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 Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
,UMB 6, NUMBER 203.
Standard   Make  $5  Per   Month.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WE8TMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY  MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1910.
PRICE  FD   * CENTS.
I CONSTABLE SAMSON
MES IN HOSPITAL
j Victim of Revolver Accident
Passed Away Saturday-
Shot While Hunting Reid
Provinc
lai  Constable  Samson,   who
accldently shot by his revolver
. Bcbarging last Sunday morning
while he was Stooping to examine a
breakage to an automobile near
[ gumas, died as a result of the wound
on Saturday afternoon, shortly before
tw.i o'clock. The body will bu inter
red ,.' Mission today.
Tbe accident happened while Sum-
I Son.  who  had   been  sworn  in  as    a
I gp, lai  constable, was out  searching
jor Keid, tlie Clayburn murderer,   in
,        :ii>   with   Harry   Freeman    and
j\ tuffeur    Henderson,    Samson    w  s
[ an   automobile   last    Sunday,
live o'clock    in    the morning,
something went wrong with the
:.    anlsm.    Mr. Samson gol  oul  of
.in and while Btooping to exam-
lni     ������ ilama. e his revolver, a Brown-
omatic, discharged, the bullet
,:.'���  ing  the officer's Btomach.    The
injured  num was at once taken    to
Su    3 hospital, wheie be was given
, ���..      ittention, bul from the flrsl his
wns doubtful.
Ing his stay in the hospital Mr.
S       n sinned a statemeni explaining
e accident happened, this being
-ed by Dr. Dalton and a brother
of thi  victim.
! ���  eased was formerly ('. P. it. eon-
sta   '     I   Mission.    lie    leaves    two
CUP SAFELY ANCHORED
ON THE BANKS OF THE FRASER
Nationals   Overwhelmingly   Defeated   in   Final Game   for   Lacrosse   Championship of   Canada-Salmon   Bellies
Toyed With Terrors of N. L. U. And Showed Immense Superiority Over Challengers for the
Vice Regal Silverware���Frenchmen Accept Defeat Like True Sports.
socialist ran m
END Of CD SSTIAN1TY
By defeating tlie Nationals of Montrea. champions of the N, L. I'., on
Saturday,-the worst beating ever handed to an aspirant ror the Minto Cup,
the Salmon Bellies made the resting
place of that famous piece of silverware certain for al least another year.
History repeated Itself, As with
th'-   Montreals  so   With   the  Nationals.
Being defeated by a reasonable score
in the flrsl game, they had no chance
al all in the second, and the   champions   played   through   and   around
them, and when they did get tlie hall,
closed up so tighl on the defence that
it was   heartrending   to   watch   the
futile efforts  of  the  Frenchmen    as
they circled around    the    cold empty
field   trying   to   Bee   an opening   in; =
Tommy Gifford's retaining wall
Scoring  Starts  Early.
Clift Spring grabbed the ball at   the
SAVING THE CUP
First Game:
New Westminster  7
Nationals   3
Second Game:
New Westminster  11
Nationals   1
Total:
New Westminster  18
Nationals   4
the  "Stubborn    Cinderella."    daintily
placed tlie ball between the two sticks
and gave tlie boys the cue   to   start.
d ran to tlie National goal   ghe waiked on the fleld, accompanied
' sec--by \v. 11. Rowley,
-���. one in  Revelstoke and    the
I io ed on the C. P. R. tele-
��� ei ;,,itt.ent.
KING   OFFENDS  COUNTRIES.
A ';-S3    Is    Criticized    for    Dropping
Formalities In England.
' drld, Sept.  25.���The guy doings
ag  Alfonso dining    liis    recent
visit to England has broughl down up-
.: i the wrath ol his etlquette-rid-
.11.   If the courtlet s had their
Ufonso would never he allowed
I.'.   aside  llis  kingly  dignity  for
loment.   Queen Victoria has ais >
offende l bee i :-(* she took an
e part in the sports ai Baton hall.
and scored just seven and
otitis after the whistle blew to start
the game. The Nationals followed just
twenty-eight, seconds later when
Scours scored from close range. The
start was almighty exciting, but it w.is
the last chance the Frenchmen had.
Whai heat ths Frenchmen; what
1 < sullar combination of circumstances
caused a team which no doubt can
play lacrosse and made a record this
president of the
Manufacturers' association; Mayor
Lee, President F. .1. Lynch, of the lacrosse club; Joe Lally. Manager C. A.
Welsh, A. Lecours, president of the
Nationals: R. T. Prince, managing
director of La. Pi esse, Montreal, anfl
a couple of necessary newspaper men;
probably the most incongruous and
representative gathering of lacrosse
fans that ever got in tlie road at the
commencement of a lacrosse match.
Rowley's Speech.
W. 11.    Rowley,   president   of   tlie
CHARMING CINDERELLA
STUBBORN BUT LOVABLE
aptlvating   Hazel  Kirke  Brought Out
Babel   of   App'ause   When   She
Wielded Lacrcsse Stick,
Isn't it funny how a little touch of
lacrosse   will   make    tlie    whole    of
tminster kin '.'   .lust because Miss
,    Kirke, leading lady in "A Stubborn Cinderella," stepped on the Btage
D  Sat unlay  hugging a  lacrosse stick
ed  out  in ied and blue ribbons,
ing experts will  be testing    the
solidity of the roof today,   for   that
little tribute to tlie local heroes start-
e I a volume of sound that circled and
red  in  the opera house until tlie
walls bulged and tlie roof raised. The
members of the Westminster Lacrosso
dub and officials, and their wives or
wives-to-be,  who were occupying the
boxes as guests of the company, con-
trlbuted generously to the noisy tribute to Miss Kirke and tlie lacrosse
stick.
Because the Nationals were unable
to stay over for the performance, both
boxes were occupied by the local lacrosse people. The sheep were separated from the goats, the boys who
have crosschecked Cupid occupying
the box on the right.
The musical numbers ln the production  were all well rendered and    re-
year which has seldom been equalled
in the National Union, to lose out by i
sweh an overwhelming majority it isi
difficult to say. Manufacturers' association, addressed
The great factor was that they were  a few remarks to the players before
up against a team which is unique In  the game commenced,
its style of play.   It would take a !ot      speaking  flrst to  the eastern  men
of circus adjectives to adequately de- Mr,
scribe llie way in    wliich    the    cham-j
piens fell on the ball and the way in
which they took it from the Nationals
on all possible occasions. The home
played a wonderful sjame. Every man
was on the Job. l.en Turnbull and
Grumpy Spring were the stars, of
course, and did phenomenal work, but
Feeney and Punk Wintemute and Bill
Turnbull  a  little further  out  in
Rowley expressed liis sorrow at
hearing of the misfortune of his friend
Newsy Lalonde, whom he had frequently watched playing in the east.
He asked tlie boys to play the game
fair and square and not to let a little
think like a four goal lead bother. No
game was ever lost until it was won.
and even if they felt they could not
succeed in tlieir ambition to annex
Bhould give the
the |^e Minto Cup. they
held could not have been better    in ; spectators the best that was in them
their respective positions.
Doughey at  centre took the ball at
the face off every iini ��� and fed it to
Addressing tlie Westminster men. Mr
Rowley warned them   not   to be too
i cockey just because they    were    the
the home with  untiring   persistence, champions of the world.   He express-
champlons   might   liave  just   as e(j great pleasure at having tlie privi-
bave   been   given   a   free   throw  lege 0f  meeting    them    and    warned
instead  rf  facing  the ball for all the! them that the
The
well
.. were probably playing
effect Doughey's check had on him. ' ti,a; ti;��y in tiie presence of more
For the defence, the lonely score 'easterners than had ever before been
speaks well enough. They kept the'gathered around Queens park oval,
ball out of the net for eighty minutes, ]lis own party, tlie Manufacturers' as-
all except 28 seconds, and that is a|sociation, consisting of from 150 to
fair day's work. j 200 men.
Lalonde Was Missed. |    After these remarks Mr. Rowley re-
The Nationals missed Lalonde. who [tired in favor of Miss Kirke, who was
I given three rousing cheers
boys.    Mr.    Rowley    hein
honored.
Then   Miss  Kirke,  undei
by    th:
in tlie hospital with blood poison
ing. and without him they did not
seem to care to go in on the Westminster defence.   They put their faith in
long shots, hut they might just as well [direction of Joe Lallj
have tried to sink a warship with a between Doughy Spring ant Secours
pea shooter. Several of the shots did I stepped back to a safe distance, look
gel as far in as San ly Gray, but Sandy ,e(1 timidly to see^if the path of retreat
was right there to grab them and ; behind her was clear and then shriek-
grab them he did. Hardly on a single ; ed ''piay Ball" in tlie charming voice
occasion after tlie start of the game I t)iat has neen largely responsible for
were the Nationals dangerous, but the ; t]le suCCess of "Stubborn Cinderella."
National goal was in danger every! The presence of the lady seemed to
minute. L'Heureux must have stopped j j,ave a galvanizing effect on Doughey
' '"     "Spring, for he grabbed the ball and
voluminous escort stood rooted to the j
spot in amazement.
The Game.
The cheering for Spring's brilliant ,
coup had    not died    away when the ',
Frenchmen   were off  witli  a  rush  to
the other end of the fleld.    The ball j
went down and after a couple of quick I
passes.   Secours  bored it in   for    the
second goal of the game, time 28 sec-'
onds.   The spectators had not got set. j
to watch the game and the score was
one all.    The excitement was intense
and the whole field was on  its feet.
After  the   outburst   Miss   Kirke  and
company    manage!    to    make    their
escape from the field.   The charming
facer off took up her position in the
little  enclosure  to  the  south  of the
dressing room from where she watched the game throughout, taking a vast
interest in  the  play  and  occasionally
applauding. She seemed to favor New
Westminster.
Game Even.
For the next few minutes the play-
was very even, both sides making
spectacular individual rushes, and the
Westminster team doing some great
passing, but never getting near
enough to score. Gauthier, who must
be able to tear off a hundred yards in
a little less than ten seconds flat,
beat Jimmy Gifford the length of the
field, but he was forced to slow up as
he neared the Westminster goal and
Jimmy knocked the ball out of his
stick just as he shot. A few minutes
later Pat Feeney almost duplicated
the feat at the other end of the
field, but he was surrounded as he
went to shoot.
First Penalty.
While Dussault was circling around
the Westminster defence looking for
an opening George Rennie hit him on
the head and went off for five minutes.
Willi the extra man the Nationals did
not seem to in-- able to do anything.
, They passed    the    ball    around   the
similarly \ home, but Lamoureaux missed a pass
i and the chance was lost.   A minute or
the  able'.two later Hughie Gifford relieved the
Coming of Sc.-ilism and
Going of Religion to be
Simultaneous.
scores of shots, but they came in on
him like showers of rice on a June
bride and lie had to let a few through.
Were Not Discouraged.
The Nationals did not seem to be
listless at all in their playing. On
the contrary they played a fast consistent game throughout and dil the
best the/ could when they got the
hall Thev did get It once ln a while,
but it was the old story. They would
come down tlie field with a rush until
made a bee line for the National goal
He scored, while Miss Kirke and   her
placed th�� ball | ball at the Westminster end and ran
the length of the field. He passed to:
Grumpy Spring and Grumpy scored. |
The crowd thought that with a lead of
a goal so early in tlie game the match
was safe and Grumpy was given a
great ovation.
The quarter was about half over, j
but there was no more scoring during
the period. Westminster seemed to!
have the best of the play. Their pass-;
ing and catching was better than !
Nationals and they seemed to be able
ceived In the same spirit.    'Don't He they met a defence man and then they
Westminster to Have Charge of
(Manager Duquette   Makes a Prophecy.)
Minto Cup For Next Five Years
J. s.
tional
Cross with Me" and "When You First
Kiss the Last Girl You Love." by Miss
Kirke. being the prize winners.    Miss ; v. ,-,,-  )..-���       ���   *���'  ���<���' ���"���-���   ������  ,
Lilian OoldSmith captivated the audi- "he defence for a few seconds until following statement. )copleof which
ence with her song with the sufficient everyone was ready for the shot   and should be forwardei to Roddy Flnlay-
s "Love Me Just Because."    Neal then the shot would come, just to  be son.  Montieal, and Charlie    Querrie,
Bums, who   introduced   much   move- thrown  out  and passed up the held Toronto: National    la.
menl and merriment in the piece, led again, wheie the chances of a score, "As manager oi tb N.Mooal ia
* Birly chorus In an appreciated song were always good crosse team I wish to go on weort as
"I'm  in   Love   with   All   the Girls    I Nation,ls Defence. saying that our defeatMs dueJM��V
Know," a sentiment easily un.lerstooi The defence of the easterners was to the fact that we wer opposed to
*hen the ladies cf his stage acquaint- a much more reasonable proposWon a team auperirnvto ��^^JJj��
anee were scrutinized 4than the Yancouver defence, against .minsterteam has the bettei organu*
The attractive feature, of course, which the Salmon Bellies have been tion and Mutton, and has tne
was the leading lady, Miss Hazel playing all year. They did not resort necessary seed toe ngineer tne gi
Kirke, and it would ie hard to say 0 rough work to keep the home men ting o goals TNdeence of We
how si:e could he improved, either in out and after the last game the home champion*lie'Magnificent,
r acting or.appearance.   Many were gew t** and.to*^J^Wft'S refeS'l want to say
1 I me inani laid out. though   the that I never saw fairer or more   im-
chances. Accldent.. judging from the reports we had read
Two of the    National    team were in the east.   They gave us a squarer
sSs^asrasasi saftsss ?sg ~ g
the game.    Secours mi (he oppo9lng team
quarter. He is not seriously hurt.
Just about three minutes before time
was up Dussault climbed over Hughie
Gifford and hurt his knee cap when
he hit the ground on the ��;hpr B'dhea
Jimmy Gifford was connected with the
affair by the referee and spent tne
rest of the time on the fence.
Lsdy Faces the Ball.
One of the pleesantest te-Mtires of
the game was the mole of .Urtln*
die enviers of "Mac" who after two or
three hours of tantalizing abstinence,
finally Ussed the Stubborn Ctndeie.la.
The engineer of the stalled train,
who has one of the funniest parts in
(be production, had missel his call-
���ng- He might be all tight in tragedy,
but as a humorist one could Imagine
blm being the direct cause of Mark
Twain's death. "Mac" (E. Coit Al-
hertson), was good and won several
founds cf applause.
The other lady who gathered ln all
'he admiration that Miss Kirke had
n��t captured was Miss Lillian Goldsmith, who, as Lois, acted her part ln
first rate style and won much merited
applause.
The hit of the evening was made
when p. j. Lynch handed Miss Kirke
���* big bouquet of flowers, tied with the
'Champion*' colors.
Here we had
onb-topla'y"against twelve men, not
fourteen We have no French-Canadian referee In tbe N. L. U., but if we
had as fair men as Messrs. Barr and
Yorke we would have no ground for
complaint. .
"On the record which the Westminster team has established against the
Nationals. I do not believe the cup
will leave thla city for at least five
��ha n.��i�� or msriiPK. years.   There is no team in the   east
iS^XeT Kirl; TeeV,  Mf  of [hat  can sucewsfull.   compete  with
Duquette, manager of the Na-  those boys.   When you think that we
'acrosse   team,   gave   out   the j went   right  through   the   season   tills
year and only lost two matches in all
���and we could have won tliose had
we desired to press the players���
thereby establishing an unupproached
recor I in the N. L. U , and then con- j
sider that Westminster has defeated |
us by seven to three and eleven to
one, you can see what little chance
the east has of seeing the cup again
for a long while.
"I am sorry, very sorry, that Newsy
Lalonde was unable to play, because;
I would have wished    to    see    both ]
teams at full strength on both occa-'
sions.    But then the result would not.
have been different.    We might have
scored one or two more and the cham-1
pions one or two less, but that would |
not have  been enough to affect the I
destiny of the Minto Cup. j
"The    Westminster   team   is    the
grandest on earth, and the western J
referees absolutely the fairest in Can-
ada, and that Is what we   shall   tell j
them back east when we return.
"We have had a very pleasant time j
in the west, and while we naturally
regret our inability to   capture   the!
cup, we are not sorry we came out. I
We "have learned   a   great   deal���a
great deal."
Adolphe Lecours. president of the
Nationals, left before the end of the
game, intending to return east on
Saturday evening and having some affairs to settle before leaving Vancou-
to make a better use of their opportunities. Decarie came off for checking Grumpy Spring too hard, but the
champions could not score with their
extra map. Tiie Nationals contented
themselves with long shots wbicli
were no use. Their home could not
work in and they were never very
dangerous. The quarter ended with
tiie Westminster team playing real
combination all around the Nationals
defence.
Second   Quarter.
In the second spasm there was
some great lacrosse, but it could be
seen that the Nationals were outclassed. They did some good work play-
in* and worked like Trojans, but their
efforts were futile. Again tlie long
shots were tried and just as regularly
stopped by the Westminster defence.
Buck Marshall, Tommy Gifford and
Hughie Gifford were there all the
time, while Gauthier, the only really
dangerous man on the visitors' home,
was helpless in front of Jimmy Gifford.
G.   Spring   Scores.
In a mix-up in front of the National
goal. G. Spi ing scored again. Feeney
shot, but L'Heureux saved. Before lie
had time to recover Grumpy got tlie
ball on the rebound and scored one
more for New Westminster.
Penalties.
Matt Barr began to get busy and
penalties were handed right and left. |
Sandy Gray ran out of the goal and
got into a mix-up with Dussault at the
fence and they both jested for five
minutes. In a second Cliff Spring
came off for upsetting a man. Hughie
Gifford took Sandy's place in goal.
Decarie came off for tripping Bill
Turnbull and the teams played u>n
men a side for a minute or two.
Sandy Gray came on just in time
to save a great shot by Gauthier, Tlie
little Frenchman rushed on the goal.
Jimmy Gifford charged him, hut misjudged and fell behind Gauthier who
slammed it in. It was about the best
chance the Nationals had, but Sand;,
threw it out like one to the manlier
born and started chewing a fresh
tooth pick.
The National goal was subjected to
a terrific bombardment, Bill Turnbu
Punk Wintemute and Gordon Spring
making desperate but futile efforts to
score. Tlie Nationals also did some
good work, but wasted it all on the
| measly long shots.
A minute later Punk scored after
one of tlie prettiest combination plays
that has ever been seen on the field
here. Gordon Spi ing passed it to Bill
Turnbull. Bill to Len and Len over to
Punk who bored in a slanting shot
which fooled L'Heureux completely.
The play was so fast that he could
not fellow it.
Two minutes later Westminster
scored another which should have
been saved by Gagnon. He was in
front of Len Turnbull. but missel the
ball and all Len had to do was to put
it in. Time ended with the ball going
up tlie field ln the possession of the
N. L. U. champions. Score 6-1.
Third Quarter.
History repeated Itself ln the third
quarter, Westminster again scoring
three goals and shutting the Nationals
out. The game was still going strong
and the wonder of lt was that the
visitors did not succeed in registering
a couple of tallies, but they could not
do it.
The fireworks started a few minutes
after the quarter when Bill Turnbull
got a nice pass from Punk Wintemute
and scored. Gauthier attempted to
pass the ball, but Jimmy Gifford put
up his stick and the rubber disappeared. It came to view again when Jimmy
passed it to Cliff Spring. Rill Turnbull
came off for flve minutes for slugging.
The game was almost even for about
ten minutes, but again the Inevitable
happened, and Gordon Spring scored
on a nice pass from Put Feeney. Clement came off for holdnig Punk
Wintemute.
Lainoureux missed a hounding pass
and the ball hit him square In the ey I,
The whistle blew while he recovered
his eyesight. On the face off BUI
Turnbull grabbed tlie ball and scored,
but the facing off had not been done
to the satisfaction of Judge of Play j
Yorke, who blew his horn just before
the nets bulged and the goal did not |
count. However, the same thing
happened when the ball was faced
again, only Grumpy instead of Bill
Turnbull did the deed. Just as tbe
quarter closed Grumpy and Gagnon
got ln a wild scrimmage at the
north fence and they both took the
count for live minutes.   Score 8-1.
"They say that socialism is no use
because it has been tried a few times,
and lias not been a success. We have
tried Christianity for 2000 years and
it is doing as little now as lt was
then." So spake J. Matthews at the
socialist meeting held in the Crystal
theatre last night. It was In response
to a question asked by one of the audience that the remarks were made.
The gentleman asked how, when the
new order of things had come and
socialists had secured control of the
instruments of capital, the sayings in
the Bible relating to tlie subject would
be overcome. He said that in tlie
Bible a slave had run away from his
master and when he asked St. Paul
what to do he had been told to go
back and serve him. Ile also quoted
the saying of Christ, "Render unto
Caeser the things that are Caeser's
and unto God the tilings that are
God's."
Mr. Mai thews replied by stating
that lie thought that that problem
would lie overcome by Christianity
passing away of itself, and he tliea
followed with the remarks quoted
above.
He then spoke for a few minutes on
general religious topics and referred
to the recent meeting of tlie Methodists in Victoria. He said that there
the delegates had decided by a mere
show of hands that it was not a sin
to dance and to play cards, contrary
to their former belief.
"1 was brought up to be a Methodist myself." stated Mr. Matthews, "and
was taught that if I played cards and
danced I would go to hell. I wonder
if 1 had died before the Methodists
decided that such tilings were not a
sin i for 1 did play cards and dance
while the rule was in force), if I
would he given a reprieve from hell."
His remarks created considerable
amusement.
Many other startling statements dil
Mr. Matthews make. He said that the
civilization of today left people where
they did not know how to look after
themselves as well as savages and
annuals. The savages and animals
knew enough to enjoy themselves, but
lhe modern civilization taught only
how to work, which was not the only
aim in life.
He referred in a few bitter remarks
to the two great political parties of
the day. "1 was a Liberal because I
was told when I was a kid that I was
a Liberal. Or I may have been a Conservative, I forget wliich." He said
that the labor men should not look to
those generally considered to be
above them for help. They must help
themselves.
The address was very interesting
and a good audience listened to it
throughout. There was no sign of
protest when he attacked religion and
It could be seen that those present,
who were of the Intellectual class of
working men, were entirely in sympathy with his remarks.
BISHOP LEAVES TODAY
ON TOUR OF DIOCESE
Head of Anglican Church Will Spend
Month    Travelling    in    the
Kootenay District.
A. U. de Pencier, Lord Bishop of
the diocese of New Westminster and
Kootenay, leaves today for his first
official visit to the parishes ln the
diocese of Kootenay. The following
ls tils itinerary. ***
September 28, Nelson, meeting of
the executive committee; September
2'J, Nelson, confirmation; September
30, Kaslo; October 1 and 2, Cranbrook; October 4, Orovllle; October 6,
Keiemeus; October 7, Greenwood;
October 8 and 9, Grand Forks; October 10, Rossland; October 12, Nakusp;
October 13, Arrowhead; October 14,
Revelstoke; October 15 and lt>,
Golden; October 17, Slcamous; October 18, Vernon; October 19, Okanagan
Centre; October 21, Salmon Arm; October 22, Ducks; October 23, Grand
Prairie.
"CARMEN" HELD UNGODLY.
(Continued on Page Five.)
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Attendance and Receipts.
Th* sum ot $3775 was taken
in at Queens park on Saturday.
The attendance was about six
thousand, tbe number of people who paid being (030, according to the official count.
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General Botha's Daughter Is Kept Off
Stage in South Africa.
Capetown, Sept. 25.���On the posting
of bills advertising-the appearance of
General Botha's daughter as Carmen
in an amateur operatic production at
Johannesburg the' South African
Premier received shoals of letters
from Dutch residents objecting to the
performance as "ungodly." Miss
Botha, therefore, decided not to appear.
*******************
Victoria Thtttrr leased.
Victoria, Sept.   .(.���Marc Klaw,   of
Klaw *\ Erlanger. has leased the Vto-
torta theatre for three years. He take*
possession January 1.
HE PAGE TWO.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Classified Advertisements I REAL   ESTATE
WANTED.
WANTED BY YOUNG MARRIED
man, furnished room with board, or
two rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Applj Wor.d ollice, Ne<v
Westminster.
WANTED���SITUATION BY STEADY
Voung man in office or stoie. Reply
to R, P., Ni us office.
WANTED���GOOD CANVASSER FOU
electric supplies (irons, lie.iters and
household accessories), 51 and 52
Burr block,
I i   i ��� i
WANTED���GOOD STRONG HOY TO
learn electrical work, wiring, fitting,
etc.   Phone 761.
WANTED���A YOUNG LADY TO
sell tickets at the roller link. Good
wages. Apply to Harry Tidy, Columbia street.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Head  Office        -        451   Columbia St
New   Westminster,   B.C.
Branch Office      -      ���      Kamloops, B.C
PORT MANN DISTRICT     !
SIXTY ACRES In section 30, township
8, i ralrle 1 tnd.   Price J125 per acre; '
balance   one   and
(204-A.)
**t-Ba*_ryr>p
a :' S'fSp'���!
one third   cash,
two yea
THIRTY ACRHS i.i section 36, block
5 north, range '. west, twenty acres
cleared, with new house an.l barn;
good water. Price ?2T0 per acre.
Terms     over     eighteen     months.
1175-A.)
WANTED���A STRONG COMPETENT
girl for general housework. Good
wages to the right-girl. Apply 320
Second  street.
WANTED ���SMALL RANCH, l.M-
proved. with buildings, in the vicinity of New Westminster. Fuil
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage
Land, 62 Hastings street east.
ENGLISH        WOMAN (WIDOW)
seeks    work    by    day.    Apply 1026
Cornwall street.
WANTED���BY HOY OF SIXTEEN,
hoard and room. Address S. A. this
ollice, stating terms, etc.
WANTED���LOAN OF $2500 ON IM-
proved city property before October
1.    Write Box O. K., News office.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
first class lady clothes ironers and
two shirt polishers; two dollars per
day and fare. Klectric Lace & Silk
laundry, Vancouver,
WANTED���TEN GIRLS AT    ONCE;
apply  Royal City steam laundry.
WANTKD���ANY LIGHT WORK FOR
a few hours daily, by English lady.
Apply Mrs. Wixey, 320 Columbia
street.
W A N T K D ��� H O U S E K E E PING ;
rooms  for  married    couple.    Apply
Box A.A., this office.
WANTED���A GIRL FOU GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125   Third   avenue.
FIFTY acres In section 32, b'eck 5
north, range 2 v.est. N. VV. 1).; absolutely the besl subdividing pro-'
position in Port Mann dh-uiet today. Why? The terms are one-
lift h cash, and tlie balance over
TEN YEARS, with interest at 6 per
cent. (221-A.)
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block 5 north, range 2 west. N.W.D.,
on new Yale road. $800 per acre;
$2600 cash, balance six. twelve anil
eighteen nionlhs at 7 per cent, interest. (222-A.)
SURREY
160 ACRES on the Scott road within
six miles of New Westminster.
Price $86 per acre; one-third cash,
balance six, twelve and eight^m
months,    Investigate this.    (208-a.)
10 ACRES in northwest quarter of
section 19, township 2. $200 per
acre; one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months at 7 per cent, interest. (201-A.)
FIVE ACRES In section 18, township
8, on Newton road. $150 per acre.
Terms over two years. (fil-A.)i
LANGLEY
FIVE   acre   tracts,   consisting   of   the
I    most   fertile   soil   in   Langley     dis- ���
tricts, cleared  and  in  a  high  Btate
of  cultivation;   tram   line    running'
through the property;    good    roads
on  all  sides.    Price $175  per acre,
and up.   Terms, one-fifth cash, balance over three years.
FOR   SALE.
POR SALE���FIVE ACRES IN CITY
limit, all cleared, $700 ier acre for
this month, $500 casli. Murakami,
P. O.  Box 2110, Vancouver.
FOK SALE���CASH REGISTER, IS
inches wide, double key board, first
class condition. Cheap. Apply Ira
A. Reid, Columbia Btieet, next to
tram office.
FOK SALlv���FIYK KOOM COTT'-CK.
neatly new, electric light, half ti In-
ute to car.    Price $1E  ci sh  ' I 0,
balance $20 per month.   Box W. S.,
Daily News.
FOK SALK OK KKXT BY OWNER.
seven room modern house on Fourth
street. Apply on premises for particulars, or 512 Fourth street, New
Westminster, B. C.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
TO LET���FURNISHED KOOM, COR-
ner Agnes and Seventh streets.
FOK    KKXT ��� FURNISHED    BED
room. 4_'t Third avenue.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 713 Trew street.
TO ���,.-,���,���,��� ,w,,s.,,,    PORT MANN
ply    upBtairs Trapp    block,   corner, LARGE   LOTS   (66x132)   on   Johnson
Columbia Btreet  and  Clarkson. I    _     ,    ��..,,���        ,     ��,���,.���        ,    .,���������
road; $200 each; $10.00 casli, $10.uo
per month.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 233 8th St.
TO     KKXT  ���  FURNISHED     BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue, Apply
after 6 p. m. or between !i a. m. und
5 p. m. at. Koom 11. 623 Columbia
street.
TO    RENT ���NICELY    FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank  Building.
FOUND.
FOUND���TEAM OF HORSES, ONE
large red with one white foot; Becond, small blown mine with white
spit on buck. Apply James Dojle,
Penitentiary row. Second notice, if
not claimed  by next Saturday will
be sold  io defray expenses.
MONEY TO  LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN���$1800 TO LOAN
on first mortgage at 8 per cent,;
security must he gilt-edged. Malins,
Coulthard  & Co.,  Ltd.
LAND   ACT.
i   |
New Westminster Land District.    District  of   New  Westminster.
Take notice    that John    Ferdinand
Ihiggs. of Nelson    Island,    occupation
farmer,  intends  to  apply  for  permis-
���sion   to  purchase   the    following    desci ibed   lands;
Commencing   at    a    post   planted
'about   one   mile northeast   from He
head of Billings bay, an I about    40
'chain- easterly from    tbe    southeast I
come- of timber lot   number   3734LI
thence   north   40  chains,  tlience  east
;4()  chains,   thence    south     4u  chains.
| tlience   west.   40   chains   to   point     of
commencement, containing 160 acres
mote or less.
JOHN  FERDINAND BAGGS.
Dated August 29, 1010.
I. O. O. F.   AMITY  LODGE  NO.  %*[--���
The regular meeting:-, of this lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hull, corner Carnarvon and Eighth streets,
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially invited
to attend, W. H. West, N.G.; W. C.
Coatham, P.G.. recording secretary;
J. W. MacDonald, financial secre-
tan
A JAPANESE REAL ESTATE /SND
RELIABLE LABOR AGENCY
J.  WADA,
Tel. 573. 13 Blackie St.
New Westminster, B. C.
*-*.  i i     '."ki.. j,.'.;;,���&��������� n yt"=**=!
,T  PAYS, TO  ADVERTISE...       ,
���in��� : ��� ������ ��� i
THE OAILV NEWS
NEW   WESTMINSTER
TRICT.
LAND    DIS-
District   of   New   Westminster.
"���qjAKE notice that. I,  Willlai
-rt  nick, pf Vancouver,  B.  C.
^^^^^^^^^        illiam  Rob- j
ert Dick,  of Vancouver,  B.  C;   oc-cu-
pation   i ert estate  dealer,  intends to ;
apply for pojjftlaslon to purchase tlie
following Cesertbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted
ahout twenty chains north from the'
southwest corner of Timber Lease
38769, Texada Island, tn��jice west
eighty chains, thence south eighty
chains, thence east eighty chShlsJ
thence north eighty chains to point cf
commencement, containing (MO acres
more or less.
WILLIAM   ROBERT   DICK.
Vancouver,    B.   C,    September   6.
into.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
TSf        DAILY        NEWS
'���       ' :���,   i
'-.
., Stop the Lea Ses
Hn\burCoalBill |
Use a Guixey-Oxford
range :::,.<1 rave 20 per cent.
c f y> ur coal bill.
The " Chancellor" h '
here i.i thc finest ��� :��� el range
made by the well known
Gurney - Oxford O n pany.
'i'i crc's no better to b
i:i thc country. Made in
more styles an '. sizi . than
any steel range i n thc market, with every late device
for economy and convenience.
Material is the best io be
had, i;i.;i>le and out. With
or without reservoir on
cit'.ier end. Guard on ash
door. Braced oven bott m.
R Drop doer on warming <! -
et. Divided < ven flue, t >
in uro even baking. Br i-
er top. Therm meter un
1 ven door If desired. Ma
for coal or w >. d. Besides
these special feature-���
VThe OXFORDS
MONDAY, ���EPTEMHr *
SS. TRANSFER
S***msa~t*m*L
Commencing September  15, the s.s. Transfer will leave Brackman-
harf every afternoon, excepl Sunday, al 2 p.m., for
Ker w
Ladner,  Westham Island and Way Ports
Returning to  New  Westminster Saturday evening.
Returning will leave every week-daj  i orning al 7 a.m. and Ladner
7:30 a.m.   Additional trip Mondaj  mornin     leaving   New Westmln-
ster at S a.m.
This schedule subject to change withoul notice.   For freight and
passenger rates apply to
ROBERT JARDINE, Manager
AND   EVERYTHIN(
YOU NEED
 \
?!
!JMSTihBiigTTr.~arrg;?-"-r.w:- ^^ir��f  *>������       :* .
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced
Cowan'��
Ca
7Hh
fi
Icing
Chocolate, Pink, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut   Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
'
IM'S
665���Columbia Street 6
���      New Westminster, B. C
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waterj
Manufactured by
J. HEM LEY
NEW  WESTMINSTER. E. C
Telephone   Ft   113.  Office:   Pr
icen st
I
Through our branch    office    at    Kam-
i     loops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head   Office        .        451   Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office      -      -      Kamloops, B.C.
fiiZEFta
KENNEDY    BROS.,    LTD.
(Successors to  Ha'e Bros. &.  Kennedy,
Limited.)
Over   Merchants   Bank,  Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
FOP. city,    recidential    and    business
property,    farm    and    fruit    lands,
water frontage, anl  B. ('.  Electric,
and Canadian Northern railway terminal acreage, apply to
KENNEDY     BROS.,    LTD.
Over  Merchants  Bank,  Cor.  Columbia
and   Begbie   Sts.
New Westminster.  B. C.      Phone 335
will   ler-p   fTQt      re   (,V'ri   al   loWMl   |   Hi  bit
iosi for fart.   Viiii *--.%������ at less! 20 pe   cent,
(.1  '.}*������   iotl too  row use   &_4   Hi,I  tike it]
i   chnij odurs ip l!tr tlnniae).
You'll save mom y every <!
tw a Gur i-v-' htfi rd.    And
mora  satisfactory   results   from   .
t i rfcinje.
I/-*, us d?mon��tmtc t i ;. the
" i '������ nomiz r." aad the i hi r ��riirnc; -
( >v" >r\! poi ats of Buperiorit. :���<��� !.��� w
p^rf ~*-ct -i *z ���'*-- r iml' ��� c ���' b ^ c v ��� "
Lsi .-'!������ ���: ni other ��� iurn ���*. ; -xi ��������� I
������ ��� i a and ranges for ca ry purpose and
f t unv kind of fuel. 'In d -������ ��� on
.- ir floorp all tho fim ���.
(l"t    aoqi tain ted     witb    the    1   ���
known. l"��t \tVi-*\ Btovee nnd mnges in
:.'[ Omada.   And dr. n iow���for tbe good
of yuur pockt;tUjok.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
681   Columbia   Street.
'.-���
GOLD  DUST  will
sterilize   your kitchen   things and
make them wholesome and sanitary
B&&*ii��32��S
tssKsssEraR^:"-'���*]__ jpr^wsw. *n i
iUIWOXFID
Soap only cleans;  GOLD DUST cleans and
sterilizes.
Soap washes over the surface, leaving a greasy
film behind it; GOLD DUSTdigsdeep after germs
and impurities, and insures purity and safety.
* Soap needs muscle help (as an exerciser, it's
fine); GOLD DUST does all thc hard part of tlie
work without your assistance, leaving" you to take
your exercise in a more enjoyable manner.
GOLD DUST is a good, honest, vegetable oil
soap, to which is added other purifying materials
in just the right pro-       v   i   /
I I portions to  cleanse    ^^^1///��/���
g j easily,  vigorously, ^^1^
and without harm to ^
fabric,   utensil   or ^__W ^
"Let the GOLD ^*<     lh
DUST  Twins   do
your work."
IT PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE DAILY NEWS
Made by THE   N.   K.   FAIRBANK   COMPANY
Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake.
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51
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FALL HATS
We're as well up in the Hat business as
we are in the Clothing trade. We sell the
hats made by the most noted makers, ho
uncertain hats here.
New Fall Derbys and the new blocks in
Soft Hats ���all the new colorings too. They
are handsome.
We've many good styles, so if you come
here for your hat we will see that you have
the hat you ought to wear.
Our $4.50   Mallory   Waterproof   Hard  or
Soft Hat is the Best Ever Sold for the Money
Stiff Hats, $2.50, $3 to $5
Soft Hats, $2, $3  to $5
Come in   on</ try on some of the Nejv
Fall Shapes
THE
BankofToronto
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS
Many People who have
never before i 11 n in a
position to do .- , may
now be ready I en a
bank account.
The Bank of Tor 11
offers to all such people
the   facilities   of 1
laage and strong b   ��� ]
ing organization.
Interest is paid on Savin's
Balances half-yearly. :: ::
""'���siness Accounts opened
o.-.  javorable  lerrcs.   ::   ::
INCORPORATED 1655
ASSETS   $4S,OCO.OOO
NEW    WESTMINSTt. ,
BRANCH
615 Columbi.1 Street
B. C.
White Star-Dominion
Canadian Service
3PK3r
m
NEW STEAMERS
Montreal to Liverpool
S.S. LAURE""'"^���
Triple   screw,   14,SK"* ton��.
S.S. MEGAN i ,_,
I Twin    screw,    11,900   tons.    The
largest and most modem. Accommodation equal to any crowing  the  Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply '0
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Passenger Staticn
NEW WESTMINSTER
r^i
A.   GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any Design.
Furniture Repaired.
Woodwork of All Kinds,
39  Alexander St.
REID   &   COMPANY
Store of Satisfaction
mm
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
[Central Meat Martel
BOWEL.   & ODDY
Corner  Eighth  St. and  Fifth Avenue.
PHONE  370.
For nil lil"1'3 of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or'leave orders at
The    Arrow   Pr��*s
Mrs. E. M. Domlny, P*��-
near The Dally News Co., 609 ViOW
Street.
Try  a  "WANT"  ad  In  The Neff&
It will bring rfeulti. V
DAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1910.
L,!; of Montreal
v        ESTABLISHED 1817.
,,      $14,400,000.00
g^RVE  '.'.'      11,000,000.00
.   throughout    Canada    and
.;:.<!,  anu   In   London.   En
I- -0 i,. ih cago and Sp ikan
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE Till! ETC.       !
SANITARY   NOTICE.
All   rubbl
i
avenue, when
I,     ���
V
ai! Service
Mextco City.    A   g di
. ..otnosa    transacted.    Let-
with
I isiness
Credii l8Bue��l.
enta in   all
lei
p''
available
parts of
the
s Bank Dapartment���Deposits
[n sums ot $1   and upward,
j' : allbwei al 3 per cai. pei
enl   tdie).
���������  Sunday
Arrive at 21:00.
ROOSEVELT PREDllTS
ROUT OF OLD GUARb
Ar-
" Colonel
��e. mday, Leav,
���' '      '������ 01        '. |  ���-,,,    ]���;.,,!,
B.  ,'���   v. "
i   Bai
Bj  Orde . . . j, |    ���     ������
���
< ity Hall. June 13. 1910
Will
Says    Saratoga    Convention
Adopt   Resolution   Endorsing
Taft's Administration.
hi
Assets   over   $180,1	
NEVV  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
G, d. BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
iTransf er Co.
KlDce 'rhone IM.      Barn  'Phone 13/
Columbia   Street.
guggage   delivered    promptly     d
any part of the city.
| light and Heavy Hauling
0PF|CE���TRAM   riPPOT
Gardiner & Gardiner
tV. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
I ���        i    ".. gl ";ii ti :   Ti ii : Building
New Westminster, B. C.
n-
661
Residence   Phone  133
HOSPITAL
Inster   l  'vate   Ho
Tow usen I   it.     Maternitj
;     non-contagio is     mi
i ci epteil      1 ei ms   I i
. eklj.  For fu   her pai tlcu-
apply   to   Hos] Ital.    . e e
e  7Ti5.
��� LISH WATCHMAKER
oome modi
Sixth avenue.    Pri :e $2625.
Nice eighl ri on i d cottai ������ on
Nanaimo Btreel    Pi Ice $li  0
Two sioi ej bi ven roomed
house on Mowai    I reel   on full
��� i lot. l..i'. i Ij \ lew of river.
I'i lei ir quick -
���   A lan
treet, S on I
lot.   Price $1650.
ad  well  fin
on   Sherbroi ki Pri ������
\
,
of thi
Ai i qui ���
us.
rfsaft ���������
National Finance Co.
H. P. LATHAM. Local Manager.
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
GENERAL  AGENTS���
The    Pacific    Const    Fire    In
surance Co.
The     Prudenti.il     Investment
Co,
The B.C. Permanent Loan Co.
States,"  dailj   excepl   Sun
1 eave 8:00; Ai rive al 9:15.
1 ���  &   Vr.   East,   dailj ;    Leave,   8:30, 	
15;   Anive  ai   8:25,  22:30.
'���"   erton,    daily    excepl     Sunday; Oyster  Hay.  Sept.    2 .���The    utter
Leave. 8:30, 15:45;  Arrive al 9:26 r""A '" ,1m'   ""ll1 guard" by Theodore
and 21:00. ell   al   the    Republican    Btate
���     Mills,   daily   except   Sunday, (convention In Saratoga was predicted
Leave 8 30; 15:45; Arrive ai 9:25. today by Colonel Roosevelt himself.
i     daily    excepl     Sunday; Al the conclusion of a lon.   confer-
10; Arrive al 13:00. i :  e today with half a do/en ol  h'a
so much better than ordinary physics. While thoroughly effective, they never
gripe, purge or cau:;e nausea, and never lose their effectiveness. One of the
best of the NA-DRU-CO line.
25c. a box.    If your druggist has not yet stocked them, send 25o. and we
will mail them. 23
National Druii and Chemical Company of Canada, Limited.       ...       Montreal.
G
! V
'atcies for Ladles trom ��1Z������;
op.
.��� r
Watches,    gents'    open face
V
.
Watches,  gents'  op?n    case.
V
up.
i
for    Waltham   nnd     Elgin
V
h -s.
'
��� h
repalrlr.tr a specialty.
"I- ing thai  we shall have   100   majority.    In  my  opinion " said  In-, "the
Park,  daily   except   Sunday;  lieutenants Colonel  Roosevelt    said: Saratoga convention will adopt a reso-
Leave, 11:00;  Arrive at  13:00, "I think 1 may he reasonably safe In lution  strongly  endorsing  the admin
Edmonds,    daily     excepl     Sunday;' \ ,	
Leave, 11:00;  Arriv.. al  14:00.
East  Uurnaby,  daily  eve,.pi   Sunday;
Le ive;  1 1:00;   Arrive  at   1 1:00.
i: irqultlam,    daily    except    Sunday:
Leave, 14:00; Arrive al  10:00.
Tlmberland,     Tuesday     and     Friday.
Leave, 14:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Strawherry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
; ������   <���   i i:00;   Anive al   10:00.
'��� '<��� tminster   Tu   day and Fri-
Leave, 14:00; Arrive al 10:00.
i r, daily excepl  Sunday;  Leave,
-. rive al L0:00.
���.-,���'��� on,  daily  excepl   Sunday;
e,  11:20;  Arrive al   I ,
Island,   daily   excepl   Sun-
daj   Leave, 1 1:20; .tui' <��� at 10:00.
dailj exci pi   iunday; Leave
Vrrive al  10:00.
nd,   Mondaj    Wedi
I   I'i Idaj;   Leave,  11:20;   Ai rive
daily    except     Sunday;
Leave, 14:20; Arri e at 1
(wards,  Tuesday,   Tl ui iday   and
rd " :   Leave,  14:2 i;   Ai. Ive at
ad 1(5:30.
B.   &   V.   "Vancouver,"   daily   i
nday;   Leave,   l!: 20;   An ive   at
11:00.
i"lot erdale,     daily     i   ci | '     Sunday;
Leave, 1 i.50; Arrit e al 11
Port    Kells,    daily   excepl     -'nday;
Leave, 11:50;  Arrive al   il :50.
ti ���;.   Tuesday,   Thursd ty,   Pi Id tj
I   Saturday;    Leave.   14:60;    Arrive at 11:00.
T; nehe id,    Tuesdaiy    arid     Friday;
Lea .<-. 1 (:50;  Arrive at 11:00.
' Burnaby  Lake, daily  except  Sunday;
Leave, lfi:Oil;  Arrive at 15:15.
n. & S. "States," daily except Sunday;
Leave, 15:45; Arrive at 15:15.
istration ol Pre Idem Taft."
In accordance w ll h the pi e ; lent's
expressed wish, no n enl lon will be
made' of a renomlnatiou ln 1912.
I 'I y-s>
This is the Wonderful New; Flour
that has made such a sensation throughout Western Canada.
Made of hip.'iest grade Saskatchewan wheat, in the newest, best-equipped,
largest mill on the prairies.
Made with the determination to   give users  better  flour-value, greater
certainty rf   baking-success,  fuller satisfaction with the final  result,  whether
with biscuits, cake or bread.
Housewives throughout all the West admit that Robin Hood Flour gives all this.
Therefore, Madam, it is the flour for you.
F. CRAKE
Two Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
VICTOR   A.
JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room  6.  Guichon Building.
Phone
681
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
t.,  t i  26   !(.   P.
2  and  4  Cycle.
Local   Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   S3.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and De:orators.
Estimates Given. Phone 507
214   Sixth   Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER :
B.  C
..CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
Departures.
"  15���To Seattle, Port Moody, Bar-
netl and Vancouver.
8:00���To Vancouver,
9:15���To Montreal, Nicola, Van
ver and local points.
15 I ��� ������ -To St. Paul   Kootenay point?
and Sumas.
16:45���To    Vancouver      and    local
points, Agassiz and tocal points.
19:35���To Montreal and    Okan
points.
.    50���To Vancouver only.
This flour cannot be described in an advertisement.    We use this
merely to give the introduction���to say:
" Let us make you acquainted with Robin Hood Flour."
It Is tho guaranteed flour.    If you are  not sa-tlsflari with It after two fair trials,
ask your grocer fop youp monoy back.    Ho will Klv a lt to you.
Add more water than usual when  using Robin Hood Flour.    Made of such
hard, dry wheat, lt absorbs more moisture   proJucln^ a larger, whiter loaf.
The difference between Robin Hood Flour and other flour
you have io find out for yourself.   That there is a difference
every woman who now us;s Robin Hood admits.
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SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS
LIMITED 1
Moose Jaw, Sask,
CO.
EaaraHsnzss
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwhee er
S.  S.  PAYSTREAK
i ea Brackman-Ker Milling Corn's wharf, New Westminster, with
��� tigers and freight as follows:
��� i.es New  Westminster Tuesday
day and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack  Wednesday, Fri-
and Sunday at 7 a. m.
First Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
WALSH SASH
)R  CO,
\V. E. Walsh      W. E. Walsh. Jr.
Factory, 226 14th St.
New  Westminster,  B.C.
Phone 413.
We  make  a   specialty   of   fir
doors. Bteamed and kiln dried.
Arrivals.
Montreal.
Vancouver,
Okanagan,
Vancouver
7.13���From
Port   Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul
Kootenay and Sumas.
L0:18���From    Agassiz
and local points.
1 6; 1 .".��� From  Vancouver.
18:45���From    Vancouver,     Seattle
and local points.
20: in���From Vancouver.
22:02���From Montreal   and   Nicola
I points.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P.  R.
H. C.   B.  FOSTER,  A.  G.  P. A., Vary I
couver.
OVINCIAL
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Repairs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon   and  Sixth  St.  New
Westminster B. C, Phone 364,
JOHN   DOBSON,  Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTINC
Estimates   Given   on   Any   Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   383
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18" 2   K nots
r.-ave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Mondays and Fridays at 11:30
lun. lor Prince Rupert.
Leave Vancouver (Johnson's wharf) Wednesday and Saturdays at
2:00 p.m. for Victoria and Seattle.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert 5:00 p.m. Sundays and
Wednesdays for Stewart: li):0<��p.m. Mondays for Masset. and 10:00
p.m. Thursdays for Skidegate, Queen Charlotte City. Lockport, Jedway
and Ikeda.
Solid wide vestibule trains of coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago. Detroit, London, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, New York, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston, etc. Longest douole track railway
under  one  management  on  the American  continent.
For rates, time tables, booklets and full information, passenger or
freight, apply to
H   G   SMITH L- V- ��RUCE-
n. usMirti, Commercial  Aaent.
City Passenger and Ticket a Rem. -r.i.���hi��ni. 3006
Telephone 7100      527 Granville Steer, Vancouver.       Telephone 30*0.
GENERAL  AGENCY, TRANSATLANTIC STEAMSHIP LINES.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coasts. Sailings
STEAMSHIPS   FROM   VANCOUVER
to  Victoria.
110:00 a. m    Dully
I 1:00 p.m   Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
10:no a. m   Daily
11:00 p. in   Dally except Saturday
11:30 p. m   Saturday
TO   NANAIMO.
j 2:00 p. m    Dally
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
2:00 p. m   Mondays
s-' a a. in.. .Thursdays and Saturdays
TO   ALASKA.
| U:00 p.m   Every Saturday
TO  PRINCE   RUPERT.
11:00 p.m. Every Thursday and Sat.
TO  STEWART   (Portland Canal).
' L1-.00 p.m    Kfrery Thursday
S. S.  Beaver  leaves  ffew  Westmin-
l ster 8 a.m.  Monday,  Wednesday and
Frlflays:  leaves Chilliwack 7 a.m.
Tuesday.    Thursday    nnd   Saturdays
For particulars, apply to
ED GODLET,
Agent, New Westminster,
C.   B.  FOSTEH.
A. G. P. A , Vancouver.
The   Fall   Fairs.
The dates of the fall fairs through
the upper country and coast have
been announced as follows:
Kamloops.  September   28,  29   and
30
Victoria, September 27 to October 1. ���
New Westminster, October 4 to 8
Inclusive.
Queens   Park,    New  Westminster,   B. C.
Under the Auspices of the Royal Agricultural and Industrial Society
of British Columbia.
OCT. 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8,1910.
$50,000
IN   PRIZES   AND
ATTRACTIONS
$50,000
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
Official Opening, by Hon. Richard McBride, Premier
of the Province, Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 2. p. m.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday���Lacrosse Matches.
Wednesday���Scottish Sports and Scottish Concert.
Thursday���Vancouver Day-American Day.
Friday���Children's Day.
Saturday���Exhibition will continue until 10:30 p. m.
Wagner's Band, of Seattle. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. This was the
official band at the Alaska-Yukon Exposition in i909, and has a world-wide reputation.
Summerland Band. Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Vancouver Musicians' Band, Tuesday afternoon and evening and Wednesday
evening.
Vancouver Pipers' Band, Wednesday.
Al. G. Barnes' Big Three Ring Wild Animal Circus on the Grounds during
the whole Period of the Exhibition.
SPECIAL RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMSHIP UNES
T. J. Trapp,
President
W. H. Keary,
Manager and Secretary.
GOD SAVE THE KING
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY, SEPTEMB
ER 26, ���
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The Daily News
Published by The Dally Mews Publish-
Ing Company, Limited, at their otllces,
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing   Director
LEES LIMITED
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1910.
TARIFF REFORM IN CANADA.
We Furnish Your
Home   Complete
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-713 COLUMBIA  ST., NEW WESTMINSTER.
���������HI MP 111     ill      hi ' I  I   IMISII���'������II���ll���T^
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Home For Sale
This place is on a 52x150 foot lot and is within
seven minutes walk from the Post Office. All
modern with magnificent view location. $2600
with exceptional terms, $400  dash.
The lot is worth nearly this.
REID,   CURTIS   &  DORGAN
706 Columbia St. Phone  466
Every year transfers more patently
the balance of political power in Canada from .Montreal and Toronto and
the manufacturing East to the great
expanding Northwest, says the
Nation. There can, therefore, be no
(juestion of the wisdom of Sir Wilfiid
Laurler's reversion to tlie policy
which always held liis heart and intellect, and wliich now again chimes
with his seme of political expediency.
That the true interests of the people
lay in the direction of land duties an I
reciprocity lias always been evident
to students of the national structure
of the country. Canada from East to
West is a series of developed patches
severed from one another by vast
stretches of wilderness. Each of these
important clearings, with its Industrial and rural population and its rising cities, is flanked by a contiguous
section of industrial development1
across the United States frontier. The
manifest drive of economic and social
intercourse is everywhere, north and
south rather than east and west. Thej
great European markets for agricultural produce would doubtless in time
I
June justified the creation of a direct
railroad    service    along    the    routes
taken by the Canadian Pacific and the
Grand Trunk. But the forcing of th?se '
i
routes, to the comparative neglect of
the American routes and markets, has
been "Against Nature." An.l .Nature
through the play of mutual interests,
is now beginning vigorously to assort
itself.
The scare-monger of the Daily Mail
is doubtless right in his assertion that
"Everywhere, the opinion is held that
within the next two years a treaty ofjimF��r<  (luties' she must ���n,in��e for
reciprocity will be concluded betwtei   Bolre tin:e t0 depend largely on    this
the   United     States     and   Canada," j source of revenue.    Nor is it  likely
though liis interpretation of this high- Jt,:at- maintaining a tariff for revenue.
ly commendable measure as marking sbe   wiH  :l''''-''-v  ,he ful1  1:,"ic nf free
"the first step towards imperial dlsln-  trade b-'' rigorous insistence upon ex-
tegratlon,"    is    a    ridiculous    "non- c,ss dll,ies t0 cffset ,he Import duty
sequitur."   It is possible that such   an jin the oase of ����0(Is where competi-
arrangement may   involve   a parti 11tion of ho'-re Industries is    involved,
withdrawal     of   British     pre.'erence. IWhat v'e lline ,0 exPect *s an early
Though Sir Wilfrid Laurier no doubt [revision   of   the   present   tariff,   with
quite honestly .'Isolates any Intention general reductions   on   manufacture!
of  revoking   the impe.iil  preference, U00d8  at  ,ow  ru,es-    Both   measures;
the   logic  of   reciprocity   may   oblige very  (,��nreivably  involve a  reduction!
him to make Bach concessions to the ot the Imperial preference.   This fact,
manufacturing Interests cf the United taken ln conjunction with the explicit
States as  virtually  to cancel  the ad-  iind repeated declaration of Canadian
vantage wliich the present preferenc?   farmers  that  they  seek    no    Brlt's'i i
gives to our machinery and metal ex-  preference for their agricultural    exporters.      In    the     most      profitable  port8' Practically    destroys    the    Im-:
branchea of textiles we should doubt- perla1   r',anl;  in   tlle  P'&tform  of  our
less  continue  for Bome  time  to  hold \ Protectionists.    They   will   shortly   he '
our own.    But those who have follow- driven to throw aside their thin cloak
ed the actual history of the Canadian of Patriotism and stand forth as the
preference    are   aware    that    it    [8 Pocket-polltlcians they are content to j
eventually an   ephemeral   policy.   A. helP their paymasters to get value for
nation  with  the manufacturing ambi-  their contributions to the propaganda
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For Immediate Sale
An Opportunity For Mixed Farming
Forty acres A-l dairy farm, one mile from station. Thirty-five acres
under cultivation, balance light brush. Six roomed house, barn to
accommodate sixty tons feed and twenty-eight head of cattle. Splendid water, constant supply; first class soil. $200 per acre, half cash,
balance at 6 per cent. Stock, implements and crop could also be purchased cheap.   Apply to
A. G., P.O. Box 29, City.
No Agents Need Apply.
STORE HOURS: 8 A.M. to 6  P.M.     SATURDAYS,   8   A.M.   to   10 P.
M.
New Westminste
:)
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Leadi
ing
St
ore
Is rapidly neat ing completion, and what an improvement has been  made With    this    enlargi
have been put to considerable inconvenience during the alterations���the position   in which   .-.������   u,
placed made tt necessary to have more space, so ns to be able to cater to better   advantage   ���
rapidly   increasing   business,���but   we  trust  our patrons  will  tind   pleasure  In  Shopping  at   a    tore ��
the improved facilities that are to be found here.
We invite every one to come  in and inspect our fine large store.
Regarding Patterns
We are exjecting a full range of McCal] patterns In a day or two���the pattern we are goli g I
now on.    Further notice will be given on arrival.
Imported Coats
'.": ~*i^r^y&i.u*jt<,
the Canadian movement towards fie?
importation. While Canada is not i re-
cluded by constitutional obstacles, as
is the United States, from finding
through direct taxation substitutes for
Auction Sale!
Of Household furniture
I have received instructions from W. Lang, 220 9th
St., between Third Ave. and
Queens Ave., to dispose of
the following household effects by public auction,  on
Monday, September 26,
at above address at 2 p. m.
One cook stove, one kitchen table,
two chairs, one screen safe, one dining room table, two rocking cbaiis,
one carpet, one heater, one centre
table, one invalid chair, seven window
blinds, one hall carpet, one bureau
and stand, one bed, spring and mut-
tress, one bureau and stand, six cane
bottom chairs, one pair of curtain
stretchers, three boxes of pears, three
dozen quarts of assorted preserves,
garden tools, etc., etc.
Terms cash.
See tlie window display of new Imported coats for fall and winter    wear.    Stunning mi   ���
tweed���the season's newest nnd mosl popular material for coats,   From  	
Handsomely Tailored Fall Suits
Many interesting models are displayed heie.    This section is like a  life size fashion    book    lhe  ni
models are placed on show as soon as they arrive���and to walk through this part of thi
turning the pages of a gigantic book of up-to-the-minute fashions.  W'e carry, withoul a doubt,
and most complete range of ladies' read)  to wear.   Come to this stoie  and   find   your  style  pt
solved.   Our prices will Bull you.   From  _ $18.50 to $50.03
IB
NOTICE
JOSEPH THAVERS, Auctioneer
Columbia Street.
The Twentieth Annual
EXHIBITION
of the District of Surrey Agricultural
Association  will be    held    at    Surrey
iCentre,
Tuesday, Sept. 27
Special   ear   11.   (\   K.   I{.   wil   leave
Front street at 9 a.m., returning same
[day.
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WORKS���Corner  Eleventh  and Csrllne.
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tions wbicb Canada entertains will
not long I e able to muke th-^ preferential policy for British manufacturers fit in cit her with a protectionist
or a free trade policy.
The demand    of    the farmers    for
tariff (eductions and reciprocity mus
find an early expression ln Camidian
fiscal policy.    But it is probable that
English free traders may be deceived
of tariff reform. But they will not
succeed. The revolt of the Canadian
farmer will go far to expose the me n-
ing of protection to our rural electorate, and they, when once lt Is made
manifest that nothing can be done for
them, will focus their Intelligence
more clearly on the proposal to make
them pay higher prices for the manu-
in their interpretation cf the pace of factured goods they buy.
B. C. INVENTOR  MAKES
SUCCESSFUL  FLIGHT
Victoria, Sept. 25.���W. \v. Gibson,
tlie Victoria inventor, made a second
flight yesterday in his aeroplane. He
I went three quarters of ;i mile, demon-
I Btrating the stability of his craft and
1 the effectiveness of his motor power.
A   strong  cross   wind   troubled   the
inexperienced aviator and he hesitated
using his rudder. After landing safely,
his machine, before he could check it,
collided with a tree, slightly injuring
It.
J. STEWART,
President
H. BOSE,
Sec.-Treas.
WATCH    REPAIRS
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Applications wil be received by tho
undersigned up to 6 p.m. of Monday.
October 3, 1910, for the position of
Building Inspector. Salary to commence at $126:00 per month.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, Sept. 22, 1010.
Try  a  "WANT"  ad  in  The  News
It will bring results.
Probably that watch of yours is not giving you proper Batlsfaellon. i
Vou have had It In the repair shop, but, while It is running, will ��',! x
run accurately. The reason for dissatisfaction Is that the man wbo ��
did the repairs iH either incapable or doing good work or la ""' '' '.
sclentlous In bis work, or, In all probability, be is gifted with both ol
the faults mentioned.
We have boen fortunate in securing the services of a first Cass
watch nan who has taken charge of our watch repair work. A man
who win tell you the truth in regard to the condition of your watcb,
and will repair It properly, and, as a consequence, It will not only
run, but keep accurate time.
Agents for Howard, Ball and Longine Watches.
. Chamberlin's
THE
JEWELER
TWELFTH STREET, new residence,
seven rooms, and large concrere
basement, bath, etc.; lot 41x110;
lane in rear; good position on car
line and commanding flne view.
Price (3600, easy terms.
No. 137.���New six-room house on
Tenth street, close to the business
district; full lot with lane in rear.
.850 cash will handle tils snap and.
the balance can be arranged to suit
purchased hi     ''*"��� '
GOOD BUYS IN CITY HOMES
ROYAL AVENUE, near Seventh
street, large modem house, recent'y
renovated throughout. Price $4000;
11500 cash.
LONDON  STREET, close to Twelfth
street, large lot, cement sidewalks.
'    Pike $660;   .2C0  .ash.
White, Shiles & Co.
Fire Insurance Specialists
COLUMBIA STREET      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
No. 133.���New seven rooW house" on
Henley street, near Orphanage,
(soon to be paved). $2750; one-
third cash, balance to arrange.
No. 132.���Fine residential lot, wlt'i
small hoime, close In, on future
business street; the best speculative buy in the city. $2600; one-
third cash, balance easy payments.
No. 111.���A full sized lot cleared and
in fruit on Regina street, with comfortable house; sewer on this
street; for $1800. Small cash moment will handle thsl. i/lON
DAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1910.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SPORTING NEWS fcHup,otaain
TSTheeast IpoiStIsrey
on Banks of Fraser
(Continued Kum: Page Oni)
RUTH ABOUT LACROSSE   TOR UNIVERSITY SITE
L Well Handled, De-St. Mary's Hill, Coquitlam,
jclares Sage of the Sport- Suggested as Alternate-
k'ationals Beaten Squarely    Central Park  Unsuitable
r,    v the Montreal Star and
Li. Telegram, probably the   two Ithe
Lt unfair newspapers to western la
|gSP will print the following story
joe   Lally,   a   temporary |t0 seleet the site of British Columbia'
3W
uver, Sept. 25.���The reporl or
commission named by
authority of legislation or last session
Itten by
fnber of their reporting staffs. Why new university was made public yes
0  papers  picked  oul   a man terday, having heen received only last
""' J"s- Mondaj
>,- bis fairmlndedness
sdto reporl  games lor then, is"  a  7nQay' aml ,J"",K;l1 ;" ,l"' Wednes
|zlei-   Lally does not write the kind   . ,a>  Meeting ol the executive council.
Idope tlie Star likes,  of  th ���  kind  J1,1.0 report is dated June 28, and is as1
would   accept   from   any   other
Fourth Quarter.
VVhen the fourth quarter com-
,""""'1 Ducketl took Secours' place
;" centre, the centre man having
twisted his leg In some manner during
'he i revious quarter. The change
was no advantage to the Nationals for
the big new arrival did not show up
brilliantly, it would not have done,
!m" any good, if he had and perhaps I
he realized that sad fact, a few min-
utes after play started Clement and
Feeney started the nearest thing to a
Qght that occurred in either mate i,
They were sent off and came on the
fence talking in a threatening manner
and giving each other Oaring pokes in
the ribs, They seemed to be Inclined
to continue the affair beneath the
friendly shade of the press stand, but
Chief Bradshaw sort or wande.ed
around an 1 the incident closed.
Decarie hit Bill Turnbull on the
head and knocked him cold. While
the the water hoys were running on
I to thr. field they ran into Decarie, who
had recovered the ball and the
Frenchman says that they upset the
I pail of water on him.    However, Its a
The repoit is dated June 28,
: follows:
but probably the Star hoped the . Victoria. B.C., .lune 28, 1910.
0UB referee would be biassed   in   '" lliH Honor the Lieutenant-Gover
���f the Frenchmen In his report.        nor ln Council.
kunately for the west, Lally is to,,!    Sir,���The   university site    commis
aaii  to  pander  to  the  Star  or  sl��"  begfi "' BUbmit the following re-   sll,t'   thing   that   something   annoyed!
,Telegram and his stories of   the  port:    '" accordance with   the    pro-  lli,n for he slugged ths pail of water!
visions of the University Site Commis-   witl1  his stick  and threw the inoffen- |
;sion   act,  min,    your    commissioners   sive cup into the bleachers.    He went
have visited and tna.le a careful   ex- '���������' for Ave minutes for hitting BIT.     |
lamination of several  cities anl  rural       Westminster    took     advantage    of!
distii-is suggested a:   suitable anker-! "'eir  extra   man   and    scored    again. I
slty sites and have selected as the lo- j Grumpy passed to Len who turned his !
cation  for the  university the  vicinity i back on his check
I of tlie city of Vancouver.
Westminster, B. C, Sept   24.���      We bave lhe llon"'' to be, Sir, your
all ever, shouting and all,    the'obedi^t servants,
���nplons winning by a score ll to 1,i       (Signed)
making a total in the two games I K- c- Weldon, Chairman.
G. Dauth,
C. C. Jones,
0. D, Skelton,
Walter C.  Murray, Secretary.
Accompanying    this    report-in-chief
ltd Cup matches are the stoiies of
actually happened, and not what
hid have happened, according   to
Item conceptions.
courtesy of Mr. Lally, the Xews
Inabled to publish Tils Impressions
|l.e big name today.    Here i.s his re
in  I.    The cup  remains on thel
i of    lhe    river    discovered    by
nn Fraser, tlie Scot from the old
|>li of St. Andrews, in the county |
Itormont, and one more Minto Cup
ory ly the Salmon Bellies will be : embodying the finding of the commis-
Irlbed at  the base of the coveted
trware, to furnish history (or corn-
generations who will follow in the
steps of the present    champions.
Wesl minster    iigures    that    the
lae i   'ne  to  stay  as the    rising
kratlon of youngsters takes to la-
l#p In New  Westminster as a kit -
(does to a saucer of cream or   a
ta a ripe water    melon    on    a
it s inday morning.
a n bin redbreast watches over
lurtures her young so does    the
eneratlon   of   hern: se   plaj ���
���"���: t ll age calls upon th  in to hang
implements of   war,   e lucate
minds and bodies of the Westmln-
by taking an active intei ei I
levelopment, flrsl as lacrosse
s and then as useful citizens. It
here that  the lacrosse play-
tllis little city  get  the plums,
a business    and    political
point,    yes, old standbys of the
i   iis   lirst   inception   mingle
���  joung fellows and relate   to
bout four feet in
front or the goal and quietly scored.
The goal was earned In almost the
Identical manner as th" one Len got
in the first game. All hope of holding
down the score w,.s spoiled a minute
later when Lachappelle scragged
George Rennk and went off. Nationals had ten men to Westminster's
twelve and just to make sure that the
Minto Cup  would  stay  in  the  Royal
sioners Is an auxiliary report address
ed to the minister of education. Hon. |
Dr.  Young, which    reads    as follows:!
"The university   site   commission   is j
strongly of the opinion that the university should not he placed on a site!
which may In time be completely surrounded by a city.   They respectfully
suggest   that   not   less than  250  acres
(Continued on  Page Seven.)
MISSION   MOVEMENT
IN  CENTENNIAL YEAR
Xew York, Sept. 2',.���The mission-1
ary movement as an organized movement is just mo years oil this year,
and the centennial or the formation of
be set apart for the university campus j the American board of foreign mis-
and Tim acres ror experimental pur- sionarles, tbe oldest of the American
roses in agriculture and forestry. This | societies, will be duly celebrated at
is exclusive cf a forest reserve for Boston next month.
forestry operations on a large scale. In this country the   United   States
Point Grey Selected. has taken the lead of all nations    tn
"The commissioners are of the opln-  foreign missionary work.
lon that the most suitable site   is   at :    Contributions of the  United States
Point Grey unless the soils there and | have come to $lu.o(i0.nO(i in a total of
Honolulu Pine
Apples
Yakima Peaches
Gravenstein
Apples
Blue Plums
Prunes
California
Grapes
Bananas
Also trv our SWEET POTATOES and nice ripe
TOMATOES
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading  Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers ln All Kinds of
LUMEBR,  LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES      LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     ANO
FANCY  GLASS.
Royal City*Planing Mills  Branch
Telephone  12
New Westminster
Eox  13'
\j. r\.
$24,000,000 a year.    There    are    r>H7
missionaries who are    supported    by
American   gifts,   and   they   employ   al-
inns'     30.000     native ' teachers    and
that of the Delta land adjacent are
found to he unsuitable for the experimental work Of the college of agriculture. Should Point Grey prove
Impossible the commissioners sug- j preachers. There are Too.inm member.-,
gest: of    Christian    churches    In    heathen
Kiist.���A site along the shore west   lands.
of North Yancouver, provided the tun-   ___________________________
nel and bridge are constructed.
Second.���St. Mary's
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
Contractors and
Mouse Builders
^/Ve have a iull   line   or   the   Best
Builders   Hardware in this City.
Before Building See Us, as we   believe   we   can   save   you
money.     Also Complete   Stock   oi   PAINTS   and   OILS
T. J. Trapp & Co., Ltd.
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 $5.06 to $50.00
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER  AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
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Ithe stories of the struggles thev
to gel   possession    of  the    mug      Second��� St. Mary's hill overlookln
: is done so much to advertise tlle pltt> Fraser and Coquitlam rivers,
llttli   city with the English name.  Provided residences are   erected   for
ers  like  Hob    Cheyne,    Fred  tlie students,
ih, Wells   Gray.    Alex    Turnbull1    Central Park, although conveniently
otners who are as well known injSltuated, will probably   be surroundc-
��� as they are on the coast, can  >'>' tlle clties of Vancouver, and Now
und almost every night at Queens | Westminster, and because of this
putting youngsters through their ,ot t'��e absence of existing scenic ..d-
:��, and like robins    in a cherry. vantages, ls undesirable.
lr< constantly adding    to    their j Agricultural  Education,
era  until   todav   Now   Westmln-i    "vvi,lle ���������*- commissioners are fully
u   boast of more and better ex-  convinced that    it   is   of the highest
nta of the gutted sticks than any importance to have all the faculties of
city in Canada '"'ie university  doing work of univer-
gamo p.o'veJ    conclusively sh>- ^;lde l��oate,d together, they be-
New Westminster team is un-, Uere   hat    he diverse conditions   of
>  ."Ry the greatest aggregation   ot agriculture In t! is province
players in the world. . ��� ��� '
slide s absence from the home ma-,
illy weakened the Nationals, who
! NEW JEWELLERY STORE
the   lirst.   half  of  today's   game
Bed to lose heart. I
The game wns comparatively I
fn and while both teams showed a
position to loosen up and mix lt
ft-.f^ the last half Matt Harr and
I'-i-l Yorke put on the brakes, and
It checks were handed out. in
I'll succession, They handled the
well, never once losing their
l!| the players.
The llrst quarter, which ended
11 one for the champions,  was a
witlful exhibition ot   lacrosse,   as
the   llrst   lifteen   minutes  of
cond,   hut   from   thai     on     the
P'"l i'His  had   the    game    well    in
''! and the Frenchmen seemed to
-' and   lose   heart.    The   Nationals
real  number of admirers and
brilliant   play  on  their  pari   was
!ll|> applauded.   Tbey were beat-
fairly and squarely nnd although
la'ed  have made a great  number
friends on the coast by their sports-
Nike conduct.    "Dare Devil" Gati-
!'r was the Idol  of the  gans  and
'.* big hit by his brilliant w;,'m
Played a remarkable ga.;;ie In both
itches and was the fastest man on
field,
[Tta r68t of Mr. Lally'8 story U a
,Sll'l turn of the game.)
In this province   make it I
idvisable to divide the work of agri- j
cultural education between the college;
of agriculture  at   tlie  university and i
schools of    agriculture   of secondary
I grade locatod in the different centres.
1 The college of agriculture should con-
' duct researches, provide courses lea l-
I ing to a degree, supervise the exten-
| sion work and schools of agriculture.
: These  schools  should  be established
In conjunction with the demonstration j
farms in typical centres   and   should
provide short courses, extending over
��� the  wintOT  months,  of two or three j
1 years for the sons of farmers.    Each
school might specialize In one or more
branches, such  as horticulture, dairying, etc.
i "Similarly, technical evening schools
might be opened in the different coal
mining centres, for the preparation of
candidates for mining certlflcates, and
In the metal mining districts for the
assistance of prospectors and others."
Best Men Wanted.
| The commissioners have been greatly impressed by the marvellous ilch-
1 liess, variety and extent of the
'natural resources of this province,
and by the very generous provision
' made for the endowment of the uui-
S. E. EDWARDS
Has opened a new Jewellery Store, where ne is
showing a new and complete stock of high class
goods,
WATCHES and  CLOCKS  REPAIRED
EYES TESTED FREE
S. E. EDWARDS
445 Columbia Street
New Westminster, B. C   1
vers'.ty. and they are of the opinion
that if the university adopts a policy
of offering salaries ran. lng from $3500
to $5000 to Its professors it will attract men of the highest ability who
by their scientific investigation., and
outstanding reputation will not only
materially aid in developing the resources of the province, but will also
place the university on an equality
with the best universlti s In Ame tea.
THROUGH   WHIRLPOOL
RAPIDS  IN  BARREL
"Scientific Rag."
f1" Hie authority of WIlTvm NoBe-
Pnhy, trainer of the Nationals, The
"n,twil Star last Monday in an eight
JUhin heading Informed Its readers
r" "Scientific 'rag' permitted by
Iwees beat Nationals." Nosey's
,y 's u peacherlno.
Cup Was Budged.
Jrhe Ottawa Free   Press   mlldl;
Hri,lK   i|s
'ess miiuiy in-
readers that "The Minto
Was budged by the Nationals."
Ir<'- Monsieur Lecours turned it
n'"ul in C. A. Welsh's window.
"i
^'re,at Nanaimo Canneries.
Nanaitfo, Sept. 25.���Fire broke out
,ll<' herring canneries this morn-
�� and before it could be controlled
I^Foye . three of the -large salterles
, t,a<Hy damaged a fourth, entailing
"IKs estimated at $20,000.
WHISPERS AND SHOUTS.
SCANDINAVIAN TRAVELLERS
SCORE   CANADIAN   LINER
Niagara Falls. N. Y.. Sept. 26.���
Robert Reach, of Niagara Fulls, Ont.,
yesterday made a tiip through tho
whirlpool rapids In a barrel, starting
from tlie Maid-of-the-Mlst landing at
the cantilever bridge. Except for a
few scratches and bruises, Reach,
wbo claims to have made the trip
several tines befoie, was unhurt.
MtSt Hazel Kirke���Oh, 1 thlrtk It's
lu*t tine.   1 never saw a game before,
Hull. I like it immensely.    I'm so glad j
1 came. j
C. A. Welsh���Shake.
VV. H. Rowley���I wish we could see
lacrosse like that in the east.
Con Jones���I'm glad, because 1 need
R in my business. (Note���"It" may
mean Con's native joy or possibly the
Minto Cup.)
Chorus of Nationals���Onze a un.
Sucre twin de bleu, e'est assez pour-
vous falre crever. C'est amusant, hein.
Tonnete d'enfer. Maudit dlable. (Free
translation of above, kind.y given by a
National bi-linqrist: "The Westminsters plaved a great combination
game and never let up. We missed
Newsy very much.")
Chorus of Westminster fans���
"There'll be a hot time in the old
town tonight." (Free-man translation
of above:  What's your's.)
Curtain. . -  . '���-���  .'.,
Copenhagen, Sept. 25.���Serious co n-
piaints are being published ln Scandinavian papers over tlie names of
Swedish. Finnish, Norwegian and Danish emigrants to Canada, as to the
treatment they received on their passage across the Atlantic from River-
pool aboard the Canadian Pacific liner
Empress of Ireland.
They allege tbat all tlie way over
the English emigrants were treated
to special privileges, while the Scandinavians were kept under the most
stringent regulations. The Britishers
were allowed the run of the first
deck but tbe Scandinavians were
packet tightly together on the second deck. -.,'__,
In the dining saloon the Biitish
were given separate tables at the s'di)
and better food was served to them.
The sleeping accommodation was inadequate and the cleanliness aboard
was not such as to meet with the ap-
jproval of these Scandinavian travel-
'Iers.                                 .... mnS*.
HOULT CANNOT COMPETE
AT VICTORIA EXHIBITION
New Westminster will not be represented at the, athletic amateur meet
which is one of the features of the
Victoria exhibition. Jack Hoult, who
Is generally relied on to uphold the
honor of Westminster ou such occasions, did not receive any entry forms
and consequently cannot compete.
He wrote for forms ln March, but
did not receive them. At that time
he was told to watch the Vancouver
papers for Information about tbe meet,
but the first thing he Baw in the
papers was that the entries were all
In. He wrote again and yesterday re
celved a reply, signed by A. J. Brace,
In which It was stated that the entry
forms had been sent to him some
time ago. However, Jack did not receive the forms and the letter stated
that he was too late to enter and so
he Is out of the running.
Hoult will compete pt the sports
here during the provincial exhibition.
Canadian Pacific Railway
Visit The
VICTORIA EXHIBITION
Sept. 27th to Oct 1st
Tickets on Sale Sept. 24 to Sept 28
Good to return until Oct. 6.
Rate SINGLE FARE AND ONE
THIRD FOR ROUND TRIP
Canadian Pacific Railway
Live
Stock
Insurance
Rive stscl; lnsuance Is a subject that should interest all stock
raisers, horse breeders, and horse men. ��
The theory of live stock Insurance Is not new, untried or   tiem-
porary, but one that has stood the test for many years and met with
absolute success.
The British Empire Insurance Company is the only companr Ib
the West that Insures live stock against denth from any cause.
GENERAL AGENT.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62
Mi il  'ill    'I    1
7RtWJ.W*^iaaVy PAGK SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
/
MONDAY. SEP.EMeEr
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOaRD    OF    TRADE���NEV,    iVEST-
mint ter Bi ard I I ra le meets ;n fie
board room, City Hall, as follows;
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly meeting on the intra
Thursday of February, .May, August
anl Novemt) r, at s p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday or
February. New members may be
proposed nnd elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. c. H.
Stnn"-;-Wade. secretary.
A
PRINTERS.
.VESTM'XSTER PTtKSS FOR EVEKY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Tio\ 142. Old
Dally  Xews Block. Sixth street.
PIANO TUNING.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner, W. E.
Martin. Mus. Bac, 811 Dublin St.,
Phone L 615.
LABOR AGENTS.
  *_**���
COAST LABOR AGENTSi MAN'.V
ger G. .1. Sykes), 62 Powell Btreet,
Vancouver, Plume 3575. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Hing us up, wire oi
write if unable to visit  us.
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE &   EDMONDS,  BARRIB
t. rs and solicitors. Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. \Y. J. Whiteside, H.
I j,  Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Gulchon block, comer Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, Williams building, ll Granville street. F. C, Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
���Martin.
Act nciv, don't wait
For chance cr tats
To bring ihe prize.
Seize neiv ihe reps
Thai's held by hepe,
Ard realize.
MVNYON.
CTI3N means life1, means progress,
���   SUM   IS,
The sentiment of successful men
of today is expressed b tho word
"now."
'i he fri  t God Nov. not yesterday,
In i salute and homage pay
We :n-:.t no longer be governed i-; t-ie
customs,   th-   usages      i dnetiincs
of the past.
Adhering 11 old
method i, ?n ������:;, 1
by worn-out dogmas, is responsible for most of
our ills and misfortunes.
For     thoiipinds
of    yours    people
been led to expect eick-
nesn,    decrepitude    and
death.
The teaching of the pulpit has been,
"Frcpare to di:," instead of, "Prepare
to  live."
Thc public, ns well -*-* physicians, have
taken it for granted that a man alter
lie gets to be seven-
<'SiP*kVjy <v- eighty or nin ty
year- i : age, is a
uselcsq mi mbor of
society. These fain iou;        doctrines
piu.'-; be eliminated
from our th u bl .
Pi ople generally i. I
what they e:
3 would h iv    ihe
public schools incul-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^  y-.'.t* 't;-.'.'t tlie
of ail sehe.lars. thnt
mm should live alraoi' in li Bniti ly. That
they are Gods of their own de tinv.
My theory that the lower bowel is responsible for mo:: ills, e rri wa and failures, as well as premature d a'.h, Laj
awi en la p"ncral
interest. Labi rr.l
physi ians a n J
scientists  are com-
&
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New Arrivals
1910.
��� IF YOU WANT A      '*****$
i*j
g   In Girls* and Misses' Dresses in
All Sizes and Prices
A. J. BIRTCH
Tha White House 617 Columbia Street
roNic
Try ASAYA NEURAL
IT GIVES RESULTS.   PRICE ^
i
��� EYES   TESTED   BY   OPtIcTan
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rug d
3Y  OPTICIANS.
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��� Weekday Schedule
:
10. 6:20. 6:50.
:20,
at   8
and
ii���   *tt~*^ * \*
*
*
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver  at  5:50.
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at f>:50, 6:50, 7:L'0, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults,  60c;   children  under  11',  :i,ric.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave   Westminster   for  Vancouver
a.   in.  and  every   half  houi'  thereafter until   11   p.  in.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at   8   a.   tn.,   '.t   a.   tn,
every half hour thereafter until 11:30  p.  in.
Sunday Excursion Hates:   Return fare, r.iic; children, 2ac.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m.. 11:20 a. in. and 3:20 p. tn. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and ,".:l'0.
CITY    AND   SAPPERTON    LINE.
City
Limits  Line���20-mlnute service from .VM a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from S a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
aapperton   Line -20-minute  service from C 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m,
Sunday   Service���20-minute service from 8:10 a.m. to il:::" p.m.
��� B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Wc have tke choicest selection
by tke test of makers. Hats
Guaranteed to Fit Well and
Wear  Well.
We  are   sole   agents   for  sucn
\\
ell k
nown makes as
.
I
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EU
J
lt.  'I'.  PRINCE,  EXPERT  AOCUI NT-
ANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for thei
Hall Safe Co.   Offlce, Room 9, West-j
is i; ster Trust  block, city.
STENOGRAPHY     fi.    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ItOO.M     22
Curtis Block.   P. 0. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Coumbia street. Telephone 02.
REAL   ESTATE
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CU.
Real   hist.ite  and   Insurance  Agents���
Citv,  farm   and  sunnrban   property.
628 and 746 Columbia St.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' ANU MENS TAI-
loring. A new line ol Spring suiting jusi In. Baton making, pn ss-
:   . n     Iring.    46 Lorne street.
Phone R fi  -.
DYERS   AMD   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITV   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R27S- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
mi nding me for this
bold stand, for they     """"^.'.i.   ::**W$ta\
recognize   that   if   the
bowels are clogged, Mi-
pr��tion,     liver   troubles
heart affections and l.in-
dred ailments are : ure to
follow.
Munyon's Paw Paw
Laxative Pills flush th?
bowels without irritating. They build up tue system intend
of weakening it. Thi y di i I everj I
that is put into tho eI mach. They
habituate the bo���els to act regularly
without any foreign n*-'.. tarn . and I
cbn't bclievo t'acra was ever a better
1 !oo 1 i u '.'..��� r th in
these ] I want
every   person   who
i :.' rs   v ith   indi-
gSStii n,   every  per-
:   D   who   is   C'".--!-
pated. every pei    a
who  hns any liver
nilm. nts, ( vt ry :   r-
eon who has i espies  or   any   e
erupti n, t -��������� ry 11 r-
Bon v ho i   i   v"
^^^^^^^^^^^^    nr. I I I I ��� '.'.cl, to
get   a   t '������' ag��   of
Munyon's Paw Paw I.   ati\ ��� i il     T!   '
come    in    two    sizes.      ' ���        |
ten  cents   (10c),  nr  fori 1        '���   '
twenty-five cents (25c).
with "a   di=tin' ���
thev don't do all that '
if they don't keep you j   -
happy, I will n fun I
'���X^SZ
S3tiB����2&��3
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j
1
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J W_\   m   ���' ' *-*i     \       .V   .    $ -r-i     a   A
Jb%C 5-JJ JW.   -.,J-lh   ^l> uiliid ��"^;1
������:'   t..r t-T\\ inw,  _-m\ .,
\��iLA   Ml ^^ ''-^JM-l
QrgRW* ���� *^i-r*rt**,**��*$ ^-" ~~7ftP��%*
V     liytS'.iJ.i.AL^i^ ��** \^/ v / -4-1 Vii
is the most efficient a*i6
MACE FROM PURE CREAM OF TATITAR
No a!um, lime or ammonia.
Christies Celebrated English
Make
Hawes   Von   Gal American
Make j
Also carry a   full   line   of   the     ���
Famous Stetson Hats
.aaHia: a��sgsag^cr3S3caaa>asBaiJ
~.*zzzr ^TCijz nccKtrrJ
Sent On Approval  ���
To Responsible rEorr.K   ^ PMlLh
V3UHTA%
Laughlin p^
FOUNTAIN PEN M
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ind
��B
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will  harm  the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen thc skin.
Sold by all dealers at ..
LIVERY   STAELE.
KING UP 250 FOK HACKS A.NU
smart turnout The Jfistiion Stables.
RED GEM pH
U/}B InK Pencil
Your Choice of
W3i��
ive Gents a Bar
i
See Oar Special $2,511 Hat
Get a line on   our    Hat   Goods
at once.     It will  pay you well,
. r^hiS Sins
9 *& -1 M JL aW* ii, ^ W V
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
^and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B.C. I
W*9 Q <S________B CS9BKBBO (SHBKSSaSSBO^^
FISH   AND   GAME.
BKNSON & AYKi.NC. KKSH. ,'KUll.
Gnnie. Vegetablps, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal.
FURNITURE
W.    K.    FA1.ES,    THE    KUKM'IIjui'.
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker, j
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Plione 176, night call 81.
$
Thais
Two
Popular
Articles
for onl��
Poii
paid
to iny
���ddrtss
CABINET   MAKING.
D. V. LEWTHWAJTIS, UAblftjiJ/-
maker and upholsterer, 426 Clarkson street i behind Burr block).
Furniture made and repaired. Mis-
slon furniture in lir and oak
V/OODWORKING.
\
. JSSTM1XBTEH       WUUUVVununu :
C<j.,  baiik, ollice and Btore littings;
cabinet, stair,    gbbweases,  manteu
and dritaii work.    Designs and esti-
mates  furnished.    J.   Brookes,  pro
prietor.      Works:   Corner  Eleventh
and car line.      P. O. box 254, FUone
473.
Bf USVKD M*lt tc FlTlA.        * j
Lut,ran .nt are Lxact.Sm
R��ery pen guaranteed
full 14 Kt. be lid Gold���cut
un rijht IiaikI may bfi had
in cuther our htandard
Mack opaque pattern, or
Noo-breakible Trantpot*
em, as deilred, either in
plain or enararetl 6niih,l
��� s preferred. '
Ten M* tr7tt.l1 p��n k wit^W,
if roadenoifljul n Mtepimiitid,
k Utur   ��ttlri. Mian f��u C*�� H��
tui* t.yr mn nun t>�� iracut
M-'i >���   iny otlwr n***,*, if nr|)
i-ntufif uUtttaOtort In ��� ttf ttl
���i"-�� retnra it ud **>* will ��-ni
jw�� ll.Wfwril. '
rrtcwurTiionrfam*.!! ���,*,*{ J
Popalar B��a On ink ttnell,   *.
(i<tni late Imi proof (riamph, tin��>
.*%*)   f *rritr<l    i r*    ��ny    j-oiltiort     in
j..<kut oi  ibapptfll i.��r. writn tt'-
*n.    ��!ik:le at fir.t \ inch,    } l-tU  ���
ii'i m    luprlnir)   tt>i*A,   Irl-tMinfi
point, pniiih��d ralunlud rabw/f
rn*-,   Urirs mtta   fltihh.     R^tui] |
��� ���ffrywhnr*    for   I'.'Ti.        Ar��ritR
wanted   Vrfta for tarmi.   Wnl��
now "let. yoti forgot."    Ad��lrp����
^ Laughlin Mfg. Co.*
Mtjaitlo Bldg..
Detroit. Mlob
PAPER   HANGING   &   DF.CORATINU
1. HUDSON, WALL fAfii.ti, kUUM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house iiaintlng, kalsomtning, paper
banging and decorating. Bixtn
street, New Westminster.
MACHINE   WORKS.
J 111-.   EHJllAAlvi!.   Ai.-iOril��\l^   li Uiuw,
Limited. Front street. New wesfc
minster. Manufacturers of modern
eaw and shingle mill macninery,
Mill planta and specifications prepared
Try  a  "WANT"  ad  in  The  News
It will hrfhg results.
FIRE  APPLIANCES.
.FIRE EXTINGUISHES. THE LAT-
est in flre fighting apparatus.
K.   Harris   &   Co.,   Lavery   block,
,   -Columbia atreet.   Phone 656.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. New Westminster
HOTEL8.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone 18. Newest and most up-to-
date ln the city. Terms moderate.
First class cuisine. J. Trachy, Prop.
HOTEL LYTTON���617 FRONT ST.
Phone 103. Comfortable accomodation. Terms moderate. McLeod ft
Watkins, proprietors.
TMFUL ADVERTISING
v;:�� BASIS OF SUCCESS.
se tlie T�� jrodiento Entering Penma
lie Kuown, Its Power a* a Catarrh ���
Remedy and Tonic is
Understood.
COLUMBU8, OHIO.-The ac- '
���ive ingredients entering the most ���
popular household remedy in tho j
/���oi Id have been made known to
the public. This means a new era
in tli a advertising of popular fam-
ily medicines��� Peruna leads.
Perur,,i   contains   among other
things, golden seal, powerful in its   ,
������::���-, t   upon   the    mucous   mem-  fl
i anes,    Cedron   seed,   a   raro
��� ��� .',,.ino and  unsurpassed tonic.
2ubebs, valuable in nasal catarrh
ind affections of the kidneys and
lei      Stone root, valuable for
lie   nerves,   mucous   membranes
j   well   as   In   dropsy and   IndL
'"''on.
Americaa tnd Canidian Scientiiti tell ui the
common hotue fly it the caute of more diie��ae
and death than any other agency.
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
kill all the flies and the  disease
germs too.
A $20,000 Dessert
It cost us over $20,000 to build the single special equipment for
making Mooney's Sugar Wafers. When you taste them you will
agree with us that the money was well spent.
For years we have made the finest biscuits and candies in all
Canada���our Perfection Cream Sodas, and Chocolate Chips alone
prove this. Now wc offer you what we believe is our greatest
creation���Mooney's Sugar Wafers.
;   %* DeMti-tTbur^Gueata' WiU. Like  ;
Mooney's Sugar Wafers are made with double layers of crisp,
spicy biscuit crusts. Each layer h a delight���between is a rich
delicious cream, a combination cf . weets that can't be duplicated.
This luscious cream is made in many flavors���from real fruits.
At luncheon or dinner today instead of serving the \
dessert try Mooney's Sugar Wafers. Let their delicious
taste today decide your desserts of the future.
You can get this dainty dessert in
dust and damp proof wax-
paper-lined tins at your
grocer's.   10 and 25
cent tins. LCN
DAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1910.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
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,ri",^"*��cr?�� W^-r^
PAGE  BBVKN.
Minto Cup to Remain
un Blinks of Fraser S
n Pi ge Five.)
Hurt his knee cap.   He was forced ...   *
e,  Hughie going  off  to < ven  up
tin! Jimmy  taking t lie  t< nre foi   hi
i.i.
,    ended   with   the ball   In   ':li;''    '        '- ot British Colun bl i
lon of the Nationals. Score   held In Victoria In January last, date
for the fi - ghoul tho Province
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
At the annual meeting or the agi I
i;
���J
sj yp
WE CALL
ll'DUl
A fter  i I e   game   Ml   i   I lazi i   Kirke   ��� ,,,..    ... .
I one on n ,       ,   ,,        , ere arranged as follows
V ml
wa    presented  with  tin   ball  used  l:i
i   ���        ��� .'   and on ha  lng I  iptaln Gil
First   Circuit.
P��Wimi[n'L,!iil{
Robin Hood Flour
"The Flour that is Different"
We must stand ready to prove
it and also prove that the difference is so marked, so worth
while, that you will feel this is
the flour you ought to use.
That is exactly where we do
stand.
We ask you to take no risk.
Buy a bag of ROBIN HOOD
and give it two fair trials. If it
does not prove perfectly satisfactory, so satisfactory that you, too,
say, "It is really the flour that is different," you may
take it to your grocer and he will give you back
your money.
Will you make the trial on your next flour order?
THE SASKATCHEWAN FLOUR MILLS CO.
io MOOSE JAW, SASK. LIMITED
���    '    Si ring s   .:.'��� Ui    I       goal ol    , , rV "'	
ii gam.      tie got the    pass    I " '   ented   "'  li0r'  Bhe   u:,s ;,:"     VIctc
!������,,,., , ; ivi ���     ��� i i .' ii poinl i. an's stii k.         N        ;       ������;
Hie oni         ���          :-,,.. incident of The   Teams.
uli   hurled \Y(               ���                               Nationals                           Second   Circuit
!'-' ��  :��� i      I     d ..mi Goal.                                ^ga
e othi i. i j ...   ���  Gifford  Gray    L'Heureux
him and In addition to that  he Point.                                                 Th,pd   circuit.
��� __  Mars   Cattarinlcli   Kamloi
Summei land
CORPORATION    OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.    C
(3)          ^!__|
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MOKE JAW, SASK. !���
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TENDERS  WANTED.
Fourth Circuit.
 Sept. 27
 Sept. 2S
 Sept. 20 and 30
rm ei    i olnl
T.  Gifford      Gn. mm
Flrsl li fence.
renders will be received by the un-  H. Gifford       Decarie   Surrey
dersigned up to noon, Saturday, Octo- Second   Defence. Langlej
ber     ,s!      for     the     erection     of ,i.  Gifford       Clement   Eburne
wharf extensl in and freighl    ' e I    al Third Defence.
New  Westminster.    Plans and  sped-JG.  Rennie       Dr.  Lachapelle
! , "��"8.may '"��� Been(aJ ""]"" "' V- Center' T:ike 0>a round trip on the Prasef
 Secours, Ducketl   river on Saturo>y.   Steamer Transfei
rhird   Home. leaves  Brackman-Ker's    wharf    al    "
W. H. HAZLITT, VV. Turnbull     Dulude
Purchasing Agent, Secon 1   Hon e,
Tenders   for   Sewer   Construction.
Tl e corpi ration Is deslro       of n
the   laj Ing    and
  " ������ 'tli ii of aboul   ten   < I1 >   mile i
of sewi      on the Elghl
i ���   In Ihe i ll.  of V      ���   . ���
ii Insti r.      Further    parti ,i i       and
i lans can be obtaine I from J, \V. it.
I Blackman. citj  engii ,.
Ti ndi : b v. ill be received bj  the
dei ilgne I  tip to five o'i lock p
Ctli  [n t.
1   ������       ���       r    ���.'.,  ti nder noi   i ���
c c e i  " I.
\V.  A.   DUNC W
City   Cl irk.
('it--- hall, Sei tember LO,  r
.Oct. 7 aud
it.
Sept. 27 and 28
.Sept. 28 to 30
Oct. 17 nnd  LS
Kev   v. es!:. Inster
p.m.   Rei ui n fare 50 <'otiis.
Kin HOOD .
B. C. Elec. Rly. Co., Ltd |Wlntemute       Gauthler
___ Flrsl    Home.
I'd",i".         Beauchamp
Outside   Home.
L. Turnbull     Lamoureux
Inside   Home.
t',.   Spi iin.',        DUBS ml'
Goal   Sur.mary.
Flrsl   Quarter.
1.   Westminster-  I lilt   Spring,   7V4
. *l~��:r^n?-mrv���r.���w.a ,,.mr.*m.
Coriteraip^ating
To Europe ?
queen OF ACTRESSES
PRAISES PE-RU-HA
���v.rri'n        '     " ��� ��� A
If so, you v. i.i want the very best  seconds.
h il  can I Fli  e I for your    money,
m!  II  does not  matter what class of
cabin Is d< sired,
THE ROYAL LINE
will fill your wants. First, Second ancl
Third  Cabin  accommodation  is unex-
���    i! whilst the Dining Service leaves
nothing to be desired.
The Next Sailings arc
Royal Georga  Sept. 29
Royal Edward   Oct. 13
Royal   George    Oct.  27
Royal  Edward    Nov.  10
E .Goulet, agent C. P. R., will book!
your passage  via  these steamers, or
write Wm. Stapleton, general    agent,
Scott block. Winnipeg, Man.
2,   Nai lonals ���S icom b, 28 second i.
'.',.   Westminster- G. Spring, 0 mil
:.'.<��� . 10 seconds.
ffcond   Quarter.
4. Westminster   G.  Spi oil',   1.1 I.
5. Westminsti i    Wlnti nun .  9:03,
6. \\ esl minster ��� Len      Turnbull,
2. 13.
Third  Quarter.
7. W< sl mil ster   W.   i irnbull, 2:51
8. Westminster���G.   Spring,  9:10.
9. Westminster���C   Spring,  5:18.
Lasl Quarter,
10. Westminster ��� L.      Turnbull,
6:36.
11. Westminster���G.   Rennle,   1:13,
il.   Westminster���C. Spring, 1:40.
.
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New
Snigtoo
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. O. Box 345
Office, Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth
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Marlou/c
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The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid   Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
CITY  OF  NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Fifty Years
the &t&sid&rs3
Phosphate'
"I am glad to write my endorsement of the great remedy, Peruna. I
do so most heartily."���Julia Marlowe.
Any remedy that benefits digestion
Strengthens the nerves.
I   Tho nervo renters require nutrition.
Penalties. L   If tho digestion is impaired, tho nervo
First   Quarter. [centers��� become anemic, and nervous
G. Ronnie, N'ew Westminster. *, min- 'debility is tbe result.
utes;   Decarie,  Nationals,  5  minutes, .
Second   Quarter.
Nationals. Dussault   (twice), 5 minutes;  Decarie, 5 minutes.    New Wesl- .,    .   ,    _
minister, Gray  and  C. Spring, 5  min-          Tenders for  Manhole Covers.
.,,.,. ���   |                                                    renders are required for about mu
Third   Quarter                    ' :;:t '"'" Manhole Covers and Grids.
i    New Westminster, W. Turnbull and  *���*-���* :'1"1  1;ll,!"''' particulars can be
Q. Spring, :��� minutes each,   Natl inais, obtained from J. W. B. Blackman, City
Clemeni and Gagnon, 5 minutes each.  Engineer, City Hall.
last   Quarter renders to be delivered to the un-
New   We tminster,   Feeney,  5  min- derslgned by Rve o'clock on Monday.
utes, and .1. Gifford tor rest of game. '
Nationals.  Clement,   Decarie  and   Dr.
Lacha] elle, 5 mlnuti s each.
Totals���Nationals, 15 minutes; New
tet   '���'������ minute:-.
Officials.
'." '  eeT^,att '.'.:r'   ,  ,.    , Those having furnished    rooms    to
'.   -     '   '   iyTLo"e   '"'" \ ���   ,.   let during the progress of the p,   ,|n
TlmeKeepers���J. Johnston and B. F. .,.,   .     ;, .....    .   .   ..,.,,   ...   ,	
Armstrong.
Pi naltj    Tlmekeej ers -II.    ('.    Ma-
|jor,  New  Westminster, and   William
Lanrecque,  Nationals.
Goal i luplrea���Ma.ry Pickering anj
Spike Hennes! e; .
The Hank has Branches In
Canada extending*from the Atlantic to the Pacific; In Cuba
throughoul the island: also In
Porto Rico, Bahamas, New York
ami  London,  England,
Correspondents In all parte
or ihe Globe, thus affording
e\ery Banking facility.
New Westminster Branch.
L. M. RICHARDSON, Manager,
^^a^azaiJlllM^i^I.^aqr...J.l.Mll.i.l^alJ^'l^���l^^^E.������Jir^^
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, September Lfi. 1910.
 ._.���_.. .'__. I "���*- --"--" s 	
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Do you  ���:.- mi  to Inei ease j our
business '.'   Then sec
A.UNDER
FOR
I  G  N
&*'&>. v.iif ��'TT!3n wins "rTTKsrcssn
���a**���i���***********aaaa*���w���H
Signs or '������ cry description,
Glass signs a ;; ecialty.
708 Columbia Street. Phone 765.
LAUNDRY WORK
. exhiblllon, aie asked to kindly
leu.-��� ii.ei, n m.i-s and addre i
with the number of rooms they have
to let. al the ecretary'a office. Thomson hlock, where there wiii be Bome
person in attendance, up to the date
of the exhibition, to receive this inl
formation.   Numerous   inquiries havel
already   heen   received   as  to  the  :"'-! as done bv US LHVeS    the    Ut-
romiuodiition at  tbe disposal    of    the!
hotels, and pi ivate residences.
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.                                 , J;^. ^J'etarv,     j m(jnt jg   ^q^^   TnQ   Lategt
Week Day Scneaun.                    p. O.  Box r,!i, New  Westmitmter. I!.C. i ,        ,
I Cars leave Vancouver for New West.  Invention in B. COllcir and CUtt
minster at 5=50 6:50 7:2o and18:oo N0TICE   RE0ULATINQ   vehicle ! machine has been installed.
a.m., and every half hour thereafter  TRAFF|C  0N   COLUMBIA   STREET. I
until  li:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van-
Railway Time Tables
most satisfaction. Ourequip-
����; "i��a. I
ADVANCE
VICTOR RECORDS!
FOR OCTOBER
NOW ON SALE
Here are a few of the many good things in the October List
All   persons   using   Columbia  street
couver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50. 7:20 and  for vehicle traffic of any kind are re-
.   ,, .        fVlQr���   nueste.i to keep to the left  band side
S:U0 am., and every half hour there-  ^ U)e ^ trft6k  wh���e proeee(i,ng Ui
after  until  11:00 o.m. either direction.
By order,
Sunday Schedule. j  A   RBJNNTB
Jars leave Vancouver Tor New West-: Aetln" C'tv  Clerk.
mln��er at  8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and      City Hall, August 12. 1910.
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westm1n��ter for Van   _<���',
couver  Rf   ?.;0fi  a.m     nnH   ...������ -v  h.al
hour thereafter until tl p.m.
Eburne   Line.
1 Cars   leave   New   Westmins'er   at   7
a.m. nnd every hour until 11 p.m.
I Cars  leave  Vancouver  at 7  a.m.  and
every hour until 10 p.m.
On   Sundays  ears  leave   Westminster
at 8 a m. to 10 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouver at
8 a.m. to  10 p.m.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,   New
Westminster.
Clean,   Economic,   Prompt.
White labor only employed
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
1
Eastertrook Milling  Company,
Eburne,   Ii. C
FLOUR !
FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEL  .  $6.75 per bbl.
IMPERIAL    $7-00 per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR K50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.
PLOtJR  AND FF.KI)  MERCHANTS
8:17
57S7���"Thnt Fussv Rav."    -   Peerless Quartet
IO inch 75c
31792���" Love Divine "        Marsh-Macdonough
12 inch $t.25
10 inch Donblo Faced R.e��rd�� 90c for the two.
(a) "Come be mv Sunshine, I*ane"
I Macdonongh
16556   (b) "The Arcadians"   Favorite Melodies
l Prvar's Rand
Red Seal Record*.
88246���Cuxonda "d.Vo e Mar" I-:nriro Caruso
12 inch $3.00
6,,I38_" Annie Laurie " McCormack
10 inch (1.25
Purple  Label.
60023��� "What  good  is  water,   when   you're
,jrv > " Nora Hayes
12 inch _ t.50    ���
Great  Northern   Railway.
Leaves     New     Westminster
a.m. arrives Seattle 3:08 p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     10:30
l. m.;   arrives  Seattle  8:15  p.m.
Leaves     New     Westminster     4:30
p.m.;   arrives Seattle fl'.'IO p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster    12:27
a.m.;  arrives Seattle 7:38 a.m.
Leaves   Seattle  8:nr>  a.m.;   arrives
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves Seattle  12:25 p.m.;   arrives
] New Westminster 6:2f> p. m.
Leaves   Seattle   4:36   p.m.;   arrives
! New Westmlns'cr 9:27 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  11:45 p.m.;   arrives
New Westminster fi:30 a.m.
^RONT   STREET.
New Westminster.
im&am'mfr:;: %-\m^
Telephone MS.
,'J;.MH.*r
J
*^**m-
T^   - :.:^^mmf ���   ^.aJ^.a,^mL
Hear these Records
at th.
Nearest Dealer*���
BerGner Gram-o-phone Company j****
Limited, MontreaL
Sold in U.S.A. by Victor Talkiag Maehiae Co.
for free
catalogue of our 30OO
Record*.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster dail. , ex-
! eept   Sunday   from   bridge   piissen.er
station   3:60   p.m.;    arrives   at   Port
Gulchon fi::i0 p. m.
Leaves    Port   Oulchon    8:00   a.m.
| dally, except. Sundny;  arrives at New
(Westminster bridge passenger station
10:20 a.m.
Victor Records and Machines are carried in this
city by J. H. Todd's Music House, 419 Columbia
Street.   Call and inspect them.
G.  N.  R.���Sumee  Branch.
Leaves Sumas 6:00 a.m; arrives
bridge passenger station, New Westminster, 10:20 a.m. dally execept
Sunday.
Leave* New Westminster bridge
passenger station 3:60 p.m.: arrives
Sumat S:00 p.m. dally except Sunday.
1
For a Few Days Only
82 feet on First St., between 3rd
and 4th Ave. Best residential site
in city.    $3150, easy terms.
'    -EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609 Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
Tl
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u*�� PAGE RIGHT.
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,
i*
9
I
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SEPte
MBEr
191(1,
***���-* J m,:\'''
If you buy your Ammunition from us, you
will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
60   YEAR3*
EXPERIENCE
radE Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
JLnrtnuiMmdln? n ftkQtota arid dnnorlntlnn ma?
.i*-*".? Mwivtmln out opinion froo wnolhi r an
UnmMrii. lr��on0ilc-:iHul. HAN. BOOK nn F'nteuta
tsa*- tr**. OM*��st arnnf��� for acc-jrlng pulenli.
Piri<Mii**T.iJicn. ihr Miirh Munn & Co, reuciva
SixnuJ *K*t*a, WlUlftLt Clir.r.6, la tho
$mmt mmim*
AsVs-i-'.st.aVair UlnHr.r.Vc4 weekly, Largest cir-
w*1 *.*.{'*n *rf aay ietenUflo journal. Tcrr::a for
ChUBlitia. *.-.��. a yt:&r, po.ita^e prepaid*    boij by
team* WBoj. GK> t BU. Wublastan. D. fl.
Hand Bags
New Stock Good Values
Latest Styles
The first instalment of the
biggest and best variety of
Hand Bags ever shown in
this city.   From $1.00 up.
Curtis Diug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:    43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New    Westminster,    B    C.
Hew and Second Hand Store
(Lite Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
All kinds of furniture bought
and 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 - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
STORAGE
R 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 Hank of
Montreal, under tho
Westminster Club
and opposite tbe
City Market
CMumfcir St., No. 441.
******* *t-n\***A*t*, B. C.
There will be a meeting of the
board of school trustees this evening,
when the overcrowding problem will
again be discussed.
See Fales' furniture stock' before
purchasing elsewhere. Agnes street. *
The entry list for the provincial exhibition here closed on Saturday.
There are more entries this year than
there have ever been before.
���Roller rink commutation tickets
now sale at Tidy's, the florist. Get
one while they last, $7  for %'y
**
R.   A.   Stoney.   delegate   from   the
local trades and labor council to the
national congress just finished in Port
Arthur, arrived home from the east on j
Saturday.
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers at
Tidy's store.   Phone 184. **     j
In the police court on Saturday one
drunk supplied $2.50 towards the ex-1
penses of the city of Sew  Westminster.   There was no one taken in yesterday.
For carnations, sweet peas ancl
dahlias, phone Davles greenhouse,
Ii 208. ���*
The steamer Princess Enn, carrying.1
a gieat, number of exhibits from ,
I'i user valley points to the Victoria I
exhibition, left, yesterday for the
capital. The steamer Joan, of the C.!
P. II. line, also took over some freight I
for the fair.
Get a $7 commutation ticket, for $5'
for  the   roller    rink     at   Tidy's,    the
florist.    Now on sale. **
The regular monthly meeting of the I
\V. ('. T. 1'. will he hed in the par I
lors of Queens avenue .Methodist !
church at half past two o'clock this1
afternoon, when the conducting of a !
rest room at the provincial exhibition
will be discussed.
Davies greenhouse Is the place to
get bo ut] u els, lloral designs unit all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone It 208. *���
The council will start off the week
by having a meeting tonight. On
Tuesday evening they will convene |
again to discuss railway matters with t
the B. C. E. R. officials and on Wednesday they will assemble to pore
over Auditor Cotsworth's report.
Funeral  cf   H.  Galbraith.
One of fhe largest funerals in years
was that of the late II. Galbralth yesterday afternoon. .Most of the prominent citizens of Xew Westminster at-
tender! the obsequies. Rev. J. S. Henderson had charge of the religious
services at the house and then the
cortege went to the Odd Fellows'
cemetery, where the remains were interred.
There was an enormous mass of
flowers testifying to the esteem in
which the deceased was held. The
Westminster Lacrosse club sent a
great pillow of flowers and the West
Knd Lacrosse club, of which Pert Galbraith is a member, sent, a wreath
The Typographical union of Belllngham, to which another of the sons belongs, sent a wreath. The family sent
a cross.
The pallbearers were T, J. Trapp,
W. A. Gilley, Alderman .1. Cartel
Smith, W. A. Duncan, I). Adams and
Alderman  ('.  A.  Welsh.
PUBLIC NOTICE.
Tliose having furnished    rooms   to
let during the progress of the provincial   exhibition,   are   asked   to   kindly
leave   their   names     and     addresses,
with the nun.ber of rooms they have
to let, at the secretary's office, Thomson  block,  where  there  will   be  some
person  in attendance,  up to thc date]
of the  exhibition,  to  receive  this  information.    Numerous   Inquiries liave
already   been   received   as   to   the  accommodation at the disposal    of   die
hotels, and private residences.
W. II. KEARY,
Manager and  Secretary.
P. O. Box 59, New Westminster, B.C.
New Madras
Curtain Muslin
The nicest lot of Madras Curtain Muslins we have ever
shown. In our new housefurn-
ing section you will find these
now on display. Heavy colored
arch drapery. Madras, colore.1
curtain Madras, fancy stripes
and floral designs in cream and
white narrow sash Madras, etc.,
a splendid range from which to
choose a window drape for any
portion of the house. Per
yard   20c to $1.50
New Belts---
Popular Styles
50c  EACH.
The newest styles are on sale
at this popular price for the
week end. The special show!ills made up of gold and silver
tinsel, belts, black Jet, black
and colored elastic, black braid,
patent leather and silk belts, In
all colors. Special this week.
Each  50c
New DreSs
Trirnmina
"���'' new trimmings ar.
be popular.    ,       ,, '"��<��� to
lend thet       .    .    ,'   ^s
the match!,
Shades  1, **.
T6" brald8 and ����idfc��
bra,d8in8uk^8o,daadll
this arsi sho . i "
W. 10. Fales canies the best selected stock of household furniture in the
city and prices defy competition. **
The marriage took place on Saturday of Miss Zoe Rachel Goyette to
John Thomas Kelly, both of this city.
Uev. c. w. Houghton performed the
ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly are
spending their honeymoon in Victoria.
Many hunters scoured the woods on
Saturday, bul there were few bags of
game brought to the city.
Iron    beds and bedding, the largest
range  of  designs  and   pi ices.     W.   K j
Fales.
The Pythian roller link will be
opened on Saturday under the joint
management of Harry Tidy and E.I
Goulet. Xew electrical effects are being introduced and a large light sign
will be placed above the door, Music
will be supplied by a new automatic
reed organ, and everything will be
kept in  lirst  class condition.
Touring Car.���I have a five passenger touring car nearly new, for sale
cheap.   Apply P. O. Box 249. **
Rev. J. S. Henderson performed the
religious ceremonies when George
Reid, the Clayburn murderer, was
buried. The statement made ln the
Xews on Saturday that Reid had been
burlpd without religious services was
an error. It is understood that Reid's
relatives in the east will try to have
tbe body exhumed ana buried in Vancouver.
Foi' all electrical work and contracts phone T. Roberts, 761.       *���
L. II. Lusby yesterday received a
telegram from Amheist, N. S.. conveying the sad intelligence of the death
of his mother. Although Mrs. Lusby
had reached the ripe age of eighty-two
her death was unexpected as she had
been In good health until finite recently. Mrs. Lusby was a grand-
daiignter ol the late Colonel Purdy, of
Fort Lawrence, N.S. Three sons two
daughters and a sister are 1 "ft to
mourn her death.
Try a "Want'' ad in The Xews 11
will bring results. **
The first tangible ;:lgn that the recent order for the demolition of some
shacks in the city has had any effect
is In the tearing down of the old
blacksmith shop on Begbie street, between the Russell hotel and Nelson's
machine shop. The roof lias been torn
off the building and lt will all come
down today.
The Public
Supply Stjres
Look Over
our groceries and then judge
whether they and their prices
are not astonishing. Don't hesitate io examine as closely as
you wish. If you are a particularly good judge of a certain
article call for it and give us
your opinion. It is sure to be
more than favorable.   For
Our Groceries
are selected by experts. Thoy
have been chosen because they
have stood the most rigid tests.
So we ask you to look them
over with perfect confidence
that you will get your supplies
here hereafter.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
6 lots on Second street. Excellent view. Streets on three sides
of this  property.    $350 each.   Terms.
10 lots extending frem First te Second street This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Term*.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO.. Ltd.
Paisley Silks
and Satins
75c Per Yard
Paisley silks an.l satins are so
much in demand that the announcement of a pi ice such as
;his will appeal to those who
contemplate the use < f Paisley
t ir waisis or trimmings, A
��� eclal shipment of silks from
London brought thei <��� i opular
si.ks at the proper price. Formerly sold at .1.00 and $1.25, Our
pi i e now 75c
Fine Black
Broadcloth   Coatings
Cloths with a super! ir finish, heavy in weight, strong and ad ipted I
the wear demanded  in good coats   or   sails,   width   54   Inches.       Bi   I
German makes, per yard  $1.75 to $3.03
Small, medium and large Bized checks  i'i   weights   suitable  for
dren'a and won.en's suit and coat    requirements,   widths    12   I
yard   ____________________*������    '->0~ t0
New Kimona Cloths
in the staple department are hundreds of new wrapperettes and flannelette   In an
new colors and designs,   We desire mostly to call the attention of one and all   to thi
cloths.    They are shown  in  plain colors and neat  pattern-- In light  and dark Bhades   Pel vai I '3c to 40c
CORPORATION   OF   THE   CITY   OF
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Tenders   for   Sewer   Construction.
The corporation is desirous of receiving tenders for the laying and
construction of ahout ten (10) miles
of sewers on the Klght h street sewerage syntem In the city of Xew Westminster. Further particulars and
plans can be obtained from .1. \V. B.
Blackman, city engineer.
Tenders will be received by the un-
derslgned up to flve o'clock p. m. of
the 2Gth  inst.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A.   DUNCAN.
City   Clerk.
City hall. Sentember 10. 1910.
Dr. Halherly
Eye Sight Specialist
A Good Bargain
Eleven Acres, more or less, Coquitlam
$300 Per Acre
Frontage on two roads.    Cash $1200,
balance at  7  per cent.   Apply to:-
A. G., P.O. Box 29, City.
NO AGENTS NEED APPLY
Cures headaches and nervousness
by special ground glasses. During
the eight, years established In New
Westminster he lias received hundreds of testimonials from satisfied
patients. Optical parlors, Ilamley
block, 1124 Columbia street.
The Westminster Modern
Business School
has groat demand for thoroughly competent stenographers. You had better go to the Modern as you are certain of thorough training and a good
position when competent. Day and
evening session.
A. L. BOUCK,
CelumUa St. Principe*.
^ If you want something Choice for Sundays
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast o
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it��
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IT WILL BRING RE5ULT5

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