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 f&*   ���   ,*%\
rite, Shiles & Co-
FIRE INSURANCE
ktf WESTMINSTER, B. C
f^M�� 2. NttMBER 220
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
-'umbia St. Phone 85
re #_,
NEW WESTMINSTER B. C, MONDAY JtfORNING, SEPTEMBER 23, 1907.
1(�� CENTS .��.,;>\\ EKK
|fm PREPARATIONS   MEDICINAL TREES
TO A CLOSE  ON VANCOUVER ISLAND
Park Scene of Un-
Bark Shipped South For Use
been
mini   Activity   for   Past     In   Manufacture  of Pro-
Week���Entry List Closed,     prietory Medicines.
MUST FACE
CHARGE Of
FIREMEN'S CONVENTION SPECIAL SERVICES
COMES HERE NEXT YEAR
AT ST. ANDREW'S
i
fi i .be Provincial i ������
.,;. one week from
.    nearing    com] letlon
��� .. a flays bi vi ral gang
.,��
mm have
continuously em-
, grounds clearing up
ag cattle pens, cutting
... Ilj Improving the ap-
. .:���    Activity around
. ���. .   in ibe Industrial
��� Increase, i nd sev
.   kepi  busy answering
. entries and giving
I. to i thibltors.    According
1 . .. di :��� as governing ihe ieg-
L ��� , ���. ���. the lisl e losed on
I   .: . and   no   more  entries
^ i | :,.   eceived,   but  it genei
��� entries   straggle' along
....... after tbe list in sup-
^e.l ti    lose, i :i I    exceptions ere
_..'.:i..-   I
S  entrli    will be received  by the
loagemenl  oi  tbe  Kennel  club ex
Ut aftei thi   24th Inst.     Tins de-
being attended to by U
rant of the  N'ew Westminster cluib.
Beautifying the Surroundings
;:.��� |m]    ������ n< ol - to the buildings
tbi gn      ���  an   of an  ��� itenslvo
ba li ���    ei   the  skills  being
jdrely m��    A gang of carpenters
been  BteadBy engaged   in   this
|:k loi Beven i elays.
The plan 'be celefhration ami
entertainment of visitors have
In going merrily on, and ibe props should ��� completed within the
p couple ei da) b
Longboat   Is a Quitter.
nndi ��� Btood that Longboat, the
I Ind an   runner of Hamil-
���iii ol hits partially
��� ��� ��� igi ment with the R- A.
ng Ch&ndSer of Van-
- of ''algary to com-
action has, bowev-
|'��' a red  which will probably
inning event, even with
I    fi Indian at the scratch.
White vs   Oriental.
b thi      ��� stling match for ihe
f il   ib<. world   between
I en and Prof. K; nads
T
Ridden away in tb.   Imm< ase belti
I Imber on Vanco ivei . land an   I
������ fo ind small Irrei tchi    11 a
i;. e  known as the Callfoiala black-
��� boi 'i. a species <*: thi   sagra la I
't:     iai.. ol wbicb b ���- medicinal val-
1 lascarets,  a  wi It  .    idvei
proprietory medicine, h  largely man-
il i ��� ired from the pulvi rl ed bark ol
:]--���  trees ���- i    The M*i] and Empire, Toronto, is
Somi   tew months ago a companj   eloquen1 to condemning electoral veft-
'   3i d  !���:  iu Isco  capitalists became
Inte . -'. el   in   the   marketing of  fhe
bai __ oi tie. te trees, and organizi i a
Bombastic Talk of Political Purity on Part of Opposition
Leader Merely Screen Behind Which He Seeks to
Hide His Own Twisted Conduct-���He Stands Charged
With Corrupt Methods.
Chief Watson Elected First Large Congregation Hear
President of Newly Formed; Pastor Preach FirstSermon
Association-Papers Read.     of Fifth Year's Ministry.
company for the purpose of securing
ail tb. available supply on the island.
Timbei cruisers were sent out in all
ctions, with instructions to report
to the Victoris office at regular mter-
-,:.'. respecting the success they wen
meetlni in their expeditions. After
.' few week8, the promoters were sat-
��� Bed that there were sufficient ol
theBe California blackthorns to make
il worth while to establish camps
throughout the districts where the
timber  cruisers   had    inspected,  and
ali'..' and burls thunderbolts of abuse
nt  i.e.   Lilbenal  party     for accepting
ampaign contributions from contrac-
Th<   Mail   and   Empire may   be
-.   led as the leading Conservative
newspaper ln  Canada.    Referring to
this subject, it says:
"It was proven that in order to se-
cure the  return of a minister of the
Crown, the contractors were lined up
nd I  : ed to contribute money, which
wes used to buy voters b yiwholesale."
Tories Corruption  Fund
Liberals hold power by fraud- He
does not, however, tell the people
what happened in his own case at
Halifax last election- It i. alleged
that such corrupt methols were employed to secure Mr. Borden's election
that should the matter ever come tee
trial the evidence would Ibe stiffi :ien1
not only to unseat, but to disqualify
the leader of the Opposition- Mr,
Borden was defeated at the polls, but
this fact would have no bearing upon
, the question of qualification.
Mr. Borden's Inconsistency-
Mr Borden cannot advance any claim
. to consideration on the presumption
' that-under bis administration politics
Mr.  Borden  harangues the electors   wiii.be cleansed- He is charged  with
two hundreel white men were engaged ; of Canada upon the same lines-   He  corrkpl  methods In attempting to se-
to start work immediately. bases nts arguments on precisely th$}curajhls own election in Halifax, and
Alter 'being out in the woons for same premises, ami demands that the the trial has been postponed with bis
something like seven weeks, the met Conservatives be placed In pdwer to consent- He accepts the services of
decided  that the work    was not  to, the end that there may lee purity in   Geo-JE. Poster as an advocate of the
cautlf of purity, while knowing thai
Mr Foster has been condemned by a
Royal Commission for juggling with
trust i funds���and Mr. Foster isa pros-
pei rtVe memlber of any cabinet which
Mr. Borden would form. He accepts
the services of Messrs. Fowler and
Lefuflgey, who, upon a former occasion, accompanied him In a political
tour and who improved the opportunity 'A speculating in land with the
active assist.mce of certain exalted
railway officials whose dealing! witn
members of parliament were of an
ez 1  iHive character.
Borden Contradicts Graham.
The letter which Mr. Graham of the
Montreal Star says Mr. Borden wrote
him has bul one meaning, l; was a
clear Indication to the man who was
finding the money that he sho . i ��� >
the ii  taste, and quit   They were im- elections, honesty in dealing with pub-
mediately   replaced    with   Japanese, lie funds, and economy inthe man-
ami   i<ria..   there-   is   said   to   Ix-   ovm agenient of national affairs.
five hundred Nipponese at work strip- What is the Conservative record in
ping the trees of the bark, rolling it this connection? (Jeo  E. Cartier, writ-
Into bales and shipping it to Victoria,' ing to  Sir  Hugh 'All.in  saiel:
whence it is re-shipped  to San Fran- "Dear   Sir   Hugu,���The   friends    Of
cisco, and thence to the maniflactorj th.  government will expeci to be as-
of llu-  medicine company- Bisted with funds in the pending elec-
One peculiar feature of the work It Itions; and any amount which you or
ihe-   secrecy   with   which   it   has   been . your company shall advance for lhat
carried oij    Apparently the only men purpose shall li.e recouped to yon.    A
who are aware of the work Which Is memorandum of    immediate require-
belng done are the officers of the com- ments is beJow.   Yours very truly,
pany, tbe men in their employ, and a ("Sgd-)    GEO- E- CARTIER-"
lew   timber  cruisers and   prospect Now Wanted
wuee bave fallen in with    the    lurk- gj3 j, |ln  \. Macdonald ....
strippers during their wanderings on    ;,,,   Mr.   Langevin	
the island-   It la from a timber crtois-   g[]   Qeorge   ED-  Cartier	
ei   : centl)   returned from the island   sir John  A.   (add'l)	
thai tbe Information em odied In this :p:;i.   .j,    Langevin   (add'l)
"tti li  : ia   een   ���   ired    Que tl o< i   g|,  j,   g, c  30,0011   lispose of it thai it could not be tolas ti   the reason  toi this apparenl i Thia is historical and exposes tbe'   lowed-    rib,   all  this secrecy unless
.,       i be for-: ,: ' '  '     iry sei      .', the timlber man blatant criminal effrontery of the Con-    ae fundawere for dishonen purposes?
il and signed today-          remarked  thai   is   tould not accounl sedative party, who did nol hesitate   >���.���,,.-.. ������.-.]...��� knows there a     legitimate
All Sosce Taken  Op.
(25,000
15,000
20,00'J
10,000
10,0011
New  Westminster has been bi
ed as tne meeting place of the annual
convention of the B- C- Aaaoclatlon
of Fire Chiefs and Foremen  tor 1908.
This was done after a pressing invitation bad been tendered the fire chief;
eeliel  Bremen, assembled at  Nelson for
th< firsl annual convention last week,
by Chief J. il. Watson, of this city,
who has the honor of being the first
president of the new association
Next year's convention will most likely take place during the beginning of
October, or on whatever dates may
be selected for the annual provincial
exhibition.
The meeting of the association was
very harmonious throughout .anil the
delegates settled down lo work from
the Opening to tiie eiose of the convention- Several interesting and Instructive papers were read and discussed ami a great deal of business
transacted- The following officers
were chosen for the Term: President,
Chief J. H- Watson, of New Westminster; vice-president, Chief A- E- S>av-
age, of Grand Forks; treasurer, Chief
.)��� P.Fink. Cranbrook; secretary. Chief
Thomas Deasy, Nelson. Executive
committee, Chiefs Knight of Chiiliwack, FOOte of Revelstoke, and McKay of Kamloops. Transportation
committee, Chiefs Joseph Martin, J-
W. Nunn and D P. Kane. Finance
committee, Chiefs D. McDougall, A-
Jeffs and E- Latham- Votes of thinies
were tendered Mayor Gil'letl and lhe
city council, the dally newspapers and
the 200,00.'i club of Nelson on the la -1
day of the convention- The C P rt-
and other lines were also voted thank's
and Chief D��as;. of NT"rinn WM i.-'oi.-
ed for a vole of congratulation on the
success attending the work performed in bringing the chiefs of the province together. Thursday afternoon
the visitors enjoyed a ride on a sp
Clal car to the .electrical power hei I {__
it i'e anington Pal ���--���
Special service, were held last evening in St- Andrew's church to mark
tbe fourth anniversary of the pastorate of the Rev .1 8. Henderson- Tne
edifice was well filled, and the congregation listened with interest to s
discourse on the subject, "A great
church and its great work.''
Mr- Henderson referred to the worn
that had been carried on in connection with St. Andrew's church eluring
the last four years and stated that
while tbe.y bad not entirely met With
plain sailing, yei good progress had
been made, anel be hoped that still
greater achievements would crown
their efforts in the years that are to
come- The speaker made a vigorous
appeal for more regular attendance
on the part of the congregation-
"There is no enthusiasm In empty
pews." declared the minister, "and  if
j you w.ant gooe] sermons you will have
to inspire the preacher bj filling the
pews-"
| The subject ol the.sermon had ref-
| erence to the church at Antioch which
I was established by SI- Paul soon after
the dawn of the Christian era- The
enthusiasm and missionary zeal shown
by the founders or the church and
those later associated with if. was
used b.v the speaker to point a lesson
to modern congregations.
A special collection was taken up
which will lie used In carrying out repairs to the interior of the church,
tinting the walls, varnishing the
woodwork, etc The sum of $150 wns
asked for, but the congregation showed Its generosity Iby placing $194 VI
on the plates.
t ir it. unless the t 11  thai  it
the
f- Hie R- A- & ]   society
I I* held evei    tew days until the
��� xhlbition,  to enab e
I   ��� ers Of  the   board   Of  di-
I -in   touch     with    the
J forward.   All space
I ie,- >,,.��� taki n. and
1  ! ; ' '-     foi   OUtflide  space
' menl   Intend   letting
'���: ���  ��� -       ted for.
r'UNE 'OTORS AND
STEEL   CARS   PROPOSED
'   22 -   Motlvi   pow-
���   Harriman  railway
��� hu i It . have rec-
ition and use ol
-.I- h     > .i the
pi i itice of the men emj loyed by t be
���ir, to first ft l and strip the
I: es, and then si ir<   timbei license fro ml he - ������ iment, might
'i. .��� .-omething to do with it- 1 hi
company does not deal In the usual
class ol timbi r, and once the medicinal t - ba ��� ���   tn en stripped from
a  limber limit, Il  Is either   sold o
aban toned I i latei and more orth   :  i
dealers in logs.
made on the'
������ . I ments on
i cars  ri duoe the
al out   one holt,
' cks'and fire's are
��� commi miation-
sage and mail cus
, made       3a.   imenti
���in not.
DQ
Ishn's   Ideas
Toronto, Onl . .Sepl   22���Mr.  ishii,
resi nta tive   of  tbe   J ipanese   for-
, offlce,  v- bi     ���       ' ' Cana li
the pur] f < -ere- In    Into i     i-
omic oonditions on bi bait e.r his j   -
. i nment, blame    Clans lian laibor  in
i,.   thi    - .-., asl Japai
Ib or     Wben  aske i If he    did
t bink  thai  one cause i ( the trou iie
in the wesl ���        e hi i counl
to sollcil  funds for ccrrupi  purpo
:::      pros lective contractor of I -
_   ^ernment    Sir John A- Macdoni Id
did   ne.;   bi   Itate  to ask for anothi
V   000, saying  It   would be the b-
. ol   ailing, and tb<- money wa - -
be used tor debauching the electorate,
, od   afterw irds   the public   treasury
was to be tooted thai hte contrai toi
nlghi i -  repaid.   This was an expr a
n utlon oi  ib" contract���all m me
,������;,. to be n cou] ed and there was on-
���II' soui ce from which Buch su
. | be reooupe I, and that the tr> is-
i: y of Canada
Tories Corrupt  Electons
���| in- Mail alludes In the same artl-
;.-   to   the   Wesl   Hastings  election,
;lng thai   th i  ballol   boxes were
��� i  uiuli nt    Lei us consider a parallel
     In the Easl   Hastings el< ctl m
Aylesworth, Liberal, defeated White,
Conservative, by ten raajoritj On a
,.,..um  the trial Judge allowe i  i al
Wll'T'
While'   ha I
ai,.-  and proper campaign i xpeni i
Then, why conceal the destination ol
the f in is.'   Why fear publi dty?   Mr.
Borden  is a politician, also een emin-
in!   lavi yer, and  be  ;-. ��� w  ������> hat  pro-
��� ss ivould I e safe, and bi  gave the
��� -i lit of hi ��� ee Ivic ��� It is Interesting in this connection to note thai the
owner of the great Conservative pa-
er, the Montreal Star, Baj a one
Ing, and the leader of the ���' nser
vat Ive party gives to bis Btati menl a
categorical denial. It reminds one of
tue old adage, "When thieves fall out
honest  men conn,   .y their own."
Electors Are Not Foolish.
To buiid over the governmenl of Can
in to  the Conservatives    would be
tantamount  to entrusting a  flock of
to a | ack of wolves.   While tbe
i' ex-1 pval Ives   were  In  power    the '
-���- ire ion only guill i of ev ry form ol
itical rascality, but they speni mi:-
ons more each year than Canada bo I
��� 'icing iu, with the ri ��� 'it thai e bug
public de-bi was Imposed on the peo-
The contract for nn addition to Hie
New Westminster asylum was let Saturday to Mr. Hoy of Vancouver- ' A
new roof and a portion of a second
storey will be added at a coBt of
$12,000.
SMITH'S TALL EXPLAINING
IS NOT CONVINCING
mosi
men work 1 ��� ''".���
whin,  man,  mi    Ishii   replied In '' u '"
negative and  said  he   knew  thai   .- ' " :  ���"''      '    l;"i;'   ''        *  '""l"i   ' " :   '
iiiuiiy cases laborers from Japan g"1
last   year
OH the const.    Steel
1   o    recommended.
' Sing today the
inch ' "'' r'i"  motor cars  on
'lie' Pacific coast,
imi ih- cars in use
ls Plann j
as much       othi rs.    While he i   il
not  speak  foi   I i    future,  Mr.  Ish I
Bald be though! more Jai anese wi i   I
come to Canada
(Continued on Page Twj.)
ARMED PEASANTS ATTACK
HOME OF COUNT TOLSTOI
boslble.
Fowler
pNinghj
Really   Mad.
' - Sept. 22.-
-A-  lv
i . ":i I campaign man-
km,' JJ   '       I    Exclusion league,
poona^ i;"1" xeBterday at-
n,.,,,  , marked with    numbers   on I
one  poll
lots in another poll where Aylesworth ' country bas la/bored to this moment.
!,  ,|    i   majority,   giving     Ihe   Seat   I '
White iby 22.    By this Juggling with
he I allots, the' i e il was lost to th '
Liberals. The method was deadly, ani!
the will of the people was thwarted.
Take' the Haldimand case.   By one
of the most disgraceful Incident* of
corruption   ami   fraud  ever  known   In
Canadian political life, whal was considered a Bate LitoeraS seat  was re
duced to a majority of L3, which wes
converted Into a Conservative major'
and in con- j)y 0{ one on a recount Tbe trial
up construe-  developed  thai the Beal  belonged to
thi
lodge,, i      "'aco'1 unil,'r arre8t
P1*"! to v,    :':" ''""n,y jail    n"
Ln���,.. ' ',        :i yachl and go oul
plared ��� '   Seet. which be
[erica    n "   !:     W:,y   '"   at lack
j'w���;in(|   ' '' ;|   '"" llebl   f0r ,a .my
Im at St   , " """"���itted to the as-
';1  where it is likely
Is-  I.;,.,   *    '"'   '"maineler   of  his
rtou : : ""' oasesagalnsi
""coun 6n ' Bm,Mafl '" the su-
'i'i.. to '" '"''"" found li im-
I'H';,,.,,.,'" IdentiflcaUon  ot
1 '   the
Hill Is Rattled.
Winnipeg, Man.. Sept. 22.���II is 0
current, report fn railw;i\ circles hi i
thai James -l Hill Is nol well pleased
over the action oi some Wlnnipegers
in criticising Hi" entry of the Great
Northern Into Wlnnipef
sequence he Is holding
. lion work for a time. He is saiel to t)l,, [jfogral, he being lawfully electedi
have, anticipated an enthusiastic wel- imt ,|���, Conservative wrongfully held
come for bis road, and Instead be lt through corrupt means- ,
read reports of the meeting of i ite- |n ,),,, west Northumberland cafl",
payers to protesi against the damage Hargraft, Liberal, was declared duly
to property, etc It is also stated that e]ected by 88 majority- Affer this
Mr- HiM i- averse to spendlnR money s,,m,. |.,.rSon tampered with the fonl-
on crossings which he bas been led
to believe mighl Ibe demanded, Judg-
���   mob.
si. Petersburg, Sept. 22. Di ipatch-
1 s from Moscow to 1 \. b ii ol two attacks mi ib.. home of Counl TorttoJ
ai Vasttnya Pollan, suppose 11, 1..
| pea vints. <ni the ni;;ln>- of 8e; temlie'
IT and LS. Tbe men we're- armed with
nuns and upproached cloae enough to
fire at the residence and break Bever-
al windows- They were repulsed b.v
the Tolstoi gardeners and household
servants before they could do : inner
da 111 n Ke.
No explanation of the a;tack is advanced.    Tolstoi  has been  a conslst-
<��������� 01 ge \ Smith, western repri
.-��� ntali.e il the Canadian Amati ar
'��� ��� ��� ���; inion, who ba Btriven 90
ni il; to break up the lacrosse tourn-
amenl which bas been Arranged for
exhibition week, has ei two-column
letter In the Sunday New3-Advertiser
explaining bis position with referen
to the question of allowing professionals to play amateurs. The BUbStance
Of his epistle is that he objects to
amateur 1 earns playing an announced
professional team such as the Tecum-
Beb team Is known to be, for the reason thai it would be s violation ol 1 -
C. A- a. I', rules, which safeguard
pui>' amateurism.
In oni portion ol bla letter Mr
Bmitb stati : Coming to tie, question local . i li un mni;. put- ,1 facl
thai many oi the boys In tb.' lacrc si
" lh 1 receive money"; and In an ith
��� r place: "Il li aoi too late to tall tho
T.'ciimseiis tn stay nr home, Tbe
money thai the exhibition bus to
spare- chi well P.. |,ni up tor -I  Bl :
Columbia tournament"
11 a    ea  ���   1 ordln ...   In i! -
Rl thai i1 ie is b sin, looking through
the CA.All. glass, leer the Tecum
sebs to come to British Columbia in 1
gel money tor pJaying, it should also
in' improper tor the const teams to -.- I
together und play tor money, yet Mr.
Smith by llis letter condemn* the "for*
trier and condones the latter, (iis
loiier is so lengthy ilia' h ��� probably
became iiiu'ielb <l ainl forgot Ills text-
Up lo the present, no action has 1 ������ 1
taken by either oi the three Brjtlsn
Col bill teatoa to   conform to Mr,
Smith's wishes, and it is probable
that no notice will ne taken-
Ins by the
press.
mi.
of    the   local
Th.. regular meeting of the Women's auxiliary of the Royal Columbian
b ispitai will be held this afternoon.
lois, and after taking genuine ones ent friend and advocate of the peas-
substituted liogus ones, sufficient to antry and lias even risked expulsion
lose the Liberal his seat- The trial j from the empire by bis efforts to
judge 'refused to give effect to the j Indue, about reforms,
fraud,thus nullifying the conspiracy. | It has been Intimated that reaction-
Mr. Borden's Hypocrisy. j ary Influenoes are behind the attack
Mr.   Borden   is  going  through  the j S< veral   arrests  bav9 been   made  by
sou
utry  tell.ng  the  peopla  that  the
police.
Coming Where Wanted-
Winnipeg, Man., Sept- 22-���The Inst
of the harvesters for the West reached  here  yesterday.    There  were  !Ulu
men.      The  majority of    them  went
through to Moosojaw, and it ls said
that a large proportion of those going
to that point will go lo the mines of
British Columbia-    Many of them on
the train  were   from  tho  mining  re-
I in the Kast and were anxious
to  gel   to the mining country of the
I '.'.Vs:.
JAPS FIND IT GULLING TO
BE CLASSED INFERIOR
���"���-          .��*f'V
"It is useless to lalk of excluding
the Japanese from the Llnitcel Stales,
limiting the number that are allowe I
to come here, or in any way interfering with their free righl to cross
the Pacific and domicile theiMjetatei
in America- They will come here" T--
Is their righl to and no one on ear: ?
has any righl to keep tbem out, ll '
of all the Americans. The Japan 10
are a peaceful, lnw-abidlng people an I
are nol seeking conflicts with any nation, but they wii! not avoid one it
Iheir rights are deliberately taken
from ihem.''
The foregoing is the opinion of J.
ilusbiguchi, b Japanese, who is here
studying the situation from the standpoint of his own country- He >' ell eves
that Christianity bas done much tor
thi citizens oi ,;iii countries 1 bai pro
less thai religion.
"But," l"' said, "its votaries have
evidently hot   yel  learned  te> del jus;
Ice t" aii mankind.     The Japanese
have' proved themselves on the battle
field, In th.' laboratory and behind th��
counter the equal ot any nation on
earth and it la rather galling to be informed thai we are Itill unfit to mingle with the Anglo-Saxon and that  we
aro competing unfairly with American labor. In all brandies of learn
ing we have shown advances during
the past few yean that the Western
world has been forced to nelinire, if at
a distance, and yd the Western world
says we are Until to associate with its
children In the schoolroom If we
were stolid and stunned,human brothers to the ox, we would not mind this,
but we are conscious of our strength,
conscious of tbe fact that we possess, and rightly, the respect of the
civilized world, therefore can .you
wonder that we resent the insult to
our pride involved In the intimation
that our children are unfit to associate with any others.
"I hope lt may never be necessp'y
to prove our right to equitable treatment with tbe sword, but if the issue
is forced every eon of Japan is ready
to respond to the call of arms. Natural law haa decreed that there shall
be the utmost freedom of travel between the two countries and hoodlums
esiawittjpjHMAJt,*' - .,���..-���',.,.���,,���'
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1 PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY
jEPt
23,
SILVER
JL2JL
iooo
Unless silver is 925-thousandths
fine it is uot Btreling. The Dutch
si'.ve :��� and 1 grade of French silver,
termed Depose, are only SOO fine, ami
therefore not sterling silver.
As manufacturers we use only 923
fine silver- Our silverware is largely
exclusive In design and always heavy
in weight We make twelve complete
patterns of spoons and table forks and
every article seen in silver, large or
small.
For wedding or presentation gifts
elo not fail to look over our stock .
Henry Birks & Sons Ltd.
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers, Corner Granville
and Hastings Street.
GEORGE   E   TROREY.  Managing  Director.
Look Up
THE
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
367   Columbia   St.
OPP. PREMIER HOTEL       Phone 0278
BORDEN MUST FACE
CHARGE OF CONDUCTING
CORRUPT CAMPAIGN
or  who  was willing to do the ���work,
and  secured a campaign contribution
of   $25,000.      In   the  Esquimalt   dock
e    i-   the  contractors  made  $240,979,
and gave back $27,000 to the Conservative  campaign  fund-    The Ctirran i
bridge 31 an lal ooat tbe people of Can- [
,1.   $270,0,00.    The  McC.reevy Lange-'
v:n affair cost the ratepayers of Can- I
ada a flat $700,000.
Humiliating   Spectacle-
This is tbe record of the Conserva -
j tives, and to this party���a party which
! was -literally   swt^it   from  power  for
I corruption, extravagance, and grafting
j ���Mr. Ltorden asks the people to entrust   wit!   the   administration,    and
asks   it  upon the   ground    that    tbe
country demands  purity in  elections
and an honest government-
If it were not serious it would be
farcical. The spectacle is presenteJ
ef ia man who leads a party, which
larty was kicked ont of office for
. rimes which forever disgraced Canadian history, asking to lie restored
to power that purity may reign- Of
a man denouncing corrupt elections,
whose own acts with respect to an election are described as sufficient to
expel him trom the House of Commons and disqualify him for years to
come���of a man questioning the integrity of the personnel of the Liberal government, whose chief lieutenant and prospective cabinet coMeiague
bas been denounced by a Royal Commission of parliament, and flagellated by the pri ss of the country.
Tories Defeat Themselves.
The Conservative party achieved its
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SHOEOLOGY
AT TKE OLD COUN
TRY BOOT STORE
H.��
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les" Fine Shoes from $250 up; Ladies' Strong Sb
Fine Shoes  from $275 up;     deals'   Btrong   v.
Boys' and Girls' School Boots, $1 ;o to
often  wonder   why   the   boy or   girl j
is    so     backward     at     school���and j
naturally    feel    disappointed     that
the child is so dull;    then,  too, the
loved one is subject to harsher treat- ,
ment at school    because he or
seems so stupid-   It may be the I mil
of the child, or it may be the    hii l
has  defective eyesight  and  is  t    re-
Sore at a disadvantage  because  the
sight is not normal-    Whal   we want
to say to the mother is:    Send your
child to us.   We will have our O] tl
an examine and tesl  the eyes Eo see
if the poor sight can nol
by the use of glasses.     We w 111 b<
honest with you and  the  ��� '  '
I glasses are not needed, we  will
you so.    The examination ami te
will   not  cost you   a   cent.     We   b i > '
tiie- appliances  for  t< sting   in l    ��� ��
I recting all  Kinds of p ior  .-'-'������
| can supply glasses at your o vn price
Our charges are about half what se
' others charge-      Our optical  depart-
Gents
trom $250 uie
SPECIAL���Ask   to  see the Dick  Waterproof  Boots
Gents' and Hoys'-   NOTE���You can dispense    with    ��� ,     \
wearing   the  Dick  Shoe.    Sole  Agency: I
The Old Country Boot Store,   -  Columbia Sl;
J.   STEWART,    Proprietor ��
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:~ ** ** ���
Provincial Exhibition!
 1 907	
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND I
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
menl. is  in  charge of  P.   W.   Heath,
:.  destruction,   it   was  forced into| graduate optician, late ot Ottawa,   In
uaranteed  of
(Continued  from Page One.)
Their Works Condemn Them.
I inder    Conservative     government
there   was   flagrant   electoral corrup-
in   the   management1 lion Ciln or wil1 ?ary the facts.    The
O Uvlon by its own acts- It suffers today the punishment for its own misdeeds. It was overtaken by stern and
inexoralble retribution, and no sophistry, no counter-charges, no attempts
tn   discredit   the   Liberal   administra-
all   cases   satisfaction
money refunded-
tion,   imbecility
of the national finances, and criminal
extravagance  in  the   public  exp'-Uidi-
ture.
Grafting, so lound'ly  (renounced by
Conservative party has been and is
corrupt- The leaders of the party are
under grave accusation of corruption,
and some have been found guilty of
Mr. Borden and Mr. Foster, was a sei-! even worse'     The   Party cannot be
once   under   Conservative   ausplc is
Charges are made against the Liberals
that   tbey  showed   favoritism  in tha
granting of timber limits-    Under the
Curtis Drug
Spectacle
Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B    C.
Bring in your clothes to be pressed   Liberal  government   limits   were   put
at once in order to itasure the work
being done before the fair.
FXH1BITION
WE PRINT
Show Cards
SignS and
Banners
REASONABLE CHARGES.
The Roya! City
Sign Works
30 SIXTH STREET
Place your orders early,   and   avoid
the rush al exhll Ition time.
up by auction and went to the highest bidder. Under the Conservatives
in tiie case of Bykert, who afterwards
became tbe standard-bearer of tbe'
Lincoln Tories, the agent who examined the timber v*as -bribed with $10.-
000 to give a false report- The gov
���rnment sold the limits to Rykert for
$2,600, and Rykert sold litem for
f'200,000. Rykert described this transaction as a fund for his old age, and
eannounced bis intention of going In
for s ome thing better.
Messrs. Borden and Poster tell the
people that government contracts are
not given by t nder, The answer given In thu House proved thai work
was often done at much lower rates
' : .1. the lowest tenderer was willing!
to take ii at.   The Conservative meth-
' l was to give the work to the high
est tenderer, and make.' il a condition
that large sums should be donate i to
iie" campaign fund.   In the Cross Wall
contract the Conservative governmi nt
���: '.<��� the work to    the firm bidding
$70,000 hi'gher than another contract-
trusted, and will not he- The people
of Canada did wisely in throwing
from power the political giantsof days
gone by, and they will not be willing
to hand affairs over to the political
pigmies of today-
Prosperity  cn  Every  Hand-
At a time when the leader of a political   party   is   touring  the.   country
Queen's Park, New Westminster, B.C,|
OCTOBER
1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
$f;0> 00ft in Prices and Attractions $^0 j Qfl()|
STUPENDOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE
ARRAY OF EXHIBITS!
representing Agriculture, Horticulture, and Stock, as we
as the Industries of the Province.
The attractions will consist of a Lacrosse Tourni
ment, in which the Toronto Tecumsehs, Vancouver anil
New Westminster teams will take part; Scottish Sports!
Baseball matches, Balloon ascensions, several Bands ofl
Music, Pyrotechnic Display, Sailors' Sports.
For further information see small bills and prize listi]
(Continued on Page Three.)
T. J. TRAPP,
President.
VV. H. KEARY,
Secretary.
"From Factory to Home  Our Motto \
STAR OF INDIA
TEA COMPANY
I'lWBBtSKSB.
Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
ALSO
COMMON SENSE TALK
ON PIANO PURCHASING
We want to talk seriously to every prospective Piano
buyer in New Westminster and District, Our busy
ness is piano selling. We manufacture Pianos and
sell them ourselves direct: to you. We are selling
more high grade Pianos now than ever before. There
are reasons for this. We own and control oui own
retail stores. When you buy from us you have no
doubts as to whether the guarantee will be carried
out. There is no second party mixed up in the transaction, and no middle profits to protect.
"PERFECT"
Flavoring
Extracts
Our line of Pianos in the most complete west of Toronto, we handle
other makes besides Mason & Risen, giving you thirtv-five styles ol
_L 1 _? \T ��� ��� *" "      i J.
We Are Giving $5.00 Gold for the best layer
-���   ���    Cake at the Exhibition. ���
A cordial Invitation la extend* 1 to till   to visit our exhibit, at the fair-
r,
Prunes for Preserving
400 crates] MUST be sold
Get your orders in early!
per crate   2bC.   per crate
T. S. ANNANDALE
OUR
Grocer
| seven
Pianos to choose from. You can see in our immense s^ock any grade o
Piano you wish. There is no guess work. Every pian > has its p1 ice and
grade. You know absolusely what kind of piano it is. Ve sell pianos at a
much lower price than they have ever been offered before in the west. We
tare ready to prove every statement made by us. We want you to sec our
goods and get the prices. Make no mistake, it will be a revelation to you.
j We will have a large exhibit at the fair in the Industrial Hall.   The
.exhibit has been forwarded from Toronto, and consists of the latest pro lue-
tionsof the Mason & Risch Factories, and of the Aeolian company's four piaj
nola piano factories, New York.   Make our exhibit your meeting place.
ri/:t'.f_K.fc>i_.,. .J.T.
Mason & Risch Piano Co. Ltd
Piano Manufacturers     j
659 Granville St., Vancouver, B. C.
WHERE YOU BUY DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY ON EASY TERMS TO SUIT PURCHASER-PHONE ^3��3| ||0
n0av- ^ :3' m7
THE DAILY SEWS.
PAGE  THKI.K
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HBK
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SHIRT
THE BEST SHIRT
YACE FOR THE WOPKINGMAN
��� UTTONS ietWED ON
BY HAND
The Husky Shirt
Is the Shirt for the Working Man
BORDEN MIST FACE
CHARGE OF CONDUCTING
UIRRIPT CAMPAIGN
tlnued from page  iwo.1
.���.:,,   peoph   to p&oce th<
ent  in it?  hands, one is   In
���        ���  ' ��� Ct   ili'e'll   the   Rl '-!' '"'���' l '"������
n <'.  the public  welfare  and  '�����
���   ..:.'':-.   iffalrs an
���    e,--.,: Be.
.'.   re  d
The   j
Good
Cheer
Store
Condensed
Advertisements
:���
AMUSEMENTS
WANTED     25Q   '.:.
o   Box :'"(. * Its
jel'-iv        V,',">       r
TO   RENT      \     ..  . .      '   ��� Dl
nished, new    tbrarj   IS"
street
\ -
WANTED     Smart   boj ��>��� ll
..-.  ���  I   ������    Jackson .v  Mon
i in, pi aters, Daily N<��a block
Y& OPERA HOUSE
RICHARD    T    LOVE.    Manj^r
(ircatest Attraction nf the. Year
We give a guarantee with every two of the
shirts we sell, wear them alternately, if they
wear out in one year, bring them back and
get your money back. The H. B. K, Co.
stand back of this guarantee; we stand
back of you.
i
PHILLIPS
���
���
es not appeal   to oe  bus
.! angi   o       vei assent
art   entirel    from   the  uadesira
������ ; natl te ol  turning affalt a ovei
a parts   ���' ���      was dismiss  i :' rr dls
. ie-  ts an i . - ipacl >   The r< venue ���
ii      ai e  Bti .1 Illj on the In
re te-'. i xpo ; ���   are    growing  larg�� i
ness    transacted   '
ihe, ii     evei       then      whs
i ���   . ���      change vi govern
;:,��� Dl  '
Premises W th  Strings Attached
Th b  i'ir- ei u ha - nol bei n answt i
��� -l     ���   thi    - ader of  the Opposition
tnlsei  evers thing iti the c_at<
got -    I   po .i leal    eoonoms    with    a
���     - ��� -i it    Elvers Importanl chang -
advo�� ated ri ma le n latlve
isequi ne e - :    ,i  a&\ Ing clause
���   is nothing definite laid down,
Ing taglbk  !������ way o( policy, noth-
tant la   n ethlng to be deBired
that the not now enjoy t   from Tea   Gardens WANTED
lhi   full.
wanted Housework for n Japan-
e m I oy, 16 y< an old N| pis P U
Box 296
wan rtD    ri q ...   bi Ip,      bt   work
Bhorl   boui -       riv'-.    N'ew   M<
ste.mi Laundry, Columbia Btreel
wanted   Work     by     experienced
dressmaker   Address, Mlsi  G   \  a
offlc*
strayed    Po J   k< ie in Dbai b ���  resl
dence, Eighth street, red and white
moolej coti    Appl) .iieovo address.
WEDNESDAY
SEPT.
25th
T
Just received direct
G. M. Cohan's
ORB \ r   Mi sir \t. ri.w
Little Johnny tones
80   People���1-6   Prue    Beauty    C.lumn
Girls���_. Culcnis of Scenery
tll kinds, no charge     There la noi    a    discordant   note
Canadian   Paoioa  tbroughoul ihe entire preai
Mil   Cordova Nothing Succeed* Like Succe��s.
wanted   Board aud lodging by Nor-J I KlULU���JvC|   /j(��,   4>l,   y\.JV
weglan  lady     Terms  do oSject, it   Booking offloe opens Baturdaj morn-
lieii.e   suitable    tuiei    surrounding! Ping al Ryall's drug store   Book earl)
pleasant    Apply    Immedl itely   i
We s;:|i] iy belp i
-.�����: ephone  312
Employment   agencj
st'.i el W . Vancouver, it (
The Wardrobe Clothier   :
���
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Sole Agents for New Westminster ���
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We bave some of the daintiest
Lace and Silk Blouses
evei    hown in the city.    Just  what  yon   want   for  either   aftor-
evening wear.   Our    prices range from .... $4 50 to $18
THE WHITE HOUSE
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block     New  Westmlnrtn-'.  B.C
H.STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
I ELLARD BLOCK, NEW WESTMINSTER
A Good One
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five room?, hall and pantry, and elec-
I rielight. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
INION TRUST
Lid.
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Liberal   Achievements
The UN ��� al  ���- ivei nment    bas    Improved  the'  regulations  touching  the
Inl tratlon of the public domain.
; I     - irvej   I;i v. s bave been codifli it
.:::  simplified, lan l laws are admin-
sten I  In the   Interests eif th    occupant of the land withoul regard tothe
Bpe   ulator who prospered under Oon
.." rule.   Encouragement te giv-
en to those who manufacture the raw
material,   and   tli"   farmers' Interests
and welfare an   consulted by the Ag
ricultural  Department    In a   m&nnei
nevt i  before equalled.
(;������ ii scheme* <>f national develop
ment, such as the Georgian bay canal
and the "All-Bed line," will be urged
by tin' Liberal govi rnment, which Is
now doing so much towards assisting
the people ol the Dominion in tie
building ol the National Transcontln
��� nte, railway- Public works through
oul tin country, on contracts given to
the lowesl Ibidder, are rapidly approaching completion, and more significant than all. there Is absolutely
:ne :. mand for a change of govern-
mi te'    The I lonsi i vatlves are not ev-
��� D   Willing  In  COntesI   sonic  Of tri-   \n-
r nl -e-ats. they are more than ��i'li.e ���
I to lei well enough alone.
The governm* tit  cannol  be handt 'I
in a party ������; dishonesty, m thi
j can the leadet   i f that  party, who is
al I:.:< moment under the Imputat:<>n
of he in;; guilty o: corrupt practices in
lib   own   ele, linn,   cxi.ce-t   t I   il! !1 n- "i< e
thi' public eons.      ;������   .;. fleet    ng ���
ruptlon iii the' Libera] ranks.
Special Prices on Tea
5 lb Caddy of Choice
Ceylon <<c Assan  Tea
���   ���   ���   ���   ^9  I ���-.-���VJ  ���   ���   ��� ���
The Direct Importing Tea and
toffee Company       !
Phone 1252.
770 Granville Bl , Vancouver-
������������������������������������������*���������������**�����������
���
���
Ceylon and India
Tea at all prices
Sample Free
Dally .News office for particulars,
To trade, fine home jual
outside Westminster for citj propertj Pi ito Ipals only- S li Bowell,
Sapperton.
NEW  ���
LYRIC THEATRE
VANCOUVER
lost   \ gold  tilled watch, English
case,  finder  kindly  return   to    T. Corner of Pender ami Hamilton Stt-
Gilford's jewelry  ston- and obtain        Malan fi Olawton, Manager*,
reward- 	
Choice Creamery
BUTTER
3 Lbs, for ^1
i
to let Two vacanl hits tor exhlbl
tion week, Fourth tne' near gates
Apply to u C' l'liniy, confectioner,
Columbia Btreet, uexl to tram offlci
FURNISHED       IaOOMS     -  Furnlshi-el
rooms to irt in Vancouver, 36 Hastings St.. \v. next door to Palaos
hotel, Mrs. ED, .1. Grieve, proprietress,
6-ROOMED   HOUSE   on    Eighth   St..
between Third '.mil Fourth Ave.;
newlj  painted and papered;  to bs
Bold ilium ilialely; a bargain eit
|1600, half cash. Applj McQuarrie
fi   Co.,   Front   St.
TIMBER   LANDS��� We  eleal   exclusive
ly in Umber.   Have large and sunn,
tracts   on    water,     If   yon   wish   t<
buy or Hell, sec me. 'ri u. Chandler
407   MiitHlngH  St.,  Vancouver. U.C
The. Lyceum Stock Company
Fourth   Work   Stai'llUR
Monday, Sept. 23rd
The t'eh'i rated English Drama
"Woman vs. Woman"
Mat,.ice Wednesdays and Saturdays
POPULAR PRICKS.
=r=OUR
Piano Exhibit
1 OO pair of odd
Pants
Men's and Youth's
travelers' samples
at Big Reductios
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
To  accommodate   all   lhe   guests
ivho wl i vi ill Hi" city dui Ing exhlbl- j
tlon time It Is desired th it all botl i
hold) - ���  prepared to offer accommo-
tli Hon eo  n aBonablo rates will leave i
their  addresses  with   Edward   Hoult
billeting .""' nt ������-'��� thc city hall, when
all  Information  mav  ' btalned.
ALEX. QARRETT,
hal " an of ths Billeting ��� omtnlttee,
m
/    t:." ,'i i *
s=r    f
Nokt;
Ties
LATEST PATTERNS
NEWEST STYLES
I EFFECTIVE COLORS
���
���
See our
Overcoats
and
Raincoats
before buying elsewhere.    We can
save you money
Dr. Jordan
The   Eyesight   Specialist
in- ie. remind his old patrons
it well as prospective custom-
cih, that new style .of eyerie ee are constantly being
added to liis large stook of
optical goods i!" wishes all
lo i nil lo I<kiL, to buy oi tii ei st,
Sitme   old   address:
384 Hastings st.    vaki.hi vkk
Thl - .','mi al the Great B*ali .vill I 6
etter th in i ���. ei     \\'.- Invite you in
|     Inspecl  He beautiful Instruments on
ells; lay   a I   ���< ;.
STEINWAY  4.  SONS  PIANOS
NORDHEIMEn  PIANOS
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS PIANOS
DOMINION   PIANOS
PALMER  PIANOS
. W. M. Waitt & Co.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������J
IFARM LANDS!!
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X
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X
*
X
*
*
*
*
*
*
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See our list of Farm Lands in Surrey,
near the Chiiliwack tram line.
Price from $40 an acre up.
i P- PEEBLES
Real
Estate
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:
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:
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Strings,
Fou r-in- lianas,
Ascots ana
Bows
oi all Descriptions
J. E. Brown
& Go.
CASH CLOTHIER
THE HOME.
OF PLENTY
IKYLE
& SON
255 front St. Phone 276
LIMITED
VICTORIA  AND VANCOUVER
The eldest   Music  House  in   B. C-
Ladies' HAIRDRESSING fiiJLTOu-i*.,
PARLORS -,_...._
h CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   d irirs   from   Ceo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watches from $i2.75up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.oo.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,   douhle
ease, $'/.f>o up.
AKcnt for the celebrated Smith Bend
Satisfaction
Guaranteed
OVER WELSH'S ST0HE, Cnliinibi.i St.
Entrance on 5th St. w> m.
City Voters* List
Noiice  is   hereby   given   lhat    the  watches, supplied   to   the   Wellmnn
Voters'  List  Ior  tlle year   5HOT    has   ^Cttc  I veriition.    All  warranted,
been   completed,   and  that   the   Kama e
iaiC.ta.bi.St    NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.    Pb... 307 ! l! Cunntogtam  Block  .
*****
**��� ********>*****<> ^^e/ ****
***********++**���""
All orders carefully made up and
delivered to all parts of the city-
Every attention paid to telephone
orders.
may be seen at this office for thirty 'a^,",f('h   ,'e!,'llnng
days from the date  hereof;   and  any	
person who shall claim to be added
to the said Voters' List, or any Elector who shall desire to have any
name erased therefrom, must prefer
his or her request In writing, signed
with his <?r her name, and shall deliver or cause same to he delivered,
to the City Clerk within the time
hereinbefore specified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's office, City Hall,
New Westminster, Aug. 30, i��o(.    j
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc. etc.
charges   reason-
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Tra* ��� Specialty.
Tel. 111. Offiee, Klghth m��**%
NIW WUTMINITM. ft ���,
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IT
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY.
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HERE IS A CHANCE
To Make Money
i
CLEVER QUIPS FROM
"LITTLE   JOHNNY  JONES"
One-fifth acre blocks close to Vancouver city and a short
distance from proposed new car line- This will be on .sale iby
the end of this  week-    Prices lowest, terms very easy.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
 ********+<
Walter, to Tive Unknown, who has
jusi made his flrsl entrance: "Did
you caK me, sir'.'"
The Unknown���"Xo, but I will, If
. 11: give me any of your lip"
Walter���"Do you feel like a cup of
tpa. sir?"
The Unknown���"No, do I look like
a cup of tea.'"
Waiter���"is there anything else l
can do, sir?"
The' Unknown���"If there was, you
wouldn't be a waiter"
The Unknown to Johnny Jones, who
has just put in an appearance as thc
American jockey: "Come on, let's all
have a drink"
Johnny Jones���"I can't; I'm too
thirsty."
THE DAILY NEWS
MONDAY.  SEPT   23.  1907
a few of the words in the above quotation and also in that which follows,
Published by the Daily News Pub- h^ , wrlw[im <�����>. ot- lhe coa.
sliiug   Company   Limited,   at   their *"
mces,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Kroat. eluding paragraph of the letter above
gtreets. New Westminster, B. C. referred to and   (professedly) quoted
I from, as it  will lie found on page 719
E. A. Paige Managing Director  0f the Sessional Papers of British Columbia, 1899:
"In ihe meantime l have to request
tliat you will impress    upon    YOl'K
MINISTERS   that   restricted   legisla-.
tion of tlle type of which the ri.niriei-
tion iii question appears to be, is ex-
tremely repugnant  to tin.' sentiments
oi' tiie people and Government of Japan, and .vou should not fail to Impress upon THEM the importance, if,
there is any real prospect of a large |
Influx of Japanese laborers into Can- i
tola, of dealing with  it  by  legislation
of the DOMINION PARLIAMENT on
the  lines of the accompanying Natal
Act  which  is  likely  to   be generally
adopted in Australia"
Every reader can see at a glance
that Mr. Bowser's statemen t (as
printed in the Colonist) is in flat op- ,
position to the fact- He says that
Mr- Chamberlain told the Governor- j
General to Impress upon the British
Columbia parliament the Importance
of dealing with the Japanese influx
on the certain lines, whereas what
Mr- Chamlierlain did recommend was
legislation on those lines by the Do
minion parliament; nor did he talk
about impresssing anything on the
British Columbian parliament, it wa.-
the Ottawa ministers .and the parliament of Canada he was writing about.
Comment would he superfluous. As
the costermonger said when the boys
spilled his apples, "langwl-dge ain't
ekal to it"
Johnny Jones, describing the way-
he won a horse race to the Irishman:
"I just pushed that old skate's nose
right up to the barrier, and from tliat
moment the starter said 'Go!' "
The Irishman���"Yes, yes. yes, yes!
(io on!    Co on!"
Jolinny   Jones���"You'll
oti this race in tt minute.
NEW
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NECKLETS
LOCKETS
LOGNETTES
COME   IIM   AND  SEE  OUR   NEW   LINE   OF
WATCHES
ART GLASS
UMBRELLAS
CUFF  LINKS
CARVING SETS
CHAINS
EQUALLY  WELCOME TO  LOOK  OR TO  BUY
Horace Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
be bett . ;
MR   BOWSER AND HIS BILL-
Writing the other day about the
position of the McBrlde government
as to the abortive "Natal Act" of last
session, we anticipated that there
woul.I be a good ileal of shuffling and
dodging in the effort to extract the
government from the deplorable position into which it hud betrayed itself; but we certainly did not expect
that a leading organ of the government would make a Minister of the
Crown responsible for such an extraordinary defence as that which the
Colonist attributes to Mt. Bowser.
We say "the Colonist attributes" since
it professes to quote Mr. Bowser's
words, although it does not say when,
where or in what circumstances Mr-
Bowser uttered or wrote them, excep;
indeed that they are a protest from
him against a statement made by Hon.
Mr. Tenipleman.
Accompanying the Colonist's article
i.s a facsimile of Mr. Bowser's original
draft of that clause of his .hill in which
(as it passed through the legislature)
the word "lawful" occurs instead ot
the woi 1 "unlawful." In this "original draff���certified as such by Mr-
Bowser���the word is, as ii should be
"unlawful," but In other particulars
the clause in this "original draft" differs materially from the clause as it
appears In the bill as passed. The
third line of the clause In this original drafl read "write out and sign in
the English language"; in the bill as
passed the words "or any language of
Europe" are aflded after the wor i.
"the English language"; and there is
a similar difference further on in "the
clause between the original draft, as
[piloted In the Colonisl and the clause
0f ,.,-. bill as passed.
It follows or cours ��� that the "original draft" as certified by Mr. Bowser
was amended; and we' have this tin-i
a - eld riri- conclu lion; That Mr. Bow-1
sex, being in charge of an Important
- -, w : h he pilots el through the
Housi b l uol I :ike the trouble to
read th isl Im - rtant clause of bis
111, alth mgh bis tttei ti m was ape?
cially called to 11 by amendments,   it
.   sh irl  cla ise   seven and a hail
lin       -.. ���  Intelligent   scho ri....   coul I
.   '  !    read II  with  anj care withoul   e eing   what   It   means���und  the
err< r ��  - in I he lasl   .
This error wa- In the III as firsl
prlnt< ! for su'bmlssii ������ to the 11"! s -
So i bal Mr. Bow Be < mti ated hims it
with I tndlng i I original drafl
Neil .. . .. li"!' he re c Ive 1 l he prlnte :
! Ill, ���. when he move I the s econd
; a ��� nor    when he   watched   tt
througl   committee, did  he  take  thi
iu li   ��� .nl i iii - shorl clause   I he
vital cl 'thi   in ��� isure;  for it ri'
b el        I      '.   : e\,- detecti 1 the
'���re'ei.���   Here we have a picture,��11awn
by hi.;,    if, ol ou   I.- ��  Attornej I len
e-nil as ���   Ciarel       ���, i    iin taking legislator.
Tin' Unknown, io Captain Squirvy
of the Si- Hurrah, who sports a particularly luxuriant beard: "Hello,
whiskers"
Capt- Squirvy���"Not whiskers, sir.
mu   whiskers."
The Unknown���"Well.they look like
whiskers."
TO   TAX   AUTOS.
Toronto, Sept- i!2-���City Engineer
Bust of Toronto recommends a special tax on automobiles because they
destroy roads. The covering of dust
tliat acts as a protective cushion is
removed by the passage of autos and
the surface is left unprotected. Auto
tires loosen stones also.
CITV OF NEW_WESTMINSTER
Re  VOTERS'   LIST
Notice is hereby given thai a o
will be held  pursuant  to the Voters'
List    clauses of "New    Westminster
Act.   1888,"  anl  Amending  Ac;-,  i...
the lion-  W   Norman  Bole, Judge of
the  County    Court,  at    the    Council
Chamber,   City   Halll,   iu   lhi- city,   on
Tuesday, the 1st day of October, 1907,
a:   II  o'clock li.tn , to hear and determine such applications of which not-
j Ice iias been given-    All  persons hav-
i ing business with the Court are  re-
j quired to attend at the said time an I
place.
IBy  Order,
W- A   DUNCAjN,
City Clerk and Clerk or said Court-
New Westminster, Sept.  Ill    1907-
For QUALITY
-   T
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80
Hotel Guests
Guichon���W- Winters, Spokane; J-
Hingston Smith, Portland; H- C.
Bur lett, A. Scott, G- Taylor, Vancouver-
Windsor���R. Peterson, R- Morrison,
E- Larson. Olivers; W- Miller and
wife, Mud Bay; Mrs. B. C. Hatt and
son.   Bellingham
Colonial���E- Cawley, Chiiliwack:
.lohn Copping, Albtootsford; 11- Kirk-
land, Ladner.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS
TENDERS will be receive I up to
noon of September 28th Cor tb'' building of addition to I ihnston''S shoe
store-
Plans and specifications mav bei
seen at office of C II Cl >-v. architect, j
and at Johnston's shoe-  _ti
Lowest oi- any ten bv ie-.; necess ir-
ily  accepted.
C   H   CLOW.  Architect.
New Westminster, lit'-. Sept. 20, 1907
the Delia land cannot be beaten-   one acre of this
bottom land will produce as much    as    three    acre
grav. 1  lanl.
Here is a piece of choice laud at a bargain:
s acres, all cleared, in garden ainl pasture, 6 n
this city, on th" dyke road, 200 yards from Sunburj  ,
and boat lan 1 iiv, 'i  mile from  school, his  a  five-ro  .
in good repair, barn and chicken house, 2 cows and  10
good waterfrontage with wharf building,     boa'   anl   ae
young fruit  trees, a good range all conn ected.
Price  .   -   $2250
$1250 cash,  balance  in one  year
Hale & LaneJ
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone  335 P. O. Bok 26g|
ROOMS  WANTED
Persons having vacanl rooms ��
they desire' to t-ti:  during tb" exhibition   week,   are   requested   to   com
municate  with  E   -I   Crean,  GUTcl
hotel, who   will m.ike arrangi ment -
whereby   guests   will   be   asslgne 1   to
the rooms- Mr. Crean can provl te
roomers for at least one hundred
apartments
We Eat to Li
ive
B il  at  tin- same lime
sary to know n hal ��e iting
At KENNY'S Caf^
You   can   rely   up in    GETTIN
THU   BEST   OP   EVER} :     -
The*re All Ready For
You, Sir!
School Book
ana
SUPPLIE!
FULL STOCK
AT
Beit it is when Mr. Bowser (as reported iii the Colonist) deals with the
question of the disallowance of former bills at Ottawa thai we get tlle
real thrill- Tiie wor Is "shuffling" and
"dodging" are hardly applicable h< re.
'rii. n Is a shorter ami more emphatic
word cf tlie right Anglo-Saxon stock
which would fit th.e ease much more
nearly.
According to the Colonist, Mr- Bowser  .says:
"On -Inly 20, 1898, Joseph Chamberlain, then colonial secretary, wrote
Lord Aberdeen regarding certain legislation passeel in British Columbia,
including some Japanese iejjlslatl m.
V.'iih regard to the latter he stateel
ihai it wis repugnant to Japan and
that the governor general should not
fail t'�� 'impress upon them (MEANING THE U- C PARLIAMENT) the
Importance if there is any real prospect 4Jf a large Influx of Japam ie in: >
Caaadfl of dealing wit i it ley legisl -
tion on tbe lines a.loplei iu Australia.* "
\V ��� !:.::    the libertj  of emphasizing
| Q jUR crop of MEN'S SHOES for
| Fall and Winter wear is the finest
1::: ever gathered. We've drawn on
JUwHwx-j the best makers of Men's Shoes for
their best production?. There's a style and
character about our Men's Shoe that appeals
to the man who appreciates good sh es.
For a good reliable Wet-Resisting
Shoe ask for Geo. A. Slater's Invictus.
For a choice Dress Shoe in Patent cr any other high grade leathers ask
for the Walk-Over.
For a young man's shoe we strongly recommend our famous Packard
Women's Choice Footwear
Ask for our $3.50 American Boots���Blucher Cut, Cuban Heels, Vici and
Gun Metal Leathers. We've never seen the equal of these shoes for the money. We're
sure we can fit perfectly and suit exactly any woman that wants
Shoes of a High Grade Order
Johnston's Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot       New Westminster
MOREYSl
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and   Evc-"|
cisc   Books   arc
Fine
Extra !     Special !|
30   DAYS  ONLY
SUITS MADE TO ORDERI
$15.OO    *JP|
Irist of Trimming.     "'
Workmanship.    ' ���������
M. LANOTRY, Ug-to-date TallM
24 7 Front St.
YOU  REQUIRE k
NEW SVll
Come over and see our
new Pall Patterns.
Dan STEWARD
Next c>oor Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors oi"
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250    ���    ���    ElflM 3* il''
Hi
^~THE  DAILY   NEWS.
Tie Cash Stores
% STORES OF PLENTY
Al: ready for the Exhibition rush. Recent
shipments have filled the stores and stockrooms to almost their limit and still come
daily advices of more goods.    :   :   :   :   :
\ave You Seen Our Coats?
I md ?-8  i lUrtst  iri . f Striped and ( r�� ,..:. finis . -��� spping
end down th..-   ae       - ��� .���       ed soft shades ol   broa.1
i season's attest m&kei   md stylet    . . .������ ai....  $10 ,v
rtest styles ot 7-8 length OorerU an       -      Lass Im poi ths and Tweedd
..   autumn  ftnd winter   also  i larg.    ingi       -.��������������� . and " ��� In ' rei and
ri-.  tin-seat    $18-60
we
rything Here for Infants and Children
the Ready-to-wr.e: .  rated especially to this    rancl    i   i .������    leineaa   y<
��� :,: assortment as tn ol tments���the    esi I        had in the city,   Come   and
Uhderwear for Women and Children
customers        best  value obtains .    -��� ���        ir stoc   from three     Uu  largi     m
lOrtlng large im Britain and Switzerland     Reraeml      t        irantee eve   r ga
tlstactlon    Sellipg agents toi Z nith    i md Ons ai        ���..       i
The Millinery Store Showing
Many New Pattern Hats
ttractlve styles the I . >u'l   llk<  then     v e I  r:.
own workroom and thej   are all beautiful designs, and moderate I    You   hould sfee
I nre produce it $4 50. $5 50 to $7.50.
.:���
p. Ciwle.      :' ������    .    - ���
r i Jo     . --   d tbe i
SPECIAL SALE of Umbrellas at $1; Sample Blouses, Sheeting,
Ti weling, Turkish Towels, Table Damask. Blankets. Hotels and
institutions should take advantage of tins Price Savin--.
267-261 Columbia Street, New Westminster B. C.
Poi is ol ...' Clown. > sad .
ted pis       see Ddy, thi   .
\\e-    ...     sa it lay t      -
lay sho      . the coasl
K. .        ich retui     .   ��� i on
3 .     ���..    .  ��� .  -    .. ling several   lay*
UP COU) I      .   .   . ���  MSfl
Th��> :  .: convent! n ol tht   B   ��� M
Coltttol la Christi in Bade ivor sa    ��� ���
��ill open  In  Vl< torls on Wedn  ���   ��� -
Delegates wt    Im   d attendance trom
. .  ...   s of the province
rw(    .    ..     -   m    .i*        ���   .    Its
position befon i rats
this m< Both w<: .   in     ���   in
.... e * ihi to  the
locku
;' ������>    ���       . inets   or I
e .one   r   I'm les  >v
Son, H�� 20s * * *
Mrs   D Oil shriei   who hsa been nn '
Inmate of    the Oenei at :. isptta.1    -it
Vam ' ivi      foi    si < e ��� ai. tcs, a as
ighl    "'...<' yester laj Her condition Is u        ro\ ed
Tin- nu ml ���'��� a if ; ie Bi i ah Ke- lek
ah )" Ige aIII give :i wh > :-.'." > in
the' e\ ii p h ill tomorrow i renin t.
.. -. Tuesday of the'
moni i, and the date set .pai: toi i -
class of en   rtalm    i i       ��� . I he
aInter
16(1 . es good e.i ,i or Se ou road,
J10   e   icre   ti   ins     \ ���   -.   & Hyde,
'.le'V  i a '**
The (ol ow Ing h ive .1 en < tected offii - ol the Colum ilan College Athletic association, their term ee:' office
comm;      i . on Sal nrdaj : 11   Watson,
���eslden C Proutj. vice ire itdenl.
i'    Vt , teoret irj treasurer.      \
full sche il ��Inter season games
Will      ���      I       ���' : I   this  VI e'eri
T ii   .-      i        - . ompeted ror '--i
---....   i   ..  iuvi     Vthletli lai rosse
am an I a repi   ien il ve New \\ i -
mtnstei   Interme Hate   tvi elve,    h \ ���
eived b    the local    i   i, �� io
wein ii ;i   >\  ,i sub stantlal m ir
rin     i' icl   lo * ���:  Is Bull bl    en ;i i ���
:      .    ��� , n pei
>! in:
A i' ��� car loaded with
. .. on the up iei
-   ��� lon ot Sixth   iti ei ye itei da;   at
ternoon,  Landing  In  tli - elite h     One
e i! i of ��� he - ar " is badly shattered,
and  will ueed  to  be    entlrel;     vi
l in the - ���      iop      No .;ee' \\ .is
njun l
CO acr'- i:> Burnab). close to Van
ver    cai  line,   $150 per acre;  i li
eash, b   anc 7 . er ci nl     V. tl b,
Shiles & i'"
Dr   T   H   i.e ���        . ..   ���
 -  tm
K -   -    ��� �����...,.���
B- <     iras In the i
Tho  young  people's  society  nf  SI
.Vndres ��� chun:-. ����� ill hold lu tl
weekl) r*Jl] this evening In Um 1st!
tiro room of the church
Brand no* housi i . ��� '���;������ s ear
tenna Price |13QQ full sited lot
/Vbboti & Hyde
\  special  meeting ot    the Bchool
board wlll ha hold this evening ...
cltj  hall, ��hcn the appointmenl ot a
anit ������  to take chaff* ot the Cen   ������
school building will be made
The' Righi k, .   Blaho    i
Mist  Crtdge,       Vh wlll  he at
!     ���������... ���',.   .. 8     Nal'i
iroh     ni
U
M ���-    W     -    , Vgne��     s-
.   .- . >OCk   the-   <
I ���   I
,..���  , : the
... ad tmic ��i
-.,. ��     ....��
fhe   egular i        ig c ���
Mini ��� ketd en St
V-.-..:   ���> ��� aorci t afternoon
An  .... been extended  ;>>
all ... -. e . ited to attend
C&tel v w  Bala, at Um Revetstoke
police  :ovi   arrived  yesterdej  even
lng In charge ot au Italian. ��*i^ i\r.\\
recently   developed   symptont  ot  In
-.���>n',:v       Tho  tf....:   �� .���-   teiWvu   :c   the
Pro\ Inclal ������>''  tn lasl night..
M:  aad ktra v k S ktotana* m
companted bj Uielt sen l/iftus war*
.. the cit> yesterday, gnosis .<: .i
Lottu* Klclnnea, Carnarvon street
Mr   Main        ���    an i \ isit    to the
,   I .������      tO       '���������'���   Bret  I tWD   \ e':.ee.
..i-- . i ��� etui n in Ottaa i a Ith
. ., |  �� da   ���
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FOR I
furniture!
Car-pets.   Linoleums.   Oilcloths. Window Sliadcs. Picture* and
Pectuic Pramaa, Go Cans.   Lsot Curtaina Portlara Uphnla
tpring. Cabinet Work. Sheets.   Pillow   Cases.  Blankets,     Etc
It  well   pay  you ta  try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
���     TEL.    72
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA    STREET NC WWESTMINSTER. B.C
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Off with the Old
On with the New
��*��
The   ua ���   David A   McM I in
and Vlui    Mc\\ i nn >, d iu I iti    of M
SU w | Innie,  ��   -   i li tn i ���" l   al   the
di . i a of thfi Ite>   11   Praser, V in-
.- ,-,.\ er,  on    'hu ida)       The    h
; '.    Iter th   ��� ���  i ��� ion) for the
_-.r,iiHl citl i, '    'Vi   tii     h me.) moon
be i
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Port Hammond
,i land, bI : late on  F isi
-. !- PI
TICE Rjghi   uvs   Blab ip Crldge, of Vl.'-
The ��� ndi   -;-���" I  will,  daUng <rom ,   x  .. ,;, .,,,.    ,   .,., ,    ,   vir(, al st
��r  I, sell coal retail For Cash ,. ..rs   ,,, .,���..,��� ,    Episcopal    church
-n|y tei   >'   moi nin -.. and In the i ven
GILLEV  BROS    L.TD, .   ,   .vllh   M,���   ���su,,l   Mrvjo0,
MAYQRS &  PRESTON
m.i.Vi: \ & CO
i ... ni,,,. acres cleared foi crop,  10 acres
. Ider bottom land    Onl) $76.00 an acre
v
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NOTICE
\ i lase of j oung people waa < infli tn
ip, while Bpi ctal mu lo
tt is  11 .- lei "i ui   both  morning  and
e. 'ulna  ji   irlces
J
>IAMOND & CORBOULD \
Guns  i'em- hir.' ai  Oe i   H   8 iei I
,' i ... btock, C ilum il i stroel
RESIDENT AGENTS. 5
irm"i American  F,re  Ins   Co-  and  Empire and Surety Co.. Guichon   4
Block,   corner   of   McKenzie and Columbia streets ^
^**********j*tt**)***y< v< ���������������������������������������������������������������* -0***
;  will be patd to an;
. ,,;,,. -.y.i,  \ Informal on to se
��� ��� .   eon\ Ictl m  ������     artlei  fou   I
':-   : rop��rt) of t;" corpc        colunjbli ���       have eh
loi   it I   i p    ' ��� parks or elaewh ire   ,. |ed ,ir |; .    ...     ���    , Rug ,  ,    ,
hi the city.   By order, ,    ,,,, ,.,    Ih ,e,   winter  ��po i   thl ���
VV. A- 1      CAN, ! ,M|    There ire ��everal good pla)
HATS
>>, Nlca Hat    $1.B0
a Nobby n.it   200
A Qood   Hat ���  -.r'0
A Batter Hat  3 00
A Vary Goof Hat   S-M
a  Swell Hat    1.00
Our   Best   Hat     5 00
H. L. DeBeck
THE  CLOTHIER  AND   HATTER
Opposite.    P    O .   Now    Wrntminr.tci
gKKm._j;iMx��KKw<i_rc^
JUST A FEW
Citv Clerk
C t:   He
8e
19,   190
$10.00 PerAcre^
160 Acres in Langley
S��ME   GOOD   TIMBER.        THIS   IS   THE   CHEAPEST   1 4
SECTION ON THE MARKET.       GOOD    TERMS        EN
QUIRE   AT   ONCE
^cl��OD, MARK & CO.
"a^ Land Specialists,     -     New Westminster
PRINTING
!;.i%<��� your [frlntlng done in
town by bhe local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DMi.v NEWS BLOCK
500 Cord of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
77,. f
Highest Cash Price Paid
���
ADVERTloE IN THE DAILY NEWS.
or* Among ihe' itudanli, and the .,:
���'.,i!i.r, ei.' iin. Idea ara ol   he ipin
i.m thai "Mh .i 'inh> practice ihe. c '
I legs can turn emi a ftrsl 'dais team.
I Columbian oollega tt.ni the NewWest
riniiiHiiM' association    football   cham-
|ilininlil|i lanl Mason.
i'!,'i,i,. Roi an i Austen, one nl the
i iosl prominent piano teachers ol
\. icouver, who ha i recently retui ne i
from scrtne ytwt of itudy in Berlin.
iicniiiiny,Intends ce-openlng h'.s olasi
In New wrisiiriinri.Kr on Battfrday,
Septemlier 11. ovtjrBmlth'j dry ki"k1h
itore, Mr. A.usten demonstrated his
ability as :i pianist hist May by giving
a inout suocesful reoltal in this city,
and the iiiiihIch' public will welcome
blm in their inlilst us a teacher. His
time is ��o occupied In Vancouver that.
In. ran only give Saturday afternoon
.unl e tin ings to his pupils ln New
WeStmmster. All inquiries for lessons,
terms, pri.-, can he hart by writing to
Mr. Austen, P- O. Box 1372, Vancouver, or T. H- Lennie, who will furnish
any information a: Johnston's snoe
sl.oi'o on Columbia   itroet
I  tier  H "1I3 of insurance  I  writr:
V     RKMIN'S  COMPENSATION
EMPLOYER'S   LKBILITY
PLATE  GLA33
ALL  ILLNESS
AUTOMOBILE
ENDOWMENT
LIVE.   STOCK
GUARANTEE
PERSONAL
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McQUARRIE   &   Ci
iJReal Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial Agj
Miss Cameron's Certificate.
To the Editor Daily New.-:
Sir,���The sch(*.-l trustees of the
province are to meet in eonventlon
at New \\estmiu.stei' the first day Ol
ilu fair. Will you be good enough to
publish the following appeal u> the
people for simple justice?
l appeal to the people to send trustees   to   that   convention pledged     to
move and support a resolution to have
Miss A- D. Cameron's certificate ;
stored ai one. ���
The govern:.Kin published th estate-
men! that ln Miss Cameron's school
in  every drawing  hool;  (29) and frequently on every page there was rul-
ing ami that in consequence nu mai
for thai  work w.is given to her pupils
al the High school entrande examination.   That Is practically every echol-
X  ar was judged guilty oi cheating iand
X  punched and the fact printed and pub-
��� j llshed  to every teachei  in the province.
Miss Cameron demanded an invest;
gation, and it  ,v,v  granted.   The foi-
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    PhOM 333 FRONT   ST.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
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160 acres, less 3tf for new railway, j    JPal] s\v .
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land, : of  Regit,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;   avenues,
40   acres under-drained,    ditched   all ; $400;   hall
round and fenced around and through     4 L()ts   gg,
centre;    5 room house;    barn  40x75.   1:;ih s(i.et(
, sufficient  teed for ahout 800 head of
(',  room house ou Hamilton street, j sUl(,k     prjM $8000;   terms one-third j
all   modern   improvements.     One   'ot | Cash, b. 1. to suit purchaser.   One mile ri',;'
from car line; lot 60x132. Price $1400. | rroni station on new car line.
$600   cash, balance   in   monthly   pay- j
mi nts.
neiianis ami   i ii<iuij..u  ���������.���..   ......
8 room house, all modern Improve-   __ _,    fnV aUa t1ftnn 77.58 ACRES , m.
ploughed and M . _
rin.perti.il.    Price $2700.    $1000  cash,       100   ACRES  ahout  iwo   inues   irom  j, i/4 Bect, :,    Sri per acre.
2 HOUSES
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shed
Lpt 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoftards and Thomson bonse, Carnar-
von street; full size |1800.
160  ACHES about  two  miles  from
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shed.   $1000 eac
ance easv.
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hotel,
Ariergrove station,  30  acres  cleared caah, one-thii
and partly  fenced, good  housi .   Lain   months.
balance on time.
aires land next to Koyal Oak
has been cultivated. UOI a ���'"'"���"''������ I'm- $1b per ,: -
stump on it. new In grasB, 28 bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient,
lumber to build good large barn, 5-
room house ami barn and large chicken   house   for  ahout    250   chickens;
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all fenced. Price $3500.. Terms $1500
cash, $1000 in April and $1000 April
following, or $3-100 cash-
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
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THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
funder  new   management)
Lionel   Haweis,    Photographer
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Cen.  Repairing
D.   S.   CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West  End Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS  PUB.  CO.
Daily and  Weekly   News
MOREY  &  CO.
Books and Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made   Chocolate    Confections,    Ice   Cream
lowing facts Bhould be sufficient   tor | good  well; near to school and tram:
th:s pappeal.
First: Judge Lampman decides aftei ,e must careful investigation that
there was "no ruling" in Antone Henderson's book (one of tho.ee 29).
Second: Apply Judge Clement's He-
turn in the "World" case that if the
government failed to prove ruling in
one of those 29 books then the verdict should be in Miss Cameron's favor.
Third; According to the decisions
of those two judges the government
failed in its case.
cash, balance to be arrange,
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot Ni. ri Disl
Lot S; south side of the rivi r, near
bridge.    $300;   half  cash.
2 LOTS. 132x132, N.-W. corner ri
loth Streel and St. Andrews, Price
$1050; half cash,
2 lots on Sth St. between
7 LOTS. 12 Dg ���J
4  lots clean .: housef
house, 175 <h fenced I
price $1500, | i
6 ACRES good
Lot   16,   corm     I n   Moua'J
and   Drum tti south ]
roomed  bousi . ivj
Bth and   kitchen and thr. ��� iroom.
1 Lot 06x131. ft., S. % of S, lane at   ,������,  N()B
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue.    Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
���1 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 2b and
30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half casb, half six months.
Iiiock corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Oth Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x   ed;   conservati i or (01
9 and 12.      Price $'.000 for   heated  by pipes;  wel]
both, half cash, balance easy.
Fourth: On Judge Lampman's de-j Lot 20, block B facing English
cision alone it was guilty of depriving church, next lot to bridge, Cain.-.:'.em
Antone  Henderson  of the  marks  he   street;  price $650.
100 acres less right of way about s
acres for railway;  20 acres stumped,
ela acres roughly cleared and fenced;
;:��� :        ���'��� hers had ruled in his | x ^ story houBe 18x28, lean too 14x28
thatjand lean too 10x22; barn 30x82 and
eschool who appeared in private be- lean too 3oxl4; granary 10x16; two
fore Judge Lampman, he lei!,, coun-1 rhirken houses, each
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Block, corner of Auckland & lltl) St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
had   fairly  and   honestly  earned
was  ajso guilty  of making and   publishing a false statement a out him-
ruled i
book-    Of the 21    children    of
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two iots on 18th street, between  Tth and ith avenues.
sei th.i effect of their
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MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
I am tho pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings Dealer, Funeral
Director and Embalmer, and I will sell you anytbingln my line cheap
and will give you better value than you can get In any other place
in the city.   Try me.
>; Wall   Papers in  endless  variety.    Oilcloth from 25c  up.    China
;������' Matting from 15c up.    Linoleums from 45c  up. Curtain Stretch-
is 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.
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V All kiwis of job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reason
\f able prices nnd satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving daily.
>J I have sold the block and am still doing business in the same place  >���<
!���! and in the same old way. _��!
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When I said a few weeks ago th.ut
vvps  going to expose  the  injustice
and 1��
2 houses corner or Merriva] and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rents for $25, the
other $10; flush elosets and all con-
-ir evidence in 15 shed 20x30; small milk house, small nected with sewers. Price $3.5CO.
cases was that they denied having orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
done any 'ruling. Of the other six fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
some were doubtfuMand some admit;- $6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
���wagon
Rubberoid Roofing
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It has stood the test, heat, frost, wind and rain,
gives entire satisfaction, does not harden in the
sun or crack in the cold, always waterproof, always tight. It is light in weight, low in price
and makes a roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Wrile for prices. -:- -:- :~
Corrugated Iron always on hand and price right.
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T. J.  TRAPP  &  CO.
Limited
cf tiie- government's action in suspending her certificate, colonel F. Ii.
Gregory remarked, "The fact of the
matter is that they were afraid of
Miss Cameron." Colonel Gregory w,as
counsel inthe drawing investigation
and stood shoulder to shoulder with
Mr. BbertH the counsel for the g .-
ernment, so his remarks should nave
some weight with the people.
Fifth; The McBride government re-
fised t'i c nce] the certificatesa ot
teachers whom the superintendent
:;ays wi re victimizing one school
board after Mother and who were totally unfit to t< ach.
Sixth: The McBride governmenl
suspended for thre- years the certificate of Miss A- D. C.'.moron, one cf
the best teachers in the province, one
who for years held some responsible
positions in tne High and Graded
schools   of  Victoria.
Seventh: At that time her certificate was cancelled, Mis; Cameron
was not .iu .... | as a teach ir, but was
a school '������: ee, an i had I en el efcted
such at the head oi the poll i.i Victoria.
Will you, the people of British Columbia, s ipport this appei : and abow
<" the i Iviliz d '.vi.il i that you are deter nin. d that those wno b! md up b i
fair play for your children, shall re-
c -iv.-, en the very least, simple justice
at the hands cf your government.
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F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
side, new  liouse;   $140C.
Two lots, block 21, lot 9, $10<'0 each, j ance, fi months at
with sewers. I'iri-t
Cash $2,00(i, balance In C, 12
months at 7 %.
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 6 of 4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at " I er cent
Lot 14 on Sherhrook street ol 11 of
3, cleared.    Price $275;  1-.' cash, bal-
per cent.
BtaU
Ij   bearing fruit i
stock ready I .-; j ,-J
5  acres ch ar< d,   Ight tiralerl
malning acre; fenced;
from school.    Price   $_000;
bal. in G months al 7 per cfl
l   Lot  rixi 12,  10   avenue,
$8C0   cash.
3 LOTS,    .',, C &  ;.   lull
cleared, upper Bide ol Bth Ad
tween 1st and 2u 1 Streets, pj
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots H
Cth Avenue on south side,
37 & 38, full size.   Price $1tt)
four, or $300 each;
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Double    tenement   house, I
1st and 2nd St.;   1  lot,   Pri��|
cash half and half In 6 monii
Rents for $10 each tenant
40 acres ri- ������' ' ' 14, N. 'i|
of Tn. 2, about 3
I la wo rth rdkd, S irn j; housi
1 \<i storey house, 3 i qs ;;:.:|
other 3 can be ad le , U| stn
shack; 1 % acn ��� ed isfl
with clove'r, red; I easily!
One mile from e bing ��� in ���'.]
$1,200; .   tern-   I j
months at 7  ',.
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6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN C, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
Six  lots, .'0x150, outsiele
$60  each   lot.
enquiry.
limits
House and cottage on Columbia st.,
house rents for $25, oottage for 512;
$5,000, easy terms.
Westerly I, 11 of I    So
Fuller   particulars  on  132x132 cornei'  100 feet squrt
houses drawing J.     ���   :  ::l
$5,000. h:i.f cash, ; .i im - ln|
HOUSE and LOT months.
Centrally located in a commmanding      ](.if) S1,:   w o[ gection 2
situation;   Third   avenue,  at   Toot   o!  \n acres,partly ritee;. I; Kanal
Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey   running through
house.   Ton rooms I recently papered)
All  modern conveniences;    hot   and
cold   water,   bath,   Hush   closet,  lavatory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   loi
C6xl32, with lane in rear;  part of loi
set out with fruit trees.    Price $2,750.
north   of   Webster's corner;
mill and P.O. at the west e '
ber worth $7 per i      ; cedar I
4  miles    from    Porl    Haney.J
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, bal
ranged.
27% acres of tbe best soil, 10 acre^: $1'500 casb' ',alance arranged.
cleared, under cultivation;   200 young      100 acrps on the Scot1 :. arl, 15 acres
fruit trees, just comencing   to   bear; ! cleared;  barn 50 x 30;   stnbles, etc.;
new house, l1/.. storey, 5 rooms;    hea  splendid soil; only $30 per a
houses,  In  good  order;    some  acres cash, balance easy.
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes, j    Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur
W&ter from nearby spring.      Balance , about   70   acres,   only   $25   per   acre
of    property   easily    cleared.     Price i Half cash.    Jump.
$4,700;      $2500 cash, balance C
and 12 months.
This  property  is only \b mile  from
Irani  line.   Over two hundred  chick-
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7 lots Xos. Sl to SG and 85, D5 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a slump; small
house,   chicken    house,    17;
������     ieiiel ducks reel!,! !.��� ,������]  .-. -ii   t. [chickens; horse and  rig;  $1500
Large  lot  .end   ri'.
lumbia street, Sapp< i ton.
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey lw|
$1,000 jfuji  size ]0t>  situated nortii
Royal avenue and corner of w
street;   9 rooms;  bath room,'
cold  water, closet;  woodshed;
bearlg   fruit trees;   streets on|
sides;   fine view.    Price $'���
caah.
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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.
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Subdivision of lot 4G, block C, comprising some of the finest residential
sites ln the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- ancl Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue and
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Fro:it street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rentB for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 82, Timber, fir, cedar and alder, dood soil; good roads.
Apply" for full  particulars.
Lots 17. 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
stieet and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250;   4  inside lots $200 each.    Price
;_;o Second Avenue, Stattle, Wash *950> cash-    Sins'e lots at cash.
Lots 18, 17 and 20 of 11  of
$500 for three or $175 each;  i
balance 6 months at 7 per cept,
Full sized loi on Royal avenue, between Fo irth and Merrlvale; all cleared. $1,200, $S00 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, cornei
o! Gilley road.   $225 per acre..    Acre
age Is selling fast at this price,
No.  308.���S-roomed  House,  with   bath
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   %
cash, balance 3 and 0 mos. at 7 %.
No.   300.���9-roomed  house,  with   bath
room, corner of Gth and  Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms \b cash, balance
3 and 0 months at 7 ';,' ���
No.   310.���9-roomed   House   and   hath
room,  Agnes   St.   $3,000;   \:,   cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %,
No.   312.���S-roomed   liouse   and   bath
room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   v.,
cash, balance 3 and G mos. at 7 %.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
chard, % acre strawberries planted
this year; abler bottom land; running
spring; blouse IS x 22; frame barn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and co��v
stables, three in all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for
timher; carriage bouse 16
Lot facing 2nd St., between^
choice. and 3rd Ave., second lol f'"'"1-!
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all ���:' "���
alongside and   back.     P*1'
half cash, halance easy it ���   I
cash.
Price
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150 acres Improved land,
and Bheds complete, near c^l
all under cultivation, $15,009.
can   handle  this, don I delafi
bargain; terms can be arrange |
WPor  the  above  iour pr���1
special price will bi        '
chaser.
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House 30x12,  Ith    si,
and Hth Ave ;    2 Bing
bedrooms    upstairs;,    ana
down stairs; parlor, dining iw
chen and pantry.   Full Bized
ning  back to Asb  St.    Prlce
$1,500 cash, balance at $500    |
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Flft>>f
north side between First ai'
streets,  No. 5,  6  and  7.
each or $1100 for the three,
Full sized lot, north Bids '
ilton street between Sixth BDO
streets; $235.
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and 2 years at 7 %���
1  lot No. 24 on 13th. iWj
Prlc> $200'
at sl<";l
28   acres ou    Mara
$160 an acre   FOH    A
side of 4th avenue.
standing,   Block .12 on mll St. ea
, x 24;  hen| f,,i] sized lots.    Price. $2.500.0"
house made of hewed timber laid in icash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
mortar,  12 x 30.    A chance of a life-' ��� ill
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6 ;    ' lota on F,f,l! S"''"'�� 0 mi
per cent, '   8iSub, IB, S. Blk. 13.     MW ���
cash, balance C months u-    ��� iv. --���
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' 'nti       'i he participants have an International, ,i world wide reputation,
and each eef them is In honor boun l
to uphold the credit ot the country
which    he    represents.       McLaglen
stands  as the  representative of the
white  race,  straining every fibre in
the efforl to wresi from a native ol
Chi     tnl lemum kingdom :. prize
that has hitherto never lefl its sh ra
Kanada   bu ereme In the knowle y- ���
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UNCONSCIOUS   HUMOR THAT  HELP9
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Si>ii:<- Example* of Dcllghtfnl l-iron-
Sruitiei in Speaking;, Writing ami
Painting That Appeal Strongly to
the Sense <n' the Ridiculous.
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Fences, Gates. Fire- hjscapes. etc.
Mail orders and correspondence In
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ank of Montreal   Grand Trunk Ry.
ESTABLISHED ri
:*PITAI_ 114,400,000.00
RESERVE _.       $11,000,000.00
\'-- i   i   nada and New teui ; mil, and  ln   London,   England,
J-- ������';���.       ���.,   i and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
r j Business Transact ri.
h til Credit   .sued, available witl  correspondents in all nans of tbe
I
.'���   ������ tment
I  ��� all  wed
! ''--' '. nes a year.
1 Ass.'.:. fl      |       1)00.00.
'���"'A " fN'STl ������ ; BRANC ' <\  ri   BRYMNER. Manager
li-,. .. lib        ���     ,   ii su   - ol ;> umi ..  *ards,
t ;.  ppr cent,  per annum  (present rtitei  added
Canadian Bank of Commerce Sil*
l-��P Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save   ya_:   22   per   cent
cn a SAFE or CASH  REG STER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
V n ��� uver, '.', C
��� :   Rlcl   . :- sr., ri.   .-���> 2123;
Westminster Iron Works
Nothing bas added m ire to tbe merri-
GENERAL MACHINHJ aSu tMilNE   ment of the world than the iminten
: tional. unconscious humor of writers
ship SMITHING ttmuue. a;.o public speakers and, iu fact, all classe*
STRUCTURAL IRON WORK, land conditions of men una women,
mctudlni j And there i-; none sa dollghfft'1 It fai
exceeds in mirth provoklug quality tha
cold blooded humor of the professional
wits.
We Americans are a fun loving peo
[iie, and we must and will l^ive our
jollity. Some., one has saiel with certain truth: "With all our vanity, ener-
gy and unrest, we are not a dull, cheerless people. Sour faced follows, yellow
and dyspepti -, are to he met with in
our cars and ou out-streets, but they
are not the type of the American, for
he is as ready for a luugb as for a
speculation, as fond of a joke as an
offlce."
And the joke is all the more enjoyable wheu it is spontaneous. The greater the stress and strain of life the
greater the need and demand for humor, and no um.' deprecates the value
of humor excepting those who hav*
none of this good gift to their portion
"Sunset" Cox. one of the wittiest me., .
of his day, says in his book, "Why We
Laugh:"   "Eliminate   from   the   literature and conduct of any one people the
amusing and the amused faculty, and
you produce a sterility as dull and un
interesting as the cinders and ashes of
the volcanic fields of Iceland.    But in
dude   the   amusing   element   within
the experience and history of mankind,
and no description of luxuriance, with
grape, olive-, nectarine and orange, such
as makes the vales of Portugal a perennial smile, is adequate to emphasize ths
contrast."
One could not well instance a more
amusing blunder than that lu a painting of the "Blessed Virgin" In av, old
church lu Spain. In this paiutiug tho
Virgin is represented as sitting ou a
re : velvet sdfa fondling a cat "with one
hand, while with the other she is pour
i .. coffee fro;. ���-��� sih  r coffeepot.
This is as amusing e:s a painting in a
German church representing the sacrifice of  Isaac  by   Abraham.    In  thlr
PURE GOODS ARE
Cowan's perfection Cocoa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
luggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly to my
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi ti.���Tram   Oeoot
JUST RECEIVED CARLOAD OF
RRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BROS.M
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
, And all the principal b isiness centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEl   anel  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
o BUFFALO, NEW YORK.and
ADELPHIA.  via Niagara Falls.
Fer Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VA'-X.
HEAD   OFFICE.  TORONTO.
[dent A'e.'.-.X   LAIRD,  General   Manager
\l-   BANKING   BUSlNE.-t
(TtANSACTED.
Sales   Note...
TARMERS'  BANKING.
if'orcieci Partners fcr   their banking buslneas.
'  ken  for collection.
I e   MAIL���Deposits  may be made or withdrawn oby mail
1 -";. receive every a tention.
3TM NSTEft BKANClri-U. R DAVIDSON, Manager
,: SATURDAY   HJVENIN08, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
ftri ���->%>
BULLETIN
Great Northern Railway
{m ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
fy        [AND RETURN
���.'!.' Sept. U.  i"   ri. account Jamestown Es
���   oa.    Return   Lin'.t,  Ninety  DayB.
rate is from New  Westminster j   ?60   trom   Seattle,
;V;';" '''"'- apply to Dulutii; proportionately low rates .ronton and Oregon points   Rate tei    Chicago:    $71.60
tes to Omaha, Kansas City,   St. Louis,   and many
'     "n polntB.
Assistanl Gen'l Passenger and Ticket  painting   Abraham   is  about   to  dis-
Afjent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.    ' charge a huge pistol at Isaac 'Alien an
 _ . angel descends and pours n pitcher or
LAND REGISTRY ACT. j water ou the pan ot the pistol, thereby
Re   lots 5 ... I       .    lock :'.     I lh    ������ ;')USlsaac' .
..   . The writer once saw a crude painting
3 '  ",'; '  '   "��   '   '���   0f Kin-.- Herod with n pair of specta
��� ���"'��� ���   :--    -��� ��   -   ���'-' w N'l'-i'e.  ��� deg painted on his nose.   There is a
���iy.. \-b       i ths los    ,���,>!���;,��� old painting of St. Peter denying
oi ��� -.    lea     .    titi   numbe   i:   b- i    the Saviour, aud several of the Roman
e(i in the nam        iri -i ,"". v.b    soldiers in the background have ptpta
ll?ni   :- '���   b\.-:    et:   eri-''" their laoutb*
Offle
,\ itice is herebj  ���  vi n thai I sit ill
���ie the explr ition of on > m in h
the dal    of tb ��� first :-e' lh ati in
of,   -        i duplicate of I ie     :'. i        ma, if 1 wi
tiflcat . unless in the mean Ime valid   fuse It.���Cl
o jectlon be mad i to me In writing.
C- S- K',-.r."H.
District Reg! itrar of  i   '
Land  registry office,   New Westminster, B- C-, Sept. 16; 1907.
Hie!   !>-r  Doubt*.
Mamma���You shunM in< polite, elonr,
and offer to share your candy with
papa. Little Margie "K woul'J, nxaui-
sure be'tl be nolltc and ro-
_--_U-.'-l����l.K.
Cmtomer���Have yon anything that Is
good for f:\ll.u;: li.-Ur'.' I'aeetious C'lf>rk
--Hi^w would a wastebasket dot
_
ODDFELLOWS
MEETING.  ELAINE,   WASH..     Sept.   5th
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN YOU  BANK WITH
 �����������  The =====
1
Special train leaves
arrives at Blaine 7: \b p.
:      tare $1.50, children '
^Westminster at 6:46 p. m.
burning leaves Blaine 8:00 a. m.;  arrives Westm'n-
''" ;|- m.   Tickets good lor return passage Sept, Cth,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS OVER   45,000,000
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
'94, NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
1    OSS, Assistant General Pas3. Agt., Seattle, Wash.
w
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits. x
F. 8. LYL'i*,   Manager.
Nothing Excels
During the long winter months, the Graphophone,
for passing away the long dull evenings. We have
now a fine stock of Instruments, and over 3,000 re-
cdrds to select your music from.
Also Edison Phonographs and Records, Columbia a'nd Victor Records, Pianos, Organs, Musical Instruments, and Singer and Wheeler & Wilson sew
ing machines.
J. M. TODD
>****************************************************
i
i Page eight ���
the Daily nlws.
.. _      Monday
���-
HPT..
Get at the
Before you Insu'e Be certaen you are placing your insurance witn
a good company, where your protection is guaranteed I represent
some of the beet insurance companies doing cusness ,n Canada, and
write %ny kind ef insurance Our Fire. Life and Accident Companies
cannot be teat A call or post- card will inform you as to rates and
particulars.
.���_Vv
-f
WJ.KERR.J
\EW  WESTMINSTER.  B.  C.
West End Lots
Two good lots all cleared in a good k cation.
$500.00
For the Two; Not Each
One half ca;h, laiar.ee on terms.   This is the cheapest ever.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
************************** **************************
- -,.-      m
���������*
_ -=���
YY/E are  opening ::$
" another ship- ==t
ment of the Eaton- If
Hurlburt Papeteries |J
High class goods.     ri*
���     I
 ==���
���
PAPERS
8J.J.MACKAY & COS !
BOOhSELLERS
STATIONERS
MU DEALERS
^__^!��.^t--������-.. '...
*
We have in stock all kinds of
HEATING STOVES
Our Specialty���Airtights relined ard repaired.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 ��� AGENTS
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
brooches!
w
E HAVE NOW ON EXHIBIT A SPLENDID
LINE OF BROOCHES	
Gold, Gold Filled, Silver,
Diamond Set,     Pearl Set,     Amethyst,
Set,       Mourning, Souvenir,        &c.
l"     Also a full lins of STICK PINS    ��
W. C. CHAMBERUN, The Jeweler
���
&
'���
:���
���
:���:
���;
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V
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fc
Agent for the Hamilton  Watch.
KG&XX1*3*X*^^
>��:
Don't be persuaded Io use
imported salt on the grounds ol
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is the cheapcsi
in the end.
196 W
PEASANTS PROPOSE
ELECTION BOYCOTT
��-"-��<
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8   AM.    TO    IIP. M. As Usual
t
--.  , j  ��� -?    ttteRCT. tl
e steps
suitable far their tra
::-- :.-������      -    Raxtoa    steamen   **u
��� .   ���       - nu    efon     - " -
Gen jine Working Representation Being Impossible.
Masses   Will   Not   Vote.
Si   Peters   y-r. 8ept82��� The n.. re-
ment in favor of loycotting riv.-
_    -. ne s:rengtb ;_::.  :.-
��� .-ants.     A   large   numei-r  o:   K .-
sian cantons in Camare. Sarati ? u I
I - ��� -.. have ;.assej resolutions agains*
participating in the com ���..   ���  ���   tions
on  the  groun.i  that    under ibe Dea
���1-   ".irate   law   the working      ��� .-���-���-
can i.i  no circumstances  return  -��� I
uine representatives.   As ri. meetings
of th-       osit   :.   ..-.--    ��� ���. a fo
bidden, no general conclusion can  I ���
reached-
Tbe   present   prospect   is that   Ui��
��� ���  - ��� ��� -   -��..:    - ���  ; ���.!*** i    by tut
.1   democr..- - min ritj   ���
peasants In a few districts vb. Un
:������-..>..__- eant< ns wil refttst to ;-.- -
tlcipate- Party differences on lhi
question ������; boycott are leading to ������
rious tn ll Ir? on tbe votage. In Sara.-:-__: boyeotusts burned sevei
houses belonging to members of thi
-.::  D
ADDITIONAL LOCAl NEWS
Tbe city of Nelson was so crowd-
- . -.--��tbe fair ��-ct!:  that  tbe C
P- R   Btl   :. ������-   were :urnel Into  b
tels   ft r thi      :-.-��� ��� iii-    - ^eping  ac
oommodations   being    obtainable   foi
fri.v hours a night   Many of tbe h<--- -
h.. j :'.-.::. eight I   twelvi  - ests -.- ���
ing in one room at a time-
Ban imastei   Sawyer    ani   Manag
Shatl     . ������.: the Vernon Fi.-e Brig
band, who have Ieen engage j :o I ring
their aggregation of musicians to Ne*
Westminster to play on Thur> laj _ n
F-. lay o'. icl: wee!., are getting rea .
f< : ::.-: tri   and will come > ; I
riv- the  visitors U> ibe Ir. : -.ri    ������
tha: :_- going in the music Uns
Mc ney ;o loan on approved security,
Vi~c.~   Shiles cc Co, city-
A   meeting  of    the  Okanagan
S  . been     Agricultural    sa   et;
������������ .-'   week  fcr rir  purpose
Bnging  to  have    thei:    list)
- :    ' tbe New   ..'��� stn :.-'���
fair.   - .-   aftei   a   disci;.--    :.       f  UN
i     '- ���   ' illy,   the   men, ���   ���      i .    t��
the   non     - ��� n  that  tb-   -���   - -.
ranced to permit      ..... ��� \-
���  ...    (Tered this yee
evil question
-     .--      D
at th<     ��� - -       meeting
'    M    5 evening     Aid. Ga.retl   te
-- mittee the matti
ferred soi     wi _       -     I at Um
ast meeting <    ���; ���    ��� u icl    ���    anoth-
n wl    ti to coi     - -    ���     Investigations, and it is pi
-"'-'.
ri.i^ T.-:ne-,.
CLAXTDN CHOSEN  FOR
COMPANY'S   HEADQUARTERS
Following   ���  ���      one   ocemenl
B-   C    T    ���     ���
���
service    n thi   - ...
tion     ���  .   ��� : ���     f thi
I
the company w��i shortl;
i          :     -   :-       -     .  -    .
'. . -      ..- : ���   -      - _   ��� -j  - ���
tbi    Et singl ������.  headqnarterf
fact that thi   :���.���'..-.      -       ��� . -
when  the tide recedes, li       ���      ;. _��� .
fry hundreds of yards  fn
���' ���. i.*.\ '.n account of thi
���   : : - i��� ��� _js   it   ..,   ��-       -
:-iri;   this, ;^v if the whari
furthsr   out,  i;   would  be ��� ���-���
wheD "��� ���  Ud<  rises
Clarton has a fine natural     i
Call and examine
our full line of
Heating Stoves
Purchase at the commencement of the
fall season.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Real
Saving
Whether or net a price is low
-   -nds    on �����':.,.. sort of value
.   receive for the  price-    On
asis wi   save you money
:.   ever: thing   tha:    druggists
O'.r fi.-.-t aim is to supply
trade     with     de;.endable
���goods:  our second to save our
custom*-.--    something    on    tbe
cost-     We are  invariably  success!"     n     th thesi  lnt< nl   i -
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
General  Repairing.
-The
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Hosiery _ Gloves
TODAY
iv i-i
To our many customers who  have  been accustomed ��� I
wants   i these lines of goods this  display  offers exceptional
tun.; ti.      Special  displays of  New Hosiery a-'j Gloves toda ��
,V; ha-.e been getting ready, as   it  were, during ���-.   oa      ,
v.ee*s f;r  our fall   business   en     satisfaction     g., ~. ,    Hosi       '���*
l trr
'ierl' W
ents a
*nov.ltt
���"'������A
rii:
Glc.es     We  nave cur reputiitlo n at  stake  in these  -;?
cu-  -������::���   thia   season   has   been bought with a :  ���������
cf what ras been satisfactory in the past, to our customers.   ���.
not want to sell you poor trash      We   cannot   afford  to do to '
display tcday  la  In anticipation   of present and future wants m
car;   cf  eur many  customers      We want to ihov. our r(
Pleasure  and  profit   in  recomrre-
Reynier Kid Gloves
The satisfaction which this  :a mous   nial..-  ol ���������_������
���  seasons ha�� influence.-!  us  in doubling ou: .-���
a ���-���.��� ��������� want, we can fill It
Reynier'   Boneval   Glace  Kid.  3   clasp in shades - 0W]1
g.x>. green, cardinal, cream, navy and bla
I ��� n of their kind, per pair.	
Reyn,er's  Hand Sewn  Suede,   black, tern, brown   .
12 Button Glace Kid in tan, brown,  black,  white,
;��t pair	
'6  Buttcn  Length, per pair	
B   : lined. 12 and 16 button    undressed.
Id, mocha monsquetain". etc. all shown
- . ��� and sha les
V.V are now showing our Woo'.  Gloves    in  all
THE  MOST COMPLETE  HOSIERY STOCK WE ha-.e EVER
SHOWN
The ever increasing business in this department
: made li necessary for us to double our ap    ��� ���     g
-��� '/lon to wants of our custome rs  has made this
section* of the store-    You will   see  many  n^-w ;.:��� i
daj Sp( lal mention may be made of our Boys' heavy school hose,
all sizes, gerls' plain black and colored hose. Infants' long and shod
socks. Women's open worked and embroidered Cas---ere from 50cJ
$125 per pair Colored Cashmere hose for women -. a colon U
tractive   iines of   Men's   Cashmere socks, etc
11
il'
-
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be l
-!_���
n Tu-
ton
^H
Hon.
������
���
In
W. S. COLLISTER & Ca
THE   STORE   FOR   HOUSE  FURNISHINGS
247 Columbia Street, - - New Westmituttrl
r
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
Ranees. Stoves and all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia  and  Front Sts.       Phone 271
QOOKSLEY}S
Sou.- -
POST CARDS
'-���'���  '������   ������   '��� ��� -������������ .. ������       .    disl    ;
On Sale at���
Mcrey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Devan
CTAdrertlse the town  w.   live hi  !y
mailing Picture Post Cards \
friends.
TWO GOOD BUYS
Royal Ave., lot, well situated        $800, easy terms
Fifth Ave., lot 99x99, splendidly situated,
$800, easy terms
THIS PROPERTY WILL MAKE YOU MONEY
*��&*
Seasonable
Footwear
At a Very Wide Price Range
The hints that follow are
merely suggestive of our stock
of fall footwear.
Not even all the prices are
mentioned, and a personal inspection is the only means of
appreciating the variety.
The best makers of Canada
and the United States are represented, and hundred of the styles
are exclusive.
Now is the right time to buy
your fall and winter footwear,
and by trying Sinclair's first,
you'll save time and money both
W. E. Sinclair
<w.
THE RELIABLE   SHOE MAN
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