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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
V0LUMB 5, NUMBER 181.
MOWS
RACE SUICIDE
YPEWRiTERS
andard   Make  ?5   Per   Month.
ITE, SHSLES & CO.
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. ('., WEDN ESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1910.
PRICK FIVE  (       i'S.
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v       Hayti   Pari,anient  Convene
3irth Rate Among Americans Falls, but Foreigners
Exhibit Fecundity.
WaBbington, Aug. 30.-Census flg-
res show that the birth rate hai
Wlndled to ^ great extent in the last
���-<ir�� Government statisticians
that ti"1 signs show a big growth
la)
Tbe Internal Increase
������ nice suicide,
|n |(,,,ulatl<.n from 1900 to 1910 was
Lmt 5 .|l11"  ��s  against   13,0(K',(ioo
tleen the  years  181)0 and  1900.
This deduction is made on the esti-
. Por< A" Prince, Hayti, Aug
30.���Parllamenl was con\ med
i'i extraordinary session today
to discuss the contract with
tlie new hank which has been
organized with a capital of
H.000.1  to take up the treasury service.
MANY INDIANS LEAVE        jSIEVEK THAI GIVEN TO
FOR AGASSIZ HOP FIELDS:   MR. AND MRS. BLAKELEY
Unsanitary    Camp    on    Front
Broken   Up   Without   Police
Interference.
Street   Many   Friends    Gather    to    Celebrate
Silver  Wedding���J.   Henley
Makes Presentation.
YELLOW PERIL IN SCHOOLS.
its
con-
Chicago Is Now Facing Same Problem
as California.
Chicago,    Aug.     30.���The
peril" in the public    schools
subject  agitated California   two year.
ago,   and  tha  general   proposition    of
I browing  the  Chicago  public   schools
open to adult aliens, came   up   at   a
meeting  of the    school    management
committee of the   Chicago   board   of
education    yesterday.    The    question
rose on the application of Yim Chan
A   huge  number  of  friends  of  Mr.
and  .Mrs. George S. Blakeley    assembled at their residence, 332 Eleventh
Btreet,   yesterday   evening,   the   ocea
ns  years  old,
Yamanaka, 21
The Issue
i  Chinese,
years  old,
hour's discussion  brought no decision
j and the question will be put up to the
ENGLISH INVASION OF
CANADA BRINGS RICH .EN
vite thai 191" census will show a
Lulatlon of 90,000,000, an increase
14,000,000 since 1800.
However it ls estimated that Included In H'is 14,000,000 are 9,000,000
Immigrants, thus leaving only 6,000,-
MO that were born in the decade. Us-
L, the Bame method of calculation,
i \- estimated that. 14,000,000 were
Lni i'i the decade between 1890 and j entire board of educa'   u
It is well known that the birth
fcate in foreign families is much
higher than in America, so that, flgur-
flnely, it would appear that not
Lore than 2,000,000 babies have been
_om in the l'nited States In typical
American    families    in the last    ten
[years.
In New York City and other contested centres it is estimated that
fhe birth rate in foreign families is
bver TE per cent, higher than in
American families. Pursuing this
h. nd ol reasoning even further, it
koiild appear that some day real
���American families will be extinct,
labile the l'nited States will be Incited by a polyglot nation of cos-
|r. polltans,
Census experts  estimate  thai    the
nrli.il! population of the l'nited States
111 show  an increase of to per eent.
the past  ten  years.    However,  the
���eturns are  generally  unsatisfactory.
The city council    just    passed
resolution against the unsanitary
j dition or the Indians camped on Fronl
istieet in time, for yesterday tbey all
left for Agassiz to engage In bop i lek
yellow j,K-   There were about three hundred'sion being the   twenty-fifth   anniver-
Whl0h    veTim.  _'"." S""ani"- Tl, Th.re|��try Of the wedding of tbe hosts. Uur-
"em  Indians on  every  available step1
and seat of the cars and some of tbem
were hanging out of the windows.
Tbey did not leave New Westminster at the instigation of the city
council. In fact they had no idea that
their p
jing the evening a silver tray was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Blakeley, Mrs.
Matheson tendering the gift to Mrs.
Blakeley, after Joseph Henley, whose
long experience well fitted him for tbe
resence was objected to when part, bad delivered a speech eulogistic
tbey   made   arrangements
same   days Jof the hosts.
Mr. Blakeley responded in a polish-
an  Agent  McDonald  stated  yes-! el   manner,  thanking   bis  fiiends  for
for admission to one of the schools.      terday that the presence   of the   In- the present, which he said lie would
came up in open session, danB in tlie cit>' meant a lot of money]always keep and cherish as a toKen
and  Yonezl  a^�� ,0 ,,e transferred,
a Japanese,!
India
but was immediately laid over for ac-   t0 tlle merchants and the city might |of their frlenshlp.
tlon   In     executive     session.     A   half I Prov'de      some    accommodation    for
them. He pointed out that the Indian
camp on Front street was not the
only unsanitary spot ln the citv.
TECHNICAL    EDUCATION.
Tide of Tcurist Travel Turning From
European  Continent to the
Dominion.
Commission's        Inquiry       in
Scotia    Is    Closed.
Nova
Amherst. N. S.. Aug. 30.���The commission   on   industrial   training   and]
technical education has closed its in- j
quiry,  so  far  as  Nova  Scotia  is  con-!
cerne 1.    A  short  review  of  its  work
in  this province  may  be of  interest.
The commission's business it not ex-,
eoutlve: it is to bear and Inquire, but
to do nothing.    The needs and pres-'
'ent equipment   of   Canada   respecting
-Montreal, Aug. 30.���The English in- technical education, and also the sys-
vasion  of  Canada   has  grown  almost items and methods obtaining in oilier
s the Amerl- countries, are the subjects of inquiry.
The fierce competition of the day, the
Included among the guests of the
evening were Mr. and Mrs. Alex.
Matheson, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Henley, Mr. and Mrs. A. Chappell, Mr.
and Mrs. Nels Nelson, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Jaggers, Mr. and Mrs Capt. Young,
Mr. and Mrs. John Matheson, Mr. and
Mrs. \V. Philpot, Mr. and Mrs. L
Grimmer. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mclnnes,
Mr. and Mrs. D. McDonald, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Einbree, Mr. and Mrs. Booth
(Coquitlam), Mr. and Mrs. Milton, Mr.
and Mrs. C. B. Beans, Mr. and Mrs.
J. G. Howse, Mr. and Mrs. W. Andrews. Mis. Ploatson, Mrs. M. Faulkner, Miss Booth, Miss Minnie Thornton, and Messrs. N. McLeod, J. Houston, R. Jamieson and A. G. Matheson.
SENTENCE   TOMORROW.
to as great proportions a
can invasion of England.
'Phis was the declaration of \Y. J.
Thorold, editor of the Canadian Mail,
of London, Kngland, who was at the
Canadian Pacific railway headquarters
j today, arranging for a lengthy tour of
Sugar Weighing j Canada in the interests of !iis~jom-
nal.
'"I here   is   nothing   more    remarkable   in   the   relations    of   the    mother
country  with  Canada,"  he said, "than
the great  and growing interest  which
n
���" 8    of
MANITOBA LIQUOR  LAW
WORKS  IN  PECULIAR  WAY
******************<*
��� *
��� World's Wheat Supply. ���
���   ���
��� Chicago,     Aug.     30. ��� The   ���
��� world's available total    wheat   ���
���
���
���
��� ���
���������������������������������������������������������
LIME   CLAIMS   MORTGAGED.
supply    is compute!    as being ���
51,000,000  bushels   greater    at ���
present   than    was    the   case ���
twelve months previous. ���
Property
$75,000  Raised    to  Develop
Near Kendall.
Bellingham, Aug. 30.���That tbe construction of a lime plant by tbe International Lime company, of Seattle,
at Kendall seems assured is taken
from tbe fact that a $75 000 mortgage
was filed with tbe county auditor.
Richard T. Elliott, a capitalist of
Victoria, B.C., is tbe mortgagor. Tbe
lime claims of the company ut Kendall are given as security.
Kendall Is situated between Maple
Falls and Sumas, on tke B. B
lines. It ls understood the ?T5,oou
was loaned on condition that Hie
money be expended for the ejection
of buildings and installing machinery,
Mr, Elliott to be repaid from earnings
of tlie plant. ,,  ���
PORTUGAL AND m
JOIN AGAINST ItICAN
Nations Said to have Secret
Understanding to Break
Power of Rome.
DESPICABLE ATTEMPT
TO SWINDLE TWO MEN
Lisbon, Aug. 30.���Premier Sousa today ordered a rigorous investigation
of religious orders in Portugal, and it
is predicted freely that foreign religious orders will be expelled by the
government.
The belief is expressed bere that
Spain and Portugal have reached a
secret understanding and that they
have combined to break the power of
the Vatican in the Ibernian peninsula.
The business interests of Portugal
are particularly active against the-
iV j, ,; |clericals, charging that the religious
'orders virtually are cloaks [or the
commercial organizations which thereby obtain unfair advantage in trade.
The king is reported as being ia
sympathy with the action of the premier in causing an investigation. His
majesty recently appointed a commission to investigate and report on the
situation in Spain.
Brothers   Lured   Away   by   Fake  Tele
gram After Waiting Many Days
to   File cn   Homestead.
Reslon. Man., Aug. 30.���A respectable merchant of this town was fined
$50 and costs the other day for an Infraction   of  the  liquor  act.     He  was
|Mfi   Oivicted    of
Frauds to Know Fate Thursdiy.
Xew York, Aug. 30���The sentencing
Icl Charles It. Ileike, former secretary
Ic [hi       c    an Sugar Refining com-
I; ; Krnest Qerbracht, the form-
l��- ndent     Of    the   William--   j     ;,,  -,
refinery, was   postponed   until  the  members
|."' lembi    l.
e men  were    convicted    several
Itepks ..: conspiracy   to   dt fraud
ItU i'i..-* i state* government out of
r duties by false weighing
lot imported sugar.    Tbey have been
fat liberty on JHO.uoO bail each.
struggle   between   capital   an.l   labor.
and   the   necessity    of   making   every
man's labor as effective and profitable not to blame for the breaking of the
as possible have impelled the govern- law, but had to suffer.    The clrcum-
ment to make this inquiry into the re- stances  of  the  case  ate  as  follows:
lations of education to labor. On opening bis store in tbe morning
The result of the inquiry so far are  lie found that the back office bad been
certainly     most     interesting.       They   invaded by two young men. wbo had
j show,   first,  that   N'ova  Scotia  is  the brought, liquor With them, and having
banner   province   in   technical   eiluca- 'consumed     more    than    they     could
| tion.    The coal mines of the province I handle bad fallen asleep.    The owner
have   long   been   run    by    iron    lech-1 was naturally  very  much  annoyed at
nically trained in mines schools and
���" the '-jir.Lr.i'in by ' night schools. Tbe varioug man;*.;. ei "
the  aristocracy  and superintendents,  overmen  and  bosses
Calgary, Aug. 30.���By means of a
forged telegram two young men
named Chandler from Edgerton, were
lure 1 away from the steps of the Dominion land office at Edmonton,
where they had beld their position for
nine days In order to be first in line
to secure a valuable homestead as
soon as it was thrown open for entry.
Thev had not taste 1 a hot  meal for
Criticism  of Alfonso.
Barcelona, via Cerebere, Aug. 30.���-
All the warring elements ln Spanish
society are united in the sentiment
that King Alfonso is endangering his
throne by being absent at a time
when Spain is passing through one of
the gravest crises In her history.
Monarchists and republicans, clericals and anti-clericals alike, are
severe in their criticism, and the
clericals particularly resent ths excuse that the king ls seeking advice
in France and England, one country
Protestant and the otber opposing tae
church.
Alfonso is censured also for leaving
the country when revolutionary Jtalk
is rife, and while a big industrial
strike is on. He is regarded as Indirectly responsible for the Barce-
lone riots last year, although he
pleads that his ministers acted without bis consent.    It Is pointed out. that
the riots and bloodshed probably
over a week and day and nlghl kepi would have heen avoided if the king
tl-.eir positions on the cold stoae stepsjhad noi been amusing himself at the
ot the offlce, determined to secure two summer   capital   of   San   Sebastian
E HELP IS NEEDED TO
T UTAH FOREST FIRES
I Fire Line Clo��e to Yellowstone  Park
Is Fifteen   Miles  Long���Heavy
Wind Hampers Fighters.
Ogden, run. Aug. 30.���A high wind
lPrevaile:l near Island park last nishi
��nd tills morning. The fire line was
fifteen miles long In the largest fotest
ten the evtxaakoe to Yellowstone park
jail|i the men in charge of the fire
totprs ��ene .exhausted.
is tine .substance of a message
the wealthy classes. Formerly n::llp i'11 trained men, possessing cer-
was the fashion to go to the continent Itiflcates qualifying them for their
for holidays. Now the tide of tour- positions. The technical college is a
ists travel Is turning to Canada, and movement in this province in advance
probably never before in the history of other provinces, and is exhibiting
of tbe  British empire were s.i ma I'eady   wonderful   strength    and    vi-
EngUsh people in one of the Bfti a tality.. Three new professors have
dominions as arntnowiun Cana 1. lately been api-olnted, and a new of-
Great as was this irfWx. Mr. Yhor-! Are bas been f >und necessary���that
old prophesied that It was but small of inspector of technical schools. Mr.
compared with tbe numbers wbo ; Barteaux, of the Truro school, has
would be coming flve years hence. He|lieen appointed.
said the success which was attending Another feature of industiial work
the Canadian Mall, a Canadian paper -has been discovered by the commis-
publiahed In London everv week, was ' slon- Industries can be made equally
an admirable Index of the general ln- jif not more successful In small local!-
n-rest in the dominion. The Mail de-]"09 tl,an lu larPe centers. They found
voted itself largely to financial news \ factories flourishing ia small places
from Canada and gave a larger list ofl the main lino, without posesslng
of quotations of Canadian securities! an-v special facilities for shipping
than any other paper
More British money, lie said, was
now belng'-l^Wsted In Canada than
in any other country In the world.
In tbe year 1909 no less a sum than
��38,000000, or $190,000,000, was invested ln Canadian securities by tlie
people of the l'nited Kingdom. The
next greatest investing country for
British capitalists was the United
States,   with   ��22)000,000   last    year.
Daring  the   first   six   months  of  the
weeived at the  local  forest  service Ipmeent year, ��20,000,000,"or $130000.
Bttdquarters.   The appeal for ail has } 000,   had  been   invested   in    Canada.
'"' ' answered by sending more men [Thfl great number of Canadian secur-
ities put on the market ln May md
.lune. however, caused a considerable
quantity to be taken over by the un
derwriters, so that the average
flist six months would not be kept up
for the rest of tbe year. Still tbe
total for the present year would be
far in excess of any year in tbe do-
i minion's history.
I10 help subdue tthe flames.
'bere   are   360
mt tire and
Mill
men    fighting   tiie
tbey are expected   to
control of tive flames as soon a.;
' heavj   wind which has prevailed
lasl  Sat unlay subsides.
since
TO
ELECTROCUTE SKEETERS.
Jersey City Folk A��k Inventor Edison
,0  Exterminate  Pest.
0raD8e,   X. j.,   AtlK.    3o,_Several
of Northern   New   Jersey,
Thomas A.  Edison a peti-
.AMERICAN GIRL TO WED JAP.
JWittenta
liave B6n
dot
urSlng him to tnra his Inventive
He  Is Well-to-do    and    Graduate    of
Yale  University.
30.���Zentaro Marl
for
their products, doing a fine business,
and in many cases shipping their
wares to Ontario, the northwest and
British Columbia. Professor Robertson declared that small communities
possess some advantages over large
ones.. Tbe employes and their families bave more of the benefits of
rural life. Tbey avoid the evils of
congested centers. They have better
bouses, possibly have gardens,
breathe better air, and have better
surroundings than in large and populous centers. The cost of living is
usually less.
At Liverpool they met the summer
school of science teachers, atten ing
at a cost of rrom $-.r> to $30 apiece.
of j The town had taken so much interest
In the movement that the people are
asking the government to indemnify
tbe teachers against loss, because the
country gets thc benefit of their
work.
it is proposed at a later date to
call a conference of, say fifty leading
educationists and industrial people at
Halifax to discuss the questions at issue, compare notes and settle and define the propositions growing out of
the conclusions  arrived  at.
the presence of tbe young men ar.d
ti:eir liquor, but being of an easy going disposition, and after consi 'er-
able discussion, lie decided to let the
young men go. and not to report the
matter to the authorities. However,
just as he had come to this conclusion the local constable appeared on
tbe sceue. and In the confusion which
followed the young men escaped, and
no explanation on tbe part of tbe
business man was taken by the constable for having liquor on his premises, and although be ls habitually an
abstainer lie was taken before the
magistrate and heavily fined.
choice    homesteads    adjoining    their
property near Edgerton.
On Monday afternoon a messenger
I boy   rusned  up  to  them  and  Ua.ultd
when he Bhould have been in Madrid.
Clashes in Spain.
Bilbao,  Spain.  Aug.  30.���The
situ i-
a general strike, is worse today than
ever before. Shipping in many of the
harbors is tied up, and thousands of
persons are Pile. Strikers today
fired upon the troops sent heie to preset \e order. Additional outbreaks ara-
predicted.
KAMOUS   ENGINEER   DEAD.
Charles Talbot  Porter  Received John
Fritz Medal Last Year.
Montelalr, N. J., Aug. B0.���Charles
Talbot Porter, an engineer and inventor of international leputatlon. is dead
at his home here after a brief illness.
In recognition of- his work in advancing steam engineering and for improvements ln engine construction,
Mr. Porter received the John Filtz
medal in 1110!). The only otber recipients thus far have been Lord Kelvin,
Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas A.
Edison and George Westinghouse.
The medal is conferred by joint ac
tlon of the four national engineer
societies.
TREADWELL MILL TO
DAVE 200 MORE STAMPS
Titled  Woman's Tragic   Death.
Edinburgh, Aug. 30.���The body of
Lady Marjorie Gladys Stuart Erskine,
second (laughter of tbe Barl of
Buchan, who had been missing for a
month, was found on Sunday lying on
the heather on a lonely mountainside.
An examination of the remains showed that Lady Marjorie's ankle had
been injured. It is presumed that
Lady Marjorie. wbo was fond of
mountain climbing, fell and broke be:'
ankle, and being unable to walk, Hed
of exposure, She was twenty nine
years old.
them an alleged telegram announcing  tion throughout Spain, resulting f:o:u
that their father was dying and urging them to let urn home at once.
The brothers were naturally very
much excited, and without any Investigation as to the genuineness of the
message, rushed off to the G.T.P. depot and caught a train for home.
Tbe incident, however, aroused tlie
suspicion of K. \V. McKenzie. lands
agent, to whom the brothers had be-
come familiar figures and be started
to investigate, it did not take long to
find out that no such message bad
been received at any telegraph offices
In tbe city and to reach the conclu
sion that the telegram was a fake.
Mr. McKenzie at once wired the be; s
to return and he would bold their
places at the head of the line for
them. They will thus te able to secure the land which they were so
anxious to possess.
The telegraph blank that had been
used was a G. T. P. form and tbe en. Juneau Alaska Aug. .>0.-The
velope in which it was enclosed was Treadwell Gold Mining company is
procured from the C. N. It. installing  two  hundred  more  stamps
Mr.   Mckenzie   states   that  this,   is! to be UBed ln working   its    property
onlv  one of  tbe  many   cases   where  bere.
nine have tried to swindle others out!    With the stamps now in operation,
of their places In the line. I the   Alaska   Treadwell   company   will
He will make a personal matter of bave a total of 1100 stamps In its
this case and besides endeavoring to' mill. This will make It the largest
protect the Chandler boys in their , stamp mill in the world.
right will try to bring the guilty par-
Equipment  Now  Being  ln��talled  Wilt
Make Treadwell Biggest Stamp
Mill  in  World.
CEREMONIAL  IN CANYON.
Shriners Will  Put "Devil's Slide"
Utah to Practical Use.
/
In
ties to justice.
There is no clew as yet to (he
sender of tbe telegram, but tbe G. T.
P. ollicials are investigating the mat-1
ter and w ill bring the perpetrators to |
com t if possible. Neither can the | Salt Lake, Utah, Aug. 30.���"Devil'*
messenger boy wbo delivered the tele- , Slide," one of the noted natural scenic
gram be fount. points on the line of the Union Pac'.fie
 railroad,  situat'd  in    Weber  Canyon
FOREST FIRES ARE
AGAIN A MENACE
  vu.iu ma lUTsutiis I    New York.  Aug
r. ,,.'* '" New .Terser mosquitoes, the  kubo. a well-to-do Japanese, and   Miss
va��B of which tbey Bay this sum- j Madic  Bagg,  daughter of  George  IL
lmve been the most    serious    in  Bagg, a New York lawyer, went to the
city ball yesterday afternoon and pro-
"1
Hears,
qttltol��� never bot,!ei'e<l by the mos-
nebia Mr' ^ison told some of his
yagnbom    when
litm
"Hill
the    subject
was
just
deaf'   '   Ul''     "You sce    '    am
!""'.'' B0 that, can,t hettr (helll
woi*! ,i     "linli thelr hu,n  m"31  l'e
Krov.k    ," thelr bl,e' for everybody
Mr Vi .'"*vcr ���* mosquito bums."
Plv to Vl     K haB mnde no foriDil1 re-
halley
petitioners.
*   COMET
18   COMING   SOON
Paris
>ero
orner.
oi
Hall
hero nf t. "f 30,'*"c��1. Marchand. the
*��tWda, nni a noted ast rom-
Which !   ?  .e"eve1 t'^t
"' Its appearand   In June
< not d
the comet
.���pearanc
s comet, which he believes
The at TUl September.
6oo���,:;U"��'��   '��  tOing   to   identify
Which Metcalf, at Taunton,
discovered, and 6ince
S8 Mitict
Jewish Bankers of Europe
i Plan Colonization Scheme
cured a  man luge  license.    Tbey  will
be married bere on September 12.
Tbe bridegroom-lobe was born In
Tokyo thirty-three years ago, but
came to this country when be was
eighteen years old. After residing in
Los Angeles he gra luated from Stanford university   then came east    and
imk ii masters' degree at Yale.    He  Northwestern Canada, a schemes il to  band tney will be given free passage,
met Mlsq IPite     who    Is    thirty four j be backed by the wealthiest and most i will be placed on farms that will   be
years old   at a summer resort several \ prominent Jewish  bankers of  France,
years ago and continued his attention |England and Gertnimy,^declared to
when she returned to the city.   It is
Winnipeg, Aug. 30.���A huge colonization scheme for the placing of
thousands of tbe persecuted Jews of
lower   Russia  on  the  broad  acres  of
without Its business side, as the Ira
migrants will be expected to na e
full return for the temporary help
they   will  receive,   but  on  tbe  other
understood that her parents have no
oblection to the match. After the
oercmonv the couple will leave for
Tokyo, where tbey will make their
home.
Tobacco  Magnate  Dies.
Redlands, Cal.. Aug. 30.-Gcorge S.
Mevers   a    multi-mil ionaire   tob'icco
merchant of Bt Loui*. died here yesterday  after   an   i"'>e��s   of   several
be well under way, and according to
Information vouchsafed today by a
prominent Englishman who is in
Winnipeg, representatives of a syndicate working to this end have been
In Western Canada for several weeks,
making quiet inquiries as to suitable
location.
Bankers such as the Rothschilds
are declared to have committed themselves  to  the  scheme,  and   to  have
more or less prepared for their coming and will he given such other aid
as may be found necessary to give
them a proper start in tbe new land.
The informant wbo gave particulars
of the scheme this morning states
that representatives of the syndicate!
were ln Lon Ion some six weeks ago,
making Inquiries from the colonial
office, and at the offices of the high
commission for Canada. Tbey wanted
a tract of at least 200,000 acres in
Western Canada.    Since then he has
near Ogden, is to be used for a practical purpose by El Kalah Temple of
the Mystic Shi Ine of this city.    The-
'' 'temple has arranged to hold its remi--
Seattle, Aug. 30.���Renewed forest annual ceremonial at tho natur.it
fires in the Snoqualmle district bave s\[r\e September 16, Prominent Shiiv
entircly surrounded the town of Pres- ers from all parts of the country are
ton and the authorities declare the expected to attend as tbe occasion is.
fire to be one of the most stubborn to be honored by the presence of Im-
and dangerous that tbey bave yet had perlal Potentate Byers of Los An-
to deal with.    Several logging plants geles.
and a mill have already been destroy. | The slide Is about 300 feet long
ed, and today It is feared that noth- and is pitched at an angle of 45 de-
ing can pi event the total destruction giees, making its adaptability for
of tbe town. : ceremonials  very  manifest.    A  largo
The workers of the Washington circus tent has been purchased hy El
Forest Fire association report today Kalah Temple, together with a large
that the fires are generally under amount of other paraphernalia. A
control, the situation near Preston special train from this city will carry
being tbe on.lv one that is causing the nobles to the rugged canyon in
any uneasiness. .the    afternoon    when    the initiation
  : ceremonies will be held.    These will
CZAR AND CZARINA be followed at night   by    the    tradi-
ARE  VISITING GERMANY tional banquet.
B,eaiiy the comet cf Halley.Ito St. Louli for burlel. """ y "
offered large sums from  which they j learned that the representatives who
will   expect no   return   for   ten   or;came to Canada have   been   looking
over lands northwest of Edmonton.
Eydkuhnen. Prussia, Aug. 30.���Emperor Nicholas and Empress Alexandra of Russia entered Germany yesterday, proceeding to Frtedburg in
Hesse, where her majesty wlll take
the curative waters.
The usual careful measures have
been taken to prevent a mishap to
the Imperial train. German soldiers
have been picketed at Intervale along
the railroad lines awl the tracks are
being carefully exaqpned .* the train
approaches.
JAIL   DELIVERY   IN   KOREA.
Five Hundred Prisoners    Set Free it*
Celebrate Annexation.
Tokyo, Aug. 30.���The Emperor of
Japan has despatched a delegation of
notables to carry a letter from hl��
majesty to the former emperor of
Korea.
It is announced  tbat flve hundred
prisoners   in   Korea   have
leased.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDA
Classified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE
WANTED.
IVANTED IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
first class lady clothes ironers and
t\-,u shirt polishers; two dollars per
dl J and fare. Electric Lace & Silk
laundry,  Vancouver.
WANTED���LADY CASHIER, STEXO-
grapher with experienced preferred.
Apply at once, W. S. Collister &.
Co.
JAPANESE SCHOOL BOY WANTS
situation in house. Apply P. O. Box
ms. city.
WANTED���TEN GIRLS AT ONCE;
apply Royal City steam laundry.
WANTED���POSITION AS FOREMAN
for    railway    work;     address    366
Keary street, Sapperton.
WANTED���PARTY  TO  CLEAR
by contract,    liox 922, City.
LOT
WANTED���ANY LIGHT  WORK  FOR
a lew hoars daily, by English lady.
Apply Mrs. Wixey, 320 Columbia
strei;.
KENNEDY    BROS.,    LTD
(Successors to Hae Bros, &. Kennedy.
Limited.)
Over  Merchants Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
A GINGER SNAP���City lot. 45x145, on
Third avenue and tram line, one lot
and street from Queens park. Price
J2000; $600 cash, balance 6, 12 and
IS  months at  7  per  cent.
CENTRAL PARK PICK-UP���On Inman avenue, close to tram line,
three-quarter acre lot, cleared and
50 trees planted. Ten roomed two
story house, stone foundation, hot
water beating furnace, electric light
and modern conveniences. Price
$7000; $2000 cash, balance over
three years at 7 per cent. O.ie
thousand gallon an hour artesian
well lately struck near this property.
FRENCH SYSTEM Of
SECRET POLICE WORK
Statement Made That it is
Necessary and Will Always Continue   to Exist;
AND
WANTED���TWO OK THREE FURN-
ished rooms for light housekeeping.
Apply liox 34 ibis office.
CARPENTER WANTS
day or contract. Apply
News.
WORK    BY
Box 19, Daily
ROOM AND BOARD WANTED BY
young man. above Fourth avenue,
close to Sixth street. Terms must
be moderate. Reply to 20, News
office.
FINE FRASER FRONTAGE���Forty
acres (1050 ft.) near New Westmiu-:
ster. Two seven and eight roomed
houses on property and wharl
building 20x40; 20 to 25 acres cultivated. Price $20,750; terms. $67501
cash, $3000 November 1. 1910, balance over three years at 7 per cent.
Half of this property separately for
$10 50Q. Tei us $2625 cash, balance
in three equal payments at 7 i cr
cent.
WANTED���DINING
Api ly King's hotel.
ROOM      HIRE
APPRENTICES WANTED, APPLY
Moore's millinery parlors, opposite
post office.
TWIN CITIES SPECIAL���Two ten
acre lots in midst of Twin Cities
subdivision of 33 foot bus. Will be
snld separately or together for short
time at $675 an ac e; ahout half
price of adjacenl subdivision property.    Easy terms, on application.
���J
I
WANTED BY WORKING .MAN,
n i md board t f ir Eighth avenue
and I e'.fth stieet. Reply K, News
offii e.
KENNEDY
Over
BRO:
Merchants  Bank,  Cor,
and   Begbie   Sts.
New  Westminster.  B. C.      Phone
LTD.
Columbia
WANTED���TO RENT FOR WINTER
Months, flve or six roo ni I
furnished house. Musl I e close to
business distrlcl ami available by
Si | b her 1. Reply, stating price
ana particulars, to Box 789, News
ofl Ice,
WANTED���LIGHT   HOUSEKEEPING
rooms for four; no children; in city
or near vicinity;  or small furnished
house.   Address Box A., Daily News.
WANTED���FIVE   OR
cottage, unfurnished
SIX   ROOMED
; close   to   car
Iin
Apply E
IC, News office.
WANTED���A NIGHT WATCHMAN;
fourth class engineering papers required. Apply the Westminster Mill
Co., Lulu Island.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -       451   Columbia  St.
New  Westminster.   B.  C.
Branch Office      -      -      Kamloops, B.C.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
LOT 57. of subdivision B, of section
20, block 5 north, range 2 west,
containing one and one-sixth acres.
Pi ice $2000; one-third cash, balance six, twehe and eighteen
months at    7    per cent,    interest.
(205-A.)
STANFIELD'S
All Wool Underwear, Elastic Grip,
all weights $2.50 to $4.00 per suit
PENMAN'S
Natural Wool, all weights $2.50
per suit
WOLSEY
Underwear, All Wool in natural
and pink, $6.00 to $8.00 per suit
*&
s
*c________s!��Sl_i^^ss',m
ffi:^. i ���-��� -i-"?>-aiB
WANTED���A
man.   Applj
SMART   YOUNG WO-
Roval City Dve Works,
I45 Columbia street.
W A N T E D ��� HOU S E K E E PINO
rooms for married couple. Apply
Box .\..\., this office.
A LARGE UNFURNISHED SUNNY
room, walking distance, with phone
in house, wanted by gentleman.
price I    P. O. Box 852.
FIFTY ACRES in township 9. fronting on Clover Valley road, and close
to two railroads. Price $100 per acre.
Terms over flve years. (206-A.)
WANTED���A CARPENTER. WALSH
Sash & Door factory.
WANTED���COUPLE, NO FAMILY,
desire house to rent; ll or 7 rooms,
unfurnished;   West   End   preferred.
Entry   by   September
Box B, News ofllce.
Reply  to
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply 125 Third  avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���TWENTY-TWO EOOT
launch in first class condition; a
snap for $150 cash. Apply S18 Ken-
ne ly street, N'ew Westminster.
FURNITURE EOR SALE AND
bouse to rent. 1117 Keary street,
Sapperton.
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township'
8, prairie land.   Price $125 per acre;
one-third    cash,   balance    one    and
two years. (204-A.)
THIRTY ACRES In section 36, block
5 north, range 1 west, twenty acres
cleared, with new house and barn;
good water. Price $270 per acre.
Terms     over     eighteen      months.
(175-A.)
TWENTY acres in section 33, block
a north, range 2 west, N. W. D.
Price $500 per acre; one-third cash,
balance six and twelve months at
7 per cent. (211-A.)
FIFTY   acres   in   section   32,   block   5
north, range 2 west, N. W. D.;  absolutely  tbe  best subdividing    pro- I
position   in   Port   Mann   district  to-1
day.    Why ?    The  terms  are  one-
fifth cash, and   the    balance   over
J. Phi
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
I
TEN YEARS,
cent.
with interest
at fi per
(221-A.l;
FOR SALE���FOUR SPIT PUPPIES,
Lytton hotel dining room.
FOR SALE���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
on Westminster road; about 180
feet to another road; for $700; quarter cash. Herbert Gay, Windsor
hotel,  after  6  o'clock.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR RENT ��� FURNISHED BED-
room, 424 Third avenue.
FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT WITH
board, in private family, on Fifth
avenue, near Vancouver car line.
Apply Box C. C. C, Daily News.
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,;
block 5 north, range 2 west, N.W.D., j
on new Yale road. $800 per acre; j
$L'5on cash, balance six, twelve and j
eighteen months at 7 per cent. In-1
terest. (222-A.) ;
SURREY
160 ACRES on the Scot', road within
six miles of New Westminster.
Price $85 per acre; one-third cash,
balance six, twelve and e'gbteen
months.    Investigate this.    (208-A.)
Do you want a lot in the centre
of the city. The old Clute Home,
corner of Third Ave. and Seventh
Street, is now on the market ; the
price is $1000 per lot and upwards
and will be sold on good terms.
As the beautiful house is now on
our new street, we will give it to
the purchaser of any two lots for the
small sum of $1000. It now rents
for $35,00 a month.
Don't forget, we will give you good
terms.
P. Peebles,
620 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 307
.
one-f|uarter cash.
80  ACRES
$150 per
over two years.
in  section  25. township 2,
acre;  $4200 cash, balance
(141-A.)
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 71 ?, Trew street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.    Apply at 233 8th St.
TO     RENT  ���  FURNISHED     HED
rooms. 70.1 Third avenue. Apply
after fi p. ni. or between 9 a. m. and
5 p, m. at Room 11, i',2'i Columbia
street.
10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
section 19, township 2. $200 per
acre; one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per cent, interest. (201-A.)
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
8. on Newton road. $150 per acre
Terms over two years. (01-A.)
LANGLEY
FIVE acre tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil in Langley districts, cleared and in a high state
of cultivation; train line running
through the property; good roads
on all sides, Price $175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
PRIVATE HOARDING HOUSE���
First class board. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cooking. Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Agnes street.
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room  suitable  for two.
business section.    Apply
street.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head Office        .       451  Columbia St.
Handy  to | New Westminster, B. C.
12!) Tenth   Branch Office     -     -     Kamloops, B.C.
TO  RENT.
FOR RENT���A live-room house with
out buildings; double lot; good location; near Vancouver tram in
West End. Possession Sept. 1, Apply to Home, Daily News offlce.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street. Phone 486.
ONE-FIFTH of an acre overlooking
Port Mann and close to IL C. Electric,  splendid  view  property;   $200,
THIRTY-TWO and a half acres in section 3(1, Langley. some clearing,
small house and chicken house. The
map will show you that this is a
buy; $75 an acre.
TEN acres in section 19, township 2,
Surrey, near Scott, about four acres
cleared, small old house; $200 an
acre;   good  terms.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street. Phone 466.
CITY OF  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Cast Iron Specials.
Tbe corporation requires tenders
for steel castings for tbe new pipe
line. Plans, specifications and further
details can be obtained from J. W. 13.
Blackman, city engineer. Tenders
will be received up to September fi,
1'JIO, by the undersigned.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
August 23, 1010.
CITY OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Tendesr for Cast Iron Specials.
The corporation is desirous of receiving tenders for cast iron specials
for the new water main. Plans, sped-
flcations and further particulars can
be obtained from j. w. B, Blackman,
city engineer. Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 5
p.m. or September 12, 1910.
\V. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
August 30, 1910.
Do  You  Want to
Sell Your Acreage
or City Property?
If so, we have clients open
to purchase property of all
descriptions. Send your list
addressed to "Inland," P. 0.
Box 431, New Westminster.
Quick-results guaranteed
The   Paris   correspondent   of   the
London  Telegraph   writes:
Certain remarks recently made at a
sitting of the commission of Inquiry
Into the Rochette case bave excited
Bome curiosity, and the Intransigeanl
ias been endeavoring to gel to the
bottom of the mailer. One ol its con
tributorB gives an account of an interview with the "Ditecteur des Rech-
erches" at the Prefecture of Police,
of which the following is the _;* .
According to his repoit of their conversation, the official ftankly Btated:
Yes, there are secrel agents . Thla
is evident, and quite natural. As M.
S Leplne said yeslerday. we are obliged to keep an eye <>'i everything
thai threatens the public security,
How do you think thai we could pan\
the blows which menace it If we were
uoi warne i'.' And you may Buppose
thai ii Is uoi the promoters of disorder who come to acquaint us with
their ii' I n We must obtain Intelligence of whal Is passing In certain quarters Besides, all govern-
>. ents, whatever tl ej may have been,
have had I heir Been I  agents.
And it Is . ou u bo ai e enl rusti d
with tills service?
Yes. P li   I who am In co omunica
tl -ti   with  them,   an I  who   hold   all
tin se  sl i lngs,    This  Is   In   my  i rev-!
Ince;   and  there  It   Is.      What   more
would j ou ha e me to. tell 3    ������ ?
What : OU pleas.-; BS much as 5 OU
like. i'i��r In 1 ini e, 5ou havi Bom<
ii'  every  class,    Th Isltoi
son el i'i e, be  very  Inte e tli g
The offii lai was no! t Ifii 1 bj this,
He exclaimed Indlgnantlj thai he
could nol go Into details and reve il
their means of defem e, and ��hen he
was ui gi I to say a little more he 1 il
��� he Inten lew short by 1 emarklng thai
he really could u it bi tray pi 1
sional secre :y.
Re 0 use   ��as    ti en    Pad    to    M.
Jaume,  late  chief   lm   ���     u    ol
criminal   detective   department,   who,
.is si.nn as the Bubjecl was broached,
cried:
The secret police haa always existed, and always will exlsl The au-
I hot ties iia\ e always had to s irroun i
���   11 elves  with  agents  of   ill  Boris,
I v. ho daily Inform them of everj:
1 thai  may be plotted agalnsl  the go\ ���
I ernment.    And  this  wl.ll  go on  until
��� the   end   of   the   world.      Indignant
speeches may proclaim t'> tbe cl   1
; Per the abolll lon of 1 he Beci el i ollce,
bul   it   win  continue  t" exist,  'I heie,
are bo man;, ways ol recruiting Becrel
agents.   The jealous, the envious, the
people   who   have   lost    caste,   or   are'
starving, an^l the foreign advynty ei
constitute the besl  of the elements at
the   disposal   of the   prefecture,   be-1
1 ��������� ise f hey are BO many Indirect
agents who have qoI to be Bought out,
land voluntarily come forward to sell j
for a trilling sum. even sometimes
for a dejeuner, till the Information
thai they have about an affair which
Interests the criminal detective de-
j part ment.
Then, again, It  is so easy to some'
j across unconscious helpers.     Friends I
'.and   acquaintances   whom    one    Often
[meets are only  too  glad  to come out
i witli    their    "tips."      Most     of    these
j agents are unkonwn to the prefecture.)
They  give  their   information   to   go
hei weens, and so they escape BUSf
lon.    This  is  why  I  do   not    imagl
that  people  should  think of  conspiring  against  the  republic.    If  I   were
to get up a plot with 200 persons, I
should be only too much afraid that
199 of my accomplices might belong
Ito the police.
Our comtemporary, by the way, relates an anecdote which may, or may
not, have any foundation, but wbicli,
sidelight on this subject. The story-
Is that one day a grand seigneur, devoid of republican proclivities, was
giving a fete, when the prefect of police of that time asked for several
cards of Invitation for his agents, alleging political necessity as the reason for this application. The gentleman was very indignant, so, by way
I of compromise, the prefect, who bad
callod in person, asked If he might be
allowed to see the list of the guests.
I rhe   list   was   shown   to    hlm.      He
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If you dej ir aioney for
safety In The Hai    of 1
It wh] be : ifi ��� ou leave
it, and ready v
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All Th
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earning for yi ��� per cent
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may be di poslb      1 anj time.
ln
80   BRANCHES
Ontario,   1
Wi
anj  the
CAPITAL
REST    ...
.$4,000,000
. 4,750,000
NEW    WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr.
B.  C.
��| White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURE^^C���
Triple screw,  \A,t**l ton..
S.S. MEGAN lv��� Th.
Twin screw, H.SOO tons. �����
largest and most modern. Accommodation equal to any *���*���**
Ing the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. G O U L E T,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where it will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other street or avenue or on nny
lane, vacant lot or public property
will he prosecuted under the provisions of tho Sanitary Hylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hall, June 13. 1910.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY        NEWS
looked it ovei
host,
"Wei
plied
best.'
tbe  prefect
names  of  a
and
returned it to the
saying,  with  a gracious smile:
et us suppose that I never ap-
anything.    It   is all  for the
ie obvious Inference Is that
found    in   the    list    tho
good   many   people   who
for
were sure to give him on the following day a full account of everything
thai bad been said und done at this
particular fete.
ELECTRICAL    EFFECTS.
"The Burgomaster" Opens Theatrical
Season    Next   Week.
Electrical effects will play :i most
Important, and form a particular factor in this season's presentation of
"The Burgomaster" which is Plxley
and Lauder's best effort. This large
organization Is booked at the Opera
bouse Wednesday, September 7. Manager William P, Cullen has even gone
to Europe in order to secure the very
latest Parisian electrical and prismatic effects. In tho second act of
"The Burgomaster," which represents
a scene at Coney Island, groups of
pretty; bathers are seen playfully
dancing In the rolling surf. So true
to nature and correctly exact has the
scheme been worked out that the
water and spray appears to actually
leap over the heads of the bathers.
Another Innovation wlll be the Introduction of a real rainstorm. Gus
C. Welnburg will be seen In his original part of Peter Stuyvcsant, the
mayor of N'ew Amsterdam,
A. GUNN
CABINETMAKING
Furniture Made to Any
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Ki'"13'
39 Alexander St.
DeBlgn.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens La).
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner Eighth St. ���d7([lftn
PHONE  3
For all kinds of
JOB  PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
Arrow P'cS*
���v. Pro.
Icior l��
The
Mrs.
E. M. Dotni|1>'
near The Dully News Co.
Street
pro.
(109 V
Try a "WANT" a
It wlll bring results.
d  In *m
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*****
WEDN
ESDAV,
AUGUST 31, 1910.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
^Xy, AUGUST 26, 1910.
nk of Montreal
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
PSTABL.I3HED 1817
ES
...    $14,400,000.00
���capital   ��������� 11,000,000.00
|.ESERVE
Dram
l,es throughout
, anu m London, Eng-
kVv ��� york Chicago and Spokane,
' .ml Mex��co  City.    A  general
At the annual meeting of tho agri-
cultural societies of British Columbia
,i('M In Victor! i In January last, date
f"r ,!'f" I in shoul the Provl    -
Canada    and|were an:in-'"l as follows:
land
1J.S.A
business
transacted.
, ��� t Issuer),   available
!
Korld
Lei
with
parts of    the
Ifpri
,a Bank Dapartment���Deposits
ived in sums "f $1  und uPward-
t allowei at 3 per cent, pei
Enli   ?<  ""���  rdte)-
I Tot'il Assets  over  $180,000,000.00
I neW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
C   p. BRYMNER, Manager.
First    Circuit.
Alberni      sept, it and 15
Nanaimo      sept. IU and 17
Comox      y0���,. 22 an I 23
Cowichan       sept. 23 anl 24
The Islands  Sept. 21
victoria        sept. 21 to Oct. 1
���v  {'h*  S.   ���' ianlch Oct. 7 a:, ', B
Westminster
[Transfer Co.
Iw.ee 'Phone 1��.     Barn 'Phone 13?
Columbli Street-
pMgage   delivered    promptly    to
��ny part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT,
Second   Circuit.
Coquitlam     	
Maple   Ridge	
Mission      	
Agassiz       	
Chilliwack
 Sept. 20
it. 21  ;i:> 1 22
 Sept. 23
Sept. 27 and 28
.Sept. 20, 2\ and 22
Third    Circuit.
Nicola     	
Armstrong
Vernon        	
Kamloops
Kelowna     	
Salmon   Ann   ..
Summerland
PETER KINDS VIEWS BN    !DISASTROUS TEAR FOR
IMMIGRATION PROBLEM!      CHAMPAGNE IN FRANCE
WOMAN MADE GROCER
EAT HIS OWN TRUCK
Chi
nese Scholar Revisits Victoria and   Cold,   Wet   Weather   Has   Spoiled  the
 Sept. 13 and 14
 Sept. 22 and 21',
 Sept. 15 to IT
 Sept. 28 to 30
 Sept. 20 and Ul
 Sept. 23 and 24 j
 Oct. 17 and 18 1
Gardiner & Gardiner
iF. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
IRoom r'  Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
[Phone 661 Residence  Phone   133
p, 0. Box 395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating  and   Plumbing
111) Jobbing   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial   Block
I FRANK H. DODMAN
Coach nnd  Automobile   Painter.
Letti Ing and  Top  Repairing.
1014   Sixth   Avenue.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcles for Ladk-a from J12./5
l>P
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
(6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' op?n case,
|. .50 up.
Agent for Waltharn nnd Klgtn
Ufa tches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
I Uo Dooi s from Geo. Adams' Grocery
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey       Sept. 2~
Langley      Sep! 2S
Eburne     Sept. 20 an I 30
Ladner     Sept. 23 and 24
CANADIAN
.PACIflC^
MUM* "
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.CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Delivers   Interesting    Address   to
His Countrymen.
���    ' ria,   v...  30.���Pi I ;���  Hing,  M.
A--I i;- C. I.., a former resident of Victoria, spent a few days here recently.
'���'��� '  year Mr. Hing   graduated   with
ors from  the  law  department   of
McGill   university  ami  then   went   to
Xew  Vork,  where be too .  courses in
i o itlcal  science an i  public laws In
Columbia university an I  r ceived his j
M.  A.  degree  last   June.    Mr,   Hing
came hack to Bee his lather who Is a !
Presbyterian Chinese  missionary  living   now  in   Vancouver.    Next   month
Mr.  Hing  with  a party of returning!
Chinese students will sill-for China1
from San Francisco.
on  Sunday   evening   the   Christian'
Chinese, of Victoria, gave the young
graduate a warm reception.  Mr. Hing
was asked to address lis countrymen.)
The   Methodlsl   Chinese   church    was
crowded  with Chinese.
Mr. Hing spoke at some length on
the question of Oriental immigration. |
He regrets to see that the Chinese,
being a highly civilized people, who
have done so much to develope this
country, are treatej unfairly in Hritish Columbia. Mr, Hing put before
the audience the complaints of the
trades
Wine   Harvest���Almost Total
Failure.
Paris, Aug. 30.���The cold, wet
weather, wliich has spoiled the wine
harvest generally, was especially disastrous in the champagne district.
The champagne harvest, has failed,
for the fourth year In succession, to
cover the growers' expenses. The
1H07 crop was exceedingly Indifferent,
and the crop In 1908 and 1909 was insignificant.
The normal yield for the 135,000
hectares (about 330,000 acres) constituting the champagne district, as
delimited in 1908, is 330,000 hectolitres iabout 7,960,000 gallons). It will
not reach 50,000 hectoitres (about 1-
[300,000 gallons) this year.
| The average yield ought to be ov. r
twenty hectolitres, or fifty-three gallons, a hectare. This year tlie average is two hectolities.    Five hundred
| hectares   which   bave   been   most    fa-
ivored will yield six hectolitres.
The Henry district reaps twenty
hectolitres  for its  125  hectares.    The
| Ay district averages one hectolitre a
hectare. The Epernay district yields
less than two hectolitres a hectare.
The Kheims chamber of commerce
statistics   show    there    is    sufficient
1 the  house  and  was   invited   to   "sit
down and eat."
He demurred at lirst, but Mrs. Kil-
toskj fixed him with a steeiy eye,
and. after threatening to administer a
drubbing if be protested, she subdued him. Steak, scrambled eggs and
"roasting eais" composed the menu.
The steak was bra\el> attacked, but
his frantic efforts to cut it were without avail. He managed after a time
to eat a portion, and was instructed
to attack the eggs. He did. He took
one mouthful an.l balked, announcing
30.���When that he would rather stand a trounc-
offence   of lng than proceed.
Invited  Him  to  Dinner and  Fed   Him
on Stale Eggs and Corn He
Had   Sold.
Granite  City,  111.,  Aug.
her  grocer  repeated  the
delivering to her "tanned" and anti-j The corn, Mrs. Kilfosky asserts,
quated eggs, Mrs. Allor Kilfosky made was of a ripe old age and was impos-
hlm sit down and dine with her. Mrs. sible of mastication except by good,
Kilfosky is one of several women who strong teeth and jaws. Afti r extract-
preside' over boarding houses in ing a promise thai In the future she
"hungry Hollow." All have com-|will receive only frrsh groceries und
plained lately of the quality of ibe eggs, Mrs. Kilfosky permitted tbe tor-
foodstuffs    delivered    to   tbem.    and t,uied man to depart without finishing
when Mrs. Kilofsky overhead her
grocer gleefully telling thai he foisted
off his ancient Stuff on the "Hungry
Hollow" folk, she sought vengeance.
She'apprised no one of her intention, but waited until her grocery
man came blithely up the steps of
the house. She invited him in with a
nourish of arms and a benign smile.
All   unsuspectingly   the   man   entered
the impromptu meal.
Earth   Shock
Felt  in
A~
Italy.
Rome. Aug. Ild.���A strong eai ill
shock was felt throughout Calabria at
3:15 o'clock this morning. The inhabitants, awakened from their sleep.
fled panic-stricken Into the streets.
Xo casualties have been reported.
and  labor men and urged his j stock in the cellars to cover five years
countrymen to think   for   themselves!
whether  these  complaints  were   jus-
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3V4  to 26 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
^
Local  Agent*
Westminster Iron Storks
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
Train  Service New
Westminster
Departures.
5:45���To Seattle. Port Moody,  Harnett and Vancouver.
8:00���To  Vancouver.
9:15���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancou-j
ver and local  points.
16:06���To St. Paul. Kootenay points!
and Sumas.
H!:4G���To    Vancouver      and    local'
points, Agassiz und local points.
19:35���To Montreal and   Okanagan
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
7:4:1���From    Montreal,    Vancouver,
Port   Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul,   Okanagan,
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From     Agassiz,     Vancouver!
and  local points.
16:15���From Vancouver.
IS: 4 5���From    Vancouver,     Seattle]
and local points.
20:40���From Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal    and    Nicola
points.
ED GOULET, Agent C.  P.  Ft.
H. C.  B.  FOSTER,  A. G.  P. A., Van
couver.
ii. 11 ���������
tified or not. Mr. Hing said that if
there is better understanding hetween
the white men and the Chinese, a
great deal of those conflicts will be
removed, and that there is a heavy responsibility imposed upon the students to create this better understanding.
"A few years ago," said Mr. Hing,
"the people in the United States
thought that all Chinese were coolies
and uncivilized laborers, but today the
oi inion of the Americans is changed.
There are nearly 400 Chinese students stduying in the various universities throughout, the United States.
These Chinese students hold conferences in the west, in the middle west
and in the east. University presidents, professors, eminent lawyers
and ministers and distingulshe 1 men
like Mr. Roosevelt were invited to ad
complete failure of the harvest, but
dealers say tbis includes all wines,
some of which are unsuitable for
making champagne. They place the
stock at three years supply.
The growers are facing a desperate
situation. It is estimated that 40.000..
000 francs or about $S,000 000 is needed to set the district in shape to continue as a champagne producing
property. The growers are appealing to the government to provide
them with the means to borrow
money on easy terms.
:arl
GREY'S   TERM
MAY    BE
EXTENDED
Toronto, Aug. 30.���A correspondent
writing from Norway House says that
'in nn interview with his excellency,
Barl Grey, the latter said:
1    "lf I am spared, you may say that
dress them. General welfare commit- I will both open and prorogue the
tees were organized by the Chinese next session of the parliament of Can-
students  with  the aim to better thei ada. 1911-1912.
����
GRAND  TRUNK  SYSTEM
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert"  and "Prince George
BgJSlMBJfc3!500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18'/2   Knots
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's   Wharf)   MONDAYS  and   FRIDAYS
at 11:30  P.M. for PRINCE   RUPERT  and   STEWART.
Monday
steamer connects at  Prince  Rupert  with  S.S. "PRINCi
ALBERT" for Skidegate, Jedway, Collinson Bay, etc.
Friday   steamer  connects  at Prince  Rupert  with   S. S.
ALBERT" for Kincolith, Naas Bay, Masset, etc.
"PRINCE
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS   at  2   P.M.  for   VICTORIA and  SEATTLE.
Solid wide vestibule trains of coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago, Detroit, London, Ham'lton, Niagara Falls, New York Toronto, Montreal, Portland. Boston, etc.
Longest double track route under one management on the American Continent.
and   full   information,  passenger
For rates, time tables, bookie's,
>r freight, apply to
_. V. DRUCE, Commercial  Agent.    H.
533 Granville Street, Vancouver.
GENERAL   AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
G.  SMITH,
Phone 7100.
City  Pass.  Agent.
E
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver  Landing*
The New Stemwrheel��r
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
W. B. Walsh      W. E, Walsh, Jr.
Factory, 226 I4tb St.
New Westminster, B.C.
Phone 413.
We  make  a   specialty   of   flr
doors,  steamed  and  kiln   dried.
conditions of the Chinese in different
cities in America, and to make them
desirable residents.
M;\ Hing urged his countrymen to
think more of the future of China, to
encourage more youths to be students, who will be the leaders anl
workers in the development of Chtna,
and who will help to solve this immigration problem and bring about
friendly feelings between the east and
west.
Quoting from President David Start-
Jordan. Mr. Hing said: "The blood of
the nation determines its history and
the history of a nation determines its
'''ood." While it is almost impossible
for the peoi le of a nation to change
their characteristics and customs, it is
a wise thing for the Chinese to learn
some good quallt'es from the western
nations and to infuse them into the
Chinese blood. China has a history
of over 4.000 years old, but New
China's history is just In its beginning. Let all the Chinese work together and build New China upon a
strong foundation."
"This is tbe expressed wish of my
superiors across the waters, and. although my year's extension of time
as the governor general expires September 26, yet I feel it my bounden
duty to remain, not from an imperial
viewpoint alone, but out of respect to
ihe Canadian i eople."
* " Ths jMnpIt L*af Fcreler"
VVe have taken the Maple Leaf ior our trade mark, because it is Can
COWAN* 8
Wise Placed on Trial.
San Francisco. Aug. 30.���The preliminary bearing of George Washington Wise, charged with murder and
robbery on the high seas, in connection with the attempt to seize tbe
steamer Buckman off the coast of
Oregon wns begun late yesterday be- ,
fore United States Commissioner
Wright.
PE.rvFE.CTION
(Maple L
Li.bc!)
IS MADE DI CAKADA, ARD IS THE PUREST AND
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
LIST.
wavea Brackmaa-Ker Milling 'Company's wharf, New Westminster, -witli
Passengers snd freight aB follow*:
Leaves New Westminster Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday at 8 n. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri
toy and Sunday at 7 n. BJ.
Hrst Class Pac��enger Accommodation
"OYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
Westminster
GARAGE
AH   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon  and  Sixth  St.   New
"'estminster B. c, Phone 354.
JOHN DOBSON, Manager.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone T'.D.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
���\   PRINTING '
Estimates  Given on  Any  Kind
of Job   Printing
Thon*on  Blk. P"��ne 388
PRIEST    BREAKS    HIS    VOWS.
And Is on Way to Rome to Accept   Punishment.
Trenton, N. J., Aug. 30.���The Kev.
Alpbouse M. Consolazio. an Italian
priest of the Trenton diocese, who cre-
ateJ a stir in church circles by marrying the sixteen-year-old daughter of
Franz Johann, is on liis way to Rome,
determined, it is said, to confess that
be has broken his \o��vs to the church
and accept such punishment as may
be Imposed by the popo.
Katherine Consolazia, the sprightly
bride of a few months ago, has returned to live at ber home.
Father Consolazia had charge of an
Italian mission at Kingston, a small
settlement near Princeton, tils meeting with Miss Johann was apparently a case of love at (list sight ou
both sides.
New Westminster to New Westminster
*& Via *-*
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Lo"^8 Rrackman-Ker wharf at 3 P.  M. dally except Saturday, and
0n Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
at B. C.  E.  R. ticket office and on board steamer.   Elec-
eave Steveston every hour  (on the half-hour) for Vancou-
������ the Famout Fraser River Cannerlea, Vancouver, Etc	
:��und tHn iinb.L ,m at-mm-atnn   Saturday afternoons, $1.
8�� the Famout Fraser River Cannerlea, Vancouver, tu
hound trip tickets to Steveeton. Saturday afternoons, $1
THEATRE   CARS   NOW
PREPOSED    FOR   TRAINS
Winnipeg, Aug. 30.���A party of mov-
ing picture photographers, who have
been making films In the Rocky
mountains along tho liue of the Canadian Pacific railway, have returned
to Montreal. Their pictures are pii-
marllv intended for exhibition in
Great' Britain aud the United States.
It is possible that they will also be
shown in special theatre cars to be at-
tached to tue company's transcontinental trains. This proposal ls now
under consideration. If it is can led
out travelers on the transcontinental
trains will be able to lepair to the
theatre car after nightfall, and pass a
pleasant hour looking at moving pictures of the best Rocky mountain
scenery.
Caught a Big Flsh.
Sault Ste. Marie. Aug. lit).���While
engaged in operating a dipper for the
Great Lakes Diedge & Dock company
on canal widening at the Michigan
goo thiB morning, Engineer Harry
Robinson took up portions of a mammoth rainbow trout which weighed
thirty-five pounds. Those engaged in
tiie work did not notlc the trout until parties passing ln a small boat
drew attention to it. When taken
from tho dredge It was found that the
fish had been mutilated and portions
of it lost, but the amonnt recovered
weighed thirty-flre pounds.
if ��� jittti
Please"
The initials "B&K" which we print in red cn every sack
of B&K Rolled Oats that leaves our mills, mean more to
you than it does to us. It is your guarantee that the oats
are grown in the finest oats district in the world, that they have been carefully milled, are
free from hulls, cost less than ordinary oats and have a delightful flavor���much nicer than
any other kind on the market.    We therefore ask every woman before buying
EXTRA
CREAM
ROLLED OATS
Most
Economical
No Hulls
Cotton Bag
35c
to see that our trade-mark is on the sack ��� otherwise you will be disappointed. The "B*K" tlavor will certainly tickle your palate���the first
plate of "BAK" porridge will make you one of our regular customers
for life, it's so nice and toothsome. You get more for your money
when you buy a sack of B*K Rolled Oats���you get more oats���
better oats ��� cleaner oats. Buy a bag to-day. Go to your grocer today and order a sack.   And look for tha initial* in red. 4
The Brackman-Ker Milling Co. Limited
Victoria, Westminster, Vancouver, Nelson, Rowland, Strathcona, Calgary
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thf: daily news
WEDNESDAY
AUCUST
The OasSy News
Published by Tbe Dally -News Publisti-
��t'�� Company, Limited, at their oCices,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
C  A.  Paige Managing  Director
,;<ioi:jf_;L,'.h!]?>4
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 31,  1910.
FOR
PROMPT     SETTLEMENT.
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PHONE  73.      716-713 COLUMBIA  ST.,  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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Wc feel sure that  every   conscien-l
many evidences    that    the company
as now abandoned |has ahva-vs been    r aly and  w:m��
���and we believe it. is still ready and
willing���to meet tbe council and discuss tin's difficulty iu an amicable
way,   with   a  \inw   to   a   satisfactory
tbat   the counci
its policy of antagonism towards tbe
l>. C. Electric Railway company. It
is certainly reassuring to s-e the majority of the aldermen taking a de-
riiled stand upon this most vexed an* I""' |,,'n""'t settlement. It is there
serious question, and bodly and,fore n'-M nsterous. as well as unfair
plainly informing the mayor thai they|and wron8 of "a>"'' Lee '" BUSgest,
wil] no longer countenance the holdup pollcj which he has hitherto succeeded In enforcing.
As we said a few   weeks   ago, we
as he cli'l on .Mm; lay night, that it Is
the company which   Is   delaying   tbe
!
raui li to be ib sired Bel I lenient.
Ti.e   mayor's   antagonistic   attitude
could not believe thai a body of prac-
li al business men such as the alder-
of  N'ew   Westminster   i
are. ver ��� Incapable of formln
reel es [mate of the i osltlon of affalr3
which  has arisen  between the coun
cil  and   the  B. C.   Electric   Railway
'on Monday nlghl serves to strengthen
a fi ellng thai has grown up In the
city thai there must be, as we said on
cor-1 Augusl 4, "some reason for Mayor
Lee's czar-llke methods and the attitude he has taken up, more particularly In regard to the   Coquitlam   dam
n ii si Ion.   It looks as though it wei e
(certainly the impression    which    the
mayors conduct create.-!.
The commercial interests
company.    That these good men have
now recognized that an end mast  be
pul  to the tactics adopted to hinder,
the progress of tbe company's developments is very satisfactory.
���    li
Mayor I.ce should again endeavor   to
Impose bis czar-like methods upon the
council and the city,   lie declared on >lBr'�� developments, and  it   is
Monday  night  that  he could not   ap- tba<  Bome l"'0"1"' and decided acUon
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Sclieaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for  N'ew West- |
minster at .">:o0, G:TiO, 7:20 aud 8:00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until li:30 p.m.
Cars leave N'ew Westminster for Van
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until  11:C0  ,.m.
Sunday Schedule,
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., an.!
every half hour thereafter until
ll:30 p.m.
Cars leave. New Westminster for Van
couver at 5:10 a.m.. and every hall
hour thereafter  until  11  p.m.
Eburne   Line.
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
New   Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
everv hour until 10 p.m.
,     that|Westmln!te,'havebeenaDdarel0SlnS on Sundays cars leave Westminster
no  inconsiderable  sum  by  reason  of      at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
j On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,   Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
of
this hoi l-up of the li. t'. Electric com-,
time
prove of the granting of any concessions to tlie company until the latter
i
comes to the conclusion that the city ;
I was taken to show   tbe    mayor
1 council tbat any continuance of
and
the
ridiculous position In which the city
is of as much consequence as Itself,jhas been Placed is ^tolerable. The
and that "until we have some definite business men should get together at
settlement of the matter under consideration between us I would oppose
granting tbem  any  privileges."
Ve will not stay to argue tlie question whether the application made by
thi company for tbe approval of Its
plans for alterations to its wharf was
In the nature of a concession or not.
It needs  very little consideration t-i
that the .Mayor is attempting to mis-
once and send a strong deputation to
the next meeting of the council to ie
ci iii i e the proper treatment of the
company and the granting of the
facilities which are necessary for
effecting its Intended developments,
which facilities bave been sanctioned
and all requisite safeguards for the
city's Interests irmde secure by the
Dominion government, but have been
hindered   by  the  altogether  unneccs-
Great  Northern   Railway.
New    Westminster
r n.. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster
a.m.;   arrives  Seattle  3:15   p.m
Leaves     New     Westminster
p.m.;   arrives  Seattle- 9:40  p.m.
Leaves     N'ew     Westminster    12:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7::'.fi a.m.
Leaves   Seattle   8:05  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  12:25  p. m.
New Westminster ii:2,rp p.m.
Leaves   Seattle   1 :.",.">   p. m.
New  Westminster (1:27 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle   11 : 46  p. in
N'ew Westminster 0:30 a.m.
8:17
io::;u
4:30
arrives
arrives
arrives
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except   Sunday   from   bridge   passenger
station  3:50  p.m.;    arrives  at   Port
��� insHflaViia   ���r.nnr,    ���f it,.. Guichon 6:30 p.m.
Leaves    Port    Gulchon    S:0fi   a.m.
council, through the mayor, in regard(dally, except Sunday; arrives al New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a. m.
sary and unjustifiable   action    of the
trough the r
to tbe Coquitlam da:n. Let Mayor Lee
be made to understand that t
mercial interests of this city cannot
lead the public by conveying the iur
pression that it is the is. C. Klectric
company which is preventing "the de-
finite settlement of the matters un-|be made '�� "��"G,'s,;in'1 that the com-
tier consideration between us." it is
nothing of the bind. The bar to settlement of the differences wbicli
liave arisen by reason of ths action
oi the city, in the person and the au-
is the    Mayor
tolerate any prolongation of the game
of bluff which he has been playing for
Ithe last few months, and that they re-
'quire an immediate settlement of   the
differences between  the  council    and
| the company, in order that the line to
,'Millside, the new city car station, the
'city   line  extension  and   other   transportation   improvements   can    be   at
once proceeded with.
thority  of the  Mayor
himself.
In his letter of July 16���the famous which Mayor Lee cbaracteiised
as insulting���Assistant Manager Glover wrote:    "Perhaps it would   he a
good plan to arrange for a conference
.   , ,. VISIONARY ADMITS HIS
between yourself  and the council  anl FAILURE  TO  TEACH   FARMERS
myself  some    afternoon    this    week, j     Sun  Francisco,  Aug.  30.���"Warning
���., ������ ,,   , ,, ,���Iiere "es the  body of M. Theodore
when we could have a quiet discus-Kearney
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:00 a.m: arrives
bridge passenger station. N'ew Westminster, 10:20 a. in. daily cxecept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.; arrives
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
School commences this  week, and^ there will be many little requirements for the i ���   u0, ...
is generally ihe most Important  Item, and for a good strong serviceable Btockin
has of hard usage���you will and "The Bulldog" hard to beat,   it has  strength  In  I .
endurance i'i the wearing, and tor appearance, lit and color Is far superior to all
Sl i    up to ~Vi, per pair        25c
.    es from T1.. to I", per pair 33(;
NEW SHOT SILKS
received this w�� ek, pfetty and effe tive combinations, are hi re In medJ
able for waists, dresses, and used a gnat deal for coat linings,    Per yard 	
MESS ALINE SILKS $1.00
��� .
Two-tone stripes, black and white checks, and plain colors In BOfl  Messallne.    Thh   i
latlsfactory wearing silks it Is possible to buy;  no fear of cracking and has a deli
anee.    Inspect these.    Per yard  $1.00
Ladies  and Childrens
Golf Coats
The demand tbis season tends
to a higher class than has been
the case formerly. Well knit te J
garments in styles that do not
stretch and sag. tbat are made
to keep their proper shape,���
the quality is the means of this
���and are perfect In fit and
finish. All colors in stock.
Prices  from    $2.25 to $12.50
More New Dress Goods
Direct Importations are adding
to our already extensive collection of stylish and exceedingly
pretty Bbadlngs of woollen
farlcs. Broadcloths, an ever
popular material, In almost any
fashionable color; serges in
new weaves, Including the new
diagonal effect, and self stripes
in exclusive suit lengths. Certainly the hest sia.w ing of di ��� is
fabrics in the city. From, per
yard    50c   to$2.00
More New Suits Arrive
Today
They wlll be rea ly foi Inspection early. In Bplte of the fact
we have no show windows at
I : ��� ent, we are s iti Bed with
the reception o n nev arrivals
are rei elvlng. I i I Inspect
them today. We In
look, as our i toi: ������ I il ind In-
Bpei tlon, and we rani : ���
business.    0-ir Prices are Right.
IJHMIJ PI IIJMW1. UWI IL a.'-T.aW **:" IW.tSa���
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
sion   of   the    whole    situation,    and
a visionary, who thought he
coul 1  teach  the  average farmer, and
Local   Improvement   Notice.
Pursuant to section 20 of the "Local Improvement General Hylaw,
1909," notice Is hereby given that the
assessment roll for local Improvements on the following Btreets, viz.
Hamilton street, between Eighth and
Sixtli streets. Seventh avenue, between Eighth and Fourth streets,
Princess street, between Eighth and
Sixth   street,    Princess    street    from
Ramage street; Clarkson street from
McKenzie to Sixth streets; Columbia
street from Tenth to Mclnnes streets;
Tenth street from Columbia street to
Sixtli Avenue: Mclnnes street from
Columbia street to Royal avenue; Gilley street; Ninth street; McNeeley
street; Blackie street from Columbia
to Carnavon streets; Summer street;
Burr street from Milton street northwards; Simcoe street; Eighth street
from Columbia to Hamilton street;
Alexander street; Begbie street; Lorne street, McKenzie street, Fife street,
Ash street, Seventh street. Fifth
street from Sixth to Seventh avenues;
Fourth street from Sixth street to
Seventh avenues; Brantford street
from Sixtli to Seventh streets: to be
known as the Eighth street sewer system, ls open for Inspection at the office of the assessment commissioner
ln the City hall, N'ew Westminster,
British Columbia, and in case tbe
owner or any person Interested in
any of the properties Included therein desires to appeal from such assessment., he should within the period of
when I trust, an adjustment cf all out-      '    , ���, "*?L^ f"', C ��f  Fourtb sm'et eastwards; Sixth avenue
I the rudiments of sound business man-! from Tenth to Sixth streets; Fifth
standing questions could be arrang- agement, For eight years be worked avenue from Tenth to Sixth street'
ed.    If  however vou  would  prefer to 18tl?nu��uJ8uly  al   llis  taak  a"a   _���    "'e   Belmont  street,   St.   Andrews   street I <u�� elcve" d*V r''om n'�� **-***���  l'"1'"-
end of that time lie was no further from Tenth to Eighth street; Fourth I cation of this notice, give notice to
await Mr. Sperling's return I am sire ahead than at the beginning. The cf-1 avenue from Tenth to Sixth' street; l,ie undersigned ln writing of his In-
he   will   he   pleased   to   take   un    the I f��~ kill'"J 1,,ln'" I Kennedy     sireet,     Blackford    'street',   tentlon to appeal.
I Kearney wrote this epitaph for j Third avenue from Tenth to Sixth
matter   with   you   Immediately."   The   himself.    It. was found on a scrap of] streets; street between Ash and Sov-
paper among his documents that have |enth   streets;   Welsh   street,   Milton
come Into the bands of the faculty of  street,   Robson  avenue,  Queen's  ave-
tbe University of California. Kearney |nue  from  Tenth   to   sixth   streets;
council's reply to thai communication
was. al the Mayor's suggestion, to
send this and other correspondence
to the London Board or the company
and a threat to appeal to the legislature to have the company's charter
annulled,
Tbis loiter is however
bequeathed an estate at. Fresno, Cal.,
worth ahout $500,000, to the university.
Gloucester street, Royal avenue from
Mclnnes to Seventh street; Agnes
streel from Mclnnes to Sixth streets;
Moody Btreet, Holbrook streel; Cun-
Cholera  in   Berlin. ningbum street from Eighth to Sixth
Jeriln, Aug. 30.���Fourteen cases of streets; Victoria street, from Eighth to
cholera or suspected cholera have Lorne Streets; Victoria street from
been discovered in Berlin and the j McKenzie to Sixth streets; Carnarvon
suburb of Spandau. 'street   from  Tenth  to   Sixth   street;
Dated the 19th day of August A. I).,
1910.
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Dale   of   llrst   publication   the   20th
day of August., 1910.
At last a Positive Cure has been found for
ASTHMA
in the Now Famous INDIAN HERB CURE
Manufactured and  put  up in Victoria, B. C, by J. F. Fitzpatnck,
Address:    628 Hornby, Vancouver.   Pbone R 4845.
Coming to New Westminster Shortly���address later.
This Is one more proof of the effileacy of the Asthma Cine   Hear
what the Victoria lady has to say about the Asthma Cure.
1123 North Bark St..
Victoria, B.C.. October 28, 19W
Mr. Fitzpatrlck. f unl]
I am writing this to lei you know what a groat relief I bave io
your asthma   cure.    I have suffered  from asthma Tor ten years,
have tried so many different remedies  and  have found laitliin.
have given me such great relief as your asthma   cure,   and 0)
tlnually taking lt, I think 1 will find it a cure.
mus. mav wn nr.
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I    JEWELRY
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IX ���
HE DAILY NEWS
Our stock of Jewelry In Gold, Silver and Gold  Plated Is the
complete ever shown in Westminster.    Call and be convince
Chamfoerlin's Je3Ei��
Agents for tho Howard, Ball, Longines and  Hamilton Watc *
.    ,., Official time Inspector for C. P. Hy. #|
Your Office Equipment is
Incomplete Without This
Standard Visible Writing
Machine.
Oliver
Typewriters
SEE   US   FOR   PRICES   AND   TERMS
You May Own One and
Increase Your Office Efficiency for Monthly Payments of $5.00 Each.
WHITE, SHILES & CO., New Westminster Agents ,
lTir~"l~~-~',.-'~~~r~|~-*"~T���Tl~ llfr>Jt1'"".ll !��WI.HI��JLl__ir-��|-miTinirrMTTl^^MT��TM^^^M���� �� M��i��.iiimtm   ii __ i     .mi.  .rail - -.-   -    .aaa^*****a~*Zfla*taaWBfiM*** ���'I IIP J1
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SPORTING NEWS
iSTiili ��� 8EMAIN
IHE DAILY NEWS
PAGE riVB.
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GO TO SWEDEN
OF BASED
mggestion Made That Lacrosse Team Take Part in
Olympic
Balmorals   Fall   Before
Opponents and
Seven  Rurs to One.
Games   in 1912
in
bd repre
a     f. st     -!���: I     ���   ��� I l,;t'l     at
.  Queens park   lasl    nlghl    the   Alerts.,
trimmed the B: luu rals I y seven i uns   _
Westminster to Swe ..en to one. , ��� ���
11 e Bin thousand miles      The Alerts cincl ed the g ime almosl
'. j, probably the destination aB B00n a8 it started, flve men cross-
ter Lacrosse club in ing the plate In the first Inning on a
r im:. The Olympic .aires are Beries  ,,,-   good   !lils  .,ml  errors   more
h'.1(1 |��� Stockholm in thai  yeai ,���- |(,,.s giaring on the    pari  of their
iresentatlve teams of all kinds opponents.    In the next two Innings
, ,  ,��� ai| nations wlll be there. It they got  a run each time while   the
... to some of the '
,. any lacrosse at the games O'Reilly on flrst  base tor the winter   team   Is the outfit nerfl played a great game and ll  was
II ; lVe a band In it. his g0od work which saved the Bal-
,  tlon has come from Mr. morals from Bcorlng b run or two.
, ttive of Sweden and a Both pitchers played good ball, bul
in;   prominent  people In McPhail   had  bettei   supporl   than   it.
ipltal.    He has written Smith  and  consequently  made a bet-
.      .     ;M'i.  asking   what  the   club I    The one and only  run  or the  Bai-
'  ''"" morals was    made   jusi    before
game  was calle I.    There  'Acre    two
men oul   when  McPhail let   Davidson
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NORTHERN  CROWN  BANK   BUILDING.
PHONE  295.
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of the local sup- Balmorals never smelt the home plate
thai  If ther- is  hii?il the fifth and last Innings.
Ryall finished the gami  by
��� , ii. Kyall, secretary of the ter Bhowing.
club,  asking   what  the  club |    The one an
suggestion.
Itu letter does nol   go Into details
Oi   probable    g   me
that it would be   a
. ,   end the boys there and
.   ....|Mt   the club  thinks
If' ^^^^^^���
...   \  has come with  such _ame in.
���    ���  the eiub    doe i    i ol  i ��� ing oul  to P ele
i to think of it.   The whole     The  win   gl ���     the   Herts  a  i   od
I probably be discussed at  lead inti     leag e.
.  ,f the executive which will      The following were th<   ti
,on as  Presldenl  Fred     Alerts���Starr,     c;      McPhail      p;
i to the city. O'Reilly,   lb;   \. Sinclair, 2b;    Pe��le,
pinion   of   some  of   tbe B8;  Poupore, 3b; Jamieson, If: Kc-wiy,
I : ori In the city that the cf;   Class, if.
ndertaken and made sac.      Balmorals -Mufin, c;   R.  Smith,  .���
me  aboul   In   the   proper VV. E. Sinclair, lb;  Ryall, 2b; Wright
i  proposal Is taken   up, ,.s;  Davidson, 3b;  Canfield, It;  Price
from ��� Eastern   Canada cf;  <���. Smith, rf.
ne or two from the ol:l     Score by Innings;
also  take  the    trip    to   \i,.,ls     5 1  10 0���7
Balmorals   0 0 0 0 1���1
Standing  of the   League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
[Alerts   8     6      .571
Balmorals     "     s      ���'''"
Maple Leafs   fi     "      .462
NATIVE SONS Tfl CLASH     i
WITH CHEECHAKOS TONIGHT
Battle of the  Foreigners    and    Home
Brews Is Really Going to Take
Place  at  Last.
No
What should be tl e
.,    'match of the season is scheduled for
this evening,   when   the  Native
and Cl 'hakos meet    in
difficulties would be to get
n and the raising of the',
llMONTON     WANTS     THE     CUP.
After   Famous   Ottawa   Players.
Roberts and  Shore  Desired.
| .'.   30.���The   citizens   of
. Alberta, are going to equal
Lipton's yachting record
a third attempt to lift the
�� nli    I ip.    Unlike the famous tea
owever, they  intern!  to be
ill their third effort to take
l)0wl out west.   This week
f the   Edmonton   Hockey
Sons
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     deathly
go to first on halls.    He stole second I s'rug6'15 for   ,i"   supremacj    of the
and third, and when C. Smith knocked city:   Kv"iy   available   man   on the
a hot  grounder which was   too   fasl   B?���nl01   "';""  v'lV'  be Pf11^ ��n    ���''��"
for   Poupore  on   third   to   handle,   he  :''���" ":' '' " othe'' ;i!!l1   he best "' Ul��
intei n e hates wlll be there.
The game Is t abed for 5:30 sharp
and If everybody In town has nol
made enough money by that time I i
I (i. t Ley tnighl just as well bo thei e
anyhow, for the admittance fe ��� is
nothing til all.
Alderman Gray and Alderman
Welsh, the former a native son and
the latter a tank outsider, will probably referee the game.
On pai er it looks as if it were the
regular senior home agalnsl lhe regular senior defence with enough intermediates put on to fill out tbe
teams. There will be an awful struggle, for there is all oyster supper at
stake and the whole twenty-four players are noted for tlieir hunger,
The following are the teams:
Native Sons���W. Coutts. goal; I).
Digby, point; H. Pearson, cove;'; A.
Cray. H. Clifford. K. MacKenzie, defence field; W. Turnbull. centre; [.
Wintemute. Pat Feeney, Len Turn-
bull, home field; C. Smith, outside; O.
Swanson. inside.
Xew Comers���Munn, goal; C. Gal-
hraitli. point; T. Gifford. cover: B.
Qalbraith, ll. Marshall, .1. Gifford. defence field; A. Robertson, centre; G.
Rennie. C. Spring. X. Kenny, home
I field: G. Spring, outside; Pete Latham.
1 inside.
ore
Westminster Woodworking Co.
J.   BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh   and Csrline.
PHONE 473
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While swooping your carpels
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HUSH    MONEY   FOR
MONTREAL    POLICE    ALLEGED
Montreal. Aug. 30.���That the police
had allowed gaming tables to he conducted during the aviation meet at
Lakeside was the statement made by
Orner Dufresne in the sessions court
before Judge Choquet. "There were
many." he said, "who had roulette tables going.    All they were re-
towns in Ottawa on a still hunt for quired to do"wai to pay 20 per cent
m.  Two boys In particular were <lf,! ,01r im,,1,s ,;' ,ho '>nli^-
The   case   was   against   Orner
Hambly Shore and Gorie Rob-
I layed  with   the   Ottawas
[winter.    In  addition  it  was  Inti-
I. t the   western   represents-
I. Ike to handcuff Freddie
V "  him  back to the  kick;
I iti     town   tit  the  fool   of   the
���  cording to the Edmonton
town will have a team that
.   tn   lick   all   creation,   if
n  gel   Buch  an  aggregation
I ides the Ottawa players
I, one or two men  who fig-
wit li the Renfrew team
iple of the Wanderers' bunch
will   be   corralled  if  the
are     fetching     enough.
among   the   Edmonton
I       <���     "We must have that Stan-
Minto   Cup   Officials.
That   tlte  Nationals  are  quite  justi-
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Oscar   Dufresne.  Larocque   and   Ovila <
Mailloux    wbo   were   arrested   bv   the!f,ei1 ln holding out  tor a fair break in
police charged  wltb Keeping a gam- the matter "' the Mi,lto Cup offl('i:'ls:
The   Dufresne   brothers  ls warranted by the experience of the
I
I
I
inu   house ^^^^^^^
Bald they had taken a stand In the
fanner's field adjoining that where
the meet was In progress, and had
paid a rent for It, He thought they
should not have been Interfered with.
Inside the park there were men carrying on names of chances. The po
lice  knew about these
interfere,   because  they   were   paid   a
Because they were
Montreal club. The champions ac
cepted western men. and though they
doubtless tried to be fair, they saw
the game through salmon-colored
glasses, and their ruling showed considerable bias. It would he only fair
"es ine iH>-i" !in east',|n man was chosen to han-
tliev did not|cile tlle Karnes In conjunction with a
coast official. President Leeours'
stand   in   the   matter  is   to    be    com-
handsome not to.   dkhw w.w  .,��..-.
not paving this "husher" thev were mended, and it is a certainty that be
arrested immediately by E. R. Car-iwi11 receive the support of the other
tin. ton. who was in charge of the po
licing at tlte meet. They had asked
the latter why they should be arrest-
ed while all others were allowed to
go scot-free. Tlie latter replied that
fcEVi FINALS OVER  IN 'it was because he had  made no   pay-
IN FIVE  PIN  TOURNAMENT  ment  to those who were winning^the
  | meet.    On  this  ground  they  p.eaded
The following is the result of   the "not  guilty."
���   l-final of the five pin howling1    Evidence of much the s^"Jj
I         enl  at  the Front street bowl- was given by those who were ace used
of   acting   with   Dufresne   in   keeping
���Ike 4-    56    32    136  the     gaming    hot.se.      The     lawyer
jnntemute     36   37    29    102 claimed  there should  be   no   comic-
: Pike wlll now have to play off with tlon. The police were not rigbt in ar-
JBrteror the howling shoes present- resting men at one table Md doting
fol: the winner by W. E. Sinclair, their eyes to others. Judge Choquet
��� ��� Bve pin season Is now prao- found Orner and O Dufresne gui >
I er and the ten pin men will and lined toettree |4   and wjU^He
\_n regular practices today.    A  live acquitted Ovila   Mailloux.     WMtner
Kt.a,,, from Vancouver    will    he or not  others> had beet*����wea
fa a week from tonight and aspirants carry on gambling without police
X. L. i'. magnates. The Xationals
may not win the Cup, hut it is a Carnegie library to a peanut stand tint
they will improve upon the lamentable showing made by Montreal. Let
us hope so, anyway.���Toronto Xews.
UNWRITTEN   LAW   MENACE.
May
WE HAVE 11
ust Bane
Put up in cans in
powder form. Just
sprinkle a little on
the carpet absorbs
all dust and kills all
germs in the carpet
Highly recommended by the medical
faculty.
A sure prevention of
sickness and disease
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal,JSpring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.'   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
Timber
B.C. Mills
and  Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS.   INTERIOR
FINISH,
PLAIN     AND
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES.    LARGE    STOCK
FANCY GLASS.
RoyalmCity Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster Box  137
:   !
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Contractors and
House Builders
We nave a lull   line   ot   the   Best
Builders  Hardware in this City.
Before Budding See Us, as we
Also Complete   Stock
money.
believe   we   can   save   you
ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.]
��� Place on the team will have   interference, he sal* was ���J��af,8���r��J[| jury will free her because, she alleges j family Is being ^vigorously mri*.
'��k to
slmw  how
Wher during  the
Is"'! them.
______________   was no concern of
far    the    warm  his. although hs might  very much re-
summer   has   ;if-'. ret it.
  IDEPUTY   ATTORNEYGEN��RAL
RESIGNS  FROM  OFFICE
Victoria,   An. .   30.���Hugh   A. McLean, K.C., for the pasl twelve .ears
deputy  attorney-general of the prov-
Decision of  New Orleans Court
Lead  to   Killing.
N'ew Orleans, Au. . 30.���Following
the acquittal of Miss Mimlo McLaughlin on a plea of "the unwritten
law" nfter shooting and killing Hugh
Smith, who she aliened betrayed and
ileserted her, the police here are facing an epidemic of man-killing by dl.-v-    .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
appointed  girls. j sailor on tho seven seas, nnd tracked
The first shooting occurred when 'over twenty states ancl as many large
Katherine Fretsch shot and killed : cities by the Danish Brotherhood of
Frank MlBC.ler. The girl, who is in i America, the search for Olaf Hoi-
delicate  health.  Is confident  that tho | stein, a member of thc Danish royal
SEARCH FOR ROYAL SAILOR.
King of Denmark Is Behind Quest for
Olaf Holstein.
Seattle, Aug. 30.���Sought at the request of the King of Henmurk, trailed
through   a   two   years'   career    as     a
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l       A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
��� on view at Gray's
J Diamond Rings from $15.00 to $200.00
T Pearl Kings from    $2.50 to $15.00
i Kings with assorted stones as pearl   and   diamond,   pearl   and   ruby,
* suitahle for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
club,
with
were
Golf   Defined.
' i he   Argonaut.)
Ierrace of a   countr;
"looking    a    green    dotted
:   -1  group of  non-golfers
ititing tea,
1  ' ii golfer, who took his tea
���<   traw, said thoughtfully:
,,  '    '' might  be defined as billiards I to
|8or,e ,:, g,,aB8���
fc >!'���'���, on  the  green,
���' ' :   de non-golfer.
.   Ir "'(' last   flicker of the
I athletics,"   sneered   a
Pothn player.
������.. !   '       e of land and language."
��� :^s"''i a tennis champion.
'^ no:   vnn'ra  ..n  wrong,"  said  a
she w;is betrayed by Mlschler and; Holstein ls said to have resided in
the "unwritten law" gives her a right i Seattle one year ago, under the name
to revenge herself. She says sY> fol-1of Bent Since that time no trace of
lowed the McLaughlin case carefully Ills whereabouts can he found nnd It
and sini-e the acquittal she felt, shells the opinion of the searchers that
was at perfect liberty to kill Mlschler. i ha Is working somewhere in the
The police say they have been    in-   woods of Washington, or has gone to
nee   of   Hritish   Columbia    to   which formed that    numerous    young    men  the far north.
"' ' '' - '._-���__   .|'10, have received  letters from girls who,    According to Detective Peterson    a
John B. Gray
��� WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
X     Dominion   Trust   Block. Columbia   8t.
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Let Me
I'd   call   it,"
dying
young
office he was appointed during t
brief recline of lion. Joseph Mai tin.
has tendered his resignation in order
ito become a partner In the well
i'.nown legal firm of Messrs. Kliott ,t
Shaiidley. of this city.
For the time being the inspector of
legal offices. J. P. McLeod, will also
act as deputy attorney-general. It is
quite probable, however, that, later
on, Attorney-General lion. \V. J.
Bowser will work oul In practicable
form ceitaln reconstruction plans
have been obtaining his
sav they   have   heen   wronged,
threaten death  as a punishment.
and   liberal rewar 1 awaits the person  who
can ghe Information as to the where-
bonts of Bent or Olaf Holstein,
ELIMINATION   FIGHTS.
Hugh Mcintosh on Lookout for Man
to Match with Jack Johnson.
Hugh Mcintosh, the quiet Utile
Australian who has almosl cornered1
the boxing market, has planned -i
series of what he Btyles "elimination
lights" In London, his aim being to
discover a man who can be
with
Ws''','n,i'!''r0..n',./,.U''B,1   T" "' which have been obtaining his    con-|"--:j    -    _,   k    ,Tohnson
*-,;;'!;;;:���,���';:;:; ,*   ^jl-SSlft^thj view to further ��;|3SSfJ SUCcess.    The firs,  fight Is
Saved $40,000 on  Small   Salary.
St.   Louis.   Aug.   30.���MIcheal    Murphy,   who   has   been   for   almost   fifty
years a pilot or. the Mississippi river,
In his will filed here yesterday asks.
that his body be cremated   and   the'
ashes  cast,   into  the  stream   that   he
loved.    Murphy was seventy-five years
pitted   old and had never married.    His sav-1
some ;|ngs from a small salary    will    reach j
$40,000.
e
8
"���Player well.
BASEBALL
hance  the    gervlceableness    of   the
machinery of the department   In this
connection ll  Is nol  ^probable ���     ��
view of the    largely    Increased    legal
^in^of.heen.wn.thartl^depuy
attorney-generalship may hereafter be
divided.
Northwestern League.
I  A, 0   Tuesday, August .10.
v.'u Spokane���
louver
���wane
Hat
Lev
terlt
la; Bat
Al Taco
.��Ule
tna
T
Sel
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Battel
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  rt. ��� k.
 7 in   2
  r>   8   f,
Erickson,    Engle    and
Kratzberg and Shea.
It. II. K.
 '....ll  LE   -1
  Fi 11   r,
,l;>s'     and      I.ebrar.d;
Byrnes,
Newsy   Has   a   Plan.
The   Nationals   won'!   go   after  the
Cup if they have to wait   until next
siuing. and they figure an eastern
team lias no chance If if doesn't go
when tit and strong and in it- Btride.
Lalonde knows the westerners' style I
of play tn a dot���many's t;e time last
year he took the count both In Vancouver anl New Westminster���and
thinks be has a plan of campaign that
i will beat them.���Ottawa Journal.
to be staged at King's bail on December 16, when .Tewey    Smith,    a    well
known English fighter, will m^et
Bombadler Weils,   a husky   smasher
who stands six feet, two inches, has a
reach of TS inches and is only twenty-
two years of age. Wells should beat
Jewey easily, although the latter may-
know more about the science of the
game than the bombadler.
Webs has only engaged in nine
fights si) far. but has wonn all of
them in three rounds or less. He
carries a knockout In either mitt.
Another American Cardinal.
Rome. Aug. .If). ��� The Glorne'e
D'ltalla says that a consistory will he
held  in   November when  nine cardin-
- "i|i he named, one of them an
American.
Dreadnoughts for Russia.
St       Petersburg,      Aug.      HO.���The
Bourse  Gazette  announces   that    the
admiralty   Is   planning   to   build   four
'Dreadnoughts for the Black sea fleet. 2,450 feet
Melons   for   State   Prisoners.
Jefferson City, Mo., An. . Hi).���Every
convict. In the Mate prison here, life
or  short  term,  received   a big,  juicy
watermelon for dinner today.
Twice   Circled   Eiffel Tower.
Paris, Aug. 30.���M. Blelovuccl made
a   sonBatlonal    aeroplane   flight   over
Paris  yesterday.     He  twice   circled
above the Eiffel tower at a height of
Quote
You Rates
It is safer to carry a policy that covers your live stock against
death from any cause than to take chances. You can never foretell
the time that you are going to lose considerable money by the death
of a valuable animal. Take out at a small cost a policy with the
British Empire Insurance Company, and let them take the risk.
This company is well known for  its fair  dealing  and  prompt  adjustment of losses, which are most  important points In insurance.
Call today for my rates and be convinced.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
657 Columbia Street Phone 62 PAGE SIX.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
30ARD OF TRADE���N'EW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in me
hoard room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August I
and November, at u p.m. Annual
meetings on tlie third Thursday ol
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas,
house painting, kalsomlning, paper
hanging and decorating. SixtD
Btreet, New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
"GO PREACHERS"
WERE ATTACKED
DEAD
IN    TWO    PLACES
AND    YET    STILL
LIVING
dead In Otto- i
while alive and
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgvrs; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142- Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE  WURK.S,
Limited. Front street,    New   west , .
minster.     Manufacturers of modern | Their RellglOn   CaUSeS   X" ree j I
saw and    shingle    mill
Mill   plants
pared.
and
machinery,
specification,   pre
Fight, Started by Boys, in
Prince Edward Island.
FIRE   APPLIANCES.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.    THE LAT-
est     in     tire     fighting     apparatus.!
R.    Harris    &    Co..    Lavery   block
Columbia street.    Phone Oaf!.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Bbone L615.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of moiinmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
nolunibla street.  New Westminster
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AC.ENTSt MANA-
ger G. J. Sykes), (12 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up, wire or
write if unable to visit us.
Moncton,    N.    B.,    Aug.    3D���Tbe
strange wandering leligious denomination    of   "go   preachers"   who    were
much in Hie public eye in this province and in Nova Scotia a short time
ago. have started operations in Prince
Edward Island, and at the village of
St.   Eleanor's   on   Saturday   evening
I last, a hot encounter took place   between a number of followers of this
iodd sect and .ome residents who had
'been holding a convention in the vie-
Unity.   Stones and revolvers figured in
She clash, and there was some fierce
j fighting.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST. j Tho trouble arose when the Co-
Phone 18. Newest and most up-to- Preachers were referred to as Mor-
date in the city. Terms moderate.!mons. Thereupon the Go-Preachers
First class cuisinp.  J. Trachy, Prop. | berated  a number   of  boys  who   hail
been interrupting the proceedings for
HOTELS.
HOTEL LYTTON���517 FRONT ST.
Phone 103, Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod &
Watkins. proprietors.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARKIS-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmc��id3.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &I6YNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOME
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors. STEAD  REGULATIONS.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8 	
Guichon block, corner Columbia and j
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of- Any available Dominion Lands with,
flees, Williams building, 41 Gran- In the railway belt in British Colum-
Wade    K    C ���   bia- nlay be homesteaded Uy any per
 son who is the sole head of a family
|or any male over 18 years of age, to
ville  street.     F.  C.   Wade,   K.
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G.
Martin.
E.
Ithe  extent  of  one-quarter  section  of
,160 acres, more or less.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
I
Entry must be made personally at
'the   local   land  offlce  for  the  district
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND^ wi,ich the land is situate.     Entry
Accountant.      Tel.    R 12S.    Room, j by  pioxy may,  however,  be made od
Westminster Trust Block. j certain    conditions    by    the    talker,
'mother, son. daughter, brother or Bin-
i their ill manners anl chunks of coal
were hurled upon the boys with good
I effect. One young man, William Ar-
senault, received a bad cut on the
face. A brother of the Injured man
then used a hammer effectively on
the head of a Go-Preacher.   The light
j then became general.    Stones flow in
jail directions, several parties receiving wounds, but none serious.
On the following Monday night the
trouble was repeated. An attempt on
tbe part of some outsiders to set flre
to thr- fence near the tents was frustrated. The Go-Preachers drew revolvers and the outsiders did likewise. A number of shots were fired,
but no one was hit.
Stones and other missiles were
thrown, and a number of windows in
the houses close by were broken.
During the night the Go-Preachers
folded their tents and departed.
Many charges have heen laid at the
doors   of   the   "Go-Preachers"   during
Toronto,  Aug.   30.���TO  bo   reported
as drowned In the river at Winnipeg,
and as having dropped
wa on the same d
attending to business In Toronto, was
the unique experience of ll. El. Cooler, a manufacturer of travelers'
samples, in this city yesterday. From
Winnipeg yesterday morning came
the story that a man having cards
bearing the name mentioned, bad
been drowned In the Assiniboine
river, while from Ottawa came the
report that another man heating
cards with the name had dropped
dead there. Mr. Cooper made it plain
that it was a case Of mistaken Identity.
Two men. he said, carried his goods
as side lines, and would be likely t i
have some of his cards���Harry Cohen.
of Toronto, employed by the Hig Four
Cap Co., and 0. II. Brown, ol Peterborough, who travels In tlte Ottawa
district. Mr. Cooper said he had a
letter yesterday morning from Cohen.
written at Fort William, but lie h id
uot  heard from  Brown  in some tim ���.
Mail Service
II. & V. "States" daily except Sunday
Leave, 23:00;  Arrive at 21:00.
Vancouver,     dally     except     Sunday,
Leave, 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, L';i:m); Arrive at 8:30, 13:00, IS:on.
Victoria, daily except Sunday.  Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
II.  ��   V.  "States,"  daily  except   Sunday; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 9:16.
C.   &    V.    East,    daily;    Leave,    8:110,
16:45;   Anive  at   9:25,  2l':.:o.
Sapperton,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave.  S:30, 15:45;   Arrive at  9:L'5
and I'l: 00.
Fraser   Mills,   dally   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 16:45; Arrive at 9:25.
Coquitlam,     dally     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive at 13:00.
Central   Park,  daily   except   Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;  Ariive at 13:00.
Edmonrfs,     dally     except     Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;   Arrive at 14:00.
East   Burnaby,  daily  except   Sunday;
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at 14:00.
I,
Hall Safe Co.   Ofiice,
minster Trust block,
ant  vendors of
R. T.  PRINCE. EXPERT ACCOUNT-iter of an Intending homesteader. their construction, are accused of dis-
ANT AND AUDITOR-Agent for the The homesteader is required to per tr.upt,n.g llom,es(|and ^\*V aW, by
Room 9, West- form th conditions connected there-jthe ufor ��/ thelr religious appeals,
city. L.Uh   UQder   one    or    tne    IOUowmgja number or young people from their
i . uloua country  homes.    Immorality   charges
I ' have   heen   freely   made   against   the
STENOGRAPHY   &   TYPEWRITING I    (j)    At lea3t Blx months' resilience j sect and a vigorous campaign was un-
���*~v-" '���-^~-~~-���������<���* ���~vwi'ii[ion  and cultivation  of tbe land on idertaken against them in certain sec-
FREEMAN    BUNTING,     ROO.M    22    acl1 >'ear for three years. Itions    of   the    province.       Tlie    "Go-
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.  "      ""      (._ u t���� father t nr mother  ir tne i Preachers" travel about from place to
place, holding outdoor meetings, and
their travels about the province. The I Burquitlam,    dally    except    Sunday;
members of this sect,  who are   well I    Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 1000
known  in the British Isles as itlner- Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday
:l  "~">l"'y  b.rg.'ly  -f      Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday
Leave,  14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Who   Plays Willie in "The
Burgomaster,"   at   the
Evening, September 7.
Opera   House  iVtd-.iidj^Blga:
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND,
Typewriting;   copy    work,   business i
letters, etc.    Coumbia street. Tele-
phone 62,
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE.  SHILES  & CO.
Real  Estate  and   Insurance  Agents���
City,  farm  and   sumirban  property.
C2S and 745 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
(2) If tbe father ( or mother, lf tne
father is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity o'
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may he satisfied by
such person residing with tbe lather
or mother.
(3) lf the settler has bis permanent
resilience  upon   farming   land   owned
| by him ln the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements a* to residence
'Z_f b? satisfied by residence upon
th�� said land.
j Six tliontlu1 notice In writing should
ibe . I Ven to the commissioner or Do
minion  lands  at  Ottawa of Intention
in many instances bave aroused religious revivals, amounting In some
instances almost to frenzy on the part
of the people appealed to. Large donations have been made the preachers
by the more zealous of their following, and this in some cases hns caused considerable domestic trouble.
CALLED
A DEAD MAN
IN RECORDER'S
COURT
GALVN, LADIES' AND MfflN'B TA1- ['* ^i,]y for putent-
loring. A new line of Spring suit- J Coal���Coal mining rlgnts may be
ing just in. Button making, nress- leased for a period of twenty-one
ing and repairing. 4(1 Lorne street, 'j^ars at an annual rental of .1 per
Plione R508.
DYERS AND  CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN
.ft Slid ayer.,J45 Columbia, street, 'popM
acre. Not more than 25(10 acres
'shall be leased te one individual ��r
company. A royalty at the rare *t
five cents por to�� stall be collected
on tbo merchantable *���*'��������� mined.
W. W. CORT.
Of th�� MlaUtcr *t th*. Interler.
phone R278.   Tlie  place wEfeTe_.ihe I
dirt and dust Is removed from the |
fibre���not pressed ln.   Goods called i    N.B.���Unauthorized   publlcail6n   ot
for and delivered. I file    ,d*>rtIs��m&Rt win.   not be pain
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
��=
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
FURNITURE
W. E. FAI.ES, TIIE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Plione 176, night call  81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWA1TE, CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clarkson street (behind Buir Mock).
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fir and oak.
60   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
Montreal, Aug. 30.���A hum who has
been dead and buried for the past
year or so. the late George It. Prowse,
whose home was at 23 McGill College
avenue, was by an error of the clerk
of the recorder's court, called yesterday to answer a charge of a breach of
a civic bylaw. When the name was
"cried" out in the court room, C. C.
Prowse, a son of the deceased, rose
in his scat and offerel an explanation, asserting that lie knew nothing
of the charge against his late father.
Recorder Weir at once recognized
ill-it a mistake had been made.
Then the court "regular" got busy
and reminisced o*er a mistake made
some years ago when the. clerk of the j
j recorder's  court called  the���name  of
[a temyear-ol.l boy  who  was chaffed-
with  desertion  ef his  wife  and  four
children.    The mistake was explained
in a few minutes.    A clerk had made
a  slight  mistake in  copying  the  list
land the result was that a man of thirty-five was charged with playing  ball
I on  the street while the boy was ac
lensed of non-support.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday;  Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Ladner, daily except Sunday; Leave,
14:20;   Arrive at  10:00.
Port Guichon, daily except Sunday;
Leave,  14:20;   Ariive at.  10:00.
Westham Island, daily except Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sunday; Leave,
14:20;  Arrive at  10:00.
Annacis Island, Monday, Wednesday
and Friday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive
ar  10:00.
Annievtlle, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 14:20:  Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards, Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at
8:110 and lfi:30.
B. & v. "Vancouver,1
Sunday; Leave, 14:
11:00.
Cloverdale. dally except Sunday;
Leave, 14:50; Ariive at 11:00.
Port Kells, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 14:50:   Arrive at 11:50.
Clayton, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday; Leave, 14:50; Arrive at 11:00.
Tynehead, TucBda.y and Friday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:00.
B. & S. "States," daily except Sunday;
Leave, 16:46; Arrive at 16:15.
Burnaby Lake, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 1(1:00; Arrive atvJ5:15.
daily   except
i;    Arrive   at
Furniture
Owing to the numerous requests to purchase sale goods
after the 1st of the month, and
taking into consideration, many
have not had the chance to take
advantage of our bargains, we
have decided to continue our
sale until the 10th of Sept.
Everything in the store is reduced to]
the limit.    No one can sell
for less and live.
3
DENNY   &   GALLOWAY]
Reliable Home Furnishers
43-45 Sixth Street     Phone 588    New Westminster
Trade Mar .3
Designs
Copv��ights 4c.
Anrnno Bonding ft (ketch and deierlptton mnj
. ilekl7 u*ttin lain our opinion tr:-e fti.ei.ticr mi
invbiitJoti Is probftbly pAt��ntpbift Commnnloa.
ttmuKUicy. "onQUoiitfaL HANDBOOK oa Vutunu,
lent fr.4*. {'Most 808Ucy foPMOttflurPalenU.
Pnlunts Lnlusn t):r,iiii!b Mum f. Os ruci'lvi
tptriul noUck, wltbwit clicrtiO, in tho
~ "      T5T*A*Ai.(r,v._
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWUUMNU
Co., bank, office anil store linings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mntueis
and detal] work. Designs and esti
mates furnished. J. Urookes, pro-
prletor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, I'hone
473.
mmm*
wtciwly. L>tr. oftt ctr
Journal, Tonus tc
*:? jjruijii.i.    i<,Jd b
MfilW KC0x��etBrrt,Mta^ New Yorfi
A linT,.<l��C'no!. UliiHtrnti'.T weekly, L>tr. eftt ctr-
culuttno ')' any >atemlflo Joars&l, Tonus ft!
c,ui;- in idjfi & year, piw .. - prepaid. t^oM bj
nil iibwulealer.
SAY   CHILD
WAS
EATEN
BY    DOGS
Halifax N. S., Aug. no.���The officers nnd crew of the stev'i yacht
Surf, which was In North Sydney hist
week, and was lately cruising on the
Labrador coast, report that the dogs
In   that   country   lune   become    verv
nrnnch war*, ffifc If St_ WwbUwton. !>. ''-
1 wild,  und  some of  them   are   very
I dangerous.
Dr. Mulligan, of tie Surf, tells of ��
c-se  where a  little  child   wns  e-ften1
'alive  by dops  before  any  assistance
j could bo given to t'te child.
Tho  cause  of  the  dogs   belne;   sr
| cross Is said to be on account of lack
The dates of tbe fall fairs through I of food on the const.
The   Fall    Fairs.
PAPER   HANGING  & DECORATING.
|.   HUDSON,   WALL  PAPEll,   KOOM
the   upper country   and   coast   have
been announced as follows:
Nicola Valley, September 14.
Kamloops,   September    28.   -fl    and
110.
Vernon, September 15, 1(1 nnd IT.
Armstrong, September 22 and 23,
Kelowna, September 20 and 21.
Salmon Ann, September 2',\ and 24.
Vancouver,  August  10  to  20  inclusive.
Victoria,   September   27    to    October 1. ��
New   Westminster,  October  4  to 8
inclusive.
Vigorous Health
NifcfiB��fcce
���the power lo enjoy to the full life's
work and pleasure���comes only with a
good digestion.
The d-itrift-tiro of the houie Hy it ��� public
duty. Almott erery American Stele Board ol
I l;<ikn u carrying on a crutade againit him.
_ Hit fihhy origin and habiti. and the fact tW
his body it p-aerally laden with di^ase-producing
mom, make* him ooe of lhe gieatut enemie* ol
1 Ik ikiioun race.
! t!tr houickceperi of Canada will use
WILSON'S
B^PEfeiA^ES Fly Pads
tone up weak stomachs���supply the digestive Juloes which are lacklnr-ensure
your food bein. properly converted into brawn and sinew, red blood and active
brain.    60c ��� box at your druggist's or from 53
National Drnt and Ch���leal Co. ot Canada, Limited,
fv-nuteady, thii peril   would   be   tremendously
JMUcedL
kaoMLiiua
5-Acre Blocks on the Tram Line
Revenue Producing Right Now
Finest of Soil
AIE Cleared and Under Cultivation
Price $175 per acre and up
Terms One-Fifth Cash
Balance Spread Over Three Years
The above is a sound investment and we can
safely say that in two short years it will produce from the land itself the full value paid
for it. We say to you, " Investigate This,
and get full particulars of our fine offer. The
terms are easy and need give you no trouble.
See Us Today.
m*���ma*���m
The People's Trust
LIMITED
F. C. COOK, General Manager
451 COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE    IN    THE   DAILY
pHONE 64��
I yrrjN
ESDAV
AUGUST 31, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
�� CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. CoastSS. Sailings
hHips ��rC0UVER
TO   SEATTLE.
PAGE SEVEN.
[.I a. ~a,
[ i'''���'-
Daily
Daily
tin a. in-
Daily
. Dally except Saturday
I"!'���"'   "   Saturday
i p, in.    -
TO   NANAIMO.
p.m.
Dally
.0 UNION   AND  COMOX.
1     Mondays
M1���'   Thursd'ayt and Saturdays
"to  ALASKA.
    Every Saturday
''T0 PRINCE  RUPERT.
t      Ever)   Thursday and  Sat.
I STEWART  (Portland Canal).
u    ,, Every   Thursday
id p. in.          ..   '   ,,,    .    ,
, BeaV(,  leaves New westmln-
I'. ���i   Monday, Wednesday and
; '.' |e'avi    Chilliwack ' a.m.
' lay    and    Saturdays
New
Wellington
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. o. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth
Contemplating
A Trip
To Europe ?
" ��o. you will want the very best
!'" !':]'\ !" offered tor your mone .
,l",'1. " d0PS nol matter whal class of
cal.Ill   is  desired
���da.
TIUU
artlculars, apply to
ED GOULET,
.writ   N'ew Westminster.
i    i    FOSTER,
i G. p   \   Vancouver.
Do  vou  want  to  Increase your
business '.'   Then see
AUNDER
FOR
I G N
Is desired
TKE ROYAL LINE
will All your wants. First, Second and
1 ""',1 l "bin accommodation is unexcelled whilst the Dining Service leaves
nothing to be desire I.
The Next Sailings are
��� Royal   George    Sept.  1
 | Royal  Edward       Sept. 15
Royal George  Sept. 29
Royal  Edward   Oct. 13
���'��� -Goulet, agent ('. l>. it., will book
your passage via these steamers, or
write Wm. Stapleton, general agent,
Scotl block, Wiimi] <���!.;, Man.
Signs of every description.
Glass signs a si eclalty.
324 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
IRELAND IS LOSING      p" * "7
POPULATION QUICKLY f ^Pon��es and
Toilet Soaps
Many Thousands Go to Other
Lands and the Island is
Being Depleted.
AT ALL
PRICES
7331
::tt.
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6,  Guichon  Building.
Phone  681
Dublin, Au��.. 30.���Ireland is still losing population. The excess of births
over deatlis in 1909 was 27,78(1, ac-
cordlng to the registrar general's report jusi issue I, but as 28,676 people
emigrated during the year, there was
an actual decrease in population of
890.
The marriages registered during
the year numbered 22,650; representing a raie of 5.18 per 1,000 of the estimated population. This rate is 0.02
below thai for the previous year, but
0.06 above the average of ton years,
1899-1908.
Of the  22,650
during the last  yeai
tween Catholics, 3 12
I Ry all's Drug Store j
1 EYES  TESTED  BY  OPTICIANS. <
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COLONY   OF    RATS   IS
NESTING    UNDER    SIDEWALK
Gretna,   Man.,   Aug.   30.���The    rat
pest is again beginning to show Itself
here,   particularly   since   sidewalk   repairing lias heen In progress.   Workmen   lifting   broken   planks,   have   in
many instances discovered large num.
bets    of    rates    underneath.    People
marriages  registered iaround here blame the Manitoba  de-
16,057 were be- partment  of agriculture  for   the   in-
were celebrated  crease    in    numbers,    claiming    that
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
bv
jigagement Extraordinary
Collins, the Record
Iger and Miss Lillian War-
Contralto.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the   lerslgned   up  to  Mondav,  Si p-
tember L2, 1910, for the erection and
completion of a Church Building    on
Cedar, Fir and Hemlock   i���,h  vcm!��
Plans and specifications can be seen
al Ha residence of Kev. F, S. Okell,
Twelfth Btreel and Eighth avenue.
The I iwesl or any tender not necessarily accepted.
j. \v. Mcdonald, sec.
ill0"   Pictures' FirstClass Air Dried Stock
If you want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your wants, our price
will suit
| Orchestra-4000 D_ j.   ^^ ^
imijsion 10c - Children 5c      Phone 173    Lulu Island
NOTICE      REGULATING      VEHICLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All persons using Columbia street
for ve dele traffic of any kind are re-
��� - ted to keep to the left hand side
"i the e-r track while proceeding In
either direction.
By order,
.1. A. RENNIE,
Art ina City Clerk.
City Hall, August  12, 1910.
Q_B ^9KJ��i��iSl
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  Paid Up
Reserves    	
$5,000,000
.$5,900,000
The  Bank  has  Branches  In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba
throughout the island; also ln
Porto kico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,   Kngland.
Correspondents In all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Hanking facility.
L
M.  RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
according to the rites and ceremonies nothing was done at the beginning to
Of the Church of Ireland, 2,296 were destroy these rodents, and thai a lib-
in Presbyterian meeting bouses, 462 oral use of virus at Uie time would
in registered buildings belonging to have effectually rid the country of the
various religious denominations, 390 pests. Ho far lhe department has only
by ci1. il contract In the registrar's of- supplied one ease containing 100
flees, tour according to the usages of,tiibos, to this municipality. People
the Society of Friends, and fix ac- here think that the government
cording to the Jewish rites. should   spend   a   large   amount    of ]
The   marriages   of   bachelors   with  money in the work of extermination.,*" ������
spinters  constituted  89.5 per cent  of as the damage which this pest does
tlie total, those of widowers and spin- "ill soon amount to millions of dol- i WpWQOMF Ht QftW^l
sters were 6.6 per cent. The marriage bus in the province, particularly Mi*** *****" ��J\/iTlEj Ot Dv/PliJ
of bachelors and widows was 2.4 per they reach Winnipeg. It does not take]
cent, while the marriages of widowers many rats to make a colony. The
and widows formed .1.5 per cent, of ease of a man named Ken;; lo wa- i
the  total   marriages. broughl   to  the  attention  of  the  town
Tic hlghesl marriage rate for coun- authorities today.    He  went   to  con-l
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
ty  or  county   borough  areas  wore  7.2   siderable  c-pense  lo  rid   his  place  of ���
per  1,000 of the  population   for   tlie  rats,  and  thought  lie had  succeeded,! Estimates Given.   PllOne 567
county   borough   of  Dublin,  and   the but they swarmed over from a neigh-
lowest  was 3.4 per cent, per 1,000 foribor's, ate up liis grain, and did -
the county of Mayo. damage.   The city of Grand Porks has
Opening  'lie  commission   of   assize ; made   an   organize'!   effort    to    exterior Cork city, Lord Justice Cherry in  initiate them, and has mei with great
success.    Winnipeg  city  fathers  may
take a leaf from its book. LAND  ACT
214  Sixth   Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER        :
B. C.
liis address to the grand jury, said I
their duties on the occasion would be:
extremely light. That was a pleasure
he had repeated so frequently during the present circuit that it was
now almost like a refrain. They had
only one case to go before them, a
charge of breaking a plate glass window.
lmiing the assizes which are now
coining to a conclusion throughout
Ireland, in almost every county and
city,
P
LIBEL    SUIT    MAY    RESULT.
New Westminster Land  District.    D;s-
_____ trict  of  New  Westminster.
Take notice    that John    Ferdinand
Calgary Building  Inspector May Take   Baggs, of Nelson    Island,    occupation
Action   Against   R.   C.   Thomas.      ifarmer,   intends  to  apply  for  permis-
Calgary,   Aug.   30.���It    is   possible sio.   '"  Purchase the    following    de-
that an action for damages to the ex-1 scribed  lands;
tent of $10.0(10 mav be started within I    Commencing    at    a    post   planted
with only four or five exceptions, a day or so against R. ('. Thomas by about   one.  mile northeast   trom the
i Building    Inspector   Harrison.      This head  ��r  Billings  bay,
has arisen out of the charge of graft- chains eas from
and  about     40
tbe    southeast
point     of
160  acres
The Remarkable Progress of the
TCO.
Have been unprecedented in the history of the
Oil Industry.
Full possession to all of this Company's immense
holdings was not completed until the 20th of June
-Just two months ago.
Since that date the Company has installed machinery for two flowing oil-wells; has commenced
and is already far advanced with the construction
of a Refinery on the ground ; and has shipped Nine
Miles of piping to convey the product of their Oil
wells to tide-water.
Can this record of progress for two months be
beaten ?
The present week will see the stock of the
Amalgamated Development Co. quoted upon one
or more of the local Stock Exchanges. Watch the
RISE.
Price of Stock: One and
Two  Dollars per Share
Apply to:
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
5l�� Hastings Street, West Telephone 4327
the judges had been ahle to testify to
tlie peaceful  condition of the county
generally, and the absence of crime.llng Mr. Thomas made against Mr. corner of timber lot number 37341,
He could not recollect in any period Harrison, which was practically exon-' thence north 40 chains, thence easl
within his memory where reports had erated from the charge of grafting by 40 chains, tlience south 40 chains,
been so uniformly favorable.   He  had the commissioners. .(thence   west  40  chains  to
been informed it was in a great meas-     "Tlie   matter   is  In    my    lawyer's j commencement,  containing
ure due to tbe advance of temperance.'bands." Mr. Harrison said, "and it is more or less-
He supposed It was so In Cork also:    1 probable  an   action    will   be   started! JOHN  FERDINAND BAGGS
It is satisfactory to find by the June shortly." '    Dated August 29, 1910.
j circular of the Flax Supply   associa- i	
I tion.  Belfast, that tbe Irish flax crop
I tbis year lias a most promising appearance. There is a fairly substantial increase at last in the area under   flax,   and   it   is   significant   that
j though  tlie  acreage  in   Munster and
��� Connaught is not considerable, th" in-
crease in those provinces is relatively
j large. When Belfast alone imports
llax to the value of about a million
and a quarter annually, an increase,
however small, of the area under flax
in Ireland, must be regarded as a sat-j
isfaetory sign of improvement. Thirty'
years ago there wore 143.000 acres
iinder flax in Ulster alone. In Antrim.
Derry and Down, the increase in flax
sowing was considerable this year.
In Armagh, Cavan, Monahan, Donegal, Far. lanagh, and Tyrone, while
there was a decrease in some districts
there was an increase in others; so
that on a whole, there is a larger crop
than last year in Uuster, and the
present condition of the flax Indicates
that a yield will be considerable.
A disease known as black measles,
which has broken out in the Tem-
plence district of county Kerry within the past, fortnight, has already
caused seven deaths and forty fresh
cases have been reported to the medi-1
cal officers of health.
The disease is of a malignant and
highly contagious character, and a
curious fact in connection wdth the
outbreak is that the victims were
young men between tlie ages of twen-!
ty and twenty-seven.
Columbia Street Snap
Six-room Modern House, on car line, Columbia Street. Has Cement Foundation.
Price, $2,500, $1,200 Cash, bai. to arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
USE    OF    X RAYS   IS
CONSIDERED   DANGEROUS
I
Eastertrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
!       FLOUR !
FLOUR
N'ew York. Aug. SO.���Commenting
upon tlie death of Dr. Mihraim K.
Kassabian. an X-ray operator of Philadelphia, from milignant disease imputed to X-ray burns, the Xew York
Medical Journal says:
"It is most regrettable that a man
who has done such excellent work, j
and who had shown himself to he so
thoroughly informed as to the action
of this therapeutic agent, should have
failed to take sufficient precautions to
protect himself from the untoward effects which almost surely follow prolonged exposure to the rays.
"It will be remembered that the
X-ray has been assigned as the cause
of tlie death of several operators, and
considerable litigation has grown out
of the claims due to the alleged unwise or unskilful use of the agent.
"The history of the therapeutic use
of the X-ray does not differ widely
from that of other agents whose introduction has been acclaimed as the
wonder of the century. Its users at
first alleged for it the most miraculous powers, combined wth absolute
safety, and the limitations of its usefulness have been more and more
clearly defined, but, unfortunately, allegations of its harmlessness have
heen quite clearly disproved.
"It Is to be hoped that the sad lesson which we have learned from the
careless use of the X-ray will not be
forgotten with the next novelty in
therapeutics which is presented to
us." ������.-.���
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75  per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
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\ Weekday Schedule
i Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20,
��� 8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
x Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster  at 5:50,  6:50,  7:20,  8:00
��� and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
J Return Fare:  Adults, 60c;  children under 12, 35c.
* Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for Vancouver   at   8
��� a. tn, and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
*, Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 8 a. m., 9  a. m.  and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:  Return fare. 50c; children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND  SAPPERTON   LINE.
City Limits Line���20-minute service from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.'
Sunday  Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m. '
Sapperton  Line���20-minut�� service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:80 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
} B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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j��� PAGE EWflT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
AUGUST
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1st)
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4
TOOLS
Our stock of Carpenters' Tools
ia complete, and prices are the
lowest. Come in and let us
show you.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
*#**#**#**#******k**=��**i **c**o**o**x********-y.-**..*
ICity News;
* *
The local unions have been asked
to join the labor men of Vancouver
In the celebration of Labor Day in
that  city.
Pot   plants   and   fresh   cut
at Tidy's store.    Phone 184.
flowers
��� ��
A pleasant social was held at the
Si\tli avenue Methodist church parsonage yesterday evening, a huge
number of the congregation and
friends  attending.
Port Mann acreage, exclusive sale.
National Finance Co. **
An investigation by deputy flre wardens into the cause of the recent tire
at White Rock has heen started.
The Central livery
Thompson, proprietor,
auto to his equipment.
stables.   S.
ias   added
Phone 137.
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me.
My SXAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and n few spools of
EASTMAN'S DEPENDABLE NON-
CCRLING FILMS with you and you
can enjoy every moment of this year's
vacation ail over again at any time.
KODAKS from $10 up.
BROWNIES from $1 to $12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial  Exhibition tiiis fall.
We can explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long     Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C.
Breakfast At
The Royal Cafe
I
To begin a day well ls a feature which usually marks success for the rest of\the day. You
wake up sometimes with "no ap-
retite" feeling, and the outlook
for the doing of a good day's
work loots bad. That's the time
you need a well cooked meal.
Something that wlll please the
palate and create an appetite.
Begin the day well by having a
good breakfast, and you will be
fortified for the after hours on
duty. Come to the ROYAL for
breakfast, where everything Is
of the hest deliclously cooked
and nicely served.
Pictures of Sir Ernest Shackleton's
expedition in search of the south pole
will be shown at the opera house in a-
few days.
Call at National Finance Co.'s office
re Port Mann. We have large exclusive listings. **
George Cassady, managov of tlie
Columbia cold storage, returned yesterday from a business trip to Eastern
Canada.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
R 29S. **
Florence Lillian, infant daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Boyd, of Leith street,
died early yesterday morning. The
funeral will take place at two o'clock
this afternoon. On Sunday there will
be a memorial service for tlie deceased at the Salvation Army citadel
at 7:110 p.m., conducted by Ensign
Lamb and Lieutenant Hamilton.
Bargains in all lines at Fales', the
reliable furniture dealer. **
The protest lodged against the
Mai le Leafs baseball team some
weeks ago. charging the playing of
outside men. will be discussed at a
meeting of the Baseball association '
on Friday evening, when President
Sid Malcolmson will be in the chair.
For a pleasant cool  dilnk. try the!
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. ** ]
S.  Maher. of tlie department of the ;
interior  at   Ottawa,  paid    an    official
visit  to the crown timber office here;
yesterday.
I
We  make   tir  and  cedar  doors  and
windows;   Walsh Sash and Door Fac- j
tory.   Phone 413. **
No reports of more fires have been j
received   at   the  office  of  the   crown
timber agent and It is supposed thai
the recent rains have been successful
in subduing most of them.
Window frames made while you' I
wait *������ the Walsh Sash and Door Far-' 1
tory.   rhone 4lS, **     ||
Tioboi'i m Hobson, of Vancouvei',
,laS Applied for one tenth of a cubic
''.ot of water to he taken from Clementine creek at Annie Falls, the water to
be used for domestic purposes.
You can get porch columns and
balasters turned while you wait at
the Walsh Sash and Door factory.
Phone 413. **
A horse belonging to M. H. Rout-
ledge, of Sixth street, was killed on
Columbia street yesterday. It ran
away down Eighth street and coming  I
on to the,main street collided wiU;,
one of the centre poles recently erected to curry the wires for the street
cars. Alexander Adams tried to stop
It before it reached Columbia street,
but his efforts were unsuccessful.
Mann Grove Park, close to B. C.
Electric, and Port Mann the cheapest
land In the district. One-fifth acre
$200 and $22.r>; easy terms. Reid, Curtis & Dorgan, 70fi Columbia street.
Phone 466. ������
Since the police court   proceeding
against some of the Btriking machln.|
[sts  the  oilier  day,  there   have  been
no fresh developments.
Five acre lots in Port Mann. See
National Finance Co. **
Tlie remains of Miss Agnes Wilson
who died on Monday at the Royal Columbian hospital, wlll be interred in
the Odd Fellows' cemetery on Thursday. The late Miss Wilson was
twenty-flve years of age and at the
time of her death was a resident of
Westminster Junction.
Davles greenhouse is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. **
Cheap round trips will be made on
the river on Saturdays by the steamer
Transfer, commencing today. The
boat leaves at two o'clock. **
SCHOOL
t*aJ-T\JLaSl��_S
A sale of great Importance to parents desirous of saving money  in  the    purchasing    0f
school   clothing.    The  demands for new clothes will be apparent when   the  children  start to P""1*1'
anticipation of such demands and In  order that  we  may  clear  out every washable garment ��� 1����''   '"
cided to place our entire range of children's goods on sale.    Bring the  children   in  ,.n(] t, aVe d''
mnets.    Prices will afford you  a  pleasant surprise.                                     .i m l   ;
L^fcaSK"*..
SAYS VATICAN  IS YIELDING.
Spanish Minister Declares One De
mand Has Already Been Relaxed.
Paris, Aug. 30,���A special lo the
Figaro from San Sebastian quotes
Garcia Prleto, the Spanish minister
of foreign affairs, as saying the Vatican's note, which will be formally
considered by the cabinet at Madrid
on September 4. does not insist on
tlte government's withdrawal of tlie
"Padlock Bill" as a condition precedent to the resumption of negotiations.
The bill prohibits the creation of
further religious establishments until
the revision of tbe concordat has
heen completed or a definite law on
the subject has heen passed.
The Public
Supply Stores
M 1 I  | | I I
I'Wtffr'
B
arrefc
nf
The Royal Cafe
$94 Columbia St., Phone 375
Chocolates!
A Fresh Supply
of Webb's Just
Arrived.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane  Block���Four Doors East
of Bank of Montreal.'
Miss Mae Davison has returned
from a holiday trip to Bellingham,
Everett and other border cities.
Look into tie show window of
Fales' furniture store today. **
Invitation to the pallor of W. E.
Fales tonight. (118 Agnes street.
Everybody welcome. **
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
Good Things
are what you see when you
visit our grocery store.
Choice brands of everything
is what we supply you and at
prices often charged for inferior articles.
You'd Laugh
to know how much of good
cheer could be charged up to
us. That's because what wo
sell is guaranteed, both fresh
and pure and helps drive
away the blues. Dyspepsia
don't linger long in any
household that we supply
with groceries. flood-bye,
cone again.
BOYS' AND GIRLS'
SCHOOL HOSIERY
25c PER PAIR
Special For The Big School Sale
Boys' Heavy Hercules and Rock Rib Cotton Hose; all sizes, six to ten
inch.    Regular prices ,10c to 35c.   On Sale, per pair 25c
Ribbed Cashmere, Union Cashmere   Hose;   double   knees,   sizes   t;   to
S'-j.    Regular pi Ice l!5c.    Special for the school sale, per pair   25c
Tan Cotton Ribbed Hose; hoys and girls' heavy rock ribbed and line
1'iincess ribbed; sizes 'I to 10 Inches. Regular prices 30c and Mac. All
sizes.    Sjecial for tlie School Sale, per pair   25c
One Lot White Dresses
95c Each
Regular Values $1.25 to $1.75.
A special lot of odd sizes, French dresses. Russian dresses and overall styles; all nicely tt iinniedand lini.slied in every way. Tbe lot
to clear, each  95c
A
oys' Coat Sweater*
\ special line of heavy knit
ted sweaters, coal style with
Blde Pockets; colors, m
with cardinal facing, Mv,
h cardinal and grey WRh
maroon 11 ej are heavy and
S,""IL'- bI ��� suitable for
boys up to 12 years of age.
Special price, each  95.
Special Notice
To The Boy-
About the kind of Bweate.
tbey like We have added
to our stork a full range 0!
flne ribbed woollen Jerseys
and sweaters in cardinal,
lavy and white. Also line
cashmere    Jerseys   in   all
sizes.
Girls' Buster Coat Sweat!.
$1.25 each. All sizes un!
colors In small girls' Buster
coat sweat)
Girls' White
Duck Sailor Suits
$1.75  Each.
Suits of extra (     I qu lit;
the few remaining   are cn
s.ile   at   tins     s; ei i il    ;
Regular  vai i Your
choice,   each        $1.75
The New Fall Dress Goods  are Now on Display
Today we place on sale the new arrivals In dress gc
tion and examine tin
ods.    We in\ ite you to  v i. it   th ���   - '
1 una,,    v, c   jm.hv   un   buic   uif  uan   tuiivtUH   m   im-^s   guuaB.      nt1   in\ue   \oii   tn   \t.it   ty. t
tion and examine the many new and handsome weaves.    Every piece has been carefi en    l' ���
Bona! selections In the European markets enables us to show our complete range earllei 1    a erei
fore, as well as enabling us to place before our customers materials as up-to-date :;s i> I
procure.    We  will   take  pleasure  in  showing  you   lhe  new   dross fabrics today.
I
W. S. COLLISTER S CO.
INCREASE
IN TRADE
WITH SOUTH AFRICA
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
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IT PAY* TO ADVERTISE
���IX���
IHI       DAILY
N E W ��
Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second street.   Excellent view.    Streets on three sides
of this  property.    $350 each.  Terme.
a,        10  lots  extending  from  First  to  Second  street.    This  property ��
���   is especially well situated     Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.  Y
t   Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE. 2
!     F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.     |
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Canadian (rade with South Africa
continues to show a remarkable development. J. A. Chesley. the Canadian trade commissioner at Capo
town, repoits a gratifying advance
In the importations of Canadian products, especially of the staple commodities ln which Canadian exporters
aud manufacturers aie ptlncipally
concerned. 1
Tho lmnorts of ������*e"',,'-'!idisfi from
Canada, during the twelve months
en.eu December 111. 19U��, were vuiuod
at 6479,433, sterling ($2,397,165) as
compared with ��426,849 ($2,129,245)
for the corresponding period of mns,
 n Increase of ��53,684  ($2(17,920).
The Increases were largely    ln    our
domestic propdnet Ions.
The Imports of animals living were
larger hy ��48(10 ($24,430); binding
twine and harvest yarn, r <
($6900); bacon and hams, ��1835
($!U7.r>); condensed milk, ��14,348
($71,740); carts and carriages, ��1,.
7118 ($8990); calcium carbide, ��1641
($7705); flour, wheaten, ��32,877
($164,886); preserved flsh, ��284i>
($14,230); hardware anl cutlery. ��1,-
203 ($5115); agricultural Implements,
��1(1,025 ($84,(125); musical Instruments, ��1637 ($8185); agricultural
machinery, ��1987 ($9936); motor
cars and parts thereof, ��3368 ($1(1,-
700); oatmeal, ��11,402 ($67,010);
stationery and hookB. ��10:12 ($',1(!0);
sausage casings, ��1110 ($5550);
wood manufactured nnd unmanufactured, ��0418 ($47,0110). The Imports
of butter were smaller by ��5404
($27,020); cheese, ��1802 ($11010);
fencing wire, ��6696 ($28,480); and
wheat   ��3(1,527   ($182,035).
H1"I|III|IM|IM|III|
ni|ii,|i,
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Every Student
I as The
Hearty
Co-Operation
Of The
Instructors
Of This
Institution
anliiiiliiilniliiiliiili
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The Westminster IHodsrn Business
610 Columbia Sfreef. A. L MB fcPraC?
JEWELS ARE STOLEN
FROM  STEAMER STATEROOM
New York, Aug. 30���Jewels to the
value of $4000, the property of Miss
Ethel May Davis, of Chicago, were
stolen from her stateroom on the
steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II. early last
Friday morning, during the steamer's
voyage from Bremen to thl* port. The
robbery became known with the ar
rival of the stean.er today.
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch ��� 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
CANADIAN   PACIFIC
railW'
CVB   US    A     TRIAL
" ' Bl *��� H
Commencing Sunday, Ajjf^-flfl
train for Kootenay. M.      |ngtf,d
eago will leave at 16��D
16:2B- . Pnrf      W00^ Mt**
Passengers  for  P" ��      ^i   *|
Barnet can leave at;IM' & jof I
at Port Moody ���� �����*
agent. ^____
Try  a  "WANT" a* ��
It will br��o�� rM*��
IM
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