at 7 per   cent.
Dwight's
WA
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���'     _ pe p-
paid ,
���
;. ��� :. ! ��� I    have
 '.. efatherg
|      ��� ;, l  LIGHT    ��� OR   FIVE  ACRES  in  sectio:  18,  tc vnship        '   ' -���*���  wl>   '   s    '  ���  ''  '       '   ln  ]
,
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bj
APPRENTICES     WANTED,    A*   '
;��� : .   ;   parlors,
rosi	
WAX!
r
,        . SG      MAX.
and 'l   e'.fth s
.'.���;:. Ne
V." ANTED ��� HOUSE :���: E E PING
i for r    rried    co iple.    Ap] ly
Box A.A , this office.
WALSH
S, on Newton i   id,      .'
r two ) 91-A.)
LANGLEY
FIVE   acre   tracts,   consisting   of   the
in  La     ej     dis
lets, cli    ed and iu a hig
of culti    tion;  I 11        running
....      . .... |
I si les.    Piici   $175   ; er acre
and ��� :     Ti . h, bal
ance over three years.
"It may intei i
: re]
���     .
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'.    -���       ! - I
mendation   ht nnd
adopt) is        127
at an
i year. Hia
iso shows    Hat New Zi
has un lou ��� ms
the em pin ty.   To gel
anywhere    near,    proportionately,   to
���  N v.- Zealand conl        ed in the
.  ���  e Sou   .  African war, C m-
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Cholera
Price 25c
Remedy
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SOLD ONLY AT
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EYES  TESTED   BY  OPTICIANS.
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felepl-.cne   ;.
>��*��<|!^*#A*-a o*a***���� ������**������<><�������*����*����**' ****a\a
gssTantr^ak'
 ��*i*.' _��� ^_...
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.imam- *������ ��-   ������ !***r*-^**w-**r*
.     aiaammTji . ,mat* am.  at   ���   .   -
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��QR SAi
WAXTED���A  CARPEXTER.
:- -    fi Door factoi..
WANTED���A  GIRL  FOK  GEXER '.:.
housework   and   ] I tin   i     king.   Ap
ply  125  Third  avenue.
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received sor.-e of ths
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call   ��� en ��
d get particulars. ,   .���   Merrltt to poi   -ther par-
iculara of L ���      's  Austral-
"V-I-v
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD. ... .   ...
��� tracts  from the new military law in
Frank C. Cook. Gen. Manager. stralia and New Zealand, showing
Head  Cfice        -        451  Colun-bia  St. its    excellent    feat\ire3,    ;;nd     recorn-
FOR   SALE.
V' t\\ -��� W.V.���t'l.e..; 5 on L
: er J p.m. to J. *&.,
. street.
Fi . .
pu        ,    pedigrei
lu 45
i i streel Phone L2522
FOR    SALE���TWENTY-TWO    FOOT
I unch in first c!;.--s    condition:    a
sr   ���   '   ���   ; ." I ������ '���: | ly BI -  Ken-
r.e \\  street, New Westminster.
New Webtminster. G. C.
mending a remodelling of rhe sj  tem
Branch Office     -     -     Kamloops, B.C.   it,  Canada,  wit! mercenary   ele-
, ment eliminated as much as possl
5 Rooms, modern, full s'zed lot, land in the rear.
Situated on 5th Avenue near 4th Street. Price only
$2100. Terms 1-2 Cash, balance to arrange. This
must be sold within 8 days, as owner leaves the city.
P. PEEBLES
KENNEDY    BROS..    LTD.
(Successors to Hae B-os. & Kennedy.
LimiMd.)
Over  Merchants   Bank. Cor. Columbia
and Begbie S*.s.
af-
:-**�� i ��� ^--fc^&tVtasiijata; -x^:*.. *xi -Jh^^j* li-^Aaawiw jkhmbhi
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 335
WHO OWNS Ii BAY?
IS A NEW QUESTION
���
I
��CE��33S2��2> WS&SESB S3S8QSBSS�� 8 ��B <
ROOMS TO RENT.
FOR RENT ��� FURNISHED
roon;. 4:4 Third avenue.
BED
FOR city,    residential    and    business
property,    farm    and    fruit    lands.
water frontage,  an.l  B. C.  Electric I
and Canadian Northern railway terminal acreage, apply to
Canada Monthly Magazine
Raises Interesting Query
In September Issue.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 713 Trew street.
TO  LET���FURNISHED  ROOMS.  AP-
ply    upstairs Trapp    block,   corner j
Columbia street and Clarkson.
,  ������
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished   bedroom   suitable    for   two I
gentlemen.   Apply at 23.3 Kth St
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
Over   Me'chants   Bank, Cor.  Columbia
and   Begbie  Sts.
New  Westminster.  B. C.
PORT MANN
LARGE   LOTS   (66x132)   on   Johnson
With  the  eonrract  now  let   for  the
ailway bridgi at the Pas and Hudson
Phone 335 j Bay  steel  being an  assured  fart,  the
���,^__^_���> | query,   "Who    Owns    Hudson    Bay?''
which    Canada    Monthly    (formerly
Canada   West)   propounds   editorially
in  its   September   issue   is   not   untimely.-
I
New
Fall
'It is not  unlike!
TO     RENT  ���   FURNISHED     BED-
rooms.     703   Third   avenue.     Apply |
after 6 p. nr. or between ? a. m. and
S p.  m. at  Room  14,  6-3 Columbia.
Btreet. j
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room  suitahle  for   two.    Handy  toi.
husiness section.    Apply 129  Tenth
street.
road; $200 each;
per month.
says tins mag-;
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER
TO   RENT.
TO    RENT-
modern;
Tenders for Sidewalks.
The corporation  Is desirous of    re-
���UNFURNISHED    Fl \T !ceivin&    tenders    for    concrete    side-
813    Fourteenth I-al--B on Alexander>   Begbie.   Lorne
apply
street, above Eighth    avenue;
minutes from ear line.
flve
;.McKenzie.  Sixth, Church and    Clark
son streets.    Plans, specifications and
further particulars    can
J10.00 cash, $10.00 j azine,   "that   we   may    have    another'
Newfoundland  Fisheries   dispute with j
the L'nited States when the Hudson's
Bay railway has developed the Medlt-!
erranean of the north, when smoke of '������
wheat-laden trains and steamers stain
the clear sky. an 1 when the riches of t
the  largely   unknown  country  border-,
ing on the bay  have been  disclosed.
Of Canada's prescriptive right to the'
territories surrounding that huge body;
of water there can be no question.    In '
fact in recent years many expeditions |
have been sent at the expense of the
Dominion  government to  take  poses-
sion of unoccupied posts and to raise
be obtained  ",e ,!ritisl1 flu�� s0 as t0 assert sove-
TO    LET���THE    BASEMENT     \\'n : from J. W. B. Blackman,   city  'engi- j ielPnl>' over 'he entire littoral.
store ln the  K.  P.  block;   suitable  neer.   Tenders to be delivered to the'      rlie  (i|ies,'on   at  Issue   with   thel
iSllit
Is
I Here
for  store  rooms,  skating  rlik,  or undersigned not later than flve o'clock 12n,ted ,8tates would be as to whethe
tnovtng pictures, etc., etc.   For par-Ion September 19, 1910,
ticulars   apply   to     John   Foirester W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
Bee, K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George      September 12. 1910.
stieet,  City,
LOST.
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Hudson's Bay is mare clansum���a
closed sea���or whether it is pari of
the great ocean and open to the era ft
of all nations. This principle has been
the subject of discussion more than
once. One of the main questions In
the   Alaskan   dispute   was   concerned
LOST���ONE DOUBLE EAGLE WITH
diamond    Betting,    be-ween    G,  \.
Applications will he received by theIwlth   the   sovereignly   of   the   head-
undersigned  up to 6 p.m. of Monday   w*ters of the  Lynn  canal,  and   this
freight depol an,l Hub barber     on   the 19th ln8t" ''"' tha Position cf aB-lw"  decided in favor of the  United
Suitable  reward,     Vpnly   X.    News  ~'"'iint '�� lhe Cl,-V Treasurer. j States.    A   similar  question   was   in
office. Applicants must be capable    steno-���volve(i in 'hf Newfoundland  flsheries
 graphers arid good at figures.    Salary  disimte now  being  presented   to   the
LOST���IN  THE  VICINITY  OF  ASH  to commence at $66.00 per month.        International  Tribunal at the Hague,
street,  surveyor's  Bteel  tape chain. W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.    |If "ie decision of rhe   Hague   Anally
Finder please re; urn to the city en-      City Hall, September 13, 1910. 'overthrows   the   closed   sea   question,
American ships and those of all other
nations  will  be  admitted to all  bays
gineer at the city hall.
LOST���A   POCKETBOOK   CONTAIN-
ing sum of money and checks.
Kinder return to the Royal City
Dye Works and receive reward.
LOST ��� ON SATURDA.Y AFTER.
rio-jn, a gold watch arrd chain, either
on Columbia stieet, or between
Third avenue and Pine street. Re-
���ward.    Return to Dally News office.
LOST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
with gold chain, between tram office and Third street. Suitable reward for returning same to Dally
News office.
>
FOCND���TEAM OF HORSES. AP-
ply James Doyle, Penitentiary Row.
If not called tot in fourteen days
will he sold to defray expenses.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND
DIS-  whose headlands are more than three
miles apart at the entrance.   The sup-
��� ������ ' ply of food,  flsh  and  fur-bearing ani-
District   of   New   Westminster.       , mals   in   Hudson's   Bay   territory   is
TAKE notice that, I, William  Rob- practically    Inexhaustible,    if    proper
ert Dick, of Vancouver, B, (\;  occu-1conservation   methods   are   followed.
pation  real estate dealer,  intends to'They are also great schools of whales
apply for permission to purchase the'in these northern waters, wliich have
following described  lands: joften   tempted   American   whalers   to
Commencing    tit    a    post    planted  penetrate to almost unknown regions.
about   twenty  cliains  north   from  thej About the shores are vast resources,
southwest   corner   of    Timber    Lease  both mineral and timber, of which not
38769,   Texada   Island,   tlience    west much is known.    If the bay ls opened
eighty   chains,   thence   south    eighty  to   travel    during    the   four   or   five
chains,   thence    east    eighty    chains,  months when it Is possible for vessels
thence  north  eighty   chains,  contain-  constructed  for  Hie   purpose   to   get
lng (140 acres more or less. Ithrough   the  straits,  it  ls easily  con-
WILLIAM   ROBERT   DICK,     'ceivable that American vessels "would
Vancouver,    B.    C,    September    6,  want   to   flsh    and    hunt    seals    and
11*10. whales  there.     After   we  have   spent
new ba:
accounts
Many Pe   . .have
never befoi . in a
position to   ! , may
now be ready t . a
bank account.
The  I!,- '. i :' Toronto
offers to all such |
the  facilities r
laage and str ng banking organizati  .
interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: :;
M,'siness Accounts opened
o.-. favorable  terms.   ::   ::
INCORPORATED 1855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTE.
BRANCH
615 Columbia Str
B.   C.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
Ha*
Th��
AC'
I
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURE"Tif���
Triple  screw,  14,��T ton..
S.S.  MEGAMn^.
Twin    screw,    11,900   torn.
largest   and   most   modern.
commodation equal to any crowing the Atlantic.
  m
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
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.
I
The cut here produced shows our new Model 10,
Type Y.    A very fashionable suit for   a
young or middle aged man.
Prices in 20th Century Suits $20.00 to $32.50
M. J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
A. GUNN
CABINETMAKINC.
L
Furniture Made to Anv Design.
Furniture Repaired
Woodwork of All Kinds.
39  Alexander  St.
I
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The    Arrow   ?**��*
Mrs. E. M. Dominy, Pro.
near The Daily News Co., BUD
Street.
Try a "WANT" ad in Tlie
It will bring results.
Net" 1910.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER   15,
Rank of Montreal
^       ESTABLISHED 1817.
ESTAB
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
CAPITA1-
RESERVE
||(,H throughout    Canada    and
Hand,  anu  In  London,   Eng.
York, Chicago and Spokane,
and  Mexico City.    A  general
business    transacted.     Let-
edit issui'i.    available    with
Brsnc
��cfffouni
iand. New
U.S.A.,
i bank"1" _
WANTS CHEAPER  CABLES
Governments
Shou'd   Buy
Lines.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
U;: All  the
London, Si
R | ei ���
Austral! i, mov-
LADS TO
VISIT B.C. COAST
s of <- I
lents ia    all    parts of    the
I ters
correspom
* B Hank Dirartment���Deposits
in  sums  of  $1  and upward,
st allowel at 3 per cent, per
ipresent  rate).
Saving
I received
Ud Inter
[ too
mu
Assets  over   $18(1,000,000.00
i'utal
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
[Transfer Co.
Luce 'phone 1t��.     Barn 'Pfcone 117
Columbia Street-
p��g. r.ge    delivered    promptly    te
aay part ot the city.
[Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
ept.  14.- Al  a conference
o    he Institute of Journal
McMillan, .ii Sydney
',' a ���������soluii.m expressing the views
th. "" had arrlved ,("' binding  Arrangements   TTn<W
""|l"'   together   in   a   girdle  ,'t     iliaiJfee'D(.niS    bnuer
cheap cables.
Hennlker Heaton, M.P., supporting
the motion, contended that the cable's
"e re n��w m the hands of operators
!'' r:'M" rings. These should be
bou��h1 "'" ;" the market price bv thej "
governments of the world. The flrsl ln a ',,ft-er recently received by a
step should be to call a conference 0f Vlct0ria Journalist from J. j. Simons
""-'  Postmasters-general    of    Eurooa   "'  Perth,   Westralla
To Send Party of
Way
Forty
emn
Boys To Tour America.
then another with
The resolution of
adopted.
the
Mr.
'.mope,
l'nited States.
McMillan  was
SANITARY    NOTICE
All
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
IRoom S   Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster", B. C.
I Phone 661 Residence Phone  133
|p, 0. Box 395 Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and Plumbing
Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteentl
stieet and Fifth avenue, where it will
be burned hy the corporation.
Any person  or  persons  who dump
garbage  or  rubbish   of  any  kind  on
���-rny other street or avenue or on
lane,   racant   lot  or   public
will   be   prosecuted   under   the
visions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector
City Hall, June U. 1910.
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  RAILWAY CO.
Commencing Sunday, August, 21, thel
train for Kootenay, St. Paul and Chicago will leave ut 15:05    Instead    of i
16:25.
honorary secretary or the Young Australian League,
announcement is made of a movenr mt
thai has now taken definite form in
the southern commonwealth to send
a party of young Australian   lads   to
I the Pacific coast of America on an ex-
tended tour that will  be both  educa-
I tive and a source of much entertain-
j merit to residents of the Pacific slope.
"As  you  may  possibly  liave  read,'
i writes Mr. Simons, "a party of American boys, members of the Columbia
Park Boys' club of San Francisco,
have recently returned to tlieir homes
, ,,r,0r,v  after a six mouths' tour of our coun.
'""""rtJ I try. These boys came out on the invitation of the Young Australian
League, and were accorded wonderfully enthusiastic receptions at every!
point visited. A movement is now on '
foot to organize a party of forty Aus- i
trallan lads from eleven to nineteen
years of age to make a somewhat'
similar return tour.
"The idea at .present is to make !
British Columbia, California, Wash- ���
ington and Oiegon the chief primary!
objectives, hut if success is met wlthl
New Fall Millinery
pro-
Passengers for Port
Barnet can leave at IU
af Port Moody at 18:21
agent.
Jill
Colonial Block
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcaes for Lafll.s from 912-/5
IIP
Silver Watches,    gents'   open face
||6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open ca .9,
||7.50 up.
Ac^nt for Waltham and Klgir
I. atrti.-s.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAK F.
|Tio Doors from Geo. Adai jg- Grocery
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon Building.
Phone   681
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth   Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C
PALMER
GAS jLINE ENGINES
, t     o_  to 85  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Worto
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,  New  Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver Landings
The New Sternwheeler
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
W. B. 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.
S. S. PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
passengers and freight as follows:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. ni.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. in,
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
22H Townsend St. Materilty
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
Westminster
GARAGE
Ail  Kinds of Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Execute:!.
Carnarvon  and  sixth  Bt  New
Westminster D. c, Phone 3641
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Estimates  Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Moody    and i    ere' the lollr wou'd be extendei to j
���i'i and arrive !a"  tl,e  slales  of the   Union   ���**-<i.   if
Ed   Goulet I I)0Ssiljle. to Eastern Canada, thence to
M   'Great Britain and home via the Suez, j
Ts   Entertain.
 '    "The   hoys,   although   not   in    any'
I sense professional performers, wlll be1
I able to take their places in baseball
! (the summer game of our league),
give    band   concerts   and   entertain-
[ments of musical and vocal numbers,
and undertake rifle shooting. They also will all be experts   at   Australian,
football,  and one of  the   objects   of
| their tour will be to give exhibitions
of tlie game, in the hope that   some-1
'thing may be done to introduce it into America. They will also be ready
to    play    under    British   association
'rules. '
"B^Ore leaving Australia, enough
'money will be raised to assure fa; es
' both  ways hy steamer,  also railroad
I fares in the Province and States
named, thus allowing* all proceeds
fiom public appearances to be devot-
led to the extension of the tour. That
is. the party will have to depend on
jits merits to extend its- travels beyond the points specified.
I "In regard to football, lt was chicly
irr the hope that knowledge of our
game might he extended that the San
Francisco lads were broughl to Aus-
talia. They have all returned good
exponents and enthusiastic believers
ln the game, and they and their leader (.Major Piexottoi have pledged
themselves to work for i:s propagation In the state of California. The
major, who is president of the West
ern Pacific Athletic Union, has made
..y game the whiter sport of his large
ilub, and he is by reason of -his position, in a rare v.ay fitted to heip the
movement.
"On their tour of Australia the
American party was responsible for
all costs of management and of transport, while our people undertook to
provide welcoming entertainments,
etc., and accommodations. The latter
in some cases were provided by local
committees housing the whole party
at one hotel, but in the majority of
cities and towns the boys weie taken
in as guests at the homes of various
citizens. Major Pieiotto has guaranteed for our boys twelve weks' treat:
j merit   on   similar   lines   in   his    own
'state, and if the tour is extended we
.hope to secure similar assistance in
.orher centers.
!    "Regarding the boys, they will be
representatives of all Australia,  but
Ithe majority will be from this state,
laud all  may  be  said to be typical of
'the primary schools and colleges, and
ithey will be of a disposition and bearing allowing for their presentation at
the homes of people In any rank of so-
ciety"   The American visitors recently  with us weie accredited witu letters from their slate ainh.ii'itie.'.. and
our federal state and municipal h i lies
welcomed   the   party   In   a   national
(sense.    Our j arty Wl 1 also leave rtil i
credentials from our commonwealth,
���t..te air.i civic authorities."
Mrs. rl. G. Moore kas pleasure in
announcing that she continues her
Fall   Showing   of  New Millinery
Today.
The exhibit represents the hest efforts of the Leading Designers, and
accurately depicts only the newest
and most fashionable vogues
M
HARRIET G. MOORE
548 Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C*
q��� mm ��� '" ��� ream g___z_____*a .*. tiL'*M^!*>*!*.*��7,rx>.Ti'...j��j*.*har*a
gYBgw-3ga���gs,OT,:L-3^^ tr-.-Y.Tr z.irr'n,
Thomson   Blk.
Phone  388
TENDERS
WANTED
Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned up to
""on, September 20th, for the
clearing of 450 acres, more or
less, of timber lands. Plans and
specifications can be secured
��<i application. The lowest or
any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. H. HASLITT,
Purchasing Agent.
B. C E. Ry Co., Ltd.,
Vancouver, B.C.
TENDERS
WANTED
Tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon,
September 20th, for tunnel excavation, approximately 600 feet
,-ock and earth. Plans und
specifications can be secured
upon application. Lowest or
any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. H. HASLITT,
Purchasing Agent.
B. C. E. Ry Co., Ltd.,
Vancouver,} B.C.
FUN   FOLLOWS   FUN   FAST   IN
THE   COMEDY   "GOING SOME
A comedy of unusual brilliance Is
"Going Some" whicn Lawrence and
Sandusky are bringing to the Opera
house for an engagement limited to
Friday night. Hex Beach and Paul
Armstrong have given the world Of
laughter as applied to theatrical and
reading-fun lovers, something that
will live a long and Jolly life in these
jaded years of unnoveity.
A theme unique und a brightness of
conception have all made towards the
success of this jovial attraction und
when the delight ls heightened by artistic portrayals of tlie types shown
to interpret the plot there is decidedly nothing to be desired on the part
of the play patron who loves good,
clean comedy Into which is Instil.ed
tue  novelty   or  naturalness  and  sln-
ceilty.
Few attractions these days enjoy
the combination of plausabllity and
at the satire time screamingly funny-
comedy elements which come fast and
naturally one after the other "fairly
treading upon each others heels" as
one metropolitan paper put it. The
webb and woof of the whole affair ls
comedy bright and new and the company 'which has been selected by
Lawrence and Sandusky ls second to
none in the Interpretation of the
line* nnd scenes of this bow fafoous
Paul Armstrong and Rex Beach
masterpiece.
PROVINCIAL
EXHIBITION
Queens   Park,    New  Westminster,  B. C.
Under the Auspices of the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society
of British Columbia.
OCT. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8, 1910.
IN   PRIZES   AND
ATTRACTIONS
Official Opening, by Hon. Richard McBride, Premier
of the Province, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 2. p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday���Lacrosse Matches.
Wednesday���Scottish Sports and Scottish Concert.
Thursday���Vancouver Day-American Day.
Friday���Children's Day.
Saturday���Exhibition will continue until 10:30 p. m.
Wagner's Band, of Seattle, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This was the
official band at the Alaska-Yukon Exposition in 1909, and has a world-wide reputation.
Summerland Band. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Vancouver Musicians' Band, Tuesday afternoon and evening and Wednesday
evening.
Vancouver Pipers' Band, Wednesday.
Al. G. Barnes' Big Three Ring Wild Animal Circus on the Grounds during,
the whole Period of the Exhibition.
SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMSHIP LINES
T. J. Trapp, W. H. Keary,
President. Manager and Secretary..
: GOD SAVE THE KING PAGE FOUR.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY.  SEPTEMBER
El  !
ll
It will not have been forgotten that
one  of  lhe   attractive   points  of  the
McBjide   railway   policy   of   last   fall
was  the    construction   of  a   railway
from   Victoria   to   Barkley   Sound   on
Vancouver   Island,   by    .Messrs.   .Ma.1
kenzie &  .Mann.    At  the time it  wai
urged    ii..   members of    the    Libera
party and  the piess  thai   these rai
way   men    know   nothing    whatever
about t lie nai in e of t! e task they had
promised    to    und rtake;    that    the
whole business was neither more nor
Jess than a red bening di awn act i -
the trail to attract  the votes of Van- j
couver island electors;   ;:;.:! that the
Bohi ������ i    ��� ould   nev r  l e  can It d  oat.
, | ; Ion   was   stou Ij   denied
by the pi i nlei liimsi : an i his bench- \
i ten, and thi y gavt repe tted as mr-
anci ��� I :. tin work would b:> commenced ��� . I three month's of the
assent lng t i the agree-
men! with Mess rs. Mackenzie fi
.Mann. Three of t" so co did
Messrs. 1 hot | a. D e; and Behn-
s< ii,   | i   an   undi rta  lng   i hai
the   railway   sh ml J   bi      c im r.ei      I
simulti ni v ith t!:e work on the
mainland   and   thai   11   their   pie    i
in this respeel were nol fulfilled they
would, If electe.l, resign their seats.
Six months have gone by and there
is n.i sign of any movement towards
the construction    of the  railway  on
Vancouver   Island,   and   the   Victoria
'limes demands the fulfilment of the
pledges of the  McBride trio, that Is
their resignation.     Oar contemporary
.says;
"The  three  months  have    elapsed
and three mor ��� have been added t i
them  and  the   work  of  constructing
the  railway  is  nol   begun.    We tire
told  hundreds of men  are  employed
upon  the mainland section of the Canadian   Northern   Pacific.     If  thai   i.s
true, why it  Is that the resignations
of the members involved in the Issue
have   nol    been   forwarded   to   Mr.
Speaker   Eberts?      Premier   McBride
also  gave  ths  people  of  Victoria a
solemn pledge���although not   in  writing���that if the railway were nol un
tier active construction on the island
within  three   months  of  the  ratification   pf  the  contract   by   the   legislature  he  would  step down  and leave
the task of governing the country in
other hands.    Are we to assume that
:i    solemn  oral   pledge  of  the    Hon.
Richard  McHtile is of no more value
than   the   written   obligation   of     his
Victorian supporters?    The people  al
Victoria have nol displayed undue impatience in this matter.      They have
awaited   resignedly   for some sign that
the railway company intended to carry out the terma of Its contract. They
liave   given   the   members   plenty   of
time to insist   upon the redemption of
their pledges,     They have accepted
the explanation that opportunity must
"Prince Rupert"  and "Prince George
3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���W/a   Knots
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) .Mondays and Fridays al 11:30
p.m. for Prince  Rupert.
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Wednesday and Saturdays al
_:    i  p.m.  for Victoria  and Seittle.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert 5:00 p.m, Sundays and
Wednesdays for Stewart; 10:00p.m. Mondays for Mssset. and '���.������:������'
p.m. Thursdays for Skiderpte. Queen Charlotte City, Lockport, Jedway
and  IkedJ.
Solid wide vest'bule trains of coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago, Detroit, London, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, New Vork, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Bosto:t, etc. Longest douole track railway
under ore management cn the American continent.
For rates, tirnt tables, booklets and full information, passen er or
freight, apply to
H. G. SMITH, L. V. DRUCE,
City Passenger and Tickel Agent. C    imerclal   ' rent.
Telephone 7100. 5.17 Granville Street. Telephone 3060.
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC  STEAMSHIP  LINES.
wae.vuaraBWStrm-.tr-K'.ammm* -wgT-��-~--.--TO-m-��i- iT.-^-Tmi.-.iuT.-i,^iKmntr<Li��ry ..-i...-irin.f^n
���m*^y*^T~v-h*^-^~rvit
���*r���st". \ nsot��� r:*j_*���xx~iu u . .imo��.v".ti res ��� v?>��.
Commencing September 15, the SS. Transfer will leave Brackman-
Ket  wharf every afternoon, e\ce|t Sunday, at 2 p.m., for
Ladner, Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning  to  New  Westminster Saturday  evening.
Returning wlll leave every week-day morning al 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m. Additional trip Mon la/ morning, leaving New Westminster at 5 a.m.
This schedule subject to change without notice.    For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
uLE
am xm^ma.��
tion a definite announcement might
soon he expected. Mackenzie an 1
.Mann have come and gone several
times, and no specific promise has
heen given. Is it any wonder that
the people are becoming impatient
and are seriously considering whether
they have been "done" again and also whet hei' Messrs. Thomson, Davey
and Hchnsen ought not to be called
upon to abide by their written undertakings?"
1 may state for your informant's edi
[flcation, that all goods m&nufacturet
;to contain water, from the double
bottom of an ocean liner to a tin
quart measure, should be tested before being pronounce 1 perfect. The
testing process is what is now going
on in the Edmonds water system, liy
the time it i.s handed over to the
municipality as complete it will undoubtedly he accepted as lirst class.
I should recommend that before any
newspaper representative takes anything for print, as to any matters requiring expert knowledge, he should
ask his informant if he really knows
anything of the subject.
L). C. PATTERSON.
Fdmonds, B.C.. Sept. 14. 1010.
Don't   forget  your Fall  Sui!.     We   Invite  j iu   I
well lighted  Ready-to-Wear Section, now  filled  with   an
idnntlng t illection of Suits, etc., in all '<��������� newi
lonable creations.    Call and  Inspect them, .,
look as to buj i may nol be pi epat ed to purchi ...
you can gel a splendid Idea of the Fall Fash! ins t1
ve styli       !   ire first place In   our   svell i
j iu do nol bi e In an:    ���'  ���    store   manj an   direct impo
I ������. and ot!   ri   &ime from the i
centres.    Popular Prices from
$28.50 to $50.00
Smart Coats
tor
Smart Dressers
\i. i ���  ee Inglj v Ide array i i  coloi Ingt    material
attracting a p e I amount ol al tenth n fro
slder the Pal] Coats one "f the finest  collections we 1    ���  -
i led.   Your coloi i; hi n   I io, al  a prli e that will : .
From $10.00 to $50.00
Dressy Dress Skirts
-I
Many smart styles in dresi skirts arc displayed I
skirts In attractive designs, pretty black voile sklrtt
*. ..���  ts, an I a varied asa trtmenl  In  plain and noveltj
From $4.50 to $20.00
in
fabrl
i
Correspondence
ANOTHER   PROTEST.
^^^^^^^^ I any vessels or pipes containing water
be given engineers to select the beat | under pressure.   As a res
i..in..i   Dally  News
(The Dally News Is not responsible j Sir -I notice an article in this
for the opinions expressed by its cor- , morning s paper with reference to the
respondents) waterworks   system   which   has   been
  Installed  in  Kdmonds district, stilting
EDMONDS  WATER   SYSTEM.        that   leakages   are   occurring   in   the
  i pipes and tank.   As far as I am aware
Editor Dally News. 'there are  no  leaks  in  the pipes, the
Sir,���In reference to the article in j ��ator In the tank of course causes the
the News of yesterday morning ro|wood to swell and thus in a short
Burnaby waterworks, I should sav the Ume il wl�� ,lp (!,lit0 wator -l*M-
author of the statements therein con-1 ' ,f!��rel t,lis |,fil)ort has appeared
talned might possibly be a basket ftnd "'"^ -vo11 wl" kin,,l-v bave a cor-
weaver, and couuld not therefore bo Irectlon made as it is liable to Injure
expected to have any knowledge quali-1the locality and the parties who In-
I'ving him to express an opinion as to'Hta"0(1 ll>e system.
^^ C. T. BAUNDER8,
routes.     They     have     been     content
  ent of Ed-
tnonls  and  a  member  of  the  water-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ . works   board,     I   have     no   hesitation
from time to time to be put off with whatever in  pronoUncing the system
intimations   that   either   Mr.   Macken-|as  promising  to  be  very  satisfactory
and the workmanship throughout first
_le or Mr. Mann was ahout to Visit
the province, that one or the other
had an engagement with the premier,
and that .as a result cf such consults-
Clerk of tbe Municipality,
Uurnaby, Sept. 14, 1010.
Howe, Theatrical   Man,  Dead.
Seattle,   Sept.   14.���John   P.   Howe,
I class.    All  of the  residences that are for many years a prominent, showman
I now attached to the system ate, I be- of this city, i.s dead at    his home    in
Ueve,  getting    sufficient    water    for Eugenie, Oregon. He was well known
domestic purposes, although lt Is not In the'United States and Canada   in
yel turned over to the municipality. theatrical circles.
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.    C.
Tenders   for   Sewer   Construction.
The corporation ls desirous of receiving tenders for the laying and
construction of about ten (10) miles
of sewers on the Eighth street sewerage system in the city of New Westminster. Further particulars nnd
plans can be obtained from J. W. B,
Blackman, city engineer.
Tenders will he received by the undersigned up to five o'clock p. m. of
the 26tb  inst.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A.   DUNCAN.
City   Clerk.
City hall, September 10, 1910.
LAND ACT.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice that John Ferdinand
BaggB, of Nelson Island, occupation
farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted
about one mllo northeast from ti.e
head of Hillings bay, and about 40
chain* easterly from the southeast
eorne" of timber lot number 87341,
thence north 40 chains, thence east
40 chains, thence south 40 chains,
thence west, ll) chains to point of
commencement, containing 100 acres
mote or less.
JOHN   FERDINAND   HAGGS.
Dated August 29, 11)10.
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Westminster Woodworking Co.
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���
J. BROOKES, Proprietor
WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Cerllne. PHONE 473    ���
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JEWELRY
���
Our stock of Jewelry In Gold, Silver and  Gold  Plated  Is Ihe most
complete ever shown in Westminster.    Call and be convinced.
i
i
l Chamberlin's
THE
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    JEWELER
Agents for the Howard, Ball, Longines and  Hamilton Watches.
Official time Inspector for C. P. Ity.
ADVERTISE  IN THE  DAILY NEWS
��������
CHILLIWACK.
Devastation   By   Fire
BURNABY.
Chilllwacl;, B.C., Feh. 10, IJ09.
Messrs. White. Shiles fc Co,
Gentlemen,���I am enclosing receipts
for the amount of our Insurance,
($5,600.00) in full on the Steamer J.
P. Douglas, which was destroyed by
lire last month, and wish to thank
ypu and the Companies, il'henl. and
Connecticut) for the very satisfactory manner you settled our loss. . . .
. You is fa 11 hf ul)/, ' ���
(Signed)    A. E, YATES, Mgr.
WHITE   ROCK,   B.C.
Sept.  12,  1010.
White, Shiles & Co.
Tho flre here extends from the G.
N, It. station for about four miles.
Stoie and five residences burnel up,
nilrl and Ocean Park property In danger.
(Signed) ROBERT  ROE.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
NEW WESTMINSTER.
1910.
September i'2,
Messrs. While, Shiles & Co.,
Gentlemen, ��� Please accept my
thanks for your exceedingly prompt
settlement of my lire Insurance claim
in connection with the flre that, took
place at  iny office last, night.
(Signed)    RICHARD G. DINGLE. ;l
Burnaby,  B.C., Sept. 8.
Messrs. White, Shiles & Co.
Gentlemen���I beg   to acknowledge
r.   tr*,.   *1,800.0
under the
_        IO    HUMi."	
receipt of your cheque for  .liSOJ.OOJB
full settlement of my claim
Connecticut Fire Company's p��ll��;'
upon my dwelling and contents, binned August . <itli.
Please accept my thanks tQX >'"".
prompt and, satisfactory settlement o
this claim.
Sincerely yours, ._-,����
(Sgd.)    GEORGE  BVERY-CLAYTOW-
"m^ H,JRSDAY. SEPTEMBER  15, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
PORT NEWS OF THE DAY
jfSiM      enthusiasts to    Troym ��HSt
(ARE EVENLY BALANCED
Weight and Age Royals
I Have Only Slight A (Ivan
I H<re Over Challengers.
FORM UMITEO COMPANV
(Vancouver Province.)
  the weights and ages   of
Westminster   and National
us.    There is  practically
, ,   ce in the weights, thr Sal
j-
I
Business   Methods   in   Foundation
Great     Project   for   Pleasure���
Capita! to Ee $100,000.
a committee
of
i lng a shade the- heavier,
lengers are the
Nationals.
Weight, Ag
Lbs.
..  160
inlch
���
��� i ni .
.pelle
���  ���
il Irler ..
ii de  .. ���
11  	
...
ett ..
lianni
imp ..
1.70
175
1,48
1 10
la.
157
138
135
168
105
1 in
170
1 ��� 5
I 18
138
meeting of those Interested In g If ..;, held In the board
of trade room Vancouver, last night,
and now there Is a definite business
Proposal before all lovers of the good
��ld same- The club win be formed
into a company, capitalized al  ?100.
older  ' ' divlded Inl ���  1000 shares of $100
''"'���''���    For th'e  flrsl  call J25 will be
��� I  from subscribers.    There will
'��� ' 650 members with a directorate of
: fteen.   The lirst two hundred me n-
!   :" ' i win receive their shares al  par
���   "   bul all after thai  will pay   a
I '���< mlum to bring the total to the re-
i '*�����" I amount,    Forms of application
7   will be printed at once an l members
!  will i .��� enrolle I In a few days.
The   committee   did    some   greal
t nlghl and it all the affairs
UNTIL GAME IS CALLED
Champions Held Last Practice Yesterday Evening���
Lally to See Fair Play.
:-.
The lacrosse buys had their last
practice before the big game last
night. They were all there, fourteen
men In uniform, and they did so.rre
brisk running around, although there
"as nothing very strenuous indulgeJ
in.
The Nationals, with the exception
of ** party ol five oi six who journeyed
over to si e the I iwn in an automobile, remained In Vancouver yesterdaj and did nut worry the local
officials,
There    was   a    short  meeting last
"i^1"  between th Iclals and members of the lacrosse club and some ofl
the  K.  A.  &  !.  society  officials,  but
the
ime8 al the exhibition are still
���  ;  '' companj  are carried on In the       ������ vhal   v; ;ue,  both as to players
'Inch marked the and dates.   The agreement is rather
7...  progn ss of ia I nig] t's mi etlng, there
i o doubl  th; l   l  ���     lub    wiil    bi,
T.'.', , flnanelall) al i a    rate, a i tici ess.
i he i omn Ltte.e .   limiting the
:;,   nie.ii! erslrlp to i the   j
I e
.',   ���     ��� tial   ii
short!) tgjncrea.se th.e nunjjber
neci
I    I'
 --   hundred 11 i| le have already signifl d
-',',,'," !'   their Inti       n ol joining.
Definite arrangenn nts  for    a    site
New  Westminster.
Weight. \ .
Lbs.
   155 25
alth    IT:;        26
d      180
1      1 17 23
dl  	
i
ord
am .
158
16Q
157
175
150
1 15
155
1 10
130
166
23
28
24
24
24
21
IS
have nol yel  been i
Can't   Keep   Lally   Out.
cot tplicated. If the Nationals win rhe
cup they will play so many games and
receive so much and if Xew Westminster retains the cup matters will he
dlffen nt. But In any case rhe visitors corrall the large thick end of a
Two  fat uur.se.   .
George Rennie yesterday received a
li tter from P. J. Lally, the famous
Cornwall lacrosse fan. stating that he
would be here to see both the games
lie said that he wanted to shake
hands  with all  the  hoys, but did not
I'   v. - [ i   , ij   be quite as   Im-jcommlt himself to any rash statement
possible to keep Joe  Lally oul  of la-labout the way he ti,ought the games
It  would be to keep I would go.
Col.   K osevell   oul   of   politics,  or   a      He met George Rennie and    Alex.
oul   of  an  accessible jam Turnbull'oh the Olympic trip a couple
pot.   fn;' ;. i ... i me the lacrosse oflof years ago and takes a great Inter-
Cornwall  re olVed  around Joe  Lally,  est    generally    in    the  Westminster
arrd sometimes the lacrosse of Canada 'team.
' .ii red tnd  Cornwall,    lie  goesl    Rev. .1. S. Henderson has a scheme
to the coasl on busto   -. but lacrosse whereby Joe Lally will return to the
In atters cannol   I ��� ep away from him. least and tell tiie eastern men tliat the
Fowler'e Famous Brand
20c Per 21b Tin
An Excellent
Substitute for
Jam or Butter
Appetising
Wholesome
Nutritious
TRY A TIN
H.
It   ttacks   him   down   like
sleuth eastern teams are given a fair deal
weight,    150^
2191
334
average
|CKOi:SE
���   trsy Still Holds Record.
;oals less i han the record '���
y Newsy Lalodtie last j eat 1
.. ar number ol games, Goi don
carries off thc seoiirrg honors]
I lit ish Columbia Lacrosse as-
Beason   just   closed.     Se
��� i 11 goals in 10 games,   Len
finished  second  In  the  lis!
lals In lu games while Bones
��� ood third with 10 goals in
3,      Pat   Feeney,   Cliff   Spring
hie  Adamson    are    tied    for
lace on the list, in percentage
O'Reilly is even up with Gor-
rlng getting 7 goals In 7 games.
ear   Lalonde   scored   -I   goals
I- Vancouver team and Newsy
ick  east   and   led   the  scorers
I yi ir.    .lust  because  Lalonde    is
. :.;. it  for no other reason, the
s  must   be reckoned danger-
���enders  at   New   Westminster
- it urday.
��� ���   Is the  table showing the way
s were scored In the league
|-     Is year:
Games. Goals.
hound,   and    elevates    him    to    the there  by  western  referees.    Rev.   Mr.
judges' bench of the   earning    Minto'Henderson, among others,   is   some-
Cup matches.    Well, it  is no small what disturbed over the way In which
compliment   to a  man  who has been  the Montreals have heen handing tire j
so long connected with tlie game, that   talk  around in eastern  lacrosse cen- j
both   parties   to  one  of  rhe  greatest  tres and he thinks that now  is    the
series  of  matches  ever  played  were  chance to give the eastern cr itics the i
not only willing but anxious to secure   opinion   of  a  man,   than   whom  none;
him as an official.���Montreal Star.      | stands higher ln the esteem ofi all true|
  I sport lovers.
Sure! The sale of seats for rhe frrst great
Toronto News: "There is no reason game opened at RyaLVs yesterday rod
on earth why the .New Westminster there was a constant stream of In-
cupholders should refuse to accept, nulries all day. Tickets are being
the dates allotted for the games, at printed tor the new Hand and. nhss*,
least none that can hold water, look- will be placed on sale, in advance, rhe I
inn at it trom this angle. In any same as the legular grand stand
event, the coast champions took their .tickets.
tittie in making known their objec-I Although the local, men were not
tions. They will no doubt be on the greatly impressed bf the slrmving
job ready to pat the Nationals on the made hy the visitors at their little
hack  on their arrival  preparatory   to   work-out   here  on  Tuesday, they cor>
v. ��� n��
The People's Grocer
Phones 1193 aiid;443
Sapperton      Phone 373
cracking them in the same place on
the field."
Nor   Any   Other   Way.
The  Salmon   Hollies  are not  likely
to allow the Minto Cup to come back
east  by forfeit.���Toronto News.
minutes; Latham. 30 minutes: George
Rennie.   30   minutes;   Gailbralth.   25   sional  lacrosse  record for  rapid  scor
cede that the Nationals can play la
crosse. They recall that on one of
their trips east a few years ago tin .y
bumped into the Frenchmen ;\nd had
the hardest job in the world beating
them. The score waa almost even up
to the last few min ures of play and
then the Westminster players dazzled
the Frenchmen by a succession of
three goals ih  _ seconds,    a prof.*s-
I. ,. Spring (N.W.) ������������ 10
\        ahull   (N.W.)       10
ta |Van.)     ll
*m-\  i n.w.)     10
on   (Van.)      10
11 fining (N.W.) 10
Weill)  iVan.)        5
.Turnbull  (N.W.)     10
Intra>   iVan.)        3
Vliatn i N.W.)       5
��� Matheson (Van.)       5
minutes; West. 20 minutes; Pickering,
|20 minutes; Garvey. 20 minutes; Marshall. 20 minutes;    Tom    Keiiiire,   15
14   minutes;  Allen, 15 minutes; Tom Gif-
11   lord, 15 minutes;   H. Gifford, ID min-
10  utes;  Wintemute, 10 minutes;  Clark-
8  son. 10 minutes;  Hogan, 10 minutes;
8  Godfrey, 10 minutes;   Ravey, 10 mirr-
8  utes; Len Turnbull, 10 minutes; How-
7  ard,   8   minutes:   Gray.   5   minutes;
Bi Feeney, 5 minutes;    W.   Turnbull,   5
minutes;      Hennessy,     5     minutes;
Tommy Hums, 5 minutes;  Matheson,
a minutes.
ttl   Van.)      11
Idachlan (Van.)      1
mgfellow (N.W.)      1
Mffler (Van.)        -
Van.)       6
leniii issy  i Van.)        8
Rennie (N.W.)   H
totemute (N.W.)  10
mtrej   iVan.)        8
Oil the season's work Westminster1
red fourteen goals more than
er. an average of littlo morel
mg.
lr is only a few weeks ago that the
Nationals heat the Cornwall team on
their own grounds; a feat which nsntil
the last couple of years haa generally
been conceeded tq be impossibly as
the men in the tSactory city hnv* a
peculiar way of showing their patriotism.
The plucky Frenchirraen yassed
through the season in tlte east with
only two defeats, and except for a
couple of off days, far exceeded their
competitors in almost    every    game.
(Vitlr ibis secord the man Coom the
east cannot be despistad and the Salmon Hellies. will start from Ure drop:
of the hat to score as. many goals asv
they can..
lt ia Improbable tint any big man
will he requested to drop tha ball between the players and Urea run off
rhe held. So far as has been arranged
at. present.. Lionel Yurka wiil. do Unit
bit of heavy work. With Premier Mc-
Bii! .. Tommy Burins and Speak sr
Eberts on Clre retired list, 5lre supply
of distinguished facers-off seems to
have, petered out.
aie
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inn
ptn
"wtnrlnster...
Westminster...
' 'Mister. ..
nster. . .
^���tminster,..
jfotmlnBter...
Westminster,..
Westminster. ���.
a   game.    Here   are    the
FORMING; BOARD TO GOVERN
.ALLEY AMATEUR ATHLETICS
A meeting will be held in the Conservative club room's at eight o'clock
this evening to farm a tocal go-vern-
mwit board: ot tha HL C. Arattratrr
Athletic association. Secretary H.
Gowen, of Vancouver, is expected to
W present.
The intention is to form a governing bomrd for tAe whate of the Frase*
valley, the headquarters of which will
be In this city. Delegates from Co-
himhian college, St. Andrew's society
and the city amateur lacrosse league
will be present. Tim Mahoney, vice-
president of tire B. C. A. A. U., is call-
ins the meeting.
OTTAWA PAPER SENDS
GOOD WISHES TO NATS
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U'Wltninster. ��� ���
���Westminster...
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Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver..
Vancouver. .
Vancouver..
Vancouver.
Vancouver. ���
Vancouver.
Vancouver.,
Vancouver.
Vancouver.
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���*"'''��� Westminster teams was ruled off j J
'"       a   time   or   other during    the
s,,;,''��    Of the    Westminster    team
:1-v one of the regulars went through
Total 52
Few Players Penalized.
'���''���������    records show that   practically
|*)'erS  player on the Vancouver    and
the
I thai
season   without   a   penalty    and
was Gordon Spring, the nggres
t*'ve little  Inside  home  player    who
'����ls all that was coming to him with
j',1/1"'!'' and always stuck on the Held.
''^'-t Goaltender Gray was penalized
m'1'    Of the Vancouver   team   only
'"e soaltenders and Archie Adamson
.  ""' regular's escaped penalties dur-
"�� 'l>c season. Harry Griffiths led the
���6ue In point of penalties with 6ti
,"nmi's  lost  on  the  fence,  brrt.   Bob
finger  was  treading  on  his   heels
^." ���" minutes.   Jimmy Gifford was
J, "duster's   most  punished  placer-
l,.,.1.'"'  minutes,  while   Cliff   Spring
(1'. . "J minutes.    The other penalties
'"���" the season were:    OTteilly 30
OPENING   ANNOUNCEMENT:
��� S. E. EDWARDS (late with W.C. Chamber-
Iin) opens out on Thursday, Sept. 15, at
445 Columbia Street, Dean Block, a new
and complete line of the latest, most up-to-
date, and chaste stock of Jewellery ware.
All kinds of clock and watch repairing done
promptly.   Eyes tested free.
NOTE THE ADDRESS
S. E. EDWARDS
445 Columbia Street
Next to Muir's Drug Store
New Westminster
The Nationals will play against
Westminster on September IT and 24
for the Minto Cup and Canada's highest lacrosse bonqrs. Newsy Lalonde's
men will carry with them the best
wishes of eastern lacrosse lovers.
They have won the N. L. U. championship in snlendid style, capturing
ten games and losing only two. They
have played bard, clean lacrosse and
given splendid expositions of the
game wherever they have appeared.
Good luck to them!
The Minto Cup is badly wanted in
the east just now, and Its corning
would mean a big boom for the National game. While the Idea Is current that the Salmon Bellies have a
mortgage on the silverware, there ls
not apparent the interest which becomes so well lacrcsse In Ontario and
Quebec.
The Westerners play hard on their
own fleld, however, and the Nats must
go the limit to win out. It Is to be
honed that their reception and the Incidents In connection with their sojourn at the coast will not have the
unpleasant flavor that marred the
visit of the Montreal team.���Ottawa
Journal.
B.C. Mills
Timber and Trading   Co.
I      j   Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,   SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,   FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal^City^Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster Box  137
Contractors and
House Builders
B
est
We nave a full   line   of   the
Builders  Hardware in this City.
Before Buildtng See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Canadian Pacific Railway
Visit The
Sept 27th to Oct 1st
Tickets on Sale Sept. 24 to Sept. 28
Good to return until Oct. 6.
Rate SINGLE FARE AND ONE
THIRD FOR ROUND TRIP
at
ii
Canadian Pacific Railway
A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
Diamond Rings from   :......  ..... $15.00 to $200.00
Pearl Rings from $2.50 to $15.00
Rings with assorted stones as pearl and diamond, pearl  anil ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
t    Dominion   Trust  Block.
*********************************
Columbia   St.
>*****z
Live
Stock
Insurance
���   Live stock Insurance Is a subject that should. Interest all stock
raisers, horse breeders, and horse men.
The theory of live stock insurance is not new, untried or temporary, but one that has stood the test for many years and. met with
absolute success. .   .., '" ;���
The British Empire Insurance Company' is the only company In
the.West that Insures live stock against death from any cause.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
��� i
j .���:;���-,
Nearly Forgot the Cup.
The Nationals ought also to find
the gymnasium car useful on the re-
return trip, says an exchange. Of
course they wlll not need It then as
a gymnasium, but It wlll be found
real handy for bringing home their
share of the gate receipts, Whatever
curios they may pick up on the coast
���anl of course the Minto Cup. That
must net be  forgotten. _ _
fVttrtt. ������ ��� '^ ���-������������ -���������' ������"���" '   ��� **���**���*���������' ���������'     :* K"':     ���::v-���*^,���'���^^���*���^������^-������^A^^^.*^,���������^is,'������<*������
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62 PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
JHURSDAY,  SEPTEMBER ,.
f  :.,
���
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Read! Read!
A Life   Hangs   in  The Balance
To Save It A Business Must Be Sacrificed
AFFIDAVIT
Comes now Mr. J. C. Chamberlin and deposes that owing to the precarious
state of his health, and acting under advice of eminent authority, it becomes
necessary ���as he fully believes��� to remove from New Westminster to a different climate. That he has determined so to do out of consideration for self and
family, waiving all consideration of business, he has determined to close out his
stock of Boots and Shoes without consideration of cost or value. That said
stock is a Hindrance to his recovery, a menace to his good health wliich he will
seek to regain; that the paramount issue with him is restoration to good
health, outweighing all consideration of business, money, loss, etc., of whatever kind or nature.
Signed,   J. C. CHAMBERLIN.
Personally appeared before me on this date J. C. Chamberlin, and being
duly sworn, states that he has read and is familiar with foregoing statement;
that it expresses fully his determination and view, and his contemplated action, and to this end the closing out of his stock of Boots and Shoes, has entered into a contract with Lewis Bros. Co. of Spokane, to dispose of said stock
immediately. In furtherance of his contemplated action in removing from
New Westminster.
Declared before me at New Westminster, B. C, this twelfth day of September, 1910.
V. H. C. ABBOTT
(Seal) A Notary Public in and for the Province of 13. C.
IMPORTANT
An Avalanche of Fcot Wearables to
be let loose among the people.    And
when we say this we mean only the
dependable    kinds.    Yo i    have    seen
catchpenny sa'es hithe 11 wL'h a stock
made for sale    purposes;    of course,
amongst them some gcod ones. 1 i( i.i
the main merchandise I al c i ild not
l-e sold under a guarantee.   Xo.v this
is   where   we  shine     Every   boot   or
shoe in this sale goes with a guarantee for service    and    gcod    wei; ing
quality.   There is no sho.itiy, no f fces,
no imitations in the Chamberlin stock.
"Nothing But the Best" has been tbe
trademark     of   Chamberlin      in    hi,
twenty years    of business life.    You
"judge a tree by its fruit"; you Judge
a man by his product.   You know the
Chamberlin quality.
The  Superb   $25,000  Stock
Ladies', Men's, Youths', Misses and Children's Footwear
Without Reserve   -  Without Limit
Entire Stock of the
CHAMBERLIN   SHOE   CO.
Without Reference to Cost or Value
At   Sacrifice   Sale    For    Fourteen    Days
CONSIDER
Of what  avail    is    It  if
wealth l (yen l the dii
without  the capacity li'.
Wealth  without   health
quantity.   The apples
it Is a stern condlti m; one i
plored that confronts Mr. Cl imberlla
The possessor ol a  flou busi
ness, jm elegant stock of: Bne fool
wear as the Dominion can boast; none
better made or sold anywhi e And
Yet���there's a fly in the ointment���II
must be sacrificei. Money must be
lost, because ruthless disease is fastened itself upon him. Have you not
sympathy with Mr. Chamberlin In his
wrestle; his fight with the grim monster.
Quality the Paramount Factor
The high chaiacter of merchandise handled by this store mi kes it unnecessary to dwell ujon this
subject; lt suffices to state that an absolute guarantee of satisfaction will be given to every purchaser.
E\ery deal will be strictly on the square; none will be urged to buy, as the prices will he so low that
It will be impossible to resist laying in a supply for your present and futnre use. One visit will be
sufficient to convince even those who may be skeptically inclined. Please remember, we have no old,
shopworn, undesirable goods to sell, as everything in the entire stock is clean, fresli and of the very
best quality; anylxrdy can sell trash at low prices. We have none to offer at any price, but If you want
to set the best at ptic;s that are lower than would be asked for imitation goods elsewhere, then you
will surely follow the crowds to Cliamberlln's.
Plain Facts and Plain Figures
Kvery article will be marked in plain figures and strictly one price to all, and that one price
will, In every instance, be the lowest ever quoted on lirst class merchandise without exception. We will not, and do n it. want to. make one cent of profit. All other merchants must Bell al a
profit; therefore it stands to reason that our prices wlll be the K west. It's up to vou to hitch your Dollar to the biggest load of value It lias ever pulled; It's up to vou to quit paying high prices for your
goods; it's time for you to get wise to the fact that the "Dollar" ls your hest friend. Don't Waste
jour haul earned monev. but spend it wisely; spend it where vou can get the most. Compare prices
and then you'll notice the difference, not only in money saved, but in the qualitv of merchandise. Replace.
member tin
[RE ARE SALES AND SALES, BUT IN ALL B.C.
7
SALE LIKE
At Factory Cost      Remember the Day,
Does this mean anything to you if
one were to sell you dollars for fifty
cents each ? Would you be at the tail
end cf the procession with a little tin
bucket? We don't believe it; not
much. You'd be close up in front.
Now, we say Factory Cost. We mean
it at this Closing Out Sale. We shall
sell you the very best makes of Boots
and Slices at Factory Cost. We shall
sell \ou Uoots and ShoeB at what
other shoe men must pay. And while
we have sympathy for others we need
a little sympathy ourselves���on the
money-losing side. Rent, light, salaries, selling expense all have to be met.
That. too. without any offset of profit.
This will be your golden opportunity.
September 16th
The Hour-9 o'clock
The Phenomenal Event
The    Money-Saving Opportunity.
Remember the Place,
Chamberlin   Shoe   Co.
Remember to  Look For
The Big
Blue Sighs
The Dernier Resort
Not Making War on Competitors.
We believe In honest manly business
relations with all. But self-preservation is the first law of nature to tlie
individual. "The life is more than
meat; the body than raiment.'' What
wlll not a man sacrifice to protect
family and self. What mattered It to
Mr. Chamberlin when confronted with
the question of dispersing $86,000 of
tlie finest footwear ever assembled in
New Westminster at nn actual loss to
himself, or rejuvenation of self. I'"
you think he hesitated ? Not il
minute. This was his ultimatum. To
the people *>ho help unload this Incubus: Help lift this loa I from "��'
shoulders. I will give bigger bargains
than was ever known in R C. at whatever money cost lt may be to me.
CHAMBERLIN SHOE CO.
Purveyor of Fine Footwear.
LEWIS   BROS.   &   COY.
Money Savers to the People,
���lm
axmtk^m-m
'-iM*   *.#, SEPTEMBER   15,  1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
(lone by us gives the ut-
JLsatisfaction. Ourequip-
InU3 modern. The Latest
Ltion in a collar and cuff
Line has been installed.
lean, Economic, Prompt.
t'e labor only employed
oval City Laundry
iew
Wellington
L��
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
NOTICE      REGULATING      VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
to)
Phone 183
hnadiaii Pacific
Chilliwack
(Agricultural
Exhibition
l     on Sale Sept. 19 to 21
I      . good to return up
includes Sept. 24.
|l Ai ONE THIRD
FOR ROUND TRIP
Do  yon  wanl   to  increase  your
business'.'   Then see
A UN D E R
FOR
IGN
Kiii'i^auBC-TEaBsaEBaaiKSBS
Signs of every description.
Glass signs .-. specialty.
703 Columbia Street. Phone 765.
. AH I'M sons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind nre requested to keep to the let! hand side
0 the <;,,��� track while proceeding in
elthi r directii n,
By orde \
J. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall, Augusl  12. 1910.
The
Roya! Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid  Up
Reserves    	
.$5,000,000
.$5,900,000
Tho Bank has Brunches In
Canada exti nding from the Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba
throughoul the island: also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,   England,
Correspondents in all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
PLAN LARGE fARM
IN NORTHERN B.C.
Party With Project In View
Have Gone Into the Skeena
Valley.
ED. GOULET,
Manner.
Cedar, Fir and Hemlock
First Class Air Dried Stock
If you want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your wants, our price
will suit
all lines al   !',
b. i. Manufacturing to.
Phone 173    Lulu Island
!���'.ties'.    Our stock is
the    ��� ������ i
A Trip
To Europe ?
If so, you  will  want  the  very  I
thai can I e offe e i for ;��� our   m
and It i        nol matter what class of
di  Ired.
THE ROYAL LINE
will fill your wants. First, Second and
Third Cabin accommodation Is unex-
celle l whilst the Dining Sen Ice li ivi s
ni thing to be de dre 1.
The Next'Sailings nre
Royal George Sept. 23
Royal  Edward  Oct. 13
Royal  George    Oct. 27
Royal   Edward    Nov. 10
E .Goulet, agent C. P. R., will book
your pa sa e via I ese steamet s, or
write Wm. Stapleton, general agent,
Scon block. Winnipeg, Man.
$��_������; j^-aa2JUSERsacaiBS
_*iij��iBSmi&E__rv*au_tp*m'M^ ���
nssasap
Read   The   Following   Telegram
A. F. GWIN,
Mgr. Amalgamated Development Co.,
518 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Well No, 2 uncapped gushed over one thousand
barrels per hour for one and half hour.
O. L. WILLOUGHBY,
Superintendent.
The I'i ince Rupert Journal, in its Is-
sue of September 6, bad the following
in reference to the project of a party
of   Victorians   who  recently  left   for'
the northern poi tion of the province:
"There reached the city on Sunday
a  patty   ihat  has  in   view   plans that
will  mean much for the development
of  this  part of   the   province.      The
party Is from Victoria and includes .1.
A. Anderson, formerly deputy minis-,
ter of agriculture for the province; F.|
E.  Mitchell  and  Mr.  Carlton,  both  of j
whom are well known iii this city.  Associated with these men in the   project  they  have In hand, is ('.  Hanson1
i-   .ens.   who  are  to  take  a  very   active part In the arrangements,
"The pi incipals   In   the affair   are!
not    very   communicative   resj eel In ���
thi lr plans.    They have .one up the
Skeena 11\ er an I will t here examine
lanii   lu   i onnection  with  the  project.
The great featut    of tl e plan In
Is the establishment of a farm on a
very extensive scale.    The farm  will
it is belie> e I, be conducti .1 undi -  I:,
immediate   charge   of    the   Hanson
Bn   . and wil! be can led out   on   ;i
most  c >.'��� nsive i   ale.
"Included in the plans is the planting ol .; lar ;e orchard an.l conne d
wll ii thai ��ill be a nui sery whet e I e
young trees for future planting In I ,���
dist i i :t will be cared for, and variei- j
; ; da] ted to ihe climate will be
available. lt is reported also that
the e will be a greal stock farm in
connection with the scheme so that
the farming operations will nol he dependent upon one branch of the industry alone.
"The  putting of the live stock on
the iaiul will be proceeded with without  delay,  according to  the plans  so
that   there   will   soon    he  an   income
from  the   land.     The   project   is    not j
one that  will be confined to the one:
organization,    lt will  have   far-reaching  effects  upon  the  whole  country. :
Those   directly   interested    are.   it    isl
said, planning to develop a wide sec-;
tion of the i ich  agricultural lands of j
the Skeena on a comprehensive scale \
that will work to the advantage of all
settlers who go into the country.
"This is the first of the moves on a
very  large  scale, but  there is reason
|to believe that before  many months'
j pass  there   will   be  many   other  such
[propositions launched and the agricultural  resources  of this  northern  part
i of the province will be developed to
an extent that will astonish the older
I parts of the country.   With a rich dis-
' trict within easy reach by rail of this
city, with a market to be established
here that will be one of the very best
| j on the coast, and with no mistakes to
j rectify,   the   opportunities   for   carrying on farming operations either on a
gigantic scale or in a modest way are
such as to attract the best in that in
dustry."
City Property
We have several lots on
Eighth avenue which must be
sold.    Call and see us at once.
In townsite, one-half acre lots
and  blocks up to eighty acres.
We have the exclusive sale of
the very choicest buys in the
townsite. Prices from $800 to
$2 i per acre.
National finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   E.   C.
GENERAL AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire    Insurance Co.
Thc     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. P:rmanent Loan Co.
NOTICE
The Twentieth Annual
EYUIRITinfl
of the District of Surrey Agricultural
Association will he held at Surrey
Centre.
Tuesday, Sept. 27
Special car VS. C. E. R. will leave
Front street at 9 a.m.. returning same
day.
J. STEWART,
President.
H. BOSE.
Sec.-Treas,
CORPORATION       OF       THE       DISTRICT     OF     BURNABY.
Bylaw    No.  83.
WHEREAS Fourth street, Burnaby,
'being   more   particularly   hereinafter
��� described, has been used us a traveled
i road   for   several   years   past;    AND
WHEREAS doubts have arisen whether  the  whole of  the  said   street   has
ever been  actually  dedicated  to   the
Ipubllc   and    the    possession    thereof
1   ted    In    the   municipality,    AND
WHEREAS  is  is  advisable   to  establish  and  open  the said street  under
Ithe    provisions    of    the    "Municipal
j Clauses Act."   THEREFORE the municipal  council  of the corporation of
[the district  of  Burnaby  ENACTS   as
follows:
1.   The   street   known   as   Fourth
stieet  Burnaby, and being particularly described aa a strip of 1 md forty-
nine  and  a  half feet in  width,  lying
thirty-three   (33)   feet northeast and
sixteen  and  a  half  feet southwest   of
the hereinafter described line, that is
to say, commencing at the most easterly coiner of lot twenty-eight.   I2S),
group one, New Westminster district,
thence   northwesterly   along the line
dividing    lot,s    28    and     21,   group
jl,        New        Westminster       district,
j for    a    distance    of    one    thousand
| nine     hundred     and     thirty     feet
'more or less to Its intersection with
I Seventh avenue   In lot   twenty-eight,
group one. New Westminster district.
ALSO     a     snip  Of   land  sixty-six   feet.
wide lying thirty-three (33) feet on
each side of the hereinafter described
center line that Is to s iy commencing
at a point on the line dividing lot
twenty-eight (28), group one ill from
lol i m nty-seven U'T), group one (1),
listanl one thousand nine hundred
and thirty feet north westerly from
the most easterly corner of lot twenty-eight (28), group one (1), Now
Westminster district .thence north
westerly along the line dividing lot
twenty-eight (28), group one il),
from lot twenty-eoven (27), group
one il). for a distance of one thousand seven hundred and seventeen
feet more or less to (he most northerly corner of lot twenty-eight C'S),
group one ll). New Westminster district, shall be and is hereby established and (.relied as a public road and
hL'hw ty.
2. For the purpose of definitely
vesting possession of the said road
and highway in the municipality of
the corporation of the district of
Burnaby, the council may enter upon,
expropriate and take any real property that is necessary or convenient
for the said purpose subject to the restrictions contained in section Hal and
2f>2 of the "Municipal Clauses Act."
3. This bylaw may be cited for all
purposes as the "Fourth street appropriation hylaw."
���1. Passed by tho council on the
23rd day of July, 1010.
RECONSIDERED and anally adopted, signed by the reeve and clerk and
sealed with the corporate seal on tbe
   dav of   1910.
REEVE. C. M. ('.
Tbis is to certify that the above
bylaw is a true copy of one which is
proposed to be reconsidered and finally passed on the 17tb day of September   1910.     C. T.  SAUNDERS. C.M.C.
The Amalgamated Development Co. Has Made Good
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
518 Hastings Street, West Telephone 4327
RICH GOLD FINDS
IN TERRA DEL FUEGO
SS. Lyra Brings Confirmation
of Previous Reports of the
Strikes of Precious Metal.
Confirmation of the news brought
by vessels of the Kosmos line that
discoveries of big deposits of gold
have been found in Terra del Fuego
Island in the extreme south of the
two Americas, is furnished by those
on board the Luckenbach Steamship
comapny's liner Lyra, wliich is now in
Puget sound after bringing a big
sugar crop cargo from New Vork to
San Francisco. |
According to those on the Lyra
what was formerly a small settlement
at Punta Arenas, is now a thriving
town of more than 15,000 Inhabitants. |
Gold has been discovered and mines
are worked far back in the interior of
Terra del Fuego Island. Even though
the fierce winter snows and blizzards
were raging while the Lyra was at
Punta Arenas July 4, news of active
pursuit of the precious metal on the
island was brought to the vessel by
those on shore.
One enthusiatic miner at Punta Arenas  is  credit  with  saying that   the
gold in Alaska will be insignificant in
comparison to the strikes in far south
Terra    del    Fuego.      Many    of    the
wealthy    owners    of    sheep   ranches |
north of Punta Arenas have crossed j
the Straits of Magellan and are trying I
tlieir fortunes on the new fields. !
First  news  of  the  remarkable  dis-1
coverles of gold in the far south were \
brought  here  some   months ago   by j
vessels  of the  Kosmos line.    It  was
aaid   then   that   more   than   250.000 j
ounces of the precious metal, valued I
at $5,000,000, had been taken out in
one season and conveyed to England.
Much of the gold had been mined on
the mainland north of Cape Froward
and Punta Arenas, though a consider-1
able quantity  came   from   Terra  del
Fuego. % I
The districts ln which gold has
been found belong to Chile and to the
Argentine Republic. Facilities and
encouragement are given to miners by
both governments, and lt is thought
that this policy will attract a large
number of prospectors to the new
flelds.
r
I For a Few Days Only I
82 feet on First St., between 3rd
and 4th Ave. Best residential site
in city.    $3150, easy terms.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY~
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The*New Westminster City Specialists
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75  per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT 8TREET.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Weekday Schedule
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at  5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,   i
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m. X
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at  6:50, ,6:50,  7:20,  8:00   9
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m. *
Return Fare:   AduKs, 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. ra., 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 tor Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. in. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Lint���20-mlnute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday  Service���20-mlnute service from 8 a.m. to. 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���20-mlnute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Sunday  Service���20-mlnute rervice from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
���I PAGE  EWHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMber_
;.
Am-
vou
If you buy your
munition from us,
J [will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
*^**~c**:.**y**^**-r** ** ���**���:
iCity News;
�� ���
**rr**^.**^**-:**-J**rr**0**C**i,i**^**^**^**^*****y.'**-yr*
The steamer Trader came Into port
yestetd.o with a cargo of general
merchandise.
See  ra!
purchasing
tarn:;',
!se.\ he
re    stock    before
:���. Agnes street. *
The laying t i tl e new Eighth street
sewer luis progiessed nearly up to
Queens avenue.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies giienhou.se,
R 20S.
The moving picture shows in the
opera house have heen discontinued,
for a time at least.
Hays-port
lots sell for $100 up rer
lot, on easy
terms. $10 cash and    $5
per month.
Particulars W. J. Kerr a
Co., Ltd.
��� ��
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me,
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMANS DEPENDABLE NON-
CURL 1NQ FILMS with you and you
can enjoy evary moment of this year's
vacation all over again at ?**>' tifflfi
KODAKS from $16 up.
j,..,.PROWNIES from jl to |12^
ggg our SpSSi&J prizes /or the Prov-
iflcial  Exhibition fli is 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.
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
A meeting of the Y. M. C. A. building committee, called for yesterday
afternoon, was postponed until tills
afternoon.
Davies greenhouse Is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R -OS. **
Andrew Lumsden, who has been
here visiting his grandson, C. S.
Sutherland, has leturned to his home
at Coleinan, Alberta.
A quiet wedding was celebrated in
Vancouver yesterday, when Miss Leslie Fearn, or Burnaby, became t; e
bride of J. A. Unger, of the B. C. E. K.
engineering staff,
W. E. Fales carries the hest select
ed stock pf household furniture in tne
city and privet defy conipetitijn. **
The "B. �� f." a tug boat owned
by the British Cgitpghja Packers' as
sociation, came in yest<sf<j;0' with a
cargo of salmon to he put ItUO cold
storage at the plant heig* t
Irons beds and bedding, the largesf |
range of designs and prices. W. E i
Fales. **     |
The    Women's    Auxiliary    of    the
Royal Columbian hospital held a special meeting in the    board    of    trade |
rooms at the city hall yesterday afternoon.    The  regular  meeting  will    be i
held on Monday evening.
Just one  fire  alarm  was turned in I
at the fire stations yesterday. It came |
from Fourth  street and Fifth avenue
where  there  was  a  small  bush   fit e.
Halls Ncs. 2 ar.d 3 responded und h.i.l
no difficulty i:i checking the flames.
Gi:ls wanted to learn millinery busi-
iness.   Apply at once Mrs. Moore, cp-
I cslte post, ollice. **
t
j    A new gang of men is starting work
��� idaj on the Coquitlam pipe line. Thej
contractors a'.teady have two cr three
..-.ind  feet   of the  i ipe  laid.    Tiie
laying of the Lulu islan I water main
ito the cit.  limits i:; al uost completed.
r
The Public
Supply Sijres
Hays-rort hi 8
ti.tuiais at W. J.
a .teat future;
Kerr & Co.. Ltd
par-
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture   to  sell?   See
ring up No. 275.
The next fi.uue at the count ycourt
ls the trial of Abbot vs. Draper, to b?
hei J on September uO. After that
there will be eases every day or so.
The case of Sum Kum Wo k Co. vs.
me   Or  the city will  co.i.e  up on September
Ihe Ceninl \W Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot.
25c - Merman ts Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
STORAGE
II. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market
PHONE
rxiu
: 475.
uare
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St, or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting. Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc.,  Etc.
.MUIR'S
DRU& STORE
in the -
Deane Block
Four dsors east of the Bank cf
Monti eai, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite tbe
City Market
on
Columbia St.. No. 441.
**����� **r,*ns*.er. B. C
Tbe Salvation Army will hold a
musical r eet ing and social in the S.
A. hall, Eighth street, on Friday, Sep-
tern! er Vi. at eight o'clock p.m. Admission 16 cents. The new library
will be unveiled same evening.      *���
Roland Triggs. a little eight year
old boy from Port Kells, was taken
to the Royal Columbian hospital yesterday suffering from an axe wound
In his hand. One finger was nearly
severed. He was hurt while playing
with an older brother.
Hays-port has the G. T .P. K. running through it. and a large wharf
nearly completed; also telegraph line
Particulars at VV .,J. Ken- �� Co.,
Ltd. ������
Chief Fire Ranger Martyn has not
been weli for three or tour weeks, tin !
has not tren able to work on the
forest ll:<-s raging in the vicinity. He
is greatly missed, 83 he has mote experience in fire fighting than any
other man on the Job.
Hays-port will have a million and r
half dollar cold storage to be completed early ne.\t year. Particulars at
W. J. Kerr &. Co., Ltd. **
The provincial police were notified
yesterday of the theft of a net belonging to Andrew Knutson from the
B. C. cannery at Annlevlllc. The net
was taken from the rack and some of
the float corks weie taken off and left
on the liver bank. The net had a
brown colored patch near one end
some of tl'e leads were marked "B.C."
The police are Investigating.
*B ���_ i r '~'i ' i ~ iTj "i ���".����� '**
You Need
groceries at all times, nnd our
store is the right place to make
your purchases.
We have the best groceries ln
town. Our bottled and canned
goods, flour, butter, eggs and
other staples are noted for their
excellent qualities. They make
good eating possible, and that
means good health.
We Deliver
your goods to your home, and
save you the trouble and inconvenience of your carrying them.
Call at our stoie, tind leave
your order for what you need,
and our boy will deliver your
poods very promptly. We don't
charge you extra for this.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
A quiet but pretty wedding was
solemnized by Kev. C. W. Hrown at
Queens avenue .Methodist church yesterday morning, when Emma Grace,
third daughter of Mr, and Mrs. F.
Shaw, of Mowat street, was united in
wedlock to Edwin Dickinson, of North
Vancouver. After spending a brief
honeymoon, Mr. an 1 Mis. Dickinson
will take up their residence in North
Vancouver.
The People's Trust company report
the sale yesterday of 100 acres of
land in Surrey municipality. A num
j her of important deals in property
adjacent to Port Mann are pending
and some of these will probably be
closed this week. A growing demand
for city houses Is also noticed.
Miss Edna Beatrice Burr, daughter
of Joseph Burr, of Royal avenue, was
married yesterday afternoon to Eric
Rodney Rich, of Seattle. Rev. J. S.
Henderson performing the ceremony
at the residence of the bride's father.
W, .1. Burr supported the groom and
Miss Bessie Burr acted as bridesmai I.
Mr. and Mrs. Rich left on the afternoon train for Seattle, where they
will make their home.
The Misses Connor and McQuarrie
have pleasure in announcing to the
ladies of Xew Westminster and district, that they are having tlieir new
fail millinery opening on Wednesday
and Thursday, the 14th and 16th of
Se[>le:i.ber. They extend a cordial Invitation to you to be present at the
opening, In which the most important
features of the latest models are offered. The new millinery parlors are
over T. H. Smith's    store,    rooms    1
and 2. ������
I
A successful social and sale of work '
was held at the residence of Mrs. Al- !
First
Autumn Showing of Millinery
Wednesday,
Sept.  14th and
Following Days
W
one
extend the invitation and will welcome
and all to the store during our opening
play of Autumn* Millinery. The Millinery Section
will be found in the same location as in previous
seasons, but a larger space has been given over to
to the needs of this important department, Better
light and improved surroundings will serve to make
the showing more attractive than was possible under our past crowded condition.
THE SHOWING WILL BE
LARGER AND MORE
AUTHORITATIVE THAN
EVER BEFORE
We have gathered together from Engliish, continental and American fashion centres the very newest
styles and productions. We established long ago
the millinery .supremacy hereabouts. Wednesday's
opening display will demonstrate that no store in
British Columbia affords a more complete'or up-to-
date showing of Autumn Millinery.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
yes-
Utt;
lan P. Grant, Blackford Btreet
j terday afternoon tind evening,
treasury of the Women's Auxili-'-v rt
! St. Barnabas' church being enriched
by about $a."> as a lesult. .die. (,. r.
Corbould and Mrs. C. W. boughton
were in charge of tbe t'-a table, Mrs.
W. X. Draper looked alter the work
stall. Mrs. li. P. Latham was in con
trol of tbe candy booth and the ice
cream corner was under the case oi
Mrs. Saun'.ers and .Miss Godson,
Pot  plants
Tidy's Btore.
and fresh  cut  flowers at
Phone 184.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
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*
Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE VOU MONEY	
5 Iota on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of  this  property.    $350  each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & GO., Ltd.
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Tliose having furnished toons to
'ef dining the progress of the provincial exhibition, aie ask d to kindly
leave their names and addresses,
with tlie number of rooms they have
to let, at the secretary's office, Thomson block, where tlie:e will he some
person in attendance, up to the date
of the exhibition, to receive this information. Numerous Inquiries have
already been received as to the accommodation at the disposal of the
hotels, and private residences.
W. II. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary.
P. O. Box 59, New Westminster, B.C.
FRIDAY
SEPT. 16
Fur!      Fun!
FRIDAY
SEPT. 16
LAUC H
Lawrence & SancJusky[present lhe
Funny Comedy
Fun!
Scretirirf
Fun!
ii
By Rex Beich and Paul Armstrong.
ONE YEAR AT BELASCO THEATTE NEWjOT
Great Comedy Cast ��� All Specia^Scenery|
Ticksts at Tidy's, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c
The Westminster Modern
Business School
has great demand for thoroughly competent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session. . ,   , .   , -
_��� "*>!'*������*'.
A. L. BOUCK,
(10 Cslumbla SL
Principal.
Sundays
oast of
Spring,Lamb, Veal/.Spring Chicken or anything��*
that is good in the me it line.   You can sure get * a
If you want something  Choice "for
Dinner, rlnglupThone 101 and order a nice r
P. BURNS'
: COLUMBIA STREET
MARKET
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