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 hite, Shiles & Co.
F|RE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B.C
wnts
..   si'MHER  24S.
V
ite, Shiles & Co
-NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C, FRIDAY   MORNING,   OCTOBER   25,    1907.
'AefcCT 28 my     ^*EAL ESTATE
��� ^	
LOSES HIS
OUSAND COLLAR SUIT
ter Wilson to Receive
olitary Simoleon from
Uting Fong Sam.
te
Sam lost bis case for $l,oou
.,.:   Dr.  .1.  Ke r  Wilson,
dIR,,, ttieie-,i occupied the atten-
[judge Cane, a jury, counsel an i
*,i; o) ffjtne��ses, since Wednes-
jming.   A verdict was broughl
the jury   shortly  before    si..
ijjgl,. ening giving the defend-
damages    and   recommending
Iteument  of costs against tha
equally.    Following   was   th-
j as submitted:
ibe undersigned   jurymen    e-
bj : ring In a  verdict in  this
fare agreed upon the following:
fln<l that    tlie     plaintiff,  Pong
did strike- the defendant a blow
,j witli a horseshoe and that
leleniViiit In tarn did in seif-d
TEX  CENTS PER WEEK.
MORE ROOM  NEEDED
FOR   PROVINCE'S   INSANE
Additional accommodation for the
Insane ol tbe province will haw |
provided bj he provincial government
in the near future. While the average
of insane- is less compare I with the
total of population In any other province of the Dominion, British Colum-
. la s awaking has been attended by
an Increase In population, and the
total number of lunatics has increasi I
The' number oi lunatics reci Ived at
New Westminster this year will reach
200, Last year there wen- but 15').
The average remains the same, being
l in 500 for B. C, as compared with
l in 300 In Ontario.
The    provincial
r        one of t
building and Dr. Young, provinci.il
wcretary, has authorized 'he' elevation nf tbe other wing feu- tbe ace em-
ADVERTISING TO BE
TAKEN SERIOUSLY
Committee Appoints Live
Members as Chairman and
Secretary���Exit Taylor.
F.
.HESS GHOST
NOW   IN   SUPREME  COURT
Ottawa,   Oct.   24.���In  the  supreme
court today the case of tlie Manitoba
FTee   Press  company   vs.   Nagy    was
heard.
In October, 1905, the Manitoba Free
Press us a news item published a re-
CONVENTION CLOSED
LATE LAST NIGHT
Interesting Address Heard
MAIL  BAGS  FOUND
HIDDEN UNDER HOUSE
Dawson. Y. T��� Oct. 24.���The mail
sacks and locks from which $4O,u0'3
in gold wets stolen at Dawson by Kin-
caid and associates, were found today
by Turner Townsend, hidden beneath
government    has
eie wings of the presen
At a Bpecial meeting of the adver-
islng committee oi the board of -.radii' l i yesterdaj evening In the loarl
room, George E. Martin, barrister,
���'��� ��� appointed chairman, A. w. McLeod being elected to the position of
secretary. Tnere was a representative   attendance,   and   wdiat    business
modation of the Increased number of! had to be transacted was dealt with in
inmates.     No  definite announcement I a speedy manner.    J. D. Taylor, appointed  chairman early in  the  year,
^^^ aunouiic.tn.Mr. . u   e-peeelv  manner
has been made by the local govern-
;""''"   !""   it  is  though!   probable that
at the forthcoming session of the legls-
'������'  :'   the estimates will provide for
b new and extensive building upon tho
farm belonging to the asylum at Co-
ciuitiani.    While in the east, Hon. Dr.
jtrfke the plaintiff on the heed i y��Ung ^Wcted the   insane   asylums
a monkey wrench; therefore we |:lt TonjIUu'   Kingston    and   Montreal,
damages of one dollar (|1) to  and oljtained some hints which should
lddefenda.it. lprove valuable here,
I also recommend that the costs
Be ca_*   be    equally    assesse 1
; tie said plaintiff and defend-
(Signed)   .).   M.
MONEY PROMISED FOR
LULU ISLAND BRIDGE
-Provincial Government E^'t^^Z^
ecutive Decides to Grant
$10,000 for Bridge.
KENNY,
Foreman.
| Honor remarked, in comment-
\n the result,  that    the  verdict
ibi; sentiments in the matter
(or the defence pointed ou
|lte jury had   no    authority   to j
1 gosu, in  reply to  which  the |
(listed tbat he   would consider j
Wttnn of    costs    when  court
May.
itasi of evidence was taken
twit; morning when court
iib o'clock.
ppT Baker, the owner of the
-iti Bhop  in   wkelch   tin   Qghl
I (tot ��� -i |  a  story resembling
tunc. that of    William  Living- .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-mm^-m-
the estimated*! the approaching ses-
t-yy that he cviultl not sav as i , . ..        .. ,,
sion.   The decision follows the appil-
1 man had uswel an iron weau- e .      ..       , ,      ..       ,
'cation   made   by the   delegation   from
did not take as big an interest in nis
duties as had heen expected, hence the
ap] ointment of a successor.
Preliminary details of a general ad-
vi r Islng scheme were discussed, anl
the advisability of advertising in a
number of representative eastern pa-
; ers was dealt with at some length.
The matter of erecting bill-boards
along the C. P. R. tracks between
this city and a point In the interior,
calling attention to the advantages
of the Royal City, were also brought
before the committee, while the feasibility of New Westminster securing
a grand advertisement on July 2.190S,
was one of the points raised by the
Shaw, workman  In George
*y blacksmith  shop, corrober
ijlformer witness as to the ntain
"the   ae, with the exception
Nleged trie! the Chinaman ad-
[tomeet the doctor at the open- ]
Ike atlae k. ihiis     throwing   a j
N "ie blame  for the clash on j
Ptaan.   ||(. had also heard th I
islve    language,  but'
Ib defendant  say nothing im-1
'Inder cross-examination, wit-
PW that lie had tatted th
r��f with the doctor.
hundredth anniversary of the discovery of the outlet of the mighty Fraser river by Simon Fraser will take place, lt has
been previously suggested that it
would be a good idea to have a centennial anniversary in connection with
this, when an old boys' reunion might
be field in this city. The suggestion
that a statue, tablet, or other comnu imitative monument be erected to
the historic adventurer, has also been
suggested, and has been well receive!
I by a large number of citizens. In
connection with the holding of an oid
loys' reunion, a free advertising
New WesJiu-Jistei'  less than a month   scheme on a large scale would be car-
The Provincial government in ev-
ecutive today decided to grant $10,000
towards the construction of a bridge
from New Westminster to Lulu island. Plans for the bridge must be
approved by the government's engin-
.er.    The amount will be included iu
ago."
This message, received yesterday b.v
Mayor Keary, ls in reply to the request  made  by  a  deputation consist-
I lng of Aid. Jardine, Aid. Henley,'d. 8.
Curtis  a_nd  others,  who  went  to  Victoria on September 18, for ta substantial grant in aid of the construction
Of   a   steel    bridge   across   the
Arm.   The sum of $20,000, about half
the lota', cost of the proposed bridge,
I was asked for, and Hon. Richarel Mc-
| Bride,   speaking   for   the     executive,
��_���������.   _i_ -_�����.     -, _    istateed that he was confident that thc
��Know why you rahned to ..  .   , ...       ��� , .
����,���, . , ,     sum   applied   for   would   be   granted.
* wes over  with nne? I  sub-' .,       ...
fou iiui, ,       _.��.      . _.,_..   The  executive  thought   proper toon.
��ou before    tht.   doctor  did,     , , ,     ,   '
the amount down by half.
The offer will probably be considered by the council in committee this
-'veiling.
f *r. Rei-l. but  counsel .for th.;
! object.,]   and   was sustained
t court.
tCoUlnBon gave nluch thp-Bame
I����� former witness,
'^ MoClellen   and J.  niliing-
p evidence on  minor facts,
���ch couri adjourned for lunch,
"^ again at  1:15 yesterday
["dence of Dt
li dosed
N about
anj
"Anient,
Wilson, the de-
' ease. Jl*. was on
hree-quartBEB of an
cuntra ll, tod some of the
made by witnesses
"*",ifr II" had not Htruc.
,'"*��� nor had he raised tfie
" *w-i- until the Chinaman
'"!":> counl
I I
^n with  the  Intention  of
l!1'.'"" to gel an explanation
(;:,:l!,,iiir tor his having call-
fera r-"waa
(hei,        """" lla'1 suae at
L^     " " '��� In Belf-defence
hJ" Chinaman by the lap-
[|('i''"��"'' shoved himagtainst
ia'i'i ^   "l'  had glven the
,.m ,ln;" 'ri'    on  the head
l,jni       -1'"1'  the  Chlnamau
Wl"'' v !'"" 'lo thought he
f> ,h" efleots of the
oi j,0*'   l!l' lenied the ovi-
L | LlvlB88ton     as   to   his
Lr 'll'1 la��Ruage, etc
i Dr u. ''' 'ueation from bis
clerk   ��n "tated  that Mr
111,,  '  ln  ,h��'  office  of  Mr.
fticted �� thS pl.alat,tt-    who
,hl' examination    for
,1 'he  reninrk   to
011tmofl8 Bolng to make a
IIBSH MEMBER HAS il
GOOD STRONG FOLLOWING
of times with a
not gone hack at
l	
Ur,
1 ���'!:;
;SS-e,
you."
��|th       ",;"   he had ninnv
Iri,.,^""'111"'' tenants,     Tho
P5..-Y*11'  '"  lhe lof,''l  POllOfl
..   _ri" ll" was bouhil over
���wsrsTpT-^���
" vn Pa?-'. re-
Dublin, Oct. 24.��� .lohn Dillon, raeiii-
btsr of parliament for Fast Mayo, who
took up his political activities again
ten days ago. continues to support
John K. Redmond, the leader of th'?
blah  party and his colleagues.
William O'Brien, member of palia-
ni.mii for Cork, speaking at Tralee yes-
WM-diiy. indicated his desire to return
to Hie party In order to influence the
decision during the next session of th.'
lionise of Commons on the question of
land purchase. Mr. O'Brien said he
was ready to accept Mr Redmond's
leadership and the party pledge if the
pledge was either made more' stringent or allowed greater Latitude for
indivii.uii.1  policies.
The archbishop of Cassel, ami the
bishop of Dronmore have written letters declaring their adhesion to Mr.
Redmond's policy.
EDMONTON GOES INTO
STREET   CAR   BUSINESS
Edmonton, Oct. 24.���The city of Edmonton will make a definite proposal
to construct a street railway Line W
Strathcona in return for a franchise
and permission to lay onrlinas ml
operate street cars in that city, This
action was taken at the instigation of
the commissioners who brouglll tn a
report recommending thai this should
be done in view of tlu- tri.'t thai another company was api lying to Strain
cona for a franchise. It is probable
,hls  proposal  will be-*ibraltte!
ried out, details of which will be announced later, when the preliminaries
hare been settled.
Jt is the intention of the secretary
of the committee to wait Upon the
members of the city council in the
iipar future, when the full details of
the Simon Fraser centennial celebra-
wlll be laid before that
body, and a request will most probably be made for financial assistance
from the city. It is also his intention
bo write to a number of prominent
ex-\\'estminsterites aud endeavor Lo
interest them in the old boys' reunion
and general centennial celebration
scheme.
North ; r.ion  scheme
Death of Alexander Gilchrist.
Alexander Oilchrist, principial of
the Fairview Public school and president of the Vancouver Liberal association, died suddenly at 10 o'clock
yesterday morning at his residence,
4 10 Sixth avenue. Fairview. Mr. Gilchrist fell ill over a week ago, he heaving contracted a severe cold, which
gradually developed Into congestion
of the lungs. On Wednesday his condition had Improved, and at S o'clock
yesterday morning he was feeling
fairly well. It is reported that his
inaJuely suddenly turned into pneumonia, which was the cause of death.
Tlie deceased had been a resident
of Vancouver for ten or twelve years
and was well known in this citv.
When he first arrived from the oast
hn taught school at Ladner, subsequently securing a position on the
Vancouver school staff. Mr. Gilchrist
was tor many years prominent 'n
politics, having been one of the most
active workers of the Liberal association, of which h��- was elected president last year.
Mr. Gilchrist is survived by a wife
and one son.
  Ithe public school building. This proves
port that an unoccupied hou..e on St.        Yesterday���Many    Dele-'the tileor>' of the P011���-' ,nat th�� 8<>ld
John avenue, Winnipeg, was haunted . .   ,   .,     __,  .   ,    ; from the registered mail w,as actually
gates from Outside POlIltS taken here and then casched at this
point.    Several  smaller  canvas sacks
'by a ghost. Nagy, who is the owner
;of the building said to have bee.i
haunted, brought an action against
thv publishing company tor $l0,o00.
The action was dismissed by Justice
MacDonald at the trial court, but on
Appeal Nagy was awarded $1000.
ln tlle present appeal the company
contends that the item was not damaging or published maliciously; that
no particular premises had been indicated a's haunted; that no malice
or special damage had been proved,
and that the claims for damages were
Cooked uu und absurd.
The
alists
convention    of    Congregation-
which   were  inclosed    in    the  larger
sacks were alse> found, but only one
and    Reformed    Episcopalians 'can of fifty ounces of gold m
which has been In session in the St. ether*
was found
Wanted to Wed, Had Fifteen Cents.
Windsor, Oct. 24.���The police arrested two youths and two girls who
ran away from Nortonville, Mich., Lo
he married here. The younger girl
was only 13. The combined asser.s
of the quartet amounted to fifteen
cents. An officer is coming for the
runaways.
DELTA FARMERS ASK
HUNTERS STAY AWAY
"Trespassers will be Prosecuted" Signs will be Plentiful in Fertile Lands.
At a representative meeting of the
Delta farmers held yesterday afternoon in the Ladner town hall, Reeve
H. M. Veasey presiding, a resolution
was passed whereby all present unanimously agreed that in future city
sportsmen would uot be permitted to
ri'tit upon their grounds, this action
having been found necessary on account of the number of stock animals
which have been injured by amateur
Nimrods during the past couple of
years. Whenever the Delta ranchers
desire to make a special exception,
in the case of friends who desire to
hunt the wily pheasant, they will furnish the sportsman with a written
permit to hunt on their premises.
It was also decided to form a Delta
Game Protective society, but the details of this were left in the hands of
a committee Appointed for that purpose. The ranchers also bound themselves to give the game wardens every
assistance in the execution of their
duty.
EMPRESS WAS NOT VERY
SERIOUSLY DAMAGED
Vancouver, Oct. 25.���The steamer
Empress of China is afloat again, but
In a terrible state as a result of tho
soaking. Engines, hold, staterooms,
und in feact every part of the boa',
will have to be completely overhauled
and cleaned up. ,
An army of men will be put to work
today getting her ready for sea, but
it is very improbable that she will be
In shape to sail on Tuesday next, her
scheduled time, in fact, If she gets
away a week late, she will still be doing well, but not an hour will ho lost
In getting the big liner away, as she
Is under heavy bonds to deliver bev
mails In Hong Kong on time,
Crowds of people    swarmed , i:k>
docks all day yesterday to view tho
stranded boat, but the great majority
of them were turned aweiiy without
being awarded a passport aboard.
Paul's Reformed Episcopal church
since Wednesday morning, came to a
close last evening. The conference
was said to have been most successful and one of the best that has been J
held.
Hefore closing the following three
resolutions were drafted by Rev. T.W.
Gladstone, moved by Rev. Marion
Smith, seconded by Rev. H. A. Carson and passed:
Resolved, That the thanks' of this
fed.ration be given to the Rev. A. d >B.
Owen and the officers of St. Paul's
R. E. church for the kindly reception
given to us; to Lie ladles of the congregation for their bountiful entertainment; and to the hosts and hostesses
who have opened their homes for the
delegates,
Resolved, That thanks be tendered
to the chairman of the meetings, vhe
secretary, and the brethren who have
given papers or conducted parts of the
convention; and to the ladies who
have led the singing at the organ,
Resolved, That this meeting, consisting of delegates from Congregational and Reformed Episcopal
churches, together with others of
other evangelical denominations assembled, desires to record its deep
thankfulness to Almighty God, tho
Giver of all good, for the manifold
unity of the spirit that has been exhibited during these meetings; and
for the sense of His presence that has
attended the considerations of the Important theme that has been the subject of the papers.
The following parties registered as
delegates yesterday; Mrs. Copley,
Miss A. Copley, Miss F. Ducknell,
Knox church, Vancouver; Mrs. William Johnston, Mrs. W, R. Gilley, Mrs.
I.evar. Mrs. Mitchell, F. P. Maxwell,
New Westminster; J. Fred Saunders,
Knox church, Atencouver; Mrs. .1.
Trouse, Mrs. M. J. Dean, Mrs. J, R.
Gilley, Mrs. F. P. Maxwell, New Westminster; Thomas W. Johnston, Mrs. L.
S. Johnston, Miss M. I. Johnston, Victoria; J. J. Johnston, Hugh Burr, Rev.
M. L. Rugg, William Wilson, Rev. W.
H. Barraclough, and George E, Slater,
New Westminster.
Addresses were delivered yesterday
afternoon by the following persons:
Rev.    ,1.  S.  Henderson,    "The    Holy
It now appears that Kincaid got
the gold from the post office building
here and then hid it at the school
building under pretense of workln;;
on the foundations.
Mounted Rifles for Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, Oct. 24.��� Active step��l
are to he inaugurated at onoe with a
view to the organization of a new regiment of the Eigteenth Mounted
Rifles, which is to lie formed in eastern Manitoba. The headquarters are
to I e at Winnipeg, where it is believed two squadrons will be organized. Morris, Morden and Portage
are the other squadron headsuartera.
So Ear only the Portage squadron s
organized.
FORTY-NINER SAVED
$750 IN EIFTY YEARS
.utU���~.        '
Aged Prospector Wends His
Way Back East With
Merest Pittance.
to flight,)
to the taxpayers of StratHcooa t. ���
short time.
Death of Thomas Mufford.
One of the best known residents ot
the Langley district, Thomas Mufford,
passed away on Wednesday evening
at his residence. The deceased was
a farmer, and had been living in Lang>
ev for many years past. He wns
about fifty-six years of age, and had
been in fairly gooel health until quite
recently, when he was confined to the
house by the illness which finally resulted In his death. The funeral will
take place today, leaving the family
residence at one o'clock. The deceas-
eel is survived by a number of children, ssvernl of whom live in Langley.
Queen of Spain Twenty Years Old.
Madrid, Gel. 24. Madrid kept holiday' today in celebration of tlie twentieth birthday of Queen Victoria, Who
was born October 24, 1887. Reports
from the provinces indicate that tho
anniversary was celebrated enthusiastically throughout Spain. During
the day messages of congratulation
were received at the palace from the
various courts of Europe and from
many of the Spanish municipalities.
Klpllnga Farewell.
Montreal, Oct. 24.���Rudyard Kipling addressed the Canadian club In
tbe old Corn Exchange building this
afternoon on "Imperialism." He leaves
tomorrow for Liverpool on the Allan
liner Virginian.
Spirit in the Old Testament;" Rev. W.
H. Barraclough, "The Out-pouring of
the Spirit at Pentecost;" Rev. John
Simpson, "The Spirit Convincing of
Sin;" Rev. Merton Smith, "Fellowship Meeting;" Rev. John Reid, communion; Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor,
"The filling of the Spirit;" Rev. A.
deB. Owen, "The Spirit iu Missions."
Last evening an Interesting address
wns delivered by Rev. H. A. Carson
on the subject of "The Fruit of the
Spirit." The main fruits were love,
joy, pence and practical spiritualism.
II was the opinion of the speaker
that the world was seeking universal
peace In a wrong manner. If universal peace was ever to dawn on tlv
world It would be when men had
secured peace within themselves
through tiie Holy Spirit.
A practical spiritualism was also
valued because while the men of the
street cared nothing whatever about
the number Of adherents a church haS
i-ligations, they do care and
wonder why the church Is not a practical force in the life ot the country,
The Rflv. Merton Smith delivered
the final aeldress, taking us his subject: "Last call of the Spirit." The
speaker considered that the work "f
the spirit was twofold. First the
spirit In the world to tell men that unless they have a lively conviction of
their need of God they would be
eternally dammned, and the spirit In
the church. In modern evangelical
work It was the spirit of conviction
that seemed to he so lacking.
The convention closed with a collection, a song and then prayers.
Seattle, Oct. 24.���Henry Mikkelson,
who says he is a forty-niner, and one
of the first men to go into Alaska, is
in Seattle on his way home to Eastern Pennsylvania, where he says he
intends to spend the last few months
that he believes yet remain to him
upon this eurth. He has with hlm
$750, the total savings of more than
half a century spent upon the Pacific
coast, and says that will be enough
to take care of him for the year that
he is yet to live.
MikKolson, who says he is 80 years
old, and that he came across the
plains in 184S and was in the great
excitement of the days of '4H in California. Since that time he has drifted from place to place along th^
coast and finally went to ^jfliafia .
There he took up a claim On Fbrty-
AHle creek.
After  W6rking  this}   claim  until   it
was a producer and he brit-an to have
visions of comfortable old age, hewsts;
one day rudely bounced off his cla,'."1*
by  two  large Swedes,  who managed
to retain possession of the claim until
It war  worked out.      Mikkelson was
forced to go further up the creek and
there  took   up  another  claim   which
he worked   for three  years  with  the
net resale of $7.r>0 plus his exjienses
from  Alaska to Seattle.
ATTACKED ENGLISH CREW
WHEN CHINESE WERE HELD
San Antonio, Texas, Oct. 24.���A
despatch from Santa Cruz, Mexico,
says thai because 500 of their, countrymen were detained on board by
sanitary Inspectors of this port, 403
Chinese, who had been landed, made
a murderous assault last night on the
English ship Woolwich and her crew.
Many men were seriously injured In
the affray and five many die of their
wounds.
The Chinese would have swept ali
before them but for the timely aid
brought by a large force of federal
troops and genelarmes.
New Canadian Club.
Peterboro, Ont., Oct. 24.���At ��
largely attended meeting of citizens
this evening a Canadian club was
formed. The new organization starts
off with n membership of 300 representative business and professional
men.
The steamer Woolwich is well
known in Vancouver. Her last trip
to that port was some months ago
when she brought a large consignment of Japanese.
Tied Freshmen to Wall.
Kingston, Oct. 24.���At Queen's university the science sophomores prepared a trap for the freshmen, whom
they secured, one by one, in the old
gymnasium and tied them against th��
wall ln a row. Each freshman was
branded on the forehead with a"eeros��
mark of indelible ink. Their boots
and socks were taken oft and thrown
in a pile In front of the arts building,
where for an hour they hunted in bare
feet for their belongings in view of
hundreds of other students. "���':
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PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY XEWS.
FRIDAV' OCT. ?
GERMAN BALLOON
WINS WORLD RACE
Condensed
Advertisements
W
It Should Be There ���
Look For It!
The LABEL that Protects is in every genuine " Progress Brand " Coat and Overcoat.
Whenever you buy���do just what this man
did���Look for the Label���and don't buy
'til you find it. 108
H.   ___.   de BECK
French Gas-bag Run Teuton
Air-basket   Good  Second
SUPPLY HELP OF ALL
kinds, no charge, telephone
3 ._:���. Canadian Pacific Employment
agency, 506 Cordova street Wri Vancouver, B. C.
{Voting Contest
���
-Winner Went 880 Miles. W^T^^ -25.
  Wages to be arranged personally. Appl.   to A. B��� P. O. Box 545, city.
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES!
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets   on   sale    to  ail
European jioints.
Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. j
I
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Grand Trunk Ry.
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St. Louis, Oct. 24.���The German balloon, piloted by Lieut Col. H. VY. L.
Moedebeck, won the second international contest for the James Gordon
Bennett cup, covering a distance of
8S0 miles. The race between ihe winner and the French bag.Isle de Franc?
was so close that tlie result was ia
doubt up to a late hour tonight. Doth
balloons landed in New Jersey, not
over thirty miles apart, tbe Pommern
at Ashbury Park, and Isle de France
at HerhertsvLle. Neither of the balloons landed until they were confronted by the shores of the Atlantic
| ocean. The Germans descended at '.'
' a. in., while the French baloon was in
the air until 1:10 o'clock in the afternoon.
The race,  in   which  nine  balloons
and  four nations were entered, started   at   4   o'clock   Monday   afternoon,
j from Forest park, in this city.
Order  of  Landing.
The time of landing, place and distance covered i.y the balloons, is as
follows:
Pommern, German, landed Ashbury
Park.  N. J., 9 a, m., October 23, 88 I
(miles from start
[sle de Franco. French, landed near
Herbertsville, N. J., al iri" p. iu., October 23, v." (estimated) miles.
Dusseldorff,   German,  lanl'ri
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mis permanent residence on farming
laud owned solely by him, not less
i than eighty  (SO)   acres In  extent,  Ini
the vjcinity of the homestead, or up-
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I in the vicinity, such homesteader may |
j perform his own residence duties by >
j living with the tathar (or mother). |
(I)    The term "vicinity" in the two
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I meaning not more than nine miles in
ja direct line, exclusive of the  width
of road allowances crossed In tho
; measurement.
(5)    A   homesteader  Intending    to
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cashed  or taken  for collecto   .
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Our Heaters
Our Magic Heater is perfect, easily fired JJ
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for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice In writing must,
he given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at. Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
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Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. ]
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this advertisement will not be paid
for.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
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world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
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For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
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makes it durable, artistic in appearances;'�����
has given satisfaction.
tl
un the market
As for Steel Ranges,  we handle the bes ���
7m Second
Our Coal Heaters equal any on
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TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
AFewS
goys' Sweaters, all sizes; regular $1.25,
Sale Price 50c
Men's all Wool Underwear; regular $1.25,
Sale Price 65c
Men's Suspenders     -      . "   .      _     ,jgc a pajr
aSs for To-day at the Big Sale
Come in and see for yourself the bargains we are
offering m Clothing' Gents' Furnishings,
Boots and Shoes.
Boys' Underwear; regular 50c
Black Cotton Sox, 4 pair for
Sale Price 30c
-      25c
Men's all wool Sweater; regular $1.50 to ^.50,
Sale Price 85c
Special    Special
11 Wool Blankets; regular $3.50, Sale price $2.25
Westminster Clothing Company
DAVE    GROSSMAN,   Proprietor.
LOOK   FOR   THE    RED   SIGN
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,  favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
I REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
BOBBY DUNSMUIR IS
RELIEVED EROM DUIY
Skyrocket Career of Lieut.-
Governor's Son Watched
With Amusement.
���Raffles, the   Amateur  Cracksman."
"Raftles, the Amateur Cracksman,"
i which   will  be  the  attraction  at  th ���
i Xew Westminster Opera house Wednesday night, Oct. 110, with ihe clever
oung romantic actor, S. Miller Kent,
in the name part, has bum describe-1
as being the best detective story ever
j placed upon the stage.   It is a dramatization of the series of sketches by
i E. V. Horniing, contained in the two
I
AMUSEMENTS
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   YOL'   HANK   WITH
Thi
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We- welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
Spectacular in detail and a source
of  no  little  amusement    to   veteran
j ..hipping   men,   the   skyrocket   career
of  Robert Dunsmuir, of. Victoria,   li.
Ic, as a steamship operator lias been
brought to a sudden close by his father, Lieutenant-Governor .lames Duns-
muir, of British Columbia. Tlie management of the fleet of the Pacific
Freighting company, which has heretofore been in the hands of the son,
has been taken charge of by the parent, ami it i.s stated that hereafter
the youth will have no hand in tho
operation of the company's ship anl
��rges.
Th i business career of young l)uu.;-
rnuir has neet been of long duration,
but it has been crowded with incidents. Prominent among them have
been libels on bis vessels for debts
of till sizes. Within the last two
months the ship LeeLanaw has been
libeled twice ju as many ports, anl
the barge Two Brothers was seize-1
bj the federal officials at Keewalik,
in the frozen north of the Arctic
ocean. The amounts for "which they
have been libeled have ranged from
81,000 tn $20,000, ami In al] cases the
money has been forthcoming when
word of the srii reached tbe ears��of
the lieutenant-governor,
Gowan MacGowan, Manager.
_____
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S.   Miller   Kent���"Raffles."
"Tennesee's
Partner"
A  Stirring  Southern  Play
Will be Produced
by the
Rambeau & Esmond Company
���On���
MONDAY and^ TUESDAY
Prices, $1, 75c, 50c, and 25c.
volumes, "Raffles" and "The Amateur
Cracksman." They have beun fitted
to the stage by Eugene Presbrey,
perhaps the most artistic stage manager oil the country. Manager Joseph
M. Gaites has engaged a strong company for the play. Reserve your
Beats, Prices, $1.5t), $1.00, 75c, 50c
and 25c.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
Gowan MacGowan, Manager.
'Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL	
RESERVE 	
'Ughout Canada anel New Coundland, ami
.$14,400,00000
$11,000,000.00 \
in   Loulou,  England,
Mexico City,    A G��u
|toches tI
Nm�� Vink,  Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and
eral Banking Business Transact id.
""i of Credit Issued, available will, correspondents  in all  nurts of the
World,
|vln8i Bank Department.     Deposits received In sui
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum
'our times a year.
f ' Assets over  $1CS,000.000.00.
"^���ry Saturday evening from 7: 30 p. m. to 9 p. m.
NW WESTMINSTER BRANC H. O. D. BRYMNER, Manager
ms of $1 aud upwards,
(present rate) added
BU Li- E T I N
feat Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East and South
Leave 9;20 a. m.��� 12:10 a. m., 4:35 p. in.
parior Cars.  Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
lj,)w West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from^Sept-
JOjber 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
^livery of tickets>r you free of charge.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
h0ne 194, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
W' A  Unas, Assistant General Pass. Agt., Seattle, Wash.
Charyes Against Asylum.
Toronto. Oct.. ri.���There will be on..'
and perhaps two thorough investigations into the death of James Robinson of iui Parliament street, who
was takes to his home from Mimico
asylum em Sunday, after being in that
instiliiUou a week and who died on
[Tuesday afternoon, it was found that
one of hi.s riles was broken and th.it
there were several bruises on bim
which his relatives allege were nol
there when he went Into th.' institution.
Ur. A. .lakes Johnson, chief coroner
of the city of Toronto, decided yesterda) thai an iuepiesl should be held
and thai it should not be restricted
lin any way. This means thai the
i whob' iiufstion as to treatment received by Robinson at the asylum will
be thoroughly ventilated,
GIRL   SPIRITED  AWAY
DESPITE COURT ORDER
I
Liquor at the Barracks.
Toronto, Oct 28.���Numerous letters
ave been received by Rev. Dr, Chown
eferrlng    to    the    deplorable   results
from  the  sale of liquor at sergeants'
messes.       He  says  that   Warden  Gil-
mour    picked    up    two    officers   on
St radian  Avenue on a recent holiday
who were unable to take care of themselves, and, being unable that, day to
obtain liquor tit the hotels, must have
got It at the barracks.   Dr, Chown has
Iplaced the matter before tho Minister
of Militia, Sir Frederick Borden, anl
he has promised to exert the power of
| his department  to put a stop to the
practice of dispensing liquor at such
! posts.
Bellingham. Oct. .1 -Spirited away
iu contempt ol an oro of the superior court, commanding her to appear for trial last Saturday, Ethel
Thomas, the thirteen-year-old incorrigible, was taken to Milltown, B. C,
list week, and is now being held on
Canadian soil. That the girl was abducted from the city and carried away
in secret Is the opinion of the local
officers who have been working on t*io
ease ever since the child failed to appear  in court.
Whether an a tempi will be made to
have tho Canadian authorities turn
the girl over to the' Sheriff's office has
not been decided,
APPLICATIONS   WANTED.
MR.   JOSEPH  M.   GAITES
Presents
The Distinguished Romantic Acto
S. Miller Kent
IN
The Sensational  English Comedy
Drama,
"RAFFLES"
WITH
A Supporting Company of Rare Merit.
Just as produced for 225 performances at   tho  Princess  Theatre,  N'ew
Veirk.
"Firs!   big  thrill  of the  season."���
New   York   Herald.
Prices���$1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, and 25c.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage ("lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,    November    io,
i ooi.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.n. Spokane  7-15 P-m-
12.25 P-m Rossland  4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A  JACKSON.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
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Applications will be received by th ���
undersigned up to 1 p. m. of Monday,
tbe ..Mil Inst., for tbe position Of City
Assessor.     Duties to commence on
Nov.  1st, 1907.
W. A.  DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City  Hall,  N'ew  Westminster,
October 24, 1907.
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Spec...ist
bogs to remind his old pa "ons
as well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
LAND   REGISTRY .ACT.
overuse"Tn the. news
London, Oct. 23���At an extraordinary general meeting of the share-
bolele rs of the Barnum-Bailey show
yesterday, a resolution was adopted
ratifying the provisional contract
providing for the sale of the property
lor $410,000 to the proprietors of the
American circus. When the company
was formed in 1S99 British investors
almost fell over each other ln their
anxiety to sulscrlbe the capital of tho
company's S:,0<r,000. Thc American
, --chasers aro niatliaB I.lre.s., 0." V.'ls-
coasl...
Re Lota I to 9 (inclusive) of a por-
| tlon of Lot 94, Group 1, Map 440, New
Westminster district.
Whereas  proof of the loss t.f Certificate of Title Number 15715a, issued
j ln the  name  of  Peter Latham,    has
been filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
I at the expiration of one month from
��� the date of the first publication here-
I of. Issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid
j objection be made to me in writing.
W.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
I    Land Reel?lry Office, Nev/ Westminster, ::. c, ori. 2*, ir.07.
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it ls neces-
1    sary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You   can   rely   upon    GETTING
THE   BEST   OP   EVERYTHING.
y--. ...........
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster traach P. O.
Box fcio.
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B. C. Ceast Line Service.
VANCOUVER  -VICTORIA-SEATTLE
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Leaves Vancouver 1 pm. daily except Tuesday-
Leaves Seattle 12 midnight daily.
Leaves Victoria 7:30 a-m- daily except Tuesday, for Vancouver.
SS. Charmer
Leaves Vancouver 11:30 p-m- dai!-.
except Sunday-
Leaves Victoria 1 p-m. daily except
Sunday-
SS  Princess May or Princess Royal
Leaves Victoria 12  midnight Mondays-
Leaves Vancouver 1 p.m.  Tuesdays
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER*
routs. Tr
Steamer  R.  P.   Rithet.
To Victoria: Wednesday, Saturday,'
7 a.m.
From Victoria: Tuesday, Friday,
7 am.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
8. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 pm. daily,
except Sunday. Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
S S  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and 4th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
nouth for QiiatRiuo and way ports;
20th of eac'j month for Ahcuset, Quat-
sino, Cape Scott and way ports-
S. S. Transfer.
Loaves New Wesniiuster daily except Sunday at 2 p.m., with additional
trip Monday at 5 a.m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 7 a, 111.; Friday at fi a.m. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
8. 8. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Loaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday*, calling at
landings between New Westminster
ind Chiiliwack.
UP RIVER
Ramon a���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun.. Wed.. Frl.. 7 a.m
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
SS. Amur or Princess Beatrice
Leaves Vancouver at S p.m. 2n.1
and 16th of each month, calling at
Skldegate on flrst trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure are approximate.
For reservations and InformaOos
call or address
ID. OOTJX.ET,
Agent, New Westminster.
B. J. COYLE.
Asst. Gen. Pass  Agent. Vancouver
J. \V. TROtJP,
'���encral Su per'nton dent. Ylctr.ttr.
I PAGE FOUR
TJE   DAILY   NEWS.
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'jdoctor, puts up his sign and proceed?
Ito  practice.      The "elrugs" need embrace everything and  anything "thai
I is thoroughly disgusting in the three
kingdoms   Of nature."   and  the.-   doses
i  are of such a size that they must be
J   literally eaten���they cannot  be swal-
���  lowed  whole.      Contrast this sort of
medical practice and an    absence of
anything like  scientific surgery, with
the perfection to which the bitter has
been brought and the medical knowledge and skill of European and Can-
aelian doctors.    Leaving the distinctively "mission" work out of consideration altogether, the writer's statement
of the work that is done and can be
done by  medical missions in the re-
�� lief of suffering and tbe saving of life,
���������������������������������������������������������������������ee *>*)*j sllould appea, much   more   Btjongiy
Uhan any question of trade to a nation
South Vancouver
Ferris  Road
I am now offering the balance of the 1-5 of an acre block on
the Cloverdale estate at pri:es which defy comimition.
Tbey are all practically cleared and In clover, and are close
to the proposed extension of the North Arm mad car line ani
within easy distance of the city; and all I am asking for these
high and  well situated lots is $325 each, and very easy terms.
8
I HORACE DORER
��0 Goldsmith Silversmith
ty Diamond Merchant
i$i Colombia Street, Next Tram Office
&3@Eg%m
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
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BEB35ER
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B.  C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
itself    civilized  and  hu-
generally profit by the careful and in-. which   cell's
telligent   study   of     anything    worth mane.
studying; but the study of the money! 	
question���of finance in the wide sense  SECRETARY TAFT OFF
Public Meeting I pQf    QUALlT
FRIDAY,   OCT. 25,   1907.
DOLLARS AND DOUGHNUTS.
Tbe curious condition of stringency
in the money market while trade and
business generally continue active and
prosperous, has given rise to a good
deal of discussion of financial questions. 'I'o account for the money
stringency, various theories are advanced, some of which flatly contradict each other. That sort of discussion of course is academic.    We have
.Milking a statement of the eas i
medical missions in China, which, together with all other missions, have
been condemned as stirring up ill-
feeling against foreigners and thus
not any means of contradicting or dir- injuring  commercial   interests,   a   re-
���has this particular value, that it
leads one nearer to the heart of
things. That i.s the condition of reform. It must wait until a large part
Of the people get to the heart of the
matter to which the reform relates.
Intelligent study of the money question will do a great deal towards
opening up the dark places of that bo-
called 'dismal science," political economy, lt. bas been made dismal by its
environment of old and chartered lies
quite long enough in all conscience.
It is high time that the sunlight nf
knowledge and the purifying breeze
Of intelligent public opinion were let
into the heart of It.
ecting the immediate causes which lie
behind the manifest result, and partly
for that reason, and also because no
argument, seems likely to lead to the
general acceptance of any of the.'
theories as the correct one, it seems
rather idle to bandy words about, the
matter. This would not be true, of
course, if it were the radical, underlying cause of recurring troubles in
the business and financial world that
the discussion was concerned with;
but the majority of our political economists do not go deep enough for that.
They are concerned with secondary
causes, which are symptoms of thc
disease and not the disease itself. Restriction, under various forms md
names, is the disease, but discussion
generally centres around some one or
more of the evil effects of the restriction and does not touch the thing
itself. It is us if one gravely advanced plans for the building of dry roads
across a swamp, and rheumatism,
from which the dwellers in and
aboul the swamp suffered, but carefully avoided reference to the beaver
(i-jm which created the swamp and
.sevtited the simple expedient of cutting the dam out, which would be a
radical cure for the whole evil.
There  are  signs  of  progress, however.   People are beginning to "get
w.yrm.'*' if onfc nia-j-- ooProW an expfess-
ior_ froru'a children's game.  The mysterious palavor of "high finance" and
the    old    platitudes   of    doctrinaires
about political economy are no longer
accepted tis the last word in the matter.    Also men are learning to count
in doughnuts rarther than in dollars.
A  properly   constructed and properly
cookeel    doughnut is a much    better
standard   of   value   than   a   el illar,
whether it be a 16 to l sliver dollar,
,' one of those rare coins, a gold dollar. A doughnut will satisfy -. certain
amount of hunger, so to BjJeak; it will
advance one a certain distant e t n the
road thai lead - to repletl m- and to
indigestion���and it will do that every
day oi every year. Hut the dollar
which would buy, say, a hundred
doughnuts two or thre ��� years ago,
Will not buy more than fifty or sixlv
today. We say the pric- ol lough-
nuts has gonee up, whereas the truth
Is thai the price of tin dollar has gone'
down, Now If people once grasp tha
idea that value is in the thing used- -
the thing that satisfies a need -and
not in the mere symbol er medium of
exchange���they will be bo much nearer the hear! of the matti r, \s one
writer on the subject puts it. people
have "grown accustomed i , look upon
ih.' value of the dollar as fixed, while
the values of things for which the dollar is given in exchange were supposed to fluctuate. Thus the man on the
fixed salary lias been expected to give
the same service for a dollar to-day
thai be did, say ten years ago, While
as a matter of fact the value of tho
���dollar to him today may not be much
more than half whal it was ten years
ago. Thai is to say, people have been
;:i the habit of accepting the label on
the dollar, just as they accept tie
la'ol on other things, without reference to the contents. If the presen'
stringency compels a more earful
and intelligent study of the money
question, the people will eventually
profit by it."
For the matter of that, people will
cent writer says that a Chinaman who
TO INSPECT DEFENSES
Manila, Oct. lid.���Secretary Tat'.,
will start for Subig bay at 12 o'clock
tonight to inspect the coast defenses
al the naval lease there, and will return here tomorrow night. He open-
eel the I'nivorsity hospital tUlg afternoon.
Mrs, Tafl was a guest at a bridge
whist party this morning. The local
police are making a crusade against
gambling and a policeman called to
inform the hostess thai the law
against playing for prizes or money
would  be enforced.
Japanese Steamer Wrecked in Storm.
Tokyo, Oct. 24.���A dispatch from
Mo,)!, reports that the Japanese
freight steamer Kokwo Maru, from
Hojgkong to Yokohama, went ashore
in a storm off Rishma and is a complete wreck. The crew was rescued
in a lifeboat. The loss of the Bhip
and largo is $700,000.
In compliance with the request of
a number of ratepayers, I hereby call
a  public meeting, to be hel i In the
Opera house, on
THURSDAY, the 31st inst.,
at  8  p,  ni.,  for  the  purpose of discussing  the  advisability   of    taking
Steps to secure tbe restriction of the
immigration of Asiatics into BrlflSh
Columbia,
VV".   II.   KEARY,   Mayor.
Mayor's office,    New   Westminster,
Oct 23, 1907.
DR.    MATMERLY
Optician and doctor of Ophth-
almolgy. Cures Nervous ani
Chronic Headaches by skillfully prescribed glasses. Parlors on Sixth St.,
Murchie block, New Westminster.
tho Delta land cannot i,e beaten    Oue acre ot tail rich
bottom land will produce as much    as    three
acres ot high
gravel  land.
Here is a piece of choice laml at a bargain:
8 acres, all cleared, in garden  and pasture,  6  ���    -    ��� ,���
tbis city, on the dyke road, 200 yards from Bunburj post offlce
and boat landing, Vi  mile fiom  school, has a  Bvi   house
in gooel repair, barn and chicken house, 8 oowa and I
good waterfrontage with wharf building,    boat  and  net
young fruit trees, a  good range all conn, ected.
Price .   -   $2250
$1250 eash, balance in one .ear.
Male & Lair
AGENTS FOR CITY AND farm property
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B C
Phone  335 p. o. Uo\ J
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Evening Classes in Commercial Branches
Will  be  held in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
W. J. SIPPRELL,
Principal
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART   TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
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Phone 250
Eighth Street
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LOOK!!
��� Lot .it Sapperton, near the school    $275: temsl
* Lot on Eighth Btreet, below Fourth avenue  5.35!
lots on  Sixteenth  St.,  near  the nev  tram line.$650 for the 4. termil
���
t   I.<;t.s on Fourth avenue, near -Eleventh Btreet
.$475 each, ttrmsl
I.ihiU nt  my Hal   before purch isfns
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS.!
! P. PEEBLES
Real
Estate
The
College Boot
collegeSI
. BOOTS J^
Prices
$3.00,
$3.50,
$4.50,
$5.00 a
pair.
Button, Lace or Blucher Style.
Patent  Calf,   Kid  and  Gun Metal Calf are the
Favorite I eathers.
The College Boot is now
largely worn by women of
t'ashkn.
The low tops and trim
style give them an out of
the ordinary appearance.
Among women, who know,
there's no style of shoe so
popular as the College Boot.
t 270 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 3071
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BUTTER!   BUTTEI
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Good Dairy,   in tubs 30c per lb.
Creamery in 14 lh. box 35c per lb.
Westminster and Chiiliwack  Creamery in
1 lb. bricks, 40c per lb.
SELECTED EGGS, 35c A DOZEN
WE WANT YOUR TRADE:
ADAMS y DEA1
1 &&VJ__^b_Jl__^^fe��Mfe&_i_0_?b4Wfe��*fe^Vt*WWfc._>MMWWfe4b4w% ���-.���-������. ������-������."..������-''..'���-,'.-".."-"--'- "������";."::""
We have an
Improved Double Corner\
On the car line, with two houses thereon, oratDtt
$32 per month, which can be haul for
$4,500.00
\ BOURNE y GORD01
Corner McKenz i and Columbia Streets
If you'll take note of the fact, you'll find that this Store always has just
the right thing, at the right time in Women's'jFootwear.
JOHNSTON'S
���BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd/
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
PACIFIC MEAT
MARKET.
R.  j.   McMENEMv
Colum il1 S1,
*xsBS^m
im   ;:;
New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE
A^X?1?.!?!?,? ,fru_ls I Hides Want*
A i tin'
rraser River To'1'!
Highest task P^
of every description, for any
purpose. Designs and Estimates free.
jChas.   H.    Rawson |
Room 4, 165 Cordova Street W.,
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
Also orders taken for Pointing. R|DAV. OCT- 25, 1907
SMITH
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
page jtve
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1. H, SMITH
The Cash Stores
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Where the Stylish Coats
Come From
200 Stylish
German Coats
Bought in bond at a liberal trade discount. This
shipment was ordered by a merchant who has re-
tired from business and the a^ent received instructions t<> dispose of the lot at once to save greater
[oss in holding over.
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FOR !
furniture!
Mrs. m
by her sou Ju^eph. leaves today for j not
���slum visit to Bellingham.
$20 Imported Coats for Women at $14.00
|15 and $18 Coats lor Women at 510,50 and $12.50
New Dark and Light Beautifully Tailored Tweeds,
Black Beavers and Broadcloths with trimmings of
nne silk braid.
$17.50 Coats for Misses 15 to 18, Small Women $11.50
$14.50 Ms for Misses, four sizes, at - - - $ 8.50
Fifty Girls' Coats in the very newest patterns at
For all kinds or cut nowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
Tiie Misses Whieideu, of Duncans,
11. C are Bpendlng a few days in the
city, guests of Uev. and Mrs. Magee.
Monsoon tea. 40 cents per packet,
ut the Home of Plenty, 255 Front
Btreet ***
The funeral of the hue A. c. Morrison, of Sapperton, took place yesterday afternoon, the Rev. a. Thomas, assisted by the Rev. J. Calvert, of
Mission, officiating.
Hand Sapolio for sale at Kyle &
-ions, Front street. ***
A meeting o! the police commission-
era win take place early next week,
when the sol ition of the problem laid
bare by AW. Garrett at the' last meet-
in., of tin. city council, will  be dis-
rus-'.'l.
Or. T, 11. Levey, dentist, Crescent
club building, Columbia street.
'I'll,   re ular we eklj meeting .ef Roy-
I Citj   lodge, No. 3, I. 0. 0. ]���'.. will
be held this evening in the Oddfel-
a pe
r cent, less than regular prices,
Buy your Flannelette Gowns and Wool Underwear at Smith's.    A big saving on every garment.
20 doz. Larye Size Gowns, regular 75cami 90c for 50c
Pure white, pink and assorted light stripe patterns, all fast colors.
yards Heavy Wiiite Cotton, at 10 cts per yard
The price of cotton in any form has rapidly advanced, in some lines the cost to us is double what
it was. Snaps are scarce, but here is one you will
not hear of again.
Full 36in.  serviceable, strong stock, 12 1-2 and
15c values at per yard, 10c
BLANKET SALE CONTINUED. Don' miss it.
We never sold so manv fine wool unshrinkable
blankets at $3.40 up.
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T. H. SMITH
267-271 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
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Langley...
57 Acres of good land,
$10 an Acre ;
|1 $500 cash, balance I and 2 years   J
Diamond &"corbould j
RESIDENT AGENTS
IJ G��rman American Fire Ins. Co.  and Empire Accident and Surety Co.
��� DOMINION   TRUST  BLOCK. |
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! An Easy Mark   j
| ]n the West End we have listed ten lots at the ��
following prices and terms. |
;        4 Lots $200 each or   $650jgrjjl��_i: |
6 Lots $225 each or $13n)JgLiigJ* |
I Wc will sell you the bunch for $1800, One-half cash, |
balance, 6 and 12 months.   These lots are
great values and elegantly stiuated.
McLEOD, MARK & CO. g
^ farm Land Specialist.,    -    New We.tmin.ter ^
lows'  hall,   when   Bevi ral  new  mem-   b.ea.d
its will be finally received Into the |
the better class of shows, but owing
to the  l;etter results you are obtaining,   I  have convinced  many  of ilu- i
Now  York managers that your town
could not afford to be overlooked, and e
if  conditions  remain  as  they are,  1 ]
will  be able to  give vou  more first-
class, companies than you are getting.
���John  Cort.      Extract    from    John
Cort's letter  to  Manager  Macgowan,
of the N'ew Westminster Opera: house.
Bulbs, hyacinths, tulips, narcissus.
chrysanthemums in pots. j. Muirhead, florist, Seventh ��venue. **
The militia basketball team is oui
practicing three times a week now,
ami expects to have such a start ou
the' city, the college, and other teams
by the time the season is fairly under
way that their rivals will never catch
up to their condition. So many young
fellows have manifested a deep Interesl in thee spun thai it is probable
that two teams wlll be formed at the
Armouries instead of one. which with
ui" city, the college, and the Crescent
teams, will make live organizations
mi ��� be lot eel leagu^.
Bulbs,    hyacinths,    tulips,    crocus,
chrysanthemums  in pots.      J.  .\luir-
llorisi,   Seventh  avenue.        ���*���"
Carpets,   Linoleums.   Oilcloths, Window Shades. Pictures and
Picture Frames, Go-Carts,    Lace   Curtains, Portiers,   Upholstering, Cabinet Work, Sheets.  Pillow  Cases, Blankets,    Etc
It will  pay you to try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.   73.
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET. NE WWESTMINSTER, B.C
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T. Davies &
Son, B- 20S- ***
"Tennessee's  Partner" is the name j
of a play which wlll be pul on at the
Opera  hous     onighl   bj   the Marjorie;
Rambeau   and   H nry   Esmond    company.   The. plaj  is said to be a good ���
one,   with   lively   situations    offering]
scope   for    Miss Rambeau's    breezy
sl age deportment.
Several of the weaker members of
the Rovers football nam having been
temporarily sidetracked, uml their
places'filled by men who are expected to make a better showing than
their predecessors, a good game t.;
expected on Saturday, when the locals
will meet the West han: island boys al
Queen's park. Kick-off is io he at
2:45 il m., sharp. The full team 13
.is follows: Goal, Barbaree; fullbacks,
Clark, Leamy; half backs, Arkwright,
Alec Turnbull, Peele: forwards, Hargraves, Ambrose, Bock, Besseter, Ma-
RUNNTNG  FOR THE FIREMEN
is a pretty poor  way of    protecting !,
your self from loss by lire.    The only
sane method of avoiding loss is to
PROCURE FIRE INSURANCE.
We represent, the best, soundest and
fairest companies in tlie country. Let
irs write yon a policy today. The
cost is but little, the protection gmat.
An ounce of foresight is worth a ton
of regret.
PRINTING
Have your printing done in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS BLCCK.
We sell Perfect Baking Powder, 35c ling;  spare men, Saunders,  Chrlstey.
per tin, at the Good Cheer Store, 255 Referee, .1. .1. Welsn, Vancouver.
Fronl Btreet.                                     "* ,���   ,           ,   ��� .    .                ...      ,,
Today   and   Saturday   we   will   sell
Joe Lin, a Chinaman fifty years of China tea cups and saucers for $1.2.1
ige, died yesterday morning from coa- per dozen;  this is a snap.    Adams ii.
sumption.    The body  will be shipped Beans.                                                   **
Lo   Chinee   by   D.   .Murchie.      The tie-
.    ,. The quarterly meeting of the Wom-
ceased   had   heen  a  resident   ot  this .,,,,,..           , ..        , -    .,.���_..
, ens Methodist association oi the.West
Citv   for   eri    pas    twenty   years,  ani ,,,,,,.        ,       ,        .         ,    ,
.   ,     ,      ,     . End  .Methodist  church met  yesterday
was one of the oldest ol the local co.-
afternoon from three to halt-past five
ou'  '"' Celestials' o'clock,   in   the   West   End   Methodist
Bristo soap for cleaning and polish- parsonage,  when matters    pertaining
lng  knives,  etc.,  10c per paceket,  at to   the  society     were    discussed    at
the Good Cheer Store, 255 Front St. ** length.      Over  thirty  members  were
present, these being entertained with
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
260   Columbia   St.
New Westminster,      ;    :    :      B. C.
YOU  REQUIRE   A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
Look Up
THE
While    descending
yesterday  afternoon.
Eighth    street
w. T. Cooksley
music,  singing  and recitations,  afte_ir
which  refreshments  were  served.    A
had   the  misfortune  to  slip   and  *all,jlevy  Qf  ten   cents  ig  ]na(,e  on  eftch
member of the association,  and this
striking his siele against a box which
he was carrying. He has since ex-
1 erienced severe pain when drawing
a deep breath, and it Is feared that a
rib may have been broken.
money was turned over to the secretary yesterday, yielding a neat sum
which will le devoted to missionary
work.
Fresh Alberta butter, 2 lbs. tor UJ    R.B aU ovei. fo]. this year    The ]a_
iat Kyle & Son, Front St. ***; crosse club he]d a flnal meeting last
Two of the members of the Rovers j evening and finished up the business
football club will he unable to take of  the  1907 lacrosse  season.    There
!part in the match on Saturday against  were $455.92 In accounts to be squar-
Westham Island owing to injuries bus- ed off and the secretary was ordered
tamed  during  last  Saturday's  game,  to forward checks to the proper per-
Ken   Hrown    is    suffering    from    a  sons  without  delay.      The  secretary
wrenched  knee  cap,  while  Craig   is  was  also instructed    to    tender the
still limping on account of a strained | thanks of the club   to the citizens'
ligament ln the leg. | committee which prepared the recent
; banquet  for the  lacrosse  club.    The
What about that endowment policy j grounds at Queen's park was also con-
, in the Mutual Life of Canada?   lt will glared, an(j a committee was appoint-
pay you to see S. W, Bodley ut 260 i^g t0 interview the chairman of the
; Columbia St.   This is the solid Com-  ^iU-\is committee of the  city  council
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
367   Columbia   St.
OPP. PREMIER HOTEL      Phone B278
rpOKSLEY'S
^^ Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and district
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamon's  Cigar  Divan
OT Advertise the town we live in 1 y
mailing Picture Post Cards to yovr
friends.
Notice!
A JMeeting  of the Liberal
Association will be held
in the
Liberal Club Rooms
���on���
Tuesday Nighl, October 29,
at 8 o'clock
To take up the question of
calling a Convention to nominate a candidate for the
House of Commons.
All Liberals in the District
are invited to attend,
J. REID, Pres.
J. W. MacDonald, Sec.
pany.
riout fifty or sixty Masons, men
hers eii tlie
New Westminster lodges,
will go to Bellingham this afternoon
I in a speeial car attached tothe afternoon southbound ox] Fesa, 1 he trip
��� [ng made tor the purpos i of
making a friendly visit to the Bellingham lodge of Masons, when degrees
will  be  conferred    on  distinguished
membi vs.     Tbey   will   return   On   the
Owl on Saturday morning.
Fine dairy farm of 100 acres, best
hlack soil;   part uuderdraincd. House
' and small barn; only eight miles
from New Westminster; good road,
for short time at $70 per acre.   Ab-
', uott & Hyde, next Guichon hotel, New
��� Westminster, B. C.
The gold medal donated by Mayor
Keary for the best scholar in the city
will be presented this afternoon to
young Creighton, oldest son of .1. W.
Creighton, who has been adjudged
the most brilliant youth in the public
.schools of New Westminster. The
presentation will take place ot thc
Centra! school, when the board of
school trustees will be present to take
part in the ceremony.
Now is your chance to secure the
choice of the 15-acre plots in best
fruit growing district of B. C; only 15
minutes' walk from R.R. station and
steamboat landing, and one hour's
travel to either Westminster or Vancouver. Price $60 nn acre and up; by
Abbott & Hyde, next Guichon hotel.
and endeavor to have some improvements  effected,  in   view  of the  fact!
that no  material improvements have
been made in fifteen years.
A street, parade with the New West- |
minster city band In the van will be
a feature of the Asiatic Exclusion
league meeting which will be held m I
this city next Thursday evening. Arrangements are being rapidly com-
; pleted by the local committee, aide 1
by the executive members of the Vancouver league. The Opera house has
I been secured, and Mayor ITeary h.h*
undertaken to Bli the chair. A iium-
\ ber of citizens have already been en-
I tered on the program for addresses.
', Vancouver is taking almost as much
; interest In the local proceedings a;
| Xew Westminster is. Arrangements
i have teen male with the B. C. Eiec-
I trie railway company to carry a large
j Vancouver delegation to this city to
���attend the meeting, and some of the
I Vancouverites will deliver addresses.
Mr. Employer
Royal Falstaff Worried.
l_ondon, Oct. 24.���The King of Portugal Is in grave monetary trouble ow-
ii)g to growing Insufficiency of the clv-
i il list.      Out of his embarrassment's
has  grown   a  complicated system  of
Irregular  advances  from treasury   to
king.   These now total $600,000 and a
decree has been published readjusting
j the  financial   relation   between  state
I ami  royal  hous...      Undoubtedly this
I a��t of  royal   absolutism    will   prove
very unpopular.
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMAN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE EXTENT. IF SO, I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN AND
THE COST IS MODERATE,
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.      ::     ::     ::     ::     "
A. W. IVIcLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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SEEKING A MAN WITH
A CLEAR CONSCIENCE
Explicit Description of Missing Brother Sent West by
Seer-guided Easterner.
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j Edison Phonograph
For a Song, Recitation or
Dialect Patter.
The Graphaphone combines all musical Instruments into a small compass���you may not be
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New Westminster s Music House
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Victoria, Oct. 24.���Mysteriously died by a fortune teller to seek hri
long missing brother on an island ! i
the north of Vancouver island. Daniel
Guilfoyle, of Dover, .\. ll., has written
the Provincial bureau of information
for assistance in his search. Thomas
Guilfoyle is the name of the missin
man. who was last heard of twenty-
eight years ago. He was then a y iu
In his tens, am! aa the writer affirms,
of "a smooth face aud a clear conscience."
The letter ju full is as follow.-:
Dover, N.H., r.S.A., Oct 13,1907.
Dear Sir���Will you please let me
know la there a man the name o:
Thomas Guilfoyle in your district. The
leal J heard from him was In 1879. He
a iu Leadville, Colorado. He said
then he was going farther West, and
may have drifted down your way
prospecting. I want to let him know
of the death of his parents and brother. He was very young, not out of his
teens, when he left his home here in
the East. He hud a smooth face und
a clear conscience then. If he is alive
he is about IS years old now. A fortune teller told me to look down that
way. I want to see if there is anything
__
to it. I would send a stamp for u reply, bul am told they would be no se
down that way. Please enquire if
there is anybody located on Guilford
island, in Vancouvi- island beyond
Quatsino Bound. Se_-e on the map.
Hoping that I may get a reply from
you, and wishing you all the prospects of the New year,
Very respectfully.
DANrBL GITLFOYLE,
Dover, X. H., I-. B. A.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $16UU; half
cash, balance terms.
Uits
1, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15,
160 acres, less 3V_. for new railway,
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
lee acres under-drain<' 1, ditched all
; round and fenced around and through
centre; 5 room house; barn 40x75,
sufficient feed for about 300 head of
stock.    Price $8000;   terms one-third
Fli11 -''������'���"'' ['":' !"'Stat,kl
of Regina ri,     tweeu J��Ji
avenues, wesi .    ...   *��
$400;   hall 8l
4  Lots     58x132  i
13th Btreet   $1200 cash.
I HOUSES   os l k,t, a
ri.
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16, 17. Iri 19. 20, 28i ''.''���. 71, 72, 73, 74   (.ash   ,,.,]  Ul .Mlit purchaser.   One mile   Sapperton; s
shod and 4  roon     kltchen JJ'
shed.   $1000 each, one-thlmTj
ance easy. ]
in Buburban
prices  rangini
and 77 of subdivision
block   14.  Sapperton
from $125 to $200.
C room house on Hamilton street,
One   lot;von Btreet=
from station on  new car line.
all modern improvements
from car line; lot 60x132- Price $1400.
$600 cash, balance in monthly payments.
S room house, all modern Improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sa perton, Price $2700. $1000 cash,
balance on time-
Lot  22,   block     B,     between     Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnar- j
full size $160u.
$y_ acres land next to Koyal Oak
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
stump on it, now in grass, 28 bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient $1050; half cash.
lumber to build good large barn, 5-
room house and barn and ^arge chicken house for about _.'50 chickens;
good well;  near to school and tram;
160  ACHI.S  about  two niih-s   from
Aldergrove station,   80   acres   cleared   cuj,j one-thir
an.l  partly  fenced,  good  house,   barn   months.
and stable.    Price' $16 per acre; $1761
cash, balance to be arranged.
l"4 ACRES, Iilock 9, Lot No, 2, Dls
Lot S;   south side of the  river,  neai
bridge.    $300;   half  cash.
2   LOTS.   132x132,  N,-W.   corner   0
10th Street   and   St. Andrews.   Pri<<
,77-flS Ar!;i-    lack loam J
ploughed and 1 ttd ^
]* Seer.    .    $75 per Jcre
���    i.ths
fj-ff-il
1
7 lots, 120x52, ra   ;,   sthAj
4  lots clean 1
house, 176 chlckei ]
price $1500, $1000
6 ACRES g< ,��� a
Lot   16,  con
and  Brum tti   . ,-;, si,]e.
roomed   hous.      earlor, dining ���
2 lots on 8th St. between   5th and  kitchen and three
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x   ed;   conservatory
132;  Xos. 9 anei  12.      Price $1000 for  heated by pipes;  well; stable;
both, half cash, balance easy. 15   bearing fruit   trees; considerd
' '��� -  bn
10 or 11 [eo I
all fenced-   Price $3500 . Terms $1600
cash, $1o00 in April and $1000 Apr,: .   ^ffiWWWWWW  St��Ck ""*? to ^ ��ut;,2 *$��
.     5 acres  cleared, light timber on
: 9~m
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Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art   Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
26 Pander St., Opp.  Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Bull Settles With Meyers.
<\    Seattle,  Oct.  23���Hosea  Bull,  post-
! master at Valdez island, was releasee]
from the city jail last night after he
, had effected a settlement with George
Meyers, of Victoria. 13. C, who accus-
ed Bull of grand larceny in the sum of
$3,500.     The   trouble   arose   over     a
j timber deal in which .Meyers, who .s
an Indian timber cruiser, claimed tnat
, amount   for his  part of    a    business
I transaction. Bull had started for
Australia and  when  Meyers heard  of
, it, he caused his arrest in Seattle,
Mail Service
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Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon.
I daily.
Millside  No.   1,   daily   except  Suu-
jday;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily   excepl
j Sunday;   Calgary and Vancouver,  N'o
2 (first mail C.P.R. east) daily. Mails
from  the  above  points    received    V.
j8:15 p. m,
Dispatched  by B.  C. Electric railwaj
Co., 7; 45 a. m.:
Vancouver, No.   1,   dailyexcept Sun
.days.   Return mail received I. a, m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8.45 a.m..
Cloverdale,    Nicomekl,   Port   Relit
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Blaine ano
Seattle (all points in Washington and
i south,    also    all    points   in   eastern
states),  daily except Sunday.  Return
i malls received at 3:30 p. m.
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I days. Return mail received Mondays
! and Fridays.
I Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway,
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! Central   Park,   daily   except   Sunday
Return mail received at 2 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:18 p. m.:
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'Return mails received at 1:10 p. m.
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Timberland, Tuesdays and Friday*
j Return mails received Tuesdays and
; Fridays.
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daily   (closes  daily  at  the  same
time during winter months:
Ladner,    Westham     Island,     Port
Guichon,    Steveston,   Sunbury.   daily
! except Sunday.    Return mails received from 9 a. rn. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Satur-
j day. Return mail on Wednesdays and
I Saturdays.
Vancouver, No. 3;  Victoria, No. 2,
I and Burnaby Lake; daily except Sunday.   Return malls received at 6 p.m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    at
2 p. nr,
I Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 p. m.:
To southern    points,    daily except
I Sunday.    Return mail 11 p. m.
J  Dispatched by C.P.R. train at 5:05 p.
m,;   mail closes at 4:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R. east, second mail). Return mail
received  at 10:35  a.  m.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2;
Coqultlam, daily except Sunday. Return mail received at 10:35 a. m.
following, or $3400 cash-
1 Lot 66x132 ft., S. 1-2 of S. lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 83x132 only $800, a
splendid  investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;   price |650.
160 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped.
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x2ri lean too llxris
and lean too 10x22; bara 30x32 and
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Roy-
1 al Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
ri
.r-.-rryc^ybybybryby^coy^yy
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between  7th and Sth avenues.
2 houses corner or Merrival and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 81,
lot 11 j one house rents for $25, the
other $10;   flush  closets  and  all con-
timber on I
malning acre;    all fenced;   4
���    from school.    l'rice $3000; hal! ea
ri . bal. in 1', months at 7 per cent.
l  Lot  88x132, 4th avenue, Uufl
$800 cash.
3 LOTS,    5, 0 & 7,   full sized!
cleared, upper ride of Bth Avenue, J
;���   tween 1st and 2nd Streets. Pricej
j each.
4 L��TS, 2 lots from 1st Street 1
j 6th Avenue on south siele. N'o, 35,1
37 & 38, full size.   Price $1100fori
four, or $300 each; half cash.
shed  20x30;   small  milk  house,  small  nected    with    sewers.      Price $3,500,
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing Cash $2,000,    balance in 6, 12 and IS
fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price  months at 7 %.
$6000;  $2000 cash, balance easily ar-'
Double tenement house, Ith Al
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot Price |1,7|
cash half and half lu 0 months a: *|
Rents for $10 each tiitiauL
ranged 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.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Ird
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, 8EWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
40 acres y_ section 14, N. ^ of Bj
of Tn. 2, about '���', miles from bridge)
Lots   14   and   15 ol   1  of 6    of     4   Haworth  road, Surrey;   house lid
(cleared.)    Price $500; for the two. 1-2  1 Vi storey house, 3 rooms finished,!
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent, other 3 ��jn he^add;;> u;^.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of with clover, red; fairly easily ctM|
1  _i�����>   1     d.i������ ��oti_. 1 9 _.ac_i.   >,-,'    One  mile   from  shingle m;ll.
3, cleared.    Price $275,  1-2 cash, ba-  $U()0;    termg  ^ ^   ^    -
ance, 6 months at 7 per cent. nionths at 7
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits Westerly 4, 11 of I Sub. Blocl
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on 132x132 corner 100 feet BQU��n; :
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally  located in  a cotunimandlug
-itnatioa;   Third   avenue, at   foot   of   10 acres,partly cleared; Kanaka cre
houses drawing $28 per month. Prii
$5,000, half cash, balance in 6 and j
mouths.
160 S.E.  M, of Section ii, Dist!
Firth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Too rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
27\-t acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1V6 storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring.      Balance I about   70   acres,   only   $25   per   acre
of    property    easily    cleared.     Price   Half cash.    Jump.
running through; good road; one I
north   of   Webster's corner;   shew
mill and P.O. at the west corner; tl|
ber worth $7 per acre; cedar and
4 miles    from    Port    Haney.   Pn|
$2,"100; terms $1,100 cash, btdancsl
$4,700;      $2500 cash, balance C
and 12 months.
This property ls only 14 mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
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.
06x132, with lane In rear;  part of lot   r;lnge<1-
set out with fruit trees.   Prlcp $2,750.      I-arge lot anil two cottages on 1
$1,500 cash, balance arranged. lumbia street, Sapperton.   Both rentj
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres  at $1�� each'
cleared;   barn  50 x 30;   stables, etc.;       One and one-half storey house ij
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000   full   8ize  lot,   situated north side
cash, balance easy. j Royal avenue and corner of McKinnj
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur, | "treet;  9 rooms;  bath room, hot 1
cold water, closet; woodshed; youa
bearig fruit trees; streets on thr*
���Ides;  fine view.    Price $1,800. fi|
7 lots Nofl. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house,   chicken    house,    175    choice ����d 3rd Ave., second lot from Q"����J
chickens; horse and rig; $1500 cash, j A���-.'    62x122 feet; all cleared;
price  |1
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queenl
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites In the city for sale exclusively
hy us. This magnificent property ls
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, 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 an]
First street, held at $1000); two iots
on'Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office'ou
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres In sec. 32. Timber, flr, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and Sth avenue;  2 corner lots
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 casb
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrlvale; all cleared. $1,200, $S00 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage is selling fast at this price.
No. 308.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnea St. $2,500; %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
No. 806.���9-rtfomed house, with bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms 14 cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No.   310.���9-roomed   House  and   bath
room,  Agnes  St.   $3,000;   %   cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No.   312.���8-roomed   House  and   bath
room, Agnes St     Price $2,500;   %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barnx30
x 32;   14-post  frame house  and  co*
stables, three In all, stable 8 cows and
2 Span horses; near Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged;  $2,000   refused  for   standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24;  hen
house made of hewed timber laid in
mortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of a life
veil
S LT*lil2 5�� Th' 7rlco t,me' ,9'000; ��4'000 CTBh> ba,��c�� *c
wso. cash.    Single lots at cash. per cent.
alongside and  back.
half cash, balance easy at 7
150 acres Improved land, t'U'ldi4
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale!
all under cultivation, $15,000. If J"!
can handle this, don't delay: it!
bargain; terms can bo arranged.
��"For the above four properties
special price will be maele to one P��
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th    St., between J
and 5th Ave.;    2 single and Hon6'
bedrooms    upstairs,    and u"lh Wj
down stairs; parlor, dining room,
chen and pantry.   Full sized lot *
ning back to Ash St.    Price $3,
$1,500 casi, balance at $300 per!
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots ou Fifth avenuej
north side between First and 36 1
streets, No. 5, 6 and 7. tJrlce '
each or $1100 for Uie three.
Full sized lot, north side of HI
llton street between Sixth and ''   '
streets; $226.
BurnftWJ
_        A  FEW-
ONLY.   One-quarter cash, balance
and 2 years at 7 %.
llotNo. 24 on 13th. street soutl
���Ide of 4th avenue.   Price $zw
Block 12 on 12th Bt,��Utj[J|jjjrf
full sized lots.    Price $*.����' ��"
cash, bal, 6. 12 and 18 months
4 lots on Fiftt Street, li   '-    W��J
Sub. 15. S. Blk. 18.     Wj1
r, months at 1 /�����
38  acres on   Mara road, -      .^
$160 an acre   FOK    *   " u
cash, balance "OCT. 25. 19=7
The Road to Success
**
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the day. The thrifty housewife examins the morning paper carefully before
telephoning he1 orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So Thai You
Mr ��� businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
ENDURANCE Of SIGNAL
CORPS UP IN ALASKA
Keeping of Telegraph Line
in Order is Gigantic Task
in Winter.
Seattle, Oct. 21.���Tales of the brav-
erj and endurance ot the signal corps
officers and men who watch the government line in Alaska aru coining ia
in official reports from the North. Tho
recent wire trouble on the Valdez-
Fairbanks line resulted in hardships
and exposure for a number of operators who, as soon as the line goes
down, must set out through the driving blizzards to locate and repair tb l
trouble.
Since October 8 violent blizzards
have been raging across tlie country
traversed by the Valdez-Falrbanks
wires. Signal corps men and mail
carriers have been the only persons
attempting a journey across the sum-
mil on this trail during the bad weather. Others whose business has called
them to travel this way bene been
content t<> postpone' their plans until
milder weather lessens the risk
death [rom exposure.
\ continuous patrol ot the line is
noi maintained, bul as soon a* an operator loses communications with the
station next to him ll is hia duty to
"el out to remedy the trouble, no
matter bow the storm blows or how
low is the thermometer. The lanl
line has been working without interruption since the repairing of the
trouble of last week.
Timber Notices
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District  of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE  that Harriet Ford,
��� of Hammond, B, C, occupation lady,
Intends to apply for a special timber
| license  over   the   following  described
I lands'.    In Xew Westminster district,
commencing at a post planted at the
north east corner of Timber Limit No.
SGG3, New Westminster Dist., thence
south Hi) chains, east 80 chains, north
SO chains, and west SU chains, to point
of commencement.
HARRIET PORD,
Per H. S. Ford, agent.
October 4, 11)07.
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W.   E.   PALE'S
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
It
|H lam the. pioneer Furniture and HoitBe Furnishings  Dealer.   Funeral
* D!    ' t and Bmbalmer, and 1 will sell you anything in my line cheap
11       rill give you better value than you can get In any other place
the   pjty
in tb
Try me.
Wall Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
Matting from 15c up. Linoleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretch-
ers, the best made, $2.25 per set. Carpets, all grades and
prices. Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and, up. Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
I All kinds of job work and repairing done ou shortest notice. Reason-
9 able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving dally.
I I have sold the block and am still doing business in the same place
I Jnl in the same old way.
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Surveyor
Ellard  Block.   New Wctttnlntter. 8.0
H STEW ARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK, NEW WESTMINSTER
Westminster Iron Works
Qfl.Nli.RAL MACHINHJ AND B.MUINR
WORK.
SUD' SMITH1NU, HUl-JU-U and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental   iron   worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders nnd correspondence In
2. TAKE NOTICE tnat Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special timber
license over the following described
lands on Texada Island, Commencing
at a post planted at the south west
corner of lot 15, thence south !s0
chains east SO chains, north SO chains,
and west 80 chains to point o_ commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
October 4,  1907.
.Ited.
JOHN REID,
BH.GB1M BTKHUOT.
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FLOU
icQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  doors   from   Geo. Adams, Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
j  Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double
| case, $7.50 up.
i Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic F.xnedition.   All warranted.
'  Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch   repairing;    charges   reasonable.
2. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special' Timber
License over tho following described
lands.
Commenc:ag at a post planted at
tbe south west corner of Timber Limit. 9S2S, thence west SO chains, north
SO chains, etis; SO cbains, and aoutb
SO chains to point of commencement.
October 4, 1907.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. 11. Ford, agent.
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
4. TAKE NOTICE that Harritt
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lad;.
intends to appply for a special Timbei
License over the following described
lands on Texada Island.
Commencing at a post planted at
the south east corner of Timber Limit N'o. 8838, thence BOUth Set cnains.
west SO chains, north SO chaius, anil
east SO chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET PORD,
Per S. 11. Ford  agent,
October 4. 1907-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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JUST RECEIVED CARLOAD OF
RIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BROS.M
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We Have Got Them Now I
Just to hand from THE OLD COUNTRY a large consignment |
of beautiful colored warm-lined Slippers. YOU SHOULD SEE $
THEM. The variety is pleasing and attractive, while the prices are V
suprislngly moderate. ���
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Again  we  have just taken out  of    bond  a  very  select consign- ^
ment of the famous Dick Waterproof Boots. . Boys'for School Wear, *
Men's for City Wear, Ladles' for Wet Weather.   For dry, warm feet ��
try the Dick Boot.   Only at . X
The Old Country Boot Store,  -  Columbia St. |
J.   STEWART,   Proprietor |
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY ,
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The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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\for sale.....
I       Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
! deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
t Eighth ave. and Second St
hone 333
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re lots a and G, of block 2, subdivision of parts of section 30, bloek 6,
north range 2,west New Westminster
district. Whereas proof of tho losi
of certificate of title number 131)79 n,
issued in the name of Frederick William Smith has been filed in this
office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, Issue a duplicate of the said certificate , unless In the meantime valid
objetion be made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  registry office,  New Westminster, B. C, Sept. 16, 1907.
5. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Pord, of Hammond, occupation lady.
Intends to apply for a special Timber
license over the following described
lauds.
Commencing at a post planted at
the south east corner of Timber Limit
No. 9S27, thenoe south 80 chains, west
80 chains, north 80 chains, and cast
80 chains, to point ot commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
October 4, 1907.
Phone 101
REICHENBACH
COMPANY,
LTD.
0. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, B. C, occcupation
lady, Intends to apply for a special
license over the following described
lands on Texada Island.
Commencing at a post planted at
the south east corner of Timber Limit
No. 9825, thence south 80 chains, west
80 chains, north 80 chains, and east
80 chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
October 4. 1907.
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia  Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
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THE DAILY NEWS.,
Friday, oct
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5 FINE LOTS
.r."xl.;2 to 2u foot an* and fronting on a 66 foot su����_t, clos* to
both Vancouver and Westminster city car lines; all slashed; goo 1
rich soil; graded streets. Price $200 each: terms $25 casn. balance
$10 par month. These are the only lots left in this district at anything .ike  these prices.
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WINDSOR SALTii ���
Canadian salt ��� guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantees the purity ol imported
salts. lm& oo having WINDSOR
SALT. "��w
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EARTHQUAKES IN ITALY
DESTROY VILLAGES
NEW WESTMINSTER, 8. C.
Seismic Disturbance Causes
Mutiny in Catanzaro Jail
���One Hundred Killed.
code which showed that no matter
who strikes in the first instanc. a
;*rson who strikes a blow at any
time, which is not necessary to his
self-defence, is committing an assault,
and battery.
The jury then retired.
The hearing of the suit entitled Insley vs. Gilley will bt- resumed at 13
O'clock today. J. F. H. Bole acting for
the plaintiff and A Whealler for the
defendant.
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save  you   50   per  cent
Ml r, SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B- C-
510 Richards St., Ph.me 2U6
FIRE INSURANCE
WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING   COMPANIES:
Capital
NORTH  BRITISH   AND   MERCANTILE  $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON       13.085,493
COMMERCIAL  UNION   OF   LONDON        12,166.666
LONDON  AND  LANCASHIRE     12,166,666
LIVERPOOL AND  LONDON AND  GLOBE        9,733,333
NORWICH UNION        5,333,333
TOTAL    $67,085,491
Further comment is surely not neces sary.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. m
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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1PAPERS
VV/E are opening
** another shipment of the Eaton-
Hurlburt Papeteries
High class goods.
Rome, Oct. _M.���The earthquake
shocks throughout Cambria yesterday
caused considerable damage, destroying two villages, but so far as known
only ten lives were lost. To add to
the desolation it was raining in torrents. <
The cathedral at Towre di Ge K it-
was thrown down, as was an ancit-nt
lower   which   had   withstood    al!  ths
earthquakes for centuries.
The confusion caused by the earthquake was increased by a mutiny of
the prisoners in tht Catanzaro jail,
which was subdued with difficulty.
The   troops   sent     with     the   relief
trains   to   the  scene   of  the   disaster
had  a calming effect  on the popula-
i tion.
The shock was especially severe in
the southern end of the peninsula.
Half of the houses at Ferruzzano and
Brancaleone collapsed and may persons were buried in the ruins. At
Sinopoli and St. Ilario several persons were buried and everywhere
panic prevailed.
A s;iecial dispatch to the Tribuna
save that one hundred persons lost
their lives in the commune of Ferruzzano, but there is no confirmation
at present of the report.
J. J. MACKAY y COS
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
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For Home Comfort
Purchase the
Monarch Malleable Range
The Range which received the highest possible honors at the Lewis
and Clark Centennial at Portland in 1905, and of which the committee of
award wrote, that Ihn .Monarch was given the highest award on tne first
ballot, and if there had been any higher prize offered the Monarch Range
would have received it.
HIGH   PRAISE   INDEED.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 AGENTS
CHINAMAN LOSES HIS
THOUSAND DOLLAR SUIT
(Continued from Page One.)
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   10S.
IT'S FINE!!
SKATING
AT
Imperial Roller
Rink
ENGLISH   BAY
Every Week Day.     Music
Afternoon and Evening
'Phone 3465
Pickard
China
JUST   RECEIVED   DIRECT FROM
STUDIO,     CHICAGO,    OUR FIRST
SHIPMENT    OF    PICKARD HAND
PAINTED CHINA.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
in the sum of |500 to keep the peace,
was referred to.
Mr. Reid sought to go into the cause
of the trouble, esi>ecially with reference to the dispute as to accounts, to
show that the Chinaman really believed Dr. Wilson was a liar when he
addressed him in that fashion, but he
was stopped by the court at the objection of counsel for the defendant.
Sir   Charles   Hibbert  Tapper    sum-
I nted   up   the  case    to    considerable
length, seeking chiefly to discredit t._i._'
| evidence of Mr. Livingston, who testified  positively  that Dr.  Wilson bad
'��� struck the first blow.   He stated that
! the  whole  case  as set  forth  by  the
I plaintiff was a fabrication and that the
; Chinaman was really the aggressor.
Jn summing up the case to tfie jury,
!;His Honor Judge Cane stated that it
I was a matter for regret that the case
| should  have  got  into   court or  even
| so far as  the  actual  striking of the
, blows.   The fact that the fight was al-
: lowed to proceed, with  half a  dozen
j men present, showed a very unfortu-
Jnate state of affairs.   The case hinged
largely on a decision as to which man
iia<l  struck  the flrst  blow.    Mr. Livingston, who claimed to have been an
eye-witness of the affair, was shown
to have  made the  remark  after the
assault  that Dr.  Wilson h.ad  cinched
him once and he would see that the
Chinaman cinched the doctor.
The prosecution seemed to havo
started from there. The Chinaman
went to Vancouver the next day, evidently for the purpose of Instriieiin;;
counsel, and then returned home and
spent two weeks In bed, for which he
I w,as now seeking to obtain damages.
The whole case seemed to have been
rushed Into hastily with the idea of
obtaining satisfaction from the tloct-ir.
The jury wa.s then sent out to consider the evidence, but was recalled
for further instruction on a point
raised by Mr, Held. Counsel for the
plaintiff   quoted   a   passage   from   the
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Pocket
Knives
See   our   line   of  this
celebrated make of En-
lish Cutlery
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Electric Railway Service::
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 mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
Cars leave tram
City  Line:
office on the hour, twenty 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 between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
;; British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ;:
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price. On
this basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell. Our flrst aim is to supply
our trade with dei>endable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost- We are Invariably successful In both these intentions.
r. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83.
Ladies!
NOW is  the time to  begin your Py-
rography work for Xmas presents.
Plenty   of
WOOD TO  BURN
-AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Chiiliwack  Special
...IMPROVED FARM...
90 acres, 70 acres cleared and under cultivation, or in  meadow;   the
remaining 20 acres in alder bottom land; good house (nearly new); large
barn, etc.; situated 2V6 miles from to wn on flrst class road.   The land produced 3% tons of hay per acre this   year and other crops In proportion.
THIS  SPEAK8  FOR   ITSELF.
Price $9500.00 Easy  Terms
We Invite You
TO OUR-
Thanksgiving
Linen Display
A bright, cheerful showing of
snowy white Linens of every description takes place throughout our I
main store
During the Next Ten Days
We have now in stock the largest assortment
of Staple and Fancy Linens that  we have ever I
purchased.
To show to all lovers of nice Linens (and who
does not appreciate such),   that we have the most
comprehensive range ever seen in New Westminster!
is our reason for extending this invitation.
You wlll find the goods displayed in every conceivable space���in the Windows, on the Ledges, |
Counters, Show Cases, Linens, etc.
Realizing, also, that between now and Christmas thousands of people in New Westminster and,
vicinity will be looking for Christmas presents, we
feel confident that this exceptional display will
result in our mutual benefit.
To fully realize the importance of this display
just take a walk through our store during the next
ten days.    Any information we can give wilJ b��|
gladly given.   Ask about any want you have in
Table Damask, Table Sets, Napkins,
Drawn Linens, of every description;
Teneriffe Pieces, Poylies, Embroidery and Round Thread Linens, for
fancy work; Handkerchiefs, Towels,
Towelings, Aprons, in fact every
article of Linen for household use.
That we have the goods you will need now or
later on we feel sure. As to prices, we leave you
to judge.
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
LEADERS IN  MILLINERY.
247 Columbia Street, - ��� New Westminster
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... House of Quality ��� \
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Just Arrived
A Full Line
of
Soft Shirts
Latest Styles
in
Clothing
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
CASH CLOTHIERS
Jj,   P. S���TRUNKS AND VALI8E3.
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J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 119. office, eighth Street,
NIW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Westminster
Transfer Co*
Office 'Phone 186.      Bam 'M���' l!7
Columbia 8t
Baggage delivered    promptly w W
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulim
Offi so���Tram Depot     .***

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