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��AYUlSiff ^^MJ^STAH �� OBJECT     HMStfranOi   ^��������     BUSINESS IN EERNIE
��� Inventor Ex-*
.    .lini0n That Con-1
:..  ..-.valuable.
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tl -     re 11.
i    wife,   son
.  i a*h the citj
rom S) okan.
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Ml ��    IS
, vening,  but
;. -  opini ni
.    ��� -
which    is
��� ���
I ' '   ���������������" ll1"
��' M     Edison,  In
reference to   Spokane  and
Horny   Handed   Sons,   of    Toil     Make-
Merry  at   Smokefest  Given   f.
Purpose of  Raising Funds.
Mi.-:.
. .. i',..,:   I.,.;' -.,-        ,., lew
ii,,.,' in.. Lhe Wesl mins te   trade!     I
. ...n :., monstrated Lhal
.   livi   and . ��� I .vi   body a:  the
._     , ..nee: I      laSI     e. elili: _      .
.  ,, .    .      ..       bt     ex
H    '���   Stoni ...      ...    been   nooi
���     '   _ .lie    t.i     I I,I      e-   IC
rhe  Ea     -   .,������ .   wa��   wel
.,ini ovei    .���'   tickets wen    i      .    .
I at the doors
i.  .. esl -ni. ,.: v  rions kind - ��i  i      Thi
��� bi . as the mus i   , oci eded, the  ;>,,
attraction being a starring com
. Peardon-
: ;  Is   Dead
: [eart.
ir,.   - -   .iled in:
.... iing-
.    N. cape foi Family'
���   ���   Only to Givi
���*-'.  tc    Fertile    Valley    of
.    |      ��� .      '-   ver.
After Bern-. Dry Since ���] Ire,
Citj is Once More Placed
Wei List.
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a      ���      .... ......       .    . ,e     ^
eing in   ��� ��� citj  ���
Ni       ce in **  . ,     .
���   appro. ti ... ���
tish ai at con   Hon
���  ��� ������������,���  ���   against the gran"!
g   of
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 the      ������ ��� .
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>.-_.  to have beenjtak*        d   with     th,
.... ... let, li   -���   oal    ' *��� Wtle
���- ,W,���auU���n,,���r���,�����,     un.ni ���       ������ ' "   ''";' h��M*n"'        ;" '       "
Ution  between  Frank Peterson  and   lng
billed  to  meel   the local  man.
i breach' was filled !..
The
.. ,    . ......     .   :       ... .   ihe baby had
 n crowinti-.    Whether  ���  \isit to
m*A  inlo  the  lush to see tne result i t*i cn �����n   ,,, oamj, ft" me �������) ����-
Pete Smith  whoij  '  '���  ' a country can be arrang;,
r7_.tenrob.em which ��ha,  aty I ��reacn ���8 '   \]*     ' \ ��� _ ! Th,  .      om    Sapp* e remains to be seen,
i.         '                                  ij                   announced   aa   th<      i .n... him   ,,,, t cotamisstoner from
mon with Nelson aald:      , ,,,���.,,,   round    bout    was      ,. . ���  '���     ��  tn
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j il of   the   world   and
It   will   lake    the
I;. . ���. ! in  the construction  of
H concrete    construction
nnot evi      ���   attempted by anyone
a practical   engineer    who    is
������ the work.
I       .      | bi nothing but concrete
.   lUrse  Ol   a   tew   years.
. . g   experiments   In   my
t .... and expeel shortly to make
I i wiiich 1 will build a concrete
t lete, in  one  day,    i <io
si. howevt r, to go Into the
i will -merely pioneer the
eave the work to construe
ing and A. Weils Gray keeping   lime.j t)l,....  ,,���. ���.any yea, ^g
Both  boys  gol In son,,   useful  blows  ff4f,   md . .,   ,
with the .cloves, bul tbey took things  .���,, .;.,.    .,. m ,nrn hls ���ntimel-   ��� ss
easily, the objeel being merely an ex   pa     v..    : hag
In ���       , ti    aboW    an
-������    aided   V.\
n^ _ ^^ lived in th��   dis ,      .��� , ws   got attder con
hibition.    Peterson   vows  his  willinr   V 0v vars, and bas hunted itrol
H REBUKES FRANCE FOB
UNG WAR IIN CHURCH
ness to meet Seeley on anj future occasion.   Another capital Item was the
Scottish   dance  Of   A,   MattheWS,     and   j
r.earlj everybody with a vola cn
Iributed to the harmonj of the evj
lng, such an opportunltj bringing oui
the tabu's which lie behind the men
who work with their hands. Among
the outside assistance was ihe excellent accompaniments of W. Prjer,
jnd the songs of ii. l'aiueii Keary.
Si-mil Ing   wns rcduc .1   t., a mini
mum,    the   , bos, n    delegate,    u.  A.
stoney, explaltVlnfe the objects <>f his
mp the repp ��� nl i
there ever      eason
The  accident  '���
���n    broad
An inan.-..  on the * ��� b6ld
.   -.     ,.       ernoon   i   '     ��'    ���''  :"'-
,   |, ��� ���-���   '1,v'"1-
The funeral   ol   P -  ���  ;"   '"'    ,M,''P
today,  a  caskel    having   heen
,\ up vpsterda;
.   hi '
n   ���
8KEURTON found
Supposed Crinie bf Twenty-four Yearg
"']     Recalled by  Discovery,
-    ti,,   ;    todaj reai b pilgrims who owne
iresentlng
. a  ii,,.  jubilee anniversary
ordination ai  a priest,
made a lengthy Bpeech,
the     ��� ' -"Ciu    situalion
I   ,              m France. He said:
daj   will  never  come
vhich ber churchei   be
the  faithful  shall    be
ei  _���   .!. '  ii..  coun-
,.  . whlli   the hoi,  sae-
.,���   |  tn  Proti   t on  Ens-
Ini, and       ���   he holj water is hon-
.��� the Btreets ol London,
U   trampled   upon
-,.. lng   those   who
on God to ihe detriment
i.i  I n.   an.l   a mo 	
Mv. s 6! the unions who addressed the
11 ������'"���'  "'    '������'""l   WMe   XV    l,'"l!       '    ���      clearing land I'm the purpose
"*     T'   Turnbu"     l"''!i'<�����,���'-'*    D'  .,,     m   Lhfi  vicinii.   ol
Rogers and E, Berry (barbers).^E.J ., , .;���������
nine    wm kiiu n    uni ..���>��� I    a   male
lod only a ft w Inches he-
in,     -��� ,..    ���,,.,,  I.ami
bnlldlns   a - imily HveS   il  lh<
. , , ��� thi        .'��� -- premises, xv'
ended yesterdaj evi i;
thind  - -    -      afely, and no   causi
can  bi   ?lven        ihe   conflagration
The bu   '       " ��� ��� '��� beldttgB to A. M.
.a,....,^^^    Hemng ...     through   Malins,
,x   ,    r;, . B,jcottlWi    :  '*-   ' *'    Insurance existing
on   | and   furniture.    There
u m the Bre had had
,  ,. . , ....    headway,   the
���   tamil:   would    have
,���,,��� ��� a theii   beds, as   none
. oused by the
an
��� ���  ������ daj  staled thai onlj
could be ,-iven. on Sept, TV.
has again senl a mi
tht   Int< rests of the ,"''"
*i., thi s should
their plans,   it is to be ho ��� ���
hai   the  appeal  will  have  some sue
cess     Pi iding  an  answer,    arrailge-
'������ li reception will nol be
. ,i
CHILDREN Will PI AY
FOR HOSPITAL BENEFIT
!ohnBtone    (typographical),    CMarh
Feeney (gtreel railway), J. McMurphy
i plumbi ���   ������
j    wood    (bartendera)
TARIFF   REVISION.
i
Harrim. n Says This 1= Now Six Years
Ove1 due
Ant'ici  of  "The  Pixies"  Coming  Here
tc  Train  250 Juveniles  to  Produce   Musical   Comedy.
| ,llnllllcl.a _ jneiith  lb.   Biirrace.    From all  Bl   ' |
Pero'y Rushton, Joe Meehan and E. r    ,,���,   , ,,     had  b en    lylhg    ifl
Darcj   (musician I ial     o Ition   toi   mai
The  chair  was  taken bj   ll   Bcho        ,       ��� impossl l<      ���
. M   ln the absence of the president,       ,   ,:   . .       ,        identity   o
,   i' Randolph   wh., towards the end   ,    ,,,.,,, ���mn ... mad,   by old timeva __
ijahletpu in *n appearance, Thel,  ,.,���     [o , .��� Is    laid  .  usive 1,
;,ini,,.,.   responsible    for the.    ���,���  ,,..      . .     eat inj   Wllwaj   lines    	
"    ',,���., r   Feeney'. chairman tvi, ���   ifl !    ��� '"   llnancla   situation has
C(' ;,,,���,',,,.���.;,',',,  on   *he ,.'S������      - ���   "" -    'I
tat) I   -    - "    ��� '    l;   """
i i.i,       i Ived in Ul
a.,.
In   an   i" ���     ; ll    ���**'    H '
,  ,;,   3 that 1 HI    '"  tt0
Is
ONTARIO U!MB_HMENB	
PROPOSE REDUCING CUTl' .,.'*'.,'
��� cured, ; ho  inatie
^���______^^H
Impairment     of     Trade     and      Large
Stocks on  Hand  Reasons Given
for   Suggested   Remedy.
POLITICAL  INTELLIGENCE.
ancouver  Convention.
.    _. t���, i������,-e   bavin- heen   injured I la *t_4    donsiderably.    Mr.    Harrimai
.     -    ���: " ��� ;   ; ':;
:������;";-   :' ::. ^�� : ��X*^TZ^ ��. -
 ' ' '  ���,   ���    ,.���,, was- "    ffairs might easli,       :     	
M  could    be -,    servative n b possibly *oud
r waa nnally droj    have Bufflcleill  interest   to'come
I'""   ZL    ui    wing He lapse ln  favor of tariff  revision and    that
.Tr.       "     ���              be believed the   Utt   ��    have
(t}BUnlfteJj      ,      . ���,   HjjMjfl ,���  or s.ven^year
atscJosufes    will    be whet,  other financial
I made.
i ..   pixies     will be al   the opera
.       .      ., ';,   ,n.i   _t   un li i   thi
direction ol v\. A   Milne, thb ahtl
iu v. blcli 26C children will taki     ���
all drawn from this Ioi ,:i'  . the pi*o
i.. .,, he 'oi   thi   bi " '"    01
ltoyal i Olum ilan hospital    Mrs. C. \
Welsh Ib the head ol  the ijbliimltti
ll  ' '  :   '   ���        '   !i  '���    ��� Ol     till       I'''- ll	
leal sals    lehce  todaj   in    St.
Vndi ��� v    hall
i lile  Well  iitmi n fairy  coined'   h is
,,.ii preseb i J Ih  ever-   pari ol  Ihfi
ll   it��i stati ���   lti Cana la   Qteal  Bri-
- .,,  ,,,, i  the   ..ustrallau  i tatfis     I oi
foin " en  .'"" 9 the autlioi  has   bei n
 :  amateur   pre   ������
latl a -'ll the lal-gi i ;,; -������ with remarkable sudeess, _*lklfes, gdbllns
itisi     i, monkeys, fairies, BdWer Kirls
  n .-mh.
v.v ���       on  t^ge
 Klk rivi i bi twi en 111  to*�� n
and \v -     I '��� oi ���     ng cavor-
,.���  ������    so I   i leted
ibe -v,.   icro    C -��� k, al the south
"i   the  '.own.  will  be  replaced.
A  ii'-io   . ulldi'ng   ha    been   eri cted
near thi   d >1 foi th.   C   P. T<   com-
mercls   h office, and the Instru-
��� ���!!���- which were Installed in the coal
my'S   office   immediate!.     after
the fn''. have been  removed  to the
l ��� nv.ses,
.   *vTethodi8l church has received
a donation 6f $ihi.ii from the Masse;
���   Toronto, towards the erection
..,���".   building, and il is tli-' iiven
tion of the  congi egatl   .      a
handsome brick structure to cost  in
the neighborhood of $16,000.
Vn eiTnri is being made to find qttar-
ti rs ror the hoidlu ; i _< the
public school, and 11 is expected thai
 idatioh win be seeuved so that
thi    school   <������"*  I ���    ' '���."���.' ni d   41     an
. ��� ���
IXIIIBIIION HIRIXTOR.
H\NTIEIISIH_TIIPIM
Naders In  N. L. U. Series Want    to
Plnv  fer Minto  Cup  Instead   of
Exhibition  Games.
The     poildi       th 1
i ai j  01 the   Ci cttinsi hs i lull  *> Ith -1
 ���  th   lacrosse games in   < -
hi itioii   week  BhOws  thai   th        :-������
(julte willing to Si ti' ���- ti am oui tl i
if satisfactory financial arrangemehl
can be blade,    Naturiill-., the letldfera
of tlie N. L. I'. want to play for   th"
Minto  cun. bul   the ('".ci    bus    Heeh
pointed uul again that the B. C. senior
lacrosse schedule does nol  finish till
��� it.��_~
id a
*.   moiiKex s.   um ,     ,   ,,
!,,I,,,|M"1 "    "ilil'eaierepve. |^j "[,',   and  H   would  be  impossible
' ���      *ta,a       ,.|........
changes
ago
were
...    ,, mver are
._    convention
Dele
., o were < hoe60
the ..,,..  -    most
...      ��� ���    a ...j  can-
.    .���  ,   . ,1     I'm      ..I
, : '.I
o_y Two Papers.
i ..ui   M'
.       .   I   ���
.;. ��� ,���   Censer
.,.  ...     . ,....!��� formal an-
..,    .,;'  ma  sale    t"
re.
WMUngton, Bepl ��       '"    "
M  to tie state department Uirou
Z rmen   hi         '     '   |
[tl r,   0 ���'���'���>   ''������'���   '
,,,,,   ,���, accoum  of   tagn
s ' ��    '
��� ���'���   '*
Tbe cu
,v re, an
.i.iailei-   tl.au   IO   th
am   ol   prneral
.,.     ... * '    a   '   "
efficient for all demands
The redBCttoo In the .ar. dimn
���;, eh-
New Archbishop of Victoria
Is Popular in His Diocese
���      	
.
iTty priests, Victoria twenty-'',, tr   i , I
Yukon   about     twenty,   ni'isi     of
,,i  Obi ites.    Although Hishop DOn
���nwlll s    diocesp    contains    no    more
than  25,000 faithful,  ye; the  develop'
t   of   the   i iiiircb   has   been   rapid
sented lh the cast. It. abounds in
,,i, tui fes of beauty, ami Is full of
good, ���. iion-'omc, rollicking fun. lt
| contain-  forty   music,.!   numbers,   em-
braclng solos, duets, trios, tpiartettes
jand  charttses,    II   tells   tbe  story    of
the kidnapping Of A _ifeepltl|S f airy by
;the   wicked   llolililis.   a   teniflc   battle
i between   the  SoblihS   and   Plsies.   the
final  defeat     of  the BObHU8,  the  !'���
storation Of the slepiiiiic; fairy and "���,.
Ill��������� '  ities of the prince ami
Queen.
to defend the cup tinder the circumstances squarely with Alex. Turnhitll
and Qeorge Rennie on their way to
l.ncUind   with  the  Olympic  tett.ii.
Mayor Keary, who as mutineer of
th" '-hlhltlnn, has carried on the correspondence, wires again to Toronto
to s'atp that exhibition games are
wanted.
uresent in  Komi     .      "
.      ��� ���
I    Press
.'....:.  :::���",��� ���>.�����.��-^
 .., ""'-���'< ""*���	
���   ....���������  ,.,.,���,������.-.'.".... *m
���      *���'-''���^:::'^J;:;::"',:::l,::
L'MERICK LEAGUERS ARE
ASSAULTED  ON   PLATFORM
,      ,.   ;Moned  would  mean i churctes   with   resident   priests
Aa
at
Tiie Asiatic Question.
i i.e..  Liberal   camli-
J icouver  will make, himself
,    .       . at t.he big [Jb-
. . ��� da,  at 8 p.m.. city
.ver.
Sir Wilfrid Makes Speech.
Sepi      -,. -Sir     Wilfrid
.    . i, caupAtga
 mon,
Bordm Opens Campaign,
Bwa        N    -,      Si pt,   -.    The
���i   -   county   to   the
r^^H hundred, vs-
"'Men   deliver His
��� n aimi Is four throngS  WW
.  irepatetlon Fot
lei-Moiis.       Tlie
a.ie   a   brief
beater   election
el  advantaKc fo-  American
who ship lumber IO Cana.'...
CONCERT.
Wn0m   Permit^Ban,   *H��  ���
at Crescent Tonight.
'    -rh,  ia.  op- air eoncert ..r^'
,^,n wiil be Kiven ��   *��*��t Cr��
WM """"? U\^77\J^^ schotdfi  for  Indians, one college,  one
;'"""^;.s,minsler  to   EM    *#**��> *<*&**'> *'" orphanage and. a ^te-
i.  .    i_^th'i   resi una tion my.
vrehhisllop   (..inns    ino's" ia;Q7
niteali, is heiievedtoba^: SiJWfl    bis    consecration    in    IW
.  onnor.miitv of  making BlshOp Dontenwill has done much    to
'. ',ir,iv^ for Borne time place the seal of success on ���*>- *���
r.- all
...	
,v    Ig   tO   i
i.aislied    1
,]!,.   ,'liiinc;e
SftWcastle,   LimencK.   Ireland,   3< I
.     j meeting of the Llmerltk league,
laj   In connection  with  the
i���.von's   estate,   resttfted   in
flomia scenes   arteing   oiri   <r_   'he
rlvalry   iieiween  the   foiiowers  of   Mr.
William .1.  O'Brien,   Nntionalist   M.   P.
for Cork,   arid   other sections  of    thc
,,.,,., y     rt,e i.latform was demolished.
;;nd Messrs. S. .,. C. Wynne.    T.   M.
KfJf(>     m.    .royce    and    Michael    S.
��   ,   , Flavin, all  members    of    parliament.
T        !'   ,,,-e -issaulterl  and   received    severe
the work . ,,     ,ov(,p suf.
fell   ^^
growth ol
Vancouver
to
the! commenced     by     his
predecessors,
no
uul
HMDil  will be gwtn *   ��� l0.lng,    rallwd :llJml���p,iration,
cent Wa eve,u��g, weataei ��      ^ ll,.lllUom.H��� inciu
A splemliii pmsram of m ^^ ,���i������lu,���l of IHrltlsh
tions  has  beeu arranged
master  .1.   W.   MM   * J'
-n���. p��gram  wm ..   Bl8{M,dl
Vlarch.   Sons of.he Brave,
Girl.
Band'
il etui's
bim,
follows:
10   ,^riS;;o,^^ation.n!f,���Herboure^    and    Dur.ev.    and
7;      facilities for  c- -doubt, his residence in Vancouver w 11
' * enable him to more efficiently grapple
with problems resulting from the
wonderful growth of coast immigration. Westminster city will be the
loser for his genial smile and sunny
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   own
He
was born at Bickwlller, Strasbourg, in
1857, was educated In Belgium and at
���ien rhe island,
1,1,1 :""      *. in no i undivided juv-'iwfiys had  endeared him to hi
l,l!ill��P ^^C    maSand.    Some 1 pfl)pl0 and Outsiders    as    wel.
the   northern
Rupert,   was
isdictlon  over
|wmttt�� ago,  however,
mwlet in the melee. Mr. .royce suf
,.,,.,, ., pad scalp wound. A large
;,,;l,. of police had difficulty in restoring order.
Lord Devon is Belling. ��#&>* tw
rrlsh land aci, some 35,000 atft-w of
his propertv in County Limerick, practically everything tbat he own*, there,
except his cattle and park.
i n 11 rmiv/./.d^^^^^^
vocal solo seleeted. 0
lion   ���'Triivitorft,^^^^^
i,,ic    'Tedil,'   ������rt-PlBnWi
medley, "Poputts Honga
miuvb.   "Hafter   �� '"'"
mnsV;  GkJd Save ni" K'"'"
 _.     .       ,.���.,      (Ball'	
diocesan visitations, is vigorous    and
buoyant as when first he    came    as
priest to take charge of St, Louis col-
counts \\fjg..
ri ���Wii��'"nB '��� aelw    ]'l.ftctH*   "n(l,'r  lne. 'I'lTn-nd "in   time I piborlous journeying   connected
.���.,u,     .harnctor-   ,���,���,���.  ^ca.-apostolic, and i
Vt't'li'. .__...  ii,   h��_   nritanl
(1J1!Utonl|t.his section  will  be jg^J*"    *
uMackie):|dl00eSe  giving a fourth  suffra.an
iPfleda
the archbishop.
The   Westminster   diocese
NARROW  ESCAPE.
Watchman  on   Restless   Rescued from
Drowning   in   Praser.
-   watchman    on    the
������lion    g.-ive-uineiit  tug    Kosth-
������ ���   ��� I    drowning   in   the
I ' ��� .......      ,,., ,,,.    ni,u.
o'clock yesterday evehlrfg,   eing res-
���   water   with   difficulty.
_6c ��� tn      ,,r now   tho  acci,len-     tiap-
pinci  vary, buf  the most  likely story
i�� t run   /., i-ez.  who  has  only  been on
ihe   boat   a   shovl   time,   was   walking
along  the  sble of    he  imirket   whaiT
when he  missed his footing and  fell
into the river.- Tne splash was heard
by several of the crew of the Hentrlce,
which  was moored close by, and    an
at'oni],!.,...!-, j-esoiie    was    Immediately
made.   The watchman was discovered
IcMugtng to a pile.    Ile managed    to
grasp   , ra ���- thrown to hlm and with
'this   math'   his  position   secure  while
bis  rescuer.,  were brin.cing a boat to
his  assistance.    After   being    taken
AhOftrd, Zercz was pui    to    bed    and
cared for until he recovered from h's
imnrersion.
Nelson Fruit Fair.
The sixth annual Nelson fruit fair
will be held At Nalson on Wednesday,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 2i:, 84, 25 and 46, four solid
days of slK'it-seelng, education and
amusement. Thia year will surpass
all previous fair*.
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P.AGE TWO.
THE DAILY NT.WS.
WEDNESDAY
SEPTEMBER
\
End of Railway Strike
Said to Be at Hand
C. P. R.  Company and Employees Drawing Together
For Purpose of Settling All Differences���Rail way
Willing to Make Great Concessions
to Men.
I Wanted-:- lost -:-found
1 for Sale ���:��� to Rent -:- ftc.
Ifi-W
Sales of Lands for Delinquent Taxes in jT
Municipality of Burnaby, Province of B. C,
Winnipeg. Sept. 8.���The striking
machinists of the Canadian Pacihc
railroad tire considering the adoption
of the alleged offer of the railroad
company to take all strikers back to
work at their old iKisitions. Negotiations, it is rumored, have been opened
in connection  with   certain  questions
on which the men and the company
do nol agree.
It is said here that the end of the
strike is in sight, if there is no serious interruption to the progress of
attars as ihey now stand. The company Is, according to the strikers,
ready to make great concession, to
the men In order to have the strike
settled before the rush of the harvest.
NOTHING BUT THE BEST
WOULD SATISFY GOSSOP
Wanted Best Boat Even if
He Was En Route to the
Asylum.
Because he was forced to undertake
the first portion of his trip from Victoria to the asylum at .New Westminster in the Charmer when he felt that
nothing less than the Princess Victoria should have been ready to carry
him across the straits. Waller Qossop,
a man who on Friday twice endeavored to do away with himself in the
police cells of Victoria, made strenuous efforts to remain in that citv. It
was only when entreaties an d even
threats failed and the man was bodily
carried up the gang plank that Gossop was finally landed in the stateroom in which he was confined until
the boat reached Vancouver.
Gossop, along wilh Emmanuel Williams, another individual whose mental condition has recently become
such thai he was ordered to be taken
to the asylum, had been taken to the
C. IJ. R, wharf on Saturday at midnight In the patrol wagon in charge
of Constable Palmer. Everything
went smoothly until Williams became
imbued with the idea that the shortest way would be to walk along the
top of the shed. He was restrained
and had evidently reached a state of
calm when Gossop, on approaching
the gangway of the Charmer flatly refuse l to go further until he was as-
Bured thai he was to lie taken on
board the Princess Victoria and when
he was told thai perhaps such a move
might ��� made he suddenly decided
that Victoria was good enough for
him, He steadfastly refused to walk
the plank and not until be was simply
picked up and carried up on the boat
did he seem to appreciate the need
of Obedience to orders. Both insane
men were brought across to New
Westminster under the charge of
Jailer Allen.
Subsidies  Worry
Japanese
Diet
LOST���Between Sixth avenue and
Timberland, lady's brown leathei
hand bay, containing purse, gold
watch and chain, etc. Finder will
be rewarded by returning to Miss
Conner, Post Office.
TO RENT���Two modern houses, seven
rooms, electric light, hot   and cold!
water bath, separate toilets; chicken1
liouse;   218  and    220 Tenth  street:
rent $16.00.   Apply to Phone .4 179.
TO RENT���-House on Brunette street,
Sapperton,  modern,   five    rooms,
|15.   Apply   White,   Shiles   &   Co-
Columbia street.
WANTED���A   white   waitress.   Apply'
West  End   Restaurant.
I Charles Thomas Saunders, Collector oi the Municipality of the Township or Dial
notice pursuant to tha Municipal Cla,. ,,     i(
of September, A.D. 1008, at Hie hour of two o'clock In the afternoon^ the Mum,,,,:,
a- ...,_ ...  i>���i.ii,. Auction the lant
ms on the 31st. fl
A(.i   L9Q6, and amendments thereto thai on Sat** ' ^
in the afternoon a. the Municipal   li.
"     '' ���'-���    Wo;...,..,,  ,���,..:,���   I*. W*e^.^!!l.rP!r.ty? ' lu the'i
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after set out for the delinquent taxes unpaid by the said persons on tne un day of Dei
interest, costs and expenses Including the Collector's commission of 5 per cent, and the    ,
said sale, if the total amount due is not sootier paid.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.
fihnow, M
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NAMES OF ASSESSED PERSONS.
Tokyo. Sept.  8.���The    amount    of
subsidies granted under the steam
navigation and ship building encouragement laws is steadily increasing
and the question of the amendment
of the laws in order to check a further increase was taken up in the
diet during the last session. The
terms of contract for the grant of the
special subsidies to the European
and American services of the Nippon
Yusen Kaisha expire at the end of
the present fiscal year and the department of communications has been
considering the question whether it
is necessary to continue the grant
and if necessary, what amount of it
should  be granted.
The department is also considering
the amendment of the steam navigation *and ship building encouragement laws.
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
street and Tenth avenue; price.
reasonable., and terms easy. Also,
two lots adjoining, nearly cleared.
Apply to George Sharp, on the pre-1
mises.
WANTED.���Girl .for
work   in   family
2565   Cornwall   St.,
couver.
general house-
C two; apply
Kitsilano,   Vau-
WANTED���Girl for assisting in housework and in attending to two infants. 437 Third ave., near 2nd st.
WANTED���Nursemaid;     apply
(Dr.) Jones, Royal Avenue.
Mrs.
WANTED���School children to board
for next term !n refined private
family. Apply Mrs. E. S., Daily
News office.
WANTED���Japanese Doy attending
school wants work with good family;
understands cooking; wages. Apply
to P. 0. Box 545, City.
WANTED���Japanese boy or girl for
housework, dally. Hardwick, St.
Andrews street.
77iis Date in History
;14 |Manson, Lawrence   	
1H2 |Farrand,  Charles   	
120 |Booth,  Frank   	
122 |Reddie, Wm.  H	
ISO |Bell,  Alexander   	
221   Anderson, Sarah,    Estate 	
353   Rithet, R. P	
35.   Rithet,   R.   P	
362 jRithet, R. P	
442   McGregor,  D.  C	
562a|Crlckmay, W.,   Estate  	
500 jBooth,  Frank   	
594 i-Neelands,  Ellen J	
597 |Curry, William, and
jaMoff.it, Robert and David	
735 j Brennan, J.  R	
7:13 jBrennan,  J.   R	
si7 |Hart, F. J	
992 'Morrison,   T.   P	
1026   Phillips. Walter  	
1244   Wise,   Catherine,   F	
1251 jMcNiven, John  	
1323 jTingley, Mary, E	
1325 jTingley, Mary, E	
DUti JHarris, G.  B	
1347 Harris,   <;.   B	
1.378 Tiilley, James R. and Walter R.
1413 ;Whitney,  W.  J.  R	
1420 IBennett, C.  C	
1428 iWebber, Lionel. H	
1472   Round, George   	
1480 |McLeunan, Alec and Neil  	
150G jTimms, John 	
1507 |Tlmms,  John   	
1549 |\Vestern Pacific Clay Co	
1550 IWestern Pacific Clay Co	
1552   Armstrong, J. C	
155 1 :Armstrong.   J.  C	
1560  Armstrong, J. C.
RAILWAY  COMMISSION
IS HARD AT WORK
Ottawa, Sept. 8.���The work of tin
railway commission is increasing in
volume each year. Last year, ending
June 30, the number of applications
to the board and Its general business
increased by 35 per cent, in comparison with the preceding twelve months.
There will be a sitting on Tuesday
and some days following and about
twenty cases have heen entered for
hearing. Ou the 10th the board will
sit in Winnipeg, where a lot of western matters will be heard.
It is understood that Inspectors of
ihe commission east and west are
keeping an eye on the C. P. R. rolling
stock In view of the strike, but so
far there has been no cause for complaint.
1US7���
1513-
hit:
1737
1847-
1848-
1850
,-',i
SEPTEMBER 9.
William the Conqueror died  at
St. Gervais.    Born al Falaise
in 1027 or 1028.
-The English defeated the Scots
at the Battle of Flodden Field.
-Vidians attacked the town of
Hatfield on the Connecticut
river.
-Luigi Galvani, discoverer of
Galvanism, born. Died Di -.
I, 1798.
-Americans defeated Mexi
cans al  battle of Del iter.
Two hundred bouses In Brooklyn,   N.V..   destroyed   by  fire
-California admitted to the
Union.
-General George B. McClellan
accepted Democratic nomination for the presidency.
FLOODS DESTROYING CROPS
THREATEN  CHINESE FAMINE
Peking. Sept 8.���A famine Is threa-
ened, in the region between tlie river
and the great wall as the result of
Hoods which are destroying the rice
crops.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard BlocK, New Westminster, B C
MILITARY   HERO HEIR  TO
MILLIONS  LEFT  BY   SOLDIER
Berlin, Sept. 8.���Friederich Schmel
a carpenter of Spindelhof, Upper Palatinate, was notified through the Bavarian legation at St. Petersburg that
he is heir to $5,700,000 in cash and to
several large estates in Russia, the
property of a certain German soldier
of fortune named Schmit. The latter
was in the Russian service during the
Crimean war and was promoted to be
a general. He was married to a rich
countess. His heir won the Iron Cross
in the Franco-Prussian  war.
WANTED���Ladylike young person foi
Ugnt housekeeping.   Student at col- j 16gg  Cunningham,   Mary
lege in return  for board would  be
acceptable.    P. O. Box 667. City.
POR    S ALB ��� Motor    launch;    well-
found and fast; seats fourteen passengers.    Apply to Motor , Box   M..
New Westminster.
WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms;   must   be moderate;    near
bridge preferred. Apply Posl Office
Box 732.
17 .unnlngham, Mary.
1701   Mlllor, Daniel. F	
1709   Hart, F. J	
iTl'-v Town. Henry,   Estate
1772 Corbi tt, Mrs. W. J. .
1776 McQuarrie,  W. G.  ...
1793   Allen  James.   C	
17iC,   Alien   James,  i ���	
IT:*:  Alien   James, C	
1803  Allen   James, C	
1805   Alan   J-.iines, C	
1807 Men   James,  C.  ...
1810 Alien   James C	
1811 Allen, James C	
L812   Allen,  .latin B   C	
1821   York. L.  C	
K tate
Estate
VEST MIN STER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street. Phone 366, P.O.
i ix 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help    promptly,    free    of!1826   Mien, James
charge.   Branch office, 107 Cordova ) 's:;s   Armstrong,   Harriet!   1	
street west, Phone A 2750. Vancou-j ���il"1'  Cleland, James;  Welsh Harry
ver, B.C. | VV* and  Ka*',h ''	
 2109 |Cleland, James;  Welsh, Harry
|W.  and   Ralph .1	
2109  Clel ind, James; Welsh, Harry
W.  and  Ralph J	
2204   Ban- Joseph   	
2223 jMcDonald.  J.  S	
2255 JBainbridge   W.  V	
2261!  McKochnie, Dr. L. N	
2264 |Cooper, Alec. I	
2278 j Manson, Lawrence 	
2295 |Todd, Wm. G. II	
2296 [Todd, Win  G. If	
2297 |Todd, Win. G. H	
2298 ,Todd, Wm. G. H	
2299 |Todd, Wm  <'. H	
2300 |Todd, Wm. 0. I!	
2301 |Todd, Wm. O. H	
2i!02 jpohlinann, Edward   	
Ed v.-ard 	
Edward 	
Edward ....   	
Edward 	
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Ma'e  and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEElEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone  431. P.O. Box  885.
Important Notice
Will Come to the Coat.
Ottawa, Sept. 8.���Judge Cassels will
be busy for over a month in the Maritime Provinces with the Marine Department inquiry, and before closing
the investigations will visit the Pacific
Coast.
Lower Fraser River
Freight and Passenger Service per
SS. "Favorite"
Carrying freight and passengers to
all points between New Westminster
and Westham Island.
Leaves Bracknian-Ker_ wharf daily
at 3 p.m., except Saturdays, at 2 p.m.;
additional trip on Mondays, leaving at
5 a.m.
Returning leave Westham Island 7
,a.m. daily, except Fridays at 6 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
at '5:30 p.m.
Calling at Steveston Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
Tickets to Steveston and return 50
cents on Saturdays only.
The plans, profile and estimate of
cost of the proposed permanent ini-
provemeni of Columbia street (including a main, trunk sewer, cement
sidewalks and street paving I 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 interested in this very necessary local improvement.
N. H. McQUARRIE,
Acting City'Clerk-
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
August 25   1908.
2303 | Pol b maun,
2304 [Polhmann,
2305 jpolhmann,
2306 jPolhmann,
2307 JPolhmann, Edward
2808 JPolhmann, Edward
2325 (Morgan. E   B	
2339 |McKec"nnle, Dr. L
2604 JMcFeely, E. .1   and Douglas E.
2670 |Pearnon, James 	
2671 |Sharp, Chas. w	
3237 |0'Connell, Katherine, Estate
3249 jo'Conneli, Katherine, Estate
_2..0 lO'Connell,   Katherine,     Estate
N.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY.
,rovini f Hi'ilisb Columbia, District;
of New Westminster, Group One.
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District
Lot.
29
29
l.,.",a |
159 |
159 |
159
L64 |
175 j
29
29 |
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29
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85       |
91 South
91  Central;
93       ,
93
94 South
94 South
95 North
95 North  j
96 |
97 |
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98 |
98        |
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12  &   13
13 North
13 North  ]
13 North
28  Soulli
2S  South
-^  South
2s South
2s South
28 South   j
28 Centralj
28 Central
28 Central
js Central
28 <'ent tal
_:s Centrdl
2s Central
28 Central]
28 Central
28 Central
28 North
28 North
_-���   North
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90 North
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90 North
9o North
31
31
11
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33
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13
21
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45
46
19
20
Subdivision.
Part 1 lot 14
Part 4 lot 20
1 to 16 (inclusive)
1 to 14 (Inclusive)
EVfe 2 and lot 3
jEVz five acres ot
EM, of EVi of SEVi
2t',
5 1-12 acres
W part N ten acres
11 to  16   (inclusive)
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33 and 34
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l to 5 (Inclusive)
18 t i 34   i inclusivei
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l to i, (Inclusive)
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82 j    22 j
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ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FROM AN"?
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF
PICE.
Next   sailings
Sept. 4 and 18.
of   tbe   Empreseeb
For other dates and  particulars,
apply to
ED. OOULET,
Dated at Burnaby, B. C. this llth Day of August, 190L.
I   _��#,-]
c, T. SAUNDBBS|
Collector of the Municipal!!
V),f BE
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
(or CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passenger., mail,
express and freight connect with
Jtages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information -ipply to
C. P. R. Agent |   j. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manage.,
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two doora from  Geo. Adam*, Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watcnes from 112.75 up
Gentlemen's Silver Watch<-�� open
face, |6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcnea, doubl.
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bond
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.    \11 warranted.
Chains, Ringa, Jeweiry, eic, eta
J. TRAVERS 90
Ali business in this MM
Phone A 243.
Auction sale every frW
en the Market square.
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THI     O * ' LiYslluatlo��.
If YOt' War. a 3I-U" 1908
THE I)ALL! .NEWS.
THE NORTHERN CROWN
^H      BANK   ^^^���
COMPANY, Limited
wholesale
ret;ail
Northern Bank an I
authority of  '���
of Canada,
HEAD OFFICE
N PEG
THINK SEAL. HAVE        VISITOR IMPRESSED
ram��� olean    WiTH B. C. SCENERY
. Tnecry   Which   Induced   Capt.   Balcom
to Send the Schooner Agnes G.
DonOhoe  cn  Long  Cruise.
Quebec Man Marvelled at
Wealth of the Country
Through Which He Passed
I
ertake every de
and
BUTCHERS 11
I commercial i
World.
.mc trans-
; ���   avatlabl*
��� the co ntry are
to, al abb      n mai ked    the
i. , ; mond, Que .
'Although    i
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
COLUMBIA
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lng now.    \.     -...      .,     ipei Ioi
uenl ol tl ���    est building
materia Efered     here.
��� Vani i uver I i and ' Portland ce-
n,i ni. Rosi    , i im
and local brick, crushed rock,
the famous Pltl ake gravel,
clean sharp Band, hard wall
plaster. In fact anything yuu
in , 'i in this line,
BROS.
8    That    th.
of thi   South    Atlantic
iiuth    of    th
F i,  ha. e   migi -ited
. lian i ,,   belief he d   ���"      X|
italn lb afternoon.
!..:n     .      . ��� ���    the       ealing   have    - >���      r.avelli i much,    I    really
G     Don ihoe   fron can p        throug
I, on a Ion .....      noi tawi   ti rn  terrltorl.
expei i  two year . to sealing nol a ested and b ���
"s untouched  for nearl;   a een '     real  plains as far as the eye
    Should th,   venture In the In-  '       -��� ���   were covered    with    golden
...,. successful the sea grain,    which    extended    tor
..,,ii v; ienl there and the   kin    mile   and miles and miles,   it was all
etown  for shipment,    it   a m tonishing as well as a splen-
��� tin' seals have n turn   dl to me.    And on    all      I It
, l to theii    .'<i br< e ling ground     at wi earl      e. Idi need    the '     i at
i- . .    . the Indian ocean be found  weo        I the ������ va i regions,   i     had
nsound one, the schooner will pro- thought  of ranges us barren thin
ceed  ',,1 the former around-  Bouth ol   aa   a   veritable  desert    bul   as  tai   as
N'ew Zealand, the whole cruise being   i could    ei    bei i   ol cattle   and   of
iu the nature of an  exploratorj   vo;        -  ���      ������      vt I  le.    And   the
...    a-,   ",   beginning  of,the nine-    v4n  a   fat as butter, while the
,...-;,.     ...   American _ealers made  were In magnlflcen! condition
cattle
horses
cati   '    In iiii' Indian ocean, 1 ut
i  1820 there havi, been practicallj
,trhi- there, and no effort made
ate ;i),  seals,
Choice Meats at
A CRATE
The Last of the Season
I   lllllC'l
Central Meat Market:,,,''
TME
Public Supply Stores GEOprA0*AMS :
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster.   B.  C.        P
hone   92.
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Are you satisfied With your present condition or
opportunities ?
Systei
Small Sj
jmatic Small Daving's
talents, which now yield you a comfortable    In-
-.i!  sutm. day   lose   part  or  all   of  their    earning
.������i-    Then  you will need other capital that do.    nol
Bank of Montreal
ESTA HUSHED 1817.
CAPITAL )1 ..-K.O.OOO.OO
RESERVE        911,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  lu   London,   England
Nbw  York, Chicago aud  SpoKane, D.8.A., and Mexico City.     A Oen
eral Banking  Business Transacts,
.ij-ateri, of Credit Issued, available *��! tl   com In all  uartu of tie
World.
Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits   recel n{ Jl and upwards
and interest allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present rate,   added
four times a year.
-"..tal   Astets over  9168,000.000.00.
,.,.,.   WESTMINSTER LRAN.  I '*���   D.  BRYMNER.  Mana*-*"
Corner Eighth St. ana
PHONE   370
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietor*.
Tenders
NOTICE   TO   PLUMBERS.
The Irrigation  canal  near C ilgarj
Ing rapidly built, and will make
a  great   change  In  thai   fruitful  sec
tlon.    I was two days al  Banff,    and
went  all around In everj direction, li
i - ;i beautiful place   most Impn a live.
The hoi   springs are   supplying    the
hotels  with   100,000  gallons of  water
n,I  i    found    these    waters,
���h  are medicinal In  their character, quite warm nnd pleasant.
Fifth Avenue      "The descent of the mountains was
absolutely thrilling���-wonderful ���   mag,
niticent.    Mount Stephen, Mount Donald and the Cathedral mountain were
nil very noble specimens, nnd the last
named exactlj resembles a cathedral,
j us If II was   haj ed tor thai very pur-
pi   ���      And  then the winding:- in the
line, the loops, the gorgi b, the rivers
I mi ning headlong down I eslde and be-
: low  u-;. and the greal pe iks towering
over us !    II  wns ��� v,Tithing that was
wonderful nnd thrilling, and    I    profoundly  pity the ni;m  who can    tal.e
plumb-
Bchool
-mall sum deposited every week or month with
"The -
FLOUR
ROYAL BANKV CANADA
a com-
(j tnitjl and Renerve Incorporated Total As~,t;ts
$8,290,000 ;669 $47,400,000
.vitli Interest compounded quarterly, provide
in.cm.  for your obi age. ^^^^^_
ONE  DOLLAR    MAKES  THE   START.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
Westminster Branch.      F. B. LYLE,   Mgr.
CO.AL
'ennsylvania
Hacksmitns
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS U PRESTON
���Phone    105.
P. O. Box   345
FI: fPM STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH.
STREET LETTER BOXES
1 endei _  are called for thi
I  tii,'  in".,     Wi'st     End ^^	
house.      Plans    and     Bpecifioattiona  this eventful journey unmoved
can    be    seen    at    the    City    Hall.  .���.���-
Tender i i ������������ bi ma le on form supplied and as noti d on Bpei Iflcatlons.
A cheque for 1" per cent, o! value of
I-. ul racl 'u i i accompany tender, the
o ��� forfeited if contractor rein      to i i cont ��� act, Tenders must
i.e in ihe hands of the Becretary of
the school bo ird not later th in twleve
noon,-Monday -in ol September, 1908,
Lowest or nny tender nol necessarily
accept) d,
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretat
QOOKSLEY'S
Picture :
'Phone   ios.
NEW WESTMINSTER POST CARDS
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manaractartr* and D.ai*n w All Kind, ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door��,
. Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
F ARMERS^TTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
j ._____��-__
j Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
I T.i^i ..��� *_!__..__, Westmin.
AR:-:
now  ON BALK AT
M    MOREY'S   STAT.ONERV  STORE.
j   G. GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, and
F   MACKENZIE'S   DRUG   STORE.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 18t>.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
nny  part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Haulim
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Thursday, Sept. 10
���
I
THE  BIG  FUN  SHOW.
Uncle
Josh
Perkins
Singers,  Dam ers and  Comedians.
An  Everlasting Success,
See   Uncle  Josh  at the  Country  Fair.
! WATCH FOR THE BIG PARADE OF
THE HAYSEED BAND AT 4 P.M.
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I Electric Railway Service
:,...                         City Line:    Cars leave tram *
lnterurban   Line. '    ���
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every half-
Hour from 5:50 a. m. LSrt
car leavee at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:80.)
m
!
Cars  leave the depot    every
twenty  minutes   for   both   Sapperton and city limits over the
J   city line,
i
City Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min
utM after and forty minutes af-
t-r, commencing at 6:20 a. tn.
Sapperton Llnet Cars leave
nt ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the  h-our, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Bervice  halt-hearty between 8.30 a.m, and 11 p.m.
\ British Columbia Elcctric H*- Co" U* j
I Telephone 12.
New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
What They All Say
"I didn't know we could
get such good work in Westminster."
These are the words of one
of our customers (a profee-
slonal man) when we delivered a new lot or
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THF. SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Following la the com] '��� b     list   ot
.  ..     oxi -.. together with theii
 nerlcal   llslghation:
Bos  No. Sit.,ution.
I eighth  Avi .  and   I un'- ' Utll  Bt.
_    Eighth Ave. and Eighth St.
I   Si venth  Ave,  ami  Fourth  st
I     Si\ii. Ave. aud  Third  Bt.
Blxth Ave. and Sixth Bt.
,,   sixth Ave. and Ninth St.
,    aixth  Ave. and   I'welfth St.
s   j i.iii Ave. and Fourteenth St.
9���-Fifth Ave   and Fourteenth at.
LO   Fourth Ave and Twelfth Bt.
II Fourth Avenue and Tenth St.
i:   Fourth Ave. ami Seventh ,st.
i:;    Fourth  Ave.   and  Fourth  St.
14���Fourth  Ave.  and  Second  Bt.
I.V-Third  Ave. and Secoud St.
18���Queens Ave. and First St.
17���Queens Ave. aud Third St.
18_Queens Ave. aud  Sixth  St.
]�����Qtieens Ave. and Tenth  St.
20���Eighth St. and Toronto Place.
21 -llanlan nnd Turner Sts.
22 Agnes and Tenth Sts.
28 - Amieai and Seventh Sts.
24     V__!H's and Fourth Sts.
_..-,    Agnes and  Elliott Sts.
26    Agnes nnd  Dufferin Sts.
27���Columbia ami Leopold sts.
28   Qreal   Northern   Railway  Station.
_"i   Columbia and filllotl Bts,
30���Columbia and Fourth Bts.
-.1     Columbia and   Alexander  SIR.
32    Columbia nnd Tenth Sis.
:;:;    c.  p,  It. Station. Front  St.
34���FrOnl  and   McKenzie Sts.
35   Front and Lytton Square.
88   Fronl Bt, Schaake Building.
I |7    Brunette and Keary Sts.
[38    Columbia and Keary Sts.
39- Columbia  and  Distillery  R0*d\
tu    l-.i-.hth  Ave   and   Richmond  St.
II - Richmond and  Keary  Sts.
It���Columbia and Alberta Sts.
|3���Junction Columbia and Front Sts.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
6���Asylum.
����� Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and T*.nth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue nnd   Sixth.
24���-...rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av��*��ue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and "Sllghth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���-Agnes nnd Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and MoKentle.
36���C.P.R.  Station.
42��� Small ft Bucklin Mills.
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pun-
lishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New  Westminster,  B.  C.
E. A.   Paige Managing   Director
WEDNESDAY,   SEPTEMBER   9,   1908.
TAYLOR   AND  ASIATICS.
Tlie Conservative candidate for
New Westminster must surely be entering on his second childhood, and
really should have his pen taken away
from him and a sugar stick substituted.
In a column and a half of padded
"dope" he seriously tells the public
of British Columbia that the Liberals,
the. very men who have made the Dominion jof Canada so great today, are
putting everything on one side in this
province and lighting to allow the
Asiatics to dominate British Columbia.
It is Impossible to concleve that tbe
candidate can be such a fool as to
believe he is going to secure votes
by sueh Idiotic nonsense as this, and
lh ��� only excuse one can offer for him.
is that as We state above, he is entering nis second childhood. No wonder Borden's platform has been dubbed a "rubber'' one and his policy
"elastic." when such eccentricities as
J. I), have to be embraced.
If J, 1). Taylor is sincere (but that
is impossible) he should put in an
appearance at the courthouse now and
then and see who is naturalizing so
many Japs.
We .would also like to ask ,1. D. Taylor if he is sincere (but that is impossible) how many Ashing licenses have
been granted to Japanese by the Provincial Government before their
papers have passed the 'court ? Taylor posing as an exclusionlst to catch
votes is about on a par with "Taylor
the Puritan."
pies, were delivered to two prominen'
Conservative workers. Messrs. Ross
.in,! Mackenzie. These "choice to-
i inatnes" nnd "barrels of .apples" were
featured by the Halifax Herald during
the campaign as being sent into Col-
chester by the Liberals. The evidence
at the trial has finally exploded tliis
fabrication and (xposed one of the
many pieces of trickery resorted to
by Mr, Stanfield's supporters. Mr.
George Hall, Conservative, secretary
at Londonderry, N.S., is directly connected with the distribution of the
liquor in the "barrels of apples" case
and this close connection of these
near confidants of Mr. Stanfield so
hard to draw from witnesses that!
were asked to forget in Mr. Ritchie's
office ere the trial opened may yet
.^plicate the member personally.
Bayne, the far-off American who just
happened .along and whom the Tories j
decline to be responsible for has now
been proven to have received the
"barrels of apples'" consignment
directly from Frank Stanfield. The
unfolding  still  continues.
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
TACT.
The Governor-General, Earl Grey,
with his usual tact got out of a very
embarrassing position the other day.
Going through the Cornwall Canal,
His Excellency at one of the locks
though! to get a little exercise and
paraded up and down on the bank. A
lockman seeing one of his staff in
military uniform asked Earl Grey if
the man in buttons was the Ki:i~'��
representative a! Ottawa, only to he
told in the negative, but in such a
tactful Way that he will have a life
long :: . nd in the lockman.
"Thirty feet to trie gulf."
NO   ENGLISH   NEED   APPLY.
Conservative nominating conventions do not always measure up to
the standard of love-feasts, The
manner In which Mr. Thomas Blrkett,
ex-.M.P., bullied the convention at
Ottawa into nominating nlm is something new in politics. Oue of the
strong arguments used by him against
his strongest rival, Mr. Cook, was
tbat whereas he was a Canadian, Mr.
Cook was an Englishman. The convention threatened with the hostility of
Mr. Birkett was forced to accept him,
and the friends of Messrs. Ross and
Cook are Intensely bitter against him
as a result. This new doctrine of the
Tories "No Englishman need apply"
will have a tolling effect in the general elections.
The forcing of a man by his own
personal act upon a convention is
complacently allowed by the Tories,
but it would be repugnant to any self-
respecting Liberal to be told by a candidate. "You must nominate me or I
will oppose you."
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St.  Leger   Betting.
London, Sept. 8.���The latest betting
on the St. Leger, to be run tomorrow
Is:   Your Majesty. 7 to 4; Signorinett.a,'
5 to 1: Norman 11 lo 7: Bbor 10 to 1;
Santo Strato, 10 to 1.
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STABILITY   OF TARIFF.
The  News,   ui Toronto,   asks    the
mould a ti ei -l ra I v sup-
..,.- Laurier    Government    now
thai H      ictices protec Ion "   We can-;
he tre -trader can
���    .. -    ase   Is  hopeless   in |
the I inds ol the Torii.- while he   is
getting neai goal thi   longer the \
Libera     are i    p iwer    Tais reallza- i
:.-    .��� il iat< I by a gi : I ial
- -        ���...,-   ��111 neither   I i  viob
in    In I istry,    nor    commerce.    Tu j
,     :,-���  the tariff a: every flurry iu the
ma   _ets, would be a curse to flnancc-j
and  commerce bringing about at    it'
would embarrassing entaglements and
pro hieing an unrest fatal to the coun-'
try's best interests,    it  Is    true    the;
fn ������ lis!  is  being leng bened year   y \
year and is .so much toward ultimate
fret* trade and Is giving   o the con-1
sramer advantages never dreamed   of
undi    T ry rule..   The Tory papers todaj demand the defeat of the ministry i
becaii.-e   it   resist.-   tii"     demand     tot]
. - ��� *   iroteel   ;.   bul I be people w ill'
���     ;':.at the government  are working
along  safe  lines  Instead  of  bringing
disastei     ipon   the   trade   interests  of
the country.    Moderation, the   value
of .   : "���   born of a thorough knowledge of the  conditions    existing    In
everj   branch  ol  trade,  Is  the   best
plea the governmenl can put forward
to claim the Buppori of the vast majority who recognizes its endeavor to
roach the free trade goal.
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We're after the Shoe trade of every
man and every family that ean
make it possible to come here to
buy. That our shoes are away
above the level of "just shoes/' and
that our prices defy competition, ^j|
are facts that will assert them- jXJj|
selves if you will but take the 82 j I
trouble to investigate. If you would be interested gjj!
83 in seeing the best $3.50 or $5 Men's Shoes, the best Nf I
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Insure your property in companii s thai
their losses promptly and in full.     Th ���
lowing are copies of letters in respect oi
two last claims made upon us, showing that
our companies   pay promptly  and   sa
factorily :
PLEASE!
JU $3 and $3.50 Women's Shoes, the best $1.50, $1.75 j^l
N-j and $2 School Shoes���in fact, the best shoes any -Ml
p4 stated price ever bought for any man, woman or j&j *
(X) child, you can see them here.   We are now talking Kl
j&J Fall Shoes.   Already we have unpacked several ��T
jjj thousand dollars   worth.   Shoes have never been
(h sold cheaper than we are selling them this fall; ns*
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"VERY  CHOICE TOMATOES."
Tiie shame of Colchester continues
to unfold schemes that for ingenuity
8iirpa-< even a McBride campaign.
On the n sumption of the trial at
Truro, N. S., the agents of the "Dominion" and "Canadian" Express Companies were on the stand and Mr.
Ritchie, K.C., who Is defending fought.
at every turn to beep dark the
names of prominent Conservatives
who were implicated, sometimes taking three quarters of an hour to block
a single answer, but despite all hla
obstruction ii was prove 1 by the
drivers of the two Express Companies'
wagons thai the whisky in one in-
Btance shipped as ten cases of
"choice tomatoes," and In the other
.shipped   Iii   barrels   aa   barrels  of ap-
���MM ��-">    .... .a.v.a    ,
.50, $4.50 and $5 are the popular prices for Men's
Shoes; and $3 to $4 for Ladies'fine fall Boots.
Boys' and Girls' School Shoes command our special
attention.
We've Shoes for Everybody
JOHNSTON'S .Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  3. C.
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Burns  \  Lake, Sept, 8, [90S.
Messrs, White, .Shiles ��t Co.,
Xew Westminster, B. C.
Gentlemen,���1 beg tn   acknowledge
receipt of your cheque, $18(10.Ou,    In
full settlement of my elaini  under the
Connecticut Fit-,, ers policy upon mj
dwelling und contents, burned Augusl
26th.    Please   accept    my thanks for
your prompt  and satisfactory  settlement of this claim.
fours  truly.
(Sgd.i GEORQB EVERY CLAYTON.
New Westminstei
Messrs. While 8h
Gentlemen,   i
ceived your cheqt
hiss   bj   lire   v.hii
house, August  IBtil
I.C., Aug. il,  1908.
es it Co.
ive tills day rein settlement of
occurred    in my
Please accepi tnj
thanks tor your promptness and saii-
factory settlement of claim.
Respectfully yours,
A. HUDSON,
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p, reliable companies:             ^^^
fi   HARTFORD, Assets   $21,411,437.08 |
j $   CONNECTICUT, Aisets             7.000.000.00 |
j|tj   PHENIX, Assets     9.101.107.00 |
|| INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, Assets 1.3.016.911-36 |
$   THE   CALEDONIAN   OF   EDINBOROUGH, SCOTLAND
|White,Shaes&Co.|
if 260   COLUMBIA   ST. |
I New Westminster, B. C. | HEON
esday.
SEPTEMBER  9,
1908.
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
The Cash Stores
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FALL
Ready for Fall is the watchword in every department.
Never before have we been so supremely ready to
cater 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
[cheap 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,
I for $5.25
LOT 4.��� $3.50 gray blanket for $2.90.    In dark gray wool and cotton, no
or filling, but a nice clean make; this week $2.90
Boys' Sweaters at Unheard Of Prices
I Ivor 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. S2.00, $2.25 and $3.00,
f) plain and fringed honeycomb Marsailles, satin, damask and English  mercer-
.1 cotton.
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ITH
headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
City News
D.  ..
Whithv
; yesterday
on  i  visit.
A- mild ;,  .strong on quality.
the "A .
'��� A ind  wife have left for
Detroii   aftei   visiting friend*, in this j
city.
1    A I': money has been found , t
l��" ''"��� -mbia   treet. The owner should ;���
I apply to the city police. i
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For cut flowers for any floral work,'
ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. * i
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To
House
urnisning
8 wire tapestry in Floral and
Block  patterns,    Reg.  90c  and
$1,00 per yard, for, 60c per yard
Make and Lay Free,
Taken Off
Mrs, iioneyman, sister of C. C,
Fisher, lefl yesterday for Winnipeg.
She ban been visiting her brother here.
LEE'S
'-.Mammoth Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C
Opposite Lome Street.     Phone 73.
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The funeral took place at BdUSd&tyd'y  to Victoria, jvlwe    adoommoda- stables,    This indicates that the dis-
Bay cemetery yesterday afternoon Ot\^on  has been  found  for them. Chief | orderly conduct  In the  upper clusses
.John 11. Grant, of Ladner.
Stylish shirts and ties, all shades
and patterns to be found, at J. Eugene
Brown's store on Saturday night.     **
D.  Qulgley  goes  to  Victoria  today
in connection  with  the trials of thu
[dredge Ajax in Victoria harbor,    returning before leaving for the east.
For sale���Seven roomed house,
baih room, pantries, closets, woodshed; horse stall, carriage house;
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
particulars apply to owner, 192 Eighth
street. ���*
A   certificate of  improvements for
the Evening Star mineral claim at
Lynn creek, has been applied for by
William A. Bauer on behalf of R. E.
Coo'ier.
A quiet sitting of the city council
will be held tonight as the business
is light. The senior alderman will
preside in the absence of Mayor
Keary.
For first class cut flowers pot plants
or bouquets, telephone Davis & Son,
florists.    Tel. B 208. **"
Five drunks were fined at the city
police court yesterday. One who had
damaged the awning in a boat in
which lu- was arrested paid the pen-
altv of his foolishness.
of Provincial  Polfci.- Campbell accom- in *.he schools under the trustees con-
i,anying the travellers  to the Capital  trol   will  be  handled  firmly, and tha
City,    The overcrowded  state ot the'grounds   and   the  buildings   recently
local  jail  is   given   as  the  reason   for   improved   kept   in  good  order.
ihe transfer of the lawbreakers.
Fran1.   Locke  bas secured  hla    re-
Not made to please the eye, but to lease from the picked Vancouver
please the palate. The "B. C." and team entered In the Pacific Coast.
"Old Sport" Cigars. **   Football   league,   on   the  ground   that
lie is a  resident of Westminster, and
The school Trustees have asked for' has not registered for any mainland
the janitors at the Central and High , league club. He has not yet decided
schools to be sworn in as special con- on his plans.
SOLE AGENT
IN
INew Westminster
!
FOR
The managers of the Royal Columbian   bospital   at   a   "special   meeting
yijterday   appointed   Miss   McLellan
as  surgical    nurse.    She  comes   with
:m ellent  recommendations.
A tea in aid of the Ladies' aid of
Knox church, Sapperton, will be held
in the church parlors from three to
live o'clock 'Iiis afternoon. A cordial
invitation is extended to the public to
attend.
Al the district coun yesterday before Capt. Plttendrlgh, two Ladner
engineers, P. Kettle and W. Smith,
were each fined $1"0 anil losts for
operating boilers without the neces-
sarj certificates.
At the meeting of the city directors
of the Provincial exhibition on Friday night it Is hoped that all the com-
milttes will be ready to report so
thai the final arrangements can be
made.
Longines
Watch
Movement
Barra-1.
e That Dinner Set
pur window for
have others at
$15.00 down to $8.00.
on ean get one to please you here
"Get the Habit
Your office
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would look one hundred per cent, bet-
$20.00
rt��*1 /?   fA   ter If you    would only file away those
<plU.t_>\/   letters and papers that have accumulated on your desk.   The besl way is
to use an in,lev,I letter tile. To start
,.,,. good work we offer for today only,
while they last
DAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Ottawa Office Letter Files with index
at 35c each.
Be sure and get your supply before
i they are al] sold,
GROCERS
frjJEw This week      Ihe Fair
Rant's IDEAL Perfume
$2.50 per oz.
Vall's Drug Store
240 Columbia Street.
Xew Westminster.
Thursday Special���Six package*   of
"Pansy" Toilet Paper for 25c.
Eyes Tested Tree
���We buy for cash and sell for the
same."
The folowing Westminster officers
have been chosen by the annual convention of 11. C. Christian Endeavorers: President, Rev. W. 11
dough, secretary, A. E. Etherington.
iiiternatioiil building funds (superintendent and joint auditor with T. F.
Phillips, H. O. Lamb.
Columbian college will reopen at i>
a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1. Classes in all
depart ments will Legiu at the above
hour. Gymnasium classes for the
general public will open at the same
time, Tickets good for the college
year may be obtained at the charge
of (6 each. **
The excursion trom points on the
Other side to Westminster for Amur
lean day at the exhibition Is now assured nt a two cent rate over the
Great Northern. The. company does
not si e its way clear to give a special
rate east of Everett. American day
will lie October 1  this year.
Qeorge Pollard, for the past few
years a residen of Millside, died
shortly after six o'clock yesterday
morning from heart trouble. Deceased
who was about thirty years of age,
leaves a widow to mourn his loss, but
no children. The funeral arrangement are tn the hands of W. E. Fales.
A. P. Gnrvey, sporting editor of tho
News-Advertiser, and Miss Margaret
Young, daughter of James Young, of
1041 Comox street, Vancouver, were
united In wedlock yesterday morning,
leaving shortly after for Victoria and
Seattle, where the honeymoon wlll be
spent.
Ten prisoners Were yesterday transferred from the provincial Jail ln this
W. C. Chamberlin
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Prices
Boiled Down
to the
Lowest Rates
The reason why I am able to give you insurance at better rates
than you can get elsewhere is because the companies I write for
are Independent and not under the heavy expense others are in
maintaining the big insurance trust nor do they have to pay several commissions as I write the business direct from the companies.
I will positively guarantee to save you money on your insurance, or will not ask you to give me the business.
Enquire for rates.
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A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
���"-���MEMBER.
SURREY COUNCIL NOTES.
The Surrey Centre council met in
the town ball, Sept. 5, the reeve anil
all members being proem. Communications were received as follows:
From the city of Nfew Westminster,
an Invitation to attend the reception
to  be given  to  the  lacrosse team.
From l-\ R. Glover, acting general
manager of the B. C. E. R., In regard
to the wishes of the council, that
whenever the railway crossed a highway that the company put in culvort-
or bridge over dutches and make a
proper grade on the road crossings.
saying thej shall be very pleased to
carry out the wishes of the council In
these matters, also saying the chief
engineer had been instructed to lower
ihe culvert on the Coasi .Meridian
load  crossing about uiie foot as    re-
quested.
From r. C. Gamble, public works
engineer, re Bon Accord road toward
which the government lias appropriated $2500, saying that If the road is
iiilt according to the specifications
of A, .1. Hill and under his supervision
thai it will be acceptable to the government.
From li. T. Thrift requesting to
have the roads opened al White Rock
so thai pi ople. could have free access
to their property and to the waterfront.
From A. H. McNeill, general solicitor for the Victoria Terminal railway,
saying the. li. C. Mills, Timber it Trading company had no right to close the
road at. White Rock, and to proceed
lo open the road Immediately and
continue to use the same as a public
highway, and to advise him immediately of any further attempted replacing
of the obstruction.
From Martin ,t McQuarrie re J.i
Shannon's drainage, saying thay had
drawn the agreements and left them
with Messrs. Corbould & Grant for
signature by Joseph Shannon, and
that as soon as they were returned to
them they would forward the same.
From T.  D.   I.aylaud  saying  he had
lumber to haul from Port Kells landing  to his  farm   and  as  two  bridges
were in bad shape he would hold the
council   responsible   for  any  accidenl
thai may occur.    Received, clerk having already notified Councillor Inglis.
From ll.   i-;. Gosnell, commissioner
:   the Sinn,n  Fraser exhibit,   saying
they were anxious to get photographs
of the pioneers, old pictures and ob-
���   ts of historical Interest    for    the
exhibition to  . e held    at  New Westminster,  Sept.  29 to Oct 3,  for    the
. . ,,s>  of celebrating the one   hun-
��� Ith anniversary of tic coming of
Simon Fraser down the river bearing
his name, and after1* ard to be placed
in t.i.. government buildings as a permanent record, and thai they should
be seni Immediately by express or
registered mail.
From   Whiteside    &    Edmonds, re
, ssing on Boundary Line road at the
wi ' ���  fn nl      Receivf .1. i lerk  to  write
to th .,i,i company lo put   in a
- 3ing.
From .1. Drinkwater, re bad condition oi   iridges on the C. M. road near
bi . :     Receivi l and referred to',
mclllor Inglis.
From George GoTdon, re dam In the
lit b on Mr. Stone's place.   Received!
and referred to Councillor inu'lis.
Fifty  dollars  was appropriated   torj
extending Quible road and    ?r,o    for
gravelling Roebuck road on condition'
gravel   .,- furnished ne,. of charge, to
: ��� lay work.
Th>- contract foi building the jail
at cloverdale was award.-1 to F.
M'.i re tor |2100.
Tl e elei h was Insti icti ,1 to write
':.��� ii N. R. to pu* in a crossing on
��� .���' H rth roi d, and to notifj the B.
C,  E   it. to : ul In a crossing on thc
id,   alSO   to   Write   Woods
I R. Fallowfleld to pay J.
bare   of   COBts   Of   fiOOd-
.    ��� to -.li   : irthar trouble.
Councillor  Inglis gave notice    'bat
he would Introduce a road gazette by-
���  at the next meeting, +
\ numbei of ace,mm- were order -
��� . . aid,
The council then adjourned
meel again on Saturday, Oct. 3
one o'clock  p.m.
sunlight
soap
five
cents
L___y
Use it in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure soap, without
harmful chemicals, it saves
all the toil common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and   follow  directions.
the
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Liberal Convention
A Convention will be held at Xew
Westminster,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 30, 1908,
(the second day of the Provincial Fair),
in the Hardman Hall, at 2 p. m., for the purpose
of nominating a candidate in the interests of the
Liberal party.
Primary meetings are to be held between the
22nd and 30th of September.
Each district association is 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. W. MacDonald, President,
 I W. J. Cunningham, Secretary.
New Westminster Liberal Association.
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All Iron Wringers
.ynopsis    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
v,,v even numbered section of Do-
,���,;,;,,a lands in .Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting _ and 26,
not reservod, may be homesteaded by
anj person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over 18 years of
nge to the extent ot one-quarter section of 100 acres, more or less.
Application   for   entry     must     be
made in person   by  tbe applicant at
a  Dominion Lauds Agency    or    sub-
lg( Q( v  for the district in which tlie
[and Is situate.    Entry by prosy may,
now-over,   be   made  at an  agency  un |
lertain conditions by the father, moth-1
.-, son, daughter, brother or sister of |
li:i intending  homesteader.
1 lie homesteader is rejuired to per-1
form the homestead duties under one
A the following plans*
(1)    .\t least six months' residence]
| upon  and   cultivation of  the laud  in ,
each year for three years.
(li) a Homesteader may, if he SO
dssires, perform the required resilience duties by living on farming |
iand owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty (SO) acres in axtent, ia
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
iwnership in land will not meet this
requirement.
(3)    If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased)  of a homesteader
nas  permanent residence on  farming i
land  owned  solely  by  him.  not  less j
than eighty  (SO)   acres in  extent, ln
the vicinity of the homestead, or up- j
| on  a homestead entered  for  by him
\ in the vicinity, such homesteader may
, perforin bis  own  residence duties by
living with the father tor motheri.
(4)    Tne term "vicinity" in the two
j preceding   paragraphs   is   defined    as
'meaning not more tWan nine miles In
1 a  direct  line,  exclusive  o'  the  width
of road  allowances crossed    In    the
measurement
i    (5)    A   homesteadei   Intending    to
| perform   his   residence  duties   in  accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land own-
' ed by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such Intention.
Six months' notice in writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
'o apply for patent
W. W, CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of tbe Interior.
N. E.-���Unauttiorlzea publication f
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
NOTICE
T0 CONTRACTORS.
wll] be received by
o   behalf of   the
""I1":;.     innlcipallty of Surrey,
Council ot tie M ,nh lMt| for
Canadian Pacific Rai|
���rltlsh Columbia c0
Service
���-^.iwayCo
mt t
���ii
��>'*"" 'l,7���t,he second section
?rSCor* road,    *om   the
01 ,,:'   ',,,,, to the upland, in   ac-
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he seen at  my "ftice-
     not bind itself to
Trie. Council  nut a
lH, lowest or any tender.
.l.l.l.KT .1. HILL.
minster,  Sept.  2nd,   1908
to
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[>, i,, Box
Estimates   Submitted.
..W estminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   hences,   Crest-
ings,  Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
timc: table
SKAGWAY Route
Princess    m ,    ,  ,      '
Septembei  9,  | , DM|��et
VANCOUVER   VICTORIA  8EATT|
ROUTE, ll
l'linc.   .    Vii v
6 pan, dally,,    .
VAN��0UVEH-.VCTOH'.A'R
Princess Vlcti . \. !,:i,. , y   ""*���-
daily except Tm   . ' "'J"vei
Steamer Charmer at i m.in<.
Princess Ro;
cept Wednesday, *
VANCOUVER-SEATTLE R0UTE
8teamer   prluci       Roy . ],.a
'''"���  ',ilv' "x<"': aUc-J
for Seattle. M'
'-n Wi
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,
"" Simd ��uver9a,
for Seattle via  .
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA   fioij.j.
S.S.  Trad, r  i
New Westminsi
Leaves  New   '��� -,.r
nesday, H^^^^
WEST   COAST   ROUTE,
SS   Teei
Leaves Vb tor l��t,74,m
| aud 20th of each   ,    tl foi i\_,ow
Mosqui-to  Ha:
of each month I ��� J
Works: porta; 20th of eacl .........
New Westminster Q^taino, tv s
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
--no u
vour    trip
of
If   you   want   to    enjoy
across the continent-
Travel  by  the  Scenic    Railway
America.
Through  Dining Tourist and FHm-
Class  Sleeping Cars.
Eastern Express leavea at 7:15.
Atlantic Express leaves at l":-r<-
For further particulars ana rcserva-
! t;ons apply ���,
ED. OOULET,
Agent New Westminster.
or io E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Qenl. Pass. Agt.   v-.neouv,-r.
SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODbE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings ot this lodge
are held in Oddfellews' bal! Columbia street, every M,-*i: iy evening
at 8 o'clock.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO  ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouvei" 1:30 p.m.j*'.
except  Sunday.    Leaves Nana
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .   NANAIHJ.|
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE,
S.S. City of Nanaimo,
Leaves Victoria T lesday " a.m.;
' rives Xanaimo 4 p.m,
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p, ij
, arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
RIVERS  INLET, VAN ANDA, LUN0,|
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
rrom Victoria -   ; ,m. every Weju*
daj. form Vancouvi    I i a.m, I n_oJ
1 and Intermediate po ii    Rei alagn
Vancouver Sundaj        rn ":; VlcUnf
Monday mornlne. via Ud n III
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
Leaves Vam Ai
..... > month al *
OP   K,V
Beaver���
From    N'<-*,v    Wi " M..'4JI
Wednesday and Fi
From Chilliwa:-! I^^^H
and Saturday
Tenders Wanted
With guarantee rollers made of the highest grade Para rubber.
We have the wood frames with enclosed cogs. In washing machines
we have the Knall, Paragon, 20th Century, Reacting, and other
makes.    Call and see our lines.
T. J. Trapp & Co.,  Limited
Pu!,!;,- tenders are requested for the
Westend school.   Plans and Bpeciflca
tions can be seen al tbe   City    Hall. I
Ten.:..: - must  be made on form supplied and as noted   on   specifics!
A cheque for 10 per cent, of value ol
contract   must  accomnanj  tender, the
same to be forfeited if contractor refuses to accept contract. Tendera must
be in the hands of the secretary of
the school hoard not later than twelve
noon, Friday, llth of September, L908.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretary.
��,. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
��� .Me"t:ngs the first and third Tues-
da\ n each month. Visitine
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. V. W. ball. Odd-
fellows'   block,  Clarkson  street
For   reservati
call or address
'      I . ULET,
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COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month   at   8  o'clock.  In  the  small
hall.  (Id 11. llOWB'   block.
feast Oen. Pas*
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Heneriil Suut.-'i. '���' dent, v.vli
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. L'O���Meets every Tuesday
evening at S p, tn., in the Eagles'
Hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W.  PreB.;  H. Scholield, Secretary.
Mail Service
Ft
via HuB'Juittl
THE ROYAL TEMFLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
nt S o'clock ii. m., In Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia street.
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Schools Have Opened 1
Boys and girls are hard at v.ork. and  should  have    the    be I
material tor their work.   MacKay's book store Is alway�� the   best
place to get It.
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Notice to Contractors
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned up to noon of Tuesday, Sepi. sth, for thu erection and
completion of proposed Oddfellows'
Hiall on Eighth and Carnarvon
streets.
Plans ami specifications may be
seen at. the ofllce of ('. H. Clow, Architect.
Lowest or any tender not necessar
Uy ncce-plod.
J. W. MacDONALI),
Chairman of Committee
ION_ OF oCOTLAND rJENEFtT A_
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���.Meets on the First aud
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P, ball.   Chief W. Sutherland.
O. O. F.���Royal Clty Lodge, No. 8
���Meets In Oddfellows' Hall, Colum;,ia Street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. (!. E. Gilley,
N. (i.; C. E, Oshorne, P. (J., recording secretary.
and Bsa*|
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J. J. MacKay & Cal
at ���$ Tj_ni.,_.ii__ro Stationers News Dealers s*
If Booksellers
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HOSE   OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
115,  SONS OF  ENGLAND,  B.  8.��� .
Red Rose Degree meetB Second and  of Lytton
Fourth Wednesday of each month, ' Harrison
ln K. of P. Hall, ruilumbia St.. at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday   In   each month, same
time and place.
Gas Engines For Warships.
London, Sept. 8.���The adaptibilit.. of
the suction gas engine to ship propulsion has been strikingly shown ln experiments with the obsolete warship
Rattler which was driven with a 550-
horsepower engine nearly 11 knots an
hour on the Clyde at a cost of six
rents a ton per mile. Slack was burned
as fuel and neither boilers nor funnels
���were used.
Betting Favors Nelson.
San Francisco, Sept. 8.���Both Bat.
Nelson and ,loe. Cans went on the
read for a workout this morning, since ling their .".-round lialtli- for the
lightweight championship tomorrow.
The odds stand lu to 8, with Nelson
the favorite
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, Imt start your orchard right, by buying from A
HO.MK NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation, as
well as getting acclimated trees. We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
can handle yonr order, no matter what the size. If we have no
agent In your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Ev.ry D��v in the Yetf
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
ITHE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
(6 section sleepers, luxurious dining
���ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call  on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
jx Second Avenue. Seattle, Wtlb
OTHER    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Ixidge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. UTiO; L. O. L.. No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
K, Court Westminster, No. 330;
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cept. Sunday.    Return malU
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ISSl    5 Synopsis ni (.nnauian  Homestead
YOUR
BUSINESS
NEEDS
I HELP
Advertising
COSTS MONEY
Too much money is spent on useless advertising
by city merchants every month. Many columns
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in the end
would be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
cIkeDaily Paper
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
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We  print  ads.   ranging*   in   size
from   one    line   to   double   page
See Our
Ad. Man
For
Rates
IF
YOU  WANT A  HOUSE
YOU WANT A FARM
YOU WANT CU8TOMERS
YOU WANT MORE CUSTOMERS
TRY
A SMALL AD.
A DISPLAY AD.
A LARGE AD.
A   LARGER  AD.
The other fellow wants whatjyou havejir has what j ou want
To   get   in   touch   with   nim
use space in The Daily News
This   Little   Story   Comes
Newspaper
Advertising
Best
From   Toronto :
The Retail Merchants' Association of Chatham is .a level-headed
organization. At a recent meeting newspaper advertising was
discussed, and the general opinion
of the members was that newspaper advertising was the best, and
program and other advertising ot
that clans was almost useless.
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E.W.GILLETTSStfZS
TOR ONTO. OHT.
Notice
Regulations.
An-   ���'������������ D minions lands Wltfl-
| in ltl belt in British Coliim-
bla' "��� . -steaded hy any person
*'ho ; i.,.;iii of a family, or
any male over IS years of age, to the
exten'   of     .quarter section of 160
acres, more or less.
Entry musl  be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate. Entry by
j proxy may, however, he made on cer-
- tain conditions by the father, mother,
, son, daughter, brother or sister of an
I intending homesteader.
| The homesteader is required to per-
l form the conditions connected there I
j with    under    one    of the    following j
plans:
(1)    At least six months' residence
npon and cultivation of the land    in (
'each year for three years.
(2j    If the father (or mother, if the |
j father is deceased),    of   the    home-]	
I steader resides upon a  farm in    the I
j vicinity of the land entered for, the      Notice is hereby given that th*3 Van-
requirements as to residence may be i couver Power company,  Limited, has
: satisfied by such person residing with I this day deposited in the Eand Regis-
the father or mother. try Office at the City of New West-
(3)    If the settler has his perman- | niin3ter,   British   Columbia,   the   plan
ent residence upon farming land own- | und  book of reference of the  West-
ed by him in the vicinity of his home-  mlnster��Chllltwack Railway Extension
stead, the requirements   as    to resi-   from a point at or near lots one arid
Idence may be satisfied by    residence  two,  city  block  four  in  the  City  of
upon the said land. New Westminster, to Ahbotsford pass-
Six months' notice in writing should   jn;- through    the    Municipalities    of
I be given to the Commissioner of Dom-   Surrey,  Delta,   Langley,   Matsqui   and
Inion Lands at Ottawa of intention to   the  townsite  of   Ahbotsford   ln    the
apply for patent District  ot  Xew  Westminster,  being
COAL.���Coal mining rights may be   section   one.  two   and   three   of   -aid
| leased for a period of twenty-one years   railway, as shown on the said plan and
; at  an  annual rental  of  $1  per acre,   approved and sanctioned by the Chief
[Not   more   than 2560 acres shall   be Commissioner ot Lands and Works tor
leased to one individual or company,   the Province of British Columbia.
A royalty at the rate of five cents per      nated this 7th day of August. A. D.
ton shall he collected on    the    mer-   -jr>os
chantable coal mined. A. E. BECK,
W. W. CORY,        j    Solicitor for the Vancouver  Power
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior I Company Limited.
SEARCH fOR TREASURE
LOST FORTY YEARS
Estevan People Looking for
Money Stolen From Hudson's Bay Paymaster.
Department of Agriculture
Sale of Government Quarantine Steamer " Earl."
Tenders    are    invited (or the purchase ol the Government   Quarantine
Steamer "Earl," lying at the Quarantine Station at  William Head, British
j Columbia
The sale will be made for cash.
The highest or any tender will not
necessarily  be accepted.
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned and end,)!.-,',! "Tenders
for Purchase of Steamer "Earl," will
i e received at this office up to Tuesday the i.'tb September, 1908, at 12
o'clock noon
By order,
A. L. .IARV1S, Secretary.
Department, of Agriculture, Ottawa,
Tth August, 1908.
N.B.���Newspaners inserting this advertisement without authority from
the Department will not he paid for it.
"THE
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IT'S M>V BBC Alt I
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MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the Postmaster-General, win ibe received at Ottawa until noon on Friday,
the Second October, for the collection
of letters on a proposed contract for
four years, from the proposed Street
Letter Boxes in the City of New Westminster, from the Postmaster-General's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of pro-
I posed Contract may be seen and blank
i forma of Tender may lie obtained at
Post Offices of N'ew Westminster and
Sapperton and it tho office of the
Post OfTlce Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Poet Offico Inspector.
Pont Office Inspector's Office, Vancouver, B.C., 21st August, 1908.
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Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Senrice'.Betweetf
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI-
TIME PROVINCES.
AIM to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via'-Niagara Falls.
For Tin�� Tables, etc.. ad&ress
I GEO. W. VA'JX.
I Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
*   Agent, 186 Adams St.. Chu-Affo, IU.
ill
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO,
A Hardman,    A.James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl'
PROFESSIONAL.
A WHEALLER, BARRISTER, SO-
��� licltor, etc.,. 42 Lorne Street,
opposite Court House, New Westminster.    Phone 143.
WHITEBIDE & EDMOaN'DS, Barristers aud solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmond3.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE, BARRIS-
ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Block, corgsi
Clarkson and I_orne streets.
Estevan, Sask., Sept. s.���For some
days small parties have been out digging for a rich cache stolen from a
Hudson's Buy company paymaster
forty years ago.
Th(. story of the robbery states the
victim was on his way through the
wilds of western (danada with a big
bunch of money to be used In paying
off employees of the company at several trading ixists. A plan was found
in the possession of the bold robber
when overhauled and arrested, after
a long and tedious chase, at whlcn ts
now known as Big Butte, in North
Dakota. This plan is now in possesion
of a resident here.
This plan was said to have been
traced on tho tanned side of a fur
jacket worn by the bandit, and the
paper shown is said to be a true copy
of the original as taken from the tanned leather. That ihis robbery did occur is a matter of history, and that
the robber was captured at. Big Butte
is an established fact. After the capture he was taken to Portal, where
he was to have had a hearing, but before the day set for the hearing arrived the robber died, and the secret
of the hiding place of the treasure
died with him. refusing to divulge to
anyone, under threat or on promise
of his being given his freedom, any
hint as to the disposition he made of
the stolen money. The plan traced on
the inside of the fur coat was discovered, and to this day many believe
that, the tracing was made with special reference to the location of the
robber's cache.
interest in this matter has of late
been renewed by the fact that on tho
occasion of a recent picnic held in
the vicinity of Big Butte one Of tin.
picnickers hitched his team to a large
Btone, and the horses becoming un-
easj from the annoyance of Hies and
mosquitoes, pawed a! out the ground
and unearthed a portion of the base
of the stone, on which wis chiseled
or otherwise cut deep In figures
'1877," and further research in the
vicinity showed several other stone on
which were cut figures, arrows and
other signs thai are believed to have
some bearing on the particular spot,
thought not to be far distant, where
tho $40,000 is cached.
Some of the inhabitants out in that
locality have already done considerable digging with the hope of unearthing the treasure, but their labors
have thus far been fruitless and recently a diagram of the ground or
area where these dates, have been
found, has been made and sent, to
headquarters or the Royal mounted
police at Calgary by whom il. is
thought tin- matter will be taken up
and  further investigation made.
There are some old ranchers living
across the line in Montana to this
day who well knew the party who
robbed the paymaster, the robber
himself being a prominent and prosperous rancher on this side, of the
Missouri river up to the time when
this escapade cut short his career and
hastened his death by lying ln jail
at Portal, suffering an attack of fever
and utterly neglected, awaiting a
preliminary hearing on the charge of
which he no doubt was guilty.
GEORQE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Oulchon block, Colum-
i-ta and McKenile streets. New Westminster. B. C.
WE HANSFORD. Barrister.
Solicitor, etc.. Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
itreets, New Westminster, B. C*.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister. Solicitor,
��� 'urtls block, Clarkson street. P. O.
Box 166,   Telephone 64.
Trains & Steamers
CP.R.  MAIN  LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7:15, 9.35,
17.25 and 19:35.
Arrive at New Westminster 9:20,
10:30, 18:35 and 20:46.
Overland express arrives at 10:30,
and 20:40; leaves 7:15 and 17:25.
QREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lt. N. W. 9.20 a.m.: ar. Seattle 4 D.m.
Lt. N. W. 4.36 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
a C. BLBCTB10���VANCOUVW.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
6:60, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every halt
tour thereafter till 11 p.m.
V- W. ft I.-VANOOUVER_
Lt. N. W. I p. a. and l:H f. ���.
Lt. Vanoonrer 1.35 aan_. and 4 ��M*
FLAMES  STILL  MENACE
TO WISCONSIN TOWNS
Dulttth, Minn., Sept. S.���Forest, tires,
wiiich destroyed Snowball a suburb
of nibbing, are menacing that city
today and if the breeze which fanned
the tlanies into activity arter they
had been practically subdued Increases
the tire will devastate a large section
of territory. The flre swept over a
radius of 2a miles, practically wiping
Snowball from the map. The Inhabi
tantg escaped, but are homeless, and
In many cases have lost everything
they possessed.
Cheap Whisky Killed Hindus.
Two Hindus were found dead on
Scratchley's farm, near Eburne, on
Monday morning, death huvlng been
caused by drinking cheap whiskey.
They had been doing odd Jobs In that
neighborhool and went into Vancouver
wher they purchased a gallon keg of
whiskey of a poor grade. This they
drank on their return until they fell
into a sleep from which they never
awoke, the victims to a debauch of a
kind to which they were unaccustomed. The Steveston police and Dr.
Heporth Investigated the deaths and
the coroner was communicated with
but no Inquest was deemed necessary.
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I* ' ||C0UNn COURT RESUMES
WITH LONG CAUSE LIST
WINDSOR SALT �� m-ade in
Canada. Coftt no more L*. VI.the
cheap imported salt ��� and is mui_M
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
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"TOYMAHFR" CAPITALLY    ���
REiERED BY OPERA CO.
Every House Should Be ���
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Supplied With a Small |
County court yesterday, before H's
Honor Judge  Howay:
Schaakt .Machine Works vs. Selkirk
tz Alnslte, Adjourned to .November
court. H. I,. Edmonds for plaintiff;
a. C. Brydone-Jack for defendant,
Bamford    vs.    Heaps    Lumber     Co.,
, Ltd.   Sent to Judge Cane, A. Whealler
ror plaintiff; W, S. Wflllbridge for defendant.
*.. F. Page vs. W. Ellis. Adjourned
till next court, O. E, Corbould for
plaintiff.
Dignan   vs.   Humphries.    Judgment
for plaintiff for amounl claimed with      ���
costs,    11.   L.  Edmonds for plaintiff: tlocal hils iuul topical jokes, mis
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ANDERSON I
& LUSBY  j
252 COLUMBIA STREET,        ���
New Westminster, B. C.        .
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The second night of the San Francisco Opera company here witnessed
another crowded house last evening.
Ail the popular features of "La Pou-
pee.' are introduced into the trans-
ation "The Toymaker" together with
  part
falling mainly to the clever humorisi
.1. p. Hampton Bole for defendant    i   .   ^  (,(iniiianv   Tl,lllly   Wellh>  wh0
ti.   H.  Grani    vs.  C. Oleson,       -.  audience ln a succession o
,,rred to registrar to take account. W. I   "���� _. ......
Q,   McQuarrie    for    plaintiff;  ���'���   ��-
Kennedy for defence.
THE FALL D1SPLA Y
-of
Ladies'
Ski
Goucher vs. A. F. Mackray. W.
Myers Gray defended. Judgment for
Vlaintiff for $30 and costs,      - -
Vanstone  Kf-aUua: it Plumbing Co,
| VS. Kwong Tyan Tai and Q. I)  Brymner,   Adjourned to next, court.   II. L.
Edmonds for plaintiffs-
for G. D. Brymner.
Corporation   of    Matsiiwi    vs.    Hill
smiles, breaking put at tlmfig into a
ringing burst, of  lalighter throughout
the lnuise.    I.ust  night he introduced
soine new ..tunts in which the name;
of   some    of    Westminster's    most
familiar   men   were   brought,    in    the
limelight. This adaption of the origin
court    ll   J-,.  a' story  places the  dollmaker  in    a
G F Corbould Mess ��Pm'atsd light than formerly, but
Mabel Day as tbe human doll is just
as    pretty    and    winsome    as   ever.
| freely from au appreciative house.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.        ���
T.A.MU1R
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Tout and   Tout   &  Sons.    Adjourned j B��Sene Weiner  was  the lover-monk,
to next  court.    W. G.  McQuarrie for  and played as the hero should, whil
plaintiff i the company worked with a will
Wolfe" vs. Creamer. Adjourned till make the energies of the principals
next court. Mr. Wilson for plaintiff; '.meet with the applause which came
Mr.   McQuarrie   for   defence.
Mclnnes   vs.  Thorpe.   Adjourned till! ���
next court.    Mr. McQuarrie for plain
tiff; .1. E. Bird for defendant.
A. Gaudin vs. T. J. Janes, Mr.
McQuarrie for plaintiff; E. B. Ross
for defendant. Trial fixed for Sept. 14,
Ward  vs. Kenny.    For a day to be j 399 5,-^/, Avenu**
Axed.    W.   Myers Gray   for  plaintiff; ����   -
A,  Whealler for defendant.
Mumby   vs.    Kerr.    Adjourned    to
next   court.     W.   S.   Wallbridge   for1
plaintiff;   W.   F.   Hansford    for    d-s-
tence. t 1
Reid vs.    Canfield.    Judgment    for'
plaintiff  for amount  with costs.
Johnston vs.   Knox.   Judment    for
plaintiff    for    amount,   $431.2
1 costs, hy consent
I plaintiff.
J. Newsome & Sons!
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
)enue
New Westminster
NOTICE
Having  been  crowded  out of business. I offer for sale my whole stock ,
and   equipments,   Cameras   11-14  and';
andlg.io, stamps,  aud   two  view 5-7   anil;
D. Kennedy for'n-11;  Lenses Voightlander 14-17 and.
A. H. McNeill for flejence,  j^^   parlot   8-10   and   Derogee S-10
,;j*ae   case   is   one    coneemimS    tl"*1   ;���.k and head grounds, mounts, fur
jstumping and  iirepara.ion of lioa    at   |liu,,,.T stoveS,  burnisher,  iftfi,  nasi}
pori  Moody, and the hearing of   the  ,.111,|,S| etc.,  etc.    A  large assormen
Icouhlei "Viini was In progress   when oJ   jSfctnre    Frarte?    and    amateu
the coin rose, for tl"' day, to resume ,1.i,M;,ls.    photoa one-quarter off  fot.
"at PJ a.m   today. balance ot this month.
A number of judgment  summonses CORNISH'S BTTJDIO
were also dealt with. ~
SUI
 nd C
h a Popular Event
Hundreds of New Coats have arrived during the
past few days. Skirts in an immense variety have
been added to an already large stock, and Ladies' Fall
Suits or Costumes at special prices are worthy of
your notice.
���Visit the Ready- to -I
Wear Department and
examine these new garments during this
SPECIAL
DISPLA Y
Now Taking
Place
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
,   Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   e.   C.
Lacrosse Trip Postponed.
A letter received by Sid Malcolmson*
from California makes i clear thai
there will be no trip down south for
the Intermediate lacrosse players this
season, troubles among the different
teams in California making the playing of
ihis  year
City Voters' List
Notice is hereby    given    thai
voters' list for the year 1908 has been
[completed, and that the same may be
j seen   at  this office   for   thirty     day
from the date hereof; and anj person
'  10 the
LANGLEY
160 acres  at $13 an acre.
You can make 50 per cent on your
money before Xmas by buying this,
a series of game.   Impossible whQ ghal]  thiim tQ be ad(kM
The amateur standing of sai(, VoaM.v Ugt> (M. ahy ek,_.;)i. wlU)!,
ihe San Mateo club, which has bee,,  Bhal] deglre tQ haye any name eraaedi
questioned several times will have to | tborofpom. must prefer his   or her re-! |
be definitel.   settled before the other ^ ia  wrltlnR _igmi(1 wJth hja of|
lean,,   will    agree    to    inter-league jhM namei ana sha��� deUver Qr cause
maul,,,    Kvery effort   will be made Bame t0 ^ delivered, to the City Clerk 11
to arrange for a  tour of t.he  sunny 1,^  the Uma herelnbefore    speci.l
state   by   the Westminster interned- fl . i
iilU's '���"xl ���"*"������ !  " ' W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, ��.ty Hall, New;
j Westminster, Sept. 4, 100S,
Stylish Coats for the Girls
_._-._���., ���  -i      \1J. .-.      r*r\*ai^ \\   . -      IlitV
We have never shown a more extensive ran*, of OUMnn'i  and Misses cohl��,    ^-   I
tion to and exeroise can- i��� the selection of wate for the young.    Mothers   *&nl   thi
their children as ',<���:  as they do for them*lves.    This is one reason that  Colllster's  ,
after    Customers can *el  reliable  Children's  coats  here   depend   ���: ���  ....  tor that.     Co
m made ���f s���eh materials as, Chevlol  Serge, Fancy Stripes and Checks, Venetian and Tw*
variety of colors.
living the young folks in and  we will try to please them if we try on every coal In the
Among the New Dress Goods
H!fTffT!�� . ; money before MiasDy mi
IISlW    I Diamond & Corbould,
Dominion Trust
Building
REAL ESTATE
Week - End  Excursion
i
I - 10
CHILLIWACK
S.S.   RAMONA;
will make special trip    on Sal unlay,
. Sept.  12, for Chilliwack Races, leav-, j
: lng l',   C, ii. Ity. wliul' ai 6:30   a.m.;
ireturning leave Chilliwack on Sunday,
Sepi. 13, al 7 a.m.
Chilliwack   wlll be  reached    about
112:30, giving  visitors ample time    to
sec this famous  vallev In    its    very
i
| busiest.
Fare  for  round  trip  $2.50.
I     Chilliwack freight only will    lie ac- j
j cepted on  this trip not later  .kan 8
p.m. on I ith Inst.
R.  WIHTMOKE,  Secret��T.y.     I
The   new   fall   fabrics  are   meetln
with greal  success.
We anticipate a big demand for such
���   materials   as   the   Broadcloths,   Venetians,  Cheviots,   Plain   Dark   Colored
Strips   and   Pine  Serges.
A complete range ol fOlorg In all
these lines enables nt to please the
most   exacting.
We take gfl I    pli asure In showing
these tew   goods      Ask  to  see   them.
Farm Lands
City Property
General Insurance
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
I
Bargains
Every Day
At Morey's
40 piece Ten Seta, Kngllsh China,  $4.50 to  $20.00.
10 piece Toilet  SCts, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
j|   NEW   things  in  China arriving
<eve_7 week now.
Come ��md see,
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
Dark
Striped
TWEEDS
60c per yd.
An exceptional  line of good
weight   tweeds   In   stripes  only.
Dark narrow stripes most desirable materials for children's
school dresses and Ladles'
skirts.
Fine
NAVY
SERGES
Best English line twilled
Berges, with hard dust proof
finish per yard  45c to $1.15
French Venetians In a large
range of colors. A cloth which
has a good weight and bright
serviceable finish ln shades of
Brown, Navy, Green, Cardinal,
Fawn, (irey, Reseda and Black.
per pard  .. 90c, $1, $1.25, $1.35
Cheviot
SERGE
SUITINGS
Plain  all   wool Cheviot
t this Beason'a m��" "'
8   '!fe
|||S��'
among
!W
lonable    fabric*     B��1ng   -
,   .    received �����>
past  week we ii"u ���
the  popular f
thla   favorite  m"1*3''"
yard
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR

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