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 kite, Shiles & Co.
tw WESTMJNSTE^i��
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%      iMlt, Shiles & Co
RJ��AL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone ^5
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g# NUMBER 220.
ililY   SCOTTISH fARMERS
lume
.TIII^TC
NKV ���,   b.   C,   TUESDAY SEPTEMBER S, 1908.
Fi , ' ''    ,  .*rS PER COPY.
WIN fROU the leak
mePl,      i i.l 'curing Rain
reven1        unpionsfrom
5 Form Yesterday.
.ready
HEADING THIS WAV
Invitation Extended to Agriculturists to Spend Four
or Five Days Here.
CENTM park exhibition lie ASSIGNMENTS      FOOTBALL RESULTS      WESTMINSTERS Win
TU BE JU NEXT WEEK I   m mm mm    ,N mn yANCOyV[R    mm m TROPHY
Annual   F?        f   F        ching     District
o: rain during
, I  the gam. ,
sodden from the,
morning,   We, tmlnster
, ; showing their bril-
���,.. iiuuuii   ;i     I ������' kton    Point,
.   alnsi     the
i he borne    team,   de-
��� minus    ot
.md   numbering
neu    the    Ravi j e    and
en oi rank, yet
... .;, '   l��� fore   8   small
..., :        without
id Do igh. . _>. ring went
it I onl..,.., to exjM ctatlon,
took   his   accustomed
Leal    were so hard  put
:..,' it was some time be-
twelvi  ie ti could i.e found to don
��� .   rs, and when they at
I      lok the held, the boys had all
see   ol an   Intermediate
Ich. when measured up against the
rr.   Latham led off the scoring.
IS it In some useful work,
home judiciously, and Ed.
ley waa bombarded with snots at
I which b. stopped time and .again,
[first bit oi passing was f.otn
h.. Glfl rd to Tom Rennie, who
. . ex Turnbull, but Bryson,
. unable to acconip-
lanythl       \ good -hot l'lvnn "Dad"
hbiill glanced oft the goalkeeper's
wus lucky to save. Very
li  ..,���.,:.    Dad" sent in a
. v ited well.   Tho Sal-
��� '.;" i  well an i    care-
th little ol   the   bTllliant
|i ; marks their play when
: tin  .. opositlon.     Graj
i.i hing to do, the Leafs
anning well, . specially
Knight.    Although
��� me was nothing like
|- rds   1 ecame   slipping
in   day, and it was
good  judgment    in
Rennie put in some
ins.   A    pass    i,aek
aabled    nlm    to    net
ng rush to the othi i
,   i a ..oil  senl   Crookall
- be    quart, r,   �� bl< i
in    fairlj     decent
kthet ,. reafter    the      :"; m
I. .       ,..l.    Iltl 1    ..oil
tin   iwlsh of water
... ,i abi .'.   in    tne
��� ��� lei  anothei   fell  with
bail.    VI   one time Graj   had  su
thai Tommy Gifford was
home    Plaj  waa quite
f              ��� lug not a   Ingle penalty
Prdf*'!-   '        dth without  his con-
fcuoas red hat, worn bj  J. Gifford
: an,I everywhere.    All
Mayor Rear;    received    intimation
on Saturday   t hat the commission  oi
Scottish agriculturalists Who nan-
been visiting the principal centra of
the Dominion, ana who are under 'he
.in, ctlon oi I',;, commis: loni r of lm-i
migration al Winnipeg will arrive In
he city on l ii 1. laj. Sept. i.. i b
are in ch ai gi  of r,l.ike Robei ��� on.
Mayor  Bethune, oi   Vancouver,
!,,, ii   Informed   that   the   commission
will  reach the coasl  on Sept.  14, so
that   the request   whicb  Mayor Keary
makes In the accompanying met
ma}  pei na, b be complied with,
His worship on receipt of the intimation sent tii" toll   wins wire: "Co.
W,
I ral  I
bu
, hursday
��� ��� ��� .,.   C ii-
. lai Ion are
i in.-i, ���    tor
.. liieh  will he
Carl ing in Rome Westminster Failed to An- Fairview Intermediates Were
(. iasticHead-     nex   Carter - Cotton   Cup     Easy for Local Team at
qiiarters to Vancouver. After Game Fight. .Mission Celebration.
held oi if Ida .  o   next
weel .   thai   this
surpass all
Centi . tkini   rapid , '"
fears and
e Briti.-b Co-
���   . .        as
con .....  ,.i   the football tourna-
and at North    Vancouver    fo
of American q ated 1 Ion   F.  C.  Ct
beld                                  Vives    Tuto, erday afternoon   was   .
I                             ...    [, Cai lochionl, compel Ing:
Segn$ anfl  Marttl         re  prebenl lonals   	
ininst, . ���   	
.-. I i le>   .
lO   ' le
liiniiiia   >'.'*\m	
made ��� i ��� -     retui n from I
Van. ou ..  -���',', st minst* r and
will run     ��� .            on   iOth   lays
A   tho i mod        poultrj house
im..   been < ���      a thi   grounds  for
ii.i larttl re pre enl    at
;..!������  ,:.        ..     wa    presid   . ovei
;.y   ( /,   Una! ...
a i.e ii li was
. lm. . .      ��� .        ,    ���  .    the co
....   i    .      eo.
rtlj   beca
.    .       \. :,:,.,,    the    ticki I    ol
cand ne d, the cong
[tion     . ik    Archbishop
,.,.,.  hai    ie ���������  candidates pro
ties
rrr:;';:...:.;^,i,,<-:,;.,;:.;..  ;.���:._..������   ���  ���--_-.__
to  meel   delegation   Scottish  agricul-
and ll is ex .. cte 1 thai this will result
in a large nun ������   of ��� xhtbit-. Premier
turallsts.    If possible kindly arrange]111
that thej  can spend four or Ave days ^Bride wil- ' v     '",',; on imcl
With  us,  for  we Will be    pleased    to I ^ number of prominent men. in. 1 .ding
archbishops of the t nlted States. Thi
appolatun ..' ��� the Re.. Dr. Muldoon,
, f ctiii ag. I  ���   post  of Bishop of
ia cr. mi I  ..     played    on
...     Ion     eatei day
. . ,.,.  ,     the    Westminster    inter
rnedi  i     ��� defeated t be  V incou-
,;,,..��� .   the  ili'ci
..    n ln       i oil'    thereby w Inning the
;  cup pui up as a trophj   by the Hud
son's Ba;  compan;      i be i up maj  I e
Vancouver   "  i:,'w "' i"-'r"-""'>. or may be played
i   :-.    if iin   '   m. ���    a next ;	
ninsters    i '
,,  .,  ,-, ,���  iratlon   be  held al     thai    , Itj.
rocks   u
, . .,   v..   tmlnster  having    volunteered    to
-   -
o  def. nd it again n, tlru event.
 u
;;       Uthough   ti.,-   Fairview   team    was
,,  reinforced   by   Burns,     Burnetl     and
ninsters   "
Crosby  of  the V. A,  C,  Johnston ot
roltii-'v   were   ileelai'iH    v. II,:,'
Celtics   weie   i.    a, ^    y    M    c    .     and   Foo(.e   |f   tie
'   'r��l,h-v- tiotint Pleasant team, the Royal City
. si _._ me ot the afternoon was , , .        .   ,
1 B*-""e ol    e ���.       I hoys   had  everything  their own  way
,     .. i   the   Rovers  and  tne    bhajn- aa**\\**********************m
Mm,,.   Ke:
will bi   pi' sent.
Ih ci
i : ������
show them the finest agricultural district  in the Dominion."
He has written to j. a. Paterson,
reeve of Delta, asking him to meet the
party at Ladner, and to arrange tor
tho visitor., to be shown round, promising to let the reive know bei .
hand details u�� the excursion.
Th,- visit W L'.'.lu'-'' promises to be
an Important one. as there are a
nuni.er  I   ymiii^-   I esnien    in    tllj 	
Delta, and    the    commissioners    will]   ..        ^H
bave an opportunity oi Imlglrtg 0{ tbe .
oountrj   tor settlement   by their peo-      Los   Ingeles, Sept. ',. -fiiliy  I ���
pie. ��� defeated  young  Stanlej   Ketchell    by
Tlie  Commission  numbers    twenty-  knocking   him   ou;    In    the   twelfth
two as f.-llows:    Messrs. William liar-j round of a twenty-five round battle for
"Rock
prove 1.
Thi
I   1
was
. ���   mously    ap-
Ktittttu ii,.tn,ii-ii Oui
ATlNDUFmiFlHBUliND
B.ll   Papke   Had   Best of Battle    With
Bigger   Opponent���Floored   the
Loser in  First Round.
I from  Vi.
ti in   al-o   advised   the
th    C madlan
vince    of    Victoria
to  Vancouver, appoint-
in-.; Right   Rev,    Austin    Doiitenwill.
ish. '���   'minster, as arch-
bishop nf \ *.. . in succession to
Archb ,. 0 th, resigned, and appointing lh. Verj Rev. Alexander
McDon Id ��� neral of Antigonish,
p of Victoria.
hw,  M.A.. J.P.;   William 11...ce,  B.Sc .
.1.  McHutchen  Dobble, J.P.;    James
Dunlop, G. oi ge A, Fergus ... .11'; Ian
A.   Forsyth, R. Shlrra-Glbb, M. B. C.
M ; R. lt. Grelg, K a 8.B.; W. Hen
derson, J.P.: .1.    M.    Hodge,    Harry
Hope.   J.   P.;    .lames   Johnson.   .1.   I'.;
.lames Keith, Angus Mackintosh, J.P.;
Carlaw    Martin,    LL.D.;    Edward   E.
Moirison. M. V; A, M. 1'iain. .1.1'. . Sii
.lohn  R.  G. Sinclair, Bart., D.S.O.:
.lohn Speir,  David  A.  Spenc
Wilkie, J.P., and  R.   Patrick
F.R.S.E.
CARDINAL NOT TO BE
RECEiVLD   BV  THE   KING
.; . ivi ighl    i ii a; lonBh'.p    here '
this    afti i uoou.    1' ipke    Corci l
fighting i rom the start, and had ev
111     .... n   way   .in.il   the     I'm sh.
. i ��� ... ,1 ln the first. This
early  revei it    ��� ��� med to take all   the
md out o I bim and he fell an < aay
victim to Papke's superiority. Ketchell
wa - a  favi   it.   ... two to one,    con-
li   a ih    uongj being ; lai i d,
Before I be men entei        th.
��� Ketchi 11 " . , ��� ,,;. I. nl  of winning
1 ha   ii" .. i  liclj   itati ,1 that he would
,' .1   ia. I,  the    middleweight    cham-
! piouship title to Papke after the fight,
. lng  hi ��� intention  to    enter
h e 1 iss.
SHtNlill.ill.ll UU IS
IK IIIS W__ RM HOME
i -.'hen   the  Irishmen   were    de-
.. one goal to nil.    Play waa
��� ven    throughout    the    entire
gi ,���    be Westminsters having if any-
est   ol the argument,    lt
looked as  If it  would end    in   a no
>     ���    cont. it,  no  tally  having    been
in.ele until about one  minute    before
when Reid netted the ball on a
,-������ -. who had brought it
down almo-ii  the whole length of the
a.
MacGowan,    ihe     husky     lacrosse
ier who made his fust appearance
on the football held jester,lay  afternoon, and  who    impressed    all    who
watched  bim   favorably,    scored   the
from start to "finish The sloppy
grounds made it difficult to preserve
any kind of a combination and also
Inti rfered with speed work, both the
teams being at. a disadvantage on this
apcount. Fortunately for the players
and spectators, no rain fell during the
progress of the game, the sun shining
brightly during the time of play.
The Teams.
Following was the lineup of the
teams: Westminster���Munn. goal,
Peele, point. Marshall, cover point,
Galbralth, Mannering, W. Warwick.
defence, Lund, centre, E. Warwick,
Coutts, Henry, home. Spring outside.
Swanson,     inside.       Fairview.     Mc-
.ILVIICU       Llllli       aa. , a., aaa.-.. ,
tirst goal against the Nationals, credit! Donald,   goal.   Burns,   point,  Burnett,
for the other two scores being given cover   pojjit,   Davidson,   MeLean   Me
to
Havea and  Craig,    in ihis    game,   E   ..... detence, Foote, centre, Kendal,
by
the
London, Sept. 7. King Edward
nas arranged to spend the week at
i oncastei, w bere a . ace meeting Is
eing held. Hla majesty thus vetoe
the report that he will r. celve Cardin
al Vincent Vannuttelll, papal delegate io the i-.ui bail, lie congress now
assembling at Westminster, which so
alarmed the militant Protestants composing the Protestant federation, The
tbe j federation  requested  the king to a
YOUTH   GOES  UP   IN
BALLOON   ON   DARE
7. -Accepting
woman,    Fred
Vancouver Boy Carried Away to South
Ar*   ca three Years Ago  Soon
to  Return to  His Parents.
Fran -'���   t. i    Samue   Dawe
a   ;, , ;:, il , i 11   known  faiul Ij   of
Vancouver, 1.   C, who was shauga ed
on board th.   iat I   Castor an i cart led
to the ni-rat.     orts on    the    South
Am. riean  I oasl   when  he  wa-  onlj   I
.-��� i i s old and foi the last three years
bas had a   varied expei lenc.   on
. .,,'   vessi la   , ��� uislng   In   Hie
��� a-, is to tffe restored to bis hom.. H.
reached   this   port,  several   days   ago
on the bark Irmgard, from  Hon .lulu
and   today   Captain   Christiansen, ol
that vessel, put him aboard the steam
er  President,  which   will   carry
Lack to Vancouver.
San   JOB. .   Cal.,  Se|
,   ,!,,,���,.   Iro.ii       young^^^^^^^^
ai&gsit the 18-year-old son of a arnne
. incher, yesterdaj    made    a    daring
and unheralded aeronautic ascent that
: ':'11-:' h:^ZV7T^St Brooks, pastor of the Figueroa street
���* "7" ;':,.:���.hut,   expert, cut   Baptist church, will  face an ecolesi
the professional parachute e       x^  tlilll Tl..,r_,_la>- nklu   to settle
Baptist  Minister Ignores Hell
l.o_  Angeles,  Sept.  7. ���Rev.   E
I bere and  everywhere.     All    the I federation   requesLeo   ���������.��   *"  "- ,,.llt  loos,,   trom   m-     ���*���"'���"-       " " fl      ��� ,,u standing as a preacher
,���.,._ .,.-.-..��-- '"':-:f,;r.:r:;      ;/..,'.;:;;,::_:.;:::.:;.,.,;,, , �� -
,r .he bat, ..um      - (wWch havfi k)ng    BmoWered    In    the
focus    yesti rday,
well   together   as    ever,    while J not   be  received,   pqlnUng    out    that
did good work tor the ancient   Law forbidding the entrj    , heigh|   , 6 , ���..,
lf �� naual legate into England has nol      VVarring cut loose    with   his pai a   .,..,>,n  -a.,,. straiehtfor.
'     PaPRI ' -'"��� , ,,, , , , .,-,,��� f,,,,t  aI1,i   a, .en  ibe pastor made a  straignuoi
been    abrogated.    In    nub    to    the lhute ,t an elevaUon o  2 Wet and     ben ue>* accusations
,..���������;���������, request   semi-official   an-|���,���h BlMHrl as u, solitary passenger,, ward statunent
nouncement   of   hi>
I inna wa i made.
I
isitur...    Liefore thc  end  of  the
th.     9 ,in,on   Bellies
, and    aftei wards
...nn- *
��� ,.   ,, a i seen somn
Rennies t.i   the
a ind    Graj   w as
:a the game    from
Ma,.i,   Leafs were
;, i .in  up a good at
ii,   i    did also the
. an dl i hard work In
the i Lampions
iin   ol their Minto cup
, tn tl i ,,; the home goal,
.ut up a  sterling defence, j Spring ���   10.50)
.... li of just catching
.tick, anil sending it.
'" i   '���   net.   Confident of victory
e visitors were sure of their ground
-.ml  never  needed  to
two   goals   were   di. allowed,   one
��� ������������..���   len and one bj .'arse.
In the opinion of a majority ot thi
spectators    present,   the Wtsoain���,.���'
u,"ti  played tin-  lies    game- seen  during  the afternoon, but  the  boy.  fell
down in  the last  half of- ihe   .mime
ig ins'   the  Celtics, tne  heavy  going
pu the wel   ground proving too much
after   having   already    played    two
strenuous games.   Two or three ofthe
Rovers  bad  suffered Injuries in    the
earlier g.'.n.i's.    and    for this    reason
were no. in tbe l"-.t ot shape.   Craig
South|liuiped a out i,. the lasl -nue, having
hun bis le gin the   previous   match,
in i some of the other players showed
signs of weakening, consequent upon
.h    hard  pa, e set  them in the game
. i    the    Shamrocks.    While  all
thi- Hovers  played    a sterling    game.
Bruce and  Hayes showed to advantage, combining speed and science   in
line style.
The following formed the Westmin
Ster team: Davidson, goal; Clarke, j
Kirby, full backs; Bruce, Watson.
Cars,', half hacks; Hayes. Craig.
Reel, MacGowan, Lumsden, forward-.
The committee is highly satisfle.il
With the showing, believing that but
for the Injuries to l.uinsdin and Craig,
the cup would have been brought]
home
hlm
H
Cro lacey,   home   Sumner,    out
side Johnston, Inside,    Referee, J, i.
Keary, judge of play, David-,-
Penalties
Burns and Swanson, '���', min.. Spiing,
- ii.it.., :,.. Crosby, ���' min. Burnett, 4.
min.
Quite a number of enthusiasts accompanied the Westminster team to
Mission. That the winners were strong
favorites With the people of the little
town was plainly seen hy the reception accorded to the teams when they
stepped oui on the field, the future
Salmon Bellies receiving a greal avo-
tion.
Football.
f'oiliiitluiii won  ihe football    match
irom  Port  Hammond  with a score of
three to one.    Although defeated, the
boys from Hammond put up a strong
tight, the game being evenly contested.
The keen   interest   with    which    this
game  was  followed    by    the    crowd
crowd plainly showed the hold which
the winter game    is    taking on   the
country   people  ai   the  present  time,
advice lo the players being volunteered  from all parts of the field.    As In
of  the   lacrosse  game     the
��� ml-oftlcial   an-1,,,.  Biaggi
majesty's  racing
In
the
,  ,        drifted 0Ver the hills of against  bim and demanded    an    ec-
grange until  it   was almost, cl, dastical trial. The principal charge
th
ease
lo.-l
���
His   v -������'������   prevented
0     ���;,,    _a,-  and  at
,,,.,     Up  I"
,,.,! tatting
I  list
am ll.
14.00),
hauiplou form, piaj
a tne  mudlark type.
The  Summary.
quarter    \. eslniinsti r,    Lath
10), a. Turnbull lUVi), Latham
Latham 13.25);  Maple   Le&fs,
_____MUlC I   '    '   ���  ^^^^-^HM
of suspense    tor   his
turned  to town
land. ':li:11'y*
formulated agalnsl  the clergyman    la|
that he preaches modern doctrines of
his  denomination,  and fails   to   mak.
"Hell fire and da.una
having   ; , anil.ent   thl
I tlon" creed.
Ha
iii,. ��tart,
Crookall   10.80).
Second     quarter Westminster,
Latham    (3.50),   ���*���
Turnbull   (4.32).
Third quarter���Westminster, Len
Turnbull (1.30); Maple Leafs, Crookall t7.."*0��.
W'est minster.    i-+��
Attell and Moran Fight
Twenty-three Rounds to Draw
MUm PK_Mi.E. GREAT
ATTRACTION TO UNIONISTS
Big  Turn   Out  of Workers    Will    Be
Seen at  Eagles'  Ha'l Tonight���
To Help Congress Delegate.
\****>*>*>*>*> + i,*>*r*>*>*>*>
**
Fourth quarter
Maple Leafs. Palntei
JIU JITSU.
All
.veiling on a mat tor
i'll"",   -:.>.!.   minutes  in  nn al-
1 Jin jitsu
,: .ink.
tertl
the
yes-
match   at
Vancouver,
Ky evening,   Leopold Mac-
���'���<��������� Prof. Kanada w ere
D "    I to quit by the referee.
: .-. a.iv dtssat-
H'"''> with the exhibition pui
'���' the two exponents of the
Turnbull 11 .''Ol
(9.45).
No penalties.
The Teams.
A.Gray   Goal Kd   WJJ
C. Galbralth....Potot^...^--
T. Gifford..Cover Point..A   ��'
,1    Gifford..-. 1st  Defence.
2nd Defenc
Snell
Frost
san Francisco, Sept. 7,-Abe Attell,
,, .��������������� featherweight lighter of the
tt,or]d) and owen Moran. a British as-
))irnnr for -he title, fought twenty-
thTee rounds to a draw in Cofforth's
tfl8Blon street arena this afternoon
before an immense crowd of sports.
The betting favored the little Jew,
,.iaging   from
Then
heavy rain of the morning interfered
considerably with the. speed and passing of the players, several poor plays
being   seen   as   a result of Insecure
footing.
The Dewdney Cup.
After the sports were over, an announcement was made by William
Manson, M.L..V for Dewdney, that he
wqnld donate a cup to be conipi ted-for
-,, il football teams in the B. C.
league, Conditions governing the
playing of matches for this tropuy,
which will be know, as the Dewdney
eup. will he made later.
_ii
Asiatic ....clusioriists of Vancouver
ou Saturday evening celebrated the
first, annual anniversary of the riot of
satisfaction, declaring that they were
entitled  to the    victory.    Moran    remarked  to the    newspaper men:    "1
should have been awarded the title. 1
forced the fighting nearly all the time,
and had him going In several rounds.
He shows more signs of the contest
than I do.    There is not a mark on
me.   I should have been given the de-
10 to 6% to 10 to 8. cislon."
was considerable Moran money      Attell  said:    "You    fellows    know
ke(]       a(  ln(. ringside that I should have won.    I had    the
l��The fighters fought hard from start  best of the light nearly all along, and
I", ll.-" .,,._._>   I .at-��� 1.       Ia_.       1.1.       ..... .._--._.!       tlmA-t 1,IS
last September which startled the
world on the Oriental question. The
liollce forbade the    exclusionlsts    on
i
"�����������
������"' of i, igher wrest-
*���������������������������
O. Renni
0. Spring  ��� ���
C. P. Latham
1. Wlntemute
A. TiirnbuU
. .Centre  ���������
.3rd Home
.2nd Home.
ist Home
T    Rennie __.,,ith       The liuliiers ujukmi. ," -^^^^^^^^^^^^h,, ...
ft* Defence..Stan ^��""        " J" lhPll the other|alt.h0uW he hit me several times, his
F, painter ,0 finish fll. ��w��J�� n0  Ume|biowi lacked sting.    I an, not a bit
K. Knight   ^vlng   the   ���> < <*u*- *V ,      wlth. hm.t  ���     ,    wl��� fwj, the eflect8 ot the
P00kall | did one man ��"��&*�� ^t: hU,ws I landed for a while to come. It
��Ut,a!rhim   "it was about the most��� certainly was my flght."
f.., le seen In the Gateway City!    -nterest. In the flght was    so keen
even ' that several free fights took place in
for many a flay^     ^   ^^   an- the arena, hackers of the little Wows
JZa hi- -JW4H-I-- a drBW' blhilnd��,Rl"f .!n.btow8...whe.n   ,a"    Md
The attendance at the smoker of
the trades and labor council this
evening promise's to be huge, the com-
modloui Eagles' hall having been secured, and at. least 20U will be present.
The object of the smoker is to rais*.      m	
im-nis of, defraying the expenses of a j Saturday to hold a parade, so that,
delegate to the trades and labor con-j the demonstration was a tame affair,
gross at Halifax mis month. Thei-piie. absence of a display of banners
selected delegate, R, A. Stoney, will j took away all the glory. The meeting
leave on Saturday, and hopes to ar- j was held in the auditorium of the city
rive by Sept. 20 in time for the open- hall. A dozen policemen in uniform
lng of ihe congress. �� were present to prevent any demon-
Amid  smoke  and  harmony  a jolly, sttaHons.
lime is to  be spent under the chair-! ���r~r~.        ���-
manshlp of the president, J. J.  Ran-   ................
ilolph.   and   each   chairman   of   thet ^ ^^^^^^^
i;. Gunn
Laidla-��
L. Turnbull..Inside Horn
j. Bryson..Outside Home..Lsn
Referee���.1. Reynolds.
Tudw ot play-Bob Cbeyne.
res-Barlow CWbraWl ami
���n,ons  will  be asked  to    share    the #    Yesterday's Eastern Lacrosse
I'm pit
Ilarron.
..latt'oriii  with the president
\mong the items wlll be Scottish
reeis iv A. Matthews and W. W��-
,lRmfl and ptanblorte solos by William
pryer who will also accompany. Other
Instrumentalists will attend. All are
roriliall.   welcome..!  to join the union-
Tecumsehs
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
TIIE.-:
���^ptEMber
ju^a.w.j^.'^.,,..��..',..''",^-"'.''--''-','--''--;''-',"'':;';-'V.':;
77iis /s Afy SOf/i Birthday
I i Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
SI for Sale -:��� ToRcnt -:- Etc.
'::"   *    ������ -��� ��� <:.*���>.**���* .��,.'w._."���ii..���_,,, ,. ., ��� ,,
Sales of Lands for Delinquent Taxes hTjj|
Municipality of Burnaby, Province of B. fc
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Gen.   Joshua    L.   Chamberlain.
Gen, Joshua L. Chemberiain, who was In command of the division
which officially received the surrender of General Lee's army, was
born in Brewer, Me., Sept. 8, 1828. He was graduated from Bowdoin
college, afterward tilling the chair of logic and belles lettres at that
institution. He resigned his position at the breaking out of the civil
war. going to the front as major of the 16th Maine Infantry. He was
made a colonel at the battle of Gettysburg, was wounded six times,
ami at the close of the war was ,a major-general. After the war he
became known throughout the country as a lecturer. The two lectures which brought him into prominence were entitled "Lee's Sur-
render" and "The Defence of Little Round Top." He was three times
elected governor of Maine at atime when but two terms were usually
given to one man. He was elected president of Bowdoin college, and
held that positionuntil 1880, when he resigned. He has since served
as surveyor of the port of Portland.
���jc
LOST���Between Sixth avenue and
Timberland, lady's brown leatbet
hand bay, containing purse, gold
watch and chain, etc. Finder will
he rewarded by returning to Miss
Conner,  Post Office.
1 Charles Thomas Saunders, Collector of th'
Municipality of the Town .hip or I
i manes  i nomas Saunders, Collect,.'.'". i" .*         .���,���.., ..       ,     , OUlnaby   _
give ...Mice pursuant to the Municipal Clauses Act, U , and amentae.its   ,reto tha, .
t September, A.D. 1908, a   the hour ot two o'clock in the al ernoon a   the Mumcipa. *<j
Burnaby, B. C, I shall offer to   sale a. Public Auction the lands and real , .,,,,, 0   th, m ., ���
after set out for the delinquent taxes um ild  0 **��� ����" ^.��nS <m!     *\   ,,ilf :"  " , , ^
interest, costs and expenses Including the Collector's commission ol 6 pei cent, an I -
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Water Supply of Lower
Mainland Pressing Matter
South Vancouver Proposes  to  Spend  Three  Hundred
Thousand Dollars on Water From Seymour Creek
���Joint Meeting of Municipalities in
Vancouver Called  for
Tomorrow.
A very important meeting of th..
neighboring municipalities will be
that held in the City hall, Vancouver,
tomorrow with reference to the water
supply of the districts of South Vancouver, Richmond, Point Grey and
Burnaby. Not only is it important
to the municipalities, but to the cities
of N'ew Westminster, and Vancouver.
Aid. Shiles, chairman of lhe water
committee, aud Superintendent of
Waterworks Stott will represent <Jitj
city.
In connection with the joint meeting is the by-law vote in South Vancouver on Saturday, which seeks to
raise $300,000 for waterworks purposes, This municipality has a re I
of 300 miners inches on Seymour
creek, which is equal ro 4,536,000 gallons a day, or sufficient for 60,000 pea-
pi'. As it affects the part of Central
Park in that municipality, the elevation of which is 4.7 feet, the following details of the $300,000 scheme,
as it affects Central Park are of Im-
portanci taking the Intake elevation
at 510 feet, a loss oi !0 fe. I will ensue
thr gh friction in the pipes to the
Ci - I Park district. Taking these
��� ��� ��� as given, the result will be a
stowing of a very small pressure at
Central Park. If the s'a'< ments previously mi de concerning possible errors in the height calculations are taken into account, this situation will be
TO RENT���Two moderri houses, seven
rooms, electric light, hot    and cold
water bath, separate toilets; chicken   -- ~
housi.;   218 and    220 Tenth street;
rent $16.00.    Apply to  Phone  A ITI*.'
TU RENT���House on Brunette street,,   a'
o
Sapperton,  modern,    five    rooms,     3;
$13.   Apply   White,   Shiles   &   Co.,     a
o
Columbia street.
o
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WANTED���A   white   waitress.   Apply  ~iu
West  End  Restaurant.
Inquent
interest, costs and expenses Including the Collectors
tald sale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.
NAMES OF ASSESSED PERSONS.
WANTED���Hats to retrim, also have.
new hats and trimmings. Auckland ,
and Tenth streets.
FOR SALE���House, stable and two
lots, cleared and fenced, Second j
street and Tenth avenue; price
reasonable, and terms easy. Also, J
two lots adjoining, nearly cleared.!
Apply to Qeorge Sharp, on the pre-1
mises.
14 |Manson, LawrenceT.....
102 |Farrand,  Charles   	
120 |Booth,   Frank   	
122 |Reddic\  Wm.  H	
180 (Bell,  Alexander   	
221 |Anderson, Sarah,    Estate
353 Rlthet, R. P	
354 iRithet,   R.   P	
362 |Rtthct, R. P	
442 |aMcGregor,  D.  C	
562a|Crlckmay, W.,    Estate   .
590   Booth,  Frank   	
DESCRIPTION OK PROPERTY.
Provluce of British Columbia, District
,,, \,w Westminster, Group One.
District
I_ot.
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159
1 V.'
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175
i  51)4 INeelaads, Ellen J.
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A.
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Subdivision.
Part 1 lot l.
Part 4 lot 20
1 to 16 (inclusive)
1 to 14  (inclusive)
EM. 2 and lot 3
IKVii live acres of
E1. of BV4 <>: 3b_K
|26
30
WANTEl).���Girl tor general house-j
work in family of two; apply!
2505   Cornwall   St.,   Kitsilano,   Van-;
59
couver.
Curry. William, and
|Moffat, Robert an 1 David
735 ,3renuan, J   R	
735 |Brennan, J.  it	
S47 [Hart, F. J	
WANTED���Girl for assisting in house-1 992 |Morriaon, T. P.
work and in attending to two in-j 1026 jphlllips, Walter
fauts. 437 Third ave., near 2nd st.
found to lie even more serious. If the
large distribution mains are tapped
anywhere on the lower levels the result will certainly be the loss of pressure such as will seriously affect, the
supply and pressure at the higher levels and seriously threaten a continuous supply in Collingwood and Central  Park.
Westminster   Safeguarded.
Two years ago the three municipalities of Burnaby, Richmond.and South
Vancouver  had   a   somewhat   siniiliar
scheme to the present Vancouver one,
i
I each  district   to  pay    $100,000,    and
1 consequently   the   scheme of     South
.Vancouver will be thoroughly discussed at the conference.    The estimates
now  made, differ somewhat  from the
previous report.
Coquitlam lake of course affords
A I lendid source of pure water, but
Westminster has the first call on that.
the Vancouver Power company having
a record of moo inches, or 15,000,000
gall ',- every- 24 hours secured to the
City, ol which about 40 miners inches
are in use. The Power company pay
ithe rental to the government. If as
is the case, the neighboring municl-
palltie east a longing eye I i the lake
Westminster has first say. and still
there will be plenty for all.
Don',tie-.,    tomorrow's     conference
will see the matter    thoroughly    dis-
CUM-,' I.
WANTED���Room and Board for two
young ladies. Central location. Appl"
W S. Collister & Co.
WANTED���Nursemaid;     apply
(.Dr.l Jones, Royal Avenue.
Mrs.
WANTED���School children to board
for next term in refined private
family. Apply Mrs. E. S., Daily
News office.
1214 [Wise,   Catherine.   F	
1251 |McNIven, John 	
1323 |Tlngley, Mary, E	
1325 Tingloy, Mary, E	
1346 JHarris,  G.   B	
1347 JHarris,  ('..  B	
1378 Gilley. James R.  and Walter R..
1413 jwhlfney, W. J. R	
1420 |Bennott, C. C	
142S [Webber, Lionel. H	
1172   Round, George   	
1 (su McLennan, Aloe and Neil   	
1506  Timms, John 	
al  South
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91  Central,
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93
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94 South   |
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91 South
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95  North
19
95  North
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1-12 acres
| W part N ten acres
ll to  16   (Inclusive)
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M'ndivided l-_ Inte'st
Roadway
98
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WANTED���Japanese DOy attending J1507 Timms, John
school w#nts work with good family; j ^549 Western Pacific Clay-
understands cooking; wages. Apply h.550 Western Pacific Clay
to P. O. Box 545, City.                       1552 Armstrong, J. C.  ...
1554 Armstrong, J. C.   ..
1560 Armstrong, J, c.  ...
1695 Cunningham,   Mary.
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WANTED���Japanese boy or girl for
housework, daily, liardwick, St.
Andrews street.
1709
1728
1772
1776
WANTED���Ladylike young person for
light housekeeping, Student at college in return for board would be
acceptable.    P. O. Box 067. City,
FOR   S ALB ��� Motor    munch:    well-11793
found and fast; seats fourteen pas-  1795
sengers.    Apply to  Motor .  .'���,.    M���  1797
New Westmlnst r. \. ,;
1805
1807
1810
1811
1812
17.".  Cunningham, Mai
1701    Millor, Daniel, !���'	
Hart.  F. .1	
Town, Henry,    li-* .'.
Corbett.  Mrs. W.  J.   .
'���I,-. 1 111 ;���;.. w. Q.
Alb-n  .lames,  c	
Ulen   James, c	
Co.
Co.
E -,,-e
Est . e
WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms;   must    e moderate;    near
bridge preferred. Apply Post office
Box 732.
V E S T M I X S T E R EMPLOYMENT 1 82 i
AGENCY���Under new 111 in 1 -��� ment, 1 {26
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O. 1838
box 807.    Can supply you  with all 12109   Cleland, James
Ulen   Jamea, C	
All. u   .' .lip s, C	
Allen  .1 mes, C	
Allen    Jam..-.   C	
Mien   James C	
Ulen,  ram.    C	
Ulen, James C	
York, L.  C	
Ul. 11.  .lames  C	
Armstrong,  Harriett   l	
Welsh Harry
DELIA IS YIELDING
ABUNDANT HARVESTS
Returns From Lower River
Show Oats Crop Large -
Steamer Service Discussed
without support the owner cannot be
expected to put on a better boat.
Capt. Bruce is not carrying the Steveston mail now, the boat lying up at
Westham island at night.
W. Holllngshead is showing two
racing stallions and two mares at the.
Seattle horse show.
kinds of help    promptly,    free    of
charge.    Branch office, 107 Cordova  2'
street west, Phone A 2750. Vancouver, B. C. [210
Japanese Employment Agency j 222
I 12 & 13 I
12 & 13 j
13 North '
13 North j
13 North
28 South
28 South
. 28 South   ,
j*- South
- .smith  !
28 South
28 Central
28 Central
.-. Central
28 Central]
28 Cent ml
2. 1 entral
28 1 entral
28 C. ntral
28 C. ntral
2_  Central
2!_ North
28 North
2S  North
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Being D
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jl to 5 (inclusive)
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l  to 22  (Inclusive)
l to  22   (Inclusive)
i to 17 (inclusive)
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w. and Ralph .1	
Clclan l. James;  Welsh, Harrj
|W. and Ralph .1 j 90 North
Clelan I, .lame i;   Welsh   Harry
w.  an I  Ralph J    90 North
Undivided 1-8 Inte'sl,
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This Date in History
J
Ladner, Sept. 7.���This has been a
busy season In the Delta, most of
the oats now being threshed. Then*
nas not been a large acreage of wheat,
and but a small quantity of bailey,
tor the low lands of the Delta are essentially a hay and oats country. The
rapid Increase In the value of property shows that the district his passed
beyond the settlement stage, and the
fine gardens and houses In Ladner itself point to the growing prosperity
of individuals, us well as the community. Where threshing ha., finished
the farmers have beeu busy hauling,'
and the two granerleshave had a very,
busy iime storing for the spring sales.
Live stock promises to become an In-
< reasing part of the fanning, and after;
all mixed funning is the most successful, and Is the measure of the Ugliest
dev lopmeht,
The Delta Council is carrying out
much needed improvements in the
roads, and crushed rock Is being freely used ia repair work. The leopenlng
of the Delta hotel gives the town a>
see, n 1 plate of accomodation for vi.s-
Itors,
Much attention is still being given
to the steamboat service with Westminster. The shipping of fruit and
cattle by the Favourite causes considerable delays at the way points and
is frequently under discussion. If the
resident* wish a better service they
must patronize the existing means, as
SEPTEMBER 8.
1755���British defeated the French ana
Indians in    battle    ot   Lake
Geo rye.
17M���Americans victorious hi battle
of Eutaw Springs,
1829 A grand tete given lu Lyons.
Prance, in bonor of General
Lafayette,
1855���Fall of Sebatapol.
is.','.' General Lee Issued a proclamation to the people of Maryland.
1863 Confederates victorious in battle of  Sabine   Pass.
1864- -Petersburgh, Va., shelled by the
Union troops.
L883���Last spike driven In the Northern Pacific Railroad, near
Gold Creek, Mont.
1904���Telegraphic signals sent around
the world In honor or the
opening of the International
Geographical Congress in
Washington.
OLDEST  MASON  HA3
HIS   107TH    BIRTHDAY
Mount Sunapee, N. II., Sept. 7.���
James Bellows McGregor, the oldest
Mason In the country, believed to be
the oldesi white man In the I'nited
States, today celebrated his one hundred  and   seventh   anniversary.
Mr. McGregor can read ordinary-
print with tlie aid of a reading glass
and is hale and hearty.
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Femala   Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNSELEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Phone  431. P. O. Box   885.
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2263
Important Notice
The plans, profile and estimate of
cost of the propose! permanent im-
provemenl Of Columbia, street (including a main, trunk Bewer, cement
sidewalks and street paving) have
been prepared and placed on view in
the room lately occupied by the school
board, city hall, where they may be
Inspected during office hours by
parties inter(.s|,.,| [n this very necessary  local  Improvement.
N. H. McQUARRIE,
Acting City Clerk-
City Hall. .New Westminster, B. C,
August 25   1..08.
Barr Josi ph   	
McDonald,  J.   S	
Balnbrldge   W.  V	
McKcchnle, Dr. L. N   	
J2264  Coop,,-, Alec  J	
!227s    Man-on.   Lav rence   	
2285 |Todd, Wm. G. il	
12296 |Todd, Wm. G. H	
12297 [Tod.I. Win. G. H	
I 2298 |Todd, Wm. G. H	
j 2299 JTodd, Wm. G. H	
2300 JTodd, Win. G. II	
2301 |Todd, Wm. Q.  H	
2302 jpohlmann, Edward 	
2303 Polhmann, Edward  	
23.il   I'ollimann. Edward   	
2:;..:, |Polhmann, Edward 	
2306  Polhmann, Edward 	
23u7   Polhmann,  Edward   	
2308   I'ollimaiui. Edward  	
2325 i.Morgan, E. II	
2339   MeKechnle, Dr. L. N	
2604   McFeety, E. J, ani Douglas E.
2ti7i) |Pearoon, James 	
2071. [Sharp, ('has.  W	
3237 [O'Connell, Katherine, Estate
3249 [O'Connell, Katherine, Estate
S250 'O'Connell,  Katherine.     Estate
UVUU Uttli^^li
BOOKI.NO to and from anv
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next sailings or tne EmpreaiM
Sept. 4 and 18.
For other date, ami  particulars,
apply to
ED. OOULET,
C P R. Agent
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Dated at Burnaby, B. C, this llth Day of August, 1908.
Collector of the Municipal!'
c   T   SAUNDE��S'
,f Burua,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon foute
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON snd
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
,tagea at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
Foi information apply to
i    J   H.  ROGERS, Traffic Manage:.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two door,  from  Co. Adam., Croemr
Ladles' Gold Watcnes trom 112.76 up
Gentlemen's Silver Watch���� open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Sliver WatcheB. douhU
case, $7.50 up.
Agent tor the celebrated South Bend
WatcheB, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.    VII warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry, etc.. etc.
J. TRAVERS 8S
Ali business in this ^e 9
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every ���rrlday
on the  Market square.
oarantt**!
mo.
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SEPTEMBER  8.  1908.    j
THE DAILY X!\\s
PAGE THREE.
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COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and ret;ail
UTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
W! a man's duty l.
.
Also   it's his duty       [ress
well economically
L gically, it s  his  dut\   to
wear
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Hdll
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Clothing
Klondike's Gold Yield
|      Equals Early Records
Corporations, Instead   of  Small   Miners, Are Getting  the
Most of lhe Wealth cf Northern Lands
These Days    Many New
Dredges.
Sold and guaranteed by
REID & CO.,  New Westminster
101
PKone 101
Phone
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Peaches $1.15
A CRATE
The Last of the Season
THE
PubHcJfopply Stores GE%rA0��AMS
Columbia   Street,        New   Westminster,   B.   C.        Phone  92.
��*<>���������������������������������������������������������,&���������������������������.������������������������������������������������������,
i
You Don't See
Any Middleman
getting a rake-ofl un tie price
you pay us for coal. You cannot.
afford to pay it and we cannot
afford to ash it. We therefore
buy our coal direct and you get
the benefll in the low price you
;,;.;,  [or our high-grade coal.
GILLEY BROS.
.... -       :.   Thi   .
fall i    ...   ���       ,,   . Qgi ..   . om   I
���-. son   o Seattle Is get-
Seven  thousand  will
outli v. Ithin the   m m tour wi - ���
ndreds ol thousands of dol-
1       ��� ad  in  ri> a
The  tin il  gold   shipment  ako  will
oln in that time.
The   K   ndi .������' ���   out put   this    year
will  !���-  in,   ��� al ' I  $2,000,000 over that
- last .��� '���;:;, making a *<>t;il of Jo I	
year.    Th,,  Increase  i- dui.
to  the   Installation  of new   dredge
, ..   ;: leal  conveyors    and    hydi a
" -. Tin.' i, itput will li'- gn ttlj  In-
, :   ���. - 1  nexl year,  and  th n like
��iii '.,,. , lelding by a bi;
ich ann .-. '. a In li Imii -
'in... The onlj difference I hal the
corporations ar,   getting  the  bull, ol
old Instead of the Individual
miner i, ,-et num:. Indl\ Idual ., e still
en o ed.
The upper Yukon river is in Brat-
condition for travel, and there
i ,-'. , ��� Indication lhat pas i - ogei _
leaving foi Seattle as late aa .; iptem-
i,,.|- 25 will be able to reai h Dawson
without  trouble.
ii
THE TOYMAKER"
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>:>iglit a; the Westminster opera of J. Russell Powell Is heard io ad-
,' the flrsi adequate production' vantage in the music allot, d to the
i:i,.  Tnynml.tr"    will    lie    given.
part of Fathi r Mathew, "Go Face the
World,"    "Hark     to     the    Pealing
Aim, In-," ;in,l "A .lovial Monk Am I,"
past  six years  been  pre ent-|are throp 80ngs whk.h mUBt be heard
,i be appreciated.
,.    . The Vancouver newspapers credited
.. ��� i   ri n Francisco    Opera   com-  "The Toymaker" with being ihe   best
...   .  | od action Teddy Webb   plays  piece in the repertoire of   tho    San
Johannus Guggenbelmer   of   Nurem-  Francisco  Opera company,    if    The
S n Francisco opera company has]
��ix years  been  pr
��� , ������ with tremendous   suc-
LlMITEO
Are you satisfied w th your present condition or
opportunities ?
Systematic Small Savings
four talents, which now yield you a comfortable   In-
will some day  lose  part or  all  ot  their   earning
I   en    -i will n i other capital that dots nut
y,\ sum deposited everj week or month with
The
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.0"
RESERVE       *11,000,000.00
Benches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in  London,   England,
New  York; I .   ago and Spoltane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A   len-
eral Banking  Business Transac->d.
utters of Credit issued, available wi ���_ m       i>oi   ������������������ In all nam of the
W irld.
lavlngi Bank Department.     Depoeits  recet ed in suras ol $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at i per cent,  per annum (present rate)  added
four times a yea**.
Total   A_set_  over $168,000,000.00.
\- \v  WESTMINSTER PRANC ^ '.. l). BRYMNER, Manager
ROYAL BANK of CANADA .
Capital andFaatn. Incorporated Total A**et*
$8,290,000 ,aM $47,400,000
...i-.ii interest compounded quarterly, provide a com-
I ur old age.
ONE DOLLAR    MAKES THE   START.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.     f. B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
FLOUR
J FEED
an
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
ennsylvania
nacksmiths
COALS McQUARRIE & CO.
BEST   QUALITY
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
'BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
.-RONT  STREET.
New  Westminster. Telephone 33J.
EUGENE WIENER.
Who   plays the   part   of   the   lover   in "The  Toymaker." tonignt.
Phone   105.
P. O. Bon  345
WCE: FBQHT SKI, FOOT OF SIXTH. -   - B WEST
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
mamm*m*m%*m*mmm
Manufacturer* and D*tat*tf m AU Kindt ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doort,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
farm_^s7ttention !
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
���mm m Sjfc<NMX>
���M City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Weatminiter
C
QOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE NOW  ON  SALE aT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY   STORE,
j. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
F. MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE.
Westminster
Transfer Co
office Thorn.   18**..      Bam  'Phon,< 137
Columbia  Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot tne city.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
berg, the eccentric toyr.ial.ri-. Webb
ins several good song hits, "I Got
Plenty," "How lo Make a Doll," a
number In which he is assisted by
six of the prettiest girls of the coin
pany resembling automatons, "The
Lady's Home ournal" nnil "We All
Walked Inlo thc Shop," are encored
and encored.    The line baritone voice
Toymaker" is given a    reception   in
keeping with Its excellence, the opera
; house wlll be packed to the doors to-
i night.   Manager MacGowan wishes to
' impres    upon bis p-ti.��� -��������� ���   ;.    :���'������ I that
the companj  cannot be seen at  less
than $1.60 prlceB dining the regular
", on,  lhe present,    price    being    a
-,.    Ial  summer cut.
OPERA  HOUSE BOOKINGS.
���a.
+, ���������������+�� * ;
...mw*> www ���>��������* w ** ***'���*���'���*��� ,,
Electric Railway Service:;
City Line; Cars leave tram ��� \
office on the hour, twenty mm- i .
utes after and forty minutes af- !!
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. ] 't
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Sapperton Line: Cars leave !',
at ten minutes after the hour, J [
half past and fifty mtautes after < *
the hour, commencing at 6:30 ll
a. m. |[
o
Sunday Service  bairneurly be- ! I
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.        . '���
-    _      n
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ||
i immmmmmm ttr""tTttiiimmnniittttt
lnterurban   Line.
Cars  lor Vancouver  and    war
stations will run every half-
hour  from  5:50 a. m.    Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
ii
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11 :.<0.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
Sept,
Sept.
Sept
Sept.
strels.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov
Nov.
Nov.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
. Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
. 7.���San Frani-i. co  Opera  Cu.
. S.���San  Francisco  Opera Co.
. IO.���Josh   Perkins.
, 17���Richard   *.   Pringle   Mm-
ID���Pro. Clay's Co.
. 21.���.lose.
23.���A  Uood  Fellow.
25.���Isle of Spice.
8.���Knight  for a Day.
14.���Flaming Arrow.
16.���Honeyniooners.
16.���The Jefferson Poys.
27.���Holy   City. '
2H.���Just Out of College.
4.Too Proud to Beg.
13.���Montana Limited.
IS.���Hip Hip Hooray,
20.���Willard   .Mack.
26���The New Dominion.
1.���Fun on Broadway.
2.���The Lion and the Mouse.
;,.���Little   Johnny   Jones.
9.���Arizona.
IC���Why Girls Leave Home.
21.���50  Miles From  Boston.
Dee. i\.~-Babes  In Toyland,
Dec _._.���Sandy  Bottom.
Dec. 29.���The Great DWtcte,
Dec. 30.���Florence  Roberts. ,
Jan. :>.���Her   First   False  St. p.
-Ian.  6.���Shore  Acres.
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.Jan.  15.���Theodore Lorch.
Jan.   28.���Devils   Auction.
Jan.  29.���San Antonio.
Feb. Ll.���Jane Eyre.
March   3.���A   Stubborn   Cinderella.
.March 19.���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
April   2.���Marrying   .Mary.
Lake Steamer May Be Lost.
Southampton, Out.. Sept. 7.���The
steamer King Kdward, of tbe Algonla
Central steamship line, northbound
trom Sandusky to the* Soo, is on a
reef at the south end of Chantry Island. She will probably prove a total
loss.
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THE DAUAT NKWS.
TUE3DA*.
3C.P
'EM8E
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily  News Pub
lishiug  Company,   Limited,   at   their]
offices,   corner  of   Sixth    and   Front!
streets, New Westminster,  B.  C
E.  A.   P.iige.
Managing   Director
;,!' the Church of England In thla Province measures up well with the adherents mui membership of other
communions. These other communions are keeping well up with the
increase  of   population   by   providing
The story of tha World'., alleged de-
ni.ni, on the party comes with mighty
TEUSDAY,  SEPTEMBER 8,  1908.
church's interests should not be forth- '��� elt her party is too important an event j though some of the recent hysterical
coming nere to '.���> so cursorily dismissed by a news    boating's of the World might be oon-
The financial ability of the members editor. Ltrued    into   substantiation   of    the
. . _______________________���.. ..I' ..--HB
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ run ���
.  fact of ihe matter Is   hat both
poor since from a Stultified, renegade   ill,   World and Mr. Taylor are   being
organ like the Daily Province,    ir the
Province could point to a snow-white
record of self-sacrlflcln*�� n*���.'-��� -���**'
Increased seating accommodation andIprinciple and a sturdy staud f0r right|gr.aj rat.   This excresence who has In
the new chinch buildings, and It is a in face of  defeat   and   loss  it  might turn been a hanger-on of everything in
| fact thai  cannot  be controverted that! have had a shadow of right to ques- ��� a   political   way  from   which  a   dollar
dragged through the mire by a thor-
oughl    discredited politic.] roustabout
���tion the World and  its motives.    But
the Province cannot do that,   instead
DO  NOT  FORGET.
Do not forget that lifelong Conservatives want no part with the opportunist politicians of the rubber policy
Bordenltes,
could
cai ri'',
, �����, en
party.
AS   OTHERS   SEE   US.
The. Conservative editor of the
Sat ur.lay Sunset sizes up the situation here pretty closely when in commenting upon the possibilities in the
general election it says:
"In New West minster if the lAD-
erals bury their differences, as looks
probable, they will likely win ou the
weakness of the Conservative candidate, who has succeeded in alienating
a good deal of the support which se,-
ciiie.i his nomination, in the other
three constituencies, deferred elections will be held. The result in
Vancouver will have a powerful In-
I! .'Hi-,, iii them to say nothing of that
of the general result. So defeat In
Vancouver may mean the return of an
alums: If not quite solid delegation of
Liberals to Ottawa."
From such a man with such an insight into the workings of the Con-
servative machine, the opinion he
gives should be sound.
their   pastors    are    receiving    larger
slip, nils and are provided wilh better
housing than the clergy of the Church ! of la-ins a journal of upright standing'.
ut' Kngland and it should not be a a fearless exponeni of political jus-
difficult matter to educate Eplsco- tlce and truth ii is the miserable jab-
pallans   to   put  their   church Jseyond berlng, mercenary  hag of British  Co
the liuiniliatiug position of having ap-  lumbia newspaperdom. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
peals made In their  name either  tor      The    rumor that    Is    floating about j lows any other blood-sucker
church   purposes  or   iu the   case    of  the city    that    L. I). Taylor will    be      Saturday Suuset.
disaster like that of Fernle. an Independont-Labor-Aritl-Aslatic can-! =  ���_rrr?
These  appeals  from  a  rich  country j didate with his own paper, the World
like Canada to the philanthropic peo-  to support  him is  probably not    true
lie extracted  is said    to    have
on the alleged negotiations be-
the World    and    the    Liberal
It goes without saying that the
cause and the man upon whom such
.,  cheap  grafter fastens    himself    is
loomed to the destruction wnu-h fol-
victim.
I
"Get the Habit"
pie of a land where every penny that
the charitably disposed have to give
is needed to relieve abject poverty,
can hardly be allowed to pass without
protest,  especially  when such  appeals
will do us mere harm than good, That  is  a   wise   dude  that  can   tel!
We  hope  for  ihe  good    name    of whether  a   young lady  is  smiling  at
British Columbia these appeals    will nim ,.,��� 'aughingat him.
cease, and thai the earnest and falth-l
ful clergy and members of the Church
of England alike with the who.' com-'
niiiTiity will be saved this humiliation.]
nt r
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
BISHOP DART'S BAD TASTE.
The Calgary Herald takes Bishop
Dan to task for, possibly with the
best intention, referring to Canada as
"poor struggling community," as follows:
"A recent issue of the weekly edition of the London Times contains
another of those servile appeals for
financial aid for Canada which are so
objectionable to independent men in
this country. This time the offender
Is the Lord Bishop of New Westminster, who happened to be In London
attending the Labeth conference when
the Fernle flre took place. His lordship promply 'wrote to the Times'
drawing the attention of philanthropic
England to Canada's need for aid.
After reciting ti"' I itements in the
cable r .porl and th ��� efforts bi lng
, ��� on 'iii.- si le to ielieve the sufferers the bishop proceeds; 'But all
he world knows that we are a poor,
struggling condmunity. And so I
oui l also appeal tor immediate help
trom ; ie United Kingdom, which
would be received with peculiar
gratitude. In no other part of flu- Empire is love for the motherland
stronger than it is in Canada. Where-
ever l go through my-diocese I meet
with men who ctld their duty in South
Africa.'
With  ali  due respect   to his lordship's   position  and  good    Intentions,
he should be informed  that  he holds
no begging  brief  for  the   people    of
Canada.    This country is not  a  'poor,
struggling community.' It is a wealthy
and    progressive   country   which   is!
quite, capable of looking after its own!
;ieoi.ii .    The spontaneous offers of aid
which came from cities in other coun-!
tries were welcomed iu the spirit   iu:
which  they  were  made,   but no    one i
has a right to solicit charity for this j
Domini,,u.    And, above    all.   Canada
does noi want England to give money
to Fernh   sufferers because Canadians
did tii'-,  'duty' In South  Africa.    The'
bishop's appeal  was  unwarranted    In
all respects, but   the    reference   toi
South  Africa   wus  In    decidedly    bad
taste."
We indorse what the Herald Bays
and tee] sorry thai Bishop Dart in his
dee,, Bympathj tor th:- Fernie suffer-,
ers allowed himself to give utterance
io such erroneous statements, Com-'
ing from a dlgnatory of the church his
words would be accepted as correct
and give a very false and damaging
Impression to the British public. His
lordship since nis elevation to the See
of New Wesimin-ter has not entered
sufficiently Into the life of the community to know the financial ability
of the people of the Dominion and this
Province in particular, A scholar and j
a good man without doubl. bill holding
aloof trom the general public, he has
not that magnetism nis prodece.sor
possessed and for thla reason more
than any other the Kootenaj Bishopric   Endowment   Fund   has not.   ma-
terialized.     Tlie   church   of   which   he ,
is the aead in this See will never become, financially strong until the appeals to the churchmen   In   Kngland
cease.   There Is ao B��od reason why
all   th     money     necessary     for    the
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
GOING SOME ! M
Tne defection of the World news-!
i aper from Its Liberal allegiance Partakes almost of the nature ol comic
opera. Whether the story of the
Daily Province. Itself the most notorious and brazen of mercenary organs,
that the World had demanded $35,000
baksheesh from the party be true or
not, the. World's sudden assumption
of all the virtues of an independent
paper is ludicrous. If its soreness
were not so palpable that claim might
be accepted with some reserve, but
when it indicates resentment to such
an extent as it, did in its treatment
of the report of the. Liberal convention oue must look further than its
claims of virtuous independence for
the underlying motive. Even if it
were what if now claims to be, the.
"champee-an of the peepul." the convention as a matter of news was
���worth" more than a ten-line report.
As a newspaper purporting to publish
ail the news, a political convention of
Notice to Contractors
Scaled tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon of Tuesday, Sept. 8th, for the erection and
completion of proposed Oddfellows*
Kail on Eighth and Carnarvon
streets.
Plans and specifications may be
een at. the office of C. ll. Clow, Architect
Lowest or any tender not necessar-
���ccepted.
J. W. MacDONALD,
Chairman  of Committe>\
he can '    quite s ure it  Is a smile it'
A Convention will be held i
Westminster,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 30, 1908,
(the second day of the Provincial Fair)
in the Hardman Hall, at 2 p. m., {<����� the purpose I
of nominating a candidate in the interests of thel
Liberal party. I
Primary meetings are to be held between the I
22nd and 30th of September.
Each district association ig entitled to send
one delegate for every fifty voters.
Credentials to be signed by the president and
secretary of the different district associations, or
the chairman and secretary of primary meetings.
J. VV. MacDonald, Pr ident,
W. J. Cunningham, Sei ��� tary.
New Westminster Liberal Associate
be glv, -
I
a box of chocolates from
The FAIR
Special   tor   today    while   they   last,
box of Hue chocolates for 20 cents.
JJieT
air
!40 Columbia  Street.
.N'ew Westminster.
Wednesday   Special-
Files for 35 cents.
-Ottawa    Office
What They All Say
"I didn't know we could
get such good work iu Westminster."
These are the words of one
of our customers (a professional man) when we delivered a new lot of
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone  338
"Wi
- ime.'
buy for cash  and sell  for  the
Prices Reign Today As Usual
All Iron Wringer
s
- With guarantee rollers mad,, of the hlgl i si
We hav,. the wood frames wlthenclosed cogs.    In
We have the Knall, Paragon, 20th   Century,    It-   ,
makes.    Call and see our lines.
T.  J.  Trapp  &  Co.,
LimueG
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Schools Have Opened j
Boys and (.iris are hard at work, and il ha.
Five Thousand
Dollars' Worth
of New Stock
to Select From
:;, i, "ial for their work,
place to gel It,
MarK iy'i   book   itore ; -   ���
Il J. J. MacKay & Co. j
BookaSellers
Stationers
News Dea e
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the conilnK season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
make no mistake, jut start mr orchard right, b)  buying I   "������
HOME NURSERY, where you ������, ��� not bothered with turn   >        Jj
well as getting acclimated treea. We have over 800,000 trull trees W
can handle your order, no mat r  what the size.    If wi
agent in your locality, write to i , at Burnaby Lake r f   ""
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BU' NABY LAKE, B. C. I
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, LtcLj
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JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe liouse, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster, B. C,
SOLE   AGENT
��� FOR ���
= !ilongine's Watch Movent
THE  BEST  EVER
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IW. C. CHAMBERLIN i*JZ&\
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AY   sEPTeMBER  8.   1908.
TIIE DAILY M \\s
I'Aiaii-. rtvei.
I - _._��w   TliTMnntfrtg^*' ���*-
H^resl T.   H.   Smith [The [ash Mores  j f Cl!'V NtWS
*% '^������������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^
It's Up To        :
FALL
���    F
ring .
: coun, ,
inf.
 -s X
-living on quality    ���
"it
���
, v .,- al Agassiz . J
anj  ttoral work, j'
orlst.   Phone 184. *
ag of    the    city  '
.  tomorrow  even   f
/You
Taken Off
House
Furnishing' J
s win   :.i ii itrj in Floral and
it.." ;a   patterns,    Reg   90c and
si 00 per yard, tor, 60c per j ai i
Make and Lay Free.
:
LEE'S
df iMammoth Furniture  Emporium
T 1   CCT-C    oi   r\r Lt      r*r.i   num*     _i*__.__i __._���_ 	
fgejfy.CJSM
Ready for Fall is the watchword in every department.
Never before have we been so supremely ready to
eater to your wants as this season.    Our increased facilities have enabled us to buy
at bottom prices, direct from the
manufacturers, thus saving the
middleman's profit.
Special Showing of Blankets
Over 500 pair of Blankets to choose from. We have picked the following
lines at random from our stock:
LOT 1.���Special White Blanket at $3.90. A well known Canadian make.
Nice, soft wooly blanket; large size; regular $4.75, for $3.90
LOT 2.---A superb all  wool,  large size,  blanket; Scotch make; a good
��� tp one for $6.00: can be had this week for $4.50
LOT 3.---Extra large size family blanket for $5.25. This has never been
duplicated on the coast: a magnificent all wool Canadian make; regular $6.50,
for $5.25
LOT 4.���-$3.50 gray blanket for $2.90.    In dark gray wool and cotton, no
��� Riling, but a nice clean make; this week ��2.90
Boys' Sweaters at Unheard Of Prices
I Iver 100 dozen Boys' Sweaters and Jerseys.     We are showing a full line
 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
White Bedspreads at Wholesale Prices
Full double bed size,  at $1.15, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25 and $3.00,
. tin and fringed honeycomb Marsailles, satin, damask and English mercer-
��� n.
S1>' nl   ties,  all  .hade,  %    ,,
,a��<! I ,. found, al J. Bugeni
, Brown's ... ������ Saturday Right,
���tii.    , .,                  :���     UEES BLOCK. COLUMBIA STREET.   NEW  WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
fJ " ��������-���'<*-�����>    "j                                    Opposite   Lorne  Street.      Phone 73.                                     t
fj1 "- wbM,,"n * ��m_ �������������.��;
,sl<*>   H ������'      here on Saturdaj    aftei    . .  **
- noon
For    sale -Seven    roomed    house,
iin I .1  si ong team    to   uphold   the
honor ot the Royal CHy on the field,
hath   room,   pantries,   closets,   wood   :mi1-  while noi  anticipating anything
shed,     hor-,.   stall,  carrlag     house; M11**6  :l   walk-over, there ll no reason
trull  trees     .   full lot.    For lurther t0 feai '���''   outcon t the clash,
particulars applj to owner, 192Eighth     Tl���, ..,_.���,..,.. ,,,,. ���.��� ���.,���,���... ,���.
. -, reel **
I jail at ��Hoi rdah   na -    een lei bo V .
Tin   Vancouvei   SI pinasters'    asso- Moore  toi     ig Bum of $8100.    Work
cl,     , aavo ,i- ed a vote ol condol-   ' "  ""'��� building e comm     i -
T. H. S
ITH
j em , ., Ith thc n latlves i I the late
C      in  Vckerman,
i ��� .,     ".;������    ,\.i     appaientlj   freet
tl di thc trl mti  .,i drunk i,
;,-  , ease    ��iii be c ilh d 11
M       rat,  Coi  oul'1 toda i In the
���  : -   police court.
For fl     .la is cul Bow era pot plant i
telepl one   i li vis & Son.
florl ts.   Tel. B 208. *���"���
Mi.. Sipprell, wife of the principal
of Colum Ian i allege, wlll attend the
convention of the women's   nuxllian
lot   the   _M��'1,i.nli--*   church   at   Toronto
this month.
Not made to please the eye, but to
iilease the  palate     The "B. C." and
I "Old Sport" CIga'.. **
A. P. Sipprell, a brother of Prln-
; clpal Sipprell, aa i arrived from the
1 east, via California,    He will stay In
1 the ell���      ��� and may locale
here In business,
F. i. i,.\mil writes from Fernle thai
i he Is making vei > .:��� od progress with
I tin' distribution of the granl of Jio.m
! mail,   to   ie    uffi rer i bj  the Eagles'
roiH > ntlon a'  Seatl le
Bevi i .ii    upp     tlon      have    I een
] made b   - !    '"������������   '���   the Dom-
; inion governrai nl   iati il I)   il Restless.
I inn   no    .." i  mi nl   ha      ��� I     been
made.
A  but i, fire "ti Sui i uln ��� on
\ 1,    treel   n q lire -    h     itti ntlon ol
: nn' ball --" 2 ll -. > ��� ictingulshed
:,    ii,,. use       c/ati       om I ie bj i1 ani
i on thai without much trou
The    Ml    lonary of    the
Methodlsi church, mei I n    In Vancou
ver ne.\t  month, and all i id)   In ��� Ite I
to the exhibition, wlll be th   ;
���of Principal an I Mrs. Sipprell at the
i ollege on Oct. T.
The  fifth shoo*   I'm   the    Dominion
challenge salver took place ,,n Saturday, the scores being:    V. ll. C. __b-
, bott, 84; C.  H. Jndd, 86;   K   Pringle,
65; \v. I.. Hacking, 62, and W. Nelson,
without   delay.
Pete   Swanson,   oue   of the   five
men Injured In the < li cus wreck
i-,,n   i..-;     ���  ., were   tai to    th<
i.     il   I '..inni ian   hospital, h i..     , ��� ..
ea ed.    Hla chlel   trouble    ��.i��    a
i atned ankle,
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
r_Kaaai
��ee That Dinner Set
Lower Fraser River
Freight ana Pass-
Tin, announcement 'hat ihe Dominion government Is purchasing a
dredge for the Fraser Over ol German
design will make no difference to the
Jinn,nun voted, as this will he actually
spent on remedial works an! dredging
operations,
Gowan MacGowan, Manager
Theati leal   ESvenl   of  Utmosi   tm o
an, i''
Tuesday, Sept. 8
FRANK   VV   HEALY  OFFERS
TEDDY WEBB
(The funnlesi man of the OperaUO
sla ... i
K nil',   comedian  ol   "THE   ALAS-
K \\7   at
THE    SAN   FRANCISCO   OPERA
COMPANY,
i;, urge Cllne, the man v. bo ��as In-
in : in a shooting accident In Su re;
on Friday afternoon, Is making good
progress al 'lie. Royal Columbian hospital.   His Injuries are nol as  .erlouB I (The   crack  Ughl   opera organisation
as Brsl   feared. ,,f aJnerlca)
Mrs,   Li, Q.  MeKam, of Ash street,
will  hive in the near future  I'm  To :
route  where Bhe  wlll join  her    hus-1
band,   who bas  been  established    In
business  in that   city  lor  some  time, i
Her daughter,  Miss    Myrtle,   aocom-
��� anted '��� ��� her brother ��� Carl and Bei t,
is at   pre mi ling  a   few   holi
days In Seattle
Tbe coh,, were defeated by the
city senior. in aii exciting ball name
ai Queens park on baturdaj afternoon. Tbe progress of the game was
enllvi ne i bj a few fistic arguments,
much vlgoroui  language and t*/ dis-
-PEOPLE 40
To-Night
The Toymaker
A dainty, dancing, delightful Comic
Opera.
Important���The above attraction is
undoubtedly ihe VERY BEST musical
show* thai lias ever visited this city,
and is highly recommended to theatre
a considerable hitter   feeling Boers. Cowan    MacGowan,   Manager
between certain  members of the op*-jOPera  House
posing ti in .	
\\. C Mil'., r, who Is prominently
Identlfle i with the lumber InduBtrj of
Nova Scotl i. Is m presenl pending a
few ii iys in fills citj. the guesl tff his
cousin, Mrs, J, C. Crouss. Mr, Miller's
vi .ii to Hi" 10,1st maj possll
in con ilderable Investments
part, .. - ii" la anxious to have Intel
ests In British Columbia In tho In
rtuatry with ivnli li he Is aasoclati d.
Hop Pickers' Strike Settled.
I'klah, Cal., Sepi. T.���The strike at
the Herat hop Melds was settled this
morning bj paying pickers 80 cents
per hundred In weekly settlements
with a bonus of 20 oenta per hundifed
,, ,.|,' ol the Beason
OPERC��� HOUSE
:; ���; Thursday, Sept. 10
THE  BIG FUN   SHOW.
Uncle
Josh
Perkins
Singers, Dancers ami Comedians,
An Everlasting Success,
\*r
�����a
ADVKHT1H1.
��� >N ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
POR  BIG  l.t''SU__T3.
See   Uncle  Josh  at the  Country  Fair.
WATCH  FOR THE  BIG  PARADE OF
THE HAYSEED BAND AT 4 P.M.
our window for
|fe have others at
$15.00 down to $8.00.
>u can get one to please you here
Columbian college-will reopen at !>
a.m. Tuesday. Sept. 1. Classes in all
lepartments will begin al the   above
S.                           j hour.   Gymnasium   classes   for   the
ervice per  ral public will open al tiie same
eS���U.UU; oo    ..-[7 ���      *���*- """'���    Ticket* good  for the    oollegi
ibb-     ravorite
$16.50 _
\ busy time la expected kl  Mood]
Carr In. ���' twngeri to    , this evening, the football pis
��� ���������^����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������a����+������+����+��+��+
, ai   mm   i btained at thc charge
I   |6  eaeh "* I
IADAM5 & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Hone 97.
GROCERS
NEW   THIS   WEEK
��� "������ ���" ������>��� *-"������*��� ** *���" '���'"  .
New  Weetmlnster ,, baring decided to make a brav.   ���
and Westham i tempi to finish the building of their   ���
I ...... Bra  .maa-Ker'j wharf datl) 'I"'*;':'��k worn after the regular prac-
,  3 ,n,    .     ��� Setordayi, at 2 p.m.;    Is over,    Work on the itruotura
t Mondays, leaving at was commenced on Saturday   afternoon,
., a.m.
Returnim? leave Westham  Island V      Mayor Keary left on Sunday for the
.;        except Fridays at 8 a.m.; i ynooel district where he wlll be two
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving\m ,),,.,,,, (lllvsl ,m ,1)(, i���IH|m,HS 0f the
,    }:S0 iitn. II   A. & I. scicietv.    He wlll return In
time for the meeting of the city illrec-
Iota on Friday. Thomas Sharpe.
director of the experimental farm at
\mi3Blz, will be unable to accompany
him.
Calling at Steveston Tuesdays.
Thiirsi-ay.-* ami Saturdays.
Tickets In St.evest.on and return 50
ce.<-3   in  Sa'unlay-t only.
gant's IDEAL Perfume w. n. Draper
$2.50 per oz.
Ryall's Drug Store
Eyes Tested Free
A picked tenm of Westminster Intermediate lacrosse players wlll Journey to Vancouver on Saturday afternoon for the purpose ot meeting the
V. A. C. team ln the championship
match of the season. The locals need
to win this game in order to cinch
their hold on the championship this
vein, as a loss would mean a tie with
Ellard BIock, New WestmlnaW, �� C  I their -������opponents.    We'Ltmlnster   wlll
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Insurance
Prices
Boiled Down
to the
Lowest Rates
Tin. rea-on why I am able to give you insurance at better rates
Hup yoi can get elsewhere ig because the companies I write for
are Independent and not under the heavy expense others are In
maintaining thu big Insurance trust nor do they have to pay several commissions as I wrf!e the   business  direct   from  the com-
I will positively guarantee to save you money on your Insurance, ot wlll not ask you to give me the business.
Enquire  for  rates. *OWP7. '.'�� ISRufc-F^
i
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAIL^ NEWS.
TUESDAY,
SEPTEMBER
MILLIONAIRE WORKS
WITH PICK AND SHOVEL
Never Been to Civilization
Since Locating at New Jerusalem Camp Years Ago.
Seattle Sept. 7.���A few days ago
the cl .. rn Nome, Uaska, was sunk
by .in announcement, which wiUioul
an explanation sounds quite simple
.,ud commonplace, lt reads as follows: "John Grosth intends to lake]
a holiday. He will visit the Alaska.
Viikon-l'aeiiie Exposition In Seattle
from June ls*| to October 16th, 1909."
.lohn Grosth is probably one of the
most remarkable men on earth. Certain!} he has aeted in a way thai no
other man on all the continent of America  would have acted under similiar
NOTICE
TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed
?150,000 the un
150,000 Council of ti"
���,���,,... w ii be received by
,,���   behalf oi    the'
Municipality of Surrey,
150,000
] 50,000
200,000
100,000
September 9th inst., for   aeptem
' tl 1C ion of the second section VANCOUVER
Accord  road,    from    the,
ac- i
of t"   Ii,m ,     ,   ���
Llve,  road to the upland, to
cordanc  with plans and *peclflc��tlona
to      seen al my office.
The ,,        .   loei   not  bind Itself to
lowest ,������ any tender.
.l.lil-KT .1. HILL,
N,.w  Westminster, Sept, 2nd, 1U08.
ynopsis     of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      .Auy even numbered section of Do-
clrcumstances, The story has its nn-1 ,i_inkm lands iu Manitoba, Saskatch-
man  Bide, too,  an.l  illustrate-  anewj^^ ^
$&**   a.   frontier  country   like   Alaska,
has many  odd   characters   within Its
borders. _.. -    ---  *'*'?
and Albftrta, excepting 8 and 20.
uot reservod, may be homesteaded bv
1L5 **
r 1 toy parson who l* tbt Sole head of a
4_!'J
Notice to Contractors
When -Nome was startled seven or
family, or any male over 18 years of
rfB,/..;": ::_���;;,:,;,,  ���**������������� ��� ������ -
~�� -* ��� ';;:':,,;.:;:iM_;,,r���ri;;":,;,,"'����� ��
He
sub-
,. ,   ,  '    ������.,   heen a Uomluiou Lauds Agency
hearing coun..*:,   which has s nee been ^ ^ ^.^ ^  ^^  .^
named New Jerusalem.    It is on tne   ^ ^ ^^   ^^ ^ ^^ my_
Solomon river and within forts  mues | QOWeverj  be made  at an  agency on
of Nome,
dse   in   the   north,
Like   everyone   else   lu
Gorsth searched for gold. .-Vncl like few
others,   his   search     was     successful
from the lirst.   Within a few months
he   struck   it   rich,   and   In   a   year's |
time he became a millionaire i
Thai was seven years ago, and ever
since Grosth has become steadily rich
er. But tfvei'y morning, just the same,
he shoulders his pick, goes to his
mine and works his eight or ten hour
shift. And yet in the banks of the
north   and   of   the  United   States  are
.tertain conditions by the father, moth
sr, son, daughter, brother or sister of
in intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
jf tbe following plans-
(1)    At least six months' residence
ipon  und  cultivation of the land  in
c.ac.1 .year for three years.
(2) \ nonie-iteader may, if he so
Jasires, .perform the required re*U-.
Jeiice duties by living On farming
iand owned solely bv him. not less
I than eighty  (SO)   acres  in  eactent, ln
mn in    n,i,i    i v    ��� ..    . .         ~
great piles  ol  the yellow  gold    that j the vicinity of his homestead    Jolflt
BtaUtUb his naffle and thai Would open  Ownership in land will not meet this
to him the treasured things of Aim.-  requirement.
lv, m the older world, would    bus      (3)    <J the father <pi motaer, if the
".���. ���  m luxnr.   such as the kings of. father U deceased) OL a no.nesteader
..;.,h-.,  hundr6d   years   ago   did  not nas permanent residence on  farming
���        ftlj  tha| tlme he has not innd owned solels   by htm. not less
',,,��� ��� ,,,,, torty mnes to Nome  than eighty  (80)   acres in  extent,  in
" ' .;      d;ilv expense8 do the yictolty of the homestead, or up-
(">'    "'���   '"'"   ,       '        h,lim.,h     >n  a homestead  entered  for by him
nu, nm ���v,���  ,2 which, for the north ^ ^ homesteader may
land, Wjierj office boys gel  $125 and ^ ^ residence duties by
$150 a tnmiM,. is extremely low. at 1: tathpr (or mother)i
vet Grosth U not a miser, for he hast _  ~^^m^
contributed  largely on  several occa-
sions  to  public assises.    Himself
the only one 1"' ���-,i"1*i.
Uu, he is coming out at lust to spend
(4)    Tne term "vicinity" in the two
i. ��� preceding  paragraphs  is   defined    as
iiis mild. Who knows what disappoint
ment In life he may have mei with,
who knows what has caused him, a
ihiiii, . .'������ '.I deny himself pleasures,
B .' .-. i. iti ver it is. br mi;;lu have been,
- now pa-st, and John Grosth will be
meaning not more tUftn nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road allowances crossed in the
measurement
(,">) a boniest, j 1 .��� Intending to
lerform nis residence duties in ac-
tordance with the a ove while living
;vitb parents or on farming land owned  by himself must notify  the agent
one ,,!' those presenl on June 1st; 1909,, r-0]. the (jjStrict of Buch intention.
, Seattle, when the presidenl of the     Six m0nths' notice In willing must
I     ti I States will touch a gold    uttonjjje given to the Commissioner of Do-
I Bash across the contlnenl t'ne
electric spark thai will open wide the
Maska-Yukon-Pacific  Exposition.
HABEAS  CORPUS  ACTION
POSTPONED ON LEGAL ISSUE | tor.
minion Lands'at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
\V.  W,  CORY.
: Deput>  of the Minister of the Interior.
N.  B.���Onauthomea publication  if
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, marked on the envelope '-Tender for Construction," will
be received at the office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental
Railway, at Ottawa, until twelve
o'clock nomi of Thursday, the 20th
day of August, 1908, for the work required for tlie construction, in accordance with the plans, profiles and
specifications of the Commissioners,
of the following sections of the Transcontinental Railway, viz:
(ll District "C."���From a point designate,! on the plans of ihe Commissioner's near Weymontachene, in
the province of Quebec, 196.38 miles
v/est of the north abutment of the
Quebec bridge, (such point being on
the boundary between Districts "C"
and "D") westerly for a distance of
a&out in," miies. Dale Of completion,
31st December, 1910,
(2) District 'C��� Prom a point designated on the plans of the Commissioners, about 107 miles west of
Weymontachene, in the Province of
Qui ee, westerly to the end of tie
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway O'lii-
pan; 's contract, a distance of about
111 97 miles. Date of completion, 31i��t
Decern er, 1910.
(3) Districts "D" and "E."���i*ro. i
a polnl designated on the plans oC the
aissioners, being at the west'.a
end of Fauquier Bros.' AblUbl con-
tract, In the Province of Ontario, m a
wesl rly direction for a distance of
aboul 104.24 miles Date of completion,
31st December, 1910.
i 11 District "E, ���From a point 4e-
signated wi the plans of tho Commissioners, about sixty miles west, of the
easterly boundary of District "E," in
the Province of Ontario, easterly to
the end of Fauquier Bros; contract,
north of Lake Nepigon, distance of
a ove 100 miles. Date of completion,
31st December, 1910.
(5) Districts "E" and "F."- From'
a poinl designated on the plans of the
Coinmissionens, at the western end of
Fauquier Bros.' contract north of Lake
Nepigon, iu tlie Province of Ontario,
westerly to a point at or near Dog
a distance of about 120 miles.
aa,i witnessed and be accompanied by
an ,,, [,iej cheque on a cnartered
.,,,;;., , f the Dominion of Canada, pay-
,,.;.. to tlie order of tlie Commission-
,.,... 0f the Transcontinental Railway,
, lows:
,-.. gee. No. 1, District "C".
(.01. gee. No, 2, District "C".
Foi Sec. No- 3, Dist..' n & E"
..-,,; sec. No. I, District "IC" .
3 ,. No. ���",, Dist. "E cc F".
p0    ���:��� ,���. No. 6, District **F".
\,lV person whose tender is accept
ed shall within ten days after the ac-
mce thereof furnish  such    additional   approved   security  as   may   be
required  by  the Commissioners;   sign
contract, specifications, and other
documents required  to  be  signed  by
the -said Commissioners;   and, in any
,,,     of refusal or failure on the part
of the party whose tender is accepted
to complete and execute    a contract
with the said Commissioners, and to
furnish the additional approved    se-
. . Ity  within   teu  days  after  the  ac-
rti'iauee of   lhe     tender,     the.    said ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
cheque shall be forfeited to the Com-i JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
missioners as liquidated damages for Manufacturers of
such refusal or failure and    all    tun-'- Wrought   Iron   Gates,  r-ences,   Crest
tract  rights acquired  by the  accept- Inge, Balcony Railings, and
ance. of the tender shall  be forfeited. Fire   Escapes.
The    cheques    deposited    by    parti'.
whose tenders are accepted will be de    - ueuiTUINP
posited to the credit of the Receiver BLACKSMITMINU
1 General of Canada as part of the se-
curity for the due and faithful performance of the contract according to
i its terms. Cheques deposited by
parties whose tenders are rejected
will lie returned within ten days after the signing of the contract.
Attention is called to the following
clauses in the form of contract:
"All mechanics, laborers, or other
Iiersons who perform labor for the
purposes of the construction of    the'
Canadian Pacific Railw&y ^
���rltlsh columb.. CoMt..
Service. *"*���������
TlMt I
SKAGW
Princess
ABLE
'*vY ROUTE
ave.
^^^^���   -ance
"'��� ;-   and ���::
V1CT0RIA   8EATT,
^^^^   ROUTE. TTl*
Prince .   .
p.m., daily, except. Tuead
'     Vunco
VAN��OUVER-.V'CTOR
'ttftj
ROUTE.
l\ O. Box  474.       Tel. 53.        Ri**
Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
Princess Victoria leaves'v'^^6
daily excepi   I , \^<
stl-amer ,:i:'; p.mdaii
Princess  il-,..
cept Wednesday, ! **������
VANCOUVER-SEATTLE R0U
'''""��������� I     Heave
ia' wdMoV,
General Machine Work and
Office and Works:       B
Tenth Street,   -   New Westminster Quat,sln::c.a|:s
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
you   want   to    enjov
works hereby contracted for, shall be|across the continent
paid such wages as are generally accepted as current for competent work-
pie n in the district in which the Wvik
your    trip
Scenic    Railw..     of
Travel  by the ^^^^^^^^^^^
Vmerlca.
Through Dining Tourist and First
IS   ieing  performed,   and   if  there   I*' <'���'���--  Sleeping Cars
no current rate in su-h distrlet, then
a fair and reasonable rrite; ami, in
the event of a dispute aids.us as to
what is the citrrfnt or a fair and reasonable rate, it shall be determined by
the Commissioners, whose decision
shall be final."
������This agreement is Bubjeot   i-o the
regulations now    in force,    1U.  whlch;
may at any time hereafter be In fora
during the consf.-iiction, of the works
hereby contracted for, made under the
authority of tho Departmenl of Labor.
jand whicb are, or shall be, applicable,
I to such Works.';    (The    schedule   of \
minimum wages & termini i upon by .
stud Department will form part of the;
conl ract).
"The contnactor .-bail In conm n
with the whole of the s iiii work,
far as practicable, use onlj material,
machinery, plant, supplies and rolling
stock manufactured or produced ln I
Canada, provided the same (an be obtained as cheaply, and upon as good
terms, in Canada as elsewhere, having
Eastern Express leavee" at 7:15.
Atlantic Express leaves at l7i-��
For further particulars ana rcserva-.
tons apply
KD.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
'or to E, J. COYLE,
Asst   Genl. Pass   Agt.   vmcouv^r.
SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODIaE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
Are held in Oddfellews' hal! Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock.
Steaini i
a.m. daily, exct
tor SeattlJ	
On Sunday    i ,    .   .
for Seattle rta .    i **������
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA   R0UTp
8.S.  Trad, i   ,..      .      ,. ..      '
; New Westmin: t,-! every 1 .,...,
Leaves New
nesday.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE, ^*
j 88   Teei
,     Leaves Vii '   I ;c j
'.and 20th of each ^
! MosqtiUo lln rts,.
'of each month w,'
! ports; 20th ol i . b - ��� ^
;' ������'d<wl
VANCOUVEK-NANAirviO ROUTE
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouvei   i   ifl jj.m, j*.
except   Sunday      ,i ^anali
7 a. ni.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.       NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE,
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.i
rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves  Nanaimo   - -5. a-'l
arrives Victoria il p, m.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN ANDA, LUNO,
"     it ETC-
>*'      S. S. Queen City.
Ftfl'm  Victoria 8  p.m. every '���-._-(
day, form Vane iuvi . '.?: aboil
1 and Intermediate .    ::-���',)
Vancouvei  ^i';'  ! a   eraooa; VktoM
Monday mornini-'. v! i L lysmWi
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
Leaves Van-
every nion b
UP  Hn
Iieaver��� B
From   New   \.    tminster Mon4|
Wednesday and
From Chllliwa
and Saturday.
'���sen
i.:;.;��.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first and third Tues
day In each month. Vlsltinc
brethren oordtally lnvltfd to ntten 1
l>3ilpe room, A. O. U. W. hall. Odd-
ffliiw-s'   block,  Clarkson  street.
For   reservatl
or ad iresi
FO
���*-. , nl   ' ���
':,- i"_sll I
its
this   advertisement   will   not   be   paid   _  .   ^^aaaaa^^^^
j Date of completion
1st   September,
In supi chambers  Satur-
Ur.   Justice   .Morrison  granted au
injuni ��� Ion  againt I  thi   Qrm ol  Devoy
av Owens from cutilng alder or hem-
-.    ���      toi      ii.-     purposes     save
ling  ski I  io ids on the northeast
tlon  13, township 2, of
1   -��� ct,     The   lease    from    P.
.,    ��� i it to cutting ti.   and
dar.
epafed to grant
       ... r     reiurnable  In
I ������   ,. ���       [oi   .-:n.'. ,i  Chinaman In
oh foi    ellin     opium to Indian��,
til thi     eonimlti menl     Im
��� r, an i pi i lyltted H. L, Bdmonds, I
,,  i,.,.ii,,i foi  the applicant, time
to Bubmil  reasons why the writ must'
be returnable ai once If a habeas cor-;
pus order was issued.
It,' Nellis: Application to have;
���, listing iities. Order to refer to
registrar. G. E, Martin for applicant
Coulthard vs. Sinclair: To settle
judgment order, settled. (!. F.. Martin
for plaintiff and E, A. Jenhs for defendant
Tenders Wanted
Public tenders are requested for the
Westend school. Plans and specifications can be seen at the City Hall.
renders must be made on form sup-
*jl*X^^^^^^^^^^^^^
(0) District "F,"���From a point designated on the plans of the Commissioners at or near Dog Lake, In the
Province of Ontario, to a point at or
about mile 2.6 west of what is known
as Peninsula Crossing, by alternative
routes as shown on the plans, a distance of a. .out 23.76    miles    by    t lie
on spicilicalions ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
a cheque for 10 per cent, of value of northerly route, and 24.13 miles by the
contract must accompany tender, the southerly rout", and the selection ol
same to be forfeited ll contractor re-|the route to be al the option of tbe
regard to quality and price."
The contractor shall conform to the
fire regulations adopted by the Commissioners, and also to the laws and
regulations respecting flres in the different provinces wherein the work is
being  performed.
The right Is reserved to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P, E, RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Ottawa, 18th July, 1908.
Newspapers inserting tliis advertise
ment without authority from tin
Commissioners, will not be paid for it
[ COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O.F.
��� Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock. In the small
hall, Od llellows' block.
I
,    J   -    ���'���'
iut Oen   Pi ie    -
i. W. TR    P
Qfneral Super ���
Mail Service
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES, I
.\erie No. 20��� Meets every Tue H	
evening at  S  p. tn*. in  the Eagles'
hail,    Columbia   street.    A.   Clark,|Dispatched by C. F.
W.   I'res.;   H.  Scholle'.d,  Secretary. a.m.;  close ti:ii".
 '    Sumas and Seattli
daily
,���   ���  iin .,:
1:111
.    : intlMtefl
THE ROYAL TEMHLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m.. in Oddfellows'
bail, Columbia street.
lUsesJu accept contract, Tenders musl
. e iii i be hands of the secretary of
the school i oard nol later than twelve
noon, Friday, llth of September, 1908.
i.io, i si or any lender not ni i essaril..
accepted.
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretary,
Tenders
NOTICE   TO   PLUMBERS.
lenders are called for the plumbing of the uew West End school
to"w Thw. B. Salt (deceased): For (house. Plans and specifications
letters of administration. Order. H. can be see,, at the C ty Hall.
,.. Kdmonds for plaintiff. "- '���'������nder*  ��"�����   ����  n,ade '��*  ^\-Z
In re Hall (a lunatic):    For enquiry,  plied and   as  noted  on specifications,
of   irooerty.    J.   R-   A cheque for 10 per cent, ol value or    __��� ___  ,	
Order   for        e P ������ contract  must   accompany  tender, the  ers;   and   before submitting  any   ten-
Grant for ex,c��'      ' aire* same to be forfeited ir contractor reader,  bidders should  make a    careful
11 "' ^^m ---���* *  "-*���-* ������' examination   of   the   plans, profiles,
drawings and specifications, and road
Commissioners,    Date  of  completion,
Isl Sept, mber, L909.
Plans, ,if,itiles and specifications
mr be ieen In ibe office of ibe (Ihief
Engineer of i he Commission b at j
Ottawa; also in the oil ices of the following District Engineers, viz: John
jAylen, Acting District Engineer, North*'
bay, Ont.; T. S. Armstrong, Nepigon,
Out; and S. II. Poulin, St. Boniface,
Man.
Persons tendering aro notified that
tenders will not he considered unless
made in duplicate, and on the printed
forms supplied by the Commissioners.
A separate tenuer must be submitted for each section.
Tenderers shall not be lu any way
entitled to rely upon the classification
or any other information given by any
person on  behalf of the Commission
Choice Meals at
Central Meat Market
Corner Klghth St. and    Fifth Avenue'
PHONE am.
BOWELL & ODDY.  Proprietor*
tions. Order made accepting $655 fuses to accept contract. Tenders must
cash for property. J. R. Grant for be In ihe hands of the secretary of
plaintiff; \V. G. McQuarrie tor de-' tlie school board not later than twleve
fendant. .noon, Monday 21s( of Sepi ember, liiOS.
in re Ida Pauline   cedarberg:    For Lowest or anj tender nol necessarily
letters   <>f   administration.   Order, ll. accepted
L. Edmonds for plaintiff,
Wlngfleld vs. Rand: For cancellation of lis pendens. Application refused. \\*. G. McQuarrie for defendant; Adam S. Johnston, acting for W.
N. Hole, K.C., appearing for plaintiff.
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretary.
TI'J
VT        ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
the forms to be executed, and fully In
form themselves as to the quantity
and quality of materials, and character of workmanship required; and
are understood to accept and agree to
be hound by, the terms and conditions
In the form of contract, specifications,
etc., annexed to the form of lender.
Each tender must be signed and
sealed by all the parties to the ten.ier,
���ON-i OF  oCOTLAND  dENEFIT AS
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. ball.   Chuf sv. SutheriaAd.
I.   O.  O, F.��� Royal  City   Loag.,  No.   3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. G. E. Gilley,
N. G-; C. E. Osborne, p. c,, recording secretary.
rOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGL No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meet.. Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month
i In K. of H. Hall, T'dumiila SI., at
8 p. m., white Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday In each uionih, biinit
time aud  place,
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.
I include the Union I/idge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L O. L���
No. 1150j L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
F., Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Ow'b, Nest No. 29;
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modern day coaches nnd buffet, li- j ���&S8alOra
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Brio" &o*����r nu WsrtiingfotCu.
Millside  No.   1, ::',
day;   Sapperton   No ���*|
Sunday.   -Malls receh  I
Dispatched by B. C   Electric ralW
Co., 0:30 a.m.
Vancouver, No.   I,   lallyeK'P1^
days.   Return mal '      "^
Vancouver,    * "l
Lake; closes al ;":;'' 1
cept  Sunday.     R< KC*
at 6:83 p.m. ..,��
in.patched by C. !'��� �� '--:u;: '"*
p.m., mall clo -        " ' Jl
Calgary am! Van. ��� N- ���|
P. R. lirst mall). Re
at   10:30 a.m. ,
C. P. R. NO. 2, 0 ',
of Lytton, except Aga
Harrison    Hot    Sprln      **>
junction, Lytton, Poi
Haney going on W
Sapperton.  No.  2;   M';'
Coquitlam, dally exc<      s': "
turn mail received at l0:3�� P'
Dispatched by oarrlei  i-   J     -
vTlmberlaml, Sua"  erry B��
days and Fridays.   Return   0
ceived Tuesdays and Friday*
i1,.
GENERAL AGENT,
yac Second Atenuc. Seattle, Wush '���
Trade Marks
Designs
.... Copyrights Ac.
AnTOtio.milling*nketrhnnd fl��-��rr!ntinnm����
Bmottlf MOSTMun <���ir oplnliin freewliMlmr ut
liivenllnn ll probi��li]yp��l<;nliihleAK<',,mnimiin��.
 ii.
rtjoelvt
All down river polntB via
Vancou1*
except Sunbury. w,,dnesW�� I
Sunburry,     Mondays, I
and Fridays;   leaves 11 *-^ ^.
Dispatched by carrier, i:��* ffl.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyier, 4P
To southern    points,   ����
Sunday.   Return mail U P-   '^
Clayton,  Tuesdays .and ^
Mondays, Wednesday i. ami      ^
Tynehead,    Wednesdays an     ^
days.   Return mail received 1
and Fridays. Sl3^:
Dispatched by G.N.H. train._     ^|
Cloverdale,    NicomeU'.    ^  ^
Hazelmere,    Hall's    Pra    '��� ^
cord. BJaine   and   Seattle   ��� ^ (1
in   Washington   and  soujn,
points in eastern pl!���te^ '
cept  Sunday.    R��t-.
at    8.30    p.m-    V,ru,c "d
and SftturdW*.
d��IW .
Return maW J^ rue-*
BER  8.   1908.
THE DAIL\  Nl \Y>
PAGE SEVEN
V
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YOUR
BUSINESS
NEEDS
HELP
.       - -
���
Advertisi
(.OSTS MONEY
���'.-;.*���*
��� Sfoops        ..liiiiniiiii   Homfistcad
Kugulations.
R&YAL
A .      .
in thi
1 bla. n. .
who
any mal
. exten
,, ms Ian.Is wi'h-
., Brit -h colum- -
, lad '..> anj person
liead ol :i family, er
. us of age, to the
, a tei   section ol  160
LICENSE PROPOSED
FOR AERONAUTS
jvt
Too much money is spent on useless advertising
bv citv merchants every month. Many columns
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral m the end
would be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
Ik
acre.-   ... re
Enl made personally at
the local land office tor the district in
which thi land is Situate. Entry by
proxj ',... h * ver, be made on cer-
italn cu,! tii ., by tbe father, mother,
son, daugh er, brother or sister of an
latendUg homesteader,
Tbe homesteader I.s required to per- ,
'form the conditions connected there
With    under   one    ofthe    following
1 plans;
(1|     At least  six  months'  residence
! upon and cultivation of the land   In
each year for three years,
(2i if the father (or mother, if the
father Is deceased), of the home-
| steader resides upon a farm in the ,
| vicinity of the bind entered for, the.
I requirements as to residence may be
|satisfied by Buch person residing with
the father or mother.
(3) if the settler has in- permanent residence upon farming land own
edby him iu the vicinity of his home-
stead, the requirements as '" resl"
deuce may be satisfied by    residence
Navigators of the Air Behove Time Has Come for
Permits to Be Issued.
.; -_zc_x_-cx-"r
EVERYWHERE^
TOKONTfi
,QWT._
Notice
Washington, Bept. 7 Vctua ��� i by
the death ol Charles Oliver Jones, al
Watervllle, M>'., on Wednesday, in
falling trom his airship, the Boomer
mm. leading aeronauts gathered al
Fort  Move-,   to witness ibe aeroplane
tests  are  seriousl.   discussing  th"e  a,I
vtsabillt)  of the enactment of a law
which would tend to prevent accidents
of thla  character,    It  is proposed to
make ii Illegal tor an** one not hold
Ing an aeronaut's license from a recog
i nized aero club to make an ascension,
I Aero clubs have been formed In nearlj
twentj   cities,   and   nearly all   balloon
ascensions   by    recognized    aeronauts
are made under the aegis of the Aero
Notice Is hereby given tbat thi  V.m    ..,���,, ���,   vmerlca     In order to uphold
Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
goods the merchant has for sale.
TELL the story of your store offerings to the
public early in the morning, through
the medium of Westminster's morning
newspaper.
The
DAILY
NEWS
*) upon the said laud.
Six mouths' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dom
Inlon Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
apply for patent.
COAL.- Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rental of $1 i��er acre.
Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to one Individual or company.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. COUY,
Deputy of tbe Minister of the Interior
Department of Agriculture
COUver Power company, Limited, has
this daj deposited In the Land Reg -
try Office at  the Clt)   of  Now  Wesl
minster,   British  Columbia,  the   plan
md  book of reference of the Wesl
mlnster-Chlillwack Rallwaj Extension
from a polnl al or near        one and
tW0l   city  block   four  in   th,   City  of
New Westminster, to Ahbotsford pass-
m, thfough    the    Municipalities    ol
rej    Delta,  Langley,  Matsqui   and
I the   townsite   of   Ahbotsford   in     the]
| District   of   New   West mins. er.   being
Btl0B   one, two  and  thr if  said
rallwav, aa shown on the said plan ami
approved .and sanctioned by the chief
commissioner of Lands and Works for
{the Province of British Columbia.
Pate,' this Tth day ot August. A. D.
A.B.^CK.
Solicitor  for the Van**, ver  Power
Company laiu^'|r^.
the dlgnlt; of aeronautics as a science
and to Insure its progress along cor
reel   lines,  ll   Is propoeftd that theee
be given power to issue Ucen e
to aeronauts.
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Sale of Government Quarantine Steamer " Earl."
b
We
from
print
one
ads.
line
ranging   in
to   double
size
page
SEE OUR ADVERTISING MANAGER fOR RATES
.���:'���"'.
.
Tenders are Invited for the pur-
ch i ' of the Oovi rnmenl Quarantine
Steamer "Earl," lying al the quarantine Station at William Head, British
Columbia.
The Bale will *>���* Blade for cash,
The highest oi ���������* ten lei wlll nol
neoes-a ��� I
Bealed ti d ',--��������� ��� I I ��� I ���< to the
undersigned and en Ioi ed 'Tenders
for Purch i ������ of Bteamer "Earl," will
e received al this offb . up to Tues
day the l-.th Beptembe . 1908, al 12
o'clock  noon
By order,
A. L. JARVIS, Becretary.
Department of Agriculture. Ottawa,
7th August, 1908.
N.B.���Newspapers in .erring 'his ad-
I vertisement   without   authority   from
the Department wlll not be paid for it.
MAIL CONTRACT
mutt v��<#
ujilimiwi*
ITS NON-tMAj)
ftttt-M***
ill
FOR SALE BY
&C0,
CHEAP BRIDEGROOM TRIMS
GUESTS TO DIME DINNER
'Coffee   and   Cake"   Entire   Menu     of
Wedding Feast Consumed in Swell
Cafe���Cost Exactly $3.20.
Astoria, Or.,  Sept..  T.���During    tli"
t'orenoou Of thy secoud day of the recent, regatta a well dressed  man e-u
tared  a Commercial  street cafe,  and
informed  the  proprietor that  he w^
to be married early in the ��Um*noon,
and desired to give | $e��|dlng dinner
to thirty-two persons ft. a 8'clo<5k'   h\
first bw was told that the rogattit ru?h
of visitors would interfere with BttQh,
an  undertaking, bul  he insisted lhal.
he be given the accomodations,   and
the proprietor agreed to accomodate
him.    A  table,  beautlfull)   decorated
with flowers, was arranged and special
waiters assigned  to  it.    The  groom
had  said that  all would ordei   whbtf
thej arrived ai the table, and al  the
appointed time, wheft tip- partj    had.
seated themselves, the host  ordered
coffee and cake for them all, which
thej took one hour to consume, The
bappj husband then gave the much
chagrined proprletoi  $3.30 and left.
i
A Hardman.    A. James.   J. McClughati
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl*
PROFESSIONAL.
WHEALLER,    BARRISTER,  solicitor,  etc,    42  Lorne  Street,
opposite CrJurt Houst., ftew Westmin-
ater.    Phone M'!.
A.
IF
YOU   WANT  A   HOUSE
YOU WANT A FARM
YOU  WANT CUSTOMERS
YOU  WANT MORE CUSTOMERS
TRY
A SMALL AD.
A DISPLAY AD.
A LARGE  AD.
A LARGER   AD.
The other fellow wools whotjp tavern has what youwaol
get   in   touch
use space in Tne D
To
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ally News
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SEALED TENUERS addressed to
the rostui i-ti'i-fcn'i.ii. will be received At Ottawa until noon on Friday.
I the Second October, for the collection
or letters on a proposed contract for
fouf yea''', from tha proposed Stre��t
Lett-** Boxe.3 in the City of W��w West
minste*. from the Posto_J��Mf��Gen-
oral's pismire.
Printed eottoes containing -tsfttttr
Information1 as to condition^ of pro-
poSed ContraW may be seen and blanU
forms of TandVr may be obtained ai
Cost Offices of .���"< w Westminster   and
stii'iperton  and  til   '.tie    office    of    the
Post office Inspector.
,lO!IN   U   .IRKMNFIELI).
I'iwI office' Inspector,
POSI Office Inspectors Office. Van
couver,  B.C.,  2l*>t.  Align, f,   1908.
WHttfE_.t_.__ & EDMONDS, Barrl.-
teffl ami --ollcltors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
\V. J. Whiteside", M. L. Edmonds.
MfvIU'lN &  McQUAIltllE.  BAltttlSi
ter*, solicitors, etc.   Offices, Sew
Westminster,   Trapp   Blook
ClarkSOfl snd  I-orne streets.
cot-nei
SUBSCRIPTIONS  COMING   IN
FOR  FRASER CENTENNIAL
The following donations have been
received so far towards the dollar
subscription collection for the Simon
Krasor centennial    fund.    The    News
win acknowledge any sent to Bxhlbl-
j tion Manager, care of City Hall, and
a separate account will be opened at.
ono of the banks. Donations will be
weloome at once as ibe monument is
already ordered,
Duke of Norfolk  $9.00
Miss Ktaser I Hamilton)    1.00
jj, I_. Gosuell  1��IJ
E. S. Peters (Praser l..-^)  . .
v ,:. MoKay 	
W. H. Kaiuy  ��� ��� ���
(!.   A. ."rasflr   ...   	
Simon   FfflMf   ...   ,,,   ,, ,   ...
Judge Howay   ...   ,,,   ,, ?
Mrs. Howay  .   /,,
A. W. Mclyood	
H. L, Edmonds 	
W. .1. Whiteside	
GBORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, oulchon block, Colum-
���in and UoKanzfe streets. New West
ai In ster. B. C.
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SKIN  IS TRANSPLANTED
TO SAVE A  SUFFERER
F. HANSFORD. Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
.!reds, New Westminster, B. 0.
w
an
See Our
Ad.M
For
Rates
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor,
Curtis block, (Ilnrkson street. P. O.
llox  IR9.    Telephone 64,
Comes
Newspaper
Advertising
Best
From   Toronto :
Tho Reuil Merchant Association of C-.ur_.ain is �� levelheaded
organigram, tt a recenr. meet-
ta! a,M,,.aci* iA*��rt_Mas *m
MKWsed md the general opinion
.. nembars was that ne*ws-
moer advertising was the best, and
Ingram md '-ther advertising of
-. ,    -uaas waa almost useless.
ii
:
 leaitt'"-^**
I: Grand Trunk Ry.
'��� \! Excellent Train Senrice'Betw��w"
; Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tirn" Tables, etc.. aifflress
Trains & Steamers
Walk. Walla. Sept. ?.���After more
than a year or Intense, suffering B. B
Powell,* travelling salesman, win
*M leverely burned In a stage wrrtck
in the mountains of Oregon, under
went a successful operation in .he
Walla Walla hospital today hy s��n
grafting,   m all t-v've   gr��ta   were
taken from different parts of his bedy
and placed on the affected parts. T.he
patient
rapidly.
reported  to  be    linprovtnc
GEO. W. VAuX
5*^^M#*^4<
I  Assistant Gen'l Passer-o'cr ����nd Ticket
,   '    Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chic*KO, III
C PR.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7:15, 9:3"i,
17:25 and 19:35.
Arrive at New Westminster 9.20,
10:30, 18:35 and 20:40.
Overland express arrives at 10:30,
and 20.40; leaves 7:15 and 17:25.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 o.m.
i.v. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 pan.
o.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANnOUVIR.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
0:50, 720 and 8 a.m., and every half
tour thereafter till 11 p.m.
V W ft ��.���VANCOnVtBR
Lt. N W. 3 p. m. Hi t.U p. a.
Lv. Vaaeevrer S4�� ____>_. and 4 p.m.
Strikers Spill Milk in Street.
New York, Sept. 7.-Strlklng teahn
st..,s of a dairy company gave the fte-
liverv man In charge of a wagod -
severe beating today. Today in other
sections of the city many wagons w<jre
Captured dt.rtng the early hours eld
hundreds of gallons of milk were tp-
set into the streets.
Mathilda Pulled Off the Sand
Hoqnlam. Sept. 7.-The Norwegian
..  ,11.1,.    ���i-i-i.  .......   oahAre
steamer Mathlnln
which went ashore
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TUESDAY,   SEPTEMBER
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"FANTANA" EXCELLENTLY
STAGED AT OPERA HOUSE
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
never cakes. The sparkling crystals
keep dry and full-savoured to the
la��t.   Of course you use it I
San  Francisco  Opera Company Scores
D'Stnct   Success   in   Production
of Light  Musical Comedy.
Lid Loosened at Kansas City.
Kansas   City,   -Uo.,   Sept     7.���Ai'tei
I,elng a "closed  town"  for more than
seven  months,   Kansas  City yesterila..   a
��� Every House Should Be ���
a,    _i_    .
X Supplied With a Small X
I Kit of
���
���
*
Tool
EXAMINE OUR
LINE
San   Francisco  Opera  company
e congratulated on the production of the pleasing musical  bOmedy
'Fan an i" al   the opera    bouse    lasl
evening, to a large and very apprecla- J arrived late at night, having received
live  audience.     No oue  expects   plot   a quid tip that  tbe saloons were    to
in  light   comedy,   but     iiriyht    son;
prettj  dresses  and  successful    stage!
effect all contribute to make this
most charming    production,    With
Went back  to  US  n1'-   ways  and  theatre ���-.   cigar  and   .-roccry   stores,   pool
I halls  and  other   places ol    business
weie open.   Governor Joseph \V. Folk
| reopen.    At    midnight    the    governor
said he bad fottnd no violations of tht
law.    Judge   Wallace    said     thai     111
would  iiisi.-1   upon  the  Indictment  o
a all offenders.
lively aud attractive chorus they
score heavily. Like so many oilier
similar comedies the scene Is laid In
the land of the 'chrysanthemum    and
"Uncle   Josh   Perkins,"
"Uncle  Josh   Perkins,"   the    great
coined.   success,  is   down  for  an  en
UU-      l.lilll     ,"       '"'       a"'. - .      , ,. _
i    ,   ,,,,.���i,,,.,.    gagement  oi   one  night   at  the  Opera
the cherry  blossom, which introduces  ��� ,,,,*���,,
^^ second' House  on   rhursday    September    10.
nie I lire  foi     tile
itchy
ANDERSON j
y LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA STREET.
New Westminster,  B. C.
���
We Have
ALL KINDS OK
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
an effect ivi
scene.
"Fantana"   possesses    very    ca
num,its.   and   thej   were     well     sung
last evening.   Fortunate in the assistant of a bunioi
The play is built on original lines and
is said to be presented by a brilliant
company, who make the most possible
oui of every type of character enact-
ist like Teddj   Webb,led.   while   buili   largely   for  laughing
. ,       ,,.    , , .      ,.���,]   purposes,  there  is enough  pathos, nu
With  a  succession  ol   new    J'.-,s    and ���
il-e  man   interest   und   thrilling  situation*
joki S, and with a leading lady
Mabel Day in the title role, the success of the performance wa-, assured,
and this is by no means a piece in
which two or three principals overshadow everything, the leading mem-
unfolded   to  suit  all  classes of  men,
women  and   children  too.    The  forthcoming engagement of this company
will  doubtless attract  unusual atten- '���
I tlon from the playgoers of Xew West- '���
hers of tbe company all working with|minster
a will to sustain  Interesl    from    thej
time   when   the   curtain   rises.     Miss
Day's  manner  Is    most    captivating,
and there is a congenial task for her
in "Fantana."
Eugene   Wiener, as  the    lieutenant,
scored  a distinct  success, and ,as  the
Marquis  Kioto, ,1. Russell  Powell  has j
an opportunity given to use his    tine j
voice.   Everj  member of the company i
wo rks harmoniously to mark this as!
a noiable addition to    the    local  an-   ^^^^^b
mils of musical comedy, aud to show i
bow picturesque garb and staging can!    Having  been  crowded  out of  busi-
be fitted in with music and song.   The , ness. 1 offer for sale my whole stock!
ml    all  a"11   equipments,   Cameras   11-14   nnd i
J. Newsome&Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
I
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
NOTICE
chorus   is   cleverly   drilled,
goes to make up a pleasant evening's
enjoyment.    Tonight "The Toymaker''
will be the attraction.
THE   FERNIE   RELIEF   FUND.
COHXISH'S  STUDIO.
City Voters' List
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters
,   Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
8-10, Stamps, ami two view o-T and
11-11: Lenses Voightlamler 14-17 and
half, Harlot 8-10 and Derogee 8-10,
back and head grounds, mounts, furniture, stoves, burnisher, trays, Hash
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ lamps, etc..   etc.    A   large  assornwrnt
of    Picture     Frames    and     amateur
Editor Daily Xews. mounts.    Photos  one-quarter  off   for
Sir-in   your    paper    ol  Saturday{balance of this inonth.
morning, re Fernie relief, you said l
j h.ad a  cheque in my hands for $469,
whicli is a mistake. 1 did not say that,
I  said  there  was in    the   Bank    of
.Mon: I-,:,;   *l_:s,   and   to collected	
about   forty  dollars.. Neither    did    1
promise your reporter to send ii    on      Notice is hereby    given    that    th'e
I Monday;  i .-aid I inti nded to send the  voters' list for the year 1008 has bei n
amount that was in the bank al once, completed, and that the same may be!
and would not wall any longer for the  seen   at   this office   for  thirty    days;
amounts to he collected. i from the date hereof; and any person
By publishing  this correction    you who  shall  claim u_   be added   to the
.will oblige 'said Voters' List, or any electoi   who:
M. SINCLA1K, I shall desire to have any name eia-eil
Treasurer of Fernie Relief Fund, therefrom, must prefer his  or her re-j
P.S.���I  shall  publish    a    full    state-  quest   in   writing,   signed   With   dis   or
ment in a  few days of   tbe   amounts  her name, and shall deliver or cause
collected and now disposed of. | same to be delivered, to the City Clerk j
M.S. ! within   the  time  hereinbefore    sped-1
lied.
Xew Westminster, Sept, 5, 1908.
LANGLEY
160 acres   at $13 an acre.
You can make 50 per cent on your
money before Xmas by buying Ihis.
Cit-
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
Clerk's Office, City  Hall.  Xew
Diamond & Corbould,D
ominion Trust
Building
I
REAL ESTATE
l Westminster. Sept. 4, 1908.
Week - End  Excursion
TO
CHILLIWACK
S.S.   RAMONA
will make special trip on Saturday,
Sept, 1-. for Chilliwack Race . leaving II. C, E. Ry. wharf al t'>y'." a.m.;
returning leave Chilliwack on Sunday,
Si pt.  13, at   7 a.m.
Chilliwack will be reached about
12:30, giving visitors ample time to
see this famous valley in its very
busiest.
Fare  for  round  trip $2.50.
Chilliwack freight only will be accepted on this trip not later than 6
p.m. on llth inst.
H.   WHITMORE,  Secretary.
Farm Lands
City Property
General Insurance
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
I
I
Bargains
Every Day
At Morey's
40 piece Tea Sits. English China,  $4.50 to  $20.00.
10 piece Toilet  Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NEW  things  in  china arriving
every week now.
Conic aud see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
An Excellent Array
of Ladies9
Ready-to-wear
... Clothing
i
��
In our Big Ready-to-Wear Department. This Fall's latest arrivals e filled
the place to overflowing- and you can be sure of finding here the most com-
plete and Stylish Stock SUITS, SKIRTS, COATS, BLOUSES, Etc., hichit
has been your privilege to see for a long time. We invite you to come jj
and inspect the new clothing. See how it is made; pass your opinion on the
styles, in fact you will have to see it to appreciate our claims for selling
high class clothing.
The Suits for
Women are
Most Attractive
The new suits are sure to please you in more ways
than one. The prices are sure to appeal to you
after you have examined the general make up.
Notice the quality of material and the perfect workmanship and finish.
Plain Broad Cloths, Venetians and Striped Suitings are used mostly.'
Suits from
$18 00 to $32.50
Fine Broadcloth
Suitings
Women are naturallj planning
about what material to buy for their
fall suit. In offering this suggestion
regarding our new broadcloths, we
know that you could not do better
than choose a piece from among the
new showing.
Our broadcloths are German made,
and are thoroughly shrunk, and the
tinish is permanent.
We carry two special lines
of th^se Broadcloths, at
$1*50 and $2.00 per Yd*
in  a  nice choice of shades  in navy,
brown,  green,  cardinal and   black.
We recommend them as the nicest
suiting procurable and gaurantee every
piece.
New Hair Rolls
.lust in by express, IS, 20, 22, and
24-inch Hair ltolls, made of tine
sanitary hair, in light, and dark brown
Shades and black; each  ..20c, 25c, 30c
New Assortment of
Souvenir Pins
Consists of .Maple Leaf Brooches,
Stick Pins, Beauty Pins, Hat Pins,
Sash Pins and Veil Pins, etc., in a
variety of designs and colorings.
About the New Skirts
For Women and
Children
Hundreds of po, ulai new - ���*
Skirts are now here to eleel from
We carry only the best mal ''-'���
you will nol find an Inferior skirt In
our whole range.    We ' ���'
ally of out-size skirts fo   women and
children's skirts.    All   size
The Latest Neckwear
Novelties
procure   thi    newei
In
i.    io-    Nei kwear as so P08*
i,U  ait.-r production.   Just boh  here
is   a    great   demand     lor   wide nee*
ruchlngs and embrol ���        "'������"'������l*
tli,   former we are aho. li
oarrow ruchlngs of Nei   ind CM**
tii
embroidered collars in color
in   white,   black   and colon
��� .r     i lei
as white,
Visit    the    neckweai     ���
soon,   as   these lines     '
ont   quickly.
Neat New Patterns
In Blouse Materials
They are the same old BervC
I    1-kaTltP..        "*-
materials,   such   as     LUHJ-K*,.
LA1NE,  FRENCH FLANNEL, tit-
^^^ new a"-'
LIE;   but the  patterns
attractive  in  many  ways.
IVr
.40c, 50c,  60c to
vard
$1.00
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
We Close at 5:30
3 Wc Close at 5:30
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