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MG 2d 1910
Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
V0LU5
ME :,, NUMBER  l",
T3fWlWRITERS
Standard   Make  $"   "~2r   Month.
V"1TE, SHI!   h & CO.
NEW   WEST
STER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, Ii. C, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST HT. 1910.
I     SE FIVE CENTS.
ii
EIGHTEEN MEN
ARE BURIED HERE"
i jj0ughly Pencilled Card Tells
Tale of Forest Fire Tragedy Near St. Joe.
STEAMER TURNS TITLE
WHEN IN MID OCEAN
o.
26.-
-Eighteen    lire
under    Forest
Spokane, Aug
jghteis wl"' served
Ranger Lee llollln. shead are hurled
i t pitman's cabin, twelve miles from
Pile* Ranch In the St. Joe district. All
timt Identifies the men ls a roughly
oDled card hearing the inscription
en aro hurled  here."
Scandinavians   nnd
penc
"Eighteen tne
Then'     wen
Americana In the party.
There were twenty-six men nt the
cabin under the Immediate supervision
ol Ed. Maloney. Maloney, W. Corbltt,
�� H Kendall, a man named Allen,
Tom Long and Peter Pentllton
escaped.
Ti,e Dltman Cabin is about three
tbosuant) feel up the inountain in the
gig Creek distrlcl and was surrounded on three sides by dense forests.
To tlie north was u plateau that had
l>een burned clear. The men that
escaped from the camp found refuge
here until the fire had passed.
"Early Saturday morning," sitid
Corbltt, "we noticed that there were
several small tires around us. Every
time we looked around the fire seemed
to have started ln a new place. Pretty
soon the cat,In began to hum. aud
the trees and brush all around it. 1
jumped Into the ravine and made my
escape.
"When Pendleton jumped Into the
creek bed .'ill his clothing hud heen
burned off except hla underwear and
),.-  -lines.
"We could not get back to the cabin
until we burled the dead.
"Ten of the men were found in a
hollow jusi south of the cabin. The
nen had gone there thinking they
would linil water, hut the place was
dry,
"The bodies of two Swedes brought
he . , . . found lying across each
other, fare to face.
Oni  man had stayed in the cabin;
;. '     was    h-ft  of     him     was    hack
bone.
"Five todies were found on a little
fiat north of the cabin.    A body was
found righl at the edge of the clear-
the hands clutching a fallen log."
Passengers    and    Crew    of    Harvest
Queen   Rescued   After   Terrible
Suffering in Small  Boats.
Bremen, Germany, Aug. 26.���News
that the steamer Harvest Queen turned turtle In mid-ocean was brought to
port today by the uner Koenigen
Louise. All the passengers and members of the crew are safe, having hi en
picked up off. the Azoie* hy the
Louise, which landed them here today.
Lookouts on the Louise sighted
small boats tossing in the heavy seas
off Fayal. The steamer lay to, dropping her cutlers to the water.
On reaching the small craft the
resellers found some of the passengers
huddled together, while five members
of the crew took turns guiding the
boat and watching for passing vessels.
Several of the party were delirious
from exposure und lack of water.
Some of the other boats from the
Harvest Queen had already landed after undergoing great hardships. These
were also picked up and brought to
Bremen.
"SQUASH    DISEASE."
WELCOMING  QUEEN'S  OWN.
British Army   Prepares tc.   Give  Cana
dians Wholehearted Greeting.
London, Aug. 26.���The army is
looking forward with the keenest In
teres! to the arrival of the Queen's
Own rifles of Toronto. Kvery pre
paratloc is heing mud' for their reception at Ituslunoor Green. The first
division will take them over Monday
and Held 'raining will go on uninterruptedly till September 13.
Probably some civil entertainment
will lip offered In London. The government Ib making special arrango-
ment6 for the regiment to visit the
Tower of London an 1 King George
*lll probably Inspect It at Buckingham palace.
Complainant Against Sweetheart  Had
"Too   Much   Watermelon."
Baltimore, Aug. 26.���"Squash dis
hyer case, Squire," said Auntie Miller
to Justice Stanley at the southern police station when Charles Heed (colored) was arraigned on the charge of
striking her daughter, Ethel Miller.
The girl failed to show up at the hearing, but her mother.came instead.
"Where is your daughter, Auntie?"
asked   the  Justice.
" 'Deed, Squire, she's home in hed.
She's heen eatin' watermelon, and
she's got awful bad cramps and can't
come out  dis  mornin""
"And you don't wish to prosecute
Reed for striking your daughter?"
"No, Bah; just squash de whole
case." answere 1  Auntie.
Reed pleaded guilty, but said he
only struck his "gal" because she
wanted to eat  up all the watermelon.
"Well." said the Justice, "I don't
know ahout watermelons, hut the law
doesn't say anything ahout 'squashing' this case so I will tine you $1
and  costs."
WINNIPEG UNION MEN
LEAVE INTERNATIONAL
TWENTY-BUSHEL   CROP.
Farmers In Portage la Prairie District
Are Now Cheerful.
Portage la Pralrto, Aug. 26.���Ideal
threshing weather la what the farmers
of the Portage plains are now securing
and In les. than two weeks of this
kind of weather they will lmve their
Wnrk completed. In every direction
husy threshing outfits dot the farms.
Mil the work Is heing pushed rapidly.
Throe or four threshers, who have
<ione eno igh work alrea ly to get an
ldea ol the yield, state that the
average will be around twenty bushels
'" the acre, in places the yield has
WW as hl| h as thlrtv-tive hushels and
tl!e wheal is a good quality. This
;1 ( may   be  deduced    a    little
*wn the complete returns nre In. but
" ls ni ��� expected that the reduction
y'll be verv material and the total
���"'"���ite wlll run close to twenty
bushels,
waged hopeless contest.
��nver Man in Bath Costume Attack-
ed by Swarm of Bees.
hath111"'   A"K-     -fi~ Removing   bis
n robe and placing one foot In the
"" water that filled llis bath tub yes-
":'>' ,,:- Chapln    Card,    a    Denver
"lag man, was suddenly electrified
Ucall 8er'Pa of Bfiarp pains In    pine
Al',,y every portion of his anatomy.
u��' same time a loud buzzing filled
room,   Then followed turmoil.
cameit 0C0uI)ant8 of the bouse who
found p   lnvestlSat6  the  disturbance
hls'mi 'ilnl ln tlle costume of a pre
wet ,!_/ftn'ior   Vi,lnl>'   swinging    a
bate-    '    Wel and waging despernte
had
��holer  -
Bricklayers and Masons Forming  Provincial Association���Strike Will
Probably End on Monday.
Winnipeg, Aug. 26.���The sti ike
situation took on a new aspect today
when the builders' exchange met a
committee of bricklayers and masons,
who are dissatisfied with tho present
situation. At the conference lt was
resolved to organize a new local, to
he affiliated with the Canadian or
National organization. Tlie masters
are taking strong objection to being
at the mercy of a foreign body. The
agreement given by the masters Is to
pay sixty-five cents per hour, with
time and a half after nine hours and
double pay for all Sunday labor, with
an eight-hour day on Saturday, The
agreement calls for payment ln currency every week, the foreman to get
at least five cents more and to be a
member of the union. No strike is
to be declared until an arbitration
hoard of three union and three exchange members has considered the
dispute.
The agreement was signed hy representatives of the bricklayers and
masons' National No. l.. Manitoba,
Which is In course of organization It
is expected to resume work on Monday, and the agreement was signed for
three years.
d waging despernte
iwarin of 1
hath  room
ie window screen.
against a swarm of bees thai
'nvaded the bath  room  through
HomT��   HaVC   AeHal    Fleet>
Italy wi/!!8,  2,;���K'arly   nevf  yea,
Which i e an aerl��1 flee'- fo'
PtOnrlafi T ment has vo,e(1 "n n'v
MrlgtbiBK "' ?:!'n,)0.000- Twenty-foui
M durln "00ns are t0 be Construct*
winter ?8 lho com,ng autumn and
Ult���. LY!!? �� on th0 P,ttn of **���** *-*���
Ma,U(, "nry al,-shlp. and twelve of
inched t n' TUe a,r8hips wlll be
"fecial'. P:,ch ar��y eorpa, ahd b
forced.      pa   of  aeronauts   wlll   be
DIED   OF   STARVATION
WITH    HOARD   OF   $?,800
Purls, Aug. 26.���An ol.! beggar woman named lieseanips, died n few days
ago of starvation. She was buried
by the Assistance PubUque, and her
neighbors subscribed to buy a wreath.
After the funeral the miserable room
occupied by the old woman In the
Hue Villn was entered and when the
hed was moved preparatory to disinfection���for the room was In a disgusting state���a number of gold coins
rolled to the floor.
Then It wns found that the old
woman who for years bad scraped out
a miserable existence by begging and
a small allowance from the public as-
slstnnce, hud a lit'le fortune of about
$2,800. Such eases nre Btrlkingly frequent in France.
B. C. Men V.-n tup.
Roekcllffe. Ont.   Aug. 2fi.-The Brit-
i,h r_itiT.bl* ifa-.- tortsy won the Tendon Merchants' cup, oren to provincial
teams. 	
Next Congress In Canadi.
tional Geographical ��mgreM has concluded its sessions. The next meeting
wlll be held ia Canada in 1913.
GOVERNMENT WILL NOT i BOARDS OT TRADE
DISTURB THE ELEMENTS
MAY CONSOLIDATE
Request to Discharge Heavy Secretaries of Fraser Valley
Artillery   For Production
of Rain is Refused.
Portland, Ore., Aug. 26.���Late
day General Maus. telephoned to
Associated   Press
to-
the
Organizations
Get Together.
asked    to
An effort will lie made to have tho
different hoards of trade of the Fraser
v     ,     ,;   .   ,      ,    ,f,om , Vanco,n'er'I liver valley, consolidate and work to
wasn.,  that  he  had   received  a  men-'
sage from the war department declining tbe request to dlscnarge the heavy
artillery of the district of Columbia
Wi an effort to produce rain. The dis
charge of all the gieat guns of the de
partmenl at once would entail an expenditure of Jl'i.iou, according to experts.
The war department is moving and
gether to attract settlers to this patt
of the country. Tne idea ls not new,
but It Is now taking definite form and
ln the course of a few weeks there
will probably he a meeting here of
the representative men of the district
to take the matter in hand,
'lhe following is a letter which the
providing troops to flgnt forest fires in secretary of the local board of trade
various parts of the Pacific northwest, Ib sending to the secretaries of all
It is willing to go to this expense to the different hoaids ot trade und pub-
assist in extinguishing the fires, but ' Uclty organizations ln the Fraser va.1
the assistance rendered must he of ajley:
kind that is practical beyond ali ques- I    "It seems to me that tlie time has
tion.   The firing of heavy guns in an j now arrived when active steps should
attempt  to  produce  rain  is  not 'considered practical.
be taken by all residents of the
Fraser valley, to make known their
advantages as widely as possible for
mutual advantage.
"I beg, therefoie, that you will lay
the following points before your council, ut as early a date as possible, and
SHANTUNG   GOVERNOR
LOPPING   OFF   HEADS
Tokyo, Aug. 2(1.���Governor Sun Pao-
ehi, of Shantung, has taken such vig-,
orous measures in the suppression of let me 1:now l�� the>' ale prepared to
incipient troubles at Lai-yaung, that! recommend to your board to join
he has brought down upon himself the ! bands witli me in a systematic and
inger of the gentry of the province,  comprehensive action In    advertising,
who propose to ask one of the cen
sors to denounce him for unnecessary cruelty.
t is reported that, in addition to
the decapitation of six men, over 500
people were injuread by raids of the
soldiers whom the governor sent to
suppress disorder.
rise provincial assembly is also discussing what action lt should take In
the matter.
TOURISTS'    SMOKES.
ln improving our roads, organizing
schemes for a reasonable profit on
our prod ace especially fruit; developing a combined system for mutual support, u.id bringing the members of the
various hoards into personal touch, so
that they can from time to time meet
an., deal with Important factors, commercial or otherwise.
"lf these scheme for close business
association meets approval, I would
suggest the formation of a 'Xew Westminster and Fraser Valley Development Federation' with- president, vice-
president and as many local secretar-
Forty Cigars  and  Hundred  Cigarettes   tes as can    he obtained-,    with    such
May   Be   Admitted   Fre:. membership as shall be decide! upon
Ottawa. Aug. :V>.���Tourists entering! j.t   a   conference  to   lie   held   in  this
Canada   have   frequently   complained j .:i',y early  next  montli.
that they have been compelled to pay)     'Time is the essence of this sugges-
duty  upon cigars or cigarettes which I :ton,   if  the   various   localities  are  to
they were carrying for their own con-1 avail themselves of the opportunity to
sumption.    Tl;ese protests have eventually produced the publication of an
order to collectors of customs twl.ic'
of course, includes   travelling inspectors),   that   forty  cigars  or  less  and
one   hundred    cigarettes   or   lesi;    in
open package found in the baggage of,
a   traveler   not  being   a    resident    0f,Chica9? Teams  Make
Canada,   may   he   admitted   free   of
duty.
POPULATION OF STATES      STILL I: tEfUL
IS CLOSE TO 91,000,000
Census   Returns   Will   Show   Gains  in
Past Ten Years to Be Less
Than Expected.
Washington,   Aug.   26.���Completion
of the present census will show a
population ln the United States of between 1)0,000,000 and 91,000,000, according to the first official statement
made by Director B. D. Durand, of the
census bureau, published today. Adding to this the probable population
of the Philippines doubtless wiil give
a total of 100,000,000.
Although lt was hoped that the
United States proper would reach
this total, calculations are far enough
advanced now to predict with certainty tbat the number will he smaller,
"The net gain from Immlgi ation,"
said Durand, "during the last ten
years has not been as large as might
be supposed. For example, immigration from 1901 to 1907 into the United
States was only 6,219,000 in round
numbers. Fully 1,227,000 of these i eo-
ple returned to the country from
which they came, leaving a total increase in population from immigration
during these years of only 4,21)2 000.
So it can be seen that about 41 per
cent, of all immigrants in these years
added nothing to the total population."
)    -2
OE MING RANGERS
Halm's Party of Fire Fighters May Not Have Perished in Idaho Forests.
WOMAN
GIRDLES   GLOBE
IN   AN   AUTOMOBILE
Xew York. Aug. 2o.���Mrs. Harriet
Clark Fisher, of Trenton, who left this
clty July 19, 1909, for a tour of the
world in an automobile, has Just re-
turne.l to New York In the same car.
She aud her party. Including a
nephew. Harold Fisher Brooks, a maid
and a man servant, were all In good
health, and the car was in excellent
condition, after the 1. ,000-mile journey.
The ear was rret at Tarrytown by a
reoention committee In a dozen automobiles and escorted to the city, After
a short rest here Mrs. Fisher went on
to her home in Trenton.
Spokane, Aug. 2fi.���Forest Ranger
Joseph B. Halm, who ls believed by-
Supervisor Weigle and Head Ranger
Debltt to have perished with fifteen
men in the mountains ut the headwaters of the St. Joe river. Idaho, hail
a large force at the beginning of hla
expedition, but sent, seventy men out
because of lack of provisions.
Still Has Hopes.
Chief Forester F. A. Silco, of Mls^
Boula, who arrived at Wallace to lay,
still hopes that Halm will be saved.
Ile has sent Forester Roscoe Haines
to find Halm. Haines took three men
and went ahead and a pack of twenty
horses and a trail cutting crew will
follow.
Supervisor Fenn reported that conditions on the Clearwater and Salmon
rivers are much better. "It is impos-
ible," said Forester Silcox today, "to
give any estimate of the area of the
timber burned or its value. After the
rains crews will be sent to estimate
the losses by townships and the
forestry bureau will tabulate the
losses and extent of the burned districts." u
Many Emergency Men Dead.
Halm is the only college man reported dead thus far. Guards Stewart
and Robinson, identified at Avery,
were men of the regular establishment, but nearly all of the dead were
emergency men. sent out by employment agencies in the cities.
Stories told by survivors indicate
that lf the employees had he^n under
discipline and had obeyed orders the
loss of life would have been inucl*
less.
Saved   Lives  with   Rifle.
One ranger kept his men from
stampeding by threatening them witli
a iil'le. Near Avery twenty men,
warned to flee for tlieir lives, started
''own the mountain till they found a
The  world  girdlers  took    a  steam'
ship here   for  Kngland.  spent   three j clearing, went into camp and pe:ished.
months in Europe, then went, to India. I    On Setser   creek   me   twenty-four
disseminate information abroad which
vlll influence settlers for the coming
��� ear."
LACROSSE AT NIGHT.
of
SITUATION IRREGULAR.
Trade    Rsports    Not   Favorable   from
all  Quarters.
New  York,    Aug.    26.���Bradstreet's ! over  one
a Success
Game by Artificial Light.
Chicago. Aug. 211.���C. A. Comiskey's
recently installed lights received their
first real tryout at the American
league grounds last nrght when the
Illinois Athletic club and Calumet
lacrosse teams battled for over two
hours iu a fast match In the glare of
million    candle  power  of
tomorrow will say: House trade continues to expand at leading markets,
food crop advices are more favorable,
iron and steel trade reports display a
better undertone, the movement of
wheat Is heavy, but the general situation remains rather irregular in that
current trade reports the country over
are not uniformly favoiable.
light, which constituted a portion of
the light plant that will give Chicago
night baseball la the near future. The
plant prove.1 itself equal to the occasion. The Illinois Athletic club woi
the game 11 to 10, but this fact was
lost to view In the confusion resulting
from  the  pronounced  success of the
men who hied had been warned to-
leave, but they were comfortable in
camp and declined to move.
Suicided to Escape Cremation.
On Setser creek also one man who
disobeyed orders was obliged to shoot
'I16 I himself to escate cremation, whre his
tiie eighty-nine obedient comrades were
only singed. The forest service did
not employ the thirteen men killed at
the Big Fork of the Coeur d'Alene,
and these men should be stricken
from the list of the service's dead. On
PfilirilT Tfl rirfIT rinrflthe other hand Ranger Hollingshead,
0UllU.ll    II)  MUlll   Until  m the St   Joe district, lost eighteen.
not fourteen as it first reportel.
Describes Violent Deaths.
A homesteader at St. Joe to lay described the death of twelve men, mostly foreigners, on Big creek. These
were not foresters. On the north side
of the St. Joe river the area burned
over is fifteen miles ln width and
thirty miles long. On the south side
of the St. Joe river the fires are very-
serious and extensive.
China and Japan, tlience by boat to
San Francisco an.l across the continent home.
Counsel  in Crippen Case.
London.  Aug.  IM.���Counsel  for
crown and for the    defence    in
Crippen  case  have been   selected
NATIONAL GUAfiDS ARE
Governor  Hay,  of  Washington   State
to Be Asked for Help���Fires Bad
in Blue Mountains.
Walla Walla, Aug. 26.���According to
Assistant Unzer, of the local ofiice
Governor Hays  will  be askei tomor-
the
i light plant and that the ground lights
Business failures in the Unite 1-were curtailed aad only half the r��w W ���ts-il Company K, of
States for tho week ending August 26 'power was ln use. At bo time during | Washington National guard, to assist
were 235, against 222 last week, 201 the eighty minutes of play did tho In fighting forest fires in Looking
in the same week of 1909. Falluies ln ! players find it bard to follow the ball Glass canyon near^ LoMgate.jn^ the
Canada for week ending with Thurs-jand the game proved as fast and   as   Blue  mountains.     "     ��
A  hea'vy   wind    is
The    Missing erews.
Missoula, Mont., Aug. 2G��� Th? missing include the following:
Ranger Hollingshead's crew on Big;
creek, twenty-three men.
Ranger Thenon's crew    at    Indian
day last numbered 35, compared with
2G last week and 33 in the same week
last year.
Interesting as If it had been played in driving the flames and the situation lake   thirty-four men,
- i .���        ......l.ll_ ...w.n.liwi        an. ar...        ���.iT-li-illl3 OMt ll .... /.        , _    _ 1.
JUDGE REFUSED TO
BAN   MOVING   PICTURES
Montreal, Aug. 26.�����Acting on Instructions from the attorney general
of   the    province,   Crown    Prosecutor
broad daylight.      No    complaint was  la rapidly growing more serious, with
heard from the players and with   the  fames lesn than two miles from the
roof lights covered    the    contestants  settlement at Lollgate
were In no wav bothered by the force      Another gang of fighters was sent
to the mountains today,  but as    the
of the lamps.
At the Setser creek camps, five men.
Ranger Halm's crew, sixteen men.
The discrepancy ln the number ot
men in Halm's crew which has been
reported from  Wallace to  consist of"
pass within a few moments, tlie men
New Rowing Cup. dared not venture within fighting dis-
Wlnnl. eg, Aug. 2fi.���13. L. Drewry, tance for fear of being caught.
an old standby of the Winnipeg Row- I People who have been in camp near
Walsh today applied for warrants [ ing club, has offered a new challenge Lollgate lune fed to the valley, where
against those who had exhibited pic- cup to be competed for nt the annual , dense smoke now smarts the eyes and
tures of the Jeffries Johnson light., fall regatta on the Red river. The j burns the lungs.
Judge Lanctot, to whom the applica- generous offer has heen accepted, and j No word bus been received today
tlon was made, refused It. declaring \ R has been decided to institute a new j from Forester J. M. Sclimftz. who is
that no case could bo made out.  No i race for shell fours.    The regatta will  endeavoring  to  control  the  fire  near
wind veered to all points of the com-lBeventJ. men an(j which, according tattle records of the district office, is.
only composed of sixteen, can be explained through the fact that the
original party consisted of seventy,
but after   starting   out    many    weres
further action will likely be taken so.be hell on Saturday,    September   10,
that the pictures may be exhibited.      iand St. Paul,   Kenora,    Duluth,   Fort
 ��� ! William and Port Arthur, members of
the association, and Minneapolis have
been invited to compete.
Elgin, Oregon.
PLANS   AT   ADMIRALTY.
GOLF CLUB.
ACROSS GOLDEN GATE.
Enthusiasts   to   Organize   Association
Next  Week.
Next Wednesday
board of trade office
in-1
Try Risky Flight. terested in the formation of the New E01L
San Francisco. Aug.  26.���Ivy Bald- Westminster Golf club.   Some of   the
transferred and some discharged, reducing the number of the party to sixteen.
The Missing Men.
The district office Is still hopeful
that the Halm party is safe. The
party Is made up of the following individuals: Ranger Joseph B. Halm,.
William Rogers, Joseph Barnes, John.
Miller, James Bates, Lewis Walhekn.
Oscar    Hendrlckson.    A.    Sundstrom,
Fred
Kidd, J.
Cart-
Mtm\r . uscar     nenuricttson.    /v.     duiius
���Avpnin^    in    tliA'John Boillnsltl, James Whalen,
���e at the citv 1 all I utz- Charles Cronln- William Kit
Zt,t %\.fLT.\0. Little, Fred Mills and T. J.
Tenderers     for     Canadian   Battleship
See Design in London.
Ottawa, Aug. 26.���It is learned that
the plans of the British war vessels   United States Military Aeronaut Will  there will be a meeting of tliose
from which the ships which will   constitute the Canadian navy will be con- t
structed will not be sent  to Canada,  win. nn  aeronaut, wbo  was formerly ��� old golfers of the city nave taken the
Representatives   of    Canadian    firms  In  the balloon service of tho United i matter up and think that a flourishing
who decide to tender will have an op-1 States army, announces that he willlclub can be established here.    Every   Quebec   Theatre   Man  Arrested   and
portunity of viewing the plans at   the [attempt to fly In nn aeroplane across'l0ue  Inteiested  is  urgently  requested I xe8t Case Will Be Made,
admiralty. ] the Golden Onte, the entrance to San ^ to come to the meeting on Wednesday |    Quebec,   Aug.   26.���Mr.   L'Heureux.
It is expected that It will be a mat- Francisco harbor. ,as the form of organization will    be the mana'ger of the Olympic theatre.
FIGHT   PICTURES   SHOWN.
ter of two or three months at least
before It wlll be possible to let the
contract.
The machine Is one of his own con-1 discussed and the foundations of the  nas j,een arrested by order of the at-
st.rucMon, In which he has made trial  club will be laid. torney general,  for giving an exhlbt
London, Aug. 2'!.���The
cruiser Nlobe will be paid ot at
Davenport on September 5 and re-
commissioned the following day nre-
paratory to her departure for Halifax
Piter A flrst cldsfl.petty officer one
of the best shots at Sheerness, joins
her as gunner's mate.
flights.    The aviator plnns    to    start
from  the  heights above  Fort  Hiker.
Canadian ion f'e north side, and to land at the
Presidio.
Heavy Freight CollfoJe.
Jefferson  City. Mo., Aug. 26.���Five
men  were  killed nnd  one badlv    In
iured'When two heavy freight trains
the Southern Pacific on the   river
Tore   Down   St*rs   and   Stripes.
Toronto, Aug. 26.���A   special   co-n-
ml'tee of the  Argonaut Rowing club
this   morning  suspended   two  of  the
club members for nn Insult offerel to
a visiting American boat.    The yacht
Whltewln.     from  Buffalo,  came  Into
port on Sunday, flying the stars nnd
striped.   The owner snld thev had lost
the  Union  Jack  at   Port    Dnlbou?le.
on tne .ouuiriii i........ "- .������    -----   When the ynchttr.en  wero ashore et
ronte  collided   head  on   near  Black   lunch two bora belomtrln.  to the club
water   about siXty-flve miles west   of A swam out and lowered and tore up the
Besides being composed of locnl tlon of moving pictures representing
men the new club will probably pro- the Jeffries-Johnson prize fight. The
vide a golf course for many of the preliminary Investigation will take
residents of Vancouver. Woi i has j piace in the police court next Tuea-
been received from there that In the dayi but the exhibitions will uot be In-
event of tne Westminster golfers b >- j terrupted, but will continue till to-
ing enabled to secure a suitable and I morrow night,    it Is a test casa. Th��
convenient grounds, the Vancouver
enthusiasts would be pleased to assist.
The meeting Is called to: eight o'clock.
here, today.
flag.
Canada Is earnest.
Londpn, Aug. 26.���The Army and
Navy Chronicle says: "Canada alma
at training her own personnel. This
ls very good. Mistakes wlll surely
be made, but Cana-Ja Is ln earnest and
wlll ultimately build up a navy that
will count."
police court will decide If the provincial authorities have the power to stop-
the exhibition of these pictures in
the Province of Quebec.
Famous Philosopher Dead:
Chocoru, N. H., Aug. 26.���Professor
William James, of Harvard university,
one of America's foremost philosophers, died today at his iinimer home
here. Although be had been Ul for
soa^e time bia death was unexpected
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY. AUGUST
CJassified Advertisements jREAL   ESTATE
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WANTED.
., .\.\ , I I AN} LIGHT WORK FOR I
a tew i ou daily, bj English ludj. ]
A] j ly  Mrs. \. ixey,    32U    Colun	
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WANTED���TWO Ul; THREE FURN-
islie.i looms tor ligni houseHeepiug.
Apply Box :: l this ofl Ice,
CARPENTER    WANTS    WORK    BY
daj 01 contract, Apply Box L9, Daily
liELl . IKS  '.. A N I ED,
can Boiler Works.
AiVl.Y     VUL-
ROOM AXD BOARD WANTED BY
young man, above Fourth avenue,
.lose to Sixth street. Terms musl
be . oderate. Reply to 20, News
offlci .
HALE BROS. & KENNEDY, LTD.
Over  Merchants  Gank, Cor. Columbia
and Begbie Sts.
New Westminster, B. C.        Phone 335
WE Have the following choice prop-
erties, mostly on or n< ar B. ('. Electric Railway, and all bul lasl two in
lisl wil bin com) arath i Ij short dis-
tance of Canadian Northern termi-t
nus, opposite New Westminster I
city.
TWO and a half acres-cn  B. C. Elec-
trl ��� car line, near Scott road, Sou:h
Westminster.     Price,   *.:. :    $800
cash;   6,   12,   and   18   nionlhs,   at   7
per cent.
BLUEBEARD'S CASTLE
POUND IN PRANCE
Ruins of the Ancient Brittany Structure Identified
as Original.
GTVJS7WW .���"'-"      7~~v
'^���ar.��� fff**, nf. *T**V*rTm"7 ?-_-��'.-'--~T""~ -.jmM
BLOCK of 17 lots, 132xf>3, half mile
from tram line, South Westminster,
A bargain al only $1,51 0; $500 cash,
ii ami 12 months, al 7 11 r c< nt.
TWO five acie lots across road from
Kennedj Station, B. C. Electric Ry.
Scotl Road. Price $300 per acre, '-.
cash, 6 and 12 n onths, .-,t 7 pi r rent.
WANTED���DINING      ROOM      GIRL.
Appl5    King's   hole!.
GEM    EMAN      AND      DAUGHTER
v ..' : a t'.. o or   i bree   room   suite
: .    hie    tor    llghl     I iekeeplng.
PI   ni    .  .  James   W.  Conner,  carelACRE  and  one-tenth  in  Burnaby, on
l.(., s' Limiti .. Noi i'i A rm Road, near Geo. Mea
new resident e, jui tside citj limits, ' o nei. ''it ti ������������!.���;aj cut off under con trui tion. Price $3,000;
51 000 cash, 6, 12 and 18 m tths, at
7 per cent.
NEW   Modern    residence,   beautifully
United,       I      ered  In       t      i
s     ���   tn es,   near   Port   I
C.   P.    R.    station.      Price    .."
..   0 cash, balam i   lo ai ranj e at 7
i er .    .'.
HAlJ^BROrrSNNEDY, LTD.
'     ���.  Westminster. B. C.      Phone 335
APPRENTICES     IVANTED,     APPLY
Mt   i e's millinery parlors,    o) i
post office.
WANTED      I.V      Wi KING      M \ v
id boa ���
eet. Ri [>ly K., Ni ivs
-1I    e.
WAN I   I   RENT  FOR   WINTER
five      'ir      six
fin nl hed house. be cl     i   fo
ble   by
��� .
irtlculan    to B
e.
School re-opens on Monday
next. You will more than
likely require a new suit for
your boy.   It will be worth
*j %j
your while .to see the nice assortment we have got.
Boys' Heavy and
weed  Suits,  $ 3
to
mm
$9
F CO., LTD.
ii, in
; or small 1
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Head  Office        -       451  Columbia  St.
New  Westminster,  E.  C.
- iff ice     -     -     Kamloops, B.C
i���FIVE OH l :.:
ed; close PORT MANN DISTRICT
'-   : '���    ; ���   ; -   : ' ''s  "' '������''���       'LOT  57,  cf  subdivision   B,  of  section
" " ��� .  I' ���, ,..���.-   2     est,
IGHT A      rCIIMA?
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engineering   paj ers  t e-
���   :   -   .. .    ter Mill
i .   :  land.
^	
tS       :     i SMART    i'OUNG WO-
man.   Apply Ro; til Citj  Dye Woi ks,
1 ' .  . ��� i   t '.
W A X T E D ��� HO r S E I' E E PING
roon s for man ied couple. Apply
B is A.A., this off'
containing one and
��� ��� i I    i
anci    :;-     I   ��� I ������     ancl     el
months  al     "t    ; er  cenl.    li
(205-A t
FIFTY  ACRZS   in  township  9. fronting < ���; i   over Valley i    d, i
to t.'. o railroads.   Price $90 per   ci
Ti rms o\ er flve years. 6-A. I
Smart and classy little suits
thev are.   The value is there
_
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SIXTY ACRES in section 30, township
 ���     8, prairie land.   Price $125 rer a   ��� :
A LARGE UNFURNISHED SUNNY one-third rash, balance one and
room, walking distance, with phone1 two years, (204-A.)
in  house,    wanted    by    gentleman.	
prlt e :   P. o. Box 852
WANTED���A CARPENTER. WALSH
Sash &  Door factory.
WANTED���COTTPLE, NO FAMILY,
desire house to rent; 6 or 7 rooms,
unfurnished: West End preferred.
Entry by September 1. Reply to
Bos  li. News oflire.
WANTED���A GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework and plain cooking. Apply  125  Third  avenue.
FOR  SALE.
FURNITURE FOU SALK AND
house to rent. 217 Keary street,
Sapperton,
FOR SALE���FOUR SPIT PUPPIES,
Lytton hotel dining room.
FOR SALE���AT ONCE, TWO LOTS
on Westminster road; ahout 180
(feet to another road; for $700; quar-
... ter cash. Herbert Gay, Windsor
hotel,   after   6   o'clock.
ROOMS   TO   RENT.
THIRTY  ACRES in  section  36, block
5 north, range 1 west, twenty acres)
cleared, with new house and barn;
good  water.    Price $270 per    a re.
Terms     over     elghtei n     months.
(177, \.
SURREY
160 ACRES on the Scott road within!
six    miles    of    New  Westminster,
Price $85 per acre;  one-third cash, I
balance  six,  twelve    and    ei.h'een |
months.    Investigate this.    I208-A.)
80  ACRES  in  section  25, township 2,'
$160 per acre;  $4200 cash, balance
over two years. H41- \ 1 '
  i
10  ACRES   in  northwest    quarter    of;
section  19, township    2.    $2011    per
acre; one-third rash, balance six and i
twelve months at 7  per    cent,    in- j
forest. (201-A.) ;
FIVE  ACRES  in section  18, township,
8, on  N'ewton  road.    $150 per acre
Terms over two years. (01-A.) i
Through our branch    office    at    Kam-i
loops we have received some of the
best fruit lands in that vicinity. Call
and get particulars. ,
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for 20th Century Clothing and Christie
and Stetson Hats
Columbia Street New Westminster, B. C.
1
S323QKSSB C2��2CTS�� 3 CBB ��
.FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT WITH  THE PEOPLE'S TRUST CO., LTD
board,  in   private   family,  on   Fifth Frank r   rnnu   r..���   m,���,���...
avenue,   near   Vancouver   car   line.   u    1���. C- C����k' G. "' Mana9er-
Apply Box C. C. O, Daily News.
FURNISHED BED ROOMS TO RENT,
apply 713 Trew street.
TO LET���FURNISHED ROOMS. AP-
ply upstairs Trapp block, corner
Columbia street  and Clarkson.
ROOM TO RENT���A comfortable furnished bedroom suitable for two
gentlemen.   Apply at 23.1 sth St.
TO     RENT ���  FURNISHED     BED	
rooms.     70S   Third   avenue.     Apply   FORTY ac
Head  Office 451   Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Branch Office     -     -      Kamloops, B.C.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.    Phone 655.
FIFTY-SEVEN acres on the Yale road
in section 26; price $12,ri per acre;
one-third cash, balance one and two
years.
GRAND  TRUNK   SYSTEM
NEW   TWIN   SCREW   STEAMSHIPS
"Prince Rupert" and "Prince George"
*"*%.. -:.'.      3,500   Tons���320   Feet   Long���18' \   Knots
Lenves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) MONDAYS and FRIDAYS
at  11:30  P.M. for  PRINCE   RUPERT   and   STEWART.
Monday steamer connects at Prince Rupert with S.S. "PRINCE
ALBERT"   for  Skidegate,  Jedway, Collinson  Hay, etc.
Friday steamer connects at Prince Rupert with S. S. "PRINCE
ALBERT" for  Kincolith, Naas Bay, Masset, etc.
Leaves Vancouver (Johnston's Wharf) WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS   at   2   P.M.   for   VICTORIA  and   SEATTLE.
Solid wide vestihulp trains of coaches and sleeping cars between
Chicago, Detroit, London, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, New York Toronto,  Montreal, Portland.  Boston, etc.
Longest double track route under one management on the American Continent.
For rates, time tables, booklets, and full Information, passenger
or freight, apply to
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial  Agent.    H.  G.  SMITH, City  Pass.  Agent.
533 Granville Street, Vancouver.    Phone 7100.
GENERAL   AGENCY,  TRANSATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   LINES.
Some rental kable dl t\ i , lea hat e
just I een ma le In tbe ruins of the
uncienl castle of Machecoul, In Brll
tar,, u 11 ii���'i oni e b1 longi d to Gilles
de Rale, who ha.s bi n I lontlfled as
i he oi Iglnal  ol   Bl iei eard,
in  duni ������ ns   beneulh    ihe   ; roun i
', in re   the   ca I le   st I.   \,.,\ e    be< n
found bones of children, some chained to the walls and otln rs    show lng
Igi . boen   evei ed from the
body dui In life 'i he e i umain we e
foun I in i ae dungeon alter another.
Indlcatln ��� thai hideous atn i Itles had
been corumll ted on i n t not mon ������ ���
u| on 11 i dn a. Undoubte llj children
nere i lie \ Icl In ol tin real
beard ai t hi : manj v. \\es, as the
old nuiserj  tale has it.
Glllc    ,'���    i . i  vi
m  a, n baron and a i    n hai of Fi anee
llantly v. ll h Joan ol
to drive I      Ei        i from 1
no '      ���   bli ���   ', i i   >
oi  la', r life,        la
tion   I !
it  tin    vv hob    ��� ' :   ���
���
Ipped ��� Thi
hie     i ��� l
I :
,   :
nnhindi
er ol
���
I > e t r 1 e d
;
���   had been
ered      e I     But
���
bo thi ���.    bin
���   ;   blood   . nd In his cagerni
icure I,   as   the
������ i ��� .;  , ���   ���   thing
i castle of Machi
coul   and
���   itlng to made
plain   ' hai   Gllles        i      ed   many    a
chil I to hi    eagerm      for i
Bul   Btran    ...   ei   ��� - .:i    I  ere    c
mietl pal riol Ism   mlxi d   with
gri   i desire ft r     ild     I Ie heai 1
of .loan of Arc, the Mai l ol Oi leai   .
he ha stem I to ��� < ���   her, and rei
. to his cast le to raise a corp   ol  mi
for her army.    Bul  be needed a
aoney for arms, monej   for i
and he used all he could lay band    in
He fougbl  side by Bide with Joan ol
��� An- al di leans, al  Blots and In a any
of her greal   halt!' s.    ">'o one fought
more   valiantly   than    Gllles    In    the
e ol i irleans.   Bul when the Mail
ol   I irleans  was slain   11130)   al   the
Btake Gllles  became a  changed  man.
'��� Ail   at   once   be  Bough)   nothing   bul
gold,   tO   make   up   for   his   enormous
losses  in   the war.    Whether   In   hla
!casiles of Machecoul, of Tlffaugus and
of Chamtlce, he labored with the ne
'���romancers in  his laboratoi les.
3uiuui ouppiies
AND   EVERYTHING
YOU NEED
  AT.
I MOREY'S
665���Columbia  Street 665
fcs
New Westminster, B.C.
BEE-ITS?
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Man if
r' |'-"V, ]    ~T:*"T
NEW  V B C|
Telephone R 11
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HOME    RULE   FOR   SCOTLAND.
Movement
is     Steidily     Gaining     In
Strength.
c\.,y
A   GOOD     FRIEND    AL:. I   ;
If  j ou  deposit ; ney I
Bafety In Tin k of Toiuni
It  wiil  be
It. and 11
and .
All The Time
i ai nlng for you thn    ;
lilt' PBSt.      I :���'   6UIC3
may  he depo Iti .1 t I anj
80   BRANCHES
In   Ontario.   Quebec   and  ih*
Wi   '
CAPITAL
REST    ...
$4,000,000
. 4,750,000
Bank of Toronto
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   0.
BRANCH
J. Oracey, Mgr,
ufter ii p, m. or between 9 a. m. and
r, p. m. al Koom 14, 623 Columbia
stieot.
kPRIVATB      BOARDING      HOUSE���
First elass hoard. Newly furnished
���rooms. All homo cooking. Terms
"i'ery reasonable, at 513 Amies street.
TO RENT ���NICELY FURNISHED
room suitable for two. Handy to
business section. Apply 129 Tenth
stieet.
res on the S. W. \,\ section
36 on the Johnson road; price $100
Iter aero.
TO  RENT.
FOR RENT���A the room house with
out ImildiriMs; double lot; good location;   near   Vancouver   tram   in
THIRTY acres on the Coast Meridian
road; price $160 per acre; one-quarter cash, balance six, twelve and
ei. hteen months.
FIVE acres in section 25, block 5, R. 2
W.: price $600 per acre; one-third
cash,     balance   six     and     twelve
months.
W. S. ROSE
Merchants Bank Building.    Phone 655.
West   End.    Possession  Sept.  1. Ap-   NOTICE     REGULATING     VEHICLE
ply to Home, Daily News otliee.
MOTOR LAUNCH FOR HIRE,
Phone 335, or at boat, Eighth street
���slip.
TRAFFIC ON COLUMBIA STREET.
TO LET���THE BASEMENT AND
store in the K. P. block; suitable
for stoic rooms, skating rink, or
moving pictures, etc., etc. For particulars apply to John Forrester
-Bee. K. P. Trustees, 517 St. George
Btreet,  City.
LOST.
LOST���LA DIKS' SILVER WATCH
with _old chain, be:ween tram office and Third streel. Suitahle reward for returning same to Daily
.News ofllce.
All persons using Columbia street
Tor vehicle traffic of any kind are requested to keep to the left hand side
of the car track while proceeding In
either direction.
By order,
J. A. RENNIE.
Acting City Clerk.
Cily Hall, August 12. 1910.
Odor lumber for sale cheap. We
have on bund a small quantity of
rough cellar, ono Inch, ono and. a half
inch, and two inches thick. Just right
for drainage work. We wlll give a
great bargntn on this lumber. Walsh
Rash and Door factory. Phone 413. **
READ THIS
Do you want a lot in the centre
of the city.   The old Clute Home,
corner of Third Ave. and Seventh
Street, is now on the market ; the
price is $1000 per lot and upwards
and will be sold on good terms.
As the beautiful house is now on
our new street, we will give it to
the purchaser of any two lots for the
small sum of $1000. lt now rents
for $35,00 a month.
Don't forget, we will give you good
terms.
P. Peebles,
620 COLUMBIA ST.
PHONE 307
The movement In lavor of home
rule of Scotland with regard to its
purely local affairs Is steadily gaining
strength. The ScottUh National Committee, which ls composed of a number of the leading Scottish M. P.s, has
issued a striking manifesto In which
it says:
The settlement of the constitutional
question will offer an opportunity for
reorganizing parliamentary buslm'ss
on a basis of devolution. Ireland's
claim to self-government It not likely
to be overlooked; that of Scotland Is,
in Its own way, no less urgent.
A policy of devolution for Scottish
affairs Involves a break with the antiquated procedure of two centuries.
This procedure was Imposed upon
us at the union, when Scotland was
practically delivered Into the hands of
bureaucracy.
Scotland Is frequently legislated for
as an afterthought. Clauses dealing
with her affairs are unexpectedly tacked on to hills intended to denl with
purely English questions. Such Scottish legislation as Is Introduced Is Initialed by the permanent officials of
the different boards, is prepared in
London, and becomes a government
bill befoie Scottish members have
had a chance of discussing their views
before those responsible for its Introduction. This has been the fate of
Scotland under all governments. The
problem before us is to devise some
system of representative control over
Scottish affairs in Scotland, a principle which, lf applied to tho different
parts of the United Kingdom, would
provide for a true expression of its
own affairs, leaving the imperial parliament free to transact the business
of the empire.
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largest and most modern, Accommodation equal to any cro��
lng the Atlantic.
For Rates and Tickets Apply to
E. G O U L E T,
C. P. R. Passenger Station
NEW WESTMINSTER
A.  GUNN
CABINETMAKING.
Furniture Made to Any DeslSn-
Furniture Repnired,
Woodwork of All Kinds.
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in
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Signs of every description.
Glass signs a specialty.
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EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your  Chickens  Lay.
Central Meat Market
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Corner  Eighth  St. and Fiftn ��
PHONE 370.
For all Mndfl of
JOB   PRINTING
Phone 695
or leave order,   at
The  Arrow Pf88
""��� e- "��� D��:"��vi.��*
near The Dally News CO.,
Street.
Try   a  "WANT
It will bring results
- ad in THe ^ saTURDAY. AUGUST 27, 1910.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
"AUGUST 26, 1910.
ToiMontreal Sent,0n Approval
nk or Montreal  to.^,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, .fl
ESTABLISHED 1817. I j ,,     .  ,
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$14,400,000.00
11,000,000.00
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Cli'cago and Spokane,
City.    A   general
transacted.    Let-
available   with
parts of    the
and
,     .;���,.    business
\.y fc-edit Issued,
feints in    -
i*'01'1'1'      Bank l>jr��rtiiient���Deposits
. ^f in suit! "���   -���  und upward,
iT.nterest allowei at 3 per cent, per
H ���,   piesent  rate).
I""""  i  Lseis  over   $186,000,000.00
Total Assi ^ ^	
BRANCH,
Manager.
nEVV WESTMINSTER
G. D. BRYMNER
Westminster
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Residence  Phone  133
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Heating  and  Plumbing
111 Jobbing   Promptly   Attended
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Ts
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���' P-m. on Fridays. The omission of
any church notice from this column
Indicates tluit no copy has been turned
in by the pastor or other responsible
.arty.)
Society
LaGrange   Worthing ton   came
down from Pitt Lake on Thursday.
�����    *
Mr.   Charles   \V.    Homer,   of   Hazelton, is visiting relatives In town.
; | present ami enjoyed a pleasant after-
C iio.iii wiili worn and chat. Miss
>  Scouler left oa Tues lay lor her home
I in Winnipeg.
*   *   ��
Mr. P. i'.. Glover, of Vancouver, an.l
Mr. Frank Barnard, of Victoria, motored over from Vancouver on Thursday.
VENK1ME WREAKED
ON RICH LAXUOHXlitS
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I1* Laughlin Mfg. Co.^j
M��,ettio Bit- .
Detroit, ttiai,
Lettering
1014
and   Top   Repairing.
Sixth   Avenue.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Waters Tor Ladl.-s from |12/5
up.
Silver Watches,    gents'    open face
116.00.
silver Watches, gents' opvn case,
117.50 up.
Apent for Walthnm and Klgln
| Watfh.-s.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two Iiooig from Geo. Adams' Grocery
WALSH SASH
& DOOR CO.
W. B. Walsh      W. IC. Walsh, Jr.
Factory, 226 14th St.
New
Westminster,
Phone 413.
B.C.
We
doors,
make  a
steamed
specialty
and kiln
of   fir
dried.
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PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINB6
'iti,  to 25 H.  P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local  Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
8t.,   New  Westminster.
Tenth
FOR CHILLIWACK
And  Upriver  Landings
The N'w Sterriv
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
'.'.:t Townsend S'. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
Cases accepted. Terms from
Iin weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
Sunday,  August ?8.
HOLY TRINITY ��� Uev. G. C.
d'liasum, rector. Celebration of Holy
Communion    at   8    a.    m.;    Matins,
Litany and sermon at 11 a.m.; Suu-
day scliool at 2:30 p.m.; evensong an.l
sermon at 7 p.m.
ST. PAUL'S RKFORMSD EPISCOPAL���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Ber-
vk�� ut 11 a.m. and 7:',i<i p.m. Uely
Communion lirst Sunday in the ��ioati
after moraing sorvio*. Pray��r malting on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Morn-
lng, "David's Sin"; evening, "How to
Achieve Greatness."
QUEbl.VS AVEN'UK HBTHOUIST���
Uev. C. W. Hrown. B.D., pastor Ser-
vics at 11 a.m. nnd 7::'.() p.m.; Susday
school  at 2:'M p.m,
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
���Rev. J. s. Henderson, pastor. Services 11 am and 7:30 p.m. Sahbath
school and bihlj clas* 2: Ii9 p.a.
Morning, "The Brook that Failed";
evening, "Gathering or Scattering."
KNOX PRKSliYTEUIAN���Rfr. E
C. Thompson, M.A., pastor. Public
w��r&bip: Morning, Holy Comntuaioa,
11 a.H.; eveuiig, T::i6 p.m. Bikls
class and Sabbath school 2:'ii) p.u.'
Y. P. S. C. B., Tup��day * p.m.; prayer
meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m.
OLIVET BAPTIST���Rev. A. F. Baker, pastor. Soiricos 11 a.m. aad 7
p.m. Sunday school at 2*.'M) ~>.n.
Midweek prayer meeting on Wednesday at 8 o'clock.
ST. STEPHEN'S PRESBYTBRIAN
���Rer. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A., Pk.
D., pastor. Services at 11 a.m. aad
7 ::;u p. m.
SAPPERTON METHODIST ��� R��v.
E. D. Braden, pastor. Services at
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at
2:38 p.m. Epworth League on Moaday
at 8 p.m.
SIXTH AVENUE METHODIST���
Rev. F. S. Okell, B. A., pastor. Services
at 11 a. m. and 7:3u p. tn. Love
feast at lu a. m. Sunday school at
2:30 p. ni. Epworth league, Monday,
at 8 p. ni. Prayer meeting. Wednesday at S p.m. Rev. C. W. Brown. B.A.,
11.1)., will preach in the morning. Pastor's evening subject, "The Record
Blotted Out."
THE NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
���Benjamin Sand, pastor. Service at
11 a. m. in the old 1. O. O. F. hall.
Miss Marion Martin entertained at
a delightful tea on Thursday afternoon in compliment to a bride-to-be.
Miss Vera Corbould. During tlie afternoon the guests enjoyed a hemming
contest. In the drawing-room the
(lowers were pink sweet peas, and in
tlie dining room tlie tea table wus
brightened with the same lovely flowers In yellow. Assisting the hostess
were Mrs. Hubert McBaln, of Vancouver and Mrs. E. N. Sutherland, who
poured tea. while Miss Josephine Martin served the ices. Other guests included Miss Corbould, Miss Claire
Corbould, Miss Vera Corbould. Miss
Armstrong. Miss Nora Armtsrong,
Miss Booth, Miss Alice Rlekman, Miss
Eleanor Brown. Miss Lewis, Miss
Alma Lewis. Miss De Wolf Smith,
Miss Shildrick, Miss Peele. Miss
Macgowan, Miss Leamy, Miss Alma
Leamy,   Miss   Vida   Leamy.
A number of young people entertained at a dance on Friday evening
in St. George's hall, In honor of Mr.
Frank Major, who is leaving for Victoria.
Among the campers wlm have returned from White Rock, are Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Paige. Mr. and Mrs. H. P.
Vidal. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Eastman,
Captain and Mrs. Mayers and Miss
Lydia Davis.
*    ��    a
Mis. William McColl, of Vancouver,
was the guest of her mother-in-law,
Mrs. George Turner, Park Row. on
Friday.
Mr:
Miss
. Hamilton Lovey ami her nice.'.
Makj n   jenns,    oi    Vanco ivei.
have  returned
Rupert..
trom a trip  to  Prince
Secret  Societies  in  Sicily
ies   From    Farmers���Brutal
ders   Follow   Refusal.
Exact  Lev-
Mur-
Dr. R. E. Walker and son,
J. Hart and son and Mr. J. J,
are camping for three weeks
chelt.
Mr. F.
Jones,
at   Se-
fla
Milan.  Aug.   26.���The   Sicilian   Ma-
. by its daring outbreak of activity,
ls again causing public constat nation.
Large landowners and well-to-do merchants in the Alcamo territory, who
have either not paid  tribute or else
have   disbursed   a   smaller   sum   than
was demanded as a guarantee of good
treatment hy the secret societies, are
now,  after  unheeded threatening  letters,   fearing  tlie  vengeance   of  banditti sent against them.    Signor Vos-
co. a local councilman, has had several thousand vines destroyed at night..
.The next evening he was hlms'lf shot
Idown by masked men with revolvers.
Four of the prin-
ing,  August 31,  at  ten-fifteen o'clock Icipal  wine  merchants  named  Cusale,
at Holy Trinity^eatheoral. jltesso, Amodeo and Mesana, have had
Miss Desbrlsay, of Vancouver, spent :thclr warehouses burnt to the ground
the  week-end  in  town, the  guest   of by incendiaries.   The last named, who
Miss Pyne Is the guest of Miss Elsa
Burnett, Fifth street.
a    a    a
Mrs. J. A. Grieve, of Vancouver, is
visiting Mrs. W. N. Carty, Third avenue.
a   a   a
Mr. J. P. McLeod, inspector uf legal
offices, came up to the city on Moaday from Victoria.
The marriage Is anounced to take
place of Elsa Kirby, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. J. A. Burnett, and Mr.
Henry  Ramsay, on Wednesday morn- In the main street
Mrs.  W.  W. Gordon.
��    ��    ��
Among those from the district who
attended the reception at New Westminster, to Sir Wilfrid Laurier, were
Captain W. F. Stewart, of Sea Island;
Mr. J. Graner, of Lulu Island; Mr. W.
H. Higgins, of Eburne: Mr. A. A.
Woods, Mr. Robert Kelly and Mr. D.
B.  Charleson, of Vancouver.
Miss Beryl  Briggs  was the charming hotess at a luncheon in honor of
a  bride-to-be.   Miss  Elsa  Burnett,  on
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. C. Bai- >. wdenesdav of this week.    The table
mer   McAllister,   entertained   at   the  was done '.n a color BCiieme of mauve
tea hour at her home   at   Edmonds.' an(j white, having in the center a cut-
The   drawing-rooms   were   brightened gl.iss bow! fined with sweet peas, eir-
with   vases   of   lovely   sweet   peas,! eled  wltll  tu]le.    Alter    luncheon    a
lovely sweet
while in the tea room the table was
centered with a hunch of nasturtiums,
and the chandelier was covered with
trailing smllax. Assisting Mrs. McAllister in looking after her guests
were Mrs. Pennock, Mrs. Oliver
Campbell, Mrs. Bannerman, Miss Mather. Miss McRae. Miss Mona McRae,
of Vancouver, and Mrs. Gracey, of
New Westminster.
���   ���   ��
Mr. Barnet with his son, Mr. J. II.
Barnet, of Renfrew. Ont.. who have
heen west on a business trip, left for
the east on Monday.
���   ���   ���
Mrs. Thomas Scouler had a few
friends in to tea on Monday afternoon in compliment to her niece, Miss
Scouler, who is her house guest.
Ahout   twelve  or  more   guests   were
contest was enjoyed at which Mrs.
Hugh Sweeney was the prize winner.
The guests were Miss Elsa Burnett,
Mrs. C. A. Seymour, Mrs. Hugh Sweeney, Mrs. J. G. Davidson, Vancouver,
Mrs. H. L. Edmonds and Miss Macgowan.
��� ���    ���
Miss Armstrong entertained at the
tea hour on Friday in compliment to
Miss Booth, who is visiting Miss Nora
Armstrong.
a    a    *
Mrs. J. J. Jones and Miss Jones ar"
guests for a fortnight of Mrs. Jones'
daughter. Mrs. Sidney C. Burton, at
Victoria.
* ���
Mrs. Hubert McBaln. of Vancouver,
Is tbe guest of her mother, Mrs. J. S.
Clute, Sixth avenue.
had replied in a defiant letter to the
demands of the Matia, was enticed out
of his bedroom to the balcony at midnight and fired at by and armed band.
Senor Messana luckily saved his lite
hy throwing himself flat on the lloor,
but the lattice work and bedroom
were found riddled with shot.
Signor Montana, a farmer, was
clubbed to death on the highway in
broad daylight, and the assassins got
clear away witli his horse and cart.
Meantime an internecine strife haa
broken out among the brigands over
the distribution of the booty. Three
of them were treacherously stabbed to
the heart while overcome with wine
at a supper of the band near Corleone.
Their bodies were Hung Into a torrent.
and shortly after the corpses floated
ashore. The rivals, after cutting off
their heads burled the trunks so as
to leave the feet sticking out of the
ground In which position they were
discovered by roaming herdsmen. One-
of tlie party thus murdered was a
brigand's nephew, a mere lad of fourteen.
He Swallowed a Wasp.
St. Thomas. Ont., Aug. 2G.���D. Robinson, head waiter at the Hotel Inve-
rary. Port Stanley, while eating a
piece of pie swallowed a live wasp.
Tlie insect stung him severely on the
tonsil, passing tlience to the man's
stomach, and the effects of the poison
passed entirely through his system.
A physician injected morphine and the-
man is in a fair way to recover.
VICTOR  A.  JOHNDRO
ARCHITECT
Room   6,  Gulchon  Building.
Phone 681
&m~
PAYSTRCAK {
Leaves Ilinckinan-Ker Milling Company's wharf. New Westminster, wltk
Passen.eis snd  freight  as follftws:
Leaves N>w Westminster Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 8 a. ro.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri-
J��V ami Sunday at 7 a. in.
Fl|,st Class Passenger Accommodation
ROYAL CITY NAVIGATION CO., Ltd.
New  Westminster.
JACKSON
PRINTING
COMPANY
CORRECT
STYLISH
PRINTING
Westminster
GARAGE
Kinds  of  Automobil*
Accessories.
All
R&f>Mrs Promtp'^ Rmtcuted.
Carnarvon, tind-Sixth St New
Westminster B. C, Plione 354.
JOHN DOBSON, Manager.
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Office,
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Try a "WANT" ad
It will bring results.
News.
EAST BURNABY METHODIST
CHURCH���Corner Eighth street and
Third avenue, 3urnaby. Kev. Frederick H. Carpenter, pastor. Public worship. 11 a. m. and T::'.0 p. m. Sunday
school, 2:3(�� p. m. Prayer meeting.
Tuesday, 7::in p. in.; choir practice.
Thursday, 7:30 p.  m.
WEST BNE> PRESBYTERIAN���
Twelfth street. Rsv. James Reid,
B.A., pastor. Public worship at 11
a. bi. and 7:30 p. ��i. Sunday scheel
��t 2:3�� |. m.
SOUTH WESTMINSTER METHO-
Dt��T MISSION���Rev. Henry Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.m.
Church service at 11 a.m.
ST. MART'S, SAPPERTON���Holy
wemiauiou. 8:30 atu.; ���remsoor an4
seriuoa, 7 p.m. Preacher, Rev. C
Leonard.
PRBQ METHODIST CHAPBL���
Eighth ��Dee��, b��lTee�� Third ts*vi
SH! at^bes. Ret. 1. ? I**���***.
pastor. Sunday school, 10 a.iu.; ser-
Pralse service, 7 p.m.; sermon, 7:45
p.m. Celebration of ths semi-centennial anniversary of the Free Methodist church. Cottage prayer reecting.
Tuesday    evening.    Midweek    prayer
meeting, Thursday 8 p.ru,
'COLUNOWOOD METH0M6T ��� *
*��vlces at 11 a.U>. and 7:30 p.m. Sua
dav school at, 10 a.m. Epworth Laagut
Tuesday at 8 p.m. DundonalJ school
house; 'S'-rvlce at 2 p.m. and Sunday
Mbool ut 3 p.m. Rev. W. Ewart Jones,
pastoi'.
CHURCH OP CHRIST���305 Dur-
Wm    Madison Wiight, preacher. Sua
day   services,   11   a.m.   and     7   p.m.
Week dav servlcJ, eveiy day at 8 p.u*.
SAPPERTON   BAPTIST   CHURCH,
Hospital. street-Sunday school at 8:��B
p.m.; service at 7 p.m. Andrew Grieve,
pastor.
GOSPEL    HAM.���Corner  of  Sixth
avenue  and  Ninth  street.  Evangelist
J. J. Kosse will pteach at 7 p.m.
Contemplating
A Trip
To Europe ?
IN THEY
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New Westminster to New Westminster
Via
Steveston ami Vancouver
Str. TRANSFER
^ d!llly except Saturday, and
leaves Brackman-Ker wharf at 3 P.  M
��n Saturday for Steveston and way points.
A Delightful Trip for $1.50
Tickets at  B. C.  E. R. ticket office and ��.��*��**��'^JJJJ
ll* car, ,eave Steveston every hour ton the half-houi) fo.
"er.
Se. the F.msu. Fraser River Canneries, Vancouver, Etc	
Hound trip tickets to Btevest.n, Saturday afterneo�� .
If so. vou wi 1 want the very best
that can'bo offered for your money
ami It does not matter what class of
cabin Is desired.
THE ROYAL LINE
wants. First, Second
nd
unex-
will fill your
Third   Cabin  accommodation
3,ed whilst the Dining Service leaves
nothing to be desirel.
The Next Sailings are
Royal George    _?lf il
Royal Edward     J. t. W
Royal George  Sept. tJ
Royal Edward  Oct. 13
S'X^lUr^eral    agent,
ScoH block. Wlnnlreg, Man
40 BALES���5 IN A BALE
All New Up-to-Date Patterns Ready for Fall Trade
Now
| Here's an Offer
I This month, so far, has been the best since we started in business; it's the genuine sale that's doing it.
Just Read On
We are putting in this sale all our new rugs. We
can hardly mention prices because we have such a
variety, but we will guarantee that if you know the
size you require the prices wont let you go without
purchasing.
This is the greatest chance to buy a good rug cheap-
Take this opportunity to fit up your spare room for
your Fair Visitors.
Everything in tha store reduced this month
Try a "Want
win mm re9Ulu-
ad U The News   It
| Denny & Galloway j
Phone 588   W
43-45 Sixth Street
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THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
The Daily News
AUGUST
Published by Tne Dally .News Puhllsn-
?c.  Company, Limited, at their offices.
Cornet    ol    McKenzie   and    Victoria
Streets.
A. Paige.
,. . Managing  D:rrctor
easaa^^cEESs^
SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1910.
STREET REGULATIONS.
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erchants and <.:liei s.   We
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these itinerant vendors should not be 6 '   "! ;
. I to I e fresh outbreak ;
all   srei        ��� alone, the otm      beii       busy
.j..       e    .    NVi, QOtlC(   ,    ;  ,    ,   ,.  ��� I ev here.   The men froi    the
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new  i ��� anul   outfit 1 taken up        ,  ���, . cjulckJi   to iv   c ill an I v<   y
a pi sitlon al the   h - B ""> we had :'     " ���'��� '  e     ��� ird ''ound '
e westerl    and dani e   ius bou
*"<*��� and al times u" httve Been   B of the Qre., When tb , fected 1
cheap jack or pedlai        ipylng a por-fgave up leaving Its further control to1
, ,.      ,,    ..     ;,    the more able an I experleti :< | woods-
tlon ol the streel on the opposite sldi   men {nm .,(. mi],
of Columbia.   Il Is possible thai    the'    On Tuesday receiving word that the
abtitmeni of curl, side streel upon the "j""''" f"ndertc��nt���] V'"1 ,being ��rlp-
pled up lrom the effects ol the blow
main  thoroughfare  may   be  similarlyjj had received Horn tii,- falling tree I
monopolized If steps are nol taken to|dl* n.ot ?�� ������ ,hc flre' confining my-
| sell in trying to appease the anxiety
prohibit this. of several of the campers, s -veral of
Our attention  has also heen ilnwn   nh0111' however, packed up and came
into town, while others telegraphed in
to the facl   thai  the Columbia stieet  to Mr. Thrift for
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the day's  bard  fire  fi   it ng, and   Mr.
me on :    ird, the ol
1 \: n  havln ;   ;- mi    I ir   supp T.     There
latei ri I in ni ���'. and are ''ba :k fin I" an .1
p trolled    until    jol i ' :    bj     Messrs.
Pan n ���      w hn
came down on the Owl train. We remained on guard all nlgl i and v. n
all the nexl day till i p.m., when the
(li ������ wai den notified us thai he \\ ould
re [ulre us for ] 11 ol dui thai ni lit
a    I  .    So ho eep and
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R  H. SAXDS,
ntati'-i ilte,    Shiles   &
Co. for   tin Rock
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They have arrived and are ready for youi' inspec
tion.   This shipment includes various shading
Tweeds (the leading material in coating        fam
Broadcloths, Venetians, Diagonals and  Hei      Ser
is.   We invite you to call and im to
te and advance models  :       re occupying
available space in our,  at pr<     it   r;   h
lady-To-Wear Section.    \, e        withi
indowat | r   ent. our front ' ; :
to n    ce     :r for the new ivii  lows,
in the new addition in a ��
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Railway Time Tables
B- C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule,
pavement is still frequently blocked
during the busy hours of the day by
packing cases and goods deposited
thereon by storekeepers. On one day
this week, we are informed, it was Im
ping cases.   If the by-law to which we
liave    referred    has    been    passed it
Cars leave Vancouver for New 'West,
minster at 5:50, C:50, 7:20 and S:00
a.ni., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30  p.m.
Cars leave Xew Westminster for Vancouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
2:00 a.m., and every half hour thereafter until 11:0Q s-in.
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will soon be (died up with work iui   dn e of
New Silks
Forty li side, Pi ulard   in e di      i 3, i������;111 ibl
In pl iin       I dl         il effects                     dei i. ns
trie, the le    ''.i 	
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Shadi      nclu le i tan, coi aflo ���. i
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The Sale of Remnants
Continues all this week.   A flne chanci   I  ire i   nice   klrt 1
weaves and Bhadings in dies goods, remnants and len 11
flannelettes, ribbons,'etc., all at greal reductions.    It wi"
gth at an enormo i
ill suit almost anj   ;
pay you to  iin, Btlgate.
Ladies' Knitted Sweaters
Already we are Bending repeat orders to meet the demand made on th
while the selection is large.   Prices from  	
ese popular garmenl i Si
 2.50 to $12.50
I   *ii!^2Z**XamJI_IUttSam^^
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for Xew West-
heur    thereafter    until
ielp. tin Wednesday
morning Firo Warden Johnson arrived, after inspecting the fire he called out the mill hands again and then
left, i having special business to attend
to elsewhere), reporting the fire under
control and safe if well guarded. Half
an hour later, fanned by a strong
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^n       i wind tlie fire broke, right away.    Mr.
possible for pedestrians to pass along Thrift and  his  men  were  hopelessly
a part of the street owing to it being overmaiier*.   Mr.   Roper   and    Mr.
j Anthony    from their    logging    camp,
blocked  by  a  number  of  large  ship-: nearly   a   mile   away,   grasping   the
situation from the sight of the smoke
and  flames, also    the    mill  manager, j Cars   leave   Xew   Westminster   at   7
sent their men to help, but tbe flames      a.m. and every hour until 11 p.m.
should  he  properly enforced:   if  not>tm gained headway, travelling ahout  Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m. and
; 600 yards on a half mile front against      every hour until 10 p.m.
then  the  sooner  the    council    deter-l-n    ���������--   ���-   ���
DATES   OF   EXHIBITIONS
THROUGHOUT    PROVINCE
At the annual meeting of tho agri-
minster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m, and  ellltura> societies of British Columbia
held in Victoria in .January last, dates
every    half   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave Xew Westminster for Vancouver at 3:00 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter until 11  p.m.
Eburne  Line.
for the fairs throughout the i'rov
were arranged as follows:
First    Circuit.
Alberni       Sept. 14 and 15
Nanaimo      Sept. 16 and 17
Comox      Sept. 22 and 2?,
Cowichan         Sept. 23 and 24
The Islands   Sept. 21
Victoria       Sept. 27 to Oct. 1
N.  and   S.   Saanich Oct. 7 and 8
Second   Circuit.
ill   opposition   in   less   than   an   hour.   On   Sundays  cars  leavs  Westminster |CoQUltlam       Sept. 20
mines upon regulations to prevent the i >V��ien   two   of   the   summer  cottages.'     -* �� - ~   ���
abuse of the streets the better
Miss Davis', were  On
Mr.  Kastman's ant!
;r it will I within one hundred yards of the fire
1)C ��� ������   i   <  *. ���* m ��� and   Mr.   Hunter aud  others  said
would be   practically   Impossible   .������
Now we are upon this subject of the  save t]lem unless more ,)elp an-iVed, I
Streets, we may allude to the neglect; wired into town to the owners "unless
i more help sent  fire wil
lo give effeel to the resolution of the houBe before morning
council   forbidding    the    burning    of /lens."   Then as the situation
ed unchanged I advised all who were
waste an I debris on tiie city thorough. Mot mtlng ready to move to pack up
"fares.     Many   limes   late1" ^^^^^^^^^^^
noticed  the dangerous
at 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.
! Maple   Ridge.
1U'D
to i
i Sundays cars leave Vancouver at I Mission       Sept. 23
8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Agassiz        Sept. 27 and 28
I        Cl... a       ��� ���      a..
J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager,
Westminster,
11 and 22
we
and   annoying
Great  Northern  Railway.
take    your I    Leaves     Xew     Westminster
mstle fire war-  a- '"��� ;iriives Seattle 3:05 p.m.
remain- i    Leaves    Xew    Westminster
tn.;   arrives   Seattle  3:15   p.m
Leaves     Xew
uvc  at once and  he ready to leave, there
being five or six families with babies
New  Chilliwack      Sept. 20, 21 and 22
Third    Circuit
r
8:17
0:30
I Nicola     ..
j Armstrong
Vernon
... .Sept. 13 nnd 14
 Sept. 22 and 23
.Sept. 15 to 1
.     ���     ..^m     Westminster
p. in.;   arrives  Seattle !):40  p.m,
Leaves    Xew    Westminster
a. m,
arrives Seattle
i a.in.
Leaves   Seattle   8:05   a. in.;   arrives
an I young children without a man to
practice of hurtling    their rubbish be-   b>ok   after  them.    Aided   by  my  own Westminster Z-fiO n m
, ��� ���     . , , ,      man and an  Indian an.l  his wife, the   Ne,w Westminster Z.60 p.m.
lng followed by storekeepers.    At the womw ;,���d children and their belong. I    Lea��.e8 *aatUe ��;���� P- m-
time of writing the atmosphere is pol- inga were tot io the station In time j - f^ Westminster 0.45 p.m.
luted with smoke from one of   these'" "����� 5:4n Sj^^.W *V% New vStSSSr 9:27 pirn-"'
or undue excitement, the Indian, Jim i    -
Kamloops        Sept. 28  to 20
,. ��0 ' Kelowna       Sept. 20 and 21
Salmon  Arm    Sept. 23 and 24
Summerland      Oct, n and is
At last a Positive Cure has been found for
ASTHMA
in the Now Famous INDIAN HERB CURE
Manufactured and  put  up  in  Victoria, B. C, by J. F. Fitzpatrick,
Address:    628 Hornby, Vancouver,    .hone  Ft 4845.
Coming to  New Westminster Shortly���address  later.
This Is one more proof of the eftllcaey of the Asthma Cure. Hear
what  the  Victoria lady  has to suy about the Asthma Cure.
1123 North Park St..
Victoria. B.C., October 28. 1909.
Mr. Fitzpatrlck.
1 am writing this to let you know what a .Teat relief I have f"""'1
your asthma cure. I have suffered from asthma for ten years, and
have tried so many different remedies and have found nothing that
have given me such great relief as your asthma cure, and by con<
Unually taking it, I think 1 will find It a cure.
MRS. MAV WITTY.
12:27
Fourth Circuit.
Surrey
arrives ; Langley
1 Eburne
arrives Ladner
fires,    lias
tfiead lettei
 S<?. t. 27
 Sept. 28
��� ���Sept. 2!) and 80
..Sept. 23 and 24
he resolution  become    a diaries, of the Setnlanmoo
...     ,     ,, ,,, ,    doing    splendid    work,
\\ e should like to ask,
11Charles, .-,. um oeunannwio    reserve,
^^^^^^^^^     helping    the
^^^^^^^^^^_ , women pack and move and refusing to
Following upon these complaints we take one cent more than  his regular
ire  glad   to  be  ahle  to    congraluhH,.  PW ,;'s  !l  feamster.    To    ensure    the
comfort  of  those  S"nt  home   I   wired
the   fathers   that   they   were   coming,
up of the side streets that. Is now he- adding u-'~
lng done. We only hope
be a mere Bporadl
congratulate
the hoard of works upon the cleaning
Leaves  Seattle  11:4f>  p. m.
Xew Westminster 0:30 a.m.
arrives
G, N. R.���Port Guichon.
Leaves Xew Westminster daily, except   Sunday   from   bridge   passenger
ieip was needed If the housesil station  3:,50  p.m.;    arrives  at  Port
^^^^ were to be saved.    Ahout (I p.m. thejGuiehoti 0:30 p.m.
this may not  wind having'dropped, the flre fighters      Leaves   Port    Gulchon   8:00   a.m.
vv ii mere sporadic effort, hut thai the s",',"'ed   ,llG "pperhand  and  held the dally, except Sunday; arrives at Xew
flames In check. ; Westminster bridge passenger station
removal of weeds and rubbish will be      About 8 p.m. Mr. b.atmafi, Captain 10:20 a.m.
carried   out  consistently     the    whole  ���^a-VGI'is and  Fire  Warden   Harris    ar. I ~    ~
i rived  by
niveu ny motor car nn:l later Messrs
year roun l, and our city thus be main-. Leamy, F. MacKenzie. M.L.A., Govern-
talned   in   a   clean,   neat   and   alwavs   lno,lt    Agent. S. A. Fletcher,    and    H.
A. Paige arrived. Tho fire being well
presentable state. . j|n  |i;m,i  ))V  rlii�� time the  motor
;_... _j. . ji . ftles returned, and Warden Harrli
myself and  man     walked
No Opposition  Delegates. Iround the fire (ahout two miles)
London, Aug. 28.���Lord Crewe,    re- lng  Mr.  Anthony,  Thrift, jr
jdving to a suggestion that opposition  cousin and flve Jap
In    the ��� '
par-
completely
find-
    and  bis
s doing patrol duty,
G.   N.   R.���Sumas   Branch.
Leaves   Sumas   fi:00   a.m;   arrives
''ge  passenger  station,  Xew   West-
jewelry""" :
Our gfock,of jewelry in Gold, Silver  and  Gold   Plated is thfl n'ost
complete ever .diown in Westminster.    Call and be convinced.
I Chamberlin's
THE
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Agents for the How ard, Ball, Longines and  Hamilton Watches.
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minster,' To":20"" arm7"daii7"execopt, Rushton's Orchestra and Mr.
Leaves   Xew   Westminster   bridge J. H. Graham, Tenor Sololist
passenger   station  3:50  p.m.;   arrives!
Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
members   should   paitieinatc     in     u,���  mui ...
imperial  eoploren'e.    ,111    not    thnk  K^^SSSJS   ''"r'y   ��"""   sl'��l>��
such    a    departure eonvenien      Sev   UttKf^^'    A'  ,,,M,,,K"t
^.hh.oriorthe other countries!      JoSft^ffS ^T^tfZ
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IX��� M
the      daily      news Admission 10c
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Moving Pictures! Sponges and
I Toilet Soaps
| Ryall's Drug Store I
Change of Programme 3
times a week.
Children 5c
AT ALL
PRICES
EYES  TESTED  BY OPTICIANS.
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1910.
PORTING NEWS
IHE DAILY NEWS.
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LOCAL TEAM TO DAY
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Keep   Away
Field.
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Wi Btmlnster   on
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Gifford    and
be on   the  field
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How Indian "Showed Up'
Dr. Roller.
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and Gifford will  match, wl tised as bi ing
iam and Eiughtej'      V-"0    side,
probably    : i chest I a one l
and   Hugul       ������ the
. in goal.    Both  full h In nine mil
well, bul thej   ""'Is-
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160 Acres on Scott Road, close in,
Price $140.00 per acre. Adjoining
property is selling at $300 to $500
per acre.     This is a real money maker
NORTHERN  CROWN  BANK   BUILDING.
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WORKS���Corner   Eleventh  and  Cs-line.
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GOLF IN AMERICA IS
MAKING RAPID STRIDES
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Are   Numerous   and   Game   Gives
yment.
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i   Hi ,veather is m
1   linn I pri either.
1 i les I    Ni   longer does    the    i    n   In  the
big   Vine I-   il reel  gas e at thi
eer strength,
i |.  i ���    |   -. ked ftill hi tin re;]
While sweeping your car]
If you want something Choice for Sunday's
Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.    You can sure get it at
COLUMBIA STREET
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accused   coi
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"E nner is lt
He is mdicapped by
��� ���.  but he    I     ' remen-
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i   .  j i \ pe inform ins fi lend thai i oil
en i      e," but      en 1 his is a
of  progiess, fo    ' ������   i    >w     it is
MARKET
REPORT
��� ��� li     golf and not hoch
one of 1      chief assets when     The   huge   e   Idi     golf   Is   making,
on  the ���'���������' ~, he and has made, Is concl isive proof of
: id   nobod     to and,   realizing   iis   fascination..    Ten   years   ago   the
not,   In   all   prob blllty, golfer  had  to travel  much  longer to
I [s best. reach  a  golf course than  he dm     i I
"With regard to Dr   Roll  r, he I   re- present.    Every  town of any  size al
ported   i"  have stated  thai   'after  he all has its golf course.   No seaside re-
liad    :, tin    champions'   he son   Is  a complete success  unless it
'l ivays   ;o back to his original  has iis own
m '     After    yesterday's    dis-
��� ���   mei)   low prli es ol  fruit
;  ������ year was the tea-
. e itei d ,..   Apples,
ivere broughl in   in
tnd though the weals sarni anil favorable for    the
the demand was    very
I j ;    ���    in consequence were
not .rent.    This is
wted for partly by the reports of
| ���   i rctp which  is  said  to
eptlonallj good.   The apples on
ki ep long and are not
B��d for preserving as the fall ap-
Consequently the demand now
: eating apples and it re-
lr��s not a greal deal to supply that
m<1.  Pears and plums also suffer
Hie weakness In apples and fruit
'���M market   yeslerday     could    be
: '*" l as i beaply as lt will prob
;��ver be again.
:;'  tl e combined influences of a
'infill supply and a fairly weak do-
''���'��� '������'' pork, the price of that com-
Hy showed si. ns of declining. The
��� topped trom Ifl and IB cents.
:   been at the last two   or
"> to 13 and 14 cents.
I* were unsteady. The wholesale
Wvaccinated all through the morn-
���"*��� at ih, close of husiness when
" *8a noi much Btock in the mar-
���the price remained at  40 cents
If dozen.
���** reel   of the   prices   remained
""  ime js   in previous   mar-
the  prices  were  not    as
** us thej   have heen.    The  mar-
*** y."' I '   thai   has  been  held
���ome time, There were many
s mill all sons of buyers. The
JJ'ity nf pn .ime brought in far ex-
a'',i thai brought  In    to  previous
""''* '"'' >;     months    pasl    and
.        ' the iransactlons must
,..' '"" totalled  to  a  considerable
Official Quotations.
Fi hindquarters, per ll. 0 to 10c
IT'toretmarters, per lb 7 to 8o
i,;.1'1"1'"' 14 to 15c
^ P�� lb,  12 to 13o
Jlar8e>per Ih 9. to LOc
jJJ; medium, per 11, 12c
L,'1";1"". per lb 13 to 14c
C" Resale, per doz.   ..38 to 40c
,v"''ii. Per doz 46o
.. 260
.. hoc
to .9
to ��<
to  6
pi ,    pi rhap8 ii would be as well if he
lefl    the   other   champions   severel)   lly.   Thi
alone and took the next boat bark tojresorts
the neighborhood of his practice.
"E, A. Humphreys was the referee
and ,1. T.  Hulls took the time."
links, and it is the knowledge thai golf is to be had ib.it frequently brings the visitor and liis fun
is also true of many inland
This means business for the resort
or the  village  In  or near  which the
course Is located.    Even In ten years
Garden City has made big strides In
Ithe way of Improvement and much ofl
*nra***i*i   niintm   Tn   ni IV  mil  �� la due to the goir course there. In- j
TfiMMY Rl HNS TO PLAY FOR\<m<�����*-���*, ^ <<>��cit> ��,w hs two
ilJII.WU   UL��1U   IU   ILrtl   l��,l|courseB)  the   Becond  belng  ,he  Sails-
bury links, over which tlie recent tour-!
nament of the Eastern Professional j
Golfers' association was played.
This is by no means an exceptional
case, for there are a groat many other
cities and towns where sinii.ar instances might be cited. Landowners
are quick to realize tlie fact that the
ground they have hitherto looked upon as being scarcely worthy of consideration is valuable from a golfing
point of view, and lie charges   more
VANCOUVER ON LABOR OAV
Former   Heavyweight   Pugilist   of
World   Will   Figure   on   Con's
Lineup at Cost of $1000.
the
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Con Jones will make an expensive
experiment on Labor Day. For one
occasion only lie has succeeded in in-
duein. Tommy Hums to get within a
Vancouver lacrosse uniform and take
chances against the Westminster defence men. Tommy has elected to
play either inside or outside home,
which places him against Charlie Galbralth or Tommy Qlfford. The Insurance policies on these players have
not vet been cancelled.
For acting as Con's big drawing
card Burns is to receive tbe modest
sum' of 11000. This handout puts
everything ever paid to lacrosse players, professional or ������amateur.' easily
in the shade, liven Newsy Lalonde.
in his greediest moments, did not
dream of asking a thousand dollars a
game, though experts figure that
Newsy is a better player than Burns.
Tommy signed on with the Vancouver team some weeks ago and is
therefore eligible to play In a league
match if he so desires.
1 per acie for it  than ne does
for bis
best  agricultural land.
With regard to the employment that
the game provides it is difficult to estimate lt. Professionals and their assistants, ground-keepers, caretakers,
iron head makers, golf ball makers,
etc., are dependent upon the game,
while there are thousands of boys,
and even men, who miiKe their living
as caddies. The list could be considerably increased, even to those who
earn their livelihood by making mixtures for tbe extermination of worms
and other ground pests.
lt seems a pity that the expenses ot
golf nre such ns to debar those who
have scarcely more than a comfortable income from participating in the
pleasures of tbe game, but even tins
mav soon be relieved, for at present
there ore public links which are very
well patronized by persons in ordinary walks of life. It Is quite possible" however, that In a few years various municipalities will take more of
interest In the sport than at pres-
for, rapid as the growth
'"   is In
Put up in cans in
powder form. Just
sprinkle a little on
the carpet absoibs
all dust and kills all
germs in the carpet
Highly recommended by the medical
faculty.
A sure prevention of
sickness and disease
er arii
nufacturers and
r-rj-a
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Dealers in  All Kinds of
LUMEBH,  LATH,  SHINGLES.  SASH.   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH,
TURNED  WORK,  FISH   BOXES-     LARGE     STOCK     PLAIN     AND
FANCY  GLASS.
Tele
Royal City Planing Mills
jhone   12 New Westminster
B
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Box   137
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Contractors and
l*WJHMWA>��W��*H��>'V..iaL^aw��g
C. A. Welsh
The People's Grocer
Phones 193 and 443
Sapperton  Phone 373
it stil
its
the
In-
P"i.
wholesale,
-  . per 1
|F���   ! ^W.  Per  lb.
ro*
Rtilcile'
Kellers
1"'r'!"/... ijve
ls' PW doz., 1
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Ki; r i-"'k
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K.1 ,,s' Per sack
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Northwestern  League.
At Vancouver��� "
Tacoma    ;
Vancouver   	
Batteries;    Schmutz   and
Miller and Lewis.
At Spokane���
Seattle   	
Spokane 	
Batteries: Joss
11. K.
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9 18   0
Byrnes;
mil
R. 11. B.
 7 H    2
 8 13   4
Lebranil; Holm
an
ent
name has been
From the health point of view golf
a well known preserver of youth,
not only being prescribed by physicians as a health restorer, but being
played by physicians themselves who
practice what they preach.
^CANADIAN PACIFIC
^ RAILWAY CO.
Leave New Westminster:
5:45���Connects with train to Sumas
and Transcontinental No. 97; arriving
New Westminster 7:43.
9:10���With No. 2 going east; also
connection for Nicola and train from
Agassiz, Kootenay, Okanagan and
Sumas; arriving New Westminster
10:18.
16:25���With train for AgaBslz, Koo-
tenay points, Sumas and St. Paul; returning arrive Westminster 18:12.
19:35���with No. 96 Transcontinental eastbound and trains from Mission,
Nicola and Okanagon points, nnd No.
1 from east; arrive New Westminster 22:02.
ED GOULET, Agent C. P. R.
H. C.  B.  FOSTER, A. G. P. A., Van
couver.
We have a full    h
J3uilaers  Hardware
Befo
me   of
in this
tlie   Best
City.
money
re Building See Us, as we
Also Complete   Stock
believe   wc   can   save
ot PAINTS
anc
you
OILS
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I       A Beautiful Assortment of Rings
��� on view at Gray's
��� Diamond Rings from $15.00 to $200.00
t Pearl Rings from   $2.50 to $15.00
T Rings with assorted stones as pearl  and diamond,  pearl  and  ruby,
I 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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60   VEAR3"
EXPERIENCE
ton.
.$9 to  .10 and Shea
 $1.60
 $20 '
'-uvranu
per lb.
wlml
Who!
" ale,
per lb.
iff8'*holeB
���dumber,,
poi
per box
crate ..
]'*~. per box,
Per doz, .
 $1.50
 50c
 75c
 75c
 75c
 tie
 10c
.,60 to 86c
.-10 to 50c
.75 to ROc
 30c
He Swallowed a Wasp.
St. Thomas. Out.. Aug. 26.-D. Robinson, bead waiter al the Hotel Inve-
rarv Port Stanley, while eating a
piece of pie swallowed a live wasp.
The insect stung him severely on the
tonsil, passing thence to the mans
?Lach%M the effects of he po��on
passed entirely through His system
\ physician Injected morphine and the
man'is in a fair wa>   i- r.-oier
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never injures hands or clothes
Quote
You Rates
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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.
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SO)
���������
ALFRED  W.  McLEOD
"The Insurance Man"
657 Columbia Street
Phone 62
I PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY,
^GUST
1910,
Dress the young man in a good school  suit this  spring
bring home a better report at the end of the term.
Xo boy can do his best when he is ashamed of his clothes.
We've school suits that are extra  good   from   the   fact   that
were made with the greatest care by  an  expert    maker
clothes.   The fabric, the trimmings, the tailoring are all
We contracted for extra good suits and we've got them,
sin. e breasted reefer or Norfolk style.
of
they
boy's
extra good.
Double
or
$3.00,   $3.50,   $4.00 to   $12.00
School Bag Given Away
with every suit to the value of $5.00
and over.
Our scliool suits will be the best
school this term.
school  suits  that    will    attend
REID & CO
Thc Store of Satisfaction
601 Columbia Street
Mr. Peterson,
of Toronto
Has taken over the Up-to-Date Tailor Store,
of 660 Columbia St. New Westminster, B.C.
Mr. Peterson is a first-class Cutter and
Tailor who has served years at cutting
in both the United States and Canada,
and guarantees satisfaction in every
respect.
Just Arrived: a very large stock of
Woolens of the latest shades and
patterns. Prices are right. Suits to
Order from
$25.00 Up
All work done on premises. A few uncalled for suits in Serges, from 36 to 42,
which I wiil give you at Half Price.
They are in blacks and blues.
PETERSON
The Fashionable Tailor
660 Columbia St. New Westminster, B.C.
OPPOSITION LEADER
ANB THE ROYAL OATH
HUNTERS   ARE    PLENTY I
ON    KENAI    PENINSULA.
sew
insula
Word
Balfour  Thinks  Change
ing  Safe   From   Protestant  Stand
point.
rd   Aug.  26.���The  Kenal  penis  gaining   a   reputation    >���-
mountain sheep and moose.
ride on the new
person   within
and Bheep.
An hour s
railroad will take a
reach  of  both   moose
From game hunters who
reached Seward, or passed through en
,���������. t0 cook  Inlel  or to Kodlak on
the last trip ol the steamer
iiK. governmenl collected
���  cense and shipping fees.
En route to Kenal after moose are
The opinions of A. J. Balfour on the P].lm,e gi^ka, of Roumanla and Capt.
old and new forms of the king's dee- Ra<iclyffe, of tho  Hritish   army,   ac-
aratlon, as given In his speech on the companled by many
ond reading oi the amending bill.     W. F
Liberal naper, "The I gentleman,
Portland,
$1,460 in II-
Walles-Falrburn, an
went   to   Kodlak
the   famous    Kodlak
English
Island,
brown
sec
are  called  by  a  Liberal   paper,
..   .I seeking
Balfourinu View."   It will he seen that ; ,)ear
Mr   Balfour leans not to the belief of     captain   Frederick   Guest,   of
British   army,   will   hunl   moose  and
untain sheep in the region ol Lake
the
MORE
PROFITS    I
DAIRY
N
THAN    WHEAT
1   I
The female home fly lays (torn 120 to 150 eggt
*', a lime, and thene mature in two week��. Under
favofable condition* lhe deicendanU *l a tingle
paii will number million! in three month*. ' There-
lore all houiekeepcrt ahould commence wing *
WILSON'S
Fly Pads
early in the season, and thui cut off a large pro
portion of the summer crop.
Bran lon. Aug. 2fi.���K. W
one of the big farmers of Western
Manitoba, stated, after an inspection
of bis farms in the Griswold district:
"It is now evident that early crop
predictions were too pessimistic. We
will have the slightest crop we ever
bad in UiIb part of the country, but
not a losing yield. It will go ten or
twelve bushels to the acre and will
show up well. Late barley ls as fine
as the country ever produced.
"The farmer will profit, too, by tbe
light yields, for they ' will serve to
turn bis attention to stock raising and
other side lines. Scores ot farmers,
intruding myself, are going into dairy
work. There will soon be a noticeable Increase In the production of beef
and butter, the demand for which now
exceeds the supply, This unfavorable season has done more than anything else In the past to convince the
farmers that one-crop plan must be
discarded and more attention given to
side lines that are open for development on the farm."
his relative, Lord Hugh Cecil, but regards the Church of England as Trot-'
estant.
The only point the house   had   to
consider, he said, was how the Prot-'
estant succession could best be pres-,
erved by means of the declaration.
"Nobdy has ever been able to explain to me how it makes you more
secure of having a Protestant sovereign to insist upon his condemning
two particular Roman Catholic doctrines than to Insist that he should
say he is a sincere Protestant.
; (Cheers).
"The honorable member for tho St.
Austell division (Mr. Agai-Hohartes)
attempted to deal with this, but he
ionly advanced one argument. He said
that Charles II had been five years a
Roman Catholic before his death. I
am not quite sure whether that statement rests upon any authentic record.
"What   was   the   honorable   gentle-1
man's argument in Charles II?  It was,
I quite   certain   that   Charles   II   would
I have taken the amended form of dec-
i laratlon,  but  would  not  have  taken
I the original form.    He has had no op-1
| portunity of asking Charles II. (Laughter).   So far as  I  have  heen able to]
: form any idea of tbe character of that J
.distinguished   monarch���(laughter)���1
think if he thought It suited his purpose he would have had no more difficulty  in  dealing  with   the   declaration in one for mthan he would in an-
lother.     (Laughter).     I   think  his  genius would  bave  risen  to  the height
'of the occasion, wliich alternative had I
; been presented to him.    (Laughter).
"Let  the  house   compare   the   two I
declarations.    One specifically  selects
iand, in language which  I believe Ro-1
��� man  Catholic theologians  think  theologically    inaccurate,    condemns    two
'doctrines    of    the    Roman    Catholic!
church.     What   do  you   do   when   you
declare yourself to be a Christian who |
disapproves of tlie whole doctrine and
discipline    of    the    Roman    Catholic j
church.     (Hear,  hear! l
"It is far wider. It is just as strong.
The  whole  origin  of the  word   Prot-1
estant is based upon a  repudiation of
what  we Protestants consider tiie er-
| rors of Rome.   That wns its historical
~ origin, and that has remained its true
��� land   substantial   meaning   ever   since
���the   meaning   that   our   forefathers
; used  when they pul  it   Into   acts   of
parliament,    the    meaning    that    all
;schools  of theologians,  episcopal  and
I non-episcopal,  have  consistently  used
{generation  after generation and cen-
jtury after century.
"I cannot imagine anybody seriously saying that you are more likely to
let in a Roman Catholic sovereign if
you only require him io say that he
is a faithful Protestant than if you
,iequire him to select two particular
dogmas for special condemnation. If
I anybody can show me that in the
smallest degree the ProtestHnt succession is endangered by this modification, I should vote against the government without the slightest hesitation.
"If anybody tells me he thinks In
tho future there are dangers which
Protestants may fear from Roman
Catholics, I do not deny It. ss some
honorable gentlemen on both sides
of the house have told me this afternoon, that the Roman Catholics have
never abandoned their exclusive, of
iwe should say Intolerant, attitude
have never given up the right, when
they think it expedient, in their power, again i agree. Rut tbis is not the
point.
"The point Is, do you weaken the
Protestant succession by these words?
And how you can weaken the Protestant succession by requiring your
monarch to declare that he is a sincere Protestant utterly passes my un
derstanding. (Cheers). Therefore I
have not the least misgiving from the
Protestant point of view as to the proposed change. I shall wall till the
committee stage befoie I finally decide
which of the many alternatives presented to us is the hest, but at present
It seems to me perfectly clear that 1
am bound to vote for the Second leading because I think there ought to be
��� la change. After the Becond reading
_lls passed, whatever the ultimate decision niay be, If It embodies no greater danger to the Protestant succes
sion than the words the right honorable gentleman has proposed  this af(-
Mann Grove
L"affi=>!UEasea:
The cheapest and best located
property in the vicinity of
PORT MANN
mo
Kenal. ... .       .
George  P.  Norton, a  wealthy  reel-
of New  York, and a  noted  big
will  also   hunt   in   the
F.   II.  Osborne,
mountain  sheep
hunter,
dent
game
Lake Kenal country.
will hunt  moose and
n the Kasllof lake region.
SCIENTIFIC    MATING.
Mann Grove Park overlooks New Wc
City and the entire scene of activity
Port Mann.
flinster
in and about
Mew York. Aug. 26.���The time has
'come,  in   the   opinion   of   W.   E3,   D. |
Stokes, when the science of eugenics
should be taught at Vale.   In a letter
to   President   Hadley,   the   millionaire
suggests that study of race cutureand
the  application   of   its    principles    to
'marriage will lead to the physical and
'moral betterment of the hhman race.   <
"Should  not our colleges take up a
I course   of   instruction    nnd    research
'that will open the eyes of our young
men nnd young women?" be asks of
President Hadley.   "Is not progressive
America  now  ripe  for  such  lessons?"
Mr.  Stokes submits  that by   scientific methods the value of horses, cattle and poultry has Increased.    Then
why not, he argues, try to Improve humanity    through    similar    knowledge?
He predicts the day when lt will ho a
public disgrace  to  be  the parents of
any     but    healthy,    intelligent,    well-
formed children.
Mann Grove Park one-fifth acre blocks are cheaper
than adjoining property was sold fur a year a?o
before anything definite regarding Port Mann was!
known.
Mann Grove Park is a very limited tract,���never 1
again will land within a great distance of it be offered
at anything like these prices.
One-fifth Acres, Right Close to B. C. Electric
$200.00 for Inside, and $225.00 for Corners
REID, CURTIS & D0RGAN
706 Columbia Street
Phone 466
1
:
Revelation in
New Westminster
FRED DAVIS "The man who saves you money" has caused a
revelation in furniture prices, and he has been ordered out of
town by a combination of furniture men, but will fight them to
the last inch. To show that he will clo what he says, he will
give another.
Special Reduction of 10 per cent
on every article in the. store, on Saturday
"Nuff Said"
FRED DAVIS
"The man who
655 Front Street
saves
tt
you money
New Westminster
jmmmmm
***mmmmm*m!*m***m0m>mmmi*.
?'"!'."_"'iernoon carry wlth them, then I think
ithe Protestant succession is as safe as
[acts of parliament, oaths, and declarations      can      (posBlhly      make      it."
(Cheers).
USED   HIS   TOE.
Hindu   Employed  a   Novel   Method  to
Make Imprint on Bank Deposit Slip.
Ico. Cal., Aug.   2(1.���Identification
C
was made ���easy at a leading
Chieo bank a few days ago when a
Hindu squatted down on the floor,
Jerked off his hose and used the great
toe of his right foot for stamping an
impression on the deposit slip. Thc
Hindu signatures all look alike to
bank cashiers, who use thumb imprints as an additional means of Iden
tltlcatlon ln cases where depositors
hail from the Far Kasr. nut this sys
tem could not be followed out In thli>
ease, because the would-ha depositor's hands, which had been scalded.
wero tied up ln bandages.
5-Acre Blocks on the Tram Line
Revenue Producing Right Now
Finest of Soil
All Cleared and Under Cultivation
Price $175 per acre and up
Terms One-Fifth Cash
Balance Spread Over Three Years
The above is a sound investment and we can
safely say that in two short years it will produce from the land itself the full value paid
for it. We say to you, "Investigate This,"
and get full particulars of our fine offer. The
terms are easy and need give you no trouble.
See Us Today.
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The People's Trust Co.,
PHONE 646
451 COLUMBA STREET
LIMITED
ADVERTISE    IN    THE   DAILY
i te'    ., vm^^^P^resvp*
I
Iat
urdaV
AUGUST 27, 1910.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.
Ffor D��MiN!C
Youths
ON   NAVY.
VVill    Soon    Have
Cn31,1, 11,,,   youths   ol
Ii. A e   ,,'; fourteen
be given no.
,,:, officers in the
[Ualgen8elecUon will be
tan na*-   piitive   examinations,
comltiucted by the Civil
     .   ;,,,, at the places and
',!���. October civil ser
., i -
���
held  through-
ti7irt> boys whoob-
,,    win gain the
idlan naval col.
two-years' course.
the two years
. living expenses
I     "     *700 fl)|-
coucge course the
ori the vessels of
pay. Afte, three
i blpmen thoy|
,, tmnlsslons as sub-
the naval col-
, 8ons or British
Have  resided   In
'  ,'   ��� two years. They musl
t0 give then
i lV) after grad
te ���  In conn*
nation "ill be   ���
���,   -   will   be
- , ei >    gri d
Sp, ..inc.es. with a little sur
fer examination in ui il bei tatlcs.
Candidates may wi Ite tlieir examinations in either French or English.
Bul where pup< rs are w ritten in
French i here will be u paper on English, and where they are written in
English there wlll be a paper on
French.    Tin re- wlll no      . ��� an
clenl   lan ;uage Evi rj   > ear   after
i hi    there  ��������������� 111 be fifti
in  as  students al   ft    naval   ci
after competitive i '.as.     The
course  in   the nava    i illeg i  will
Kin In October,
I.i-
PAROLE     FOR     '//OMAN.
Mother of Child Born In Penitentiary to Be Released.
Kingston, Ont., Aug. 28.���Mrs. La-
Jole, of Hull, sentenced to Berve seven yi li Ik penitent! iry, for cruelty to hei little boy, Is to be i ile ������ I
on parole. Abul a year ago wliil in
pi Isoi ; e ' a ��� e bli tli to a child which
:    In   good  health aad wlll  be taken
.   I     ���  ������   moi her,   when   she
granti i  her 11 leai e this week.
Is
PIES   ARE    -DOPED.'
Harrlsbui 21     Dali      and
Food   Comml      mer   Font I.   hai
covered thai  even  the homely  p
being    adulferati tl.      Vrn twenty
suits ordered  to be ���       ed     i PI
burg  for   ��� ol   the  pure  food
laws wei e half u dozen foi i he u e of
v. hi i   were  Kan,'.n  as  "pie   filler,"  a
coi < Hon   of   illegal    materials    d>
ed  to fatten   up    I h m  pa  I ry and
make ll   look like I be n , The
;    .        ed .a coal tai    dy<
Two "i 11.' ; ��� ' lo ' ��� dered ai e
tor the - ol nip barl pn paratlons
for makii       ���-      t drinl    fiiamy.
DALAI   LAMA   ENTERS
PEKIN    OVER   GATES
WHITE AND BLACK
IN SOUTH AfRICA
Interesting Sketch on Sociological Condition in New
Confederation.
In   Memory   of   Goldwin   Smith.
Ri I 28. ���A   tabli
ba     been   placed   al   i lie  bii i hpli i
Dr.  Cloldwin   Sn I
Bi rlin, Aug. 28 The Dalai Lama Is
now al Pekin, and the chief of the
Buddhists has not reached the celestial capita] without trouble. The .
were obstacles I bat had to be sarin, unfed literally. His saintly character and ollice would not permit of
any objeel being Interpo ed bei ween
him and Heaven. The Chinese Intel-
led was quite canal i i the i
An artist i ainted a cam as sky. and
ii wai ttached to the i ��� e gate
bul iI e Dalai Lam i would be no party
to tlis pioui fraud. Such a bter-
fuge was nworl ��� of high office. Al
the dlffic ill ..a ovi con e by
erectii     an 1 a   on   each
...    thi        e, and this i eans,
his holini       ��� '���  'he   (Valla
he city, ��Ith    no   obje ;  bei ween
���
*m7Trwa*^z&��**a*t\jto**^ rsjufflwaa
The Remarkable Progress of the
0 DEVtLO
I '    'I'  -        '*
Have been unprecedented in the history of the
Oil Industry.
Full possession to all of this Company's immense
holdings was not completed until the 20th of June
-Just two months ago.
Since that date the Company has installed machinery for two flowing oil-wells; has commenced
and is already far advanced with the construction
of a Refinery on the ground ; and has shipped Nine
Miles of piping to convey the product of their Oil
wells to tide-water.
Can this record of progress for two months be
beaten ?
The present week will see the stock of the
Amalgamated Development Co. quoted upon one
or more of the local Stock Exchanges. Watch the
RISE.
Price of Stock: One and
Two  Dollars per  Share
Apply to:
Auld, Gwin & McClarty
518 Hastings Street, West Telephone 4327
The Tr..:; vaal  Leader of Johannesburg, in a special number celebrating
Ithe  union of South  Africa, publli hed
Imany articles and sketches relative to
the history of the milts now making
; the new confederation.   One nr these
artich s by P. J. Hannon, late superintendent of agi [culture co-operation in
Cape Colony, was as follows:
The European workman In South
Afi lea oi uples a position widely differentiated from his fellows In any
pari of the world, in the Qeld i I la
bor he i omes Into constanl conl icl
and i ��� quentlj Inl > competition with
the co  in I and nai Ive population, and
��� ���   e     rilj   in the presence oi  pi     Ib
do Ij   dangerous to   his
ecom i ���    lency,   bul   antagonistic
��� i the fullest  realization of his moi tl
forci        a cil Izi n.
The   twi ucture   of    S iuth
Afrli   a society i t he labor pi ob
e ol     : ei lai  difl cu ��� th
white who n iturally and prop
erly an  i
I    ���     d clvill
e [ confronte
the    ������ e tin  ��� with the pre   li I
��� alrj    ni   the
es   in   the  field  of
it 	
1   wide apa
c
������   ���  .
hardl
t obser-
!   from   the
<
���   done of
���
en i    ponsible for
of   a united   coiir-
th and tl ����� adjusl menl of the
e    Ive inb      I    of ioctal o
hich  have hll herto been  tri ite I  on
entiri ly   i ;      eni   political,   ecoi
ind moral principles is admittedly the
mosl  se    iu    obstacle to any civ
hensive form of federal or  unit;
government.    Bul  the solution of the
I multitude   of   complex   Issues   which
affe ' lng the native may he
ed i'i remain with the politicians.
The immi ditae Bubjei I of vital Inter-1
est   is:     What   must   the    white    man
|who wOrks with his hands do to maintain his prestige in the labor world of
South  Africa?
The question is really and vitally of
far more importance and of infinitely more far-reaching portent to the
South African white workman and ids
children than, l tear, be has troubled
to understand, is the white workman in South Africa to treat mere
physical exertion an 1 its money equivalent as something unworthy of the
caste which he automatically creates
for himself? Is the man who labors
eleven hours per day in a British foun- ���
dry, who do"s Ills "shifts in a South
Wales mine or a North Wales quarry,
who wearies himself from light to
idark in a Yorkshire cornfield, entitled
! when he goes to South Africa to look
upon maniiel labor as a responsibility
to be transferred from his own shoulders to the inferior race which has
never known the methods and economies of organized industry ?
The answer to these queries largely,
if not entirely, rests in the white
worker's own hands, and the matter
in which he proceeds to ileal with the
considerations involved will largely
determine his future domination in
tlie sphere of skilled craftsmanship in
South Africa. Work is always a factor of production, whether discharged
in the presence of lower caste unskilled operatives or not, and Its economic
value ls determined with reference to
the same principles of efficiency
wheresoever the worker is employed.
If the white workman in South Africa continues to look upon unskilled
labor as beneath him, he will, perhaps,
unconsciously, but nevertheless certainly, close completely the doors
wliich admit him to what he now regards as his special domain in skilled
labor. In many branches of Industrial activity, and more especially
those offering the largest opportunities for the exploitation of labor in
South Africa, the rough laborer tends
gradually to become the skilled workman, and the conditions are in many
respects favorable ior such promotion, but if the unskilled laborer is
not prepared to take his place In tbe
employment which offets him an opening, he is not. merely inviting tlie colored man to supplant him, but ls opening up avenues whereby the native
readies a standing which excludes the
white altogether.
I think it may be said that the stat
us of  what   is called  the  ���poor  white"
in Si u li Vfi li a Is the mosl pil [able ol
anything that can be quoted in labor
cli cles throughout i he world. He ap-
parontlj   prefers the Kimdlc
id       ���"���:��� it e> istence to re aun-
eratlvi I, and  i he  pi etexl   tor this
horrible d< avitj la tl | ea iei
the native or colored worker upon the
farm or in tbe mine. How Ion li
ihla blind pride of caste to kill Initiative, stiiic Industry, . nd pollute 11 e
sprint's of Snath African national
lite?
This aspect of the labor problem Is
naturally of arc ;t consequence In relation  to immigration and  land settlement, and it Is hardly conceh aide thai
the extern lon of farming and rural Industries   anl   the   increase   of   population  upon  the land can  be definitely
undei taken, as has Been the c u e In
Canada and Australia, with ���anj   real
meu lure  i     buci ess  while the  European laborer maintains his present attitude  towards    physical    toll.      The
great colon! s mentioned haie advanced with unprecedented rapidity in the
past  twentj  years, entirely on account
nf the emiently  practical and statesmanlike way In which the settlement
of the people upon the land  has heen
le hi with, bul it musl noi be forgotten thai the white settler was neither
���I-. 1 nor afraid to woi k .and was
:   with   no  preiexl   to enable
hlm :n avoid it.    Every South African
thai   it   Is nonle  io  work,  bul
.   a rule, thai  somebody else
gl     .  effeel   to   this   greal    practical
truth.
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital   Paid   Up    $5,000,000
Reserves     $5,900,000
The Hank has Branches in
Cai ��� {tending from  the At
lantic to the Pacific; In Cuba
throughout the island: also in
Porto Kieu. Bahamas, Xew York
and   London,   Kngland.
Cut respondents in all parts
of the Globe, thi s affording
every Banking facility.
L.
M.  RICHARDSON, Managei
New Westminster Branch
���������
J. NEWS0ME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
ancl Decorators.
Estimates Given. Phone 5G7
MANY    JAPANESE    AEROAD.
Nearly Half of All Away  From  Home
Are   Iii   United   States.
n  the  field  ofl    Tl v "   A '' '��� 2fi " Th" "     '  '" "'"lv
tatlstlcs  of  the  Japane e
that tin   number of
oad i i as follows:
In tl e  rid:   , 7". I;   Peru,
Philip] inc.;.   1.-
J0,000;   I I 000;
Ca
: 150; total,
1160.1
214   Sixth   Avenue
NEW WESTMINSTER :
B. C.
SANITARY    NOTICE.
All   rubbish   and  gai bai e muat be
ed    to   I he   fool    of   Sixteenth
streel and Fifth avenue, where it will
be burned i,\ the coi poratlon.
Any person or persons  who dump
". e   or   i ubblsh   ol  any   kind on
any othei sl reel oi ii' eriue or on any
v acanl   lol   or   public   propi rty
will    be    pi oi ' cuted   and' r    the   pro-
Vlsions of the  Sanitary  I'.ylaw,
By order, S. J.  PEARCE,
Sanitary Inspector.
City Hall, June 13. 1910.
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Six-room Modem House, on car line, Columbia Street. Has Cement Foundation.
Price,  $2,500,   $1,200 Cash, bai.  to  ar-
EXCLUS1VELY BY���
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609  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
Eburne.   B. C. ^^m
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
HUNGARIAN JEWEI $6.50 per bbl.
IMPERIAL       $6.75   per  bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl-
McQuarrie & Co.FL0UR AND FEED ME*C"ANT3
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone SSS.
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Weekday Schedule
6:20,  6:50,  7:20,
Cars leave Westminster for Vancouver at  5:50
8:00 and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cars leave Vancouver for Westminster   at   5:50.  6:50,   7:20,  8:00
and every half hour thereafter until 11:30 p. m.
Return  Fare:   Adults,  60c;   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  Kates:   Return fare. 50c;  children, 25c.
Freight Schedule���Freight cars leave Westminster for Vancouver
at 7:20 a. m., 11:20 a. m. and 3:20 p. m. Freight cars leave Vancouver for Westminster at 9:20, 1:20 and 5:20.
CITY   AND   SAPPERTON   LINE.
City  Limits  Line���20-mlnute sorvice from 5:40 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-mlnute  service from 8 a.m. to 11:20 p.m.
Sapperton   Line���20-mlnute   service from 6:10 a.m. to 11:80 p.m.
Sunday   Service���20-minute  service from 8:10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
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LOTS
A A Choice Building Lot on corner Fourth
fvenue and Fourth Street, all cleared. 1 rice
$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 .oOU
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. 10, 12 and 15 inch carriages. Small Cash Payment of $5 per month.
Call in and see one.
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WHITE, SHILES & CO., New Westminster Agents
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THE DAILY NEWS.
ATURDAY, AUGUST
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TOOLS
Our stock of Carpenters' Tools
is complete, and prices are the
lowest. Come in and let us
show you.
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
EASTMANS DEPENDABLE NON-
CURLING FILMS with you and you
can enjoy every moment of this year's
vacation all over again at any time.
KODAKS from $10 up.
BROWNIES from $1 to $12.
Sep our special prizes for the Provincial Exhibition tills fall.
We can explain your errors artd will
be pleased to do so.
Curtis Drug Store
Kodaks and Supplies
Spectacles, from 50c.
Phones:     43;     Long    Distance,    7-1;
Residence,  72.
New    Westminster,    B.   C.
Breakfast At
The Royal Cafe
To begin a day well Is a feature which usually marks success for the rest of the day. You
wake up sometimes with "no ap-
petlte" feeling, and the outlook
for the doing of a good day's
work looks bad. That's the time
you need a well cooked meal.
Something that wlll please the
palate and create -an appetite.
Begin the day well by having a
good breakfast, and you "will be
fortified for the after hours on
duty. Come to the ROYAL for
breakfast, where everything Is
of the best dellciously cooked
and nicely served.
The Royal Cafe
604 Columbia St., Phone 375
Chocolates!
A Fresh Supply
of Webb's Just
Arrived.
T. A. MUIR & CO.
DISPENSING CHEMISTS
Deane  Block���Four  Doors  East
of Bank of Montreal.
A Bpeclal matinee for children will
lie given at the opera house this afternoon, when pictures peculiarly interesting to the youngsters will be
shown,
Pot plants and fresli cut flowers
at Tidy's store.    Phsne 184. **
The firemen were given a run to a
little fire at the rear of the Royal
City cleaning and dyeing works yesterday.
Port Mann acreage, exclusive sale.
National Finance Co. **
Some of the members of the city
council will meet this morning to
look over the down town streets on
which it is proposed to build concrete
sidewalks.
Edison and Victor records for September are now on salt at J. H.
Todd's music house. **
Although fishermen are out on the
river every day very few cohoes have
heen caught in the Fraser yet. The
fish dealers expect the cohoes to be
plentiful in a day or two.
The Central livery stables. S. H.
Thompson, proprietor, lias added an
auto to his equipment.   Phone KIT. **
Call at National Finance Co.'s office
re Port Mann. We have large exclusive listings. **
There will be a meeting of the residents of Edmonds on Thursday even,
ing to discuss the laying of sidewalks
in the municipality. The meeting had
been called for yesterday evening, but
was adjourned.
If you are selling your- household
furniture by auction call up Hatt-
Cook, the auctioneer. Phone 550; who
will get you A-l results and settle
"up within twenty-four hours." Established over two years. ���*
In connection with St. Alban's
church. Burnaby, a garden fete will
tie given on the grounds of L. Claude
Hill's residence, Burnaby lake, where
afternoon tea and supper will be served. Carriages will convey visitors
from the corner of Douglas and Edwards streets to the grounds.
For carnations, sweet peas and
dahlias, phone Davies greenhouse.
R 20S. **
Mrs. S. F. Marks. Agnes street, entertained yesterday evening in honor
of Miss I. Johnston, of Winnipeg.
Holton E. Sands hr.s nsyiui taken up
the Oliver typewriter agency in this
city.   He will also represent the Canadian  Home  Investment  company,    oi
| Vancouver.
If you want to hire an auto, ring tip
the    Central    livery    stables.    Phone
Bargains in all lines at Fales', the
reliable furniture dealer. **     j
As an aftermath of the finish of the
sockeyo season six drunks appeared
In the police court yesterday and were
fined $2.50 and costs each. Dhulippa |
Singh was fined $10 for assault upon
a fellow Hindu. I
Matinee at the opera house on Sat-1
urday at 2:30.   Specially for children.
Admission five cents. ������
For a pleasaat cool Irlak. try tho
Ice Cream Sodas at Thf Royal 0��fo. **
Mrs. James S. .Gifford wlll  receive
for the first time since her marriage [
at her home, Fourth avenue, between i
First and Second stieot, on Thursday
afternoon, from three to six o'clock.
Mann Grove park is tbe cheapest and '
altogether the best located property
close to Port Mann. Prices less than
adjo icing lots' sold a year ago. Ose-
fifth iotie blocks with superb Tiew,
$225 for corners and $200 for Imide.
Choicest lots will go first. See us.
Held. Curtis & Dorgan, 706 Columbia
street. **
Mr. and Miss Burnett, of Elora,
Ont., are in tlid city, guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Henley, Eighth street.
Davles greenhouse Is the' pl&ee to
get bouquets, floral designs and all
kinds of cut flowers,    l'tioue ft 208. ������
"H. B. F. Lane and R. R. Crelghton,
of Ottawa, have just finished audit ing
the hooks al the penitentiary and left
for the east yesterday. They have
been here about a month, but as this
was their first visit for over two years
the population at the penitentiary
has increased to such an extent, in
that time that they found plenty of
work to occupy their time. As far as
is known they found everything at the
penitentiary satisfactory. From here
they go to Edmonton where they wlll
audit the books of the penitentiary
and then they wlll do the same work
at Stony Mountain Manitoba, before
returning to the east.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gosnell and Mrs.
,T. McLean, of Blenheim. Ont, were
guests of M. W. Grant, Fifth street,
I his week.
Five acre lots in Port Mann. See
National Finance Co. **
The secretary of the board of trade
has received letters from tlie Bristol
incorporated chamber of commerce
and shipping and the Mersey docks
and harbor board, thanking him for
literature sent them.
Buy in Port Mann now. For real
snaps see National Finance Co.     **
Invitation to the parlor of W. E.
Fales tonight. IBS Agnes street.
Everybody welcome. **
Miss Myrtle Mack left yesterday for
Alberni, Vancouver Island, where she
will teach school.
A small fire at the rear of the resl
dence of Thomas Turnbull on Ninth
street gave the firemen a run about
two o'clock this morning. There was
practically no damage done and the
blaze was easily extinguished.
Cheap round trips will be made on
the river on Saturdays by the steamer
Transfer,    commencing    today.      The,
boat leaves at two o'clock. **
The police magistrate will  have    a I
busy session    this    morning.    Joseph ;
Evans Marry, who appeared yesterday
on a charge of forgery,    and    whose
case was adjourned, will appear again
this morning.   He passed a worthless
check for $35 on the proprietors of the I
Townsend shingle mill, tind is also accused of obtaining money under false
pretences   on   another   check.     Then i
SCHOOL
SALE
A sale of great Importance to parents desirous of saving money in the    purchasing    of
school  clothing.    The  demands for new clothes will be apparent when  the  children start to
anticipation of such demands and  in  order that  we  may clear out every washable garment
servi
ceable
school.  |n
cided to place our entire range of children's goods on sale.    Bring the  children   in  and try on
mets.    Prices will afford you  a  pleasant surprise.
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The Public
Supply Stores
Daddies
Sauce
Have you tried
it ? If not, you
have missed a
treat.
If served with
meat or fish, it
makes it more
appetizing o n
account of its
piquant and
pleasant flavor,
Try a bottle.
BOYS9 AND GIRLS9
SCHOOL HOSIERY
25c PER PAIR
Special For The Big School Sale
Boys' Heavy Hercules and Rock Rib Cotton Hose; all sizes, six to ten
inch.   Regular prices 30c to ISGc.    On Sale, per pair   25c
Ribbed Cashmere, Union Cashmere   Hose;   double   knees,   sizes   6   to
8%.    Regular pi ice 35c.    Special for the school sale, per pair   25c
Tan Cotton Ribbed Hose; boys and girls' heavy rock ribbed .i.nd fine
Princess ribbed; sizes 6 to 10 inches. Regular prices 30c and 35c. All
sizes.    Special for the School Sale, per pair   25c
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One Lot White Dresses
95c Each
Regular Values $1.25 to $1.75.
A special lot of odd sizes. French dresses. Russian dresses and oxer-
all st>les: all nicely trimmedand finished in every way. The lot
to clear, each    95c
Boys' Coat Sweaters
* special in..  0[ u,m. kn.
ted sweaters, coal style wltb
side pockets; colors, pre-.
with cardinal facing, navy
h cardinal and grey .i-i,
maroon. They are heavy and
strong; slaes suitable for
boys up to 12 yeara of age.
Special price, each  95t
Special Notice
To The Boys
About the kind of sweaters
ihey like. We havp added
to our stock ,i full range of
Dne ribbed woollen Jerseys
and sweaters In cardinal,
iavy aud white. Also tine
cashmere     Jerseys   in   all
si/<-3.
Girls' Buster Coat Sweaten
$1.25 each. All sizes anl
colors in small girls' Buster
coat sweaters.
Girls' White
Duck Sailor Suits
$1.75  Each.
Suits of extra good qu lilt;
the few remaining   ate on
sale at  this    special   price.
Regular   values  (2.50.   Your
choice,   e.ich    $1,"5
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
ROLLER CRASH 5c PER  YARD
The last opportunity to buy this pure linen roller towelling at this price. We were fortunate em
to procure another lol  containing about  460 yards.    This amount will  be sold  oul  as quickly
of the previous lots so b:' early If you desire a supply,   on sab.' Friday anil Saturday, per yard 	
> ��T  PAYS  TO ADVERTISE
T ��^E    ,0 K I L Y NEWS
Some Special Snaps
 THESE WILL MAKE YOU MONEY	
5 lots on Second street.   Excellent view.   Streets on three sides  < i
of this  property.    $350 each.  Terms.
10 lots extending from First to Second street. This property
Is especially well situated. Streets on three sides, and lane at rear.
Price $350 each.    Terms.    INVESTIGATE.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
5eorge Penyler and Dan McLaggan,
two half breeds who got Into a row
on the Great Northern wharf yesterday, wlll answer a charge of fighting.
The charge against Penyler may be
amended this morning, but he went
down in the book yesterday afternoon
as heing drtirik and fighting, using
abusive language and resisting arrest.
Look into the show window of
Fales' furniture store today. **
Special matinee for children at the
opera house on Saturday afternoon at
2:30.   Admission five cents. **
Astronomer Is Dead.
San Francisco, Aug. 2(1.���Charles
Barton Hill, formerly an assistant
professor at the I.Ick Observatory on
Mount Hamilton, and a member of the
United States coast and geodetic survey. Is dead at his home here. I!o
was 47 years old.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to Monday, September 12, 1910, 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 necessarily accepted.
j. w. Mcdonald, sec.
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STORAGE
H. P. VIDAL & CO.
Market Square
PHONE
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The Westminster Modern Business
610 Columbia Street. il. L. Bouck,
Principal
The Central Hotel Cafe
Opposite B. C. E. R. Depot
25c - Merchants Lunch - 25c
CHOICE COOKING
PROMPT SERVICE
IT  PAY8 TO  ADVERTISE
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CANADIAN   PACIFY  RAIL-WAY
Commencing Sunday. ^^Ji'Qi
train for Kootenay. Bt,    ��        d ofl
cngo will  leave at K>UJ
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Passengers' for  Port. ��2* ���"__
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