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 Shiles & Co.
C INSURANCE
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY    MORNING,
^OURT DEALS
kn MANY CASES
[gains
t   Madfco   by
OYSTER PROPAGATING
LADNERS LATEST IDEA
Pioneer of Delta Tnterests
fl!n..��� Eats Up Much    Hon.   J,   H.  Turner   in
-Many   Adjourned. |    Bivalve Culture.
j,! Cutu'1'-
court for this
��� ���. couri   liouse   al
I'1 i( ., dlJ   morning,   with
bench, a dozen or
i)
Mil!  I'"
;   I ,i���. bar present, ami
I.'.,, , e filled with
J ,--.   Owing
^'grooui    ���     ������ 1,;-  1"  '"'
"n.-i ii   adjourned the
I"!'. i    .,   . m  summonses
-     Munition..
parties co*
��� ...���., should
| .  on Nos.-in-
I ������ i i"
I county court
pre* nti d   a
| m  re   Howard
lie   asked
|oj the last ui',!.
|     .   nted.
|.. id applications
h ... for the i'ni-
I...       i. ian     Takikkaler,
J j Paul   Hlt'iii-.   Jos-
ftVicte t Rohr, K. A. Tliuii'-
TT Heath, George Stamata,
| . i.. wi. osgarJ. An
j i,   ii each case.
��� s  was   then   gon ���
H       on made of the ma-
i in the following  liiun-
vs.     iCcCaUmn���ad-
^a day to lie fixed,
mce  Co.   vs.  Crean
fl      ne   to be fixed.
II .   Huiitting  l.ui.1-
��� i next  oourt.
.-      ,v Co. na. Peacock
limine
Si-.-
Works   vs
EOtl court.
8. Haaelbroofc���jiulg-
Mtenl
lie ...Chaplin���next court.
Life-  vs.   Mc.N'iece���next
mn v.    s,)r   \t-iHon���set-
lourt.
[nor vs. Km  Jfcjrtune Lnui-
Hat court.
[       ���   Works .vs. liuat-
���Co.���nex  court,
m��-iu vs <;. at. n.���v. n.
[plaintiff    Btoed for special
bul   a   date   was
|H���'���:���     a  vs.  K. J. Roth-
". F. .J. Hart���
;�� ri agawa ,& TamUta
*>w v.;   w   McHrifle���set-
I court
*rVs- (i   ii  Brymner���ac-
1 vs. j..,,���.t   ]k,lU���n���gto��jii
W tn In-   li\t.(L
���llc,' ol the list will be
^ durii 'h< prosant sit-
lr:"'! to ii mow con-
mis' ' motions, uhjec-
I adjom-ni.. - T s- had been
P! '1] ' in mn down to
JN "I �� trades vs. Oil-
f' *'��� x bub: K.C., net-
I: �� "ti i',ge TOtroe,)
|U 00 MTH
' i OF ��0NMBrtS
William ll. Ladner has a . i n- me
for proua ',:-:' ' ri  al tin- mouth
01 ,ln' Pra ei  rivi    which may eventually le.- taken  up  bj   the  Provinci i]
governmenl  and  pui   to a ti at,    '1 he
Delta  pioneer i Itlzi ti     icce   led yesterdaj   in  Inb n     :.      ..   ii ,-,   j   ij.
Turner in hia Idi i,   an I   th     .
promise I before lea. i
the old countr   end ol    i
leather   all   Informa lon   a
the poi. .iri.   ,ii, ci      of trai
o     ei     fi mi  ���:;      eds off Fall
aie.nu the coasl ol Brltl   i Col im I -
Mr. La Iner ia ei n tive of the Lan I'
End district, and n mam ���       ..,��� -, ,���.
people  there  dre ged tl ...    .
Btera from th irge bed in ni ial
bor to the grav< i banks, when he
were . twic   a   la,   .���  thi   i
ceding of the tide.    From the gravel
banks the oysti ra were e isilj . ��� cun I
latter fullj growD and shipped to London in carloads.   .Mr. Ladner believes
1 thai  similar success In the pi ���; ag
tion ier oysters could  be  ha I at   the
mouth of ilu- Fraser, becau -    hi  c I
mate and  temperature of the water
is abom the same as at Laml, End
He is i|iiite- certain thai ih-- oysters
] could   be   kept   alive  long enough to
facilitate the transplanting,
Mr. Ladner has iiem in communication with parties iu England for
sonic weeks regarding the proposition
ami has enlisted the aid of a resident
of ilu- district who will undertake to
dig and take charge of a shipment of
seed oysters. Mr. Turner wi'n go Into
the matter when be sets back to his
offlce in London, tad will probably
order ;i few shipments of oysters foi"
planting purposes al the expense of
the Provincial government,
FALLING SMOKESTACK
KILLS A CHINAMAN
EMPRESS OE CHINA
SINKS AT THE DOCK
Big C. P. R. Liner Fills With Water
Through Open Ports and Lists Over
���Heroic Efforts Result in Danger
of Immense Loss Being Minimized
���Chinese Attempt to Escape.
^:1es & Co
Whit*
I ..uislntive Library.
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
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CANADIANPJ-
PROPOSElTTOR-Cr
INTS PER WEEK.
STILL COMING
EROM HONOLULU
Vancouver, Oct. 23���8 p. m.���Not
yet is the end to th ��� chapter of accidents which have heavily under-
si ored the historj of the C. P. It. during the lasl seven days. Following a
series of minor troubles, which Included almosl every boai Inthe coast
service, the climax appeared to be
reached last Thursday when the Charmer rammed the Tartar. Worse, however, was still to come, and tonlghi
the palatial Empress of China lies
sunk at ber dock In the harbor. Th -
tid ��� is out, and the vessel Is resting
on the inuil and leaning on the wharl'.
valve through which the wai ir was
rushing Into tho hold of the vessel,
and hi pi igged It up temporarily, Af
i* r this, the fire engines managed to
rapidly empty the water from th -
hold of the Empress. The removal
of the water caused the vessel to list
from the port to the starboard aide,
and tor a moment it seemed as if she
would go over entirely.
During the early part of the evening
ilu re wei sixteen feet of water In lhe
porl Bide of the engine room, anl
fourteen feet in the starboard side.
Amld-thi; s,  there   was  approximately
Hit hold Is Qlled with wate
r up in i,i
- i thirteen  and  eleven  feet of water on
Surrey Shingle Mill Completely Destroyed by Fire.
---Damage $3,600,
The total loss of e, shingle mill,
valued al aboul $3.6i)0, the destruction <e!' a Large number of shingle
bolts, and ihe death iof a Chinaman,
is the result of a lin- which broke-out
yesterday morning in a mill belonging
to John Rcardon. situated al the Junction of the Scott and Yal< ma,Is. The
mill and contents wen- fully insured.
The cause of the conflagration is
unknown, hut within a surprisingly
Bhorl time after thn names were ftat
noticed, nothing remained of the mill
bul a heap of smouldering ashes. It
was whi.e engaged In assisting the
volunteer dr.- brigade .that the Chinaman, who wa# emplojied In the mill,
lOSl   liis  life,  the tall .chimney e.ruin'.-
ling over and  crushing  hlm  to the
ground.
The mill ��a.< only started a few
montha ago, being flrsl tacatefl on the
Bootl road, bul since- rwnovsfl to the
preseni site. The macWa��S was-en-
tirelj   new,  having  i d    purchased
from 8( liauke's early lasi  fall
Un
���<  Keir Har-
*'U,:""!   ���    amj    pulrili.il-
aled  uuich u'l-
���:, I
���oil deal of ex-
\\^'" lnforma his Par-
'"4'; thai he is
comin;-
Bp ;i   big   row"  iu   OM
tltno]
nil    .
"" aspects, is ejrst.eiw-
'" British press.
1 Ui.
e w
'��'���   All
(:,m trei
h'n lean
��hethe
lCa��n!,|    ,
,,vst sort of injus-
bracticed in the
'he- native race*
'"ent  under th*}
he says, "1 inthe  House   of
aroused to a
���     ���> "i getting tired
lfll    "J  false medium
,,',    l!,ilisli  public  Is
lnili:>a .UTairs."
,:t).""l0 condemn the ir-
1 Parliament   of  tho
���Wer ��f England, and
jl    a fixed part of tho
PK.8fJanj"8 nr��5'-nm to
'"��� Practice
ID!
RICHEST  JAPANESE   IS
IN  SAN  FRANCISCO
San Francisco, Oct. 23���Baron
Mitsui, nne of the two richest men
tu the empire of Ihe Mikado, sometimes catted the "Rockefeller of Japan," owner of coal mines, of sulphur
mines, of many shins, financier, reputed possessor of a fortune of $50,-
00Q.M0 and ihe brains and backing of
the great M.tsui company, importers
and exporters, with henl offices in
Tokyo, London and Ns* Yl"'l<- :,nl
branches In Sa.i Francisco and other
cities, arrived at the Fairmont hotel
la ;t night from Xew York, accompanied by his wife, their daughter and
five other persons and their servants.
Witli him Is Matsuda, head of the
commercial department of the company and reputed to be the highest
salaried man in all Japan, All were
attired in plain conventional American
dress.
In New York recently, during the
world tour of the Mitsui party, K. &.
Gary, one of the chief officials of the
United States Steel corporation, gave
- _,:.���- dinner to Mitsui at the ^��"
...".:' club.
tide level, and a cargo of flour is ruined beneath her lower hatches. With
the aid of two Bre engines an effort
is licing made to pump her out anl
right her so that she will float With
tbe tide, but it is reported that three
dead-lights under water on the starboard side under her stern are open,
and unless they are closed by a diver
or covered with a mat the water cannot be pumped oul as fast as ii will
Mow in when the tide rises. In any
case the damage done is enormous,
and it is very doubtful that the boat
will get away on time next week -with
the Overseas mail and the Leraieux
mission.
lt was shortly before six this afternoon when ii was noticed thai something was wrong aboard the Empress,
At that time cargo was' being received forward. One of the 0. r. H. employees who happened to be down below in the stern noticed water sweeping in from somewhere. Ports were
hastily closed, but before the- cau.*. of
the trouble could V- locati I the ves-
m l suddenly careened and a rush of
ivater came in. Bj this time all hands
lelow we-.e frantically closing ��� v ry-
thing up, but it is believed that several dead-lights in the Chinese quarter, through which some of the Chinese crew were fishing weere left when
the men were driven out. In tlie engine room prompt action was taken,
the fires were drawn and the stopping
of tiie dynamos plunged the ship into
darkness. The big ship careened more
heavily and slowly sank by the stern.
The Chinese aboard, -seizing their
belongings, stampeded for shure, but
the officers in charge uf them were
equal to the sii nation, and they were
herded on the upper deck, where at
this writing they remain. Ii is prob-
able that should circumstances re-
qulre accommodation will be found
for them in the detention she.-I.
By this time il was quite dark, and
to add to the confusion, not only pasl
there an absence of the ordinary
lights, bul everything was enshroud-j
eli in fog. ll was as though tbe great )
steamer was being slowly and silently j
i Dgulfed in a gloomy chaos.
Fortunately the tide was going out,
and the ship rested by and hy on the
bottom ��iih her bow, apparently,
afloat. Pumps are now gelting to
work. Incandescents are 'eing strung,
and it is a nice In I ween the tide and
the s.'iiveirs. The event is al present
iu doubt, but Should it be adverse it
looks us if the light of morning would
linei the Empress with her decks
awash.
ll is not al this lime possible to say
how the accident occurred, but It
locks as if something had been left
open which was forced under the water, as the cargo was taken aboard
the vessel maintaining as even keel
tor a time and then careening with
the result that the weight of tTT;> water forced a number of open ports
under.
ihe respective sides, while at the fa''
end, there was not more than four
feet of water.
Fortunately there was not much
cargo on board, but what there was Ss
completely ruined. About eight hundred sacks of flour which were in the
bold will have to be thrown away.
Had the bulk of tbe cargo heen on
board, tbe loss would have run into
tens  of thousands  of dollars.
After being repulsed in their first
attempt to break away from the wharf
tlie Chinese crew of 125 men remained
subdved during the remainder of the
night. The detention shed was placed'
at their disposal, eight men, armed
with  rities, being on guard.
The tugs Czar and Salvor are preparing to support the Empress when
the '.ii'fvri'Kes, and with their assistance it is expected that the liner will
be able to successfully float with the
steady rise ..if the water.
Tlie Empress of China has a dis-
plocemenl of 3003 tons, is commanded bj Captain Archibald, arrived S:
Vancouver from her last voyage on
Ictober 15, and was taking on a genera! cargo for the Orient when the
icii l in happened.
An accident exactly similar to that
which has befallen the Empress of
| China was met with by the steamer
City of Topeka on September 16,190-1,
as she was tied up in the Seattle harbor. The crew was engaged in loading on the last of the freight cargo
just prior to the time appointed for
the boat's sailing for Skagway, when
she was noticed to give a lurch to
one siele, and an instant later a member of the crew discovered the water
running in one of the port-holes like
a  mill  race.
The boat was heavily loaded, and
tbe men working in the hold had not
yet Adjusted the cargo so as to balance her, with the result that the constantly increasing load caused her to
drop and finally flood. She went down
in a  few minutes.
To raise her, a coffer dam had to
be constructed completely about her.
Ion the outside of which was spread
I waterproof canvas. The boat was
then -emptied b.v mean.-, of pumps.
The accident cost tlle Pacific Coast
Steamship company aboul $30,000.
Vancouver, Oct. 24���3:30 a. m.���The
Empress of China disaster will not be
ns serious as was feared yesterday
evening unlesy an accident happens
before six o'clock this morning, when
the tide will reach Its high level. At.
this hour, the big steamer is in no
danger.
Shortly before eleven o'clock, a dive" mimased to locate ths open noi
SPORTSMEN WARNED
FROM DELTA LANDS
H. M. Vasey, reeve of Ladner, has
called a public meeting, which is io
take place this afternoon in the Ladner town hall, for tha purpose of
forming some means whereby the
i. ranchers can protect themselves
against the ravages of the city hunters, miscalled sportsmen, who make
a practice of trespassing on land In
pursuit of game, to the detriment of
live stock of all kinds. In the official
notice, the reeve describes the shooting expeditions as being "organized
raids of unprincipled hunters."
Public feeling in the Delta is now
worked up to such a pitch that it is
almost a foregone conclusion that a
resolution will be passed whereby nil
farmers and ranchers will agree to
refuse city sportsmen permission to
hunt on their Innds, under pain or
prosecution for tie? assins:.
Social and Educational Ins-' Six Hundred Japanese Leave
titution Would Greatly1 for Vancouver���Many
Benefit New Westminster.     Bound for Brazil.
Steps will be taken within tbe next
two weeks looking to the organization
of a Canadian club In this city. Several prominent citizens have taken
tin' matter ap, and it is understood
thai the movement is receiving enthusiastic support trom all public-
spirited New Westmlnsterites, There
ar<- already ten Canadian clubs
throughout the west, this side of the
Ori ai Lakes, and ii is felt by lo '.il
parties that New Westminster should
not delay any longer in getting into
line.
Tl. Canadian club is a social and
ducational institution, independent
of all party connections, designed to
promote a lively interesl in all things
likely lo rebound to the general good
of the country. It alms to spread
knowledge among the members on
public questions by having distinguished visitors address them.
Tlie tirst Canadian clubs were organized about nine years ago in Toronto and Hamilton, and since that
time clubs have been established in
many of the leading cities of the country. As .1. S. Willison, editor of the
Toronto NV-ws, writes in the September Canadian Magazine: "The aim of
the founders of the movement was
to stimulate Canadian sentiment and
to unite the people In a common loyalty to the country and its constitutions.1'
Working along those lines the Canadian clubs have during the last three
or four years especially, become largely influential in the public life of
Canada.
Honolulu, Oct. 23.���In spite of the
fact that It has been tacitly agreed
between tlie governments of Japan
and Great Britain that 'emigrant .lap-
am se laborers from Hawaii in,ay be
refused admission to Canada, Charles
ChllUngworth, of Honolulu, believes
thai the Canadian immigration officials cannol refuse to allow a landing
of anyone from the United Btatas and
wii ie.,en:, the shipping of Japanese
I laborers to Vanoouver early in the
j spring. ChllUngworth said that ho
has alrea ly chartered the steamship
tndravelll to enrry 600 Japanese >o
Vancouver and the sicimriiip Dean
of Ruthven to lake 1.200 coolies to
Brazil,
Many more Japanese will he sent to
Brazil than to Canada. ChllUngworth
plans to send at lean 20,000 to the
South American republic during tbe
coming summer, running a regular
steamship between Honolulu and Rio
Janeiro for the purpose.
Mnriyania, the Japanese representative of the Honolulu syndicate which
went into the Japanese labor exporting business last summer, returned
here, bringing back none of the money
entruste 1 to the emigrants to insure
their gtting past the Canadian immigration officers. He says the opposition of the Vancouver authorities
made it impossible for him to enforce
his demands for the payment to him
by the coolies of this money, which
was intended to be used In an endless
chain, sent to Vancouver with emigrants and then returned here in time
for the next iot to use.
As a result of the failure to get
this money back the shipment of laborers so far sent out has been a heavy
loss for the promoters of the scheme.
BRUTE Will SERVE
FIFTEEN YEARS HARD
Twenty-five Lashes Meted
Out to Fritz Plumb, Guilty
of Rape.
Xanaimo, Oct. 23.��� Fritz Plump
was last nigni convicted at the ad-
sizes and sentenced by Justice Martin to fifteen years at hard leabor, and
twenty-five lashes after three months'
imprisonment. Plump accepted the
penitentiary sentence without a tr>
nor, but the announcement of the imposition of the lashes made him
winoe.
Plump was convicted of rape on a
young girl nine years of agS.'' He
conducted his own defence, which
was an alleged alibi, and made a
poor showing. He has a wife and
family   in   Victoria.
Death of A. C. Morrison.
A well-known resident of Sapperton, A..C. Morrison, succumbed yesterelay morning to an attack of plan-
ro-pneumonia, from which he> had
been suffering for some time. Mr.
Morrison was born In Haddington,
Scotland, in 1841, ami came to Canada in is.",?, gradually making his way
west and leaching Xew Westminster
in 1888, He had resided here since
that I time, He is survived by his
widow, Dr, K. IC. Morrison, of Xelson; Drs. J. C. and H. 13. Morrison,
of Revelstoke; R. H, Morrison, druggist, of Vancouver; P. O. Morrison, M.
IC, of Mexico, sons; and Mrs. R. D.
dimming, of Ashcroft, daughter. The
funeral will take place at 2:110 o'clock
today from the deceased's residence.
W. I.. Kales is looking after the funeral arrangements.
DETAILS OF DENIAL.
Government Concerned Over Reports
of Cannibalism Among Indians.
Ottawa, Oct. 23.���Sensational statements have recently been published
as coming from J. A. Osborne, editor
of the Times, of Fort Frances On:.,
as to alleged cannibalism on the part
���f Indians between the eastern shor:
of James Bay and Labrador. As this
area covers territory larger in extent
than civilized Europe, it is impossible
for either the Indian Department or
the Mounted Police Department t*
confirm or deny the statements which
have been imputed, erroneously, it is
believed, to Mr. Osborne. Meanwhile, .
letters have been sent to that gentleman on behalf ot the Gov-.-rnment
asking him for details or a denial ��lf
the assertions credited to him.
"Quantrell" Met Foul Play.
Victoria, B ,C��� Oct. 23���John Sharpe
who achieved notoriety by posing as
"Bill" Quantrell, the guerilla leader
in the Civil War, Is believed to havej
met his death by foul play at Quat-
sino, where he lived, while drinking
in his cabin with a half-breed from
Port Rupert. He was knocked down
and badly beaten, dying from the
effects of the injuries received. Tiie
half-breed has .taken to the wood3.
Search In the dead Tnttn''. trunk fihow-
-'1 twn pixels mnrhed w'tS the initials
"W. Q."
Winnipeg Outraged Over Smith.
Winnipeg, Oct. 2:1���Public feeling
here is outraged by the arrest of a
citizen yesterday b.v Detective Smith,
a secret service man who shot and
killed Oscar Gans last week, and who
was yesterday sent up for trial for
manslaughter, He was released on
bail, anil resumed his position on the
police force.
LAST JIG IS UP ON
TUE ROSSIiND MINER
Rossland, Oct. 2:1.���The Rossland
Miner, a daily which for the past ten
years has rendered a valuable service
in exploiting the mineral resources
of British Columbia, and especially
of the Kootenays, suspended publication yesterday.
Business conditions here left no
other alternative to W. K. Esling,
the owner. The action of Mr. Esling,
who has always been very public-
spirited, is deeply regretted by the
entire  community.
The Miner has ia line plant, including two linotype machines. It is understood Mr. Esling contemplates removing to the coast with a view U
establishing a dally newspaper in one
of the coast cities.
The defunct newspaper was established by John R. Reavls, and later
passed under the control of F. Augustus Heinze, the Butte copper king,
then operating at Rossland and Trail.
As his mouthpiece it waged a bitter
light against the Canadian Paclflc
railroad. The editorial chair has been
filled by several brilliant men, including C. E. Race and Col. Ec.an.
'
I i".
The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that the
finest Cocoa in tbe world is made there.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
Is the purest and the best and is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
I
I
Boys' Rubber Coats, $3.00 the
Coat.
Boys Shower-proof Coats, $5.50,
$6.50 and $8.00 the Coat.
Boys   Warm Overcoats, $5.00,
$5.50, and $6.00 the Coat.
Boys' Caps. 25c, 50c, and 75c
the Cap.
Boys' Black Sou Westers, 35c
each.
Boys' Umbrellas.
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The Wardrobe Clothier
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When conversation lags while entertaining
friends at your home during the winter evenings, just call upon the
Edison Phonograph
For a Song, Recitation or
Dialect Patter.
The Graphaphone combines all musical Instruments into a small compass���you may not be
able to buy a grand piano, but there is no
excuse for having a home without music.
We have thousands of Records for you to
choose from, and you are welcome to listen to
anv selection at our store before buying.
;
*.&) ���. i*.
;*_*.'
.'���his'
J. M. TODD
I   New Westminster's Music House
ENGLAND FACING
MONSTER TIE-UP
Meetings Night and Day to
Compel Companies to Recognize Union.
McQUA
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial /wj
    _._ se|
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 PRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.
London, Oct. 2;!.���Day and night
meetings of railway employees are
taking place In all pans of tne country at which speeches are made anl
resolutions passed emphatically favoring a strike to force the companies to
recognize the union. Already a spirit
of bitterness is developing. Re.vorts
continually reach the leaders of the
would-be strikers that the companies
are preparing to Import workers to
operate the lines.
At some of the railway centres
shanties are being built for strike
breakers where they can offer tin-
most resistance te> the unionists and
emergency food depots are also bein^
established. It is further claimed tha;
i.ii- companies have begun a campaign
eel' Intimidation againsi the anion by
discharging some of its members an I
reducing others in less Importanl positions witH*corr spondlng decreasing
v, ages.
The actual strength of the strike-
movenn nt cannot .ven be approximately guaged. li Is clear tint tin- \in
al$amated Society of Railway Servants under Secretary Richard Hell'.
skillful li adershlp means to fight, bul
only 100,000 oul of a total of 600,000
. ilwaj workers ln the country belong
to this society, it is nue that man)
hundreds of these are ineligible to
membership under the society's rules,
ibut even if tin- workers who are eligible ;i little fewer than half are en
rolled on tlu- union's registers. H -���-
far the society can reach beyond its
official limits in bringing about a
strike Is the question of the hour.
The < panics assert tliat the vast
bulk of the railway employees will refuse to obey tlu- order to strike from
Mr. (bli and his executive committee.
The small minority which may res-
pohd, ibe;. say, cannot Ue up the roads
to    any se-rious extent,
Tiie- managers or the lines declare
tha' Immense numbers of competent
men are waiting to take the places of
the strikers abandoning them an.l
that, the' walking out of the members
'M Bell's society will simply mean a
wholesale promotion in all grades with
the necessary filling in nt the bottom
with workers who lad; experienc !.
'I'he first reasoned statement from the
companies point of view published today takes the ground that tin- union
at present is powerless to block ill,- \
operation of the railways anel seeks
by a grand bluff game to compel re- ;
cognition of it anil thus pave the way
to such a strengthening of its position as will enable it. in the future,
actually io do what it now falsely |
claims to be able to do. The ���dictum
Is laid down that If the union succeeds in the preseni struggle tbe dis-
biplane of the great railway staffs will
be impaired so as to leave no final alternative bul the compulsory organization of the railways on the lines .
of the army and  navy.
160 acres, less i\_ for new railway,
NINE   LOTS   On   Bl'Ull-     Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,
ette and Distillery streets,  !U"J" ****** su,t��ble for dalry farm;
Sapperton,   $1600;    half
cash, balance terms.
40   acres under-drained,     ditched   all
round and fenced around and through
1''"" sized Lot on 4th st
of Regina  St., bei
avenues, v.. ; .
$400;   half
1th
1    rie its
centre;    b room house;    barn  $0x75,   j^ |t
sufficient feed for about 300 head of
stock,    l'rice $8000;   terms one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser.   One mile
from station on new car line.
V'220 cash.
Iti
- HOUSES
l/)t 'Vl, block 11, between Ml*
lloffards and Thomson house, Carnal
von Street; full size $1600.
Sapperton;
shed and i ,
shed.    $1000 each
ance easy.
Uts 2, 2, 4. 5. 9, 1". 1'-'. 1 "���. IL !���"'���
16, IT. IS, 19, 20, 28, 66, 71, 72, 73, 74
and 77 of subdivision 3, in suburban
block  ii, Sapperton;   'prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
6 room house ou Hamilton street,
all modern improvements One lot
from car line;  lot 60x132. l'rice $1400.
$600  cash,  balance   in   monthly   pay- | Aldergrove station,   30   acres   cleared | g^ one-third
ments-
���   and
'' -thirdi
77.58  ACRES, ;,.,.
i ploughed  and Cle     . ;   M ,J_
160 ACRES aimut two  miles from e  V. Sect  R    n-. ��rH
-_...,.._.    <./_   ..��� i-  *'3 per acre,
months, r,oeJ
land partly  fenced, good  house,  barn months.
8 room house, all modern improve-   and Stable.    Price $16 per acre; $1760
ments, full sized lot, Sherwood street, cash, balance to be arranged.
Sapperton      Price  $27C0.     $1000 cash, -     \:yx  ACRES, Bloek 9, Lot No. 2, Dis..
balance on time. Lot  s;   south  side i>' the  river, near
m, acres land nexl to Royal Uak I bridge.   $300;  half cash.
hotel,    baa   been  cultivated,    not  a      m  lots, 432x132, N.-w.  corner of
stump on it. now In grass, 28 bear-   totb Streel   and   ri. Andrews.   Price
lng trull   trees,  all  kinds,   Buffldenl   $1050; half cash.
7 DOTS.   120x5;     i ,��� .:ij
���1    lotS   cb;,:.   :
house, 17. ch ��� I
price $1500,
. ���_
6 ACRES   o
Dot      16,     e
ami   Bruni I
roomed  bo i
lumber to build good large barn, 6       2 loU on glh gt  betwePn   &th an(1  K|,,.,..... ,iu,
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, Cfixed;  conser. j
132; Nos. 9 ami 12.     Price $1000 for. heated bj   ,
both, half cash, balance easy.                 ir,   bearing  I .1
       .,���.. ���....................... stock readj to pi I
-   .". acres eli ared ,.t timbej
Block, corner of Aiick-
en  house   tor  about    250  chickens;
good well;  near to school and tram;
all fenced.   Price $3500-. Terms $1J500
cash, $1000 iu April and $l|HiO April   .;
following, or $3400 cash.
1 Lot 66x132 ft., S. y. of ri lane al
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half i ������������ h,    il, G months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and   :
Thirteenth streel SSxl32 only $800, a I
splendid Investi
Lot   20,   block    B   facing    Engll '.
church, next lot to I ridge, Carnarvon  ''
slreet;   price  $650.
1G0 acres less right of way aboul S
acres for railway; 25 acres Btumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 1 1x28
aud lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 anl
lean  too 32x14;   granary   luxiO;   two
land & lltl) St, and Koyal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
160 acres. 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on lsth street, be-
tween 7th and 8th avenues.
.:.  maining ae ������
from school
.   |
i    53000; iii
bal. in 6 a. J
1   Lol  88x1
$800   cash.
2  houses  corner of    Merriva]    ami
Agnes;  full sized lot;    city block 31,
lot  11;    oue house rents  for $25, the
chicken houses,  each    loxl2;     wagon   ..;h.,..  {]ll.   fl���sh   eloS(,is   atl,i   all con-
3  DOTS,    5, v
cleared, upper . \
tween 1st anel 2nj g
each.
���1 l.W'I'S. 2 lots I Si
Oth Avenue em   .
' :'.7 ti 38j tull si/..-,   '-' ; i
four, or $300 each; b _J
shed 20x30;  small milk house, small nected    with    sewers
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 66 bearing Cash $2,000,    balance In 6, 12 ami 1-
fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price
Double    leneni
1st  and  !.-..!   St.;   I   ol    .'::.(
casli hall   .:. I i.e. :.. :.'j
Price $3,500.' Iti ins for $1" ea
?0000; $20ii0 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue cast
siele, new  house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9. $1000 each.
months at 7 %.
riots  14   and   IB of  1  of C
of
���in acres '- section 14, N.
of Tn. 2, about ���'. miles li a I
.-I  Ha wo rth roa I, Sui rey;  boil
6 LOTS PACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
fcleared.)   Price $508; for the two, 1-2 1J4 storey house,               I
,_   ,   ,          _.          ______ mt. n -__..   ,.���i other ,i can  lie added        \
cash, balance 0 montbs at 7 per cent. Bl];K,li;   p.,   .,,.,,.     ,,,
Lot II on Sberbrook street of 11 of with clove"-, red; fei.:   - -j
-.    .        ,     ��� e     ���_>�����__.  1 ., _,.. ...   _.<,_ ()ne   Iul|e   Demi  sliiacle niii
3, cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 cash, bal- V2Q0.    t(.rms ha��� 0... ^
ance, 6 months at 7 per cent. months at
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits westerly 4. 11
$60 each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on 132x132 corner  100 ri-;.i
enquiry.
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Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art  Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
26 Pmndtr St., Opp.  Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Mail Service
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House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
27 y. acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hea
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property ls only % mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
houses drawing 128 per bob
$5,ooo, half cash, balanceiif
months.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a oomnimandlng jg0 g y_ ^ of <.. .j, ��� sl
Situation; Third avenue, al foot of io acres,partly cleared; Kail
Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey   running through; goodwill
north   of   Webster's civntr.f
house.   Ten rooms (recently papered)
mill and I'll, at the ������� ceil
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.
All  modern  conveniences;    hot   mm!   j,er worth {7 |���.,- acre; ceM
cold   water,  bath,   flush   closet, lava-   4 miles    from    Per:   Hawi
tory,   electric   light;   ��lce   lawn;   lot W300f tenna $1,100'ca*.HI|
66x132, with lane in rear;  part of lot 'ranBe(1-
set out with fruit trees.    Price $2,750. '     Large lot and two MtW|
$1,500 cash, balance arranged. i lumbia street. Sapperton. B
ic. _.��.   c_. ._       j  ir iat $10 each.
1C0 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared;   barn 50 x 80;   stables, etc.; \    One and ono-hiU! stwe.'
splendid Boll; only $30 per acre, $1,000 | fxiil   Bire lot,  situated nortl
cash, balance easy. Royal avenue and corner olj
���treet;  9 rooms; bath room
Part of lot 369, joins T>ake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
cold water, closet; vooim
bearig fruit trees; streets I
���Idea;  fine view.   ?rice *1|
Lot faolng 2nd St., bet��el
7 lots Nos. 81' to -H and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenuo, noxt to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small'
house,   chicken     house,     175    choice W 3rd Ave., second lot IrotJ
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cashri^*'!    52x122 teet; a"fl
; alongside and  back,    f���
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11  of 3. Price ��� ha,f cash_ ,.,,lance eMy st Tl
$500 for three or J175 each; 1-2 cash ! .
150 acres Improved ri=1-|
and sheds eomplete, ae��r C|
balance C months at 7 per cent.
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
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue. First street (facing Queen's
park-  and  Emory street,  comprising I No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   bath
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, he-!
tween Fourth and Merrivnle; ali clear*
ea, $1,200, $sno cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, i-oratf.
of Gilley road. $225 |ier acre, \ore- I
age is selling fast at this price.
No. :ios.���8-rooned House,  with    ituhl
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,50-.   ilm
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at T %.
No. 306.���9-roomed bouse, with baiih
room, corner of 6th and AgneB St.
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No. 310.���9-roomed House a_nd hath
roora, Agnes St. $3,000; % cash,
balance 3 and 6 months a>h 7 %.
all under cultivation.
$15,001
;i .
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<��������������������������������������������������
ed from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing oa
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue anl
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front Btreet and inspect plana.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rentB for $10 pur
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres ln sec. 32. Timber, flr, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and 8th avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 Inside lots $200 each. Price
$950. ca��h.   Single lota at cash.
room, Agnes St. Price $2^500; Ms
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 </���.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation 10 acres or
chard, % acre strawberries plante.l
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
x 32; 11-post frame house and cow
stables, three ln all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged;  $2,000   refused  for   standing
can   baurtle   this, don't ien
bargain; terms caa be arratj
��rFor the above "   '
special price will be made
chaser.
House 30x42, tth   S;-V:
and Sth Ave;    2 sing'-e ���:<���
bedrooms    upaiair
down stairs; parlor. : '
cben nnd pantry
ning back to Ash St.     : '
$1,500 caffc. balance a
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized Iota on b-
north siele between First i
streets,  N'o. 5, 6 and '���
each or $1)00 for the three,!
Full sized lot, nori" i
llton street between S ]
streets; $225.
Mara roadj
ani  I
ning 1
nil siJef
pri
t $50
A FBI
28  acres on
$160 an acre   FOR
ONLY.   One-quarter ca" ���
and 2 years at 1 %���
13th. stfj
1 lot No. 24 on
Price i
iti
tide of 4th avenue
12th St. j
inn Hiit-ee ��� ���       , ig monf1]
bouse mada of hewed timber laid in cash, bal. 6, 12 an
Block 12 on  '-'   ; tl.iO'M
timber; carriage house 16 x 24; hen full sized Ints,    i ���������'
mortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of a life- j ��� Fir,|- Street U
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6 Sl,b ('15  _, Blk. 13-    'S.t jl
percent . cash, balance C mow"
,-.t IsDAV.
OCT. i
4,   1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
Good 0
ne
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
pive rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.    Price $1800,   favorable terms.
OMIMON TRUST MPMi
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
feAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Mn COURT DEALS
WITH MANY CASES
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WIIKN   VOI'   BANK   WITH
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER        45,000,000
w ime small accounts and paj  nten I four times
iyear on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
tank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
H-SERVE        $11,000,000.00
lkm_.nmg_.ieiu Canada and New (oundland, and   In   London,  England,
JlnYurk, rhieago ami  Spokane, U.S.A., und Mexico City.    A Gen-
InlBanklng  Husiness Transac   -.1.
JnrfCr^d't Issued, available witl correspondents in all Darts ot tht
I Iri:.
iBank Department.     Deposits  received In sur.is of Jl anel upwards,
Brt Interest allowed at 3 per cect. per annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
Assets over  $108,000,000.00.
Iwry Saturday evening from 7: 30 p. m. to 9 p.  m.
|V_W WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYJINER,  Manatee)
P*\  III    I    V-T T* I   IVJ'
Sreat Northern Railway
|3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
|losejconnections all points'East and South
Leave 9:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4:35 p. m.
Parlor Cars.  Dining Cars.] Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from Sept-
ember 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Pho"e 194. NEW WESTMINSTER, D. C.
ff- A  b. ISS, Assistant Oeneral  Pass. Art,. Seattle. Wash.
m Pacific Railway Co.
"iih Columbia Const Um
Service.
J TIME TABLE
Itoi'i    Co'lbt Line 8ervi����-
|��UVER    VlCTORIA-SEATTL<E
ROUTE.
m       Pr'"cess   Victoria
Iri ya>��couver 1 p.m. daily ex-
htT      '- midnight daily.
L,'!',!il T::^a.m. dally**
1      '       TV ancouver.
pla. Charmer
tsi,���(1;;;r;"v"r nm "��� ,iaiiy
K    ":',; :1 1  i> m. dally except
���toy* ^ or Princess Royal
1 '12  midnight  Mon-
J^S Ve
DillA  neoUTOr 1 p.m. Tuesday.
N^W     WE3TMIN8TER
8te
Vi,
ROUTE.
I *"���' ��   P-  Rithet.
r;i: Wednesday, Saturday,
P"1 Vict   ���
L       tori'1      Tuesday,   Friday,
Uve* nanaimo route.
P**s v.  8' 3" Joan
fCT?i!,,:3�� pradallyi
���     "ndajr and Saturday
Pm.
of each nwror.h for Clajoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way porta; Tth of each
month for Quatslno aad way ports;
20th of eac-h month for Ahcnset, Quatslno, Cap* Scott and way porta
S. S. Transfer.
Leaves Stow Wesmlnster daily excepl Sunday at 2 p.m., with additional
iiip Monday an 5 a.m.
Leaves Stswaaton Monnay, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 7 a. ni.; FHttay at 6 am. additional
trip  Saturday  5  p.  Dtt.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, S a. m.
Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday*, calling at
landlfgs between New Westminster
and Chiiliwack.
UP RIVER.
Ramona��� ���    _
From N. W. Tu., Tb., Sat 8 IB.
From Chwk. Sun.. Wed.. Fri.. 7 a.m
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
8.S. Amur or Princess Beatrice
Leaves Vancouver at 8 p.m. 2nd
and Mth of each month, calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Cools
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure are approximate.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address
(CD. OOtlLKT.
A^lt.  r,�� W���ster
(Continued Prom Pace One)
1 ������      ate I   thai   le ���
1111,1    ���      Inl . mi ei bj  his client thai
'uld not  ie ar tbe extra >-<>si  Inth   idj   . nmi ul from Tues-
eiie  li. aring.   Mr.
1 igh   II wa    . hardship oo his
to asi,  him  ie. pa.   the extra
ludge n died tbal fhe quea
"on  "      one over which he had no
��� to rule,   Coun e   - n the plain-
" -'I thai the action was tak
.   W.  J. h Herbert
to   recovi n ages  for
i h ;.. net during
ummer, bj   iri .���,���    Roberl
mulr, which I. owm I by ll. Gil-
ei    defend
l< nee,  w   j,  insley, tho
bing
er Rlvei the
: it   Hon   the - ���'      ���     Ro
and passed ov-
i r his ii, not at 1 be time
.   thli i  of the
. -    !    ;        i so  badly
n ���'     ash-
and  al o
quite a  fi w fi     .. the net, che
��� been wound al out
.    . .      ;    i   ���!���   ?,l i     111-
ages,
The wa i bri i i n ofl ai this
by the adjournmi nl  for lunch
iken up ai    n    lis morn-
',. in   case  is of co      ���   ib]    Im-
ortance,   as comprainl     ire   numer-
ioth   from    the    fishermen  and
mshlp men during Lhe fishing sea-
.11   of   boats  passing ov< r  nets  ani
termen getting In the way of Bteam
ei .-���.   The decision ol the couri in this
case will bave the effeel ol acquaint-
es < oncei qi '  �� I b their
In the m ' er,
(in application of i ourisel, all  par-
nting, tin   r ng S im ve   ,1.
Kei   Wilson ear    svas taken up when
;  .i    tmed il     Itting at 2 o'clock.
The  following jurors were empan-
nele 1 to he ar the   :l   i,   h' rs be
ing .is: bargeJ: J. \l. Ke nny, f ireman,
W. .1. Kerr, A. L Uver; " B Lyle,
and Et. B. Kelly.
R, L. K iel. tor ilu- pi -intlff, explained i i i." '���<'-!'.': a-11 jury that
i'i ii;.- Sam vt . - Bulng for damages
n i ie: w lis in toi ass i ill and a!
tery. Sir Charles Hibl erl Tupper appeared  tor the 'le fendant.
Fong Sam, the plaintiff, was the
Brst witness called. He stated that
on Augusi 28 of thia year he met Dr.
Wirion on ihe- streel In Ladner anJ
the doctor asked blm to pay <��� rtalu
monies due. He demanded paym nt
of ri ,300 al once and w Itness explained to '. Im thai he owed him bul $735
made up ol $550 rem tor th tarm,
.515 e :,.,-1 ,,w. ; mOnej and $:'.."e for i
wagon, which he would pay as a ion
... e ould gol 'he' monej. Afl r
;,,,,,. furthei t ilk, In whlc^ Dr. Wilson demanded money al once, witness
wen. on along the su-. et, th��� doitor
lnl!ow in.-. Witness went Into a store,
and ih*- doctor followed him and renew* .1 the   liscussion.
\i ii,ii atage the doctoi qhaaged
Que amount to $1,350, insisting thai
thai was the amouni due. Witness
iroraffi-trated with Hie Sector, anel
when the defendant turu'-U to walk
av.ay. witness remarked: "You talkee
too much lies te> me." The doctor
ihn, came back and Ml witness mi
-,h" breast, Hun on the tnat. WVmam
retaliated by Bhoving the dodo.r away
fwni him. Tbe' doctor then wenl -out
in a blacksmith sho;. ;.<!.<.mm.,' the
'store and came back wlfl) a monkey
[wrench, which he used on Fong Bam'"
head, making a had srar an.l render-
tne him unable to work for two"weeks,
Under cross-examlnstkni, ilif idnin-
_t Btated thai after tke icuffte In
l)v, Btore, the sceae of the toanftjle
w,lf. removed to the neai-by aaCk-
smith shop, where the Bgfti was renewed, the doctor using a monkey
wrench and witness using one -or two
horse shoes.
Sir Charles produced an Iron flraw-
ipin and flaked witness Whether he had
not wielded 11 against the doctor, and
witness   denied   ever   having  seen   it
I before.
1 .1. Livingston, an eye-witness to ih*
flght, WW8 put in the box by the plaintiff. He stated that he was in the
blacksmith   shop   when     the     doctor
I came in and commenced talking :t
the Chinaman who was standing
there.   He did not catch what the eon-
'versation was ahout, but he heard the
Chinaman call tbe doctor a liar. The
doctor then hit the Chinaman two or
| three limes with his fist and then
backed him into the corner, holding
him against a work bench. The Chinaman picked tip a couple of horse
shoes and hit the doctor as best he
could, once on the arm and again on
the side of the head, and the doctor
hit the Chinaman on the head with
I a wrench.   Mr. Livingston underwent
la severe cross-examination, conducted
j by Sir Charles Tupper, but the stability of his story was unshaken. The
i Chinaman Is suing for $1,000 damages.   Thc hearing will be resumed at
Pertian Rugi.
"Antique Persian rugs," unid the nig
salesman, "are dyed with vegetable
dyes; thc new ones are dyed with aniline dyes. There's a great difference
Vegetable dyes are fifty or sixty times
mon- expensive than anilines, nnd they
give a color that is literally imperishable-, u color that keeps growing richer
and richer till the rug fulls to pieces.
Anilines, made out of coal tar, look
Well enough a* Qrst, but they fiule.
When a vegetable red or blue would be
at its best mi aniline red or blue would
be nearly white. We clvllizeil people
banned the Chinese by iutro<lu<-ing our
cheap opium among them, and now we
have equally banned the Persian rug
by Introducing our cheap anilines
anion.,' the rug weavers."
Thc  Hydrophobia Menace.
Sinc(> hydrophobia is transmitted by
Inoculation and its virus resides in the
saliva of its victim, ihe only absolute
safeguard is to keep dogs muszled
when at large. A muzzle- is a nuisane-e
no doubt and in tin' Immense majority of cases needless, for almost
Invariably the mischief maker is the
stray cur, belonging tee no one lo par
tlcular ami coming from nobody knOWB
where. But it seems Impracticable to
frame an effective regulation tor ths
protection of the public from stie-li ir
responsible and dangerous creatures
without making it applicable to all
dogs,-New York Tribune.
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AMUSEMENTS
PROFESSIONAL
I
A.
licitor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court Home, N'ew Westminster,   Phone 143.
WHITKSIDE & EDMONDS, Barris-
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
Gowan MacGowan, Manager.
"Tennesees
Partner"
A   Stirring   Southern   Play
Will be Produced
by the
Rambeau & Esmond Company
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
MR. J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solicitor ot the supreme court. Officer
' Canadian  Bank  of  Commerce  build
ing,  Columhia  street, opposite   post-
oflice, New  Westminster.    Money  to
loan.
MARTIN   WEART   11  "."riri hi'.-ri.
barristers^ si'-lcltor*. "Sc
' (Ices:    New Westminster, frapp lilt..,
corner  Clarkson  and   l_oni��  streets.
Vancouver, rooms ill to l!4, 44f. (Irao
ville street. Jjseph Martin, K. C��� j.
I W. Weait, W. U. McQuarrie, IL A.
i Bourne. Mr. Martin wifl be In th:
I Westminster offices every Friday af
ternoon
Limit of Economy.
"I don't  iniiiel  a  young  man  econo.
mlzing when he is out with mc," sighed
the girl, "but it seems to me that when
he takes you in a penny In the slot ma- i
chine parlor, drops a penny In a slot '
and lianels you one of the ear things
while he takes the other the limit has
,1ust about been reached.  Of course you
can hear the opera almost as well with
one ear. but how docs it look?"���New
York Press.
Prices, $1, 75c, 50c, and 25c
I
Charity.
Tlie laily was making some remarks
about the kind of clothes some other
ladii's at ehureh had on.
"The finest garment a woman can
wear." said her husband, "is the mantle of charity."
"Yes," she snapped, "and it's about
Ut> only one some husbands want their
wives to wear."
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
as well as prospective customers, thai new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his la/rge stock of
optical goods, lie wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to re3t.
Same   old   address:
m Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
The Fun of It.
"Why did you do that?" demanded
the teacher.
"Oh. just for fun," replied Tommy.
"But didn't you know It was againsi
the rules?'
"Sure' Pat's where de tun come*
lu."���Philadelphia Cress.
tiold   niii...!��-il   Opinion.
"Wri'., ii mau loses bis money," rr
ajarked the cjmic, "Iim finds out wbt
Mh f,; mds ars."
"Yes." ni swered Mv. Dustln Stax, "i'
Is a vri-.e- co jt-msation. When a mai
loses his fortune he saves the time lis
used 'ee spend shaking bauds and lis-
tenia;;! to hard luck stories and gets s
riv... ��� to make another."���Washing
ton Star.
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it Is necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You    ca,n   rely    upon    GETTING
THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor
anel Notary Public, in practice since
181)1 at New Westminster. B.C. Of-
fri-es removed to Curtis Block, Clarkson street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box 1C0.   Telephone 64.
WP.  HANSFORD,    Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner      Columbia     and     McKenzie
[ streets, New Westminster, B. C.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday ot each month.
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August, and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
mt-etlag.   A. E. Whi<e. Sec.
SOCIETIES.
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Weslminsti'i' branch P. O.
Box 645,
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held In Oddfetlews' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially    Invited    to    attend.    C.  S.
| Richmond, N. G.; A.V.I). McDonald,
V. Gri  YV. C. Coatham, R. S.; G. 0.
!     Daw. F. S.; Alex. Adams, treasurer.
|  ,	
i FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m., in the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. F. J. Lynch,
W. Pres.;  H. Schofield, Secretary.
I ittle rttO-ier��,
Will f Cu ri' Jack, ili'l you choke ou
that cake ' tl cr in-! made yesterday"!
Rich i^iei Onciev-Jlpod heavens, no,
child 1 What put such an extraordinary
Uiej Into your hoadl Willie��� Why, 1
lieir.ri pn tell ma he thnde you coiiffh
up the hough.���Baltimore American.
Decline of Cl-inr��ei��  Tea.
Some interesting Statistics bave beeo
collected by Vice Consul Arnold at Fu-
���f.-hau concerning tlie great decline In
China's tea trade. From lfi'S. wheu
tea was first introduced Into England.
until 1887 Clilua held exclusively the
tea trade of the world.   Then India be
CPU   tn vllte^e- jho tpo   rnPPtMJ'	
Opera House Bookings
.Raffles    ,....Oct. 80
���Isabel Irvins   Nov. 7
Tilly  Olsen   Nov. il
The Alaskan  ...Nov. 13
Holy   City    Nov. 20
Sarah   Truax    Nov. 28
Uncle Tom's Cabin  Dec. IS
���Are   You  Crazy Dec. 20
Juvenile   Rostonians    lan. 18
Devil's Auction    lan. 2;"i
Buster  Brown    Mar. 12
Paul   Fillmore    Mar. 18
eSis In New York   April 1
/The   IJurgomasiter    April 8
A College Boy    May 27
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.;
Nelson& ft. SheppardRy. Co. i
Red Mountain Ry. Co.     |
The  only  all  rail  route  betv/een  all
points east, west a'nd south to Ross- j
land, Nelson and intermediate points i
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'fic and O. R !
& N. Co.      .
Connects at Rossland with the Can- j
adian Pacific Railway for Boundary j
Creek points. _    j
Connects at Meyers Falls with \
stage cNily for Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,   November    to,
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE  No. 1
���Meetings the flrst and third Tues
day In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street, C.
S. Oorrignn, recorder; Geo. Bacon,
master workman.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yen
BETWEEN
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 compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERALAGBEUL���
-OOE  OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE   No.
115,  SONS OF  ENGLAND,  B.  S.���
Rod Hose Degree meets Second n^,
Fourth  Wednesday of each ir ���^t^
In K. of P. Hail, Columbia, gt-> at
8 p. m., White Rose De^ree> Fourth
Wednesday   in   ec^"n month, same
time nnd plar;,    Vlsltlne; Brethren
cordial!-j 'invltod.   E. L. Webber pre-
si'',ent, H. Disney, S-j.Mt.hiry.
tooi.
Leave
y.zo a.m.
12.25 p.m.
Q.40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
... Spokane   7.15 p.m.
.. .Rossland   4.10 p.m
 Nelson  6.45 p.m
H. A  TACKSON.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
lor CONRAD. CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
txpress and freight connect with
stages at Carcros? and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For  information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Managei,
Vancouver. B. C.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THC CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
sbFINCST and fastest^
71
EMPRESSES
*
11.000 I EMPRESS Or BRITAIN 114,500
H. Pawsr I EMPRESS OP IRELAND J     TOW
Particularly  low rates    trom    the
Old   Country.       Reservations  made
here for all sailings.
For particulars apply
ED. QOULET,
C. P. R. Agent
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, t.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday ln the
month at 8 o'clock, ln the small
hall. Oddfellows* block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. J. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly Invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
V. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM-
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., ln Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially Ip vlted to attend, ti. Haggman, S. C.J N. R.
Brown, Secretary.
BONO OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A&
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE I8LE8
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday ot every month in
K. of P. Hall. John McNiven,
Chief; J. J. Forrester, R��c Sec
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hull, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. CH. Clow, N.O.
CE. Osborne, P. Q. recording secretary.
inilCUTKT
Ui
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; King 8olomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1583; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
V., Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls, N��tt No. 18;
Beulah Rebukah bodge, No. 5, I. O.
O. F. '���*' *
i'M . .',,.,
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PAGE FOUR
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
^HOR
SDAY.
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OCT I
>+�������� �������. ���������������������������������������������������������������������
Two acres on Green road close  to Westm,nster road  and   only   a
few minutes walk from car   line;   1   acre cleared and  in  orchard.
$ 1,600
Terms to arrange.
J. PIERPONT MORGAN
CONTROLS WALL STREET
Financier Struggles to Bring
Order Out of Monetary
Chaos���Cortelyou Assists.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. VV., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixtli and Front
streets, -New Westminster, B. C.
follows, bavins been framed out at a
meeUng held  In  Vancouver Tuesday
night;
October
26���Columbian college-  vs,  Queen'*
school.
31���Westminster vs. Shamrocks,
E. A. Paige Managing Director November
 ,       _:���Westham Island vs.  Columbian
' college.
9���Queen's school vs. Westham islam I.
16���Shamrocks vs. Westham islan 1.
E9 -���
MV'!ri��->"i< ���
I
THURSDAY, OCT. 24.  1907
TARIFF   TALK.
"Fifty cubits nigh" is the new
slogan of the party which advocati -
Protection with a big I', uu the
is111 mi��. the "fifty cubit" gentry will
talk about the People���the deal
People���with a big iri bul if they
should gel  Into power, tbey wlll pro-   s'an"'
oeed   to  hang  the  dear people on  a     21���Westminster vs.   Westham  isi
Protection gallows "fifty cubits high," and.
and they will tell the dear people thai   January
it is good for theni. 4���Shamrocks  vs. Westminster,
23���Westham  Island  vs.   Westminster.
30���Columbian college vs, Westham
island,
; iei emhe r
7���Columl lan   i illege    vs.   Shamrocks.
11���Queen's  college    vs.   Westham
Mr. Edward Gurney started the new
catchword by talking, at the meeting
TS���Westminster vs. Queen's school.
February
of    the    Manufacturers'   association,       1���Westminster vs. Columbian col-
about a tralff "as  high as Hainan's lege.
gallows,"  and  the  demand   he  made
for it has been taken as a challenge
bj  a paper which is recognized as a
champion   of ilu.   fanners'   Interests.
Concluding an article on ihe- subject,
it says:
"It is well,  perhaps, the issue has .      7���Queen's school vs. Shamrocks,
been   so   frankly   and   clearly stated.'    14���Shamrocks   vs.  Columbian  col-
8���Queen's school vs. Columbian
college.
22���Columbian college vs. Westminster.
22���Westham island vs. Shamrocks.
March
li  is well, too,    that    the power of
tiiose who have made tlle issue should
be realized. Manufacturers boast
that their organization is the greatest
interest in Canada today, that their
output exceeds tlie output of all the
farms of the Dominion, and that they
should not go hat in hand to any
minister, but that their demands
should be presented as by a sovereign
power with the strength to compel I
compliance, The truce formed by the
late revision has been broken by those
who had most reason to be satisfied
with that revision. Henceforth It
must te a war that will not end until
customs taxation ri reduced to a level
merely sufficient to provide government with the revenue necessary to
meet the demands of a public service
honestly administered. In order to
attain this end farmers must organize their strength. It is no struggling
infant but a giant made strong at.
their expense that has thrown down
tjjfc' gage of battle."
lege.
21���Shamrocks  vs. Queen's  college.
28���Westham island vs. Shamrocks.
N*-w York, Oct. _.::.���J. Plerpont
Morgan practically assumed command
in financial circles in Xew York today. He is striving lo bring order
out of chaos ami to see whal can be
done l'> protect the large inle-rsl-
: bal are now in jeopardy.
rp t<> thi.-, time there has been uo
organisation among the trusi companies' officers, and Morgan and James
Stillman, presldenl of the National
City bank, are earnestly engaged In
an effort to bring about cooperation
among those Institutions. Wherever
it is found thai the managemeni nf
any institution umler suspicion has
been Sufficiently conservative to warrant rendering assistance, that assistance will be forthcoming.
Cortelyou   Restores Tons.
Secretary of tli" Treasury Georg
B. Cortelyou today made large deposits in local batiks. He- is iii close
touch with the preseni situatl in in
this citj and ; elieves he will be able
to cope with it.    It was nol  possible
i learn the amouni of government
funds ei' posited todaj. Cortelyou' i
statemenl made lasl night affirming
the strong condition of the national
banks of this city has had a very
������ lod effeel on sentimenl and has s r
red to relieve the apprehensions of
business men that the curtailment of
credits through the- situation following the suspension of payment by the
Knickerbocker Trust company might
hamper the financing of general mer-
e anl ii" affairs.
Another Trust Company.
It became known (his morning thai
the Trust Company of America, one
of the city's largest financial institutions, with deposits approximating
$50,000, ) and tofal assets and liabilities in excess of $60,0(10,000 wiis in
need of assistance, li was announce'i
thai liberal assistance would bo give-n
it ami also that it had in its yaults
$12,oii'i..eee in cash with which to e-
gin payment of its depositors Bhould
there be any unusual demand,
0 HORACE DORER
Goldsmith Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
Ol Columbia Street, Next Tram Office
iSBSBSeSBBBBBBBBSBBBSBBBBBBS?
Public Meeting
in compliance with the request of
i number of ratepayers, I hereby call
a  public meeting, to be held  In the
I Opera  bouse,  on
THURSDAY, the 31st inst..
at 8 p. in., for the purpose of dU-
cusslpg the advisability of taking
steps to secure the restriction of the
Immigration of Asiatics into BrlflSh
Columbia.
W.   ll.   KEARY,   Mayor.
Mayor's  offlce,    New   Westminster,
Oct.  23,  1907.
Por QUALrri
rlvw
the Delta  land   cannot   be   beaten.    One acre ol i
bottom land will produce as much    as    tin,,
gravel land.
Here Is a piece <>f choice land at a bari
8 acres, all cleared,  in garden  and  pa I
this city, on the dyke road, 200 yards from Sun mi    . ���  ,,j
and boat landing, >,4 mile from school, bas a  ! .   .,,!,,, ���    1
in gooel  repair,  barn  and  chicken  house,  ���_' ,,,
good waterfrontage with  wharf building,
young fruit trees, a good  range  all conn ecti
Price  .   -   $2250
$12.10 ca h. balance in one-  pear.
DR.   HATHERLY
f'Tp^ Optician and doctor of Ophtli-
*'^>'->-i almolgy.    Cures Nervous an I
Chronic Headaches by skillfully pres
cribed glasses,    Parlors on Six'h St.,
Murchie block, Xew Westminster,
Halle &
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPEI
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B C1
P. O.BoJ
Phone   335
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eight*') Street
LOOK
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:
J   Lol al Sapperton, near the schoo]     J
+   Lol <en Eighth Btreet, below Fourth avenue
(Si     ���
ICBIB_Q__SR3B
I lots on Sixteenth St., near the new tram lin<-.$650 for the 4, te|
Lots on Fourth avenue, near Eleventh streel   $175 each, ts|
Look at my Iinl   b< fore i1
ADVERTISE IN THC NEWS.
P. PEEBLES a
1 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.    Phonej
�����������������������������������������������������������������������*��� ������������������������������������������}�����������<
The
College Boot
Some on? asked the other day why
Rudyard Kipling did not visit New
Westminster. They Ca'j Kipling the
poet of the Empire, but he 's ^��
l��et of the pioneer outposts also, ari'!
should have been brought to the pioneer town of the Praser valley. Th-1
only answer we could give waa that
"What is everybody's business is nobody's business," ami nobody was
charged with the duty of seeing that
.N'ew Westminster was not overlooked
in ihis as in oilier matters, Volunteer organizations are excellent In
their way. but a permanent official
to look after such points would be
much more useful than, in the nature
of things, a volunteer body like iT.-i
Tourist association can be in a C >m-
paratively small town like this. Tho
volunteer help would be readily forthcoming when needed, if it had a rallying point, and the permanenl official
would be the rallying point.
fe, v,
C0LLEGTW
^BOOTS^
Prices
$3.00,
$3:50,
$4.50,
$5.00 a
pair.
JUST   RECEIVED
A Large Shipment of
Crockery^Glassw;
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE AM
THING IN THAT LINE.       OUR  PRICI
ARE RIGHT.
��� ���****...
ADAMS & DEA]
Button, Lace or Blucher Style.
Patent  Calf,   Kid  and  Gun Metal Calf are the
Favorite I. eathers.
���-.* __s
CORRESPONDENCE
GUESS   HE   FORGOT.
To the Editor of the Daily Xews:
Sir,���Surely the Mayor forgot that
October 31 was Thanksgiving Day
when he called the Anti-Asiatic Meeting for thai date. That evening
many people, want to spend at home,
and will spend at homo, meeting or no
meeting. One might almost as well
call a meeting for Christmas night.
PATEU.
New Westminster, Oct. 23, 1907.
Wii-
SCHEDULE ARRANGED
FOR JUNIOR LEAGUE
The schedule of the Junior Soccer
league for the Lower Mainland is as
k%
The College Boot is now
largely worn by women of
fashion.
The low tops and trim
style give them an out of
the ordinary appearance.
Among women, who know,
there's no style of shoe so
popular as the College Boot.
1 We have an
3>_
I   Improved Double Cornel
��   On the car line, with two houses thereon, draw]
$32 per month, which can be had for
I $4,500.00      ___
j BOURNE gTgORDOI
Corner McKenz o and Columbia Streets
i.i':- l
^ri=:K^^riH^*^^KMMH^^=:^::ri=; , ri*��:*ri^:riririririri
If you'll take note of the fact, you'll find that this Store always has just
the right thing, at the right time in Women'sJFootwear.
JOHNSTON'S
 BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.������
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farm-
er's Pork
PACIFIC  MEAT
MARKET-
R.  J.   McMENEMV
Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE
Advertising Cuts
of every description, for any
purpose. Designs and Estimates free.
Chas.   M.    Rawson
Room 4, 165 Cordova Street W���
VANCOUVER,   B.   C
Also orders taken for Printing.
Hides Want*
At the
l=raser River Tanij
Highest Lash Pri*' OCT. 24.   1907
DAILY  XevVS.
H. SMITH
PAGE riVE
The Cash Si
Where the Stylish Coats
Come From
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l FOR |
'furniture!
The I'nion Lodge of Masons iuiUiri-1 teruinnient given in aid of an Kuy-
Bd new members   at   their   regular]llsh church, which, is about to be built
200 Stylish
German Coats
Bought in bond at a liberal trade discount.  This
ghipmenl  was ordered by a merchant who has rein business and the agent received instruc-
-��������� dispose of the lot at once to save greater
tiding over.
nu etlng '. isl  evening
h. U.
lo the Mason.;
K*.r.'111 kinds or cut flowers and pot-
ted pUostm]  see Tidy, the florist.
Although vr>,'," HI, Col. Scott, Of
Port Moody, la Npttfted not to he in
Immediate danger, He is completely
under a doctor's cm*.
tn thut district, Among those who us-
slstiid In the program of the evening
were' Frank Major, accompanist; A.
Johnston', H. Stapleford, W. Warwick,
Miss Effle v^'arwick, Miss Kate Dauphinee, Miss .h^ephiui- W&Json aad
.Miss Edith .lolmstoii. -
Carpets,   Linoleums.   Oilcloths. Window Shades. Pictures and
Picture Frames. Go Carts.    Lace   Curtains,   Portiers.   Uphols
tering, Cabinet Work, Sheets.   Pillow   Cases,  Blankets,     EH
It will  pay you to try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
Bulb?,    hyacinths,    tulips',   crocus,
chrysanthemums in  ]>ot.->.      .'���  Muir-
Monsoon tea, 4n cents per packet, head, ���florist,  Seventh avenue.        **' I
at the Home ol  Plenty,    255    Front!    ,__,
... i     The Hon. J. H. Turner, repres'enf j- |
live of tin- Provincial governm mt ���"
London, stopped off in New vVestmf* |
ster a few tours yesterday afternoon
while enrouto to tho old country. He
was conducted about' the city by Ma- '
yen- Keavy  and expressed  mucii  surprise at   tin- evidences of growth anl
development   on every  hand.    While |
here li4>  met,  besides   Mayor Keary,
Mr. Clute, (ri tl. Major, W. II. Ladner, I
TEL.   73
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET. NE WWESTMINSTER. B.C
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A cur of Chilliwai 1; fruit w.t.s shipped to Minto, Alberta, yesterday, and
another cai arrived, also for the mid-
dli   wesi. earlj  this morning.
Haul  Sapollo for sale
Sons, Fronl street.
at Kyle fc
The.- New Westminster Council No.
of the Royal Templars of Temper
ance held their regular weekly meet-1illld other long-time residents of New
$20 Imported Coals for Women al $14.00
(li and SIS Coats for Women al $10,50 and $12.50
Ni w Dark and Light Beautifully Tailored Tweeds,
Black Beavers and Broadcloths with trimmings of
silk braid.
Dr.
clul
tting   in   ilie   Odelt'ellows'
T. 11.  Levey, dentist.  Crescent
luildlng, Columbia street.
Westminster.
last- evening.
He   left   for   the-  East
.V meeting of the New Westminster
A   numerously  signed   petition has
in on presented to the Richmond counti  ..   n -ide ins of Steveston, praying
Cor tbe-   retaining of the services of
PRINTING
Have your printing done in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
JIL50 Coals for Misses 15 lo 18, Small Women $11,50
JI4.50 Coats for Misses, four sizes, at ��� - ��� $ 8.50
'ty Girls' Coats in the very newest patterns at
21    r cent, less than regular prices,
lacrosse  club   will   be   held ibis ev - the chief of police during the winter
ning   in   Si.   Ryall's office, when  tho months.   On a vote of the coumcUmen
business   >l  the year will lee- closed being taken, onb  one vote wae cast
; .'��� in  favor of having  police  protection [fairest companies in.the countrj
F(11. C1I1  ,.���,...      ,��� or ��un. during He,- winter, and the resolution  ���  write you a   policy  today.
eral  design    tei ephone T. Davies  & ��� ^' '  :"   the Prevlou�� ���*u��� was j cost ,; hut little, the protection g
_,,_   B 9ns *��, accordingly allowed  in stand.     Th
Itr.WI.Vri   l-'OK  THE  FIREMEN
Is  a prettj   poor  way of    protecting
your Belf from loss by lire.   The only
seme method of avoiding loss is to
PROCURE FIKK INSURANCE.
We represent the besl soundesi an I
Let
jriv
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWfl BLOCK.
20S.
Buy your Flannelette Gowns and Wool Underwear at Smith's.    A big- saving on every garment.
iii
1 ten
i Large Size Gowns, regular 75cand 90c for 50c
are white,  pink and aborted light stripe pat-
. all fast colors.
yards Heavy White Cotton, al 10 els per yard
The price of cotton in any form has rapidly advanced, in some lines the cost to us is double what
it was. Snaps are scarce, but here is one you will
not hear of again.
Full 36in.  serviceable, strong stock, 12 1-2 and
15c values at per yard, 10c
BLANKET SALE CONTINUED. Don' miss it.
We never sold so many tine wool unshrinkable
blankets at $3.40 up.
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T. H. SMITH
267-271 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
L
An ounce eel' foresight  is worth a te
services of the police magistrate WT.ll]of result was -: ,  His Honor Judge  i'e-  retained   until   nexl    spring,  the
Cane .   sierdaj   Erom the bench that  council rescinding a nrevious motion
lb VY. Howay would probably receive  dispensing with his services.
���
Ids commission within the next  con
\ team to represent the New Westminster   Football   club  in   Saturday's
game with the Westham Island team
was picked last, evening al a meeting
We sell Perfect Baking Powder, 35c|Whlch was held In the public library.
l_er tin, at the Good Cheer Store, 265 Much dissatisfaction having been ex-
Front street. **  pressed   with  the result of last  Sat- i
i ill-day's   match,   quite   a   lew   changes
was made in the lineup tor Saturday.
,   ,,   I Some of  the new  men will, be, Bar-
tomorrow  evening.     li   is probable
that ih ���  Friday evening    committee
meeting   will  be  ;i  regular thing in1
future throughout the wlnl sr.
ple of da ���. and would be In a position
to entei ��� .., his duties as a county
coui I j id ���   next Mon lay.
The  city  council  committee    will
hold a session iei the committee room
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE  INSURANCE  AGENTS
260   Columbia. St.
New Wi stminster,      :    :    :      B. C.'
YOU   REQUIRE   A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next drrvr Hotel Asitr
VANCOUVER
J
baree In goal, Alex. Turnbull, halfback, and Malins. left wing. Owing
to an injured knee sustained at Saturday's same. Ken Brown will be un-
Bristo soap for cleaning and polish- hile to play.   Saunders, Howard and
log knives, etc., 10c per paceket, nti Craig will also be off.
the Good Cheer Store. 266 Front St.. **
Col. Tracy, of Vanoouver, ha.
The regular monthly meeting of tho
heen Ilocal  ^ ��� *-���   ' ���  l:- *-oc* l)lac" yester
day afternoon at the residence of Mrs.
C.. Watson,   Third  avenue,,   when     a
engaged by the municipality of Delta
iei  compile  estimates  ami   report   on
the cost of installing a water system ��**��� ��ui��ber of members were pres-
from the Nlcomekl river from which !ent-
The  chief  business   before  the
stream the municipality recently
cured a record of 250 inches.
Fresh Alberta butter,
at Kyle & Son, Front St.
11
for ?1,
meting was the receiving of a report
from the local delegate to the big W.
C. T. U. reunion held in Winnipeg
from Sept. 13 to Sept. 17, Mrs. James
Cunningham, who had represented the
Westminster ladies, making a lengthy
Look Up
THE
There is oue little boy in the Helta
. ,    _     . .   ���,eand interest ng report, which was du
hri Sunday school .   ..".   '. ..        .
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\     -:-   CITY LOTS   -:-       j
��� 6 Lots on Seventh Avenue, West End, terms, $750. |
on Fifth Ave,. East End, good terms, $1200.
on Roval Ave., all cleared,       ��� $1500.
Fruit
:
���4 Lot ri Twelfth St. car line, each,. $300.
IlLo
��� Xe.v
���
*
*
i who  has  foliowei:
j instructions  to  his   father's  financial
i detriment.    Some   days ago  a  game
| warden called at the rancher's house
and inquired whether any stray  hen
[pheasants were on the premises.   Little Boy Buttinsky replied: "We ain't
got none now;   mother cooked  them
jail yesterday."
What about that endowment policy
j in the Mutual Life af Canada? lt will
[pay you to see S. W. Bodley at 260
j Columbia St. This is the solid Com-
' pany-
ly ordered filed, ln future all meetings will he held on the fourth Wednesday of the month at the residence
of Mrs. Watson.
On the occasion of the conferring
of the Third Masonic degree upon a
Washington senator by the Bellingham Bay lodge, on Friday evening
next, forty Masons from New Westminster district will bake a flying trip
south in order to take part in the
ceremonies. A special car will te attached to the regular afternoon south-
I bound O.  N,  K.  train, reaching Belt-
up-to date 5 roomed House, Sapperton.
Trees.    Easv terms, $1300
���DIAMOND & CORBOULD
RESIDENT AGENTS. X
American  Fire Ins. Co.  and Empire Accedent and Surety Co.    -
���
*
tGe"��an American  Fire Ins. Co.  and Empire Accident and Surety ivo.   j
��� DOMINION  TRUST  BLOCK. .
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The need of an adequate and pal-1 Ingham about six o'clock. The party
atable Wat sr Bnpply tor tfie little town will return to this city on the early
of Steveston is again attracting atten-J morning train. Members trom King
tion in Salmonopolis. R. D. Horisou,
one of tbe prominent citizens, has of-
;, red to contribute $250 towards tho
expenses of digging a test, well providing the Richmond council will con
tribute a bb,- amount. Up to th<
present the council has taken no ac
Ition in the matter.
Fine dairy farm of 100 acres, best
���black soil;  part underdrained. House j head
and small barn; only eib ri miles
'from New Westminster;   good    road.
l-'or short time at |70 per acre. Ah-
i ioM & Hyde, next Guichon hotel, New
; Westminster, B. C.
Solomon lodge. New Westminster,
Ionic lodge, Chiiliwack, as w -ll as
several prominent Masons from l.ad-
ner. will form the party. Tickets tor
the trip may bo obtained from Harry
Major or J, 0, Gatuon, Columbia
street
Bulbs,  hyacinths,   tu.tps,   narcissus,
chrysanthemums h\ pots.     J.  Muir-
llorist, Seventh pvei.no. **
*te
;;''..''.>''.-.i/_,0',0',j',^'.j'.j'.j'.j'^,.>'.."..,'-;'::''..''- :"::'::\ .'���']'/
������ '���������i."A-.4",.-',.--,.���,.--,1-,.-'���-,,:W,.-'.."..'' l '���
j  An Easy Mark
I h the West End we have listed ten lots al
lots at the ft
West End we have listed ten
following prices and terms.
4  Loti  $200  each or   $650jgr_theJ;
6 LoU  $225 each or $13CQjor_the_6.
We will sell you the bunch for $1800, One-half c
halance, 6 and 12 months.   These lots are
great values and elegantly stiuated.
Joseph Corbett, of H-iinniond, is esti.eciallv bitter against tlle powers thv.
te for the miserable ferry service at
I Pitt, river. While on his way to New
j Westminster yesterday, he was he-Id
City Treasurer McQuarrie is at pres- yp f,n- )WO hours and a half at the
ent experimenting with a Burroughs river owing to the Inability of tli ���
adding machine, submitted to him us ! r(M.,.v bonder to get the gasoline en-
a sample by the firm's Vancouver,gine nttacned to the ferry scow work-
salesman.    The coat of the tabulator I |ng    This engine hias only been fn us.?
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
367   Columbia   St.
OPP. PREMIER HOTEL      Phone B271I
Notice!
A |Meeting  of the Liberal
Association will be held
in the
Liberal Club Rooms
���on-
Tuesday Night, October 29���
at 8 o'clock
QOOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and disriiet
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and:
at Gamon's  Cigar  Divan
ts"Advertise the town we live in 1 y
mailing Picture Post Cards to yOvr
friends.
To take up the question of
calling a Convention to> nominate a  candidate  for the
I House of Commons.
All Liberals in the District
are invited to attend,
J. REID, Pres.
J.W. MacDonald, Sec.
Mr. Employer
a
is |400, and it is calculated to reduce
clerical work by at least two-thirds.
Mr.   McQuarrie   is   busy figuring out
a short time, having been installed
to replace a brokendown engine which
had been doing duty for a long while.
ash,
whether the civic treasury funds are > Unfortunately, the new enulne is of
available for the purchase of the nn- |no more use than iti predecc-oor, and
chine. | requires anything from thirty minute
to an hour's tinkering before It will
consent to do its duty. Engineer
Ganiole, who was out in that direc-
I
s
1
t
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
The Pn*~ i ���j c *-!.���_.#.     _.    New Westminster
Now is your chance to secure the
choice of the 15-acre plots ln best
fruit growing district of B. C; only 16
minutes' walk from R.R. staUon *��*,-, ���..,������..������
steamboat landing, and one hour's f,n,i��" *<������'*�����<
travel to either Westminster or Vanvouver. Price |60 an acre and up; by
\bhott & Hyde, next Guichon hotel.
tlon a few days ago, made the com-
that    the   peoire
j would have to be satisfied with tile
jnnk for a long time to come.    Mr.
Manson, M. L. A., for the district, and
��e farm Land Specialists,
.^H^:^:;ri^;ririeriri^=:riri^^o��^^:^^^^i'
Mr. Sprott, road inspector, are both
A number of young people went out tot the opinion that it Is high tlmn a
from this city yesterday evsnlng to j serviceable engine was furnished for
Tynehead to take Pff^Jn a jocial en- j use on the ���scow.
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMAN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE EXTENT. IF SO, I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN AND
THE COST IS MODERATE,
PHONE CALL OR WRITE ANO I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.      ::     ::    ::     ::     ::
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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,\���..,m*moii2t^- PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY, OCT. *
Mil-
t
i
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMI'/ED"
Electric-lighted train.    Law Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets on   sale    to  ail
European  joints.
Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   California.
For frri in formal ion call on or write
C. E.1 LANG, General Agent,
���130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEREC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
Fer Tim" Tables, etc., address
He** to P.rfotm a Puiiling Trick With
a  Watch.
The bewitched watch is a trick
that proves puzzling to many people.
Borrow a watch from anj- one in
the company. Ask all your friends
to stand around in a circle. Hold
the watch to one person's car and
lav: "It is going. Is that not so?"
He will say, "Yes, that's so."
Hold it to the next person's ear
and say: "Now it is not going. Isn't
that so?" He will say, "That's so,
for I can't hear it going."
So all around the circle. One
person will find it going. The next
one will find it not going.
The trick is done by means of a
loadstone which y6u hold in one
hand. When you want the watch
to stop going transfer it to the hand
containing tlie loadstone, which will "
immediately stop the movement of
the works.
When you .want it to go take it
out of that hand and shake it gently
while doing so. It will start to go
ing again. 	
FIRE CHIEF ACQUITTED
OE INCENDIARISM
Condensed
Advertisements
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ANTED���SEWING  BY EXPEBI-
enced dressmaker.   Please ci.l
at Miss Matthews, 212 Royal ave 'ii..
Evidence Not Sufficient to comer Mcinnis street.
Convict George Raymond, tttb
of Blind River. "
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Sank Ste. Marie, Ont.. Oct. 23���The
summary   trial   of   George   Raymond, j
chief of the Fire Department at Blind
River, who was   accused   of   causing
the incendary fires there, came to an
end en a late hour last night, and accused    was    discharged.       Raymond |
elected' summary   trial   before  Magis-I
Williams on a charge of arson !
n connection with the Edwards and
King boarding houses.      He    pleaded j
not  guilty and  was defended   by  Barrister Mulligan, of Sudbury.    The case
for the prosecution was conducted by
V. McFodden, of tlie "Soo," who acted
for  the>   Crown    Attorney.       A    large
amount of evidence   was   taken   and
the trial consumed tbe whole day.
The municipality of Blind River ba 1
three secret service men in town endeavoring to locate the incendiary
fiends.   On tin- night of the Edwards ' ail
In   th
SUPPLY     HELP    OP    ALL
inds,    no    charge,    telephone
8329,   Canadian   Pacific   Employment
agency, 000 Cordova street Wri Van-.
couver,  B. C.
Voting Contest!
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES:
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
W
INTED���BY JAP SCHOOLBOY
board   and   lodging   in   return
for housework,    mornings   and   eve- ;
nings.   Write P. O. Box 296, city.
ANTED
about
tare Dail,
��� HOUSE
$is   per
News.
TO   RENT
month.    Write
W
4NTED���OFFICE  CLERK, MIST
understand shorthand and typewriting.     Apply    Schaake    Machine
Works, Front street.
W
Game of Bookbinders.
In the game of bookbinders the
leader etands in the center of a circle.   Each one holds out his hands. '-
Ealms  upward,  and  upon  them  a
ook is placed.
Tlie leader then goes around thfl   Hre   Charles   Rogers,   clerl
circle,   catching  up  the   books  in   Huronic Hotel
turn and trying with each book to \ ni��"(1 talking
strike the hands that hold it. and usins tlu"
Each one tries to withdraw his
hands before they are struck.
The 'same leader continue? until
he succeeds in striking some one's
swore
tri   two
tollowlni
he  heard  Ra;. -
unknown  men,
words: ' They
ANTED���TO    PURCHASE    FOB
cash, one lot in or close tei city.
State  lowest  price  and  full  particulars.   Owners only need apply to E. ;
l)., Dally News.
q��10 REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR
<P   Information leading to the an
conviction of the person or persons who stole carriage lamps, carriage In markel sheds last week. M.
Monk,  Front  street.
: are on our trail, we must be careful."
At the same time Raymond is .sail
j to have    referred    to    the    Edwards
'boarding house  and  the  Presbyt rian
F"1,:
offlc
UND, GOLD   BRACELET.SNAKE
oil, set with gems.    Apply .News
THIS  ELEGANT   LIBRARY  INCLUDING   126    VOL    Mri   \v  i
HANDSOME  CASE   WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGa!
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL'  IN   NEW   WESI   UNSTERga
CUEING   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   OK   VOTES   I ,  THE POL
LOWING   .MANNER :
The  merchants listed  below  will  give   with   each
chase one vote.
Tbe  contest  began   Aug.  28rd,  19u7,    and   will  clo       Jan
1908, at 7 p, bi.
A ballot box is placed In D. s. Curtis a Co's   i.
votes are to be deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge-, Society, C s,-aool
having   received   the   largest number of votes win .'
library.
Current  accounts  when  promptly paie| are entitled
Remember, votes can he secured by trading with
ed below.
Library   is  on   exhibition   at  W.   E.  Fales'  furnltun
D. S. Curtis will count the votes.
pur.
Jan 22.1.
ik, where I
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
GEO. W. VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
hands, whereupon the victim must  ohurch.   When Rogers   divulged   the
take his place. information to the police, several con-
If one's hands are withdrawn and
the   book   falls   on   the    ground
[ through a false movement on thc
part of the leader, it counts the
same.
V
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
ED. GOULET,
0. r>. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
ii
The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad  in   the  world  that  equal  in
Favorite Royal Horses.
King Edward and Queen Alexandra show their affection for their
horses in a curious way. When a
favorite dies its hoof? nre cut oil
and polished, and the horse's name
is inscribed on each hoof. These
are placed in a row in one of the
harness rooms at Sandringham. On
the wall above are photographs or
prints of the owner of the hoofs.
Their majesties have their favorite
dogs as well as their favorite horses.
Against a wall at the back of their
residence at Sandringham maj' be
seen a stone, "To the memory of
dear old Rover."
stables were put on guard.
Detective Hart, of the Thiel Secret
Service  Agency,   positively  identified i
Raymond as the man who set fire to
the    Edwards    and    King    boarding
houses.
The magistrate   stated   there   wis!
some doubt in his    mind    a
guilt of the accused and dismissed the
case, although he expressed lhe opinion that the recent fires had all been
of inceneliary origin.
There other suspects. Goovra, La-
blane and Gaudeau, were allowed
to go.
OST���A  tjOLD   FILLED   WATCH,
English   case,   finder   kindly   return to T. Qlfford's jewelry store and ,
Obtain reward.
TO    RENT ��� TWO    FURNISHED
bedrooms   near    Library,   apply
2S7 Victoria street.
IMBER LANDS���WE   DEAL   Exclusively in timber.    Have large
to the'and   small   tracts   on   water.     If   you
wish   lo  buy  or  sell,  see  me.    E.   R.
Chandler, 407   Hastings  St.,  Vancouver, 13. C.
TWO    FURNISHED
rent,  with  fireplae
LOU.MS TO
ace. Third avenue, Becond bouse from Sixth street,
Write P. O. BOX  ITU.
General Booth Begins Tour.
Chicago, Oct. i_:t���Genera] William
Bodth, head of the Salvation Army,
who has been iii here several dis.
' will start on his eastern tour today.
He has recovered his health almosl
enti rei v.
R1
KM KM UER, SIPPRELL DOES,
the neatest and cheapest work in
the rubber stamp business, also manufacturer of Uncle Bill Oil. .John
Sipprell, 116 Second street, New
Westminster.
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
(under  new   management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods, Gen.  Repairing
D.   S.   CURTIS  &  CO.
Drugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West  End  Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS  PUB. CO.
Daily   and   Weekly   News
MOREY   &  CO.
Books and  Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate   Confections,     Ice   Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES !
S.   H.  Thompson. Prop.
Present and Advise.
In this game all the children except two are seated in a row. One
-.f the two whispers in the ear of
equipment" that of "the "ch.cago7M.l~ | ����& &M, "I present you this,"
waukee & St. Paul Railway. They j naming some article, and the sec-
own and operate their own sleeping \ ond, following, whispers, "I advise
and dining cars on alll their trains and | you what  to  do  with  it,"   adding
some   usuallv   absurd   instructions.
STRAYED���BLACK    AND
year-old Heifer.    Return
\\ HI I'E
to John
Arnold, Scott road, or advise by mail.
Daily News Voting Coupon
In Library Voting Contest.
Good   for   Ten   Votes   In   Library  Voting Contest    in    favor
of
Voted   by
For one  year's subscription  paid in advance.  J4.00,  wt
200 votes; six months, $2.00. 100 votes.
give  thei'   patrons  an   excellence   of
service  n      obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
ADVERTISE IX THE DAILY XEWS.
THE   COW   WHICH   STRAYED
I a    onto .1.   Reichenbacb's   premises,
Synopsis    of   Canadian     North-Westj Eighth street, Beven we. ks ago, is not
Homestead   Regulations. ; claimed on or before Friday, the ani-
Any even numbered section eef Do-- mai will be disposed of by publicauc-
minion lands in Manitoba,  Saskatch-  tion at Kyi ton square.
__0 Tuif  mn ..nrena icA  flr_��ccinr/  on   IT.r
When all are ready they in turn tell ewan ani1 Alberta, excepting 8 and 28,
what has been given and what they jnot reserved, may be homesteaded by
are to do with it.   For example, "I latiy Person who is the sole head of a j
was given a pussy cat and advised   faniil-v. or any male over 18 years of
j age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Application   for   entry     must    be|
i made   in person   by   the  applicant  at
a Dominion Lands Agency    or   sub-
agency for the district in  which the
land is situate.   Entry by proxy may, I
however,  he  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 per-
form the homestead duties under one !
of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence!
upon   and  cultivation of  the land  in
each year for three years.
(2) A homesteader may, if he so i
desires, i>erform the required resi- |
deuce duties by living on farming;
land owned solely by him, not less'
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead.   Join
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lonie wiili refined family on trull
ranch, Terms no object if surroundings pleasant.    .Miss  11.. Xews offlce.
ADVERTISEMENTS IN
The
Daily
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BRING  BIG  RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
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Misses and Children's
Dresses
For Fall and Winter Wear in sizes from
1 to 16 years at prices varying from
75c to 8.00
The White House
Trains & Steamers | A. J. BIRTCH   -   275 Columbia Street (
C.P.R.  MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster villa, 11:36,
15:15, 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive    Xew    Westminster    10:26.
12:45, 10:.)(), 18:2b, 19:35.
Overland    express    arrives    12:46,
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.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 9:65 p. m.
ADAME DE-FAY, THE ORBA.T-
est English psychic palmist, has
decided to remain in tlie city nil this
week, and can be seen at. Room 3,
Windsor hotel, from 10 a. m. until
7  p. m. daily.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,OOO,000|
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  E. WALKER, President ALEX.  LAIRD, General Manager.
A GENERAL BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
ownership in land  will noti meet this   Lv> V*nc��uD    8&S?"aSS 4 P'm'
reauireni..i_t !     .    ��' N' R-���pORT GUICHON.
requirement, Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
ADVERTISE  IN THE  NEWS
(3) If the father (or mother, If the j arrlve (iuichon 6
father is deceased) of a homesteader
nas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely hy him, not less
than eighty (SO) acres In extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4) The term "vicinity" in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more than nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road allowances crossed in the
measurement,
(5) A homesteader intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication or
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
p.m.
Leave Guichon G ,a- m , arrive Xew
New Westminster S:.'!0 a. in.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 6.50, 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
lame hears. \, m
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St. Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  DufTerln.
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's avenue and  Sixth.
24���_.__..rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth avenue and  Fourth.
2(1���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C. P.R. Station.
42���Small and Buckland Mills.
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every facility afforded  Farmers for   their banking business.    Sales
cashed or taken for collection.
BANKING  BY  MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R DAVIDSON. Managor
OPEN  SATURDAY EVENINGS 7 30 TO 9 P.M.
Note"
Call and Examine
Our Heaters
Our Magic Heater is perfect, easily fired as
the door is in front, cast iron lined which
makes it durable, artistic in appearances and
has given satisfaction.
Our Coal Heaters equal any on the market.
As for Steel Ranges, we handle the best.
We invite inspection and comparison.
T. J. TRAPP & co.
Limited
ADVERTISE  IN  THI The Road to Success
fOR CAPITAL CITY
In All Business Enterpri
ises
Is Opened^ Through
The Advertising Columns of
The Morning Paper
The morning daily paper is first in the field for
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the clay. The thrifty housewife examins the morning paper carefully before
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News, and secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
Source of Victoria's Power
Supply Rapidly Dwindling
���Steam May be Used.
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W.  E.   F A L E' S
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
lam th.- pioneer Furniture and House  Furnishings   Dealer,   Funeral
I1 ���  ��� r and Kmbalmer, and I will sell you anything in my line cheap
: give you better value than you can get in any other place
in thi   city,   Try me.
Wall Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
Matting from 15c up. Linoleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretchers, the best made, $2.25 per set. Carpets, all grades and
prices. Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up. Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All kinds of job woj* and repairing done on shortest notice. Reason-
Ible prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving daily.
I sold the block and am still doing business in the same place
atri in the same old way.
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Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New We��tmln��ter, B.C.
H STEW ARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
j|  IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
PRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE ANU KNUINI)
WORK-
SHIP SMITH1MU, BKlUUHi and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental   Iron   Worn,   including
Keuces, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence in-
-lied.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE STREET.
-j_..r  \�� --min-t'>i- f. O. 474.
F. CRAKES
English Watchmaker
Two  doom   from   Geo. Adama, Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
.  Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,  double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Exnedltion.    All  warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc... etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.                    Thone 333  l
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LAND REGISTRY ACT,
Re lots 5 and 6, ot block 2, subdivision of parts of section 80, block r.,
north range 2,west New Westmlnstei
district. Whereas proof of thc los;
of certificate of title number 18979 n,
issued tn the name of Frederick William Smith has been filed in this
office.
N'otice is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration ot one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the aaid certificate . unless In the meantime valid
objetion be made to me ln writing.
C. 8. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land registry office. New Westmln-
j    ster, B. C, ^ept 1��. 190T.
Victoria, Oct. ri'..���Victoria is likely to in- in the dark in a tew more
nights unless rain falls. Golds! renin
lake, [rom whicn the British Columbia
Electric Railway company procures
its power, is aiiimsi exhausted, and
today Manager Lubbe, of the BsquI- ,
mall Waterworks company, notified
the British Columbia Electric Railway
company that ll had better start up
its steam plant to generate electricity in operate its cars and consume
Whal water re-mains i'.i Ibe- lake [or I
the generation of light.
Director Gifford, of the London
board of ihe railway company, is here
now. lie visited the lake-, and was
.iin ized al the rapidity with which
i lie wenl r li [ailing in No, l lalte.
N i, ~. 2 and 3 are already dry, He
Bal I thai ihe- si'nation was mosl Be
ri is, and held a meeting yesterday
with the council *>r the board e.i
rade
Mi inwhlle the  B. ('. Elei trie Rail-
i way  < ompany   ha -  decided    to rush
work on iis own planl at Shawnigan
lake.      The    Esquimau   Waterworks
company has .< contract to supply the
1 B, C, iri ctric v.eri 15,000,0 10 gallons
I daily if   necess iry,    li   had   actuall.
been taking onlj eleven or twelve million _, bul  the exceptionally dry sum-
mer resulted  in  the  lakes being al-
mosl emptied,   The Esquimau Water-
workB company has been offering the
works  iei   the   railway   tor $1,250,000,
iul ii was understood there was am-
ple water for  power generating purposes.
Timber Notices |
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District  of   New  Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet Funi,'
<>t Hammond, B, C, occupation lady, |
intends to apply tor a special timber I
license over  the following described
lands:    in New Westminster district,
conimencing at a post planted at the
north east corner of Timber Limit No.
Ulib'.',, New  Westminster  Dist., thenee
! south Sl) chains, east SO chains, north
by chains, and west SO chains, to point
j of commencement.
HARRIET FORI),
Per H. S. Ford, agent.
October 4, 1907.
2. TAKE NOTICE tnat Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special timber
license over the following described
lauds on Texada Island. Conimencing
at a post planted at the south west
corner of lot 15, thence south 80
chains east SO chains, north SO chains,
and west SO chains to point ot commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
October  4,  1907.
2. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special Timber
License over 'riv. following described
lands.
Commenc' ug st a post planted at
the south west corner of Timber Limit 9828, thence west 80 chains, north
80 chains, east 80 chains, and south
SO chains to point of commencement.
October 4, 1907.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, agent.
4. TAKE NOTICE that. Hnrrttt
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to appply for a special Timbei
License over the following described
lands on Texada Island.
Commencing at a post planted a',
the south east corner ot Timber Limit No. 9828, thence south Sl) (ShainB,
west SO chains, north SO chains, and
east 80 chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. II. Ford, agent.
October 4, 1907.
"b.    TAKE  NOTICE    that    Harriet j
Ford,  of  Hammond, occupation  lady,
intends to apply for 8 si��>cisil Timber
license  over  the  following described
lands.
Commencing al u post planted at
the south east corner of Timber Limit
No. 9S27, thenee south SO chnlns, west
80 chains, north R0 chains, and east
80 chains, to point of, commencement,
HARRIET FORD,
Por S. H.Ford, Agent. I
October 4, 1907.
C.   TAKE   NOTICE   that   Harriet j
Ford, of Hammond, B. O, occcutwtlon |
lady,  intends to  apply for a special ,
license over the  following described
lands on Texada Island.
Commencing at a post planted at
the south east corner of Tin.'ter Limit
No. 9825, thence south $0 chains, west
80 chains, north 80 chains, and east
80 chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET PORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
October 4. 1907.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company4
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Deaiera in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS^TTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
PABST   MALT
The Great Tonic
35c a Bottle or 3 for $1.00, at
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
JUST RECEIVED CARLOAD OF
RRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BROS, ltd
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or beautiful colored warm-lined Slippers. YOU SHOULD SEE
THEM. The variety is pleasing and attractive, while the prices are
suprislngly MODERATE.
Again we have just taken out of hond a very select consignment of the famous Dick Waterproof Boots. .Boys' for School Wear,
Men's for City Wear, Ladies' for Wet Weather. For' dry, warm feet
try the Dick Boot.   Only at
The Old Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia St.
J.   STEWART,   Proprietor
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 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C	
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia  Street
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60x11.1 to _i'J foot iane anel fronting on a 66 foot street, close to
t.oih Vancouver and Westminster city car lines: al! slashed; goo I
rich soil; graded streets. Price $200 each; terms $25 cash, balance
$10 per month. These are the only lots left in this district at anything like  the3* prices.
It never gets damp or lumpy.
Each crystal dry, full ot salt-life.
That's why particular people use
WINDSOR SALT.
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JOINT CONFERENCE
Woodbine Will Be Sold.
Toronto, Ont., Oct. 23. -The Ontario
Jockey mb has   bought   the   Auburn
farm of IN  acres   on   the   Kingston
Road, near   the   hatf-waj   hott���,   tor
tlv     The idea is to use it  for a
race track iu the u��>ar future, selling
the present Woodbine premises now
in use, which were purchased last
spring for   $150,      The Woodbine
,would sell today for $200,000 if cut up
I into building lots.
Many Delegates in Attendance at Congregational
and R. E, Church Meetings
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-
HRE 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
510 Richards St.,
Phone 2125
TOTAL    $67,085,491
Further comment is surely not neces sary.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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PAPERS
YY/E are opening
" another shipment of the Eaton-
Hurlburt Papeteries
High class goods.
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BOOKSELLERS        SHTIOKIS        NEWS DEALERS
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, anel of which the committee of
award wrote, that the Monarch was given the' highest award on the fir.it
ballot, and if there had heen any higher prize offered the .Monarch ttanga
would have received It.
HIGH   PRAISE   INDEED.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
AGENTS
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal iii stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
IT'S FINE!!
SKATING
AT
Imperial Roller
Rink
ENGLISH   BAY
Every Week Day.     Music
Afternoon and Evening
'Phone 3465
Pickard
China
JUST   RECEIVED   DIRECT FROM
STUDIO,     CHICAGO,    OUR FIRST
SHIPMENT     OF    PICKARD HAND
PAINTED CHINA.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
The  third   annual  joint  conference
ot  the  Congregational  and Reformed j
Episcopal churches of British Colum- i
bia   opened   in   St.   Paul's   Reformed
Episcopal church yesterday afternoon !
at 1 o'clock, with a fairly representa- j
tive   delegation   in   attendant*.     Tae '
afternoon session was taken up with
the   business  reception,    registration
and  the organization of committees,
and last evening some very instructing and interesting addresses were delivered by prominent divines.
The ������ ega es in attendance a: the
conference are:
Rev.   A.   deB.   Owen   (pastor  of St.
Paul's., Mrs   c   Warwick anl Mrs. L.
Thornber,  -Miss Annie L. Gilley, Nev'
Westminster; Rev. H. A. Carson, First j
Congregational church, Victoria;  Rev. j
John Reid and Herbert Dodgson, Victoria;   Rev.   Merton   Smith,    W,    ...
Donee, S. B. McCallum, A. C. Houn- I
sell, L. S. Powell. .Mrs. \V. Cowd troy, j
D. M, Duke, Mrs. J. W. McLeod, -Mrs.
A.  E.   Macftirlane,   f.Mistjl  K   Yiountf,
and  -Miss  M  Vcung,     Knox    church, !
Vancouver;   Rev.   J.   Simpson.     John
Love,    C.    McLachlan,   Mrs. j.    B.
Ralne, Mrs. A. Saunders, Mrs. ('. Xes-
bit   Johnson,   Mrs. A.   Woed.   Mrs.  B.
Allen, Mis. R, A. Leonard, W. Dalton, J
and   Miss  J.  Saunders, First  Congre-
gational church. Vancouver.
The Rev. Dr. M. L. Rugg delivered
ein address of welcome last evening as
president of the New Westminster
ministerial association, commenting j
learnedly on the importance of the
object of their meeting. He was followed by Rev. H. A. Carson chairman,
who delivered a short but interesting
address. The address of the evening
was delivered by Rev. T. W. Glad-
ston, of Victoria, mi the subject, "Tb';.
Holy Spirit," and he was followed by
the Rev. J. a. Fraser, of Oakland,California who. in the absence of the
Rev. J. s. Henderson, who was bill d
to speak, gave a very interesting talk
on the Holy Spirit as an every .lay '
help.
The conference will open again at
I" o'clock this morning and will continue until thia evening. The Rev. J.
8, Henderson will open this mdrning
with an address on the subject, "The j
Holy Spirit ln the Old Testament,"
ihen will come an address by the R��v.
VV. ll. Barraclough of Queen's Avenue
Methodist church. Other speakers
will be, Rev. John Simpson, Vancouver; Rev. Merton Smith, Vancouver; !
Rev, John Reid, Rev. A. deB. Own.
Rev, W. Taylor, Rev. W. 0, Walk, of
Bellingham, Rev. H. A. Carson and
Rev. W. H. Mason.
Following i.s the complete program;
Thursday,  October 24.
In a. m. Address by Rev. J, S. Henderson, "The Holy Spirit in the O. T."
10:20 a. m. "The Outpouring of the
Spirit at Pentecost," by Rev. W. H.
Barraclough.
10:40 a. m. "The Spirit Convincing
of Sin," Rev. John Simpson.
11 a. m. Fellowship meeting, led
by Rev, Merton Smith.
11:30a.m. Communion. Rev. John
Reid, sr.
3 p. m. "The Filling of the Spirit,"
by  Rev.  W. Taylor.
3:20 p. m. "The Spirit, in Missions," Rev. A. deB. Owen.
3:40 p. rn. "The Temple of. the'
Spirit," Rev. W. O. Wark.
I   p,  in.    Business.
il p. in.    Dinner.
7::i0 p. ni.    Devotional.
8 p. m. "The Fruit of the Spirit,"
by Rev. N. O. Carson.
8:30 p. m. "Last Call of the Spirit,"
Rev. W. H. Mason.
| Electric Railway Service
Interurban   Line.
Cars  for Vancouver and    way
stations will run every half-
hour from 6:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a.  m- ',',
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mhiutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service hair-hourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
;; British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Pocket
Knives
See  our   line   of  this
celebrated make of En-
lish Cutlery
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price Is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price- On
this basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell- Our first aim is to supply
our trade with dejiendable
goods; our second 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 Py-
rography work for Xmas presents.
Plenty   of
WOOD  TO   BURN
-AT-
MOREVS
217-219 Columbia St.
Chiiliwack  Special
...IMPROVED FARM...
90 acres, 70 acres cleared and under cultivation, or in  meadow;   the
remaining 20 acres in alder bottom land; good house (nearly new); large
barn, etc.; situated 2V& miles from to  wn on first clasH road.   The land produced .1% tons of hay per acre this   i.vear and other crops in proportion.
THIS  SPEAKS  FOR   IT8ELF.
Price $9500.00 Easy Terms
^c^SS^S
***,
Stylish
Materials
So many customers are inquiring   for   Warm   Cloths,
and Children's Coats, that thH announcement  of suitable
will prove most welcome.   Ask to see these lines,
HEAVY  BLANKET   COATING, in   Cream  ami  Ce
���.vile;  per yard $1.50 to	
HEAVY   SERGE COATING, also     shown     in   <
Xavy;   per yard $1.00 to	
STRIPED COATINGS, in heavy  weights,   the   popular
season;   per yard   	
plain freize coating shown in cardinal, navy, _.
per yard $l..V�� to	
BEAVER CLOTHS, in fine finish  and  heavy   weighi
fawn,  navy, black;   jeer yard $l.T."i to  	
BEARSKIN  COATING,  in  cream, a cloth which is well ,
splendid wearing and washing Qdahtles; per yard J.':1'
J2.2.
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$200
$2.00
'A;.
it,
$3 75
All Descriptions of Coat
Trimmings
WHITE   BEARSKIN   TRIMMINGS, in  two widths,  pei 25c, 30c.
WHITE   AND  COLORED   SWANSDOWN, 3 widths, per .        35c. joc
COLORED   PLUSH   TRIMMING, all colors to match our pla
P��r yard    10c
WHITE  WOOL TRIMMING, per  yar,!   rile   to            39-
FUR TRIMMINGS, in hare, sable,    squirrel,    chinchilla,   etc     per
van! 36c to     $2.00
It May Rain Soon
It is more than likely that it will rain soon, so you will ne- 1 a new
Umbrella
A new assortment just received with gold, silver, anil gun metal
handles, also new shapes ln the ever popular wood and horn
handles,
WOMEN'S     UMBRELLAS,   from, each, $1.00 to   $10.00
MEN'S   UMBRELLAS  in  all   sizes, , ach, $1.00 to      $7.50
MEN'S  SELF-OPENERS, each $1.26   to          $2.50
CHILDe.-N'S SMALL SIZE SCHOOL UMBRELLAS, jusi
size, tor an.v sized boy or gi: 1.'    each    75c
Blarney Knitting
Wools
Some years ago we kept in stock this well known make   ol Knitting yarns, but for some reason or another we gradually drifted
trom keeping them.    During the   few   years   that   we   wen
these wools we experienced a Mg call for them by our custoi
anel   the  reason was always given the same��� that it was the
wool  to wear that they had ever  useel.
We found we could not do wlthoui Bucfa satisfaction giving wool
a.; this and for this yea:- we have imported a large stock. Thi come
in heather mixtures, ingrain colors, naturals, greys and black and
whites, for knitting purposes, also all colors in mending wools.
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
LEADERS IN  MILLINERY.
247 Columbia Street, - ��� New Westminster
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I   p. S���TRUNKS AND VALISES. CASH  CLOTHIERS
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 118. office, Eighth Street,
NEW  WESTMINSTER.   B   C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
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Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to W
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