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 lile, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
IfW WESTMINSTER, B. C
ite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
Colombia St. Phone 85
Sw
W>UME 2, NUMBER 217
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1907.
*4br,
10 CENTS ��� . ,r''
Hkier culture
on island coast
Luralist Discusses Proposed industry-Investigated
Conditions for Two Weeks
NO  LUMBER COULD  BE
SECURED   FOR  COFFIN
naturalist
oi  the
retui n-
I  ;,,u    !!..iliett, ^^^^^
-hl museum ut Ottawa
a to the citj :���' Bterday evening afti r
ending a couple of weeks on board
e Dominion revenue outter Keatrel
,;: md the east coast of Van-
,Uver Island, where he wenl for the
in>ose of looking into the facilities
pr the propogation    and  culture ol
JtiBtew    Mr-  Halkett  spent several
j in and around Nanaimo, visited
pe aorthern   part  of Cortez  island,
,l several oilier places suitable for
p,   esta lishmenl   of  enclosures   in-
,   ed foi th ��� pro] ligation of lobsti . i
trl oysters.
|E<en ye sti i lay ( venlng a; th< G r
lion hotel, where lie will  remain for
m-xt  couple  of  weeks,   Mr.   Hal-
btt gave a News man a few details
Imcerning the work lie had Ijeen do-
., although li*' declined to commit
pm.ell' as to  tiie possible  results of
Cs investigations, explaining that b-e
tould bave  to make a  report to the
_; .ninl' nt at Ottawa l>efore anything
u public nature could be given out-
|ocording t'i Mr Halkett, who is u
iefinilist. of note, the first planting
testers off the coast of Vancouver
plainl took   place  several  years  ago,
ut up to the present no attempt had
pen made to find out the result of the
rk   done.       Lobsters   and   oysteis
(ike several years to mature, the time
srying to a considerable extent on
fccouut   of   different   climatic   condl-
Ions, etc-    H   properly   engineered,
r .Halkett 'believes that" the culture
'is on  tha  Pacific  coast can
made a   paying commercial   vefc-
!���:���. inn he is careful to explain tjat
-  nothing  to  do   with this���he
':���''< 1..   rioting   into     tht   ___taT?e_.
nni a naturalist's standpoint.    Oth-
s will  look  into    Hie   commercial
Imposition.
Two   attempts   have   already   been
ide :;.  the Dominion government to
Wileve this object by the traneporta-
p of adult   lobsters  to BrilT^n Ool-
piiiiu, but the results of the experi-
- cannot be proved, as the fish
[ere  liberated    in   the  open   water-
heir non-capture'does not fully derate that the attempts were i'a'l-
'le lie... ii i'.. Sept 18.���Word came
to tbe governmenl offlc. Monday nighl
of lasl ve .-;���. thai a man named Mc-
Donald who lived at McAuley's camp
to the >' itii eet ( oppi . m untain, hail
blown his head off- The man was in
;': Ini i ton n short time I ��� Fore- He
had bei n drinking h< a. lly and was
pai ti illy in delirium tremens, and had
evi ial times talke I of ��� . bis own
life-   Government Agent Hunter, after
ii e:lng the' story bn ughl in by the
men who bad notified bim of the oc-
currenoe, and after << nsultlng with
le 8 ihon whom he knew to have been
attending the unfortunate man a short
time before.requested the doctor,to go
up and make an investigation, if be
was noi prepared to make out a certificate of burial without it- Mr-Hunter also arranged with parlies to go
out anel attend the burial of the remains. NO lumber v. - available for
making a coffin thi re, and the corpse
had bo be packed aboul 6,000 teet up
the mountain to get clear of staked
claims. In lieu of a coffin, he directed
the burial party to wrap the remains
In canvas an I place poles above and
below ii in ilie grave, a method that
ri CrequenUy employed in frontier life.
MERCHANTS HOTEL
NOT CLEAN ENOUGH
License Commicsioners Give
Proprietor ^Ten Days in
Which to Get Busy.
UND SEEKER RETURNS
FROM BULKLEY VALLEY
The condition in which the Mer-
chants bote] Is conducted wasthewi)-
je'et oi Bevere criticism st the regular
quarterly meeting of the Licensing
board held lasl evening In the council
chamber- Newton K. Brown reported
that b". wiih toe othei members of
the board, had gone- on a tour of the
city hotels one' bay lasl week .ror the '
purpose of Inspecting the premises,
and with the exception of the Merchants, which they Btated was in a
verj unclean condition, and tht Hal-
brook which needed balsoming, all
the hcsteleries were found to be con-
ducted satisfactorily.
Commissioner Brown staled that he
had been very much surprised to find
that the promised improvements to
the Mercnants hotel hail not been
made- iie thougnt that as the exhibition was coming on aud accommodation would be in great demand, it
would be advisable to writs to "Mr-
Elley, the managei, ami impress upon
VICTORIA   FIRE   RATES
RAISED    BY    COMPANIES
Victoria, nr. Sept. 18���According
to the new regulations which go into
effect today, fire Insurance rates on
all buildings in the congested business district of this city, will be advanced 30 per cent. This action was
taken al a meeting Of the Vancouver
Island board of underwriters held
yesterday, and Is the- outcome of Instructions received from the head of-
Does of the various companies whose
representatives are on the- local board.
The district affected is within the
boundaries of a line commencing at
the   easi    end    of   the Poinl   Elllce
bridge along  Wo!
Quadra, along Quadra to Victoria Cres-
c i, along  Victoria    Crescent    ami
McClure street to Humboldt, along
Humboldt to the waterfroni and bac,;
io Point Elllce bridge. The district
it is noticeable, Is considerably more
extended than ihe ciiy file- limits,
even with the addition recently added.
Tiie increase is a direct result of
the fire of July 28, when a tii" ranging over five blocks devastated a sec-
lion of the northern portion of the
city-
HOSPITAL ERECTION
STARTS NEXT WEEK
Work on New Building Will
Be Rushed to Completion
--Ball on Nov. 9.
BRAZIL   TURNS   DOWN
FRANCE'S   PROPOSITION
DEAD MEN STREWED
BATTLESHIP DECK
District Will Yet Be Great hhn thenecessi1y 0,im"ing llispv-"1" Explosion on Board Kashima
|ises  in   condition   at   once.    Commis-        _\ _ _   __^
Mining Country --- Rush
Expected Next Spring.
firsl  atempt few,  if  any, of
:��� ached the place of distribu-
������������ fit condition to be liberated, ] ,j,e headwater
I1"! In   hi  . ��� Bond attempt, whilst the
I lers reached the coast  in a mueii
J1"''"   condition,  -although    many   of
a were In a very weak state, Oti-
I'  '   ;     ast  and had a chance of
"rviving, and no doubt did so-  , But
������- unl  rtunate that these fishwere
F     I'laa I   in   an     enclosure   where
I1"     could  have  been   watched for  0
' ���   ��� wo.
he fou   most Important facts to be
���  re  making a   further
live lo; sters are: 1. Suit-
Ion for the .construction of
II i-u'ri  i    ;  2. Salinity of the wat-
; ��� ratine of the water;   I
.iciiri
Invemlg] tions  warrant
I    ster  eggs  ��jm
il  ��� u at   of   ad lit
ihed   at   ih.
1 lon    l; the natural conditions
ri ,vn to be favorable llu- Intro-
':   ol sters into ihe waters txf
rltlah Columbia can be accomplished
lttempted   next   spring,   several I
lnh i-. tm; at present used for
"' far^other purposes, will be
for Hie  experiment.'     The
'"hsters placed at these points
protected  by  being kept iu
��PlOSl|WS       ^^^^^^-r
f
a  further
be  taken
ii.-a   next
1  place  of
If
F
A- Kincaid, a land-seeker, who has
been spending some time looking over
the possibilities of the Bulkley valley
with K-McMay, who has acquired the
townsite at Aldermere, has just returned from the trip, and was in the
city yesterday for a few hours- He
said that in early August when going
up the Skeena river on the steamer
Northwest, which is since reported
lost, he was obliged to spend nine
days on the steamer. The vessel was
unable to make her way against the
swift water and was driven hack to
Meauskinisht, where she was obliged
to land part of her cargo. Two horses he was taking int, the Triilkley
valley had to be disposed of at. that
point- He hire J fiv-e Indians with a
canoe and with his partner was paddled up-stream to Hazeiton, the steamer being unable to get up the river.
From Hazeiton he and McKay proceeded to the Bulkley valley, leaving
^^^^^^^^!pf the Skeena ou August 29. They hi-red horses and in
thre? or four elays made- their way
sixty miles lo their destination.
Mr Kincaid said he found a large
number of people going into theBulk-
ley valley. Several herds of cattle in
excellent condition, branded and running free ou the ranges, were seen,
and considerable hay. eats, etc, was
being grown, the crop seemed a very
gooel one. The land was perhaps the
best he had seen- It Is easily ri'iiVn
and investigation shows that from -lb
lo fell bushels of wheat i ' good quality can be taken from each acre. Po-
tatoes, garden truck, etc., also grow
well.
The district will In time be a great
mining country, according to Mr. Kin- |
eahl He and his partni r saw Borne
rich mine and coal with seam e.ght-
i 'ii feel iu width was -een. There is
good coal in many places- He expects there will be a great inrush into the Bulkley valley nexl spi ing.
r
prefu
until   strong     enough   to
,!,,,r themselves.    They could be
watched for the first year or
and  no  doubt,   valuable   knowl-
'/'"'"'   be  thus  acquired,  whicn
_'"   !"":l u> make the experiment a
I'1 cess.
It   ev
'"edless  to comment on  the
H'lit
value
to   British   Columbia   of
asful carrying out of this ex-
n      Lobsters are  a  verv  valu-
'efood liiT
jfew quart
l-lil!
'It-anl are confined to only
m ��8 of tbe globe���tlle Can-
"antic cast and a small coast
Mrln ^rthern Europe.
ieflsh   ,lket<   wl11   be  in   charge of
HtthiHn       eXhiblt which wil1 be ��"
��� the .provincial  fair,  an.l
j'hioh
(ty
in  Hie
> expected to  arrive
IW "JJ1 ",0 co"se pf fhe next few
Sentatinn 8Xhlblt  wi" ,nolude veb-
of the   development!   of
tions
Hindu Stabbed by Woman
SeaUe, Sept. IS.���Bostake Singh, a
Hindu laborer recently arrived in Seattle, was stabbed in the neck by Ethel Norih. a woman of the restricted
district, early this morning in the
Jockey Club, corner of Sixth avenue
south and King street, as the result,of
a quarrel. The Hindu will die. The
woman is held in the city jail where
she was taken after being arrested
by Patrolmen John Donlan and Hans
Damm- The Hindu is al the Wayside Emergency hospital, but it re-
quireel only a few momenta for the
physician.-;' to declare that he has no
possible chance to live. H is
able he will die before morning, as
it is thought the jugular vein is nearly  severed.
the sockeye from the spawn until the
salmon reaches the stage when it i~
fit -for canning purposes, and promises to be one of the most interesting
on the fair grouuds.
sioners   Broad,   Jaggers   and   'lowns-
end  endorsed  Commissioner   Blown"*
words, and went still further In their
criticism-   The -jilleged unclean condition of the bed rooms and bed clotn-
ing, as well as the toilet room, being |
especially mentioned as objectionable^.
The  commissioners  stated  that  out-i
side of the jtwo mentioned, the other j
betels of the city were conducted properly.     The   Windsor   was   especially
mentioned as being in a splendid con- j
ditkin. ,
After ,some further discussion, the
clerk was instructed to deliver �� message to the manager of the Merchants
hotel today notifying him that unless
his premises are cleaned up within
the next ten days a special meeting
of the board will be called and his
license   may   bee  cancelled-
Chairman Mayor Keary expressed
bis pleasure at lhe manifestation of
int- eest in their ,wu:k shown ley lhe
commissioners in their visit to thi
various hotels-
The Mayor reported that the lie .'.-
sing bylaw had recently been amended striking .out tha worJ "wards
��nd substituting the word "district
in the regulations governing the mode
of securing a license. The bylaw had
been drafted at the time when the
city was subdivided .into wards and
by it an applicant for a license was
obliged to get a certain percentage
of the ie.sidents of the war I Intei sted
to sign a petition end. rsi_ng.,his application- As there are now no wards,
licenses granted under t'Se regulat oas
as they stood were technically unsound- The defect has now been rein edied.
Licensing Inspector J. V.-. Mcintosh
submitted hie? report covering the lasi
three mouths. He reported that several hotels had come, under the lian
for violations an I thai the proprle-
- tors had been fined. On the wb ���'���
the places had een poa lucted In a
very  orderly  manner.
The fine Imposed upon the proprie- j
1 tors of the Holbrook for supplying
liquor to a drunken man, was the i
���subject of a lengthy discussion. Com- '
missioners Jaggers and Broad stated
that so far as they could learn, Mr.
McXiven, one of ihe proprietors, ha<l
given Stein, the informer, n drink
more through kindness than .anything
else. Commissioner Broad' considered
it was- hard lines on the proprietors
that the conviction should be held
againsi them- ll was explained by
Chief Mcintosh that Jie had not prosecuted the case and that the information  had  been  laid b.v  Stein  himself.
Mayor Keary stated that so far as
he was concerned, if he had been trying the case, he would not have taken
Stein's evidence before McNiven's, as
he had known the latter for a long
time and had always found him up-
prob- 'i right. Commissioner Brown thought
it was to be regretted that, in doing
Stein a kindness as was stated, McNiven had got into trouble, but nothing could lee done in the matter now-
Chief Mcintosh explained the merits
arrangement! were   made  at   the
regular meeting ol the Hospital board
held     yesterday      afternoon,    to   commence   wen k   ii'U    we^vl.   on   Ibe   nni
struction ol the' new Royal Columbian
and Bay streets to | hospital building. The. plans were
fully discussed and it was decided tei
Instruct the contractor tu proceed
with tin- work without delay,
The meeting was held in the city
ball, with the following in attend
ance: James Cunnningbam in tie'
chair, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs, Brunei, Marshall Sinclair, James Johnson an I
Se cretary W. 11. Keary.
The board was waited on by a deputation Irom the Women's auxiliary,
consisting of Mrs. C- A. Welsh and
eVlis. Dauphinee, who discussed with
the members uf the board plans for
raising money to pay for furnishing
the proposed maternity cottage ami
nurses' home. It was decided to give
a ball and conversazione on theKing'E
i irthday, November il- A commit ee
consisting of M- Sinclair and J. J
Jcnes was appointed to act with a
committee Trom the auxiliary in arranging the event.
The salaries and accounts for the
past, month were ordered to lie paid,
and general business was attended to.
The members of last month's visiting committee reported that they
had found everything satisfactory at
the hospital. A committee for the
ensuing month was appointed, these
being Mns- Kennedy, Mrs- Cunnnlng-
ham and W. H- Keary.
The. Hague'. Sept IS���Ur- Ruy Bar-
bosa, bea,| i,f the Brazilian delegation to tiie pence conference, announced toduy that after further consideration of lhe plan of M Bourgeois,
French, for the allotment of lhe
judges of the permanent arbltra on
tribunal, he cannot support  It
The Brazilian delegation had previously approved the plan, but he now
fineis that it does not sufficiently guarantee the equality of all the slates.
He therefore urges the acceptance of
the Brazilian proposition, namely, one
judge for each country.
Senor Esteeva, Mexican, reserved
the decision of Mexico on M. Bourgeois' proposal.
J*W
Kills or Injures Forty of
Her Crew.
Tokyo, Sept- 18���TbP Japanese
battleship Kashima rushed into the
harbor of Kure today with forty of
her officers and crew strewn dead and
injured over her decks as the result
eif a fright iul shell explosion yesterday.
Five officers and twenty-two men
were killed outright. Three other officers and ten sailors are so 'badly
mutilated thai few, if any, of them
will survive-
. The dead include Lieut- Arita, two
staff officers, whose names have so!
far been withheld, nnd three cadets.
��� The shell exploded in the barrel of
a ten-inch gun, which was being
loaded on the after deck for target
practice off Kabuto island-
The Kashima, a gigantic ship of 10,-
400 tons, had been engaae.l in gun
practice there since September 9, under command of Capt. KoizUma- Records never approached before lu the
Japanese navy had been made by the
naval marksmen, and on the last day
of the tests the commander ordered
the crew of the after ten-inch to go
out for a rapid-fire record, the only
one that they bad not already captured-
In consequence half the offlcei-s and
crew of the monster ship thronged
about the great gun near the stern,
as the loaders set to work. Thi^e
shells had already been discharged in
fast time, the fourth had been raised
in and the breech closed, when gases
tliat had not been entirely dissipated
in the barrel since the previous shot,
; Ignited the powder, ami a moment
later the great charge of explosive
blew   up   wltha  frightful   roar.
The concussion  siwept    the    entire!
deck clear of officers and m.n-    The
gun   crew   in   charge  of  Lieut   Arita, .
were killed to a man. and their bodies
flung ami jammed about so badly as
to be almost unrecognizable.
Every other sailor wilhin a radius1
of loo feet was likewise either killed'
or wounded. The gun, hurled from.
its carriage by the force of tlle ex-'
plosion, fell to the deck, burying;
some of those already dead beneath
its flattening weight-
The entire deck was wrecked- Capt.
Koizuma flrsl assured himself that
the battleship's hull and engine had '.
escaped injury, then steamed at once
for port, while the surgeons cared for
the injured men upon the dec7i.
F W. Banton received a letter on
Thursday from friends in England notifying him of the death of his-brother William, formerly a resident of
Leicester. At the time the sad news
Was received, there was a letter lying
in Mr. Banton's house addressed to
thedead mail, and waiting to be post-
eel. He had not written to his brother
for many years, and he deems it
strange that he should decide to
write just a few .lays before he learned of the death
AGITATOR FOWLER
AGAIN IN TROUBLE
The following report Was submitted
by tbe lady superintendent and a't-
opted:
1 beg to submit herewith statement
of patients, Koyal Columbian hospital,  lor  month of August, 1907-
No. ot patients in hospital, August
lsl, 4:1; discharged, 07; died, 2; admitted during August, 68; remaining
Aug'ust Hist, IH; No. of patients
treated during August, 101; No. of
hospital days, 1207; No. of maternity
casta treated at cottage, 14; received
from paying patients, $630-25; No. of
patii nts    in    hospital    today,    Sept.
������� ����� _.
CANNERYMEN ARRANGE
i     SET PRICE FOR COHOES
Cohoes anel dog salmon are now
running in the river anl up along the
co^ist in as great numbers as have
been i -corded in years. Reports from
Butte and Table inlets are that the
fishermen are getting all they 'can
bin,lie.
The steamer Terra Nova, operated
y the B. C- Packers' association, ar-
-,',,������ l yesterday morning from Tolue
Inlet with b.iillll of as fine a brand of
cohoes as was ever brought down to | question
Collects Money in Bellingham Without Authorization From Labor Council.
A. E. Fowler, the Seattle agitator
who took a prominent part ln the dis-
| turbances iu Vancouver a couple of
weeks ago, and who Is held responsible by many persons for the window sniasming and baiting which took
place in that city, has once more butted Into the limelight, and was yesterday called upon to explain his actions by the Bellingham trades ani
laebor council- Fowler Is now busy
doing some, tall explaining.
G- F- Stevens, who arrived here
from Bellingham yesterday afternoon
informed a News reporter that the
action of Fowler, who as secretary oi
the Japanese-Korean exclusion league
of Seattle, has been collecting money
in Bellingham, had been questioned
by President kaiESa and other members of the Central labor council of
that. city. They object to Fowler collecting money without their instructions, and are also anxious to know
what purpose ttie money is intended
for. Fowler apparently ileclin3s to
give the enquirers any satis.*'-iction-
In an interview yesterday, Pp -
dent HAiiies said he does not \b^i-
the Bellingham people to subscribe //
the exclusion league fund at Fowler's
behest under the impression that they
are assisting the Central labor council and for this reason Fowler will be
denied the support of the council at
least until his .credentials are satisfactory. Fowler says the labor men
here do not understand the exclusion
ind   he   characterizes   their
the canneries-, A large
Pettibone Is a Sick Man.
Boise, Sept. IS.���Oeorgo A- Pettibone, former member of the executive committee of the Western Federation of Miners, was unable to appear in the district court this morning to have his case set for trial-
An affidavit of his physician states
that Pettibone is suffering from ulcer
police court before Magistrate Corbould, and the subject was dropped
without further discusssion.
of  the   bladder,   which,   unless   soon
of the case as they developed in the | checked,  will  prove  fatal-    He  says
an operation may be necessary, but
that the patient may not be able to
survive it-   ,
force ��� men | gathering
were   kept  busy all    da;    yesterday
e I- ining some of them and packing
the    esl  away in  Ibe ce.ld storage.
The Terra Nova returned nortb
shortly afternoon and is expected
down us-iin about Saturday with another load.
be SI '2 i iga ;'. nn try c impany is
ban lling a lol of oChoi s and dog
salmon just, now, thc run having been
pretty good lu .tho river during the
pri sent  week-
A meeting of tiie Fraser River Canners' association was held in Vancouver yesterday afternoon when the
prices paid to finhermen for eoboc.
and dog salmon were discussed- Owing to the anxiety on the part of the
cannerymen lo get fish, the price of
cohoes was'gradually mn up until 80
cents was reached. That prae-e wns
paid iby several cannerymen on the
river during the present week, notwithstanding it Is held by the packers that they are losing money at
that rate. An agreement was reached among the members of the association yesterday after fully going into the question that they could not
afford to pay more than 20 cents per
fish, and the price was fixed ,at tbat
figure, the new rate to take effect
on Saturday next
Tuesday    as
a    "rump'1
meeting. To obliterate Ihe friction
in Bellingham Fowler says he will assign one or more men to take up the
question   with   the  trades  people.
Fowler insists that Bellingham
brought on the Vancouver riots by
; running out the Hindus and therefore
from that city the leaders of the Seattle exclusion league will go forth
to war against the Asiatic races.
Mr Ayllng anl family, who have
been visiting friends in England for
the- j;ast three months, have returner! home.
LABORERS SUFFOCATE
IN EMPTY WINE   VAT
Fresno, Ca:., s&p:. 18.���Alexander
Franco, a cellar boss In the employ
of the Italian Swiss winery at Kingsbury, heroically sacrificed his life in
an unsuccessful attempt to rescue an
employe yesterday afternoon.
Franco had instructed Damlno As-
borno to clean one of the large wine
vats- Asborno and a companion
named John Necci went into the empty vat without the precaution of testing the air with a candle. The vat
had been fumigated with sulphur
some time before and was thought to
be safe-
Necci barely succeeded in getting
out- Knowing Asborno was inside,
Franco started after him-
Bystanders warned him not to go
in, but he merely laughed and started.
Both men were suffocated by the
fumes in the vat- Fellow employes
succeeded in getting out the t.-ien,
but too Lite to revive them-
;
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..'    ri PAGE TWO
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDA
���
French Enamel Art
Think!! The finest enamel work is
executed in Paris, the leading city of
Jewelry.
To slate that a line of fine enamel
Hkt gold brooches is odd, is weak;
the new scroll designing combined
with wonderful shadings of translucent enamel mounted with a diamond di' a precious stone creates a
wonderful effect-
We have A most enviable showing,
you  as  possessor  of such    a   brooch
would   have  something   new   ami   ex
elusive1 as we have no duplicates.
Vein are very welcome whether to
look or buy.
Henry Birks & Sons Ltd.
Vancouver's Leadlny Jewellers, Corner Granville
anr! Hastings Street.
GEORGE  E   TTOaEY   Managing  Director.
PARLIAMENT ASSEMBLES     DELTA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
TWO MONTHS FROM OATE   '   ...  ��" �� ��
 __ wib lei' lielel at,
Ladner, B. C.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 21
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster, SATURDAY, SEPT 21, for
Ladner (via Steveston) at LO a m
Leaves l_aciin>r for New W'esl.miusle.'
elirect at l> p. in
A    DeR.   TAYLOR
Ottawa , Sept is. ���Parliament win
assemble   on   November     1 I.     unless
something transpires to delay the
opening, bui this is regarded as unlikely For the flrst time in Canadian experience the committee WOrK
will begin at once
The question of fixing the' dal i {or
lhe holding of tlle bye-elections for
the Dominion bouse was discussed at
yesterday's cabinet meeting and practically decided. Ther" are three vacancies, one In London caused by the
resignation or Hon Chas. Hyinan. and
another in Nortii Wellington, caused
by  lb."  death  of  the  bite   Mr-   Martin
ami tin' thirl in Northumberland,
caused b.v Mr Cochrane's death, Two
were Liberal aud Northumberland
Conservative.
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COLLAR STYLES
One to suit you whatever your  preference���and in quarter sizes that
will lit you exactlv.
COLLAR QUALITY
Bo  sure your collars are of   "TRIANGLE   LINEN."
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���        We sell guaranteed Linen Colllars���all the most approved stvie. *
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with  the  strong  threes bread  eyelet  button hole.    Ask for them.
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I SHOEOLOGY
TRY BOOT STORE
* Ladles' Fine Shoes  from $250  up;  Ladies' Strong Shoes from $2 up;    t
(bulls' Pine  Shoes  from $275 up;     Gents'   Strong  Working   Shoes   i
* trom $250 up;   Boys' and Girls' School Hoots. $1-50 to $275. *
4 SPECIAL���Ask   (o   see  the  Dick   Waterproof   Boots,     i.i   Ladies',    ���
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Provincial Exhibition
 1907	
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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FRANCE'S   LATEST  FAD
Wooden    Poodles    Carved    by   Caran
D'Ache,  the Caricaturist.   Much
Sought   After.
London, Sept. is.-���Caran    D'Ache,
the brilliant French caricaturist, has
invented a toy. which threatens to do
ror Europe whal Teddy Bears bave
done for America, (living up pen and
inb work by medical advice, D'Ache
has devoted himself to carving wooden caricatures, chiefly comic animals,
whose charms lie in the grotesque
humor In which each is made to
stand up. Bach bears the artiSt'B signature. D'Ache made them first for
his own amusement- Now there are
forty men working in a factory turning out his designs in wood- They
were intended for ohildren, but Paris
went mad over the artist's handiwork.
No French society lady is fully equipped without a Caran D'Ache dog. A
common sight in Paris is a fashionably dressed dame walking with a
wooden poodle or bull-dog under her
arm.
Tln-se toys have now reached London, where society people hitherto
have remained more or less Indifferent to the toys conferred by the possession of Teddy Bears, as familiarized by visiling Americans, but they
were' captivated by the- charms of
Caran D'Ache's dogs, the- demand for
which i.s such ihai the fashionable
sto-es keep largi   -locks.
They are being used as 'ride mascots, a lady placing Uh- ugly tiling on
a table beside her to bring luck. The
present prices range from no ce-nis to
$120, but in view of tiie great popularity of tbe dogs among ihe wealthy
people, D'Ache is preparing more elaborate designs aud the craze may
yet be carried to the extent of studding the  eyes  with   gems.
City Voters' List
Notice' is hereby grlven thai the
Voters' List for lhe year 1907 his
been completed, ;uni that the' Bame
may lie seen at this office I'm thirty
elays from the date hereof; and any
pei-son who Shall claim to be ad led
to the said Voters' List, or an.v Elector whd shall desire to have any
name erased therefrom, must prefer
his or her request in writing, signed
with his or her name, and shall deliver or cause same to be delivered,
to the City Clerk within the time
hereinbefore specified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's office, City Hall,
New Westminster, Aug. 20, _....._.
Provincial
Exhibition
Is At Hand! I
Have you your Exhibition Suit
and Raincoat yet ?
OUR SUITS
Are beauties���$12.50, $15, $18 to $30
Overcoats and Raincoats
Fit for a prince to wear���
$12.50, $15 to $25
We've exclusive and elegant Neckwear���perfectioa I
in Shirts and Collars���the best brands of
Underwear���Choice Hosiery, Night
Robes, Pyjamas, Umbrellas,
all reasonably priced
Look Up RLDeBECK
THE
The Cash Clothier     ��ft
Opposite Po3t Office |
ew Westminster
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
j67   Columbia   St.
OPF. PREMIER HOTEL  Phone B278
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Bring in your clothes to lie pressed
a; once in order to itosure the work
being done before the fair.
GOLD BELT FOUND
NORTH OF DAWSON
Queen's Park, New Westminster, B.C.
OCTOBER
1, 2,  3, 4, 5.
Dawson, Sept IS.���Hurry Waui.li
and liis expedition returned yester-
day from lleely river, te> which they j
stampeded six weeks ago after a rich
new quartz strike. Mr. Waugh had a
special concession from Oil awa to
stake fifty claims.
He broughl om samples of gold said
to ,be rich in gold values. The men
mushed six hundred miles and had
hardly enough supplies io bring them
back They pannned several streams
and got color", indicating the presence ol a gold belt in the unexplored
district north of Dawson- This district will now probably he develop d-
Mr. fVaugh is backed hy rich Cali-
fornians. Ho believes that he has
ime of ill'- greatest strikes '-vei' ma le
in the north-
A memorial may be sent to Ottawa
protesting against Mr- Waugh control-
llng s;> vast a tract of mineralized
ground. A legislative committee has
the matter  under consideration.
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value?
you receive for the price. On
this basis we .-ave you money
on eve']'., thins thai 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 hoth these intentions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New We.riminster
Telephone  83-    '
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Westminster iron Works
GENERAL MACHlNU.  msu BJWU1NB
WOKK.
SHIP RMlTHI.su, HKtUUiii atfcl
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental iron wont, uiciudiu*
Fences, Gates. Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence lu
7itod.
JOHN REID,
BEUBIE S'lK-UHIT.
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$5n, flflfl In Prizes and Attractions <ftfl} QQQ
STUPENDOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE
ARRAY OF EXHIBITS!
representing Agriculture, Horticulture, and Stock, as well j;
as the Industries of the Province.
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 of
Music, Pyrotechnic Display, Sailors' Sports.
For further information see small bills and prize lists.
Hotel   Guests.
Guichon���Andrew Halkett, Ottawa:
Mrs. Sherwood, Langley; W.Edwards,
Maryville. Va.; Lou Allen, Chicago;
Alex-  Cruickshank. Matsqui.
Windsor���,|. Simpson, Vancouver;
A- M. Bell, Victoria; \V. Wallace and
wife, Bay River; II- Charlton, Blaine;
C- F- Wayner, Blaine; and the members of tlle Isle of Spire companv.
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it is necessary to know what, we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You    can   rely    upon    OETTING
THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
Nothing Excels
During the long winter months, the GRAPHOl iu^I
for passing away the long dull evenings. We li^ej
now a fine stock of In.- -uments, and over 3,000 vei
cords to select J-'cur im  ic from. 1
Also Edison Phone raphs and Records, Colujl
bia and Victor Records, Pianos, Organs, Musical til
struments, and Singer ; nd Wheeler & Wilson &v"l
ing machines.
J.M.TODD
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Close In Residence Shin8,e and Saw H
Can be had CHEAP
if taken at once.
MACHINERY
r. J. TRAPP,
Presiiieni.
W. H. KEARY,
Secretary.
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BOURNE & GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
The Schaake Machine Works, |
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. !SDAY
SEPT. 19, 1907
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
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Hard Felt $2.50, $3.00, $3.50.
Soft Felt $2.50 and $3.00.
TETSON'S
Hard Felt $4.00, $5.00.
(oft Felt, all the new shapes and ���
colors,
The Hague, Sept. 18���One ol the
Stormiest sittings since lhe opening Ol
t.ie peace conference marked ihe discussion yesterday by members of the'
committee on maritime warfare of the
projeel concerning tbe laying of suii-
111.'line mines,and n W-1S again dem-
onstrated thai whenever mllltarj In
ie usts are Involved the rivalry of the
powers precludes the finding of common grounds Iot agreement
The leading noti wasutbe antagon*
i in between Gre n Britain and Ger
manj Great Britain,having tfie more
powerful navy, Wishes to abolish eu-
limil Co the utmost, tbe employment
ol mines, while the Interests of German) are In fllrei I opposition to such
a proposal Hai een Marschal von Ble-
Bersteln, one ol the- German delegates, came to i be end of bis patience
during the iiise ussli a. .nni said:
"As the English press makes us ap-
: ear as barbarians, I propose liiai i be
use of mines be abolished altogether."
Of course the baron Knew that this
proposition would not be accepted,
but nevprtheli bs ii created a deep Im-
i rfession.
Gem nil He race Portl r, one of the
American <l< legates,defended the American proposition, which prohibits
t ie use of floating mines and also
moored mines under certain circumstances. Without mentioning Great
Britain, General Porter opposed the
British principle when he said:
"It is universally acknowledged that
mines are less expensive than legitimate means of defence, to countries
bavlng an extensive coast or a weak
fleet, or both. Mines may be harm-
teil to slates whose vita! necessities
consist in having their ports open
day and night"
The
Good
Cheer
Store
Condensed
Advertisements
WANTED���HaO   fir
<j   Uns 204, city-
piles.    Apply
I'.
AMUSEMENTS
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TO RENT A leeine from loom, Suite-
nrie- foi Iwo Apply Mrs. Domlny,
(are  Daily   News office-
WANTED    Small   boj     lee     Wink     In
printing office-   Jackson & Morrison, j'l inters. Daily  News block.
WANTED
e>e hoy,
Box 298.
-Housework   tor  a Japan-
L6 y�� ars old.   Apply P. o
WANTED     !-Vm. h    lie Ip.   ligbt    work,
slieu'l    hours.      Apply    Xew   Mel hod
Steam Laundry, Columbia Street
WANTED   Work     hy     experienced
dressmaker. Address, Miss G- News
office-
Friday
H. H. FRAZEE
Sept.
20th
PRESENTS
The Big Fun Show
WANTED--Boy io dike charge of office.   Appl}  Id own handwriting to
S. G. care- of Daily News office.
We Are Selling Choice
Alberta Creamery
BUTTER
strayed-To j. Relohenhaoh'i residence, Eighth streel, reel and white
mooley cow.   Apply above address.
We supply help of all kinds, do charge
(telephone 3329, Canadian Pacinc
Employment agency, doc Cordova
street  V.'., Vancouver, B- C.
WANTED���Board und lodging hy Norwegian lady. Terms no oBject, If
home suitable and surroundings
pleasant Apply immediately at
Daily News office for particulars.
$4,   $5,   $6.
2 Lbs. for
I WANTED���To trade, fine home just
outside Westminster for city property. Principals only- S- R- Bowell,
Sapperton-
LOST���A gold filled watch, English
case, finder kindly return to T-
Clifford's jewelry store and obtain
reward.
UNCLE
JOSH
Singers, Dancers and Comedians-
An Everlasting Success.
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HILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
" The Maple Leaf Foret'er'
iiave taken C.e Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it is Canadian.
AfkPC ���
PE.PLFE.CTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
IS MADE IN CANADA, AND IS THE PUREST AND BEST.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
The   Old   Reliable.
I "Uncle Josh Perkins," the big rural
'-play, which is coming to the Opera
nouse on Thursday, Is replete with
���smiles aad thrills and is declared one
.of the most life-like dramatic offerings seen here in a long time, true to
.all the scenes it attempts to depict,
and with vivid types <>f characters
rife-like and natural in presentation.
."Uncle .losh" is voted a big success
.wherever seen- The four acts are
eaually divided between New York-
city and Vermont, the play certainly
centering H'rinit Ihe efforts of a sharp
���New York attorney to marry Edith
.Marston. an heiress, for her tnoney
How his plot is foiled by "Uncle
Josh," and the happy termination,
make a seealble piny, which will
.doubtless attract a large audience to
.morrow night- Splendid specialties
will be presented during the various
acts of the drama.
Flour
has advanced but
we are selling
at the
Old Price
WANTED���Smart young man to drive
delivery wagon and make himself
generally useful in store- Salary
from (25 to $43. Apply by letter to
G.,C- S- this office.
See Uncle Josh at the
County Fair
Watch for the big parade of the Hayseed Band.
We have some of (he daintiest
Lace and Silk Blouses
ever shown in the city.    Just   what   you   want   for  either after-
'""" '"' e.eaing wear.    Our     price3 range from  .... $450 to $18
THE WHITE HOUSE
11. BIRTCH,    -   275 Columbia Street
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STEWARDSONW. N. Draper
r,v��! Engineer and B. C. Land
Draftsman Surveyor
P Bl-0CK,    NEW WESTMINSTER', guard biocr. New Ws.tmin.ter, b.c. i
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T. Davies &
Son, B 208.
Opera House Bookings
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19 Isle of Spice
Sept.20 Josh Perkins
���'  26 It. L. Borden
Oct.   2 Grand Scotch Concert
"    3 Thorns & Orange Blossoms
"    4 Thorns <& Orange Blossoms
"   8 In the Bishop's Carriage
"   10 The Time. Place and Girl
"   12 Mayor of Tokio
"  17 A Wile's Secret
"  30 Raffles
Nov.  7 Isabel Irving
"    9 Tilly Olsen
"  13 Flufence Roberts
"  19 Holy City
"  2ti Sarah Truax
Dec. 18 Uncle Tom's Cabin
"       Are You Crazy?
Jan. 25 Devil's Auction
"       Buster Brown
Mar. 18 Paul Filmore
April 1 Sis in New York
"    8 The Burgomaster
May 27 A College Boy
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
General Repairing.
 <Ihe	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and Front Sts.      Phone 275
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���flee 'Phone INK.       Harn   PDone 137
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offlco���Tram Depot
I
Just Arrived  Large
Assortment of
!
Gents9 Pants
Overcoats
Reefers
Jackets
We bought right and
intend giving the
public the benefit
of   our  good   buying
WANTED���Modern (J  roomed    house I
near car line, prepared to pay $500 ;
cash, balance to be arranged. Write j
niving full particulars to X- Y- zri,
this office-
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FURNISHED      ROOMS ��� Furnished'
rooms to let in Vancouver, 'ibi Hastings St.,  W.   next  door  to  Palace
hotel,-Mrs.  E.  J.  Grieve,  proprietress.
FOUND���Ladies' gold watch. Owner
can have same by calling on M- W-
Grant, corner of Second and Third
avenue, proving property aud paying for this ad-
WANTED���To rent if possible close
to river in or near Wesl minster,
suitable accommodation for fish
smoking   house-    Apply   "P"  Daily
.   News.
6-ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth St.. I
between Third and Fourth Ave.: |
newly painted an(' papered; to be'
sold Immediately; a bargain ati
SJB00, half cash.    Apply McQuarrie I
& Co., Front St.
  i
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive j
ly in timber.   Have large and sraai. j
tracts  on   water.    If you   wish  tr
buy or sell, see me.   5. R. Chandler j
407 Hastings St.. Vancouver, B.C.
PRICES: 25c. 50c and 75c
.      ���NEW ���
LYRIC THEATRE
VANCOUVER
Corner of Pender and  Hamilton  Sts-
Malan & Clawson, Managers.
The Lyceum Stock Company
Commencing
Monday, Sept. 16th
'NAT C. GOODWIN'S Great Success,
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
To accommodate all the guests
who will visit the city during exhibition time it is desired that all householders prepared to offer accommodation at reasonable rates will leave
their addresses with Edward Houi;
bilk ting agent at the city hall, where
all  Information  may  be obtained.
ALEX. GARRETT,
Chairman of the Uilleiing committee.
THE HOME
OF PLENTY
KYLE
& SON
255 front St. Phone 276
All orders carefully made up and
delivered to all parts of the city.
Every attention paid to telephone
orders.
i-_r��i-w* w -��,.-m��.tkv* *-��-r-.i
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
bi gs tn 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:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
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Frenzied Finance
Mai inte Wednesdays nnd Saturdays*
POPULAR PRICES.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  doors   from   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
j Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
I Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
! face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
. case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
: Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; rharges reason-
; able.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
ED. GOULET.
C. V. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
Ladies' HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
Satisfaction
Guaranteed
OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia St.
Entrance on 6th St. opp. p.o.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST^
7T
EMPRESSES'*
38.000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,600
H. Power I EMPRESS OF IRELAND /     TONS
Particularly low rates from the
Old Country. Reservations made
here for all sailings.
For particulars apply
'  ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. AgeA. PAGE FOUR
THE  DAILY  NEWS
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HERE IS A CHANCE
To Make Money
Kive acre block close to Vancouver city anel a short
distance from proposed new cur line. Thli will be' on sule by
the enel of this  week-    Prices  lowest,  terms  very easy.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Haitings St. VV., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
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his board was exerting a fire of unprecedented size at any tuifc in the
iiig.i buildings. He sai.l it was the
ibellel ��f fire underwriters that if a
Iflre start.nl em the upper floors or
'.some of the highest bullding8 it cannot la- cheoked, as the water pressure
���is insufficient.
��� Calvin Tomkins, president of the
Municipal Art society, saiel lie believ-
ril i lie. time w;is coming when sky's crape i\s will in- demolished to make
'room for buildings built by thu block.
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
shtng   Company   Limited,   at   their
iflces,   corner   of   8lxtb   and   Kront
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Managing   Director
ser bill (so far as
concerned I was .
trick-
ie government w is
mere    confidence'
THURSDAY,  SEPT    19.   1907
TWO OPINIONS
one of the McBride organs says:
"If there were no shortage of labor
ilu re would be no occupation for
Asiatics, and not only would they
cease coming but those who have already come would soon disappear. If
there is a shortage of labor that
shortage should undoubtedly be sup-1 Lethbrld
plied, in the best Interests of the province and the empire', with while
labor"
Discussing the same subjeel. the In-
dependent Toronto News says:
"Thu contention is lliat the free impori at ion of Asiatic labor would
eventually drive white labor out ot
British Columbia and back eastward
of the Rocky mountains, and that the
whole level of industrial conditions for
white workmen would be lowered to
the point of bare existence, with serious results lo the physical and moral
character of the nation, in this there
is a solid basis of truth. ���* * * ��
.luii as certain, however, as bad'
money drives oul good money, so a j
higher civilization is overcome by a '
lower. This the workmen of the
coasl understand, and they know the
feill significance of the contest In
which they are engaged."
Ii Is, in say the least, remarkable !
that partizan feeling shoul 1 blind a:
British Columbian writer to truths
Which are fully confirmed by the history of the province, and which are
a ��� plain as daylight to the Toronto
journalist.
The Phoenix, of Saskatoon, says:
"There is one thing Ilia: no enemy
can lay lo ihe charge of Saskatoon.
Sin- lias never been spoonfed by any
government If tlle city is making B
name for itself anil growing, it is as
a result of the confidence and energy
of ihe citizens." And that is New
Westminster's case also: and one ot
the best guarantees that the city will
continue' its steady, substantial, progress.
This is the way the Herald, of
puts it: "Sir John Macdonald was a past master in the art
of providing bark exits from the political platforms he erected. The people could not see- the exi: until after
he was off the platform, and frequently it could not be seen then. But
the present Conservative leader's
provisions for backing out of his
promises are as plain as day. There
is a back door with a light attached
al  every plank of his platform."
81W.M.P. DESERTERS
CAUGHT AT BOUNDARY
Two deserters from the North-
West Mounted police were arrested
this week on the Seattle express b.v
Provincial Constable Gane of Mission.
Notice was received by wire at the
Vancouver offlce of the provincial inline from Calgary lo the effort that
twi mea hud escaped from the force
on Saturday evening, and that they
were wanted. Mr. Lane was telegraphed from Vancouver to be on the
lookout for the escapes. On going
through the train bound for Bellingham and Seattle- be came upon the
two men. who aroused his suspicions,
and In- placed them under arrest-
Their names were .lohnston and Davidson. Before reaching Vancouver
In charge of Constable Lane, the men
admitted that they were the persons
sought, and that they were in the act
of congratulating themselves on their
apparently certain escape across the
line when they were arrested. They
are being held In Vancouver awaiting
tiie arrival of officers from Calgary
to take them back.
OPPOSES SKYSCRAPERS.
Fire Underwriters Say Tall   Buildings
Are  Dangerous and  Have   Had
Their Day.
New York, Sept is.���Opposition to
the building of skyscrapers was voiced vigorously at a public hearing before the committee on limitation of
light and area yesterday.
George W. Babb, president of the
New York board of underwriters, said
A large deputation left last evening at 11 o'clock from Vancouver on
the steamer Charmer for Victoria,
where they will at 12 o'clock today-
have an audience with the executive
of the Provincial government and endeavor to obtain government support
to the project of having a steel
bridge constructed across the Nortii
Arm of the river, to replace the present wooden structure- About twenty,
including aldermen and business men,
we're invited to form part of the deputation, but not more than half that
number wore able to get away. Among those who went down were Aid.
Henley, Aid. Jardine, Thomas Glf-
I'orel, M.P.P., Capt- Mayers. I). S- Curtis, L- A. Lewis, and II. McDonald-
OUR
Piano Exhibit
For QUALITY
'.  If
'' high
the Delta land cannot be beaten- One acre of this
bottom 1 tnd will produce OS much as three acr
gravel land,
Here is a piece of choice land at a bargain:
S acres, all cleared,  in Rirden and pasture, ii mile      om
this city, on the dyke road, 200 yards from Sunburj ���. .
and boat 1 Hiding, M mile from school, has a  five ;...
in good repair, bam and chicken house, 2 cows an I 40
go,*! waterfrontage with  wharf building,    boat,   and   n       80
young fruit trees, a good range all conn, ected.
Price  .   -   $2250
11250 casb,   balance-  in  oue   year. .
This year at the Great Fair will be
better than ever. We Invite you to
inspect the beautiful Instruments on
display at our booths.
STEINWAY & SQNS PIANOS
NORDHEIMER  PIANOS
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS PIANOS
DOMINION   PIANOS
PALMER PIANOS
Hale & Lane,
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335 P. O. Box 26g|
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.FARM LANDS!
See our list of Farm Lands in Surrey,
near the Chiiliwack tram line.
W. M. Waitt & Co.
LIMITED.
VICTORIA  ANO VANCOUVER
The oldest  Music  House  in  B. C.     I
Price from $40 an acre up.
TKE MDRNING PAPER IS THE BEST
PAPER FOR ADVERTISERS
P. PEEBLES
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Real
Estate
Phone 307
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LAND TITLES.
Commenting on the fact thai the
i-" emor of N'ew York lias appointed
a commission in Investigate the Tor-
rente system of Luni transfer, as to
uliri'u ��jn re lia- b<. a from time to
time a good deal of dii cms Ion In this
province, an exchange   a^s;
"'n><' system, |s nim I nb'r Sir*
Robert Io>'a.���,, %v\l0 suggested Us
11 ''' ii Is in force in Australia, In
���"" ,\ .'���'��� aland, In all of C inada west
of Ontario; i: Is compulsor; In New
i .a; i.e and optional In much of Old
( .ario. and ii is be lng graduallj In-
trod ic el lnl ��� p irts ol Englad, not-
ablj London parishi s. lis principal
feat lire Is thai ll i>ro\ idi - a govei n-
nii'iii guarantee ri titles, i he old
bj stem, as it is calli I, guarantee th i
authenticity of the loc n tenl trans-
i' rrlng the land; th i Toi reus s... ti ra
larantees that the lnnd be ong i i i
i ie i. .���,!.-;ia-: el ow ner. Tb Torrens
sj Hem is making hea ' a slow I; bul
Btoadtij In various parts of the 1 nite I
States" There Is an i i roi as to "All
of  Canad i   wesl   of    Ontario."    'i he
������ '''in is noi in fore In British Columbia.
ELECTION LAWS
Speaking the oth -. ���- al Dundas,
Ont, ibe ministei of justice, Hon. A.!
li. Aylesworth, gave a hint as to the
character of the changes proposed in
the election I _wa. He declared, say*
iiii' Toronto News: "thai he had set
his mini upon such amendments of
the election law as would make it Impossible for any man's honest ballot'
to be spoiled or sat ��- naught by the
act of any ofdcial at the polls. It is
to he assumed that Mr. A.vlesworth
would not make such a pledge lightly,
and. coming as it does trom the minister of justice, i; has authority and
significance, It' Mr. Aylesworth will
go about bis public work In this spirit
be will receive a quick and generous
return in the respect and confidence
of the country."
I Waterproof Shoes
Keep Your Feet Dry and Save Doctor's Bills
and
SUPPLIESI
FULL STOCK
AT
No
Man
can afford to be without
a pair of substantial
Waterproof Shoes at this
season of the vear.
Ask to see our line of
Geo. A. Slaters Invictus
Shoes. His "Duk-Bok"
Waterproof Boot is the
best in Canada.
See our line of Brown
Moose Hide Boots-
made with leather linings ancl heavy viscoliz-
ed soles. They are splendid wet weather boots.
Feeling compelled al last to acknowledge thai Mr. McBride knew, before he left for London, that the lieutenant governor would not assent to
the Bowser bill, the Colonist wriggles
and twists in n most ludicrous way
in iis efforts to lift its master out ot
the   hole.   Its ri  .... nt. how-
e\ -r, .'���������.     ' . charge thai thc Sow
Every
Woman
that values her health
should have a pair of
our specially selected
Waterproof Boots.
We are showing some
lines that we know are
absolutely waterproof
and will keep the feet
dry and comfortable.
For this purpose we
specially re co m me n d
Geo. A. Slater's "Duk-
Bok" water resisting
boots.
MOREYSI
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and   Eier-
else   Books  arc
Fine
Extra!     Special! |
30   DAYS  ONLY
SUITS MADE TO ORDER I
$15.OO    UPl
.-.t of Trimming.     '���
Cut to Fit.
Workmanship
lUpTRlf. Up-to-date
247 Front St.
See that the children are
properly provided for
during this season of
bad walking..
YOU   REQUIRE A
NEW s urr
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Nexl o'oor Hotel Astor
VANCOU VE R	
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE
SIGN Of IHE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
' FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART   TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
" i;.,:i;:i ^
i'lllll!!! 250
. W-l___.1l. .kllV lv.
SEPT. 19, 1M7
* THE   DAILY   NEWS
PAGE FIVE
Tie Cash Stores
m STORES OF PLENTY
All ready for the Exhibition rush. Recent
shipments have filled the stores and stockrooms to almost their limit and still come
daily advices of more goods.
lave You Seen Our Coats?
Are you on the voters' list.'.'
Dr- T. II. Levey, dentist, Crescent      For all kinds ot cut nowers and pot-
building, Columbia street- ted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
,Alexj Cruickshank, of Matsqui, was in j    The  Right Rev.  Hisiiup Crtdge, of
the citv yesterday ou hualiu--* -
iooo   New :;"i an(i 7-8 't'ourisi   Fancy Striped and Checked Tweed
,; shoulder and down the back; some piped, others trimmed  with
loth.   Ail this season's latest makes and styles; value Al 	
Coats finished   with
velvet or soft Bh 11
.! r ippii -
Of lir >;e l-
..    510 CO
8.50 Smartest styles of 7-8 length Coverts and high class imported plain Broadcloths and Tweeds;
��� nn shades for autumn ami winter; also a large range of now black 3-4 and 7-v In fine beaver and
oadcloth.   See these at  $18.50
Swterything Here for Infants and Children
- .liini of the Ready-to-wear departmenl devoted especially to this
ith  quality and  assortment as In other departments���tne best to
yourself.
branch ol  th > business. Y
ie- had In the city-    Come
.in
and
Underwear for Women and Children
secure
for our customers the best value obtainable select our stock from three of the largesl mill
nada, besides importing largely from Britain and Switzerland.    Remember we guarantee every ;
to give entire satisfaction.    Selling agents for Zenith brand Unshrinh il '   Un ' r fcr w.
!   'II
The Milinery Store Showing
New Pattern Hats
Quite a numher of New   Westminster   people   went   up   in   ChllllwacK
last evening by train and boat to at-
tend the annual chiiliwack tall fair.
i The exhibition will list two days.
.lames Wilson, convicted highway
robber, was taken to the penitentiary
yesterdaj by Provincial Constable
Deane to commence bii long term of
I wenrtj years behind the bare.
H .1 Fader, Qeorge A.i.uns ami C.
1 A^Welsh, members of the collecting
committee of the it A ej; I society,
| struck the Vancouver wholesalers for
subscriptions on Tues,lay.  with splen-
eiiei results-   They will make another
; trip In Vancouver on Situ relay ,for |he
same purpose.
Guns for hire at Gee). U. Speck's
Trapp block, Columbia street
The members of the Xew Westminster lacrosse club pose.1 for the man
Victoria, will occupy the pulpit of
St Haul's Reformed Episcopal church
ai both services next Sunday. At the
morning service Bishop (.'ridge will
Confirm a class of young people.
til) acres iu Burnaby, close to Vancouver ear line, $i.">o per acre; 1-:;
cash, balance at 7 per cent. White,
Shiles &  t'o ���������
A large two-storey Store is being
built een Columbia street adjoining
Kwong On Wai's promises, by a Chinaman named Lee Km- The building
win be used as a general merchandise
store by a Chinaman now oonductlng
a   business   in   Vancouvi.-.   wtio   bal
decided to remove to this city-
Brand aew  house on    three   year
terms.     Price  $Imw,   full  sized     lot
Abbott & Hyde.
Ur- Rothwell left yesterday morning for  Regina, where he lias ' n
summoned on account of the serious
with the camera yesierday afternoon.   ,,,_   ..    ,. ...  r,,.    .... ,���,
; illness ol llis father, who i . reported
to be dying. Dr. Rothwell was accompanied on his journey east by his
Bister, Mrs. F. (!��� Dawson, of Vancouver.
$"'""> cash and $ri: per month Will
purchase a seven-room house, near
city car line, including bath, flush
closet, hot anil cold water, house just
renovated; lot in fruit- Price $1475.
White,  Shiles & Co.
\Many
;���  more you see oE this s  ason's attractive styles the better you'll like '
rom emr own workroom and they are all beautiful designs, and  moderately
tty hats we produce at 54.50. $5 50 to $7 50
We turn oul
Y >u   ������
.-    res o
uld s  ���
SPECIAL SALE of Umbrellas at $1; Sample Blouses, Sheeting,
Toweling, Turkish Towels, Table Damask. Blankets. Hotels and
institutions should take advantage of this Price Saving.     :     :     :
r.
7-271 Columbia  Street, New  Westminster, B. C.
JUST   RECEIVED
A Large Shipment of
���ockeryssdGlassware
[ive us a call if you require anything IN THAT LINE.      OUR PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
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ADAMS y DEANS
10.00  Per Acre
160 ACRES IN LANGLEY
Some good timber.
TMs is the cheapest 1-4 section on the market.
Good terms.    Enquire at once.
leLEOD, MARK & CO.
^ Farm Land Specialists," New Westminster
It is now firmly settled in the minds
of i.it' New Westminster lacrosse club
executive that. Vancouver does not
Intend to play off the Vancouver-
New Westminster protested match.
Directions were given by the special
committee which heard the protest
that a committee from each club
should get together and tix a day and
place for playing the match, and a -
though than was nearly a month ago,
nothing has been beard from the Van-
, ouver end. It la rum ired that the
Vancouver club ri all but entirely disorganized aud that U is Improbable
that they will even bave a team In
readiness for the lai ness,. tournament
In which they have contracted to play
:;, this city luring  sxhlbitlon week.
Are you on the voters' list?
PRINTING
Have your printing done ln
town Ley the local luoileru
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY   NEWS   BLOCK-
We Are Not in the Trust!
And can  save you 50 per cent,
on a SAFE or CASH REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT COY.
V ine ui ver, B. C.
510 alcharis St.,
Tne pictures ol the members of the
team will be assembled on one print,
while the members of the executive
will have their photographs finished
Individually.
Fran!. Arnold, cashier at the C P.
R. station, and Miss Edith Mead,
daughter of Qeorge Mead of the Nortii
Arm roa.l. were married at 2:30
o'clock yesierday afternoon, in St-
Barnabas church. The ceremony was
performed by the Rev- (.' \V. Houghton iu the presence of a small circle
of .friends.
Are you on the voters' list?
The Montellus Piano Hous.-. of Vancouver, bas secured temporary* quarters in ih.' premises occupied by W.
E3. Fales. The firm iii:ends to carry
on .business In this city until the end
of the fair, and If the amount of trade
warrants it, a permanenl location will
be secured anel a branch establishment conducted In the city.
Aid.  Garrett  is  the possessor of a
������e.ipie of  bovines    wijh    wandering
' proclivities.    Por  the  pasl   two days
; the worthy member e.r the city coun-
; ell 1.1 ��� bei n f illowlng his cows around
the city, finally catching up with them
i in Col. Whyte's garden at Sapperton.
Mr. Garrett has hung up n copy eef Uie
..ound bylaw ia his learn In   ue attempt
: to reform liis milk producers.
Secretary W- li. Keary of file'pro-
Incial exhil Ition has received a tele-
gram from James MiVpwan, trainer
for Burns of Calgary, thai bis man is
prepared to ran a race with Chandler
Df Vancouver during exhibition week
in this city. Arrang iments for Chandler's appearance were made yr/ter-
daj by Secretary James Flndlay and
Physical Instructor Perry Bradley, of
the Vancouver Athletic clu'... who
. .:.������ ; o the ci'ty for that pm po I i
The race will be held on Friday, October   1.
The Central Park annual fan' o ins
; idayvlasting ier three days. Thursday is known as Vancouver day. Friday is Naw Wesi minster day', while
Saturday will be the day set apart for
;.:��� children, when bud.ling agricul-
tnrlsts under fifteen yi ars of age will
: e admitted free of charge. The Hon.
Richard McBride will officially open
the fair at eight o'clock thri ������veiling,
... i a num. ier of distlngu   '.:<���. l guests
.ill ie present. Music will be furnished by llu. Montellus Piano house
fro niS p. m- until closing time. Bpe-
'���: il arrangements have been made
with the B- (.'��� B. R. company whereby special rates wdll be iu operation
Por the tine ��� days, the Bare being 2oc
return either from Ibis city or from
Vancouver. The last, car will leave
Central Park at 11:25 each evening-   j
1G0 acres good land on Scott road,
%2i) per acre; terms. Abbott & Hyde,
next Guichon hotel.
The Clarkson street bridge is clos-
ed io traffic until further notice. This
action  has   been   rendered  necessary j
on account ot a dangerous sag in the
structure.     Yesterday   the   work    of
filling in  the  ravine over  which    It
Stands  was  commenced,    soil    beins
hauled from the excavation going on j
fnr the new B. C Telephone block on
j Clarkson street-   In order to facilitate I
'. the filling iu, several planks were removed from the center of the bridge,;
of the stringers bring sawn through in
j the process.    This destroyed the Bta-
! bllity of the bridge, and barriers were
\ pat up to prevent  teams passing over
j it-    Tho   rid Ige    will    have    to    be
I sti'^nsihenol  in  order  to  allow    the
j ravine  lo  be  Ailed in,  and  a ennri l-
I enable amount of cribbing work '-v'.li
rhpne ,2123   .���'..-���- ':-..���- to b3 l1j::c ���; ;s both sides.
O. !'��� McGee, of Cascade Ioc'ks, Oe>-
lumbia river, and Mr. Hogan, of Portland, Ore., two recent arrivals In tins
city, are looking for a site where they
can establish a manufactory for a
spirit level w ��� th have just perfected ..nd f. ��� which they have se-
cureel patents la Canada and lha United States. While the level which will
be manufactured by the two paTtnors
is based on a simple theory, it is different in construction from an.v ai
present iu us i, and as the patentees
anticipate a large demand for the ar- !
tlcle, they will put up a good sized
plain in order to turn out the requisite number which will be needed to
Bupply the market once it. is created-
Money to loan on approved security,
White, Shile.-. & Co., city.
often wonder why the boy or girl
is so backward at school���and
naturally feel disappointed that
the child is so dull; then, i.m, the
j loved one is subject to hanker tl At
ment at school because he or she
seems so stupid It may be the fault
ot the child, or it may !>e the child
has defective eyesight and i.s therefore at a disadvantage became ih"
sight is not normal. Whal we want
to say to the mother Is: Semi your
cliilel to oa    We  will hav.-our optiel
an examine and test the. e',.<s lo seo
if the pexir sight can not i.e Unproved
by the use of glasses. We wdll bo
honest wiih .um and lhe ��� - i i ��� < -1 if
glasses are not needed, we will tell
you so. The examination ami betting
will not cost you a cent W ��� have
tlle appliances for testing an.l correcting al! kinds ot poor sighl. and
can supply glasses at your own price.
Our charges are about half what some
others charge'. Our optical depart-
nie-ni is in charge of F. W- Heath,
graduate optician, late of Ottawa. In
all cases satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded.
Curtis Drug
Spectacle
Seed Store
NEW WESTMINSTER, B   C
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
FOR
FURNITURE
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS,WINDOW SHADES,
PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES, GO-CARTS, LACE
CURTAINS, PORTIERS, UPHOLSTERING, CABINET
WORK, SHEETS. PILLOW CASUS, BLANKETS. &c, &c,
It will   pay you  to try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.
DUPONT BLOCK.
COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW
WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
filJSTAFEW
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 my rates are always the best.
If you want any kind of Insuiance
let  me quote you a rate,
call or write.
Phone,
A. W. IVIcLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER ^
2
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
jr * PAGE SIX
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY
SEPT,
NEW EMPRESS LINERS
WILL RUN ON PACIFIC
Two new  12,000 ton Empresses an
now building on tbe Clyde to rthe C ���.���Bf~%l^,-r  ^-p
p. it. service on the RwfflS     II l�� ��� ROINT   ST.
stated on good authority that the two ������
vessels   now    undei    const ruction   in
Scotland r..r tin c p. r are not m- NINE LOTS on Brun-
iinded, as supposed, for the Atlantic ette and Distillery streets,
service, but for the n.n between this Sapperton,    $1600 |     half
cash, balance terms.
McQUARRIE   &   q
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents j Financial Age
Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST. I
160��acres, less 3% for new railway, |    Full sized Lot on ith g,
___ _ _. ..   i _.._   ��� _____.���    ! _-��   t�� ��___       _-,. 0I-a''lu
I
I
Voting Contest
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
mui Asiatic ports
While the preseni Empresses an
good and speedy vessels, they bave
been in commission sixteen years, ami
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
4u acres under-drained, ditched all
round nnd fenced around and through
centre; 5 room house; barn 40x75,
sufficient fewd for about 800 head of
StOOk.' Price $8000; termi one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser.  One mile
ll'/i  acre!-   liiml next   to   Itoyul   One.
hotel,    has  heen  cultivated,    not a
���   i| is no -secret u     they are- Buffering   stump on it. now In grass, 28 boar-  tYortl Btation on new car line
from the demands '��'"ie nnon tiiiin  Ins nun  trees, all kinds,   sufficient
of Regina SI . between s.k
avenues,  west  side .ef 4lhL]
$400;   half cash
made  upon   tlnin   ,n8
THIS ELEGANT LlHltAKi' INCLUDING 126 VOLUMES AND
HANDSOME CASK WILL UE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER SK-
CURING THE LARGEST NUMBER OK VOTES IN THE FOLLOWING   MANNER:
The merchants listed below will give with each 10c cash pur-
i base one vote.
The contest began Aug. 2:ird, 11)07, aud will close Jan. 28rd,
ll08, nt 7 p. m.
A ballot box Is placed in D. S. Curtis 4- Go's drug store, where
votes are io be deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having received the largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Current  accounts  when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can he secured by trading with the firms listed below.
Library is on exhibition at W. E. Fales' furniture store.
D. S. Curtis wdll count the votes.
*
*
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
1).   S.  CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
A.   J.   BIRTCH
*                  Dry   Goods
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh  and   Salted   Meats
T.  S.  ANNANDALE
West End Grocery
MRS.   M.   M.  COOK
Restaurant
THE  DAILY  NEWS  PUB. CO.
Daily and Weekly  News
ARCHIBALD BROS.
Plumbers
MOREY & CO.
Books and Stationery
THE   ROYAL STUDIO
(under new management)
Lionel   Hawels,    Photographer
O.   BURDETT
Home-made   Chocolate   Confections,    Ice   Cream
E. RUSHTON <��. A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Gen.  Repairing
CENTRAL  LIVERY   STABLES
S.  H. Thompson, Prop.
Daily News Voting Coupon
In Library Voting Contest.
Good   for   Ten   Votes   in Library Voting Contest    in    favor
of    	
Voted   by
For one year's subscription paid in advance, $4.00, we
200 votes; six nionths, $2.00, 100 votes.
by the new faster .schedule recently
Introduced. Further than this the
Japanese bave biggger and faster and
better vessels than the Empresses undi r construct ieen foi the Pacific trade.
An argument lhat the new Empresses now building on the Clyde sri
Intended  for  this ocean Is found In
ixjt '22, block    H,    between    Mrs.
4 Lots   88x132 each  j   I
Llth street.    $12C0 cash,
2 HOUSES   ��� i, i |0t| ,
Sapperton; E rooms sail kit*, j
shed and -l room   m.h,   *1
-shed.    $1000 each, ont-thlm,
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnar-
slze $11100.
:"'!f loam J
N el and,
lumber to build good  large bum. 6-1    "" " '        ��>.<��.;,.
room house and barn and large chicken   hous,.   for   ahout     250   chickens;   V(,n Btreet'' ll1
good well; near to school and tram;      160 acres about cwo units irum|Hi i/4 sect, B,   $7^ per ae-
all fenced.   Price fSBOO-. Terms |1600 Aldergrove station, 80 acres cleared cash, one-third    months, g
cash, $1000 In April and  11000 April  an'J partly  fenced,  good  house,  harn   nionths.
following, or $:i400 cash- ; and stable,   l'rice $16 per acre; $1780
77.68 ACRES,
ploughed and -
160 ACRES about  two  niil< s  from IK   i/4 S(,(.,   r,
I  Lot 86x182 It., S. Vj of 8. lune at I
cash, balance to be arranged,
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing |tj,k
4   lots  cleared,  small bouse
the fad that the in land and Britain  back, 8rd and Queen's avenue,   l'rice ]   i% ACRES, Btock 8, l��t No, 8, Dist house, 176 bhli kens; fenced.\2
now on the Atlantic service, nn- vessels of 14,500 tons each, which is
(elite small enough, nnd il is Wry un
likely that any smaller ships will be
put on that line by the C. P. Et <��n
the other hand, the vessels now building on the Clyde iei the company are
only 12,0(10 tons, a size which is explained by the fact that they .iiv
meant  for the  Pacific.
$1250; half cash, bal, �� months,
Lot 8; south side of the river, near prioe $1500, $ii cash,
, bridge.    $300;  half cash.
4 lots between Fourth avenue .mil r                                                      o ACRES good loam soli q.
Third avenue between Thirteenth and 2 LOTS, 132x182, N.-W. corner <>r | Ui(   ,,._ ............  ,,];:   ^
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 25 and 10th Street   and   St. Andrews
30, close to new tram line extension. ' $1050; half cash.
Price ���������������uu__i|i
. n i  i  um tte roa I,  south siiJ
$1200, half cash, half six months.
2 lots on 8th St. between   5th and
roomed   house;   parlor, dining^
kitchen and three bedroomi; j|
Block corner of Fourth avenue and , Cth Ave. on east side;  full sized, GGx'ed;  conservatory 30 or 40 fe*tl
I
Thirteenth streel 88x182 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot   20,   block    U  lacing    English
CARNEGIE   RAPS church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
THE   YELLOW   PRESS etTeeV<   Price $6r'0'
���  160 acres less light of way about 8
Glasgow,  Sept-  18.���Andrew  Carne- acres for railway;  25 acres stumped,
gie yesterday appeared as an eulogist 15 ac:es roughly cleared and fenced;
of the municipal government of New 1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
York, compared with the government : and lean  too 16x22;   barn 80x32 and
of the British cities, In a speech de- lean  too 1.2x14;   granary   10x16;   two
livered at a luncheon after the laying chicken houses,.each   10x12;    -wagon
of the  corner-stone  of  the  Mitchell shed 20x110;  small milk house, small
library.   He said in part: orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
"New   York   is  held  up before the fruit trees; natural spring well. l'rice
worlel   by   her   own   yellow   press   as; $6000;  $2000 cash, balance easily  af-
sunk in Iniquity, with everything go- ranged at 7 per cent.
15 bearing fruit trees; comlli
stock ready to planl out; 2 s
5 acres cleared, light timber a
lnaining acre; all fenced; u
from school. Price $3000; halfe
bal. in 6 months at 7 per cent. I
4tli avenue, llJ
ing to the bad and nothing creditable
whatever.t To him who gets away
from New York for half a year and Is
able to look on her from a distance,
there are three or four things that
comfort him greatly- He compares
New York with Iyinrlon, and finds
New' York much in advance. "
132; Nos. fi and 12.     Price $1000 for j heated by pipes;  well; stable;]
both, half cash, balance easy.
ri:;H^::":^H^;ri:��:.riri::?ririri^^ori:;:^Ko^;?ri
I Block, corner of Auck-1
| land & llth Sf. and Hoy-1
I al Ave., almost an acre. I
$2,500
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between 7th and Sth avenues.
2 houses corner of    Merrival    and
1  Lot 88x135
$800 each.
Full sized  lot on Third  street, between Royal and Queens avenue east Agnes;   full sized lot;    city block 31
side, new house; $1400. lot 11;    one bouse rents for $25, the
other $10;   flush elosets  and  all con-
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.  Dected    with    sewers.      Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000,   balance in 6, 12 and 18
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
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,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
months at 7 %.
2 LOTS,    5, 6 & 7,   full i
cleared, upper side of 5th Aveinj
tween 1st and 2nd Streets. PritfJ
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from 1st S;re��l
6th Avenue on south side, No.El
37 & 38, full size. Price $11001.|
four, cr $300 each; half cash.
Double tenement house, 4thJ
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot. PriceM
cash half and half in C monthsk|
Rents for $10 each tenant.
40 acres ^ section 14, N, Hol!|
of Tn. 2, about 8 miles from briij
Haworth road, Surrey;   house I
House and cottage on Columbia st.
bouse rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, ea.sy terms.
enquiry.
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Director .and Embalmer, and I will sell you anythingin my line cheap �����!
and  wi
W.  E.   FALES'
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
Lot*  14  and  15 of  1 of 6    of    ,4
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2 ' V& storey house, 3 rooms finish
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent, ffi.^y ^dlffSf
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of with clover, red; fairly easily eld
o  ���.__��..,_ i     T>ri������ ��57k- 1  " _t.<ii   hai ��ne  nii'e   from   shingle mill.  II
3, cleared.    Price $275, 1-2 cash, bal- $ ^ms  h,(]f ^ ^   I
ance, 6 months at 7 per cent. months at 7 %,
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits      Westerly 4, 11 of CH, Sub. Bl
l$60 each   lot.    Fuller   particulars on 132x132 corner 100 feet square
houses drawing $28 per month.
$5,000, half cash, balance in 6 u|
HOUSE and LOT months
Centrally located in a commmanding      ^ gE   y,  Q{ g(H,tjnn 25 Dl*
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres ! sl,uation;   ���rd   ave*Ue>  *l ^ ��! 10 "cresWly cleared; Kanatid.
I   ,      " , ...    ..        ' j Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey running through; good road, one
cleared, under cultivation;  200 young . ���, ., ,, north   of  Webster'* corner;  A
D      _l1       J    H I.   ��� ��� , . house.   Ten rooms (recently papered no"n   c'   y.e'Jt,,        ' riri���.,.
rnirljinH    Knetnn    fruit trees, just comencing   to   bear; 1 ,���        ,       ��� . f.        , mil and P.O. at the west comer,
1 UlliallU,  UUdlUn, , '   . B 'All modern conveniences;     hot   and ,,���,. ...nr,h ��- ,,���_ .,.,,.e. CL.jar a��J:
7 7 'new house, 1\_ storey, 5 rooms;    hen       ,,       ,       ,   ,.     ���    ^     ,    ���,   , t,ei  .w"rUl *'  |,ei���a<"',, ���
1   j   nu.     _!.���    it  ������ .! <���cold   water,   bath,   flush   closet,   lava- 4  miles    from    Port    Haney
SSiAuSf^SSSSJ^'Tr^fn,1        '"'  iD  gCK,d  ��rder:    SOme  acreS!tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot $2,100; terms $1,100 cash, hslan*
J���% SnvTvrp?6 Planted WUh Wb6at' ��atS aDd POtat0e��- i C��*132. with lane in rear;  part of lot ���***'
LlMtL i-KUVlJNLEb. | Water from nearby spring.      Balance I set out wlth ft^t trees.    Price $2,750.       Large lot and  two cottages or
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and  cf    property   easily   cleared.     Price  $1,500 cash, halance arranged. lumbia street  Sapperton.  Both rei
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls. !$ 4 , 7 0 0 ;      $2500 cash, balance 6|    _.,. ..    _    .,        ,   ,. at ��10 ^ch
IflO ncrpes nn thp Rent* mail    1." aprpei aL *xu K"-U.
and j 2 months.
Fer Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VAJX
This property is onlv % mile from
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket tram  line.    Over two hundred  chick-
Agent, 13a Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
ens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
1 am the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings Deale
will
than you can get in any other place
in tl
jive vein better value
city.   Try me,
Wall   Papers in  endless variety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.    China
Matting from 15c  up.    Linoleums  from 45c  up. Curtain Stretchers, the  best made, $2.25  per   set.      Carpets,  all   grades   and
prices.    Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all .descriptions.
All kinds nf job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reasonable prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving daily.
I have' sold the block and am still doing business in the same place
and in the same old way.
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
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.
Fi!
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared;   barn 50 x 30;   stables, etc.;       0ne and one-half storey house��
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000 ! fuu   gize  ]ot>  situated nortii sidef
cash, balance easy. ' Roya] avenue' and corner 0f McKia)
Part of lot 309, joins Lake Comnitir,   street;  9 rooms;  bath room, Ma
about   70   acres,   only   $25   per  acre,   cold water, closet;   woodshed; .��1
Half cash.   Jump. bearlg  fruit trees;   streets on &*]
7 i,... v���^   ci .   ofl      > ne  ,,r r sides;   fine  view.    Price $1.81
7 lots Nos. e>l to NG and 96, 95 faces
i cash.
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 iots cleared without a slump; small      Lot facing 2nd St., between Q����fl
house,   chicken     house,     175    choice  and 3rd Ave., second lot from Q!lfSJ
chickens; horse and rig;   $1500 cash.  Ave.;    52x122 feet;  all cleared;
alongside and  back.     Price  VP
half cash, balance easy nt 7 j
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three' or $175 each;   1-2 cash!
balance fi months at 7 per cent. 150 acres improved land, ball*
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, be-1 aml she,,s complete, near Clo      |
&>i*>>����>��>r����>r<*��^^^
Subdivision of lot. ifi, block ti, corn-
Embodies the newest and best ideas; Pris'��S some of the finest residential
tor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE. siu's in the city for sale exclusively
Sj and LUXURY. It is lighted with ' by ��*��� 'J'nis magnificent property is
ij both electricity and gas;, the most situated on the comers of Faurth ave-
$ brilliantly illuminated train in the nue, First street (facing Queen's
p world. The equipment consists of park- and Emory slreet, comprising
* private compartment cars, standard in all ten 3;!xl2o foot lots facing on
g .6 section sleepers, luxurious dining First 8treet at $700 (exceptlng the cor.
M   :ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
Rubberoid Roofing
modern  day  coaches   and  buffet,  li
ner  lot  facing  Fourth    avenue    an 1
brarv and smoking cars. | First street. heW at *1000>! two lols
For Time Tables, Folders, or any'on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
further information call on or write  per  lot;   four lots,  52   1-2x85,  $450;
five lots, $400.    Call at our office on
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
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. -:- .;. ;-.
Combated Iron always on hand and price right.
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T. J.  TRAPP  &  C<��
Limited
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
"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
railroad  in  the   world  that  equal   in
-quipment that of the  Chicago, Milwaukee  &  St.   Paul   Railway.     They  dar and alder.   Good soil; good roads,
own  and operate their own sleeping  Apply for full particulars.
ind dining cars on alll their trains and
five   their   patrons   an   excellence  of      Lots 17> 1S' in- "0- 21' face on 16tn
service not obtainable elsewhere. street and Sth avenue;  2 corner lots
FI. S. ROWE. General Agent.  *m'> 4 insi(le lots $200 each-    Price
(34 U.rd St,, cor Alder, Portland, Or,  *950> cash-    SiD6Ie lots at casb-
10 acres In sec. 32.  Timber, fir, ce-
tween Fourth and Merrlvale; all clear-1
ed. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner j
of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acre-1
age is selling fast at this price.
N'o. 308.���- 8-roomed House,  with  bath!
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   u. j
cash, balance 3 and 0 mos. at 7 %. i
Xo.  306.���9-roomed  house,  with  bath
room, corner of (1th _and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
all under cultivation, $15,006. ILV1
can handle this, don't delay; ^
bargain; terms can be arranged.
r-fFor the above tour proper*
special price will be made to one P
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th   St., between*
and Sth Ave.;    2 single and 1 ia
bedrooms    upstairs,    and batl r^|
down stairs; parlor, dining room,
chen and pantry.   Full sized 1"' jl
ning back to Ash St.    Price $3,1
No.   310.���9-roomed   House   nnd   bath I $1,500 cash, balance at $500 per!
I
room,  Agnes  St.   $3,000:   i'2   cash,
balance 3 and 0 months at 7 %.
No.   312.���S-roomed   House   and   bath
room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   ft
cash, balance 3 and G mos. at 7 %.
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth tvefl
north side between First anil Se��
streets, No. 5,  6 and 7.   Price J" 1
each or $1100 for tie three.
Full sized lot, north side of H^l
llton street between Sixth and ��8
lSiirn*!
DAtf
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard, % acre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running streets: *225
spring; house IS x 22; frame learn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house ana cow
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, fir and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage house 16 y oi.  vb���      B]ock 12 on 12th St., east =���-aa
_Z.T, ^ b7V"*'"-��� FH !*�� SftSS-
mortar, iz x 30.    A chance of a life- ,�� ll,
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 8      4 lots <"> Fifth Street, 11, 1--J"ri[
per cent, Sub. IB, S. Blk. 13.     $350 each,"
cash, balance 6 months at 7 7c-
28   acres on    Mara   i'"."
$160 an acre    FOR    A   FKW
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,  balUW
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street so"
side of 4th avenue.    Price $20�� ca!
ari Bide!
I I DAY,
SEPT   19, 1907
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
TAGS SEVEN
TIMBER NOTICES.
uer of Timber License 11.5U9, thence i aer of
south   to   chains,    thence    eaat   Itii)   north
chains, theuce uorth 40 chains, thenoe
west 160  chains    to   point  of    com-
' mencement, and containing uti) acres
more or less.
li. M, O'CONNOR.
August 2;;, 1907.
EASlERBROOK  MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $15; second, $10, for
tht, best loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IPERIAL   PLOUR -  IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed-all that i.s necessary is tluh the
,'.,,,,,,i be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
cQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
T STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
lew Wellington COAL
[AYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths* Coal in stock.
fciCE: FRON! STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, HEW WESTMINSTER
u. Commencing at a post planted
SO chains west of the southwest corner j_ Timber License ll.OOri
thence south so chaius, thence west
SO chains, theuce north SO chains,
theuce east 80 cbains to point of
commencement,   au<l  containing   840
M. O'CONNO.
TAKE NOTICE that Henrj M.
O'Connor ot New Westminster, B.C.
occupation timber cruiser, Intends to
apply tor special timber licenses over
the following described lamls, situated iu vicinitj ol Draney ami Rivers Inlets, New Westminster Land
Hist riet,  Coast District Rauge  2,
i. Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of Timber License   11,508, thence west 40 chaius,
thenee  north so  cbains,  thence east
j 120  chains,  thence  south  40  chains,
| thence  west 80 chains,  thence south , acres more or less
! 40 chains to point of commencement, i H
| and contaiuiug 640 acres more or less. ,     August 23, 1007.
H. M. O'CONNOR. Iii. Commencing at a post planted
August 22, 1987. | 89 chains  west and 40 chains sout.i
2. Commencing at a post plauted - ,)f l"e southwest corner of Timber
, 10 cliains west ol the southwest cor- '. License 11,509, thence south 10 chaius
I ner of Timber License 11,508, tbence   th��nce east 160 chains, thence north
easl 80 chains, thence south SO chains 40 chains, thence west 160 chains to
thence west 80 chains, thence north poinl  of commencement,  and    con-
30 chains to point of commencement, tainlng 840 acres more or less,
i and   containing    840  acres   more  or H. M. O'CONNOR.
1 leas, Aueguat 23, L907.
n. .\i. O'CONNOR, 18. Commencing at a post planted
'���. igust 23, l'.H)7.                                 I 80 chains  west and 80 chains south
3. Commencing al a post planted of ;->" southwest corner or Timber
10 chains west of the southwest oor- License 11,500, thence south 80
ner of Timber License 11,608, thence caains, thenoe east so .-hains, thence
I south  80 chains,    thence    wesl    SO: n<mil 80  chaius,    thence    west   80
chain
limber License 11,509, thence
SO   chains,    theuce    west    80
p. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS
WHEN
YOUR SECURITY
YOU   BANK  WITH
Thi
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay inter'
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
it four times
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence rename  to  point
iast 80 chains to polnl 0! commence-   atl''    ( staining
meat, and containing bin acres more
or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
Augusi  23, L907.
I. Commencing at a post pi inted
10 chains west of the southwest corner ofTlmber License 11,508, tlience
north 80 chains, thetice west 80
chains, thence south ni chains, thence
east so chaius to point of commencement, and containing Ob) acres more
or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
Augusi  23, 1907."
5. Commencing   at  a   pnst   planted
160  chains  north of    the northwest
comer   of    Timber   License     11,508, i
thence  wesl   ri riiiii... thence south1
30 Chains,    thenoe    we"st   10 chains,!
. . .     .- iuth   10  ; b ei:.-.  theuce east j
180 chains, thence nortb 120 chains to
point of commencement, and contain-
' ing 010 acres more or less.
11.  M.  O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1007.
ii. Commencing   at   a   post  planted
160 chains north or    the    northwest
I corner   of    Timber    License   11,308,
1 thence east SO  chains,  thence siDUth
of    commencement,
040  acres   more or
M. O'CONNOR.
and
less.
11
August 22, 1007.
17. Commencing at a post planted
Ni chains west and SO chains south;
of tile southwest comer of Timber;
License 11,509, thence south 80 -
chains, thence west 80 chains, theuce
north SO chains, thence east 80 chains 1
to point of commencement, and con- j
tainlng 040 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
ust 23, 1007
chains, tlience south 80 chains, thence
east 80 chains 11 point of commencement, aud containing Wo acres mme
1 or less.
li.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1007.
U7. Commencing at a iwst plauted
j 240 chaius west of the southwest cor-
ne'i- ot Timber License 11,509, theuce
uorth    80    chaius,    theuce    east    SO
dhalns, theuce south 80 chains, thence
: west SO chains to point of commence-
I meat, and containing 040 acres more
or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.'
28. Commeuclug at a post planted
I 160 chains north and 80 chains east
I of  the  northwest  corner of  Timber
License 11,608, thence north SO chaius
! theuce east SO caains,  thence BOUth
80 chains, thence west 80 chains to
1 point nt' commencement, and containing 610 acres more or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907,
1 20. Commencing at a post planted
ltlo chains north and so chains east
of the northwest corner ot Timl 1 r
License 11,608, thence south 40 chains
thence east 120 chains, thence north
so chains, thenoe weal 40 oha'ns,
thence south 10 cliains, thence wesl
80 chains to point of commencement,
containing    640    acres more' or
ll.  M. O'CONNOR.
[tost plahted
1 chains east
Aug
18. Commencing at a post planted
160 ciiains west and SO chains south
of the southwest corner of Timber
License 11,509, thence north 80 chains
thenc.. west SO chains, thence south
80 chains, thence east SO chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
II.  M.  O'CONNOR.
Align-: 2:;. 1007.
19. Commencing at a post planted
160 chains west and SO chains south
of the southwest comer of Timber
License 11,500, theuce, south SO chains
thence west 80 chains, thence north
SO cliains.    thence east So chains to
lank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1517.
CAPITAL *14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
Jches throughout Canada ami New teundland, an.i iu London, Ling.aud,
Jew York, Chicago and Spoka ne. U.S.A., and Mexico City A Gen-
ral Banking Business Transac ted
���ers of Credit Issued, available wi tl correspondents in all  nana of the
40  chains,    tlience    wesi   10 chains, point of commencement, and contain-1
thence south so chains, thence west  lng 610 acres more or less.
40 chains, then; e 111 rth 120 chains to H. M. O'CONNOR,
point   of    commencement, aud  con-'    August 23, 1907.
taining 640 acres more or less. j     20. Commencing at  a  post  planteei
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 2::, 1007.
7. Commencing at a post planted
160 chains north of the northwest
corner of Timber License 11.5ns,
tlience north so cliains. thence west
SO ri; iins, thence aouth 80 cbains,
thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement,  and    containing 640
240 chains west and SO chains south
of the southwest corner of Timber
Liceuse 11,500, thenc? uorth SO chains
thence west SO chains, thence south
SO  chains, thence east SO chains to
ami
less.
a
August 2", 1907.
80. Commencing at
120 chains north and
Of the northwest corner of Timber
License 11,508, thence south 40 chains
ihence east 160 chains, thence north
40 chains, thence west 1C0 chains to
poiut of commencement, and containing 010 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
31. Commencing from a post planted at the southeast corner of Timber
License 11,508, thence north 120
cbains, tlience east 60 chains, thence
south 01 chains more or less to shore
of West Arm of Draney's Inlet;
thence southw< terly along shore to
point of commencement, and containing 6-ri acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, .1907.
32. Conimencing from a post planted at the northeast corner of Timber
License 11,509, tbence south 40 chains
thence west 80 chains, thence south
10 chains, thence east 120 chains,
thence north SO chains more or less
1 to shore of West Arm of Draney's Inlet; theuce westerly along shore to
point; of commencement, and containing 610 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1007.
33. Commencing from a post planted 10 chains east of the northeast
corner    of    Timber   License   11,500,
the local land office for the district in
which the laml is situate.
The homesteader is required to per-
Toijjn the conditions connected therewith under one of the following p'.ans:
(1) At least six months' resilience
upon and cultivation of the laud In
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father Is deceased), of the homesteader resieles upon a farm in tho vicinity
of the laml entered for, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing witih the
father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon [aiming land owned by him iu the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by resilience
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion I.amis at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at $10
per acre for soft cou. and $20 for anthracite. Not more tli.in 320 acres
can bo acquired by one individual or
company. Royalty at the rate ot ten
cents per tou ot 2,000 pounds shall.be
collected on Ihe gross output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized  publication of
this   advertisement    will uot be paid
(er.
point of commencement, and contain-1 thence  south  SO  chains, thence east
Ing 640 acres more or less. so c;.aius,    thence  north So cnains,
H.  M.  O'CONNOR,     j more or 1(.ss> to siloro 0j ^risst Arm
.  ria.
lines Sank Department.     Deposits
eeiri interest allowed ai 3 per q
four times a year.
Assets over $103,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANC
1  ';.
per
.  ,,���  ���
t ;��� I <. .U' U I
upwards,
.01  added
acr
more or
G. D. BRYMNER. Managei
ie Canadian Bank of Commerce
|d-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
August 22, 1007.
i    21. Commencing at a
O CONNOR.     I 240 chains west ami SO
of  the  e uthwest  corner of Timber
a   post   planted' License 11,509, thence south SO chains
the   northwest j thence west SO chains,
of    Timbi       License    L1.508,   80 ohalns, thence  east
north 80 ehains  thence east point of commencement, and contain-
. e chains,    then e  s iuth so onalns,  Ing 640 ai re
thence  west    80  chains    to  point of!
A
8.
160
:������ rn ������
theni '
ess.
H.
gust 2;:. 1907.
Commeni lng al
cbains   in: .
M.
i of   Dralney's   Inlet;   tbence  westerly-
post planted | aion3  shore   to   point  of  comnience-
chalns south j menti an(j containing 640 acres more
or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1007.
thence north
SO chains  to
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application bas
been made to register Margaret Robson as the owner in Fee Simple, under
a Tax Sale Deed freitn The Corporation of the Township or District of
Surrey, to Margaret Robson, bearing
date the 7th day of November, A D.,
1901 of all anel singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate, lying and being in the District
of New Westminster, In the Province
of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as lot 7, subdivision of Northwest quarter of Section
10, Township 2.
You a-J\l each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from
the date of the first publication of
this notice upon you, otherwise I shall
register Margaret Robson, as owner
thereof in fee. And I hereby direct
that publication for thirty days in a
daily newspaper published at New
Westminster of Ihis notice will be
good and sufficient service, thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of Britisli
Columbia, this ISth day of July, A.D.,
1007.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Fredrick Throssell and H. Burton.
All persons serveel with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them, and all persons claiming any
interest In the said land by virtue of
any unregistered Instrument, and all
persons claiming any Interest lu the
said land by descent, whose title Is
not registered under the provisions ot
the "Land Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting Up any claim to or in respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
E   WALKER,
HEAD
President.
OFFICE,
TORONTO.
ALEX.   LAJ
RD,  General   Manager
A GENERAL  BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
commencement,   and  containing   6101
acn - more i c less,
ri. M. O'CONNOR.
Aug] st  23, 19 17.
a. C mmen lng   a'   a   post   planted
2Hi  chains  nerth  ot    the  northwest.
mei   ���,    Tm    ...    License    11,503,   80  chains,  thence east SO chains to
polnl of commencement, and contain-
more or less.
11. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1" ri.
22. Commencing at a post planted
145 chains east ami 20 chains south
of the south end of Goose Bay in Rivers Inlet, thence north Se) chains,
thenee west SO chains, thence south
FARMERS'  BANKING.
ry facility  afforded   Farmers for   their banking   bus'ness.    S.sies   Not"
cashed  or taken  for collection.
BANKING  BY   MAIL���Deposits   may be made
,:   -'.'n accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANC 11���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVEN INGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
withdrawn oby mall
BULLETIN
Great Northern Railway
ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
AND HETURN
on sale Sept. 11,
sit.on.    Retur
12. 13, account Jamestown Expo-
:   L'mlt,   Ninety  Days,
Above rat�� ls from New  Westminster;    ?60   from   Seattle^
Same rates apply to D.lurii;  proportionately low rates \<.-m>
Washington and Oregon  points   Rate to    Chicago:
w rates to Omaha, Ean3as City,   St. Louis,   and
ther Eastern points, j      .^^>^f^^^^;ri^S��^C
ODDFELLOWS'   MEETING.   BLAINE,   WASH..     SeFt.   Bt
$71.50
many
tound trip fare $1.50, children  75c.      Sped
N' iv Westminster at 6:46 p. m.; arrives at
:;-    Returning leaves Blaine 2:0*0 a. m.
r 3:00 a: m.'  Tlckats good for return passa
train leaves
it B'.ainj 7:45 p.
u-rives Westm'n-
Sept. 6th.
ni' Timber License
,. north ' I chains, thence wes:
��� o i halns, thence south SO chains
thence easl 80 c ilns to j olnt of oom-
n eni ement, and containing 640 acn s
more or less.
li.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
I    10. Commencing at  a  post planted]
1240  chaius north  of    the  northwest
c irner of    Timber    License    11,508,
them .- north 81 ch ilns,  then :e easi
80 i halns,    thence  a iuth 80 chain-,
thence  west    80 chains    to   point  ofl
commencement,   and   containing   640
Lacres more or les 1.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 2:1. 1907.
i ll, Commencing at a post planted
200 ciiains north unl so chains west
of   the  northwest  corner  of   Tlnrier
, License ll,50S,thehce south SO chains.
j thence west 80 chains, tlience north
s0 chains,    tlience east SO chains to
! point of commencement, and containing 640
to
Ing 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR
August 22, 1907. ' i halns
23. Commencing at a post planted
115 chains east ami 20 chains south
of the south end of Goose Bay in Rlv-
ers lnl ri thence south SO chains,
thence west SO chain-, thence north
SO ciiains, thence east SO chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 22, 1007.
21. Commencing at a post planted
j vv cliains east ami 20 chains south of
���the south end of Goose Bay In Rivers
j Inlet, thence south 64 chains, thence
i west 100 chains, thence north 64
' chains, thence east* 100 chains to
! point ef commencement, and contain-
j ing 040 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
I     August 23, 1907.
25. Commencing at  a post planted
August
12. Commencln
200
icres more or less. I 65 chalns east and 20 chains south of
H. M. O'CONNOR.      (he sollth eQd of CH)oge Bay in Rivers
VM)~- i Inlet, thence west 100 chains, thence
at  a  post planted | nort'n so chains, thence east 30 chains
; DISTRICT OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. P.Thompson,    of   New    Westminster, B. C,
I cruiser,   intend   to   apply   fur special i
' timber licenses    over   the   following j
described lanSs:
1. Conimencing at a pest set on
the south bank of Cypress Crees
about three and a half miles west
trom Silver Creek, which runs into
Harrison   Lake;   thence   north eighty
west eighty chains, south
hty chains, and east eighty chains
poiut of commencement.
.1. P. THOMPSON.
2. Commencing at a post set on
the south bank o_ Cypress Creel?
alieiut three and a naif miles west
trom Silver Creel;, which runs Into
Harrison Lake; thence west eighty
chains, south forty chains, east one
hundred aud sixty chains, north forty
chains, and west eighty chains to
point ot' commencement.
J, P. THOMPSON.
3. Commencing at a post set on the
railway belt line distant eabout six
miles north of the north shore of Harrison Lake; * thence west eighty
chains, south eighty chains, east
eighty chains, and north eighty chains
to point of commencement.
J. P. THOMPSON.
New   Westminster, B. C,
August  16th,  1907.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Re lots 5 and fi, of block 2, su!:divJ
ision of parts of section 30, block 5,
north range 2, west New Westminster
district, Whereas proof of the loss
of certificate of title number 12979 a,
issued in the name of Frederick William Smith has been filed in cOs
office.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of tho first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid
objection lie made to me in writing-
C- S. KEITH-
District Registrar of  Cities.
Land   registry office.   New Westminster, B- C-, Sept. 16, 1907.
eilone  194.
W. A. ROSS,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Seattle,  Wash.
Assistant General Puss. Agt.
BMflHB
WTOJjrjTTW C
chains north and 80 chains west e
of the northwest corner of Timber I
License 11.5oS,thence north SO chains,,
thence west SO chains, thence south j
SO chnlns, thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement, and con-
tainlng 610 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.     |
August 23, 1007.
13. Commencing at a  post  planted j
' SO ch.eins west of the southwest cor-
more or less to shore ot Goose Bay;
thence southerly, easterly and northeasterly around shore of bay to a
point north of post; thence south SO
chains more or less to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 22, 1907.
2C. Commenci ns  at a post planted
349 chains west cf the southwest cor-
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt iu British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who Is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age. t6
tbe extent of one-quarter section of
ICO acres, more or less.        ���
Entry must be made personally at
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
���xpress and freight connect with
Uages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
r.'oi   information apply to
I H ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. R. C
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tei. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
. ii
��� -
��� m
ri *  ���
��� -e PACE EIGHT
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
iM'
THURSDAY
5EPT,
r ire!
Fire!
Protect your home and your business againsi Jo.-s bj   FIRE
I   am agent 'for Guardian Assurance  Co,  Ltd , of London,  Eng.,
seourit]  J12.908.870;     Mercantile  Fire  Insurance  Co.,  Ltd.,   security
118 613,345;    and   th.   Sovereign  Fire Assurance Co., Ltd-,  security
$2,000,000-
Your food is more delicious
when you use WINDSOR, the
pure, fine TABLE SALT. Itj
savour is as delightful as il is lasting.
155
W.J.KERR.II
MUSICAL CnMEDY PROVED
SPLENDID   ATTRACTION
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
REAL   ESTATE, INSURANCE, AUCTIONEER
West End Lots
Two good lots all cleared in a good location,
$500.00
For the Two; Not Each
One half cash, balance on terms.   This is the cheapest ever.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
School Opening
as
t THIS WEEK we are busy making it interesting
for the School Children, with opening up
| SCHOOL    SUPPLES
NEXT WEEK the School Children will be busy
making it interesting for us.
I J. J. MAC KAY & COS
I
FV
si
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
We have in stock all kinds of
HEATING STOVES
Our Specialty���Airtights relined and repaired.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 ��� - AGENTS
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Clean, clever, captivating comedy,
���nappy tonga with catching chorusi -,
rollicking wit and roaring repartee,
superb iceni ry aplendldly itaged���a
gorgeous wealth oi color, light, rip-
leiiiiK laughter ami bevlei of charming ulrls, all these tiling were gel n
in "Tiie- Isle iel S|ilce" at the Opera
bouse last evening, it way the besl
performance that lias been seen on
tii<. hoards thia Beason.
Described aa a musical fioasrly, it
is what it pretends to be The plaj
has no moral, plo! or prftlogue. Called  the  [Sle Of Spice  I'u   nn plher  !l|>-
parenl reason than tht need of every
jilay fo: a title ol some Mmi, the comedy is one of those attractions too
seldom Been which are enjoyed from
curtiiin rise to exit time, and by dress
circle and gallery gods alike- The
person who cannot enjoy the Isle ol
Spice does not exist.
The ihree chief fun makers of the
evening were John Mylie, alias B im-
popka, Bixty-seventh king of Nicobar,
Harry B. Williams and Harry B. Watson, two deserters from an American
war vessel at anchor off the Isle of
Spice. These' thre... kept the uudi-
enoe in a continuous roar, .billows ol
laughter surging forth at every moment- The trio are natural horn comedians, their ftieial contortions being
sure laugh producers, while then
jokes, some stale, some new, always
carry the crowd- It is to laugh every
time-
Charles Puree!!, and Lieut Katch-
all, rendered several solos during the
evening, in a fine baritone voice, receiving an ovation each time. Roberta Wilson, apparently the leading
lady, stood out pre-eminent as a song-1
stress, winning repeated honors. Undoubtedly the best morsel of the evening was "Peggy Brady," an Irish
song, splendidly rendered by Miss Lo-
retta Convey, with chorus accompaniment She was recalled several
times. Jn "Glorious Highball," Alva
A. Laing put a great deal of feeling-
Apparently he understands' the feeling-
Tbe wealth of scenery Carried by
the company was especially noticed
j in the finale of the first act, when the
I "Star of Pate" appeared suspended
j from the starry skies. Young Cupid
j (Retta Hammond) certainly looked
1 good to the boys on this occasion.
A few of the other stellar selections
i included the Broomstick Witches'
i dance by L-oretta Covey and chorus,
"How can you tell till you try," hy a
quartet of ladies and gentlemen, the
Goo Goo man, John Milne, and Goo
Goo girls' chorus, the Chinese laundry song. Uncle Sam's Marines, and a
duet, "Vou and I," by Roberta Wilson
and Charles Puree!!-
The Vancouver World yesterdsy
, vi ning printed an article staling that
Bill Miner was hiding under a d>k"
e.n Westham island. A week ago the
News reported the story of Bill hav-
' ins been seen bj a logger at CUatham
' .-..jut. The Ejputhsra papers rtate
thai Miner hail n hand In the nent
| holdup in Montana. He is also sup-
pi ied  lo he on bis way to Australia
Iby people who should be well Inform-
td. Only nne man knowt positively
where Miner is, and he won't tell-
that  man i.s Hill lilmsel!
Call and examine
our full line of
Heating Stoves
Purchase at the com-
mencsfrnent of the
fill season.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Choice BEEF
Best of farm-
er's Pork
FOR THE BEST
Photograph
MONEY CAN BUY
AT ANY PRICE
VISIT
GROUNDS COMMITTEE
DECIDES ON  IMPROVEMENTS
THE
$*Z*&Z*Z*Z*!&*&^^
! BROOCH ES
!
9
a
I
>;
w
E HAVE NOW ON EXHIBIT A SPLENDID
LINE OF BROOCHES	
Gold, Gold Filled, Silver,
Diamond Set,     Pearl Set,     Amethyst,
Set,       Mourning, Souvenir,       <_c.
�����    Also a full line of STICK PINS    *��
!
*
v
v
*
I
I
$
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler |
Agent for the Hamilton Watch.
��
IBRfXINlfifiNSBi^^ ������
A meeting of the grounds committee of the R- A. & I, society was held
at Queen's park yesterHay morning
when several needed Improvements
about the ground.-; in ordei- to have
everything in first class condition for
the exhibition were ordered to be
carried out-
One of ihese was a score/board to
be installed on the east siele of tn:j
oval facing the grand Stand. Trie
board will be six feet long and one
foot letters will be used- instructions were also issued for the ova;
to be cul and thoroughly cleaned <>F
sticks and stones.
The members of the grounds committee are Aid .lohnston, chairman;
James Brymner, A- Hardman, Aid-
Garrett, H- Ryall and Joseph Burr.
The work of driving posts under the
Industrial and Agricultural buildings
has been completed and those structures are now in a greatly strengthened condition- More than fifty posts
were added to the supporting power
under the Industrial building- This
work was carried out at the expense
of the city council.
Royal Studio
CUNNINGHAM
BLOCK
Proprietor, L. HAWEIS
(pronounced Hoyes)
QOOKSLEY'S
^**^ Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dist 'int
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at   Gamon's  Cigar  Divan
��arAdvertise the town we live in i y
mailing Picture Post Cards to yoiT
friends-
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������
{Electric Raili
*************************;
way Service;
>                 Interurban   Line.
office on the hour, twenty min- .
utes after and forty minutes af- <>
>  Cars   for  Vancouver  and    wav
>      stations  will run every half-
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m- i.
ij      hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11'..10
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave <.
o      ���'��� nl'
at ten minutes after the hour, i>
>      Cars  leave the depot    every
half past and fifty minutes after < >
e>   twenty initiates  for  both   Sap-
the  hour,  commencing  at 6:30 < >
o   pe'idon aud city limits over the
a. m.                                                i>
< >   City line.
Sunday Service  nair-nourly be- < >
,,      City  Line:    Cars leave tram
<>
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.         J',
:: British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd *
���                                                                               *
TWO GOOD BUYS
Royal Ave., lot, well situated        $800, easy terms
Fifth Ave., lot 99x99, splendidly situated,
$800, easy terms
THIS PROPERTY WILL MAKE YOU MONEY
We are showing our full
*tock
New Fall Coal
For Women and Chilck
Our showing  of   popular   priced  coats  and    iai
number to what we have shown  in past years.   U   ^    ""'^j
much to e\*ery person looking for   a   new  coat?      i,  J,.^' \
... . Sill Civ *��J
a larger selection rrom which to choose- As to price we f- J
careful regarding that- IPuigli I from the besl manufactoJ
Canada, England and Germany, we !,ave been able io r\,.\, -"?J
garments aa are correct In atyle at prices which K.���. \, ''**
the garment! are worth. That, ihe garments an ,>.|| m?
worth what we ask, a look through our stoei. next lime ��� '
down town will prove-
Women*s Full Length Tweed Cc
Ievs
In decidadly new colorings and with new idea- In trimming
different weights of cloth are used, all ol which are tl
shrunk before mailing up. P ricet, each  �����'
Three-quarter Length Coats
in plain colors, such as brown,  navy,  cardinal   and   'lack. a|jJ
dreds of styles in fancy tweeda of light or dark Bhadea Prj
���ach
Vm J
Women's Cravenette Coats
in serviceable weights for rainy day  wear-    Shown In plain i
mostly, with several styles 1 n  waterproof teweds     Prices
  $8 It]
Misses' Short and Long Coats
in fancy tweeds in Heather mixtures and overchecka and fi|
stripes.    A full range of sizes throughout   Prices !"rt>rn $4teli
Children's Coats
in fancy tweed effects with just as much style and finish a; J
misses' or women's coast. You will find a large selection af]
prices.   Each   $2 75 fj
W. S. COLLISTER & G
THE  STORE FOR   HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street, ��� - New Westn
STAR OF INDIA
TEA COMPANY
Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
ALSO
"PERFEC1
Flavoring
Extracts
We Are Giving $5.00 Gold for the best layef |
 Cake at the Exhibition.
A cordial Invitation is extended to all   to visil our exhibit al the fair |
Prunes for Preservim
400 crates; MUST be sold
Get your orders in early!
per crate   25c*   per crate
T. S. ANNANDALE
OUR
Grocerl
A Good One
House on 7th 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
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
IW
REAL ESTATE-
~anc
nsurancej

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