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^^^^
port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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[��11   K   bi'Dtf    J
r's&rijII.J^Wlke  $5   Ptfr   Month.
WfttTE, SMILES & CO.
'ciORlAE^S?"
INSTER.
u- V.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY  MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1910.
fl THIS YEAR WILL
ALL OTHERS
Manager
W.   H.   Keary
Returns From Tour in Interior, Full of Optimism
.roin an agricultural and hortlcul-
!    , ^Bdpolnt,  the  exhibition    this
will. 1 tliirate. surpass uli Hh pre-
gald   W.   H.   Kwiry,  man-
CONGREGATION should     RAILWAY COMMISSION  I JOHN L. WILSON IS OUT
HELP CHOIR IN SINGH
"Make Some  Noise,  Even  If  You Cannot  Sing,"  Requests St.  Andrew's
Church   Pastor.
I tear
0f the exhibition, last night. Mr.
raturned   yesterday   from   a
.eks' trip into the interior In
,eKts of  the  exhibition  and
STARTS ITS SliTlNGS
    and
exhibits
the
go-
ex-
lere.
iter i
Ke��ry
three wc
I i"'e:	
^e Buccess   ho   met   with   surprised
���t,in blmseft.
(iis Itinerary extended nil through
and Vale districts and he
��� east, us  Kamloops.    The
Fllsl 0f places which will send in ex-
Rjltg for the exhibition readB almost
[Ip B c ]'. R, timetable. Here tire
i few of the places which will require
tare at the fair: Penticton, Kelowna. Sninn.erland, Vernon, Armstrong. Salmon Arm, Kamloops. Cache
('���eck. Ashcroft, Spence's Hridge.
Xicola. Keremeos, Lytton and Lillooet.
Mr.    Keary    stated     that    In
i      et  district  the people  were
ing to considerable  trouble
pense ���_____________________
Ti.e transportation facilities are very
bad and in most cases to reach a rall-
��av it is necessary to drive fifty or
even seventy-five miles. However, Mr.
Keary found all the residents heavily
[inoculated with optimism and they
ire sending exhibits which will open
tbe ">es of the coast  dwellers.
Although the exhibits from most of
I these places will he of fruit, grain
land vegetables, many of them will
Ben I exhibits of stock and that
[feature will this year exceed any-
thins that has ever been attempted
I before along similar lines.
In  speaking   generally   of  the   outlook. Mr.  Keary said that he did not
���ei     w, with the bulldln. s at present
at the disposal of   the managem m
I a tlon  for till    the    exhibits
md   exhibitors     could    possibly   be
found.   Rverywhere the    enthusiasm
.   m   was    greater,   the   promises
|  ..     and   the   evident   intention   of
Baking attractive    displays    at    the
provincial    exhibiUon    more    plainly
than twelve months ago.
T e i roi s  of all  kinds in  the    in-
If  ��� are in splondl 1 condition.    The
'��� ���     p especially Is better this year
than it  lias  heen   for  some  time  and
i b" some remarkably    line
Ml displays tit the fair.
The exhibition grounds Will he in
Kood shape by the time the exhibition. The old buildings will he im-
Ifoved and the new horse show building is gradually taking shape. Work
on it is progressing rather slowly, but
(be most difficult part of erecting the
high arches If now over and work
lrom now on will bo rushed through.
The congregation of St. Andrew's
Presbyterian church Is not enthusiastic enough in the singing of hymns at
tho Sunday services, according to
Hav. j, s. Henderson, who ydMerday
evening admonished his flock in this
respect.
"in futtira I would Ilka to hear the
congregation to take a heartier part
ln tha Blnglng than ls now th�� custom," commented the preacher, "I
know that many of you realize that
you could hardly follow t.'e Psalmists' j
lust ructions to 'make Joyful sound,'
but anyway you can at least make a
noise. The hearty singing of bygone
times is sadly lacking in these days
and I would like to see it revived. I
Intend bringing this matter to your
notice every Sunday until there i_ a
noticeable Improvement in the singing."
The church choir Is evidently at
one with the pastor In this respect.
for an effort Is to he made this fall to
considerably Improve the choir in
numbers and usefulness, presumably
with the intention of guiding the
volume of sound expected from the
auditorium into the right channels.
Choir practices will he resumed on
Thursday  of this  week.
Incidentally, the new organ motor,
which is operated by water power, is
to be ln use in ahout two weeks' time.
Several Matters Affecting
Westminster to be Discussed by Commissioners.
Of SENATORIAL RACE
CONFEDERATE MONtY
PASSED IN RESTAURANT
The railway commission meets in
Y&b*m>uvck today. Aa it Is Labor Day
and the opening meeting there will
probably not be a great deal of business transacted. The Vancouver complaints, of which there ure several,
will b�� heard first, and then the mat-
!���'* connected with Westminster and
tl.��   surrounding
heard.
districts    wil
be
Former Senator Makes Sacrifice to Save Political
Situation   in Washington
Seattle, Sept. 4 ��� Former l'nited
States Senator John L. Wilson, formally announced his withdrawal from
the race for the Republican senatorial
'nomination yesterday, lie sent a tele
gran, to Secretary of State I. M.
Howell, requesting that official to
I notify county auditors to remove
Senator Wilson's name from the prim-
Five  Dollar  Bill  of Venerable  Age   Is
Exchanged  for Good   Food  and
Current Coin  in  Change.
PRICt *    TB  CENTS.        ,
BUSY \R YEARS
President Mackenzie, Makes
Important Statement-
Millions For Coal,
Ic
ary
^ ^^^^^^^^ ballots and  fiom this time  untl'.
It is expected that Mayor Lee will'the close of the campaign Mr. Wilson
bring up the question of the power i will work for the aominutlen of Judge
wires  over   the  Fraser  river   bridge,
The commissioners may not be ahle
to remedy the tiouble, but It Is prob
Thomas liurke
Senator
coming  a
Wilson's      announcement,
a  result  of  several  days'
able that they will he given a chance j conference and the suggestion of
to express an opinion on it If they party leaders throughout the country,
so desire. Including the president of the l'nited
Two    more    questions    concerning I States,  that  discord   be    avoided    as
this city to a greater or lesser eitent
will  he  brought up,    The  first is the
crossing of the North road    at    Brunette river. The Great Northern have
a scheme  hy   which  they  claim    the
crossing  will  be  made  a  great
safer   and    tlieir   own    grade
easier,   but   which   will
the municipality
deal
much
burden   both
f  Burnaby  an.l  the
MUDDLED MAN MIXES
MOIR AND McOLOUR MONEY
Well   Wetted   with   Whisky,   William
Walks Off with Waltham Watch
and   Wealth.
city of New Westminster with con-
Biddable cost. The attitude taken by
the Royal City is that the railway
created the situation there and It Is
for It to remedy it, cost what it may.
want
with a continuance
railway  company-
give the faster service,
stops
now.
William Moir, a man who has seen I
the inside of a police station mote
often than is thought proper by the
best classes of society, was taken in |
charge again yesterday for theft, lt
is alleged that he entered the room of
John McGlqur, at the Central hotel,
and '1 prived the clothes he found
there of one gold watch and $1-1.75.
which was all the watches and all the
money in the said clothes.
Mr. Meinour Is working on the C.
N. U. construction near Mission and
will not be ahle to appear agalnsl
Moir this morning, but the case will
come up for trial on Tuesday, >! lr
states that he was under the Influt ..ce
of liquor and though all the money
and the watch were found on him. he
has no recollection as to how they
got there. He had some money of his
own.
much as possible, was not unexpected.
But It cane only after a thorough and
careful canvass of the situation in
which all those called into conference
agreed  was advisable.
Once before. It ought to be said In
fairness. Senator Wilson was confronted with a similar situation. Two
candidates were dividing the opposition to a candidate whom Senator Wilson, and an apparent majority of the
people of the state regarded as not
desirable at that time. Senator Wll-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ison was convinced that the withdraw-
Then there is the vexed question of al of his opponent would not defeat
the local service on the Great North- the man a majority sought to defeat,
ern lines south of the river. Tlie ser-1 while his own withdrawal would do
vice is slow and there are many stops. ( so. A .similar occasion has arisen
The farmers want a quicker set vice; tiiis year and now as then Senator
of the stops. The, Wilson is entitled to the statement
claims  that  It  can i that he was the one to yield.
but  not    the      In   a   general   summary   and    state-
md   that  is   what   it    is   doing I nient of the culmination of the sena-
^^^^H | torial    fight.    The    Post-Intelligencer.
Allied to tills is the question as   to .Wilson's newspaper, says in Its news
whether   the   Huntingdon   train   sliall1 columns:
run to the market siding here on its! The political situation in this state
way to Vancouver, t". W. Piper, of ��� in relation to the United States sena-
Vancouver, says the practice causes
too much delay. The Westminster
board of trade says it does not and it
is for the railway commission to decide.
Thoughts of the   ante-bellum   days
were vividly and unpleasantly brought | ^~~
to tha minds of the proprietors of   the!    Vancouver,  Sept. 4.���William    Mao-
Royal    Cafe    on    Saturday    evening,  kenzle, president    of    the    Canadian
when ln counting up the cash takings  Northern Railway   company,    arrived
of  the  day,    a  suspicious    stilp    of; i��� the city yesterday morning at   six.
yellowish paper was fished out of tin,; 0.c,ock md  ,eft four hourg ,uler    for
cash register.   Close investigation re- vlctorlaWhere    he    will    interview
vealed the panful fact that It was a PremIer McBride disregard to matters
Confederate bill of the state of Mary- L_ ,eterence t0 the building of   the:
land aud not worth storage space In Vancouver Island line of the Canadian
u lumber room     The   bill    is dated Northern Pacifle railway, and   other
18!>S and bus evidently seen much ser-      , ..���..���
vice since its youth for it is all creas- j    ta .. Btatement si,olUy uftcr ,.b ar.
ed. crumpled and soiled     In fact It Is riva]  ye8terday  Ml,    Mackenzie    em-
almost dirty enough to be the genuine ,,lK,tl(;ally denIed tl,e report thut   hte
���?'',.    ...       .  ., , !company Intended to make application
rhe identity of the party who sep- ! t() ^    ,.������ commission  at its sit-
arated himself from tlie once-money ti      here lol. ��� ch of lt8 ,oule
for a hearty mea and some change i.i f,om Bdmottton to the coast, and forking George s coin has not been learn-; ffi ^^ ^ th��� WQ,.k o{ ^
ed   but the police    are    making    In- Ltruotlon   would  ,,e carrled  out  witu
qVmii      .,��,.,, , ,  all   Possible   despatch,   following   the
This is   the flrst time   for   several L us   t nt located  wit!l Uie.
months that a Confederate note has L08Blbie exception of short distance*
been passed here, that last Institution *herfl R be neceBgary to (leviate.
to   be   Imposed   upon   being  the   post ; U)      ^ Ulnue, ��� Qr M h gmdeB_
office.
bill.
which   became  heir  to  a   $201 BamontPn and the   coast
of
.         would   be
connected by the line at as e.uly a.
date as possible, consistent with the-
proper construction of a standard line
with the lowest possible gradients. In
addition to the contract let for the
construction cf the sixty-mile s 'ction
hetween Port Mann and Chilliwack,
additional contracts will in all likelihood he let this fall. Work on the
line westward from Kdmonton to the
Yellowhead pass Is being vigorously
pushed, und it is expected that the
summit of the Rockies will be reached by the end of 1911 ,and if no unforeseen delay arises Mr. Mackenzie was
sure that the British Columbia portion of the line would be completed
a public anl '!1 opesatlon by mid-summer   of
doing In i ^-v"'
sports or celebrations" to     In reference to Port Mann, Mr. Mackenzie    said    that    for the next fewr
WESTMINSTER WILL DE
DESERTED VILLAGE TODAY
No Labor Day Attractions in City, so
Everybody   and  the   Wife   Will
Trek   Elsewhere.
Business will  he at a standstill  in
the Royal City today.    It i
���holiday and there is nothing doing In
! the way o
keep tlie peo; le tit home.   Most of thei	
labor men in tlie citv will go to Van- >���*"*�� place wo',jld b,e a bu,!y one~
���as  all  the   material  and   supplies  to.-
the line as It vas   extended    Inland
would be  handled from    that    point.
Wilson I couver, to take part in the monster
' labor  parade.    The invitation to    at-
Tertnlnal yards that are being planned
torshtp   so far as ti.e candidacies
Judge Thomas Burke and former Unit
e.l  States    Senator    John     L
weie concerned, having become acute
friends of both candidates appealed to]tend the celebration there
the   higher   Republican   authority    tojeeived  too  late  for  tbe  local  traces   -----
-������- - attempt a solution, defeat staving both  and labor council to make a concert- by u,e coml>any would take up a large.
GREAT MOUNTAIN LION of u,em in the {ace if both stayed in ed effort to go in a body, but most of P��rUon  o�� thelr    Property    ho.-dinga
didates were asked j them  will  go  as Individuals and  will  l!iele' and  trom tlult   !:oinl th
CTat one should ; prohably  take pan in the parade.
sands will go to Vancouver   to
CALIFORNIA GIRL KILLS
  ;:he race.   Both can
Chicft    Cal     Sept.   4.���One-of -tne  tc pet together and
'largest 'mountain lions seen In Butte .withdraw In the interest of party liar-
Icountv this year was shot yesterday,; ,���������,-.     Meetings   were   held.     Judge
a few   miles   east of  town,  by   Miss; Burke  and  his  friends  declining    to
'Mamie  A villa   a girl who is a crack; yield,   former   Senator   Wilson,   while
.hot   and   who   has   killed   numerous, believing  himself to be the  stronger
eer in her tine. (candidate, decided to    withdraw
Miss   Vvilla wns  stealing  along    a; these   two   reasons:     First,   ln  oru
vidie lookin- for deer when, happen- to meet the views of the official head | to Mission to play a
B ird she saw the lion :0f the Republican party in this nation
was    re-1
ies
for
fr
.uiid-
ing of the, line woui.l he directed.
Speaking of the financial outlook in
Canada, the railway magnate saltS
that he could not see any signs of a
change in present conditions. The
crop outlook throughout the
country is fairly good, and
ths
whole
coun
try as a whole   was   enjoying   gieat.
WM PRESS SUGGESTS
BOYAL T0U8S OE COLONIES
Liarin* at her from the limb of a tree. I second. In order that the electorate of
i few yards away. The beast was Seattle and King county might pie-
crouched low, and there was no time gent an undivided front and secure a
to retreat I senator for King county and \N estern
Scarcely  taking time to throw the j Washington."
RUSSIAN COUNTESS WILL
APPEAR IN VAUDEVILLE
New     York.     Sept.     4.���Countess
gun to the shoulder she pulled the
trigger, and with a piercing scream
the brute leaped Into the air and
Jumped into a patch of brush. The
bullet   had   sped  true,  and  ,v">
TOWN  HOISTS WHITE  FLAG
the    Hon  Rivas in
Courts Should Be   Held   in   Overseas
De?��":!encies, Declares The
Times.
London, Sept. 4.- The proposal that
King George Bhould hold royal courts
in various parts of the empire la again
put fo ward ln the press, it Is pointed cm that the present is a fitting
time for such a I'm -reaching change
M that of regular tours of his dominions h>   the sovereign.
Tic Times says.     "Though   W6   be
many  sovereign   peoples,   our   sover-,
elgn must be one.    He must hold his j
court not only on these islands, but'
"8  opportunity   permits.   In   all   the
'li't dominions of the crown thai hi--
most distant peoples may feel assured
thai i e ms can be found for the ful-
Wmeni of his wishes concerning then
f.s i ing,"
The ..port of The Hague fisheries
tribunal, according to forecasts In the
newspapers here, wlll be- favorable to
Gi^ii Britain's claims. The decision
Is to be given on Wednesday next before the court at. The Hague. The
finding! are not expected to take up j ^
much Hiue in delivery.
Thumara de Swlrsky   the titled  H��H^:^jfj,,-,���,  after ���    few    spas.
sian dancer who has boen adopted by i      ,,    bi v
tbe four hundred    at    Newport,    haB,Inoalc KlcK^	
yielded to the temptations of a vaudeville salary and is to be seen ln New
York for one week only in the near
future at the Victoria theatre. William   Hammersteln   has   engaged   tbe a ���������'*- lu her ' .,       ol     . ������,���
Russian noblewoman to present at Lachlin, who runs the St. Louis
the Victoria theatre the classic dance i House, was seriously burned Runt the home of Mrs. day night.    In an attempt to ascend
Brave Woman Burned.
Spokane, Sept. 4.���As a result of an
'l-nle effort to warn her roomers of
Wll-1 heroic effort
residence. Mrs. John Mc-
Nlcaragua Surrenders to Revolutionary  Party.
Managua. Nicaragua, Sept. 4.���
Rivas, which had held out againBt
the revolutionary party, has surrendered with its six hundred troops.
Sickness has prevented J-Iartin Bernard from serving as minister of finance, and his father-in-law. Manual
Lacayo. a capitalist of Grenada, has
been appointed to the office    in    his
Thous___ ^^^^^^
take in tbe last regular lacrosse match
scheduled tor the Terminal City.
Tommy Burns on the field is tlie card
that is expected to swell the gate
receipts.
The  Balmorals and Alerts wi.l    goi""  ���  ,.      -^:, ,   ..    .   , ,
  ime ot- baseball  prosperity.   This was indicated by the
for" the edification of the fans'in the b*nk clearings in the leading cities���
Strawberry City and it is expected j Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg and \ aa-
that several rooteis will go with them, i co_,.er' ��� . ������ ..- ���������
In addition to these regular fixtures T1,e expenditure of $3,000,000 to ex-
all sorts of picnics, shooting parties , 'f^ over, a l,eriod of three years in
and holiday trips are planned and i 'ie opening up and development or
New Westminster will bear the ap- the eoal mines recently acquired by
pearance of the deserted village today.
AFRICAN  ADMINISTRATOR
OFFERS ADVICE TO   RACE
(Continued on Page Five.)
MANY INQUIRIES FOR
UND ACROSS THE RIVER
London, Sept. 4.���With the Inoreas-1
lng unrest among   native    races    in j
every  part of the empire.  Britishers |
are growing more experienced in the  End of Holiday Season Will Mean thet
thorny side of racial problems.    That | '
which she gave
Jiimes B. Haggin at Newport.
The countess' social list at Newport
Includes such names as Colonel John
Jacob Astor, Reginald C. Vanderbilt,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harrlman, Mrs.
Burwin, Mrs. Hermann Oelrlchs,
Prince Troubetskoy, Prince Mir.a
Rlza Kl'.au of Persia and virtually
every other well known social leader
BUmmorlng at Newport.   ,
The countess inherits her title, being a daughter of the late Count Swlr.
sky of Russia. .   ,
In her [sewport dances the countess
appeared In a single garment of  " '
; phalious texture.
the stairs, the woman  was overcome stale.
became
by the smoke    and
RciouB.    With  difficulty,
cued by two roomers, who saw her
tempt  to climb the stairs.
brother-in-law of for-
uucon-i    .Manuel  Ilono
she was res- mer President Zelaya
t- his minister of war, has been put lu
I jail,
fact partly accounts for the great interest taken in Sir Harry Johnston's
new book, "The Negro in the New
World," dealing with color questions.
The author, who has adminlsteted au
nd at one time | Afrloau colony, tsives advice to Ameil-
can colored m<
to racial prejudice difficulties.
Resumption of Real  Estate Activity in Surrey and City.
That the dog days cf the real estate
re now at an end ls evinced
Uia-
METAL TRADES TROUBLE
TO BE DISCUSSED IN SOUTh
_    .    . Having  ti    ('.iteet
cp.ittlc    Sept.   4.���itawo.
^gontheindusni'tl.tutitKmt
the metal trades of (Hegon, Washing
tZ and  British    Columbia,    nogoti, -
KAMI-TV i pahs WEE  MAID ,,,   .      ,.,���.,nved  between    em-
VANITY LEADS WE _URGLARY L, will  ^'^..co  and    the
  ll,,0>fl8..   m ion   and   allied    organ-
Bnokane   Sept   4,-"I wanted to be  Machinists   u   on  ana        ^
BP��kan���ed hat-n.ee things, bo I Just UaUons   ta^tta   O^ my ceiebl���
1 Word to this
Wrecked Princess M*v.
Juneau, Alaska, Sept. 4���Tho steam-
���hlp llmnhohlt rejiorts from Haines
hy wireless telegraphy thnt tbe Bab
v��rs at work on the stranded steam-
^llfI) Princess May succeeded In mov
ir the ,espel fifty feet, and It Is be-
llaved the vessel will be launched
'rem the reef tonight.
i lady and have
took them." was the plea given hy
ten-year-old Pearl Sc
she was discovered on the street with
u ladies' gold watch dangling from a
chain about her neck.
child had entered the home of
Orattain    and   taken    the
gold piece, when the
The
Mrs. ID.
L'hilver, when
tlon.
effect    was
re
Seattle   emp oy-
reived  yesterday   hy   _
ers and  leaders    In the    machinists'
can colored men, and ofl'e.s a solution  business ai��
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ j by   tlie   inei easing   turnover   in   city
"The one undoubted solution to tho property,   ln tne lirst place comes tbe
throughout    the demand    for    property    "across    the
him to turn river."   An eyes���at least the eyes of
ino ov.....���  . bis tue look-ahead   investor���are   tamed
fine sight, subtle hearing, deft fingers towards Port Mann.    That thete is a
and   rapidly   developed   hiain   to   tne great and  gloiious future betoie ibe-
making of money���money    being    in- new city there can be no doubt. U;eat-
C.uiisniuled    Intellect    and  industrial  concerns who are at pres--
ulaied  eneig;   and  com- ent buying in the vicinity of the town-
site recognize the potentialities of tlie-
They grasp the situation at
negro s    difficulties
world," he s.iys, "is for
strong arms and sturdy legs,
jdeed  but
i work,  aecun
when    the    San  ,lge>   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
granted   conces-      - in,i   pis  leaders,  his  pastors  and  location.
^  ���     ui.l their a glance,  then  get  busy  und secure*
the metal' teachers, should di.ect his
to the questions that
theories
aie  sites for their factories*   There aie, of
This was promised
Francisco   employers
sit ns to the mechanics
trades three years ago '. " .,".'^tel"to 'theoHes "and "praclloes  course, sceptics who aie apt to under
5��5S S&awS-Jisrs ���" we ?^?s*ff*B
Hon"  sil'l AH   darrlson.  secretary S.   of   practical   agricultuie,   sound  itself,  and  snow  to    their    miseciu,.
of  the 'association,   last   night.    Out- building,  modem  history,  modern  re-
��. > of tlie establishments In Seattle ugion und modern temperance In eat-
connected with tho association, there Ing, drinking, love-making and pub.lc
are about 1100 men employed.    In all oratory."
ases  the  nine-hour dny  obtains and
<���
Hannon,
   vice-president of
the  international    Machinists'  union,
for San Francisco uf-
strike.
William
ithe shops ate non-union.
will leave here
alebration to aid
s^-^SSSSwIaa^^*^"
she    asked    Mrs.
TODAY'S  SPORTS.
*������������������������������������������������������
Lacrosse.
I'rcre!I!,jonal ��� Westminster
at Vancouver, S p.m.
Amateur ��� Westminster   at
victoria,
Baseball.
Ale-ts vs. Balmorals, at Mission City.
Football.
Hovers'    r rlctlce    game    at
Moody square, 10 a.m.
from home.
little girl because ^^^^^
Gratlaln If she had lost anything. Tlie
police were notified to watch the child
and anested her when she was found
wearing the watch.
metropolis.
m,   fllcted.
Spanking Legalized.
dtlring th,   year        ^   Hnicc M.
tendent    of I ity    ������<-' teacher
Bouthern meuuyu��a. The negotiations ln San Francisco will be directed by the most prominent leaders
among the Machinists' union, because
of a refusal of California manufac
turers to renew their agreement for
an eight-hour day, ^^^^^^
June 1.
Out of the San Francisco negotiations there may come a settlement of
the whole labor dispute, which has
affeete.l the metal trades fiom the
Mexican boundary line to Victoria,
��� x- ������, Westmins'er.
owners
eyes, the gifts which have passed.
theni. Several sales adjoining; the
townsite weie put through last week,,
and enquiries tor acreage are almost.
Innumerable.
  There seems to be a bulk of busi*
JOIN  PENITENT SPOUSE  ness hanging lire, and the eventuatloa
Hoqulam)  Sept.   4.���Willing  to  tor- of many deals may take place aimost
woman   and |    City  property ln New Westminster
this  association,
hers  of   this  association
to  co-operate  with   us
strike of the machinists."
It  is  Gartison's  claim  that
every
which expired   on |shop is fully manned.   This   Is
sub- time as Mrs. F. Allen, who deserted a I holiday season ls nearly past, aud peo-
nnd
stZiZcd Tn V measure by gradual ! tie child but four weeks old. In his pie ate again getting down to coaslder
SSSinVwUvSim of iocL machin. letter, Monroe does not mention Mrs.!-'- ,eu. esuw ransters la the
Ists' pickets, due, It Is stated, to the Allen s name.   city will aga.n be busy.
WIFE CROSSES SEATO
In the shops under the control of I
flip unions there aie thirty-eight men ���   ���
at wort    The Marine Pipe Machinery |��lve her husband who she says    de- any day.
,,,'���  nfcpnit'p  which is repotted'sorted   her   for   another   woman   and i    City  p    . ^^^^^^^
loTslgredptlmu. on    ag.ee-   eft her practically    penniless,    Mrs.   Ib not being forgotten     and    sever��.
to na.e siguou up iuc .        . ,(V.,,,k   Mftnroe  left this  morning  lor properties changed  han.s last   ,.eek-
ment.  never  has  *�� �� "Jg^, ^^S^roS to London, to Join  The cement sidewa.klng of the st,eet,
have   failed  her  spouse,   who   have  evidently   re- In the west end will at once enhance
in  the  recent  pented  and asked that his wife join  values of lots, and there ls sure to be
nlm i a  big   turnover  of   property   in   that
Monroe disappeared    at tbe    same | direction   \ery  soon.    Now  that  the
���   plclt  ^^^^
fact that tho Machinists' union of San
Francisco has withdrawn support from
the strikers in this section ln the belief that trouble Is brewing   ln    the
Flsh Fry Planted.
Wenatchee, Sept. 4.���Twenty thous
To Fly Over Sahara.
Pails   Sept. 4.���Lieutenant Vaudeitr,
and fry of black bass, perch and of the Zouaves, is arranging for the
croppy were brought here Friday flight of military aeroplanes across
from the King county hatchery at j the Sahara from Algiers to Tlmbuo-
Seattle by  Henry  Rlef, King county too. with four stops.   The purpose of
Vancouver    a.���    ��� -     - have [Golden Gate City.
San /!Zl Action,    in  refusing    de-1    LoS Angeles shop owners are work-
Ss Of union leaders on their fall-:iW  ��g  tt.  *��.J'�� ^^J^Y.I.anm warden, and taken to Jamieson tbe undertaking Is to prove the pr.<*
Te- 2 "io-1" ���'-r JS S tti^ ^ pV2T^^ tL^��fI"��SS   l. Uke. ln  Douglas county, where tbey tic.hi.lty of tbe establishment of regu.
land, Tacoma. Spokane *n^/J^"'   ���JJ*^* WBer�� vuu   * 'were turned leose. M        lar air routes across the desert.
Vancouver   and   New       ������
Westminster, .ipected. PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
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CENTRAL  PARK     PICK-UP���On     In-
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Winnipeg, Sept. 4.���A usually docile ing dressed.   "J
se residence ll
...       ��� -       :.'���:���--.
eet. this nlng   attacked i  ��� of
tore - g a   avenue.     At
it the child is       ... -
Hopes 1 - iiis   i    ���  ���     has  not
missed  him until  the doctor brought
stic.
VEGETATION GROWS
IN BARREN LANDS
It was ; inci-
lenl Pa     ns of th<   hot -1
���
nguls nd                          tively
���   ��� - 5 la 1
....    . |        ...
gnre   hlm.
escued torn.
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is left  ti
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ce    was    hastily    b im-
i ss   if the
3   a arcely   four
..... .��� :      ; |    ther  stated
that j culty in keep
ind the hot - ���
the hotel
b '  i   - ain,  bul   tt        ears   t vldent
that lie knew ence ol
-��� e him.
rhe a ed I       posi
tec t loi
children who : too close,
Mr. R tbe bear <        le his
nee sprii to I      pres
ent there ��� idenl
Buffalo Doctor Tells of Eight
Months'   Trip With
Rib Indians.
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and     . Sts.
.  Westminster. B. C.      Phone 333
WAI - LE, 1ILY,
��� ���   7
Enl       I      . I,     Reply  to
flee.
WA.viv.'D���.\ t;i:;i. Fu:: cik.vkhai.
hous woi:   and ]    In coi king.  A]
ply   125  Third  avenue.
FOR   SALE.
FOR    SALE���TWENTY-TWO    FOOT
launch in fl       i a
i cash.   A]
trei ter.
FURNITURE      FOR      	
nt.   .'.',"   :,'.
Pi      - ��� .i,���: -   r once, two i.
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fee- for $7
rash.     Herbert    G
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PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head Office       -       451  Columbia  St.
New Westmi iste ',  B. C.
ch Office      -      ���      Karr.loops. B.C
PORT MANN DISTRICT
LOT
-
subdivision   B,  cf se
5 north,       i   ���    .
contaii lng om
hot);  one-tblrd
ai '������     elghtei
7    ; ���;- cent,    in i
C2.I ".-A.i
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
-. prairie land.   Price .1-5 per acre;
anee   one
���
t  ������
! nl
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
THIRTY  ACRES  in  section  36,  block
5i ran!
ch new house and
I wati       Prici   ;:'<> ; ev    ���
over     eighteen
(175-A.)
Fl ��� .
INT -
FURNIS1
i -.
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PRNISHED BED ROOM
apply 71'.', T ���       treel
REN"
T//ENTY acres in section 33, block
5 north, range 2 west, N. W. D
Price $500 ;er acre; one-third c
e six and twelve months    at
7 per cenl (211-A.)
Fall   Suits and   Overcoats   is   complete.
New   Patterns,   New  Styles.
The cut here produced shows our new Model 10,
Type Y.    A very fashionable suit for   a
young or middle aged man.
Prices in 20th Century Suits $20.00 to $32.50
Edmonton, .-:' i'. 1.-  Ur. W i    er, i
���   pasl eight
hs In a bunting expedlti in in the
far north, returned  to the citj   Mon
day, and  is staying   al  the   Alberta
hotel
Dr. Wheelei'.- i I ��� ��� ��� ��� tl.
haunt of thi ��� Ibou, in I - Bai ren
Lands of thi enzle i I
Aci      panled   bj   a   small   pai I j   -
D      Rl    In Hani. his onlj  companions
hi    ,      ��� ���   .      to   a
���   ���   . ey  beyi nd   i   I
I Ise.    While 11 ������  Foi
��� map of I  e north oni)
a fi .'.     ; site to re
call   ; i itlon   with   the   F
In i   pi
Hard   to    Persuade    Indians.
The doci
enced ���     dlfl     iIty   in    pi
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their
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Barren    Lands   Noi    Barren.
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the I
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VI Li les that
grown
there under the i
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Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
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NEW
Telephone
r      ;y
new bank;
acccl'nts
Mi ive
nevi y ��� .
position '
now I
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TO LET���FURNISHED .ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp bl ick, <ornei
Columbia street and Clarkson.
FIFTY
north.
ItOO.M TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Appiy at 2?,Z 8th St.
m  I
TO     RENT  ���  FURNISHED     BED
rooms. "HZ Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p. rn. or hetween 9 a. m. and
& p. m. at Room 14, 623 Columbia
street.
acres in section 32, block 5
range 2 west, X. W. D.: absolutely the best subdividing proposition in Port .Mann district today. Why ? The terms are one-
fifth fash, ani the balance over;
TEN YEARS, with interest
ren'.
at 6 per
(221-A.)
PRIVATE      BOARDING      HOU&E-
First class board.    Newly furnished J
rooms.    All  home cooking.    Terms
very reasonable, al 513 Agnes street.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room   suitable   for   two.     Handy   to i
business section.    Apply 129 Tenth
street.
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
hlock 5 north, range 2 west, N.W.D., j
on new Yale road. $800 per acre;
.2500 cash, balance six. twelve and
months at 7 per cent, in-
(222-A.)
SURREY
150 ACRES on the Scott, road within
six     miles    of    N'ew   Westminster.,
Price $85 per arrp;  one-third cash,
six. twelve    and    eighteen.
Investigate this.    (208-A.)
eighteen
terest.
balance
months.
J. Phillips
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
I
LEFT     BABY     OUT;      FORGOT     IT.
Mother    Didn't    Miss    the    Youngster
Until    Bedtime.
London, Ont., S< pi    I      iVl i ���    Mrs
Louie   Brooke   : ick( i   I ei   nan ���
I children Into bed the other i li bl
,'ered one missing.    Careful Bur-
vej   revealed   thai   the   :��� >ungest   tot
of the family was missing, and investigation   brought  to  llghl   that  when
the twelve-year-old boh ol Mis. Brooke
returned  home be did not  have   thej
I little   two-year-old   brother   he   had
j taken out for an airing or the baby
carriage with blm.   The baby had In
[the  meantime been  found  by the po-j
lice an,d taken  in charge.
When  the mother came   after   tho
lost baby she told as an explanation
I that  she  had  seven  children  to  look
jafter and sometimes she lost track of
I them.   She admitted that she ought to
call  the roll each nl. lit  and  morning
In order to make sure that they were
all there.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
Business Accounts opened
on favorable  terms.   ::   ::
INCORPORATEDM855
ASSETS   $48,000,000
NEW    WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Colum
B.  C,
treet
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
S.S
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
LAURE"T|^-
Triple  screw,   14,8''; tor?..
MEGANi
LOST.
80  ACRES
:    *!"" Per
l.t ).-'! I ���    I'i.)(
lng sum    ol    moi ey
Flndi ���   i ���'  rn  to the
I ij <-��� '.'.'' ��� ���- - and recel
in  section  25, township  2,
acre;  J42M cash, balance
over two .eats.
i- I BOOK   CO.v
and    checks, j
Royal    City
e toward.
(141-A.)
9
'10  ACRES   in
FOUND.
northwest    quarter    of:
section lf), towii.!ii,-i    2.    $200   r,er!
acre; one-third rash, balance six and
.���rs.- mon(f18 at ; per   cent.    In-.
(201-A i
y^i
That
Be ern. j
This Range
t-.> eii e
KOI vi
AT TIM-; VV \\.<W B 'S'l AND
Door Factory tbe latest thing in th<:
line ol fronl dooi.-.   Phone 413. **
FIVE  ACRES  In  section   18,  township
8, '-ti Newton mad.    %Y
Terms over two
TO
LET���THE HASKMK.N'T AND
store In the K. r. hlock; suitahle
for stole rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc. etc. For particulars apply to John Forreste"
Sec. K. P. Trustees,
street,  City.
years.
LANGLEY
ier acre
(91-A.)
517 St. George
FIVE    a:re   tracts,   consisting   of   the
most fertile soil in Langley 'lis
trlcts, cleared and in a high state
of cultivation; tram llae running
through *he'property; good mails
on till sides. Price $175 per acre
and up. Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
Do  You Want to Th0 9h
Sell Your Acreage
or City Property?
our branch    office    at    Kamloops we have received some of- the
best fruit lands in that
and get particulars.
'"
vicinity. Call
If so, we have clients open
to purchase property of all [lost
descriptions. Send your list
addressed to "Inland," P. 0.
Box 431, New Westminster.
Quick results guaranteed
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head  Office 451   Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Br.inch Office      -     -      Kamloops, B.C.
but   Q.ure   it
out.   i    ��� F.con-
n:/.-r s ive* 20 J
ol   ��� >���:.- fuel where
hir 1 c >al i, used and
with coal at ?;.oo a ton
:r. risingly short
'���>_';'       -. I   the   heading
''"'.'/,'/ mgepays for Itself."
* ���' ��� illu ttration In lower righ
���   !  corner showing Economizer
!: "" I '���!���   '!': I   fireatfuel 'aver is to
��� -'   a I inly on Gurney-Oxford Stoves.
Pays
it
Twin    screw,
11.900
tons.
The
largest
and
most   modern.
A:-
commodation
equal tc
i any
crosi-
Ing  the
Atlar
itic.
For Rate'
s and
Tickets
Apply
to
E.
GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
\Dt)e
���aneeWov
For
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to   '���      Design.
Furniture Rei
Woodwork of All I'
39  Alexander St.
II
lame < f f.c range illustrated.    It  is  a  steel
-;���'���<! a i cut shows is of a beautiful design.    The
top is the latest on any stove of similar oven dimen-
'tors.   Doth oven and warming closet arc fitted with a drop
door.    Note front cf stove,
top of stove ar
ana 	
Jrvoir,
\V��� I,.,,.,, m .i       ,   ���  "' "���"" ""'��� IIiK'] Shelf when desired.
We have many other designs in this great line
your inspection.
>y putting shaker on shank near
���   r    .    .. 'eivin8ashort turn, thc top 13 lifted to a convenient
IC for broiling or firing up.   Supplied wit!, or without reser
warming closet, etc.    Reservoir on either end
on our floor.   We invite
Itself.
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Market
BOWELL & ODDY
Corner  Eighth   St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
ADIES' SILVflR WATCH
Wltb gold chain, hetween tram of-
Bee and Third street. Suitahle reward for returning same to Dally
News office.
THE
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
-IX-
DAILY NEW
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Columbia Street
{.COTWQfidi
For all kinds of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave orders at
The  Arrow Press
Mrs. E. M. Dominy
near The Dally News Co.,
Street.
Pro.
609 Victoria
______
Try  a   "WANT"  ad
It will bring results.
In The
tievtt,
Mfe...
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NDAY,  SEPTEMBER   5,   1910.
THE DAIL\   NLWS.
PACK THllRK.
Automobile for Hire
Day  and   Night.
Telephone: Day 703. Night L611
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
At ���' " ani ..; mei ting of the a
' ������' ��� leties i t British Colun I . -
beld In i i in January last, dati
���' '  '  '   ; : '     ' tbe Province
were arrange I as follows:
First    Circuit.
VICTORIA MAN MAKES        CANADA IS LARGELY
VALUABLE DISCOVERY     ADVERTISED IN ENGLAND
CAPITAlv
(reserve
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
''��� ��� ���   ul      ge] -
Nanaimo     Sept.
Comox     Sept.
Cowlchan
The h lan Is ..,
Victoria     	
Prospector   Happens  on   Large   Mound
of   Infusorial   Earth���more   Useful
Than  Gold  cr  Silver.
orancbeB throughout Canada and
' foundland, anu In London, Eng-
, , sew York, Chicago and Spokane,
��Va and Mexhio City. A general
P'���_ine business transacted. Let-
'��� ,���.,,  issued,    available    with
odents in   all    parts of   the
ters
Cl   '   I
'savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in
sums  ol   |1   and  upward,
Brest allowei at 3 per cent, per
,,  (present  rate).
Total   Assets   over   $180,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
C. D. BRYMNER, .Manager.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Nfflce 'Phone na-     Barn 'Phon�� 13;
Columbia 8treet.
pjgg.ge   delivered    promptly   to
my part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
14 ar.d 15
16 and IT
22 and 2
;;8epL2SMid 24      victoria,    Sept.   4.-An   Interest,,,,
Sept   27 to Oct. ]   ';'   "'""'���   vvllil'!l promises to be profit-
N, and s. Saanlch Oct, 7 and g   lble '"r the man   who  found it
made recently by E. W. Elllotl
Second   Circuit.
was
a pros-
Eritons   Learn   This   Is   Not  a   Wilderness��� B. C. Tax on Outside Companies Is P.esen'ed.
Coquitlam      Sept. 20
Ridge,
Mission
Agassiz
Chilliwack
Londi n,   Sept.   l. ��� At   the   Walker
An gallery, Liverpool, the English art
world has had the opportunity of see-
Inj   an  assemblage <>f paintings, the
I work  of Canadian   li.  C.  A.'s,   which
In the   neighbor- has  been  an  eyi opener   as  to   the
He was   paddling growth of a leisured class it, the Do-
down the Fins..,- river with some In- mlnion  whlch ra;i  affoni  t0 develop
dlans
Uon it  is creating will cause the big
I manufacturers hei e   �� ho are In i o e
afflllatl m   wit!, the  piominenl    Bnan-
i icrs to w hom the i ro> Ince constantl;
��� i (or cheap money ���to give I
lsh Columbia a dig In the ribs whic-;,
the province Is likely to feel ti:
'��� it mav nut be r< ady to associate i
with effect,   n is also noticed on this
side that   many   Canadians   jou nai i
are quite    a      I en in ' heir crltl
nf tins action of the British Columbia
executive.
it being considered whal an enormous asset Lord Strathcona is to
Canada, it Is only fitting to remark
upon the widespread Interesl taken
bere in the attainment by this < i
nent statesman of his ninetieth year
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must br��
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
Btreel nnd Fifth avenue, where il wil J
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump*
garbage or rubbish of nny kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under tbe provisions of the Sanitary Bylaw.
By Order, S. J. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hall, June 13. 1010.
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
: ��� ctor of this   city,
hood of Quesnel.
Third    Circuit
.. . .Sept. 21 and 22
 Sept. 23   , c '""'.its  talents  In  this  Held   of   activity
....Sept. 27 and 28 ,"'"'t" ;""' had *usl P^sed the village  Thu8 one Bee8 [n how   wWe   a   fleld
Sept. 20, 21 and 22 ��l Quesnel whet, he saw a white bank Canada    is    being   advertised    quite
of earth on the right hand side of the|aPart  from   its   government   bureaus
'BURGOMASTER   COMING
WITH   MANY   NEW   HITS
Xicola       Sept.
Armstrong      Sept.
Vernon      	
Kamloops       	
Kelowna      	
Salmon  Ann    Sept.
Summerland      Oct.
j river which moused his curiosity.   He
IT
and 24
and  IS
and   its  active  railway
partments.
publicity    de-
Fourth Circuit.
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 6.  Westminster  Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
Ohone 661 Residence   Phone 133
p. 0. Box 395
Phone 730
McMurphy & Craig
Heating and  Plumbing
ill  Jubblng   Promptly   Attended   To
Colonial   Block
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watciea for Latlu-s from |12/5
IP.
Sliver Watches, gents' open face
|6.00,
Silver Watches, .wits' open case,
17.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
.��tches.
Watch repairing a sp^claltv.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
serious   manner   in   which   Canada   is
taking up empire defence.
Capit.il    and   Labor   Campaigns.
The cry,   "Still  they come,  missionaries   of    empire!"     Next     week     Sir
James     P.    Whitney     Is     expected     to
futher stimulate the abnormal actlvl-
his
13 and 14 told "'*' Indians to wait  and iinmedi-
.nt'V.o ?. ately wenl acro8s and expored it.   lie
Sent    28 SO   ,""'"1   l1   '"   ''*'  ;1   "":"">'   s'"'<   Of  Clay,
Sent   20 and 21   <,V"' 6ly llght' ::" ' ;l "i;i1 Bll��wed it
��� LUo be mi excellent polisher, Mr. Elliott brought away a sample and sent
It to K. VV, Hrock. Dominion govern-
menl geologist, and the report on it
wns so favorable that  he at once re
Surrey       Sept. 2:  turned, stalked 0 section of it   and has
Langley      Bept, 28 purchased it from the provincial gov- tics  of
Eburne    Sept. 'J'.' and 30 ernment
Ladner     Sept. 23 and 241    Bo Interested was Mr. Brock In thi
____���___-_____-_______^___ discover) that be is sending a specialist to examine It on the ground
He Bays ii is not clay, bul an unusu
ally tine quality of diatomaceous, or crlket team is another factor tending
Infusorial earth which is used very to popularize the Dominion In general
largely for polishing and making and Its cricket playing areas In par-
scouring soap. Owing to its porous tieular. The average Englishman denature It has also heen used as a hold- votes so much time to sport and has
er of nitroglycerine in the manufac- bo many opportunities for Indulging In
. ture of dynamite,    tt  Is   non-conduc- names and contests of all kinds that
Train    ScrVICC   New  ,,,r of heat, which quality, in connec- he is often curious and skeptical as to
. j'1'"1 with Its lightness of wei. ht, has how he is to fare in this respect in a
Westminster extended its use as a packing mate- "blooming colony."   That the Zingaris
rial for safes, steam pipes, boilers.and
Departures. jas a fire-proof material  In general. In
"The Burgomaster," a musical comedy In a new dress, thanks to Cus. C
W
sr
Tenders for Steel Castings.
The corporation requires tenders
for steel castings for the new pipe
Hue. Plans, specifications and further
dot:,lis call he obtained from .1. W. B.
Blackman, city engineer. Tenders
will   be  received  up  to  September  <>���
V   " ""���������>.    ""���"-  "������;��� mm, bv the underslgnoi.
ttenhurg,   who.  hy  the   way.  will  he ..,        r��rmnAv   ,-t... ,'i���.i
,      '           .  .     ,          .      ,   ��� . \\. A. 1)1 Nt AN. ( itv ( lork.
<oen in his   original   part   of   Peter All)JI]Bt 23   1910
One might mention also the mission stuyvesant, the burgomaster of New
of Admiral Klngsmlll, which must lm Amsterdam, will be the strong attrac-
press upon the British admiralty the'
CANADIAN PACIfIC
RAILWAY CO.   i
tion at the Opera house on Wednesday. The book has heen slightly altered, to better it. the dialogue brightened up. and dancing numbers all
gone over and several new ones introduced: many catchy, lilting, whls-
tleable songs Interpolated, while all
the original hits have been retained.
province in   pressing  its The costuming rearranging and a gen-
chums upon the attention of capital ,,,.,,,    compiete   renovation    wlll    be
and labor.   Mr. Mil.1 an Goldle arrives
today to inaugurate another campaign
in the same direction of Nova Scotia.I,
The   tour   of  tho Toronto   Zingarl
CITY  OF   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
noted.
Mr.  Weinburg will  be supported  by
a company of fifty people, Including
the original  Kangaroo Girls.
Tendesr for Cast  Iron Specia's.
The corporation Is desirous of receiving tenders for cast iron spe :lal8
for the new water main, Plans u] eel-
fictitious and further particulars can
ho obtained from .1. w. B. Blackman,
city engineer. Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 5
p.m. <>r Beptember 12, 1910.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
August 30, 1910,
made a good  . I. C. C. team sit up indicates that Canada may feel  strong
5:46���To Seattle, Port Moody, Uar-
nett and Vancouver.
s: nn���To Vancouver.
9:15���To Montreal, Xicola, Vancouver and local points,
1 Fi:05���To St. Paul. Kootenay points
and Sumas.
16:45���To Vancouver and local
points, Agassiz and local points.
19:35���To Montreal and Okanagan
points.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
Arrivals.
Montreal.
to compete In the test
matches which have made Australia
famous.
British    Columbia's   Tax.
Turning to a more serious subject,
��� i-  one  bears   a  good    many    growls    in
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3V4  to 25 H.  P.
*. 2 and 4 Cycle.
v^
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New  Westminster.
~,:\'\���From
Port   Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From     Agassiz,
and local points.
16:15���From Vancouver.
18:45���From     Vancouver,
and local points.
20:40���From Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal    and
1 oints.
ED GOULET, Agent C,
H.   C.   B.   FOSTER,  A.  G.   P.
couver.
Vancouver,
Okanagan,
Vancouver
Seattle
Nicola
P. R.
A., Van
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver  Landings
The  New Sternwheeier
S. S. PAYSTRCAK
Leaves Brarkman-K*r Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
Pas*'n. 01* antt tVeight  aa follows:
l.o.'.ics Now Westminster Tuesday
*>    1 lay awl Saturday at 8 a. in.
l.e.vvs ��� .iHHwack Weduesday, Fri
toy and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First CRass Passenger Accommodation
KOYAl CITY NAVIGATION CO.. Ltd.
New   Westminster.
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
W. E. Walsh      W. E. Walsh, Jr,
Factory, 226 Utd ?!.
New  Weittri!Aster,  B.C.
Phone 413.
We   make   a   specialty  of   flr
doors, steamed and kiln dried.
Germany it is used for the prepara- enough
tion of artificial fertilizers, especially
in the absorption of liquid manures.
it, the manufacture of waterglass, of
\tnious cements, of glazing for tiles,
artificial stone, of ultramarine and
rious pigments and analine colors of manufacturing circles about the ac-1
ptiper. sealing wax, gutta percha oh- tlon of the provincial government of
Jects, fireworks. Swedish matcheB, |British Columhla in imposing a tax1
solidified bromide, scouring powders of $25(1 on registered limited liability!
papier macho, and a variety of other companies doing business In the prov-!
objects, and there is a large and Ince and the demand for registration,
Steadily  growing  demand  for  It. j which   it  is  claimed   involves  dlsclos-1
In preparation the material is usual- lng more or less private details in rally lirst roasted superficially to extract   gard to their affairs.    The Canadian-
I organic matter, and nearly all water jborn representative of one of the old-
present   and then transferred to flame est and wealthiest, companies export-
or muffle surfaces.   The earth is then  [ng largely to Canada  was   very out-
I ground to a fine powder between roll-  spoken  in regard to the "Petty plovers and sieves. At this stage It should   lnclallsm"   of   this    move    which    he
contain   less  Hum  one   per   cent   of claims Is likely to Injure  Hritish Co-
water.    The product  should be used lumbia.   llis point of view is that the
the same day, or before the moisture revenue obtainable by  this tax  must
could be re-absorbed. i be, In any case, an Insignificant trifle
A   new   use    for   this   diotomaoeous  iU,d that on the other bund the Irrlta-
e.uth is in connection with the manu
i fact me  of  gramaphones.      For   thisl-'
purpose it Is boiled with Bhellac. Thel
[Canadian  production of this material
daring the year 1908 was only thirty
tons, valued tit $195.
Mr. Elliott has sent, a sample of the
I part li   to   the   Hei liner   Qratnaphone
people,  who import the   material   at
e piesent time from South A mei lea
The material will be put on the market in  the  very  rear future, as soon
us there is a  rail vay to carry it out.
and tlle result will he the. addition of
another source of wealth to the people
of this province.
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert"  and "Prince George"
3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���13', '2   Knots
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) MONDAYS and FRIDAYS
at  11:30 P.M. for PRINCE  RUPERT  and   STEWART.
Monday's steamer makes close connection at Prince Rupert with
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Masset, Kincolith, Naas Hay, Charlotte
City, Lockeport, Jedway, Ikeda Hay. etc.
Friday's steamer makes close connection at Prince Rupert with
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Massett, Kincolith, Naas Hay, etc.
Leaves'Vancouver (Johnston's Whsrf) WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS   at   2   P.M.   for   VICTORIA  and   SEATTLE.
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 Stre-t. Vancouver.    Phone 7100.
GENERAL   AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
-' vV/WK-*>���,
The
REPORTER   ROSE   HIGH.
Nev��
du-
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon and Sixth St.  New
Westminster B. C. Phone 354.
JOHN   DOBSON,  Manager.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
228 Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
oases accepted. Terms from
116 weeklv. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING I
Estimates  Given  on  Any  Kind
ot Job   Printing
Phone  388
New Westminster lo New Westminster
Via
saj��9
Steveston nnd Vanconver
Str. TRANSFER
Leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P.  M. dally except Saturday, a
on Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Ticket, at B.  C.  B. R. ticket ofUce and on hoard ^"JT^JJ
tr'c cars leave Steveston every hour  ion the half-nom
"er.
See the   Famous  Fra.er   River Canneries. Vancouver, Etc	
Hound trip tickets to Steveston, Saturday afternoons. *i.
Startling   Career   of    Germany's
Official   of   First   Rank.
Tie  assumption  of  his Offcla
ties ibv tbe new German Secretary of
.sUi*    for forei.n affairs.    Herr    von
i Kidetiin-Waechter,    which    has   -just
| taken  place,  serves to emphasize the
fact  that   the real  controller of Ger-
many'S foreign policy and the virtual
"boss" of   the   imperial   government
is   an   ex-journalist���Privy   Councllloi
llauimann���now the senior member of
the permanent staff of the foreign office.
Herr Itammann was a comparatively unknown newspaper wiiter
.when some seventeen years ago, be
attracted the attention of the Imperial
i chancellor of that, period. General
Count Caprlvl, by writing a pamphlet
on the best methods of combating the
alarming growth of the Socialist
movement In the Kaiser's dominions.
count Caprlvl was so Impressed by
the talent revealed in that essay that
|,o brought about Herr Hainmniin'R
appointment to control the press department of the German foreign office.
This department,exists to enable
the German government to keep a
close griii both on the home and foreign newspaper press. It is fully rec-
oani/ed ln Berlin that press inspiration Is one of the most important adjuncts of government, and that It Is
worth while maintaining a separate
lepartment of the foreign office simply and solely for the purpose of influencing the newspapers of the world j
in a way calculated to serve Ger- ]
niany'B Interests. I
The task has been under PVIyy
Councillor Flananiann's management
for a decade and'a halt..and In discharging his duties, he has made himself the most powerful man In the
German empire, next to the kaiser.
Having disposed of the last,   secretary  of state,  Privy councillor  Ham-
mann gave a fresh proof of his power
by   creating   the   new    secretary   of
Btate     Herr    von    Kiderlin-Waechter.
This'appointment  was  all   the  more
I remarkable  because,  the   kaiser   had
hong   regarded    Herr   vonx Klderlln-
Iwaechter with deep disfavor, and, in
fact had refused to speak to him for
sixteen vears, and the fact that Privy
Councillor    Hammann     could     bring
ibout the nomination to this post of
. man who had incurred the kaiser's
disfavor to this extent ls an amazing
indication of the   ex-journalist's   predominant influence.
Edmonds Development Co.,
Limited
Authorized Capital   -   -   -   $25,000
In 250 Sharw of $100 Each, Fully Paid Up and Non-Astessable
BOARD OF  DIRECTORS.
Charles ft. Gordon,  Esq.,  President.
Benjarrln  0,  Walker.  tU,, , P.      ItdJ-r gjjjd^ Vice-Pres.    OuflSId ft. J.t erson, Es,
Percv B   Brown, Esq. Artnur Braaiey, esq.
BANKERS: MERCHANTS BANK OF CANADA, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The above company was formed in February of this year, and duly registered under the Company's
Act of 1897 wi.l, the main object of acquiring properties In New Westminster's beautiful suburb of Ed
monds. upon   tbe    Hnrnaby    Heights, and developing and building upon same.
The settler or the Investor has only to glance at the general development of Kdmonds With n the
M twelve months and to note In particular the work accomplished by the Kdmonds D����lmt Com-
pany ln the district, to see at a glance where lies the choicest fleld In the neighborhood of New Westminster for safe investment and splendidly situated  and  healthy residence.
Whilst the Kdmonds Development Company is in the best se se of the word a co-operative foundation and considers the claims of Its Investors as prior to all others, where the development of property
bv means of the company's funds Is sought: it tales also into the fullest consideration the claims ot
the settler who wishes to acquire pro, erty In the neltrhborhodfl, OT, having land, wishes to build a home
thOTThose operations in really und construction which the Rdmon'i Development Company has   already
undertaken In Burnaby during the current year, have shown a ne: return to Investors, upon the capital
subscribed to date, of over 25 per cent., and during the seven rr nths of the Company ��� active exist-
ence thev have acquired at cheap cost some very valuable permanent assets In tbe district, among which
may he mentioned that splendidly situated triansular business lol at the junction of the Vancouver and
Kdmonds roads, and bungalow sites upon fhe IstteT hlfhwar,
With the ohlect of immediately extending the field of the Company's operations, the Directors o'
the Kdmonds Development Company. Ltd., now propose to place Upon the market a further block of $10.
000 worth of stock, and ther look with confidence to residents of the districts of New Westminster
and of Burnaby and Kdmonds In particular, to respond in subscribing for shares In the Company.
The stock of the Kdmonds Development Company h��s never been advertise 1 or "boomed. The
occasion for such has never arisen. The corporation has hitherto gone smoothly along, making Inter-
est quietly and steadily, and Its directors have touched none but safe and profitable lamtmenU, whilst
manv of its shareholders have considerably increased their holdings.
Applications for stock may be made upon the following form, which should be cut out and forwarded to the unde'-signed: m I
Kncloaed find $ for deposit on    share. ... ot the stock of the Kdmojrfs Develop-
nertt Company, Ltd.    Bulanct to he  paid In  nine monthly  Instilments of $  r.. each.
Occupation  Address ...'.	
Date  Signature	
.    .....   *.
WALTER S. ROSE, Secretary-Treasurer
Merchants Bank Building / New Wettmin��ter, B.C. p
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PACK POUR.
THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY,   SEPTEMBEf
The Daily Mews
Published by Tne Dally .News Publlsr,-
trg Company, Limited, at -.;.��� :-    B , ��� a
Corner   of    McKi nzie   an l    Victoria
Streets.
t  A.  Paige Managing   Director
MONDAY,   SEPTEMBER   5.   1910.
B.   C.    IS   ATTRACTIVE.
Canada  in Lcner.,! and  British  Columbia   it,   j);.nhult:'.   has   attracted  r���
LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Norm   Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE    EMPORIUM.
PHONE   73.       716-713  COLUMBIA  ST.,   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
R E M E M B
ER   WE   CLOSE   AT   6    P.M.    SATURDAYS, 10 P. M.
<  dte a li rke ntir her of visitor, from      ���.,.-,. :���.neve the railwav  ��� in  U. S. MERCHANT   MARINE
<;-. il  ''!itain this year.   Whilst many  nas   airea(}y   shown   some   sympathy
of   these,   taking   advantage   of   tbe! with the spirit of this resolution, and j
rapid and ns of travel  ffe.liop<  the result wlll be a strength-1
now   existing   between   the   mothei   ening 0I- their policy to enforce the
RAPIDLY    DISAPPEARING
"In case of war the Ui Iti . SI ti s
could :. il embark a single army division or 20,000 men on  American   bot-
lies
'��� '  >-'   ''      ���"������  were <-'������ adoption of protecUve appliances ��� -   ���     ..        . ���  .   Pa ^lan-
pie       ���     ent,      t a  fi w  have I
; ���   ��� ��� '        i(alists
t  r     ��� Recently we
ed to I      presi    e ln
i ���   ��� .       rid tl ree otl er
well !        i noblemen,
I er thi        ��� " est mi
i ine  of   the   p trty,   Lor !
Dunmon
e
an    ' I   Itta   . a   ���
1 tly In com
I i  Preml      ."        le.     '��� .������ d
i expi
erlenci
CREW ABANDONED VESSEL,
SIXTEEN HEN ARE SAFE
all le\, ii   -. at any rate these tic coast," says a  New York  marine
In populous ���������"���   :'''  ''������'���  '' ,v- '���"���:]u :  para;
 of an ettlng foi     the        ;
ination from the sei s ol the   \ u-
ant marfni     !.        g sta-
- on to Bay:
"In  IS     then   n   si       ed In A
��� ��� ���   i 33.1 pi      ei all ��� he
tntry;
in 181     .      er i
li   1889,   14.3 per cent, and   In   1899,
only 8.9 pe    cenl     In   other   wo
e of < -  and   Im-
l orts to   1899
100  j er cent,   I  ���
led 1      ������������ .   I an   t essi Is   d
til   today   i;    ���
ticall,     ���      ��� li
"Many  ri i ed   why
T>/*t**3   tr**,,
~&��
AVi
Twenty Believed to H. ve Perished o,'
Atantic���Rescued   Sailors   in
Terrible  Condition.
i   s di . Si i it.   I    Slxteei
j whl Irty-slx men   jvho c im] Used the mi ��� ild not be al-
.".       the i        of the Brit ii       ���     ei  Wi s ]  ��� ' ���   ' '  '���  '   ���''   ������    ' '       ������  ~s
'   '       ,:      !   Point, wl : :.  ; ok lire and -   u l<  ed Chief among  these t
���  ������  : othei   land  has  been   im-|wben four days oul  from Glasgow, to which have back qJ them n
pn the wonderful ehai     er i S   i  . d t he Ley- fence'    I:' I ' ''
��� and the wealth of valua- land ii!:'' steamer Di ,-onian, which is under the national  '   -      en   b
...    ,. sieaming  toward   Bosti as necessary between the country and
With    Which   this   prOV- ' , , . |,���r  j!.,,,,,,   nnoeocolnno       !'<.-��� ���,:���. ������ mn
Tne other twentv men, who were ln lle! distant pos e -. -. ki . i . i in.
the captain's boat, are bellev&J to necttons are regarded as instrument-
have been lost    Tiie Devonian,    ac- ���''> >�� pushing trade."
e just recently recent      i       i ���    ellent range < desl
...       e trimmed Bcrlm, colon : I fancj  net. We shall Boon hai
, our ci   ivded condition al presi ul n adt ring lt i
I       week we hope to be using oui  ne�� additl in    il   . I
li    i      pieted ive musl be In as Boon as pi i     wi
Comi       I see the surprising changes we have mad
Cn i, Musl       plain and i i wide range of    strlkli
	
a. :    , In cathedral, floral and    el      tti 	
ard	
.
Openworked Striped Scrim
\ stylls    curtaining for this   i    on, comes In white and Paris shade-;  \c
yed in this Bei \ Iceable creatl ��� for window draping.   From, per yard
ince is i ndowed.
���   Wi -' .. in ter has not .one un-
noti    ;.    n I b] e has enjoved a share ���" rding t i a despatch from St. John s,
In the attention from some of the vis- Newfoundland, tonight, picked up     i
i'<   .-.     On   Friday
of   well-
men at   '���'���.
o'clock  Thui idaj   morn-
CANADIAN   PACIFIC   RAILWAY   CO.
a   party   ui   wen- lng whi!e in |atitude 47.20 north. They
known   Hritish   financiers,  some  with   were in    a terrible    condition    from I
Interests In undertakings in the prov-|hunger and exposure.
According to the story that Captain   '
Commencing Sunday, August 21, the
train for Kootenay, St. Paul and Chi-
leave at 15:05    instead    of
16:25.
Figured Scrim
Almost as pi pular as it was !
ible colorings.   Per yard.
���tlon of new designs   in a ��� ���
ince, paid a visit to this citv.    These
_������ ,.    ,   c.-   n ��� .   ���        iTrant gleaned from the rescued men,,
were Capt. Sir George Prescott, Bart., the  v-,.s;   ,,oint  ,ef,  G!asgow A       t'      Passengers   for   Port     Moody    and
a  wealthy  Englishman,   Mr.   Mackey  ig, and four davs Inter the shit, tookjBal?et can leave at  ir':4�� ?nd arrlve'
Edgar, one of the best known men on  flre.   The crew were obliged to aban-  at Po:t -Mood-v ut 1S:-'-    Ld- Goulet.
Threadneedle    street,    and     Messrs :,,(;n  !he  vessel  on  August  29,   when ,agenl
Chapman  and    Lowe.    Thev     ---     c hundred miles off Cape Race
.
were
highly  pleased  with  the  Royal  City,;
whilst the signs of prosperity   every-!
LAND   ACT.
STEAMBOAT   CAMP   DEAL.
Dis-
  New Westminster Land  District.
where  apparent  served  to strengthen  Sale of International Claims by Gibson trict  of   New  Westminster,
their faith  in  the splendid  prospects         Bros.,  Chilliwack,  for $150,000. Take notice    that John    Ferdinand
of the country.   Among other men of'     Hope, li. C, Sept. 4.���The first big Bag.gs. of Nelson    Island,   occupation
distinction lust now with us is Mr deal has Just been comI)let',J in the farmer, intends to apply for permis-
T .       , ',new Steamboat camp ot, Skagit river  sion  to  purchase the    following    de-
Justice   Grantham,   a   notable    occu- ,in tlie sa!e of the international claims scribed lands:
pant ol the British judiciary bench, owned by Gibson Bros., of Chilliwack,' Commencing at a post planted
who, v.i'h beadq irters in Vancou- to John Vinson, of Spokane. The con- ahout one mile northeast from the
���(     j    .;,   .��� ��� _   , | ;.v time in icol-. slderatlon was $150,     This    group head  of  Billings  bay, and about    4o
in
Plain and Stencilled Casement Cloth
The correct noveity in curtail draping.    Some exclusive patterns in stencilled floral desigi
triped effects.   Also in plain cream and ecru.   From, per yard      45c t   |
���   ei   the  country.    Sir   Wil .
is close to the international boundary chains easterly -from the southeast
line, being about four miles from the corner of timber lot number 37341,
Grantham is i | tlcal agriculturist original Steamboat claims owned by thence north 40 cliains, thence east
ai irell as a clever judge, and he _s Greenwall L Stevens. The cash con- 40 chains, thence south 40 chains.
naturally  finding  a  great deal  to in- si(iera!ion was $10, i thence   west   40  chains  to  point    of
terest In  the  agricultural  Indus ;     Mr' Stevens- a Ijalt  owner in    'he Commencement, containing  160  acres
mural Indus- steamboat   group, is making   labora- more or less.
tory tests and expects to have a gang I
b        this district
The devotion of so much attentl ���   of men at work    all    winter.    Living
on   the   part  of   Englishmen   of   jn. auarters  are  now  heing constructed.
flnence,  wealth  and  position,  cannot 1***1*?!��**!���". T ,T'fn? ? T*
I an active camp is  looked for during
the greatest  advantage to|the coming season.    B. A.  Jennings,
of Nevada, who owns one of the extensions of the Steamboat group, has
JOHN FERDINAND BAGGS.
i'   ed An   ist 29, 1910.
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF SUITS
Arrived Saturday afternoon, and tbis included a smart array ��f ladies' cults in rougb chi
and I  oadcloth.    We do not intend to keep these in stock very lorm. they are marked I
 n0 hold up prices on Smith's ready to wear���and this is an Inducement for early buying I I
minute styles, skirts In banded, pie.ued and pant-lied effects and coats the newest modi
the factory.
Specially Priced $16.50, $20.00 and $25.00
Bri'ish Columbia. So favorably Impressed as all our visitors have been
by what they have seen, they will
have much of interest to communicate
to their friends upon returning home.
The good name tind high repute of
our province will thus be favorably Increased and we may expect to receive
a much extended measure of attention
and support for future developments.
In this respect the Royal City will, we
feel sure, receive its due share.
LEVEL   CROSSINGS.
We notice that among the several
useful resolutions adopted by the
Dnion of Canada Municipalities at its
annual "invention at Toronto, is one
dealing with the i uestlon of level rail-
wai crossings over roads. The resolution   was  as follows:
"In view of tbe rapid development
thro ��� ' o it the Dominion and consequent greater danger to the trav. ling
Pnh Ic ' level railway crossings, that
,,!; l nion ii,< morlallze the hoard of
rallwaj commissioners for Canada re-
:���������' ������ .���.'.������, shy of rcijiiinng the
rallwaj al t nee to pro < e I with tl e
const! ctloi ol effi tive works and
eppllam es at thi lr owi cost foi
convenience and safi ty of the tra n 1-
Ing public."
a fine showing of free milling ere
which he is planning to develop in
the near future. Messrs. Grant &
Thompson on the other extension
have a force of men at work and are
obtaining good values in tlieir ore.
WED., SEP. 7
WED., SEP. 7
Forest Fire Losses.
Seattle, Sept. 4.���Approximately
100,000 acres of timbered and cut over
lands in Washington have been tiurn^
ed over by destructive fires that have |
swept over various sections of Western Washington this season. Close to
$600,000 has been spent so far in fighting forest fires.
Harry Tidy, Manager.
I
Rear   Admiral   Rees   to   Retire.
Washington, D.  C,   Sept.   4���-Rear:
Admiral  Corwin  P.  Rees, commander i
of the naval station in Hawaii, retired j
today  on   account    of   age.      Admiral
Rees is  a native  of Ohio,  and  gi ad-'
uated  from  the  United States naval
academy i:, 1866.
Many Vessel:- Built.
Washington, Sept. I. -One hundred
nnd twenty-seven sail and ste^irn vessels of a total cio.-'s tonnage of 14,020
were built In the United states dm
ing the month of August, according tr,
a report by the bureau of navigation.
Many    Die    From    Cholera.
Rome,   Sept,   3.���During    the   ptist.
il       oui    hours   twenty   new   cases
' r cl oleia and seventeen deaths Cron
i ���    dlsea -e were reported.
PIXLEY & LUDERS' MUSICAL MASTERPIECE
-THE-
Burgomaster
Why! The Idea.    Is It Possiple ?
GUS C. WEINBERG-Himself
The original Peter Stuyvesant, and the same Big Company of Favorites, including that Bewitching
Chorus of
KANGAROO GIRLS
Seats On Sale At Tidy's Florist Store.
At last a Positive Cure has been found for
ASTHMA
in the Now Famous INDIAN HERB CURE
Manufactured and put up in Victoria, B. C, by J. F. Fitzpatrick,
Address:    628 Hornby, Vancouver.    Phone  R 4S45.
Coming  to  New  Westminster Shortly���address   later.
This Is one more proof of the pfflicacy of the Asthma Cure.   Hear
what  the Victoria lady has to say ahout the Asthma Cure.
. 1128 North Park St..
Victoria, B.C., October 28, 1909.
Mr. Fitzpatrick. .
I am writing this to let you know what a great 'relief I have rouna
your asthma   cure.   I have suffered from asthma fur ten years, an
have tried so many different remedies and  have found  nothing tn��
have . Iven me such great relief as your asthma   cure,   and by
tlnuallv taking it, 1 think I will Iind it a cure.
MRS. MAV WITTY.
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I ChambcrliiVs
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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
each, terms spread over 3 years.
Choice Acre facing Seventh Avenue and
hacking on Hamilton Street. $2G00, only 5500
down.
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We have the Exclusive Sale of several tracts
of Acreage in the Port Mann townsite.
See Us For Prices and Terms
DWELLING HOUSES
See our list of Residences for Sale situated
in all parts of the city.   Terms Reasonable.
Oliver Typewriters. 10, 12 and 15 inch carriages. Small Cash Payment of $5 per month.
Call in and see one.
WHITE, SMILES Si GO., New Westminster Agents ^^^*^r**_*\
m
DAY,
SEPTEMBER
5,   1910.
1 HE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FlVft
SPORTING NEWS
iBif
IK
IS
LAST HOPE
WESTMINSTER SENIORS
MEET CAPITALS TODAY
toon Bellies   Will
, .rosse Ability of
Test
Fam-
Secbnd    Place   In   the  B.  C.  Amateur
Lacrosse League Will   Be Decided
Today at Victoria.
IBS
Fighter Today.
.   i   ���  nati ur
^^^^^^^ ^^^ seniors
- today, wh  they will battle with the
��� ,.,. team  planned  to Capitalist!   for second   place  In
irprli e on Con Jones jleague.    Vane mver  has  aire idy
ll la :i!l ""';   Th,'i" la nexed the championship und
...; ih;it the expecta-  ....
Hums    plaj   KHmarnocl   Cup    pul  away
I,,.,,-   to    the  : somewl ere near  False creek,
tie's und so it   bul  Vlct0rla :']"i Westminster nre not
going to lei   ;i  little thing like thai
���    ���
lei ���    ,he���.
r I oininy
,     struck
l , salmon Be
bas
in
the
an-
the
col,|
ll
paj
Con  iu   his    own
:   ,!   gone   wrong
,. |, en wbo play lacrosse
.,,   on the field they
'   be ,.,,,,,, uted by -lurk John-
, ti hell, Al   Kauffman,
A(l Wolgasl  and Jim Cor-
course, lf
I
bul  something did    go
made
, nts   wi re   a
ii,-i on; had their unl-
i m in fact, bul late
began   to  co ne
i d the wh ile Belie   -
; rrested for spee I-
Kauffman and  Lang
ii Philadelphia and
I  ey could nol  le    e
ei son tlckel for a
,   ,   "\.  and he di I
. lng   himself    oni e
tllng Nelson,
coming i Ighl aloi ;.
am ' hi ,-  the  rumor
! | e othei s  we e not'
fused to tackle I be
-   ;; witboul profest li tial
��� led effort wus i
.   .   v. I.n   had   i een
i' e flrst  ballol  on ac-
rd   he   made  tit   his
peal anee,   bul   be   wus
.   Icki n on  his  t am h
nd could not come.
i p.   The men thai play |
will    be    lacrosse
c thai   have  played
��� i all season,   Ow lng
t thai  ir  was almost  a cer-
i  fighters would be here,
!   Doughy  Spring took
lay and i i e away iliu.nin^ clams,
e Gifford    and    Pete
-. nrlll be on the job, the form-
on the defence and the
le home.
arts   tii   11 iioo   o'clock '
burn, of  Victoria,  will
li and If it  gets too rougb  he
Msb it.   an l    in the meantime
11    The following is the j
ter line up;
;   Int, Galbralth;  cover
G    ird;  first defence, .1. Glf- j
��� fence, Buck Marshall;
Hughle Gifford; centre
third home, W. Turn-
home,    Feeney;     first
L. Turnbull;   outside  home, G.
I e I.mne, Latham.
Interfere with good  lacrosse,
wi en '    Several of the boys lefl on Saturday
for the capital and the rest  went on
Sunday.    The    locals    heat    Victoria
badly the lasl game played, bul since
t hen  thej   reci h ed  a  Bhameful  lick
Ing al the hands   of Vancouver   and
...     | may nol be so certain as t he last time
'"  ' "ng they wenl  to Victoria.    However, today's i ame ������������ ill d< clde which is   I be
bi ��� tei team.
The Westminster men will line up
MAPLE LEAF MEN MADE
CIRCUIT ELEVEN TIMES
Alert
Shy
Some  Good     Men,    Only
Hung  Up  One  Tally���Fred  Lynch
Umpired,  Eastern  Style.
Ti
il :���
e Maple l.eal's showed a Burpi Is-
reversal of form on Sat unlay
when thej demolished the Alerts by
a seme of eleven runs to one. Storm
was back In the game pitching for
the winners and la's rest seems to
have made him Invincible. The Abuts
could not lan l on him at all. He pitched lour Innings aud then McMurphy
went in to the box and had equal sac-
cess, the Alerts getting about only
one good hit  during the entire game.
Then the Maple Leafs had a man
from .Millside on first and that helped a lot. Hankey was his name and
lie certainly could play ball. He had
all the little tricks of the hush
leaguer, bui that did nol Interfere
much with his playing. He was right
on the job at lirst an I he could bat
with the besl of them.
The .Mens did nol haw- their regular team on. They missed catcher
Starr badly. Poupore pitched, bul Ii -
seen ed to be off color. The Leafs hit
him freely. Most of the bits were
long ilys which should have been easy
for tbe Alert fielders, bul the Alerts
did
NATIONALS ACCEPT BARB
AND YORKE AS BEFEBEES
Frenchmen   Now   Busy   Packing   Their
Haversacks for Trip to  Westminster In Quest of the Cup.
follows:       Ccal.     Coutts;     nnlnt I
Munn.  cover point, Patchell;   flrsl    ,l"  !"/"""> /'> '��ave    anybody
fenci       Patch. i     defence, Ithere wli0 could ''"Hl a bal1'
R ei tson: third defi re Gregory;
cent re, McKenzie; tlii:1'! I ome, Archibald; second home, Kenny; fli I
hon e, .1. Gin or I. oul : le hi me, C.
��� .: Insl le i ��� tne, Hun e or Bat 'sou.
BREAKDOWN Of KETCHEL
HAS CAUSED NO SURPRISE
I consequence  was  that  two  or  three
 In sevei al t lines when I here
Bhould have been a man out.
Fred   Lynch  acted  as  umpire.    He
had e\ Idenl ly    been    learning    si  tie
while he was away on the trip
east, for he pul on a mask and stood
All doubts as to whether or not the
Nationals would he here to play the
Minto Cup matches were set at rest
on Saturday night when Secretary ll.
Ryall received the following telegram:
"Will accept Han- and Yorke to
referee games.    A. Lecours."
Tbat settles it. All that now remains is for the Nationals to climb
on a train and come right out. here
fact. The first game is to be played
on September IT and that will give
th" Frenchmen just about time to gel
here and become familial- with the
scenery  before the start   to  play.
i'orke and Hair were two Oi the
referees suggested by New Westminster and so there is no kick on tbat
score, and the Vancouver men can be
relied on to give both teams a fair
deal.
Tbe beating that the Frenchmen
got in Montreal on Saturday took
some weigh! off the minds of the cup
holders who had begun to view with
alarm the long sti lng of \ Ictoi les
that  the Nationals were annexing,  it
Is   supposed   lure   that   the   Nationals,
out ba\ing cinched the championship, did
I ne  nol   put   a   strong  team   in   i be  fiel I.
but even at  that, eight  to three is    a
bad  beating  for the last  game of the
season.
The only regular that will nol be in
shape to meet them when tbey come
here is Tom Rennie, whose shoulder
las not   healed sufficiently    to allow
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behind the batter when there was no blm to play on the same    street   as
lone on a base.    He also hollered out Newsy Lalonde and liis merry men.
the   strikes   and   balls   in   a   manner      Some effort  has been made by the
vastly  appreciated  by  the  crowd.       [officials  of  tbe   provincial   exhibition
Speedy   Fighter Said   to   Have Taken
Peer   Care   of    His    Health���Comparison With Young Corbett.
The teams weie as fellows:
Maple Leafs���Catcher, Smith; pitchers, storm ami McMurphy: lb, Hankey; 2b, Silver; ss. Bilodeau; 3b,
I loach: If, Jamieson; cf, Dignan: if,
Hanford.
Alerts���Catcher, Brown; p, Poupore; lb. O'Reilly; 2b, McPhail; ss.
Class; 3b, Fitzgerald; lf. Sayce; cf,
Carter:  rf. Sharpe.
Standing  of the   League.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Alerts S     7      .533
Balmorals    7      8      . 4H7
Maple Leafs 7     7      .500
to lane the Minto Cup matches played
off tit the fair, but it is Improbable
that tl.ey will meet with success, as
the Nationals have already arranged
to come out on the dates fust, suggested.
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal^Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.^You can sure get it at
COLUMBIA STREET
fc-VEJt.  IWBJ Jl
Tim
er
B.C. Mills
and  Trading
Co.
T. I'. Magtlligan, a well known San
Francisco Bporting wiiter, has the following to .-a> ol Stanley Ketchel:
The reported breakdown of Ketchel
will   be  received   by  bis  local  friends   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
with considerable sorrow, but with no! 	
wonderful amount of surprise. Nationals   to   Play   Vancouvers.
Every follower of the light game in Vancouver. Sept. 4.���The Montreal
ibis city knows that Ketchel has been Nationals last night wired Con Jones
taking \ery poor care of liis health for that tbey would play the Vancouvers
a long time. exhibition   matches  on  September  L'S
Possessed   of   a   rather   emotional and October 1.   The dates have been,
temperament, it was not hard for Ket- accepted by the local management.
ehel  to go  the  wrong  way.     He  was 	
like  a   spoiled  child,  and   fell   for the'       Football   Match   This   Morning,
baubles  of  the   limelight   as   hard  as I    A   football   match  between   selected
Madris Turns Lawyer.
Mexico  City,  Sept.   4.���Dr.   Madris. I
deposed president of Nicaragua, is to j
practice law in this city.
Manufacturers and  Dealers ln  All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH,  SHINGLES,  SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED   WORK,   FISH   BOXES-     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY  GLASS.
BRITISH  FOOTBALL.
any   boxer   since  the  days  of    Young
Corbett.
in many respects Ketchel and
Young Corbett were alike. Both were
excellent rlngmen, and both fought on
the level, bul they lived at a rate that
would kill a Pittsburg millionaire.
Burned Up Their Youth.
Young Corbett was all in long before bis time. The fast life the Den-
I verite led put him out of lt at a time
i when he should have just been at his
best, and it now looks as though Ketchel is ready to follow in the footsteps of the  lit11 o  Denver boxer.
Fp at Reno o'.ose friends of the middleweight    champion    commente 1   on
iis poor appearance.    Ketchel looked
teams will be played at Moody square
this morning, kick-off at ten o'clock.
Any man claiming distinction as a
kicker  is  invited to the  grounds.
Port Mann To Be
Busy For Yearsj
(Continued From Page One)
No
More
Dust
Royal^City Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster
Box  137
n
Mr. Mackenzie and his associates has
been approved by his company, known
as    the    Canadian Collieries,  limited,
.,,��� v   ,.,,, _,  wliich recently purchased for $11,000,-
far from being the dashing handsome1000 tbe holdings of James Dunsmuir
spectacular youth who beat Joe Thomson Vancouver island. Improvements
as, Hugo Kelly, Billy Papke and that j In the form of all the latest and most
'modern mining equipment will be in-
Sept.  I.���Following are the
'  ���   old    country     football
played yesterday:
First Division.
l: Woolwich  Arsenal,  1.
��� County, 1 ;  Notts Forest. 1.
1 nlted, 0; Bristol Cltv, l
" Villa, 1;  Oldham. 1.
"ni.aiii   H,,t   Spur,   '.',:   Sheffield        .  , ���
nesday   l lso,t  here-
Kesuu Ynltcd.    II;     Blackburn      His eyes had the lack luster color
***** of a dead  fish, Ins  skin  was   sallow
'and dry and he looked more like a
medical student, who was confined
too closely to his lamp, than a high-
class athlete.
Everyone who comes in contact
with the boxer knows that Ketchel
has exceeded tbe speed Imlt of nature's laws for well onto two years.
Immediately after  KetchePs failure
to beat Papke the last time the pair I
met, Ketchel began to become a very'
prominent   figure    in   the
Meld Fnited, 1;  Sunderland, 2.
il, 1;   Bradford City, 2.
Pddlesborough, 1; Everton, 0,
*  S'o thend,    1;    Manchester
Second  Division.
>',  2,   Wolverhampton
Wan-
���Mford, 0;   Huddersfleld Town
I     '       :  Lincoln City, 1.
Mi' Coimiy. l: Chelsea, 4.
:l"). 3; Birmingham, 0.
���
wnshoroiigh Trinity, li; Glossop, 0.
���
111 City, l;   West ' Bromwick    Al-
. 1.
r ���    I; Blackpool, -'.
	
Eastern Lacrosse.
' Montreal���
1
itreaia                                          8
'Ottawa
Nroeka .                                         -1
be|eague standing follows:
Goals
W, I.. For Agst.
 7      4      ��2      60
Stocks    r,     g     42     09
stalled In the Extension and Comox
mines, and development work will be
'greatly extended in the coal fields.
The railways at present connecting
the various mining towns will be re-
I built, and new docks constructed at
Ladysmith    and    I'nion    Bay.    it   is
I hoped to have the Extension mine pro-
I during in four years' time over 5000
tons of coal per day, and $1,000 000
will be expended on this property
alone during the next year and a half.
On improvements and development
tenderloin, j work at Cumberland $2,000,000 have
heen  set  aside, and the present out-
of 2300 tons per day at Cumber-
He whizzed up and down    the white
light  streets late at  night in his ma-! put  	
chine, and he set the denizens of thei land will he    largely    increased.    At
various cafes a merry pace.
Stanley was a fast spender. His |
hands had no more hold on money
than a sieve on water. Light and
music and favor of gaieties he pur-
Chased wilh a lavish hand of gold.]
But it wus not the natural light of
day that Ketchel sought, not the
sweet music of brilliant composers
not   the   favor  of  the    right    sort    of
women.
What   Ketchel    Bought.
Ketchel    bought    the    fierce
lights of
cons   raspings,  nc
of    (he    ragtime    piano,
music.     He   bought   these
paid extravagantly for them.   m^_^_sm_^_^_^_^_^_^_���_
The one surprising   feature   about sitting adopted a  resolution demand
��� no. tv,a DotnhllRhrhent of a system of
{white
the  midnight  cafes, the ran-.
Bl'Ve-racklng  discords  Socialist Congress Calls for
Comox it is intended to increase the |
output within the next two years to j
between 6000 and 0000 tons a day. and i
the hunkers at this point will be con- j
Slderably enlarged. Electrical energy ,
will be secured at Comox from the de- ���
velopment and harnessing of the Punt- j
ledge river, whereby it will be pos-1
sible to secure 50,000 horse power. A
battery of 100 coke ovens will also he
established at Comox.
While sweeping your carpets
WE HAVE IT
Dust Bane
Put up in cans in
powder form. Just
sprinkle a little on
the carpet absorbs
all dust and kills all
germs in the carpet
Highly recommended by the medical
faculty.
A sure prevention of
sickness and disease
.
H��stlers Beat Tigers.
tind Tigers met  in    a
}1 lacrosse at  Queens park on
The llusllers  won  out   by
Kr,"t' of live to nil.    Jack
"""''"''need,  and    handed    out
'vn:'lll,s la  Dave  McWaters and
,,,, ��,da of rive ami three minutes..
'''lv.   The ���������>".-   ���"* ������ <"|t(>
Par
game was rough iu
;|I��I  kept   .lack   Davidson
Both  teams  liave  made
!!il'iv���j ' ;""' "'i' 11(!xt match  will
I-"50'1 al Queens
'    llllSV
bedule
misnamed
things,  lie
them.
  ibout
Ketchel is thai he has lasted this
long. His wild splurges would have
lulled half a dozen men. but Ketchel
was made of wonderful fibre.
Tbe    Mlchlgander  was   tb"  natural
ideal   typo  of  fighter.     He   was  built
along perfeel lines for lhe boxer,
had Ketchel been a student and given
as much attention to boxing as
wild   wassail   and   midnight
with
have
he did
  orgies
the   tlagon   he    would    probably
been classed as one of tho most
I
'��   lei,
.   'Warier
arter, \\<
fedith;
'���' Pot
o'clock
park next Satur-
Goals    scored;
W. Forrester;    second
Rennie; third quarter, II.
'"'"Hi quarter,   C.   Fader
ester.
wonderful
Qghters of ail time.
nre
noise,
Ravages  Town   in   Idaho.
FN I,,,,1'0'   Sel,<-   ���!-���Fire   that
r   t0'.vthe Beda�� ��>otel
.,;'���   lilies  tr
Won ofH wil'011 out the business
. '" ' 'v.n yesterday, entail
'" '''  '"aily $10(1,000.
at Center-
here,   in   the
thc
wil
part
of
which
On to Mission,
ie following Is the personnel
Balmorals baseball team
journey lo Mission today to take
In the Labor Day spoils al Ihe
Junction City; Pitcher, R. Smith;
catcher, Munn: lb, Sinclair; 2b,
Smith; ss, Ryall; 3b, Wright If, Can-
Held; cf. Hanford; rf, Hanford. The
Alerts will also lake a team to Mission. Tbe train lca\cs at teli'minute*
after nine.
UNEMPLOYED   INSURANCE.
      Universal
Adoption of Idea.
Copenhagen. Sept. 1.���The International Socialist congress at today's
sit!ing adopted a resolution
inn the establishment of a ays
universal and compulsory Insurance
against unemployment, lhe cost to be
born by tbe owners of man's production.
Among other things tlie resolution
forth  that   lhe condition  of    the
unemployed was inseparable from the
presenl  capitalist mode of production.
Unknown Man Drowned.
Victoria, Sept. -l���When the steamer
Princess Charlotte was Inbound from
Vancouvei' an unknown man. whose
canoe was overturned hy Ihe wash,
was drowned. Two boats were lowered from the Charlotte, but the. man
before they reached him.
mil .sets
sank
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Contractors and
House Builders
vve have a lull   line   ox
Builders   rlardware in this
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
Also Complete   Stock   ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
tlie   Best
City.
money.
T. J.Trapp & Co., Ltd.]
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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.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
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Accident
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed  tenders will bo received  by
the  undersigned  up  to  Monday,  September 12, 11)Ml, for tho erection and
St^te   Fair  Opens, in  California.    Icompletion of a Chureh  Building    on
Sacramento, Cal., Sept.  1.���The Cai- Sixth avenue.
Ifornla   state   fair   opened    yesterday I    Plans and specifications can be B*ei\
under  most   favorable   auspices.      In'at the residence of Rev. V. S. Okell,
conlunctlon   with  this  year's   exhibi- Twelfth,street nnd Eighth avenue,
tlon there has been urramrod a nia'ii-| ' The lowest or any tender not neces-
J.ntii   carnival  to be  known   as   the sarlly accepted.
Fiesta Of the Dawn of Gold. 1 J. W. McDONALD, Sec.
By taking out a policy in the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company you are protected against accidents of all kinds. The Railway
Passengers is the oldest accident company in the world. Claims paid
over thirty million dollars.
The policies are free from objectionable restrictions, clear, concise and easily understood by anyone.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
6 ��7 Columbia Street
Phone 62 ���;
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PAGE  SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY
SEPTEMBER,
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOARD    OF    TRADE���NEW  WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets in Uie
board room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly mating on tlie tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and November, at v p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ot
February. N'ew members may be
proposed nnd elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsoniinlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New Westminster.
STEWART MERCHANTS
MACHINE   WORKS.
Ithe schaake machine works,
Limited, Front street. New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill macninery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
BLACK PACE SHEEP
T HELD IN GREAT ESTEEM
Refusal to Implement Solemn Scotland   Exporters Arrive
Promise by Advance An-     in Montreal to Look Can-
Residents of North     adian Prospects Over.
President   Taft   Off  for   St.   Paul.
Beverly, Mass., Sept. 4.���Accompanied by Secretary Norton and a staff
of attentands, Presldenl Taft left in a
Bpeclal car yesterday for St. Paul.
CITY     OF      NEW      WESTMINSTER.
Railw
ayJilne W*
B.
C- **-��� R. Westmir
Week Dav Rm.
Cars leave \ ,;i,'^~"
ranUl.
��� i
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired hy your local tuner, W. E.
Martin, Mus. Rae, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone LG15.
FIRE   APPLIANCES.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. THF LAT-
est in flre fighting apparatus.
11. Harris & Co.. Lavery hlock,
Columbia street.    Plione 656.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Po:umbla street.  New  Westminster
HOTELS.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTS! MANA-j
per G. .1. Sykesl, fi^ Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone 11575. Prompt j
attention given to all orders fori
male help. Ring us up, wire or j
write if unable to  visit us.
KING'S   HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA   ST.
Phone IS.    Newest  and  most  up-to- iiun
date in the city.    Terms moderate.
First class cuisine.  ,1. Trachy, Prop.
gers
Stewart, Sept. 4���Action on the part
of the provincial government was demanded ut a meeting of the citi/.ens'
Association held in the Empress theatre. It seems that Hon.Thomas Tay-
or, minister of works, pledged bis
word that tbe government would advance .lii.tiuti as a loan for Btreel Improvements and donate $20,000 for
sewers, but since that lime he has suffered a lapse of memory and tor some
unaccountable reason the government does not now desire to advance
this town a cent. Mr. Taylor has slated "he understood the citizens were
to raise $10 000 by public BUbscrlp-
Not another person who attend-
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS,  BARKIS I
t-^rs    anil    solicitors,   Westminster
Trust Block,  Columbia street.  New j
Westminster.    W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
HOTKI
l.VT
PON���.MT
F
10NT   ST.
Plione 103.
Comforti
ible
aecomod.t-
tion.
Terms modem
e.
McLeod &
W'utl.
ins. pr
oprietors.
OF    CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE & |SYNOPSIS
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and!
McKenzie   streets;    Vancouver   of-1    Any availably Dominion Laads wltb
ed the meeting understood it that way
It was moved tbat a deputation
compose 1 of WHlaam Pigott. Sam
Martin. .1. \V. Chew, IX .1. Ralney.
C. II. Dickie and Harry Smith, be requested to wait upon the government
to make representations as to the necessity of streets and s-wers, wagon
roads, trails and a Bchool.
As tbe contract for the construction
���if an approach to the public wharf
Tas let some weeks ago and nothing
uis  yet   started,  dissatisfaction   with
tin.3 condition was expressed and  Mr.
McDonald  one    of    the    contractors.
.Montreal,   Sept.   4.���Captain   .lames
Craig, of Mulklrk, Ayrshire, and John
Boyd.   Of   Glasgow,   were   visitors   tit
the    Canadian    Pacific   headquarters
'yesterday.    Captain Clark, who fauns
20,000 acres. Is one of (he best  known
I breeders of black-faced sheep in Scotland,  being   a   prominent  exhibitor  at
all   the   leading   shows   In   the   British
Isles,   and   a   well-known   exporter   of
i pure-lu ed  animals.     Both   he  and   Mr,
Boyd are taking a  trip as far as Calgary for the purpose of making themselves aequalnted   with  Canadian  conditions  and   visiting   friends.
Black-faced sheep, said Captain
Clark today, Is the name by which the
famous mountain sheep of Scotland
are best known. These sheep aro held
in gieat esteem as mutton producers.
They are somewhat small, it is true,
but they produce the very highest
(quality Of mutton, and thus command
the biggest price in the markets, Captain Boyd said he doubted whether
there were any black-faced sheep in
this country at all. and he hardly
'thought   they   would   thrive   here,   as
slated  that the    contract    called  for they were used to being in the open
flees, Williams building. 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C:
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
| in the railway belt ia liriusli Colum-
i bia, may be homesteaded t>y auy person wno is the sole Sea. of a family
[or any male over IS years of age, to
! the extent of onvj-quarter section ot
160 acres, more or less.
completion of the work In lib days
'rom the start and there was no
specification as to the time the work
should start. He said he expected to
viegin work In time to have the approach completed by October 1. The
executive committee is to scrutinize
the  contrarct.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
BUFFALO BILL TO RETIRE.
Entry must bo made personally at
H   J    \   BURNETT   AUDITOR ANDltha   local   land   offlce   tor  tile   district
Accountant.      Tel.    R 128.    Room. Jn wlllcil the la"d -* sUtaie-      tntr-v
Westminster Trust Block. |by P10**'  m��>'.  '^'ev'r. be made on
 icertain    conditions    oy    the    father,
mother, son. daughter, brother or els-
R. T. PRINCE, EXPERT ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office, Room '.), Westminster Trust block, city.
STENOGRAPHY    <&.    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     PUNTING,     ROOM     22
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
ter of an intending homes^ead^r.
The homesteader is required to perform tlig eonditios? ocflroected therewith under one of tbe lonowing
plans:
holds the whole year round, and probably would not thrive���at any rate not
pay���if kept In barns through the long
Canadian winter.
America, however, exercised an Important Influence In the breeding of
black-faced sheep, because practically
all the wool was exported to this side.
It was rather coarse in texture, and
was used principally for the making
of carpets.
Many Interesting Features Will Be; Most nf the lire sheep exported for
Presented  on   Farewell  Tour. breeding purposes were sent  to India,
Considerable interest has been where ihe rams were crossed with
aroused in this vicinity through the thG native sheep. Shearing rams of
announced appearance of Buffalo Pure lire<i s,nck fetched an average of
| Bill's Wild West and Pawnee Bill's *llin a ,,(';> > in lhe open market, pries
Far East at Vancouver, Septeml>er 112 3n snnl* instances iimning np as high
and 13. jus 1250.    The highest  price ever paid
Wl.  William F.  Cody, the QTlgbn.1'for a  black-faced  ram   was  $1,250,  It
and  only  "Buffalo   Bill,"  travels   with being   given   hist   year   for  an   animal
the  big exhibition and positively  ai)-,1"'0'1 from Captain Clark's stock.
IpeaTS  at every  performance, rain  ot !    ���'ol111   1!".Vl1   was  formerly  the
acli yeai  for three j'��ars.
fuSTOM       STENOGRAPHV       AND I     (2>  " lhe father ( or mOU*r' lf lDe
C IMIMI ��� . ...ObRAPHY        AND   ^      ��� , . ll0niPBl6ader
I resides ui��on a farm tn the vicinity ol
ithe land entered for, the requirements
jas  to  residence  way   \*e satisfied   by
(1)    At least si* months' residence
upon and  cultivation of tbe  land on ishiTK,  blIt thi8 wi��� be ,,is fareweI] ap.
nciranre in this section as he is soon
Typewriting;
letters, etc.
plione G2.
copy
Coumbia street. Tele-1
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate  and   Insurance  Agents-
City,   farm   and   sumirbun   property
628 and 746 Columbia St.
, such  person
lor mother.
residing  with  tne father
(3) lf the settler kas bis permanent
residence upon farming land owned
! by hlm in the vicinity of his Home-
; stead, the requirements a.s to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
TAILORS.
CALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAl
lorlng.    A new line of Spring suit
lng just In.    Button making, press
lng and repairing.    4ti
Phone R 508.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278. The place where the
dirt and dust ls removed from the
fibre���not pressed ln. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY  STABLE.
FOR
Six months' notlce In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Do- I
minion  lands  at  Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal   mining rights  may   be j
Lome street.. leased   for    a   period  of    twenty-en* i
years  at   an  annual   rental   or  $1   per j
���- acre.       Not   more    than   2500    acre?
Bhall be leased to one individual o' ture the gorgeous beauties of the Far
company A royalty a, the ���** �� East, Its pageantry and people, its
five cents  per  ton  shal   be collected   pleasures    and     pastimes,    and     Its
to  retire.       Arrangements  have t*-en
ma le with the railroad officials to run
oxrtirB'ions   at  special   rates  from  the
various   stations   along   the   line   and
there   will   he   special   provisions   for
lhe accommodation of tliose who wish I s���
to  visit the exhibition.    To the small j
boy   and  grown-up  "Buffalo  Hill"  wiil j
he the chief attraction, ror his fame Ss I
ti".  dimmed by the years which have!
elapsed   since   he    belied   write   the'
story of the West through his  heroic j
deeds.    One of the principal  contests |
of the ried men, in which he took active part, will be pictured In the openU
air melodrama.    The Battle of Summit Springs, an engagement in minia-1
tine, introducing more than one huit-i
dred Indians and as many cavalrymen
and soldiers.
Contrasted  with this scene will  bei
general Inspector for the Scottish educational department, but he has now retired on a pension. He looked with a
severe eye on the ititet viewer, and
when approached by the latter with a
leading question replied. "1 am dumb,
sir."    And lie mid   >imi principle,
Notice- is hereby given that under
the authority of section 59 of the mu-
nicipai   clauses   act,   tbe   following
buildings are declared to be a nuisance  and  dangerous  to   the   public
safely,  and   it   is   hereby  ordered   thai
they be pulled down ami removed by
the owner, agent, lessee or occupier
thereof,  viz.:
On lot 3, C. block \2, two buildings
between Gardhouse's bakery and
Hotel Russell, and two buildings and
shacks between Ctiii.niugbaiii Hardware company's store and Hotel Russell.
On lot 1. block G., shacks occupied
as Chinese laundry between Central
hotel and blacksmith shop.
On lots 12, 13 and 14, C. hlock 11.
all buildings on these lots Ci) at back
of Cosmopolitan hotel.
On   southeast   corner   of   lot   11,   C.
block ii, small lean-to.
On lots 17, IS ami 19, C. block 11.
small shacks at back of Chinese
stores  facing  Columbia  street.
On lots 7, 8, '.i. and lo, ('. block 11.
shacks on all those lots.
On lot 19, C, block 11, three small
shacks facing Columbia Btreet.
On lot 1, ('. block 2, small shack on
west side nt lot. Two old shacks at
back of VV, A. GUley'g ofiice on stieet
end.
on    lot   5,   C.   block   8,   three   old
Shacks at hack of R. C. mills stables.
On   lot    .a.   C.    block    2'.:,  three    old
buildings on tho corner.
(in west one-half of lot 21. C. block
23, old shack facing on Carnarvon
street.
On lot l!i, C. block 23. old shack
facing on Carnarvon Btreet.
On lot 14, block 11. old building corner of  Clarkson  and   Fourth  streets.
On  lot   0,  C.   block   15.  old   building
coiner Clarkson  and  Fourth  streets.
On east  one-half lot  7, C. block 7.
old  Chinese  laundry  facing  Columbia
Btreet
On lot 1, C. block 11, old shack next
to Royal City hotel.
On custom bouse square, shack 0:1
Columbia street.
And that a uot ice of this order be
published In both local papers for at
least five days, and in default of the
owner, agent, lessee or occupier of the
respective premises not complying
with this order within such period ef
flv<e days, the said buildings and each
or tbem be pulled down and removed
by the Corporation at the cost of the
ivwner in accordance with the provisions of said section 69, of "the municipal clauses act."
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
City   hall.   New    Westminster,   September 1, 1910.
minsicr dl
a.ui., am
until   11
Cars leave .'.
couver at |
8:00 a.m., am
after until
'0.
-1-'  for M,
-tl a"l 5:[l
-reaitl
.VCry La" hour u,
C;20, 6:?,o
UrS^^W
SuncJay Schedule,
Cars leave Vancouver ��� - ��
minster at 8:00 m    ^H
W   hall   hour  >i���,,.afJ"1
11:30 p.m. "���
Cars leave New Westmln,tM ,��� vJ
riT,,r:"'' Mia-����.3
hour thereafter until 11 m
;,.!>
Eburne Line
Cars  leave  N'ew v,
a.m. and everj
Cars  leave  Va
every
minster at I
>' n��ur until 11PJ
' r at 7 an, ���J
'���** " a.n
lour until in pni
On Sundays 1 ars hav
al S
'' Wist. in��i
1 tu   to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave y
8 a.m. tn  10 p m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manage
Westminster,
��� ancouverI
i
a. m.;   arrives
Leaves     .\>w
Great  Northern Railway,
Leaves    New    '., ������ .,,���
a. in. arrives Seatl 1 3:05 p.i
Leaves    New    Westminster ;
��� '     '  3 ::. p.m.
VVe8tmlnste   1
p. m.;   ait ive?  Seattle 9 10 ;. :
Leaves    New    Westminster U
a. m.;  arrives Seattle 7:35 - ������
Leaves  Seattle 8:05 a.m.; anjj
New Westminster 2 50 p.m.'
Leaves Seattle 12:25 p.m.; a.|
New Westminster 6:25 p, ..
Leaves   Seat:;..   ���  35  p.m    :   ]
New Westmlnstei 9 27 p, m.
Leaves Seattle ll:<r, p.m.; a; |
New Westminster 6:30 a.m,
G. N.  R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves New Westminster dailj
cept Sunday from biid.e pass!
station 3:50 p in.; arrives at
Oulchon i'i: 30 v. in.
Leaves   Porl   Gulch ut  ;
daily, except Sunday; arrl i
Westminster bridge passenger Bl
10:20 a. m.
G.   N.   R.���Surras  Bra .>���.
Leaves Siiitias G:00 a.m; a
bridge passen ei .-'ation. New ;
minster, 10 -1 a tn. daily a
Sunday.
Leaves   New   Wi Btminster b
passenger -��� ttlon   I 50 ; ;
Sumas 8:00 p.m. d illy except i
r
an Oriental spectacle which  will pic-
on tbe merchantable onal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister ef the Interior.
X.fi��� TTnanthorizei    pnhlleaMon   of 1
UINU  UP    .60
smart   turnout,
bles.
HACKS  ANU
The  Fishiou   Sta
FISH   AND   GAME.
LKN-SdA it AVLiNG, K1SH, fr'KUl f,
Game. Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
Vv'.    E.    FALES,   THE   FURN1TUKE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agiits and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
CABINET   MAKING.
D.    V.    LBWTHWAITE,    CABINET-
maker and upholsterer, 425 Clark
son street (behind Burr Mock)
Furniture made and repaired. Mission furniture in fir and oak.
pastimes
strange costumes and customs. Turning again to American history, there
will be an Attack Upon an Emigrant
Train and A Holiday at "TE" Ranch
��i. ^em*,^ w���f BBt ��. e-|SS,^USrf��Sur ffi '^
scene, and as an Individual feature oi
the Wild West section of the exhibition Kay Thompson's Trained Western Range Horses will be shown in
feats of grace and ccjuine skill. Sharp-
shooting by Johnny Baker will be a
particular attractive feature, and a
bunch of bucking bronchos will furnish tbe principal comedy element of
a truly exhilarating and strenuous exhibition.
60   YEARS'
F-ERIENCE
I
PERA HOU
WEEK COMMENCING SEPT. 5
Trade Marks
Designs
CnpvnicHTS Ac
AnTonopenrting e sketch nnd f"r .rrinTinn mrw
.nlckl. u*i��rtnln our opinion free wjirrthor an
IntenUon Is protiRl.lypatftriinl.'f. f*<m>.miil .i.
ttonsntricUyconlldoiiif.iL HAjtDBUtlK Otl f'atenui
icnt lroe. UMcst uc-onr-" forBAcfelng patents.
I'menu taken .thrmigli tliu.ii ft Co. recetrs
tftctainotic*, withiut obcrpis lnthe
A hand.��oniel]r UluatrutwTffeenly, T.nrci*t dr.
dilution of any aei'jniiflo Journal. Terms lot
Canada. *.?5 it year, poBlacc i*r:pal ct. Sold bj
all oewadealtn,
tirouch OtSco, ffia, I" BU tVathUtttOt' u. �� w
I
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WUOUWUKniAo
Co., bank, ollice and store fittings,
cabinet, stair, showcases, manieo-
and detail work. Designs and esti
mates furnished. J. UrooKes, pro
prletor. Work.-*: Corner lileventb
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
I.   HUDSON,   WALL  PAPER,  KOOM
The    Fall    Fairs.
The dates of the fall  fairs through
the   upper  country   and   coast   have
heen announced as follows:
Nicola Valley,  September 14,
Kamloops,   September    2&,   29    nnd
30.
Vernon, September 16, 16 and 17.
Armstrong, September 22 and 23.
Kelowna, September 20 and 21.
Salmon Arm, September 23 and 24.
Vancouver,  August  15  to 20  iaclu-
sivo.
September   27
ACQUISITIONS   FOR
DOMINION   ARCHIVES
Victoria,
ber 1,
New   Westminster,  October  4
inclusive.
to    Octo-
to  8
Children Often Need ��� fc***1**-^ r���� cam** t* too
careful what jwi give them.   Marsh
purgatives Injure the bowels
life-long troubles.   The new
evacuant In
T
I
doea fhe work mosl
effectively wtfhotrt triHsttng the bcwnls
or causing any dteoomfort.   The chlMron Ifke rhem for tbtry taste
like candy.    One of the  most  popular of the NA-DRU-CO preparations,
r dragtfst haa nol ret atodced t
Ottawa, Sept. 4.���Dr. Don. hty, Do
minion archivist, has returned from a
visit paid to England In the Interests I
of the work of the archives nnd has
brought back with him an exceedingly
Interesting collection of historical papers and prints. Dr. Doughty spent a
month in England, dining which lime
he was busy making arrangements for I
the transfer here of certain old papers
relating to Canadian history and collecting prints.
Altogether about 100 prints have'
been added u> Canada's collection tis a
result of the visit. They include a
very good series of early governors of
Canada, military scenes and some
early Impressions of the Rockies.
These have been placed downstairs
many of the prints wbicli formerly occupied space there having been moved
up a few floors.
Tbo papers Include a number relating to Lord Durham's mission to Canada and were presented to the archives by tho Durham family. Others
will arrive later. They include
diary in Lord Durham's own hand-
Iwriting and another in that of his
i secretary. A handsome print of Lady
Durham ls included in the list of engravings received.
a I
Boilermakers' Lockout.
London, Sept. 4.���Fifty thousand
woi^ers In the holler shops in New-
castle-on-tyne were locked out yesterday by shipbuilding firms. More traders are to be affected, and it Is feared
that 100,000 of the allied trades will
be out within a day or so. The workers declare that the agreement entered Into between employers and
workmen in 1909 has heen violated,
and tbey demand that the old agreement be lived  up to.
Special   Engagement
-of-
WILL  SIMMONS
who will sing
HARRY   RANDALL'S
(The English Comedian)
Great Female Character Song
'THE OLD CRACKED BASIN"
And Other Comic Songs
���also���
FOUR THOUSAND FEET
of Interesting and Amusing Pictures
RUSHTWS ORCHESTRA    -    -    J. H. CRAHAM, Soloist
ADMISSION 10c
New   Up-to-Date  Machine   Just Arrived VV    VI. k .JU
*********
******������
ondav,
SEPTEMBER   5,   1910.
MY WOI
one by us gives the ut-
[tsatisfaction. Ourequip-
js rnodern. The Latest
ention in a collar and cuff
ihine has been installed.
Economic,   Prompt.
;e labor only employed
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN.
iingi
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
trIc^.     RELATING      VEHrCLE
TRAFFIC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
AU persons using Columbia street
''"' u'!",,!'' faftlo rn' anj kind are requested to keep to-the lefl hand side
of the car track while proceeding in
elthi r din ctlon,
City Hail.
Hy order,
J. A, RENNIE,
Acting City clerk.
Augusl  12,  1910,
y<
a! City Laundry
Phone 183
Capital   Paid   Up
Reserves    ....
} CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast SS. Sailings
���aMSHIPS  FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
    Daily
  Dally
TO   SEATTLE.
   Dally
. i' lily exci pt Saturday
  Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
    Dally
[tD UNION   AND   COMOX.
   Mondays
1 j 8 and Sai urdays
TO  ALASKA.
    Every Sal urday
to PRINCE   RUPERT.
Thursday and  Sat.
STEWART (Portl.-nd Canal),
    Every  Thursday
I   i es  New   We '
Wi dnesday and
and    Saturdays
ly. to
i Gl :   LET,
,   West minster.
Hi.- ! ER,
1   '.. Vancouver.
you  waai   to  Increase jour
business ".   Then see
A UN D E R
FOR
I G N
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Signs ul' every description.
is ,-, . j eclalty.
^BsnMaTKEtsic-ansrj
The
Roya! Bank of Canada
.$5,000,000
.$5,900,000
324 Columbia Street. Phone 766.
The Hank has Branches in
Canada extending lrom the At-
mtlc to the Pacific, in Cuba
throughout the Island; also in
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
and   London,  England.
Correspondents In all parts
of ihe Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
DEPUTY MINISTER
VISITING VICTORIA
W. J. Gerald, I. S. O., in
Capital Awaiting Arrival
of Hon. Wm.  Templeman
City Property
We bave several lots on
Eighth avenue whlcli must be
sold.    Call  and  see  us at   once,
M.  RICHARDSON, Manager.
New Westminster Branch.
SHIPLAP
Csdar, Fir and Hemlock
First Class Air Dried Stock
If you want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your wants, our price
will suit
BC     ri r      t      ��� r E .Goulet, i	
. C. raiac.ynng Co.
Phone 173    Lulu Island
"�����;aHSTaeacnBJT^irgcr^iu_jLB
Contemplating
A Trip
To Europe ?
If si        i will wanl  :! - very besl
thai can  be o ������ i ! for your    mom y,
'   :    iVl    ;   ��     BS   of
ral,in is di   Ired
ThE ROYAL LINE
will lill your wants, I i   t, Si i ond and
atlon  is unexcelled t the Dining Service leavi
. ���  Ire i.
Saill
Royal   George    Sept. 1
Royal  Edward      Sept. 15
Royal George  Sept. 29
Royal Edward  Oct. 13
gi    '  ('.  P.  II.. will
iii, ers,  oi
i
Si ott hlock, Wlni    i   .    lan.
In townsite, one-half acre hits
and  blocks  up  to  eighty  acies.
We have the exclusive sale of
the very choicest buys in the
townsite. Prices from .800 to
$2000 per acre.
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM, Local Manager.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Victoria, Sept, 4���W. J. Gerald, I.S.!
\.. Deputy Minister of Inland Revenue, the department presided over
hy lion. Wm. Templeman, ami .Mrs.
Gerald arrived in ihe clly yesterday
afternoon and are registered a1 the
Empress, They left the federal capital aboul two weeks ago, and slaved
a lev, days in Winnipeg en route on !
a visit io their daughter.
Mr. Gerald is one of the busiest!
deputy hea is in ihe governmenl service, which acconuts I'm- the ipfre-
quency of his \isits to ihe west. He
was lasi here eighteen years ago anil
is much Impressed with the striking
developmenl which has taken place
since thai lime lrom Foil William
to ihe Pacific    seaboard.     Victoria's
progress  is net   ihe  leai I   team	
Hi" record, ihe transportation of ihe
approach io ihe citj oc i isione I by
��� I <��� parliamenl buildings, Empress hotel, eml ankmi nl Improvements an i
new docks being ;��� itonishing. VIr.
ami  \h s, Ci raid today aie the %
of    III ipei I'l    .1.    lv    Miller   ami   foil   c-
tor ,innes in an automobile 'our cf
the city.
Mr,    Gerald   If   < ne    of t he  oldi
officials ' a the fedi b I  in point
ol  service,    one would scarcel)   realize;   casui ll-    meet     ���   him,
appoint menl        edati ederal
Ile seems to be in i he prime of life,
is as active and vigorous as many
officii ars   his  junior  and
daily poll hes off i   I remendous quan-
i     ol  wcrk.      Deputy    ministers are] 	
' he   chi       itive   offii ei s of   I   ���
tments     Tin       re   the   II. & V. "States" daily except Sunday
ict the oi   u izatio i   i nd       Li ave, . 3:00;  Arrive al  21:00. '
oj eration ol      i       I ��� Vi nco   ;t r.     dailj      e . epl     Sunday,
In
GENERAL  AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Coast    Fire
surance Co.
The     Prudential     Investment
Co.
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
ail Service
        . ,V-^.-ii^TTMuBrSS2^a^^ ^.  lA&^ffl
\i
jeel  to ��� ��� t   api    "   i  of the mini   e
In  cl li   c.    Th y ave the    chiefs    of
advisen
their hei ds. Their i esponsibilitj
work ob\ i , lingly
n inistei s   in
the I vice have hardi    ���   ;  ,;-
than i presidi The  Inland
enue .    of    n hich    Mr.
i '������   ;,i  I    depul y head, Is one of I' i
��� ranchi 3 of the ?ovei n-;
���    ��� ���   ervice, and in thai function i.  b
sort of twin to the i I cus
Noi  onlj  does it colle :1 ��� ���������,-; ,-   *
I     ./es. lan   i;   also   i". ers   lavs   ���
I    elai lng to patent  me licim      wi   ;hts   *
*
*
Lea-' e, 8:00, 11:00, 16:00, 23:1 0; Ar-
rive ; L8:00.
Victoria, daily except   Sunday, Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
11. it V. "States," daily except Sunday;  Leave, 8:00;  Arrive at 9:16.
C. & V. Last, daily; Leave. S:30,
16:45;   Arrive  at  9:25,  22:30.
Bapperton,    daily    except,   Sunday;
Leave. 8:30,  15:45;   Arrive at 9:25
and 21:00.
Fraser   Mills,   daily   except   Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 16:45; Arrive at 9:25.
Coquitlam,     daily    except.     Sunday;
Leave 8:30; Arrive at. 13:00.
Central   Park,  daily   except   Sunday;
Leave, li :00; Arrive at 13:00.
Edmonds,     daily     except     Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;   Arrive at  14.00.
East  Burnaby, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 14:00.
Burquitlam,    daily    except    Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Tlmberland,    Tuesday    and    Friday;
Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave.  14:00;   Arrive at 10:00.
South  Westminster, Tuesday and Friday;  Leave, 14:00;  Arrive at 10:00.
Ladner,  daily except  Sunday;   Leave,
1 1:20;   Arrive at  10:00.
Port   Gulchon,   daily  except   Sunday;
Leave, 11:20;  Arrive at 10:00.
Westham    Island,   daily   except    Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Sunbury, daily except Sunday; Leave,
i 1:20;   Arrive at   10:00.
Annacis   Island,   Monday,   Wednesday
and   Friday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive
ai  10:00.
Annieville,     daily     except      Sunday;
Leave, 14:20; Arrive at 10:00.
Woodwards,   Tuesday,   Thursday   and
Saturday;   Leave,  14:20;   Arrive at
8:30 and 16:30.
B.   &   V.   "Vancouver,"   daily   except
Sunday;   Leave,   14:20;   Arrive   at
11:00.
Cloverdale.    daily    except     Sunday;
i.i ave, 11:50; Arrive al 11:00.
Porl    Kells.   daily   excepl    Sunday;
Leave, 11:50;  Arrive at 11:50.
Clayton,   Tuesday,   Thursday,   Friday
and   Saturday;   Leave,   14:50;   Arrive al 11:00.
Tynehead,    Tuesday    aud     Friday.;
Leave, 14:50; Arrive at 11:00.
Burnaby   Lake,  daily  except  Sunday;
Leave, 16:00; Arrive at 15:15.
I'., ,���    J   "States," daily except Sunday;
Leave, 15:45; Arrive at 15;15.
*****<r***ai.ai���***<}���**������,****************************** *****
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*
Ejand n   of   food,
I  exportation of electric  power and in-
H spection of pas and electricity.   The (.   <>
p. . ��� axle I du ie    Invoh e the empl >: menl   ��
I of a I ii  e te, hnical Btafl, which is In-  *
in proportion to the develop-! ���
The Remarkable Progress of the
Have been unprecedented in the history of the
Oil Industry.
Full possession to all of this Company's immense
holdings was not completed until the 20th of June
���Just two months ago.
Since that date the Company has installed machinery for two flowing oil-wells; has commenced
and is already far advanced with the construction
of a Refinery on the ground ; and has shipped Nine
Miles of piping to convey the product of their Oil
wells to tide-water.
Can this record of progress for two months be
beaten ?
The present week will see the stock of the
Amalgamated Development Co. quoted upon one
oi' more of the local Stock Exchanges. Watch the
RISE.
Price of Stock: One and
Two  Dollars per  Share
I     Apply to:
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
Sl�� Hastings Street, West Telephone 4327
t vt ism
men < f ihe country.
The machinery of the Inland Revenue department   got  into good  working ordi ������ many years as i an 1 it  has :
beei    maintained   in   thai   condition i
right up to date,    it  ls Mr. Gerald's i
duty  to see that sncn  an   Important
I arm of the service suffers no disloea-j
���tion. and in the discharge of that duty,
ihe has spared neither his time nor his j
energy.    He entered the Inland Revenue  service   in   April.  1867,  when   a
, youth, and has passed through the various divisions of  collector,  chief i.n-1
spector   and   assistant   commissioner
up to his present post.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald will remain in
ithe city for a few days, as the deputy
i minister desires  to confer with   Hon.
William    Templeman    upon    depart-"
i mental matters as soon as the latter
returns from tlie interior.
EYES  TESTED   BY   OPTICIANS.
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AUSTRALIAN    IMPERIALIST.
James Allan,  of   Queensland,   Taking
Note of Canadian System.
Winnipeg. Sept. 4.���James Allan,
representative of Brisbane in the Australian parliament and well- known in
the political and business life of the
Antipodes, was in the city last night
en route to the west.
Mr. Allan has been making a special study of Canadian government
methods in dealing with the great]
flow of immigrants now pouring into
Canada. He has b��en given every facility by Lord Strathcona, the high
commissioner of Canada, and he is
following up the system here from
start to finish. He has seen how the
Immigrants are handled on their ar-
rlval at the ports, and he has made
Inquiries along the line at Montreal.
Ottawa, Toronto and in Winnipeg. He
considers he has secured a mass of
facts that will he of great value when
immigration matters are discussed on
his return to Australia.
He admits that in dealing with Immigrants Australia is behind Canada.
I The lack of a federal immigration department is a defect in tlie Australian system, everything being left to
the separate states to deal with.
Mr. Allan is a staunch Imperialist
and considers that as long as the
mother country and colonies hang together no power on earth is strong
enough lo overthrow the combination.
CHEAP HOME
6-Room House, between Queens
and Third Ave., close in. Price
$1575, if sold at once.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The"New Westminster City Specialists
I
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eourne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75  per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25. per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New Westminster.
Telephone 331.
VICTOR   A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6, Guichon Building.
Phone  681
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
214  Sixth  Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C.
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t 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.
J 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, 00c;  children under 12, 35c.
* Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for Vancouver   at   8
* a. tn. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
X 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. X
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.  -' ���
Sapperton   Line���20-minute  service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. x
* Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:80 p.m. *
!| B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO. .
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THE DAILY
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If you buy your Ammunition from us, you
will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me,
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMAN'S DEPENDABLE X0N-
CTJRLING 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 this fall.
We can explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
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1910.1
The Daily News will be issued as, _ u Hutchinson, who has been in
usual tomorrow morning, no suspen- charge of the Y. M. C. A. project here
sion  being made on  account   of the for tlu, past couple ut months, left on
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence,  72.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
New and Second Rand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
a id sold, Have you Furniture to sell? .See me or
ring up No. 275.
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 23c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
623 Hamilton St, or
Vanstone Heating and Plumbing Co.
Chimney Sweeping, Eavetrough
Cleaning, Sewer Connecting, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Etc., Etc.
MUIR'S
DRUG STORE
in the
Deane Block
Four doors east of the Bank of
Montreal, under the
Westminster Club
and opposite the
City Market
on
Columbia St., No. 44T.
New Westminster, B. C.
holiday.
Word was received here on Saturday evening of the death in Lamhton
county, Ont., of .Mrs. D. S. Rohertson,
mother of Mrs. P. McDougall, of Sapperton. Mrs. MeDotigull went east six
weeks ago to visit the old lady, whom
she had not seen for some years.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers
at Tidy's store.   Phone 1S4. ���*
The Roman came in on Saturday
with 120,000 pounds of halibut. She
will leave for the north again tnls
morning.
The Central livery BtebleB, P. H.
Thompson, proprietor, has added as
auto to his equipment.   Plione 137. ���*
Mrs. J. J. Johnston left mi Saturday
for a two months' visit with friends in
W'iuni; eg.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse,
R HOS. ������
Mrs. Joseph Bedell, of Albany, N.Y.,
who has heen visiting her sisters,
Mrs. Major and Mrs. Frank Pearson,
for several months, left for her homo
In the east on Saturday.
Bargains in all lines ,at Fales', the
reliable furniture dealer. **
The high wind on Saturday fanned
Into flame a smoldering bush fire on
Lulu Island in the city limits. Employees of the hoard of works were
working at it all day yesterday and
succeeded In bringing it under control.
We make fir and cedar doors and
windows; Walsh Sash and Ooor Factory.   Phone 413. . ��*
John McMurphy, immigration inspector at Huntingdon; was a visitor
in the city over the week end.
You can get    porch columns    and
bahisters  turned  while you   wait    at
the  Walsh  Sash    and boor  factory.
Phone 413. **
C. A. Stein returned to the city on
Friday from a trip to his old home
in London. Ont. he wns accompanied
on the return trip by Mrs. Stein,
formerly Miss Irene A. Stllson, of
London. They were married on July
2?, at the home of the bride's parents.
There will be no council meeting
tonight on account of it being Labor
Day. The regular meeting will be
held on Wednesday.
Look into the show window of
Fales' furniture store todav. *���
Dr. F. II. McEwen, of Cloverdale.
who has been under treatment in thej|
Vancouver general hospital for
typhoid fever for the past three
weeks, is now in a fair way to recovery, and will probably leave that
institution in a few days.
Davies greesbonse is the place to
Set bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut lowers.   Phone R 2$8. ������
Included among the real estate
transfers close to Port Mann during
the past week were several deals running Into big figures. A North Dakota
company purchased half a mile -of
water frontage close to Port Mann
for $20,000. This same firm also
bought 'AUD acres of land near Abbotsford for .111,000. A Vancouver syndicate bought thirty acres near Port
Mann at the price of $120 per acre.
aeieral five acre blocks changed
hands at $700 per acre. All these
deals were put through hy Vancouver
real eslaie firms.
Port Mann lots Cfi by 130 feel; $f>0
cash, halance $10 per. month without
interest, while they last. Vancouver
Financial Corporation. Ltd.. room 4.
Merchants Bank building. J. A.
Motherwell,   manager. ��*
Kev. J. S. Henderson, pas>r of Sr
Andrew's Presbyterian church, will
celebrate the eighth anniversary ot
his connection wifh thai church on
September IS. when special services
and music will be preached.
Window frames made while you
wait at the Walsh Sash and Door Factory.    Phone 413, **
Tlie Ellis block, on the southeast
corner of Columbia street, has been
sold for J1MI.000 by F. J. Hart & Co.
to a syndicate of English capitalists.
In several of the city churches yesterday reference was made to Labor
Hay, the relations between tlie capitalist and tlie worker being expounded
and contrasted with the teachings of
the Master.
Saturday  for Calgary.
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Braelunan-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. **
Officials of the Walsh Sash aud
Door factory announce that they intend to make considerable extensions
to their plant in the near future.
A majority of the city churches
which had discontinued the Bible
classes during the summer months reopened these yesterday, nearly all the
summer campers having now returned
to the city.
A hush lire of some magnitude
broke out on Saturday somewhere
near the upper reaches of the Coqult-
lam river.
Leonard Hutton, aged three and a
half years, died last night at the
Royal Columbian hospital lrom dysen
try. The child's parents live ln the
city.
The districts exhibitions (September) number of the Westminster
Courier will be on sale today in the
murker and at all the hook stores,
price five cents. This number is
printed in two colors and contains
illustrations of White Rock and other
places of interest. Advance notices
and advertisements of many of the
local fall fairs also appear in tills issue of the Westminster Courier wliich
is a most admirable one. A provincial exhibition number is In preparation and will contain many feature;;
of merit and special  value. **
THE NEW SECTION Of
THE STORE WILL BE
OPENED IN A
FE W DA YS
We have been expecting to occupy the new section for several day.   past.    I'nfors
''"n delays
ever, prevailed us from occupying it as soon as we desired. Meanwhile the new goodB are
being marked off in oir stock rooms next week, and the entire showing will be read! for mm
.   "t.   lU'lt,.,.'
how.
rivi"f and
Paction,
The Dress Goods Have Been Piaced On Disph
ay
Owing to tlie many enquiries made  for  dress  materials,  so  we  announce  our  readiness to   s,
with  all  that   is  new  in   tlie dress  goods  section.     Here  yon   will  find  new  weavi
In the markets of France, Germany and  Kngland. f;
ervj  y,n
Personally
The Public
Supply Stores
Ask to tee these new Poplinettes, Sa��n Duchesse, Biaritz Cloths,
Henriettas, Eolines, Two-tone Shot Silk and Wool Fabrics, Fancy
Crepons, Satin Stripe Voilles and Fancy Blacks in dozens of new
designs. i   I "-.*..,   ,
The New Serges are sure
to be Immensely Popular
Fashion reports say that serges and all materials with the diagonal weave are very much in demand. Tills season's showing in our
dress goods section contains a splendid assortment of Serges. French
Serges in navy, black, cream and colors; English Serges in navy,
black and cream, Including the famous admiralty Serge and West of
England Serges. All weights and finishes are here. Prices, per
yard     45c to $3.75
Plain Broadcloths
Black and colored Broadcloths In a complete range of Bhades. Tie
sight colors are particularly attractive, nice Bhades if sky. pearl,
grey, mauve, cream, cardinal, scarlet, etc., suitable for evening cloak.,
etc., ' i   i
Oriental Allover
Lace
50c   to   $1,75   Per  Yard.
Cream Kern and white All-
over    Laces
and
in neat stripe
conventional designs,
Exceptional value marks thla
new Bbowlng. Prices are
2G to 76 ier cent, less than
usual. Ymi will do well to
consider the advisability j|
securing a length suits -
for waist.
New  Barrethes  and
Fancy Combs
All    the   latesl   ;   < tie
necessary  to attractive ha;:
dressing.   Bpi        attend
might  be given I   tl
Barrettes and   Ribbi a   Bat
rettes an I Sel    Gn    Sldi
Combs and   Bat ei
ban and  Plain Ph - ���'
Bplendid   rangi   from wh!
to eh i ise.
Ask to see   the   i ��� "��� T  ���
ban    Pad    I :    ���'���:���     as
"Queen's  Wi ���   Plaii
colors;  line I dr.   Each ?5c.
Are attracting a great deal
Bairels of
Good Things
are what you see when you
visit our grocery store.
Choice brands of everything
is what we supply you and at
prices often charged for inferior articles.
You'd Laugh
to know how much of good
cheer could he charged up to
us. That's because what wo
sell is guaranteed, both fresli
and pure and helps drive
away the blues. Dyspepsia
don't linger long in any
household that we supply
with groceries. Good-bye,
come again.
Geo.
Adams
PI one 92
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
OILING    STREETS    IS
TOO   COSTLY   FOR   CALGARY
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Some Special Snaps !
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY       ' ��
5 lots on Second street.   Excellent view.    Streets on three sides ���
of this  property.    $350 each.  Terms. ���
10  lots  extending  from  First  to  Second  street.    This  property ���
is especially well situated.    Streets on three Bides, and lane at rear. T
Price $350 each.   Terms.    INVESTIGATE. X
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.     |
Calgary, Sept. 1.���Crude petroleum
as a means to lay the dust on the un-
paved streets of Calgary, Is hardly
proving a success, from the trial being made under the supervision of
Commissioner Clartte.
Fourth avenue from Sixth to Seventh streets west, was where thc test
was made: 231.0 gallofis of oil Were
spread over 9691 square feet of roadway two weeks ago. The cost was
$72.65. which is too expensive to make
the oiling scheme a general one. The
cost of oiling a square yard is ir*t
cents.
"It is not satisfactory, because of
the expense, and the dust blows in
off the hills, making conditions as
had as ever." Commissioner Clarke
said. "Then ruts are male in lie
roa 1 after a rainstorm, and these
have all to hc filled In. I think ll
would he better to pave as many of
the streets as we can, and leave tho
oil alone."
The oil was bought in the city, and
the 231.6 gallons cost $60.95. The
labor of putting the oil down cost
$20.50, and it requires a team of
horses for two hours to sprinkle tho
oil, which consumed another $1.20,
making the total $7ii.(>r��. The total cost
for oiling a square yard was 6% cents.
"The oiling scheme may prove all
right where oil Is very cheap," Mr.
Clarke stated, "but It is altogether t io
expensive for us."
It was two weeks ago that the oil
was laid down, and frequent observations as to the result are being taken.
It ls hardly probable in the face of
the expenditure that Calgary wlll
adopt the'oiling of roadways to lay
down the dust. I
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to a  world of disease and  suffering.!
Dr.    Yesley.     Spooner.      a     Boston j
physician, has refined the process and
demonstrated   It   In   general   practice'
as well as in special cascn. I
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