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 White Rock
SEASIDE   PROPERTY
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
]
 f*
Camping
"WHITE   ROCK," THE  PLACE
V "TTE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME
.-,   NUMBER 1'
NEW WESTMINSTER, li. C, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2.;. 1910.
PRICE FIVE CEN   fe
| flGHTERS
SAVE WHITE ROCK
Jummer Resort No Longer
in Danger of Destruction-
Help Appreciated.
Iflnlees ti sudden breeze springs up
ite Rock is safe from the lire
Ih'icii threatened it on Wednesday
Looon and evenlh��.
About twenty men remained at
,,',k all last night, watching the lire
',. extending the guards which have
thrown  up around  the  summer
|.uge8 at the camp. Yesterday the
,' |D��� Zone was isolated, a furrow
te,tM;il  feel   wide  being  dug  around
tie Are.
[Tin. bush  fire extends over a  two
area and is only a hundred yards
Lin II. A. Eastman's summer cottage.
rfl,e flre ��as    started    on  Monday.
tfesumably by H. T. Thrift or   some
[ his men.    The blaze was not con-
Idereil dangerous at the time, but an
[or( waa made to extinguish it.    It
tas supposed to be under control   on
nesday, but on Wednesday afternoon
suddenly   spread    and     threatened
Die settlement.
.. call fur help was sent to this city
Ind was promptly responded to. Most
[ the men who went out from West-
sfnster remained at the scene of
anger all night, returning here yes-
erday morning.
All the men employed at the Camp-
.11 River    Lumber    company's    mil"
OFFICIAL REPORT
STATES SIX KILLED
Names of Killed and Injured
in Grand Trunk Wreck in
Michigan.
Durand, Mich., Aug. 25.���Superintendent Eureka, of the Grand Trunk,
tonight gave out a statement that nix
passengers were killed, tive weie Injured and eight escaped without IB-
jury late last night in the Grand
Trunk wreck three milea east of here
when the 1'ullmuu car Nebraska, on
the eastboufid train No. 14, was demolished and set on tire by the locomotive of passenger train No. 4.
The known dead are: Mrs. Alma
Woodward, lielelleld, N, I).; Mrs. E.
Gilpin, 626 East Forty-sixth sti rei,
Chicago; James McBean, letter carrier, Chicago; Miss Swinger, trained
out nuise, travelling with .Mrs. Woodward; unidentified woman, unidentified child.
The following are at the hospital
in this city badly lnjuied. Burt
Mitchell, Battle Creek, engineer of
train No. II, condition critical; Arthur
Wall, Edmonton, Albert;*, face and
head burned; Mrs. Kate McBeav,
Chicago, right leg fractured; Mrs. Lester Dochler, Tavistock, Out., fractured leg and bruised.
The injured taken to the hospital at
Dm and are: George Nelson, Battle
Creek, fireman on  No.  4.  bally scald
HUNDREDS DEAD
IN IDAHO FIRES
Reports of Appalling Disaster in Forests of Western
United States.
MANUFACTURERS MAV
COME TO THIS CITY
Spokane, Aug. 25.���If the atories of
men who. returned today from the St.
Joe county of Idaho are to be believed, the loss of life along Big creek,
a tributary of the St. Joe river, was
appalling, and the dead In Idaho alone
will number more tiian two bundled,
e\en if Ranger U. Halm and his
elgbty-four men turn up, of which the
forestry office in Wallace is not hopeful,
Thirty  Italians Dead.
Two lumbermen say tbey saw tblity
Italian lire fighters burned to death
ou Big creek. A party of Austrian
laborers report, the death of seventeen
of their   comrades   and    the    loss   of
  ^     ed, probably will dp-;  A. Davis, Mont-
���eie requisitioned  for    tire    fighting  real, scalded, probably fatal;  Mis. M.
uty by Fi re Ranger Harris, who took | Steltry Dubuque, Iowa, upper lip cut
[targe in the absence of Fire Rangei
ijlpps, of whose district White Hock
onus a pari Mr. Phlpps was at Point
[oberts attending to another Are at
Hic time.
I A rigid Investigation Is to be   con-
noted into the cause ot the outbreak,
nd If, us Is currently reported, Mr.
brifl b  In any way  responsible for
be tire, he will  be called    upon    to
km all the   expenses    Incurred    In
,. til     '   b ,i tiiis will In no way re-
leve him from further responsibility,
Isting    in   stamping    out
Isolate 1 burning  patches  on   Monday
_:������      :. K. ll. Sands, who has been
pli    ..���  White Rock all summer,
t- aped sei lo is injury,
Ide Jusi In time to avoid
leing crushed by a falling tiee. Mr.
lands back and shoulders were
i e tree and Ite w,,s <-oni-
lelled to rer in in bed part of the
lollovwn;. day iu consequence.
In spite of his injury Mr. Sands wns
jra Wednesday an.l Thursday one of
pe i o ,.i live of the lire fighters,
pi) returning home 'ast night when
Musical exhaustion compelled him to
lake a rest.
Board of Trade Will Arrange
Visit of Canadian Manufacturers' Association.
An effort will be made to have the
members of the Canadian Manufacturers' association, who meet ln Vaucouver towards the close of next
month, pay an official visit to New
Westminster.
At a ineeting of tlie board of trade
last night the matter was brought up
by President Lusby, who thought that
every effort ought to be made to have
the association come over here. He
stated thai many of the visaing nieni-
i hers would come to New Westminster
i anyway to call on some of tildtr 'ciis-
| tomers  here and  look over the city,
,   .     | . .   :     Z7 u , but  if  the  whole  body  oi   men  came
forty-eight American laborers who en- ��� i    ...,-���   ������, ",���i.0i   i,���,.��� <
,..  ",   j      ... ,   ,      over and    were    entertained    heie 1.
listed  in   Missoula   s  announced  by ,, ,     v  ,,,.. f��� .     ���..,���.���   ,.,.,���,i
would  be  better  from    every    standpoint. I
II AIDS DETECTIVE
10 FIX GUILT ON TDIEVES
and severely bruised; Charles Spencer, of Battle Creek, engineer on No.
���I, Is badly Injured, bui his name does
not appear on the list given out by
the railway officials.
The cause of the wreck Is a mystery
and an inquest will be held. Engineer
Spencer, of the second section of the
train, said that he was almost on top
of the lirst section when he heard the
torpedo signal that there was a train
standing on the track ahead of him.
An exploded torpi do was found to-
day fifty rail lengths or 1500 fee',
from tbe scene of tiie collision, and
Assistant Superintendent Eureka, of
the Grand Trunk, said that the second
section could have been stopped in
mhi leet.
Brakeman ('. li. Graham, of the second section, asserted that he went
back with the torpedo at least a quarter of a mile. The wreck was char*
acterizel hy all tbe gruesome scenes
attending a railroad disaster at midnight.
farmers who ran from their homes
to assist in the work of rescue were
held back by the flames and conn ei
led to stand helpless witnesses of . *
roasting of a human body while in-
Other fell to pieces before theii v.-., a.
Superintendent Eureka estimated that
there were seventeen passengers on
the car.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^      unnouncd
their surviving companions.
No   Hope  for   Halm.
Supervisor Weigle has given up
hope of the safety of Hanger Joseph
B. Halm, who was with eighty men in
tlie thick of the fight on the headwaters of the St. Joe river last Saturday. A relief party has searched the
whole country where llalra was last
seen. Ranger P. A. Ferns at the head
of a still larger party on the St.
Joe is safe.
Many Killed at Big Creek.
The forest service announces the
loss of twenty-seven men on Big
creek, and it may be that these are a
party of the ninety-five dead reported
by their comrades in Spokane today.
Settlers Dead.
It is supposed that the twenty-two
bodies found in Bitter Root creek
near Avery, are those of settlers.
Twenty-five bodies found on Setser
creek are those of forest employees.
The forest office in Wallace is unable to give out the names of the
dead, but it is thought that most of
the men were newly hired for the fire
emergency and their names ave not j
officially recorded. Probably tew of j
the skilled forest men have perished.
ANOTHER OBJECTION
TO AUDITOR'S REPORT
COUNCIL LISTENS TO
AUDITOR'S ADVICE
Suggestions for Improvements in Methods Made
by Moses B. Cotsworth.
BOARD MAKES UP
FOR LOST I ME
Business is Brisk at   |ard
ti
of Trade���New Quarters
Suggested.
Tne rest of the members of the
board of trade present at last night's
ineeting were of the same opinion and
President Lusby, J. R. Duncan, A. W.
McLeod, A. E. While and George
Small were appointed a committee to
make arrangements to have the members of the association visit New
Westminster.
The association will hold Its annual
meeting in Vancouver about September 21 and there will be about 200 of
the most representative business men
from all over Canada present. They
will represent almost every branch of
commerce and tlieir visit heie should
mean Much to  New Wsctminster.
The object of the board of trade is
I to show to eastern manufacturers the
j advantages of New Westminster as a
| location for western branches of their
various industries.
Harvesters   at   Winnipeg.
Winnipeg.    Aug.    2i>.���Seven    trains
of harvesters arrived here this morning.
FORT MANN TO RE GREAT
IND'ilSTRlAL CENTRE
���Sleuth's Olfactory  Organ   Detects  Difference in Smell of Roll of Bills
and Coat Pocket.
Montreal, Aug. 24.���Peter I^awson
owes liis arrest to tho rather peculiar
Circumstances that a detective's sense
"' Binell aroused his curiosity as to
*'��' ii wad of banknotes taken from
"it pockel of an old coat was strongly
redolent of camphor, while the gar-
twin fi om wliich It was taken gave
HO odor of thai preservative. The In-
vestlgation that followed caused the
'""osl In Montreal of Lawson and the
detention In Newark of the man's
*'��e and his sister-in-law.
Peter Lawson was arrested in Mon-
heal almost Immediately
rival.   Hi
"ml Willi*
front nf
I locttve  McL
DYSENTRY OUTBREAK.
Many People in This City Suffering
from   Complaint.
In common with the people of Van-
comer and Victoria, residents of this
i ity ha\o for the past couple of weeks
been suffering from dyseutry , although none of the local cases have
assumed serious proportions.
With a view to ascertaining the
cause of this sudden outbreak, Dr. C.
J. Fagan has been instructed by Hon.
Dr. Young to Investigate and suggest
preventive and curative measures.
Ru9sell  Srr.ither Writes to City Coun
cil Asking That His Narr.e Be Expunged  From   Report.
Plnr.- .for   Railway  Yards   Have   Been
Greatly Extended���Nearly 200
Men at Work.
Vancouver, Aug. 24.���Every day
brings fresh evidence of the intention
of the Canadian Northern to mak >
j Port Mann, opposite New Westminster, its main terminal on the Pacific
coast and establish there a great shlp-
'ping and industrial centre.
According  to  official  advices   from
^^^^^^      lifter his ar-
went to Uie Corona hotel,
standing on  the   path   in
ie place was found by Do-
itiglilin,   who    recognized
"��� from the description given lu a
l"1"' circular and arrested him
Uter l
then
Detective   Julie,   of   the   Newark
force
The following letter from Kusseli
Smitiier, in refutation of part of the
auditor's report, was read in the council Wednesday night.
Gentlemen���Before     Auditor    Cots-,    ���^^,��� ���   ���   	
woith's report is received, and per-. the head office in Toronto the planB
haps approved by your honorable for the railway yards along the water-
body, I beg leave to call your atten- front have been greatly extended. In-
tlon to an error which occurs on para- 'stead of utilizing u space only eight
graph 218. In dealing with the tax hundred feet wide for terminal pur-
sale for 1902, your auditor remarks: j poses that portion of the two thousand
"That the following tax sale transac- iacie townsite consisting of a flat will
tlons are yet more slgnlflcent of col- j be reserved for tracks and machine
luslon." And then my name Is men- i repair and oarbullding works. Tha
tloned as the purchaser of a lot for .flat In question u somewhat narrow
$10, in which it is stated the city lost]at the eastern limits of the townsite,
J'JO. Now the generally accepted | widening out to the extent of half a
meaning of the word "collusion" is; mile in the direction of the railway
���eventlve and curative measures.      \"** secret agreement to deceive." I will fridge.
The fact that dysentry has affected (low state the actual tacts ns to this This far-vlsioned policy has been
the three cities at the same time tax Rale transaction, leaving It to your I adopted with due appreciation of the
precludes the probability of the water | sense of justice as to whether I was  wants of the future.   Provision Is not
admitted  his identity  and
arraigned waived extradition.
',,Ih'   Tuite,   ofl
can e to Montreal and  Lawson
|��ui.c.| wi,,, hlm
Lu.so,, went t0 (lie Federal Trust
I With3'  j'   week  aRO  last  Thin sday
I J" ii voucher cheque for $4,886, ap-
���*��������� for the Eagle company's pay
''   At,<'r getting tbe money he dis
erne.!.   Detective Tu!t.
tppi
"ssiCTni to the
��� mi r	
���aided hint $2,886 of the missing
toe Louse
case
Fridav
who  was
was oalled  Into
bv Mrs. Lawsop,
I who i,
said  t BUm slle had found, she
Which i ""'  ,)0cket  of  an   old   c0ttt-
T " ����ng on a bedroom door.
ne money smelt of camphor and
8tiR���i" ,lul not> ��o Tulle became
,nl( "���">���� that Mrs. Uawson had not
c"e whole truth.   On Saturday o
ve ���f ,he
rehuu
a
th
letter ffotn Montreal!
missing map received
p.,    ,  ontreal.   Tulte went to
^'"'iiili.m city.
tecti.o nmCof��>ll, of the Newark de-
Ho.fi       ' called tn MiB- Lawson
"('' a time broke down and ad
"'itted
��/f
nionpi
thai
'irrod
Mu)r.
she had got a large sum
from her husband and had
��ver   to   her   sister,   Mis.
system or milk supply being at fault.
Tho suggestion that the prolonged
dry spell is responsible Is generally
accepted here.
MATERIALS  ARRIVE.
Powder, Wagons and   Scrapers  Reach
Langley for C. N. R.
Port Langley, Aug. 24.--(Special
correspondence.)���A large scow load
oi gunpowder, wagons, scrapers and
oilier Implements for the construction
work of t!/ C N. !!��� arrived here today and the contractor In charge Is
pitching camp and building sheds for
his operations right here.
Another camp of a similar nature ia
beijig constructed at Glen Valley Hill
anu what with numbers of motor
boats racing up and down stream nnd
tying up at the Langley wharf the
town Is presenting a busy appearance.
as the C. N. R. construction work is
being pushed forward as rapidly as
up-to-date appliances  can  perform  lt.
SHOULD   ST4NS   EXPENSE.
Financial News Says Governments
are Liable for Cable Experiments.
London, Aug. 25.- Discussing cable
Charges the Financial News says the
reduction movement In Its present
form originated in Canada, and has
many attractive polnjs put forward in
Its favor. The problem Is easy as in
the case of the Pacific cable, when
tho government stands behind willing
to meet nny loss, but Is far otherwise
in uny way guilty of ���'collusion." A j being made for tho nee 's of tomorrow
friend of mine who could not attend but for the conditions which will exist
the nale, asked me to buy In a lot or ! a decade hence following the complcs-
two, giving mo no Instructions what-j tion of the Panama canal, the develop-
ever as to what property It might bejment of Interprovinclal trade and the
and in perfect ignorance of frhat lot j expansion of commerce between the!
or lots 1  bought. i Dominion and  Australia, Central  and;
To oblige the friend I attended the ] South America ami the Orient. Wil-
nale (which had been sanctioned by a ' Hum Mackenzie und his associate,
supreme court judge), bought this lot Donald 1). Mann, aro credited with
with ray friend's money, and before i having made the optimistic assertion
leaving the city hall turned It over to J that at certain seasons of the vear the
the party for whom I had bought, and! mere handling of export grain from
who. as I state I before, Imd given me the prairie provinces, seeking an out-
no instructions as to what projetty t) let via the Pacific and thfl volume of
buy. That closed nny a.id all of my, lumber shipments bound east will tax
dealings as to said lot and I was In . the lesources of the three Canadian
Ignorance as to Its present ownership transcontinental railways,
until I read your auditor's report. I I Under the revised plan the business
must explain farther i/iat I caret on and Residential section of Port Mnnn I
Mr. Cotsworth ahout this matter! gtv-lwlll te shifted back   to   the   sloping j
lng him the true facts of the case ns
hillside,  extending  southward    in    a
...*-  - - - - -        .   . _��� _��������� i,nn   .eries of terraces.   Along the two-ml'e
I have placed them before >ou    hon   Be     s oi reserved for
orrile body.   But I am sorry _to sa   . wn ��. fton     lies
that   be   gave   me   no   Ba^stacti��n | wiwr e      F      0,.|es    Stirvoyors   are
rather glving me, to underjtud <^j  ^Vwork locating the boundaries
,���>��� name must go, on   end wan preliminary to
SS^^fSW^^   "n^ffietbe 8,")dlV,Sl0n ��f tUe blS
tSS circumstances I appeal to you.area into lots.
gentlemen, in all   fairness,   to   have
my name "expunge I from his report
RUSSELL SMITHBR,
'     1910.
tYmio.  Subsidy   Railway,
*o. to
Au. . 25.���Penticton
��" tho       	
��avJvl��.,lhr K*ttle RlTer valley rail
Wth a .2J*V-     The bylaw  passed
��� l��U�� majority.
Wus tn .1"��  hy,aw  t0   *,v��   *25-000
...    l0 'he Ketti,   -���
to meet nny ioss, m.i ... ....
when outsiders suggest n risk to pi-
vale capital deriving a modest but
precarious return utitver existing conditions.
If tbe various governments wish to
experiment with lower rates on the
Atlantic tbey should offer a guarantee
against loss during the experimental
period.
New Westminster,  August  22
The  letter will  bo  considered
at  a
Tho work of lavlng out tbe ��ards
Pts been entrus'ed to W. O. Swin,
division engineer, wbo will act undo?
tie direction of T. If. White cMef
engince".   Mr. Swan's staff 1ms nearly
After his Jaunt to Stave lake on
Monday and the excitement which
prevailed during the visit of the Premier of Canada to the city Wednesday
afternoon, the council surprised ItBolf
Wednesday night by doing a flrst class
night's business. Por the flrst time
in a month there was a full meeting
of the board. Alderman Jardine had
returned from his Dawson trip and
everyone else was on tiand, Including
a fair sprinkling of ratepayers and
one or two others ln whose memories
recollections of Auditor Cotsworth's
report still lingered.
It was not generally known that Mr.
Cotsworth would present another report, and as there wiib no mention
made of him ln the earlier parts of
tlie meeting the crowd evidently
thought that he was not on tbe program and left. Uut they missed something, for the auditor was there again
with liis hands full of papers and his
general disposition very benevolent.
The latest report was mostly composed of advice on the conduct of civic
affairs. He strongly urged the necessity for adopting a better system at
the council meetings whereby so
much time would not be wasted fn the
hearing and discussion of trivial matters, lie suggested additions to the
staff in the city clerk's and city treasurer's ofiice and wound up with a final
reply to the letters which had been
written in reference to his report.
In the course of his remarks lie
stated that he bad found occasion to
amend the statement he had ma'e iu
the early report concerning Alderman Jardine.
Alderman   Jardine   rose   to   remark
that he had considered the statement
in the report as a reflection on his integrity.   Auditor Cotsworth remarked
that it touched him In a way, but was
more  of  an  Incident  to  his  position |
than us a result of any actions on liis
part.    He admitted that it  was more I
the fault of the system than of any of
the aldermen that such  things coull
happen, and  remarked  that   he   had
amended  the part  referring to Alderman Jardine, :is he had found nut that
he had been wrongly Informed on the
subject.
During the course of tlie auditor's
remarks there was no bitterness or ill
feeling apparent, and at the close of
the address Mayor Lee thanke i him
for his work and wished hlm a safe
journey to Kngland.
The following is the final Installment of Auditor Cotsworth's leport
which was read to the council Wednesday night.
To the Mayor, Aldermen and Citizens
of New Westminster, B. C:
281.   The failure   or   either   Aldermen Gilley, Carter-Smith or Welsh, to
attend,  aad  thereby  form  the necessary quorum   to transact   the   city's
business at the open meeting of the
council duly culled for the discussion
of these Important matters today has,
I submit, unfairly caused me futher
dsby, loss and extra work by preventing  me  to  resell  the   next   Atlantic
Kuipress  by  which  time  could   have
been  ssred   to   expedite   my   return
fiom Kngland to complete the needed
reorganization     of     your     accounts,
books und records before the end of
the year  t.) enable the olf.clals to begin tho next financial year systematically and up-to-date, hence It ls now
neceSBary for me to record the following before I leave, though these points
would  have  heen much  better  understood bad 1 been allowed to speak of
them directly to the council.
Assistance   Needed   In    City    Clerk's
Office.
2X2.    Both  at  the  last   meeting   of
the council aud tho subsequent meeting  with  the   finance   committee,   I
spoke   of   the    Important    relief    that
I could be given to the whole civic administration   for  the  benefit   of  your
I city, by the employment of an   inexpensive    assistant    city    clerk,    who
| should be encouraged to become tbor-,
oughly acquainted with all the city's
[valuable   records   and   be   specially j
trained i-i municipal and general law
to succeed to the Important duties of
your city clerk, whose advancing age!
(now nearly sUtyfour years old) ren-j
ders. that preparatory training   of   a
successor highly necessary. '
28;!.   Instead of employing the   additional stenographer already suggest-1
ed, you could to far greater advantage '
engage one of the best  legally  training young men for say $75 per month,
advancing  by   .10.  per   month   each |
,       .v...   -,.������.,    fvr.owrllinsr   ~a*.
The adjourned meermg of the board
of trade last night proved to be a busy
Bession. There were not a great many
members present, hut they settled
down to business and the meeting got
through earlier than lt has dune for
months.
Secretary Wade reported on the display at the Vancouver exhibition. He
stated that it bad been very highly
commended and although not entered
for competition bad been awarded a
special diploma for merit. All the
literature lie had taken over, thinking
that it would last for a week, had
been given out on the lirst day, but
he had secured some more and had
partially satisfied the demand. He
recommended that the board of trade
should establish a permanent exhibit
here in the board of trade room, so
that visitors to the city could "be given
some tangible and trustworthy idea of
the resources and possibilities of the
country. This suggestion was received with favor by the board, but
no action was taken.
W.  R.    Gilley    remarked    that    he
thought the time had come for    the
board of trade lo seek  new  quarters
as   the  present   room   was   becoming
altogether too  noisy  for  the  satisfactory   transaction  of  business.     When
the cars go by it is scarcely possible
to hear what is being said.    He suggested that the hoard    establish    a
fund and put up a building for its own
use ou some quiet street.    This suggestion was received with favor, hut
no action was taken.
.     Kev. J. S. Henderson stated that he
[had listened with peculiar pleasure to
Ithe address which had been presented
to Sir Wilfrid  Laurier on We'd::.sday.
He thought that it had been ln pei Ret
I taste and he did uot see how it could
the improved upon.    He did not know
| whether the board should pass a roso-
llutlon  congratulating  itself    or    not,
but he thought it was a good address.
Alderman  Gilley  moved    that    the
board he exonerated from all  blame
In ihe matter and the meeting let It
go at that.
Dr. Holmes stated that he had been
doing some work, but like parts of
Auditor Cotsworth's findings, th-.' less
said about it tlie belter.
President Lusby stated that the
committee appointed to look into the
high wire question had made some
Inquiries and asked for further time.
He stated that he was trying to arrange a meeting of the parties interested at which Harbor Master B. W.
Shiles would he present.
It was reported that at a recent accident on Columhla street difficulty
had been experienced In getting the
city ambulance and the municipal
committee was authorized to find tho
conditions governing the sending of
the ambulance in case of emergency
calls.
Several other matters of minor importance were discussed at tho meeting.
RAILWAY COMMISSION
WILL ADJUST TROUBLES
Board Meets in Vancouver on September 5 and Great Northern Matters
Will Be Discussed.
The  letter will  he' OOBBwenw  ���    j |     p   , t'"��� t���e t;lklnii of .0nr,dln<,s for
special meeting o   the council, wiucn ^ ^ ^^
will discuss the auditoi s report
In speaking afterwards. Mr. Co's-
worth stated to the council that If the
facts were ascertained to be as Mr.
Snilther stated then his name should
be deleted from the report,*but lt was
a matter of inquiry and decision by
the city council.
the Initial wharf to be located about
a mile a-vl a b'lf abo-e the railway
bridge. The piling ls beln . orde-e:'
this week. The wharf wlll b�� 1000
feet long.
OraAlnr nnd clearing of right of
wiiv between Po>t Mnnn and Ghilll-
wncic. n distance of sixty-six miles, t��
now ln progress. A return received
today bv tbe cMef engineer shows
th��t M0 rren are employed by the
vnrloue Bib-contrsctorg !���> the eight
eonntrijcUnti  csvni.a e��'��b'lshed alo��e
A   O   H. Day Dies in Winnipeg.
Winnipeg. Aug. 25.-A. O. H. Day.
���      ���*    i*��    InanrailCO.     MUSIC     W i��-���������������������� .srvw- -    ��� -��������    -*    -���vf-ri **
ffilltK "**   0TW   the itb.TOtte through the Fraser river ral-
west, died tofsy.. _ ,_     **. * ��� ���     ��� ���
year, to do the eTtra typewriting ve- j
quired,   whilst   becoming   efficient   to'
take shorthand notes of council meetings, deputations and other   proceedings  which  back  ret'rences   are   becoming Increasingly needed.
Pe should be selected from a family
whose Ideals of rectitude and regard
for public welfare have been impress-1
ed upon hlm all through earlv llfi\      I
His chief duties should be to obtain
a complete knowledge of his future
full legal duties as city cleik, get all
tho minutes and documents properly
numbered and Indexed to Insure direct access to everything the mayor
��r council seed at tny tire, but abcjve
all to be able after mctnre t'atatog
(Owttlaued oa ***** Fnr.)
Tlte     Gieat       Northern       railway
troubles on  the south    side    of    the
liver will probably be settled once and
for all at a sitting of the railway commission  iu  the city of Vancouver on
September 5.   C. W. Piper, of Vancouver, has sent in a complaint that the-
service on  the local    trains    of    the
Great Northern is    not    fast enough,
one reason for the delay of some of
the trains being tbat tbey are obliged
to run into the market at New Westminster, a run which consumes sometimes as much as forty minutes valuable time.
As a consequence oT hts protest the
rnllwny eomnany has abandoned (lie
service for the time being, but the
��� ailway loniniissioners will decide
whether t'>e service will be resumed
or not. The contention of the residents of New Westminster ls that the
majority of the passengers on the
trains affected ure bound for the market and so should be given tlrst consideration in any proposed changes' in
the tine tab'e.
The board of trade of New Westminster will be represented at tho
meeting by President Lusby a'ld J. R.
Duncan, chairman of the transportation committee. Surrey will also be
represented and the Great Northern
officials and the Vancouver objectors-
wlll make up the meeting.
For some time past now there has
been a lull In the storm of complaints
which poured ln from Surrey and a
few months ago, tbe farmers ot the
south side of the river waiting patient'
ly for Uie ireettag of tbe commtesioa-
eis w.e�� tVe wbole Hatter will to
tbreske4 oet.   . ... ���   ���
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IHE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY
august
Gassified Advertisements  REAL   ESTATE
^^^^^   WANTED.
WANTED���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR
a few hours daily, bj English lady.
Applj Mrs. V Ixey, 320 Columbia
8tie, i.
WANTED���TWO OK  THREE FURN-
isno i :i oms for ligni t ���>���:. eiscej mg.
Aj i Ij  Bos '.', I this offi< e.
CARPENTER WANTS WORK BY
U::y or contract. Apply Box 19, Daily
Nc
JH'.'L! ..i;s WANTED,
can Boiler Works.
APPLY    VL'L-
HOtl.ll AX1J BOARD WANTED BY
young  man, above Fourth    avenue,
, .dose to Sixth street, Terms must
he moderate, Reply to 20, News
office.
WANTED���DINING      ROOM      GIRL.
Apply Iving's hotel.
GENTLEMAN      AND      DAUGHTER
iviuii  :i  two or    11 ii co    room    suite
suitable   for    light    housekeeping. 	
Pbone   73,  .lames   W.   Conner,   care   ACRE
Lees' Limited.
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
Over Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
WE Have the following choice properties, mostly on or mar B. C. Electric Railway, an i all bul lasl two i
list within comparatively Bhort distance of Canadian Northern terminus, opposite .New Westminster
city.
TWO and a h.-,IF acres on B. C. Elec-
tric car line, near Scotl ro id, South
Westn Inster. Price, $2,000; $800
cash;   6,  12, and   18  months, at   7
]���!���': cent.
BLOCK   of   17   lots,   132x56,   half  mile
from tram line, Smith Westminster.
A bargain al only $1,500; $500 casli
6 and  L2  tn< nl hs, at  7 per eent.
TWO five acre lots across road from
Kennedy Station, ll. c. Electric Ry.
Si otl Road. Price $300 per acre, _
cash, 6 and 12 months, at 7 per eent.
LSPtRANTO HANKS
MAY BE DISRUPTED
IS BELGIUM LIABLE
FOR BRITISH LOSS?
APPRENT
ICES
WA.Vl'l-
ID,
APPLY
Mo ire's
millinery parlo
i'S,       1
ipposite
pi   ��� office.
WAN! ED
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WORK
INC.
MAN,
roo ������ an
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Id Two
Ifth s
.     lie;
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., New s
office.
IVAN! ED���TO  RE.N i   FOR  WINTER
Ai< nths.     live     or
fin nished ho    e. e    to
b    .  i              .       and availi 'i'i    bj
���   tpmber   :.    Reply, slating     rice
and   |   rtli ilai s,   to   i ��� . -     .-   .-..
off! e,
WANTED���1 IGHT   HOUSE]        :
.   .  .     -      Idren; I    city
���or re :r \ iii nail furn
house,   Addi   ss Box A., 1 lally N iws.
and one-tenth In Burnaby, on
North Arm Road, near Geo. Mead's
new i esidence, jusi outside city limits, Corners on tramway cut off under construction. Price $3,000;
$1,0 0 i h, 6 12 and is mont!;... il
7 per cent.
NEW   Modern    residence,   beautifully
ti I,   embo   ered   in   shade  an I
ll   trees,   near   Porl    Han
C.   P,    R,    station,     Price   $5500
���   500 cash, balance to arrange at 7
I er   eent.
New Westminster,  B. C.      Phone 335
WANT
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WANTED���A NIGHT WATCHMAN;
fourth class engineering papers require !. Apply i lie Wes d inster Mil]
Co., Lulu Island.
WANTED���A SMART YOUNG Woman. Apply Royal City Dye Works,
345 Columbia sireet.
TJiE 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 sect'on
20, block 5 north, range 2 wes-.
containing" one and one-sixth acn.-.
Price $1500; one-third cash, balance six, twelve and eighteen
months  al    7    per  cent,    imcrcst.;
(205-A.)
WA .  TED ��� II O l'
rooms for married
Box A.A., this office
S E !���: E E PINO
couple.    Apply
FIFTY  ACRES   in   township  9,  front-.
ing on Clover Valley road, and close
to two railroads.   Price $00 per acr".
      Terms over live years. (206-A.)
A   LARGE UNFURNISHED    SUNNY	
room, walking distance, with phone  SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
in bouse,    wanted    by    gentleman, j    8, prairie land.   Price $125 per acre;
one   and
(204-A.) j
price
P. O. Box 85
one third    e
two years.
ish,    balance
WANTED���A CARPENTER. WALSH
Sn.sh & Door factory.
WANTED���COUPLE, NO FAMILY,
desire house to rent; <i or 7 rooms.
unfurnished; West End preferred.
Entry by September 1, Reply to
Box  B, News office.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenui?.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���FOLK SPIT PUPPIES,
Lytton hotel dining room.
FOR SALE���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
on Westminster road; about 180
feet to another toad i r $700; quarter cash. Herbert Guy, Windsor
hotel,   after   H   o'clock.
THIRTY  ACRES  in  section  36, block :
5 north, range 1 west, twenty acres!
cleared, with new house and burn;'
good water.    Price $270 ier   acre.
Terms     over     eighteen     months.'
(175-A.)!
SURREY
160 ACRES  on  the Scott road within i
six    miles    of    .New  Westminster.
Price $85  per acre;  one-third  casli,'
balance  six,  twelve    and    eighteen I
months.    Investigate this.    (208-A.) I
80 ACRES In section 25, township 2,1
$150 per ac:e; $4200 cash, balance j
over two years. (141-A.) i
10  ACRES   in   northwest    quarter    of;
section 19, township    2.    $200    perl
acre: one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per    cent,    in-1
terest. (201-A.) I
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT WITH
board, in private family, on Fifth
avenue, mar Vaucouver ear line.
Apply  Box C. C. C, Daily News.
FIVE ACRES  in  section  18, township i-
S, on Newton road.    $150 per acre, j
Terms over two years. (01-A.) !
FURNISHED RED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 713 Trew street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia Btreel and Clarkson.
KOOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at ^33 8th St.
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head  Office        .        451  Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office      -     -      Kamloops, B.C.
W. S. ROSE
TO     KENT --  FURNISHED
rooms.    70S  Third   avenue.
after 6 p. m. or between 9 a. m. and | Merchants Bank Building.    Phone 655.
5 p.  m. at Room  14, ii^3 Columbia
BED-
Apply
street.
PRIVATE HOARDING HOUSE���
first class board. Newly furnished
rooms. All borne cooking. Terms
very reasonable, al 513 Agnes Btreet.
TO KENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
���business section. Apply 120 Tenth
Bin ct.
FIFTY-SEVEN acres on the Yale road
In section 26; price $125 per acre;
one-third cash, balance one and two
years.
Va section
price $100
TO   RENT.
FOR  RENT���A  five-room house with
out buildings;   double lot;  good lo
.cation;   near   Vancouver   tram
FORTY acres on the S. W.
35 on the Johnson road;
per acre. ^^^^^^^^
THIF.'TY acres on the Coast Meridian
road; price $L,n per acre; one-quarter cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen mont lis.
FIVE acres in section 25, block 5, R. 2
\\V.   price  $000 per acre:   one-third
"Was;  End.   Possession Sept. l.
ply to Home. Daily News ofiice.
Ap-
nl
cash,     balance
months.
six     and     twelve
MOTOR LAUNCH FOR HIRE,
Phone 335, or at boat, Eighth street
slip.
TO LET���THp BASEMENT AND
Store in the K. P. block; suitable
for stole rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester.
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street, City.
LOST.
LOST��� LADIES' SILVF.R WATCH
with gold chain, between train office nnd Third streel. Suitahle reward for returning same fo Dally
News ofllce.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building,    Phone 655.
NOTICE
TRAFFIC
REGULATING     VEHICLE
ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
All persons using Columbia street
for vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the left, hand side
of the car track while proceeding in
cither direction.
By order,
���I. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
City Hall,  August  12.  1010.
Cedar lumber for sale cheap.    We |
| have on  hand    a small    quantity    of
' rough cedar, one Inch, one and   n half
GREEN PAINTED   PETER-  inch, and two Inches thick.   .lust right
n old seow.   Owner for drainage  work.    We  will  give a
by   paying   for   ad-  great bargain on this lumber.    Walsh
News office.      Sash and Door factory. Phono 413. **
FOUND.
FOUND
fooro canoe nnd
can   have  same
steitlsement at Daily
Have your kitchen appointments beautiful as well a5
useful. It makes the housework easier and pleasanter.
This Chancellor Range
would be an ornament to tlie
most richly furnished home
in tlie country.
��� And there is jnst as much
satisfaction as there is beaut.,
in it.
Espermitists   in   Canada   .ind    United
States   Claim   They   Are   Kept   In
the Dm-k.
.shington, Aug. 25.��� Whi Cer or
nol there Is to be an Insurgent out-
in eak in the ranks of the ISspe  -  to
sociation of North America which
will cast a pall ovi the succi of the
nternati inal congrei ;>; se sion lit re,
will  be determined this week.
Tho grievance of the Esperantists
of the United States und Canada is
that their organization Is practically
a family affair. General Seen ar;
Reid, of the North American association, who Is also secretary of tho congress, with his wife, who was Dr, Ivj
Kellerman, of Columbus, < Ihio
tute the majorltj of tlie
committee wliich is the
powe
Move is Made to Fix Responsibility   for    Fire��� Court
'Proceedings Begun.
is a perfect baker. Thc divided flue spreads the heat
evenly over the whole oven.
It has broiler top, aidi-door
guard, oven thermometer���-
if wanted,���patent grates and
best of all
The Oxford
<5 Economizer
saves you 20", of your coal.
There's no other range design
in the country which combines so much good taste
with so much good sense and
good service.
Let us show you this Chancellor, for your own satisfaction. Wc have a complete
line of Gurney-Oxford Stoves
for all purposes and all kinds
of fuel ��n display all the time.
It will give us pleasure to
show them to you.     OJ
s*
T. J. Trapp & Co.
681 Colum fcia Sf.
���	
constf-
exec
^^^^^^^^^^^ eeiiirollin.
of the  American   Esperantists,
Tl:,- third uiembi r   of   the   ���   i
committee is  Prof. Shillman, of   the
Depatii.n nl of Agrlculline
i: 11  ;.:.; lata  ol   t lie   l nite I   ��
and Canada are up in arms hee -. .-
i hi .-. are In the d  i;-. ..   to ��   i
lug on in tin lr affn
The;   s ij   i lial   t hi j   do  not   know
niieiiu r or no
.   , . nor whal
revet
tbal   go  in  tin   ���   >������
Pro!   Shillman, It li
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lined    Up   With    till
II
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bei
grievanci ���   minute tin
In the North   ' i ���
Tl e twelve    roups thai   i    ke   up
the    Not i i     '.. .e .    n     u lei j   i od ij
elected c   mi llloi      These < mni
are to the t       itive commit tee.
Whether or not   the  Insurgents   will
Brussels A ig. 25. Greal Britain
baa Initlati d measures to (Ix Belgium's liability tor the loi ses In the
i real expo Itlon Are of Sunda) nlghl
As a preliminary t lie British legal i m
has sm gestod  thai   the governments
appoint :i i oini boat d of ex] ei ts to aj -
i ot tlon the rt Bponsibllity.
Interesting and Impoitant questions
lot law are likely to be raisi t. li is
said tli.it Greal Britain will Bue Belgium for whatever the British less
amountB to nol covered by Insurance
Me mwhlle  the  Bi ltish  commit. lon
hns eiied the Belgium commission to
appi ar In court with a \ h w to ti I
the ri   pon Ibillty, while thi   Delj I i n
'commission has cited the building con-
i       mrs,
i i o Journal de Bruxellea quotei  ���
ter   Beernaei t   a     sayln
1 there is no valid  claim   against   I .
i   ernment or oxl       lon i      pany.
Invciticj ltinfj    Fire.
Tin    lielglum  autliot    e    uavi
i      I three experts to i
' I ���   I ��� uittce
i deb        ��� dli     ��� :
'! ���   ��� ��� ...
���   .     dent.
M. Jean Dupj   rI ���   '���'..���
of comn erce, I
II      French   lossi ll    I
; thai  the Brl
I nn for the des     clion
be pi t $ 14,-
i    i.i	
There is consldi rab!e b; i cul: I lon as
to t he loi ses of tin   y at loti
;   ��� i        The   Belgium  co
did  nol   issue large  policies and their
ater.
Mineral Wa
Aerated Waters
a
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*** bi a
NEW   VV
Telephone   n
B.C.
be aide to defeat the Heel Candida e    l��sses will not exceed $800,000,    T
i e  seen.    The  eleel ona
closi ly   but   quietly   i in
remains  to
v.,; e   lieini	
ii   ted,
The American universal langu ij e
advocates who are dissatisfied with
the present executive committee control have been working quietly to
| remedy their grievances. All are
loath to come out openly at tills time.
believing that a family row among
the American brethren would hurt
the American association delegates' |?.cu,u'|'.e committei
represi utatives,
This afternoon tlie delegates attended the "Basebalo" between Washington iind Cleveland. The "Decanto"
or umpire for the accommodation of
the foreigners, who do not understand
English, called "frapumo" for "strike" j
and
foreign companies were hit harder.
The KermeBse waa Insured In an English company, but the amounl of the
policy Is nol stated. The Belj lum
ewelry Bectlon contained a quantity
nf uncut diamonds belonging to the
De Beera company. These have nil
heen found intact in the sale in which
they were kept.
Mr. W'intour. the commissioner .'
the British section, Informed the ex-
,. i ecutl .o committee <>f the exhibit I m
that the members ol tbe Hritish committee win hold a meeting Bhortlj
ami discuss tlie possibility of rebuilding the Hritish Bectlon.
VIENNA      JUBILEE      STAMPS.
used    Esperanto
he
^_^_^_^_^_m       whenever    ne  Chance for Collectors, ns Only a  Pew
could remember the terms that lm had *****"
been  practicing  tor Beveral  days.    A
baseball  book, explaining   the   great
American game, written in Esperanto
was furnished tlie delegates.
GIVEN     WRONG     MEDICINE.
T   H
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
E DAILY        N   E
W  3
New York. Aug. 26.���Two persona
lost their lives during tbe past twenty-four hours as a result of mistakes
made by New York drug clerks in tilling prescriptions, according to the reports handed to the police by the
court's officers. In one case a tea-
spoonful of carbolic acid was administered to a two-year-old baby because
the drug clerk had put the acid Into a
laxative prescription by mistake. The
baby was instantly seized with convulsions and died in a few minutes. Man-
uello Carnello, a clgarmaker, procured
some medicine on a prescription at a
drug store near his home, took a small
dose for the purpose of curing indigestion, and died fifteen minutes later.
Mjllions Will Be Issued
London, Aug. 25.���Phllatells s,
whose hobby la becoming more fash
lonable in England since King Qeorge
is an ardent v.,inr> of stamp collecting, rejoice In the prospect of adding
t-i their albums the special Austrian
stumps which will I"- issued this
montli to commemorate the Emperor
Francis Joseph's eightieth birthday,
They will differ little from the current issues, but the Jubilee numbers,
1830-1910,  will  be a  conspicuous  tea,
,ture on them
The   new   stamps   will   only   he    on
|sale for a few days and tlieir validity
I Is rest ricled to the present year. Of
the common five and ten heller varieties 7,000,000 and 7.800,000 respectively will be printed, of the twenty-
'five-heller 780,000 and of another half
a dozen values 100,000 each. Of the
rarer two and (ive crown stamps there
i will be 17,000 each.
The issue of the highest  value, ten
; crowns, is limited to 11,000.
ALWAYS
you di pi ��� jr for
safely In Thi       ak of 1
It wiil be     ti
tt, and read r whei      .      Ill
and ll I-
All The Time
earning for you three p^r cent.
interest. Sn all nr large sums
may be deposited at any time
80
In
BRANCHES
anj
Ontario,    -
West.
tbe
CAPITAL
REST    ...
$4,000,000
. 4,750,000
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.  C,
BRANCH
J. Oracey, illyr,
Mann Grove Park
The cheapest and best located
property in the vicinity of
PORT MANN
Mann Grove Park overlooks New Westminster
City and the entire scene of activity in and about
Port Mann.
Mann Grove Park one-fifth acre blocks are cheaper
than adjoining property was sold for a year ago,
before anything definite regarding Port Mann was
known.
Mann Grove Park is a very limited tract,���never
again will land within a great distance of it be offered
at anything like these prices.
One-fifth Acres, Right Close to B. C. Electric
$200.00 for Inside, and $225.00 for Corners
REFUSED TO TAKE VACATION.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
Ut
NEW STEAMERS
Mcn'real to Liverpool
Cashier Was Therefore Suspected and
Arrested on Theft Charge.
New York, Aug. ;;r>.���Because
Qeorge Wezzel, cashier for a dry. nods
linn, would not take a vacation when
offered hlm by his employer recently,
lie is under arrest hcrf charged with
stealing $16,000 of the company's
money.
When the vacation was offered hlm
lie declared that his fondness for
work would not let hlm think for a
moment of going away. His excuse
aroused the suspicions of officers of
the firm, and an examination of his
hooks was made, which showed, It is
alleged, a shortage ol over $16,000
within a year.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street Phone 466
Robbed Poor Box In Church.
Quebec, Au. . 26.���On Sunday last,
il was discovered that tho poor box
of the English Cathedral had been
robbed of its contents, which must
have been considerable, as ll had not
been emptied for over a month. The
thief practiced an ingenious manner
of abstracting the many odd i leces deposited In the box by visitors, who
are numerous at this time of tlie year,
by splitting the lock and putting it
together again, so that whether the
robbery took place recently, or from
day to day, is nol known, but it Is certain that he must have made off with
a goodly sum.
ton*.
S.S. LAURENT���
Triple   screw,   14,y
S.S. MEGAN i.w.
Twin    screw,    Tt.voo   tons.
largest   arid   most   modern.
commodation equa
Ing ths Atlantic.
Tha
       Ac-
to any croit-
For Rates and Tickets Apply ���'
E. GOULET,
C. P. R- Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.   GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Ki"'15'
39 Alexander St.
Uo you  want to  Increase
husiness ?   Then see
s
A UN D E R
FOR
I G N
s
Bl_im .of every
(llass signs a
description,
specialty.
324 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to
j|l\,VJl    VM��    **  J
Your  Chickens bay.
Central Meat
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and Fifth
PHONE 370.
Pint*-''
|N<>
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINT
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The  Arrow PJ*sS
Mri. E. M. Dom- /-
near The Daily News Co.,
Streel
Try  a  "WANT"
It will bring results. FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
. fppwtri rr    page three.
nk of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817
CAPITAL
,,-oii. liout
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
Canada
London.
and
Eng-
Branches tli
���flS ySfc (Si ana Spokane.
jfi   and Mexico City.    A general
wne   business    transacted.    Let-
DK , rredil Ibbuoh.   available   with
Respondents In    all    parts of    .he
ravings Bank Dspartment��� Deposits
I Ived i�� K,m:s oI $1 "ucl ll',wald'
r��/infprest allowel at 3 per cent, per
K'rUseat rate).	
fcnnum IP1
Tot iii  A-Sr
'tS
over   $180,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O, D, BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
[Transfer Co.
t,fflc8  i'u��u8 1��.     Bam "Stall 1��
Columbia Street-
MS*'-*'   delivered   promotlr   to
toy part of the olt��.
and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DSpPOT.
Sent J)n Approval A.
To Rbsponsib .5 PEOPU.    * ', l
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
rT-    >
l::^
&j RED GEM h
JMgS^;/i E6�� lr*K Pencil '
Gardiner & Gardiner
I F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
(;   Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
I Phone 661 Residence   Phone  133
Room
p, 0. Bex 395
Phone 730
'ill  Jl
rphy & Craig
Heating  and  Plumbing
bblng   Promptly   Attended
To
Colonial   Block
j FRANK H. D0DMAN
Coach and  Automobile   Painter.
Lettering and  Top  Repairing
1014   Sixth   A\enue.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watciea Tor Latii.-s from 112/5
|��P
Sliver Watches, gents' open face
| |6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' oppn case,
| $7.50 up.
A."nt for Walthnm ancl Klgtn
IKTalcli s.
Wati h     ���: alrlnp a specialty.
F. CRAKE
I Two TinoiB from Geo. Adams' Grocery
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
to :
and
H.  P.
Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Tenth
v_
Phone
Bt.,   New
53.
Westminster.
E
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver  Landings
The New Sternwheeler
S.  PAYSTREAK
Brackman-Ker Milling Cons-
iarf, New Wesl minster, wltb
s ind freight  a3 follows:
Xew Westminster Tuesday
and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Fil
Leavea
pany'g w
faseenge
Leaves
Thins,!;,;,
Uavea Chilliwack  Wednesday
p- and Sunday at 7 a. m.
Flrst Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
Westminster
GARAGE
AH
Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
arnarvon and  Sixth  St.  New
Westminster IL C,
JON .
DOBSON,
Phone :ir>4.
Manager.
Your Choice of
_m
Th��sa
Two
Popular
Articles
lor only
Bi l..���
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m
m
Poal
paid
la an,
adjress
Si
_UuHraliun�� are Exaut au*
lively poii Ku:ir;mlcml
nill lt Kt w.iui Ot>ta�������iui
���u ny|u ha��d ui.y bet��j.l
��u   ������>., r   ��u/r   ��hi��aju4
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Haa l>-.iui^Ja,r wBe*sms_ 1
am. m. i tefcirwl, *iBuJs__
��lsm ��r wjuriiv.d  eUHl
aa laoitrrtX
T .i ri
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Bf tl. , I- .',   ���,
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oeee (er tamar. ,,.. , ,m. \
��� ��.����� 111 My ���it,.r :������, .
.aV,.:. ,:.,*.'.m,���, ||] ,-,,
a?aca ..!,.. It am.l ive ��.;
i�� (I It Iur It.
MONEY IS WANTED     I
TO MOVE THE CROPS
Canadian Bankers Now Call-
ins in Short Loans-Note
Circulation Increases.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ed Oats
Ottawa, Aug.
a demand for
crops of 1910,
24.���In
money   to
the banks
are grown ln the finest Oats district
in Canada.   They're not fibrous or
'stringy " ��� they cook  easier and
anticipation of l taste better.
move   the
have   beon
M , *~t
\  ,,.... ~n*
ssmflat* I-.
be   Mrne'i
i rmr feme., De.| j
.  Ink   PeVieD,
mt ti iniepli   ie
��*** ft!
,M*e !''E
pe.l>*t e    .....vf u. ..t   .
ee��    eet!e   ,.i   H,,l . M |,
Bom     I ID ring)    tm-A.
**M, Mielml vulreilreli
roe.     Uin   r.,n,   llnUI,.      Kale
ntrrmnm t..r twx     Area
weer.H     ��,l   . fur .  -lot.    Wnt
������"  " I"' ) ru foriiH. '    AJ'lio'
* Laughlin Mfg. Co.*g
ftUjtStio eidg..
Detroit, wi.h
WALSH SASH
& DOOR  CO.
W. B. Walsh      W. K. Walsh. Jr.
Factory, 226 14th St.
New  Westminster,   B.C.
Phone 413.
We
iors.
make a
steamed
specialty
and   kiln
of  ftr
dried.
(���ailing in their shori loans. The official hank statement tor July bIiowb
lliat loans of this character have been
reduced during the month by nearly
$3^,000.000, the bulk of reduction be-j
ing In call and short loans made by
Canadian hanks in the l'nited States.
In Canada theta loans have been re-
duced by $1,517,702, In ths Unite I
Statu by $27,737,805
On iha other band, oun ent loans.
raprtMBttng the hanks' accommodation for business purposes Increased
durlag tho month ot July by i'i,H'>2.-
410. Another Indication that the induction in call loans was effected foi
the purpose mentioned and In no waj
an evidence of restriction In commer.
cial activity is the fact that during
July the maximum note circulation Increased by nearly $2,500,000.
The ntmn shows, however, that
current deposits in Canada decreased
during the month by $11,779,017 and
Bimllar deposits In branches of Canadian hanks abroad by $10,000,000.
On the other hand, savings deposit?
in Hie hanks In Can ida Increased by
$3.952 317, standing at $538,384,37] on
July 31. On June .'10 the people's savings In the government hanks amounted to $534,532,054, a total of $591,843,-
303.
A comparison of the July statement
with the statement for July, 1H00,
shows that savings deposits in the
chattered hanks Incrased by over $90,-
000.000 during the year; that the demand or current deposits increased by
$29,000,000, the hank note circulation
by $10,250,000, and the dominion
notes  circulations hy  $10.01)0,000.
Big 35c. Sack
If the initials B&K are not
printed in red on the sack, refuse
them. Buy to-day from your Grocer.
Most Economical.   aoQ    No Hulls.
209
IOARD   of   trade���new west
minster Hoard of Trade tueels in the
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting oa the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and Novemti sr, at �� p.m. Annunl
meetings on tlie third Thursday or
February. New members may b��
proposed nnd elected tit any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PIIKSS FOU EVEHY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
lekf lt)dg*ri; Cowls Carbon Papers.
Phous IS, P. O. Box 142- Old
Dally  News Block, Sixtli street.
 JJ_**W********BBK*Sg_.��� g	
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. U
Martin, Una. Bac., 811 Dublin St.,
Phone LGli.
MAKING GOOD PROGRESS
IN TKANSCONTINAL
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
:;:.':', Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$la weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
Long     Stretch     Between     Weyrr.onta
chene  and   St.  Lawrence   River
Is    Completed.
VICTOR   A.   JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6, Guichon Building.
Phone  681
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Toronto. Aug. 24.���An Ottawa de
Bpatch to the Globe says "This fall
the Grand Trunk Pacific wlll be operating a two-hundred and fifty-mile
stretch ot new transcontinental road
hetween Weymontachene and the St.
Lawrence rivar. The section is prac-
Ij.alljf completed and already tlle con-
���racters. MacDoaell and O'Brien, ate
carrying passengers and collecting
lares. Tiie road will sooa he turned
over to tlie Grand Trunk Pacific and
a regular train service put ou. Pas
H Bentar traffic v;i.l be limited, but it Is
axpeeted tbat a lar. w Height busiuess
will be done in lumber.
"Within   the   next   two   or   three
months the  National  Traucontineatal
Commissioners will invite tenders foi
Ithe construction of car ferries  which
j will enable traffic to be cairied across
ithe St. Lawrence river until thp Quebec bridge Is built.   The Grand Trunk
Pacific  has  been  asked  to  state  tbe
number   of   cars   it   Is   desirable   the
ferries should be able to carry. There
are car ferries now operating with a
capacity of thirty-eight    ears.    It    is
expected that the new ferries at least
will  he as  large as these.    The line
6YNOPSI8 OF CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available DawluiOQ Lauds wuu
In the railway b.k in British CwIuh
lia, may t . li��nest��aUu4 Viy auy p��r
>-uu wuo Ig tli.> sui* Oeail ut a taaiUj
or auy B.ala over lit yean of ass, 10
the * 1 u-.it of onv-quarter bection ot
It* aorws, more er leas.
Entry must be mads personally at
th.- local laud offlce fer Mie districi
In wkich tbe laud ig situate. h.��trj
by piexy may, however, b. mad* 01
���urtaig couditious By th* tatker
metber. sen. daugkter, kretber or ats
ter of au iuteuding homesteader.
Tke kemestead-.-i- is required to per
form thf cenditluur eeuuected tu.ir*
with uuder one cf tne tonowiBg
plans:
(1) At least six meutks' re.ioeac*
kpei  aud  oultivatira  of tbe  laud oi
ack  yeai   fer three years.
(2) If tbe father ( or mother, lf ta*
father is decs sad), of the bomesteadtJ
resides up*, a farm iu ih�� rlclalty ���>'
the i����ii eawred tor. the requir��m��Btk
us l�� le.idsuci: may bi gatislied ��.'
sueii persea residing with the latbet
or motker.
(11) lf tbe settler has big permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by iim in the vicinity of his home
itead. the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six menths' noMce In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period ol twenty-on*
yearg at an annual rental of $1 pet
acre. Not more than i!500 acres
shall be leased to one individual o'
:company. A royalty a; the rate 01
-five centR per ton shall be collected
'on the merchantable coal mined.
W, W CORY,
ipeputy of the Minister of tlie Interior
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST   LABOR   AQBNTBl    V1ANA
ger Q. J. Sykes), ti^ Powell street
Vancouver. Pbone 11575. " Prompt
atteutiou given to all orders fet
male help. King us up, wire 01
write If unable to  visit  us.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITIiSIDB a- EDMONDS, HARRIS
tors ami solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Wegtmiustsr. W. J- Whiteside, H
Ij.  EMmouds.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cara leave Vancouver for New Wait
minster at 5:00, G:50. 7:20 and H:DO
a_m., and every half hour thereafter
until  ii:30  p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 0:20, 0:50. 7:20 and
C:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter  until 11:CO om.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at C:00 a.m., aid evry halt
hour thereafter until ll p-m.       >.
N.ll.���Unauthorized    publication   ��'
this   ���id^rtltivmsnt   will    not  ke  pais
CITY     OF     NEW     WESTMINSTER.
Estimates
of
Given  on   Any   Kind
Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone 388
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Try  a  "WANT"  ad
It will bring results.
Local   Improvement   Notice.
Pursuant to section 2* of tbe "Le
cal Improvement Geaeral Bylaw,
1909," notice is hereky givea that the
assessment roll for leual Impreve
I meats on tbe follewlng sti wets. viz.
Hamilton street, between Kljkts ani
Sixtli streets, fieventu aveans, between kfijjktk and Fourtk streets
Princess street, ke'.ween Mishth and
aiixtk stieet, Princess street tro*
Fourth street eastwards: Sixth aveaa*
from Tenth to Sixth streets; Flftk
will be completed through New Bruna- \ avenue ftoni Tenth to Sixth street;
wick shortly, and with a ferry service i Belmont stieet, St. Andrews stieet
across the St. Lawrence a thorough ! from Teath to Eishth street; Fourth
train service will he put on from Wey.'avenue  from  Teutb  to  Sixth  street;
montaehene   to   Moncton,     probably j
next spring.
"Tlie whole of the line from Mono- I
-(ton to Winnipeg is under construction I
and  all   the  contractors  are  making
good progress with their work."
WOMAN   OF   SEVENTY  MAKES
REMARKABLE    WALK
Colorado Spring*, Colo., A'!". 2o.���
hlrs. Mary Powell, of Philadelphia,
j aged seventy, yesterday walked to
the summit of Pike's Peak and hack.
111 trip of eighteen miles and n climb
'of over 8,000 feet, reaching a total al- j RamagG  streel;
Kennedy sti eet, Blackford st; eet
Third avenue from Tenth to Sixth
streets; street between Ash and Sev-
onth streets; Welsh street, Milton
street, Robson avenue, Queen's avenue from Tenth to Sixth streets:
Gloucester stieet. Royal avenue from
Mclnnes to Seventh street; Agues
stieet from Mclnnes to Sixtli streets;
Moody stieet, Holbrook street; Cunningham street from Eighth to Sixth
Btreets; Victoria street from Eighth to
Lorne sheets: Victoria stieet from
McKenzie lo Sixth streets; Carnarvon
street from Tenth to Sixth stieet;
Clarkson street from
t it title of 14,147 tot above sea level.
Mrs. Powell is a pedestrian of note In
her native oity. At the finish of her
trip she remarked she was a little
tired.
New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
LenveB Urackmnn-Ker wharf nt 3 P.  M. dally except Saturday, and
Cn S;i,l"ilay for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at B. C.  E. R. ticket office and on board steamer.
��� cars leave Steveston every hour  (on the half-hour)  for Vancou-
"er,
See tbe Famous Fraser  River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Round Hip ticke<g to Stevertoi. Saturday afternoons. |1.
No trouble with Sunllgttt Soap.
Just follow tlie directions on the
wrapper and Sunlight does tho
i rest.  C*��t��Mttt*��� doo*much-
| irever injures hands or clothes.
j McKenzie to Sixth streets: Columbia
stieet froni Tenth to Mclnnes streets;
Tenth street from Columbia street to
Sixth Avenue; Mclnnes stieet from
I Columbia street to Royal avenue; Gil
.ley stieet; Ninth street; McNee'.ey
j street; lilackle stieet from Columbia
to Carnavon stieets; Summer street;
Burr street from Milton street northwards; Simcoe street; Eighth sireet
from Columbia to Hamilton street;
Alexander street; Ileghie street; Lorne street, McKenzie street, Fife street,
Ash street, Seventh street. Fifth
stieet from Sixth to Seventh avenues;
Foiu tli street from Sixth street to
Seventh avenues; Brantford stteet
from Sixth to Seventh streets; to be
known as the Eighth street sewer sys
tem, is open for Inspection at the of
flee of tlie assessment commissioner
In the City hall, New Westminster.
Brlllsli Columbia, anl ln case the
owner or uny person interested lu
any of the properties Included therein desires to appeal from such rssess-
ment. ho should within the period of
(11) eleven days from the first publication of this notice, give notice to
the undersigned In wilting of his Intension to appeal.
Dated the l!Uh day of August A. D.,
1919.
W.  A. DTINCAN.
Clly Clerk.
Da'e  *f  Fss'   imblicatiea  the  20tii
day of August, 191t.
WAUE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE Ai
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offices, Rooms T and f
Guichon block, corner Columbia ami
McKenzie stieets; Vancouver of
Bees, Williams building, il Granville stieet. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
U. J. A. BURNETT, AUDITOR ANU
Accountant.      Tel.     It 128.    Room,
Westminster Trust Block.
R.  T.  PRINCE,  EXPERT  ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hull Safe Co.   Ollice, Room 9, Westminster Trust block, city.
STENOGRAPHY    &.    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 604.
Eburne   Line. '   '
Cars   leave   New   Westminster   at   7
a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
Cars  leave  Vancouver  at  7  a.m.  and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On   Sundays  cats   leave   Westminster
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
S a.m. to 10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,   Local   Manager,   Nev��
Westminster.
Great   Northern   Railway.
Leaves New Westminster 8:17
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 10:30
a.m.;   arrives  Seattle  15:15  p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 4:30
p.m.;   arrives  Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves New Westminster 111:27
a.m.; arrives Seattle 7:35 a.m.
Leaves Seattle 8:05 a.m.; arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 1L':25 p. 111.; arrives
New Westminster ti:25 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 4:35 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 9:27 p.m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrives
New Westminster 0:30 a.m.
CUSTOM Sl ENUGRAPUV AMj
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Coumbla street. Telephone (12.
RE&L   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  & CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  A. euts���
City,   (arm   and   suunrban   property,
GL'S and 74*. Columbia St.
G. N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster daily, except Sunday from bridge passenger
station 3:50 p.m.; arrives at Port
Guichon 0:30 p. m.
Leaves Port Guichon 8:00 a.m.
daily, except Sunday; arrives at New
Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves Sumas (1:00 a.m; arrives
bridge passenger station. New Westminster, 10:20 a.m. daily execept
Sunday.
Leaves New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:50 p.m.: arrives
Sumas S:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
*r .CANADI. N PM
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI
lorins. A new line of Spring suiting just la. Button making, pressing and lepalriiii.. 4G Lome street
Plione R S08.
RAILWAY CO.
DYER*  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL C1TT CHBMICAL CLEAN-
ers ��4 dyers, 34S Columbia street,
**.*** IVi'.l Th* ��lac�� where Ik*
dirt >���< dsst Is rasieved from Ue
live��� set prcaaed is. Geeds sailed
fer aad delivered.
LIVERY  STABLE.
MNG  IP    2����    FOR    HACKS  ANU
smart  tarasat-     The  FiStioa   SU
kles.
FISH   AND   CAME.
BSNSON & AYLING. KISH. PKU1T.
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal
FURNITURE
V*. E. KALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer ami Uudvr.aker
corner Agnes und McKenzie streets.
Phone 17C, night cal! 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D.    V.    LEWTHWA1TE,    CABINET-
maker uud  upholsterer,  425  Clark-
��� son street (behind Burr Mock)
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in ftr aud oak.
WOODWORKING.
Will. J MEN ST Mi WU'JuWUiiui.vo
Co., bank, ��ica and store Uttiugs.
cabluot, stair. sSowcases, uiaiuei.
and detail werk. Designs and esti
mates furslsfeed. J. Urookes. pro
prletor. Works: Corner tlevenU
���nd car line. P. O. box 254, PUon.
47S.
PAPER   HANGING  t*.  DECORATING
I. HUDSON. WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings. Uurlaps. and Saultas;
house palntlag, kalsoaitalag, paper
hanging and Generating. Sixth
street. New  Westminster.
Leave New Westminster: I
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
aad Transcontinental No. 97; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10���With No. 2 going east: also
connection for Nicola and train from
Agassiz, Kootenay, Okanagan and
lamas; arriving New Westminster
11:18.
II;25��� With train for Agassiz, Koo
tenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; rts-
taratng arrive Westminster 18:12.
19:35���With No. 9�� Transcontinental east bound and trains from Mission.
Nicola aad Okanagon points, and No.
1 from east; arrive New Westminster 22:02.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R-
H. C. B. FOSTER, A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
' CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coasl SS.Sailioss
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER:
to  Victoria.
10:00 a. ui    Daily
1:00 p.m   Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
10:00 a. 111   Daily
11:00 p.m Daily except Saturday
11:30 p.m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m    Daily
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
2:00 p. m   Mondays
8:00 a. m.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO  ALASKA.
11:00 p. 111   Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m.  Every Thursdav and Sat_
TO STEWART (Portland Canal).
11:01 p.m    Every  Thursday
8. S.  Beaver leaves New Westminster t a. an. lloaday, Wednesday and
Fridays;    loaves   Chilliwack   8   a.m
Taosday.   Thursday   aad   Saturday*
For particulars, apply te
ED oouLrr,
Agent, New Westmiaster.
C.  B.  FOSTBR,
A. G. P. A., Vancouver.
y7iEn3CHAAl��riric2lN^
Limited. Front stre��t, New west
minster. Manufacturers of aiodera
aaw and shingle mill luacninery.
Mill plante aad specllcattane prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAU.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, training
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster-
FIRE  APPLIANCES.
FiRB EXTINGUISHERS. TH�� LAT.
est la Ira lehtlag apparatus.
R. Harris ft Co.. Lavery block,
Columbia stieot.    rheae (56.
HOTELS.
KINGS HOTEL"��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone 18. Newest and most tip-to-
date ln tbe city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine. J. Trachy, Prop.
HOTEL   LTTTON���617   FRONT   ST.
Paoae 1*3.    Comfortable acconmdk-
tlea.    Terns vedorate.    McLood **k
Watkins, proprietors.
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FRIDAV, AUGUST
The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally .News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices
Cornn-   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A,  Paige Managing  Director
FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1910.
THE WHITE ROCK FIRE.
The many disastrous bush fires thai
, ured lurlrig the season in this
l art of the mainland, the latest of
which a large body of men are now
fig ting : ' White Rod:, s rve to ma ���
ji apparent thai some n ore strini ent
regulati ms than al presenl e: Isl a 'e
ne essary for i re1 �� itln Buch out-
l,i, ii ��� Mosl of tin se bush fires are
cau |b; the i reli mess, often of a
wanti aracti , of i im] oi
engai In clearl ' id. The White
Roi ik is i      ri       ' be i      l
the   h Unary vl
D; ne who ���      encased in
in . mie slashin Thi    In
i   ��� i and   ex-
ten    I with alai : : :��� ��� i;   ' <
In ji tl citizei
,i ind i l
who       e Sfendin       ���  I ������ :'
At tl:6 til  e "t writing It is i
i |n    whether   tli"    vai ation   1 ���
v. hich I     e bi en e tcue l here during
the  past si      n   -;!>  be  savi -i  fro a
tin   (let    tring  fl  mes.    Su :h was    inei    i the danger tl al ail th ��� families
had I i li ive their residenci a hurriedly and return home on Wednesday af-
terno in.
Thus    j lou ;    lives    have    been
placed In danj - r, gre il annoyance and
pain as well a.-r loss experienced by
settlers, and a popular and beautiful
seaside resort threatened with destruction all through the wanton, if
not criminal act of some workers in
the iii trict.
'j'. e matter is too serious to be
passed over. It is most necessary that
thc provincial government should institute a searching investigation Into
the cause and circumstances of this
last outbreak, and the guilty party or
parties be duly punished, This much
the White Hock residents and owners
are determined shall be accomplished
and they will leave no
to compel the prompt aci ion of the
authorities.    No action  can  well    be
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The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd
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shadings in
They have arrived and are ready for
tion. This shipment includes various
Tweeds (the leading material in coating
Broadcloths, Venetians, Diagonals and Heavy Ser
ges. We invite you to call and inspect the up-to-
date and advance models that are occupyi ill the
available space in oui', at present, rather 'amped
Ready-To-Wear Section.    We are without      ho\
~ \   window at present, our front having been       oved
ac ,i  : :  | Uol   an i  devi ted  a
t to a journey that was not with-
out Its 1 erils and dancers.
To James Leamy, Dominion crown
er ai i at, and S. Fletcher, provincial governmenl ������������- nt, the thanks of f
the community are also due. both of
whom, on hearing of the seriousness
of the fire Immediately left for lhe
scene, to do all In their power to
organize fores to prevent thc spread
of the conflagration.
COUNCIL LISTENS TO
AUDITOR'S ADVICE
(Continued From Page One)
and passing this final legal examination to guide the council in all legal
matters, and safeguard the city In all
business transactions affecting public-
welfare.
Valuable    Time    of  City    Council     Is
Wasted.
284.    The time devoted by the coun-
tone unturned c'' to city affairs is too much occupied
by   trivial   matters  from' which   the
council should be relieved by granting
more  power  to  the  mayor   and   city
too drastic for dealing with this, clerk as their permanent representa-
J3u.sli flies have been so numerous and (-'ves t0 refer other than the more huso destructive, particularly during the
port communications to the heads of
, .        . departments   concerned,   who   should
piesent year, that it is Imperative the be made responsible to reply direct to
statutory provisions in regard thereto minor communications, and refer the
should   be  revisad  and  strengthened.  more important ones to tiie chairman
Tlie  terrible  disaster  which   Ins  btit   "'   the  committeE  ot'  lllc  council   for
that department, who could best select such further matters as the committee could completely deal with, and
just   befallen    the   city
Idaho, the   whole place
has but
Of Wallace.
being wiped
out, many lives lost ,.-id incalculable arrange for the most Important   mat-
pecuniary Joss sustained, is one oi the
most recent and most tragic examples
of the mischief wrought by such conflagrations. Quite near to home we
have had the recent lire at North Van-
couver. which effectually destroyed
the beautiful Lynn valley.
ters to be submitted to the. councl
with that committee's recommendations thereon to expedite the decisions 'impracticable, because
le   ifflcers would effect  a  r< al ci
by saving time and money to the citj
whilsl facilitate ; its pn ress to he
i redit of all concerned.
11 " city clerk, as the offli er most
thoi i ighlj undi ri tandin ; the wl
of the couni 11, should, nexl to tha
mayor, exercise the guiding Influence
for all that is besl in civic management.
He should be the permanent ollicer
upon whom the public rely to safe-
ugard the mayor and aldermen I who
come and gol from committing such
sei ious mistakes ai past experience
proves and are Indicated in this report
288. The city clerk should exercise
B general supervision over all other
departments so far as ensuring that
tlie right of the city in all such transactions as the sale or purchase of land
and public utilities, the terms of contracts, etc, arc thoroughly safeguarded.
lie should also be responsible to see
that the decisions of the council are
duly carried into effect.
L'SU. Willi that object, excerpts
from the minutes of thc council
should be promptly typed in duplicate,
one copy being sent, to the representative officers concerned, and t brother filed upon the check file that
should he kept by the city clerk on
separate files for each department as
a check to be periodically applied by
him to mark off thereon all that have
been carried out.
Had that been dnne It would not
have been possible for such omissions as have done harm to your city,
to have occurred.
Relieve    City    Clerk     From    I ssuing
Orders For Stores, Etc.
290.   The   unworkable   system   you
have attempted so long, of requiring
orders for mateiials, stores, etc. to be
issued  by the city clerk, has proved
t    was impos-
to make way for the new windows.
in the new addition in a few days.
We hope to be
^3ew Ds-ess Fabrics
Mon  have arrived today, diagonals, poplins, semes, end novelty fabrics, chiefly In I e
fashions for fall are making so popular.   Ti.ts season rivals the Bprl ig for a i
sn numerous and so pretty are the new arrivals,    Popular prices, per yard .... . so; to $'.75
New Evening Fabrics
Dainty shadings In Belf striped voile, a little early to talk of evening dresses yet, but tin
will soon be riled up with work so secure your dies now, and be sure of having It ������������ I
represented here at, per-yard 90c
New Silks
Forty inches wide, Foulard; in exclusive designs, sultabl   for afternoon  or  almost   an;
In plain and diagonal effects with small designs.   Shades Inclu.e rose, tan, cornflowei
trie, the length   $10 -,0 and $12.00
The Sale of Remnants
Continues all this week.   A fine chance to Becure a nice skirt length at an enormou
weaves and shadings in dress goods, remnants and lengths that will suit almost any i up   ������    C
flannelettes, ribbons, etc., all at great reductions.   It will pay you to investigate.
Ladies' Knitted Sweaters
Already we nre sending repeat orders to meet the demand made on  these popular garment
while the selection is large.    Prices  from     2.50 to $12.50
EHEKSSSE
KSKOEai AM&JgttSaiS
of the council.
-2S"��. The minutes of the council
seem wastefully burdened with increasing numbers of such letters, inquiries, monthly reports, etc. that thc
council's time is frittered away by re-
lh<-  Bush  Fire act requires to be reading them to the curtailment of the
made much more stringent in regard
io tlie lighting of camp or clearing
fires. The number of lire wardens
should also be increased and their
location made better known by advertisement and wide publication of
their names and addresses jn the
same manner as the bush fire notices
are distributed. As matters are at
present it is very difficult to ascertain
who is the fire warden for a particular
dis      t. and even when this informa-
tinie urgently required for consideration of the most vital matters of finance, estimates, bylaws and great
civic questions which therefore cannot be efficiently dealt with until such
trivial matters as pound keepers' reports, etc, are eliminated as suggested
below.
Such ordinary routine details could
be received and filed for reference or
thereafter made public through the
press without spending the council's
valuable time whilst
them aloud, followed by one alderman  submitting   a motion  "that   the
tion is obtained he Is often at such a Pound keeper's report be received and
tiled for reference "followed hy another alderman "seconding the motion." and the mayor gravely submitting such a foregone conclusion to be
voted upon alter stating that "the
council having heard the report read,
it is moved that it be received and
filed for reference, tliose in favor
aye;   contrary say no���carried."
sible for such officers as the superintendent of the board of works (who
requires most) to economically leave
his work, or keep sending men to get
orders from the city clerk for the
many urgent things so often required.
That system should ue reversed.
291.   To secure efficient   civic   service it is essential that divided responsibility must be avoided, and tiie accountability kept direct upon each responsible  officer  who   should  be   required to issue official orders by authority under the municipality's seal,
promptly   get    in   all    accounts    each
montli end, check them off carefully
with the order forms as to quantities,
prices and calculations, and then mark
on each  account the  analysis   neces-
the  i-ieik   i< ii is ,Silr>'  for  the  full  accounting   of   all
charges   incurred  by  liis  department,
before passing them on  to the treasurer, who Bhould be the only officer
responsible for making out the vouchers, whereas many of them have been
made out in the city clerk's ollice.
Vouchers.
292,    These on the new form I have
prepared and which the finance committee have approved of, will enable
Bay 'each committee to see at a glance the
[amount   and  analysis of each  account
distance as to render his prompt presence at the scene of an outbreak impossible. There Bhould be more deputy
or assist:,���t wardens with police qualifications who would regularly patrol
certain areas where bush flres are
likely.     We   are   aware   that   settlers
not Infrequently contravene the pro- "' such reports were filed as part of that their chairman will thereupon
visions of thc Hush Fire act, relying !l businesslike system open to all the |slSn the voucher for payment as ab-
upon the good will of their nelirh- f'0lltu'n and "!0 I"'ess that would suf- stracted on the upper part of the com-
i,,,,,, .,���,i .i     ��� ...,.'. -U'A' except where matters of   import-  blncd form.
bors and the impossibility of the lire anee arose. '        |    The summary of those departmental
warden to secure immunity from well Neither those motions nor their ab- vouchers should next be submitted by
deserved punishment for their acts. sonpe enabled the council to prevent the committees to the whole council
This would not be possible with pat- the late I,'J""d keeper from pocketing for approval, on the monthly form I
rols In the district j U'e ,none:'' lle should have paid in to am designing for the use of the   rc-
��� ���' " i the city.   That was the greater object  spective departments at the end of the
J he \.hite Rock calamity, like. the council should have "watched. lyear, to save the duplications now re-
others of the same character has serv- 286, Similarly detailed requests for J-'QUlfed by your cash and analysis
ed   to  awaken  all  that   is  best    and  ,lllll(linK facilities, etc. are cumbering  books.
noblest in the charade,- of men. I-JT; admlnlBlTBtlve machinery to the j Separate Account for Each Depart-
,. ,     . , ,    , detriment of the council's greater re- ment.
Volunteers nave rushed to the scene |sponslbllltles now developing, as you -'!,:'>- Separate accounts for each de-
from all directions and have risked are experiencing rapid development partment are required by the new
their lives in    devoting    their    most  from a snla" city to a great one, in  order form I have designed to ensure
strenuous efforts to    assist    in    con-  Which y��" cannot afford (0 have ,hc'a" iK'r'min,H belnB obtained and check
. , ���.    .     "    , "   ""'st valuable time of the council bur-
qucring the potent devastating ele- dened by such minor details that have
ment. Again, a well known citizen, increased manyfold during recent
Mr.   Nels   Nelson,   proved   Ihe   great  -veal's and nre becoming so numerous
that it is highly
worthiness  and  nobility  of  his  char-  """   \\ '.   a_a,ly "pessary that   the
,        ,    ,       , ���    r , .,    council should be able to ease and ex-
acter by placing his fine automobile pedlte lis work by authorizing and
at-Hie disposal of a fellow citizen who training the city clerk and official! to
having heard of the outbreak, was ,a,5e more direct responsibilities under the council's supervision.
j Higher Duties of City Clerk.
287. I submit that the more direct
More   thin   this.   Mr.   Nelson   himself dlsti ibution of such work amongst the
most anxious for the safety    of    his
���wlfj iind    children    at   White    Hock.
ed early in each successive month,
whilst, avoiding divided responsibility,
which resulted in some accounts having to be referred to by the city clerk
to three or four successive departments, when each should get in Its
own.
Summary of Other Proposals.
204,    (a)���The re-assessment should
be expedited to ensure completion before the end of the year.
.   Ib)���The    analysis    of   expenditure
(Continued on  Page Five.)
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
At the annual meeting of the agricultural societies of Hritish Columbia,
held in Victoria in January last, dates
for the fairs throughout the Province
were arranged as follows:
First   Circuit.
Alberni      Sept. 14 and 15
Nanaimo      Sept. lfi and 17
Comox      Sept. 22 and 2.'?
Cowichan        Sept. 23 and 24
The Islands   Sept. 21
Victoria       Sept. 27 to Oct. 1
N. and  S.  Saanlch Oct. 7 and 8
Second   Circuit.
Coquitlam       Sept. 20
Maple   Ridge Sept. 21 and 22
Mission       Sept. 23
Agassi.         Sept. 27 and 2S
Chilliwack      Sept. 20, 21 and 22
Third    Circuit.
Nicola       Sept. 13 and 1 I
Armstrong      Sept. 22 and 23
Vernon        Sept. 15 to 17
Kamloops        Sept. 28 to 30
Kelowna      Sept. 20 and 21
Salmon   Arm    Sept. 23 and 24
Summerland       Oct. 17 and 18
Fourth Circuit. /
Surrey       Sept. 27
Langley      Sept. 28
Eburne     Sept. 2!) and 30
Ladner     Sept. 23 and 21
Moving Pictures
Rushton's Orchestra and Mr.
J. H. Graham, Tenor Sololist
Change of Programme 3
times a week.
Admission 10c - Children 5c
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. Fitzpatrlck,
Address:    628 Hornby, Vancouver.    Phone  R 4845.
Coming to  New Westminster Shortly���address later.
This Is one more proof of the effllcacy of t.1 ie Asthma Cure.   Hear
what the Victoria lady has to say about the Asthma Cute.
1123 North Park St..
Victoria, B.C., October 28, *���*"���
Mr. Fitzpatrlck. .   .j
I am writing this to let you know what a great relict 1 have nwj<j
your asthma   cure.    I have suffered  from asthma for ten ���'i"M>-'
have tried so many different remedies and  have found nothing w
have given me such great relief as your asthma   cure,   anu DJ
tlnually taking it, I think I will find it a cure.
MRS. MAY WITTY.
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JEWELRY
Our stock of jewelry In Gold, Silver
complete ever shown ln Westminster.
nnd  Gold  Plated i
Call and be convinced
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THE DAILY  NEWS.
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^EfEREE ON SATURDAY
sorrow's Lacrosse Match
L Queens Park Should
trove Interesting.
BEARS Well UNDER
TRIALS Of TRAVtL I
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���l, i,i   winning the Inst    in-
the    Westminster la-
.. ed the Minto Cup and
.   I matches in the league will
on it, yet lntt real in
nol died out and there
be   a good   crowd   on
the game, which win
1 | |asl cue nt tin- season,
1 ,.  Bill)  Moresby, the
i .used   a    run    on
:,:  one ui' the ganiea
ii.    win    referee.
,   I ijtchburn has de-
Sir Wilfred Laurier i_ a Marvel of Physical Energy on
Long Fatiguing Tour.
How Sir Wilfrid Laurli r, ;,t tl e n| ���
' ]   Blxt;  nine,   has   borne   the   tri]   i
'���"��� :- I mil'   , i nd which i   ti
"'"'" |:'-'�� ball over, i. cause tor com-
lli,'Ml f'om almosl everyone wlio has
encountered hlm on his tour,   lie not
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ISO Acres on Scott Road, close in,
Price $140.00 per acre. Adjoining
property is selling at $300 to $500
per acre.    This is a real money maker
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only travels, hut day hy day ho
celves    deputations,   listens    to
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old men
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bable i
: :1 ���'���l ;"r. i hakes hands with the mid- i
*>���*��� age l and ."nil.-,, -,A the . iut)l
Almost every minute or his presenl
1  '- taken up with work thai i
11&* > ,,,|< his physical aad m, ntal
powers unce i In  I      A, 12. Kellington.
i who was on
COUNCIL LISTENS Tfl        |
AUDITOR'S ADVICE
(Continued from Page Four.)
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now twenty months behind, should I.
���  Ruperl   trip  broughl up to date as speedily as pos
'                     c Ditchburn has de vh,,   ,,,.
. '    ;"'!; ""    W''H    the  r id ea       (�� i        e worl    , depi tents
���".':".''-' '"'���"' "   b0 ��� '���   Wilfrid  v.,    ,         in  receipi    of    '      ';  be                  co   rd aa ed Into
v"'"\.' '',     '""'    Zta ' ' "'���'      '"       ���     Hven tliero 1 e nn i om   ,        .    ,    tem, an I   i II offlci rs
1  "'?  laB,'    'I'.an. , ids private ......       ,      .  . , . ,   trail ed to take initial
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for
I ether i >i   i  ���    i al a time, thp 1
lor dictating the ie Ih      . nd vt
t .������ and sj steai-
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pie of wee!        i I
nevl able defe tt,
ain,   li" and Mr.
. an agreement   to
. 'ill Buftei in j from
and ii Is now    an-
ln   will 'nol be . ��� en in a
in this season.
Also Bhowing i ir each depart menl
be  !������:: ilnii     estimated  expenditure
available during the remainder of the
year In aci trdam e  \ it;. I lie estimates
submitted to the taxpayers.
1 .-i- Establish tt pro] erly divided
loose-leaf cash hook to prove to the
various   committees   before   they   au-
���   :; eir work
Id)    \  i lieet (in
'������":"',' Mntnejon,   v-er: carefully eta ry message received      el        i   vill latei  pn pare)   I ,   b
Not*       la irk, Sir Wl '"'   by   the   tr.      t        I ,   the
Ifrid was al tl ���   !    I  ol . plri  ���   ' ' "!"   '"ill;   balanci b,
hen ai        mccit o . ary ol  the c tsh recei' i d
the  kind   v ested he wi     al   :''"' p' ' ""    ich depa      ent, both tor
wa ly i , len 11 tan.    and   l;i" luontl1 '������''l ended and   for   that
i ippori portion ol  the   eai  ending with that
On the Prln e   Ruperl    trip,   ,.,,,.'1!'"i1"1 <'"'1-
i ge iv Gn       t was tl e life i
This will  I :"''-v- Whene i iround
ill a  regular job on n"is alwa> ; something doing nnd
: although there Is re-  llad ""' "h"]*' Partj   laughing b>   his
i   win  be oul  of    :.. i wiu-v saying and humoi   . les.
are glad Marshall has     There were sixteen newspaper men
. to!- in tbe opinion   of on the trip to Prince Rupert.   Thi  ���
i  game he certalnlj   was a representative Here from the thorlze the monthly payments, exactly
New York Herald, several from Mont-  how their accounts are being all  loll  v.ill face Vancou-  real,  three  from  Toronto,  two  from rated as between capital and revenue
i the same that has Ottawa, one from Winnipeg and   one expenditures   and   the   various   sub-
��� id  tor  the  last t In a e | from   Regina,    It   musl  have been    a  divisions required,
... lasl three or lour load on the   Premier's   mind   every;    (f)���Re-organize the iedger work in
re man has had a look night, wondering whether he had said   expansive form to derive moro direct
it the twel\e whi.i, anything in the course of the day that  results under all requisite headings to
lng so well together wlll|might  be constructed  Into a definite meet your developing conditions.
ison the  way they    are.   promise which lie had not meant. (g)���Provide and   maintain indivld-
oui e, providing there are     The  Xew  York  man was supposed inal  "lot  accounts"  for  laud and  tax
to be there to keep in touch with   all  stiles,   also   record   thereon   the   le-
������ |ilio Premier's references and speeches demptlons and transfers   when   they
III raise funds TO to see if anything relating to the tariff are made.
SEND VANCOUVERS EAST agreement with the United States was      (h)���Arrange for the city to receive
  mentioned. cash value for all old stoics, etc. sold.
| tors ol the Vancouver Ath-!    au the members   of the   Premier's'    -ll���Charge in proper cases for ma-
ive been entrusted  with'entourage    were    greatly    impressed terial  carted  away   or  deposited  lor
isk of raising $3000    in   with the reception accorded  Sir Wil-  private advantage, such as sand cart-
:      er  this sum heing necessary (rid at  Prince Rupert.   In    no   otherle<* fronl sewer excavations, or fillings
Vancouver    amateur    la-   place  visited  was the  enthusiasm  so  made ''.v city employees    on    private
While sweeping your carpets
*&i2^3&tts���__i���mmmK_s;sxiJBa
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
til
COLUMBIA STREET
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coast.
.Mann
I m, champions of tin
I esl    of    the  l>.  I)
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I-        '     ��� ,'er team should certain
ed    with
thereby increas-
great   or   was  the  welcome  accorded  wharves or premises
the Premier    so    whole-hearted    and ,ed in value,
spontaneous. I    (j)���System     -���     ;���-. ���
The  conditions  were  favorable    to
me   necessary |,aving a UR,.lt reception,   lt was the
e the trip, as it. stands atflrst .iIy ii,,. Premier i...d approached
 "! bringing tbe bacon by ,���,.��� ilIld wh(��� tlu, PrIn^ Qeorge quired similar to those I have already
records    in
re-arrange
the   various
hooks   and
vaults,  etc.
(k)���Sundry new forms will   he re-
showlng   tills   year   against
:. ler ami  Victoria  teams
ig it an aggregation well worthy
od at  least the equal of
team In the east.
I-        ip will  not   likely  he  a  Iinan-
1    . aa the easterners tire not
supporters of amateur lacrosse,
��� spenditure of a few dollars
bring west a trophy which
11   merll   should  he  on  the
��� M.-t  "tight  not   to  Interfere
��� ��� x urslon.
entered the harbor every vessel there
ih s igned    for   orders,
and   collector's   rolls,
vouchers
assessment
pay
and
TOMMY   BACK   AGAIN.
water
rolls with the double object of saving the time of botli taxpayers and
clerks whilst equalizing and economising the work of the latter.
Combine   Light   and   Water   Rolls.
l!l��5.    At  present   their  work  is  unequal and more work is being done on
the water roll thau seems necessary,
because quarterly  if  not  half yearly |
iccounts would as well suffice for  un-
f.:ah Brusso Burns to Watch Saturday's Lacrosse Game.
I Johnston's stepping stone to
f ' ' due here on Saturday, the
te of lacrosse, mingled with niemor-
| ������������ weeks ago. being tlie mag-
��� rhomas Hums wlll come over
la guesl of t'on Jones and may
I'       e prevailed  upon  to  face  off
fe ball,
itaving performed that dell-
Ltlon in safety last time.
of   the   retired and
ping-back lighter on   the   grounds
month proved  a  great incentive
'Wngfellow and Howard to emulate
|1<;il""Rlity Thomas, this pair making
'���ntuhcMisci entry   Into   Bstiana,
I     '    �� getting tlie    decision
was  waiting   for    him.    There    wer.-
dozens of steamers   and    scores   of'^fFV���****- ,.     ,. , f       ,
gasoline  launches.    They  all  formed"    (^-Combine the light and
in line behind the liner and came into
the harbor to the tune of "Ood Save
the   King."   rendered   by   two -white
bands and two Indian bands.
At the wharf almost every inhabitant of tlie Grand Trunk city was there
to welcome the man wdio said "The
twentieth century belongs to Canada,"
ami whose present tour must have impressed even upon himself how thor-|���^'red water charges,
oughiy his prophecy of a few years I!ut Uie maln object of th;U sug.
ago wus being realized. gested  combination  is  to provide   in |
As  the  magician  who had  brought 'advance for that rapid expansion you'
tlie city of Prince Rupert into exist-!may   expect   increasingly   during   the
ence by a wave of his hand was the [period  of  development  now commen-
Premier  welcomed to Prince Rupert, icing, which will require far more en-
Mvery one there seemed to realize tries,
that had It not heen for Sir Wilfrid As your light and water accounts
Laurier the harbor of Prince Rupert expand with the growing population
would still be the same as wRen fhe I more clerks will from time to time be
first white man came to tlie Pacific |needed, therefore it appears advisa-
coast | hie to sub-divide amongst tlie clerks
the   combined   rolls   for  greater  con
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
B.C. Mills
er and  Trading  Co.
" ~ \  "'j7 Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Telephone   12
New Westminster
Box  137
flits.
'^i Mcintosh, sport  promoter
Italia, may
(Ua cltv
"ti Saturday.
accompany  Burns
on
of
to
BASEBALL
Ills reception In consequence was
something wonderful and one that surprised the ministers with him; the
men who all across the great width of
the. Dominion have been present at receptions hold in the Premier's honor.
Although there were the usual addresses and speeches and the inevit-
able banquet, tlie reception to the
Premier by the people of Prince
Rupert went deeper than that and Sir
Wilfrid will long hear in his memory
the way in which he was treated in
Ihe city of the north.
No.thvvestern  league.
(*> Tacoma���
jwcouver
woma ..      	
pt;::;;''- '^n-dner'and''
��� jwuneni and Blankenship
sP0kane-
It. 11. E.
. 6   7   S
.   1   9   3
Sugden;
Mmne
peuttie
"^atefuTWnI^I
lt. II. B.
7    ll    8
3   fi   a
Salmon Report
August 25.
ieves    and
Bellingham���Got Do   soc
1500 cohoes yesterday,
Anacortes���Got 1300 cohoes yesterday.
100
THREE YEAR SENTENCE
l)*"?;,,:1^ 25,-��There are
8'lshmen  ha
too
"Bland ,r;; '���""lc'n living wives in
it. ., ,,.;;"""-��� to Canada posing as
h thei. f' "1;in'>i"�� again and let-
i'l l���,,i.    ,'n"u>s and wives In Eng-
1VerMn,i'"'"'   ""'""selves.    This   I:.
he ,;...:Ml1 case
and you  will  go to
Jl��Kisi,.     ? C��r "toe years."
1 K'Mte
Ileorge
"�����   thus   addressed
who   had   pleaded
Vancouver cannery���Got
yesterday.
llrunswlck���Got 250 lish
St.  Mimgo���(lot 200  fish yeslerday.
Hritish Columbia���Closed down.
Ewens���Got 400 lish yesterday.
Phoenix���Gol 250 flsh yeslerday.
Gulf of Georgia���Got 200 lish yesterday.
Imperial���Got 500 fish yesterday.
Scottish   Canadian���No  lish  yesterday.
venienee into street order, making the
numbers of tlie premises the basis of
reference, rather than the names as
now which are so often being changed
and will change far more in future.
Then one account and one receipt
for householders and others when
paying for both light aud water would
stillice.
Blend   Meter   Reader's  Work.
29(1. One efficient meter reader for
both light and water records might
then suffice within eacli reasonable
arrears to the further convenience of
all householders who would then only
Ibe troubled with one Instead of two
calls, whilst the city would probably
he able to save about 10 per cent of
the cost per reading of meters after
practical men were so trained.
Unite Cut-Off Duties for Light and
Water   Services.
Similarly one man in eacli district
might be employed instead of two
journeying over too great areas to cut
, Danlaon  in   the   police
'��  liioini,,
��,"��� Run,
Run [ ��� charge of bigamy.
,  h'8 wn',  r l'ml "ve    years    ago, . 	
J '"''Mo,.,'     , "' Mary Huff, follow-! He takes
_fcaMd himi,��� la recGntly,   When she I ously and approves of the
* titled ��      ''out0' 8l'e found he ' navy.
British   Judge   coming.
Winnliieg,   Aug.   25.���Sir    William
Grant hunt, aged seventy-five, the oldest judge of tbe king's bench in Eng-
nd, leaves tomorrow for Vancouver.
the German  war scare seri-
Caliadaln
fish off lmlli lighting and water services
i from the premises of delinquents who
yesterday,  do not want the second caller.
These men who out off the services
should receive tlieir orders to disconnect them direct from the treasurer,
wdio should not be interfered with
whilst applying such measures to ensure the payment of accounts.
When any dispute or adequate reason ls urged for delay that will on notification by the city clerk or'chairman of the committee concerned, enable the treasurer to delay the cut-off
until the next committee or council
meeting publicly registers their decision upon which the treasurer will then
C A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Contractors and
House Builders
We liave a full   line   of   tlie   Best
Builders' Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
ney.    Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
mo
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
Wah
Try
-�� ������ woman named Sarah
"Wan""
���brimr ,'v"'"' ad
n The News   it
*��
act as relieved from his individual
responsibility In the matter thus minuted, .ii..
Interest Should Be Charged on Lighting and Watei1 Arrears.
297, Your treasurers have been
handicapped I ill now, by the lack of
any bylaw or notice on the account
' for  liuht  and  water,  nuthoriz-
On   Way  to  Vancouver.
Winnipeg,     Aug.    25.���Archbishop.' forms
.  -_.-.i     ���--     tfnnAntiwar     l-ist     jng   till
rears accumulating which I    suggest
Bourne  departed  far  "Vancouver  last  ing the enforcement of interest.onjtr
night.
might after suitable notice be
applied at say tbe rate of one per
cent, per month, to deter all unreasonable people who have in the past
aud continue to exact tlie present
arrears' advantage, whilst the city is
virtually paying interest on the money
they owe to the civic treasury.
The result of that lack of business
precaution has been that persons who
could pay currently for light and
water during past months or years
have escaped the payment of interest
on all arrears whilst the city had to
pay the bank interest and all honorable citizens were made to pay that
loss incurred by those delinquents.
That provision to secure interest is
generally applied by the directors of
business concerns. Us absence from
your light and water regulations lias
operated as a distinct inducement for
certain privileged persons to withhold
payment of these accounts, lt is
futile to reply that if they did not pay,
then their service connections for
those utilities would be cut off. Thai
was what happened to ordinary taxpayers including tlie poor and needy,
but the well able to pay members |
of tlie inner circle and their friends,
were not cut off. They were wrongly
allowed to keep themselves in gain by
over-ruling your regulations, thereby
inflicting injustice upon honorable
taxpayers.
Tbat unfair differentiation must
now be stopped, or it will be my reluctant duty to surcharge whoever
Influences such an undue favor.
MOSES 13. COTSWORTH.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
on view at Gray's
Diamond Rings from  $15.00 to $200.00
Pearl Rings from    $2.50 to $15.00
Rings with assorted stones as pearl and  diamond,  pearl  and  ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
* WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
S     Dominion   Trust  Block. Columbia   St.
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Baden-Powell   at  Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, Aug. 25.���General Baden-
Powell  arrived   here
Calgary.
at   noon   from
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This company is well known for its fair dealing and prompt adjustment of losses, which are most important points In insurance.
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'The Insurance Man"
657 Columbia Street Phone 62 PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, AUQU8T *s .
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Dress the young man in a good school suit this spring and he'll
bring home a better report at the end of the term.
No boy can do his hest when he is ashamed of his clothes.
We've school suits that are extra good from the fact that they
were made with the greatest care hy an expert maker of boy's
clothes. The fabric, the trimmings, the tailoring arc all extra good.
We contracted for extra good suits and we've got them. Double or
singe breasted reefer or Norfolk style.
$3.00,   $3.50,   $4.00 to   $12.00
School Bag Given Away
with every suit to the value of $5.00
and over.
Our school suits will be the best school suits that    will    attend
school this term.
REID & CO
Thc Store of Satisfaction
601 Columbia Street
GRAND  TRUNK  SYSTEM
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
,_\[t   3,500   Ton9���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 Wapert with SIB. "PRINCE
ALBERT"  for Skidegate, Jedway, Oolllaeea Bay, etc.
Friday steamer coaaects at Prince Rupert wit. S. S. "PRINCE
ALBERT" for Klncollth, Naas Bay, Masset, etc.
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS   at   2   P.M.  for   VICTORIA and  SEATTLE.
Solid wide vestibule trains of coaches and sleeping ears betweei
Chicago, Detroit, London, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, New Tork Toronto, Montreal, Portland,  Boston, etc.
Longest double track route under one management on tha American Continent.
For rates, time tables, booklets, and full information, passenger
or freight, apply to
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent.    H. G.  SMITH, City  Pass.  Agent.
533 Granville Street, Vancouver.    Phone 7100.
GENERAL  AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
-Do you want a lot in the centre
of the city. The old Clute Home,
corner of Third Ave. and Seventh
Street, is nowvon 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 $100). It now rents
for $35,00 a month.
Don't forget, we will give you good
terms.
P. Peebles,
|    620 COLUMBIA ST.
THONE 307
Advertise In
MAY ELECTRIFY
HUDSON BAY ROAD
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
William Ogilvie of Interior
Department Investigates
Power Sources in North.
Norway House, Aug. 2'.-��� William
Ogilvie, ex-governor of the Yukon, but
now eonneeted with the interior department at Ottawa, arrived here a
lew days ago on liis way down the
Nelson river to Port Nelson aud York
Factory. .Mr. Ogilvie'a northern trip
it was learned, is to secure full and
accurate information in respect to
locating unknown water falls and also
to determine the velocity of the rivers
and rapids within close proximity to
the line of the Hudson Bay railroad,
wiili the view of the government'��� going ahead with the development of all
water powers In thr vicinity of the
line of railway, which wlll be used to
generate electricity for the purpose ol
operating the road.
Mr. Ogilvie, when nsked if he
thought the scheme was at all feasible, said: "Of course It will depend
entirely upon the amount of power
that can be harnessed at Intervals not
exceeding twenty-live miles, along the
line of railway. Although we already
have a fair Idea of the location of the
principal water falls mar the line of
survey, yet the Informal ion al hand
is very Indefinite and much too inaccurate for tlie government to work on.
Whatever is to be done ln the matter,
will, in all probability be made known
at the next session of parliament when
it will he brought up for discussion.
Would    Effect   Great   Saving.
"From a rough calculation it is quite
reasonable to assume thnt if the road
was operated by electricity instead of
steam, it would effect a large saving
In fuel, owing to the almost prohibitive nrice of coal when landed at any
of uie divisional points along the
ro.:d. It is a well-known fact that
power can be transmitted many miles
for very little added expense, therefore supposing we were not altogether
successful in locating all the power
we required right at the line it would
be no great undertaking to develop
and transmit power obtainable at
points on the different rivers, e,ven at
some distance."
Saskatchewan    Navigation.
Before arriving bore Mr. Ogilvie
and his party spent about a month on
the Saskatchewan river between
Prince Albert nnd Lake Winnipeg.
From observations made on the trip
It could be seen that lie was favorably
impressed with tbe project now on
foot to make the river navigable for
boats drawing eight and ten feet of
water. At Grand Rapids, he claims
tbat the falls and rapids there, will,
with very little cos!, produce 3i0.000
horsepower and the amount in Bighl
would reach 150,000 horsepower.
At the annual meeting of tho agri-
cultnral societies of British Columbia,
held in Victoria ln January last, dates
for the fairs throughout the Province
were arranged as follows:
First    Circuit.
Alberni      Sept. M and 15
Nanaimo      Sept. 1(1 aud 17
Comox      Sep). L'-1 and 2'.\
Cowichan        Sept. 23 and ^l
The Islands  Sept. 21
Victoria       Sept. L'7 to Oct, 1
N.  and  S.  Saanlcb Oct. 7 and 8
Second   Circuit.
Coquitlam      Sept. 20
Maple   Ridge Sept. 21 and 22
Mission       Sept 23
Agassiz         Sept. 27 and 28
Chilliwack      Sept. 20, 21 and 22
hs about -100 pound;-., j^'"'^   "f   ' ,
will be presented to the Smithsonian  Bhall Sbe ���gj* Provincial g0,      [
Undertaking    '        ke chaH   ���
institution.
Third    Circuit.
Nicola      	
Armstrong     ....
Vernon       	
Kamloops      ....
Kelowna     	
Salmon   Arm    Sept. 23 and 21
Summerland       Oct. 17 and IS
.Sept. 13 and H
.Sept. 22 and 2'i
. .Sept. 15 to 17
. .Sept. 28 to Ht)
.Sept. 20 nnd 21
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey
Langley
.Sept
.Sept.
Eburne    Sept. 29 and 30
ladner     Sept.
and 21
The Daily News
Egg   Weighs    Half   Pound.
Henver,   Colo.,   Aug.    25.���An    e'-'g
weighing eight and a half ounces was
what  Mrs. A. Scott, a poultry fancier
of this city, found in the nest of one
of her hens yesterday.    It Is believed
' to be the record  lien's egg, and  has
I been  placed  on  exhibition.    An ordinary egg weighs two ounces.
Mail Service
H. * V. "States" daily except Sunday
Leaf��, 23:60;  Arrive at 21:00.
Taoconver, dally except Snaday,
LeaTe, 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 23:00; Ar-
rite at 8:30. 13:00, 18:00.
Victoria, daily except Sunday, LeaTe.
8:00, 11:00;  Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
B. & V. "States," daily except Su��-
day; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at 9:15.
C. & V. East, dally; Leave, 8:30,
15:45;   Arrive  at'!T:2o,  22:30.
Sapperton,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave.  8:30, 15:45;   Arrive at 9:25
and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:45; Arrive at 9:25.
Coquitlam,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive at 13:00.
Central   Park,   daily   except   Sunday;
Ix>uve, 11:00;  Ariive at 13:00.
Fsjmomfs,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave,   11:00;   Arrive  at  14:00.
Mast  Uurnaby,  daily   except  Sunday:
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at 14:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    except    Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00,
Tlmberland,     Tuesday     and     Friday;
Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Filday;
Leave,  14:00;   Arrive at.  10:00.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday;  Leave, 14:00;  Anlve at 10:00.
Ladner. dally except  Sunday;   Leave,
14:20;  Anlve at 10:00.
Port  Guichon,  dally   except   Sunday;
Leave,  14:20;   Arrive at 10:00.
Westham   Island,   dally   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;   Ariive
at 10:00.
Annleville,     dally     except     Sunday;
Leave. 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,   Tuesday,   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave,  14:20;   Arrive at
8:30 and lfi:30.
B.   &   V.   "Vancouver,"   dally   except
Sunday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at
11:00.
Cloverdale,    daily    except    Sunday;
Leave, 14:50; Arrive at 11:00.
Port   Kells,   dally   except    Sunday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at. 11:50.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
and   Saturday;   Leuve,   14.50;   Ariive at 11:00.
Tynehead.     Tuesday     and     Friday;
Leave, 14:50;  Arrive at 11:00.
B. & S. "States." daily except Sunday;
Leave. 15:45; Arrive at IB:IB.
Burnaby Lake, daily except Snnday;
Leave, 1C.00; Arrive at 15:15. *
60   YEARS'
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F3w Specials
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ly
Four-fold Japanese Screens in many designs always sold at $5.00
Fred Davis' Special Price -r--S5
Wicker, Rattan and Sea Grass chairs 53.25
this is an exceptional value as they are always sold for about
$5.00 a piece
Rattan Chairs for the children-Extraordinary Value only 95c
Cocoa Matting, the very best quality, 1 yard wide... 50c per yard
this is easily worth $1-00 a yard
FRED DAVIS
" The man who saves ysu msnsy "
Front Street New Westminster
5-Acre Blocks on the Tram Line
Revenue Producing Right Now
Finest of Soil
All 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.
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fR|DAY, AUGUST 26, 1910.
01SALAHY QUESTION
r Thnt Salary of  Members of
THE DAILY NEWS.
T
PAGE SEVEN.
.at*1    ,	
|par,lament May F'S"���
Next Budget.
the
i'or
tie le'-'er
I
in hi.; London
rimes on  British
nnor, M. I'.. says:
v,son for congresses, con.
^^^    lverywh
ia     l!<
I,,  TlK
r. p. o'Ci
ventlons eyerywher
are  a    e-nliled ^^^^^
, ts in England,
11 title
nil
I erywhere.
1 unionist meetings
prestige of the governmenl 1
higher. ^^^^^
Trade has seen a Mg boom. Exports are Increasing gigantically, and
Lloyd George's whisky tax receives
Bome Justification hy th" strlkini dl
initiation in the convictions ror drunkenness throughout till three
tries.
in   the   n ''aa'Ime   Lloy
budget  Is bringing land rapidly Into
i he  markel. and  t he Toi y   pai ty   i t
trying to head lilm and i he ol Iter i adl
cal   land  reformers ".i  by  propo In
a, scheme  I'mi   Ih,    c;e;,;:on   I ;,   la;ii 	
number (if small landholders all over] ���	
England bj   state aid. I    Cartwrlght, Man.. Aug. 25.���Mrs, It.
This la  the  lasl   kick  nr   the   old T' Stea,d' "'' '' '"       "' Man" whlle
landed feudal sj terns, but, to tell the! e?gaged !" P��mPlnK water from her
truth, Enland It
Hon io a\ latlon
ms gone is nexl to their hearts. There lias
been one burning topic of controversy
in the country for unite than a year,
the culmination of a struggle thai has
inch going on for centuries; the one
eel on which no man can address
a mei tin", and which qo meeting can
conn-' gel anj bodj to talk about.
The v, hole political body Is just like
George's the patlenl  who Is for a moment under  an   anai sl liel li ,   un tw are   of   the
facl   i bai   his  bodj   Is   beln \   cut
pieces by the knife of the sui  ��� m
TOUND    CURIOba    KEPTILE.
io
f. EIGHT TRAVELS
IN RECORD TIME
Consignment of Seal Skins
Goes From Japan to London in 29 Days.
payln,   more  atten     , tern' observed a long coil, of what.
and yachting than to
,,im1 is thai  owing
i   ��� Ious   polllles,   and   all    th i   poll!i
clans are far away from London.
i    The confei i m e  Btill   hangs
It :���
^���W '���''"   ls    ,, ,s'ni_. (man ���|:erlnp:- like the al:.,:!-,
*������ .,r siil.siTliillc.ns l.y   ;���   ,,���,  ..All,.1(Mll   M,,,;,
��� ol  the conns oi  whole polltlca]  situatlon,    People ,!,,
aJI  ���������   stoppage of   ������,   ,.���.., ,.|,,,.   I,.|]1/(.   .,���   ���.
tl.\!*M**M ...eeihin   n     i..n la-:    .                                                                         ..
! ll'
lllM,  members of parliat
" members of
.
strange  things  thai   leadi rs  of   Eng
lish   politics   have   done   at   this  epoch.
To pui  it  briefly and crudely, they
have abrogated,  for  the t Ime  bi In
and perhaps roi  n loi ��� t Ime to co
free pai llamentary go\ i rnmi nt.
The   I we   hOU  '���     of   ] ai Ihinaail    sit.
as usual, bul  t hi s  ai e no   i ei mltted
of tlte session the  to utter   word on tin |ecl thai
�� ,hC Ktn,no��nsais broughl v
George already is
n  the  next   bud-
Itke sui cess, ami
she supposed to be coarse horse hair
but trying to remove it the object
slipped from her hand, shewing a
greal amount of animal Ion. 0n lni es.
tlgal lng, by t he aid of a common reading glass, it was discovered thai the
object, had a mounth and evaded any
attempt al capture. The water containing the baby sea serpent was
plai ed In a vi ssi I by Itself, and lias,
for the lasl three days, become the
wonder and attraction of lhe town.
and a puzzle to the brainy people who
ha re ex mini I the creature as to its
oi [gin and tpi cle , it Is bi I veen
thirty-five and foi tj Incne t long, and
frequentlj Its   head   to   the
v, at i r.
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'ratCB^Skrc..-.: ��� .���-    - -;-.;-;- **ZS__3Z_\
The Remarkable Progress of the
co.
Montreal, Aug. 25.���Probably tho
fa ite i cpnsignmenl of freight thai
ever made the journey nearly half
way around the world from the Far
Easl to the center of the Biitish empire, ls a consignment of Beal skins,
which is now at Us destination.
Twenty-nine days Is the time estimated for the trip of this valuable
freight from Yokohama to London.
across the Canadaln Pacific, and by
steamer to England. The modern
Jules Verne, instead of writing of tt
trip around the world ln eighty days
Iby sporting travelers would Iind that
freight could travel around in much
less time If the s'aitdanls set by tho
C. P. It. obtained throughout other
porl ions of the glol k,
The   shipment   consists   of   sixteen
o   bi     . I Ins which were skinned  off  the Prlbyloff Islands by  Japan    ������     ' .'.el B.
The;    wore  senl   to Yokahama   for
shipii enl  to London, and sailed  from
Ii    mese  commen lai   capital  by
the   Empri . .     ol   Inaia    nn    July    26,
ed     ������   t co i\ er    Augusl    6   and
M L3,    making   only
���        days   bi
and   Montreal.    Here tbe  skins   were
loaded on the Montfort,   which sailed
: 30 on the foui teenth an
at London on the twi nty f mt th.
This make i jusi t wenty-nine days
for a shipment from the Japanese to the British capital, a record
which has pi obably never been equal
led by freight, and not often by pas.
engcrs. It is this speedy transit
whli h has won for t he C. P. R. the
greal proportion of the very valuable
traffic in silk bei w< e t China, Japan
and New York, the Canadian route
continually beating the United States
lines by days and almost weeks
I
CENSUS TO COST $15,000,000.
PORT ARTHUR PHONES
COST DOLLAR A YEAR
.Montreal, Aug. 26.���Telephones for
private houses at. $1 a year nnd tor
stores at $2 a year, are privileges
which Porl Arthur, Ont, enjoys under
municipal ownership, according to ll.
S. i i i loo Hi i\ of thai citj, who ls In
.Mon,.cu today on a visit,
Even at these low figures, the telephones yield a profit, Mr. Qoodier
said, though he admitted thai this
was about the only enterprise in
which Port Arthur, the foremost
champion of municipal ownership In
Canada, was aide to present a satis-
factorj balance sheet. Tbe Street
railway lie said. was a particular subject for squabblng. It was owned
jointly by Port Aruthur and Fort William, and run hy a commission appointed by the two cities. The result, was
constant bickering, ami this had just
led to the resignation of the manager,
N. S. Pllcher, who was in Monti cal
today on his way to a new situation at
Sherbrooke.
Port Arthur, saitl Mr. Qoodier, was
going ahead at a great late, and was
now making an especial bid for new
Industries. To this end It had appointed a Montreal man, N. O. Neill,
as Industrial commissioner, He was
doing good work, hut it, was loo early
vet   to  Speak  of  results.
There was little hope, he remarked
of Porl At Ihur and Fori Willi tm being merged into one citv. Proposals
were constan ilj  being made I hit this
Should   he   done,   and   lhe   two   places
known undei' a common name either
Porl William or Tort Arthur. Tim opposition to it. however, was powerful
and meanvtbile the two citii i ate
 .'. ite apai t; Porl Ai i hur extending to the north, and Fori William to
the west.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid   Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
The Bank has Branches In
Canada extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba
throughout the island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,   England.
Correspondents In all parts
of the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214   Sixth   Avenue
NEW  WESTMINSTER .
B. C.
Snow in DiKotas.
Denver, Colo., Aug. 25.���A steady
I lie from the Pacific norl.west Ore
area caused the tempera! ure here to
drop sixty degrees in twelve hours.
The thermometer ri ��� li tered thirty-
t Ighl degrees lids morning.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
n moved to the fool of Sixteenth
stieet and Fifth avenue, where It will
he burned hy the corporation.
Aay person or  persons  who  dump
garbage  or  rubbish  of  any  kind  on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane,   vacant   lot   or  public  property
'win   hc   prosecuted   under   tlie   pro-
' visions of Uie Sanitary Hylaw.
Hy Order, S. .1.  PEARCE;
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hall, June IM. 1910.
a2��SS32��S-i3��nSH2��r��gai
Ti���mrm���norm mm
1 Snap
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
IVisles 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:
About 65 000  Out  of  /U.000   Enumerators   Have   Eeen   Paid. :
Washington,   Aug.   23.���The  census
of 1910, the thirteenth since tlie or-
ganization of   the   government,   will
|cost between $14,000,000 and $15,000,-
000.   Congress lias already appropriated  $12.0110.000  for  tbe  work.    At  the
Census bureau it is believed that a de-;
licit  of about  $3.uou.i>(m will  have to |
be  provided  for.    Of the  70,000 enumerators about 65,000 liave been paid
and the remainder are being paid off
ns fast as vouchers are received.   For
work done by 57,530 enumerators $3.
706,630 has been paid.
WHERE   COLUMBUS   WAS     BORN
Knights of Columbus Start  Movement
to   Buy   House   In   Genoa.
Genoa. Aug. 25.���A party of Knights
of Columbus which recently visited
j the monument of Columbus bere and
placed a wreath of laurel and palm
I at the foot of the monument has
I started a  movement  to purcbase the
bouse where Columbus was born.
1 which was nearby. The plan pro-
I vides for the purchase of tlie bouse
|by the Knights of Columbus and its
transformation  into a kind of shrine
of international interest.
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
PIRATES GONE.
Eastern rook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75  per  bbl.
TERMINAL 15.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
518 Hastings Street, West Telephone 4327
British Sailor Tells of Work of Portuguese  Military.
Montreal, Aug. 25.���That a dreaded
pirate haunt, the terror of the China
seas, has been practically exterminated, is the news brought from the
Far East by Admiral Lyon, commander-in-chief of the British fleet in the
Pacific, whose headquarters are at
Hong Kong.
The admiral, with Mrs. Lyon and
daughter, were passengers by the
steamer Empress of India, which arrived in Vancouver a week ago last
Saturday and are here on the way to
England. It was, ho said, the Portuguese who did the work of harrying
the pirates on tbe Island of Oolowna,
killing off the bulk of them, but unfortunately the leader escaped.
For more than thirty years these
pirates who inhabited this island,
wliich is near Macao, have been the
most notorious desperadoes ln the
easl, living solely by sea plunder,
murder and the destruction of unpro.
tecied merchant shipping, until now,
they have successfully defied, through
.the Impregnable front presented by
the precipitous rocks, the Portuguese
and Chinese authorities. The Portuguese could not face the slaughter of
j women and children, so these were
brought from the island , which will
become a military outpost.   -
McQuarrie & Co.
FRONT 8TREET.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New Westminster.
Telephone S33,
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Weekday Schedule
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.
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.
S Sunday Schedule���Cars leave  Westminster   for  Vancouver   at   8
* a. in. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
5 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.
J Bapperton  Line���20-minute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
X Sunday   Service���20-mlnute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
\ B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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LOTS
A Choice Building Lot on corner Fourth
Avenue and Fourth Street, all cleared. Price
$1600.   Terms.
Two Cleared   Lots on Pine Street,  $1050
eac'i, terms spread over 3 years.
, Third Acre  facing   Seventh   Avenue  and
backing on Hamilton Street.    .2600, only $500
down.
PORT MANN
We have the Exclusive Sale of several tracts
of Acreage in the Port Mann townsite.
See Us For Prices and Terms
DWELLING HOUSES
See our list of Residences for
Sale situated in all parts of
the city.    Terms Reasonable
WHITE   SHILES & GO., New Westminster Agents PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY, AUGUST
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TOOLS
Our stock of Carpenters' Tools
is complete, and prices are the
lowest. Come in and let us
���how you.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me.
My SNAP-SHOTS east the glow
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMANS DEPENDABLE NON-
CURLING FILMS with you and you
can enjoy every moment of this year's
vacation all over again at any time.
KODAKS from $10 up.
BROWNIES from $1 to $12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial Exhibition 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.
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Best Service at
The Royal Cafe
Every diner appreciates prompt service. It's
pleasant to go into a
restaurant knowing that
you won't be kept waiting. For that reason we
take care to see that
every one of our patrons
receives prompt, intelligent and courteous service.
Best of food and cooking and moderate prices
too. You should try
dinner here to-night.
The Royal Cafe
634 Columbia St., Pbone 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.
The steamer Westham came info
porl yesterday with a cargo of general
merchandise.
Special matinee for children at the
opera house on Saturday afternoon at
2:30.   Admission live cents. **
Pot plants and freak cut flowers
at Tidy's store.    Phene 184. ������
S. C. Dyke, Rhodes sehofnr for British Columbia, was in tlie city yesterday,   lie leaves for Oxford ueit week.
Port Mann acreage, exclusive sale.
National Finance Co. **
The young ladles of St. Peter's parish will bold a trolley party to English Bay on Thursday, leaving this
city on a B. C ll. it. observation car
at half past seven o'clock.
Kdlson nnd Victor records for September are now on sal* at .1. Ii.
Todd's music house. **
Auditor Moses B. Cotsworth left
yesterday for his home In York, Eng.
He will return some time In October
or November, and In the meantime
will be kept In touch with local developments.
Tlie Central livery stables. S. II.
Thompson, proprietor, has added an
auto to his equipment.   Phone 137. **
The telephone is soon to be Installed at Port Mann. II. D. Miller,
of the B. C. Telephone company, was
on the ground yesterday to gather Information for estimating purposes,
and at tlie same time, locate the best
and quickest route for the line.
See Fales for Camp Furniture, cheap
and reliable. * ���
Call at National Finance Co.'s office
re Port Mann. We have large exclusive listings. ���*
There will be a meeting of the residents of Edmonds district in the
Uurnaby municipal ball this evening
to discuss the advisability ol laying
concrete sidewalks throughout the district.
If you are selling your household
furniture by auction call up Matt-
Cook, the auctioneer. Pimne F>S0; who
will get you A-l results and settle
"up within twenty-four boms." Established over two years. ��*
Rev. J. S. Henderson yesterday received word of the death, in Glen Allan, Wellington county, Ontario, of liis
lather, Magnus Henderson, at the age
of eighty years. The late Mr. Henderson was known by many residents
of this city.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, plione Dimes greenhouse,
R 208. ���*   I
Tlie band concert  In Queens    park
last  night   was   largely   attended   and ;
the  music    was  thoroughly    enjoyed. |
The practice of holding the concerts
in   the   park   instead   of  on    Leopold'
place, as has been the custom In pre-
vious  years,  seems  to  lie  acceptable
to the music lovers of the city. !
If you want to hire an auto, ring up
the Central liverr stables. Phone
137, �����
Tiirttlnee at the opera house on Saturday Rt 2:30. Specially for children.
Admission five cents. **
The sockeye .season on the Fraser
river and the Gulf of Georgia closed
yesterday. The last report from the
B. C. Packers' association shows that
only small catches were brought In to
the canneries which still remained
open, some having closed down |
earlier. Cohoes are reported to be j
coming up the river ln fairly large
numbers.
For a pleasant co��l driik. try tbe
Ice Cream Sodas at The Rejr; . Cafe. ���* :
Mann Grove park In the cheapest and
altogether the best located property
close to Port Mann. Prices less than
adjoining lots sold a year ago. One-
fifih acre blocks with superb view,
$225 for corners and $200 for inside.
Choicest lota Will go lirst. See us.
Reid, Curtis &. Dorgan, 70(1 Columbia
.street. **
Davles greenhouse is the place te
! get bouquets, floral designs and ��11
j kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 208. ������
i One of tho saddest funerals Been
j here for some time took place yesterday when the remains of C. S. Youle,
a young Englishman, took place from
the undertaking parlors of Murchie &
Sons to the Church of England cemetery. Tbe young man died here at
the Royal Columbian hospital on August 13 and the body has heei\ beld
ponding the arrival of bis mother
from Kngland. Mrs. Youle received
ward that her son was In the hospital with typhoid fever and immediately  left  for  Canada,  but  while  she ;
was  still  on    the  ocean     he    passed
'away.     She   readied   here   yesterday
and  followed  her son's body  to    the
grave.
Five acre lots in   Port    Mann.   See
National Finance Co. **
Fales' furniture figures are fair. **,
Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. nnd i
Mrs. John  Reid,  was  united  In    tie;
holy bonds of matrimony on Wednesday night at tbe residence of her par-j
ents. 425 Agnes street, to James    A.
Blair, of this city.   Rev. C. W. Drown
performed   the  ceremony.     The  wedding was one of tbe prettiest of the
season   in New    Westminster.    Miss
Genevieve Keld, a sister of tbe bride,
acted as bridesmaid, and Miss    Alice
Wintemute played the wedding march.!
The  couple   will   spend   their  honey-
moon in California.
White Rock for cool sea breezes. ������ i
Ituy  In  Port  Mann  now.    For real
snaps see National Finance Co.    '**
Steamer   Transfer  will   make   Sun-,
day    afternoon    trips    to    Steveston  |
during   tho   fishing   season,   fare   $1.1
Boat  leaves  Westminster  at   3  p. m.,
returning   leaves   Steveston   at   ti:30i
p. m. ������    '
SCHOOL
m)    mwm
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SALE
A sale of great Importance to parents desirous of saving money in the    purchasing    0f   servic
school  clothing.    The demands for new clothes will be apparent when   the  children  (tart to school    i'
anticipation of such demands and  In  order that we may clear out every washable garment we hav'e   "
cided to place our entire range of children's goods on sale.    Bring the  children   In  and try on th
mnets.    Prices will afford you a  pleasant  surprise.
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Lloyd's Hit for Million.
Brussels, Aug. 24.���Lloyds' assessor
here declares that the total loss to
the Insurance companies hy tlie fire in
the International Exhibition buildings
will probably amount to $10,000,000, of
which sum Lloyds carry  $1,000,000,
FURNITURE FOR SALE
house to rent. 217 Keary
Sapperton.
AND ;
street. ;
The Public
Supply Stores
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 30e to .'15c.    On Sale, per pair  25c
Ribbed Cashmere, Union Cashmere   Hose;   double   knees,   sizes   6   to
S'��.   Regular pilce 35c.   Special for the school sale, per pair  25c
Tan Cotton Ribbed Hose; boys and girls' heavy rock ribbed and line
Princess ribbed; sizes 6 to 10 inches. Regular prices 30c and 35c. All
sizes.    Special for the School Sale, per pair   25c
One Lot White Dresses
95c Each
;   ~����  Regular Values $1.25 to $1.75.
A Bpeclal lot of odd sizes. French dresses, Russian dresses and overall styles', all nicely ti immecland fin is lied in every way. The lot
to clear, each   95c
Boys' Coat Sweaters
\ special Una of heavy knl.
ted sweaters, coal style with
side pocketjj eoiorj, ptJ
with   cardinal   facing, navy
b    cardinal   nnd
grey win,
maroon. They arc heavy and
strong; sizes suitable fot
boys up to 12 years of age.
Special price, each  95:
Special Notice
To The Boy*
About the kind of sweaters
they like. We lmve add-!
to our stock a full range ol
flne ribbed woollen Jerseys
and sweaters In cardinal,
iavy and while. Also line
cashmere Jerseys In all
sizes.
Girls' Buster Coat Sweaters
$1.25 each. All sizes and
colors In small girls' Bust'.-:
coat sweaters
Girls' White
Duck Sailor Suits
$1.75  Each.
Suits of eM!a good
the few ren alnlni    a ������
sale al  this    sped il   price.
Regular   values   $2.50.   Your
choice,   each    $1.75
Have you tried
it ? If not, you
have missed a
treat.
If served with
meat or fish, it
makes it more
appetizing o n
account of its
piquant and
pleasant flavor,
Try a bottle.
ROLLER CRASH 5c PER  YARD
The last opportunity  to buy this pure linen roller towelling at this price. We were fori       te
to procure another lot  containing  about   460  yards.    This  amount  will   he   sold   out   as  quid
of the previous lots so be early if you desire a supply.    On sale Friday and Saturday, per ya;
    ... ji
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
BURNABY
Garden  Social
���m^mmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmi���mm
A Garden Social in aid of
! St. Albans' Church, Burnaby,
will [take place at the residence of L. Claud Hill.Burn-
aby Lake, on Saturday next,
at 3 p.m.
ALL ARE WELCOME
Entrance  Free
Reward
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. iT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THI      DAILY NEW
Some Special Snaps
 THESE   WILL   MAKE   YOU   MONEY	
5 lots on Second street.   Excellent- view.    Streets on three eldee- i
of  this  property.    $350 each.   Terms.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
A reward of $10 will be given to
the person who will give any in'or-
matlon tbat will lead to tbe conviction of the paity or parties who broke
into the o] era house on the evening of
Tuesday, August 211, and stole tbe lens
off the moving picture machine, and
also tried to destroy the rheostat.
BARRY TIDY. Manager.
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
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