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 kite, Shiles & Co.
FiRE INSURANCE
L WESTMINSTER, B.C
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2. NUMBER 22-1
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ESTATE
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, iT.IDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER
190"
10 CENTS PER WEEK
iia exhibit
FROM EDMONTON
By Times in All Buildings
i Exhibition Grounds���
fudges Selected.
i
UPTON'S CHALLENGE   !
IS NOT ACCEPTED
New York Yacht Club Cannot Consider Tea Millionaire's Conditions at All.
CONSERVATIVES OPEN
GN WITH BIG
,,,;,,;. .-1 rathcona, the i n
ol N   ihern Al-
repre lented al   Bi Itlsl
ial   fair    wh" b   will
rues lay,   A dii ti .i
tive ol Albi rta'i
ran [lng trom veg-
i hard wheat and In-
showing  forth  iin'
h ! two cities from a
1 i idp 'im. wii' be ar-
teasl corner of the
.   building.     T.  Daly,
lm iviin.-,."  n, -mil J, I.. Porte, trom
1 already arrived with
cities'  exhibits.    The Jolnl   ex-
IU I ie  larger    than   these
|       ,  we '  i est   year,  and   mosl   ol
produce   is   of  a   very excellent
'.. n  seen  yesterday af-
l oon   in    .he    Agricultural   tall,
[,....    ,r. I  l'oile  wen- . .igai_f'il
i rates of rami's, tur-
potatoes,  tomatoes,    grains  ol
I ids,   etc.,   an 1  arrangin i
U] in w bi, oming manner.
I. to the reporter's qui  les
.-   ; wo ambitious towns
| onciled tei ea< li oth-
s companj, Mr. Daly, who is an
lerman la Edmonton, stated 11 al
cltlei v.i re living in a spirit of
li .*.:., neither jealous of the
pi . .i ie--.-. A slight hostility -
} ��� . . pel iated by the baseball
km. and other sporting organiza
| such was no criterion of the
���neral feeling.
I ���     Mr. Daly and Mr, Porte made
unqualified statemenl   to the   ef-
thai twice us many visitors would
[     to the fair  ihis  year  than  did
ij |,p vious British Columbia ex-
I They report that the crops
i. ��� :.'. are a little late this year
nearlj     - goo I  as  lasl  year.  Veg-
I        especially   are   an   excellent
'" v'   ''������-��� B. y   26,    b   an almo
ununimou   . it,   L, nigl    ��� ... \,-A v���,,
>acbl   club di i line -1   ���   ������   i
'el Sir T I
tional
In   American   .
I
POLITICAL MEETING
TAYLOR SECURES
^CTDRE MUSEUM
TORY NOMINATION!*""" V"1
��^nm HERE
Annandale Only Other Can- Nickel Theater to Be Latest
didate Seriously Consider-     Addition ;to List of City
Considered.
n.i.e chai-
ton I : .in In
iei   to ��� ike   .
durin ���  Octobe i
Leader R. L. Borden, With Fine Assort-
���-���i-  refui   !  . ,, th      a   met  I
ment of Semi-Scandals and Well-
competing ri ,tlt and tha, ,,li:
is contrary    i    he   .��� i i   0I the   I, ��� ���:
"   Bifi  ol   the   \.,e- pica     .,.
The 1'""-' :i '��� thai the club would
'   wl  i   ������ illei   - .--ri - than 9u-
,"'"' Tb ������ ting la ted tor oni;
:;' !'-' minutes, an I while ihe mem-
be .. cheered al the close i wai pii in
they felt anything but cheery.
��� '' ""������ ������ li stead ol advo :atin.
'il" M-fooi class, bad challenged toi a
."ii!"l|   rue-;   wUb   ,;������   1;i,,.,s     H(
] ose 1 in  bia  i hi llengi   to build two
boats and to bring the ta iter ot ;Ui
Heroic
Worn Platitudes, Makes
Attempt to Enthuse Audience, But
Does Not Score Signal Success-
Habitant Comedian Makes Hit
With Catchy Expression.
The  New   Westminstei   < onservaS
���we, te, this country to  rare  Eigainn   lveB certainly had ., field day yester
a  similarly I ulll   craft,  without  time   l|ilV
allowance.    Beyond  stating that  the
In   the afti rnoou,  a grand  reception tn it. ri Borden and a party
J. I). Taylor, i ditor ol  the. Colum-
Attractions.
1).  Williams, at  present of Van-
ted  as the nexl  Tory] couver, may open a nickel theatre an3
amusement  hall In this city if he is
.- em iri,i e   for   p i li wn< ntary   bonoi .
by iii" Consei vative 11 nvi ntion a-; tern-
successful in securing suitable premises,    He is at  preseni on the look-
bled   in   i ;��� lingham   hall   yesterdaj
I out. tor premises tor such a purpose,
afternoon.
Nominations   for   candidates  were      Ml'  Wllllai��a conducts the Exhibit
by   ballot,  the   following    Ming  the 1 ^eatre,  located on    Cordova street
competing  boats Would  be 68 raters,   conVentlon to nominat,   .b ri Taylor'. unusual, however
':;(' baronet !';'; :'":  natffed ���' single   aB standard bearer to    ,,,.   party  a1
' I the next Dominion election, and in too      rhe people w.
lis   own,   as  alter  looking over  their
iei"'. record and capacity, he had de-i
cided in put  all the portfolios in the
Ho ise in other hands.    This was -not
names su mil ed: .1. ri. Taylor, T. S
Vnnandale, J, A. Le<, n. S. Curtis, M
Sinclair, Samuel Strirtb (Dewdneyj
s i   Chart, s  Hlbben   Tupper, and  R
;.. n ri, V ini ouver, Mr. Taylor scoured 85 votes, Mr. Annandale. got ri,
other parties nominated either)
idrawing from the contest or securing only one vote apiece. fTiie two
candi lat's who led in the voting were
the only two who ever seriously con-
sidered the possibility of being (Tie
choice of the convention. Mr, Annan-
dale being absent made Mr. Taylor';-:
victory an easy one.
Out of the 13G delegates who were
entitled to be present at the convention, 115 put in an appearance. The
meeting confined itself strictly to 8Te
business for which it  was called7"and
Pnppets  and   Giants.
old  by  the  sun-   there was very little done in the way
evening a monsti -   meeting a;   sldlzed prem that the Conservatives  of speeches.
th Opera bouse, with It. L. Borden] were pigmies beside the giants of in-J After Mr. Taylor had been made the
J, ri. H. Bergeron anl Premier Mc- tellecl who sat on the Liberal hencttQe l Unanimous choice of the convention,
Dride as tin; chief speakers. The ^QSe 125 men who all moved and several speakers rose to their feet,
meeting was fairly well attended, al- voted as the prime minister told them evidently with the intention of'mak-
though the audience could not be -,. and who were mere puppets in his : ing a few remarks. Chairman J. A
classified     as    Conservative  by   any   hands.   They had been told that ban- ! Lee, noticing Col Scott, of Port Moo-
Vancouver, and ls organizing a clr-
cuil ol similar amusement places, taking in Victoria, Nanaimo, New ^veiri-
minsti r and oilier nearby towns. He
informed a News reporter yesterday
that it was his intention to run an
educational series of moving pictures
In his New Westminster show house
during the afternoon and evening,
catering to ladies and children principally. The matter of puttTngTn the
picture machines will be considerei
later.
Mr. Williams is arranging to conduct a restaurant at the park duTing
the exhibition. He has secured a concession from the management In a
very advantageous location.
means.    Some  came because  it   was
their party duty, some came because
rler could form half a dozen cabinets,, dy,
but  was it not
REFORMATORY BOYS
ESCAPE FROM CUSTODY
The superintendent of the reformatory at Kitsilaiui, near Vancouver, and
a   constable   from   Vancouver   calle*
Conservative  cf old  standing, I at   the  local   Provincial  police  office
.- bulli undi the u< w rules, whicn
would mean thai they must be cruising as well as racing yachts, liis
challenge made this one jioTnt clear,
that he would undertake ancTiher raci
with racing machines and undi rial..
to construct one that could bear the
brunt of a trans-Atlantic voyage and
then compete for the cup.
From the flrsl il seemed a foregone,
conclusion  that  the  challenge woul I  because they had nowhere else t
be defeated and after discussion and]     ,    \   i������ acted  .,, c-flairmail   and
���
or men to accept anv respon-   ce speakers to their seats.
ln tM   sibie offlce of anv kind, he had to use I Col. Scott's attention to the fact Bfc'.of age,  made  a  successful  dash  for
a   lantern, Diogenes-like,    and    aftei���  he had the floor. I liberty on Tuesday morning, and since
11. Bergeron, Thorns*   -.awfully Bcanntng the faces and ret* I    Goi. Scott consulted with his nextjthat  time   four  others  had  escaped.
brds of the men who surrounded him,', Beat neighbor.   Evidently he was ar-  and all were still at large.   After aaff-
_, not   ranging  the sequence  of  mighty   ar- j ing Constable Deane    to    be on the
strange that when he   and   vice-president  of  the   Conserva-! yesterday    and    asked    for    heip   in
they  were   curious,   and   some   came    wanted"men to take the positions of' tive association, among those who had | searching for tive boys  who escaped
Postmaster-eGeneral, Minister of Rail- j risen from their seats, gave him the from the institution during the last
J.  A.   Lee
,    , ways and Canals, Minister of Public 1 preference, and motioned other wotffS- couple of days.   They stated that one
snn.t  sneecnes  iron, memners   about U]i,.tv prominent Conservatives   ...   ., t anv ,.esnon.   be speakers to their seats.   He called , boy, Oi-a  Anderson,  seventeen  years
the, vote came and the yacht ownerBi, | occied 8eatg on th     t
who aleiie of tiie- membership bad the
lK>wer  of   decision,   quickly   declined j    ,.,.,,.
Ult' chail.nge. , ,;il.fo,,1    MLA|   c
1:  was said tonight that  the yacht \i. i_ iioij, an(j ,j. u
front row were Premier McBrlde,
i;
M.   Woodworth,
Taylor.
Every dav tb..-
scene  grows   Dusler
iii;!i.  exhibition buildings. Worker ee ting partitions, decorat-
booths  and     laying   m
ock.    li   Is expected  thai   by  Satur-
1 eve ning the exhibits will be pret-
well all in po Itloo,
��� Uowlng places   are sending
���   . Shi ilts     llis   year;      NelSOU,
Kelowna,  Langley.    Coqult-
i, Richmond,   Surrey,    Chiiliwack,
Vernon,    lildmouton,    anJ
an 1  au exhibit   will also
' broughl   from   the    experimental
mi at Agasslz,
Ing novel in the line of live
Jock will be exhibited this year by
- A. Wilson, ofCllnton, li. ('.   These
��� the Highland cattle, which are
I'1'' '!:    Impi nations iuto this coun-
:i -. otlan 1,     The cattle  are
ft in the stables at the park, hav-
: ve     i few days ago.    A num-
��f Clydi sdales have also arrived
: :     ���     iper country from the 108-
We ranch on the Cariboo road-
illowing judges have been si"
���i inager W. 11. Keary, as-
! ' J. i!   Anderson, and ri. M
">"-'A- both cj the  Agricultural  de-
11       W. J,  Hiack. presldenl  of
Manitoba    Agricultural   college,
'    '     -i Id swine;   Prof   W.   J.
'ri Manitoba AgricTiltwal col
l''''   dairy,  cattle and  sheep;   N.  ('
Portias l.   Ore.,   beef  cattle"! ;
'r' Tolmle.Vlctorla, and Dr, Ssfinner-
on' V mcouvi r,  heavy  horse*^;   Miss
��se, Gin iph Agricultural college, da
I'foducts;   Miss  Maddeick,  riuelpli
Srlcultural   college,   domestic  econ-
',1,y;   Miss   I,, eliai'il,   Farmers'   Advn-
!'"1";-'  work,   art   and   arraiige-
listricl  exhibits;   W. C.  Mo-
wllcan of Calgary, grains and agri-
'U:l1 seeds,   roots   and   fleld   pro-
:lr';   Professor   Henderson,   Ii!,aho.
fruit.
owners ot the club would not consent
to H race' under the new rules, bul
would insist upon the right to be unrestricted as to the dimensions of the
:-a. 'i; to defend the cup.
Ai a d atti; ol taci the Ne w York
Vae ];\ eli b ri nol I ound by any of - he
rules ma le. either .- I be i ommitti i
.-. i] ointed al I be Atlaai Ic coasi coa
fereni a In 1905, nor by the triple i
vention at the national conference ln
London. Januafy, ibi*;. The. club at
flrsl accepted the nibs of the American committee, adopted by many American yacht el,lbs. Ileal racing yachts
be built on cruising lines and thai
the scantling measurement which
sin,aid Insure si ib.'lty prevail in their
construction. Later the New JTork
Yacht, club repudiated these rules
through Louis Cass Leilyard. one of
.1. P. Morgan's handy legal aides, who
bas recently been referred to by
yachtsmen as a sea lawyer.'' Hem,.
the Club tonighl was In a position to
decline to race under the new rules.
LACROSSE VETERANS
WILL BE SPARE MEN
The Hon. Richard -McBride was the
Oral speaker of the evening, an.l entertained the audience for some time
with his well-known platitudes on the
Oriental Immigration question. "T^s
Bpeech had nothing new or salient
about it.
Borden   Likes   Ladies.
Tbe Hon. 11. L. Boideu, lea ler of
the Opposition In the Hou e of Commons at Ottawa, followed. In his
opening remarks, Mr. Borden paid i
tribute to the Ladies of New Westminster for their interest in politics,
as evidenced by their presence at tli"
meeting. He remarked thai either Of
the two parties ware dependent to a
great extent upon the ladies for victory at the polls, adding ibat the women folk generally saw to 11 that they'
had their way iu everything, and politics was no different from other matters In this respen. He appealed lo
the ladies to support the Conservatives ai the forthcoming general election.
Disappointed Last Time.
Mr. Borden remarked he could nol
he had to go ouiside. Could he
find an honest man among all his followers? Or, did he not want an honest man? (laughter). He did not
know which was the case, but iT was
either a very poor compliment to his
followe. rs in the House, or else it was
an insult to ihe men who had accepted the vacant offices.
Mr.  Borden    next   referred  to tho
three  great  essentials  of democratic
government, mentioning that tne people were  entitled  to  have  standards
such as they expected and deserved,
Mr. Borden then reviewed one or two
of the promises the Liberals had'made
before election.    One was "Purity of
administration  and   clean  elections.
Yel  he considered that  this was the
first of three essentials of a succ. ss-
l'ul democracy.   First, was the honest!
.and   careful   expenditure    of    public |
money;   secondly,   that  appointments
tee public offlce should be made in the ,
guments for the support of J. D. Tay- lookout, the Vancouver officials drove
lor in his mind, and was prepared toi down the North Arm road in the "nope
electrify the audience with some lin- j of discovering the boys in that vi-
guistlc masterpiece.   Col- Scott clear-' cinity.
ed his throat, assumed a dramatic ait- The other four boys who escaped
titude, .and then expressed his senti- are; f. _..':.."���,<���:, aged V years, former-
ments in clear and concise language'; hy Gf New Westminster; Cr.enroy
"1 move we adjourn," was all lie '' Chines, of Victoria; Leonard McDoug-
said. all, of Vancouver; .and Arthur Evans.
many cases whose only claim to consideration was a devotion lo i*ie party. Some of these men had later been
put into jail for crooked work in connection  with  the  offices  which  they
few words. Mr. Templeman was
blamed for everything that was as it
should not be, while Mr. McBride was
admired for the bold stand he took
in bouncing out and banging the iloor
had filled. By some mysterious ay".-jwith dignity, and also commended tor
tern, these men always made money, taking the holiday trip to tne} foot q[
"A man with the pull at Ottawa can J the throne. With regard to liJ~
become ,a millionaire,"
Borden.
Timber lands in the Northwest, sold
for a song and resold for thousands
Choice of clean men ami not of senem-
quoted    Mr, j speaker's policy,   the  promise   Which
he had made in 1904 still stood good-
Poor  Story Teller.
During the six weeks which he had
of dollars, was his next, assertion,   it [ been campaigning throughout the Do-
had heard   tho
was scandalous the manner in which j minion,   Mr. Borden
ing political  favorites;   thirdly,  clean  the  timber   interests  of the country   trumpet  calls  for  the  condemnation
were being given away in the North-1 of the
elections ba.-.ed upon an honest bailor..
Had they had these since the present
governmenl came Into power in Can-
|SUU"AN PAWNS JEWELS
TO   KEEP   HIS   ARMY
"- Sept,  ri',.���Dispatches from
LeOtUlo
rangier
Ptraiog
Bive details of the financial
,,     <ir the   Sultan   Abdul   El   Aziz
"  Morocco, who has been  forced to
f 0 liis jewelry in order to raise
��� man,,,   ,-
lhi. ..' "' troops now defending
P'i' throne, , -
IWIth ' Kj,"'lin" llis Jewelry tO Paris
Pari i tru<!tl0M to deposit [[ |u a
|t('(.,|h. ilMl1 ralse a loan gua
Boina !S"1,;'"'S financial posdtfon is
���debt '""" bad t0 wors<i. The total
[poiij Mor��cco amounts to 2,Wu,000
iran-
the deposit,
The bn.'. - wh ��� donned the red shirts
ai Vancouver on September 2nd,
againsi the Vaacouvei team, will lineup ogaln tomorrow afternoon In exactly the' same ordi r against the -Maple
l.cai fecrosse team of Vancouver.
Harry Latham and other old reliables
will he on hand as spare' men. but
ii Is likely that their Bervices will nol
be required.
Tbe lineup wilJ be: Goal, Gray;
point, Galbralth; cover, T- Gifford,
flrsl defence, J. Gifford; second defence, G, Rennie. third defence, T.
Ronnie; centre'. l->eney; third home,
w Turnbull; second home, Wlnfe-j
mute; flrst home'. A. Turnbull; ou.-
slfle, l- Turnbull; Inside, .1. Bryson.
Tramps on the Move.
New York, Sept. 26.-The annual
exodus of tramps has begun, and the
ranroa<is are now making preparations
to deal with the "hoho" problem by
stationing men on main lines to keep
the trampa trom hoarding trains and
muting depredations, m- ,..-u
are sworn  i
say thai h.' was altogether delightea aiUl? >^0( for if one-tenth of the mon-
with the manner in which British Col- ey Bpent ,)V tluvs��� gentlemen In extravagance and corrupt expenditure,
would supply all the better terms that
British Columbia need ask from the
Dominion  for  man.,   years  to conic.
umbia had supported himself and his
party al the last general election, as
the people of ihis great province bad
elected seven gentlemen who wei i
not entirely of his choice or selection.
it was a happy augury that Mr. Taylor
had received the unanimous support
nt the Conservative', convention held
In this city during the. afternoon, and
he felt sure that this was a sure indication of victory at the polls. When
on the day of the general election, he'
would be receiving messages of Conservative victories throughout the
length and breadth of Canada, there
would be no more welcome tidings
broughl to him than the message
The "Arctic" Cruise
Mr. Borden claimed that the Liberal government had utterly disregarded all the three essentials, and iii order to be specific, he quoted, with regard to the mal-adminlstration of public funds, certain statements with regard to the oft quoted story of the
Arctic expedition, on which he stated
over $300,000 had been wantonly
squandered. In his opinion. Hie ex-
that  Penditure had no other excuse for ex-
.1. D. Taylor had been the victor at
the New Westminster polls. He predicted that at the session of parliament following the general cTection,
Mr.   Taylor would   sit   at   his     (tho
istence  than  the  spending of  money
upon party favorites.
A   Lone   Epigram.
The next alleged offense was in connection   With   an     American    ua'msd
_ wicked Grits growing louder
! west. Mr. Borden did not go into de- j and louder all the time. At this point
tails concerning this, however; appftv- he introduced a story intended n
ently being aware of the fact that raise a smile, but Mr. Borden is no;
timber scandals are not unknown In ' gifted that, way, and his best effort
this part of the continent. j can only be said to meet with partial
Stock Scandals. success.
The Saskatchewan valley land deal. I Comlng t0 the transportation V'��>>
an old stock scandal used time and : h,uu Ml. 1!iml.,n reminded his "hearers
again, was rehashed whh all the tami- ; lh.lt the conservatives were respon-
llar professions of denunciation by the I sibp. f(���. llu, building of the C. P. R.
Conservative leader. Nexl came tri. x>xt toilowed Uu, mitional 1JOrt (lo.
Uoleins' Irrigation business, slightly mamUhe local situation being brought.
fresher than the last. Briefly, Mr. (nt0 tlu, iimeiight promiscuously, t-Jft
Borden complahfed that some friends ' suggestion being mailo tllat the* mon.
of the Liberal government bad been j ey S(]l,andei.ed by boodlers be set as
able to secure leases on 375,000 acres, ide for the making of ,a national port
of grazing land in 1903, paying the ! ,lt Now Westminster,
nominal figure of $1 per acre, and had I -
later sold the lands for $12 an acre.
Two men named Hitchcock and' Mc- j
Gregor made, according to Mr. Bor-1
den, something like $95,000 profit out
of the deal without improving the laud
in any way- He classified the jlobins'
immigration deal as a gigantic swindle.    Tho  scheme  had  not been  de-
Sticks to Old Pledges.
The government ownership of telephone  and  telegraph  lines  was  also
j speaker's) right hand on tho bencher-   Merwin, who, Mr. Borden stat2d, had I signed to promote settlement, hut to
of the  House  of  Commons.      if  the  made profits out of goods supplied to I 1)rovilie profits to Liberal speculators.
n  lls special officers,  an 1
Conservatives    of    British' Columbia the Liberal government.    After minor
would  only  elect   seven   represent.;!.- details   in   connection     with   Merwin
Ives to the House  at The next  elec- had been made public, Mr. Borden de-
tion. he would  be  willing to  let by- livered the only epigram of the even-
gones be bygones, ami wohld forgive ing.    He said: "Unless people protest
them  for having  so sorely neglected at  the  polls of    the  Dominion,  they
him in the past. w'" deserve to have their public mon-
Referring again  to the solid seven eys stolen by the boodlers who follow
��� , arraign their prison
are 0'nl'l,'y('^| J Tha Nsw York Cen-  Liberals elected  iii this province at any party which gets iuto power.'
ers as vag       . i( ,loSPS $20,000 the lasl election. Mr. Borden remark-      The appointment of Incapable and
tral estuna. gtajen 01. destroyed L^ that apparently the gentlemen ei- undeserving men to public offlce was
yearly ln trei& B]eventh    avenue Lcted  bad not  met   with  Sir Wilfrid the speaker's next theme.    The Llb-
by tramps , jjfun.le_..g approval any more than witli erd\a  had   elected   men  to  powfr  in
yards. i
The Liberal policy of 1904 with reference to the transcontinental railroad, was next on the program. The
speaker was sorry to say that everything the Liberals had done was entirely wrong, but it could not be
changed now, national honor and faith
demanded that the deal Be carried
through. This afforded Mr. Borden
an opportunity to introduce his campaign pledges of the last elec.T6n.
Better terms. Mr. McBride's especial eet th^orv, w.as glossed over in a
gration policy, the speaker dftT not
think that British Columbia was appreciative of the interest it was creating in the older provinces. He
would not pledge himself to "oe guided by the wishes of the Conservatives
with regard to the immigration question, preferring rather to think that
the people knew best their desires on
this subject, and were In a better position to judge than merely ,a small
portion of tbem. He was at all times
prepared to be guided by the views of
the people, constitutionally expressed.
He closed on this subject with a renewal of his pledge of 1902.
The visit of the Hon. Mr.  Fisher,
minister of agriculture, to Japan, anrl
(Continued on Page Fight.) PAGE TWO
TTTE DAILY NEWS.
*    FRIDAY. 1.
if iii
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rA
f "From Factory to Home Om Motto
The s ic'al season wlll soon be in
full swing. Wh.u aboul an attractive
fan for tii-' many full dress occasions.
Perhaps the white ostrich feather
fans are the most gen-rally desireel
but tiie white, grey or black ostric/i
feather.-, hand-painted silk, peacock
feothers, ami ivory fans from |3.00
n.i are here for your consideration.
When thinking eef '.bo coming wedding or personal gif' 11 n it overlook
tin- pleasure a handsome fan will create.
Henry Birks & Sons Ltd,
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers, Corner Granville
and Hastings Street.
GEORGE   E   TROREY.   Managing Director-
CHAMPION   HEATHEeR   NELL AM) HER  LAST  LITTER.
This splendid animal is owned bj   S. \V. Bodley. and i.-; entered in the
open i lass iu tho forthcoming Kenne]  club   show   at   the   Provincial   exhibition.    .Mr. Bodley recently  refused $1,000 for this bitch.    He is also ex-
hlbltlng his two-year-old Heather Captain, and  has an entry in Uu- puppy
elass. \
MISPLACED BUOY
OF TftLUS
'Additional  particulars are to hand
of   how the  steamer   Teilus.    under
charter to the Western Fuel company'
of Nanaimo, came ie, grief.
'Th..-' loss is said to be due to a buoy .
being otit of place, Tins buoy is
adrlfl aa 1 has been out of place for
several nionths. The Norwegian
cajrtain is quite b.Htjr aboul the mis-
r rie,.ii . o[ the buoy, concerning
which the officials were notified some
tiros
,i  was Saturday morning that the
Teilus   s ruck,  and     at   7   o'clock  on
la     morning  she  broke  In  two,
. . i   with   everj thing   on board   will
, robably be a total loss.
Th"  stranded  vessi I   rested   easily
" CIViC HOLIDAYS
.	
in  accordance    with    a resolution
passed al the regular meeting of coun-
i ll on the 23rd Inst, I hereby declare
TUESDAY. OCTOBER  1st.  and
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd.
from l p.m. to b p.m. public half-holi-
da;   . an l respectfully invite the citl-
i   g a, i ally to so obsi rve I be same
\V.   II.   KEAJtY,
Mayor,
Cil    Hi 11, N'ew \ri'-     ;'    i ". Sept, 24,
1907.
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save   you   130   per   cent
on  a  SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B- C-
510 Richards St., Phone 2125
up till about midnight, when In a
heavy .-we'll she. began pounding terrifically. Shortly afterward:; she began leaking; the pumps broke', an I
her engines shifted over aft. Al G
o'clock Sunday moi ning water wa
pouring  into  the  engine room.    Th
ire ���   mate's,   three   engineers,   (nn-.l
stewards,    who     remained     oh     the
'������   w -re taken    off    by  the  tug
Cudahy,   which  stood  by  during  the
night.
Capt. Berg, wiih a tore - ol long-
rii iremen, arrived al tl;.' wreck al 3
o'clock Sunday morning, but seeing
thai Hum- was no b ipe I-; saving the
vessel or any part of ihe i argo, n -
turned io Hoquaim with liis crew.
The tug Traveller, with Second Mate
-ril.-nn of ihe Teilus. is standing by
the wreck.
Capt. Berg believes lhe Teilus wiil
go ; i pieces entirely within a few
days. The steamer carried nearly
1,000 ions of coal, valued a: aboui
520,000, fo.' the fndep mdenl Coal et
Ice company of Portland.
The crew of 211 men was taken oft
'ey the tug Printer, which hurried to
'.lie scene, arriving ihere two hours
after the steamei forced her nose into the sand. Although a Iim- was
taken by the tug. and later lhe tug
Traveller came to the rescue,  -,.--,-
v i rful   --'i' nne rs  could   cl     D ������ iin
i i move : he vei - il  from Its dang i ������
o ;- position.
Nanaimo, Sept. 25.���Dr. Brown, who
i   i li"  o'a n irshlp   "f  nearly om
��� md . 1 pheasants, and who has them
lain-, i to a  wonderful degri e, is now
a "e.  to add another triumph to bis
i   H lib   the   birds.     (Hie   bird   some
a .a, suftere i a compound fri"''
lire to one eef its legs. The 'I icl er
ri ite 1 ii an 1 bound ii up. but ' h ���
animal gol no better an 1 the leg ba ;
graduallj wasted away. While It gets
ilong nicely on one leg, the doctor
.- ' al tei asslsl nifiiiiv and is now
having a cunningly contrived wooden
leg mad,' for ii. A pheasant wiih a
ivooden leg will be something of a
novelty in sporting annum.
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COMMON SENSE TALK
ON PIANO PURCHASING
We want to talk seriouslv to every prospective Raj
buyer in New Westminster ind District.    Our bus!
ness is piano selling.   WTe manufacture Pianos anl
sell them ourselves direct to you.   We are sellij
more high grade Pianos now than ever before. Thei
are reasons for this.   We own and control oui owl
retail stores.   When you buy from us you have
doubts as to whether the guarantee will be carriei
out.   There is no second party mixed up in the transT
action, and no middle profits to protect.
Our line of Pianos in the most complete west of Toronto, we hand!
seven other makes besides Mason & Risch, giving you thirty-five styles
Pianos to choose from.    You can see in our immense stock any grade
Piano you wish.   There is no guess work.   Every piano has its pi ice anil
grade.   You know absolusely what kind of piano it is.   Wre sell pianos at 1
much lower price than they have ever been offered before in the west.  1
are ready to prove every statement made by us.   We want you to see om]
goods and get the prices.   Make no mistake, it will be a revelation to yoiiJ
We will have a large exhibit at the fair in the Industrial Hall.   The!
exhibit has been forwarded from Toronto, and consists of the latest produef
tions of the Mason & Risch Factories, and of the Aeolian company's four piaj
nola piano factories, New York.   Make our exhibit your meeting place.
Mason & Risch Piano Co* Ltd\
Piano Manufacturers
659 Granville St., Vancouver, B. C.
WHERE YOU BUY DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY ON EASY TERMSjjTO SUIT PURCHASER-PHONE 130
Cleared   Lot
On Sixth street below Fourth avenue, can he had for
$750.00
$400 cash, balance easy.
BOURNE & GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
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It has stood the test, heat, frost, wind and rain,
gives entire satisfaction, does not harden in the
sun or crack in the cold, alv/ays waterproof, always tight. It is light in weight, low in price
and makes a roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Write for prices. -:- -:��� :--
Corrugated Iron always on hand and price right.
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It. j. trapp &
Limited
THE
House of Quality 1
Cur  newly   purchased   lines of  the    SMARTEST
WEARING   AP-
PAREL,   SHIRTS,   TIES,   HATS,   AND    GENTS'
UNDERWEAR,
from   the   Eastern   Markets,  have   now   arrived,
and  are   already
THE TALK OF THE TOWN   among the well  and
stylish  dressed.
JUST   RECEIVED
I
J. E. BROWN & CO.
CUNNINGHAM BLOCK
P.   S��� UMBRELLAS
CASH   CLOTHIERS
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A Large Shipment of
Crockeryf^Glassware
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.       OUR; PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
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During the long winter months, the GjlAPHOPHONE,
for passing awav the long dull evenings. We have
now a fine stock* of Instruments, and over 3,000 records to select your music from.
, Also Edison Phonographs and Records, Coltf*
bia and Victor Records, Pianos, Organs, Musical instruments, and Singer and Wheeler & Wilson seW<
ing machines.
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SEP"
1907
Till: DAILY NEWS.
PACK THR1 .
, .,:,;.-  Soap contains  nothing ths       ill harm the
jntiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealt;- at
ROODS DAMAGE
PROPERTY IN
]    SPAIN
S H I RT
HIE BEST SHIRT
[ADE FOR THE WORKWOMAN
BUTTON.       E.WED ON
BY HAND
i*e nus&y
Is the Shirt for the Working Man ���
i..'
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i I     . .    :.'.      .    reared that
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rivei
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���    isting
mm
I ons.
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C700d
Cheer
Store
THE HOME
OF PLENTY
Oo You &now
Thnt you can purchase at our
store not only the FRESHEST
of   GROCERIES.
BUT   ALSO
Condensed
Advertisements
WANTLD    250   fll     1    ' '      ri I IJ      V
O   li. \  .
wanted   Sma      - wort
     1 ...        1  &   M.
u   printers, 11 ill)   Mi 1
wanted    i'< m  li   hel].  light   w< rk
Bhorl   hours      \.    ���    N       M<
  Laund      C< luml ��� -. S1
wanted   \\ experiei
flressm V.ddr<       i\      ���.   \.��
offia
LOST ..���       .
g I     on i ��� etween
S lllth       Hllei    thi     D01     .
J '��� rewar I     Ri   irn to Dailj   \
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AMUSEMENTS
NEW
LYRIC THEATRE
VANCOUVER
Corner  of  Pender  and   Hamilto-i   Sti
Btalan a   1   awson   ':...������
We give a guarantee with every two of the
shirts we sell,wear them alternately, if they
wear out in one year, bring them back and
get your money back. The H. B. K, Co.
stand back of this guarantee; we stand
hack of you.
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Clothing, Hats,
Caps, Underwear
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I r.'!'-.1   ihem    va - ilng   1 li
.1111  . on ��� ��� sl mala   Inl
n   '���
Sim!            ���  ��� 1        om Ve lez,   Malaga,   Denem      is,   Can     ullin  .
.   ��� . .   . imlng In.   Thousands
rhe damage 1  ���    ��     .O   I   1 1
'    Leckie s Celebrated
lati si  . stimai   ���  place the mini- \
...    1 esada
We s       ���  ' ���     .    eeli kinds, no chi
t*>let>h >:i (3329    Canadl in   i'.
Emploi menl   agi n -\.   50(1   1
str el Ve . Vam cn\ er, 1* C
wanted   Board aud lodgin 1 I    S'e
��1 jtaii  la j      !'.  r,.    no <���""' ���
home  sn s   ' - 1 id n   ���
ph aaanl      ^pplj     I ami I iti ���
Dail]   N 1      art!   ill
LOST     V  gold fill       v
case,   Und' Indl]   return     0    T
Gilford's stoi 0 an 1   1 tain
reward.
TO   LET     Two   1   . ei".: foi   ��� '
Tke Lyceum Stock ("err,pany
.li    Wot i.    ;���
Monday. Sept. 23rd
l'iie   i', "< .nin
"Woman vs. Woman"
.   w edn<
POPULAR PRICE8
Leak  Up
THE
Columbia 11 reet, w\i in tram offlc
"��" "";>   Pourth :nv M,1: I?ri\r��___l   f^\i\\T   f l_a��_��*i
\--2^  to R. C   Purdy, eonfecttonei    IwYal   Vjlijf    \__jlcall""
ing, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
ter   ���      comnu i -
ome to dl
and    public
��� tu   ri Uel
Complements to Dear  James.
My   Dear J ami s,    You   mu il   be  u
I roud in.in now tha    ;ie  conservatives
.  nominal! 1 you as tin Ir \n-\i can-
e   for  I lominlon   Parllami ni.    l'
is .1 j:' ii r ifl ai .i        the way you
'.: .. ���    ban lied   the   Dominion   govei a
Boots and Shoes
the best made for British Col-
ish  Columbia   wear.
6- ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth Hi..
between Third and Fourth Ave.;
ne'w Ij | alnti i and | api red. to bi
wild ii.'.'.o dlatelj ; a hew: tin al
$1500, half cash. Apply Mi Quarr.i
,<: Co., Front  si.
timber lands���w.' deal exclusive
ly in timber, Have large and Btnai,
newts cm water, if you wish t<
buy or sell, see me.   v,. u. Chandler
5G7   Columbia   St.
OPP, PREMIER HOTH
PhOIIB B278
Bring in ymii' clothes tee be preaaed
407 Hastings St.. Vancouver, D.C.  [at once in order to toaure tha work
being dons before the fair-
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
r\   \/        oi .u  ,  m.,...     To  accommodate   all   the   guests
Do Your Children want INew
a lue fl ill vIbII i'i.' city din Ir i exhlbl-
Special Prices on Tea
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agents for New Westminster ���
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'".n:.';iSB_BBni
I KSSfflHJBP ���
New Arrivals
Children's Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Furs,
Coats, Dresses, Underwear, etc.,
all stylish and up-to-date.
The prices? Well, they are by no means
their least attraction.
THE WHITE HOUSE
275 Columbia St.     A. J. BIRTCH
It is more Ln r-,,\ro\.  th 'ii tn anjoi
n ajoritj ee; us heard the re-
ol   the nomination,  boi row  thai
. might be lost  ( i  us, an I anger
i bat they should att< mpl to force you
uiidst
in   ���',    [onbcom ns   i ampalgn,   no l
[ou il   you   will   have   to  an iwer   toi
any,   \ ery     many,   vloh nl     attacks
.ni   those who  have  dared, or
,lel  !  Baj   li ive had  the nerve, to
dlfi ir  trom  you,  bul   still   thai   is a
small matter, isn't it.    By  the accu
. ms    of  graft    brought    by    you-
againsi    various    mlnlstei s,    loot,    1 !
thing you call It, you  have endeared I
j oui self I" many on both sides ��>f the
b�� i e, and the glad li ind is assure I j
,.  tting you, in say nothing of a halo
adoru   your  brow.     Loot    sounds ]
.,��� ���     ;. es'nl  It, but  it  does look i old
i int, hardly    parliamentary    nnd
doubtfullj   gentli manly, still  In  your;
hands il  1ms a certain    signifleatice
thai  l am afraid most of us do noi
really  fathom.
Did  I   hear  a whisper,  "Dog  In a
j ;,, tm er?"   N'o, ii nni- i have been Sir
J '.\ llfrld      im ering.
x, ] .   rell, who wou  .      vi   th .hi
yours  affectionately,
I'OUTHTS.
lew Westminster, Sept. Z6, 1907.
Jerseys,
Stockings,
Clothes
Bring them to us, and save
money TWO WAYS���both in
PRICE .ind in WEAR AND
TEAR.
6 lb Caddy of Choice
Ceylon & Assan  Tea
���   ���   ���   ���   51*   *  mty*2f   *   a   ���   ���
tlon Lime 11 is desired thai all hou e
holders prepared to offer ti .cotnmo
elation al reasonable rates will leavi
their  addresses  with   Edward   Hoult _ ,
billeting agenl al the city hall, when    |||(> \}\\^[ Importing   IC3 811(1
all infe.iininii.iii  iniiy ier obtained,
\1,|.\   QARRETT,
Chairman nl the Billeting committee
i
I
Our rapid turnover enables
us to keep a continual supply
of fresh goods.. Our celebrated
T
Dr. Jordan
The   Eyesight   Specialist
In ga i . i 'iiiiiiel his old patrons
as well i.s 'r: npi i tiva custom-
its, thai ni'w style of eye-
..ri ��� iea are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods, lie' wishes all
in e.;iii tii look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 H;is.lw.s SI.     VANCOUVER
I
NOTICE
$25.00 reward will be ; ild to any
,.���,   who will give Inform ition to Sec
���,,.  the conviction  of  parties  Pound
damaging the property of the oorpot
I .,��� the ; ubllc parks or elsewhi re
e city.    By order,
\v. A   DUNCAN,
City Cli '
C ti   Hall,  Sept  19,  1907
?W��*IS.;^7'
Wa N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
eilafd fllocl'     N��w W������mlntt��r. P.C
k
EASTERBROOK   MILLING   CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $15; .second, ?10, for
thebest.loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
8MPERIAL    FLOUR  -  IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed-all that ia necessary is that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
ONT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
H. STEWARDSON
Civil  Engineer ancl
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
ED.  GOULKT,
O. r. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
BUTTER
Alberta
Creamery
Only $1 for Three
Pounds
No advance In price of Flour.
PXHIBITION
WE PRINT
toffee Company
phone 1258.
,7n Granville St, Vancouver.
CITY Of NEW WESTMINSTER
Rc  VOTERS'   LIST
Notice i ��������� hon by given thai b court
wii! be hel i pui'sunnl to the Vot< i
I [g|      ,.!,,, ;,.     ,,;'   "Ne��     UVeetti'ili'-1' '
Sri, L888," ana \mendlng Arts, by
' the Hon. w. Normau B^le, Judge ot
; tha County   Court, ui    the   CouncM
ri,:,���,;,..v. city Hail, in thia clty�� im
Tueiday, Ui" Lst day or October, mt
j ;,i ii ,,',.|e���.i, b m. to hear and d< tei
��� mine Buch applldattona ol which not*
1 tea haa been given,   ah peraojua hav-
' lng buaineii with the Couri -3re
quired to attend ai the aaid time i ^^
e place.
illy   Oi'ilor,
W.  A.  l)INC\.\'.
qi s~* i City I'li'ik ,and Clerh or said Court.
OllOW   v^OFOSl v >v Wefltmlnater, Sep,t ill, 1907.
AND NOW
Wc hnve ndded completl
lines of CROCKtIRYWARE.
not freticy. but ju1:'!, good,
strong, plain everyday ware.
the kind that won't break
when looked at.
Thc most careful attention
given to phone orders. No.
276.. Prompt delivery our
motto.
|       Si&r\S and
I    Banners
REASONABLE CHARGES.
The Royal City
Sign Works
���/v, pF.CRAKE
Ix      I      I       I        Eng,,8h
AND SON
NOTICE TO BUILDERS
TENDERS will be received nii to
ineiin oi' September 88th fnr tln> bulld-
! ins or addition to Johnston'4 *'""���
a tore.
Plans .'mil apeoifloatlona may i��p
aeea ni oiiieo ni' c ii. clow, architect!
and ni Johnston'a ahoe atore
Lowflsl or any tender n<ii necessarily aooepted
C    H   CLOW,  Architect
30 SIXTH BTREBT               New Westmin     r, B-C, Elept 80, 1907.
Place your ordei    early,   and   avoid    ������
"���-���i,|:| "Iiiii|:         City Voters' List
Notice  is  hereby  given   that    the
XKff* lP*af tr*. I iir_p> Vn,''rK' l,ist''"'' th0 ^*ar i:"'7   ha3
VV C   Im U   \\.U .LilVv-.   i ,, completed, and that the aame
may be aeeu al t'lis office for thirty
diiys from the date hereof; and nny
person  who shall claim to be added
io the aaid Voters' List, or nny Bleo-
or Who shall    desire    to    have any
Yon   cnn   rely   upon    GETTING      nni1"' erased  therefrom, must pn
Tiiri   BEST  OP   EVERYTHING,      hi3 ��'' her requegt In writing, signe,i
Willi hia or her name, and shall deliver or cause same to lie delivered,
to the City Clerk within the time
hereinhefore  specified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Watchmaker ^yClerk
City Cleriiri office, City Hall,
New Westminster, Aug. 30, i��0V.
lini 'ei the aame time it is nei ea-
sary to know whai wo are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe %
Two  door* from   Geo. Adam*, Grocer -
Ladles'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double
f\ P* * -r-" Cl casc' $7'50 up>
/ *S ^  H��irt1,i. N.-4-1-/3/3 4-    ASent for the celebrated South Bend
JmtaJaJ JL  XUIll. M tlCC L [ Watches, supplied   to    the    Wellm
. Arctic Exnedition.    All warranted
Tl i f\*ff     'Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
filfiTlnOTlC   /1 ^CS    ' Wiltcl1   repairing;    charges   reason-,
500 Cord of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
Him.ii) |=rascr River Tannery
able.
Highest Cash Price Paid
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'���**%. PAGE FOUR
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
CLOVERDALE
SOUTH VANCOUVER
Close to cemetery  car line, one-fifth acre blocks are now tor sale
at   $325.00  per  block;   terms  $75-00 eash. balance in eishr (juarl
ly payments.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
been placed around his neck, and he
was hoisted off iiu-' ground, Jiut ne
was lowered again. Hi declared lie
knew nothing a;,<>ut Cdhen 3 poke.
The men still were in doubt, but ln-
listed he should leave ti"' country.
Latest advices are that Kenney heeded  the  warning.
VOLIVA   ABANDONS
REINS   OF   GOVERNMENT
i#*y
THE DAILY NEWS
warmed-over  candidate  is editor  re-
,. ,    ,  ,     ..     ,.  .,    ..        ,v .     peats stale canards and exploded roor-
Publlshed by the Daily News  Pub-  ' "
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their   l""'ks- 1)as prepared us  for a display
offices,   comer   of   Sixth   and   front | of that quality.
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
FRIDAY.  SEPT.  27,  1907
LAST NIGHT'S MEETING.
A   very   good  bouse    greeted     the
speakers lasi evening, and Mr. Borden
certainly bad  no reason to complain
thai   there   w.is   any want  of   respect
either  for   his  position    or   himself.
When  lie rose  to speak,  the  applause:
lasted  for  several  seconds, and   Mr.
ix'c. who filled the chair with ability
and grace, was quid, to take advantage  of  the   opportunity   to   call   for'
cheers, which wvw given wit.i hearti-l
ness, even it' their volume left some-
thing to lie desired.   So it was with i
the  applause.    A   large  part  of  the
audience -seemed to be silent.
As an Eastern paper shrewdly remarked the oilier day, it would be a
greal mistake to suppose that every
man who follows a political leader
bo a public mlfetlng will follow him to
tlie> polls. The bulk of the audience
last nighl was Liberal���/1 the auditorium, that Is, a large part of the
Conservative party had seats on the
platform���and that was the reason of
Ii does rather surprise us, however, that the Conservative party���notwithstanding tim difficulty as to candidates which we have mentioned.���
should have given itself away so
openly. The nomination ot"~lr. Tav-
lor means, of course, that ii has no
hope of ihe Conservative party gaining power at the next election. Tliat
i.s good sense, but it is hardly good
politics. Had it seen the slightest
chance of a Liberal defeat next year
it would of course have nominated a
man who would iie looked upon as a
real  candidate.
Chicago,    111.,    Se;it.    _!ti.���.Wilbur
Glenn Voliva, who successfully grasped   tlie reins of government of  Zion
[ City  from the hands  of John Alexan-
! der Dowie, and expected to reign in
I his  stead  after the  death of Dowie,
j last night announced before in,000 of
| his followers in that city that, he had
j given ti]) the fight there.    At the same
time  be  announced   that  he had  lost
j the options upon the land ln New Mexico, where he had expected to found a
1 new colony, bui  would  buy property
j adjacent   to Zion  City and  found  the
colony there.   He said that he had re-
l cei veil    formal   notice   from  John   C
Hanley,  the receiver of Zion CTTy,  to
��� vacate   the   premises,   which   he   had
1 used   as  offices,   and   the  publication
plant of his official  paper, within thirty days,    He saiel  that he would get
out and would not pay another dollar
to   the   receiver.       Voliva   was   bitter
against  Mr. Hanley, and branded his
treatment as persecution.   No explan-
' ation of how he lost the option on the
I lands in New .Mexico was vouched by
Voliva.
"A
MERE   BABY"   SENT
TO   THE  PENITENTIARY
MEN   STRUNG   UP   ON
REFUSING TO  CONFESS.
Valdez, Sept. 26���Trouble over the
mysterious disappearance of a 75000
poke, belonging to on
with others had been working on
Poorman Creek, almost led to the
lynching of Proprietor Keeney. of the
Lake Creek roadhouse on the Susitna
river. Cohen and liis friend., stopped
at tiie roadhouse on the way out, and
the poke was left carelessly on one
of the  shelves in   the   roadhouse.
Edmonton, Sept. 2b���Great indignation is expressed here by Ihe members of the R. N. W. M. Police and by
Cohen, who the wardens at the penitentiary with
regard 10 the case of Charlie Kurtz,
wlio has been brought to the penitentiary to serve a sentence of two years
imprisonment with hard labor for
theft. "A mere baby," they describe
him at the penitentiary, and although
his age is given at Letween twelve
and thirteen he does  not look a day-
Cohen   openly   accused  Kenney   of over eleven.
stealing it.    He made   his    case    sei      Kurtz was sentenced at Regina and
.    .      . , , strong with  miners in the roadhouse  the Province    of Saskatchewan    wiTT
a   certain  lack  ot     go  ;     that   chilly j t]]ai
feeling which   makes  itself fell   when'
speaker and audience are not in Sym-
pahy  wiili   each  oilier.
Although they could not reasonably
have, expected .anything else, the cool
ness  of    the   reception  afforded   the
new:.-, "hatched   local   candidate  must
Piano Exhibit
Por QUALITY
the Delta  laud cannot be  beaten    One acre of tela . [Ver
bottom land will  produce as much    as    three    acrei     |   ,.������,
gravel land.
Here is a piece of choice land at a bargain:
S acres, all cleared, in garden and pasture, 1.  miles from
this city, on the dyke road, 200 yards from Sunbury ,���      office
and boat landing, Vi mile from school, has a  live:....
in good repair, barn and chicken house, 2 cows and  I 1
good waterfrontage with  wharf building,    boat   and   a       gn
young  fruit  irees,  ;i  good  range  all  conn  octed.
Price  .   -   $2250
$1250 cash,  balance  in one   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 & SONS PIANOS
NORDHEIMER PIANOS
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS PIANOS
DOMINION   PIANOS
PALMER r*.\:<ios
Hale & Lane.
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone  335 P. O. Hox 26g|
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For Two Weeks
U Kenney was seized and threaten- have to  pay the Province of Alberta
ed  witii  death if he did  not produce I for his keep at the penitentiary here.
the  poke  immediately.    Kenney   pro- It would have been quite as easy ami
tested  his  innocence,  but  was  taken a  great   ileal  more humane  had  this
out  to a  tree  and  Informed  that  he unfortunate child been sent to a ref-
1 was about to cross the great divide, ormatory in the east, where Saskatch-
The men seized the rope which had ewan could still have paid for him.
W. M. Waitt & Co.
LIMITED.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER.
The oldest  Music  House in  B. C-
J. H. TODD,   Local Agent
160 acres of land on the Scott road, neai
this city; $30 per acre. You can buy ;i
part of this on good terms.
P. PEEBLES
Real
Estate
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Ph
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ADVERTISE l.\ THE DAILY NEWS
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have   been   like'   an   icicle   down
back to the delegates who were res-;
ponslble for him.    On such a special ,
occasion,  in  the  presence of ihe  Dominion   and    Provincial    leaders,    and
witli all tli" blushing honor., of 110:11-
!natlon fresh upon him, a popular man
would have evoked such a tempest of
''iiiiiiisi.isin from liis own  party thir
even bis opponents would  have been
swept into Impulsive and InvolufRary !
applause;  but as h was .
Shoes
ABOUT SPIDERS AND THINGS-
'The Bruce, we are told, in the dark
days when be was hunted as a "rebel," wees greatly encouraged bywatcn-
11.^ Uie persistenl 1 Soi: -, of a spider
a swing Itself Into a desired position.
Had in' lived in tin se da; 1, Scotland's
heroic king.could have found another
example of perseverance 1111 ler dif
Qcullles   in   iiu1  perslsti 11    efforts  m
.!. I). Taylor 1 list himself into the .
House of Commons ,1; Ottawa,    yesterday   In'   Slice eerie.1    for   the       C III 1
time   in   securing   the    Conservative
nomination as their candidate ior this
constituency   at   the   next   Dominion
election,   and   somewhere   aboul   this :
;Ime ie xl  5ear b i will don'.:le
I eai the remainder of the   ir igrami ie,
Then as now   he secured the nomination   e long w;e." ahea I.   The
has  its  advantages,  and,  as   he   11
covered in '04, its disadvantages also. I
.' i slble  candidates,  In  a community
like this, may He lil Iden ee- ll  ��    e,
nol   ihlnliin",   abou!   lhe   matter  and
nol   le. lng  tho ighl  of,  until  the elec
tlon actually  looms  up on  the  iiiur i
horizon; so thai Mr, Taylor bas shown |
discretion  in  so  manipulating things
as to gel safely Into the Baddle l,efoi ���
the other possibilities began to think
of  it.    Then   there  Is
tin
advantagi
oi enjoying (in anticipation)   the tri
umph of election by .1 tremendous
majority. Many people remember
how intensely Mr. Taylor enjoyed i:.
three years ago, as doubtle-es he will
again. Surely it. would be churlish
to grudge the poor man this innocent
pleasure'- The chill of the Inevitabli
disappointment will come ..oon enough. If be can keep warm In thi
meantime by hugging the fond delu- i
sion, what harm?
We have no record to tell us how ,
often  Bruce's   spider  failed,  and   we
have no seer's vision capable of looking into the mists of the dim future |
to find how often our���we mean  Mr. i
Taylor���will   try.    We  say  "try"   not
"fail," because  it   sounds   more  cheer- j
ful and  friendly and  amounts to the
name  thins  in   the  end.      After   all, !
though, one   cannol   but   admire   tne l
quality   of   dogged   persistence;
tioes   il   surprise   US,  since  the   <
way in which Hi" pari"' of which
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We invite women with the fall and
winter shoe problem confronting them
to call and see our excellent lines. We
want every woman to know the ex-
. cellence and superiority of our shoes.
We ve distinctive styles in great variety���the best we can secure and the
whole shoe market is at our call.
Some of the Shoes
We Recommend
Our leader and best line is the John
H. Cross Shoe, an American made
shoe, built on the season's newest
styles���all leathers and sizes���widths
School Books
SUPPLIES!
FULL STOCK
AT
ML
MOREY'Sl
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   .inc.   Exi   I
citic   Book*  are
Pine
Extra!     Special !|
30   DAYS  ONLY
SUITS MADE TO ORDERl
$15.OO    UPI
Best of Trimming.
Workmanship.    Cul l
M. LANGTRY, Up-to-date Tail
247 rron!
from AA to EE. Our ladies' "Walk-over" is another of
our best makes. For $3, $3.50 and $4.50 American shoes
-we specially recommend our ''Johnson Bros.''--They are
they best shoes for the price that money can buy. We
carry a great big range of these.
nor
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Johnston's Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot       New Westminster
"Johnston Bros."
$3.50 American
Shoe, Vici anj
Gun   Metal leath-
YOU   REQUIRE A
new sun
Come over and see oar
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWARl
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
BELL, INGLES & CO
Proprietor.-
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURr^'lTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
ti��l '-!l
Stree
Nmrtrr��*.��n"' 1907
THE   DAILY  NEWS. '
pack m'fs.
he Cash Stores
ANDSOME GARMENTS
The balance of our German Coats now in stock
Ind several numbers from our makers arriving dur-
L the past week bring our range of styles double
Lt of any previous season. To describe the styles
K our 500 new coats would be out of the question,
fou will come and see them.
An Opportunity to Buy
SILK OR LACE WAISTS
I a  nit half regular price.   The overmakes of Toronto'? largest waist factory.
}.   | on the spot at the right time, this big lot was quickly snapped up, for New
j^esl funster's Big Bargain Store can handle a quantity that would stagger most
lyers.   The quality and price are our first consideration.
40 Black Taffeta Waists
lilor made; many very new styles and all sizes in the lot from 34 to 11. worth
up to $6 and $7: chi lice today  $4.50
90 Jap Silk Waists
'.. te or black fronts: beautifully embroidered, all sizes, regular $,5.50 to $(150.
Choice today $3.75
50 Lace   Waists
lilk lined; white, black or cream,  all sizes,  regular ST and $8.     Your choice
today $4.50
100 or More Bengaline Waists
id several dozen velvets in colors of navy, tyown, green, cream and black; all
sizes, sold regular at $5 and $6.   Your choice $2.75
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New Curtain Muslins, new Madras Muslins, great sale of Shootings, Table
I    15, Blankets, Pillows and Quilts.    You can save money on any of the above
pes by making your purchasers at the CASH STORK.
267-261 Columbia Street, New Westminster B. C.
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Port Hammond  !
��� ��� excellent land, situate on Fraser river Inside I'm
j ke.
. > ise, nine acres cleared for crop, 10 acre i ������ 11 a
���    ildi r   bottom   land.    Onlj   $75.00 an  acre
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RESIDENT AGENTS. !
'5rman American Fere Ins. Co. and Empire Accident and Surety Co. J
Pif Annandale's Grocery, corner of McKenzee and Columbia Sts. ��
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PRINTING
' i , ,i   you    ;��� -ei' ri . done ill
own  lij     ie loi .il  lern
ll        ule.  ]>rin' ��� l
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY  NEWS BLOCK.
$10.00 Per Acre^
160 Acres in Langley
S0ME   GOOD   TIMBER THIS   IS   THE   CHEAPEST   1-4
SECTION ON THE MARKET.       GOOD    TERMS       EN
QUIRE   AT   ONCE
15
TO THE DOZEN
Real Pictures
Present   this Advertisement
at Studio to  Benefit      :
ROYAL STUDIO
Under new management, Ctinnlngh&tn
Block,
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
I77*8 farm Land Specialist*,
New Westminster
Ladies'
Hairdressing
Parlors
STILLMAN'S FRECKLE CREAM
GUARANTEED CURE FOR
FRECKLES AND TAN.
Oyer Welsh's Store, Columbia
SL Entrance: Sixth S?., opp. P.O.
Dr. T.  i-i.   Levey,  tiff..      Cn
club building, Columhla street.
The funeral ol Mm  David >���-'-
tooli   place   yesterdaj noo
niiiiii'i-'!   ..I   mourm owing
the coffin   to  the  _ R       j. S
I       ��� rson offlolated.
Cl i'    ������' ������ . ncihi   ConstaW     g .-., i
Hub Mrs. > .������ n are i ������������������.   ���   ,   ������
In X ��  Westminstej todaj front Win-
i  where thej have been  .
Mends [ ���   several weeks
The Rev. .1. s  Henderson  preS
e.r the New Westn itusti ,    .. ���...-.-. oinl
aoc impanted by C   A, Welsh   of the
execul -e    v      meet the  Tc iiinsetts
el   u'r-. i minster Junction    tomo i v.
���    I them to the ctt:
8   fl    Bodli ���    ;,.--'. he Mu
- -.   Lift   Insurance comp ni;
well  known rifle shot,       a       ��� * nl
ejoicii 'amily
o. a -      ghter.
Fe-er cul  flowi   - ���    or fun
eral  ...    -.n!   telephone  T    Davti     H
Sun. v.     - ���������
A lady's um'.-,'<  ., which wa    ���
on  i ��� ..   had  by
ng to Chii e of Pi        M    itosh.
I e  gi\'e-n to the own ������
Hi ation.
Tin ; tanking ���     I ra street
i   was remov< i > i ���������������   ia   th or-
acilltate the filling In o!
:,. ;,.',.' .      :, -   OOd.
The work  will  be  completed  in the
course of the next four ���
A lai ge numl i   of ce tnmercial -  i ���
ellei - are In tl wee!   their
Inti ni.. ti  being ;<i si e thi	
before fair week, as ih<-v       ���
past e>    ��� ience that the; no pos
.    . ;.-.  ol securing ordi   - during
the l��is-\  five .lay?.
J, B, Kennedj. M. P. will -'. _5V<
lectui ���   this evi tilng in Knos  i
8a    ��� on thi   Bub ieel     _ I ip
ilie- old countr;        M     Kenned;   r<
turni I  ver; nti;   ''rum an extern
ed ti ip through ' i jland an l 8i otl in 1
and lherefor<  should be ��� fition
to give an ate die ��� :   ���
.,-. \     ��� ild 1 ind.
Ml -.   COOU    IS      ',   mbr, 1    I  '   Bli 1
; her  new      ���      ���     :-   th
i. ;     pon !   '11' ���
10th, w here   shi   win coi
an  mt,   up-to-dat     ;-e   i * < :     '   - ���   '
I She Intends to have an oa   ntal
opening   b;   b:,\ In i  ati   on hesl a   In;
attendance during fair ����� ���'.
Three steers have been " ' :'
wild aci >b i the i Iver foi the i'���-'
ee. '. oi a i The animals ' eloti \ to
Mr. Gaudin, a butcher, and are i :
nl ti i" e.i ���' ��� i - hii i ��� i ��� ' it j
��� -.,,��� fi en were rei aptured ihoi l I;
attar they gol clear from theli fatten
lng quarte)
60 acres tn Burnaby, close to Van
i mver   car line,   ?.|"''i pi r   n re;  1 I
cash, balance M 7 per cenl     White,
Shtlea 6 Co.
Ipeqial  i hll In ���-' - sei vices   vill  be
held in the eit.i Pn ih tei lan i iui hi
on   Bunday,   thai   Babbath   being  ob-1
.  ,,ii   a e children's  daj   throughoul
tl,,.      in.,,.;- ...I      b;       Presliyti  11 ���
11, ,iri,,...    Special services an '   fti
lng will in' rendered, while al --^   "m
arews cliiiii'li tin   e hlldren "": be :"
,,���,������.,in..ei ������ i'i.   ii ���' i iii the centre
of the  auditorium
10 acres choice land partlj i leaved
up, mui in ' rop; ��� os - i i ""���" I i""i-''.
barn and Bheds; onlj l I ' miles
I,nk from river; near Langley $1500.
v ,bot1 �� Hyde, nexl Qulchon hotal,
New Westmlnstei, B  C
The  li ii  of civil  ��� ' bich  w
 ,.. i.e tore i'1*' asshse i ourl ��� ommen
, lng 6ot, 1, ii not yel complete bul
It is practical)} certain thai th re will
j be nt l<Mri lull' ii dozen ci les Qp foi
trial. The suit tor ilii!iin,-"s instituted
ley runner proprietor Hughes ol the j
Lyttofl hotel agf-lnsl Mayor Keary (or
alleged Injurious statements ooftcern
ing the Lytton hotel, will come up to*
trial. .' D, Kennedy will ftol fur Hi��
l.hiintiff   nml   W.   Q,   McQnnrrrip   fur
ti," defendant.
The   Kainiionii     Stock     cfmijuniy   is
again without a manager, lUohard T.
Love, who took charge of the aggregation only  a   few  days  ago,  luiviiri
fl icided  to sever his connection with
Miss  Marjorie Rambeau anel her supporters.   The secession of Mr. Love is
the result of a difference of opinion |
between  himself   and Miss   Ramflean
concerning the   authority   Which   was;
vested in him  as manager, the dis*
leipiinn following  the  performance of i
thei   "Little   Johnny   Jones"   compan;. |
on   Wednesday evening.    There is '������
strong   possibility  that   the  company'
may be dial andod within the next ��< s
2 ���    '..
Th'   i   be ie   clnh will hom a sn ���"
lng  concerl  wilhin ���% r'ew   fia\> after
the close of the P exhibition,
this having been dei ��� eeting
oi' the club nml Liberal associa oi
lieui in thi clnbrooms on Wednesda;
evening, ii wa- also decided thai a
buslnesi meeting of the club will he
held or, ihf lasl Satarda; o1 the
month in the future
A football meeting win be held to
nighl   at   the  Carre-- -e-aiy.    Tm-
.   anl   business    will  be  discussed
and  every  one in th^  Cit}   Infere
in  football, whether members Oi
Is oovdially invited to attend.   T W
nd  Miss Carmlch-
aei. of Toronto, whi   arr ������   Pues
flaj the B       and   are on
the      - to   Vlin.   B.   0.,   to  take
ohar_- hoi .'i'e    thl '������
y^esterdaj it, \>w Westmimrter, in
������ ��� ���'���'.' �� I ri ���- W. S. Taylor, Misi
Surgess and Mr Lnmsden oi V*n
conver. Thej wen all guests of Mrs.
'i \ Mulr for lunch. Mis= McTavtah
and Miss Cam cbael will leave ter
��� '��� ���   north this �����
BIRTH.
BODLEY���On Sept. 88, in New Weil
minster, ihe wire of s. W. Bodley
of 'i daughter.
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FOR
iFURNITURE
Carpets.   Linoleums.   Oilcloths. Window Shades. Pictures and
Picture Frames. Go Carts.     Lace   Curtains.   Portiers.   Uphols
tering. Cabinet Work. Sheets.   Pillow   Cases. Blankets.
It will   pay  you to try
Etc
x John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium |;
DUPONT BLOCK
TEL.   73
COLUMBIA   STREET
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rhe      it ���  ��� irii garment In a m m's
��� ���   ��� i - his Rain Coat.
Othi     garments  admit  of substitution, but  nothing cm take I
i the Rain Coat
No matter how  well ofl   you ive In
���>.  coats
Your   Wardrobe   is   Incomplete  Without a Rain Coat
- course   you  want ���-���,������.     ���
i ���-
- -.  .   the;    afi    ;-     ill   I ite three-
��� ie i  the   full length   -' ]'
; ' .... ,,:,.   , : ��� :,    .' .   i   \\-.��� ���-������
' elohi Cove Is   _aofl Vicunas and
th ��� aded   Thibet -.   all   rain-
-i and gu u ."���. " :
Prices $12.50, $16. $18 lo $26
iin.- a care In bu. ina a Rainco il.
r,,:   - pi ot one Is the m isl Uh sat Is
I  >    and I l looking garment on earth
i ��� me h< re to make joui selection
ind you'll   e taking no chan
H. L. DeBeck
CLOTHES AND TOGGERY.
Oppcsite.    P    O,   New    Westminster
^zwzy*\'zrTziK&jmm*^y-&���^
I    Him
Of  the  k:nds of  insurance  I  write:
WORKMEN'S  COMPENSATION
EMPLOYER'S  LIABILITY
PLATE  GLASS
ALL   ILLNESS
AUTOMOBILE
ENDOWMENT
LIVE  STOCK
GUARANTEE
PERSONAL
ACCIDENT
JUVENILE
FIDELITY
ANNUITY
DISEASE
MARINE
SURETY
LIFE
FIRE
ETC.
ETC.
And mv rates are always the best.
If you want any kind of Insurance
let me quote you a rate. Phone,
call or write.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
ri. PAGE SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
The Fofiidation of
Every "Progress" Coat
-.':-.   e.n 1   shape,   and
'I'rojtress Brand" Cent,
Tho ._.��� . d
wear, toi ��� ���ot
depend on the- ] irt  you   never see���
the i n s ::���:���:.
This figure shows the anatomy ef
"Progress Urand" v'e>a'.s. The patent
sleeve and she ri-ie-r pads���the strong
fell, genuine hair-cloth and thoroughly
shrunken canvas. This foundation is
moulded by hand ami held by band
stitches.
It  is this  perfect  building of the
foundation, that gives perfection to the
fin ished   " Progress
Brand" garment.
" Progress Brand "
Suits and Overcoats
prove that they are
made ri.i_.lit. by the
wear they give,
LABOR IS BLAMED McQUMlUl E
FORDFATHflF RealEstateBrokers !nsurance A-ents  iila d ' ^
fLSTEhlJi, CONSTRUCTION!
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SHOEOLOGY
AT THE OLD COUNTRY BOOT STORE
Ladies' Fine Shoes from $2-50 up; Ladles' Strong Shoes from $2 up;
Gents' Fine Shoes from $2-75 up; Gents' Strong Working Shoes
from $250 up;   Boys' and Girls' School Boots, $150 to $275-
SPECIAL���Ask  to  see the  Dick  Waterproof   Boots,    in   Ladies',
Gents' and  Boys'.   NOTE���You  can  dispense    with    rubbers    when
4     wearing the Dick Shoe.    Sole Agency:
The Old Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia St. |
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J.   STEWART,    Proprietor
'i'e ronto, S pt. 26.���That the govern-
nn nts, both provincial and Dominion,
f.ar the Labor party's vote was the
opinion expn ased at the meeting ol
the pai liami ntary committee of the
Canadian Manufacturers' association
3 esti 'day. The manufacturers lay th
who e lame for the derth of skilled
svorkm n amongst the British Immigrants at the doors of the government
and the Labor party. .Many were I i
. ��� ite i i marks, ivben It was polnte I
oul :-,\ the committee's report that the
ov< rnmenl coul l offi r little help d r
l b i situation.
'; i paj ��� ommissl n ror bi Inging
oul lal - e ers and to r. fuse to pay It
[or bringing out artisans would In li
cate that In the opinion of the go: -
ie. ui Cue man who digs ;i ditch "���
i l ianada than the man
who I uilds a house," sai 1 Secretai y
Rogers.
T.   J.   Thorne  of  Toronto Bald  '.
vie v.-  taken   by  the government   was
that the taxpayers' money should not
be usi I   i-e  bring out   men   who will
coripete  with   them  in  their   trades.
The solution seems to be for neither
iarty to d pend on the Labor vott  t>
election,   he ' said.    "Statistics   show
that   thi re  an   only  50,0 I   organlzi ���!
labor men in Canada, and that con
quently the vote is not of much confidence," he added.
'Mr. Thorne then reminded the a-
ciation of how the Trades and Labor
convention at Winnipeg censured the
Canadian .Manufacturers' association
for appointing the notorious Louis
Leopold as its London agent. "Their
Intention evidently is to restrict Incoming skilled artisans to compete
with them.���
PRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    PhOBB 333 FRONT   :   ,.
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NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
] Sapperton,   $1600;    half
cash, balance terms.
p. i aci s, less 3% for new railway,      Full
���f, ...:.ri;   i. Bee. li; all bottom land,   of  I
un :, :- lil -   ������ tor dairy farm;   rfvenues,
l0  ,    .     ,--. ier- Iralni I,    ditched  al) \ $400;  hal
need an     i and tfcroui b      ,  Ll.
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,,.;.-:> :    ii room b   - e;    barn y->-by   i:.... gtri   .
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sull '      ' ���
it  :; 0 head of
2 rii.
('. room house on Hamilton street, 8tock. :" ��� " ;*^'j;)0:  terms one-third
all   mi lern  improvements.    One   tot | ca      : ;  -      dt purcl    er.   One mile  '
from car line; lot 60x132. Price $1400, ......    ..:   line. '"' ' :,;
$$00  c sh, balance  In  monthly  pay
ments
Lol
B,     bi twei :i     Mrs.   an,.��� , .,
iu.2 irda an I Thorns m house, C
8 room house, all modern Improve     ^     ; _.. ...    , 600
77.58   ���
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mi ;.:.;. full sized lot, Sherwood street, I loughed an
Sapperton.   Price $2700.   $1000 cash,      160 ACRES abouttwo miles^ from j E. % Sei $75 pjr ^^
I
.lance on time.
3J/i  acres laud next to  Royal Oak
has   been   cultivated,    not a
tump on lt, now In grass, 28 bearing  fruit trees, all  kind:;,   sufficienl      1% ACRES, BlocU
lumber  to build good  large barn, &-   Lot  8;  a uth Bid.
160 ACRES about   two  miles  trom i;   & Sect. ",
Alderg  station,  30  a i        l< ired ,.;,.!,, ,.,,   -
and partly fenci A, --   l  bo ise,  barn month .
and staid...   Price $16 per acre; $1760     7 . , .... .   ,.
cash, balance to be arranged , Hi
l   be. i clean
house, 175 i���!.
of the rivi r, m ar   Drice $^00,    ;
room nouse and barn and large chick    bridge.    $..00,   hall      sh.
,-.,-, '��� A( '������   ���'
i'ii   house   for  about    250   chickens;      ���   r nTq   i-.-.-e-..   >-  \y   corner  of  1
good well;  near to school and tram;   ,,,.,_ s.,.., ,   ,,���,,   sti Andr ������,���.    pr| .-
all fenced.   Price $3500-. Terms .?!,">|HI j1050. ]Klp-,--,s!i.
eash, $1000 in  April and $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash.
and   Bi uni Ue 1
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roomed  bo .
l! lots ou 8th .St. betwi   ���    " h and   kitchen and thn J
1 Cth Ave. on east Bide; full   ie:"!. ��� -������''���   ed;  consen . . 10 feetl
1 Lot 66x132 ft., S. U> of 8, lane at   132, Xos   ,, ,U1[, 12i     Prjw) ^000 for  heated by pi]
15   bearing fru .. 1
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue.    Price L^ ha,f .,..,,._ ,
$1250;  half cash, bal. 6 months.
i lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 25 and
30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half cash, half six months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot  20,  block    li  facing    English |
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon ��� ri.....--..-<..-
street;  price $GD0.
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160 acres less right of way ahout 8
acres for railway;   25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 1 1x28
and lean too 10x22;   barn 30x32 an i
1
Block, corner cf Aiich-
iand & Uth St and Koyal Ave,, almost an acre.
$2,500
1C0 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two iots ou 18th street, he
tween Tth and Sth avenues.
Merrival
houses corner or
anil I
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j Voting Contestj
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Delmas Again.
Chicago, Sept. 25���Delhpin M. Delmas of San Francisco spent today in
Chicago on his way to New York,
where he will consul; with Harry
Thaw regardin;; his new trial. Mr.
Dei mas said he would participate in
the defense of Thaw In his new trial.
He said that there was nothing of
Interest to say now excepting that
ihe. trial would be conducted with all
iii" ability known to Eastern counsel
and from every known legal standpoint.
lean  too 32x11;   granary  10x10;   two Agnes;  full sized lot;    city block 31,
.... ,      *   ... lot li:    one bouse rents for $25, the
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon o|,f(ir $]0.   |Ulsh  eloBets  ....,   ..,, ,.���.,.
shed  20x30;  small milk house, small uected    with    sewers.      Price $3,500.
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 hearing Cash $2,000,   balance In 6,  12 and IS
fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price months at 7 %.
J6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 24, lot 9, $1000 each.
Lots   14   and   15 of  1  of 0    (ef     4
(cleared.)    Price $500; for the two, 1-2
stock readj to .  ,,;, j
."1 acres < b an 1 tlmkr o_l
malning acre;     ll fen   .
from school.   Price $3OC0; hai! c
bal. in ij months at 7 pe: cen
1   Lot   ��� .   |
$800  cash.
3 LOTS, 5, 6 & 7, I I
cleared, upper .ride 1 I Bth Ai _.<������
tween 1st and 2nd -f
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots fl S .-I
6th Avenue on south si;. N- 'I
07 & 38, full size. Price $HG0fir|
four, or $300 each; balf -
Double tenement hous Itii
1st and 2nd St.;   1  . il
cash half and half In 6 monthiiB
Rents for $10 each tenant
40 acres u section 11, N. '_ of]
of Tu. 2, about 3 miles Ei        .:���!
Haworth road, Surrey;   house ll
1 Vi store* house, .; 1   ims liiribey
rev,!   other 2 can be addi I upstair.
'' '' shack;  IU   acres  clea ed
cash, balance 0 mouths at
Lot It on Sherbrook stre t of 11 of with clover, red; fairly 1
0 _.i__���,_ 1    ��,.!������ e<>7t.. 1 ������ ,-, 1,  1-,i    ()np mile from  shingle mill
3, cleared.    Puce $275,   1-2        1, bal-  $1i200;_   .,,,;.;;   _
months at
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS ELEGANT LIBRARY INCLUDING 125 VOLUMES AND
HANDSOME CASH WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THF LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER SECURING THE LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES IN THE FOLLOWING   MANNER:
The merchants listed below will give with each 10c cash purchase one vote.
The contest began Aug. 2:1 rd, 1907, and will close Jan. 23rd,
1908, at 7 p. m.
A ballot box is placed In D. S. Curtis & Co's drug store, where
votes are to be deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having received the largest number of votes will he awarded the
library.
Current  accounts  when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by trading wdth the firms listed  below.
Library is on exhibition at W. E. Fales' furniture store.
I). S. Curtis will count the votes.
6 LOTS FACING ith 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 G, 12,
IS, 24,  30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
ance, G months at 7 per cent
Six lots, 60x150, outsl le
$60  each   lot.     Fuller   pari
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
I).   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   Hawcis,     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
Voteei   by
For one  year's subscription   paid in advance, $-l.no,  we. giv
200 votes; six months, $2.00. 100 votes.
often wonder why the hoy or girl
is so backward at school���and
naturally fee 1 disappointed that
the child is so dull; then, too, the
loved one is subject to harsher treatment at school because he or she
seems so stupid- It may be the fault
of the child, or it may be the child
h:is defective eyesight and i.s therefore at a disadvantage because the
sight is not normal. What we want
to say to the mother is: Send your
child to us. \\V will have our optician examine and tesl the eyes io see
if the poor sight can nol : e Improved
by the use of glasses. We wil] be
honest with you and the child. If
glasses aro nol needed, we will tell
you so. The examination and testing
v. ill not cost you a cent. We have
the appliances tor testing and correcting all kinds of poor sight, and
can supply glasses ai your own price.
Our charge's are aboul. half what some
others charge. Our optical department 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.
House and cottage on Columbia st,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
27'ri acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to hear;
new house, V/3 storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses,   in   good  order;     some   acres
Um'ts      Westerly 4,  11  of 63, S   ,
ers  on  132x132 corner 100 fei I ��� ,
houses drawing $28 per m nth,
$5,000, half cash, balan. ���
nionths.
j Centrally located in a commmanding     K|(J gE   ^ of gecy0I1 -      1
situation;   Third   avenue, at   foot  of  10 acres.partly cleared; Kai
j Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey  running through; good 1
I house.   Ten rooms (recently papered)   nor,}h   ''���   Webster's corner;
I    .       ,                  .              '               mill an 1 P.O. at the we si ���       I
All  modern  conveniences;     hot   and   |lCT ���-,,.���,),   .7 per  I
cold   water,   bath,   flush   closet,  lava-  4  miles
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot
Porl
$2,100; terms $1,100 I
66x132, with lane in rear;  part of lot   ranSed-
Large lot and  two -  tta      ^1
lumbia street, Sapperton.  Both IW
set out with fruit trees.    Price $2,75ri
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
1G0 acres on the Sen" road, 15 acres at *10 each-
cleared;   barn 50 x 30;   stables, etc.;      one and one-half storey House 1
splendid soil; only $30 \,< r acre, $1,000   full   gize lot,  situated nortii f!ie|
cash, balance easy. ' RoyaI avemie' aml ������������������ 0( Mcfflj
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes, j part of lot. 369, joins Lake Commur,' Btreet; 9 rooms; bath room, h""
Water from nearby spring. Balance about 70 acres, only $25 per acre : cold water, closet; woodshed; Ifl
of    property   easily   cleared.     Price j Half cash.   Jump. bearlg   fruit trees;   streets on IH
$4,700;      $2,100 cash, halance C \    7 Iots Nos. gl to 8g ���,d ,,-, ,,,, fa(..,s j aides;   fine  view.    Price $1,800. ��|
and 12 months. j on 8th avenu6j uoxt t() Quum ^^   cash.
This property is only \b mile from 1 4 lots cleared without a stump; small1    Lot facing 2nd St., between Qaea|
tram  line.    Over two hundred  chick- ; house,   chicken    house,     170    choice  and 3rd Ave., second lot from Qi��
ens and ducks could be sold with the j chickens; horse and  rig;   $1500 cash., Ave->"    52x122 feet; all cl<   '
property at a snap.
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alongside  nnd  back.     Price  V.'
half cash, balance easy at "
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.
���mmm��� samsmaasmsMassaaasmasaaaassaaassaaaMasm
Subdivision of lot 46, block (i, comprising some of the finest, residential
sites ln the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent, property is
situated on the comers of Fourth a venue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
ln all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue sin I
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 62 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and Inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. ;i2. Timber, flr, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17. 18, 10, 20, 21, face on IGth
street and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, cash.    Single lots at cash.
/
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Prii e
$500 tor three or $17,", each;   1-2 cash
I balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, be.
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all ��� leared, $1,200, $800 cash      , ' cnn  ,mi,"e  lllls. f'"n''
Acre.,i'ii. on Vancouver road, .. nei
of Gilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acre
age is selling fast ai this price.
No. 308.���8-roomed House,  with  bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; K
eash, balance 3 and 0 mos. al 7 ri."
N'o. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of 6th an.i Ague's Si.
Price $4,00C; terms V-, caah, balance
b> and C months at 7 %.
No.   310.���-9-roomed   House   and   bath
room,   Agnes  St.   $3,000;   K   cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %,
-N'o.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   bath
room, Agnes St.      Price $2,500;   %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %,
100 acres,  Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
'���hard, %  acre  strawberries   planted
this year; abler bottom land; running
spring;   house 18 x 22;   frame barn 30
x 82;   14-post  frame house and  co*
stables, three in all, ..table 8 cows and
2 span horses; near^Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    at.    hand;
steamer lamls twice a day; about 100
acres timher, flr and cedar, never been
logged;   $2,000   refused   for   standing
timber
lfiO acres Improved land, buiKw
and sheds complete, near Cloverdfli
all  under cultivation. $15,000.  HI
lis I
bargain; terms can be arranged
tJTFor the above tour
special price ivi!'. ' e n '
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., bet*
and 5th Ave ; 2 single and 1 ''^J
bedrooms upstairs, and l';i:;' r'v!
down stairs; parlor, dining room
chen and pantry. Pull Blzed lot J
ning bach  to Ash St.    Price P
$1,500 cash, balance al $-' ���,>r} \
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth a����1
north side between First n1"1. %)
streets, No. 6, 6 and 7. friM '
each or $1100 for the three,
Full sized lot, nortb side of ""1
llton street between Sixth ni"1 u""
streets; $225.
28  acres on   Mara  rond, Bnj����L
$160 an acre   FOR   A   FEW    ��� |
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,  ^w
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street
Price $z����
side of 4th avenue.
side
gouty
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house made of hewed timber Uld in cash, bal. 6. 12 and 18 months
����rtM.   12 x 80.    A chance of a life-' ,,  ,5 13,1
time. $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at fi  - \ '"'s <'" ���h S^'aBO &l1
per cent. Sub, 15, S. Blk, 13.     *������"" _,
fash, balance 0 months at 7 ,<������ lv. ��-
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O'Connor of New  Westminster,  B.C. 1:,. Cotamssciiig a: s post planted
pation                . ier, Intends w ^ diains vest tad  ;    chaina eoati
... tli        11 eases <   er ...   .i_e  s utthwest  corner ol  Tlai
iaad8, alta- [cense 1          thi nce south 40. haias
���'    ��� IB       ���' ���      8iT-    .he.:  ���    ��� ttalBS, ri.  uv   DOrth
-.   Ne*   \\ i a ���;; nster   Lan i   ;    i   iins, thence west 160 di .us to
Range 2. point   i amenoement,  sad    i m-
1. Commem las it a posi    ....    | at   talaiaa   I I s res mora or li ts.
-���-���       aer oi Timher Li- H. ti. O'COKNOR.
-���   11,508, thence west 40 chrins.     16. Commencing at a post planted
ihence north $0 chains, thence eas: $0 chaina west aud 80 chaina Booth
120    . . ns, thence soma 40 chains, 0f the  Bouthwest  ooraer of   rimber
thence west so chains, thenee south License    11,509,    thence    Bouth    so
to chains to lioint of commencement, chains, thence east SO chains. ... nce
and     ataining 61   acres more or less, north 80  chains,    thi nee    -.vest    80
ll. M. O'CONNOR. ehains  to   point of    commencement,
2. Commencing  at  a  post  planted and    c mtaining   640 acres  more or
10 chains west ol ihe southwest cor- less.
ner of Timbei' License 11,508, thenoe h. m   O'CONNOR.
chains, thence s iuth 80 i hains      i:  Commencln�� al  a post    lanted
thence  west 80 chains, thence north   .., chaiaH  vm{  ^  Sll chjaiM ^y,
is to point ot commencement.! of o,,   southwest corner ot    Timher
'     staining    640  acres   more  or  Ucente    U609    thl.n,0    M ..,,    80
chains, thence wist so chains thenci
H. ri. O'CONNOR.      nortj, jo chains, thence easl SO chaina
mmencing  at  a  post   planted  Ul .���,... of commencement, and oon.
ilns wesi ot the  Bouthwest cor-   t;liu_,.. 640 acrM mon ���.. k.^
o: Timber Ll 11,508, thence 1(   u   O'CONNOR
��� ith  50  chains,    thence    west    86|    ,- ��� ,
... ,   . ri   Commencing at  a   post  planted
hains, thi nc<  n rth SO i hain   I . nce   ,        . .    ,   . .
.   ,   . . '.'i" chains west and SO chains south
east SO chains I        at nce-     .   . . .    .,.    ,
of tiie Bouthwest corner ot    rimber
��� ��� .'i. I co 640 ... r<.- more  , . ,,..,,
License 11,509, thence north SOcaalns
or less.
them.- wesl  SO chains, then     south
H. M. OCi (NN IR.      M    ...      ,.
80  chains, tlience  eas;   SO   chains  to
4. C ��� ing   al   a   post   planted   -���iul   .,,  oommencement,   and    con-
' "��� tbe  ""��� "������������   ' cor"   tainlng ri - acres more or less,
a r ofTim er  License  11.50S, thence i(   y   O'CONNOR.
north    s i    chains,    thenc     a   si   SO      ,,.    .
.   .       , , 19.       nn ��� ncing at a  i osi   i lanu d
chnins, th     ��� i SO cl iin . tl ence   , . ,   .   . , . ,   ,   . ,.
Idi' chains west ami SO chaina south
I SO chaina to point i        . ..- nce-     . , . ���,.   .
of  th .' ..v.' il   c irn ir ol   l Imber
ment,     id con aining 640 a rea more   , . ,,-���._,
License 11,509, thence Bouth SO chains
thenc..  west m1 chains, thence norih
80 chains,   thence east 80 chains to
5  Commencing   at  a  pos;   planted  ,���,;,,. ,,.- commencement, and oontain-
160  chains  north of    the  no thwest  [ng 640 acres more or loss.
corner   of    Timbei   Lie ase     11,508, a   y\   O'CONNOR.
'    "'  '   ; enci   south      20  commenclng'at  a post  planted
50 chains,    thence    wesi   i- caains.  240 chaina .vos, ..���,, Vl chaina so,���u
thence south 40 chains, thence east ot  the 50Uthwest   corner  of  Timber
80 chains, thence norih 120 chains to License 11,509, thenc.' north SO chains
ilnt ol    oi   i   ncement, and contain- thence wesl   80 chains, thence south
i:i= G40 acres "" ;" '���!��� '������ ��� SO chains, thence east  80 chains to
i:- 1|'- (l   ONNOR. point of commencement, and contaln-
6, Commencing   at   a   post   planted lng 640 aces more or less.
U i chains norlh of    the    northwest H. M. O'CONNOR,
er of Timber Lie. use 11,o0S. 21. Commencing at a posl planted
��� ien e easl si chains, thenc south 240 chains west and xi chains south
10 chains, thence west 10 chains, of the southwest comer of Timber |
thence south SO chains, thence west License 11,509, thence south vl chains
i'i chains, thence north 120 ciiains tot thence wesl 80 chains, thence north
point of commencem nt, and con-180 chains, thence east 80 chains to
ining 640 iu :���    mor i or less, | poini of commencement, and contain-
;;. M. O'C iNNOR.      Ing iri'1 acres more or less.
7. Commencing  al   a   post   planted "��� ^- O'CONNOR.
Prunes for Preserving
400 crates:  MUST be sold
Get your orders  in early!
per crate   25c.    per crate
T. S. ANNANDALE ��
A Good One
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light, Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
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Ltd.
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS   OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts anil pay interest four times
' m on Savings Hank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
; ��� l chains noi th ot iiu- northwe >t
corner of Timl er Lie enBe I'. ' OS,
iii.-nce. norih 80 chains, thence west
SO ch lins, thi ;.e ��� south SO chains,
thence i asl 80 cliains to ; ilnt ot
commenc i ment, and containing G
. i   i more or less.
li. M. O'CONNOR.
S, Commencing at a p >i planted
160 chains north ot the n rthwest
corner en' Timher License U.50S,
:! :i.,. north 80 cliains. theni ��������� t a.-*
SO chains, thence south SO cnains,
thence wi sl SO chains to point of
commencement, and containing 610
acre s more or le ss,
11. M. O'CONNOR.
'e. Commencing al a po I plante i
240 i hains noi h ot the noi thwesi
i -;. ;- oJ Timber License iiri'1s..
north 80 ohalns, thi ni e wi s
-.a (hains, thence south 80 ch in
tlience i asl SO chain to ] nt i i ommencement, and containing C40 ai ri ���
nun'.' or i. ss.
ri. M. O'CONNOR.
1 e. Commem Ing al n : ������������ '. \ lautcjd
: io chain i north o�� the n irthwesi
��� cner of Tim' - r LIcens ��� I L.508,
. ;,, e north SI ,-b iin i, thence < asi
SO chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence wi st I 0 i hains to ;��Int ol
coin nenci rn I au I conthining vi ���
I acn ee more or ie
il. ri- O'C iNNOR.
11. Commem In . il n post planted
210 ch Ina north an I .0 > lain ��� wesl
ol the 'i��� ^li*^" i sl i". ��� of Tim er
! ,,,-.:..,. i i,508,tbence Bouth SO chains,
theni e wesl 80 i halns, theuce north
mi , halns,   ihe nce easl S i chaina to
22. Commencing at a post planted
ll." chains easi and 20 chaina smith
of tne si uth end of Goose Hay In Rivers Inlet, thenee north 81 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south
,|e 80 chains, thence >vis; ^" chains to
point of commencement, and containing 611* acres more or loss.
11.  M   O'CONNOR.
23. Commencing at a posl planted
145 chains easl and 20 chaina south
of the south i n I of Goose Bay In Rivera Inlet, thence south S'1 chains,
thence wesi 80 chains, thence, norih
sn cliains. thence casi 80 chaina to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acre's more or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR
ri'.. Commencing at a post planted
240 chains west of ihe southwest corner of Timber License 11,500, thence
north S i chains, ihence' west 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
easl 80 chaina to point of commence-1
ment, ami containing 640 acres more
or loss.
11. M. O'CONNOR.
27. Commencing al a post planted ;
���Jlei ciiains \\<sl eef the BOUthwesI  cor- I
ner of Timber License l L,B 10, thence
nortii   80   chains,   thence   east   so
chains, thence south B0 cliains, tlience
west so cliains to point of commencement, and  containing 840 aire-; more
or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
���jr.. Commencing al  a  posl  planted
!���. chain i easl and 20 chair. - soutb of
the south end of (ions,. Bay in Rivera
Inlel,  then ."  wesl   100  chnins.  Ihence
nortb '>:> chains, ihence easl 80 chaina
more or less t;> shon' of Ooose Hay;
W.  E.   FALES'
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
i am the il " Furniture and House Furntshlngs Dealer, Funeral
Director iad Emhalmer, and I will Bellyou anything ln my line cheap
and will Ive yo i better value than yon can gel In any other place
tn the city.   Trj  me.
Wall Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
Matting from 15c up. Linoleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretchers, thc best made. $2.25 per set. Carpets, all grades and
prices. Iron Beds, white nnd tint enamels. $3.50 and up. Pre-
ambulatort and Go-drts of all descriptions.
All kinds of Job work and repairing done on shortesi notice, n ison-
aieie prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving dolly.
1 have- sold tile' blocl. an.l am still doing business in the senile place
and ill tile' same old way.
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1907-
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Queen's Park, New Westminster, B.C.
OCTOBER
1, 2, 3, Arm 5*
In Prizes and Attractions
point   of commencement,  and    con-  thence southerly, easterly and north-
Ft.-
IBank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1S17.
CAPITAL   $14,400,000.00
RESERVE ...   ...   ...  ...   ...   ...   ...   ...      $11,000,000.00
h'�� l"ruughout'Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, England,
Jew York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A Gen-
nti Hanking Business Transac t.gd. .
rs, of Credit Issued, available wl tL correspondents In all parts ot tno
World,
Vlns�� Bank Department.    Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
y Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
tn rr tinies a year-
ssets over Jics.oon.noft.oo.
NRW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. O. ft BRYMNER. Manager.
OVERUSE  IN  THE NEWS
tainlng 640 acres more or le ;s
11. M, O'CONNOR.
r_. Commeni Ing al a posl planted
SB i chaina north and SO chains west
' of ii:-' northwesl corner of Timber
License ll,508,thence north -Sl1 chains.
Ihence west 80 chains. Ihence south
sn ehains, thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 'iin acre:; more or less,
11.  M. O'CONNOR.
L3, Commencing at a  pent planted
SO chains west of the southwesi cor
STUPENDOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE
ARRAY OF EXHIBITS!
representing Agriculture, Horticulture, and Stork, as well
as the Industries of the Provim i
The attractions will consist of a Lacrosse Tourna*
ment, in which the Toronto Tecumsehs, Vancmi
New Westminster teams will take part; Scottish Sports,
Baseball matches, Balloon ascensions, several Bands of
easterly   around   shore   Of     bay   to  a
point   norlh  Of posl;   tlience BOUth 80
chains more or less to point of commencement, ami containing 640 :urtb i Music, Pyrotechnic Display, Sailors' Sports.
more or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
For further information sec small bills and prize lists.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Re lots 5 and 6, of block 2, subdivision of parts nf section 80, block 5,
norlh range 2, west New Westminster
district.    Whereas  proof of tho loss
of corUCIcato of tltlo number i:>!)79 a,
ner'ot Timher License 11,609, thencfl   Issued ln iho name of Iri-e.lerTek WII-
south   hi   chains,    thence    east   100   Ham   Smith fins  been  filed    in tills
chains, theuce north -10 chains, thence   office,
Notice Is hereby given that. I shall,
' .nt the expiration of one month from
west 100 chains to point of commencement, and containing C40 acres
more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
11. Commencing at a post planted
80 chains west of the southwest corner of Timher License 11,509,
thence south 80 chains, tber.ce well
SO chains, thence north 80 chains,
thence east   80 chains    to prim  o_
the date- of the first ^niilleatlnn hero-
ot', Issue :i duplicate of the said cer-
tlflcate, unices in the meantime valid
objection bo mail," lo tne In writing
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of- rules.
Land  r.".istry office,   N'ew Vri st.min-
8LOi-, n. C-, S ������,,:��� lv, 1907.
T. J. TRAPP,
President.
W. H. KEARY,
Secretary
New Wellington
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FROST STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW 1
P. O. Box  345
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY.  SEPt
'90?
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Get at the Facts
Before you insure Be certain you are placing your insurance with
a good company, where your protection is guaranteed I represent
some of the best insurance companies doing business in Canada, and
write any kind of insurance- Our Fire, Life and Accident Companies
cannot be beat A call or post- card will inform you as to rates and
particulars.
There's no reason why you
should buy "cheap" imported Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more ��� is absolutely pure ��� and
goes farther.   Get WINDSOR.
193 W
phrase, "You call dat aconamie" when
he had unearthed bobm $100 "poodle"
as he called it. was �� sun- laugh producer every time. Even .J. l>. Tayb ���
smiled,
WJ.KERR.J
CONSERVATIVES OPEN
CAMPAIGN WITH BIG
POLITICAL MEETING
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
^riRlTTlNSURANCE
WE  REPRESENT THE  FOLLOWING   COMPANIES:
NORTH   BRITISH   AND   MERCANTILE  $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON       13.085,493
COMMERCIAL   UNION   OF   LONDON        12.166.666
LONDON  AND   LANCASHIRE       12,166,666
LIVERPOOL AND   LONDON  AND   GLOBE        9.733,333
NORWICH  UNION    *.    5.333,333
TOTAL    $67,085,491
Further comment  is surely  not necessary.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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PAPERS
VY/E are opening
*^ another shipment of the Eaton-
Hurlburt Papeteries
High class goods.
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i J. J. MAC KAY fif COS
���    BOOKSELLERS   STATIONERS   NEWS DEALERS
$8     .,,.���,,.���.,,_,,������_.���_.���..���������.,,,.. ,......,..,...,	
We have in stock all kinds of
HEATING STOVES
Our Spccialty���Airtights relined and repaired.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 ��� ��� AGENTS
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
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1W. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler ��
��?< Agent for the Hamilton  Watch. >���;
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(Continued  from   Page  One.)
his   report on  run litions  there   with
refi .i ne e   to   the   immigration  qu<
tlon, ih��' connection of VV. T. It. Pre
ton with the London offlce of the governmenl   were  referred to at length.
His remarks in this cum   were ld< i '
ca) to those ma le al lei.- recent mei I
ing in Vancouver, and aready ri ;
e l at ength.
Exclusion    League   Inquisitive.
Something of an i ntfrely fresh nature wa.-  introduced  to  the meeting
by the Hon. speaker after he has dis-
i - | Presi ni ei al.    He produci I
\ a letter from the secretary of the Van-
j couvi r Asiatic Exclusion league wffi -
rea I as follows:
"Hon it. L, Borden:    Dear Sir���A;
a   !������. enl   meeting  of  I lie.   Vam ou. ��� .
Asiatic Exclusion league held lasl . -
ening   i   was  instructed  to telegi
to you as follows:  'Your speech witi
regard to immigration not sufficient!
explicit for Exclusion league.   Please
answer   this   question:   If elected   to
power, will you support  the exclusion
of Japanese and iriiincse from Canada?'    Happening  to   know  that   you
wi re to be in Xew Westminster this
evening, I  have  decided  to write  instead  of wiring,  and   will   .;e obliged
if you will answer thri publicly."
Does Not Give Satisfaction.
In reply to this direct demand. Mr.
Borden replied that whether he had
been sufficiently explicit or otherwise
was strictly a matter of opinion, and
on this poinl he differed with the secretary of the league. He thought
that he had made his position quite
clear when he had said that it was a
matter for the people to solve. When
he had told this to the people of British Columbia it meant that if tne Conservatives were in power in thellonse
at Ottawa after the next general election, they would barken to the voice
: of the people of British Columbia.
i However he might respect fhe peo-
: ple who composed the Exclusion
league, he thought that it was to the
people of the province and not to tTre
few who composed the league that he
had to make bis reply. The treaty
which had been niaele with Japan by
Great Britain, with Canada as a party
to the same, could not be lightly broken. Such an act would be an act oi
hostility to Japan, and would certainly be resented by that great nation.
The first step to be taken was to abrogate the treaty, and as the government was responsible for the situation, it was to the government Ui.it
the people must look for redress. Tli"
government must be held Cully responsible. He feared that the present
condition of affairs In this province
would tend to restrict immigration
from Europe and this was a phase of
the question which could no,t be ov< r-
looked. The province of British Co!-!,
umbia must, in future be populated, ,
and dominated by the white race.
Salve for J- O. Taylor.
Mr,  Borden  closed   his  speech   by |
stating thai throughout his campaign
he had found great enthusiasm among j
the  Conservatives,  and   he   felt" confident   that  they   would   be   returned I
to power ai iii ��� in-xi election,   "   D.
Taylor, in particular, looked to him a
most likely winner, and he would nol
be at all  surprised  to find    that   bo
strong would lie liis support thai   thei
Liberals would be glael to stand a    i
ami allow him  to be elected v.y acclamation,   i Laughter anei cheers.)
A  Happy  Habitant.
J. il. II. Bergeron, a typical Frencn
Canadian, was the lasl  speaker.    He]
is more of a comedian than anything]
else,   and   amused  the   audience   wiih.
a long diatribe on picayune scandals |
among petty officials and persons not
connected with the Liberal party, liis
peculiar     English     rendering   of  the   .
Experience in New York Sewer.
New York, Sept. 26���John Hoffman,
fifty-five years old, in employee In
the bureau of sewers, was dropped
Into a five .'-eee- sewer near one Hundred and Eighth street, owing to the
breaking of a r ���;�����. and shot through
the sewer to Its terminus at Harlem
river and One Hundre l and Thirt..-
flrsl street. Thai he came out alive
ri considered ri markable.
The greal Re ms sale inaugurati d
by the Monteliu Piano House, Ltd .
is (���:���: ating a lively Inti rest, and al-
read a large number of pianos have
I .<.n sold in New Westminster and
surrounding territory. Manj p�� i e
visil iheir warerooms al 716 Columbia
streel daily, and all are surprisi d al
the magnitude of their Btock, and the
attractive prices which they are quoting.
Fee;- all kinds or cut flowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
C. P. R.
On Oct, 2, ". I. Transfer will leave
si...- .ton ai 6 a.m. Instead of T a.m.,
and will leave New Westminster al '���'-
p.m. Instead of 2 p-m. This to accommodate passenger traffic for the
exhibition.
Money to loan on approved B.ecurlty,
White, Shiles & Co., city.
our full line of
Heating Stoves
Purchase at the commencement of the
fall season.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive tor the price- Ou
this basis we save you money
on everything thai druggists
sell, our fn 31 aim is to supply
our trade with depi ndable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost. We are invariably successful in both these intenl ions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83.
j Electric Railway Service    Chiiliwack  Special
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m,
Cars  leave the depot    every
twenty minutes  for both   Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweiity minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour,  commencing  at 6:30 <>
a. m.
Sunday Service  hair-nourly he- i >
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m. *
...IMPROVED FARM...
90 acres, 70 acres cleared and under cultivation, or in meadow; the
| remaining 20 acres in alder bottom land; good liouse (nearly new); large
j barn, etc.; situated 21,_> miles from town on first class road. The land pro-
!  duced .'l1/.. tons of hay  per acre this  year and oilier crops in proportion.
THIS   SPEAKS   FOR   ITSELF.
I
Price $9500.00,  Easy Terms
HKMHf
Have You Any Wants In
HOUSE FURNISHING
IF  SO  THIS  ADVERTISEMENT  IS  WORTH  Read
We have doubled our stock   of  House   Furnish rigs and
Nt
are
better position than ever to sup ply  wants of the  homes |n ri
Comforters.  Pillow.   Lace  Curtains.   Towels.     Que Its.    Tabl
Sheetings, etc.
iktlj
UlM
Wool Blankets        Comforters
Flannel* i e Blanki ts, best Eng-      Eiderdown
T;irL": :!'   satee
$1.25 to $3 coverini        .<    00x72 >,-?
A new lee; of English, Whitney ''''x'-''
i and Cana lian makes, | ��� i
pair ...
S5 to $l8.5g
Blankets jusi   received, Bizes      ...    ....
Pure whiti
���       ' '     Is   J
����vei :i      ' H.75toij
72x90 an l 80x102, each  Wan
ki i whippe .1 separately and ol
the  tinesi  quality,      To Bee
them will be to appreciate 11
i xcetlenl       val i< Price
range trom .., $7.50 to $11.50
Pure  iFhiti
illj
���
each   rit.j.
llghl      : tid      . .   .
Bed Pillows
Our new bed Pillows have no equal   in   town   f<
showing a new lot with nice fancy striped cove ..,,.
tilling of the lest qualities,   each  75cton!
Table Linens and Napkins
We buy all our linens direct from the manufai i ri lreiaJ
and our new showing wil] Batlsfy the most exacting buyer a. :omJ
ity and price,
Unbleached Table Damask. per yard    35c toi
Bleached   Table   Damask,   per yard   50cto|
Special  values In Table Sets  consisting  of Tabli     I ��� ���  _J
Napkins to match.
White and Unbleached SheetinA
We are showing only the besl   English   and   Canadian     etloj
anel al prices which are tiie lowesi.   So those woh are lo    lng ri.'
besl wearing sheetings we would like to show a new lo       Enjfl
weaves which we. have just received.   We have boughi i . ... . .���-.. .4
after comparison with many other lines.   We can recommend
as the best tei be had.   Ask to see  them.    Special   prici   on ,:.
tities.
Quilts of Every Description
From the smallesl crib to the largest bed quilts shown in all was]
weights  and  finalities.
Special Honey Comb Quilts, each      $1.25 to )ri
Marcella and  DamaBk Spreads,each   $2.00 to I
('"hired Reel Quilts, each   $1.00 to Jll|
Towels--Every Kind
We. haw a line" of  lUTklsh    Towels In   white    and    u.ibk;icli.|
which we know cannol bebeatfor value.   They are. Bold direct fw
the mill tons and such values.   We hate to place them aloi
of the other makes.   We are Selling them fast right now.
Turkish Towels In white or unbleached, each   10c to 5
Linen Turkish Towels, the kind  that  make a joy of the bath-
heavy fellows In all sizes, each _>oc to $U
Cotton Towels, 1 ach   .. 5c to 81
Lace Curtains
We  are  showing a   hundred
.ml one stj les in curtains.
i! dim Curtains, per pair	
   $2.50 to $7.50
Lace Curtains, per pair	
    50c to $10
Sash   Muslins,  all   widths    1 1 :
descriptions, per 3 ard   	
    10c to 50c
.Madras Muslins in white and
cream widths H7 to 64 inches,
Per yard 20c to $1.00
Fringes to match, per yard
   5c to 2*0
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
THE   STORE   FOR   HOUSE  FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street, - . New Westminster |
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STAR OF INDIA
TEA COMPANY
ji British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd |
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Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
ALSO
"PERFECT
Flavoring
Extracts
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We Are Giving $5.00 Gold for the  best layer
=���   Cake at the Exhibition,   a***8*
A cordial Invitation is extended to all   to visil. our exhibit at tie ��ir'

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