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 Shiles
[re insurance
LsTMjNgTER, B. C
���MBKK 289.
MRS STICK
[in spite of small
|,i: Who Suggested
Lder is Swiftly Sus-
ded by Executive,
14.
Striking telegra-
ko. Oi"
i ountry held meet-
practically unani-
i _    ...    ��� i Iiold out to the
fcjio enforct ment ot their de-
i ri;,i company  .
,       Lings Presldenl
Saturday sent o il
ling that the lo-
e proposition ol
I. . , .wis condemned
I,,-. '��� Blgnation de
I ��� three membi i
l, ! met oa call at
iiii,:,,:        '  "lc' general offl-
|;, , :..! Telegrapders'
I r and summarily sus-
iPririili'ie' Sma ! from offlce.
...   time    the  executive
,., of the strike  anel
a ch   ilar   to  all   unions,
em tu continue   the  strike,
ip ,.,.,   ,- ut    to    President
RUfj-Ing him that he had been
_r
HI:.,. uembers of the board
lisciifs its action tonight fur-
L te i ��� .1' a quorum waa
Juii.: : ' oard hail acted well
i,,n'.. ��� '. in summarily sns-
|tti(. , resi lent.
^rmaJ charges of any kin i
against President
, satisfaction with
Iki. ol conducting the strike
ji- ������ asoo for his Buepen-
Ifeneet known whether li will
I i e-i hi. but tiie HK-ui-
|l> :  are  confident  thin
���rid hold.
pre six im mbers of tbe ,;��� i
pltlvi    oard, including Presi
;:, I      ol Toronto, Fowler ie;
��, now   sick.     Three
| u( :ri- board, according lo
ito took action tonight, con-
Is quorum,
��ii*-:ii~rimi .it the president of
I" in   in  the heat .ef a
I strl e    -   practically   unpre-
fflcers, however, are
II :: ::: :|i(. vote oT the locals
K will aeet with the
I ol   . ii ' Ically every membi
Iwiijn an !   thai    no int- rnal
j 11 follow.
\i'-~ ��� President Small. In-
1 : Strife, appears t i
N1" the  strikers closer to-
W       -'���"������ rmlnation to hoi I
pi      companies.
J1''1   ���     h voted to continue
I* were Albany, N. Y.; ll ilti-
Ns, Houston,   Philadelphia,
ft Buffalo, San Antonio. Wash-
iBosiein, Memjdas, Cincinnati,
C is,    Nashville,   At-
['������"     ham,    .New    Orleans,
I* Norfolk, Richmond, M.n-
'������'���' ' il San Francisco, Oakland, s utie, i.os Angel. ^.
Sa '        I I nd  New  York.
SERVIAN  MONARCH
FEARS   FOR    HIS  THRONE
VlHU"   '"������ 14.   Th,  opponent   ,,i
Ki!1��  1V:"''  ":   -   ������       ave   round
greal -a-.
o! a chang<   of rule .   n,m.
re-opened theii   cam
paign with r. newe ,l   .������ , ���      .......,..
tin i   news   ol   the        .  ,      |n, .    0)
Emperoi   h'rancl    le
Ki''- Petei md hh ministers a;
watchin. vith bated ��������� th i'e- pro
gri -- 'I'- rii.. illness of ' ��� . ed em-
Peror, knowing that the il in ol Ser
vian government dep< n It Eargelj on
iii" continuance of thi ���-, ��� , the
vem ra le monarch,
SLAVE TRAFFIC
CHINESE
Society of Native Sons Taking Steps to Suppress
Trade in Human Flesh.
General Recalled.
Madi d, Oct. 14. ", y go\ irnmenl
bas ei,-i i led to recall Gi n, Santa Olalla
the Si anl8h command ��� I Cas i Blanca, whose diffi rences with Gen. Drude
have cause I endless friction : etwi en
the French and Sp mis    forc-4  .
BAIL IS WANTED BY
ROBBERY SUSPECT
Norman Malcolm, Lingering
in Jail on Serious Charge,
Pines For Freedom.
Sea Francisco, Oct. 14.���The secrel
���'������c ing in Oaklan i lasl night od 100
meml rs of the Chinese Native Bona
of the Golden Wesl revealed the facl
' bai an ela orate Becret at r\ U e Is
maintained 'ea the Pacific coast amon j
native born Chinese to fight iri Blave
traffi ��� which h ts become bo pn valent
���' Ith i   he past five yean .
The im i ting .e.-ie resulted en the
adoption of a plan to overthrow i h -
Tong wars an i Tong organteati en i
whit h have' | ��� come a greal factor In
the i rotectlon ol the celestial slave
dealers, 'i'ii" bi cret service Bystem
ol organization extends along the
Pacific coasl and as far easl at Mon
tana. Ai th meeting last night, plans
tor drafting an immense petition to
te presented to Secretary Oscar
Sl. aus <ef tin- department of commen
and labor, asking him to utilize tlle
secret Chinese organization for the
pre-,���( ntion of the slave traffic, were
adopted,
i'he petition was drawn up several
days ago and is signed by more than
100 native-born Chinese and prominent
merchants in San Francisco, it contains an exhaustive account of the
work that will be done by the Native
Sons in an attempt to bring the slave
'��� traffic to an end. The organization
is known as the United Parlor. Native Sons of the Golden West. Five
. hundred members, it is said, are h>-
cated in this state, including many
prominent and representative Chinese.
The first notice of the detective
: service of the organization was given
I last week, when throughout the Chi-
i nese quarters in San Francisco a rei
; Chinese poster was distributed warn-
��� ing slave dealers and their accomplices to ikMst in their nefarious practices i and*..'
WILL   NOW   BLACKLIST
FIGHTERS  OF   BOOZE
Chicago, Oct 11���The Hyde Park
Liquor Dealers' association, as a matter o! self-protection, has started a
crusade against those who over-imbibe. Notices have been sent out by
the secretar? of the association re
questing each bartender to ask for the
photograph of every drunkard from
hi.- wii'.- or family, in case complaim
of selling liquor to bim is made. The
pictures then are to lee sent to the
secretary of the association, and he
in turn is to have copies made anel
sent to every member of the association. Those picture.- then are to be
pasted on the mirror behind the bar
so that the dispenser of drinks may
see at a glance If he Is selling liquor
to a  drunk ar !.
The members of the association
have been prosecuted ��� Injured wives
for having sob! intoxicating drinks
'o their husbands.
KING'S HEALTH IS
CAUSE Of ALARM
Alfonso Has Weak Lungs,
And Death May Not be
Far Away for Him.
and deportation.
[AGITATORS  QUIT
THEr LOST THEIR JOGS
I'oeie. ii,, 14.���President S. J.
y: '' mmercial Tele graph-
P' ]"'-' bl hotel in this city
I rurther action In the
!"' i ., ir.
Norman Malcolm, charged with
highway robbery and te; present con-
Dned in the Provincial jail awaiting)
trial at the spring assizes, is apply-;
ing lo be admitted to hai.. Tiie application was made yesterday morn-
rig in county court chamgers by J. 1\
tl. Bole, acting foi' .Malcolm, aud His
Honor Judge Grant adjourned the ap-
plication till Friday, Oct. 18, to give
tbe Crown an opportunity to appear.
Malcolm was committed for trial
earty in the summer on a charge of:
waylaying and robbing William Anderson, a Swede., and bis case was
listed for hearing at the assizes which
met last week, but the chief witness
for the Crown failed to appear anil
ih-' eas^e had to be stood ovei until
u- xt spring. The accused was a very
disappointed man when he found that
hi would have to remain in jail until
next spring awaiting his trial, as ne
fully expected to regain bis liberty
when Anderson did met appear against
him,   it is tin- opinion <: tbe Provln- 	
cial police that Anders in was offered
nducements to clear out and not ap-     bkZwr settling aii expenses in con-
. ear at Uie trial. M-Otion  with   the  tea   rooms  operated
The application will be renewed bo-1 wl the provincial fair hy ihe local
I ,.. Judge Ci ant ut 10 o'clock on OliUneil of women, il Jul* been found
I���.   |a��� jthut  the substantial sum of $360 re-
. _.  mains in the hands of the treasurer.
Want   Universal   Suffrage. -i   'he   meeting  eef  tin-   council   held
Bnda Peat, Oct 14.���With busiMM eysterday afternoon, ii was decided
at a Standstill and al! shopi closed thai a check for this .amount should
anl fully a million ol workmen en- be lian led over to the management
gaged In demonstrations in more than of the Royal Columbian hospital! wlth-
.. hundiwd and ti11> cities, the Bum- -out delay. Some of the expenses in
garian parliament today had ou the connection with tin operating of th -
i en ttg da, of the sessions a slgnifi- tea rooms were heavy ihis year, the
eaace of general demand for universal building of an addition to the kitchen
- Ifl age Illustrated in a manner 11 will costing $170. whiie a stove anel a num-
So  (omplete   ier of  dishes and  other  articles had
*ttC '      '  ja*'
LOfidon, Oct. 14.���Ai) unusually well
informed correspondent, stationed tn
Madrid, who is in close touch with
court news and is not, a-s a rule, given
to reckless statements, says that the
gravest apprehensions are felt about
the lungs of the King of Spain.
Every effort, he says, has been made
to conceal the truth, and of course,
the usual formal official denials wil.
te issued, although it ls well known
lhat they will convince no one.
There can be no real reason for
keeping the king's condition from the
public.    Fortunately  youth  is on  the
GIGANTIC SWINDLE
REVEALED IN TIME
Mining Men Sink Immense
Sums in Salted Properties
---Then Bubble Burst.
Hide of the young king, and ev*ry pos-
tiireau of in.-j.rri.'Rnie nri, . rile care
LOCAL COUNCIL HAS
CHECK FOR HftSPIIAL
will be taken of him, so
far as his own restless temperament
wil. permit; but what lends special
gravity to the lung trouble is,'of
course, the fact that it is inherited
from a short-lived father.
'i'he sniaii .narro wchest, sallow complexion and quick manner of the
young king all tend to give physicians
corroborating evidence of the truth of
what  is now announced.
King and Czar to Meet.
Copeahagecn, Oct. 14.���A meeting
between King Edward and the Czar
leas been arranged to take place here,
according to the correspondent of the
Poiitiifns.
Seattle, Oct. 14.���Mining annals of
the Pacific Northwest do not reveal a
paralle�� to the gigantic swindle by
means oi salted prospect holes and
: imj - ot alleged gold-carrying dm
in the Red Canyon of Wyoming, in
which many Montana and Washington mining men and capitalists have
been Involved, Bankers, business
men and capitalists were to have BUb-
scribed to tiie siock of the corporation
which was headed by Thomas I.,
deem, igh, partner of the late multimillionaire, Peter Larsen in Northwest
mining and railroad operations.
Gree aough has two brothers in Si>o-
kane, W. O. Qreenough and J. B.
Greenough. J. it. Neill,, of Spokane,
one of ihe best known mining men of
the Northwest, was interes'.e|! in the
venture, and he headed a party of
Washington and Montana capitalists,
who, after visiting the ground, vot.d
that it was the greatest mining pr<>
l;ositicn in the placer line the wotvl
had ever Seen.
Then the bubble burst, when, after
a three days' investigation, E. W.
King, former speaker of the Montana
legislative house, and J. R. Neill, of
Spokane, decided to conduct an independent investigation. Their work
resulted in the expose of the greatest
mining swindle the Northwest has
ever hail. They found to a certainty
that the 1".U pros] eet holes and shafts
had been salted with gold dust to au
extent that, it ls believed, must have
cost the swindlers more than ?100,-
000.
On the previous trip of the Wash-
|.igtou and Montana capitalists, in
which Moritz Thomsen, Neill and oth-
eds participated, the investigators
found that the walls of the shafts,
when scraped of gravel, showed colors
and gold vaiiiers running to $9 per
pan. Then it was that the Green-
oughs eaud their friends thought they
had the greatest bonanza on record.
A few days later Neill and King
went over the same ground alone. Digging into the walls of the prospect
holes, they found to a certainty that
the dirt was worthless���that the walls
of the holes had-been "shot" with fine
gold.
The Creenough brothers spent $12a,-
000 in one day buying farm lands on
the creek that runs through Red Canyon, In order to control the water
right. They were to have paid $1,-
300,000 for the property. They will
pocket their losses and try to forget
Ihe most, gigantic swindle the Northwest has ever known.
White, Shiles & Co
HE \aESTATE
yy*f/��       Phone 85
T-   %.
ES  NOT  WANT
ANY  YELLOW   LABOH
Callao, Peru, Oct. 14.���El Bien Social, of this city, says:
"The ship bothiar has brought te'
this port 1500 Chinese, In spite of the
censures of the piess, in opposition to
all the public opinion of the country,
unanimous in repudiating this abominable Immigration, rejected by al'e the
civilized people of the earth, the Asiatic element continues invading the
people of Pern like a leprosy. In the
presence of so sad a spectacle, mav
w��' ask, shall we continue contemplating. Impossible, this shameful immigration'.' Will it lie necessary that rile
peo i"   separately or together, begin,
as on lasi Sunday, to repel with clubs
and sieiiies ih- unhappy Chinese? We
oughl nm I i exp"ft it. As eongress
will sho::;.. be in session, let it make
definite laws to restrict thi--, ourrenl
of Immigra lon, which in these later
yar. has talu a a .arming proportions."
INSPECTORS DOING
IMPARTIAL WORK
SLIM JUIDIENCE GREETS
STOCK COS PERFORMANCE
off (tie Btrike was
Small has not indi-
acwptS    the   BUS'
r'"l: "   itrooks, of the east
��� Western   Unio
my, sale!   today  tha
":i '       ���      not  interested
I
|aki :
ai ii
1 place
|v the
hardly care to Ignor
i-e the " passive resistance" strike that
it waj .necessary to requisition S0&-
diers to operate gas and waterworks.
All traina and newspapers were compelled to Buspend. Today's demon-
BtraUon probably will amouni t<> 8
peaceful revolution which will mod
erni�� Hungary anil destroy ibe p iwei
ol tiie nobles. Tbe' passage of a universal suffrage bill will be a greal vie
: i      oi   Emperor Francis  ;"-' ph
��� likera,
he, "we are will-
certain minrier ol
1 qui. US, but  never
loyal employ*-* be
Ikers.    Agitators will
1 for the com pany."
; EX-CHIEF CHISHOLM
DIED LATE LAST NIliHT
pin w
^��ion cr Loca|  Fee|ing_
MU(n- U.- "Mahratta" Poon-
1     ���������   Uel  between   ihe
PPftan
hb ���;....
Pits [a
1�� "am,.
Ilts
1 peo
Ethose
f Into in
rin,v
IWUmate
�����ori|e.
i   In    India   and
n8  In  Western  Can-
I'ormer is being fan-
the reports which
1 of treatment meted
1   i:i foreign lands, ev-
faces
who    bave  been
md feeding on In-
s hi a country which
Pasturage for thelT
' must therefore be
���,..,'."ri1':'!������' Imperialist that
,      ',    ' I   Of   Europeans  in
: I nnd ���Idaho thai
'��� Africa and Am-
:oi..r.'' rti��aately te brought
Ex-Chief oi Police Chisholm, of Vancouver, died tat evening at bis home
on Cordova Btreel easi. after an illness extending over two months. A
.���.,;���,���.Iriation of Internal troubles
drought, about hit? death.
. Mr. Chisholm was a native ��f tlie
,���.;������;(. of Scotland., and the greater
part of his life was passed in London,
riuriand. where he hail charge of the
U'hames division of the London police.
jie came to British Columbia about
(wo years ago, and later went to Daw-
��.on, where his daughter and her husband, Alexander McDonald, reside.
11,. returned to Vancouver some
an.l  on  the retirement
(Months   later
Van-
also to be purchased. The total amount taken in during the five days
was $739.55. The thanks of the council were extended to the following,
who kindly assisted by donations of
goods: Gall Brothers, Vancouver, per
Mr. Peters, tea and coftee; Eden Bank
creamery, cream; A. C. Wells, Chiiliwack, butter; Mr. Hainsworth,
dishes; Messrs. Mi'lHer & Green, I Is
cuits; GUI' :���   Bros, coal.
The ri adlng < f ibe re; on of the
meetings of the National Council,
which took place in Vancouver in
duly, occupied some time, Mrs. i_. G.
McKam reading the document and em-
'. phaslzlng the  more Important  points,
During the course of the afternoon,
n hearty vote of thanks was read red
to Mrs. Broad for the onerous work
which she had done in the past as
corresponding secretary for the council, while a large number of letters
wen' read and other routine business
attended to.
Mrs. E. ri. Webber, president, occupied the chair, others present being,
Metdames Broad, McKam, WarwlcJc,M,
Sinclair. Sievewright, Henderson, .1.
Anderson, H, Cordon, Schaake, .Medley, H. Davis, A. .1. Hill, Pcwrest -
S. .1.. Pearce. Benson, W. \. Duncan
ancl others.
Montreal, Oct. 14.���Arthur Ontwent
l-'aiiey died at the home of his son-
��>r Chief  Sam  North   from th
Mr. Chisholm was J in-law.  George  Kiely, Gerrard street,
lie held I Kasl.  yesterday.    Mr. Farley  wanted
laniver police force,
.iskeel to accept the position.
chief Of  police  from
, ������   tha   prasent
ihe position o
(inly,  1906, to -bin--
fear.
Th' fun?ra3 wil
���'Oliver.
be h'U !a
V ri
te catch an early train in the morning
3 a. 1 got  up at  3 o'clock  to see thn
ti ���.; . and in turning off ib.s
���: ; ctsed 'o have cu^ed  ������  .
far, allowing the ...vs to esca;e
gar.
A slock coinpany made up of Miss
Marjorie Rambean and Henry Es-
mond, both already known to the New
Westminster theatre-going pub.ie, and
several old and new acquaintances,
held the boards at the local Opera |
bouse last evening iu the well-known
drama. "Voting Mrs. Wintbrop." The
attendance was ihe smallest seen in
house this year, there being not
more man a hundred persons present. Whether the slim attendance'
was owing to lack of public interest
in most of the members of the company, or lack of interest in the play,
is a, question, but Miss Ram beau's
known ability as an actress should
have commanded a wider patronage.
She took the role of "Young Mrs.
Winthrop," and infused into the par.
about al'i the dramatic tone that was
produced by the company.
She has a good stage presence, acts
and talks in a manner that seems natural to her, and altogether makes a
good impression. Henry Esmond acted the part of Douglas Winthrop with
very good effect, and Edwin Geldel,
in the role of Buxton Scott, the family lawyer and confidential adviser,
was, next to Miss Rambeau, the most
interesting personage in the company.
Miss Nell Gibson, who took the part
of Mrs. Richard Chetwyn, might have
done far better if she had scared up
a few more witty remarks to justify
her extreme hilarity, and even then
a taught or two might be struck out.
But perhaps lt was all in the part.
On the whole the snow wa3 wel
received by tht audience, ancl there
rirali i'e a gen. attendancs th's eve-
a'.'.g ��� rie i the fclse ;:������.< leictrin wil!
again Le put on.
BIG SASKATOON   BRIDGE
IS OPENED FOR TRAFFIC
Saskatoon, Oct. 14.���Today will be
recorded as a red letter day in the
history of Saskatoon as marking the
opening of the first traffic bridge in
the city. The bridge is the longest
at present iu the province of Saskatchewan, being SOO feet in length, and
���cost;.Vig ?UO,000. It is the first link
to join old and new Saskatoon. It
was erected by the Provincial governmenl, tlie contract being awarded to
the Canadian Bridge company, Last
week Mr. McPherson, government
I ridge Inspector, submitted the hiielge
to a twenty ton test, and found the
structure quite satisfactory, and recommended lt3 acceptance, The actual time spent in tne construction of
the spans aggregated forty-seven days,
Brought an Army Over.
Toronto, Oct. 14.���-The Salvation
Army has brought sixteen thousand
Immigrants to this country this year
and would have brought more, only
the steamship accommodation was
tacking, according to a statement, of
Col. Lamb. He said today they were
preparing 'to bring out twenty-five
thousand next year. Five hundred
women and children arrived this
week, and four hundred more are on
the way.
No meeting of the city council was
held last evening, owing to the absence of the mayor and several aldermen from the city. Aid. Johnston
and Garrett put in an appearance at
the city hall, but as four aldermen
are needed to make a quorum, no business was don". Several public spirited citlnena ve.-o cn hand to hear A'ld.
Gari '"'' re o" .-n th" moral reform
i ������ ��� i ���������: were again doomed to dls-
ap] oint tnent,
i
Chairman Mills, of Railway
Commission, on Investigation of Accidents.
Ottawa. Oct. 14.���On the subject of
the inves igation of railway accidents,
Dr. Mills, railway commissioner,writes
to the press that the work of the inspectors of the commissioners is
thoroughly impartial and fearless, ln
dealing with their reports, the board,
says Dr. Mills, is aware and not unmindful of the following facts:
(]) That for several reasons, especially the great demand for men to
operate new lines on railways in Canada and the United States, the railway
companies find much difficulty in get-
'ting and keeping well-trained p.n.1
thoroughly efficient men of experience
in the responsible positions filled by
Inany railway employees,
i (2. That railway men, despatches,
Conductors, enginemen, firemen, brake-
taen and others have difficult, hazardous and more or less perplexing duties to perform during the night, as
Well as the day, and in ail kinds of
���weather.
��� (.2) That in failures and offences of
employees, even the most culpabSe
hegligence, the most flagrant violation of rules or the most reckless taking chances, the only way the rail-
Way companies can administer drS-
bipline is by reprimand, suspension oi
'dismissal, forms of punishment which.
fcount for very little, whea a man hss
only to walk across the street, frgn*
one company to another, to secure 38"
���good a position as the one he has
lost.
All these facts are fully considered
by the commission in dealing with
each case. When the punishment inflicted by tne railway companies 's
considered just and adequate, no action is taken. When the punishment
���is regarded as clearly inadequate the
commission sometimes, but not often,
���requests or directs the company to in-
���flict much additional punishment as
the interests of the railway employees
and the travelling public seems to demand, and when loss of life is caused,
either by neglect or penuriousness on
the part of a railway company, or
through what appears to lie inexcusable carelessness or flagrant violation of well-known rules by a railway
employee or railway employees, the
case, with a copy of the evi,lence, la
���sent to the attorney-general of the
province interested, that he may consider whether further action is advisable In the interests of the travelling public and especially in the interests of railway trainmen, who suffer most of all from failures on the
part of railway companies and negligence, recklessness or perversity on
th? part of those who are directly responsible for the shunting of cars and
the running of railway trains.
In some instances employees who
have been responsible for serious far-
tal accidents have fled to the United
States, and, so far, no action has
been takes in an.v province to bring
back such fugitives and have them
stand their trial.
Sentence for Horse Stealing.
Chatham, Ont, Oct. 14.���G. Fett. Big
Point, has been sentenced to seven
years in the penitentiary for horse
stealing. The magistrate in sentencing Fett, observed that in the sotith-
o?a states many n man had been hung
f0�� ������,..-,. steri.-ic. r.:;d rihnt under this
- Irt���"���������_��� '.mc.'s thts sjn'.Pi-C" was hivt
and ??!';.''.?.' le cre. 'li*
����er
���
Voting Contest
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS ELEGANT LIBRARY' INCLUDING 125 VOLUMES AND
HANDSOME CASE WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER SECURING THE LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES IN THE FOLLOWING  MANNER:
The merchants listed below will give with each 10c cash purchase one vote.
The contest began Aug. 23 rd, 1907, and will close Jan. 23rd,
1908, at 7 p. m.
A ballot box is placed in D. S. Curtis & Co's drug store, where
votes are to be deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge. Society, Church or School
having received the largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Current   accounts  when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by trading with the firms listed below.
Library   is on exhibition at W.  E. Fales'  furniture store.
D. S. Curtis will count the votes.
fLEETS GATHER
EOR MIMIC WAR
r
���
���
:
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
IJ.   S.   CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and  Salted   Meats
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West   End  Grocery
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
THE   DAILY   NEWS   PUB.  CO.
Daily  and   Weekly   News
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
MOREY   &  CO.
Books and Stationery
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
(under new  management)
Lionel   Haweis,    Photographer
0.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    Confections,     Ice   Cream
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods, Gen.  Repairing
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES
S.  H.  Thompson, Prop.
North Sea Will be Scene of
Make-believe Struggle by fl
England's Navy.
London. Oct. 14.���There is now assembling in the North sea. and the
English channel for manoeuvers, under the command of Admiral Lord
harles Beresford. a fleet of British
warships representing an aggregation
of naval power surpassing all the immediately available resources of any
two other countries of Europe, and j at
uot a single ship of this fleet has
been drawn from the reserves, from
the Mediterranean fleet or from the
Devonport and Portsmouth divisions.
The home fleet, which is now as
���enabling consists merely of these
ships maintained in the vicinity of tb i
British isles, and which throughout
the year have been engaged in war
training, lt numbers llu pennant.
and is composed of twenty-six battleships, fifteen armored cruisers,
several protected cruisers, various
auxiliary vessels and forty-eight torpedo vessels. The battleship Dread
nought is not falling part in the manoeuvers, as she i.s being titled ..nil
a new steering engine before bi Ins
subjected to a further series of sei
trials, which it is hoped will prove
of assistance in determining the design pf future large' battleships.
The first section of tbe coming
naval manoeuvers. covering four da, -,
will be oi' a tactical elesc:/::on. a>
the final days will be devoted I i
ismdying the problem of defending
ships against  torpedo attacks.
With  the   "mosquito  fleet"  atta
ing the   large   warships   and all   the
land station., manned, the coining operations are expected  to be most interesting.
SLIPPER>_
The  Dr.   Jaeger's   Famous   English   Felt  Slippers
ARE   MERE
You don't know what comfort is without a pair.   Ask
for them, insist on   having  them,  take no others.
They are sold only in this City by
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man.
Condensed
Advertisements
W
\NTED���TO    RENT    FOR    iriX
months,   furnished   house,   with
furnace.   Apply C. T. Daily Newo.
W
ANTED���SEWING HY EXPERI-
enced dressmaker. Please i ul
at .Miss Matthews, 212 Royal av-'ii .
corner Mclnnis street.
W
ANTED���BUTTERMAKER,   FOR
Salt Spring island ('rei"-ry
association. Address secretary, Cages, B. C.
WE    SUPPLY
kinds,    no
Daily News Voting Coupon
In Library Voting Contest.
Good   for   Ten   Votes   in Library Voting Contest    in    fave
of
Voted   by
For one  year's subscription  paid in advance,  $4,00,   we gi
200 votes; .-ix months, $2,00, 100 votes.
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HELP    OF    ALL.
charge', telephone
3329, Canadian Pacific Employment
agency, 5(Kl Cordova street Wri Vancouver, B. C.
Slide in Panama.
Panama,   Oct.   II.���The     American
engineers lire bavin.; trouble with "
Cuchuracha slide at the south end'ol _ i	
the Culebra cut.   This point of lai j*OUND���LADIES   GOLD   WATCH,
alwaya a source of   tremble    to    .��������� -T     Bemi   hunter,   initials   on   case,
French   when   they  tried   to  dig   th owner  iau  have  same    on    proving
canal,  Is again  in motion, and   will proving property and paying for this
prove a hindrance all during the wi I advertisement.
seat m.   Aboul 5,000,000 yards of dirt  e
li   i.e   motion.    All  of  this,dirt'musl TTlOR    SALE ��� POINTER    BITCH,
ultimately  l.e removed, but the engl- P     young,  should make good  game
in.;-  would rather gel It slowly than (jog<    box 61  Daily News office.
bave ll pushed od tbem. 	
F
os �����
\OR  SALE���70 ACRES  OF GOOD
Car Shortage. -      farming  and  fruit  land;   partly
Regina,  Oct.   U.���Estevan    rep   t'i   ���'   i,!;   '-'   mile    from   Chllliwack|
i might that one of the <oal mines has   "'am
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
'WHEN  YOU  BANK   WITH
 <rhe =====
bei n  trying  for the past ten days to
| get cars for coal t'i be shipped to a
] customer on the Estevan branch, but
: up to dale the 0. P, R. has failed to
supply them.    It i.i feared, if it is impossible to  get cars now,  before the
wheat   really   begins  to   move,   there
is  the   greatest danger   that   the    lif-
ticulty   will   be'  intensified   a.
aproaches.
line.    For particular.
O. Hox 212.
write  "2"
F'
IOR SALE��� KNOWN THAT TW')
lots on Seventh avenue near
new cut. off line to Vancouver, aro
for sale. A;.iily A. f*. L).. I'. O. Box
693.
L
OST���A   (.OLD   BILLED   WATCH,
turn to T. Gilford's jewelry Btore anl
obtain reward.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS   OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. 3. LYLE,  Manager.
Big Strike in Sight.
Lon Imi, Oe:. 1 I.- Ri< hard Bell, ri.
I'., general secretarj oi the Amalgamated Society ot Railway Servants,
announced unlay that tlie railway
companies had sent an unfavorable
ready to ; he- s<.e rit.. 's deman I - for I he
recognition of their unions. The ballots .-ee f.r received trom the men on chandler,
the advislbility of declaring ;i general 'ver, B. ('.
strike are largely in tavor of a gen-1	
eral strike'. |'T_)EMEMBER
rpo    RENT ��� TWO     FURNISHED
���      bedrooms   near    Library,    apply]
287 Victoria street.
 ��
TIMBER  LANDS���WE   DEAL   Exclusively in timber.    Have large.;
and  small  tracts  on   water.    If  you
wish   to   buy   or  sell,  see   me.     E.   it. :
107   Hastings   Si.,   Vancou-
R'
THEATRICAL TEMPESTS.
The  Way  h
Bank of Montreal
FSTAiiLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
fii-anohes throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  in   London,  England,
New   York,  Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Ussued, available wi IL correspondents in all  parts of the
World.
Savingt Bank  Department.     Deposits received in suns of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $lCS,onn.noo.OO.
Open every Saturday evening from 7:   30 p.  m. to 9 p.  m.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANC H. G. D. BRYMNER, Manager
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B   E.  WALKER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager.
A GENERAL   BANKING   BUSINESS  TRANSACTED..
FARMERS*  BANKING.
Every facility  afforded  Farmers for   their banking  business.    Sales  Notes
cashed   or  taken   for collection.
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposits   may he made or withdrawn oby1 mall.
Out-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
NKW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS 7 SO TO!) P.M.
Rainstorm   In   I'roilur**
on  tin- Stage.
Probably noi more than one person
In a hundred stops to consider bow u
rainstorm   is  producea  mi  the stage.',
Few perhaps have ever given tbe sub
Ject any serious tii night.
During the coming  up of tbe storu,.
there is seen vast clouds of dust, t',ie>
wind blows n gale, aud suddenly 'ho
rain comes down in ion-cuts.   It  is an
effect so natural that nne almost iin
agtucs the elements are genuinely m ,
the warpath.   Yet, though tbe rai.. i*|
real   water,   not   a   person   is   actually
drenched,   because   the   water  comes
down  at the  very front of  th.-  stage.
While the  players  are  well  back  and
not at all exposed to its moisture.
It might he thought that to produce a
Btorm many Intricate bits of machinery
would be necessary, yet r.-.cii is noi the
case, for the simplest devices product'
the effect desired. These are some ga:-
pipes punctured by myriads of holes,
through which the welter runs fron,
small barrels, each about half full, ui
either end. The Sejtitul of the wind Id
made by a revolving burred Which
touches n heavy piece of canvas In Its
rounds. The thunder effect is caused
by the artistic manner in which u man
beats a hass drum, and tbe gusts of
dust are blown across fhe stage b.v an
electric ran. Thc flashes of ligbtulng
nomo from nn electric battery connect
ml by wires which when placed in con
tai'i thr i-.v out the dazzling flashes,  a
metal platOi wbicb had been special!]
prepared I y-first being heated to white
boat ami then scratched by a knife, Is
placed in a calcium light machine and
gives the effect of lightning ill thc distance.���N"w York Mull.
SIPPRELL DOES
the neate .1 an 1 cheapest work In
, the rubber stamp business, also tnan-
I ufacturer of Uncle Bill Oil. John
|SipprelI, 116 Second Btreet, New
Wi stminster.
S
PRAYED
Horses
one
PAIR     OP
i   light,  b.a.i
HEAVY
\v
stripe on face, mare darker in color;
si rayi d trom Burnaby Lake, Fin le-.'
please leave at Thompson's Livery
Barn.
PALMISTRY���(MADAME DE-PAY,
England's greatest psychic palmist, Willi iie at the Windsor Hole!,
Room No. '.!, on Friday und Saturday,
October 18 and 19, trom 2 to 9 p. m.
Madame De-Pay would like to meet
during her stay any spiritualists that
may be In the city.
EIRE ALARM   BOXES.
Following is the location and  nu:
ber of the lire alarm boxes in the ci')
5���Asylum,
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth,
8���Royal avenue ami Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin.
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
21��� -d avenue and Second,
25���Fifth  avenue and   Fourth.
20���Fifth avenue and  Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Work:..
35���Columbia and McKenzie,
36���C.P.R,  Station.
42���Small  and  Bucl.latui   Mills.
A Good
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall ancl pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURAXJ
8 ULLETI N
Great Northern Railwa)
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East  and South
Leave 8:20 a. in., 12:10 a. m.. 4:35 p. m.
Parlor Car.-.   Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound rates from all | ��� ints
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange)
delivery of tickets for vou free of charge.
Phone 13-1
\\\ A
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER B. C.
Ari.. Seal
ROSS, AsBlstanl General  i'
fififl 1W*TS!S<:
KCSSfftt
i   ADVERTISEMENTS  IN
Te
Daily
News
BRING  BIG  RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER DM
OCT. 15,
1907
4
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
pR0FE5S
IONAL
���
.... KRISTER,   St
42   borne   Street
IjfiK"'
ll". '-
, ..  EDMONDS. Barrtn
rESIIT -     ' tors. Blackie Blk..
P1^'"'.   New   Westminster.
_F "  ' v H   1- Edmonds.
[fl'HiteMde. "ri_____	
|        [A3IPTON BOLE, solid
"Grand Trunk Ry. Loofe   ��/p
���
un. Offices
(.innierce   build
���    o|e|jeesite   post
Ul
t ��ter.    Money tc
Excellent Train Service Between ��� 	
Chicago, London, == THE =
Hamilton, Toronto, Royal City Clean-
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centersof
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
BRITISH STATESMAN
HAS PLUM IN SIGHT
���     UM
#
AMUSEMENTS
���
��� ".."-.".^���.o'-.."������'-
wns *;.,. ,:..	
.... trapp Bin..   Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and'
,.}  u��rne ��>ueet��
2ltoU4��Crao
M: rtln, K. c, j
, ��  u   McQuarrie, n. A
taV'\!.-  :' "'"  be ln thj
:  es every Friday af
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
Fer Tiro* Tables, etc, address
GEO.  W.  VA'_>X.
ktnster
c
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
ing, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
367   Columbia   St.
OPP. PRF.MIER BOTEL
QOOKSLEY'S
Campbell-Bannerman almost
Certain to be Appointed
Warden of Cinque Ports.
l,rl; MARTIN, Barrister and
EuTr Guichon  block, Colum
iMcKwu ���  bi eets. New Wesi
.������ ���
UrsGrav  Barrtster, Solicitor
L ,r   .        . in practice since
minster. B.C.   Of
, irtis Block, Clark
j .... te    Court  House
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
\m '���'���������
���e]ihcne 64.
|.        SSFORD.    Barrister,
.     ���     . tc, Crescent block,
and      McKen7.it
i-���W wi Btmlnster, B. C.
I OF TRADE.���New Westmin
JBwrd of Trade meets ln the
|jR,x)ti). City Hall, as follows.
Wednesday of each month
tody meetings on the second
Lsday of February, May,
1st and Nuvember, at 8 p. m.
Ll meetings on the peeond
L-duy of February. Ne*
jbers may be proposed and
fed at any monthly or quarterly
tag. A. K. Whi'e. Sec.
I  Known
Souv< nlr
POST  CARDS
of Ni and dist "ici
On Sale at
Morey's     Bookstore    and
at   Garror.'s   Cigar   Divan
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,  ^Advertise the town we live in  ly
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and      mailing Picture Post Cards to yon
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains   (except      friends.
Sunday)    carrying   passenger.',   mail,   	
express    and    freight    connect    with   _ _ _ _, _    ,
stage's at Carcross and White Horse,   \A/^    p af"   ��(\   I   1\7*>
maintaining a through winter service.    ����� C   J-tQl   IU  1-��IVC
Foi  information apply to But ai the same time it is nec< s-
1.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,      sary to know what wc- are eating.
Vancouver.  B.  C.
��� At KENNY'S Cafe
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY  NEWS      Yon   can   rely   upon    GETTING
THF.   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
Rubberoid Roofing
SOCIETIES.
IF,_AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
(tegular meetings of this lodge
Hi In tildfellews' hall, Colum-
���net, every   Monday  evening.
Iftlock.    Yriiting brethren cor-
Inviti 1    to    attend.    C.   S.
G     v.Y.n McDonald,
C .ethane.  K.  B.; G. G.
F >    \ ��� \. Adam-, treasurer.
It has stood the test, heat, frost, wind and rain,
gives entire satisfaction, does not harden in the
sun or crack in the cold, always waterproof, always tight. It is light in weight, low in price
and makes a roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Write for prices, -:- -:-
Corrugated Iron always on hand and price right.
Leondon, Oct. 14.���Many predictions
are being made as to the future of Sir
Henry   Campbell-Bannerman.    One ol
I he it resting of these   point!
to iii'     i Ime minlstei   is the success-
nh        K"-m  l,: " Prince of Wales  is the war-1
InonftlWo  ,;,:,,. the Cinque Ports.   The prince
~,suc<<    led   Lord   Curzon   against   hij.
will, a- he        i ,   ���   has more business
of .e  cen monlal  order ihan   h ���  . an
manage, and the ri .ignation rell ved
him  from the obligation of satisfy Ing
!��� man le   of  Dover  for ol
fid i pomp
��� ��� ��� ��� .- ll follow Lord
precede; It be takes the
31 nd the < Inque Ports ol
fei ��� I e bi - p i posii Ion In I he kingdom :,, ml to royaltj Walmer Castle
will , .i nvenii it wei k end residence during ihe- winter. Campbell-
Bannei i .an'B he all h Is Improved ani
:In . Ifi ao ;,iIval of the talk a ou*
his retirement from  public -it'.
!'��� .- more necess try than evi r at
the Libera] leader in the House ol
Commons, since the campaign againsi
the lords has .ecu proclaimed, anl
he has powerful support from the financial classes and their most, influential men. The Economist warmly
e e ipoi e liini when it sounds a warning thai the House of Lords will meek-
���
ly acquiesce in the destruction of free
trade ii the tariff reformers return to
power, and reminds the wealthy tax-
pay* rs thai for every pound which he
! maj call upon them to pay for social
I reform they lost a o:ean hundred In
increased taxation and depreciated Investments through Mr. Chamberlain's
polii j.
Monday  and
Tuesday
The Rambeau and Esmond
Stock Company
St
IN-
Trains & Steamers
CP.R.   MAIN  LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7:15, 9:35.
17:05, 18:30.
Arrive New Westminster 8:45,
10:35, 18:10,  20:16
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.2(1 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 [i.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G. N. R��� PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminstei  3:60 p.m-,
arrive Guichon 6 pm-
Leave Guichon 6 a- m , arrive New
New WestmljiBter 8:30 a   a
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and.8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Young Mrs.
Winthrope
POPULAR PRICES
Pickard
China
JUST    RECEIVED   DIRECT FROM
STUDIO.     CHICAGO,     OUR FIRST
SHIPMENT     OF     PICKARD HAND
PAINTED  CHINA.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Iritlsh Columbia Coast Lln*
Service.
T. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
fRMAL   ORDER   OF   EAGLES.
N   20   Meets every Tuesday
I-:- p   m., in ilie Eagles'
11    ll     a street    F.  J,  Lynch.
: ll   Schofleld, Secretary.
.W.-FR4SER LOCGE No. 3
ietlngs the first and third Tues
I Ire e:ee h mouth. Vlsitinv
iren coi .Ilj invited to attend
f n . A. O. U. W. hall. Odd
W rie.;.;. Clarkson street, C
ra ler; Oeo. Bacon,
fn worl, a an
., Ainuftrttttrtirrxiii
������ Tht jVapl* Leaf ForeVer"
r'e have tai.cn the Maple Leaf ior our trade mark, because ;1 is Cr.nadiar.
Mucker  Boss  Killed.
Phoenix,  B.C., Oct.  14.���Alexander
Dawson, a mucker boss, was instantly   killed  last  night  in the   Rawhide
mine   in   this  camp,   while in   an  ore ;
chute. Although warned several times
recently not to to Into the chutes, in
;��� '   lsted,   and   last   night  a   piece  of
ore suddenly fell, pinning him against '
the Bides .et the chute, death ensuing
nsl mtly.    Dawson was a young man.
i  native of Scotland, and had been i
employed in this camp for a year or j
two, air! having a cousin living near
.' ��� Itane.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Aoent   Hamilton   Watches.
2^mW
OF COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
I SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
lose D :���:���-��� meets Second and
fth Wednesday of each mouth,
���of P. Hall, Columbia St.. at
in,White Hose Degree, Fourth
Inesday in each month, same
land plare.    Visiting Brethren
1 E. L. "Webber pre
ss   etary.
i >:���'
MADS IH CAB
THE co--
PCFvFCCTION
J
j
I
fMr-plv I.<rif
Lubcl)
DA, AND IS TIIE PCKIIST A3D
'AN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
IJBW^M-aWMMWIWS
_J
Death of George MacCormick.
George    MacCormick,   manager     ol I
, the Canadian  Pacific Lumber  Co., al
Porl   .'.1 tody, died al the General hospital,   Vancouver,   on   Sunday     rilgh!
���:���    BdacCormlck  wa- Beized  with an
��� ���  appendicitis on  Wednesday
md ��������� i ighl to the General
ital.   He was well known ln Van-
iver  aad  New   Westminster.      11"
i in i   i;oni Parry  Sound. Out.., a con-
stii icncy he represented In the House
i of Commons ien   i number of years.
estate i! worth in the n ilghbor-
, he    I of $500,00 '.
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
as well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to rail to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
|TBrUJNETT���. No. 4099, I.O.F.
the  Fourth   Fridav   in  the
���t" a' v     ������:��� ek,   in   'lie  small
Oddfel ews'   block.     Visiting
rf,';i are        ...-;;-.  tainted to at
.    ''���   I'. .;���,,!!,   (.'.    K.;    F.    P
���well, u -���
lT ROYal iv'. LUMDIA. N0.88C8,
I, F;~ I       ��� ;ular meetings ol
J ������'"''��������� ii i.i .en the Second-
I1":- ��� tys of each month
. ��� oeidv. Hows' Hall.
���l.:'1'  '-: :    are   cordial.',   in-
ii. C. Firth, C. R.I
��� M i\-a.       ���:. ,.
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
T STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, HEW WESTMINSTER
Opera House Bookings
OFFICE: P
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
P��YAL V'LAKS  OF TEM-
NCE i        every Wedneaaaj
. ni., in Oddfellows'
Wlumbla     .street.      Visiting
:i ���       rdlally Ipvlted to at-
n,    S.  ('.;     N.  E.
i, Se
tliT,^C0TLAND BENEFIT A*
EjnON, LORD OF THE ISLES
irdT M""s on lhe Flrst and
lcif ri!;,vi;'-v ot every month in
L ri: Hall,     j0hn    McNiven,
f- J- J.  I'm
ster. Rec. Sec.
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I. I. O. P.; C. O.
Misses and Children's
Dresses
p'or Fall and Winter Wear in sizes from
1 to 10 years at prices varying from
75c to 8.00
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH, -  275 Columbia Street
\   Wife's Secrel Oct. tT
Raffles    Oct. BO
I   !'.��� I Irving  Nor.   7
Tilly Olsen   Nor.
Tbe Alaskan   Nov.  I I
Holy   City    Nov 19
- i .ib   Truax     Nov. _.'���'.
Uncle Tom's Cai In  Dec, >s
\ie-   You   Crazy Dec. 2\l
Devil's   Auclie.ui     Iftn. - ���
i: i ter   Brown    Mar. 12
Paul   Fil.inoie-    Mar   18
SI    iei New York   Mull i
/rii"   Burgomaster    April .
\ College Hoy   May 27
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,   double
"ase, $7.50 Up.
Tl   Agent for the celebrated South Bend
9|Watche8, Bupplled   to    the    Wellman
i ] Arctic Elxpeditlon.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch   repairing;     charges   reason-
ible.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
VANCOUVER      VICTORIA SEATTLE
ROUTE
SS    Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vancouver 1 p.m. daily except Tuesday,
leaves Seattle 12 midnight daily.
Leaves Victoria 7:30 am   daily except Tuesday,  for Vancouver.
S S. Charmer
Leaves Vancouver 11:30 pm- daily
except Sunday.
Leaves Victoria 1  p.m. daily except
Sunday.
SS   Princess May or Princess Royal
Leaves  Victoria ,12  midnight  Mondays-
Leaves  Vancouver 1  p.m   Tuesday-
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer   R.   P.   Rithet.
To Victoria:   Wednesday, Saturday,
7 a.m.
From   Victoria:     Tuesday,   Friday,
7 am
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
leaves   Vancouver   1:80   P-m   daily.
except Sunday.    Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1  p.m.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS- Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and 4th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports;   7th of each
month  for  Qualsino and   way   ports;
20th of each month for Aheuset, Quat-
sino, Cape Scott and way ports-
S. S. Transfer.
Leaves   New   We-ini:i:ter  daily   ex
cepl s indaj al 2 p.m., with additional
brlp M "ti l:'.'. al ���"��� a.m.
Leavi ��� EJteveBl ee, Mon lay, Tues la;.
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 7 a, in.; PWday at 8 a.m. additional
trip Saturdaj 6 p. m-
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
S. S, Beaver (
Leaves N\-'.v WSstinlhSter, 8 a. tu.
Mondays,  WeclttBSdays ami  Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. in. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.? calling at
landings betweeB Nriw Westminster
and Chiiliwack.
UP  RIVER.
Ratnona���
From N. W. Tu., Th , Sat. 8 a.m.
from Chwk, Sun . Wed.. Frl.. 7 a.tn
NORTHERN  B.  C.  ROUTE.
S S. Amur or Princess Beatrice
Leaves Vancouver at s p.m. 2nd
and l'ith of each month, calling at
Skldegate on flrst trip and Bella Coola
nn second trip, Time on arrival and
���lejiart'irtt   are   apnroTlmnte.
Km- reservations and Information
call or address
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ED.  (JOULIDT,
V. I'. H. Agent.
New Westminster.
.LM'te*. ''.vr westmin itei
B, J. COYLE,   .
e -   Ben. Pass  Agent, Vancouver
.1. W. TROUP,
donors I SutieHnlendent, Victoria
��� iter,    N'o.
.8,000  ( liMl'UESS  OF  BRITAIN (14.600
H. Power! EMPRESS OF IUELANH I      TONS
Particularly low rates    from    ths
Old   Country, Reservations   toads
here  for all salllugs.
For particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
"The Milwaukee"
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A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art  Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
26 Pender St., Orp.  Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
���The Piontn Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short  Line"  Omaha to | staVe'/lil'y for Republic
ru....    <'d���..>u     rum.,     t __u___i�� ;     J* _       '      . '
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
j Ihe   only  all   rati   route   between   all
j points east, west and south to  Rossland, Nelson and Intermediate points
: connecting at Spokane with thn Great
Northern, Northern Pac'inc and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-
' adian   Pacific  Railway  for  Boundary
; Creek points.
Connects at    Meyers    Falls    with
Buffet   service   on   trains
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,    November
between
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Chicago, "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains  in   the   service   on  any
railroad  in the  world that   equal  in 'ooi.
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil- leave
waukee ft St.  Paul  Railway.    They 9-20 a.m.
own and operate their own  sleeping r2-25 P-m-
ind dining cars on alll their trains and c i0 �� ""
give   their  patrons   an  excellence  of
nervke not obtainable elsewhere. ������ - -��� ������
134 Third St.. cor Alder. PoVtlandf Or AUVtllllat     IN      lilt    NtWO
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane  7 IS pm.
..Rossland  410 p.m.
... Nelson  6.4S P-m
'     ri. rt. lACKSON
WHEN  GOING EAST
\SK TIIE TICKET AGENT
TC_) SEND YOU OVER
"THE N0RTHWE5TERN LINE"
liipht Trains Everv Day in the Ye_.r
BETW FEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private -"ompartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. rtclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, li-
-irarv and smoking'cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
'urther information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
;ao Second Arena*. Seattle, Wash
. PAGE FOUR
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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1 am now offering for saie on very easy ternij Twenty-five lots In
the Southern half of Block ^6. These lots are practically all cleared and some of them are al! in fruit and clover. There is a nice
house and barn, with good well on part of the property. These
lots will be within ten minutes' walk of the Hastings street car
extension and the V. \V. & G. survey crosses on the west side of
the block. Prices from $200 to $250. Terms |50 cash, lv._l_i__.ee
$10 tier month.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
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marry foreigners, members of the police force, detectives, mayors, mayor--'
clerks or cashiers. The reason given
for this peculiar rufe is "the Bare-
guarding of the secrets of the public."
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��� Wrecks  Up   North.
.��� ���    Valdez. Oct. 14.���Arrivals from Kat-
X ; alia report the schooner Martha Tuft
^   wrecked  by   being  carried  ashore'  on
, the sand spit at the mouth of the Kat-
; alia river during  a severe storm ou
ithe night of Octobers.   The crew was
: saved by being taken from the rigging
jin boats from Katalla.   She was load-
! eel   with   lumber   for   individuals   an 1
, the  Katalla  Railroad  company.    The
j railroael company also lost two light-
;X:ers during the same storm.   The Martha   Tuft  was  owned   b.v  Captain   M.
White, of Balrimi.
HORACE DORER
Goldsmith Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
Columbia Street, Next Tram Office
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
Jflces,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, New Westminster. B. C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
TUESDAY, OCT. 15, 1907
THE   PROPER   VIEW.
The subjoined article from the Montreal Witness is a very good answer
to a lot of the foolish talk one sees
in Canadian papers of a certain class.
People are very apt to forget���aud
the newspapers to which we alludo
calculate upon, when they do not
share, that forgetfulness���that every
question has at least two sides. The
Witness does the country a service
by bringing into the open the side
which Is generally ignored rii article:;
written with the object of cultivating
In tiie minds of the Canadian people
a false idea as to the real standing
of the "tariff reform" question, boui
in Britain and in the colonies:
"When Mr. Deakin introduced his
Australian tariff he hit with a heavy
hammer tlie protection movement In
ii: ��� :��� Britain���so concludes the British We ekly. The protectionist organs
of Great Britain have. Indeed, been so
dazed with the blow that they have
hardly ventured on comment. The
Manchester Guardian shows that the
significance of Mr. Deakin's action is
ed If one does not bear In mind
side who can win, while many of the
money kings fear him, and many of
the jieople with whom country conies
before party feel that he should remain in office to carry out the work
he has begun.
CHURCHILL'S TOUR  OF
AFRICA  IS LAID OUT
Clearing Land.
One thousand acres in the heart of
the townsite of Prince Rupert are to
be cleared this winter. The contract
for this large work has probably been
let by this time, according to Thomas
Dunn, of Prince Rupert, who arrived
in Vancouver yesterday afternoon.
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Hides Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
DR.    HATH ERLY
H|\ Optician and doctor of Ophth-
vf?* almolgy. Cures Nervous ani
Chronic Heaelaches by skillfully prescribed glasses. Parlors on Sixth St..
Murchie block. New Westminster.
Por  QUALIT
"  h river!
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Highest Lash Price Paia
Lon lon. Oct. ll.���Winston Church-
Ill, the Anglo-American undersecretary for the colonies, has arranged his
tour of Britain's protectorates In Africa.
He will leave England September 23
anil go directly to Mombasa. Th=nce
he will travel to Nelrobi, the head-
I'.i.H'ters of the Uganda railway, anl
subsequently to the terminus of tlie
line at Lake Victoria. On the way h
will   visit  the   Kenta  district
in view of its  vast and  hitherto  '������'������ ppnf��p      A AVprtl��21T10*
tapped resources of timber, is before ! A dH-,\_;     XlUVCl UlOlIlg
long  to  be  linked   with   the Uganda
railway.
The tour will take about four
months, and Mr. Churchill will return
by way of the Nile and Khartoum in
time for the meeting of paiiilament
next   '.ear.
Advertising Cuts
of every description, for any
purpose. Designs and Estimates free.
Chas.   li.    Rawson
Room  4,   165  Cordova  Street VV.,
VANCOUVER.   B.   C
Also orders  taken for  PHnting,
the Delia  land  cannot  be  beaten    One acre ol
bottom land will produce as much    -is    ii,.,,
gravel laml.
Here Is a piece of choice land at a bargain
8 acres, all cleared,  in garden and  pasl
this city, on the dyke read, 200 yards from Bun    ry P0jt jj"
and boat landing,  Vi  mile from  school, has  a  Bve-roe
In good  repair,  barn  and  rhicken bouse.  2 co��    ,   | |q h. <
good w-iterfroniage with  wharf building,     boat
young fruit trees, a good range ail conn e.
Ml
Price  .
$1260 cash,  balance in one
-   $2250
whicri Lot Signs and
for Real Estate
Men
By our Special
Lithographic  Process
Must   Not   Marry.
Pari.-. Oct. II.���There is a storm in
the telephone teacup in Paris owing
to a circular which has been sent out
to the girl telephone clerks.
The circular states that telephone
employees in  future will have to gel
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART   TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Street
Hale & Lam
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPER"!
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMJNSTFR R f
Phone  335 j>   '     u
O. Box
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that the Australian tariff Is not a Be-!Ihe authorization of the  postmaste'r-
quel to the Colonial conference; that
it i.i not a rejoinder to England's re-
t;-..! to give up free tra i ; that it is
not a piece of petulance done to Bpi a
Greal   Britain; or. th    <- utrary, it .a
���'���   - ra ta's  i lea  of a 'pref< rence'   to
B ��� [sh  goo Is, drawn up   ij   support-
���   -  of Mr. Chamberlain's  policy,    it
waa projected before the Colonial con-
terence met, as 'a Qllal ��� -;.' irl to tempi .' the  wind as  tar as possible for
the mothi r eon,.try.'   a '( irlfl reformer' In writing to the Timi s t London)
expri .ses his  disgusl  concerning the
��� tlon created  by Mr. Dealdn, the
u l.'    w hen   "\ .e'.ri'f  Reformer'
���' ��� ���'.   Mr, Cham u rlaln's  lead,  lie
elleved  ihe' ultimal    goal  to which
ri ���     tati sman pointed was not a roof protection but free trade with-
mpii'e.   If !:������   b   ighl ihis, he
;    . . y much dlsilluslone 1.    Substantial pi     rence i, evi ..   .  unr clprocat-
e l    j Gr -ai Britain, woul I nol be an
i .-.:   i\ aganl  i ei urn for    .     .   -.\ j  burde   i and ri .-,.1111 -i.i Ities v lilch  h - de-
,��� te e-  ol   i tie  colon - - throw.   aim ���
el)   upon   the   I 'nite I   Kingdom.
Tl e ma erial 1 oinl   boweri      11 wails:
'Tariff Reformer,' is thai ihe- Australian  tariff  constitutes   an   oul an I-out
rot/   tionlsl meai an  against thi  1 rin
te !  Kingdom, and  Is a tlistlncl  stdp'
1 ,.'. nil, ublch, Instea 1 of bringing
.  11 form nearer to the go il, car-
.' |urtl   1   j a ...   from it,     Thi re
i- . ...   ���      is oppi Bi!lon to the   arl
;:.   \ b tralla   Itself, wh
ro 'i-i.me ,,ri:e,.    ��� 1 alculated !
0     rain to the verj  utmosl the tl
thai    Ind thi  1 mplre.   The Times, in-
de   I,  ;.links ll   right to it'll the col
bal   the)   depi ad    upon    t h ���
Countrj   foi   theii   1  rj   exi
tice,  ind more than e\  r to   ij. �� hen
���-.<    eing cot   ed bj na-,
tions   nol  <��� 1 uly  balke 1  of  their de !
Bire,    Mean wMle,  Mr,  Deakin  boa 11:
of the privilege he has given to British traders - thai  prlvll ge being thai
Greal  Britain and her rivals are both
"1 be kept outside the country; only,
Gre tl Britain la to be | ermltti d Lo remain  a  little 111 eirer the I arred em l
bolted door than the forelegners,   li is
���itiiiii truly ominous."
general before they may marry. Cut:
this permission is granted nu de  ������ fo:
the ceremony may be tried.
The employees are not  all
We have  the  only  Lithographic Machine in B.C.
The Royal City Sign
Works
15
TO THE DOZEN
Real Pictures
Present  th;s Advertisement
at Studio to Benefit     :      :
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Lol al Sapperton, near the school     $275; ;erj
Lol em Eighth street, in-low Fourth   ivenue  ��t|
I lots on Sixteenth St.. near the nev  I   im llne.$650 for the 4,tm
Lots on Fourth avenue, near iri-.  nth    treet   $475 each,
Look at   mv  Hal   bel ire  iiurch i
30 SIXTH  STREET.
ROYAL STUDIO
Under new management, Cunningham
.    Block.
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P. PEEBLES
270 Columbia St.
Real
Estate I
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone I
JUST   RECEIVED
There Is a rep. uy pop. Question
looming up in Toronto. Toronto Junction wants to ciiine iiiie. the city corporation us the seventh ward, which
would give it three members fn the
council; but aa its population Is onlj
I L.000, while some ol' the old '.var.i-
h.-t.o 50,u6o or more, there ls a "kick."
The remedy, of course, would be easy
���abolish the antiquated and pernlcfcl
., . - ward system.
Shooting Boots
With the opening of the Shooting Season
we're ready with a choice line of Sportsman's Shoes.
In Leather Goods
We recommend our 12 and 15 in. Top Boots
made by manufacturers of the best snooting
boots that money can buy.
Ask for our "Invictus" Tan Calf, Waterproof Boot--made with a 15 in. top. Our
best line. Also see our "Dayfqot" Brown
Moose Hide Shooting Boots.
In Gum Boots
We can supply the best made. i\ sk for our
American  "Ball Brand" Rubber boots���
the best grade boots made in the United
States. You'll have no more 'kicks' on gum
boots if you wear this brand.
Ask to see our "Armour Proof" gum boots,
the best Canadian line made.
We are Headquarters for Shooting Boots
Crock
A Large Shipment of
ery andQj }ags wa]
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT  LINE.       OUR   PRICES|
ARE  RIGHT.
ADAMS y DEA1
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NOW   OPEN
Imperial Roller Ri
English Bay, Vancouver
EACH  WEEK   DAY
Morning.   Afternoon   and   EvenlflJ
Military Band���Afternoon and Evening
%   HIGH CLASS   -:-
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IMPER
That "unwritten law" a toui a third
m in the l . S. ; resl lencj  Is oopi-
I .g in for -i gri a1 'deal ol dlseu83ioc
i. iii,' Ijorder jual now,, li looks . i
-,..-, \'< many Repubilc&iia bo-Ueta ths II
:������        relt in tl]    : all   tn.au  on   tli ,
JOHNSTON'S
  BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.
McQUARRIE & CO.
New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOL
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT   STREET.
New  Westminster.
Tekp
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333- LsD-4Y'
OCT.  15.
1907
fr*.     THE  DAILY   NEWS.
f     Page iOVh.
T. H. ^"TH
I.H. SMITH
The Cash Stores
54 in. Costume Tweeds at 50c.
You will note the width and price. Then come and
seethe materials and the range of patterns in this
offering. You will pay $1.00 to $1.25 elsewhere.
The saving to us in the buying as usual goes to you.
For this line come early and profit.
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A Splendid Range of Broadcloths
English and French materials in Burgundy Red, Tan
Brown, Navy,  Myrtle Grey and Black, at $1,50 yd.
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Scotch Tartans and German Plaids
Fancy Eolienne, Navy, Brown, and a full line of
light shades $1.00 to $1.25 yd.
36 in. Black Taifeta Silks at $1.35
[I This S1.75 value goes on sale to-morrow at this cut
price to stimulate the silk business.
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New Blouse Materials
Splendid selling lines are to he seen at special prices.
Fur instance, you will buy 40 in. White andJBlack
65c values in Fancy Checks for 40c per yd.
I W '"1 Delaines 40 in. or double width only 40c.
Wool Panamas, with fancy embroidered patterns.
Spi ndid value at 90c per yard being quickly picked
up now at per yard 25c.
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Sale of Sample Swiss Curtains
Fai! length,  worth up to $10.00 and $15.00 pair.
price pair.
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T. H. SMITH
267-271 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
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FOR
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��� ���"> Lots on Seventh Avenue, West End, terms,  $750. %
a ���
. its on Fifth Ave,. East End, good terms, $1200.
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11 Lot on Royal Ave., all cleared,  $1500. |
��� N -.; up-to date 5 roomed House, Sapperton.    Fruit ���
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Trees.    Easy terms. $1300
its, Twelfth St. car line, each  $300. J
! DIAMOND & CORBOULD \
\ RESIDENT AGENTS. X
��� G��   nan American Fire Ins. Co.  ind Empire Accident and Surety Co.   ��
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$2900.00
ji.
fl No excuse to be without a House when you can get |
"ne already furnished ready for the purchaser
to^step in.   New house, six rooms furnished, two lots, splendid location
$2900.00, terms.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
^e Farm Land Specialists,    ���     New Westminster
1 M��MHMNNHMMMHMMH��M  ( .ri:,ririri ,:.,::.     ���
J. Wese-. proprietor of ihe.' Depot ho-
tel, Is expected ������> return today from
a ti :i days' trip to Howe Bound.
Fresh Alberta butter, :; lbs. for $1,
at Kyle & Son, Front St. ***
.leehii Walsh waa yesterday morning
Interdicted by the police magistrate,
the decision taking effect immediately.
Brlsto soap for cleaning and polish-
lng knives, etc., 10c per paceket, at
the Good Cheer Store. 255 Front St. **
('. Feeney, ES. Roultey, J, Grimmer
and <',. Holland left yesterday for '<
six days' sh mi;inn trip to Langley
Prairie.
Money to 'oan on approved security,
White, Shi: 5 & Co-, city.
The- semi- annual meeting of the
Mew Westminster branch ol the Need
lework guild of Canada wlll take-
place on Thursdaj afternoon, Oct. 31,
in the boar 1 of 1 rade room.
We sell Perl I Baking Powder, ;.3c
. ������: tin, al ���:. ��� 1 lood Cheer Store, 2',',
Fronl street. **
John R033, a frequenter of the 6car-
��� section of the city, was yesterday
morning assessed $25 and costs in th ���
ill :e  court,   an I  ordered    tei    keep
away  from  his  female friends in fu-
��� ire.
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T. Davies &
Son. li. 208.
Water Superintendent Stmt is at
present confined to his residence at
Sapperton, suffering trom a diseasi il
knee. His medical adviser has or-
di r d complete rest for a period of at
leasl two weeks.
Dr. T. H. Levey, dentist, Crescent
'.-... building, Columbia street.
Fernie Gauthier, a young lad v.ho
had been missing from home for the
pasl two lay>, was found yesterdaj
evi ning sleeping In some 111.tbuiKl.n-H
near St. Louis college. The lad Infl
>������ ie attending school as usual, but
his parents were no! aware of thri.
and feared thai he was about to leave
the city.
Hand Sapoli 1 for 3ale at Kyle &
I sows; Prow sti n t, **���'
The local basketball season will
I commence nexl week with practice
an I �� xhlbition games in the Armour-I
les. A number of ball-tossers have
already been working out, but the
team as a whole will nol get fairly
down to business until! next w ei;.
Many of the ol l players will be i.i
he game again thig y< ar.
What a iout thai endowment 1 ollcy;
in the Mutual Life of Canada?   it will
pay you to see S. W. Bodley al  26 1
Columbia St.    This is the solid Company.
The   Asiatic   Exclusion    league,  ol
Vancouver, has Issued a pin which all I
the members of thai organization ���-��� ar
on their I reasl ��� In support    of    th
cause.    The d ��� lign ia a small ci llu-
button eearing a green m -
I, (| and the w< rds, "A Whil ��� C a-
a - 1," Promin nl members of .ha
. ,a [ite will visil this city u xl week
,-.���. , :l. |,U| se ol organizing a bi inch
here,
Monso ui tea, 10 c< n s per pa et,
1    the Kom    of Plenty,    ri.:.    BTonl
***
.trcdt,
A low caste Hindu wa a ��� -'"1
.    . ��� ,.. afl ��� ' IS the cltj p lice
on a chars E '"��� ��� ''"' wll} '  :
having been collecting small amount
o( aWney  from uphill  resident ��� during the pasl few .lays,   "When neai ihed eet tin' police station, he had Bev-
... ;1 dollars "ii -\t i"'���1"-  and m
not   ippear to be In want of anything.
He declares thai his reason for   ���
gjng is thai b 1 has a strong aversion
to work.
Meals at the Windsor hotel 25c,
a full grown panther has recently
1 n seen  by si ireral 1 eople on the
y,l" 10.11, a shorl distance above the
Japanese < imp a1 the entrance lnl 1
the green timber sire,rii. On Bund 1:
afternoon .1. Eagles spent about an
hour hunting (or the brute, which tvsd
:,....., 8oen a tew minutes previously
by a Japanese, bul although h ��� plainly heard the animal moving .1 short
distance away trom the road, ho
could ne.:. -���': ���- 'hot al him,
Whonnoi k, 35 acres tine fruit and
chicken ranch, witli 5 acres cleared-i
balance easily cle ired; never railing
��� earn of water; IVi m'.les '.ark from
,,,.;;   1 vice  $lii(nt.    Abbott eS;  llyd".
next 1 tulthon hoti 1.
The Provincial government's dBC|sl��
on with re . ���-1 to New Westminst ��r'a
for .1 grant in aid pf Ibe pr*-
pos  I  construction of a Bteel bWdtf 1
-.,  :;:.. North  arm of the Fraoc-r
to Lulu i.-rimd. is expected to be given
about the end of the week. D. S. Curtis  received   a  letter   from  the  Hon. 1
I Richard   McBrlde  yesterday    stating
that  he had called a meeting of the j
executive to be held within the next
tew days,  and  that the bridge ques- j
I tlon would lie diseusseel. and an ans-'
! wer given.
Sapperton    Special*.      r    r.-roomed
; houses, newly painted  anel  renovated
j throughout,  $1300 e_tch.   Keary  street
near Columbia.    New 7-roomed  modern house near Brunette street. $1600.
Easy terms. White & Shiles, 260 CoV
��� umbia street, city.
On account Of the inability of the
owners to agree on the distance to be
raced between B. L, Stover's "John-
Inie Wallace'' ami .1. Montgomery's
"Oliver Hunker." the proposed horse
race is likely to be abandoned. Both
men have been doing considerable
talking about town as to the ability
of their horses to distance the other,
and tatk of thousand dollar beta have
been frequent, but as Mr.fltover wants
to race a halt' mile, and Mr. Montgomery stands eeut [or a mile distance
neither sportsman stands any chance
of losing his money.
Now i.s your chance tee secure th"
choice of the 15-acre plots in best
fruit growiug district of B. (.'.: only 15
minutes' walk from l'.lt station and
steamboat landing, ami eme hour's
travel to either Westminster or Vancouver. Price $tiu an acre and up; by
Abbotl & Hyde, nexl Guichon hotel.
Local friends of Miss Marjorie
Homer wil". regret to iearn that that
young woman passed away In Calgary on Sunday, hiving been stricken
.'.rile typhoid fever after a very brief
illness. The sad news was received
e on Sunday evening. The <le-
i'ease I was a daughter of .1. A. K.
Homer, ex-M. P., and resided In this
city from childhood until a few
nionths ago, when she went to Calgary to visit. She held a position as
teacher in the New Westminster public school for years. The body is being shipped to this city for Interment.
o. M. Helgerson, late of Saskatoon,
Sask., has arrived In the city to be-
(..,!)... a permanent resident h ire, mi 1
has taken over from Police Officer
Johnston, the premises located al tho
corner of Columbia nnd Hospital Sts..
i Sapperton, where he wlll conduct an
up-to-date grocery and confectionary
business. The block is owned by Officer .lohnston and the place has al-
readj a patronage, a member of Mr.
Johnston's family having conducted a
I'Small confectionary business there for
some time. Mr. Helgerson has ordered a full Btock of groci :-i<'- md Intends to give the Sapperton people a
line of goods thai will render the
down-town provision stores n 1 I mger
attractive to them.
Judgment tor the p.aintiff was ruled
by liis Honor Judge ('.rant, eef Vancouver, In the McCurdy & Hlggins vs
Small & Bucklin sult.whlch was heard
last -we I; In this city, The sui; was
In -- Ituted to force the defendants to
accept and pay tor a boom of logs
which Messrs, McCurdy .<- Hlggins
claim the defendants agreed to take
ai a fixed price. The defence was
thai tlie bigs were met ot a good grade'
and ilia: they were nol therefore
bound to accept them. A dlfferen
view was. however, taken bj the
court, and judgment was found t(,r
the plaintiffs, the amount tee be a i
certalned by the registrar when the
scale is put in. or ln case a seal" is
neei agreed upon, then the govern-
... nl scaler to Beale the I ��gs and rc-
1 it v ii hin ten days.
Carpets,   Linoleums.   Oilcloths. Window Shades. Pictures and
Picture Frames. Go Carts.    Lace   Curtains.   Portiers,   Uphols
tering. Cabinet Work, Sheets.   Pillow   Cases, Blankets,    Etc
It  will   pay  you to  try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
TEL.   73
COLUMBIA   STREET
NE WWESTMINSTER, B.C    ���
ftA-tt-J4-H_-MrT_K_r^__ry^fc^ft_K_-_lfc^_:^
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We have an ��
Improved Double Corner
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On the car line, with two houses thereon, drawing %
$32 per month, which can be had for
$4,500.00
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BOURNE y GORDON I
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
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W.  E.   PALE'S
MONEY-MAKING   RECIPE
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I am the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings   Dealer,   Funeral
Director and Embalmer, and I will sell you anything in my line cheap
and will give you better value than you can get in any other place  'J
in the city.   Try me.
Wall Papers in endless variety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.   China
Matting from 15c up.    Linoleums  from 45c up. Curtain Stretchers, the best made, $2.25 per   set.      Carpets,  all   grades  and
pr.cas.    Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre-
amiulatorj and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All kinds of job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reason
able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods  arriving daily.
I have sold the block and am still doing business in the same place nt<
rl
and iu the same old way. ,���,
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Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE ANU tttrstilNF
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, J-KlDlifc. and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental Iron svorK, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence ln
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE BTKJ-JUIT.
New Wesetnlnnter. f. it. 4T,
i Westminster
Transfer Co.
I   Office 'Phone ISfi.      Ham  I'&one 1S7
Columbia 8t.
Baggage delivered    promptly to tny
[ part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi bo���Tram Oeoot
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Offlce, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
For all kinds ot cut flowers and pot
ted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   Now Westminster. ��.c.
H STEW ARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
PRINTING
I [ave your printing done' in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���'
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY N'.-'.WS BLOCK.
JUST A FEW
YOU   REQUIRE   A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STLZWART
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER     ���
cf the kinds of insurance I write:
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
EMPLOYER'S  LIABILITY
PLATE GLASS
ALL  ILLNESS
AUTOMOBILE
ENDOWMENT
LIVE  STOCK
GUARANTEE
PERSONAL
ACCIDENT
JUVENILE
FIDELITY
ANNUITY
DISEASE
MARINE
SURETY
LIFE
FIRE
ETC.
ETC.
And mv rates are always the best.
If you want any kind of Insurance
let me quote you a rate. Phone,
call or write.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
��'l '      PAGE SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY, OCT
Forward - Better
(Process
Tlie most convincing example of the
tremendous strides, which recent years
have   witnessed   in   fine   tailoring,   is
"Progress Brand"
Clothing
" Progress Brand " is progressive. It
is always better���always improving���
always the best made, and best wearing, clothing in Canada.
Look por THE La hel
That Protects. ���,
H.   __.   DE BECK
���        Our New Fancy       "
KNITTED VESTS
I
are just what you
want
All the New Designs,
Stripes, Checks, and
Patterns. : : : : :
Prices from $4 to $6
i
| PHILLIPS |
| The Wardrobe Clothier I
The
(^dison
PK on o graph
THE     tv
Acme
LOOK
THE BAND
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The boy is right in his surmise,
although his method is more
forcible than reasonable.
A BAND IN EVERY
GRAPHAPHONE
Every Record means an extra selection hy the hand,
\Ve have 3000 Records for you to
choose from.
J. H. TODD
New "Westminster s Music House
MINES ARE NOT WHAT   McQUARRIE
THESE MEN WANT Rea, Estate Brokers Insurance Agents
Attractive Prospects Are
Specialties Dealt in by
Dominion Exploration Co.
& co;
    Financial Agent,
rRONT ST.    Phone 333 PRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.   tv*,
Port Essington, Oct. 14���FraiiK
Brown, the expert for the Dominion
Exploration company, of New ^fork,
will sail south on the Caniosun on tola
Way bach to New York to report to j
his company. Mr. Brown went into
the Bulkiey anel Telkwa valleys with , j
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
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wesl ...   ]_*}
$400; hall ..  b
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Lota ri 3, 4.
i, 17. 18, 19, :
9, 10, 12, li
28, 66, 71. 7
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4   lyots    88x132 each
13th Btreet.   $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES
!'��� enue I
J. ri. Cory, who is western manager
for this corivoration.
"We .ire after prospect*," seihl Mr.
Brown, "not mines, and we have secured them. We bonded anil bought
nine different groups <>f lead and copper properties, Including the Loring
1 property on Goat creek; the Hankim.
and Loring claims on Hudson Bay
mountain;  the lead-Bllver property ol
anel 77 of subdivision 3, in suburban
block l i. Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
0 room house on Hamilton street,
all modern Improvements. One lot
from car line; lot 60x132. Price $1400.
(600 caah, balance in monthly payments
8 room house, all modem Improvements, full sizeel lot, Sherwood street,
��'.C4|
Simpson'*-on the same mountain;  the
Hunter claim In  Hunter basin;   and  Sapperton.    r  ��� ���   i2720.   y. - -    . :-
Boyd's, an Hudson Bay mountain. The
ib,b} Crown, at  the  mouth    of Gold
creek, was also bonded.   We will lose
no time making arrangements for de-
; velopment work on these claims, an I
; as soon a- men and supplies can be
senl In.
"Within the last thirty days we have
secured  9000 acnes of farming land,   g<)0l] we]]
fourteen  sections   of   coal   lands   and   a;| fenced.
balance on time-
:,': acre* land next to Koyal Oak
hotel, has been cultivated, not u
stump on it, now in grass, 2S bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn, ,">-
room house and barn and iarge chicken house for about 250 chickens;
;  ne.ar to school and tram;
160 acres, less 3% for new railway,      Full sized Lol
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,   of  Regina   Sl
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;   avenues,
40   acres under-drained,    ditched   all
round and fenced around and through
centre;    5 room house;    barn 40x7a,
I sufficient feel  for about 300 head of
stock.    Pric* $8000;   terms one-third      8 HOUSES   on       t, Keary Strwi
cash, beil. t.e suit purchaser.   One mile  Sapperton; 5 re
from station on new car line.
Ixu 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
160 ACRES about two  miles  from
Aldergrove station,   30   acres   cleareel
an 1 partly  fenced,  good  house,   barn   months,
and stable.    Price $16 per acre; $170u
casb, balance to be arranged.
134 ACRES, Block 8, Lot No. 2. Dist.
f Lot 8;  south side of the river, near   Jiri,,e $1500, |1000 ca b
bridge.    $300;   half cash.
6 ACRES good loam  - ll, Group   I
Lot  ri;,  corner  Blue Mountain r0!jl
ami   Brunette   road side' (.1
roomed   house;   ; arlor,   lining room,!
lots on Sth St. between   ath and  kitchen nnd three bedi Hems; plaster.'
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, CCx  ed;  conservatory 30 or 10 feet loni I
Price $1000 for  heated by pipes;  well; stable; barn''
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shed.   $1000 each. 01    third eas
ance easy.
77.58  ACRES, iam ,and    .
ploughed and 1 .:���..' "'1
1     '��� V5 per acre,',,;..     \
E. V* Sect.
caah, one-thin
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'�����'���-third jl
7 LOTS,  120x52, ri   -     ith A
4   lots  cleared,  su ,   ^ 1
house, 175 chick"!, :   ;:,ci|JsiJ
2 LOTS. 132x132, N.-YV. corner of
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
132; Nos. 9 and 12.
both, half cash, balance easy.
Price $3500 . Terms $1500
forty-eight sections  of  timber  lands, ! cash) jj,,,,,, jn  Apri! ami $1"00 April   :;:=-:'ririri;:ririririririri::ri:=ririri=:!=riririririririri
choice hemlock, cedar and spruce. All   following, or $3400 cash-
this, as well as the mineral! locations,
are within ten miles of the proposed
main line of the ri. T. P."
Mr, Brown has looked into the trail
between the canyon on the Skeena,by
1 Lot 66x132 ft., S. \-, of S, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 montbs.
Block corner of Fourth avenue anel
English  :!
way of Gold  creek, to the mouth of  Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, alj
the   Telkwa   on   Bulkley   river,     and   splendid  investment.
1 finds it is the most practical route to       Lot   20,   block     B   facin
the   Hudson   bay   mountain,   Howson ' church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
basin,  Hunter basin, Goat creek, and'j street;   price $650.
thrt       ,,���.,,__,.       VJ,.1|. .....      ......  TT_      ...	
160 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway;   25 acres stumped.
15 acres rough!v cleared and fenced;
���creek  to Coie-K-r  river and  also from | 1 w st[)ry houge 1Sx.^ Jean ^ HxJS
Block, corner of Auckland & llfh St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
15   bearing  fruit   trees;  considerable!
stock ready to plant out: 2 skep bees-
5 acres cleared, light  timher on rej
maining acre;    all fenced;   4 mllel
from school.    Price $3000; halt c
bal. in 6 months at 7 per cent.
1  Lot 88x132, 4th avenui
$800  cash.
13th Si
..���'._-���__���..���'-.������.
the upper Bulkiey valley. He also
found that the government was building ,a  trail   from the  mouth of Go-d
���..--,.���-..--..���.
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between 7th and Sth avenues.
3 LOTS,    5, 0 & 7,   tull sized 1
cleared, upper side of 5th Avenue, be-1
tween 1st and 2nd Streets.   Price $5001
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from Is: Street and I
6th Avenue on south side, N'o. 35,36,1
'37 & 38, full size.   Price $1100 for the |
four, or $300 each; half cash,
Telqua to the head of the east fork of   and  loan too  1Cx-,,.   liam -Mx?,2 anl 2 houses corner of    Merrival    and
the   Copper,   which   will   leave   about ',         t      nu             arv   10xl0     two Agnes;   full  sized  lot;    city  block  31.      Double    tenement   house,  rib1 Are,
twentv  miles  of trail  to  be  built  to.1   u. .       u                  Z    .,_  .0 lot 11J    one house rents for $25, the; 1st and 2nd  St.;  1 lot.   Price $1,700;
complete connectionsdirecfZrJn \cUcken bouseS' ��"*   10xl2;    wa*���� other $10;   flush close* and  all con- cash half and half in 6 months at J*
complete connections direct from can-j shed  20x;,0;   sma���  milk hollsei  sma��� nec,ted    wUh    gew(.rs      prloe $3,500. ��� Rents for $10 each tenant.
!   '" ""' '���'���"'���-' ' ' "'������ '���".���!;,��.���..          'orchard, all kinds of fruit, G5 bearing Cash $2,000,   balance in 6, 12 and 181
Mr. I fri1;, ,,.BfJt_.  ���Qt,,r!ii <et,ritK, ��-__n   T>rin_- months at 7 %.
"Our    company,"    concluded
Brown, "will   build  this  twenty
of trail as soon as  we can get men,,,,_,., ,, 7 .���... ,.,....
1 an 1  supplies in   the spring to buiQd,
j with a view later on to widen it into
ee  wagon road between the properties
and the line of railway."
I fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
'" '* JI 96000;  $2000 cash, balance easily ar-!     Lots   14   and
15 of  1 of 6    of
4H acres ft section 11, N. U nf E 4
'of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from bridge ol
���4   Haworth  road,  Surrey;    house 18x2$,]
be-
e.ist
(cleared
cash
Full sized lot on Third street
tween Royal and Queens avenue
side, new house;   $1400. ' 3, cleared.    Price $275; 1-2 cash
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each., ance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
ired.)    Price $500; for the two, 1-2  I'i storey house, 3 rooms finished, an-1
.   , r ,.      . _ ___,   other 2 can be added upstairs; sma.11
, balance 6 months at ,  per cent.  gha{.k;   ly,   mM  cl(,an.(] and ^M\
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of with clover, red; fairly easily cleared
One mile from shingle mill. Price 1
$1,200;. terms half cash, balance 121
months at 7  '2 .
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Synopsis of Canadian North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even num ered section of Dominion lands In .Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
not reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole heal of a
.family, or any male over IS years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter sec-
tion Of 160 acres, more or less.
Application tor entry must be
:. 1 Ie In person ley the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the district in which the
.'and is situate. Entry by proxy may.
however, be made at an agency on
certain condition:; by the father, moth,
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the., loi.owing plans:
rii Al leasl six months' residence
up m an 1 cultivation of Hie. land In
each year tor three years.
(2) A homesteader may, If he bo
���!'��� '" '��� peerform the require.,! ,���,...-;.
dence dutli by living on farming
e.iu ! owned b ilely by him, nol less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead, Joini
ownership In land will nol meel this
requirement,
(3) If the' lather for mother, If the
father Is dec eased) of a homesteader
nas permanent residence on tanning
land  owned  Bolely by  him, nol   less!
'than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of th ��� homestead, or up-
on .1 homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform hi.s own residence duties by
living with the  father  (or mother),
(4) The term "vicinity" in the two
preceding  paragraphs  is  defined   as1
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AXD PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 67e>.
Westerly 4, ll of 63, Sub. Blocks,
$60  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars   on  132x132 corner 100 feet se.uare;   two
I houses drawing $28 per month.   Price
y     3' $5,000, half cash, balance in 6 and 12
HOUSE and LOT months.
Centrally located ln a commmandlng 1(;() s ,.- ^ of gecti(,n ri'.. Dist 12.
situation; Third avenue, at foot of in acres,partly cleared; Kanaka creek
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey running through; good road;
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; iot
66x132, with lane ln rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared;   'earn  50 x 30;   stables, etc.;
nea   splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
casti, balance easy.
House and cottage on Columbia Bt.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
27Vi acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation;  200 young
fruit trees, just comencing   to   bear;
new house, 1V_> storey, C rooms
houses,   in   good   order;    some  acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.       Part of lot 369, Joins Lake Commur,
\\"ater from nearby spring.      Balance   about   70   acres,   only   $25   per   acre
of    property   easily    cleared.     Price   Half cash.    Jump.
$4,700;      $2500 cash, balance 6      7 lotg No8   S1 to 86 ,lnd BB( 9fi facos
and 12 months. on 8th avenue) next t0 Cunns ranch,
This property is only Va mile from  4 lots cleared without a stump; small
tram   line.    Over  two hundred  chick-   house,   chicken     house,
?ns and ducks could be sold with the   chickens; horse and  rlj
property at a snap.
north of Webster's corner; Bl ngl"
mill and Pi), at the west corner; timber worth $7 per acre; cedar and fit!
4 miles from Port Haney, Price
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balance ar
ranged.
Large lot and two cottages on Cfr
lumhia street, Sapperton. Both rente!
at $10 each.
One and one-balf Btore} house am,
full size lot, situated uorth Bide 0!
Royal avenue ami corner of McKlnnU
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hot nm!
cold water, closet; woodshed; .vi��i"c
bearig fruit trees; streets on three
sides; fine view. Price $1,800. $900
cash.
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.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road. $225 per title. Acreage is selling fast at this price.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queens
175    choice ano 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen'��
$1500 cash. Ave'-    52x122 feet; all cleared; lane
alongside and back.     Price   $1.00":
half cash, balance easy at 7 '.'
150 acres improved land, building"
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
all under gulUvation, $15,000. If.'(""
can handle this, don't delaj | U'8 ;'
bargain; terms can be ana: I
t-iTFor the above rour properties a
special price wi!! be made to one purchaser,
in bli
No. 308.���S-roomed  House,  with   bath1
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   ft      House 30x42, ith    $b, betweei
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.  j and Sth Ave.;    2 single and I ll""':'
No.  306.���9-roomed  house,  with   bath '' bedrooms    upstairs,    and  bath room
kit-
room, corner of Oth ami Agnes St.  down stairs; parlor, dining room
Price $4,00C; terms ft cash, balance! chen and pantry.   Full sized lot run-
3 and 6 months at 7 %. \ ning back to Asb St.    Price- |3,800:
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per
at 7 per cent.
year
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us.    This  magnificent property is j No.   310.���9-roomed   House   and   bath
situated on the corners of Fourth ave-:    room,  Agnes   St.   $3,000;   ft   cash,
nue,    First    street    (lacing   Queen's!    balance 3 and 6 nionths at 7 %. Three ful sized lots on Fifth aveniWe
park-  and  Emory street, comprising No.   312.���8-roomed   House  and   bath j north side between First and Second
m aning nol  more than nine miles in   ln a]1 ten 33x120  foot, lots facing on      room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500:   u I atiwria   v���   R   r. .mi  7.    l'rice *'w
a aireot line, exclusive of the width [pint gtreet at $700 (excepting the cor-
-el   road  allowances crossed    In    thejner  lot  facing Fourth    avenue    anl
measurement.
(5)    A   homesteader  intending    toI^ Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
perform   liis   residence   duties  in  ac-'
rix>m, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   ft   streets, No. 5,  6 and 7.    Pric
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %,   \ each or $1100 for the three.
160 acres,  Westminster district,  40 '[     ,.,..., _,���, ,_,.   _���_���.  _,,,,,, ,,,  iiani-
Full sized lot, north side
cordance with the above while living
with parents or on fanning land own-
led by himself must notify the agent
for the district or .such intention.
Six months' notice ln writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Do
minion  Lands at  Ottawa, of Intention
'.i ;-: ply for patent.
w. \v. couv.
Deputy of the Minister ol the Interior.
N. P.
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per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and Inspect plans.
House, ful! sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. ,12. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full  particulars.
Lots 17. 18, 10, 20. 21, fare on 16th
-Unauthorized publication ofl street and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
ement  will  nol   be  paid j $250;  4 inside lots $200 each
$950, cash.    Single lots at cash
Elgnt.1
First street, held at. $1000); two lots  acres  unfler  cultlvatSon   10 a(,res or.|
nha,-,i    1/   o���������     .       ri ...   "ton street between Sixth ami
chaid,   %   acre   strawberries   planted 1
this year; alder bottom land; running! S; *
spring; house IS x 22; frame barn 30      28  acres on    Mara  road, BurnaWj
x 32;   14-post   frame house  and   ccnv|$160an acre   FOR   A  FEW   |)0i"
stables, three in all, stable 8 cows and! ONLY.   One-quarter cash,   balance
9 span horses;  near Mission Station; land 2 years at 7 %.
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged;   $2,000   refused   for   standing
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street soutb
side of 4th avenue.   Price $200 cart-
...  , , Block 12 on 12th Bt, ol't Bl<JeLd
timber; carriage house 16 x 24;   hen [full sized lots.    Price $-.600, one-thira
house made or hewed timber laid In  cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
mortar, 12 x 30.    A chance of a Jtf>-
Price   time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6 'J,'0-1-8 ��? ����b S'^lfl MOh, l"!i
per cent.
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Onrp Ttp.-ir, n \\mr. the clets
���haven man us-i'd to be told that h��
looke.i like a proom. To tei him so
"��� presi rl e!ay Would l.e, by im-
lication,1       -   | Mr. Chamberlain,
inston I tmrchUl and the bishop
ol Le-mdon. Very similar, though in
pposite direction, has been the
���volution of public opinion with regard to whiskers. At the time of
the Crimean war they were the
badpe of the military r aste and were
the center of sentiment accordingly.
One remembers a song, once popn- j
lar, ef which the refrain wa_��, "The |
captain with his whiskers oast a s.v
glance at me." To quote it is like ;
���ailing up the 'riiost of a forgotten
fast It reminds us no less of the j
modesty of lhe early Victorian
maiden than of iho lady killing pro- '
pensities of the early Victorian warrior. Whiskers wore one of the lady
killer's weapon? in those elays, and
It would scorn from thc sighs of our
contemporary that when the hirsute
ircle is completed they may be
made to serve thai purpose" yet'
again.���London Graphic.
German Court Dancing.
The German emperor insists upon
good dancing nt court, aad the arranging of .111 evening party is one,
of his favorite pastimes. He is most
anxious thai the couri balls shall be
distinguishe 1 for iheir eli gance and
exai .- thai the smallest details shall
be carefully planned beforehand
Ei h year, therefore, he .chooses,
either from his bodyguard or from
the Firsl regimenl of cavalry of iho
guard, two brilliant cavaliers, who
are exi usi b from all military duties.
These officers musl dance to perfection, wear their uniforms with distinction and lead a cotillon with
method und dash, They open the
ball with n princess of the blood
royal, and they and their partners
bring the function to a close with a
deep obeisance before their majes
tie?. Upon their success in this exacting ro ������ their future career largely de] ... 1 it is sa .1 and may
easily be tmagit ed thai their exalted
office is no sinecure.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
:. and 6, ot bio trabdtv
Ision eef parts of section 3 I, bloc
u. th range 2,weat New vVeatmin.
Wiie.re;iv   proot ot the   oss
��� nifieate ot title d ib        I 197* a,
i-- ted in the name of Frederick Wfl-
Sinith    ires    b ���������n    tried    in ihi-
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Notice is hereby eiven that  1 shall |
at   lhe expiration  of one  month
i 1 hi- date of the first publication hereof, Issue a duplicate of the said cot-
' tlficate . unless in the meantime valid
j objetion be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles,
hand   registry  office.   New   Westmin-
ster, B. C, Sept. 16. 1907,
Timber Notices
HreillKllI   lle.n'.o   tO   Him.
Crusht- After all, righl doesn't always make might, does It". Frankman
���1 don't know about that. The iiiatrl
tr.onial rite seems to have made a mltp
af you.- Richmond Dispatch.
llrnr,   llrar!
"Pa,"
"Well?"
"���What's women's v!ltI.t<- ?
' i'.\erythlng they want.
-(lie1 e>t:enel Leader
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District  of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet Ford
of Hammond, B. C, occupation la<iy,
intends to apply for a Bpecial timber
license over the following described
lands: ln New Westminster districl,
commencing at a iwst. planted al the-
north east corner of Timber Limit No.
8663, New Westminstei- Disl., thence
south su chains, enst 80 chains, no I i
->' chains, anei wesl sn chains, to poin
of commencemenl
HARRIET FORD,
riii H. S. Ford, agent
Octobi i   I, 1907,
2. TAKE    MOTH E
Ford, Of Hammond, occupation  lady,
enda to applj tor a Bpecial tfih ei
license oven- the following descr
lands em 'I i xada t&i in i. Commen lng
at a posl planted at the bc tth wi Bl
corner of lot 15, thence south 80
chains east 80 chains, north _0 chaina
and west 80 chains to point of commencement
HARRIET FORD,
Per S, it  Ford  A -���
October   i.  1997,
'.    TAKE NO! ICE    thai     Harriet
i'.  .;. ni  Hammond, oi cupation lad).
ads to applj for a Bpecial Tim
License over riv following described
lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
the south west corner of Timber Llm-
��� 9828, thence west So chains, ierth
SO chjins. et.s; SO chains, aud south
80 chains to point of commencement.
October i. 1907.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H, Ford, agen
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manatactnrera and Dealers in AU Kinda ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
Door
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock (or Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
FRY'SCHOCOLATES
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
JUST RECEIVED CARLOADOF
RRIQUETTES
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for burning in heating stoves
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11. train
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via Huntingdon,
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Dispatched by C
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Sumas and Seattl
daily.
Millside No. 1, daily excepl Sunday; Sapperton No. I, daily except
Sunday; Calgary and Vancouver, No,
2 (first mail C.P.R. oast i daily. Malls
trom tlie' above points   received    ati	
8:IB p. in .ri
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway  Pord
Co., 7: 15 a.  m.: in
Vancouver, No,   l.  dallyexcepl Sun
lays.   Return mall reci Ived D )x. in.
Dispatched by Q.N.R. train, S 16 a.m.:
Clovi rdale, Nlcomekl, Porl K< I! i
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Blaine nnl
Seattle (all points In Washington ami
Bouth, also all points in eastern
stales), daily except Sunday, Return
malls received at 3:30 p. m,
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mail received Mondays
nnd Fridays.
Dispatched by it. C, Electric railway,
L0:30 n. in-:
Vancouver No. 2;  Victoria, No   l;
Central   Park,  dally   excepl  Sunday.
Return mull received at 2 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:13 p. m.i
Easl Burnaby, daily excepl Bunday
lie-turn mails received at I :10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12:00 noon:
Timberland, Tuesdays and Fridays,
He-turn mails received 'Tuesdays and
Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. Re iboal U80 p.m.
daily (closes dally al the sum"
time during winter months:
Ladner, Westlwun Island. Port
Guichon, Steveston. Sunbury, daily
except Sunday. Return mails veelv-
ed from !) a. CO. to 11  fl. m.
Woodward's. Wednesday and .Saturday. Retain mail on Wednesdays am!
Saturdays.
Vancouver. No. ": Victoria, No, 1;
anil Burnaby Lake; daily except Sunday.    Return mails received at li I'-t".
Bhrnaby    lake.     Return    mail    at
2 p. m.
Dispatched by O.N. Fyler, 4 p. in.:
To southern    points,    dally except
Sunday.    Return mali 11 p. m.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train at 5:05 ti,
tn.;  mall closes at -iri.O p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. !)6.(C
P. R. east, second mall). Return mall
received  at  10:35  a.   m.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2;
Coquitfan., dally exrent Sunday. Re
turn mall roceived at 10:35 a. m.
I. TAKE Neil U'l-: thai Ha ri I
Pord, of Hammond, occupation lady,
Inten ri t.e appply for a Bpecial Tim ��� ������
License over the follow ie- ��� '
lauds on Texa la [slan i.
Commencing at a post ; ' inted at
the south e.ast corner of Timber Limit No. 9828, thence south 80 - fi .'
west mi ohalns, north s" ohalns, and
easl 80 chains, to point .if commencement.
HARRIET PORD,
Per 8. H, Ford, agenl
October 1, 1907,
<t> fr   *s"��
TAKE  NOTICE    thai    Harriet
of Hammond, occupation lady.
nds i" apply for a Bpecial Timber
Id en e(- over the follow ine: desi rlbi i
lands,
Commencing  at a  post    I       I  at |
the Bouth easl cornei of Timber lri.;'
No, 9827, thence Bouth 30 chains, ��   -;
su chains, north 80 chains, an I eas
so chains, to polnl of commencement,
HARRIET FORD,
Per s. ll. Ford, Agen
October  I, 1907.
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ON EXHIBITION���FOR SALE
vt" -THI. OLD voritNTRY BOOT STORK, a wide variety of strove _
and fine Footwear, the very pick of the Old Country anil Canadian
productions.
For strong country wear we have the Dick Water, roof Hoot at
ri'.an: the tlleneaini, al $4.00; the .Northampton, at. $3.50 to $4.60.
These we specially recommend as just right.
Ladles' and children's Boots from the finest to th6 strongest, Trices very moderate.
For Hoys' school wear, try the Dick Boot; it is all riffht. Sizes
11 to 13, $2.00; 1 to 5, $2.75.
The OW Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia St.
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J.    STEWART,
Proprietor
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Ford, of Hammond, B, C, beccup ���'
laily.  Intends t.e applj   tor n  ;. -   ' .1
license over tit" following  desi -; ied
lanels  eui  Tex itla   lsl ui I.
Commenclnj al  a pobI  plan-, i   ���
the Bouth eaai corner of Timber Limit
No, 9825, thence south 80 chains, wi ;
su  chain-,   ninth  80  ehains. and  I I -'
su ehains. lo point eef commencement,
l| \UUIF.T FORD,
Per B ii  Ford, kg nl
October  1, 1907.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dallv
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points. ��
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round  Trl;
Rates  to   Southern  California.
Fejr full informtion call on or write
0. E. LANG, General Agent,
-130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C,
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia Street
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A   nice   new   cottage  just completed, vast end, close to Columbia
Btreel  car, splendid view, close to .arge mills and factories; just the
thing for working man.    Price $1200;
Verj easy terms; $-100 cash, balance monthly to suit you.
Clean, dry, fine Salt���that slip*
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WINDSOR SALT.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
GENERAL ANNOUNGES
COMING RETIREMENT
Fell Seventy Feet.
Indian Head. Sask., Oct. 14��� One Of
the workmen employed on the high
tower of the new Ore ball fell from
the top of the structure this evening [
just as the men were Quitting WCrk
for the day. The fall was seventy
feet, but the man struck the scaffold
on nis way down, thus breaking the
force of his fall. He was picked up
and was found to be badly shaken up
and cut about the Ih enl. No bones
were broken and there were uo Internal injuries.
Leader of Salvation Army
Declares His Life Mission
at an End.
FIRE INSURANCE
WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING   COMPANIES:
Capital
NORTH  BRITISH  AND   MERCANTILE   $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON      13.085,493
COMMERCIAL  UNION  OF  LONDON        12.166.666 '
LONDON  AND  LANCASHIRE      12,166,666
LIVERPOOL AND  LONDON AND   GLOBE        9,733,333
NORWICH UNION        5,333,333
TOTAL   $67,085,491
Further comment  is surely not neces sary.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
PAPERS
YY/E are opening
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Hurlburt Papeteries
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Chicago, Oct. 14.���(len. William
liooth, the octogenarian founder and
leader of tlie Salvation Army, has de-
clded to retire from active work. At
a meeting he addressed In Chicago on
Sunday night Iw announced that ii
was his last address. In view of his
1 advanced age his followers declared
(it probably was the last occasion their
leader ever  would  appear  in  public.
Though Gen. Booth is hale and vigorous, t.he strain of the day's work
plainly told on bim, That be realizes
' that hi.s days are numbered wa- suggested by his own announcement nt
the afternoon meeting that his successor had been chosen. He eliel if.
make public the identity of the person on whom the mantle is to fall.
The popular idea has been In this
country that his daughter, Commander Evangeline Booth, would succeed
him, but local leaders of the Salvation
Army a.serted authoritatively that
Bramwell Booth, the General's eldest
son, now his chiefof-staff in London,
will succeed to the world leadership
of tne organization. ,
J. J. MAC KAY y COS
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For Home  Comfort
Purchase the
Monarch Malleable Range
The Range which received the highest possible honors at the Lewis
and Clark Centennial at Portland in 1905, and of which the committee of
award wrote, that the Monarch was given the highest award on tne first
ballot, and if there had been any higher prize offered the Monarch Kange
would have received it. I
HIGH   PRAISE   INDEED.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 AGENTS
Discredited   in   London.
Londan,   Oct.   14.���Members   of  the
i Salvation Army here place little credence in the report that Gen. Booth,
. in his remarks at Chicago, intended to
e intimate that he was about to retire
I as head of the army.    A  prominent
i officer said:   "The General wilO never
1 retire while he has strength to light.
' When  he  does*  retire  it   will   be  io
heaven."
Gen. Booth  recently said here that
l every old person who was not disabled
physically ought  to be profitably employed, adding:   "If I  live to  be  150
years old I  shall  keep working until
I die."
I
X
L
Pocket
Knives
See  our   line   of  this
celebrated make of En-
lish Cutlery
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
Wellman's   Ship   Lost.
Copenhagen, Oct. 14.���The arctic I
steamer Frithjof. which accompanied j
the Wellman Chicago Record-Herald I
expedition to Spitzbergen, was lost off j
Cape Langenes, Iceland, October b.
The captain and fifteen of her crew j
were drowned. The engineer riling:
to a plank on which he drifted ashore.
The Frithjof was homeward  bound ,
to .Norway, having been damaged  ley i
ice  and   consequently   was  unable  tee
withstand a storm which she encountered off Cape Langenes.
I
Seventh Avenue
PRAIRIE   FIRES   SWEEP
OVER SOUTH DAKOTA
.Midland, S. D��� Oct. 14.���Heavy ami
destructive prairie fires swept over
the range north of here destroying
thousands of acres of grass, hundreds
of tons of hay and many prairie shacks
used by the settle.rs for homes. Ther.-
were numerous narrow escaj.es from
fire. One rancher named Kills managed to get his wife and four enilel-
ren in a wagon just in time to see
their home and all its contents burst
into (lames. He made a wild rae
I with the flames that were rajii lly
swept on ley the wind -.end reached a
reservoir in time t,i save the lives ol
all,   \'o deaths are reported,
Real
having
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price. On
this basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell- Our first aim Is to supply
our trade with dejiendable
goods; our secoml to save our
customers something on the
cost- We are invariably successful in both these intentions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83
Ladies!
NOW Is   the   time  to   begin   your   l'\-
rography work for Xmas presents,
Plenty  of
WOOD   TO   BURN
AT-
Twee valuable Lots I'm- sale, on., on corner, north side   of
within three minutes'of proposed  cut-off line te.  Vancouver,
high an i dry, partly cleared, splendid   view,    $300  each.;    o
cash, balance 4, 8 -.unl 12 months,   A gooel Investment
Lots
-third
Apply A. C. D���, P. O. Box 693
Laughed Too Heartily.
Kingston, Ont, Oct. 1 I. <liorii.. lb
Morton, a machinist residing em Russell Btreet, lias very sore riles, ami a.i
because iie laughed too heartily. He
was thoroughly enjoying a joke played on a comrade with garden hose,
and as he watched the sport from n
window he laughed with great gusto, so much so that he was seizoel
with pains and had to be helped to
', a seat A medical man was called
ainl found that he lead fractured a
rib and had torn away part of the
lining about another rib.
MORETS
217-219 Columbia St.
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save  you   50   per   cent-
on a SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B, C
a 10 Richards St., Phone 2125
���
Electric Railway Service j   Chiiliwack  Special
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for Vancouver  and    way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
1>. m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:     Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min- , ;
utes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the  hour,  commencing at  6:30 i>
a. m.
8unday Service   nair-nourly between S.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
��� u._���,  < >
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...IMPROVED FARM...
00 acres, 70 acres cleared and under cultivation, or  in  meadow;   the
remaining 20 acres in alder bottom land; good house (nearly new); large
barn, etc.; situated 2V6 miles from town on flrst class road.   The land produced 2,y2 tons of hay per acre this  year and other crops in proportion.
THIS  SPEAKS  FOR   ITSELF.
Price $9500.00   Easy Terms
All Wool Dress
Goods
THIS WEEK
50c Per Yard
Regular 65c to $1.25   values.
A reduction of prices right in tbe middle ol the Dress Go      ea
son���now���when every  person is looking for new di-e>s _n -.
Willi
OUR REASON ���\\'e have man;,   odd  lines e,r Dress <. ������   -
probably one piece of each kind ami other lines in odd lengths which
are not the Quickest sellers, ami to clear out a.I these vario
we are making just such reductions  as   stated  above-.
If you need a knockabout skirt or a dress for any eef th.. girls, -.ee'i
will timi execellent choice among these. On sale this week. See
our large show window for a few lines. Regular prices 6".c to $1,25.
Sale Price, per'yard   50c
C.
Choose Your New
Fur, Now
There is a great choice in the neck scarfs just now, and the
most popular lines are being picked up quick. We have jn.-- 0 Dl :
up some  excellent  low   priced  Furs.
Women's and Misses' Imitation Mink Cottars, in a greal rarie".)
of shapes and qualities, now showing at from $3.00 to $37.50
Black,
Each $2.2
White, Tan, and Grey  Coney   Ruffs,
all lengths and
       $6.00
Genuine Mink Collars..  When buying Purs II pays to buy the besl
and  without  a doubt   it   pays  tee buy a good  mink.    Ask tee s. -    '���'
goods.   We. are. showing the b stal these prices.   Kadi $14 to $100.
New Fur Tails..  Maybe you    old fur
new by the' addition ol Minn- n ���-..-  tail.
tails, each 26c tei  	
can  be  fixed  up ;e
Choice  Sable ami M rmil
....   75c
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
THE   STORE  FOR   HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
�����������������������������������������������*������������������*�������� M��MMMMMfMMM����H^
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd J
V::"::":;>'::,':*fc   \
House of Quality
���������
IF THE QUESTION OF
CLOTHES i.s befoiv you, 11
is opportune to thlnh aboul
the kind you w.ant lo buy.
If the best, fabrics, best and
most expert style in perfeel
finishing and moderati i:|i.'('
appeal to you, there i- HO
place  but     ours   for  yon '
visit.    We are proii.l
the
reputation we have made as
tho most fashionable clothiers in town, and wo mean to
maintain it by giving still
better values.
|    J. Eugene Brown & Co.
if    P.   S.-GLOVES. CASH CLOTHIERS
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEW5

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