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Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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NUMBER 183.
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Standard   Make  $5   Per   Month.
V'MTE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, 1!. C.
FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1910.
PRICK FIVE CUNTS ,
June wanted
f| DELTA DISTRICI
ancouver Business Men
Anxious to See Better
Transportation   Facilities
Ivanco.ivcr. Sept. 1.-Primming over
ienthusiaam aa to the bright pro*
TIS���r thfl l"'llil district a party of
Llnenl  Vancouveritea returned to
jty laBt  ..veiling    after    having
u, the day In a trip over the re-
U the vicinity of Ladner.   Kvery
[ber ���f the party stated that his
had been  opened  In  a  manner
,,,,1, be little dreamed of when he j
.j out in the morning as to the'
,   , resources of the district as at
lm developed and thn greater pos-
KUea whirl, would he brought out |
the section  was  more  thickly  Bet-
,,���,! extensive systems of farming
fpll'e-i It was also the unanimous
inion thai Vancouver needed sup-
essu<li as the Delta district Is cup-
I, of furnishing and for the prompt
HVerv of these products better com-
leation hetween Vancouver and
fljuer was .in imperative necessity.
T>;e tiip was taken by representa-
!�� of lhe council and board of
id. ihe hosts of the day being the
lu'board of trade, which arranged
r the visit, several weeks ago in
that the citizens of Vancouver
Ijl,t be better informed as to the re-
irces of tlie  district ,. outh  of    the
STRIKING MINERS
Will RETLRN10 WOI
Several Thousand Men Reach
Temporary Agreement
With Mine Owners.
Denver, Sept. 1.���t'nder an agreement untered into today between representative . of the coal operators and
the miners of Southern Wyoming, several thousand men who have been on
strike lor a number of mouths
return to work pending rat.
the agreement by
win
101)
AMPIQN LACROSSE IE
Suggestion Made  by  Hugh  Mcintosh,  Sports Promoter,
Meets With Favor ot Local Officials���Scheme Should
be a Money Maker if Properly Carried Out
Hugh    Mcintosh,    the      Australian  the hoys, for none of the tribe would
sporting  promoter  who    has    almost tare to be stranded In Australia."
,,     .,              ,,  , ,             ,     !   Fred  Lynch Surprised, But Willing.
cornered  all    the    available    boxing I    ��� ,/...   ,,|edH,   hyIldl ,iad    not
lie    boxing
powers on this
President
 talent of drawing powers on this con-! heard of tlie proposition until It was
cation of i Wuwiit, some weeks ago    saw    a    la-' mentioned to him by  the News man.
jofrit  convention cr0flB* game played  in this city, tue At. lirst  lie confuse!  it  with the Bug-
to be held   in Cheyenne   ou Septem- \lllHl match lie witnessed iu his lire.'grated trip to Sweden to attend   the
Mr.   Mcintosh  is  not   a   slow  thinker. I Olympic  games  ln   1912,  but   once  lie
Before Vancouver had L
ber 9-^^^^^^^^^^^
ie conference  was held  in    tills
city   and   resulted   In   a compromise
which the miners' representatives savin effect, a raise In wages.
is
JAP WANTED FOR ASSAULT
CAUGHT AFTER TWO MONTHS
Nipponese
on  Countryman   Is  Arrested  by
Constable   Black.
    ..,,., .,���,,_,   ,,,,,1   been  projeily I understood this Jaunt   was to another
walloped Mr, Mcintosh bad conceived part of tlie globe he became all attentive   idea   of   taking   the   Westminster  tlon.
i.icro-se team to Australia this win-! "I was not taking much interest in
ler lor a three months tour of the the trip to Sweden." he remarked,
island continent. I "for liin Is still a couple of years ol! i
Kept  Scheme  Dark. land we have plenty of time to discuss!
.Mcintosh  did  not   make  known  his that, but this tour of Australia would'
intention  to  tlie  public,  merely    dis- liave to he undertaken    right    away,
'cussing the proposal with a couple of  starting   from    here    probably    some
newspaper men. He later approached time in October. Tnen the team wouid
  .Manager  C.  A.  Welsh, outlining    tlie  re.ich  the Antipodes in summer time.
scheme to him and inquiring wnether |    "From what  1  can learn the    Aus-
Said to Have Used  Knife the latter thought  the plan  feasible, trtilians are fond of lacrosse and have
at the same time requesting that the quite a number of good teams in the
plan be kept a secret until lie had bad  larger cities.    The expense of taking
tiiiie  to  get  In  touch  with  the  Aus- say sixteen men on such a long jour-
tralian  newspapers and   Iind  out  how  ney would be considerable, but  Hugh
the suggestion would be received.      j Mcintosh  knows  what    lie is talking
Officials Are Willing. about and would not be likely to take
.Matters have now reached   a suffi- a chance unless he saw some money
Jap wanted by the! ciently  advanced  stage  to  give  pub- In  it  for  himself.    Ile  knows  condi-
provincial   police  for  injuring  a" man! Iicit-V t0 llle negotiations.    Yesterday  tions  and   tastes   in   Australia  better
***_M jo (|    i,    ,,        \,._ ._    m.,n      uli.,    Imu    l,<>,.n       in    tli.jn    vie    r\r,    ond    lu    In    ���,    nnKltlrin        t   i
the
PROSPECTOR AMASSES   HAMID APIS) HAREM .
WEALTH IN SHORT TIME!    ARE SPIRITED A UY
.    ���
Quartz Miner   Makes $110, j Former   Sultan   of Ti |ey
000 in Four Months Near
Valdez, Alaska.
Valdez, Alaska, Sept. 1.���Prospecting has suddenly become the chief industry here. Already more than one
hundred and fifty men are at work
on the hill about town, scratching in
the gravel und climbing up the rugged slopes to a height of 2000 feet ln
their search for gold bearing quartz.
Interest in prospecting in tills vicinity was aroused by the success of one
quartz miner, operating a three stamp
mill, who bad an output of $ll<i,0U0
iu four months.
Disappears From His rri-
son-May Regain Throne
After
months,
a   bunt
Sasaki. ;
lasting nearly three
ROYAL CITY WORKMEN
NARROWLY ESCAPE DEATH
Pat Feeney    and    L.    Johnson     Hurt
While Engaged in Sawing Log���
Neither Injury Serious.
Constantinople. \ ia Philopopoll. ,
Sept. 1.���The disappearance of former
Sultan Abdul Hamid and tlie transfer
of twelve of bis wives among the
leaders of the Young Turks, who fear
that If harm should befall the deposed
"Bon of the prophet," the people
would resolt. became known to ti.e
public this morning. The Young Turks
leaders profess ignorance of the
whereabouts of the old ruler and tlieir
intimation Is that the military commanders have placed him in a pi ison,
the location of which is known only
to two or three of the highest officials
of the government.
The reason for the transfer of Abdul to a secret prison Is believed to
be the result of constant plotting by-
reactionaries to secure his release.
Several formidable conspiracies with
that end ln view have been uncovered
and foiled.
An  accident in    which    P.  Feeney
and L. Johnson, of the    Royal    City
Funeral  of  Miss  Wilson.
Tbe funeral of the late Miss A?nes
Wilson took place yesterday from the
mortuary chapel  of  Murchie  &   Sons
to the Odd Fellows' cemetery. A large
iser and understand the need of co at Aldergrove on June 11, was taken-
ia Daily News man, who has been    in  than   we  do and  Is  in  a  position
Constable
^^^^^^^^^^^^ quarrel with a
countryman and cut him so badly that
author!, he almost died. Ever since then the
Interests of police have been looking for him and
yesterday, receiving word that the
wanted man was In the vicinity of
Aldergrove. working in a logging
cam]) there, Constable Black took him
in custody.
Ile was brought here last night and
will appear this morning on a charge
of wounding witli intent to do bodily
harm.
te_iii.ii on  the  part   of  the  city  In  \_ charge yesterday near the scene of
e prompt delivery of Its produce.        his   supposed    crime     by
Object of Trip. Black, of Abbotsford.
I Re primary object of the trip was |    Sasaki got into
edesire of the Delta board of trade
emphasize upon the civic
. and leading trades ^^^^^^^^
incomer the necessity, for the best
treats of both the Delta district and
|City, for plans being    laid at    an
krly date  for  better  communication
y ���������   \ : couver and  Ladner,    it
|��stated that the enormous agricul
I resoun '-s of  the  Delta  district,
I jet onl> scratched, were necessary
Itbi    ipplj  of tlie Yancouver mar-
It Lo   ti I   only    thirteen   miles
i Vancouver as the crow flies all
���Dents from   Ladner   to  the  city
Ito tab a circuitous route at least
R mlli     In   length   and   involving
M n<    transfers.    New    West-
bster  -.-.      said to   be about   the
iwdist.i  from Ladner in a direct
as   Vancouver,    bui  the  Delta
lers dei Ired   to   reach   the   Van-
Mr markel and were so persistent
|their work tbat SO per cent, of the
le lrom the district was now done
li this city despite the adverse traf-
i conditio*.
ftii need of bettor communication
th Vancouver was emphasized at
p turn dm ing the day and by
King the visitors from the
1 '*<���(' so Impressed with the riches ul the district that they express"
y.themselves   as   in   hearty   accord   .���......��� 	
the  proposal   and     promised   to  were employed  by  members
touch with the situation since the idea judge of the reception which
lirst nestled in Mcintosh's busy brain, champions would receive.
undertook to secure the views of somej "I guess all the boys could get away
of the officials of the local club, all right," adding as an afterthought,
While not all ready to express an "with probably two or three excep-
opinion off hand as to the probable tions. Their places could be filled
result of the tour, they were all iu- with good intermediates anl we would
(lined to admit that they saw no rea- still have a team that could get the
son why the trip should not be a best of anything they could muster
financial   success,   more   especially   as I up in  Australia.
tlie promotion of it was in the hands) "1 rather like the idea," commented
of so able and experienced a man asUlr. Lynch, "and 1 think it's a good
Hugh Mcintosh, whose record of past Ischeme.    I hope it will go through."
"SYSTEM'S" SIRENS USED
I    Tfl TWIST FOES AROUND
I
Modern Delilahs Wormed Secrets from
Public  Men for Benefit of Trusts,
Says Thomas W. Lawson.
Xew   York,  Sept.   1.���In  a  hot-shot
I successes In sporting events Is a go id
| augury for the future.    There Beemg
to be no unsur moun table obstacles i.i
j tiie way  of th*^^^^^^^^^^_
i journey.
Manager Welsh Agreeable.
Previous Tour  Profitable
Three years    ago    an enterprising
.."easterner  gathered  together  a  dozen
boys undertaking the'men who bad played lacrosse In their
lyouth,    then    some    distance    away,
labelled   the   aggregation   "the   Cana-
"I thought well of the scheme when dian All-Star Lacrosse Team" and set
Mcintosh first suggested it to n.e sail for a roun.l the world trip, Aus-
some weeks ago," said Mr, Welsh, tralia and England being the money
"and I have been expecting to himr producing countries. On .the way io
something more definite from him on tlie land of the Kangaroo the All-Stars
this subject. There is no reason why played against the Westminster team
the laciosse team should not make at Queens park, being defeated by the
the journey and clean up a good trifling score of seventeen goals ta
! inch of money as well. Australia is nil, probably thi worst beating ever
. j-ood sporting country���tiie best in handed any team laying claim to be-
the world, they ted me���and if any- ing a senior class organization,
ming can draw a crowd it certainly i in spite of the fact tliiit it was noth-
is a lacrosse match, which is full of ing more or less than a has-been ag-
.\ew   ror.     oeu.   .. iu  a  hui-buui ac,io11  "" 'he tin e and need not be gregatiou,  the  All-Stars    won    every
cannonade embodied in a telegram to understood by the spectators to be game in which they figured ln Aus-
tl'ic World, and printed over his Bigna, appreciated." tralia. and what is more to the point,
ture Thomas W Lawson says tnat "Have you mentioned It to any of from a professional lookout, they
not only red-haired sirens but black-jl!!e 1'layers ?" inquired tbe News. made a barrel of money out of the ex-
halred and flaxen-haired ones as well, I    "No-" reP|ied tlle Popular manager, perlment
of    thel"' on'-v t0��^    one    man 'nto my con'      Now, if a team without a reputation
Mills, had a narrow escape from number of friends of the deceased at-
death occurred yesterday afternoon tended the funeral, which was one of
at the mills. A large log was being tlie largest seen here for some time,
put on tlie carriage, but in some man- '��� Kev. B. C. W. MacColl, of Port
ner it did not get on properly and fell Moody, officiated at the services. The
on the lever controlling the action of pallbearers were A. L. Campbell. J,
the carriage. The carriage and log Stewart, A. Shearer, William Mar-
started for the saws before the log shall, E. Pringle and A. R. Willard, jr.
could be adjusted. Feeney tried to The following Is a partial list of tne
grab the level, but ha 1 his hand flowers sent by friends of the de-
crushed slightly and was forced to ceased: Faith, Hope and Charity de-
abandon the attempt. The log fell sign, (A. H. L. C.i; Bible, ifamily);
to one side and struck L. Johnson a cross, J. and A. Shearer, Miss Young;
glancing blow in tlie Btomach, not wreaths, Court Coquitlam 1. O. F., C.
sufficiently bard to cause any serious Tyner and A. A. Mercer. Coquitlam
injury, it then went to the big saw. Football club, Messrs. Pringle Bros.,
which broke in several places. For- nurses in training at Royal Columbian
tunately by this lime some one had hospital, Mrs. Dunn and family. Mr.
swung off the belt controlling tlie and Mrs. J. W. Btruthers; anchor, Mr.
machinery aud no further damage oc- and Mrs. McLaughlin; heart. Mr. and
curred. Mrs.   ft.  C.  Gales;     spray,    Miss    X.
| It was reported around the city last Marshall; heart, Mr. D. B. Martyn;
night that Mr. Feeney had been badly sprays, Mr. and Mrs. W. Man . all,
injured, but inquiries at his bouse i - Sadie Cougheerl, Mr.    and    Mrs.    H.
suited   In   the   Information   that
would be at work again today.
! MONACO SATISFIED WITH
he Tally,   Mr.  an i   Mrs.
Miss  Florrie  Corbett,
Mr. and    Mrs. J. \V.
Ruby,        Mrs.      F.
George   Alderson,   Mr
R.    McWaters,
Mrs. Corbett,
Rowland. Mis.
Watson, Mr.
.   and   Mis.   A.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ R.   Millard.   Mr.  and   Mrs.   Hoy.     Mr.
rOUH SIDED PARLIAMENTE.T'Si~i'S:S
Corbett and  Miss  Hefferman.
throws
!e the matter in every manner pos-1 "system
Ible. Ivate  individuals   that  chance
Tlie dream of the Delta  board    of  ib the system's path.
de is   the   building   of a   bridge j    The telegram is a reply to John D.
ross llie Fraser, leading to Ladner.  Archbold's denial  that a titlan-haired
te route suggested Ior this structure woman or anyone was ever employed
loved  bv  members    of    the |   ' u'"-'   luu*    ""D    -_*��� ���**"* ���'  w"       ���'""> '���   -     ���
to debauch uublic and    pri-  tldence. but In my opinion the    boys can  make a tour of Australia  profit-
1 >"����i i   /�������!���   i,q  tr,r\   milling  t��   en    urn.   nhlo   n  t.nur nf thfl world's chamiiioiis
would onlv be too willing to go, pro- able, a tour of the world s champions,
vlded  thev   were  given  a  reasonable properly      advertised     and    booste I.
guarantee'by the promoter." should   be  a   money-maker   from   the
Enlarging   on   the   guarantee   ques-.word go.
tion       r   Welsh mentioned  the    V*r*\    The  scheme  will  be discussed    at
       _���                  empioyeu ���J>      of ^     ^ receipts which he the  meeting  of  the  executive  to  be
hline lollowing the cemetery road i,v representatives of    the   Stanaara j .       ,u  W()uld be falri BUgge8tlng 00 held this evening    at    Ryall s    orug
pss Lulu  island  and  thus to  Lad- 011 company  for political purposes.             *                s Q.   ;j5  ])cr  cent   net gtorei but  no definite action  will    be
his Une is already marked out i    prefacing  his broadside by  the re-.i uQt ^^ ��� (.ommented Mr, welsh, taken until Mcintosh has been heard
Inhehiuh towers on which the wires'mark  that of twenty  "systematizeis  I         woa,d   '   ulre return tickets foi from
Jthe British Columbia Electric Rail- WhQ    have    heretofore   opposed   ms |
V) companj to the Delta are stiung views, seven have been convicted    ot
���sikv cross  the  river.    At  Ladner crline. five are fugitives from Justice
��� [.ole hue terminates  at  a  largo iuul  three  have  died  by  their   hand,
Common  Council   Gets $200,000 Yearly  Without  Any  Excuse  for
Spending the Money.
I
h* just east of the ferry landing
mil is owned by the British Colum-
P Electric Railway company, the
"tern having enclosed its foreshore
Piling and had tilling done by
Mid ol the government dredge.
Ppolni was spoken of as an avail-
fe landing for the Ladner end of
W     : ,
Tram Company's Position. ,��� ,erl���. ,    ��.,n 	
'"""K tho  dav   Assistant   Manager  (lll(,t,(1 to a titlan-haired woman   Attei
>�� stated that   his   company   in- a three-days seance at a well known
N��l   tO    COM,      .   ...lmm~ .'I '     ..,        ,,.,,     t.���e���I.V      WHS     tU.lied     bl'-Ck.
ho oug        tamed.     Ol   course,   there
SSTSJ. besides theB��jwyg
118acco,n,,ioda,l,.i,rii;eP^L,1
while he is still doing business at the
old stand, Lawson  makes soma broad
charges,
By way of calling Archbold's attention to the disputed question, Lawson
relates an incident of bow an United
States senator, who was termed a.u
"enemy" by the so-called system, after
every effort bad failed to bring lii.n
to terms,    was    "accidentally"    Intro-
MANY SINGERS GATHER
TO PACIFIC SANGERFEST
EORD KILMARNOCK HURT
AT ROYAL SHOOTING PARTY
'leu he
Nd say
j the c
1 Present
^^^^^^^      company    in
come to  Ladner, but    just
waB   unable   to   state.     He
however, that the engineers
concern had been given orders
m a full report on the   best
pS'Me connections  with  the    place
Iftlvi' "'is statement   would prob-
. lully cover the   question of   a
^^establishment of a ferry
case'
Over   Twenty   Singing   Societies   Rep-'effort  Made to Suppress Story of Ac
resented at Big  Gathering at cident-King     George    Greatly
San   Francisco.
Agitated Over Affair.
San Francisco, Sep.. ^.-Before an London. Sep.. l.-Ihe Kings hunt
audlence gathered from all parts of ing party, near Balmoral Castle yes-
the United   States  and   Europe,    the terday, was broken up suddenly afte.
horns  of  six  hundred   voices  opened
tbe   Pacific   slngerfest.    Hie
���	
"e adequate to the needs of the
print. ,   vfiH.c"   Lawson
"Km-    vears   and   yeais,      ���-"���
>        ��� " "the   niinclpal   business of
S^'s,audar(l0il\lgirhas.Jeen
^debauch  individual  Mj-J^RJ
8T 'IS' StolJSSS.    for
 .,.-....   Srw."d��.tem.a;��ed  departments
produce to Vancouver for ti,e instruction   and
    and    comfortable ��,rlbct v. perjury and otber c,'l�����= ^^
in    be conduct of    the   depai�� , j        h of Austria
��ey  have employed nc;J�� 	
tit Ian-tufted trappers,  but  ^en
T|iis statement was all that he
IbuTi!" ,'""!"-v'" ,,mk��at tlie ,ln,e
IWiti."     Ped that in Ule ne!ir future
PhiIv W""1'1 be 1,ll(1 whereby tbe com-
. could carry both the* rest lenta of
?lu a'��' theh
ll:a^Med���io���, ^^^^^
|.e��l"'!lrr the vls'ting party thought
'etiuiie ' W:'S :i I"'��-,ec' which would
tad re a H'y ,arBe 0",l!,y of money
I'emij,'"".'' several years io complete.
IMans f ' '' ''""sideration of the have
IttoDght. 8UC il R,n,<'tlire iU^
JF*taUon f�� '.,,,.'",la,,,lH fo1' l����,,(!r t''11118- resolutions,
lie met, rac'"lllf*�� to the Delta might. ���
l'eWl��rran8ln* for Rn adWUaU  HUNDRED M^N  RUSH f|r_s
Afte,.    ' I TO   FIGH l    rwn��
ing tba ,,!7',l,lnK wveral hours visit-'       t   ,     Vnrpst
fe Sft hote!1^ ^,8eTlod-a-tl    Carson City, &__&* ^jt
enthusiastic
serious Injury to Lord Kilmarnock, a
member of the party. Kvery effort has
been made to keep the news of the
affair seciet. but the suppression itself ls accepted as fixing the responsibility for the accident.
The King, Lord Kilmarnock and Sir
Victor  McKenzie  formed    tiie    party
which left the palace yesterday.   The
King  was greatly  agitated  when    he
William   ui   w     lenchel ho,,-e   and since then he has
singers will contest been in a highly nervous state.
Lord Kilmarnock was peppered with
shot at a distance of about forty yards.
The shot struck him full in the face,
breaking  bis eyeglasses and injuring
a ora^.  his ear,  nose und  arm.    While  very
SHORTLY AFTER BIRTH painful, his wounds are not regarded
' as dangerous, and a speedy recovery
without permanent   distiguiement    ls
astlc appreciation of the efforts of tl..
songsters was given throughout    the
program.    In the rendition of Clausen
Magdalene,  1000  singers  participated.
On Sunday twenty singing societies
Will compete In the open air theatre
in  the  Oakland  foothills  for  f!lie  cui
practice   0f ioffcre(*  '^   Emperor  William of (1
and Many.    Tyrolean L���.���
for a cup given by Emperor Francis
London, Sept. 1.���Some months age
Monaco suddenly woke up one morning   with  a  thirst    for   parliamentary
government   and   marched   upon   the
prince's  palace.      A  revolution   was
averted by the  prince consenting   to
receive a deputation,   to   whom   he
said:     "If  you   want   to   elect   each
other to something, by all  means do
so," or words to that effect.
i     ine   Aioingusoiits  according  eiect
ed each other to a body    which they
called  the  Communal   council,   OKer
going through all the proper formalities of shouting and spellbinding. Tne
body electorate at once split up into
four distinct parties, the Real  Mone-I
Igasques, the  True  Monegasques,  the|
j Monaco Patriots and the Progressive
' Nationalists   of   Monaco.       Tiie    Ls;
named party came out at the top of
| the  polls  and  holds  the  majority  i.i
the Communal COUSCil,
The prince has granted the council
supplies of .200,000 a year. The
question before the council, improna-
ble as it may seem, is what to do with
tlie money. Kvery public expenditure
is co-vei'e.1 already several times over
by the profits of the Monte Carlo gambling tables. The council's buuget,
therefore, will work out something,
like this: Annual revenue, $200,000;
expenditure, nil.
i    The day of  the  political  boss has
not yet dawned In Monaco, but it will
probably  come,  ancl  then  there  inu:
be some  modification  In  this  uni pie j
balance sheet.
WILL   TEST   WOOD   PULP.
Government of United States to Erect
First Plant.
I Wausau, Wis., Sept. 1.���Contracts
have been filed here for the building
in this city of a government experi.
ment station for testing wood pulp.
A fire proof building will be er?cted
within silty days. As soon as snecial
machinery in installed the work of
testing Wisconsin wood for paper-
making will begin.
The government will spent $40,
000 on this plant during the first fiscal year. The forestry service believes that this testing plant will develop methods and material for making paper which heretofore have been
unknown. This will be the only plant
of its kind in the United States.
PLAN  TO CONTROL
WORLD'S COFFEE OUTPUT
Cincinnati, O., Sept. 1.���An attempt
to control tbe coffee supply of the
world is laid at the door of A: buckle
Bros, by a coffee merchant, a member
of the Gasser Coffee company of this
city.
The Arbuckles are said to have
combined with the Brazilian government. They have issue 1 orders to
brokers here to buy all the available
coffee in the market and have purchased extensively in the New York
market. The Brazilian brands of
coffee are the most in demand. Coffee
already has advanced two cents a
pound and dealers declare lt will go
higher.
NO MEAT TRUST
IN   NEW   ZEALAND
1-[CONVICT'S BABY DIES
s
 .     ������.,���.. ...       (..arson  ��."-f<  ""'".   ,',���  todav
and   after  the  ap- ftre8  were  discovered  late tod a
"nakln,"      ad    been    enloye(, tlie young Umber of the Tanoe w
gW��l wi the order of the and tonight the flamejwa <.wWWI
fn, ."unnlMB ^"nked the depu- ocrosg the  reserve within a  quarw.
6 <rnr^,^J'^d ..!! of r mile of _ Glen brook, one^ the
Kecf
toy,
���atlon
ar - ** ��m-�� swt os atsv-fKSStfs:
! here  in   iuhijuuhc   >��  ......
i sages to help fight the flame*.
Kansas City, Sept. 1.-A bt*   was ^p^ted.'       	
born to Dr. and Mrs. B._ Cla* HyM 	
today, but It died in about four torn. ^ lmmiflration T..t..
Guarded   by   sU   arm . l.-Immigration
l}yAe. Tntohsl.ome after the child stations of the south and southwest
county jail ic' ��'s ���resent when It where the department of commerce
was born.    He was i ^ ^^ ^ obgerved a lack 0f uni-
tUe'!;, n if. nit   over     I    suppose   I fortuity in enforcing the laws are soon
i ,,    a wen ao back to   Jail,"   he to be visited by oftlcials of   the   lm.
might as well go duck I migration   service.    The   Idea   is   to
Bau'     Hvde's condition is serious. If Btandardize  the Immigration    service
*       nni show improvement    an s0 that practically a uniform set    of
B!le f-in h�� made to influence Judge tests  will   be  applied  to immigrants
Saw to Permit another vWt at all points of entry.
DOMINION SURVEYOR
DROWNED IN  RAPIDS
Edmonton, Alta., Sept. 1,���A telegram this morning from Athabasca
Landing states that W. 11. Se'.by.
Dominion land surveyor, was drowned in the Athabasca river at Grand
Rapids nine days ago. He was walking along .the river and fell in. It is
thought he had heart failure. The
river at that point Is very rapid and
very dangerous, owing to rocks. Only
last year Count von Hammerstein's
boat was upset and the count thrown
unconscious on the sboie by the eddy,
while his two companions were
tlrowned. Belby lias a wife ln Toronto.
Wellington, N. Z., Sept. 1.���Speaking of the operation of certain tiusts,
the premier, Sir John Ward, stated
that should an United States corporation endeavor to control the meat
market parliament would be consulted whether the meat trade should
be nationalized.
IMMENSE  ACREAGE
THROWN OPEN TO ENTRY
Washington, D.C, Sept. 1.���Lands
reaching the grand total of 1.757,000
acres ln California and Nevada will
lie opened to settlement on November
21 and to entry a month later. This
arrangement was restored to entry today by Acting Secretary of the Interior Pierce.
"Pay-as you-enter" in  Europe.
New York,  Sept. 1.���The attention
of Europe ���- haa  been vailed    to    the
"paT-��s-yomeater"  car and  the    t.'pe
wlll be glvem a trt-.i.
j Dies of Smallpox.
I Toronto, Sept 1.���Dr. Sawdon. of
Llstowell, ha* died of smallpox ln that
town, bavins; contracted the disease
from some lumbermen on Lake Huron,.
'whom be treated during his vacation.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY
WANTED.
A JAPANESE WOMAN WANTS A
position as a washing maid or
ia.iii.. day work. Apply 27 McNeely
street, city.
KENNEDY    BROS.,    LTD
(Successors to H.i'e Bros. &, Kennedy,
Limited.)
Over  Mer.
hnnts  Bank, Cor.
and  Begbie SU.
Columbia
WANTED IMMEDIATELY��� THREE
first i ta a ladj clothe.-; ironers and
two shlri polishers; two dollars per
daj and fare, Electric Lace & Silk
laundry, Vancouver. |
WANTED���LADY CASHIER, STENO-
grapher with experienced preferred,
apply at once, W. s. Collister it
Co.
��� ��� ���
JAPANESE SCHOOL HOY WANTS
bituation in house. Apply P, O. Box
81S, city.
New Westminster, B. C.
Phone 335
WANTED���TEN GIRLS AT ONCE;
apply Royal city steam laundry.
WANTED���POSITION AS FOREMAN
for railway work; address 366
Keai y stn et, Sapperton.
WANTED ANV LIGHT WORK FOR
u few hours daily, by English 'ady.
Apply Mrs. Wixey, 320 Columbia
sl rei t.
A GINGER SNAP���City lot, 45x145, on
Third avenue and (ram line, one 1 it
nnd Btreet from Queens park, Price
$2000; $600 cash, balance 6, IL' and
JS months at 7 per cent.
CENTRAL PARK PICK-UP���On Inman avenue, close to tram line,
l"-, acre lot, cleared and
three-quarter acre lot, cleared and
50 trees planted, Ten roomed two
Btory house, stone foundation, hoi
wate:- heating furnace, electric li. lit
and modern conveniences. Price
$7000; $2000 cash, balance over
three years at 7 per cent. One
thousand .alion an hour artesian
well lately struck near this property.
FATHER OF ESPERANTO
HOPEFUL FOR FUTURE
in
Ludwig   Samenhoff is
Montreal  for  a Few
Days Visiting Relations.
WANTED���TWO OK THREE L'JiiX-
ished rooms for llgiil housekeeping.
A] , Ij  I3o.x ::i this office.
CARPENTER    WANTS    WORK    BY
day or contract, Apply Box 19, Daily
.\e.\   .
ROOM AND BOARD WAN"! ED BY
,. ouni tn n, ab ive Pourl h avenue,
lies., to Sixth street.   Terma must
..    lerate.    Reply    to 20, News TWIN
o  i e,
FINE     FRASER     FRONTAGE���Forty j
acres  (1060 ft.)  near New West nin
sle'r.   Two seven and eight roomed |
houses    on    property    and    sv  arl
building 20x40; 20 to 25 acres cultivated.    Price $20,750;  terms, $6750
cash, $3000 November 1, 1910,  balance im er three j ears al 7 per cent,
i lalf of i his propel tj  ei p in tely I
$10 500.   Terma $2625 cash. I a'.anc
in  i hree equal  payments at  V   pei
cent.
WAN rED    DINING
A; i :>  King's hotel.
ROOM      GIUL.
P >ni MTICES     WANTED,    APPLY
mlllinerj  parlors,   opposite
posi office,
WANTED     BY     WORKING     MAN,
roi i  and 1 oard near Eighth av< nn
��� ; y. elfth street.   Reply K., News
i fice.
CITIES SPECIAL���Two ten
acre lots in midsl of Twin Cities
subdh i lon of 33 fool lots. Will be
sold separately or together for shorl
ii;; e al $675 an acre; al out half
pi Ice of a Ijacenl subdh Ision pro
perty.    Easy terms, on applii al   m
KENNEDY    BROS.,   LTD.
Over Merchants  Bank, Cor. Columbia j
and   Begbie  Sts.
New Westminster. 13. C.      Phone 335
WANTED���LIGHT   HOUSEKEEPING
ro   us for four; no children; in city xtic detu.5! r��c tditct rr\
or rear vicinity; or small furnished   !"=��� rL-JiLcb lALM LU
....   Address Box A., Dally News. Head Office       -       451
New Westminster
STANFIELD'S
All Wool Underwear, Elastic Grip,
all weights $2.50 to $4.00 per suit
PENMAN'S
1 Natural Wool, all weights $2.50
per suit
WOLSEY
Underwear, All Wool in natural
and pink, $6.00 to $8.00 per suit
WANTED���FIVE OR SIX ROOMED
cottage, unfurnished; close to car
line.    Apply  E.   K.,  News  office.
Branch Office
. LTD.
Columbia  St.'���
B.  C.
Kamloops, B.C.
WANTED���A NIGHT WATCHMAN;
fourth class engineering papers required. Apply the Westminster Mill
Co., Lulu island.
\Y.\ NT 10 1) ��� HOUS EK E
ro mis for married couple.
Box A.A., this office.
PING
Apply
WANTED���A CARPENTER.
Sasb & Door factory.
WALSH
WANTED���COUPLE, NO FAMILY,
di sire house to rent; 6 or 7 rooms,
unfurnished; West End preferred.
Entry by September 1, Reply, to
Box  B, News ofiice.
WANTKD���A  GIRL  FOU  GENERAL
housework   and   plain   cooking.   Apply  125  Third  avenue.
FOR   SALE.
FOU SALE���TWENTY-TWO FOOT
launch in first class condition; a
snap for $150 cash. Apply SIS Ken-
ne ly street, New Westminster.
FURNITURE FOU SALK AND
house to rent. ^17 Keary street,
Sapperton.
PORT MANN DISTRICT
LOT  57,  of  subdivision   B,  of  section
20, block    a north,    range   2 wes!.:
containing one and  one-sixth acres.
Price  $2000;   one-third    cash,    balance    six,    twelve      and      eighteen:
months at    7    per cent,    interest.
(205-A.)'
t^ag^^aasa^/ra _v��v>m?^v^^^- i~iim-^i-:,::
.     -    -      -   mr-mtmJ
FIFTY ACRES in township 9, front- j
ing on Clover Valley road, and close i
to two railroads. Price $100 per acre.'
Terms over five years. (206-A.)
I
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The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20lh Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
8, prairie land.   Price $125 per acre; j
one-third    cash,    balance    one    and
two years. (204-A.)
FOR SALE���FOUR SPIT PUPPIES,
Lytton hotel dining room.
FOU SALK���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
on Westminster road; ahout ISO
feet to another road; for $700; quarter cash. Herbert Gay, Windsor
hotel,  after  C>  o'clock.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
FOR    RENT ��� FURNISHED
room, 42A Third avenue.
BED-
FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT WITH
board, in private family, on Fifth
avenue, near Yancouver car line.
Apply Hox C. C. C, Daily News.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 713 Trew street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
piy upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia street and Clarkson.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 2.'!3 sth St.
TO     RENT ���  FURNISHED     BED-
rooms. 703 Third avenue. Apply
after 6 p, ra, or bei ween it a. m. and
5 p. m. at Room 14, HL'3 Columbia
stieot.
PRIVATE      BOARDING      HOUSE���
First class board. Newly furnished
rooms. All home cooking. Terms
very reasonable, at 513 Agnes street.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
street.
LOST.
Lust���A rot.tvhi'iioois cuamIa-
ing sum of money and checks.
Finder return to the Royal City
Dye Works and receive reward.
FOUND.
FOUND AT THE WALSH SASH AND
Door Factory the latest thing in the
line of front doors.   Phone 413. **
THIRTY ACRES in section 36, block
6 north, range 1 west, twenty acres
cleared, with new house and barn;
good water. Price $270 per acre.
Terms      over     eighteen      months.
(175-A.)
TWENTY  acres  in  section  33,  block
6 north, range 2 west, N. W. D.
Price $500 per acre; one-third cash,
balance six and twelve months    at
7 per cent. 1211-A.)
FIFTY acres in section 32, block 5
north, range 2 west, N. W. D.; absolutely tiie best subdividing pro-1
position In Port Mann district to- j
day. Why ? The terms are one-;
fifth cash, and the balance over j
TEN YEARS, with interest at fi peri
cent. (221-A.) j
TEN acres, being lot 6, section 27,
block 5 north, range 2 west, N.W.D.,
on new Yale road. $S00 per acre;
$2500 cash, balance six. twelve and
eighteen months at 7 per cent, in-
te.est. (222-A.)
SURREY
Do you want a lot in the centre
of the city.   The old CJute Home,
corner of Third Ave. and Seventh
Street, is now on the market ; the
price is $1000 per lot and upwards
and will be sold on good terms.
As the beautiful house is now on
our new street, we will give it to
the purchaser of any two lots forth��
small sum of $1000. It now rents
for $35,00 a month.
Don't forget, we will give you good
terms.
P. Peebles,
620 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 307
160 ACRES on the Scott road within j
six    miles    of    New  Westminster.'
Price $85 per acre;  one-third cash,
balance six, twelve    and    eighteen
months.    Investigate this.    (208-A.)
80 ACRES in section 25, township 2,
.150 per acre; $4200 cash, balance
over two years. < 141-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, in
t crest. (201-A.)
FIVE ACRES in section 18, township
8, on Newton road. $150 ier acre
Terms over two years. (Bl-A.)
LANGLEY
FIVE acre tracts, consisting of the
most fertile soil in Langley districts, cleared and in n high state
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.
TO LKT���TDK BASEMENT AND
store ln the K. P. block; suitable
for store rooms, skating rink, ori
moving pictures, elc, etc. For par-1
ticulara apply to John Forrester.
Sec. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
street, City. |
Through our branch office at Kamloops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars.
THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD.
Frank C. Cook, Gen. Manager.
Head Office        -       451  Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C,
Branch Office     -     -     Kamloops, B.C.
LOST���LADIES' SILVER WATCH
with gold chain, between tram ofllce and Third stieet. Suitable reward for returning same to Daily-
News ofllce.
CITY OF NEW  WESTMINSTER.
Tenders for Cast  Iron Specials.
The corporation requires tenders
for steel castings for the new pipe
line. Plans, specifications and further
details can he obtained from .1. W. B,
Blackman, city engineer. Tenders
will be received up to September 6,
l'JIO, by the undersigned.
W. A. DUNCAN, Clly Cleric.
August 23, 1910,
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Tendesr for Cast  Iron Specials.
The corporation is desirous of receiving lenders for cast iron specials
for the new water main. Plans, specifications and further particulars can
be obtained from J. W. 11. Blackman,
city engineer. Tenders will be received by the undersigned up to 5
p.m, of September 12, 1010.
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
August 30, 11)10.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All rubbish and garbage must be
removed to the foot of Sixteenth
street and Fifth avenue, where It will
be burned by the corporation.
Any person or persons who dump
garbage or rubbish of any kind on
any other street or avenue or on any
lane, vacant lot or public property
will be prosecuted under the provisions of the Sanitary Iiylaw.
By Order, S. ,T. PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hall. June 13. 1010.
Do You Want to
Sell Your Acreage
or City Property?
If so, we have clients open
to purchase property of all
descriptions. Send your list
addressed to "Inland," P. 0.
Box 431, New Westminster.
Quick results guaranteed
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 567
Montreal, Sept. L���Esperanto ��� the
unlvi :i i u uage, which is to break
do ton all exii ting mental barriers be-
i������,,., I, the nations of tbe earth Is
growing :.i a rate thai parallels thai
of the spirit of Internationalism, 6 lyi
Dr, i udwig Samenhoff, of Warsaw,
Poland, the Inventor of the languag >.
Dr, Sai ��� ih ft Ib i taj Ing al the
Windsor In tei for a few days visiting
his aunt, Mrs. Nathan Lewi:', of Dor-
, bester streel   w< Bt,  In  whose l se
in Warsaw twentj three ���< ars ago the
flrsl words of the new language were
uttered.
To a  representative   of The   Star
through the medium of W. W. Mann,
���   i ondon, who acti ii as Interpreter,
i     Samenl      i tated thai tl e nei tl of
,   . ., ,, medium of Inter-communio-
:   -    | [ed him to form the E per-
.,... | ; |. .       b;  m<   as ol whli I i ���
.   :   won i -i   ol   all   cotintrh
,l    be   Arai n    togi ther   bj
ol a common to ie
"Tl e        i      chai      eristic . of   I
nth centui d,
I ,      alion of travi .       :       n    ort bj
, la.   post   and   ti
i thi    i ncreased in
���   ury by the  ��� Ireh
.   other devici
ntly   bini
togel    ���     111. Thi
��� I - I
the mo - ; ii   ���
.   e, bul the b irrler ol   I i
email      nd 1 e demolished
: erslty of la     mge d
Icl      nation from nai loi       i I
I   .      ��� : ���   world a   i
whoh   be Impi ded.
peranto Is not,  proi erly   bj    '-
lage; it is men
Ij   a   Becond  language   for  all:    i   i
which can i e used by all national)
as  well as their mother tongue.
"Our language is a living one. with |
a growing press and literature ol i:*'
own, In dally use bj hundreds of thou-1
sands of men and women in all pai ts
of the  world.    It  Is  based   m tin
i ii    . ord i which are common to I he
greatest number of languages and Is
readily  acquired  by    Europeans   and
\mei leans   alike.     The  Simplicity   anil
regularity of its grammar and Its In-
cenlous system of word-building render It also easy to Asiatics. A few
months study for half an hour daily |
will make anyone of average capacity
a proficient EsperantlsL"
As he spoke to Mr. Mann, the rich,
sonorous  tones  of  the    words   > en
easily appreciated ami. Indeed, ll  w isl
possible  almost   to   follow   the  coiner-j
|sation   wn hunt  any   knowledge  whatever Of the language.
This is Dr. Samenhoff's flrsl vlsll
���'i America end was undertaken to attend the si\th animal Esperanto con-
vi ution held ibis year in Waslilu, I
Ahout four hundred delegates were In
attendance representing twenty-six
different nations, fifteen of whose gov.
ernments sent oinclal representatives.
At the Barcelona convention last
year no less than 4,200 delegates were
registered, but many of the European
societies were unable (o come to America this year, owing to the great distance and the time required for the
voyage across the Atlantic. King Alfonso, of Spain, was elected honorary
president of the congress at Barcelona, and this year sent a personal
representative to Washington. The
Spanish king takes a deep interest
In the movement, and Is himself proficient ln reading Esperanto.
Dr. Samenhoff is much impressed
with what he has seen since his arrival in America and stated that he
is convinced the future belongs to the
Xew World. The spirit of industry,
he said, and the remarkable activity
of the people of this continent were
features of the life that struck him as
the predominant ones.
Confessions   In    Esperanto.
The dotcor, several days ago, received a letter from a Roman Catholic priest, of Manitoba, who told of
the advantage of n knowledge of Ks-
peranto In the Canadian west in his
work with the foreigners. The language, the priest wrole, was being
taught the children In the schools,
and lie frequently took confessions
from liis flock in the new language.
Everywhere, the doctor said, Ee-
poranto was gaining ground. The
state of Maryland this year decided
to make the study of the language
a pari of the curriculum. In Kngland
it formed pari of the night scliool
studies and on the continent was becoming   recognized   everywhere.
Dr. Samenhoff speaks fluently Polish, Russian, German, French, Italian and Hebrew, and is a characteristic type of the European scholar.
Through his quiet demeanor there
shines the enthusiasm of (he believer
in the ultimate success of his cause,
which, in the case of the propagation
of the Esperanto movement, Is one removed from the realm of fads and one
wbicb bad for its basic object the
Ideal of universal brotherhood.
While In Montreal, Dr. Samenhoff
is being entertained by Mrs. Lewis
and his cousin, Louis Samenhoff, of
Quebec, whose guest he Is at the
Windsor.
Mr. Mann, who accompanies him, is
the editor of the  British  Ksperantist.
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near Tho Dally News Co.,
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Try  a  "WANT"  nd
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Automobile for Hire
Day and   Night.
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one: Day 703. Night L611
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
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ESTABLISHED 181
$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
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r'^York, Chicago and Spokane,
P' and M��*lf-�� City' A Bl'"(''';'1
I .."��� business transacted. Let-
���""Trredil Issued, available with
lindeVsin   all   parts ot   the
frl .���,., Bank Djpartment���Deposits
P,T'Dfln sums or U and upward,
Kresl Jtowjjjjt 3 ^r cent, per
ffil 'Su  over   $186,000,000.00
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster
ransfcr Co.
jr.ee 'Pnone 1��.     Barn 'Hkoae 187
Columbia 8treet-
Bilflga   delivered   promptly   ta
any part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM  DEPOT.
(Gardiner & Gardiner
(F, ('���   Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
6, Westminster Trust. Building
New Westminster, B. C.
���done 661 Residence   Phone   133
t.   ���:���
, 0. Box 395
Phone 730
rphy & Craig
Heating  and   Plumbing
Jobbln.    1'iumptly   Attended   To
Colonial   Block
At the annual meeting .if the agricultural societies of British Columbia,
held in Victoria In January lust, datet
for the fairs throughoul the Provln <
were arranged us follows:
First   Circuit.
A'-bernl      gept, it and 15
Nanaimo     Sept. IG and 17
Comox      Sept. 22 an 1 23
Cowlchan        s< pi. 23 and 2-1
The Islands  Sept. 21
Victoria      sept. 27 to Oct. 1
N. and S. Saanlch Oct. : and I
Second   Circuit.
Coquitlam      ��� Sept. 20
Maple   Ridge Sept.. 21 and 22
Mission       Sept. 23
Agassiz        Sept. 2: anil 28
Chilliwack      Sept. 20, 21 and 22
Third    Circuit.
Nicola       Sept. r, and 14
Armstrong      Sept. 22 and 23
Vmion        Sept. 13 to 17
Kamloops       Sept. 28 to 30
Kelowna      Sept. 20 and 21
Salmon   Arm    Sept. 23 and 24
SiiliilMorlatid        Oct.  17 and 18
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey       Se; t. 27
Langley      Sept. 28
Eburne     Sept. 29 an I 30
Ladner      Sept. 2 ', and 2 1
RAILWAY CO.
Train  Service New
Westminster
Departures.
5:46���To Seattle, Port Moody. Harnett and Vancouver.
8:00���To Vancouver.
9:15���To Montreal, Nicola, Vancouver and local points.
15:f'5���To St. Paul. Kootenay points
and Somas.
16:45���To Vancouver and local
points,  Agassiz and  local points.
19:35���To Montieal and Okanagan
I f.itits.
20:50���To Vancouver only.
THE DAIlA  NEWS.
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PAGE THREE.
NEGROS OWN AND
RUN THRIVING TOWN 3
Settlement Founded by Former Slaves in Mississippi
is Progressive.
Mound Bayou, Miss., Sept, l.���Thls
nej ro town should be a source of In-
itlon and examj le to all the dis-
atl ifled negroes In tl e United States
and Canada. Its Btory reads like a
romance, and i, a romance with it.--.
central figure ol I Islah Montgomery,
who was a slave, and has rlt en a hon-
orable position and wealth through
Bl eer merit.
Montgomery has done a thing in the
upbuilding of a strictly negro com-
tnuntty that former ameliorators of
the conditions of his race have invariably gone about In another way. in-
stead of sending the negroes to Liberia or other placeB remote from
their native environment, he estab-
'i I ed them In the very hear! of the
country in which Uny served
slaves.
Monad Bayou Is In Bollvai
amid  the  prolific   delta,   whet.,   the
black alluvia] soil is very productive,
With this soil and the | olltlcal and
social coalitions which exist in the
community tt must be prosperous, lt
is a refutation of the ideas of the city
negro that to be successful he must
be on an equality with the white men
a non. whom his lot Is cast. In
Mound Bayou the ne. roes a
to the whites only politically and under the civil and criminal laws of the
state. They seek nothing further in
tlie way of equality.
Tlie segregation of the negro into
communities in Oklahoma and other
I laces has not been the success that
It was hoped. That the negro is a
creati re of criminal tendencies has
been a conclusion with most peopie,
���tendencies that cannot he obliterated or cultivated out of the race.
The history of Mound Bayou belies
this.    Tlie criminal  history  is  almostLno
ii blank page, and its record to lay ia j
im-  better  in  this  regard   than
has deposits of upwards of 150,000
and has on a single nay conducted a
business   of   more   than    $22,000.      It
handles  without,  difficulty  the cotton,
ier   and   other   Industries    of    the
niinity, and in tlie financial flurry
of two years ago paid out specie when
other hanks In the state were resorting to cashier's (-..rtificate.
While tlie town ls under the jurisdiction of a mayor and three alder-
mi n, . lected by the male adults of th i
place, all of whom are negroes, the
real governmenl ls by common consent. Whenever a question of importance comes up the community Is
called together and the matter is thoroughly discussed and Is decided ac,
cording to tiie wishes of the majority,
the w en having the Bame right of
representation in all town matters as
the men.
Every official of the town is a negro, and even the white sheriff of
Bolivar county does not Intrude officially, but appoints a negro deputy to
represent him ln that district.
There is, however, little use for officers ln the colony, It Is a proverb
with them that the deputy sheriff and
Ithe town marshal are tlie only Idle
I people In the town.
As nn example of how their affairs
are regulated and the respect they
j have for law and order may he cited
'an Incident that happened In 1905. A
citizenship meeting was called, for lt
U!^, had been discovered that several
j "blind tigers" were being operated in
county, t|ie town. The matter was discussed
In public assembly and the sentiment
expressed that this type of lawlessness would not be tolerated. The
"blind tigers" ceased to exist.
ln facilities for religious worship
Htiil education Mound Bayou Btand8
second to no community of its size ln
the south. All the principal denomination ate represented, the congrega-
re equal tj,ms being strong numerclally and
the churches being structures of
which the people may well he proud.
There are good schools, and the
normal and Industrial institutes have
an enrollment of 2uo pupils. The Baptist college also has an enrollment of
200 scholars and is B high-class Institution.
BRITAIN DEPENDS
ON FOBtlGN COUNTRIES
To these must be adtled potatoes.
fruits, vegetables, Imps and other
foods, which reach a high figure.
There are some notable changes in
the sources of supply.    The supplies
  (lf grain trom Russia were mor ��� than
,   ,     _,        ,,,, . .   ,_    ...         'trebled,  and   the   Argentine  sent   the
Most of the Flour Which Englishmenieneormo'ua (1,mi|t|ty ���r   ,>208  (.wt8.
Eat  is  Brought to  Eng'and   From
Outside   Nations.
of beef.
lu prices for 1909 ihe outstanding
feature was the high price of corn,
which reached an average of 36s. lid.
""" ~ land touched 44s., but It appears that
London, Aug. 31.-The third part of En8��Bh tarmers ������ ver>
the agricultural statistics for 1909,
published on Wednesday, shows many
curious variations In the price of food'
ami fodder and in the countries supplying them, but the startling fact ls
Hritish dependence on foreign supplies.
For  every  head  of   the   population
Kngland  Imports:
2.r. lbs. of wheat and flour.
46 lbs. of meat.
22 lbs. of cheese, butter and lard.
47 eggs.
lit. as tn.st of their supplies w ire sold
out early and the foreign wheat fetched an average of over 2s. a quarter
more. A curious single Item Is th ��� almost total extinction of the lmoprt of
live sheep, which fifteen years ago
numbered a million.
As they affect the household food
bill the figures show that, bacon ins
readied an almost prohibitive price,
but that meat on the whole is cheaper. Mutton has seldom been so cheap
as It was In 1909, and beef has not
averaged the very heavy prices of
1908.
Arrivals.
Vancouver
7:43���From    Montreal
Porl   Moody.
9:10���From    St.    Paul,    Okanagan.
Kootenay and Sumas.
10:18���From     Agassiz,     Vancouver
and  local  points.
16:15���From Vam ouver.
18:45���From     Vancouver,     Seatt'e
and   local   points.
20:40���Fi om Vancouver.
22:02���FTom Montreal    and    Nicola
**aa rftii����rTrr. *r?ir~.*i ��� riffr?r'^CT,fraq^w<,!^SJg*,*wiiagi;
(ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watcies for Lafll.-s from .12/5
t-
t Silver Wa-ches,    gents'    open  race
UO,
(Silver Watches,  gpnts'  open    case.
p.50 up.
[Agent   for    Waltham   and      KlgW
nicks,
I Watch repairing a specialty. ' ED GOULET, Agent C. P. B.
F    f^AKF"        'H'c- B' F0STERi A- G- p- A- Van
po Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery
couver.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
.;'_   to  25  H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone  53.
Tenth   St.,   New   Westminster.
FOR CHILLIWACK
And   Upriver   Landings
The  New  Sternwheeler
S. S.  PAYSTREAK
Leaves Brackman-Ker Milling Company's wharf, New Westminster, with
Passen. eis and  freight as follows:
,     ('s New Westminster Tuesday
P'H'isil.-iy ftn(j Saturday at 8 a. m.
Waves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri
\p'and Sunday at 7 a. m.
lrst Class Passenger Accommodation
|R��VAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New   Westminster.
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
W. K. Walsh      W. E. Walsh. Jr.
Factory, 226 I4lh St.
New Westminster,  B.C.
Phone 413.
We   make   a   specialty  of  fir
doors,  steamed  and kiln dried.
"!
Measles Epidemic Among Indians.
Quehec, fept. 1.���There is a serious
outbreak of measles among the north
ndlans in tlie vicinity or
Matashquan, where some twelve or
"ny thirteen deaths are reported. Thirty
"white" town of similar size in the or forty whites were also inflicted,
state. Liquor is prohibited within the' DUt have since recovered.
colony, and it. was hy the vote of the.!
citizens of Mound Bayou that Bolivar
County was swung into the pro'..ihi.
tion column.
The only man who has hcea permitted to spend his money in Mound
Bayou is Andrew Carnegie, who gave
$10,000 to build a library, lt is a |
town founded, built, financed and
managed by negroes, all of whom aro
descendants of the old-time African
i ace.
When   Islah   Montgomery  and  Ben-
1 jamln    Green,    formerly    slaves,    led
their  people into  the   wilderness   i f
j Bolivar county they found a hardship
in clearing the land and opening the
farms.    But they thought that if they
, had been aide  to stand  tlie  miasma
land toll for their former masters they
���'would find It no greater hardship to
do it  for themselves and  their   children who were to come after.
The  sloths  anl  drones  were   s ml
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18'. \   Knots
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) MONDAYS aid FRIDAYS
at 11:30  P.M. for PRINCE  RUPERT   and   STEWART.
Monday's steamer makes close connection at Prince Rupert with
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" tor Masset, Kincolith, Naas Bay, Charlotte
City, Lockeport, Jedway, ikeda Bay, etc.
Friday's steamer makes close  connection  at  Prince   Rupert
S.S. "PRINCE ALBERT" for Massett, Kincolith, Naas Bay, etc.
with
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf)   WEDNESDAYS AND SAT-
URDAYS   at   2   P.M.  for   VICTORIA  and   SEATTLE.
For rates, time tables, booklets,   and   full   information,  passenger
or freight, apply to
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent.    H. G. SMITH, City Pass. Agent.
533 Granville Street, Vancouver.    Phone 7100.
GENERAL   AGENCY.  TRANSATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
���ZTVT-iTaaTi.
2E
e
urnitur
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend St. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$1. weekly- For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone ~,y*>.
Westminster
GARAGE
All   Kinds   of   Automobile
Accessories.
Reptiirs Promtply Executed.
Carnarvon  and  sixth  St.  New
vvestmlustor B. c, Phone P.M.
JOHN  DOBSON, Manager.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING ��
Estimates  Given  on  Any  Kind
of  Job   Printing
Thomson   Blk.
Phone   383
New Westminster lo New Westminster
Via
Steveston and Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
Jj"�� Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P.  M, dally except Saturday, and
Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Elec-
Irl
Tickets at n.  C.  E.  R. ticket office and on bonrd steamer,
e cars leave Steveston every hour  (on the halt-hour) for \ancou-
^e ��ie  Famous  Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc.
Uound Hip tickets to Steveaton. Saturday afternoens, $1.
I
me
cities, which they were not titteel   to .
leave.
The country in which Mound Bayou
is situated is called the "American
Valley of the Nile." so productive is
it. Approaching the town on the train
one sees the larse plantations, with
the mansions surrounded with the
small negro shanties, fcive way to
small holdings, each with its small
farmhouse occupied by the owner,
who knows no taskmaster and is Independent of the "furnishing system"
under which their brothers are tolling
on the big plantations as "share c:o;��
I ers."
The  homes of the   negro   farmers
are not large nor    built    strictly    on
'modern   architectural   lines,  but   they
are    comfortable,   according   to   the
ideas  of comfort  held  by   the  negro
'farmer, and they are their own. Bach
house has it own little flower garden,
I its truck patch, well-kept fences, and
'the things that go to make home. In
s:ion.     distinction     to     the     barren
hovels in which the big plantation ne-
groes are compelled to live.
['   Mound  Bayou lies in the midst of
this prosperous farming district.   As
Ol e steps from the nain  at  the neat
railroad station he is not   net   with
the sight,  usual  at   stations   In   the
south, of crowds of noisy negroes jostling and shouting.
Th.e people of Mound Bayou do not
teem to desire to imitate the whites.
nor to thev wish to be c'.asse.l as de-
si'ing to he the e mals of the whltea.
But they have no prejudice Bgalnsl
tiie whites, nor do they fear them.
Islah Montgomery Is now seventy-
five -ears old and is worth from $75,-
ono to $100,000. llis principal Idea,
as v.-nii as that of the other leaders In
the community, has heen race build-
One of the leading Mound Bayou
negroes is .T. W. Covington, editor erf
the Demonstrator, an excellent newspaper, which he conducts with determination to build up the community.
Charles Hanks, a man of pure AM-
can descent, is one of the most influential men In the community. He is a
financier of no mean aid Ity and is
cashier of the hank of the town
is six feet tall, athletic, and
though he were an eastern college
man Yet he was horn of parents who
knew naught bul slavery and his edu-
cation, which Is excellent, is the le-
ault of personal achievement.
It was Hanks who advocated before
the Negro Husiness Men's league of
Mississippi, ideas to broaden the activities of his race and encourage the
mechanical and business development
of his people. HU efforts resulted In
the establishment of a cottonseed oil
mill which sold stock by popular subscription to the negroes of the state
knd pays 20 to 30 per cent on the capital Invested. _
The bank of which he Is an offlcer.
Owing to the numerous requests to purchase sale
goods offer the first month, and as so many were out
of town during August, we have decided to continue
our Furniture Sale until the 10th of September.
Everything is reduced to the limit in order to attract
you to our store, if you have not yet visited us you will
be surprized at our stock and our low prices.
JUST READ ON
and compare our prices with what you had to pay
bef ors we commenced business,
NOW FOR BARGAINS
hartshMK
^n
SHADE  ROLLER
Combination Window Shades, green on one side and
cream on the other. Complete with brackets and pull 60c
Plain Green Shade, complete 40c
All shades mounted on best Hartshorn's Rollers.
Heavy Floor Oilcloth
Per square yard.. 25c
Heavy Linoleum,
Per square yard. .40c
Linoleum 12 ft.  wide
Per square yard. .50c
lie
ceaks as
Mahogany
Parlor
Tables
RUGS
Every Rug in the store is reduced to the
limit from the cheapest Union Rug to the
_ best Axminster and Wilton. This affords
an exceptional opportunity to fit up that room for
your FAIR VISITOR.
DENNY & GALLOWAY
RELIABLE HOME FURNISHERS
Phone 588 43-45 Sixth Street New WeStrointter, B. C.
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THE DAISY NEWS
FRIDAY. 8E.TEM
BER ;
The Daily News
Published by Tne Dally .News Publlsn-
ins Company, Limited, at their offices.
Corner   of    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
E. A. Paige Managing  Director
FRIDAY,  SEPTEMBER  2,  1910.
TO
SIDETRACK     NEW
STER.
WESTMIN-
|   LEES LIMITED
We Furnish Your
Ho m c   Co mp le te
LEES LIMITED
SUCCESSORS    TO    LEE'S   FURNITURE   EMPORIUM.
PHONE  73.      716-713 C0LUM3IA  ST.,  NEW WESTMINSTER.
K1__7^L~, Wa.i?.'. 'ST,ffi^XLXZ^^-2tWZ5?XSZ3l
REMEMBER    WE
CLOSE   AT   6   P.M.    SATURDAYS, 10 P. r
Mme than iwo months ago, ti be
precise, un June 18 last, we published
a warning to the peoj le,of New Westminster that unless they were up and
doing a project for Improved means of
transportation for the Delta, promot-
ed by the lest i eople in thai thriving
section ul' ihe province, would Jeopardize the bope and expectation of t
city becoming a greal receiving and
distributing center by its connections
ly enhances the Importance of effecting such a settlement, There Is little doubl thai this clever idea of our
business-like neighbors would never
lmve received ti.e support it now enjoys, nor the encouragement
1',.  t'.  Electi i ��� company
TWIN CiTIES AGREE
UPON   A   FAIR   SITE
Fort William, Sep. 1���Alter a period of th"    most    acrid    controversj
Fori  William and Port    Arthur bave
of the at last agreed upon a fair Bite, which
management seems to suit a majority of the popu-
..'   '    , lation of both cities i.n l the districi a;
ii it had nut been for the discourteous , , , ,,...   , ,,   , ,, ,   ,���,,.
o | larne, and an exhibition that bids tali
i treatment  which has been meted out ,��� do c,.ed|( ,��� vVestern Ontario is In
Ito the company by this   city, acting the making,
through the mavor.                              I   The fair site problem has for years
with  the surrounding districts.    The m b&    ^ ^   ^ Qn  ^ ,,,,,, ������,. of   big bones of conten-
proji   I   to  which  we called attention , ,' , tion  between    the    two cities.    The
.   .     's:    'i'1'1  us bave a truce to the un- nmua nf p��h   \,,i,-,r    Kt_.tpii    mm-
WUS  1. '   leS"  '!-'"   tho  Hlvoralnn  ,>r Hum 'oil   Alll
i grea| amovnl of attention, In spite of the facl thai we are unable to       ,     .
without show windows.    Bul only a matter of a few days and the -
it, and
Ave attracting
as we are stll
completed, the new windows In pi
ce, and we shall then have lots of room, plentj
second to none In the city.   See the new materials; you cannol mistake the store   .
a       ,v window.    We mention a few of the leaders,
than the diversion of the
Chilliwack line of the B. C. Electric
railway to Ladner, and the erection
of a ; Idj e o'. er 11 e Fraser river, to
give dire I i immunii al lon with Van-
coin er, We als i poinl d oul thai thi.
b hen ���. ii cai fled out, would moan
thi ' .'������! '��� \ '( stmlnstor won; l prac*
tici lly I e sidetracked.
\\ e i-.no>'.- tbal our warning and th i
fea - wi expressed were greeted with
derision in some quarters of this city.
Bul "for smiles there is a time, nnd
tin e (here is for tears."  It is no time
pleasantness which has prevailed be- than two miles trom Its business Bee-
tween this city and the company, and Hon. almost to the very dims of t ie
let all things be done thai can be rea, For< Willlam commercial district. For
,    , that   reason   Porl   Arthur   would   . i I
sonably and properly he done to en- consen)   ,��� ,,���, T..i;i  (,M   ,,|ir beta|
courage the management of the com- located half on    each    side   of   the
pany to pursue Its policy of making boundary.    That    city    claimed    thai
New  Westminster  the enter   of iis visitors to the exhibitions would never
gel a glimpse at the 1
oj erations,
An    Epiden-.ic   cf   Sore    Mouth.
Toronto, Sept.  1.���There seems tc
be an epidemic of sore mouths in the
city, and die doctors aro unable to account for it.    Eight families on Wav-
now | r smiles.    The original project  '-i ley ''oad,  Kew  Beach,  have it. and
has taken definite shape and on Wed.- Peopl�� ai! over t,!,C di>\..e complain- ^"both"^ them
ing   ot   the    trouhle.     The   disorder
nesday a  strong party, composed of mlght be deScribe:l as general inila...
members   of the   Vancouver   council matlon and soreness of that part   of
and the hoard of trade, with officials 'be mouth under the tongue. Physicians do not give the disease a name,
but I hey say any good antiseptic solution will effect a cure.
of the il. C. Electric Railway company,
met the Delta people, and after looking ovgr the country discussed the
whole matter. The outcome of this
was that tlie Vancouver men expressed their sympathy in a practical way
with a project which would provide
closer and quicker connection between the Terminal City and tbe Delta. .Mayor Taylor expressed readiness
to put forward a hylaw authorizing
the contribution of a goodly sum to-
ie  !'���-. t  Arthur re-1
tail Institutions.
The e.forts of Thos. Home, of F i I
William, and li. A. Burris, of Porl
Arthur, ami several others of their
calibre ri suited In the awarding i
a contracl lasl night for a main exhibition building to be erected al once
at a cost of $11.nun on a site that is
both between the two cities and in
The site, while no-
near the centre of Port Arthur, ls farther from ihe Fort William Btores.
The get-together movement is in fu I
swing and  everybody  Is  happy.
Diagonals
 r the most popular ma erlals for this season, very rich In appearance,  and
lngs.    From	
���60c to $1.25
a
....    j
NANAIMO'S   STATISTICS.
       Twenty-five Births and Fifteen Deaths
Reported   During   Month.
CITY    OF    NEW    WESTMINSTER.!    Nanaimo,      Sept.    1.���During    the
 ��� 'month    of    August   four    marriages,
Notice  is  hereby  given  that  under twenty-five  births  and   fifteen  deaths,
the authority of section 51) of the mu- were    recorded      with      Government
nicipal    clauses    act,    the    following Agent Thomson  In  the  Nanaimo dis-1
buildings  are  declared to  be  a  nuis- trict.    During tlie same period twenty1
anee   and   dangerous   to    the    public mineral  claims  were recorded.  Three
safety, and it is hereby ordered that'eases were dealt  with  in  the provln-
they be pulled down and removed by cial police    court    during    the    past
'ithe owner,  agent, lessee or occupier Imonth, and seventeen   cases   in   the
wards  the  cost   of  the   undertaking, thefeof, viz.: local police court.
President Stone, of the board of trade, i    On lot il, C. hlock 12, two buildings I    Tbe returns   for   the local    inland
gave assurance of that body's aid, and between    Gardhouse's    bakery    and revenue office    for    the    month    of
it was agreed to approach the provin- H��t6J K'!SSC"' and U'�� buildinEs anfl ��"55���*    we[.    *S1C f��"0Wsi     *}Mt*'
,    ;,      shacks   hetween   Cunningham   Hard- 1474.11;  malt, $1,186.50, and    tobacco,
cial government for assistance in the ware company.s Btore and Hote!  Rus. J296.70; a total of .1,957.37.
construction   of  tiie   proposed  biidge. j sell. Following  are  the customs  returns
More   than   (his,   Assistant   Manager]    On lot 1, block G., shacks occupied'of the district for August:    Nanaimo,
Glover  said   the   B.   C   Electric  com-  as  Cllinese  laundry   hetween  Central  $5,536.88;   Union   Bay,  $8578;48;   Che-
hotel and blacksmith shop. jmainus, $26.41.20;  Ladysmith, $544.90;
company  had  their  eyes  on Ladner and
On lots 12, 13 and 14, C. hlock 11.
were preparing a scheme for adoption all buildings on these lots (3) at back
in  the  near  future.    It  is,  therefore,'of Cosmopolitan hotel.
Alberni, $1687.20; Port Alberni, $lii.r>2;
Cumberland, $:}">.<!;!; Courtenay, $51.iin.
Total, $10,441.30.
evident that there is determination on
all sides to carry out this proposed
new line with bridge connection to
Vancouver.
Xow the croakers have had    their
turn it is time, with this bold proposal
staring us in   the face, and the promise of its maturing, for the commercial interests of New Westminster to
net busy and prevent this city being "e'^-
given  the  go-by   in   favor of  Ladner!    On
and Vancouver.   Of course, our neighbors on tlie other side of the river are
entitled to have improved   means   of
transportation, and there is no reason
why they should not get it, but not
exactly in the direction now proposed.
All   their  traffic   can
quickly  conveyed    by
Westminster, just as easily in fact as i    ""  '"'
it    coul 1    he    across    the    proposed
OFFICIALS ARE   INDICTED.
Held
to
!    On  southeast corner   of lot 11, C.
block 11, small lean-to.
j    On lots 17, lg and 19, C. block 11,
small    shacks   at    back    of    Chinese
| stores facing Columbia street.
I    On lots 7, 8, 9, and 10, C. block 11,
��� shacks on al! those lots.
[    On lot 111, C   block 11, three small plaf,es responsibility for tbe
shacks lacing Columbia street. ;'. ���d    ,
|    On lot 1, C. block 2, small shack on'on   Ill)v
'iS nidu'Ow'mJW0 ��ki SlmCk,S a^: the'sheriff of Licking county and the
i. ...i o>  u. A. i.illeys ofiice on street poli(,e of X(,wark   a��� of w��om  have
since resigned or been deposed.
A  total  of    fifty-eight    indictments
. Mayor,  Police  and    Sheriff
Blame for  Lynching.
Newark, Ohio, Sept. 1.���In a report
:to.lay the Licking county grand  jury
ynchlng
Detective Carl Etherington
8 on the mayor of Newark,
Poplin Suiting
Extra weight, specially adaptable for Btylish tailored suits; measu es almosl fiftj li
comei  in a pretty collection of exclusive Bhades.   At, per yard	
Satin Anazon $1.25 yard
We have the exclusive sale for this cloth, it is in the broadcloth class, but Witho
lows for it to be made up either way. a thing Impossible with a faced cloth. Is hi
shadings.     Inspect   them. . ��,w^.. _���..���*-���.������.���������B.   ��� ...    y ���
Some Exclusive Novelties
and striped effects, arrived  yesterday, just   In  one Bult    length of eai
are displayed in this collection.   From, per yard 	
In twee 1
colorings
I range ot
..  $1.00 to $2.00
Imported Broad
In a rainbow collection of colors. We have bought extensively In the light shading
gowns, opera coats, etc., also In the staple and fashionable fall shadings. Call ani
we shall be pleased To show all our extensive selection.   Per yard	
i   rangi
 $1.75
For School Dresses
Some extra Bpeclal values iu medium weight goods suitable for children's  dresses   knoi
skirts.    In greys, navys. browns,    greens,    black    and    red.    A splendid   range   to ��� '������'������  Per
va,.d   _  20c and 35c
lot  5,   C.  block   8,   three   old
shacks at back of It. C. mills stables.
On lot   5,  C.   block   23,  three   old
buildings on the corner.
On west one-half of lot 21, C. block
23,  old  shack   facing   on   Carnarvon
| street.
On  lot  li),  C.  block 23,  old  shack
facing on Carnarvon street,
he   easily   and j    0n lot 14, block B. old building cor-
way   of   New j ner of Clarkson and Fourth streets.
C. block 15, old building
corner Clarkson and Fourth  streets.
,     . ,       . . On east one-half lot 7, C   hlock  7
bridge.    By this means both the Del-10ld  Chinese lat.nd
ta and Xew Westminster will   hen
ry facing  Columbia
street.
On lot 1, C. block 11, old shack next
to Royal City hotel.
,   . , On custom bouse square, shack on
nothing.   It Is a counter proposal of,Columbia street
this  kind  that  the  business
fit, whereas by the proposal now   under   consideration,  this  city   will   got
men    of
New Westminster must endeavor to
make practical, and that too without
any delay.
We urged in our issue of W dnei-
day last the urgent need for the business men of this city getting together
and calling u] on the council to at
once come to an amicable understanding with ihe li. C. Electric Railway
company in regard lo the Coquitla^i
dam difficulty. This Delia project and
the necessity for combatting it, great-
was returned by the grand jury in
the twenty-seven days of its sitting,
all in connection with the lynching.
Twenty-five charge tbe alleged rioters
with murder in the first degree,
twenty-seven persons are accused of
rioting, ten with assault and two with
perjury.
LYNE'S
New and Second Hand Store
(Late Alex Speck)
743 FRONT STREET
LAUNDRY WOI
All kinds of furniture bought
and sold, Have you Furniture to sell? See me or
ring up No. 275.
LAND   ACT.
as done by us gives the ut-
mOSt Satisfaction. Our equip-  New Westminster Land District.    Dis
1     L trict  of   New  Westminster.
And that a notice of this order be  ment IS modem.   Tne  Latest1    Take notice    that John    Ferdinand
published  in  both  local  papers for at'. . ,, Ha. .s. of Nelson    Island,    occupation
hast five days, and in default of the; Invention in & COllar and CUll  farmer,  intends  to apply  tor  permis-
owner, agent, lessee or occupier of the i-       1       1 .   n   *,  lslon ,n purchase the   following    de-
respective    premises   not    complying maCXline haS been   installed,  scribed lands:
with this order within such period of'pi.,,,,      EWmnwi/i     P -r-w*   t-  :    Commencing    at    a    post    planted
flve days, the said buildings and each I vlcan,     .LiCOnOmiC,     I rOmpt. | about    one    mile northeast   from the
,of them l)e pulled down and removed
by  the corporation at the cost of the
owner, in accordance with the provisions of said section 59, of "the municl-
| pal clauses act."
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  hall,   New   Westminster,  September 1, 1910,
White labor only employed
head of Hillings hay, and
'chains easterly from tbe
'corner of timher
Royal City Laundry
Phone 183
about In
southeast
ot number 37341,
thence north 40 chains, thence east
lu chains, thence south 111 chains.
tlience west 40 chains to poinl of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JOHN'  FERDINAND BAOOS.
Dated Annual 29, 1910,
At last a Positive Cure has been found (or
ASTHMA
in the Now Famous INDIAN HERB CURE
Manufactured and put up in Victoria, B. C, by J. F. Fitzpatrlck,
Address:    628 Hornby, Vancouver.    Phone R 4845.
Coming to  New Westminster Shortly���address  later.
This is one more proof of the efliicacy of the Asthma Cure,
what the  Victoria lady  has to say
L'S   i'M.
about the Asthma Cure,
112.1 North Park St.,
Victoria, B.C., October
.Mr. Fitzpatrlck. f ,n(]
I am writing this to let you know what a great rebel 1 Ha\e io
your asthma   cure.    I bave suffered  from asthma tor ten years,
have tried so many different remedies and have found  Q0""DB
have given me such great relief as your asthma   cure,   ana i>.
tlniuillv taking ll, 1 think I will find it a cure.
.MUS.
con-
MAY WITTV.
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JEWELRY
Our stock of jewelry li
complete ever shown in  Westmlnstei
, Gold, Silver  and  Gold   Plated  i    the
��� ',e convinced.
Call  and
Chamberlin's
Agents for the Howard, Ball, Longines am
Official time Inspector for O. P. Ry
THE
JEWELER
H.T.IIton Watches.
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A Choice Building Lot on corner Fourth
Avenue and Fourth Street, all cleared. Price
$1600.   Terms.
Two Cleared Lots on Pine Street, $1050
each, terms spread over 3 years.
Choice Acre facing Seventh Avenue and
backing on Hamilton Street. $2600, only $500
down.
PORT MANN
We have the Exclusive Sale of several tracts
of Acreage in the Port Mann townsite.
See Us For Prices and Terms
DWELLING HOUSES
See our list of Residences for Sale situated
in all parts of the city.   Terms Reasonable.
Oliver Typewriters, in, 12 and 15 inch car-
riages. Small Cash Payment of $5 per month.
Call in and see one.
WHITE, SHILES & CO., New Westminster Agents
',900**' FR1. AY. SEPTEMBER
2. 1910.
SPORTING NEWS
fiiiifiiiE    lmbsse Emm
FRENCHMEN'S CHALLENGE        IS MEETING T0NlGDT||
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II ANH    OFFICE ill   I JLlVJ&O ���
ions
Prove   Stumbling   Block-
nal8 will Challenpe Again
Ofii
and Leave Off All   Frills.
.,    Sept. 1.���The   Minto   Cup
,  daj  n fut ed    to   allow
;ia!s Will   Discuss  Proposed Trips
to Australia and Sweden and
Minto Cup   Referees.
r**^Br^sm_*FJiT*t*smtairt:m.VK.
An Important ese ��� itlve n - itlng of
the  Westminster Lai rosse club    wll]
I"- held al < Ighl o'i I       this evi
I. Rj all's offii e, w hi n se eral mat-
are to come   ip fi r
b 0f the Nationals for the
; ,   grounds that there
tin    conditions    stlpulati d ters "*' Important
[ruBtees required an  uttcon- discussion.   T i  t   will    Include   the
litforward challenge. ; iggested  trips  to Sweden and Aus-
[onats stipulated thai    one tralia, the selectii f officials foi the
','.' diosen from Eastern Can- Minto  Cup  matches agalnsl   the  Na,
'                ,   intimated   thai     they tlonals, the naming of suitahle dates
;!.,.   unless certain  dates and also possibly   In   a   few remarks
p, ii.  Ross, chairman will> reference to the latest  addition
,,  , wired the other mem- ������>   the
. board and    on    hearing tommy
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180'Acres on Scott Riad, close in,
Price $140.00 per acre. Adjoining
property is selling at $300 to $500
per acre.     This is a real money maker
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lacrosse     team,
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allowed  the  challenge.
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lint ns.
The dates suggei te l bj the Nai Ion-
als, September IT and 24, aro agree-
the Frenchmen ior they able to the locals, bul  there will  be
draughting    another some conversation with reference   to
II Wfn be Benl to P. D,  the appolntmenl  ol  referees,    A  ma-
Joi Ity ol the club members favor i wo
  western   men,   bul   there  are   others
,   mclle this dispatch with  'vl;" are  nol   averse to    Beelng    J i
, received bere yesterday  Lally In charge   of the   games    boll; ill le a puzzle which  ' tui e, as on   them expressed    it
,.j ; , ally, bul moi ��� In- yesterday "there would be even more
t 11   llis
��� .   i Was evidently nol
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FADER
NORTHERN  CROWN   BANK  BUILDING.
PHONE  295.
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ARTISTIC  MANTELS���STAIR   RAILINGS���ALL      KINDS      OF      WOODWORKING-DESIGNS     AND     ESTIMATES   SUPPLIED
Westminster Woodworking Co.
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J.  BROOKES,  Proprietor
WORKS���Corner   Eleventh  and C.rline.
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CANNOT
RECOMMEND RECIPiiOCITC
iWiTffi aawwagia
Advises  Granting   Preference  to
ada in  Return for Con-
Can-
cessions.
Li iiiion,   Sept, l    Tl e   Manchester
Guardian leai t.s tha^ the Royal Com-
lon on the subjeel of closer trade
between   Canada   and   the
v. ii li an eat tei n i efe a the field.'
��� WII1 probably come through satisfaction in he:,tin-.; the Frenchmen   Wesl  Indies in Its reporl  will       ���
��� today.
en e rrom the champions
��� ��� . ���   ��� ������ ids-
challenge    for
CURTISS RACES WITH
Minto FAST   MAIL   TRAIN
.    accept   dates sugj e I
[Impossible to rec mend any scheme
for reciprocity trade relations that
would embrace all the West Indian
colonies. >
Tbe commissioners also cons! ler &
er 17    and  24.    Truste,:,     Cleveland   Sept.  I.���Racing  with a uniform tariff out of the questlonand
hould be given." i   i Lake Shore mall train. Glen Cur- strongly   recommen l   thai   the   West
ned)       P.  D. ROSS, ths. the aviator, ti laj   drove his bi- Indies granl  reciprocal preference to
ty the  telegram  runs,   plane over water from  Cedar  Poinl  to'Canadian   products  ill   return   for  t'an-
evidenl  thai  there has been   Euclid  Beach, an air li Ustance of  ada's existing preference of 33% per
.- in transmission. There sixty miles, completing a 120-mile cent,
a period after "dates," round trip flight begun yesterday audi it is also recommended by ihe com-
i read thai the trustees establishing an unquestioned right mission thai the West Indies concede
i the challenge and not over the water flights. Encountering similar preference to the products
Thev have the power to contrary currents, Curtiss was unable from the United Kingdom and it Is
If the clubs do not agree, to maintain his speed, taking an hour strongly urged that better steamship
8 no powei- to accept tha'and   forty   minutes  time  of  flight.
te:l  by  one    club    before', 	
considered. Moreover the FOOTBALL  aftermath
I e telegram shows that, is   death   of  player
cept" does nol  apply    tot 	
,    Brantford,   Ont.,   Sept.    1.���Ernest
- telegram from P. D. Ross,  Savage, son of George Savage, farm-
to   II.   Ryall,   arrived   later  er, of llatchley. died  last night of ln-
��� .      :    .    reading    as    follows:   juries  received  while  playing  football
e suggestions for officials  In a game hetween llarley and Hatch-
.   Lecours, president of the ley teams at Morris Woods on Friday
>lontreal,  by  Saturday."       ; last.     The   game   was   very   rough,   a
 jkeen rivalry prevailing, and there was
AG'JER    EASIER    TO    HANDLE, considerable   ill-feeling   hetween   the
  players.     Savage   made   a   check   on
Actlon81 Charles Radford, a llarley player, who
While sweeping your enrpots
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal,'Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line. \- You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
COLUMBIA STREET
���--.z Star   Never   Guilty   of
Attributed to Tigers'  Mainstay.
���     Sept.    1.���"Ty"   Cobb    will
|gl with   Detroit   while   Davy
the  team."  was the glar-
L e   upon   a    telegram   fiom
��t ���:���.���, h  appeared   In   the   local
��� week.
���i   whv   Hans   Wagner  is
and telegraphic communications hetween the West Indies and Canada be
obtained.
The commission, states tlie newspapers .do not attach any importance to
tlie threats of American retaliation.
Tram Line Wanted
In Delta District
(Continued  from  Page One.)
had the ball, when he received his in-; had been opened during the day as to'
jury.    It   is thought  he  received  Rad- the great resources of the  Delta and.
ford's  kiiei?  in  the stomach,  causing he would do all In his power to assist
internal injuries. A young man named in  obtaining    better    communication'
Rohinson   was   also   badly   injured   in   with the city.
Reeve Ilutcherson said that the district would produce 15,000 tons of
hay this year, two-thirds of which
would go to Vancouver. Silting at
the table was a farmer whose oat crop
the  game,  hut  will  recover.
New   Training   Rules.
In  an   article  entitled  "Lessons  for
I-        ���   I  player the game has ever ;tlie   ..\thlete   in   the   Jeffries-Johnson
I .use he is so different In Battle,"  published In The New  York ] this vear was 144 bushels to the acre.
F !|l,:"   the   average   Btar,"  Medical   Journal.  Dr.  G.   Frank   Lyd- such facts as these should make Van-
|       ! a  veteran   Pittsburg  player, s!oI1  Chicago, criticizes   the   training couverites interested In securing bet-
| the Detroit team today.  methOdS employed  by  handlers of pu-|ter    transportation    hetween    Ladner
[ "  I"  *���   while   some   other ipilists   ilI1(1 declares that  all a fighter and the citv.    As matters now stood It
I i,!l" 'be limelight through   needa  in  preparation   for a   light   Is was possible to get better rates    on
en bases, a high batting j fighting. Rope-skipping, weight hand-'freight shipments from Victoria, fifty
a streak of Bensatlonal |llng j^ bandbal^ are a waste of time miles away, than Vancouver, only
f i leaves them all be-;an(j   energy.    He  says   that    Jeffries  thirteen miles distant, where was lo
cated the market the Delta    farmers
desired to reach. 11. A. Stone said
the trip would send the party home
with sufficient understanding of the
facts to cause them to urge at every
t se, he cannot keep thisjwaa whipped by his training before he
is age will tell In   time,Utepped  Into the   ring.     He   writes:
iw blm better than he ��xhe    Jeffries'    'grouch'    was   proof
ii Philadelphia  last   Friday  and eu0Ugh of his precarious physical con-
F' irday. dition.    I  may be 'crochety' and   old-
llls disposition and not his  la.|,ioned   and   without    authority   onlpoint  provision  of  better  connections
thai   l  started   to   talk matters of physical training, but I am with Ladner.
���  stars like to dictate and   gQjng  to  venture a word  or two just j     -p.     Ladner     said     all     the     Delta
(vantages nol  enjoyed  by  the U_e same.    The boxer is an athletic farmers    desired    was    a chance    to
J|"        lanl  members of   the team,Lpeciallst,   and   should  'stick to  his show to the world what they had   to
I       "a is   not   that   way,     1   will hast'  His first duly is to acquire sym- offer.   He had been living in the sec-
11 ���-������   i month's salary  that as longI nietfical physical development, to put  tlon for years and    the    connections
heen  with  Clarke  he  has eVery muscle in his body in the best with outside points were now worse
P '' ;:" urned to make a suggestion.|possible condition, and to bring it un-
W for hunting the scalp of a fellow j ^j _{B brain control. His muscle
I1-:- in  who is acquainted with fibre should he subject at all times to
*e big fellow would ever suspect Lis brain cell, i. e., to his will. Hav-
���B oi thai trick. Another commonMng accomplished this, he is ready for
I" the most successful and most training for contests. In his training
lauded players Is to Ignore the new-|let llim 8yci( to his fighting; let him
���comers Wagner is just the opposite, fight, fight, fight until it is time to
I :" la always ready with a word of rgst up before the battle. Most of the
jM-.i-e for ihe young recruit, as Jack training methods in vogue among pu-
If'm, Flynn, McKechnle, Klrb White giiiats are time and energy wasted,
pdtnanj others will gladly admit. nn(j the fighter has little of either to
. ������ igner differs from the usual run Bpare, his muscle, and his endurance
y ���- ln another way. 11 > shuns 0hiofly by the sort of action Involved
BlWIelty instead of seeking It. No!jn the forthcoming battle. Conditioned
pe ever ees him around the eorri-'in ti,|s way, a little fat, more or less,
1       a hotel, excepting at meal time, ]is nol R Berlous matter."
than they were thirty years ago.
Brief speeches were made hy A.
Davie, Dr. Wilson and others, who
emphasized the need of Vancouver
assisting in providing proper transportation facilities with a district
which would become absolutely necessary as a source of food supplies
when Aie city attained its full growth.
The failure of the city's market because of lack of support from the
farmers was mentioned and it was
thought that with direct communication with Ladner this condition might
be rectified,
WE HAVE IT
Dust Bane
Put up in cans in
powder form. Just
sprinkle a little on
the carpet absorbs
all dust and kills all
germs in the carpet
Highly recommended by the medical
faculty.
A sure prevention of
sickness and disease
B.C. Mills
Timber and  Trading   Co.
Manufacturers and Dealers in  All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, SASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY GLASS.
Royal City Planing Mills' Branch
Telephone   12 New Westminster Box  137
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
I ��nl no
one ever hears a word of com-
'll':' from hi,,,    1,  l8 [0r ,M   these
s 1 Insist   that  Wagner is still
e Peatesl  ball player, tor his ac-
, '[ ""��� lhe held and his policy of
i', ; his own business increase
yva - to a dub, giving him a high-
,    ' :    than sune of the   younger
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BASEBALL
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to Monday, September 12, 11110, for the erection and
completion of a Church Building on
Sixth avenue.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at the residence of Rev. F. S. Okell,
Twelfth street and Eighth avenue.
The lowest or any tender not neces-
sarllv accepted.
j. w. Mcdonald, Sec.
WED., SEP. 7
1   I
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is a great ball player, but no
I,,,.;";-'.! liin, tha.  his freuuen. dlf-  Vancoll.e
the       ^ team-mates do not iiurt;s ok.m���
Jetioli club, as a whole."
Northwestern League.
Thursday, September 1
At Spokane��� '
K.
DUCK
SEASON   OPEN.
sP��itsnien   Out  Yesterday   After
G.-ime���Too Early.
""'ng  season  for ducks aud
Batteries:      Miller    am
Claflin, Bender and Shea.
At Tacoma���
Seattle   	
Tacoma   	
Batteries:    Dickenson
II
7  12    2
S  12    E
Sugden;
R, II. E.
. . . . 2 8 2
. . . 6 li 2
ind   lleinen-
way
Schmuiz and Hlankenship.
STOLE TO FEED  HUNGRY.
��4vL?ened yesterday, but few took
He. ���ge "f the fact.    A few sports-
Sims i    ' W'��M on tlle    sU'^'    v-i,h
same _ '!'""' hand8> but *���������** ,1ilK o(
\, .". m��sl   cases  was missing.
practip",. "Illc ,,f tbe year there aro      ����  , ��� v
ti1[s    :'">. ""  Hacks   to  he  seen    in  Smith,  elevator boy  in  the Y.
Strict. Bnd    .i,������.,t,    ...���.���..,i.,n���   a    ��roa arraigned before Police Juage
M. C. A. Employee at Seattle Gets
Off Light Under Circumstances.
1,���When    Howard
M.  C.
WED., SEP. 7
Contractors and
House Builders
We liave a full   line   of   the   Best
Builders' Hardware in this City.
believe   we   can   save   you
ot   PAINTS   and   OILS
Before Building See Us, as we
Also Complete
money.
Stock
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   v.  $2.50 to $15.00
Rings with assorted stones as pearl   and  diamond,   pearl   and   ruby,
suitable for engagement rings, from $5.00 to $50.00
John B. Gray
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER.
Dominion   Trust   Block.
Columbia   St.
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Harry Tidy, Manager.
Seattle,    Sept.
open i"11'    though    officially
uuclt season will not really
for
"Clmi
a  month.
Al-
'' are some  deer In    the
ne hard to get and
-y ihov
tciiij:|e ,,    -   '"'' llal'H  to get and    a
them ve,...1.1".''11''8 who went out after
A., was an
Hrown yesterday on a_
larceny In stealing
pocket of Edward
The B8rterday have not yet returned
till Octohe"8?- Bea?on  dnes  not   openjfor Mrs. A
,,,7' _ and pheasant shooting
" forbidden fo
r the year.
:'alr  has  left   on   a
Arthur s
Kanagan country
harge of petit
from the coat
French,   ibe   boy
admitted  his guilt, but  al  the same
time  stated thai   he  bad Men the
money for the purpose ol buying food
II   Walton and hei   thui
little children In order to Keep    the
family  from  starving.    .Tudge  Brown
"need thai  under the pjeujjjlj
trip  pathetic condi. ions lie would,  most a
!suspended sentence ol sixty aays.
PIXLEY & LUDERS' MUSICAL MASTERPIECE
-THE-
Burgomaster
Why! The Idea.   Is It Possiple ?
GUS C. WEINBERG-Himself
The original Peter Stuyvesant, and the same Big Company of Favorites, including that Bewitching
Chorus of
KANGAROO GIRLS
Seats On Sale At Tidy's Florist Store.
Let Me
Quote
You Rates
It is safer to carry a policy that covers your live stock against
death from any cause than to take chances. You can never foretell
the time that you are going to lose considerable money by the death
of a valuable animal. Take out at a small cost a policy with the
British Empire Insurance Company, and let them take the risk.
This company is well known for  its  fair dealing  and  prompt adjustment of losses, which are most important points in insurance.
Call today for my rates and be convinced.
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
657 Columbia Street Phone 62
r.l Ill
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PAGE  SIX.
THE DUlLY NEWS.
FRIDAY, SEpTE,
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
BOARD    OF    TRADE���NEW   \\ K8T-
minster Board of Trade meets ;n t��e I
hoard  room. City  Hall, as  follows: i
Third Thursday   of   each    month;
quarterly     meeting     on   the     tnnd
Thursday of February, May, August
and  November, at u p.m.      Annual
meetings on the third Thursday ol I
February.    New   members   may   ho
proposed nnd elected at any month- :
ly or    quarterly    meeting.      C.  H. |
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
>
Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and  Sanltas; rnriTrrT   nOOT  ACpirC
house   painting,   kalsommlng,  paper UHL/ULijl   lUOI   UTI IbL
banging    and    decorating.      Sixth
--!^~1_ BUILDING IN WORLD
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WOKK.8,
Limited, Front street, New West
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery, i
Mill plants and specifications pre-
pared.
The
London    Post     Office    Will     Be
Completed    In    a
Few   Days.
PRINTERS.
(WESTMINSTER PXtESS FOR EVKKY I
kind of job printing.     Midget loose
leaf ledgvrs;   Cowle Carbon  Papers, i
Phone    56,    P.  O.    Box 142.      Old |
Dally  News Block, Sixth street.
FIRE   APPLIANCES.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. THE LAT-
est In lire Bghtlng apparatus.
R. Harris �� Co., Lavery block,
Columbia  street.    Phone  656.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
PIANO TUNING.
B. C.  MONUMENTAL WORKS, .IAS.
j    McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND I    Oolumbla street.  New Westminster
repaired by your local tuner, W. E. I
Martin,  Mus'.  Bac,  811  Dublin  St., I_
Phone L615.
LABOR AGENTS.
COAST LABOR AGENTSi MANA-
ger G. J. Sykes). 62 Powell street,
Vancouver. Phone ."57i>. Prompt
attention given to all orders for
male help. Ring us up. wire or
write if unable to visit us.
London, Aug. 31.���Tlie next few
days will witness the completion of
London's new General postofflce���the
fines! building of iis kind in the
world.
Uready one floor is occupied by
some Tihj lady clerks of the accountant general's department, and an
army of porters and postmen over 8,-
000 strong is merely waiting for the
word to march across from the old
G,  P,  It. aud take possession.
This new central ollice is not only
gigantic in proportion and palatial in
iis internal tiltings, but marks a
striking departure in government
buildings. Its construction has occupied live years, King Edward laying
the foundation stone in 1905, and it is
the llrst of our gie.it government
buildings to be carried out In ferro-
LVTTON���filT FRONT ST. Iconcrete, or. as It is sometimes call-
in:!.   Comfortable accomoda-le**. reinforced concrete.
REMARKABLE DECREASE OF
DRUNKENNESS IN ENGLAND
Interesting   Figures  Throw    Light   o
Social  Condition of the People In
Great    Britain.
Back   fro-n   The   Hague.
Southampton, Eng., Sept. I.���Sena,
tor Eiiini Hoot, who beaded the
American counsel In the Newfound
land Qsb��ries dispute before The
Hague ii.���nitration tribunal, and Mra
Root, called for New York on tha
Kaiso.- Wilhelm  Der Grosse.
Enfl����h Aviator, ,
Boston,   Sepl    ,     * *�����
Vhlte and   V  v n        '
and.   , )f't,   '   '
participate
aviation
V  V.
���
In    i ,
rived In this cli   ,.,,
iymrlc from ' i-
v'':" ��ii I
"1*110?
to [3
Li\
HOTELS.
KING'S HOTEL ��� COLUMBIA ST.
Phone 18. Newest and most up-to-
date in the city, Terms moderate.
First class cuisine.  J. Trachy, Prop.
HOTEL
Phone
tion.    Terms moderate
Watkins, proprietors.
.McLeod  &
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, HARRIS-
hers and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WADE. WHEALLER, McQUARRlE &
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors.
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and 8
Guichon block, corner Columbia and
McKenzie streets; Vancouver offices, WlUlams building, 41 Granville street. F. C. Wade, K. C;
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E.
Martin.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
H. J.  A.  BURNETT.
Accountant.      Tel.
Westminster Trust Block. jcertain    conditions    by    the    taiher
 I mother, sou. daughter, brother or sis
It. T.  PRINCE.  EXPERT ACCOUNT- ter of an intending homesteader.
Thames Mud and Chalk.
On the site formerly occupied by
Christ's hospital, there has sprung up
an all-in-one-piece building fashioned
out of Thames mud and chalk. Not a
single steel joist has heen used in
tlie entire construction.
Barge after barge from Rotliei hiilie
las landed at Blackfrlars the mud.
chalk, and gravel which dredgers have
scooped ii]) In the lower reaches of
Father Thames. This ballast has been
carted direct to King Edward street,
passed through a machine which sorts
Any available Dominion Lands with. it!'e stones into varying sizes, and
ln the railway bolt in British Colum- i lht'n turned into liquid concrete by
Lia, may be homesteaded by any per I another wonderful machine, wliich
eon who Is tho sole bead of a family mixes sand, cemeut, and stones to-
or any male over IS years of age, lOiSether at a rapid rate.
the  extent  of  one-quarter  section  of ' Saved    Space.
1(10 acres, more or less. T1)e magnitude of the work Is not
j easily grasped, but it involved a total
Entry must be  made personally at . cost  of   ��350,000,  wi,jcll   Illiiy  be ex.
tha   local  land  ofllce  for  the  district |plained  In some measure  by t
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
London,    Aug.   111.���Nothing   shows
more clearly the remarkable dlmlnu-|
tlon of drunkenness In  England and
Wales that followed the Increase of]
the price of whisky in April than figures reproduced below trom the blue
book on the licensing laws Issued on
Monday night.
Comparing the convictions for
drunkenness throughout 1908 with
those of 1909, we get the fol.owing
result:
Conviction, 1908       187,803
Convictions, 1909        168,518
Decrease1            L8.285
That is a decrease of practically
one-tenth��� 9.74 per cent. The official
figures for Scotland and Ireland, are
aa follows:
Hee.  Pet.
England        8.74
Scotland       19
Scottish Towns    ~7
Ireland           S
Bul in fourteen of the seventy-five
English county boroughs there were
Increases In convictions, notably Boo-
tle, 161, or 53 per cent; Warrington,
lat, or 47 ier cent; Dudely, 42, or 32
per cent; Norwich, 45, -ir 2-. per cent,
and Birmingham, 283, or ll per cent.
Middlesex had an increase of 257, or
8 per cent; and Lincolnshire. Cambridgeshire and parts of Wales were
other exceptions.
The convictions of women showed a
higher decrease than those of men,
aud there was a slight decrease in the
number of persons repeatedly convicted.
TREAT   CRIMINALS
AS   UNDESIRABLES
ANT AND AUDITOR���Agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce, Room 0, Westminster Trust block, city.
district
AUDITOR ANDijn wliic:lx the land Is situate.      Entry Itails in the following table
Ii  1.8.     Room, ;by  ptoxy may,  however, be made os      41,.   ;lcres of building  and  vards
.certain     conditions     by    the    taiher, I    ,s acres of block wood
35   acres   of
three coats.
paving
painting,   each
6TENCGRAPHY    &    TYPFWRITINO
The homesteader Is required to per
form the conditions connected therewith   uuder   one   ol    the   following
plans:
1:
(1) At least six months' residence
Cpon  and cultivation of the  land on
ach yeai  for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
CUSTOM      STENOGRAPH*      ANU !fath?r ls leased)   of the homesteader
work,   business lresIdeB l!',<,n a faril) in tl,e vlclnlt-v ��
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     221
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
Typewriting;
letters, etc.
phone L'.2.
copy
Coumbla
street.  Tele-
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real   Estate and   Insurance  Agents-
City,   farm   and   sunurban   property,
628 and 740 Columbia St.
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satistied by
such person residing with the lather
or mother.
TAILORS.
CALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS TAI-
loring. A new line of Spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing.   4t> Lorne street, years
i    (3) If the settler has his permanent |
residence upon   farming   land   owned
[by  blm  in the  vicinity  of  his home-
Stead, the requirements as to residence [
may   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal  mining  rights  may   b��
leased   for    a  period of    twenty-on^
at  an  asnual  rental  of  $1  p?i
000 cubic yards of excavation.
2'4  miles of tables Tor sorting, etc.
700 men employed daily on the
work.
2 acres of yard space for mail vans.
11,000 tons of cement used.
'I acres of asphalting.
15,000,000 labels for letter sorters'
shelves.
1,350,000 glazed tiles.
37,000 brass panels.
200   four-faced  synchronising clocks
13 lifts.
200 miles of electric cables.
3,000 tons of steel rods and bars.
20,000 cubic yards of concrete.
13 acres of floor space.
The fifteen million labels required
for the letter sorters' shelves Include
practically every known town and village In all the countries of the world.
By the use of ferro-concrete���the
liennebique    system    has    heen
Toronto. Sept. 1,���A new method of
e de- dealing with undesirables and with!
criminals wanted in the United States |
has been put into force as a result of i
the powers given to the officers of the |
with immigration department under the
new immigration act.
In the case of criminals wanted in
the States, instead of tlie tedious and
costly extradition proceedings the offenders will be merely handed over
to the immigration officers as undesirables who in  turn  will  hand them
over  to the police
United States.
authorities  iu  the
require  to  have  had  a  thickness   of
seven feet.
3,000   Dinners    Daily.
The kltchi ns at the top of the building rival those of the best clubs or
hotels for up-to-dateness. They will
permit of 3,000 dinners being prepared
each day. Every sorter is provided
with a locket-, and tho dining rooms
are mot'els of comfort. On the roof
itself it is proposed to pul up a Morris tube range to teach the civil serein- vice territorial how to shoot.
There   are   no   fewer    than    twelve
Suitsthatarethepro.
duction of the highest
planed designee an
that were tailored bv
the most expert work
men, from elegant
foreign and domestic
woolens,
There are no radical I
style changes this season,   but   there are
many improvements
in tailoring details
that make for hand-1
some garments.
HOUSE
OF
HODBCRLIN
LIMITED
*\*Km~~~a**S.
$15.00,
$25.00 to $351]
If you have already'
been casting about for
a suit, sir, we'll take
pleasure in showing
you what you have'
been missing by noil
coming here lirst.
��_3S5SS23B3BBKZa3KCl
~*J3_
Phone It 508.
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 34a Columbia street,
phone R278- The place where Ui*
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
LIVERY  STABLE.
KING LP 250 FOR HACKS ANU
smart turnout The FiSliion Stables.
acre. Not more thnn 2560 acre?
.hall be leased to one Individual of
company. A royalty at the rata ot
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the m*rchaatakl�� ooal mined.
fV. W. CORT.
Deputy of t!��e Mlalst*r of the Iaterter
N.It.���TTnnntk��rlae��(   ptibrtcatlea   ���'
this  \d?rrtlsememt will    not *e **e\*
60   YEARS'
XPERIENCB
FISH   AND   GAME.
IlKNSviN^^TYLdNO^Fl^H. FKII1T,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of MontreaL
FURNITURE
W.   i:.   fai.es,  the  furnituue
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undtnaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets,
Plione 176, night call 81.
ployed���finite 50,000 feet of space has
been saved, to say nothing of a very mammoth shoots for letters  :���.:,(* other
considerable economy  in   cost.      For special   features   of  const ruction    are
'��������� ���'���ni.-..,    ei.ht in,-!,   thick   retaining two    tunnels    under    King     Edward
suffice, where- street    twenty-flve    feet    below
The Store of Satisfaction
601 Columbia Street
walls in  the basement
as, had they been of brick, they would ground.
the
TR^r;c KTAHKS
Designs
Coi��vnic_T3 _c.
Anrr nf' "mfllnfr s ��ketr!i r,n . ttpterlptton moy
3ntc.il. jia.^rtRtn r,i;r oplDlOQ true TLcli.er ���n
Inveniif.n I* prcbnl,iy patentable. Commaulca.
tion����irlcUjroiiUi.cr.U.-.l. |-'ANDlOGIf on Patent!
lent free. T'Mom ftffon. 7 fof..-. urtuff patent*,
l'atn.'tij Liken tufop. ta Slut.:. .* lo. ico.tj
tptruu. -tnticA, wrlthhut etaaras, tn tha
We Have Obtained
The Agency For
FIT-REFORM
In New Westminster
CA3INET   MAKING.
O.    V.    LEWTHWAITE,     CABINET'
maker and upholsterer. 425 Clark-
sou stieet 1 behind Burr Jloutf).
Furniture mad,- and repaired. Mission furniture In lir and oak.
Scientific pt��1$8.
A handsomely Ulni trttoaweotiy, Lnrireft civ-
cniaUfin 'U aaymrii. ulfla lonmal, Torns f,:t
Canada, *.-..;:, a yt;��;, postage prepaid,   L���14 bj
��.-��:..:. or.ca. tjo tr BU Waibicat ,il l", c.
WOODWORKING.
V KS I MINSTER Wuum\ ukivi.nu
Co., hank, otlice and store htlings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, man ten
and d.-taii work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, pro
jiriitor. Works: Corner Klewnth
and ear line. P. O. box 251, fhone
473.
; i
The    Fall    Fairs.
The dates of the fall fairs through
the uprer country and coast have
been anno'inced as follows:
Nicola Valley, September 14.
Kamloops,   September    28,   2.     and
30.
'she
Vernon, September 16, lfi and 17.
Armstrong, September 22 and 23,
Kelcvna. September L'O and 21.
Salmon Arm, September 23 and LM.
Vancouver,  August  15  to  20  inclu-
������������      Victoria,   September
(o    Octo-
PAPER   HANGING  & DECORATING.   lj��r   i.
\ \J   E  represent the Founders in
T Canada of high grade, hand
tailored garments.
The new fall styles-made by the master tailors of the Dominion-are ready
for your approval.
We cordially invite you to call and
see the many elegant creations in
Fit-Reform Fall Suits and Overcoats.
ffl)Rij
-Co
^rA
relievo and cure Indigestion-acidity o< th�� stomach-biltouaneM-flatulenoc
EST^i.  T^ L6""1^u,h��s,omachby ~Ppl.tng the Mttre principle*
needed for the digestion of all kinds o< food.   Try on* after each meal.
50c. a box.    lf your druggist has not **Loo\~*<\ them y*.  Mnd us SOe
and we will mail you a box. ^
NMl^*i D���, aaA Cb��mc��l Comp.ar al C^a. Umhaat.      .      .     .
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster ,S|DAY, SEPTEMBER 2.
1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
,i%. CANADIAN PACIFIC
mU* test SS. Sailings
IPS  FROM   VANCOUVER
to   Victoria.
    Daily
".'.'.  Daily
TO   SEATTLE.
    Daily
Daily except Saturday
  Saturday
eamsh
III ll.lll.
1(0 -,. m.
I J'. 111.
TO   NANAIMO.
    Daily
"Jo UNION  AND   COMOX.
    Mondays
I     ''m* 'fiiur. days and Saturdays
TO  ALASKA.
,           Every Saturday
PT0 PRINCE   RUPERT.
m   |   , v Thursday and Sat.
n STEWART  (Portland Canal).
,.   Every Thursday
leaves Now  Westmln-
g ..',,',   Monday, Wednesday and
I    llliwacb  7 a.m.
��� >    and   Saturdays
pply to
ED GOULET,
, Westminster.
FOSTER,
i G   -   \. Vancouver,
New
'llington
ItSIL^    Regulating    vehicle
|TRAF. IC   ON   COLUMBIA   STREET.
I    All  persons using  Columbia street
0   *eMde traffic of any kind are re-
lueBted to keep to the lefl hand side
" far track while proceeding in
elthi r direct! m.
By order,
���I. A. RENNIE,
Acting City Clerk.
< Ity Hall, August 12. 1910.
W*s********_s_mm*********i
GETTING ACCURATE
'    IDEA Of CANADA
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Phone 105.      P. 0. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
I
The
Do you want to Increase your
b ��� h ������ s ?   Then Bee
AUNDER
FOR
I G  N
KjrjEffiaszKZiraiBBaEBEisiirci
"" ���1������ Trrni,  .im ,
Sl| ns of every description.
1;:.:..  bI : ������ laity,
324 Columbia Street. Phone 76G
Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid   Up
Reserves    	
.$5,000,000
.$5,900,000
The Bank has Branches In
Canada extending trom the At-
laQtlc to the Pacific; In Cuba
througboui tl e island; also In
Porto Rico, Bahamas, Xew Y'ork
and   London,  England.
Correspondents in all parts
"��� the Globe, thus affording
every Banking facility.
I- M.  RICHARDSON, Managfer
New Westminster Branch.
Member of Royal Horticultural Society Speaks of
Object of Trip.
ada  had elk and Africa  had elephants
that II was the exception and nol the
rule of the every day citizens to dis-
i cover them.
Among  other things  ho   Bpoke   of
| England's fighl  agalnsl   the Colorado
beti e, commonly known as tho i otal )
bug.
i lutslde of the museums," he
said, "the greatest difficulty would be
perienced In obtaining a specimen."
Vs Boon as the pes! was discovered
the fight began and the school children wen- supplied with Bugar repre
-.dilations of the bug and told what
they were tfi look out for. Pamphlets
went broadcast through the country
and some farmers' associations even
offered premiums to children tor all
the bugs broughl In. The result wai
Immediate and definite and the po
tain bug ceased to spread through the
English crop.
Westminster Opera
House
loving
Cedar, Fir and Hemlock
PlCllireS   First Class Air Dried Stock
1     ��ment Extraordinary
[L illins, the Record
: Miss Lillian War-
Ito.
If you want to build,
now is your time, tell us
your want;--, our price
will suit
A Trip
mpiating
��������� Orchestra���1000
in s.
.
B. C. Manufacturing Co.
Li        10c
Children 5c      Phone 173    Lulu Island
If so, you   ,vl i  wt nl the ver;   besl
tered foi your    i lonej
:    : ot matter what ela
n Is desin
THE ROYAL LINE
ants. Fli t, Se ond
Sm vice !
eslred
Tin are
Royal  George   Sept. 1
Royal Edward     Sept. 15
Royal George Sept. 29
Royal  Edward   Oct. 13
���   . ���   i   t C. P. R.., wlll hook
e via I ;:t.-se steamers, or
ton, general    agenl
��� I ick, Winnipeg, Man.
Calgary, Sept. 1��� S. B. Dicks, of the
Royal Horticultural society, of London, England, was in the city today,
registered at the Alherta, en route to
Vancouver,
Mr. liici<s is connected with Cooper.
Taber & company, the English seed
exporters, of London, His present'
trip through Canada is In connection
with the extension oi the hompany's
Interests through the dominion, and
where possible Mr. Dicks arranges
his travels for tlie day time that be
may gain an accurate conception of
the country which he traverses.
Mr. ilicks has done similar work in
mar pan.; of the empire and in
France and Switzerland. lie was at
Maf eking shortly after the Beige In
which Baden-Powell was distinguished. He is also well acquainted with
condil Ions In India, and has travele l
extensively in Australia ami the United States. This Ib Mr. Hicks' firstI breakfast. Theyarefari.hea.per than
vl   I  to the Canadian west. ordinary breakfast oats   the flavor
In  comparing   British  activities  in j is roally delicious,
the various colonies he Bpoke ol  the      tS#-jt   'X.tZ O 1
handicap encountered In southern iii-'    JOlS   JJC.   v&S.C*C
'"' Introducing a northern race     ,,,-���      ,  .  ..      ,  ... ,     _, ��� ���  ,
Into what  Is nol by nan,,-,,  a    .hiteLS*LP_SL*52 wtIals   B&K, l"
Manv ot  tho owho '  d on every sack for your protection. Serve for breakfast to-morrow.
B&K
EXTRA
CREAM
Rolled Oats
ALONE make a satisfying-, wholesome
man s  country'
immigrate to India or Africa do nol
eel  to i stabll !i a  home there. In
Canada,  however,  the condition!
permanent    home-making    are   more
popular.
Mr.   Dicks  likewise     pol e   of   the
widespread conception among certain
clai        that w hen I hi < thing was -
here Canadians, young an 1 old, made
a  grand  dash  for the  "hack  wood.
to thin out the holds fif c!k and mi
whi,!] roamed there.
"II is exacl ly the same with the
storie ol elephants In Africa." lie
said,   lie pointed out that while Can-
Most Economical.
No Hulls.
Mail Service
il. & v. "Stati  " da cept Sunday
Leave, 21:00; Arrive at 21:00.
ouver,     daily     excepl     Sunday,
Leave, Men, u-.oo, 16:00, 23:1 0; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00,  18:0 i.
Victoria, daily excepl  Sunday, Leave,
8:00, 11:00; Arrive at 8:30, 13:00.
B. & V. "States," daily except Sunday; Leave, 8:00; Arrive at B:15.
c. & V. East, dally; Leave. S:30,
IB: I".;  Arrive at 9:25, 22:30.
Sapperton, daily excepl Sunday;
Leave. 8:30, 15:45; Arrive at 9:25
and 21:00.
Fraser .Mills, daily except Sunday;
Leave 8:30; 15:46; Arrive at 9:25.
Coquitlam, daily except Sunday;
Leave 8:30;  Arrive at 13:00.
Central   Park,  dally  except  Sunday;
Leave, i L:00;  Arrive at 13:00.
Edmonds,    daily    except.    Sunday;
Leave.   11:00;   Arrive  at  14:00.
Easl Burnaby, daily excepl Sunday;
Leave, 11:00;   An Ive at  14:00.
Burquitlam, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 11:00; Arrive at 10:00.
Tlmberland, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave, 14:00; Ariive ai  10:00.
Strawberry Hill, Tuesday and Friday;
Leave,  1 1:00;   Arrive at  10:00.
South Westminster, Tuesday and Friday; Leave, 14:00; Arrive at l(>:00.
Ladner, daily except Sunday; Leave,
14:20'; Arrive al  10:00.
Tort Oulchon, daily except Sunday;
Leave) 11:20;  Arrive at L0:00.
Westham Island, daily excepl Sunday;  Leave, 14:20; Ariive at  10:00.
Sunbury, daily excepl Sunday; Leave,
1 1:20;   Arrive  at   10:00.
Annacis Island, Monday, Wednesday
and Friday; Leave, 14:20; Anlve
at  10:00,
Annleville, daily except Sunday;
Leave.  I 1:20;  Arrive at   10:00.
Woodwards, Tuesday. Thursday and
s iturday; Leave, 11:20; Arrive at
8:30 and 1.6:30.
II. & V. "Vancouver," daily except
Sunday; Leave, 14:20; Arrive at
11:00.
Cloverdale, daily except Sunday;
Leave, 11:50; Arrive al 11:00.
Porl Kells, daily excepl Sunday;
Lea1 e, 11:50;  Arrive al   11:50.
Clayton, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
and Saturday; Leave, 14:60; Arrive al 11:00.
Tynehead, Tuesday and Friday;
Le ive,  1 1:50;   Anive at  11:00.
Burnaby Lake, dally excepl  Sunday;
Leave, 113:00; Anive at 15:15.
I!. & S. "States,'- daily excepl Sunday;
I. ave, 15: 16; Anive at 15:15.
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The Remarkable Progress of the
AMALGAMATED DEVELOPMENT
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Have been unprecedented in the history of the
Oil Industry.
Full possession to all of this Company's immense
holdings was not completed until the 20th of June
-Just two months ago.
Since that date the Company has installed machinery for two flowing oil-wells; has commenced
and is already far advanced with the construction
of a Refinery on the ground ; and has shipped Nine
Miles of piping to convey the product of their Oil
wells to tide-water.
Can this record of progress for two months be
beaten ?
The present week will see the stockTof the
Amalgamated Development Co. quoted upon one
or more of the local Stock Exchanges. Watch the
RISE.
Price of Stock: One and
Two  Dollars per  Share
it a
mcc an 1
f
Currcy.Cxfcrd
ive 20 per cent.
bill.
Chancellor" :.'..- wn
Apply to:
Auld, Gwin
518 Hastings Street, West
& McClarty
Telephone 4327
here i i the finest steel range
made by the well l;r.������-.:;
Gurney - Oxford C impany.
Tl ere' no better to bo had
b thc c untry. Made in
mure styles ar.d sizes than
any steel range cn the market, with every late device
f r economy and convenience.
Material is the best to be
had, inside and out. With
or without "reservoir on
either end. Guard on ash
door. Braced oven bottom.
Drop door on warming closet. Divided oven flue, to
insure even baking. Broiler top. Thermometer on
oven door If desired. Made
for coal or wood. Besides
these special features���
Whe OXFORD 4
^ECONOMIZER*
will keep nor 'ire Iciatf t( !aw��it possible
cott for fuel, fcili sa��e it least 20 per cent.
of the coil ycu i aw tat and wiil lake ill
Cvokini (.-!��� n ap ihe chimney.
You'll Have moory  every <{.-���
ta ��� ��� (! .- ������    -'     '   nl.    And alw _j9 -   '
mora Batfstectory  rcaulu   from /oat
cooking.
Lot us deitwnatnfcte to ycu the
" K��onomij!< r," and the other Gtffney-
Oxfurd points nf superiority. See how
perfect ft good tsnn can \>*?. We w:li
taiho sh-ivr you other Gumev-Oxford
stoves and r mees for ftvery piirT>o��*and
lot i.r\v kind of fuel. 0:i d:splay on
our floor? all the time.
Gei kcq nain ted with th". host
known, best liked Itovet and ntnges in
all Ctnadi Knd do f| bow���for tbe gjod
jf your pocketbuok,
T. J. TRAPP & CO?
681   Columbia  Street.
"1
CHEAP HOME
6-Room House, between Queens
and Third Ave., close in. Price
$1575, if sold at once.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY-
McQuarrie Bros.
609  Columbia Street
The"New Westminster City Specialists
r
Easterbrook  Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per   bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bb>-
if   f\       ^   *     O   r       FLOUR AND FKUD  MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & lo.	
FRONT 8TREET. New Westminster. Telephone S33.
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t Weekday Schedule
1
!
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, G:20, 6:50, 7:20,
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. rn.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster nt- 5:50, fi:50, 7:20, 8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults.  Olte;   children  under 12,  35c.
Sunday Schedule���Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at 8
a. m. and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster "at 8 a. m., 9 a. m. and
every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Sunday Excursion Rates:  Return tare, 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster,for Vancouvei
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p.m. Fretght c.rs leave Vaucouver jfpr; WtiBtiiiinster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:80.
CITY   AND  SAPPERTOvN: LINE.     |
City Uto,lt-tr Line���SiMninHta seh'lcii.^baf 5:^0 a.m|to 11:20 p.m.
Slihday  Service���20-minute service from 8 a.m. toall:20 p.m.
Sapperton  Llnp-s-20-ininute  service from 6:10 a.m. U> 11:30 p.m.
:10a.m.tt 11136 p.m.
Sunday  Se^liJe��� 20-itiinhtf'iBe'rylgp fn
B.C. WtCTlUC " *
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PAGE EIGHT,
FRIDAY'SEPTEMBERi
If }rou buy your Ammunition from us, you
will have good results
We carry high grade,
reliable loaded shells.    -
GfflWr News=
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.Miss Ada He.irst, of N'.-iuaimo, who. The receipts at tho land registry
has heen spending some time in this office in August wore $407j).05, as
city,   the   guest   of   her   cousin,   J. against  $4041  In July, and $2320 for
Eagles,  left  for her home yesterday. August of last year.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
Oft on a wintry day
That to the house confines me.
My SNAP-SHOTS cast the glow
Of my holidays around me.
Take a KODAK and a few spools of
EASTMAN'S DEPENDABLE NON-
Cl'RLIXG FILMS with you and you
can enjoy every moment of this year's
vacation all over again at any time.
KODAKS from $10 up.
BROWNIES from $1 to $12.
See our special prizes for the Provincial Exhibition fhls fall.
We can explain your errors and will
be pleased to do so.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:    43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence, 72.
New   Westminster,    B.   C.
The Public
Supply Stores
Pot plants and fresh cut flowers
at Tidy's store.    Phone 184. *��
The remains of P. V. .Johnson, the
Canadian Northern contractor who
died suddenly at Harrison Hot
Springs on Wednesday, were taken to
Seattle for buiial yesterday.
The Central liwy stables, S.
Thompson, proprietor, has added
auto to ids equipment.   Phone 137
H.
no
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'Tri i;;
LLt��
Barrels of
Good Things
are what you see when you
visit our grocery store.
Choice brands of everything
is what we supply you and at
[���rices often charged for info: ior articles.
You'd Laugh
to know how much of good.
cheer could he charged up to
us. That's because what we
sell is guarantee!, both fresh
and pure and helps drive
away tlie. blues. Dyspepsia
don't linger long In any
household that re supply
with groceries. Good-bye,
come again.
Twelve or fourteen prisoners from
the provincial jail here will he taken
to Victoria today to make room for
the un reformed evil doers of this district. The jail was becoming overcrowded.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, plione Daries greenheuse,
H 20S. ���*
Rev. Canon Henderson and Miss
Henderson, of Hamilton, and E. Henderson, of Vancouver, paid a visit to
the city yesterday. E. Henderson Is
a one time resident of Westminster
and is the architect of some of the
buildings at Queens park. His father
had never been to the coast before.
Bargains in all lines at Fales', the
reliable furniture dealer. **
W. J. Burr leaves on Saturday for
Chilliwack. where he will enter the
employ of N, A. Webb, hardware
merchant. Mr. Burr was for a considerable time with the firm of Anderson & Lusby.
For a pleasant cool drink, try the
Ice Cream Sodas at The Royal Cafe. **
In the absence of Manager C. A.
Welsh, President F. J. Lynch will be
in charge of the lacrosse team at the
match in Vancouver on Monday.
We make fir and cedar doors nnd
windows; Walsh Sash and Door Factory.   Phone 413. *��
Fire broke out early yesterday
morning in the boiler house of the
B. C. Manufacturing company's plant
on Lulu Island. Tlie firemen from
halls No. 1 and 2 had some difficulty
in coping with the flames, as the
water supply on the island is limited,
and before they could get it under
control the boiler house was practically destroyed. The loss will not
be great and Is covered by insurance.
Vou can got porch columns and
balasters turned while you wait at
the Walsh Sash and Door factory.
Phone 4K). **
Thc districts exhibitions (September) number of tlie Westminster
| Courier will be on sale today in the
I market and at all the    book    stores.
price flve cents. This number is
[printed in two colors and contains
'illustrations of White Rock and other
places of interest. Advance notices
iand advertisements of man/ of the
| local fall fairs also appear in this la-
,��"? of the Westminster Colli ler wllich
Is (i most admirable otn). A provincial exhibition number is in preparation  and   will  contain   many   features
of merit and special value. ���*
Look into the show window of
Fales' furniture store today. **
A meeting of all those Interested in
football will be held tonight in the
Province office at eight o'clock.
District exhibition number, Westminster Courier, on sale today, five
cents. *��
The city has received permission
from the attorney-general to proceed
with the survey of the city, Work
will not bo commenced until the
council lias met again.
Port .Mann lots 66 by 130 feet; $50
cash, balance $10 per month without
interest, while they last. Vancouver
Financial Corporation. Ltd., room 4.
Merchants Bank building. J. A.
Motherwell,  manager. **
Davies greenhouse is the place to
jet bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone R 20&. **
F. J. Lynch, president of the Westminster lacrosse club and grand
master of the Order of Eagles, returned yesterday from the annual convention of the Eagles held tills year in
St. Louis. When seen by a News reporter, Mr. Lynch was in a hurry, but
he volunteered the information that
St. Louis was the hottest place on
earth. He said that he had lost ten
pounds owing to tlie heat of the
American city, but In spite of that
he looked all'right.
Port Mann lots 66 by 130 feet; $50 \ |
cash, balance $10 per month without
interest, while they last. Vancouver
Financial Corporation, Ltd., room 4,
Merchants Pank bull ling. J. A.
Motherwell,  manager. **
District exhibition number, Westminster Courier, on sale today, five
cents. **
The band concert given at  Queens
park last evening by the   city    hand
was enjoyed by a large audience. The i
weather  was   rather   chilly   and    the j
seats in the bleachers were damp, but'
the  music  was    thoroughly    enjoyed
nevertheless,
Take the round trip on the Fraser
river on Saturday. Steamer Transfer
leaves Hraekman-Ker's wharf at 2
p.m.   Return fare 50 cents. *���
THE NEW SECT 10
THE STORE WILL
OPENED IN
FEW DAYS
We have heen expecting to occupy the new section for several days past,    Unfora
ever, prevented us from occupying it as soon as we desired. Meanwhile the new goods are arrlvln
heing marked off in our stock rooms next week, and the entire showing will be ready i
*'"" delays,  ,]rjw.
and
I   ��� Inspection
The Dress Goods Have Been Placed On Display
Owing to thc many enquiries made for dress materials, so we announce our readiness to   serve
with all that  Is new in the dress goods section.    Here you will find new weaves Belected personal!
in the markets of France, Germany and  Kngland. .. ���
The following    returns    show    the
number of patients in the public hospital for the Insane during the month
,of August:     In  the  hospital  at    the
beginning  of  month,  402   males,   154 j
females;   admitted during the month.
125  males,   'i   females;   returned   from
I probation, 1 male;  discharged without J
I probation,    7  males,    1  female;    discharged on probation, 10 males, 1 female;   transferred to  Vernon,  B.C..  1
male;  discharged at expiry of probation, ti males, 5 females;  died, 1    female:  in hospital at the close of the
montli.   410   males.   157   females;   on
probation  at the close of the month,
48 males,    IS females;    total    under
treatment at the close of the montli,
458 males, 175 females.
Window frair.es made while you
wait at the Walsh Sash and Door Factory.   Plione 413. **
S. C. Dyke, Rhodes scholar for
Hritish Columbia, leaves Vancouvei
at three o'clock this afternoon for
his three year course at Oxford, England.
District exhibition number, Westminster Courier, on sale today, live
cents. **
The Daughters of Mary, of St.
Peter's cathedral, held a trolley party
to Vancouver last night.
Port' Mann lots 66 by 130 feet: $50
cash, balance $10 per month without
interest, while they last. Vancouver
Financial Corporation, Ltd., room 4,
Merchants Bank building. J. A.
Motherwell,  manager. **
Ask to see these new Poplinettes, Satin Duchesse, Biaritz Cloths,
Henriettas, Eolines, Two-tone Shot Silk and Wool Fabrics, Fancy
Crepons, Satin Stripe Voilles and Fancy Blacks in dozens of new
designs.
The New Serges are sure
to be Immensely Popular
Fashion reports say that serges and all materials with the diagonal weave are very much in demand. This season's showing in our
dress goods section contains a splendid assortment of Serges. French
Serges in navy, black, cream and colors; English Serges in navy,
black and cream, including the famous admiralty Serge and West of
England Serges.   All weights and  finishes are    here.      Prices,    per
������Sz to $3.75
Plain Broadcloths
Black and colored Broadcloths Jn a complete range of Bhades. The
sight colors are particularly attractive, nice shades vt sky. pearl,
grey, mauve, cream, cardinal, starlet, etc., suitable for evening cloaks,
etc..
Oriental Allover
Lace
50c   to   $175   Per  Yard.
Cream Ecru and white All-
over Laces In neat stripe
and conventional designs.
Exceptional vai ie n arks I Is
new Bbowing. Prices -A~-
26 to 75 per ci nt, less than
usual. Vou will do well ta
consider the advisability .:
securing a length suil e
for waist.
New  Barrethes   and
Fancy Combs
All    the   latesl   novel
necessary to attractive
dressing.    Spi
might  be  glvet        >     :.���
Barrettes and   Ribbon   Bar-
rettes  an I   Sets   Gn j  Si I
Combs and   Ba retti b,  To ���
ban ami Plain Pins, etc.   A
splendid   range   from  ��
to choose.
Ask to see   '' e   new T. ���
ban   Pad   kni ������-     as
"Queen's  Wi j   Plaits";
colors;  flne I b ?���>���
Are attracting a great di
STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE 475.
PORT MANN
You cannot find two better things than these
because better do not exist.
20 Acres adjoining townsite N.E. quarter section
25, $175 an acre, third cash.
35 Acres section 30 block 5 N.R.I, west, 10 chaTis
on Hjorth Road and 35 chains back. $575 an
acre, one quarter cash.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
608 Colvmbia St.
Telephone 466
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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 from First to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear
Price  .350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO, Ltd.     i
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S. COLLISTER &
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
Auction Sale
Wc have received instructions to
sell by public auction On the clty tna&
���tii
TO-DAY
FRIDAY, SEPT. 2, 1910
it 10 a.m., contents of a newly furnished house:
One Dorothy organ, three bedroom
���oiltes, one beautiful sideboard, one
���hina cabinet, one large plate glass
nirror, six chairs, five tables, pic
ures, one sewing machine, three
beds springs and mattresses, all good
iS new; and other articles too numer-
>tis to mention.
Goods on view this morning al the
city  market.
Joseph Travers
Auctioneer
Walker Block, Columbia St., City,
Chocolates!
A Fresh Supply
of Webb's Just
Arrived.
{��* .
T. A. MUIR It CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Beant  Block���Four  Doors ..East
���f  Bank of Montreal.
~ 1 i 3 I    I 3 I
iiiiiiilinliiiliiiiiiilil  ll I
Uiai
our i
tudefl"
The Westminster Modern Business Sciwj
610 Columbia Sireet. A. L. BoucEt, Principal
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
GIVE   US     A     TRIAL
CANADIAN   PACIFIC  BA
ILVVAY
OonntnolU Sunday, AJJ^ cii
train for Kootenay. St. 1 m^  ot
cago w
1��:25
rill  leave at U'-M
1 ihe
' 111���
of
IO.'. 5- _ ,..    Mood,   ^t
Passe... ers for Po ' f d #*���
Barnet can leave at 1��.����m Oou'f-
at Port Moody at JS-'-
agent.
Try a "WANT" ad !���
It will Hing Wi��H��
Tha
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