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 lite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
kEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
ULUME 2, NUMBER 229
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAV MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1907
e, Shiles & Co
' R^AjL ESTATE
Phone 85
tdging of the Exhibits Commenced
nm exhibits    scotch held sway   EXPERTS RACK THEIR BRAINS
IN KEEN COMPETITION       ON GREEN OVAL ta ��r. ffT ���r
kits, Flowers, Vegetables, Highland    Sports    Proved 	
Grain,   Roots,   Minerals,     Immense Success���Prizes
Etc., Weil Represented. Won by Amateur Athletes Universal   Excellence  of  Exhibits   Makes  Awarding  of
    Prizes   Very    Difficult   Task -Splendid    Attractions
Draw Big Crowds   to Provincial Exhibition Grounds
GRAND CONCERT DREW  TRUSTEES FAVOR
CAPACITY HOUSE    CITY NIGHT SCHOOLS
Scottish Entertainment Was Convention Brought to a
Triumph for Organizors��� Close���Thanks Tendered
Every   Artiste   Encored.     By Delegates.
The  Twin  Towns.
The districl wchlbits are again v-..
to ii,c front  in tiiis exhibition.
I   .  ,.:ii   tin'    competition    grows
, ,: ;uid keener and each district
;.   , m" >   point  to get ahead of
others   Edmonton ami Strath & aa
, seal down, undr the managem. al
J. L  Parte,  whi) bus  been  co.hu I :
..;���:, , rieiiii: lon work for the | s I
(fieei   wars, and for the pasl  three
ars taken charge of 11w Edmonton
t_ strathcona exhibit   here, au ex-
i;-iv.- exhibit  <if field  produce and
i ���   products ot the upper country,
long which may be mentioned oat.-..
i   j   wheat,   both tall  and  sp In
i   irown grass, alfalfa, tus*c, clo-
,:..! timothy,   in garden produce
1    "X.riieit  amongst   other    things
|a:rem flat peas with a pul in of four-
en te : and  i e triple of broad beans
fim   Inches  long in  ]x>d     Btith  of
ue samples were grown by Major
amonger, of Strathooaa.   Tbey also
Iblbil   samples   of    <iia_i,   from     the
Ihlte Star Coal   mini'.
Langley.
iLangley exhibit is in charge of w.
lcAila.ni,  who   makes  the   statement
Lt thfiy are   possessed  of   the  only
feese factory    in British    Columbia
certainly   tbe.y   have   some   very
looking cheese in their exhibit,
I': also show alfalfa three feet long
limn  from  seed   this year  and   tim-
���     -��� "it  fet   long.    They .are  mak-
ie  speciality   of   their   exhibit   of
tatoes,  of  which   tbey   are   showing
>'_)'.-1'it.ht   varieties;  they are also
owing ,i special gluss case of'Woolf
'���'"    ipples,   and   e   line   exhibit,  of
'������'���'i-- planl   and grain.
Coquitlam.
riiariam  holds  tlle sanu   spat/'  as
." er and   has a   very   neat   little
I'Wl ��ill Qlled with the product of
If dlrtrict, amongst which arasome
Hue .pecimens of root.--, as we'd
'��� 'al show of field and garden
!'" 'imi    home made .jams aid
Nelsc.n
l-V:-<>.i! makes its stinngaatjpoint iv
'b">- "f which luscious fruit  ii hai
���i verj good exhih-tt, with a back-
[' ottled traits Kini graii 9 verv
I'i aroanged.
Chiiliwack
pilllwacfc shows ui' good ..again.
1 ' 'ine' -f xliiii��� 1 ni'.',!.l.\ arrange l
1 the direction of (.;. .1. Thornton,
has evidently bad almost unlimit-
supplies at his couomand. The
h waj] la ..:, corated ,v ith grasses
eralns, th�� .traw brigb; and clear
"' ''reins  plump and   well   (filed.
int lu !��� s  a   ekoiee   Belec-
"tied I aits, home cured ba-
m hums, home made .witter a,id
s "' tbi  pi   iiii't nr two cream
���n|1 ;i tub�� of milk from A. I
8 '"���'> 1 ee. Jersey cow*, -Showing
" y  cent ol butter r.at:  whil*
""'l '��� covered with root* ant.
uth
Mission.
''  M"n Iris  b  muck  smaller rpaes.
h;is '��� w,.)i ailed with a gooel coi-
I   "' "! ^uit, butter, honey, grape*,
11al produce.
Richmond.
N and fu
yesterdaj   afternoon  wi -���    Scotchmen     daj   . ���  the   rail   ground,   and
ndei   tb    guiding lian I of a  1 ompi
tenl       ��� mittee  beadi d   by   the Rev.
'������   E,  Vert, the Scottish  games em 1
tn Ing ��������� re conducted In a most In-
: ir.   Thousands oi peo-
���   BUed the bi ats 'n th" grand stand
or  lined  the  fence  to
watch the racing, the feats of strength
in   throwing   heavy   weights,   tossing
Me-   1 aln r, etc.
Th< games commenced promptly at
2 o'clock, and although 'each event
'a as pulle i ofl in order and ��Ithoui
in lue delay between acts, 1 it was
a- , ��� ly six o'clock before 1 be fine] fea-
wa ��� decide 1. The games were
conducted under the auspices of the
Lord of the isles camp No. 191, thn
nations   <  ei- Ionian rules governing.
In nearly every event there were
from three to six entries,thereby giving the r impetltions unusual Interest, the valuable prizes offered for
competition creating an eager incen-
j tive to win in the minds of the various competitors.
Quite a number of prizes were carried away by u P, Qgilvle, of Vancouvi i. while F. i__. McConnell, of tins
Vancouver Athletic club, and ~ ^F.
Ferguson Of lhe Vancouver Y.M.C.A.
were also prominent winners.
Excellent music was furnished all
'." afternoon a> the Vancouver Fillers' banei of same twenty musicians.
The officers of the day were:
Rev. A. l'_. Vert, district deputy
grand   chief   chairman .juid   starter.
Clerk of amuse, A.  Ad ims.
Referee, A. Junes.
Announcer,   Qeorge McMurphy.
Markers, \v Sutherland, J. lios*.
.1.   MaKj.
Judges of .field and track events, A,
W. Gray, .1. ri. Ra<. George Adams.
.1. McNiwan
Judges ei pipe music. Dune ui Macrae, ! 1. FCObeTtson, Innis Adams, Hou
Mackie aad W. Uffluhart.
Judges cl dancing, K. Beeton, .loin
E. Siucriie.  11. xYecKinnon
i'1eld secretaries, J, Rorrester, J.
Mulrhead
Time' Ltaeper, JVC. 1 Gifford
Following were the events, the winners, and a_�� prizes:
Games���Throwing  16-lb. Hammer.
I. Vi'. P. Ogllvie, sugar cruet; 2, It.
I.. Einslee*, 3-piece cruet; 3, A. McDonald, batter kiifSe. Distance 96 ft.
" in.
rtalf   Mire-  Race.
i. 11. J. Kiiins. cluck; 2, n S.Hyde,
jam jar; :', J. c. McDonald, Xi w Westminster, berrj spoon.
Tos^mg  tire  Cnber.
1, Mr, Kip]., stiver s|ioon: 2. N. McDonald, pair Stiver wilts; ;.. I'.. I..
Emslee, berrj spoon, Distance i35
ft,   1   in.
One Huntfred Yard  Race.
1. vi. \v. Ferguson, > .M.C.A., ellver
dish; __, F. D. MeOonnell, V.A.C, cut
glass water dish; 3, Mr. McMillan, v.
M.C.A., lum bon dWh.   Thne 10% ��en,
^utting  16 1h.  Hammer.
1, W.  P. Ogilvie,    syrup jug   t.nd
i-ray: 2, V. Flood, tors I""; 3, A. 14c-
(Conrlnued on Page S��ven.)
Ten   thousand and  twenty-live  peo
ple passed  through  ;h-   turnstiles at
Queen's park yesterday.    For the set
ond  day  of a  Provincial  exhibition,
this comes very near ;ee establishing
a record, but ii the weather wlu only
keep   line,   the   attendance     will     Im
trebled  before the emi of the wee]
On Saturdaj It la expected that about
twenty-five   thousand   will   attend  the
I exhibition i:i  order    to   witness  the
-nni  Tecumseh-New Westminster la-
crosse match.
In ad departments of the exhibition
a great deal of interest is being taTfrn
by visitors, and the number o'f questions which have to be answered in
the course of a day is almost beyond
computation. The resources of the
province were never better exemplified than at the Fair grounds, where
can be Been agricultural displays,���
abundant proofs of nature's lxwnii-
tude���mineral e.xkit'i..., torn from the
bowels of Cue earth by daring prospectors; splendhl cattle and horses���
eisualb'il. perhaps, but surpassed never; and the ten thousand other attractive displays thai tend to form
One component whole of the Provincial exhibition of 1907.
The   BeteCtlon  of  prisy  Winners  iu
the different classes lagan in ea,rnes1
.. Bterday, and from now on the
. idges ami experts will have a busy
time picking out the winners. Their
work is rendered doubly difficult owing to the fact that almost all of the
exhibits are of such a high standard1
thai it Is almost impossible to determine which i.s entitled to the premier:
place, Time and again yesterday the
exhlbita had to be looked at and crit-
Icallj examined three or four times
bi .ore a decision could be renden '.
bul In every case it is safe to say tha!
the judges made the wisest selection,
I even the defeated competitors admitting that in point of excellence the1
winners might Ix? able to lead by a
lew points���but to the ordinary In-
j dividual, it was very, very hard to de-
ftermlne where the difference was ho-
, ticeable.
The attractions for today Include'
the Vancouver-Maple Leaf lacrosse
j match, and a number of smaller fea-
I hires that appeal to the pleasure-
'. loving section of the patrons of the
I exhibition. Tomorrow the jiu jitsu
championship   will    attract    to    th"
grounds hundreds of Asiatics, eager
to cheer the champion of Japan on
to victory.
i SHOW REFLECTS        ! LIBERALS IN CONVENTION
CREDIT ON ORGANIZERS     FORM NEW ASSOCIATION
O.vcr one hundre 1 .md fifty entries
were received for tbe tirst New West
minster Kennel club dog snow, and
almost every canine entered put In
an appearand yesterday. The reBult
ot this m w departure In connection
with the Provincial exhibition *s a
greai Improvement upon the poultry
s.imv, which had been detrlorattng
.for years past, and which was cancelled ibis yea: because of tht lack
.of support in a: the last two or three
exhibitions. The dog show leaped into popularity at one bound, and bids
iaii io become ore of the most inter-
tfistlng features of the greatest exhibition  In  Western Canada.
The judging of the dogs was commenced yesterday afternoon, but had
"... lie' a .undone.! on account of thi
���variv darkness, In many cases, there
���was very close oompetition between
���ib" several entries In the various,
��d asses.
The Opera house was Qlled to IU
Utmost capacltj last night, to listen
to the Scottish concert, gotten up under thi auf plcee oi the exhibit .0,1 dl-
:. ��� toi a ami the Lord - of th i iBles
camp, e.n behalf of whom the Rev, A.i
: . Vert has been working so Indefati
gably the past tew weeks in 01 ler to
gatner the best of talent.
That the concert would prove a
buge success was apparent from the
very first number, when the pipers of
Vancouver aroused the house to enthusiasm with the"Oock u'the North.";
K. Morrison, tenor, sang With great
taste and feeling. "Alton Waters."
obtaining a well merited encore.while
an old favorite In Miss Ella Walker
rendered "Bonnie Dundee" with all
the vim and dash necessary for this
stirring song, but the piece de resis-,
lance was the magnificent singing of
Ben Waddell, who sang "Annfe Laur-
le" as only a great tenor can, his
beautiful bell-like notes falling -upon
the audience in one uweet flow of mei-'
ody.
.1. Henderson and A. McKay, with
the Misses Mary and Lizzie lsdale,
danced the "Reel of Tulloch'. Thlu
graceful dance brought down tbe |
bouse, the applause being so Insistent
that the Misses lsdale gave a Scottish reel "on their own" as an en-
I core.
; McGregor's (lathering." a warlike
song of the years gone by, was sung
by .1. ti. Brown, ,a baritone, who gave
it full justice.
Miss Walker and Ben Waddell toi-
I lowed with Holder's duet, ""Lassie
wad yo loe ma," after an encore of
which. Miss M. Vert presented Miss
Walker with a handsome bouquet of
tlowers. A new feature for a Scott'sh
night was introduced when the Misses
lsdale danced the Spanish campanet-
t.i  with the national castanets, au iu-
Tlre 11. C. Association of School
Trustees brought its convention to a
dose ..esti relay evening with a meeting held in the council charriber, P.
Peebles presi ling,
Night  Schools  Wanted.
C, E. Hope proposed "That it is
in the Interests of education that the
scope of the school laws of this province be broadened so as to include the
support of night schools in such' centres of population as might be thought
advisable, either by direct sunsitTy lo
the existing boardB of school trustees
or by subsidizing outside public effort."
.1. W. Peek, in seconding, said
classes of this character, which could
promote technical education, had been
a desire of his for a. long time.
Resolution  adopted.
Compliments Galore.
Votes of thanks were tendered to
the New Westminster school trustees
for the manner In which they had
entertained the delegates, to the mayor and aldermen, the teachers and
citizens generally of the city, ami the
local papers for the full and accurate
reports of the proceedings.
fA full report of resolutions passed
ls held over owing to tack of space.
BURN, OF CALGARY,
WINS TEN MILE RACE
1 'The British Columbia Liberal As-
��� e.,atlas" is the' name iimTer w^llch
'the LiriJals of the province will mar-
���shall themselves in their iigiit for
'gyjj government in future, that name
'-laving been given to the organization novation which met with great suc-
'.veiicl was rejuvenated al yesterday's
onventlon of Liberals from all sec-
vi.ms of the province, held in Van-
���BOJver Tuesday and Wednesday".
The convention was
Easily Defeats Chandler,
Distancing Him in Last
Lap by Generous Margin.
cess, the popular young dancers Doing twice recalled, when they pave
the Spanish fan dance.
Part two of the programme opened
the mosi sue-; with a humorous song in character,
by    MeBSrs.    Waddell,   Morrison   and
v< .-sriul c\i-r held in thfi province, ov-
"er 300 delegates beiiifl present to as-l Brown, "() Willie brewed a peck to1
���ri*! inthe work of organization. Of-'. maul," which immensely pleased the
'fleers were elected and committees audience, Ella Walker followed with
asmed at yesterday morning's session, 1 "The Auld House," after which the
The convention concluded with a smo-1 pipers gave another fine selection.
ker belli  in the Labor ball last evening
The Dally News la asked to state'
Ond .Mis Maddoa (lh< judge- will be
in attendance in tb" Dairy building
ftf.Tii II p.m. ti) I ;e tii. today and to
morrow,   to   afford    any   informal ieen
Stiff Sentence.
New Haven, Conn.. Oct. 1.���Frank
A. Magee, Worcester, Mass.. national
organizer of the Foundrymen's union.
was found guilty today on four counts
of   ihe   complaint   wbicb     alleged   in
Hen Waddell charmed the lovers of
good singiu wiih g"Honnie Mary of
Argyle." The Misses lsdale danced
a jig, with fully av great applause as
greeted their former efforts, ami in
the encore naturally demanded they
appeared with Henderson ami Mackay in a double jig. and one of th" I
most enjoyable Scotch concerts ever
given in New Westminster was drawn
tlmldatlon of  non-union  woTkingmen.
,   ..  .            .    ,       ,            ,               , ! tn  a   close  wilb   character  songs and
at  McJjagoona foundry, and on each 	
'���mt   be  was sentenced to .tail  for
thai   mav be required,  and   to explain -. ��lx months anil  fined $1M, a  total of
,.    ,    save ihe King lev ihe whole' company.
Immediately ��� '
j. Deane wells, of vanoouver, acted
  as accompanlsl  throughout the even-
patter by .1. (I. Brown, ending with the
singing of AuKi Lang Syne and God
hei  reasons for ttw   awards made in   two years and $400.
the e'lu'iiy classes yesterday afternoon, appealed.
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|Chn��OBfl bas another large spao?
IJ1** H   well   li/led   wiih   a choh��
I "Ion ,,t grains ami grass'es.fruiti
L,,|,,|al  field  produce,  Including
"' "oeedingly
ery.
line   specimens  of
, Burnaby.
r   _aby, anier (,_  whitjn���.s  (,ai.(1|
Xhlblte<3  a large supply of mai-
'flen "'"'Is and makes a splen-
Boh, "f green  l*v,s' cabba��e9'
!    ' "nions, cauliflowers, tomatoes
,      kinds or table vegetables, as
08 field
ri
produce.
Kelowna.
��� p D      airection or f. O. Speer
[��������� 1 " ,lart' Kelowna hes branch-
n ;i new form of exhibit, ma^-
'     I'lMBac
���,.,.'> have 1 very good sample of tob
: acco, grown and cured there; a lot of
Lcaaned fruits In cans, and a specimen
branch of th�� old English pin damson, 16 Inches long, and wtth fifteen
plums to the inch.
Surrey.
Surrey   also   has   an  open   display.
vr.v prettily decorated with festoons
'of grains and grasses, and containing
good  samples of honey, butter, pre-
��� served fruits and field produce.   Sev-
feral  Of   the   vegetables     and     grains
shown here were highly commended
I by the Judges at  several of the fairs
recently held in the adjoining munlcl-
oalltles.
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righi   through   their
visitors   can   get   qui! ���
8S they are showing.
1    ;: :.!  field produce,   ef o
F. W.   Phillips,  bookkeeper    at  J.
,., ���,.!-. nl ich's, wis iul . 1 te laj tor
,,,.. .;-- am In two we ks, having
.   ���  , coversd from a screi . attacs
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Official Program
VANCOUVER DAY
1 p. m.���Stock Parade.
2 p. m.���Baloon Ascension. F. Brookes, aeronaut
3 p. m.���Lacrosse Match���Between losing teams
of the first two matches in the tournament. Maple
Leafs and Vancouvers.
8 p. m.���Grand Concert in the Industrial Building
Sixth Regiment Band. Vancouver.
8.30 p. m.���The Royal Humane Society Medal
will be presented to Miss Sutherland, of New Westminster, by C. J. South, representing the Society in
British Columbia���in the Industrial . Building,
Queen's Park.
To-morrow, the match for the Jiu Jitsu Championship of the world. Prof. Kanada, world's
champion, vs. Leopold McLaglen, ex-champion of
the w^rld.
A. ,1. num. the little Scotui road-
racer from Calgary, vindicated his
claim   to   the   running  championship
j of Western Canada, at Queen's pan*
yesterday   afternoon,   by   beating. W.
j R. Chandler of Vancouver by at least
250 yards in a ten mile race. He
could have left his opponent much
further behind if he hud exerted himself, but instead of speeding, ];* ?*'��� '
a few paces ahead of Chandler du.''
Ing the 1l�� laps around the hair mil
track, and then dashed away TTT.e i
bare, gaining a third of a lap on hi-i
opponent before reaching the ribbon.
The time was a.; minutes 11 seconds.
'Both men were in good rrffinini;
condition at the finish, although
Chandler was becoming pretty weiT
winded owing to the pace set for him
by Burn. Burn Is -,i wonderful runner for any distance from five to
eight miles, and that Is his Tavorit 1
distance. Chandler, on the other
hand, can Btrike a good bard gait and
keep It up for tlfteen miles, and at
Hint distance he would probably give
Burn the time of his life. It was
agreed bel ween the men on Tuesday
that   if   Burn   won   lie     was   to   jffve
lng.
    _ j Chandler 9,   return match   for  a  dls-
Mr. Stewart, who has charge of the  tttnoe of fifteen  miles,  and  In  case
II.   Wilson   &  Co.  of   Victoria  exhibit j Chandler won,   the  return event  was
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tit the fair, Is a Scotchman and luiows
a   good   thing   when   he   sees   it.    He'
states lhat \ew Westminster is the
Bnesl little city he has seen since ha
left   Scotland  many years ago.     -i
took a   walk  about   New   Westminster
I lasi Sunday," he Informed the .sews.
to be for seven miles. Burn having
won yesterday, the next time these
two runners meet, which will be within the next few days in Vancouver,
the distance will be fifteen miles.
The   actual   distance   covered   yesterday  by  the  runners  was  close to
'and   was   very   favorably   impresseel | ;?'t-'",�� yards, which Is SOO yards short
with the beautiful appearance of the
lawns and (lower beds.    1  venture to
predict that Vancouver business men
wlll  before   very   long  commence   to
Mock   to  this  city  to establish .their
homes."   Mr. Stewart has resided in
Victoria for seventeen years.
Pat Bowler, city electrician, declares that he never had less trouble
with the lights during the Provincial
exhibition than is the case this year.
Everything is working smoothly, and
jhere are no serious complaints of a;|v
kind.
of ten mil.es. The track is supposed
to be half a mile around, but it measures just about S40 yards.
The other runners who asR*ed for
the privilege of running with the notables, did not put In an appearance.
They were Irish Schrapg nnd C. W.
Simpson.
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rhe Daily .News will be on sale at
Norman     Caple's    store,
building, during the fair.
It ls understood that the management of the exhibition has refused to
allow horse racing at the park during
the fair because of the risk to spectators getting injured, and for that reason the trotting competition oetween
H. L. Stover's pacer and James Montgomery's trotter will be cancelled.
Industrial The race was to come oft on Satur-
��� day afternoon. PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
Come to Vancouver
anil visit our large completely equipped  Jewelry Store.
It is a treasure house, -wherein is
displayed the choice of English and
European productions and the latest
American  novelties.
We Lead in the manufacture and the
stock of gold jewelry.
Diamond buyers gain sure advantages when purchasing from Birks.
& Sons Ltd.
Henry ^^^^^^^^^
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers, Corner Granville
and Hastings Street.
GEORGE  E   TROREY,   Managing  Director.
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EXHIBITORS SHOW
WARES TO ADVANTAGE
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Pick of Booths at Fair Fully
Described in Paragraph
Form.
The   Malleable  Range.
.Messrs Hardman & Co. have one of
the finest exhibits in the exhibition
devoted almost entirely to the snowing of the well known "Malleable
Ranges," for which they are agents.
Judging by the number cf sales already made, these stoves have become great favorites, and justly so,
because only the very finest of materials are used in the manufacture, every piece of which is carefully tested
before fixing. The stoves sell from
$65 to $M). As an exhibit of interest
to housewives, .Messrs. Hardman's
show is unique, and reflects tiie greatest
as to imbue it with the quality of life.
If any testimony as to the' nigh excellence of Wadels Bros' work were
required in a material form, this was
furnished by the judge's award of
���three flrst class prizes.
Upton's Exhibit.
The handsome and spacious booth
of Thomas .1. Lipton, occupying a j Jj
prominent position nearly in the cen- 'M
tre of ibe main Industrial building, is, >4
almost naturally, the -Mecca of ihi.ii.s-1x3
ands of lea and coffee lovers. A very *i
handsome display of tea and coffee, **
grown on the famous Lipton estates, *2
is made by the ranks of canisters in ?1
the centre, which represen:. in the lij
shape of tea alone, nearly 6,000 lbs. 11>*
A still more effective display of Lip-
ton products would have been made
but for the misfortune that a numbei
of case* containing pickles, sauce"
jams,   etc.,   have   gone   astray     sine:
I
At our exhibit in the Industrial Hall at the Fair grounds you will��
w9 find the latest, models of the Mason & Risch Piano.   Every Piano an f
jl Exhibition Special, and sold direct from the Factory to you at a |
reduction of $50.00 to $100.00 from the regular price during Exhibition |
week.   A small payment down and $10.00 per month will secure you
this exceptional chance to own a high grade Piano.
It Will Pay You to Investigate This Offer at Once
Mason & Risch Piano Co.,
Piano Manufacturers
Ltd.
659 Granville Streel,
Vancouver, B. C,
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Wadd Bros' Photos.
their  dispatch   from  Toronto   by
C,  P.  K.   four weeks ago. I	
Upton's are makln ga specialty ofl
��� ' i
their 60 cent tea and coffe", anil vis!-
tors are invited to partake of cups of1
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ these' line  flavored beverages.    Todav
possible  credit  on   the  enterpris-   there will be presented to every pur-
'ns Arm. e chaser of two pounds of tea at  the
Invitations ire- given to visit their! Upton booth a pound of 50 cent cof-
large stores and warehouses on the fee, whilst a sei of picture post car Is
corner nf McKenzie sl net, opposite will also be at the disposal of pa-
lhe   Carnegie   library,   where   every-   trons.
thing   pertaining   to   hardware   is   on| White  Swan  Soap,
exhibit, Quite   the  most   .attractive   exhibit
j in the Industrial building is the sta
I of the  British Columbia Soap Works.
2.|.ttle   won i��r   need ihere   be   that'of Victoria and Vancouver, manufact-
riifb a considerable amount of inter-1 urers of the famed While Swan and
est  was displayed by  visitors to thej Pearl  soaps.    The eye is at  once at-
Provincial fair in the exhibit ot pho-jtracted to the graceful motions of two
tographlc  work presented by   Wadds I stately  white swans  upon  a  miniatures.,   of 'J'.iT   Hastings   streel   west, ure turf-margined pond occupying ths
Vancouver,   it ri not tco much'to say i centre of thc stall,    on   one sid" of
thia*;   the  arrangement   of  very   high-; which are ranged the valuable prizes
''aass photographs by this firm formed  offered for competition among vfStors
an  art exhibition  in itself,  for here to the fair for the nearest approximu-
wis a   choice   selection   of  exquisite  tion to the weight of   the iwo birds.
examples, in the form of artistic por-1 The   drs!   prize  consists  of a hand-
traits of all sizes, landscapes, and exteriors,   well   arranged     groups   and
some  clever  interior studies���always
one of the  mose trying departments
of the  photographer's  work.    Of all	
tho portraits it may be said thai they    ^^ Well  Know;n
are perfect, studies in art. in fact tho | Souvenir
laerger examples justified the remari.;
of an  observer in  regard  to  one ot
these,   thai   "the   cleverest     portrall
painter  oould   nol   produce   anything
more lifelike and beautfful."
This particular portrait was a iii'''
size presentatln of a beautiful child
which was so thoroughly realistic anl
perfeel in its posing and expression
and in the pictures delicacy of tone
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HQLESALE DEALERS IX Fl.riTS
AND PRODUCE. COMMISSION
MERCHANT    ::::::
CAMBELL & MUIR
135 Water Street VANCOUVER. B. El
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[FURNITURE.
(Continued on Page Three.)
pOOKSLEY'S
Carpets,   Linoleums,   Oilcloths, Window Shades. Pictures and
Picture Frames. Go Carts,    Lace   Curtains,   Portlers,   Upholstering, Cabinet Work, Sheets,   Pillow   Cases.  Blankets.     Etc
It  will   pay you to  try
| John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
TEL.   73-
COLUMBIA   STREET.
NE WWESTMINSTER, B.C
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of Xew Westminster and district
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
(tarAdvertise the town we live in iy
mailing Picture Post Cards to J'Ol'l'
friends.
methlng Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
JUST RECEIVED CARLOADOF
BRIQUETTES
���9-mntW ������������������ _���MB������
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BR OS. Ltd
f.
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Phone 101
REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
CoSumbia.  Street
FOR YOUR m I GHDEH CF HEAT
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*m
For
Cake
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   HADE OHLY BT
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
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\ .   One of the Treats in j
I     New Westminster, is to Taste     I
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Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fins Art  Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
826 Pender St., Opp.   Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Burdett's Chocolates
The Finest, Purest and Most Delicious Confectionery
made on the Pacific Slope
VISITORS !   Visit our No. 5 Stand on the Grounds
under the Exhibition Building.   You will
never forget the treat.
Picture Post Cards for Sale. Fruits in Season.
NO INCREASE IN PRICES.
STAR OF INDIA
TEA COMPANY
Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
ALSO
"PERFECT
Flavoring
Extracts
We Are Giving $5.00 Gold for lhe best lay*
=====   Cake at the Exhibition.
'������������'���������������������������������^���������������^������������������^*4��������������������������������������������������  ���������������������������������������������������������*��*��**>   ������������������������������������������������������������� ����������; iA co,.,,,.,; i���v,.Latlon ls exten���ed to a���
to visit oijr exi)
Iblt at tl*
lalf uRSDA
Y. OCT. 3, 1907
MEN'S
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
HATS
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MEN'S
Umbrellas
EXHIBITORS SHOW
WARES TO ADVANTAGE
Condensed
Advertisements
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AMUSEMENTS
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nffiiiMMftttttttttttM
77ii5 cut shows
our
42 inch
OVERCOAT
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This is the
Dressy Coat
for men.
Some silk faced
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MEN'S
Overcoats
(Continued from Page Two.)
some lady's n<>M watch, a masalvi
marble clock anil Blmllar valuable articles forming other prizes. This
competition is, of oourse, <i"i1 '��� apart
from the premium gifts awarded by
the it. ('. Si>;ii> Co. foi- wrappers of
their Boaps. These arei borne produc-
.ioiis. guaranteed to be the purest
soaps in ilie' world. Thej are specia -
ly manufactured for laundry use and
are warranted to be composed onlj
of pure vegetable oils aud free from
any mineral or animal matter. As
washers an I cleansers the e soa, -
will do far more than any oilier soaps
The Pearl soap, which forms a fine
white tri>l"i with .'I translucent, pear
ly appearance thai is very attractive,
Ib manufactured expressly fur washing flannels, tor which purpose 11 is
��� is perfect a combination as modern
chemical science rein produce. Both
these soaps are obtainable in 2b cent
cartons,
Mason   &   Risch   Pianos.
Perhaps one of the fines! displays
of planes ever seen In New Westminster is that gotten up by the MaBon
Ki.-eh company of Vancouver. The i
pianos, so widely known throughout
the whole Dominion of Canada, an
on exhibit at tne Provincial exhibition
and drawing crowds of admirers anei
lovers of music.
This is an age of specializing. The
man \vlie> dabbles In this and that ri
like the rolling stone which gathers
no moss. He gei>; a few of the rough
corners taken off, bui he accomplishes
', little or nothing. "So with the busln-
, ess man. To get results and give the
public the best ret urns for their investments, he must be a specialize?.
WANTED���250  fir
0  Box 204. city.
piles     Apply     P,
lost���Brooch, set with pearls, at the
Fair grounds. Finder please leave
at this office.
We supply help of all kinds, no charge
IW ephone 3 J li t��, Canadian l*acinc
Employment agency, !J06 Cordova
street w. Vancouver, B- C.
L08ST-���A gold filled watch, English
case, finder kindly return to T
Glfford'S jewelry store anel obtain
reward.
wanted���Bali ila Ij     for     Upton's
booth.       Apply   Mr.   Stuart,   Industrial buildings, exhibition grounds.
TO LET    Two vacant lots for exhibi
tion  week.   Fourth  ave. near  gate's
Apply to R. C   Purdy, confectioner.
Columbia street, next to tram offlce
AND
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WANTED���TWO
K.ilesleidies
or   the
White
Swan
3oap Works
leooTTi.
Vpply
Industrl
il   buildings,
exOTifi-
tion gi
ounds.
WANTED���Brigh
t   salesladies
to   SI 11
during
exhibition.    Apply 11
Parry.
j ewe In
stand.
Industrial   l
uilding.
exhibit
on grounds,
j
Orange Blossoms
The Intensely Human Drama.
Superb   Dramatic   Offering.
Bertha M. Clay's Famous Novel
A  Company of  Exceptional   Players.
TWO���NIGHTS���TWO.
THURSDAY AfT 1 A
FRIDAY "tl. J_i��
PRICES���25c, 50c,  75c  and  $1.00.
NEW ���
MEN'S
Underwear
GROOMED HOUSE on Eighth St.,
between Third and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to be
sold immediately; a bargain at
$1500, half cash. Apply McQuarrie
& Co., Front Bt.
Remember, Slpprell does the neatest an.l cheapest work in the rubber
stamp business, also manufacturer of
Uncle Bill Oil.
JOHN SIPPRELL.
116  Second  Street.  New Westminster
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
ly In timber. Have large and smai.
tracts on water. If you wish tc
buy or sell, see me. !��. R. Chandler
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
PHILLIPS
fhe Wardrobe Clothier       sole agent for 20th century clothinC
1 t.
Mail Service
at 7:16
���patched by C. P. R. train
a. ne.; close 11 p. in.:
ttuma. and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
lily.
IMilisi:.. No.il, daily excepl Sun-
Sapperton   N'o.   1,   dally  except
Inday;   Calgary and  Vancouver,  No.
fflrst mail C.P.R. east) daily. Mails
the above points received It
p. in.
���patched  by  B.  C. Electric railway
Co., 7:46 a. 111.; ,
IVancouver, No, 1, dailyexcept Sun ���
|)'s. Return mail received b a. m.
ppatched by (i.N.K. train, 8.45 a.m.:
Iciovciilale, Nicomekl, Port Kells,
Welmere, Hall's Prairie, Blaine an.i
l&ttle (all jKiints in Washington and
Jutli. also all points in eastern
Wesi, daily except Sunday. Return
lulls received at ":30 p. in.
[[Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
*d,     Wednesdays   and    Satur-
Rubberoid Roofing
********
It has stood the test, heat, frost, wind and rain,
gives entire satisfaction, does not harden in the
sun or crack in the cold, always waterproof, always tight. It is light in weight, low in price
and makes a roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Write for prices. -:- -:- -'������
Corrugated Iron always on hand and price right.
J
J.
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
as well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are .constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
1334 Bastings SI.     VAjjCWjEj
T
T. J.  TRAPP  &  CO.
Limited
fnehi
p.vs-   Return mail received Moadayi
I'd Fridays,
spatched by B. C. Electric railway
10:30 a. m.:
Iv,!     ivi r  No,  L';   Victoria.  No   I
mitral   1'ark,   daily   except   Sunday
Il'bun mail received at 2 p. m.
MPWi bi I ley carrier, 1 : ll! p. 111.:
*l Burnaby, daily except Sunday
���c'tm-ii mails received at 1110 p. in.
[���'Patched by carrier 12:00 noon:
[Tlmberland,  Tuesdays and  Fridays.
I('birn  mails   received   Tuesdays   ami
ricia.R.
l8l'Mched bj C. P. R. 'oat 1:80 p.m.
aailj (closes daily at the same
'''iie 'luring winter months:
,':"1""-, Westham IsUuiel. Port
lalchon, Steveston, Sunbury, daily
JcePt Sunday, Return mails receiv-
I'1 fr"'�� 8 ;i. tn. to 11 a. m.
[Woodward's, Wednesday and Satur-
!ay' Return mail on Wednesday., and
IMuriJays.
[Vancouver, No.  ;���,;  Victoria,  No. 2;
Burnaby hake; dally except Sun-
-\y.   Hit urn mails received at ti p.m.
Burnaby
P. in.
'Patched by G.N. Pyler, 4 p. m.:
0 southern    points,    daily except
Jn,,;'v-   Hei,im mail 11 p. m.
'"Patched by c.P.R. train at 5:05 p.
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Port Hammond
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160 acres excellent land, Bittuate on Eraser river Inside Pitt
Meadows  'lyke.
Good house, nine acres cleared for crop, 40 acres slasb-
od  tb>   rest alder bottom land.   Only $"5.oo an acre
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I DIAMOND & CORBOULD
RESIDENT AGENTS.
German American Fire Inc. Co.  and Empire Accident and Surety Co.
Over Annandkle's  Grocery,  corner  of   McKenzie   and   Columbia   Sts.
lake.     Return    mail    at
111.
Ca
mail  closes at  4:30 p.m.
Sary and Vancouver, No. 90  (C
��� (,;lxt. Becond mall). Return mail
1 al   10:35 a.  m.
No.   2;
except Sunday.    Re-
m.
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ESTABLISHED 1 SSfi.
Arthur J. Scott
'y::'-'..
(Successor to  Mellon & Scott)
Real   Estate,
Insurance,
REALTY,      FARMS, FIRE
VANCOUVER
Finance,
INSURANCE
LIST YOUR FARMS WITH US.
MARINE, SURETY BONDS. LIKE INSURANCE.
V
feci
Sun
'"','1"11.   No,   2;   Millsld
*MUam, daily
" rn ���ail received at i-ibbb a
E. C. P.O. Hex 83, 'Phone 227.
He must give all bis time and energy
tn the one line which he places an i
keeps before the public, and satlsfac-
; tion will be felt os all sides and by
all parties.
This is the principle on which the
Maaon and Risch Piano company conduct  Iheir business.    They have given 1 .	
their time and their money to bring To accommodate all the guests
the piano trade to a point of perfec- j who will visit the city during exhibition. All the small lines which are tlon time lt ls desired that all hotise-
usually found in a music house are holders prepared to offer accomtno-
tabooed within the walls of tne Mason | dation at reasonable rates will leave
and Risch company, lt Is the piano ' their addresses with Edward Hoult
trade tirst. lasi and always. ' billeting agent at the city hall, where
Ami   right   well   may   the  company   all   information   may   be  obtained.
Online  their  efforts  to  an  exclusive j ALEX. GARRETT,
trade, for the .Mason and Risch piano Chairman of the Billeting committee.
is  regarded   by   many   as   without   a) "
peer on the market it has taken time j
to bring the instrhinent to its present
form of perfection, hdt the company I
has now the satisfaction of seeing re-!
tnrns for their aggressiveness and en- j
terprise. A home or 11 hall without a I
Masewn and Risch piano is like a des- |
ert without an oasis. j
The wheel.- 0 ft ime turn slowly on j
occasions, but not so where the Mason 1
and Risch company is concerned. Less |
than a month ago the company decid- j
ed to open up offices in Vancouver. \
and it would indeed be a dull eye '.
which could not discern the wonder- !
ful changes male in the offices at Or.9
Granville street.   With Iheir charact-1
1 1
1 eristic method of undertaking thing?,!
' they ha"ve set out to make the offices
I the best of their kind in the West, and \
a journey through them will convince
( anyone that they have succeeded well |
j in their venture.   No more handsome '
. rooms to display the latest ami most
I perfect in a piano line could he found
"Chan in the beautifully and artist ica-'
I Iy  decorated   and   arranged   rooms of'
the Mason  anil Risch Piano company
1 on Granville street.   Even to the ques-
' lion of decoration the company seem
1
: to   have   given   more   than  the   usual
', amount of attention.   To handsomely !
I decorate  Iheir rooms   appears   to   bo
j ,111st as Important bo theni as to com-:
��� plete ;i  sale.
Tly figure* may startle some, but 11
��� Is a Pad thai when the complete etoch
, is in the show rooms of the Vancouver
branch, there wii be no less than ico
Instruments on view, all of ilTem the
resull   of  the  best   workmanship  ainl ,
' skill of the peerless band of exports
Who manufacture the Mason and Risch
��� pianos.    The large show rooms at the j
front  of the store holds  Its quota  of
Instruments, while at the rear fksnnl-
| ler room will contain a number of the
i highest class pianos.
But an announcement which should ;
! Interest   musical   Vancouver    to  the
[highest   pitch  Is that the Mason and
Risen company   is  contemplating the i
erection of a handsome concert  hall
at  the rear of their premises.
j     Mr. .1. G. Whiteacre, Western man
; ager of the Mason and Risch Piano
company, Is in charge of the opening
up of the Vancouver office.
Mr. T. F. Brenton, who is well
known In musical circles in VancotP
ver, Is In charge of the sales department.
Mr. Thos. Morley Is chief accountant and attorney for the province for
the company.  '
The advertisement of the company
on another page is well worthy of perusal.
LYRIC THEATRE
VANCOUVER
Corner  of  Pender and   Hamilto'i   Sts-
Malan & Clawson, Manager*..
The Lyceum Stock Company
FIFTH WEEK STARTING
Monday, Sept. 30th
The Celebrated English Drama
"Monte Cristo"
Matinee Wednesdays and Saturdays
POPULAR PRICES.
Look Up
THE
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
i
^67   Columbia   St.
i
! OPP. PREMIER HOTEL      Phone B278
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Street
15
TO THE DOZEN
Real Pictures
Present  tlrs Advertisement
at Studio to Benefit     :      :
Special Prices on Tea
5 lb Caddy of Choice.
Ceylon & Assan Tea
��� a % ��� ?1 i3U ��� ��� ��� ���
The Direct Importing Tea and
Coffee Company
Phone 1252.
/770 Granville St., Vancouver.
School Books
and Supplies
FULL STOCK
-AT-
ROYAL STUDIO MOREY'S
Under new management, Cunningham
Block.
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it is necessary to know what we are eating.
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and   Exercise   Books  are
Fine
At KENNY'S Cafe F   TPAJCF
4]     You   can   rely   upon    GETTING      1    ���    V-^iX./l-.lX.JL_J
THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
>fflee 'Phone 185.      Ham 'fbone 1S7
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly  to ��ny
oart of 'ho r.lty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi so���Tram Depot
English Watchmaker
Two door* from   Ceo. Adams, Grocar
Ladles' Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
race. $6.00. ,
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the oelebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charge* reasonable. PAGE  FOUR
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
THURSDAY,
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Visitors to the Exhibitson are invited
to come to Vancouver City and get
a list of City Business or Residential
properties and acreage.   :   :    :    :    :
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL |
100 Hastings St. VV., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
ahing   Company   Limited,   at   their
-dices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
THURSDAY. OCT. 3,   1907
book question. Ii is beyond dl8put0
that the people have been left to the
merry of the school book "trust" and
have Buffered therefrom a double
loss. The parents have had too much
���dross" extracted from their pockets
and the children have had too mucTT
dross put into their minds. On botTi
points, the convention spoke out clearly and to the point, ahel one nitty ar
last Indulge the hope that something
will be done. It is not too much to
say that some of the text books in
use are .1 disgrace to the country in
their nml ter as well as iu their mechanical makeup.
WITHOUT  PREJUDICE.
it is well to look abroad occasionally, iu order that we maj get a new
point of view. In Canada, the critics
ut' public Uriah's are so largely divided
lnl 1 ; wo hostile camps, neither oi
which cares to give any help or comfort to the other that we are in danger of losing the power to see things
in iheir true proportion. Something I
iu  the  way  of  reluctanl    admission
that the government of the Dominion 	
is   doing   a   litttle   towards   providing!
fur the safetj of navigating the waters J    Frank Brooks, of Seattle, yesterday
of British Columbia, has been wrung .afternoon performed one of the n_u\s_
from the McBride papers, but the net  graceful   balloon  ascensions seen  on
effect of their criticism  has been  to   (i,..  pacific coast    fo
give an  Impression that  the -Murine
Department at Ottawa  Is open to   1
charge of neglect of duty.
That is not the way in which people
DROPS FHUM CLOUDS
IN GRACEFUL STYLE
current of air and the parachute commenced to drift towards the brickyard lying east of Queen's park. By
dim of tugging at the guide ropes,
Brooks managed tu steer his apparatus out uf the current, and guided himself towards the centre of the park,
his Intention being to alight In the
centre of the oval. When hovering
above the tents that line Sockeye
Row. the parachute made a sudden
drop and il seemed as if he would
land on one of the canvas domes, but
he manipulated the ropes sufficiently
to steer clear, and just managed EO
Und insieje the oval. He received a
great ovalion by the crowd, which
had been anxiously following his movements, ancl after bowing his acknowledgements, made a hurried departure
for the rear of the grounds, where
the big gas bag had dropped. "With
the assistance of two-thirds of Ne#
Westminster's young population, he
packed up the canvas preparatory To
having it again filled for today's ascension.
Brooks refuses to take any passengers on his aerial Journey, staling
that he can take them up easTTT; hut
has no facilities for bringing WSm
down again, as there is only .accommodation for one on his parachute.
On liis upward trip this afternoon.
Brooks will be accompanied by his
dog "Aero."
When not engage.1 in the hazardous
occupation  of dropping    from    the
clouds, Brooks follows the occupatioa
of  a  plumber.      He  was married   lnl
this  city last  year  by the  Rev.  .1.  S. j
Henderson,    the    bride   being   Miss
Flumerfell of this city.
Exhibition Visitors
Quality Pirst,  Then   Price.
That is the proper order of things in considering a purchase of jewelry or precious stones.
Ninety-nine people out of a hundred must rely
absolutely on the person who serves them and
the store where they are purchasing. Our
service is that of experts, and you may trust
implicitly their word, for they know. The
quality is just what they say it is.
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
when lie went up to a
ly a mile in the air
the valve an 1 allowin
many  a    day,
height of near-
!.efore   Oj ening
; the gas to es-
NOTICE
TO BUILDERS
Why  Pay a  Doctor  of  Ophthalmology $5 to $10 and another
like   fee  to  an  Optician   for  glasses.
Dr. Hatherly, our optician and Doctor
of Ophthalmology, does the work of
| both charging oi ly tor the glasses.
Tenders 1 whole or separate) will be
who look at  the matter    with    open i Qai)e-    Ga5!inS  "l'   ini<)   th<^  heavens
who look at  tne ma \ 1    wun    open . receive,,      t() noon of 0c,  w f<11. (.OI1
eyes,   and   not   through   parly   specta-1 LUB cruwa coula  naraij   see tne n_,ure 1
Cles,  view it.    A Seattle paper of last ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
week   quotes  ami   endorses   the   em-' from  llis   balloon-  an,r the   big  mass
phatic  declaration of a  man  largely | had hegnn to dr,f'  downwards  when
the daring
of Brooks getting ready for the leap | pletion of resilience for L. McQuarrie,
interested in shipping on this coast
"tl al the Canadian Government is
doing far more to present disaster,
and to Bave the lives of those whom
Inevitable disaster engulfs, tliaii the
United States of America." Nor is the
s ittle editor content merelj to quote
an expert opinion, li proci e is to
"rul ii In." The Canadian Government is doing iis duty in the matter
ul the United States Government Is
"criminally negligent," and says, al'
though the ships which are away on
that deadly west coast of Vancouver
Island, "'are' usually American ships."
We have called this an opinion with-
��� . ij idi but ii Is more' than that.
It I ' he state ment if one whose' natural prejudice, and whose feelin;
i ��� I the natural prejudice of his
lers, w mid lea l him to exalt the
1 : :, 1 States at the expense of a for-
. -ei count rj. Instea i of declaring n _
;. ���   loes  1 hal   Cans la  Is awarding for
��� lives of Aiin-ricaii sailors betteT
than iheir own government,
conqueror of the air swung
clear of the car and shot downwards.
W'iihin a few seconds the big parachute had opened and he was approaching terra firma once more.
While aboul Ave hundred feet from
the ground, he was
caught in a Blight
esq.
Plans and specifications may lee
seen ai L, McQuarrie's office, Front
street, and at my office, Sixth street.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.
C.  11.  CLOW. Architect.
PRINTING
Have
your
printing
done
ln
town
by '
he local
modi
_>rn
high
grad>
- print< .'
s���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS  BLOCK.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY
;ws
For  QUALITYl
the Delta land cannot be beaten One acre of tnls rl h rivor
bottom land will produce as much as three acre ii Mgh
gravel land. ,
Here is a [)iece of choice land at  a bargain:
8 acres, all clea ��� 1. in garden and pasture, 6 mile
this city, mi ihe dyke real, 200 yards trom Sui bnrj       1 offlce
and boat landing, ri mile trom school, has a  five-room housi
.1 good repair, barr. and chicken house. 2 cows nni 10 h re
good waterfrontage wharf building,    boa*   and   net,    SO
ag fruit trees,   t g   -l range all conn ecti I
$1250  cash,
Price   .
ilance  in one
$2250
tiafle & Lane,
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335 ^^^^^^
P. O. Box 26��|
OUR
IRT.   HON.  JOHN   BURNS.
fhe London Spectator, evhien is in
1 sti onges possible antagonie m t'j
th .'. hole ita ',;���. al ,��� .. \ -M.i. and ha
.,b. 'efore, "no use.-'' tor John Burns
1 Iii Icall; 1 p< aking, ha Lhi 10 say
about loni as au administrator:
"Mr. Burns wan at one time repres-1
��� ...��� '. as a Radical so vlolenl and    1
' j   that   no dependence  1 ould       !
... '��� i u] on him.   Two 5'ears' ex ���   .
has shown thc injustice of
1 ju Igment.     *   '���    *    *   We do not ���
ii  iitate to Bay that ?.Tv.  Burn 1, evi 11
in the short time hi has !" 1 n il ei 11...
h 1 - done more to Btop the pauperiss-a-
���   .. ni' iin' people than any   ifinl I
during the present   generation, while
h! - enquiry Into the cases of mai id-
;,: ni -ie'.!' ion by Poor  Law Guar lian 1
Buch as those at Poplar, W'tsT'T.iin
an i Hammersmith, has done' Incaicul
0  1    joo ! in showing that (on uptl   1
.: ihe. carelessness which leads to
uption, will no longer be tolerated
in men who undertake public trusteeships. Mr. Burns' courage is matched
!���. llis straightforwardness, lie lias
not attempted by any of lhe arts of
tii" politician or by Parliamentary finesse to hide his meaning or to cloak
his actions. He has gone straight tor
his point, relying upon the .Lionel sons..'
of his countrymen to support him."
Johnstons
Shoe House
Piano Exhibit
LIMIT ED
Down by the stormy Atlantic, poll-
tieal matters "breezed up" a little tho
other clay. Hon. Mr. Pugsley, the
new Minister of Public Works declared that the Conservatives used half
a million dollars in the atempt to defeat the Liberal Government in 'fit
and the St. John Sun says it assumes
full responsibility for all Mr. Pugsley
said about the matter,'and Invites Mr.
Iiortien to sue for libel.
The School trustees, in convention
assembled, deserve hearty thanT.s and
ngnatulations for the manner in
which they have    handled    the    text
You will find here the largest
stock ol Shoes in this city
We operate two of the largest retail shoe stores in
British Columbia. We buy for Cash, therefore are
in a position to undersell any other shoe dealer in this
city. We can save you 10 to 20 per cent, on your
shoe bill. Why pay more to others? We invite all
visitors to our store this week. No finer goods can be
bought than are right here. Whether it is a Dress
Shoe or a Working Man's Shoe wre have them. Pay
us a visit.
Johnston's Big Shoe House
This y< .er at  the Great 1
��� ���    r than  evi r     Vri   li   I
Ins ��� cl   thi    ei a    Iful instrumi      -
lay al our     i il
STEINWAY & SOriS PKNOS
NORDHEIMER PIANOS
NEW SCALE WILLIAM3 PIANOS
DOMINION   PIANOS
PALMER
->\
lW. M. Waitt&Coj
LIMITED
VICTORIA   AND VANCOUVER
The old;-. Music  Houoe In B.
I   J.  H. TODD,   Local Agenl
YOU  REQUIRE *
NE W SUJ\
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWARD
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUV E]^
The Sign of the Big Electric Shoe, Columbia St.
:500 Cord of Tan Bart
At the
rraser River Ta
nflcry,
Highest Cash P^ce P^ OCT. 3. 1907
he Cash Stores
ith  Exhibition  Visitors
Tie Goods are Here, and
There's Big Money to
be Saved
lid save on everything, cold weather needs for your-
lf, your home and family, New Coats, Blankets,
[erything. Come, if only to be convinced that
pith's values are what he claims they are, and the
loods are here to speak for themselves.
\40 yds. of $1.25 and $1.00
Dress Tweeds at 50c.
in. and 56 in, all wool and mixed, dark and mid grey
liftings. Come upon them by accident in the east.
leautiful new stock, Shadow Plaids, Pin Checks,
[oubie and twist wool filling, but the points, above all,
iu want to remember is the width, 56 in., and the
[rice, less thaii half, now 50c a yd.
pieces  or  312 yds. of Fancy Panama, Pure Wool
$1.00 Waistingat Smith's for
25c a yd.
Great Price  Liberality now on  Coats*
Suits and Skirts
IVe saved several hundred dollars buying a maker's
ntire stock. They are making record selling for
Westminster's Bio: Cash Store.
Beautiful Embroidered Waists
tf' Japanese Silk, newly made in latest fall styles,
fvhite only, $6.00 values in this lot, Special Sale
k>\v $3.50
IA Splendid Showing of Newly
Trimmed Hats at $5.
|0ur Milliners have skillfully trimmed them with ribbon,
feathers, large wings and buckles, mounts and ornaments in an expert way, really stunning styles.
Come early and secure choice, $5.00.
T. H. SMITH
267-271 Columbia Street, New Westminster B. C.
Ladles' hairdressing parlors, over
Welsh's store;  ent ranee on Sth St. ** '
\v. E, Bant ��n, ot Enderby, is in tho
city on :i   writ te) his  parents and to
see the exhibition.
The land registrj returns for the
month ��'f September just closed, amounted in teas io 11,862.60.   This was
a falling off from the' previous month
of about $tir,
Charged   with  stealing $21   from  .1
Uootchman on Lulu Island,  Lucy, an
Indian belle, will face the police mag- |
isiraie> this   morning.      The  accused'
will enter a plea of not guilty.
For nil kinds of cu*. nowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
T. Gifford, the jeweler, moved Into
liis new quarters, Late Mrs. Cook's
restaurant, Colum] ia street, yesterday
morning, and is now doing business
at the new slant.
.1. B Carnegie, who recently gave
a lecture in this cltj een "in llri
steps." will ri iivss a meeting of the
Royal Templars in ihe Oddfellows'
hall this evening.
A lady's black chatelaine bag was
picked up al Queen's park yesterday
afternoon by the police. The owner
may have same b yapplying to tne
chief of police an l proving owner |
ship. Tii" bag conl lined a small sum,
of money.
Whai aboul that endowment policy
in the' Mutual Life of Canada? It will
pay you tee se.' S. W. Bodley at 280
Columbia St, This is the solid company
The Brownsville Red Skins deteat-
e,i th" Squamlsb Indian lacrosse team
al Queen's park yesterday morning,
:>> a s sore <>;" three to two. The South
Westminster aggregation is now the
champion Indian team of the TaciTTe
coast The game was quite fast and
checking vigorous, so much so that
no goa a >ver scored in Ihe first three
quarters. The Rrownsvilles. however,
got very bUSj in the last quarter and
slammed in three goals, their opponents retaliating with two. Quit., a
few people watched the mate!, from
the fences. The next Indian lacrosse
match will come off at the ivafT. on
Frielay  morning.
During exhibition week the C. l\ R
is running a special train betw e'en
Vancouver anil New Westminster to
I accommodate visil irs to the fair. The
���  i n leaves Vancouver daily at 13 r>
..-iel  : -turning  leaves \cev  Westmin-
.i   i^i",.    rickets may be obtain-
ed on t be l rain, 50   i at - return trip,
Packard haul painted  china.    Our
first shipment ol   ... ated china
to band,   t'ham: er:,ii   tbe jeweler.
The New Westminster dty band
succeeded in holding a large friowd
in the Industrial hall till 10:80 last
evening, listening to the sweel strains
which mingling rose from the twenty-
trie pieces, The band concert was
heartily appreciated, noi only the
classical selections bul the me>re pop-
alar airs. Reminiscences of Scotland,
embracing many well known Scotch
airs, were much enjoyed Following
was the program. Pries! Marffl Ath-
aile. Overture Tancrede, Excerpts
from Spring Chicken, selection Ma.ri-
tana. Anelante. Bach; Reminiscences
of Scotland; March. Flag of Victory;
God  Save the  King.
The' Elite brands
Spirt cigars.
II   C.   and   OM
An in.lian was arrested yesterday
after; v.'n a' the fair grounds, his eon-;
<lit ion ami actions proving clearly that
tiie 1 '������ prohibiting the' sale' of Hntfor ;
to in Hans ha l heen vl dated In his
case, When si arched he was found
in possession of a large sizeel bottle
of ry
Stewart li. Farmer 'eft yesterflay
fir Kriri Coola, where he will make
a shorl stay before proceeding ini"
the interior with a number of American capitalists who arc going io inspect timber '."'its with a view to
buying the same.
feO acres in Burnaby, close' to Vancouver car !;; '. Sla'i jeer acre; 1 "���
cash, balance .''. 7 per cent. White,
Shiles & Co- ***
Adams  &  Hear..-,  tne  well  knownl
grocers,  announce  their  Intention of
closing iheir place of business nexl
Saturday afternoon between 3 ani 8
ami during the greal  lacrosse match|
between  the Tecumsehs    and    N.-w .
Westminster.
10  ma (���:-  ch lil e    lan s   pal tlj   eli'ari'.l
up. ami in ci ip; cosj  l-roomed house.
Illl  a  ami sii. iri;   onlj   1' _;  miles  back
from   rivei;    near  Langley.     $16Qp.
Abbott  & Hyde; nexi Guichon  hotel, I
New Westminster, B.C. **
G. C. Hodge, listrict superintendent
ni Xelson for the British Columbian
Telephone company,  Is  in charge of
the    .\ri\\    Vf'Mminster   ofl_|ce   while'
i;. r,.  Roach  is taking  bis holidays.]
G. C.  Hodge lias ju.-; completed tltoj
Installation e.f tbe telephone Into Porl  ,
Moody wiili  i clientele e>r twenty-two
subscribers,    lie was in charge ot tiie
loi al bfflce In re in the early daj -;-
(inns for hi,i' a; Geo. R. Speck's
Trapp block, Columbia street
ll. M. O'Connor, a timber cruiser
wall known in this city, is nursing a
bitter grudge againsi ibe- Western
Inion Telegraph company. Owitfg to
a   message  from   Minneapolis nil.lress-
ed io him. having bei a sidetracks I
tour days on its journej to bim    The
message   (time  from   a   large  Tinnier
concern, requesting an Immediate reply, nml serious los. ami Inconvenience win result trom ibis roundabout
method of transmitting messages to
addressee -
Dr. T. II. Levey, dentist. Cresceni
I'lub building, Columbia street.
Portland,  Oregon.
for tin' purpose of
at Ibe fair. Stated
never saw ai one
iE'iaaKi��iia��waKFi
N. ('. Maris, of
wlio is iu the city
judging beel cattle
yesterday thai he
show such a uniform grade of Civile
horses a- he saw ,t ths exhibition on
Tuesday, Mr, Maris is an authority;
on Clydesdales, and he affirms that
be would have hail a great deal of |
t rouble lo pick the prize winners from
the herd of horses shown.
Money to loan on approved security,
White, Shiles & Co., city.
10 acres best ot fruit land, alder
bottom, easily cleared, soil choice
loam, only one mile from steamboat
landing. Mount Lehman; only $17 per
acre.    Abbott & riy le. next 'uu'ehon
ll ..led. **
Ovi .Suits
march right
M"R   SWELL D-RESSE"R.~
OUTl SUITS MAUCH "RIGHT OVR. FIIXST "BECAUSE THEy STAMB ALQME AS BEIMG MADE
OF THE HESl MATERIAL AMD BJ) THE BEST
WOTiKMAM-
THEy MAUCH "RIGHT OUT. SECOJVD BECAUSE   ThEy   FIT.
THFRD: THEy MATtCH "RIGHI OUT BECAUSE
WE 1)0 MOT BELIEUE IM "ROBBING THE MAM
WHO COMES TO QU"R STO"RE AMD GIVES US HIS
COM* IDEM'CE.
WE WILL SELL VQU A StS SUIT FO"R SIS.
WHEM WE CHA-RGE yOU JS25 WE GIVE yOU A
SUIT OF CLOTHES WOUTH TWEMTyFIVE HUM-
D"RED CEMTS.
WE REMEMBEH THAI yOU ATtE HlZALTHy
A MB HAVE MAMy SUITS TO BUy IM THE
yEA-RJt  TO COME.
H. L. DeBECK
THE   CLOTHIER
Opposite Post Office. New Westminster
I JUST A FEW
���BHBk
of the kinds of insurance I write:
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
EMPLOYER'S  LIABILITY
PLATE GLASS
ALL ILLNESS
AUTOMOBILE
ENDOWMENT
LIVE  STOCK
GUARANTEE
PERSONAL
ACCIDENT
JUVENILE
FIDELITY
ANNUITY
DISEASE
MARINE
SURETY
LIFE
FIRE
ETC.
ETC.
And mv rates are always the best.
If you want any kind of Insurance
let mc quote you a rate. Phone,
call or write.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
��
..*!���__���,...* PAGE  SIX
THE DAILY XLWS.
THURSDAY.
OCT.
The
^dison
Phonograph
Realism
LOOKING FO
THE BAND
The boy is right in his surmise,
although his method is more
forcible than reasonable.
A BAND IN EVERY
GRAPHAPHONE
Every Record means an extra selection by the band,
4
We have 3000 Records for you to
choose from.     See our exhibit
at the fair.
J. H. TODD
New Westminster s Music House
A Long Gam*.
In the summer of 1840 Hc-nn
Clay went to Kentucky on his vacation. Three nights after his arrival at a certain springs a sociable
game began. In the game were
Mr. Clay, Josiah Blackburn, John
Hardin and Sam Clay, a cousin of
the statesman. It began on Friday
night and ran along with varying
luck. Thev were all old hands and
had the nerve to back their card-
At 12 o'clock Saturday night Black
burn quit a little ahead. He had
been married only two months and
was afraid his young wife would
think he wns dead. Sunday morning at 9 o'clock some one rapped on
the door. It was opened, and a negro girl stood in the hall. She had
a clean shirt in her hand, and on
the bosom was a note from Hardin's wife, "For Mr. John Hardin,
wherever lie can be found." The
door was closed nnd play resumed
Hardin changed his linen at the
table.       ________
The Turkey Buzzard.
Some one has taken the trouble
to search out an attribute of beau
ty in the common and repulsive
looking bird known as the turkey
buzzard. 'Tlis flight is said to be
the perfection of aerial navigation,
and the manner in which he float-
upon the still, soft air of the southern climes is a dream of grace and
loveliness. But when he alights
poetry takes its flight, and the marvelous soarer is found to be the
homeliest and most unattractive of
birds. His tastes are low, for he is
a natural scavenger. lie is bald.
Fcraggy, rusty looking, awkward
and repulsive. Pride seems to have
}?een left oijt of b_js nature, and hie
manners are simply atrocious. No
self respecting bird will associate
with him.
Sodden   Hop*.
Tiresome Caller (after a long pause)
���At our club meeting the other day T
made a move��� Miss Sharp (with sud
den animation)���Oh, Mr. Borelt, can
youT���Baltimore American.
McQUARRIE   &   ci
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial A
PRONT ST.    Phone m PRONT ST.    Phone 333 FROl> ���   S|    . | ]l
ge
M
lier  Ambition.
Elsie (aged five)-I do hope some
Dutchman will marry me wh��u I grow
up. Aunt Mary���Why, dear? Elsie���
'Cause I want to lie a duchess.
The word  ".lew." strictly  speaklnji
means a member of the tribe of .Tndih
NEW SHOES FOR WOMEN
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
C roi in house on Hamilton street,
all modern Improvenwnts. One lot
from ci : iiue; lot 60x132. Price $1400.
|600 cash, balance in monthly payments.
s room house, all modern Improvements, full Bized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperti n. l'rice $27C0. |1000 caah,
balance on time.
2iz acres land next to Royal Oafc
hotel, lias been cultivated, not a
Btump on It. now in grass, 28 heaving fruit trees, all Kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn, B-
room bouse and barn and large chicken house for about 250 chickens;
good well; near ii; Bchool and train:
all fenced. Price $3500 . Terms $1500
cash, $lo00 in April anei $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash-
1 Lot Cfixl32 ft., S. \'i, of S, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 0 nionths.
4 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 25 and
30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half cash, half six nionths.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street SSxl32 only $800, a
splendid investment,
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $650.
160 acres less right of way about ti
acres for railway; 2b acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
and lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 an.l
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 05 hearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$0000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new  house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
100 acres, less 3% for new railway, j     Full sized
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land, , of Regin tJS'..at
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;   avenues.  w, "'" '''^ 4j
40   acres under-drained,    ditched  all   $400;   half Df 4th St.
round and fenced around and through
u -v _/>   ���, '    Lots
centre; a room house; barn 40x7u,
sufficient feed for about 300 head of
stock. Price $8000; terms one-third
cash, bal. to Buit purchaser. One mile
from  station on  new  car line.
Ixit 22, block Ii, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
____________________ I
Uth street.   $1200 can,'
2 HOUSES
Saj.ii. -I' ie.
shed and  1
she el.
ance easy
III
ltd
.    ��" ] l"b Kea,,
w��-��25a
77.68   ACI.,
'k loam;
M ! Ploughed and cleare.i ������� _ ~"1
160  ACRKS  about   two  miles  from   K   y  s, ,..   -    .,' ej ^ iftn]
Lots  ij
Aldergrove station,   30   acres   cleared j ca^b  one-tlr
anl  partly  fenced,  good  house,   barn   months
and stable.   Price $16 per acre; $1760
cash, balance to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Block 8, Lot No. 2, Dist.
Lot ri south side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half  cash.
2 LOTS, 132x132, N.-W. corner of
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
2 lots on Sth St. between Bth and
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x
132; Nos. 9 and 12
175 pe
r acre,
monthi
OlK-i
'���'���i\
^^^^^^^^_ facing ia u,
4   lots   ,���!,,������
house, 176 chie   n ,':
price $1500, <: . ,,      '"���
both, half cash, balance easy.
riririe:::=::e^ri-:':.:ee::e::;ee;::::;riririririririeri:ri'^:^;^::e
Block, corner of Hock- 1
I land i llth St. and Roy-1
.. al Ave., almost an acre. j
$2,500
8 ACRES good loam soil fa
Lot   16,  cornei   |        ���   ..^.'l
:u"'   Bnwett.   i -rieSJ
roomed  hou- .     ..       iM3
kitchen and three    '��� lr^ma; p]^
ed;  conservator)  30 or 4f> feet J
Price $1000 for | heated by pipes;  well; stable'
16   bearing fruit   trees; ce
stock ready tc pb ,,��� out; ;S'Kep|
5 acres cleared, light timler ol
maining acre;    all fenced; u
from school.    Price $3000; hal!
bal. In C months a
1  Lot 88x132
$600 cash,
' per cent
4th avenue,
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between  "th and Sth avenues.
2 houses corner or Merrlval and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rents for $25, the
other $10; flush closets and all connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balance in 6, 12 and IS
nionths at 7 %.
3 LOTS,    6, 0 k ",,   full
cleared, upper side of oth AvensJ
tween 1st and 2n,l Streets, P.itef
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from 1st Sire
6th Avenue on south side, No.!
37 & 38, full size. P.-ir* $1100I��|
four, or $300 each; half casb.
Double tenement house, 4thi
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot. Price ||
cash half and half in 6 months sl
Rents for $10 each tenant.
The Edwin C. Burts shoes are the
finest ever seen in this city. Our
new fall stock is here. We invite
all visitors to our exhibition to call
and inspect them. They are shown
in a dozen different models of dress
and shirt wear.
*
They have all the styles and character that good shoe making can give
them.
In every point of quality they are
fully equal to the best bench made
shoe.
They are smart models for young
ladies, and the more conservative
shapes for ladies who desire them.
These shoes are sold only in this city
by
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
IS, 24,  30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
40 acres '������_. section 11. N. ^.ij
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles trom .rljj
Haworth road, Surrey; houseI
l\i storey house. 3 rooms finish*
other 3 can be added upstalnjj
shark ; 1% acres cleared and I
Lot 14 on Sherl.rook street of 11 of wi>-h clover, red; fairly easily ch
One   mile  from  shingle mill.
$1,200;.   terms half cash, balamj
months at 7 %.
LoU 14 and 15 of 1 of 6 of ,4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Westerly 4, ll of 63, Sub. BloJ
132x132  comer  100 feet square;
houses drawing $28 per month. '
$5,000, half cash, balance in 6 J-j
months.
oinl
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
27 y_ acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1V�� storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property is only y_ mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens anel ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
3, cleared.   Price $275;  1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each   lot.    Fuller  particulars on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT M
Centrally  located in  a cotninn.an.iing      160 SB   ,4 of Sr,.tion :6
situation;   Third   avenue,  at   foot  of io acres,partly cleared; Kanaka
Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey   running through; good road; om
house    Ten rooms .recently t.anered) 'north   of   Webster's corner;  st*
nouse.    ien rooms trectnn> papeiui.   ^ ^ pQ  at thfi w(f( cnrner;(
All  modern conveniences;    hot   and   [,er worti] $7 per acre; cedar aa
cold   water,  bath,   flush  closet,  lava-  4 miles    from    Port    Haney.
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot. $2,100; terms $1,100 rash, rialance|
66x132, with lane in rear; part of lot  ransed.
set out with fruit trees.    Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man.
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Subdivision of lot 16, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an I
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lata, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, flr, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
stieet and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, cash.    Single lots at casb.
Part of lot 3(1!), joins Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and bo, 96 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
1 lots cleared without a stump; Bmall
house,   chicken    house,    17
chickens; horse and  rig;  $1500 cash.
Lots 10, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for thre.' or $17." each; 1-2 cash
balance C months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, be-
tween Fourth and Merrlvale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
Of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage Is selling fast at this price.
No. 308.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; %
cash, balance 3 and G mos. at 7 %,
No. 306.���9-roomod, house, wllh balh
room, corner of* Oth and Agnes St.
Price $4,00C; terms y. cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 ',,'���
No.  310���9-roomed   House   and   bath
room,  Agnes  St.   $3,000;   !_>   cash,
halance 3 and 6 nionths at 7 '/...
No.   312.���8-roomed   House  and   bath
room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   V��
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation,  10  acres orchard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22;  frame barn 30
x 32;   14-post  frame house  and  co��v
stables, three In all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at. hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timher;
Large lot and  two cottages 01]
lumbia street, Sapperton.  Both r-
:at $10 each.
One and one-half storey house I
full size lot, situated uorth si.el
Royal avenue and corner o( McKi-SJ
street; 9 rooms; bath room, iot*
cold water, closet; woodshed; toi
bearlg fruit trees; streets 00 *|
sides; fine view. Price $'.8(
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Q����J
choice and 3rd Ave., second lot from Q��
^Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared; i"
I alongside  an*l back.     Price  $1*
j half cash, halance easy at 7 %
I    150 acres Improved land, bul
j and sheds complete, near Clovertl
j all under cultivation, $15,000. 1(1
j can  handle  this, don't  delay; U'l
1 bargain; terms can be arranged.
WFor  the  above   tour |>roj)M:WI
spe^'al price will be made to one P
chaser.
House  30x42,  Uh    St, between<1
and 5th Ave.;    2 sing!.' and 1 j0
bedrooms    upstairs,    nnd balh r<
down stairs; parlor, dining f,m-
chen and pantry.   Full Blzed lotjj
ning back to Ash St.   Price *3'g;
$1,500 caah, balance at $500 per Jf
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth a��,[J
north side between FIrst nml *  ���
streets,  No. 5,  6 and  '���   I'rW,l|
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, nortii side of 9J1
llton street between Sixth and bl
streets; $235.
28 acres on   Mara road, Burtjl
$160 an acre   FOR   A FEW       ���
ONLY.   One-quarter cash
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street JJ
Price ���*��faf
bnlnnce I
aide of 4th avenue.
Block 12 on 12th St.
oast
Ide
-thir* ���
house nnd"'r,h0USe }' X ^ H^^^'   ��*���!*/
1        n,;l''e ��f hewetI tlmljer Wd in cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 monthl
mortar, 12 x 30.   a chance of a life-1 , ,, ILftH
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent.
4riots on Flflh Sli'ecU^,
at 7 %
Sub. 15, S. Ulk.  13
cash, balance 6 months 1307
10.00 Per Acre
160 Acres in Langley
��� SOME   GOOD   TIMBER.        THIS   IS   THE   CHEAPEST   14
SECTION ON THE MARKET        GOOD    TERMS        EN
QUIRE   AT   ONCE
Vancouver - Opera - House
 Thursday, Oct. 3rd and Friday, Oct. 4th	
'Unexpected' Pink Tea
IN AID OF
The Vancouver Firemen's Benefit Association
Under the  distinguished  patronage  of  Lieutenant- Governor the  Honor
able J3mes Dunsrr.uir and staff.  Hon.  Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, K.C.M.G.,
K.C.,   Lady  Tupper.
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I       ON EXHIBITION���FOR SALE
i        AT THE QLD COUNTRY BOOT STORK, a ��M�� variety of jitrong
���   .uie! One Footwear, the rery pick of the old Country anei Canadki i
:
3 producttoiw. ^
J        For strong country wear we have  the Dick Waterproof Bool   a *
i 15.00;   the Qlencalra, al  14.00;  the Northampton, at $3.50 to M-50 ���
4> These  we  specially  recommend  as just right.
X       Ladles' and Children's Boots from th^Bnest to the itrongeat   Pr J
��� ces vary moderate.
��� For Boys' school wear, try the  Dick  IVoot:   it   is all  right.    Sizes *
| 11  to 13, $2.00;  1  to :.. $2.75. I
kLEOD, MARK & CO.
L farm Land Specialists,     -     New Westminster
,.;...: ri^ririvKOSUKK^CriririO
.'      ''<.'"��� '   ',.. :-'   ' . ��� :'\
lank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
���hts ���������. jiiiniL Canada ami New toundland, and in London, England.
Ky.v V .rk, Chicago anel Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A Gen
|era ag  Business Transac tid.
of Credit issued, availahle wl tl. corres;uu,lents In all  narts of the
I Wor'. I.
igi Bank Department.     Deposits   receive,! In sums of $1 and upwards.
an,] Interest allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present rate)  aehleel
(our times a year.
Assets   ever $168,000,000.00.
y;*\   WESTMINSTER BRANCH. O. D. BRYMNEU. Manager
l'lace���A Home Drawing R.x.m.    Time���Any Surprised One.
CAST:
A. "Helpful Friend     Dr- J- Oraham-Ure
Another "Helpful" Friend      Mr- A   H   Kendall
' Embarrassed"   Host        Ad.lingtou-Lear
His Wife (arriving, to him, unexiH'ctedly)     Madam Addington
Their  "Unexpected"  bul   welcome guests,  who will render Vocal and  ln
BtrumentaS Selections.
Overture���Shaufsplel    Symphony Orchestri
Waltz���Eusueno       Symphony Orchestra
March���Chief Executive     Symphony  Orchestra
Quartette���The Young Musician     Apollo  Quartette
Tenor���"Troubadour's Song- (from Robin Hood)    Mr. Geo. A. Wood
Basso���Armourer's Ams ( trom Robin H-.irii Mr. a. h. Kendall
Piano���Valse de  Concert Mrs. Arthur Ray
0 artette���Bfltudlantlaa       Lyric  Quartette
Violin���(al Romanze;  (b) Mazurka  Mrs. E. J. H. Cardinal]
Tenor -I Love You   Mr. ll. .1. Cava
Contralto   (a) Song ot Thanksgiving;  (b) Sans Toi .. Miss Eileen Magulre
Quartette���The Toast      Apollo Quartette
Mezzo Soprano���Rec. ;.". l Air, ri Luce di Quest "Anima" (from Opera Linda dl Chamoulnlx)  Madame Addington
Baritone���Love the Peddlar      Mr.  .1. Geo.  Lister
Duet- :Sous lea Etoiles   Madame Addington and Mr. H.J. Cave
Quartette���Magic ot Spring  Waltz	
 Madame Addington, Miss Magulre,    MessrB,  Cave and    Kendall
Mr.-.  Arthur Rn>'.  Accompanist.    '
I The Old Country Boot Store,   -  Columbia St. ��
f. J.   STEWART,   Proprietor I
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j Cleared   Lot i
On Sixth street below Fourth avenue, can be had for
$750.00
$400 cash, balance easy.
BOURNE y GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
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45   MILLION
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK   WITH
��� The	
Realistic and Startling Snectacular Act. "The Night Alarm," by Vancouver Firemen  under Chief Carlisle.
LIST Of GRAND        scotch held via      s
ANO PETIT JURORS 0N fiREEN 0ViL *
Men   Who    Will    Render
(Continued From Page One)
:
For Two Weeks
160 acres of land on the Scott road, near
this city; $30 per acre. You can buy a
part of this on good terms.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVE.i    4ib.000.00J
Verdicts   at   Fall
Court Picked Out.
Assize
Dianni 1.   butter   dish.      Distance
ft.   l��ri   in-
Running  Long Jump.
1, K. ii. McConnell, V.A.C., eat glass
: ;   2. .1.  MeXalty,  V.A.C
**t
Cast  cruet;
spoon.
break-  ���
ri.  O.   Hllller,    jells  *
We welcome small ace .unts an.i pay int irest four times
ar "n Savings Bank departs.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Manage*.
ie Canadian Bank of Commerce
The [all assize court   will    pen In
this city nexj   Mondaj   with ;. pretty
lengthy docket.   Be3idi - the half dozen  criminal  cases    including nne of'
murder,  there  will be  several   civil ���
suits of Importance, the  most   talked!
nf one being the -aii Tor damageVtn-
' stltuted by J, Hughes, former proprie-   ...
a j    I'O  S L C.
""' "r ,:"'   ''V!'':   ;  '"'  :i-:;"    Ma1 Throwing 56-lb. Hammer.
yor \v. H. Rear,  for all .ged scandal-]    ._ w  p Qgllvie  y y{.   s|lvi,_. frult
oua   statements concerning   his  hotel   W(it.    ,,   A   McDiarmld,  v.M.C.A..
buslnes*'     A: ;| m' "i:i- of tlle '"al'riink stand; ri Frank Hoy, New West-
"r  llcen8e   commission rs      eld    l"|3lnstei.   silver  trlnket   baaket,
June,  L90G,  ri l.voi   Ke,,���.   is p      ted   ^~L ���., [(.   ���   [h
;e> hav,' made sev ere c Itlcisms  if ih*,N _ " ,    ���
Seck    Race.
P. PEEBLES ti
Estate
5
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+
i
Hughes �� as <��� in
|id-up Capital, $10,000,000.
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
S. WALKER,  President Al.KX.   LAIRD,  General  Manager
A GENERAL HANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Sales   Notes
FARMERS'  BANKING.
|ery facility  afforded   Farmers for    their banking   business,
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BY  MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall
|ut-ot-tciwn accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH��� H. R. DAVIDSON, Managwr.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
ADVERTISEMENTS  IN
The
Daily
News
BRING  BIG  RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
  manner in which M
___   ducting his hotel,
Reserve Fund, $5,000,000      The civil Usi contains three or four
eether eases.
Following are the lists of grand
and petil jurors who will take the
trials in conjunction with a judge of
the court:
Grand   Jurors.
K. M. Aitkin, Rosedale; Fran':. W.
Arnold, Sumas; J _mes ll. Chatwl'n,
Port Hammond; George ll. Cann,Clayton; ll. I. A. Burnett, New Westminster; K. P. Calvert, Delta; Ralph
Charnley, Barnston Island; J. C. Allen, New Westminster; James W.
Creighton, New Westminster; Thomas P, Brennan, St. Leonards; Patrick
K. Bowler, New Westminster; George1
s. Blakely, New Westminster; George
P. Chamberlain, Chiiliwack.
Petit   Jurors.
James D. Atkinson, Burnaby; Samuel A. Biarclay, RoseUale; Edward H.
Barton, Hall's Prairie; Thomas Bartlett, Chiiliwack; Moses Ball, EvUsTUh;
Moise Boucher, Hatzlc Prairie; Ge
Banford jr., Chiiliwack; Qeorge Ben-
skey, Alder Grove; Richard BUstln,
Chiiliwack; Samuel nasi in. Chilli
wack; William Baldwin, Hale's Pi -
iii.': Alonzo Boley, Upper Sumas:
James ll. Bartlett, Rosedale; William
riri'i-e.n. New Westminster; Richard
I. Vshton, Agasslz; Henry McL. Baker, Agasslz; Welland E5. Bi ckett, Por
ji am ij; Duncan Bule, Langley; John
McKoe Allan, Ladner; JohnL.Brown,
Surrey; William Brown, (tail's Pra.-
ri.': .luliii Burkett, Agasslz; Roderick
Beaton, Otter; Roi ert \. Bra len |r���
Langley Prairie; WlltTam Banford,
Chiiliwack; Thos. A. Bothwell. Tynehead; Ai'ian Iti.wiii/in. Upper Sanies;
Charles Bsrtrand, Shortreed; Fred
W. iV'imeii. Sumi .; Arthur P, Anderson, Murray's Corners; Oeorge T,
Baker Ladner; Archibald Bwkey,
Langley; Alex. a. Anderson, Cloverl
Valley; Christopher Albertson, WeBt-
hum Island; Samuel Beaumbnt, Chiiliwack; Alberl rtfehaut, l'iii Rlveri
road; K. P, Baldwin, Maple Ridge;
Robert J. Banford, Chiiliwack; Thomas Brown, Mud Bay.
Dl8tance -- " ��� 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 ���
One Mile Race. J J
i. P. .1. Elklns,    cup presented by �������������������������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������������������������������������������������������
Col, Alberl  Whyte, of Vancouver;  2.!= '  ��� ���
E. vv. Whyte, dinner cruet; :;. li. L. ����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
;:"': t   English Tobaccos,   Best Briar  and
Choice Meerschaum Pipes
Amber Cigar and Cigarette Holders       ���
RUBBEn   POUCHES.
Souvenir Post cards of New Westminster.
J.  G��  GAMON,   Tobacco and Cigars
J Corner of Begbie and Columbia St.
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t
Dis-
���
1. J. Hornby, cut glass bo.wl; 2
James .Vlains. silver cup; ;;, .1. Mc
Donald, silver pii   server.
Running   Hop,  Step and Jump.
1. W. P. Ogilvie, cake dish; 2. L
O. Hllller, pickle jar; 3, A. McDlarm
Id, silver BUgar spoon. Distance 42
Ft. 3V4  In.
220 Yard Race.
l, P. D. MoConnell, V.A.C., cup pr-- ^
seated bj Lieutenant-Governor; 2, H-ij
\v.  Ferguson,  cut   glass  platter presented'hy Lieutenant-Governor; 3, C.
L. Craig, pie knife.   Time 22 l-r. sec.
Vaulting  With   Pole,
I, Mr, Kipp, pudding dish; " 2, W.
Flood, biscuit jar; 2, I). McKenzie,
silver   toothpick   holder.      Height   9
ft,    I'e     ill.
120 Yards Hurdle Race.
1, l.. o. Hllller, Y.M.c.A.. fruit dish;
2. c.  L. P. Craig, pickle jar;    3, .1.
Hornby,  napkin ring.     Time  17 2 -5
.���!e.;'i':i Is,
Running  High Jump.
I. ll. W. Ferguson, cream and sugar let; 2. I.. O, Hllller, cream and sugar set; 3, E. W. Ogilvie. ecu meal
fork.
Dancing   Highland   Fling.
Children under 11 ye irs.
I. Grace  Robertson, $i;  2, Gilbert
;\'l-iins.   \ew   Westminster,   $"���';     3,
'Kennedj   Adams,  New  Westminster,
52.0.1.
'SwTr.l Dance children under 14 years.
l. Harry Thompson, Victoria, $4;
2, Kennedy Adams, New Westminster,
$:'.; 3, Jack Lynn, New Woatmlnster,
($2.00.
Sailors' Hornpipe   (adults'!,
l. Wm.  MoKay, J6;  2, J. A. Hen- j
derson, |4; 8, M iry lsdale, $2,
Highland Fling (adults.
1, William McKay. )6; 2, Mary Is- j
date, tl; v, James A. Hen lerson, $2.50,
Sword  Dance  (adults).
l. William McKay. $6; 2. J. A. Henderson, $4; 8, Mary ttdale, $2.50,
Irish  Jiq   (adults).
:. William McKay, $6; 8, J, a. Hen- |
derson, $4; 3, Mary lsdale, $8.50.
rjaipipe Competition  (open), marches
1,  .1.  Powell,  Vancouver.  $6.80;   2.
J,   BtgBi  Vancouver.' $B.00;   8,  M. C. I
McDonald,  Vaneouver,  $2.ri0.
Marches,  Strathsoeys and  Reels.     ,
1. .1. Uesrs. $S; 2, N. P. McDonald,!
��� ���� vv   R,   ). Pinl. SP,.
r**\ D-etsed Bov. HiqhUnd Cos'ume. I
i 1. !larry Thompson. Victoria, cuff j
1 links.
UNDER  NEW MANAGEMENT.
The Depot Oyster and Chop House
X      When  In the city, whether visitor or resident, THE PLACE TO DINE   *
1 Open   Day  and   Night. Meals  served  at  all   hours.
I
* s   OYSTERS Wholesale ami Retail a
*
���*���������������������������������������������������*���������������������***������*������������������������������*��������������������������
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
London. Oct- 1.���The exodus of unmarried women to the I'niti'd st:\t. i
and Canada continues. The steamer
Cymric takes 600 of them 'ind the
Cedric n similar number, Some (ire
going in search of husbands, other*
wlll seel, domestic sejvloe or wfll
loin friends, while the remainder have j Best Pressed GlrUHInhUnd Costume
'���een s^n-llnn their holidays In th-?      '���  Ma-�� Bflfcol" Teh chain;  "2
United Klasdum ' Gra�� R^bertaon, brooch.
w^BULLETIN   ���' |
Great Northern Railway I
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East and South
Leave 8:20 a. ni., 12:10 a. m., 4:35 p. m.
Parlor Cars.  Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone 194. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
W. A. ROSS. Assistant General Pass. Agt., Seattle. Wash.
B *~   PAGE BIGHT
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
thurSOay
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OCT.,
Visitors Welcome
Visitors will he made welcome at my offices. I have fitted up
Visitors' Rooms, where you may write your letters, rest or read the
papers.
Meet Me at Kerrs
Arrange  te,  meet   your friends   at   Kerr's   offices.
Pwe ��� dry���clean ��� fine and
full-savoured. It never cakes���
never gets bitter. That's why everybody uses WINDSOR SALT.
161
SOCKEYE ROW IS
MECCA OE THE FAIR
WJ.KERR.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. O	
FIRE INSURANCE
WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING   COMPANIES:
Capital
NORTH  BRITISH   AND   MERCANTILE   $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON       13.085.493
COMMERCIAL   UNION  OF  LONDON        12.166.666
LONDON  AND  LANCASHIRE      12,166.666
LIVERPOOL AND  LONDON AND  GLOBE        9.733,333
NORWICH UNION        5,333,333
TOTAL    $67,085,491
Further comment is surely not necessary.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. a
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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Weird, Wonderful, Strange
and Startling Sights Seen
on the Midway.
supporting her. You're wroig again,
friend, leastaways, they don'l call it
by th.it name now. lis the Beereene-
lee Saroohih  this year.
Besides these, all the old familiar
money extorting devised ara there.
The knife you tried fo ring al tl"? Dominion exhibition is still tempting
hundreds every day, and the boy in
charge is as positive as ever that if
you ring ii you will get it.
Through culpable negligence, a Si-
wash got a prize al the press-the-bulb
I and-win-something stand yesterday afternoon. An experlenw i man has
now taken charge.
WRITING
PAPERS
w
E are opening |j
another ship- tt
ment of the Eaton- ||
Hurlburt Papeteries ?&
High class goods.     ||
J. J. MACKAY y COS
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
For Home  Comfort
Purchase the
Monarch Malleable Range
The Range which received the highest   possible  honors   at  the  Lewis
and Clark Centennial at Portland in   1905, and of which the committee of
award wrote, that the Monarch was  given ihe highest award on tne first;
ballot, and if ihere had heen any higher prize offered the .Monarch Kange
would have received it.
HIGH   PRAISE   INDEED.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
AGENTS
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
K>X*Z<*l*Z*^^^
I Souvenir Goods
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HEADQUARTERS    FOR
SOUVENIR SPOONS, Etc.
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IW. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler I
>5 . .      !���_
Agent for the Hamilton  Watch.
fo��Z*-*>7*Z*-Z*X*Zti^^
Racuous voiced barkers to..ing Wuil
grotesque  exaggeration and  appealing
gestures o ft he wonders tu be seen
wiihin, sallow skinned ticket sellers
chanting their everlasting 'Allreadj
steplivelypayhere' monotonous rej.iiiii.m, tired looking women, ycelpl
beautiful Indian dancers and lovely
Italian females with .alluring gestures,
the cry nf the hoi tomales seller
blending with the .shriek of the steam
calliope, th.' jolly jostling crowff of
easy spender.- gaping open mouthed
hi the wonder depicted in gaudy colors on the flaring banners in front of
the tents spread for a thousand feet
along the race track at the exhibition
grounds, such is Sockeye row, this
year, last year, and year after year.
Always the same, yet patronized as
heavily today as it was twenty years
ago or will be twenty years henc -.
the Midway is part of every fair, the
happy hunting ground of the fakers
and the pitfall of ihe innocent. All
hail  to   Sucker  Row.
Starting at the extereme north en 1
of the row. take a walk along an 1
glance in at each as you pass. Yucatan, the Chinese mandarin, compelled
to flee from China beacuse he stepped
on the Emperor's shadow, will show
you the great and only Chinese dragon in captivity outside of the Celestial empire. This monster MJtved
in America eight weeks ago, and is
ted  entirely on  Japanese snakes.
Zee great Oriental dancers come-
next. These are being exploited by
Auguste Sala. not the original oT that
name, and comprise three dancing
girls and two Turkish war dancers.
The cause of the Turk's dance is not
clear, but it is plain that anyone seeing him dance will feel inclined to
committ murder and thereby provoke
a war. The women are clever dancers
What? Of course they do, can't even
see their ankles you naughty, naughty
man.
The elect ri lady has a msall teepee
all to herself. She greatly shoked the
Xews man yesterday���physically, of
course. He's too hardened a sinner
for anything else to affect him.
The Six Specially Selected Siberian
Spitz-Spurnzitz dogs (they answer to
the names of Sprix, Sripx. Blrpx,
Srpix, Spii'x, and Siprx) can do ev iry-
thing that no sensible canine' should
ever attempt, but the poor brutes
wenl crazy when they were named.
They   cannot  sneeze.
Morton, the great glass eater, offers
$250 reward to anyone proving him
a fake. Anyone needing the money
has full liberty to hit him with a cleaver, If the glass is not inside Morton,
he wil lhand over the money. What
more do you want.
In the vicinity of the Slimmer to-
baggon slide a number of insurance
agents have taken up their pitch.
They are doing a roaring business.
The petrified woman occupies a
tent all to herself. She gives everyone the stoney stare.
Sureyoucan Nosiree, the only living
son of Jo-Jo, the dog-faced boy, does
the (|iiick stunt behind a circular hole
in a big sheet. y,n\ have the privilege
of pitching baseballs al his nut, If you
miss him you can buy more shots, if
you hit bim you gel arrested tor brutal assault.
One man is trying to induce pe -
sersby to pitch things al MatfiT, bul
her reputation is aglnst her. There
are very few Si's in the vicinity.
And���the ladies will please retire
for a moment���there is also the marvellous Tlnnitoe, the famous mironip
dancer, who guarantees to cure toothache by the marvellous power of ante.
suggestion.   There are five other girls
Strikers Quarrel.
Regina, s.ask., Oct .1- There is j
Borne dissension in the' ranks ol the
fifty carpenters who Btruck here yesterday, an l this is likely to resull in
the failure of the Btrike. Twelve
linns have' signed the agreement recognizing the union, bul Ave of tha
larger Arms refuse' to do so, and as
tiie' labor supply is plentiful and buil'l-
ing operations will nol be affected to
any extent, the trouble' is not likely
to last. The pieces of the striking
carpenters have all been filled by other men.
Nlcomen,    o.'t.    i.���The   fisheries
steamer "Swan." which was snagged
and sunk in the DesRoche slough over a mnnth ago, w.as Saturday safely
salvaged by Messrs. F. Robinson and
Graham, who recently bought th
sunken boat from the government by
tender. They succeeded in getting a
cable around her and with a band-
winch and 'tackle beached her sufflci-
ently for thme to repair the hull.
The damage proved to be a very
Bmall hole mot large enough to admit ei!" a billiard ball); this having
been fixed, she was baled out, and
shoved into the water again with the |
aid of a jack-screw.
The young men are being congratulated on their acquiring so good a
boat at a nominal price, plus a little
enterprise.
It is understood that us soon as the
water on Harrison rapids will admit,
of it. the steamer will be taken up
to Harrison lake and will engage in
the towing business there.
The B. C. cigar touches the spot.
Call and examine
our full line of
Heating Stoves
Purchase at the commencement of the
fall season.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
H STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
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Electric Railway Service \
I nt_��rtirh ���_ r.      I   Inl* r_fflr>_-   nn    11...    1.......     tn,rv-it���   ��*..��.       5
Interurban   Line,
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
stations  will  run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p, m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for hoth Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 0:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at C: 30
a. m.
Special
Sunday 8ervlce  hair-nouriy he-
City  Line:     Cars  leave train tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Crfcish Columbia Oectric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
...IMPROVED FARM...
DO acres, 70 acres cleared and u nder cultivation, or in  meadow;   the
remaining 20 acres In alder bottom   land; good house (nearly new); Large
barn, etc.;  situated 2% miles from town on flrst class road.   The land produced 3% tons of hay per acr.' this   year and other crops in proportion.
THIS  SPEAKS   FOR   ITSELF.
Price $9500.00, Easy Terms
H
Reynier's  Kid Q
The Best Mad.
ov.
te.
..���!.
L ���
ml
We' are sole agents for this   world   famou
increase of business in our glove department
ling ihis Glove of Quality.
There is a satisfaction In Belling a
we sell Reynler's.   Iam your nexl  pair be a R
���
Ufcj
e tot
sinewing all the new shades.
G   ..
Boneval.  a  riiort   glove,  shown   in     shade
green, tan, mode beaver, brown, etc., pei
���
y,
Long  Glace  Kid Gloves.  12 anl   16 button ;. i
iiK.de  black, and  white, per  pair  	
Long  Undressed Gloves, 12 and   16 button, ii
Reynier   Hand   Sewn   Suede,   In   short  length
nii esl Glove sold; per pair.'	
���     $3,00 to,
" ��Wte aad(
*2 25 to t
"��fount
Picque  Sewn,  per  pair
$2.00
Short Glace Kid, per pair	
   $1.25 and $1.50
Cape Kid, per pair $1.25 & $1.50
Leather   Lined,   per   pair..$1.25
If there are any gloves you
want wbicb we have not mentioned here, ask us about them;
we  know   who  has  them.
0*M*��
PRIX,
PARIS
��� -' ^fes
REYNIER
A Few Suggestions about New
Clothing for Women
Probably many who read this advertisement edsomej
article of Woman's attire In a hurry this week.
To those, these few suggestions will In- appropriati '..ring w.
l.v thrown out as a base aniioiin cemeni of a tew ������:" lhi ..... ; :..r,
new ready-to-wear goods now being shown. We invite- a!l visitoni
the city to make themselves at  home in our store, and :���-.;
the long contemplated improvement.-, which have been curled out
A Fur for Every Woman
and Child
So many have remarked upon the large assortment o[ net.
which we are showing.   We are certainly showing the largest ranj|
we have ever shown, ana" they eare priced right this year conseq*
upon their having been bought right.
Infants' Sets in  Bearskin or    White  Fur, each    $1.25 to $51
Misses'  Fur Scarves, in all shades usually  sold   in   the cheapei
medium priced goods; each $1.75 tc VH��
Women's Marmot Stoles, in mink colorings and finish, a choicem*_\
and economically priced, ln lines   which   we   oan  reco tend
wear; each    $-1.50 to $3711
Other makes of Furs, such as  bear,   sable,     genuine   mink, martei,|
etc.,   we   show  from,  each $12.00 to $7"5.0.
See the New Styles in Women's
Neckwear this week
Any costume Is spoiled by an old or soiled collar being ��' :nwlf|
it.    There is such an exquisite range of dainty styles, modestly^
ceel, thai there is no excuse for careless dressing In this respi I  A|
new lot jusi in, in ti  far exhibition.
Lace  Collars,  in ..ill  styles, each    25c to $!-5'I
Turnovers, in over BO designs, each      10c to 75c |
Chiffon Collars, in hundreds of colors, suitable for any kind of weas
each       35c to $2.501
Silk Shoulder Scarves, the newest scarf shown, in Ice Wool, ShetlUM
Wool. Silk and Lace; many call them Motor Scarves; each	
       .     50c to $3=3
THERE   ARE   MANY   NEW  ARRIVALS    IN    THE     READYTO-
WEAR   DEPARTMENT.
New Coats and New Skirts have  arrived   tbis   week, also   Suit* |
and Blouses.
This, departmenl is situated In the new store which wc    >   ::
occupied.    Enter by the main door,  where you will be dl -
this  busy  section.
Leave Your Orders for
Millinery
We have had a strenuous time in the Millinery Depart
ing the past week. Some orders were not filled just when
but wa did our best to get. orders out on time.
N'ew lines are coming in from day to day, and Wflnts
filled from our immense selection in stock at present.
Leave your order at once, and we will endeavor to ha\
when needed.
ni.'iit tl"1''
promise0'
are ^ily
,. your Ml
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
THE STORE  FOR  HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
,247 Columbia Street, - - New Westminsi L���S;AY. CCT. 3, 1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE NINE
PROFESSIONAL
.   reid & BOWES, Barris
'^'Alienors,   etc     42   Leerne
*       |te   court    House,   New
V whealler. P.O. Boi
l;IlS . 119
' '   '",,ne   U-
,.,..; v  EDMONDS, Harris.
I goUdtOM, Blackie BtU.,
.;,  New  Westminster
���JH. L. Bdmonds.
HAMPTON BOLE, solid
,f the supreme court. Offii es
ol  commerce  build
-���:,...:.   opposite   posi
Westminster.    Money tt
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARi.'Ri ��SS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday, carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi   information  apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
LIST Of PRIZE WINNERS
AT
i. \v. A. Dash
K
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Best
I lants,
TTTn   WEAK!   ��   -'���-" ���������'"��� ���
������������ ��� . .������.-;.:,'>
, stminster, I'vupp B tt.
,,,  aad   L-oi'"e  streets.
.   .,,.s 81 to 24, *4B "" ,
'       ' ; ,...,,11   .Martin,  K. C,  ,
lef'Vv    <;   McQuarrie. H. A
M,   Martin will   be in the
,,     \V.    li.    -Ul'W'ie"   ���
J���    Ur   Martin  wild   be in tb
'.'     %��� office, ever, Friday
soon
ar
I A \IITIN, Barrister and
Guichon block, Colum
Cenzle streets. New West
;.
|MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solle ll  i
P ibitc, in practice since
Westminster. B.C.   Ol
.      . , l'enris Block, C
opposite   Court House
��� ������    Telephone 64.
p, II A N S FO It D,    Barrister,
Itor, etc., Crescent block,
!_.(,..        lumbia     and     McKenzie
,? Sew Westminster, B. C.
tARD OF TRADE.���N'ew   Westmin
ter Board of Trade meets in tht
card Room, City Hall, as follows.
Wednesday of each month
Juartt.ly meetings on the second
Wednesday    of     February,    May
August and November, at 8  p. m
bnual meetings    on    the    pecond
;,. |ne  | iy     of      February.      Ne*
Members   may    be    proposed    and
pecteel at anv monthly or quarterly
ueetim.   A. E. Whi��e. Sec.
SOCIETIES.
0. F,_AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
She regular meetings of this lodge
re held ln Oddfellews' hall, Colum-
ia street, every Monday evening,
t 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cor-
laily invited to attend. C. S,
liinion. N. G.; A. V. 1). McDonald.
IG.; W. C. Coatham, R. S.; Q. G.
!���'. s ;  Alex. Adams, treasurer.
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
ra;"re ��� ad in the world lhat eejiial in
equipment that of the Cl ag i, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
iwn and operate their own rieeping
in '. dining cars on alll the ir trains and
[ive their patrons an excellence of
'ervitr nol obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
34 Third St.. cot Al ler. Portland, Or.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
Fri".  GOI LET,
42. K K. Agent.
New Westminster
|ATERNAL   ORDER   OF   EAGLES.
rie No. 20��� Meets every Tuesday
\ er   .- al  8 p. m., In the Eagles'
fall, Columbia street.   F. .1. Lynch.
Pres ;   II. Schofleld, Secretary.
|0. U. W��� FRASER  LODGE  No. 3
-Meetings the first and third Tues
���ay   in    each     month.       Visiting
-hren cordially Invited to attend.
eodge room, A. 6. U. W. hall, Odel
|ellows'  block,  Clarkson  street,  C.
Corrigan, recorder;   Louis Witt
naster workman.
bSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
116, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Ruse Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month
|n K. of P. Hall, Columbia St.. al
��� P. m.. White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
lime and place. Visiting Brethren
(ordially invited. E. P. St inch
ombe., Pres., H. Disney, Secretary.
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yen
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most j +
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
:ar. rtclining chair cars (sents free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further  information  call  on  or   write
Division   F���Flowers. ,
iProtesseOnals.)
gi i e.. stove an i    grei nbouse ',
to  i ��� cupj   50 square   teet���1, ���
Davir- \  S ".,   cil   ; 2, S. G. Tidy, city. I
...    Rex, 0 \ arieth s, 6  plants, ���
nol   more I ban  b inch  pots ��� 1, S, ri.
2,   I'.' . Ita  &   Son.
���. i e     .,,.��'.-. 1. plants, 6 sin-
.-.. i.  dou li    l. .1   Muirhead, city;
2, Davies <*.��� ,Son; 3, S. G. Tidy.
Collection of greenhouse Ferris, nol
than 24  plants���1, S. ci. Tidy;
2, H.e'. i. s & Son.
..  n. In (2)���1, S. G.Tid> :
-'. Davies �� Son
Palms i'e,. noi I, ss than "��� i  rieties
l. S. i;. Tl I   . :. bavies & S ������-.
.'���      coll        n foliage plai ; -. to eee
i.s   e,   xj tdy,
'    .       & Son.
'.-.... : i- b,   12   . lants���1,
j. S, G. Tl :       .:.  i.
iul
Fuel igie     I, Davl<    i  Son, ,
ri S, C. Tiely.
Kuril si as. :; dou le-   1, S. G. Ti ly;
2, Davies et Son.
i lhi j santhemum :, 6 plants in bloom
:. T   Davh . .v.  Son;  2, S. G, Tiely: I
3, .1. Myirhead,
Cannas,   ri'  plants  in  bloom���1;  S.
G. Tiely.
Heliotrope (two)���1, T. Davies <m
Seen;  2,  S. Ci. Tidy.
Shower bouquet ��� 1, Brown Bi is, ���.-
Co., Vancouver; 2. T, Davies & Son;
::, S. (i. Tidy.
Bridal hoe; ;eie !, Brown Bros. i<_
Co.; 2, S. G. Tidy; 3, T. DaviesS Son.
Basket   ol   flowers    12x8���1,  Brown
Bros. & Co.;  2, S. G. Tidy
&   Sons.  city.
12   red���1,     Davi<
Davh s   A.
i.   Dav!
12  fancy���1,  Davit a
-l. Stride
C'arnationB	
Son.
Carnations,  12 white���l.
Son; 2, S. <;. Tiely.
Carnations,  u   crimson
& Son.
Carnations      ^^^^^^
Eton,
Swiei  peas, in  varietiei
&  Sons,
Double'  geraniums,  fi���1,   Stride   <v
Sons:  2. Davies & Son;  :'.. S. G. Tidy.
Single  geraniums, G���1,  Stride    &
Sons; 2. S. G. Tldj : 3, Davies & Son
Collection of named dahlias, not to
�� Mi'i'ii .",ii varieties   I, stride' & Sons;
y s  G, Tiely: ::. Davies \ Son.
Pot  Plants  (amateurs onlyl.
Besl  ri pi tnl - I i bloom    l. Mi
Dr iper, city: 2, .1, Wii gins, city.
Six fuchsias    :   .1. Wiggins; .'. M
Di : er,
Specimen   fuchsia    I,   .1.   WTggini
2, Mrs. Draper,
Six geraniums in bloom    1, .1. Wig
gins; 2, Mrs. Draper.
S] ��� cimen gei aniuni   1, J. Wi..   a
2, Mrs. Draper,
Ivy geranium in bloom, -���I, J.Wig
gins; 2, Mrs. Draper.
Specimen  plant, any variety���1. .:.
Wiggins;   2.  Mrs. Draper.
Collection   foliage  plants.   12���1, .1.
Wiggins;  ri Mrs, Draper.
Collection cacti���1, Mrs, Draper.
Cut  Flowers  (amateurs).
Besl  collection marigolds���1, J.Wig-
gins;   2,  Mrs.  Draper.
Collection zinnias���1. J, Wiggins,
Collection pansles���1, E, A. Wilson,
Stride city; 2, Mrs. Barrett.
six roses���1, W, A
��� ���',������   ..in   riadiG 	
���
ce.ji, e tion  sw(        ���        I    Kate
,e       itj    2   mis   G   '.   irey; 3,
V Wilson, city.
i Hgplaj list, ra��� I, Ha�� ' Kennj ,dtj
Di play  sweel   pi ea   I,  E   K,  Wilson;   2,   Mrs.  .1.   Me'N'al,. rin,   ;'..  Miss
li     Tee.. J
Diapla) nasturtiums���1, Hazed Kin-1
ley: 2. Mrs. M. Sinclair, dtp; Sf, Jftss
Q. Tovey.
Division G���Vegetables.
Potatoes, Rural .\'e>. 2. 4b pounds
i, Ashael Sini'ii. Ladner.
Potato* s. Bai ly Iriis, 15 pounds
l. .1. Smith, Langb .- . 2, Ashael Smith;
..     l\< a a.'.. cltj.
Potatoes, Irish Cobbler, 15 pounds
���1, Brehaut a.- B th cltj; 2, Ashael
Smith.
Potatoes, Late Puritan, l". pounds ���
1,  Vshael Smith.
P itatoes,   Sir   Walter    Raleigh,   l
1, Ashael Smith.
Potatoe s.    largest,    60    pounds    I,
Ashoi l Smith;  J. Brebaul &  Booth.
Potatoe . a.- a vai b i ��� not   i fore i*
��� d,  15  pounds    1, A -I: iel  Smith;
.'. D.   Fox,   K-    11 i e,   w ash.;     ::.    ll.
uson, Porl  Haney,
Potatoes, anj  i thei  vai letj  name I,
15 :nun Is���1, Sprott  e^;  Schou,  line i-
Lake;  2, Ashael Smith;  :'.. .1   'b
McAdam.
., 3,  thre    varieties, correctlj
(Continued on page 10.)
WARNING
Two sprays for ladies���1,
Sun.- ;   2,  T.   Davies   & Son;
Tidy.
Three    button    holes���1,
2,  T.   Davies  ,<���   Son:
Stride  ��vt   City.
::. s. Cl.      Twelve
Twelve
per;  'J. .1
Stride   Ai
S.  G.'
,\
Twelve'
-1, J. Wis
Sems;   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Tidy. ! Wiggins.
Cross, 20-inch frame���1. Brown Bros     Twelve Pompon dahlias
& Co.; 2, Stride & Sons; 3, S. G.Tidy; ! iftns;  2, Mrs. Draper.
1. T. DflVieB & Son. Collection of dahlias. 24 varieties-
Funeral  design, other    than  cross, 1, ���'��� Wiggins; 2. W. D, Draper, city;
I'I inch fi'ani���1, Hrown Bros. & Co.; \'-b E.  Broad, city.
2, Stride <K  Sons:  2. s. G.  Tidy;   4,      Collection verbenas���1, Miss (i. To-
Davies  ft  Son. I vey,  Vancouver.
Carnations. 12 pink���1. T. Davies &|     Collection  annuals���1,  W.  A.  Dash-
Son;  2. Stride ^- Sons. 1 wood Jones.
BEWARE OF OPTICAL SHARKS.
WHO MAY OPERATE AT THE ��a-
HIB1TION.
These optical parasite - make a business of operating at exhibitions, and
are past-master fakers.
Thev owe allegiance to neither state
municipality or  its  citizens.      They
: pay neither taxes or rent, but like all
Dashwood Jones I "gulla" they  are ever on  the wing,
| excepting when gathering  from their
show dahlias���i, .1. Wiggin.8.   victims the necessary tor locomotion.
cactus dahlias���1. Mrs. Dra-   They  know nothing about  the eye or
Wiggins. the  science of optics, and care less.
decorative dahlias ��� 1, J.' go long as they can relieve the un-
I suspecting of their liar dear ned money.
If your eyes are troubling you anel
you have not the time to come to an
eye specialist like' Dr. .Ionian (Vancouver i, then spend your money with
your local optician, and at least have'
the satisfaction of knowing you utanel
a chance of getting some degree of
satisfaction, which you cannot hope
to get  from fakers.    SO BEWARE!
often wonder *hy the lioy or girl
is so backward at school���and
naturallj feel disappointed that
the child is sn dull; then, too, th,>
lined one' is subject to harsher treatment at school because he or she
seems so stupbl It may be the fault
of the child, or it may lx> the chilel
bas defective ej-esighi and is there-
- tore at a disadvantage because' the
Sight is not normal What we want
to say to the mother is:   Send your
chilel to us. We will have' our optician examine and test the ej^ea Eo see
i: : e poor sight can nol be Impn v< l
bj the ii e of glasses We ��iii be
hone's: with you and the child. If
la are not needed, we will tell
j'ou i' Tiie examination ami testing
will net cost you a cent. We have
the appliances for testing and correcting all kinds of poor sight, anl
can supply glasses at your own price.
Our charges are about half what some
others .barge. our optical department is in charge of l-' w. Heath,
graduate optician, late of Ottawa- in
all cases satisfaction guaranteed <>e-
money refunded.
Curtis Drug
Spectacle
Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B    C.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS.
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F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
PURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099,  I O.F.
-Meets the Fourth  Frielay  In  th<
south at   S  o'clock,  In  the  small
Nl, Oddfellows'    block.      Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to at
Mnd.   .1. H.  Rushton, C. R.;  F. P
"uril, it. s.
PURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808
, 0. F,���The regular meetings ut
fii:-. Lodge are held on tho Second
ptiel Fourth Tuesdays of each month
",' ' P m, in ilie Oddfellowa' HUll.
b>' ���'��� ���: Brethren are cordlaly in
r11"! to attend. K. C. Firth, C. R.;
^' P. Maxwell, Sec.
^E ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
"EhANCE meet every Wedneadaj
_ s I'clock p. m., in Oddfellows
P&U, Columbia street. Visiting
Pr<''liivii are cordially Invited tii at
|eni, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brows,
TOC
���NO UK SCOTLAND BENEFIT Ab
O0CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
J-AMP, 191,_Meet8 on the First and
inini Tuesday of every month in
p' "f P. Hall. John McNiven
^tlll'f    I. .1. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
Following is the location and num-
'of the lire alarm boxes in the ci'y:
"���Asylum,
J~Royal city Mills.
'���Carnarvon and Tenth.
I J-Roya] avenue and Eighth,
ri^tl) avenue and Twelfth.
*���St, Mary'a Hospital.
"-Si'Con(1 and Park Row.
T.^'luinbin and  Dufferln
rjppertoa.
P   Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
L"~*u,rd avenue and Second.
In  ���tth ilv(,n'io and Fourth.
"-i'i fth
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-
! pean points.
i Special    Reduced    Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   California.
i For full Informtion call en or write
t'. E. LANG, General A^ent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C,
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
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1 X
i 4
I
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Ladies'and Children's Ready-to-Wear j
P-Thi
1��-Agn(
avenue and Eighth,
rd avenue and Tenth.
84     �� and Sixth.
K-o  aake Maoh,ne Works.
3fi1p"'""!':'  ,'in'1 McKenzie
C'P,R'  Rta,1��n'
"'���"Sl"a!l and BucMand  Mills.
To not fail to visit us during your
stay in the city.
Our stock is now complete in
Ladies' Furs, Blouses,
Dress Skirts, Fancy
Collars and Belts,
Underskirts, Flannelette
and Woven Underwear
Also Whitewear
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS 4
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY  ���
=FINEST  AND "--   '���
i:
FASTEST=    i
H. Power
Particularly
Old   Country.
___^__    t    w Children's Furs, Hats, Caps, Coats,
FMPRESSES*.  { Bonnets, Coats, Dresses, Hosiery,
Unde? wear, Etc.
18,000 (EMPRESS OK BRITAIN \ 14,500
^E��Di.ir_.a nw ! n ELAN U J      TONS
EMPRESS OF IRELAND i
lOW   rates     from     the
Reservations  made
here for all sailings.
For particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
Cushion Tops
Frills and Cords
Tinted Centres
Stamped and
Fancy Linens
If wanting a neat souvenir, ask
for our Souvenir Cushion Tops-
prices range from
40c to 75c each
C. P. R. Agent.
THE W HITE HOUSE
i
A. J. BIRTCH      -:-      275 Columbia Street
j. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty. J 	
r .-.,��� Offlc*.  ei(.l<��*  Mr**'   i
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   8.  C.       ';������*�����������<>������*������������������������������������������ ����^��������MM��*��"M����W< PAGE TEN
ntym t���
n
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY
V
Houses
That are
Homes
PRIZE LIST CONTINUED
(Continued from page 9.
House of 7 rooms, ai: modern, nice
location. $3,000; very easy terms.
Ref. 279.
2 storey 6-room House just completing, bath room, pantry, etc.. full size
lot, lane in rear, beautiful view. $2500.
Ref. 89.
S-room House, modern, faces south,
very close in. $2600; half cash, bal.
1 and .1 years.    Ref. _!17.
Cottage 4 rooms, just completed,
city water, faces south. $120flT half
cash, bal. 6 and 12 months.   Ref. 328.
New cottage, fine corner lot, nice location.   $1700; easy terms.   Ref. 310.
ABBOTT
& HYDE
NEXT GUICHON   HOTEL, CITY.
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low
���lei.ends on what sort of value
you receive for the price. On
this basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell. Our first aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost- We are Invariably successful in both these intentions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
Lot Signs and
Fence Advertising! ���
for Real Estate
Men
named, IS pounds each���l, A-shael
Smith; 2, Brehaut & Booth; 3. J. ll.
McAdam.
Potatoes, best collection. 12 of each
sort���l, Ashael Smith.
Carrots. Short Horn. G roots���1, D.
Fox;  2. O. F. Knight, Sardle.
Carrots, intermediate, 6 mots���-1,
Mrs. M. J. Cohurn, Central Park; 2.
G. B. McKnight.
Parsnips, 6 roots���1, G. E. Knight.
Cabbage, two best red���1. G. E.
Knight.
Brussels Spouts, two stalks���1, Mrs.
Cohurn.
Savoys, two best and largest���1,
Brehaut & Booth.
Onions, while, G each���1, Mars
Bros..   Coquitlam.
Onions, red, 6 each���1, G. E.Knight;
2. .1. Fox.
Onions, yellow, 6 each���I. A. Dins-
more, Elgin;  2. T. Lains.
Onions .yellow, pickling, 1 quart���
, 1, M.ars Bros.
Beans, Scarlet Runners, in pod, best
dish���1, P. W. Evans. Vancouver; 2,
.Jacob Fox.
Beans, bush, in pod���1, D. Geliatly, '
Gellally:  2, Jacob Fox.
Beans,   broad,   best dish���1,   G.  E. '���
Knight,
Corn, table, 6 ears���1. A. E, Skinner, Silverdale; 2, J. G. McAdam, Port
Hammond.
Beets, long, G���1. G. E. Knight.
Beets, globe. G���1, G. E. Knight;
2, J.  Fox.
Celery, white. G bunches���1. Bre-j
haul  &  Booth;   2,  H.  Davey,  Epworth.
Celery, red, 6 bunches���l. f. \v. Evans, Vancouver.
Radish, long, best dish���1. Brehaut
&  Booth.
Radish, turnip, besr dish���1, Brehaut i- Booth; 2, Mrs. M. .1. Coburn.
Squash, best two, any variety, table use ��� 1  and 2. Mis. M. J. Cohiirn.   :
Squash, best two. Hubbard���1, G.''".
bb Knight.
Pumpkins, for table use, 2���1, G.
I'.'.  Knight.
Vegetable Marrows, 2���1, VV. A.
.Diashwood Jones; 2. A. E. Skinner,
j Silverdale.
Tomatoes, best 12���1, Jesse Love,
i Burnaby;  2, Davies & Son.
Ti.iiiaie.es, best collection, C each���
j 1 and 2, D. Geliatly,
Cucumbers, best brace, green, grown
under glass��� 1, Mrs. M. .1. Coburn.
Cucumbers, lust brace, green,grown
i in open air���1, Mrs. M. J. Coburn;
; 2. Davies Ai Son.
Citrons,   best   2���1.   Mrs.  M.   .).   ('...
n: 2. G. E. Knight,
Melons, water, best 2���1. u. E.
Knight.
Overweight Problem Solved
With this 1907 visible self weighing, self computing Automatic Scale,
a child can easily, quickly and correctly divide the wholesale purchase
into retail packages without a grain of overweight.
Gives the exact weight for the
exacting dealer.
Gives the exact weight to all
customers.
True as steel and built for a
lifetime of exact weighing.
Weighs to an ounce-computes
to a cent.
DAYTON   MONEYWriGHT
Scale No. MO.
NZTE1HE LOW PLATKIhM
Automatic Weighing Machine
ACCURATE, RELIABLE,
DURABLE
A low platform-only 6 1-2
inches from the counter.
Our Automatic scales are equipped with a thermostat, like a watch
which makes them weigh with absolute accuracy in any temperature.
This scale saves time and also
money. The scale that saves is no
expense.
No swinging pendulum, no moving indicators, no poises to shift, no
beams to bother with, no ball to forget, no friction to pay for.
������ SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE FAIR ������^-^
THE COMPUTING SCALE CO.
Of Canada, Ltd.; 140 Water St., Vancouver
1<*1<*1K*1*Z<*1<*1*^^^ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������
W.  E.   FALE'S
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
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t  ��TOI-UB-jaHa_B-n.MHMB_aB-_flBB-M
By our Special
Lithographic  Process
We have  the  only   Lithographic Machine in B.C.
���*��� I am the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings   Dealer,   Funeral *
i   j��; Director and Embalruer, ami I will sell you anything in my line cheap !���]
-Melons, musk, nest.-'���1, Mrs M. J. |   $ and will give you better value than you  can get in any other  place 'al,
>*: ia the city.   Try inc. .Jj
V v
>; Wall   Papers  in   endless variety.    Oilcloth from 25c  up.    China >j
>J Matting  from  15c   up.     Linoleums   from 45c   m. Curtain Stretch- y
��������� ers, the  best  made, $2.25  per    set.       Carpets,   all    grades   and ;J
!���! prices.    Iron  Beds, white and tint enamels. $3.50 and up.    Pre- \ai.
, Mrs. M. J. Coburn: I    * arnbulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions. *
V '���
y All kinds of job work ami repairing done cm shortesi  notice. Reason- ;*!
Wheat, autumn, l bu., 60 lbs. (red)     | able ,,ri'"'s :""' satisfuctio" guaranteed.    Now goods arriving daily. ��
1. J, l.. Porte, Strathcona.
���
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Coburn,
Melons, autmeg, best 2���1, G. E.
Knight;  2. Mrs. M. .J. Coburn.
Peppers, one plate���1, D. Qellatly;
2,  Davies & Son.
X. Grimmer, Pender Island.
Division   H���Field  Produce.
| A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES!
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS  ELEGANT   Lll.i.AI.V  INCLUDING   125    VOLUMES   A.V
J    HANDSOME  CAS,':   WILL  BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
��� SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   IX   NEW   WESTMINSTER SE-
��� CURING   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   OF   VOTES   IN  THE  bb-
The Royal City Sign
Works
30 SIXTH STREET.
Wheat, spring,  1   bu., 60 lbs.���1, .1.
\fj. Porte; 2, .1. G. McAdam.
Barley,   chevalier,  l   bu.,   ri lbs.���
1, .1.  I_. Porte.
Henley,   rough,   1   leu..   IS   llis.���1,   ,J,
i.. Porte;  2, .1. G. McA Lam.
Oats, while, 1 l,n., ;;i lbs.���1, T. Daly, Edmonton; 2, A. A. Folk, Ladner.
(lais,   new   variety,   not   before   ex-
hibited,  1 hu.. ::i lbs.���1, J. L. Porte.
Peas, blue, 1 bu., 60 lbs.���1, j. Matthews,  Liangley.
C-NERAL MACHINE AND KNUINI!       Rye,   1   bu., 56 lbs.���1,    II.    Webb,
WOHK. Bardis,
Buckwheat, 1  bu.,  ri lbs.���1, W. R
fii   I have sold the block and am sthl doing business in  the same place  8 ��� LOWING   MANNER;
;���;   ami in (he same old way. ,���. #        The  merchanl        ���   i  below wi'.:
>. ���* 2
t4m\m*&m*m*\ffi*m*m*^^ * '    ll'l    '.'      <IIH'       VOfC.
with  each  t��i   caah '������'���'���'���
Westminster Iron Works
F. Mandevllle,
SHIP SMITHING, KKlLHiW and
STRUCTURAL IRON    wouK.        Austin,  Sapperton;
Ornamental  iron   worK,  including e     ^'
Fences, Gates, Fire Kscapes, etc. Turnips, 5 Swede for cattle���1, T
Mail orders and correspondence In- [ Lang, Eburne;  2, A, Dinsmore, Elgin, 1
',ued- Turnip.-,   r,  yellow for  cattle���1,  T.e
JOHN REID, '    K
Mangold wurtzels, .", globe���1, Mrs.
A. Read;, Ladner; 2. W. E, Buckingham,  Eburne.
Mangold wurtzels, " long red ��� i,
Mrs. A, Read; 2, J. M. Steves. Steveston,
Sugar beet, 5���1, G. Knight, Sardis.
Carrots, 6 Ions white���1, o. Knight,
Excellent Train Service Between    -  ���'��� A  Coatham, sardis.
Carrots, 6 yellow���l, J. A. Coatham,
Carrots, 6 red���1, J. A. Coatham:
2, ri.  E. Knight.
Kohl raid, best 6���1, H. Webb. Sardis; 2, AV. E. Buckingham.
Hale of hay, clover���1, J.  Thomp-|
son,   Chiiliwack.
Hale of    bay.   mixed���1.   J. G.   Mc-1
A (lain.
.,,'__,        .    .    , ,     . _        .1     Best 1'tO lbs. of corn for ensilage���
And all the principal business centers of .
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MAM- '" "
TIME PROVINCES.
Killed in Struggle for Freedom.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and      Dayton, 0., Oct. l.-In a desperate
PHIIADELPHIA,  via, Niagara Falls. [ ,,���,���   tor ,���,,.,,,,,������, William  R.  Huron.
of Glendale,  O.,  a   federal  prisoner,
lunged bead foremost from a movlns
BEGBIE BTKHIUIT.
New WeBtmlnoter. t. O. 474.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
A Good One
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms..
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
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���
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rhe contesi   began   Aug.  23rd,  1907,    anil will close   ���' ���'   -
\ at 7 p. m.
\ balloi box i    pla 1 In D. s. Curtis ^ Co's drug    I ���'���'<'��� *;'"
'.���  the close of the c mtesl the 1/ ri". Socb i;.. Chu
lng   received   the    largesl number of votes will be    A| : :;
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Cu/renl   accounts  when  pi impi j ; ee I are entitled t<   ���''"���'���
Remember, votes i in  be Becun I by trading with thi   firms
���el  below.
Librarj   is on exhibition at W.  ES, Fales' furniture sta
n. S, Curtis will counl the vote i,
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
JUST   RECEIVED
A Large Shipment of
Crockerys^Gl
lam,
F��r Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VALiX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
train, and  was kills 1.
assware
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
(under now  management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
E. RUSHTON &. A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Gen. Repairing
I).   S.   CURTIS   A  CO.
Drugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
T.   S.   ANNAND4L-E
West  End  Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS  PUB. C0.J
Daily   and   Weekly  News     ||
MOREY   &  CO.
Books and Stationery
O.   BURDLTT jl
Home-made   Chocolate   Con-    I
fections,     Ice   Cream {I
CENTRAL   LIVErT'sTABLESJ
S.  H. Thompson
Prop.
.The genuine articles���the B. C. and
Old  SpoN   ri'-ai'-i.      For sale  by  all I
IrBl ' ri'.s dealers.
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.       OUR: PRICES
ARE RIGHT. \
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ADAMS y DEANSi
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS!
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Daily News Voting Coupon
In Library Voting Contest.
Good   tor   Ten   Votes   in   Library Voting Contesi    i"
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For one  year's subscription   paid In advance, V'u]
200 votes; six months, $2.00, 100 voles.
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������������� OCT- 3. 1907
The White is King
OF SEWING MACHINES
,.*"*'
It run.- light, am  jev   tight.
'���'-'    'Ol  '    -   l" I A,   "  .Y.A'l'le .
Watch for our large exhibh ai
ministration,   ii   Pane;   Worl   al   the
fair.    [Jpstain in man. building.
Kachtaei   del - ered to your dooi  in
ar.y place it. British Columbia
couver Sewing Machine Exchange
Store.   Cor    Granville   and   Robsofl sfeets.
Phone   1487.
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THE
H. T. SHELTON CO.
BEARS THE HIGHEST
REPUTA TION.
782 tll 78(1
Granville Street, Vancouver
. 19!
Ladies, Win
15���or- $iO
1 ASTLRBROOK   MILLING  CO., fburne,
- I R   TWO   PRIZES - First, ?1".
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IMPERIAL   TLOUR  -  IMPERIAL
nl ranee fee needed        that it is thai I
ad bi  made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
��� T  STREET.
New  Westminster. Telephone 333,
\. C. Mills, Timber and |
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kindt at
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
farmersIStention !
I Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
DRIVERS CANNOT
T!E UP THE MINES
hin&le and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
2"i'.ii:yz<r-:--"������:'������-"���'-'-;:-.:-: ! .'������"������-"""���o-
;he Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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1 J. PHILLIPS
Wholesale Fruits,
Commission
Merchants
British Columbia
fruit a Specialty
and company
U7 Water  Street,
Phone 2597
' VANCOUVERB.C
Mayor Planta, of Nanaimo,
i discusses Trouble Between
Company and Employees.
Ma a Nanalmo, who Is
too        tei  fo    iu Coal city,
i ��� '������     tii      .i   Brit! ii    ol    British
ee bla Schoo   Tn iteei held In the
Mouda    Tueadaj  aad yeate da
evenlflj   ifeaterday h< made a "friend
iS;-  \, ������       ��� and  eu ill'-
course >l e ooi ��������� ���sa lon expressed
blmsell us being ttlghi) pleased wlta
thi ' ;-v. Westmlnstei exhibition, cornea ;.- [].: i v. ith the receni Vic
chlbltton He- was Borrj that
he v..- called upon o return home
being ab spend several
���   - ���  flia: t  In   hit city.
���--..I.     b -,  ol eiee   Wear-
Nanaimo, and
��� ..    .      ��� em ''-! '��d ei' tile
he sa - con ial    cam -
. aettli mei I   v. th  rii i
ii .1 us -
���
-.- eek,
vt      .   -   . .       bi coi -i tions
\ ���. ���   . , .      bey
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Ma;      ... - - i I
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conditions i i ���
their tab a 1
.,. thai   our
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ees a 	
meetin
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meet-
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sth more
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It    is hard thai    the
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ild, which he drlt
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...
"No companj wants to ������<��� lorced to
 rn
- ...- :  I .- i      '���   . ��� I on
ie   w .       -   Fuel ctfm
.   ��� ee drl\ ei b
unpany tn Can-
. : i     Va was pi        1 ou   on the G
last S ' ��� ! -a
ist 3 per i e than at Exten
,   i      e v I. or    Crows'    Ni
Pa..    w bile     waa , ilnte l oul in fhe
31  -,. of Washti ;toti  ' Ivere were
.. ��� .  i than here  ;     I don'l !,ri''-
comparison w - quite fair.
"The driver - noi being skilled v\ ��� '���
-,, -,  , .-. i i .'iv.   be replaced    al  the
in   ��,e   u '���''    :'-\ '   nil   the   ��� 11
.���������. e - e to i"- on tldei  lhi
��� -ii  first."
Mayoi  PI ml 'i-> lai ge shareholder lu tlle Western Fuel compnaj
����� <�� ,MM��HW^ MM��tM��
Fnr rut flowers, bonc(flel8 or funeral designs telephone T- navies &
Son, R- 20S. ������?
Trains & Steamers
C I'.R.   MAIN   1.INE.
Le minster .-.16,9:36
Arrive    N'.-\\    v, -     .  ��� 8:46,
lo te       10, :o-.l5-
CltF.^T NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N, v.. B.tO a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. i'2b p.m.; ur. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m
-f
V.. W. & Y.���VAWOT'VFR
Lv. N. W. 3 p. in  and 9:66 p. tn
Lv. Vancouver 8.31. a.m.. and * p.m.
O. N. R���PORT GUICHON.
Leave Men Westminstei 8:60 !>.m.,
arrive Qulchoc 6 p.m.
Leave Gulohon 6 a m . arrive Ne*
Nev,  Westmlnste   3 B0 a  m
Mondays, Wednesda ��� and Fridays
B. C.  Bl.ECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 6.60, 6.60, 1
and 8 a. m��� and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Vrltlah Columbia Coast Lln*
>   ^ Bervlce.
���rn
ia*HX '
TIME T\BLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
VANCOUVER   -VICTORIA SEATTLE
ROUTE
SS    Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vancouver i  p-m, dail;  ex
cept 1  esd
i eaves Seattle 12 midnighl dail}
iv ��� Vli '������ ��� ���  .     a  da l;  exci        -���            i   \   i couve
S S. Charmer
\   ��� ,-��� .-.      11:30 p m   daily
esi       Sund
\     oria 1 ���; - ii exci   ;
S
SS   Princess May or Princess Royal
-.'..--   Vlcto   i   1!        e   -'������.-.   Mon-
��� i
es Vancouv*     - I uesday.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer   R.   p.   Rithet.
T.e Victo 11   Wediw '- - urdaj.
Victoria       i       lay,   Friday,
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver l ri;o p.m. dail;
Sunda;     Friday and Saturday
,i.m-
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S S   Tees
i.-   ea Victoria 11 p-m ad Wh
 il  ��� Cla oquot, Mosqdl
': to l! ���   o  and --���������:��� [>"rK     ' I ������ each
Quatsii      ad  wa
80th o  eacl  month tor Ahcuset, Quat-
sin'j Cap* ^--or and waj po  -
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTfc.
��teamcr Tr3"sfer
On Del 9 . 1, Twnafei will leive
Bb ��� itoi ��� ��� -i m Instead Ol ", i> tie.,
ini'i will leavs New Westminstei ttl ,;
Instead ot 2 p.m. This to ac-
DommodaU passenger traffic f<>_- the
exhitiltlon
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
8. S. Beaver
l_eaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, We<Inesdayn and Fridays.
leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
lan'ltnKs between New Westminster
and Chiiliwack.
UP RIVER.
Ramwia���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. S a.m.
From Chwk, Sun., Wed.. Frl.. 7 am
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S S. Amu-- or Princess Beatrice
Leaves Vancouver at S p.m. 2nd
sne_ ICth of each month, calling at
SktdfSrate on flr^t trip SDd Bella Cool^
on second trip, Time on arrival am1!
I ���      "'ire  are  approximate.
For reservations and information
call or address lv_.
En. gottlet,
Agent, Npw Wpstmlnster.
R. J. OOYLB,
���.SSI. Gen. Pas��.  Agent, Vancouver.
.1. W. TROTIP,
Ofnoral  Siinerfritendent. Victoria
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points
Connects ai Meyers Falls with
stage fHily ioi   Republic.
Buffet service on trams between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    'November    to,
6YNOP8IS   OF   CANAOIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands wlUt>
in the Railwaj Ball In British Columbia, maj be ho -  lei   b   an;   pair
son who Is   he t ���'���  he id ol i   I
or any male over IS years ot   -n-������. to
the extern of  one-quarter   section of
160 acres,  !���	
Entry tmis'. be tun-ly pSTsonallj at
the locid land office for the dist riet In
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans:
(1) At   leaSI   Sh    m:"!!'!!'-    resilience
upon and   cultivation of   the land ln
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), ot the homesteaei-
Or resides upon a farm in the vicinity
Of the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may he satisfied
by such person residing wihh the
father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him In the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may he -saiisfied by residence
upon the said land
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner ot Dominion riaftiijj H'- Ottawa oi Intention
to apply for patei t-
Coal lands may be purchased al $l'i
pei Here for soff coal and $20 for anthracite. Not more than 820 acres
can be acquired by one Individual or
company. Royalty at the rate of ten
cents per ton of 2.ooo pounds shrill he
collected on the gross output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized   publication of
this   advertisement   will not be paid
fer.
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
General  Repairing.
���The
IQOl.
Leave
\  9.20 a.m.
; 12.25 p.m.
q 40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane  7.15 p.m.
. .Rossland   4.10 p.m.
.. .Nelson  6.45 p.m
H. A. TACKSON.
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and Front Sts.      Phone 275
NURSES SAVE HOSPITAL.
Bi iva   Women  cf  St. Thomas  Fight
n.ienes  Heroically,
gi   Thoma . Onl   Ocl   1    The  \m
i   \Y,���.i  he    Ital  here had a  nar
row escape fe-''" d   ti tn tl il  1 n m
and was saved by the nurses. The
��-, o: iginated In an ��� ri trunk full 0
riothes which t< 1 In the hall on
thlr 1 torey, and when the llanv a
were dlscovere I the; had nten
throui '1 1 pai tltloti and 1 onsume 1 '<
v.- irdrobe In an 1 .joining room. Tin
,i irm wd e given an ; the nurses, a 11
lng ihe Ore buck11 ;. wenl willingly to
work. When the city Bremen arrh I
the 1 laze was entirely under control.
Tin. patients ���-��� Bre kepi in Ignorance
or whai wns going oil.
Rich Traces of Radium.
(ieneva. Oct. l.�����A newspaper slnles ,
thai Prof. .loly has completed a geological  examination  of specimens of
the strata collectsd trom boflngs tor
the Slmplon  tunnel.    He found Hch
,truces of radium, indicating   larger
deposits than any hitherto discovered
in Europe,
fif, believes  tha1  the  presence of
these deposits cauaed the abnormal
heat experienced In building the tunnel. Hfl prerlirts that continued re-
search will prove the world's supplv
nf radium is sire:it?r than was sup-'
nosed,
The Fit-Reform
1333 Hastings Street,
VANCOUVER   -   -   B.C.
Dear Sirs:
Exhibition visitors are personally invited to
look at the Fall and Winter Display of Fit-Reform
Suits, Rain Coats, and Overcoats.
The styles now ready discount in variety and
excellence anything of the kind ever shown in
Vancouver. The enviable part of this business
is style, with a wide range of patterns confined to
our trade exclusively, and little chance for
duplication.
The new Overcoats and Suits are a revelation
of fine tailoring, with character and individuality
all their own.
We ask nothing better than a chance to show
the New Fall Fashions, regardless of whether or no
you care to buy.
THE FIT-REFORM
Clothiers and Tailors
j PACE TWELVE
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, CrT
OCT.,
FARM   LANDS
207 acres In Langley, one-half nine from new tram line, all prairie land
$35 an acre, on terms.
160 .icres in Langley, one mile from tram line.   He/use, barn and big clear
ing.    $30  an  acre.
ien acres In Langley, one mile from tram line, house, barn, orchard   and
clearing.   $40 an acre.   Terms.
ilu acres in Langley, 26 acres cleared ready for plow, splendid soil.   $40 an
acre.
360 acres in Surrey, one mile from  tram   lln'*,   good    trull    land;    $2500
worth of cedar.    $.'55 an acre.   Terms.
160 acres in Langley, some good tim tier land Al at $15 an acre.
50 acres In Langley, good land.   $1200 on terms.
160 acres In Matsqui, food land.   $15 an acre.   Terms.
27 acres adjoining SQUth Westminster on tnam line.   $200 em b   ���
57 acres in Langley, good land, $1200.   Terms.
540 acres In Sumas, 55 acres cleared, 15 acres In orchard, 800 a< .
mih land, 270 acres up land, good house,   barns,   stables,   i
etc.   some valuable timher on Fraser river   al   steamboai
J 16.50 an acre.
160 acres In Surrey, 30 acres cleared, 30  acres  slashed,  good  boi
barn, 10 acres fenced, stable, etc.   $6200.   Terms.
Diamond & Corbould
German American Fire Ins. Co. arid Empire Accident and Surety Co.
RESIDENT AG ENTS
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Provincial Exhibition
FLOWERS AND FRUIT
MAKE FINE DISPLAY
1907-
AND
Keen Rivalry Between Exhibitors in Cut and Pot
Flowers���Indians Exhibit.
OCTOBER
$K0, OnO In Prizes and Attractions $f;nj 000
STUPENDOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE
ARRAY OF EXHIBITS!
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY. OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
in the Agricultural building judging
was the order all day yesterday, and
on the lower floor, among the flowers
e
and  plants, it has been a  very hard
V^UCCn S I  OlK, 1 lCW W CSlIHinSlCI} Da V*   to award the prize's.   The flowers and
plants shown iii the amateur classes
are of an exceptionally high class, an-lI
there is quite as large an exhibit as
has ever been shown previously,    in |
cut flowers, the dahlias, pompon, cae
tus, decorative and show,  are all fin.' i
SpecImentB  and   each   variety  is  verv !
well  represented,    in  the carnations
there is an exceptionally good display. j
| both in  the light and  dark  varieties.
while in the begonias the dispfay is ol
| i the very best.    Hoses are not much in
evidence,  except    in    bouquets    anl
Bprays.
Great Taste in Flowers.
In the arranged dowers and designs
there is the finest exhibition that has
ever been here.     The arrangement,
. choice of colors and  materia*  show
representing Agriculture, Horticulture, and Stock, as well great taste and a perfect knowiedg ���
as the Industries of the Province. '"'the i|OSSibili,iis<* ��>��* th combin
ation of colors and stock. The shower bouquets and baskets of flowers are
particularly worthy of noUce, while
the bridal bduquets, button-boles,
sprays,  crosses and  other funeral do-
i wonderful show, bj far an I away
above anything shown here before,
the judge hardly bi lieving such grapes
could be raised lure, especially some
thai wer,- senl here from Bpulma-
cheen.
There is a much better showing of
quince than iu the past, but the commercial display litis dropped to two
competitors, and the same number
compete In the classes for pack' d
fruil for shipping, The smaller number nf entries this yar is largely attributed to the cost anel scarcity of
labor, *
it would be unfair while mentioning
the flowers, to omit mention of the
way the flower beds and lawns have
been kept at the park, and the credit
they reflect on the park keeper, R.
Robinson.
^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^ij
I The Pacific Coastl
Pipe Co., Ltd.
Fined for  Killing Pony.
Montreal.   Oct.   1.���George   Ahbojt,
of St. Lambert, who smashed a polo
I pony's head with  a  club,  was foun 1
guilty  today and  sentenced to fifteen
days with a fine of $52.
���
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:
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SPECIALTIES:
Machine Branded, Wood
Stave Water Pipes    '
:-:   Over 75 miles of Pipes made last year.   :���:
Write for Catalogue.   Full   particulars and esti-1
mates furnished.
p. o. Box 563. Vancouver, B. C|
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<���������**���*��<>���������
ADVERTISE IX THE DAILY NEW8 ADVERTISE IN THE l>
.V NE
The attractions will consist of a Lacrosse Tournament, in which the Toronto Tecumsehs, Vancouver and
New Westminster teams will take part; Scottish Sports,
Baseball matches, Balloon ascensions, several Bands oi sh;'lsareal1 tha! C0Uld l!U wlshed ,0-
�������    ���     r��      j.    1.   ���   tv    i        a   -i      > a      i. !    Amons tht- i|hints th(J  K;|����� high
Music, Pyrotechnic Display, Sailors Sports. standard prevails, an of them show-
For further information see small bills and prize lists.
T. J. TRAPP,
President.
W. H. KEARY,
Secretary.
WE ABE USING PURE CANADIAN MILK II!
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS 15
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN
CO., L4d.,  TORONTO
BHI-HB-HiOBESSB-H-DHHH-MM
���������������^������������������������������������������������������^������������^������������������������������������������������������������i
*!*&��####*
House of Quality
Our Fall Suits
Are the very latest fashions from the East,
stylish, smart, dressy, neat and well cut.
Our reputation is already made for Men's
Furnishings, Ascot and Four-in-hand Ties, Fancy
Vests, Shirts, plain, colored and negligee, all
patterns, Collars, purest linen, quarter sizes,
latest shapes and styles.
J. E. BROWN & CO.
CUNNINGHAM BLOCK
S��� UMBRELLAS CASH  CLOTHIERS
���
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i
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lit
k;
ing the care and attention that  has
been expended on their culture, There
is a particularly line specimen of the
brugmansia, or angel's trumpet.
Keen   Rivalry.
The   professional  exhibits    are  all
j very good and show how keen the ri-
: vary in  flowers is, and the collection
I Of ferns and palms are well worth al-
I tention.
Indian  Display.
All round the wars of the Agricultu-
: ral  building  are the  displays  of  tha
differenl  districts, competing for tha
| distriet prize, and the rest of the Ho it
| is taken  up by the exhibits of M, :
I Henry, who has a large exhibll of ap-
��� arlan's supplies,  bulbs,    cul  dowers,
'��� nnl trees; the Langlej in,linn _li .play,
which  Includes  basket   worK, TJottl   i
. fruits, jams, bread,   vegetables    an i
j fieri produce;  the Kettle Valley Irrigated  Fruil   riiinls company, limited,
who sends down an exhibit from wesl
, of .Midway and around   Hock Creek.
W. Rennie tt Co., of Toronto, are ex-
j hibiting their seeds anil  bulbs, while
Ashael  Smith, of Ladner, has a large
e xhibil of some fifty varieties of po
tatoes.
The government experimental farm
at Agassiz has a stand here, but ns
an exhibit it. is a long way behind former years' showing, lhe only prominent feature .about it being a collection
of seventeen jars of nuts grown upon
the experimental farm.
First-class Fruit.
Up stairs the fruit is on display, and
though there is plenty of room fo-
more as regards quantity, the quality
Is well up, the judge, L. F. Henderson, remarking that a more healthy or
perfect lot of fruit would be hard to
find, this being no doubt to some extent due to'the work of the government officials during the early spring,
in insisting on the spraying and pruning of the fruit tre��s.
Wonderful Grspes.
There is a very fair show of individual plates of fruit, but the grapes
OUR
First Exhibition
FINDS  US FIRMLY  ESTABLISHED   IN   THE   ROYAL   CITY   AS
I
Home of Plenty
255 FRONT STREET,
TELEPHONE 273
Fresh Groceries
Daily
BEST ALBERTA CREAMERY BUTTER, BEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
SHEETINGS, COTTONS, CALICOS, CROCKERYWARE, BREAKFAST
AND DINNER SETS. TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS, TOILET SETS, BOOTS
AND SHOES; WATERPROOF, DRESSY AND FANCY.
KYLE & SON
The Good Cheer Store
carefully made  up   anel   dispatched   to   all   parts   of
the city.

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