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 xi      .���- % x
ite, Shiles & Co.
tlRE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B.C
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 ' W��>ia St. Phone 85
Ma St
U'MK
NUMBER 219
��**
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1907.
10 CENTS PEA .j ,��K
f APPROPRIATION   MILLIONAIRE PLEASED
t SAPPERTON PARK  WITH CITY'S PROSPECT
(nittee Appointed to Sandy MacDonald Grows
jfer With City Repre- Enthusiastic Over Future
[tatives on Subject. of New Westminster
TESLIN   COUNTRY    IS
Ion Vi
ed
bdi ' ' i
athy   with Bappertons
cure a public park was
Mayor Keary   and   sev-
at   a   public  meeting
Are   hall   last
Sandy MacDonald Is delighti d with
Ni w Westminster,
When standing on bis   lignlty, Sandy is Alexander MacDonald, i .-mayor
<et   Winnipeg,  presldenl   and   '���������   '���:--
shareholdei   oi   the Gre it   Wi -i   Life
Assurance e ipany, presldenl  of the
ant sufficiently large   Tribune publishing companj oi Winnipeg, two-thirds ownei ol - ae of the
biggesl   who ��� sale  groci i .   establishments In western Oana !.. and inter-
i in  mc nc.   .����������������        ��� ested in   more  industries  and  under-
..,,< largely  attended   takings than he can remember with-
:-;; ;,   representative or   o;" - Strain on his memory.    He says
01 sts.     The'    Hon.   W-
the chair, remarked
l��� th    Sapperton
aD j     en   Is every probabll
���: I ^	
���  of putting  the  old
.,    ,        ,-��� dceable condition
in the near future.
OVERRUN   BY  WOLVES
111 liei e,   in
Itllle'    ':^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_m
I,-,, |n the hearty manifestation
twn In a matter touch-
I .       interest
and Cameron acted
Itesmi a foi the Sapperton peo-
(n.i . \;' dned that the  meeting
itehorse,  Y   T-. Sept  20���Wm.
1': .... of this town, who has returned
i i Ti Blin by waj ol Atlin, where- lie
Ined '"i -' e.e- time at his com-
. . Q -'- nailing pi st, says that unusual
itions   pi rail   In   Teslin   for   this
a of the year.    Large   bauds of
��� Ivi . are roam ing over the country
lng moose and other game and even   going   so   Car   nr   to   attack   men.
onl.- a fefw day.-,   go an Indian on the
across the < ountry from Atlin to
n was  attacke i    by  a* band  of
and ��� - api I ��� nlj . Iter Bhoot-
,-���  two of the brutes and making ofl
hi .   the    irvivi rs were eating their
i    omrade.    Two Instances have
:urri I late!)  v, b, re men have been
ttacked   bj   wolves   and   Mr.   Drury
ii is now dangerous to go out In
. lids of thai  country  without a
��� in :.inl rii km wledge to use It,
NEWSPAPER   PUBLISHERS
TO   FIGHT   PAPER  TRUST
he has eno igh money to live comfortably   I'oi     ih      remainder  of  his
da; -:    other | eople fix his wealth at
and    expressed  nis   seveml mi|:, ..,
.Ami be Is ini.. rested In New Westminster a.t the present time. He was
brought over here from Vancouver
yesterday by George Adams, who undertook lee show him a few of the
natural bt auties of the- city, an i incidentally some of the Industries^ Alien called in ,~r:-suance of the ter the tour of inspection was com-
Dt   kave the Sapperton par*   P***  a  News  ����"  approached  the
pair for the purpose of securing some
ei,      I thai the need of mon- ,....
information  concerning the establish-
h  .'. to carry  out  the   prin    ,,,, ,u   ..,.  a   wholesale   houge     in   the
acern.    The  speak-   city, but  apparently  there  is  nothing
nw  ��� :���   unmistakable  intima-   doing just  now.
or ��� nefll of the mayor and      "You ll-lv" <>ne ,,f ^ pretties)  |it-
., ,���    were present by special   ;;'   10W,1S here that  I have seen for
a long time, and I am charmed with
it," commented Mr. MacDonald. "It
is seldom thai l get interested in a
place ho soon as I was in N'ew V^est-
minster today, but I lims; say I certainly like this city. It has a future,
that's  plain   to  be- ssen."
An- you  going to buy"	
"Sure,  what   will you  have,
in the man  with the coin, before th-
r< portel  cou .1 finish his enquiry con-
ii :iiing teal estate.
The irrigation problem having been
satisfactorily   disposed   of,   Mr   Mac-
Fortune  in   Unclaimed   Letters.
i    n,  Sept-  20.���The -annual  re-
���    I tbe postmaster-general shows
'   lasl   year  11,120,695   1 Hers  were
li livered,  owing    to    their   being
wrongly   addressed.    They   contained
��687,000,   cheques,   notes,   or   postal
orders which were not claimea.
New York, Sept. 20-���Members of
the American Newspaper Publishers'
association, meeting in the Waldorf-
Astoria yesterday, discussi d the high
price o. white paper an : adopted resolutions for a reduction.
Efforts are to be directed against
the- comfbine among manufacturers.
Anotlu-r phase of the battle will be
for a reduction in the tariff rates on
white paper imported Into the coun
try  from  Canada-
The  publishers  plan  te.  carry  their
contest tu the Presldenl and the di
partment of justice, alleging there exists among the manufacturers a combine- in re Btralnt of ti
LOAVES OE BREAD
MAY BE SMALLER
Toronto, Sept- 20.���Magistrate Ellis
yesterday morning reserved judgment
in the case of the Lord's Day Alliance
vs- the (Irani Trunk railway for alleged breach of the Lord's Day Act,
iii moving certain trains out of York
on Sunday. April IS. The magistrate'
said that in liis opinion, the Grand
Trunk had committed a breach of the
act. but he considered the act was too
stringent and would reserve judgment
for a week, until the the railway commission had been consulted.
PRESENT COUNCIL
WANTS ANOTHER TERM
JIU-JITSU ATTRACTION
SECURED EOR 'M
Mayor And Aldermen  Are! McLaghlen and Kanada Will
Likely to Stand for Re-,    Wrestle For Championship
election in December.
ROGERS' MILLIONS
ARE LEAVING HIM
i There is a strong probability thai
ulie members ol the 1907 N'ew Wesl
'minster city council to a man will be
���in the Held for re-election in 1908-
A canvass of the mayor and the ma-
jo: ii y of aldermen disclosed the fact,
it then answers to direct queries can
rie taken as a reliable criterion, that
incne are advene to taking another
'.lyei at the civic polls-
Mayor Keary lias announced on
���moie than one occasion that he would
not refuse a ���seventh term if the people of New Westminster prove favor-
a le to his candidature- "If the ratepayers are satisfieel with the work
thai ha.- been done during my term
-of office by myse'if and the alder-
toanic board, and wish me to stand
again for office, 1 will do so," Mayor
Keary is reported to hae said-        e
it is quite likely, however, that tho
election of a mayor will not be by acclamation- Aid- Jar line has been
much talked of lately as a probable
on Friday, Oct. 4.
|t. thai the city council was ex-
:.   ...   tiie  project   financial
Kearj .valued that be was
i :   bl Iping  Sapperton   along
lambitixiis to secure a pink, but
. ei en l of the matter was
plicul! pajt-    Arrangements lia.I
aa li   :��� :   the    construct ion  ol
ne <-.i> I   Bidi walks  in
ton. bui  if  the  ratepayers  oi
In  favor of  having
i appropriation expend-
|thi re would be notli-
Bakers Consider Advisability | Collapse of Financial Mag
of   Doing   Something   to
Offset Advance in Price.
tha/tt
to do but  to act
IK mild remarked thai he eliil not care
to make any pending transactions
public at the present time, but he in-
timated that he would not forge! New
Westminster as a first-class Invest
;ne nt field when ho had any stray
change handy.
He is leaving this morning for Winnipeg, intend to spend a few days
at Banff on the way back.
It thi
tlon.
J- mike In a similar vein,
I I      dine expressed the opln-
e.iiH'il would be wi ling
'������'��� ��� pi ijecl tee anj ��� .���- i
pte
���!i - -     ��� p itnted ' an  thai the
''' ii bi .ai made and that
Nni-    ������ re low, but   nevi i the
������ to Bee tlie improve ���
'���  ten   in some mann i
|��:-'   ���     '. il a tew ��hade i rei s
work of clearing the
B
1 nt   quite   fully   Into
:: ��� ee ml of the question.
the amount  of taxa iie      Vancouvei
ierton, and  the sen.)   Sporting   writers   In   the   Vancouver
LACROSSE TEAMS WILL
LIVE IIP TO CONTRACT
lacrosse   men   and  the
I
��� xpended   there' an-
Improvements,    Ha
'  : U"    ,:'   Sappe t0n  ;"    pen  to the New  Westminster team if
1M! "  ���   a      the city a belter'
press  are   wasting
em rgy In discussii
a  iot  of wind  and
g >vii-ii would hap-
ivilllng to go down
i :ki;   if necessa .-  to
-   .-
.nxiou-   1 i   see   thi
ror the benefit of the
and  he' wo i l  sup
ds vote In the coun-
I subscription,
���'      -   M P.,     stated     that
���   nol   be  blamed   for
id no;  be n tn al ri
Of parks.    The oit-
ln city  bad Queen's
Enders bad Moody
I seen a greal   many
:i i bad ooncluded that
m lerfully  to  the ap-
" '   '   'lace.   He was anxious
I put in condition al
'   ol  lhe lacrosse play-
i'l' ornamenting un-
"]" Ume to time in the fu-
I-
Dl    |
f :i 'era!  resident
hi si
I'e
Illll
on! Al
lint!
;of   Sapjier-
i briefly on the sub-
Je ^a'nnan suggested that a
on calling for the expenditure
ne  passed-      Mayor
Jardine advised that
" 0{ ""i'1' trom the rneet-
"" ""'I   to   confer   with   a
1'|,|"""lin " from the council to
Js- "r the work, and that it
,,���," 'll" ""mcil to -rant what-
i""! they
^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^
accepted,   and
��n. nieUlr and George
be  MeipK- i.e..is won from them on
the  28th   ins:    They  figure  thai   as
.. would then be a tie in the1 H C
championship race, Mew Westminster
v.. el l iiiii bave lime to play off Phi
I e before going up againsi the T s-
: imsehs on i be following w. ��� ���
day, when they would Ix c imi pr i
fessloaalize I, and the championship
wi ild fail in the Maple Leafs. All of
which  would happen, of   coins.', in
ca ie the Sin  pur ��� dictators In the
lae ro ise world held to their threat to
professionalize any team guilt;, ol
playing the Tecumseha and debarring
them from iompetlng with so-caSled
amateur teams
The exhibition managemeni  report
thai   they  have  heard  nothitag that
would   lead   Ihem  to  believe'  tb'.it   the
te'aiiis signed up In the contracl for
the tournament will drop out- The
New Westminster club Intends to g<>
through with the matches, and us for
their chance:- of losing the B, 0<
championship, by fulling down on the
28th, they are nol worrying, The
fund of Information and speculation
constructed on the word "if" so ex-
i tensively used ln the Maple1 Leaf vo-
' "abulalory has inspired no terrors in
Bit able to contribute
Nation   was
Nels NeiE
I11   Was   ;
Use.
Hon. ty
the
far-
New
Westminster  breasts  thus
" ""''I to act on the
Norman Hole was ten-
s of.ice>
meeting
in vote
"! "  aft�� whieb'the
H,.���   or t!,nnks for his offices
Bt. John's, N- K, sept. 20,-The
beaviesl gale reported here for forty
years, swept the Newfoundland c"i>s'
today. Reports Prom settlements
show thai iiv<' live's were lost. The
storm struck many Ashing vessels and
eleven schooners and Bio ips were
driven ashore or foundered at their
moorings-
In spite of the fact tha/ the price
: bread has increased in several oth-
��� cities on account of the recent rise
in the price of flour, the housewives
of New Westminstei can retain their
peace ol mind; tb< price will remain
the _  me iu this city, but���
The s.__e oi the loaf, is almost sure
be reduced by a quarter of a pound
or so.
A meeting of the five city  bakers
will be htid in tiie course of tiie next
:��� v,   days  to decide  what action   will
be   taken   In  the  matte:-    The   bread
men  st*te that they  will be ojblfged
I     li   something heroic if they are to
ke ends meet, and as they do nol
. ������    Inclined   to  r.iise    the   price  o!
bread, tbe only ether visible' expedient!   : ��� P crease the size of the loaf-
The  bakers   are nol   an unit on this
O8ition, and there ri jus   a  bare
chance  that   things   will    remain   as
they are.
At the present time, a loaf of bread
the staple size weighs a pound .ie:
a half, and sells for sir cents to fam
Hi -. anel five cents to hotels and rea '
i ,    nts.   Flour, which a lew months
. . i sold for as low as $4.fid a barrel,
weighing 196 pounds, cannol  now be
��� btalned  For less than $6-20.    Wa -"��� >'
...id  to employees are  the  same   is
foi nw'Tly.
li the bakers de d y-d to introduce
the smaller loaf, this will mean thai
a-iw sets of baking tIns will bave I>>
" obtaine I, as those at pn Bent in
i e will nol in' Bull ble ' tbe one
as i a quarter pound 'oaf
nate Said to be Due  to
Loss of $40,000,000.
HiNDUS WILL  ADOPT
WHITE   MEN'S   WAYS
Away with ihe' turl ans.   11 im n< n
Ing on Oct I. evei j i ne of th<   -
:: ndus empl .1 .if tbe Prase,  i Ivi r
mil s  will casi    aside    the fifty odd
. i . of cheesi < i ith thai adorn bis
cranium, hie bim to the barber, gi I i
i::ir cut ami shampoo, and sally forth
like any while man, wearing a fell
hai of the very latest style Tbe
turbans will be seen no mere ai Mill-
side-
Some twenty oi the Asiatics employee! at the big mill have already
fallen into line and headed the new
movement, and these are so pleased
with their appearance that they insist on iheir dusky brethren following their example. It is reported on
good authority that the tonsorial operation to which the Sikhs will submit will deprive mi'ilion-s of little creatures of their habitation and e.x-
Istence.
Turns Things to Stone.
New York, Sept. 20-���Agostino Aus-
bepl Grosso, a chemist of Veroelli,
Italy, now In this city, declares he has
found a way to turn organic BUb-
Btances into stone. "By my process,''
-aid Grosso, "I can petrify an ele-
; liant as easily as a hug- It is all
done the same way, by the 'ise of
chemicals aud hypodermic syringe."   i r*a<s w'tb traffic-"
New York. Sept. 20���Wall street
was stjartled early today by a story
that Henry H. Rogers, ;,resident of
the Standard Oil com;.any. had been
"stung" to the tune of $40,000,000 in
his Virginia railroad project and that
bis breakdown was due primarily to
wot v over impending bankruptcy.
While the street wras still pondering
over the portentlous news, friends of
Mr. Rogers ran aboui spreading the
tidings tbal the story was made oui
of whole- cloth; that Mr- Rogers was
still the happy possessor of a little
for;une of abou; $20,000,000, mostly
in  ca.-h   in   the  bank-
The  Evening Post, however, says:
"Confirmation was obtained in
Wall  Btreel today of  reports to the
: rt ilia. II- H K. .������ : -��� was Heavily
interested In the Tidewater railway
project.
"According to the stories previously circulated, upwards of 40 per cent.
.: Mr. Rogers' fortune be een in-
���. eived In the tidewater Investment-
It wa_? reported toiray thai tne personal obligation incurred amounted to
$40.1)00,0(10. Il can be Btated positively lhat the sum is much larger them
ilie amouni named, also ih:it the situation has been entirely cleared up.
"in order lo niit'i the demands
made upon him In connection witn
the construct ion of tii ������ railroad, Mr,
Rogers was forced to dispose of i
largo amouni of Investment stocks ai
i sacrifice.. All during tbe recent el1"
cline in price i, ths . Ic president of
��� i Standard Oil compa ij sold gill
edge stocks, such as S andard Oil,
en-ee.llil r.eel (i.is, rm e i Pacific and
St. Paul.
��� Some five nr six years ago, againsi
advice of his frlen Is, Mr. Rogera
itarted to build In Wi I Virginia a
low grade road, which w ild ; mallei
the Norfolk ^ Wesi rn. His object
waa to carry coal an I lumber to ti le-
water. The line was I i be 111 mih s
long. Only 125 miles have been completed
"Only a few months ago, In order
to raise $10,000,000 for the tidewater
road. II. II. lingers issued his personal notes, secured by $20,000,000 first
mortgage bonds, $10,000,000 stock, and
$10,000,000 divided or interest paying
collateral. These 6 ier cent, notes
were endorsed b.v M- il- Rogers, personally
"Railway officials who have watched the construct ion of the road with
IntenBn interest from the beginning,
Bay tliat the project, even at this
stage, is more or less problematical-
If is confidently hoped, however, that
with the sacrifices already made in
disposing of high-priced securities,
Rogers is In a position to gain his
end and see the mileage completed.
"It was learned some months ago
1 lun the Standard Oil man and his
associates had bought up all the avai"-
a ble lumber and coal lands in West
Virginia- These purchases amounted
to thousands of ncres, and will in
some future time supply the tidewater
A contract was entered into yesterday afternoon between the board
nl directors of the R- A- & I- society
and Leopold McLaglen. whereby the
wrestling maitch between Kanada and
McLaglen tor the championship of
the world iu jiu jitsu style of wrestling will be held in this city during
exhibition week. Mr. Mcbagleu appeared before a special meeting of the
board held yesterday afternoon ait the
park, and after explaining his proposition, the offer was accepted and the
match will be puled off on Friday
afternoon,  October -1.  commencing at
;: o'clock.
According to the agreement entered into between the wrestlers, the
winner will get nearly all of the
prize- This condition was dictated
iby McLaglen, fl fact which is a fair
Indication of liis opinion as to who
���the winner will lie. A special stage
will be constructed on the "oval in
front of the grand stand, and special
candidate, and Aid- Johnston is also : reserved   seats   will  be  placed about
mentioned as a likely runner.   When | the  stage-
raterviewed Last evening, Aid, Johnston stated that his present position
which takes up his entire time, would
prevent him from offering himself for
the mayoralty, but it is remembered
���that Mr- Johnston advanced this same
excuse when trying to ward off his
friends and the position of alderman
last December, and his statement is
'therefore not accepted as final and
[unalterable.
PoEowlng were the replies grien
by aldermen last evening when asked
"whether they proposed standing for
re-election:
Aid. .lardine���"I don't know. Good
night-"
Aid. Shiles���"That is more than !
know. Ask me something that 1 cnn
lanswer. If I don't go back East, 1
lmay."
Aid. Johnston���"The election is too
Car  i.viiy for me to say."
Aid- (.ira.y���"I g less 1 wil) be there."
Al I-   Garrett���"1   am   not   going   ti
make no promises yet."
���   Aid-   H-eriey  and   Smith   have   m>t
������..'��� e ��� .1 their feeling on the subject
as . et.
EM.fiiMTKM CHAIRMAN
VISITS NEW WESTMINSTER
Walter Hazeli, late M- P. for Leicester, and chairman of Hazeli, Watson and Viney, of Aylesbury and London, visited the Royal City yesterday,
the guest of E. A- Paige. Mr- Hazeli,
as chairman of the Emigration Committee of Central Unemployed Body,
lias be n to;.ling Canada wi;h a view
to making arrangements with the Dominion and Provincial governments
for the reception of emigrants trom
the odd country, who are sen; ou;
fr. m time to time il y this -body. The
work done in the pail by the emigration body li.'- been the means of rescuing many a family from starvation
..v. Ing !.. Bl ai Citj of work, and giving
��� ��� . 111 a fresh sta. 1 In Cana la-
The hist ��� . f every a anl seeking for assistan ��� I �� migrate Is oare
fully gone Into, and none but those
whom ii is fell sure will make desirable citizens are helped to emigrate.
Hazeli   has  just   returned  from
M1.
a visit to Premier McBride, and was
very pleased with the sympathetic
manner in which lie had listened to
the schemes for supplying help in the
labor mark! I-
Mr, Hazeli is an extensive traveller, having in his leisure time visited
most of the colonies under the British (lag- On his return East, he will
meet both Lord Grey and Sir Wilfrid Laifrier in reference to liis
schemes for the betterment oif the
London unemployed-
it is anticipated that the bout will
be one of the chief attractions at the
fair, owing partly to the fact that
very little has been seen of the science in this country. The Japanese
population are enthusiastic backers
of their countryman, and they will
therefore be present at the match in
large numbers.
Leopold McLaglen obtained a knowledge of the system from a Japanese
servant Of his father who lived witli
the family from the time Leopold was
12 years of rage  to manhood, accompanying  him   laber  to  Oxford.    This
man had a thorough knowledge of the
ant,  and   im-parted  his  knowledge W
his employer-    Mr- McLaglen studied
medicine at Oxford for a term, gaining   a   comprehensive   knowledge   of
anatomy and later, giving up the idea
of being  a  doctor,  joined the army
against   the  Boers   in   South   Africa-
While in South Africa he wrestled after the close of the war. with a i-ep-
utaibie Boer wrestler, General De Vil-
lion, defeating him after an hour and
a  half  of   work-     Mr-   McLaglen   de;^
feated the ex-champion of the \tfl_d-_T
Xani Macaka. at the Natio.^aj cjU|, in
London in lf)04, thereby winning the
ex-championship.    Tani   M.acaka had
been beaten the year jjefore in Japan
by   Kanada,   McLaglen's   present   o>p-
ponent, depriving him of the woT*1-*'-
championship    Kanada is at the pr.'*",
ent   time   the   champion   jiu    jitsi
wrestler-
Mr.  McLaglen  is  21  years of ag:
and   weighs  22a  pounds.    He stands
six feet six inches tall, and Has not
an ounce of superfluous flesh on liis
frame-   No small part of his prowness
he    inherited    from    his father,  the
present   Lord   Bishop    of    Clarmont,
South  Africa,  who earned  a reputation as an athlete, when a young man.
The Young People's society connected with the Olivet Baptist church
will hold a public meeting in tlle body
of the church on Monday evening,
when the Rev- J- W- l_eitcb, of Vancouver, will speak. This will be the
last occasion on which this pastor
will addi'e?ss a Xew Westminster audience previous to his departure for
Winnipeg, to which city he has accepted a call-
Teachers Get Increase
.Wlson. U- C��� Sept 20���T%e request o*' ihe assistant teachers of Nelson public schools for an immediate
increase In salary, on account of the
generally increased cost of living, was
granted by the board of school trustees at their regular monthly meeting this morning, after careful deliberation, without a dissenting voice-
The increases will take effect at once,
in connection with the salaries for
September. The effect will (be to
place Nelson more nearly on a level
with the other cities ln the interior.
It is a fact that Nelson has for several years been paying less to teachers than Grand Forks, Rossland and
Revelstoke.
It was resolved unanimously that
an increase of $10 per month to e'icli
of the nine assistant teachers in the
public school be granted, to take effect with the payment of the September salaries- *,
The price to be paid the fishermen
for cohoes by the canneries and fish
dealers will be still further decreased
on Monday from the present figure
of 25c At a meeting of the Kraser
River Canners' association held in
Vancouver on Wednesday last it was
decided that the price should be 25
cents, but the members of the association later came to the decision
that 20 cents per fish would be more
appropriate. This lower figure will
rule on and after Monday next ���
PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATU:^''.SEPT
Birks and Diamonds
have been so closely connected 'for
thirty-five years that a thought of
"Birks" suggests diamonds and high
quality.
We have gained the public confidence by strict honesty in all our
transactions���of having the best selection of precious stones and giving
the best value possible wherever we
are-
Today our great stock of loose and
mounted diamonds is matchfes*.
Every stone is exactly as represented
Perfectly cut, flawless, first water
color stones is the grade we carry-
Buy a Diamond; 'tis a gooei investment-
Henry Birks & Sons Ltd.
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers, Corner Granville
and Hastings Street.
GEORGE   E   TROREY.  Managing  Director
BOUNDARY UNE^ �� o/r close In Resided
DEFINED IN
Quality
iff
Dawson,     Sept-     20���International
��� boundary   surveyors   wh >   have   been
1 delineating the Alaskan-Canadian line
since June 13, have finished work for
I the summer and returned to Dawson-
The   advance   party   came   down   the
White   river  on a   raft;     others  are
1 coming overland witn  horses.
Fortymile river. Slxtymile river and
Poker creek are the chief mining
streams crossed. There is no serlOUB
complaint now from the miners who
are thrown from one country into another by a change' In the. line- The
work is completed on the Yukon river
to i/.ieiiie creel. A twenty-foot sky-
I line has been cut and bronze nionu
, ments will be erected next year, and
the line, finished to Mount St- Ellas,
which is at the southern end
Collar Styles
One to suit you whatever
your preference��� and In
quarter sizes that will tit
you exactly
Can be had CHE A
if taken at once.
BOURNE y GORDONl
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
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SHOEOLOGY
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AT THE OLD COM
TRY BOUT STORE '
Ladies' Strom
'��� 5.
Dents'   Btroi , -.
Bool !,  $1 50 to $275
Collar Quality I
La lie.'..' Fine Sb i ��tn $2 50 up
dents' Fine sin ���-- trom $2 75 up
from $2 50 up;   Boys' and Girl i' Si it *
SPECIAL���ABk   ' .   -���"���   the   D ck   Waterproof   Boo
Dents' and Boys'    NOTE   Vou can   lispense    wit!
wearing th    Dick   - i ie    Sole Agency:
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Provincial Exhibition
1 907-
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
AND
Queen's Park, New Westminster, B.C.
OCTOBER
1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
$50,0001P��� and Attractions $5Q? flflfl
STUPENDOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE
ARRAY OF EXHIBITS!
representing Agriculture, Horticulture, and Stock, as well
as the Industries of the Province.
The attractions will consist of a Lacrosse Tournament, in which the Toronto Tccumsehs, Vancouver and;
New Westminster teams will take part; Scottish Sports,
Baseball matches, Balloon ascensions, several Bands of
Music, Pyrotechnic Display, Sailors' Sports.
For further information see small bills and prize lists.
TOURISTS  PELTED  WITH
STONES  IN THE  TYROL
Berlin, Sept. 20���So many German
, tourists have been maltreated by It-
'. alians  in the   Tyrolean   Alps   that   a
commission will leave Berlin soon tee
inquire  Into the attacks.    Tlle other
day a professor who i- conducting a
scientific  inquiry    was  seriously  [n-
: Jin-oil. anel twenty men and women arrive.1 at  Trient bleeding and covered
��� with mud and egg stains.    They had
' been   ill-treated   by  the   Irridentlsts.
! Some time ago German tourists were'
i similarly attached, but no notice., was
l taken-   This time, however, Gt rmanj
will  insist  on  the  Irridentlsts  being
punished.    It'  the  punishment  is  not
considered   satisfactory,   other   steps
will lee taken.
Thi? story conies that the Germans
were beaten with sticks, pelted with
stones and rotti n eggs, and drenched
with dye. Nearly all of them were injured, many seriously. As they left,
all the windows of the trains were
smashed. The German consul has demanded protection of tit" Austrian au-
thorities for German subjects.
Be sure your oollars are
of  "TRIANGLE   LINEN "
We sell guaranteed L-inen
Coll irs���ali the most ap-
prov l style, with trie
strong three-thread eyelet button hole \-'. tir
them.
* The Old Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia
% J.    STEWART,    Proprietor
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'���U
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fFRY'S
J.E. Brown i RYALL'S DRUG STORE!
AND COMPANY.
CASH CLOTHIER
P.  S.���UMBRELLAS.
Look Up\
'ri ������ Re \. !���". Sipprell will officiate
at the morning service a* the West
Kijd.Mi iliodist church tomorrow morn-
lng. The evening service will be taken by the Rev. Prof. Hetherlngton.
The Bible class meeting will tal:
place at l'�� a. m-
J. TRAPP,
President.
W. H. KEARY,
Secretary.
STAR OF INDIA
TEA COMPANY
IWHH
FORMER  BOSS CROKER
TO   VISIT NEW   YORK
Xew York. Sept 20.��� The reporl
that Richard Croker, the former Tammany chief, will be here this fall to
meet his old-time friends, was confirmed yesterday by liis son. Richard
jr., who arrived here on the Cunard
liner Lusitania, with his mother and
sister.
Young Richard said liis father was
in gooel health and was anxiously
^waiting the time when he would sail
from the oilier siele to the city over
���which his sway was supreme for so
long-
��� llis visit will have absolutely no
keolitieal significance. Fearing thai
(politicians would make capita, oul of
his cqming, he has delayed his arriv-
tii lu re until after the i lection "rii
November.
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Royal City Clean- \
ing, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
367   Columbia   St.
OPP. PRE.MIEK HOTEL
Phone B278
Bring in your clothes to be pi ised
ae once in order to itasure the work
being done before the .air-
Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
ALSO
"PERFECT"
Flavoring
Extracts
We Are Giving $5.00 Gold for the  best layer
���- =    Cake at the Exhibition.   =====
A cordial invitation is extended to all    to visit our exhibit at the fair-
Prunes for Preserving,
400 crates] MUST be sold
Get your orders in early!
per crate   25c.    per crate
T. S. ANNANDALE SL
Hotel   Guests
Ouicbon���W. I'\ Duke, Montreal;
Mrs. ii. a. Bell, Portland; ll < hant-
rell, Blaine; U- S. Sale. Yale; \ p.
Gillies, Tacoma.
Windsor���M- Ooudon, Victoria; Ruby Paquet, Vancouver; D Kenn lv
and wife, Saull ste Marie; F T Law-
son, Chicago; J. B. Freis ir, Vancouver; ('. Brown, Surrey; Y- Eteith and
wife, Chicago.
Colonial���dl. Hornby. John Reid and
wife, F- Katamaya, R- Huston, Cloverdale;  ,1- H- Grant, Surrey.
F XH1B1T1QN
WE PRINT
Show Cards
Si^RS and
Banners
REASONABLE  CHARGES.
The Royal City
Sign Works
39 SIXTH STREET
Plai ��� yiiir orders early;   and   avoid
tit ��� rush at exhibition time.
Real
having
Whether or not a price i.s low
div ���'. i - mi \\ hal sort of value
you receive for the price. On
'bl- bas - we ave j ou money
on everything thai druggists
sell. Our fir-' aim Is to supply
our trade with dependable
go ri ; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost. We are invariably Sucre-.-;:',;; -a hoth these Intentions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Colu.r.b.a St., New Wes'.minster
Telephone  83
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Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE  AMU UNUlNE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKlUUHi and
STRUCTURAL IRON     WOKK.
Ornamental iron worn, including
Fences, Gates, Fire hscapes, etc.
Mail orders nnd correspondence ln
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE BTKHUOT.
Now Wpatnilnntpr t>. ��>   47^  j
Nothing Excel
During- the long winter months, the GRAPi !''*[
for passing away the loi ; dull evenings. We hafll
now a fine stock ot Inst, aments, and over 3,000 i^l
cords to select your mus  i from.
Also Edison Phonog iptts and Records. CoMf
bia and Victor Records! Pianos, Organs, Musical m
struments, and Singer and Wheeler & Wilson seV|
ing machines.
J. li. TODD
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Westminster
Transfer Co.
'fine 'Phone ISft.       Ham  pnone 137
Columbia st.
ilaggage ilelivered
part uf the city.
promptly   to   in;
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi so���Train   Dead
JUST RECEIVED CARLOAD OF
BRIQUETTE
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
s
GILLEY
AwV ��� Lav, s<^t *��� 1907 r
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
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THE BEST SHIRT
LADE FOR THE WOPKINGMAN
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BY HAND
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the Shirt for the Working Man f
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We give a guarantee with every two of the
shirts we sell, wear them alternately, if they
wear out in one year, bring them back and
get your money back. The H. B. K, Co.
stand back of this guarantee; we stand
back of you.
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HILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
iole Agents for New Westminster
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WHAT WILL BRING
MUCH REVENUE
I TO FARMERS
Vancouver, Sept- 20���Timt Manitoba
and Saskatchewan will have practically rn good a year as last, nnd that
tiie.. grain growers will have quite as
much money to Bpend, is the opinion
oi ei .1 Bury, assistant general mftn-|
iger, westei :i lines; Gana Flan Pacific railway, who arrived in this city'
'hi.-  morning-
'The reports of damage to crops has
been greatly exaggerate I," Bald Mr.
Bury "and ii the weathei coatlnues
favorable lor the harvest thi' gi-ow-
ei will have nothing t<> complain
ee i j ii t Whal damage has been done
ihe- crops will ':.������ fully made up fur hy
tip. Increased prices and the farmers
will have- ;:s ni'ie ii mow .. to spend
this ;.fir ,i> they bad last. We came
through tin- wheat Dell bj daylight
and the Information I was able tu
glean from competent judges is what
l ii.e������:��� this opinion on."
Mr Bury is accompanie! hy .J- E.
Schwitzer, chief engineer of western
line.i -;i ii ci the object of t..e trip is
the periodica] inspection of the im-
provi ni. nts and operation of the road.
On their way west the officials took
in tiie Boundary country and Spokane, arriving here this morning hy
tli'' Owl train from Starile. They w.ll
start on their return journey over the
ni.iin  line  on  Sunday  morning.
The
Good
Cheer
Store
T
Just received direct
from Tea   Gardens
Ceylon and India
Tea at all prices
Sample Free
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We have Home of the daintiest
Lace and Silk Blouses
���.,-.  shown in the city.    Just  what   you   want   for  either  afternoon e.r cveniug wear-    Our    prioes range from   .... $4 50 to $13
|THE WHITE HOUSE
11. BIRTCH,   -   275 Columbia Street |
Hussey Goes North.
Victoria, Sept. 20.���S'upt. Hussey, of
the provincial police, is at present on
his way north to visit the police depots at Port Simpson, Prince Rupert '
��nd other points in the province. He
is making a general tour of inspection
anil will report to the utrorney-g-sn- j
eral's department on the changes
which he considers necessary in the
provincial system of iw.ice control.
The growth of the jrovince has not
.���'ii attended by a correspbuiTing
'growth in the provincial police force,
1 md the superintendent will report on
���the requirements of new districts and
;the advisability of establishing sev-
'���r'.il new stations. He wlll probably
riirit Queen Charlotte islands during
1 lie tour, or may join Sergt- Murray
ton liis way down from Hazeiton,
Where he has been attending to the arrangements for the search for uiin-n-
Noot
Choice Creamery
BUTTER
3 Lbs, for $1
Condensed
Advertisements
WANTED���250 fir piles- AppTy P.
O   Box 204, city.
TO RENT���A large front room, suit-
B lie for two. Apply Mrs. Domlny,
care Daily  News office.
WANTED���Smarl boy to work in
printing office Jackson i: Morrison, printers, Daily News block.
WANTED���Housework for a Japanese boy, 10 years old- Apply P. O
Box 296.
WANTED���Kern.iie help, light worl;,
short hours- Apply New .Melhod
Steam Laundry, Columbia Street-
WANTED���Work by experienced
dressniflker- Address, Miss G- News
office.
STRAYED���To J. Reichenbach's m-r-l-
dence, Eighth street, red and white
mooley cow-   Apply above address.
We supply help ol all kinds, no charge
telephone 3129, Canadian Pacific
Employment agency, 006 Cordova
street W , Vancouver. B- C.
WANTED���Board and lodging by Norwegian   lady-    Terms  no otjject, if'
home   suitable     and    surround'ngs
pleasant-     Apply     immediately    at
Dtiily News office for particulars.
WANTED���To trarU, fine home just
outside Westminster for city property. Principals only- S- R- Bowell,
Sapperton-
LOST���A gold filled watch, English
case, finder kindly return to T.
Gifford's jewelry store and obtain
reward.
FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
rooms to let in Vancouver, 35 Hastings St., W. next door to Palace
hotel, Mrs. E. J. Grieve, proprietress.
WANTED���To rent if possible close
to river in or near Westminster,
suitable accommodation for fish
smoking house- Apply "F" Daily
News- |
.6-ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth St.,
between Third and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to be.
sold immediately; a bargain at
$1600, half cash. Apply McQuarr.e
& Co., Front St.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
.1    ly in timber.   Have large and smai,
s      tracts  on   water.     If  you   wish  tc
buy or sell, see me.   Hi. R. Chandler
407 Hastings St.. Vancouver. B.C.
AMUSEMENTS
uJ*��4m
GREATEST ATTRACtToN
OE THE YEAR
WEDNESDAY
SEPT.
25th
G. M. Cohan's
GREAT   MriSICAI.   PLAY
u
LITTLE
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TONES'"
80��� People��� 80
46--Prize Beauty Chorus
Girls-46
2 Carloads of Scenery
iWr-Ct'-*.
'.IN. Draper H.STEWARDSON
10O pair of odd
Pants
Men's and Youth's
travelers' samples
at Big Reductios
B. C. Land
Surveyor
���ard Blocx.   New Westminster. B.C.
Civii Engineer and
Draftsman
i ELLARU BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
To accommodate all the guests
who will visit the city during exhibition time it is desired that all householders prepared to offer accommodation at reasonable rates will leave
their addresses with Edward Houi;
billeting agent at tbe city ball, where
all  information   may  be obtained.
ALEX. GARRETT,
[Chairman of the Billeting committee.
There  is  not    a    discordant   note
throughout the entire press.
Nothing Succeeds Like Success.
PRICES���50c, 75c, $l, $1.50
Eooking office opens Saturday morning at Ryall's drug store.   Book early-
LYRIC THEATRE
VANCOUVER
Corner of  Pender and  Hamilton  Sts.
Malan & Clawson, Managers-
Good One
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and elec-
tric light. Nice let. stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
ION TRUST
Lid.
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
I REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
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FARM LANDS!
See our list of Farm Lands in Surrey,
near the Chiiliwack tram line.
Price from $40 an acre up.
often wonder why the boy or girl
is so backward at school���and
naturally feel disappointed that
the child is so dull; Ihen, too, Ihe
loved one is subject to harsher treatment at school because he or she
seems so stupid- It may be the fault
of the cliilel, or it may be the chilil
has defective eyesight nnd Is therefore at a disadvantage because the
sighl is not normal- What w< want
to say lo the mother is: Semi your
child to us. We will have our optician examine and test the eyes to see
If the poor sight can nol e luipr .��� .1
by the use of glasses. We will be
honoBl with yeeii and the child. If
glasses are n(,i needed, we will tell
you so. The examination and testing
will not cost you a cent. \\V have
i iio appliances for testing and correcting all kinds of poor sigbi, and
can supply glasses at your own price.
Our charges are about half what some
others charge. Our optical department is in charge of V- W. Heath.
graduate optician, late of Ottawa. In
all case's satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded.
Curtis Drug
Spectacle
Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B    C.
See our
Overcoats
and
Raincoats
before buying elsewhere.   ..We can
save you money
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
���as well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
The Lyceftm Stock Company
Commencing
Monday, Sept. 16th
NAT C. GOODWIN'S Great Success,
Frenzied Finance
Matinee Wednesdays and Saturdays.
POPULAR PRICES.
OUR
Piano Exhibit
Ladies' HAIRDRESSING
PARLORS
P. PEEBLES gi
127�� Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 ���
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THE HOME.
OF PLENTY
KYLE
& SON
255 Front St. Phone 276
All orders carefully made up and
���delivered to all parts of the city-
Every attention paid to telephone
orders.
Satisfaction
Guaranteed
OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia St.
Entrance on 6th St. ��pp- p-o.
City Voters' List
N'otice is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1907 has
heen completed, and that the same
may be seen at this office for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be added
to the said Voters' List, or any Elector who shall desire to have any
name erased therefrom, must prefer
his or her request in writing, signed
with his or her name, and shall deliver or cause same to be delivered,
to the City Clerk within the time
hereinbefore specified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's office, City Hall,
New Westminster, Aug. 30, xoui.
This year .it ifhe Great Fair will he
better than ever. We invite you to
ins;.eet the beautiful Instruments on
display at our booths.
STEINWAY & SONS PIANOS
NORDHEIMER  PIANOS
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS PIANOS
DOMINION  PIANOS
PALMER PIANOS
W. M. Waitt & Co.
LIMITED.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER.
The oldest Music House In B. C
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save  you  50  per  cent
on a SAFE or CASH REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B- C ���
Phone 2125
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
SATURDAY. SEPT J,
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HERE IS A CHANCE
To Make Money
One-filth acre b'.ock close to Vancouver city and a short
distance from proposed new car line- This will be on sale iy
the end of this  week-    Prices lowest, terms very easy.
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JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the  Daily News  Pub-   "'"iintable barriers in the way of those
shlng   Company   Limited,   at   their   people  who  would  'reform    English
Jflces,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front ispelling by making it "phonetic "���the
streets, New Westminster, B. C. difficulty  of   pronunciation-    This,  of
course, would not affect written coin-
E.  A.  Paiqe Managing   Director .  _
fc- 8 "   a , municattons,  but   people    who write
��������������������������������������������������� i )iV()|.(]s [n exactly the same way often
SATURDAY.   SEPT.  21.   1907 | pronounoe   their   words  so  differently
- ��� that   they   have   difficulty   in   under-
From three to six o'clock this afternoon the Mission band of the West
Presbyterian church will hold an af
ternoon tea and sale of cake eat the
residence of Mrs- Taylor. Ash street-
All interested in the work of the mission band are invited to take part in
the entertainment-
The Royal Templars' picnic, which
was announced to take place at
Queen's park this morning, will take
place this afternoon instead, assembly call being for 1:30 p- m- A good
program of sports and other attractions has been prepared by the entertaining committee.
Sunday's  services at   St-   Andrew's
Presbyterian  church   will  be of es-
which is felt to be one of the insur-   pecla]   lnteresti  lhe  congregation, on||
that day, celebrating the fourth anni-
Watch
Repairing
WE ARE IN FIRSTCLASS SHAPE FOR ANY RE
PAIRS YOU MAY HAVE; SO BRING YOUR CHRON
OMETERS OR REPEATERS BEFORE THE BUSY
SEASON.
TO REVERSE BABEL
There met iu Cambridge (Eng-) the
other day, an International congress
which, in tiie rush of more exciting,
if mn more Important events, has attracted little public notice. The t>i>-
ji'ii of the gathering was to forward
the movement for the adoption of n
"world language" The idea of sucb
a language has been entertained for
centuries. It was easy enough to understand   bow   viiltr.ib'.e   would   be   a
standing each other- When this Is
true of people whose mother tongue
is the same, one can easily imagine
the difficulty when people of different nations begin to converse In a
tongue to which each will give the,
pronunciation which he would use if
uttering similar words (combinations
of letters I in his own native language- In the case of Esperanto, how-,
ever, this difficulty will lie less of a
lion in the path than it is to tiie
tongue which would serve us a I would-be "reformers" of English spel-
Imeans of communication between men   Hng,    because    Esperanto    has    no
ignorant  each of  the  other's  native
language; a world wide lingua franca;
thought  of rising to    the  rank of a
'"literary"   language:    it    proposes  to
(but how was such a language to be. confine itself to the sphere of a use-
brought into existence���bow was a fu] tool in practical life, and there-
knowledge of it to be so disseminated fore the (more or lessi scholarly
that it would fulfil its mission? ; hair-splitters will be content to leave
An attempt  was  made  with  Vola-  if  alone, and  to allow the  practical
puk.   That is to say a language, nam-   people who will use it to bring about   store by far the biggest in New West-
versary of tiie settlement of their pastor, Rev. ,1- S- Henderson- Very large'
congre.gat.ions are looked for, as ii
is hoped ail members and adherents
of the church will make a special effort to attend the services. Suitable'
music will be rendered, and at the
evening services M- J. Knight will
sing  a  solo.
The young people of the Epworth
leagues of the city will go to Vancouver by special car on Monday evening to attend a district league rally,
which will be held ln Princess Btreet
Methodist church- One of the principal speakers will be the Rev. .1- A
Doyle, field secretary from the East.
On account of the Vancouver meeting, which will .';e attended by members from the Queen's avenue church,
Sapperton church, and Wesit End
church leagues, the regular local
meetings of th? leagues will not be
held- ;
An addition is about to be built to "
Johnston's big shoe store which will
increase the floor space from 76 feet i
to about 110 feet.   This will make the i
Horace Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
DELTA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY J=^rw     QU/VLIT
The ninetenetii
���ill be held at
animal   Exhibition
Ladner, B. C.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 21
Steamer Transfer leave'.. New West- !
minster,   SATURDAY.   SEPT.   21,   I
Ladner   (via   Steveston)   at   10  a-   nil-eaves Ladner tor New  Westminster
direct at i> p. m-
A    DeR.   TAYLOR
NOTIOE TO 6UILDEBS
the Delta laml cannot be beaten    One acre of this i
bottom land will produce as much    eas    three    acre        Mgh
grave] land.
Here  is  a  piece of choice  land at a bargain:
S acres, all cleared, In garden and pasture, 6 n
this city, on the dyke road, 200 yards from Sunbury ,      office
and boat landing. %  mil*' from  school, has  a  flve-ro n
in good repair, barn and chicken house, 2 cow.- an I  I
good waterfrontage' with  whart building,     boat   ani   ae
young fruil  trees,'a good range all conn ected.
Price  .   -   $2250
$1250 cash,  balance'  in one
Hale & Lan
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone  335
P. O. Uok il
ed  Volapuk by its inventor, was pro-1 after a  time  such uniformity in the
posed as a world-tongue; but it failed | vowel sounds  as  will  do  away  with
to "catch on" for several reasons- Its   much of the difficulty-
grammar was simple, but otherwise it -
was as   hard   to  learn as   French  or       Rome,  Sept-  20.���Angelo  Sarto, an
Spanish   or   Italian���or    as    English   elder brother of Pope Pius, dietl to-'
would be to a foreigner;   and  it had   day at Mantua.    It is feared the news.
minster,  and  will  compare  favorably
wiih   any   In Vancouver  or  Victoria
The addition is to be built by .1- C-
Armstrong, who is the owner of the I
block  in  which the  store is  located, I
TENDERS   will   be   receive!   up  to
I noon of September 2Sth for tln> bulfd-
! ing  of addition   to    -1 ihnston'a  shoe;
st ore-
Plan?   and   specifications    may   be
ROOMS   WANTED
and   tenders  for the  construction  of   seen at offlce of C-H-Clow, architect, j
ihe addition are  to be in the hands  and at Johnston's shoe sl ire.
no   regular  propaganda,     only    little I of his brother's death may have a de-   of C   H- Clow, architect, before Sat-      Ltfwesl or any tenter not n&2essar-
groups of people who interested them- j pressing effect on the Pope and thai   unlay noon next. The store will, when | Uj   accepte 1
on   another   attack ol   the addition is complete, extend from c   H   CLOW. Architect
Columbia street to Clarkson street-       New Westminster, B-C-, Sept. rib L907-
selves about it in different countries, it may bring
and these little groups soon began to' heart trouble,
make amendments of their own which ==-=���
destroyed the essential uniformity.
Volapuk has be   n eli-, laced or superseded   by   Esperanto  which   to the
advEtnl tge of a simple grammar adds
thai of a small rocabularlj ol'original
or rout words, and which ll.e i a strong
i.'1'iiiral authority, The program of thei
congress In Cambridge the othei. "ilay '
included (for the Sunday  during the
meeting)   sermons  In  Esperanto    by j
Monsignor Qiambene an I  by an English congregational minister and a service' in an  Episcopal church In which
itla (.').'.   : in ok ..-'-el was an eCith n
.in Esperanto approved by the' Arch-
'risiV','' ol   ('.'ii:.-.'bur:-    The new lan- ;
guage has ttriea ri     twenty    monthlj
. journal'-
.,-.. , I
���'   ele' ��� !    faOtS    rii   IW     I .iie'        lripe''.' Ill tf > '
has ;e ee,ed its righl : - be taki n seriously. Esperautists give instances
v. hich   ,e ipear   fairlj     < oncl^sive     i|
Persons having vacanl rooms ���-..
they desire to renl   during the    s
bition   we ik,  are  requested  to    on
municate  with E<  -l   Crean, Qui
hotel,  who   will  make arrangements
when-' >   guests   will   be assigned   ;<
the  rooms     Mr. Crean can    pr >vl ���
roomers fo     at    least   one   Tiun   ��� l
apartments
We Eat to Ln
B i* al the same tli        Is m��\
uary to know w hal
At KENNY'S 0
The*re All Ready For
Y - i
THE
can   rely   up in
BEST   OF   EVI
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ItVTIllNi
You, Sir
f
School Bool
ana
SUPPLI1
FULL STOCK
AT
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proof of lis suitability  ; i lt_rpurpos.
One o:' i hcse i.- ,i -t<ir.. ��� :' i ijoue n ills t who wished to Intervl w two
Poles. He could ne.- si e tk their language, while they know no tongui tm|
their own and Esperanto, so the jour- j
ie ills! sat down t i the study of Esperanto, anel in two hours he was abb- to
lntervi iw them!
The grammar of Esperanto Is compressed  Into sixteen short  rules, and
i he  vocabulary   Is   confine 1 to  about '
tw ee i housan I   rooi   �� irds   i mosl    of'
which are taken from In lo-Europ   i i
languages i  and . i1  the woi .1 - aeede I
ar.' ,i rive i   in    m i :<,���   from     hi ie
rooi v or Is by the ad I;1!..!, of prefixes
and    - .' ix is,       i'...,.-    "amiko"    Is
' friend '   and "m i "   is  "ba I;"   hence
"malamlko" means   "enemy."    Vowel j
/endings are n-el to distinguish noun,;
adjective,  adverb,   ver.  and  also to ���
give th -  conjugati >n   of    the    verb-
���Tatro"   i.s    "father" ���--: te    adjective
"paternal"   is   "patra;"   "ami"  is   "to
love," and amis, amis, amos.  amtis,
are present, perfect, and so forth.
On the whole, it look3 ls if Esperanto would fill the "long felt want"
of a universal language; not to displace other languages, of course, but
to save people the trouble of learning
half a dozen foreign tongues, it is
already taught in six large commei
cial colleges in Britain and "s recognized in the examinations of the
London chamber of commerce. As to
Uts effect, on living languages, a leading rim.lon paper says: "If Esperanto
were the general medium tor business
communication, many of the newspapers would presumably be written
in it. and- we should nol ionger have'
cause to fear ilia: Journalese slang
might destroy the tongue that Shakespeare spoke."
i    oi e bu   e   Espei into as   a  a. ok in
��� ; - ms ���  has  i.    face th:     flUT sulty
UR crop of MEN'S SHOES for
Fall and Winter wear is the finest
1 ever gathered.   We've drawn on
;- the best makers of Men's Shoes for
their best productions. There's a style and
character about our Men's Shoe that appeals
to the man who appreciates good sh es.
For   a  good  reliable  Wet-Resisting
Shoe ask for Geo. A. Slater's Invictus.
For a choice Dress Shoe in Patent cr any other high grade leathers ask
for the Walk-Over.
For a young man's shoe we strongly recommend our famous Packard
Women9s Choice Footwear
Ask for our $3.50 American Boots���Blucher Cut, Cuban Heels, Vici and
Gun Metal Leathers. We've never seen the equal of these shoes for the money. We're
sure we can fit perfectly and suit exactly any woman that wants
Shoes of a High Grade Order
Johnston's Big Shoe House, Ltd.
MOREY
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and N
else   Book* arc
Fine
Extra!     Speciaj
30   DAYS  ONLY
SUITS MADE TO 0RD1
$15.0 0   Ul
Beat of Trinem
rie rkmanship     L'ui
M.LANGTRY, Up-to-date
247  Fri)"'
Sl.
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YOU   REQUIRE
NEW SU1\
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWAR]
Next door Hote' Altor
VANCOUVER
BELL, INGLES &
Sign of the Big Electric Boot      New Westminster
Proprietors
The Fashion Liver
feed & sale stable
"turnouts
SMART
GOOD
Phone 250    -
HORS SEPT
21, 1907
r^l   THE  DAILY  NEWS.
aU
The Cash Stores
rm STORES OF PLENTY
All ready for the Exhibition rush. Recent
shipments have filled the stores and stockrooms to almost their limit and still come
daily advices of more goods.    :   :   :   :   :
\Have You Seen Our Coats?
AT $1000 Sew 3-4 and 7-S Tourist PVmcy Striped and Checked Tweed Coata finished with strupi ag
loulder and elowti the back; some piped, others trimmed with velvet or a >:' shades ot b oai-
Vli this season's latest makes and styles;   value Al  $103:
ut $18.50   Smartest styles of 7-8 length Coverts and ttigh class Imported plain Broad loths and Twi   I-:
. \e    inr  autumn  and winter; also a large range of new black :;-4 anl 7-8 iu tine beaver and
See these a1   $1350
{Everything Here for Infants and Children
.-, eii the Reaely-to-wear department devoted especially to this branch ot in- business   You'll
luality ami assortment  as  in other departments���the  best to be haed in the city,   Come   anl
".."_.��..���...'.
ri:'.
Uhderwear for Women and Children
iri   fir our customers < 11��- best value obtainable selecl our stock from three ot the largi -i mill
eesides importing largely  trom Britain and Switzerland.    Remembe   we -   irantee e
,���  - attre satisfaction    s.- liftg agents for Zenith brand Uns!   ':. ..'     '.'   .    ��� ������ a ��� ; r v, ....
The Millinery Store Showing
Many New Pattern Hcts
���  more you see ot this season'3 attractive styles the better you'll like th        Vi ts       sot
oui  own workroom and the)  are all beautiful designs, and       ������ N      -     ii l ? ���������
'   we produce ai $ 4 50. $5 50 to $7.50.
SPECIAL SALE of Umbrellas at $1; Sample Blouses, Sheeting,
Toweling. Turkish Towels. Table Damask. Blankets. Hotels and
institutions should take advantage of this Price Saving.
267-261 Columbia Street, Nev/ Westminster B. C
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sc llenl land, si tuat
1 e, nine acres cleared
river 1
1 acre ���  ���
ler  bottom   laud.    <>ri.   $75.00 an acre
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RESIDENT AGENTS. X
Ct'n-.;i American  Fire  Ins   Co    and  Empire and Surety Co.. Qu'.chon   #
Block,   corner   of   McKenzie and Columbia streets- ^
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NOTICE.
The   1 tide signed  will,   dating fr un
Ocl    ei   I,  sell   c a ill   For Cash
GIL    .Y  BR '.ri LTD.
M.'-ri. DRS &  PRESTON.
BHLYEA & OO.
NOTICE.
525.C1 - 11 pai I to a
-,     . jire Informal  in 1
, :   ���        '    ; :e:":i>-    i-   I   -���
...    ., ;' - irt;  of the c >r
ition al      ���       lie parks    ��� elsev ten
in th ���    11 ���     B;   <   li ".
W- A- DUN'CAeN,
City C
Ha I,  Se ':-   19,  19 17.
$10.00 Per Acre
160 Acres in Langley
S��ME   GOOD   TIMBUR-        THIS   IS  THE   CHEAPEST   1  '-
SECTION ON THE MARKET.       GOOD    TERMS       EN
QUIRE   AT   ONCE-
PRINTING
lave 3 ou - printing done in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS BLOCK-
500 Cord of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
MclEOD, MARK & CO.
Tl" f "'rn Land Specialists,     -     New Westminster j
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rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
(-.DVERTiaS  IN THE DAILY  NEWS.
Mrs R 8. l>>nnie, of Nelaon, has
arriveei in the city, being called here
on   ei'i.ei"t of her mother's illness.
\v.  a    Brown,   of Coqultlam,   was i
yesterdaj   granted an application for'
ten  inches  of    water    from  a small
Btream near his residence
Mr and Mrs. C. A. Bourne are ex-
pected home from their honeymoon
tour today.
A. P- Gillies, of Tacoma, is "jack in
this  city  with  some  improved  ideas 1
ri:   ��� lie eon-ft :-:n ���!; en  .if  tli--   proposed,
new Guichon hotel.
E. Johnston, one of the city police
force, haa returned to his beat after;
spending a  few  weeks   south of thej
Und op. his annual leave of absence.
Mrs J. a. Lee m<i her two children
irned Last evening from    Toronto,
where they had been visiting friends
:     the last two months.   Mr. Lee met
them at  Westminster Junction. |
.1. Peck, provincial boiler Inspector, returned yesterday from an extensive trip    through    the  Kootenay
; 0 mtry.
For all kinds or cul flowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
The Rev. J. S- Henderson, of St.
Andrew's Presbyterian church, will
I imorrow morning and even-
in-, on the subjects; "A large and in-
1 ng hope," and "A great church
and h r great  work."
Frank .1- Mackenzie, ot Ladner, has
a Ived in the city, anel will open up
a drug store in the new Dominion
Trusi building as soon as it is complex i
Bran i :i-w house   on    three    year
ns     Price $1800,  full    sized    lot
Ab   itt & '.:, b
Monej to loan on approved security,
. Shiles & C ���. city.
Tl    e ������ ie 1 more shooting at
: ������ gun club traps this jectson, all the
- ��� lal competitions having been finished up last week.
G .us for hire a- fri>). It. Spi ck's
'!'   .; ... ���   il im il 1 street
.' .- .��������� .', son a brother of Fire
Chief Yri. ion    : .��� ve 1 In the city ;������ -
��� ! t n : ning on a short ntfliday
trip. Mr. Watson comes here from
the miI:'- ��� ��� Bt provinces.
See  the  new  Art Bell   Piano   with
Ilmi able quick repeating action-
The finest piano in the world.   Mon-
��� :: is Pi ino Ho ise, L1 I., 716 Columbia street,  New Westminster.
Come In and bear the Autouola, the
king of plaj ���-��� pianos, now on exhibition at 0 ir warer 10m, Tin Columbia
-��� ee . ri SVestmin ter store. Open |
evening- Montellus Piano House,
Ll !���
Miss  Eliza eth Firth, of li emi I in,
X   B . arrive 1 In the city yesterday,
and  ��il!  remain here fo ��� some time
Mrs   RObe    Stevenson.
60 acres in Burnaby, close to Van- ,
1   uver    ������ ar lln 1,   ri ">! p ir acre;  1-" ,
cash, bal ine ��� at  7 per cent    White,
ghl) is & Co. ***
The number of bakeries In the city
is about tei be Increased, as a new
ike tse is approaching completion
on Second street, just above Fourth
avenue.
.1. Smith, of .No. 1 fireball, Is to
meel Mortlson, of Vancouv.'.'. In a
wrestling bout at the hall this evening. All followers of the rolling game
are Invited to be present
li ri u it ;u all necessary to go I 1
Vancouvei and pay a doctor of ophthalmology $5 to $10 and another lik ���>
fee to an optician tor glasses. Dr.
Hatherly, our optician and doctor ot
Ophthalmology d >es the work of both
charging only for the glasses.        ***
160 acres good land on Scott road,
.5'ri per acre; terms. Abbott e�� Hyde,
next Guichon hotel. ***
Sidney C- Dyke, formerly of the local reporborlal staff of the Province,
who has been working cu the Alaska
boundary survey for tha last three!
mon;ths,returned to the city on Thursday.
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T. Davies &
Son. Ii. 208.
The application for 10,000 inches of
water from the Cheakamus rivei-,
which was po-sted in the water commissioner's office by the B. 0- power
iC- Electric company, came up for
hearing yesterday before Government
Agent c. C- Fisher, bul #as adjourned for two wei   .
!>:��� EL C Arthur, of Nelson, has
been appointed representative of the
school trustees of that city for the
convention which opens here on Sept
"JOth.
Dr. T. II Leve'y, dentist. Crescent
building, Columbia street-
Services at the Olivet Baptist
church tomorrow will be as follows:
Morning, "Keeping In the love of
God"; evening, "How Israel won the
first victory" Tbe pastor. Rev. Dr.
Rugg, will officiate.
"Uncle -losh Perkins," the attraction at the Opera hexise yesterday
Evening, pleaded the patrons who 1
were present at the performance I
The play is well known in the city,
'and always proves a fair drawing
card.       While   neither   strictly  first-
class nor of unusual merit, the play
Interested   and   amused���aH   that ,lt
��� :.e accomplish.
iriri-t an I ; " temptations "W life '
and "Make the most of your life," are
e lubjectl selected for the services
ut tliH Queen's avenue Methodist
church on Sundaj morning and evening The evening service will be especially interesting to young people.
Th<? Indian lacrosse teams of
Brownsville, Nortii Vancouver, and
Chiiliwack will figure in tbe tournament which will be held at the park
during exhibition week- The $23 cup
which was won by the Brownsville
bucks last yi-ar, will be up for competition-
The local members of the Fraternal Order of Eagles are preparing for
a grand reception which they intend
to tender to visiting brethren who
will be in attendance at the big fair
during the flrst week of October.
Plans for the holding of a grand re-
c,.;.iiii nn.fling ou Tuesday, Oct l,
are. now maturing, anel will be an-
nounoed shortly.
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FOR
jFURNITURE
T Carpets,   Linoleums.   Oilcloths. Window Shades. Pictures and
��� Picture Frames. Go-Carts.     Lace   Curtains,   Portiers,   Uphols-
* tering, Cabinet Work, Sheets.   Pillow   Cases, Blankets.     Etc
i It will   pay you to try
: John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
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TEL.   73
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET NE WWESTMINSTER. B.C
r��v<mptXvri:aa��
Off with the Old
On with the New
HATS
fii   Nice   Hat     $1-50
A Nobby Hat    2 00
A   Ccod    Hat      2.50
A Better Hat   3 00
A Very Good Hat    3 50
A   Swell   Hat     4.00
Our   Best   Hat     500
H. L. DeBeck
THE  CLOTHIER AND   HATTER
Oopcsite,    P.    O.   New   Westminster.
'.:,.., .:;_ E^I^XS'SS^^^^^
WORKMEN'S  COMPENSATION
EMPLOYER'S  LIABILITY
PLATE  GLASS
ALL  ILLNESS
AUTOMOBILE
ENDOWMENT
LIVE STOCK
GUARANTEE
PERSONAL
ACCIDENT
JUVENILE
FIDELITY
ANNUITY
DISEASE
MARINE
SURETY
LIFE
FIRE
ETC.
ETC.
And mv rates are always the best.
If you want any kind of Insurance
let me quote you a rate. Phone,
call or write.
A. W. IVIcLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK. PACK  SIX
THED^y ^Wa
���ATURDAY, sEPT���
When fashion
calls ��� for greys,
or greens, or
browns���you are
always sure of
getting them at
their best in
"Fashion-Craft"
clothes.
Your attention is called to
n S-Button blue serge D. B-
unit nt $25.00.
BECGARASSaULTSMcQUARRIE   &   O
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial Ag
PRONT^T.    Phone 333 PRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.
H.   l_.   de BECK
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Voting Contest
I A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS ELEGANT L1BRARV INCLUDING 125 VOLUMES AND
HANDSOME CASE WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER SECURING THE LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES IN THE POL-
LOWING   MANNER:
Tbe merchants listed below v.-ill give with each 10c cash purchase one vote.
The contest began Aug. 2:1 rd, 1907, and will close Jan. 23rd,
1908, at 7 p. m.
A ballot box is placed in D. S. Curtis & Co's drug store, where
votes are to be deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having received the largest number of votes will be awarded tbe
library.
Current   accounts  when   promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by trading with the firms listed below.
Library   is  cn  exhibition  at W.  E. Fales'  furniture  store.
D.  S. Curtis  will  count the votes.
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
D.   S.   CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
j
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
REICHENEACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West   End  Grocery
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
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THE   DAILY   NEWS  PUB.  CO.
Daily  and   Weekly   News
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
MOREY   &  CO.
Books and Stationery
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
(under new management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
O.   BURDETT
Home-made   Chocolate   Confections,     Ice   Cream
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting  GocJs. Gen.  Repairing     ',
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES
S.   H.  Thompson,  Prop.
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Daily News Voting Coupon
In Library Voting Contest.
Go   :   :���'   Ten   Votes   In  Li rary Voting Contesi    In    favor
of
Voti 1   by
For one year's subscription  paid in advance, $4.oo,  we give
riM votes; six months, $2.00, ion votes.
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Baltimore, Sept. 20.���Cardinal Glb-
kiiis Iwati seized forcibly and shaken
;e.v a crank in the street today after
the prelate had refused to .uive the
man money.
Policemen and others rushed to the
���essriiuiHv ot tl). aged cardinal and
dragged the man away. Bul tor the
Interposition at the prelate, the beggar would have been roughly dealt
with. He will probaJily be sent to the
workhouse as a vagrant.
The cardinal was walking down
town when the man approached and
solicited aid. The fellow by bis appearance Beemed to b< an Impostor or
the worst tyipe, and the cardinal
passed on, The man following, Importuned, bul the ("jrilinul slum], bis
head and continued walking without
sia I. ming pace Finally the beggar
became abusive and seized the prelate by the arm and shook him, shouting for money. The cardinal, who is
greatly beloved In Baltimore, bad no
need to call tor help- Ha.f a dozen
men rushed in to his assistance, and
the beggar was turned over to tie
police-
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
|600  cash, balance  In   monthly  pay- i
ments-
8 room house, all modern Improve
100 acres, less 3tf tor new railway, Full Blzed bei . , ;,., s. ���
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land, of Regina St, ,.. ,,���,. ^ "��l
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;   avenues,  west 4th s-
I,,   acres under-drained,     ditched  all ; $400;   half cash
iround an.l IVnced around and through :     4Lotg    SKxl:    .
j centre;   5 room house;   barn 40x76, 13th street   $1200 cash
BUfflcienl  feed  tor ahout 300 head of ���.__���_
2 HOUSES   < 1 ���  K      j
He .Sapperton; 5 room and kitcheni
shed and I rooms . ItchenZl
shed.   $1000 each, one-thlrd oui
ance easy.
0   room   house  on   Hamilton  street, j aU)C^     pii,,.  $8000;   terms  one-third
all   modern  Improvements.    One  lot  ca8h, bal. to suit purchaser.   One m
from car line; lot 60x182. Trice $1400.   fpim SIalio��� on new car line.
Lot  22,  block    H,    between     Mrs.
Bollards and Thomson house, Carnar-1 ,.
..���nr. Il.bv     At   RES, imm   I
von street;  full size $1600. ' ""n Iaii
ments, lull sized lot, Sherwood street, I ploughed and ��� ��� mi if_A
Bapperton. Price $2700. $1000 cash, 160 ACRES about two miles rrom B, Vi gect. 5. $75 perser.,,3
balance on time. Aldergrove station. ;io acres cleared Ca*b, one-third l months, one.(
and partly   fenced, good  housi',   bam   months.
and stable.    l'rice $16 per acre; $170n
cash, balance to be arranged.
::>;. acres land next to Royal Oak
inn. i, has been cultivated, not a
stump on it. uavi in grass, 28 bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber  to  build  good   large  barn, 6
NANAIMO GAS CO- GOES
INTO HANDS OF RECEIVER
Nanaimo, Sept. 19.���Application
will be made In chambers tomorrow
In Victoria before Mr. Ju&tice Clement, to have a receiver appointed for
th. Nanaimo Gas Co. The notice of
motion states that Richard Hall, Fred
Mel;. Young, J. E. Kinsman and The -
Shotboli are bringing suit against the
gas company, and they want a receiver appointed to cany on the business
pending its trial. Peters & Wilson are
solicitors for the applicants.
These proceedings have been stayed for ten elays and in the meantime
the Nanaimo shareholders In the
company have petitioned the president to call tin extraordinary meeting. It is just possible that the local
stockholders will take over the
works, as it le understood that Hey
bave the necessary fun'ls to do so.
!:i an.v event there Is not the slightest danger of the works being closed
down, and should a receiver be op-
pointed, Frank Marrion wil, probably
be the man- Under his management
the works have made markel improvement, and in their present staibe
of efficiency offer a good investment.
7 LOTS, 120x62, !���   D; Mh AJ
4  lots cleared, Bmall home 3T
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2. Dist.   house, 175 chiel.. a     '. npedrinti
Lot S;  south side of the river, near  prjce $1500, $n	
room bouse and barn and large chick-1 bridge,   $300;  half cash. ,.-,,,,.__.
C ACRES g<K.,i loam soil, qJ
b imtaltj
and  Brum tte      id,   Bouth %\t\
roomed   hous.;   parlor, dinlnei
2 lots on Sth St. between   r.th and   kitchen and three bedroom!;
Cth Ave. on east side;  full sized, GGx   ed;   conservatory  30 or 10 -...-\
1 Lot GCxl32 ft., S. Vj of S, lane at   132; Nog   9 an(] 12.     prjM $1000 for  heated by pipes:   well; stable;
both, half cash, balance easy. ; 15   bearing fruit   trees;  considtl
��� n house for aboul 250 chickens;
good well; near te- school and tram;
all fenced. l'rice $3500-. Terms $Kr>i��i
cash. $1000 in April and $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash-
2   LOTS,   132x132,  N.-W.   corner  of   L()(   16_   <.....,.....
10th Street   and   St Andrews    l'rice.
$1050; half casb.
back, "rd and Queen's avenue.    Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
4 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue, between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 25 and
30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half eash, half y-.x months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot   20,   block     11   facing    English
j church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;   price  $G"_0.
1C0 acres less right ol way aboul 8
! acres for railway;  2,".  acres stumped
15 acres roughly cleared aud fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
and  lean  too 10x22;   barn  30x22 and
,,, ���_���_ j Btock ready to plant out; 2.- ���;
���   v  acres  cleared,  lighi  timber o��
malning acre;    all fenced;
from school.    Price $3000; hal!
bal. in C months at 7 per cent
Block, corner of Auckland & llth SI. and Royal Ave., almosl an acre.
$2,500
160 acres,  2 miles  from city.
$40 per acre
Two  lots  on  18th  Btreet, between Tth and 8th avenues.
ami I
l Lot 88x132, 4th avenue, Llf
$800  cash.
:; lots, :,, i &. :. full iiui
cleared, upper side of 5tb AveninT
tween 1st and 2nd Streets, Pricel
each.
4 IXjTS, 2 lots from is; Streel
Cth Avenue on south side, No. a
37 & 38, full size. Price $i.00ft[
.four, or $300 each;  ball cash
bouses  corner of    Merrival
tlean  too 32x14;   granary   10x16;   twoIAgnes;  full sized lot;    city block 31,1    Double    tenement  house, Iti]
1   , . ,        . .     ,,   .,. lot  11;    one  house rents  tor 12:,, the   1st anil 2nd  St.;   1   lot,    Price t��
chicken bouses, each    10x12;    wagon  other $]y.   flugh  eU)S.,,s  am,  al, c(in. | eash half and half In 6 months a
shed 20x30;   small milk house, small nected    with    sewers. Price $3,500. Rents for $10 each tenant,
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing fash $2,000,    balance in 6, 12 and 18
t    .. - e n   t> ��� months at 7 % 40 acres 4 section 11, N.
fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price n.onms at .  7c | of Tq  ^ &bQul ., mj](,s fro|,. .^
$0000;   $2000 cash, balance easily ar- |     Lots  14  and   15 of  1  of 6    of    ,4   Ilaworth  road,  Surrey;   hansel
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2 1% storey house, 3 rooms finish)
... ,, ,.       .  , .,_ ���������f other 3 can be added upstairs'
cash, balance 6 months at  I per cent sha(,1..   j,,   ,(m,s   (.k...n,d anJ
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of with clover, red; fairly easily ck
3. cleared.   Price $275;  1-2 cash, bal- ��ne  nii,e  tnm  shillK'e ,D;"
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watches  from  $12.75 up
Gentlemen's Silver VA'atches, opeD
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Kings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
ranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new  house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 0. $1000 each. I ance, G months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 60x150, outside city limits
$60  each   lot.
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmandlng
situation;   Third   avenue,  at   foot  of  10 acres,partly cleared; KanakJ
Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey  running through; good road   --
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EMPRESSES
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tB.OOO  ( EMPRESS  OF  BRITAIN ) 14,500
H. Power! EJIPRESS OF IRELAND I      IONS
Particularly low rates from the
Olel   Country. Reservations   made
here for all sailings.
For  particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agi nt.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $2000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
$1,200;.  terms half cash, balai.)
months at 7  '..
Westerly 4, 11  of 63, Sub, B'.oj
Fuller  particulars on 132x132 corner 100 teet square;j
houses drawing $28 per month.
$5,000, half cash, balance In ti _-|
months.
160 S.E. U of Section 26, Disl
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
bouse rents for $2ri cottage for $12;
(5,000, easy  terms.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
leared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comenctng to bear;
new house, IV2 storey, f. rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance j about 70 acres, only
of property easily cleared. Price Half cash. Jump.
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
house.   Ten rooms (recently papered) D<,''th  ��*  Webster's corn        I
.��� , mill and P.O. at the wi  I
All  modern conveniences;    hot   and ber worth $7 per acre; cedar at
cold   water,  bath,  (lush  closet, lava- t miles   from   Port    Hanej
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot $2,100: terms $1,100 casb, 1      ]
C6xl22, with lane in rear;  part 0f lot ranS*'d-
set out with fruit trees.    Price $2,750.       Large lot  and  two cottages OB
$1,500 cash, balance arranged. lumbia street, Sapperton.   lKh��|
160 acres on the Scott road, IT, acres at $10 eacD-
cleared;   barn  50 x 30;   sta .>.-, etc.;       0ne and one-half storey a
splendid soil; only $30 per acre. $1,000 fu]1   siza,   |ot>   sItuated  north t_\
cash, balance easy. Koya] ayenue am] c()rm,,. ol McKii
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur, street;  9 rooms;  bath room, hotj
7 lots Nos. Sl to SG and 95, !���;"> faces
%2'i per acre co'd water, closet; woodshed; !'1
bearlg fruit trees; streets on '1
sides;   fine  view.    Price $',��
cash.
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,,
This property is only % mile from 14 lots cleared without a stump; small      Lot facing 2nd St., between Q��l
tram  line.    Over  two hundred  chick- \ house,   chicken     house,     17,-,    choice  and 3rd Ave., second lot from 0��{
ens and ducks could be sold with the   chickens; horse and  rig;   $1500 cash. | Are.;     52x122 feet;  all cleared;
alongside  and  back.     Price   * 1
property at a snap.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
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W.  E.   FALES5
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
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J 1 am the pioneer Furniture and House  Furnishings   Dealer,    Funeral ,���<'
}���{ Director eand Embalmer, and  I will sell you anything in my line cheap !���!
|j and will give you better value than you can get  in any other place 'Jj
ft in the city.   Try me. '���<
A      _        $
Wall Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
Matting from 15c up. Linoleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretchers, the best made, $2.25 per set. Carpets, all grades and
prices. Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up. Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
V
V   All kinds of job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reason
��<   able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving daily.
ffi   I have sold the block and am still doing business in the same place !���!
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DAILY
ED.  GOULET,
V. K K. Agent.
New Westminster.
and in the same old way.
JBEMffffMB��9EBBEra^
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter servicf
Foi  information apply to
I H ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver, B. C,
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Lots IG, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
or $175 each; 1-2 cash
half cash, balance easy at
ir.O acres improved lan j
.    j and sheds complete, near Cl      i
Subdivision of lot 4G, block 0, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. . This magnificent property is
situated on the corners of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an 1
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, ai $600
per lot; four lots, 52 l-2xsri, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office <m
Front street and inspect plans,
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 82. Timber, fir, cedar and alder, flood soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, IS, 19, 20, 21. face on 16th
street and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$_ri.o; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, c��sh.    Single lots at cash.
$500 fur thn
balance c months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot nn Royal avenue   ��������� .
tween Fourth anei Merrivale; ri! clear- a" muler estivation, $15.0C8. hi
ed, $1,200, $800 cash Cf!n  1,ancl]e  this, don't delay; "]
a,,,..,..,,,, ,,n v��� ,��� , bargain; terms can be :iri"ir.ged.
Acreage on Vancouver road, sornei
of Gilley road.    $225 per acre'.    Acre-    ""For   tbe   above   four   I ;
age is selling fast at this price. special price wil' be merle' :
No. 308.���8-roomed House, with bath I chaser'
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   %      House 30x42, 4th    St., between j
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.   | and Bth Ave.;    2 single and 1 '
Xo.   306.���9-roomed  house,  with   bath
room, corner of fith and  Agnes St
bedrooms    upstairs,    and ba�� n
down stairs; parlor, dining room.
Price $4,00C; terms % cash, balance j chen and pantry.    Full sized W
2 and C months at 7 %,
No.   310.���9-roomed   House   and   bath
room,  Agnes   St.   $3,000;   U   cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   bath
room, Agnes  St.     Price $2,500;   \'2
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
1C0 acres,  Westminster district, 40
acres under  cultivation,  10  acres orchard,   %   aero   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring;  house 18 x 22;  frame barn 30
x  32;   14-post   frame house  and  coiv
stables, three in all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses;  near Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a day;  about 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged;  $2,000   refused   for   standing
timber
ning back to Ash St.    Price *3,
$1,500 cash, halance at $500 P��f||
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth ave1
north side between Firsl ami *
streets,  No.  6,  G  and  7.   I'rit'e '���
each or $1100 for Uie three.
Full sized lot, nortii side of B
ilton street between Sixth nml ll
streets; $226.
28 acres on Mara road, ""^J
$160 an acre FOU A FEW H
ONLY. One-quarter cash, b^ I
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street �����
side of 4th avenue.   Price $20��
Block 12 on 12th St., east _s%
j; carnage house If. x 24;  henlf,,,, siTed loS!   WM&MM*
hoi.M.  made of hewed timber laid in cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
mortar, 12 x 30.    A chance of a life.; 1(  ,�� ll��
lime, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6 '    1 '"V8 ����? FJB JMm0 *M
liar cent. h,ll)-  'r'. S. Blk. 13.     *"v. *
cash, balance 6 nionths at i /<" La*'
S��PT
21, 1907
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
tt    PAQt SCVEN
JUST   RECEIVED
A Large Shipment of
Irockerys^Glassware
.  v�� ys A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANY-
TH1MG IN THAT LINE.      OUR   PRICES
1 ARE RIGHT.
TIMBER  NOTICES.
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ADAMS y DEANS
TAKE NOTICE that Henry M.
O'Connor of New Westminster, B.C.
occupation timber cruiser, intends to
apply tor special timber licenses over
tbi following described lands, situated" iu vicinity of Draney aud Rivers Inlets, New Westminster Land
District,  Coast  District  Range  2.
1. Commencing at a post planted at
tiie southwest corner of Timber License 11,508, th'.nce west 4U chains,
thence nortb SO chains, thence east
120  cliains,  tbence  south  40  chains,
commencement,   and  containing   010 j X*X*:*X*X*Z*Z*1*1<*^^^
acres more or less. j >J " **���'
H. M. O'CO.NNO... &
IB. Commencing at a post planted' '��\
si chains west and 40 chains soutu ; |��j
of tbe southwest corner of Tirube: \ >$
License 11 rioo, thence south 4u chains ; !���!
thence east 160 chains, thence north | $
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H. M. O'CONNOR.
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SO chains  west and 80 chains south
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OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $15; itecond, $10, for
.[,,, be I loaf "��� bread exhibited at the forthcoming Pro-
rincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   FLOUR -  IMPERIAL
��� , [>ntrance rii' needed���all that is necessary i.; that the
made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal iii stock.
|fflE. FRON! STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Bo*.   345
tbence west SO chains, thence south ! License 11,509, thence south 80 I
10 chaina to point of commencement, j chains, thence east 80 chains, thence | jjj
ami containing 040 acres more or less.' north s0 chains, thence west 80 I !���
H. M. O'CONNOR. chains to point of
ri Commencing at a post planted and containing 640 acres more or
10 chains west of the southwest cor- I 'ess-
ner of Timber License 11,508, thence H- M- O'CONNOR,
east 80 ciiains, thence south 80 chains 17. Commencing at a post planted
thence west -SO cnains, theuce north 80 chains west und 80 chains soutb
���so chains to point of commencement, ' of the southwest corner of Timber
and i mtaining 640 acres nm:,- or License 11,609, tbence south 80
less. .hains, tlience west 80 chains, thence
11. M   O'CONNOR.      norm Su chains, thence east 80 chains
3. Commencing   al   a   post   planted   to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or tess.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
ri. Commencing at a post planted
160 cha a- west and so chains south
of tbe southwest corner of Timber
Licena 11,509, theuce north 80 chains
thence west so chains, thence soutb
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outh  80  chains,    thence    west    st*
chains, thence nortb sp chains, tb ince
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or less.
For Ten Days Only
CAN YOU BEAT THIS!!
Tbe complete outfit for a four
kitchen, dlnlngroom, bedroom and ;
room    cottage,    consisting
larlor tor $195 oo
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Only $22 as first, payment,  balance $ri5o per week;   no interest
Goods packed and delivered free ot charge.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
1. Commencing   al   a   posl   planted point  of  commencement,   and
pi cha t of th      '    iwest cor- tainlng 640 acres more or less,
ner ofT   iber   Ll   mse   11,508,  thence Ii. M- O'CONNOR.
Max Freed Furniture Co.
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'Phone   105.
IBank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED  1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
thes throughout Canada and New foundland, and   In   London,   England,
New York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
������ i  Banking Business Transacted.
pers of Credit issued, available wi tL correspondents in all parts of the
W rid.
|vmgt Bank  Department.      Deposits  ree eived in sums of H and upwards,
��� allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate) added
four times a year.
fai Assets over $168,00.0.000.00.
'        WESTMINSTER BRANC H ''���   n   BRYMNER   Mn,nagjf
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e ���    0 cha       ��� i point of commence-   of   the   southwest   corner of Timber1'!**
ment   an I con ainl ig 640 acres  more   Lie- -... . u,509, thence south 80 chaius  v'
or '  --��� thence west 80 chains, thence north
H. M. O'CONNOR.      80 chains,    thence east 80 chains to
5. Commencing post   planted  point of commencement, and contaln-
160  chains  north of    the  northwest  lng 640 acres more or less.
.   of    Timb      License    11,508, H, M. O'CONNOR.
thence  wesl   10 i   tins, thence south      20. Commencing at a post planted  ������������������������	
80   chains,    the west   ri  chains,   240 chains west anl So chains south i of the northwest corner of    Timber
thence     iuth 4 .  thence east   of  the southwest  coiner  of  Timber; License 11,50S, thence south 40 chains
License 11,509, thence north 80 chains e tbence east 120 chains, thence nortb
thence west 80 chains, thence south! 80 chains, thence west 40 chains,
SO chains, thence east 80 chains to | thence south 40 chains, thence west
point o_ commencement, and contain- \ 80 chains to point of commencement,
ing 640 aces more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
21. Commencing at  a post planted
thence east   80  chains,  thence south'. 24u chains west and So chains south
n,  chains,    thence    west  40 chains,   of   the   southwest   corner  of  Timher
south 80 e lalns, thence west  License 11,509, thence south 80 chains
I e , . i inS) then e n irth 120 chains to  thence west 80 chains, thence north  License 11,508, thence south 40 chains
polnl   ol     comm n ement,  and   con-' 80 chains,   .hence east -SO  chains tojthence east 160 chains, tbence north
lng 6ll  ei<- ��������� ��� more or less,
;;. M. O'CONNOR
62 & 64 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, B.C.
Complete   House  Furnishers
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6. i ommencing   al   a   p ist planted
160 chains nortb of    the    northwest1
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it a post planted
30. Commencing
120 chains north and 40 chains east
of  the  northwest  corner  of Timber
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   VOU   BANK   WITH
- The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS  OVER    45,000,000
We ... Icom ��� small accounts and pay interest four times
: on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,   Manager.
7, Comm n lng I i p isl planted
I , i chains nortl ol the northwest
corner  of    Timber    License    11,508,
north . iins, thence wes:
SO ch iii;-.   thenc ���  e iuth  80  chains,
ice e ist    so chains   to point of
ie ;, ement    and    containing 640
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li. M. O'CONNOR.
8, Commencing at a p ist planted
160   chains  north   of    I e  northwesl
.. i er ot Tim i ��� Lii ense 11.50S,
' then ��� ��� ��� orth 80 cb tins, thence east
vi , hains, I .. ������ - mth 80 caains,
th ���. e vest 80 i tains to point of
commencement, tend containing 610
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ii.  ri   O'CONNOR.
9, comi ei ing a a post planted
240   ch ���������.:���,-  nortb   of    th i  northw st
ol    Timl e ���     License    11,508,
orth 80 i   ains,    b nce wes
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emei conl lining 640 acn -
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H. M. O'CONNOR.
t i  Commencing at a post planl   I
;-i    , bains  nortb  of    frhe northwest
��� corne ���  i .    '!' ���������.-' at    License     11 508
;    :.   i north S3 rii iin s,  I lence > n^'-
...    thence  Bouth so cliains,
,.-:   i wesi    ill i halns    to polnl of
ommen e i ��� t,   o   I   containing   640
more i    les3.
jvoinr of commencement, and contain
ing 040 acres more or less.
H. M.  O'CONNOR.
22. i nmencing at a post planted
119 chains east and 20 chains south
of the se:":; end of Goose Bay in Rivers Inlet, thence north SO chain-.
thence west SO chains, thence south
SO chains, thence east SO chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H. M.  O'CONNOR.
23. Commencing at a post planted
���yy chains east and 20 chains south
of the south end of Goose Bay In Rivers Inlet, thence south SO chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
SO chains, thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 010 acres more ov less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
���_ri. Commencing at a post planted
er. chains east ard 20 chains south of
he so ith en 1 of Goose Ray in Rivers
Inlet, thence south 64 chains, thence
west 100 chain-, thence north 04
chains, thence east 100 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres more or less.
H. M.  O'CONNOR.
25. Commencing at a  post planted
65 chains east and 2 I chains south of
tbe south end of Goose Bay in Rivera
40 chains, thence w-est 160 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
31. Commencing trom a post planted at the southeast corner of Timber
License 11,508, thence north 120
chains, thence east 00 chains, thence
south 24 chains more or less to shore
of West Arm of Draney's Inlet;
tlience southwesterly along shore to
pe Int of commencement, and contain;:.g 040 acres more or less.
H. M, O'CONNOR.
August 2ri 1007.
:.2. Commencing from a post planted at the northeast corner ot Timber
License U,bn2, thence south 40 chains
theni i vest 80 chains, tbence soutb
I chains, thence east 120 chains,
theni i. h SO chains more or less
j to shore of West Arm of Draney's Inlet; thence westerly along shore to
i point of commencement, and con-
tririu: 640 acres more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1007.
:. . Commencing from a post plant-
Liquor  Bylaw
Upheld In
Capital
Victoria, Sept. 20.���In response to
an inquiry as to what the city proposed to do wdth regard to the action
of some of the saloon men who are
keeping open after midnight, in direct opposition to the order of the
mayor that all proprietors of saloons
must see that their places of business are dark after midnight, Mayor
Morley stated yesterday that there
bad been no change so far in th;> attitude of the city towards this question of midnight closing. The city is
dealing wdth the matter as fast as
possible.
"It may be of interest to the people
of Victoria to know." remarked the
mayor, "that but few of the saloon-
keepers are acting in contravention of
the by-law From newspaper reports
it would appear that the by-law was
being broken generally y the saloon
men, while as a mater of fact only
three sa'lons have* been t ported to
me as keeping open- This should be
stated in all fairness to the other
saloon men, who are keeping closed
after midnight."
Geld   Erick  at  Nelson-
Nelson,   B.   C-,   Sep.-   20.���A    gold
brick worth  $3,300  was  at  the  Royal
Hank of Canada's Nelson branch yes-
.        BULLETtH
Great Northern Railway
<t.fij\ ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
W        JANU RETURN
''"���'���"' ������> on sale Sept. 11,  12, 13, accounl  Jamestown Expo-
Bil on.    Return   L'mit,   Ninety   Days.
Abov'e rate is from New Westminster;    l^��   fn:m   Seattle'
*':!1" rates apply to Duluth; proportionately low rates from
Washington and Oregon  points   Kate  to    Chicago;    ��7i.&
';'-v rates to Omaha, Kansas City,   St.  Louis,    and  man,
' "er Eastern points.
ODDFELLOWS' MEETING. BLAINE, WASH.. Sept. 5th
'' :"1 trip rare $1.50. children 76c. Special train leaves
v��' Westminster at 6:45 p. m.; arrives at Blatne M5 P
111 Returning leaves Blaine 2:00 a. m.i arrives Westmn
' 3:00 a. m.   Ticksts good tor return >m-w Sept otn.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
p|i=ne  194. NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.
A ROSS, Assistant General r^*- Agri. Seattle, Wa?
1!.  ii. O'CONNOR
U   Commen b-y    '  a  posi   planl   I   chains more or less to point ot com-
280 chains nortb and 80 chains wesl   mencement, and containing 640 acres
0[   the i     ��� '���     :     '"''"���'  ";   Tlm ";  more or le93'
Ucenae  ,,-,,;:,,.,,. Wuth SOchali H. M, O'CONNOR.
thence west  S ; chains, thence north      zb. Commencing at a post planted
go chains,    the:   e east 80 chains to   240 chains west of the southwest cor-
point   ot  commencement,  and    con- j ner 0�� Timber License 11,509, thence
tainlng 640 acr< a more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
ed 40 chains east of the northeast terday. It represented a month's out-
corner of Timber License 11,009, put of the Kootenay Bell mine In
thence south SO chains, thence east, Sheep Creek valley, which has been
SO chains, thence nortii SO cnains, operated since last spring by F. H-
. more or less, to shore of West Arm' Nett'ieton under leas;- from the Bell
inlet hence west 100 chains thence westerly brothers of Salmo.who are themselves
north so chains, tlience east 2b chains                  ��� ,-_,���_.,.��
�� ���    ���   -n.,.,.   along  shore   to  point  of commence- lessees trom Messrs. Bennett, Drum-
more or 1033 to shore of Goose Bay,                                ,,���,_. ,          ���.,,.         _,                     -,.,, ,
.     ,         ���      ,         .    ���,..,,     ment, aud containing U0 acres more mond am! Billings, the owners.     1 Ivi
thence southerly, easterly and north-          ' b].c,; doM  Mt             nl the  wholo
east    l5   around shore  o.    bay to a O'CONNOR.
uolnt north of posl;  thence soutu 80 |
Amu.ist 22, UOe.
north   SO   chaius,    theuce    west    80
chains.fthence south SO chains,thence
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
lu' lots 5 and 6, of block ri subdivision of parts of section 30, block 5,
i: irth range 2, west New Westminster
; - rlct.    Whereas proof of the loss;
of certificate of title number 13979 a,:
'iss ied In the name of Frederick Wil
liam  Smith  has  been  tiled
out put of the mine, but only what
could be treated al a mill with a capacity of twelve tons a day nnd not
openutlng toi anything like full time.
The' brick represents a little mure
than 200 tons of ore, which is therefore worth between |16 and fl" a ton-
Mr Nettleton had a bond as well as
a lease. >ut as he was very late in
completing arrangements  for operat-
Commenclng  at
a   post   plante.;   east SO chains to point of commence- , oft-lce
040 acres more
I 290 chain    north and SO chains wes:   ment. and contatnin;
__   mi.���'.._ ���  or jess,
H. M. O'CONNOR.
2b. Conimencing at a  post planted
I of  the  northwest   corner  ot   l im   '
!,!,, Qse 11,50 .2 2 ���������   - nortii SO chains.
I thence west 80 chains, thence south
so chains,  thence east  80 chaina to
: point  of    comm .ncement,   and   containing 640 acres more or less,
H. M. O'CONNOR.
13  Commencing at a post planted
i SO chains west of the southwest cor- I ment, and containing 640 acres more
Ler of Timber License 11X09, theuce \ or less
1 south   40   chains,     thence     east  160
.hains. thence north 40 chains,thence
240 chains west of the southwest corner of Timber License 11,509, thence
north SO chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west SO chains to point of commence-
west 100   cbains    to   point  of
mencement. and containing 640
ni.ne or less.
H.
<m
H. M. O'CONNOR.
28. Commeucing at a post planted
160 chains north and SO chains east
icres I of  the northwest  corner  of Timher
I License ll.BOi., thence north 80 chains
M, O'CONNOR,     j thence  east SO  chains,  thence south
I   Commencing at  a  post  planted; SO chains, theuce west SO chains to
si chains west ot the southwest cor- j point of commencement, and contain'
.,.,.'   0f     Timter    License      11,509. j ing 640 acres more or less.
theace south xo  chains, thence west
SO   chains,    theme   north   SO   cha us.
thenco oast   S.) chains    to point of
29. Commencing
100 chains north  aud
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month trom
the date of the first ::ub!icatlon hereof, Issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to me in writing-
C S- KEITH-
District Registrar of Title3.
Land  registry office,   New Westminster, B- C-, Sept. 16, 1907.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
at a vost  planted, Tel. 113. Office. Eighth Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
in tflia fng iu, i3 nQt in a position to take up
' his bond- He left for the south this
morning. Other negotiations are now
in progress for' the Kootenay Bell,
but no definite agreement has been
concluded-
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
General  Repairing.
SO chains east
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
I      Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and Front Sts.     Phone 275
�� PAGE EIGHT     jt
*~*"  THE  DAILY  NEWS.       ��4
SATURDAN
SEPT
Get at the Facts
Before you insure Be certain you are placing ycur .nsurance with
p good company, where your protection is guaranteed I represent
some of the best insurance companies doing business in Canada, and
write any kind of insurance Our Fire, Life and Accident Companies
csnnot be beat A call or post- card will inform you as to rates and
particulars.
For Breakfast- use WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.     It  gives  a
delicious piquancy to the eggs and
roil*.    Never gritty.
ise
PROSPERITY IS APPARENT
THROUGHOUT DOMINION
W.J.KERR.
the Provincial exhibition, and the pro-
; ... tors wil. be in a position to ae
commodate a great number of exhibition visitors- A gang of paper-
bangers, painters, linoleum layers.
etc., bavi b< en working on tbe premises during the pasl week, with splendid results- New linoleum has been
laid on nil the floors of all the bed-
re oms, new paper placed on the walls,
and the premises altogether improved, giving the hostelry a first-class
appearance. The barroom and sitting
room are also being 'l-rigbtned up.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
West End Lots
Two good lots all cleared in a good location,
$500.00
For the Two; Not Each
One half cash, baiance on terms.   This is the cheapest ever.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
WRITING
9
PAPERS
YY/E are opening |j
" another ship- ju
ment of the Eaton- II
Hurlburt Papeteries ||
High class goods.       f
A- L. Lavery, accompanied Iby his j
young son and daughter Alberta, re-
turned yesterday afternoon from a six
weeks' trip to Eastern Canada, during the course of wbicb tbey visited
over thirty cities and towns. Mr. Lavery reports having spent a most pleasant time, and thoroughly enjoyed the
holiday, which is tbe first one he has
taken foi several years. Twenty-tour
hours before the awful Quebec bridg
disastei, he was admiring the stupendous engineering feat, and was
again on the spot a few hours alter
the accident occurred, when bodies
were being removed from the tangled
mass of wreckage.
Prosperity is noticeable throughout
the Dominion, and everywhere are to
be seen signs of plenty- Mr. Lavery
considers that, tbe recent cry a.boui
the great deamage to the wheajt crop
in Alberta and Saskatchewan is much
overdrawn, and estimates, from personal observations and from conversations with pnactica. men who have
studied the conditions, that there will
be anything from a two-thirds to a
three-quarter crop. Tne most damage
has been done to the wheat on this
side of Calgary, the early frosts having played havoc with the farmers'
hopes in many cases.
| J. J. MAC KAY & COS
BOOKSELLERS        STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS
>**********************
We have in stock all kinds of
HEATING STOVES
Our Specialty--Airtights relined and repaired.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 ��� - AGENTS
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farm-
er's Pork
i
THE   LATEST   VERSION.
(Published by authority.)
i This is the Bill  that Bill drew.
This is tbe "Joker" that lay perdu
In the beam of tbe Bill that Bill drew.
j This is the House that put it through
j Without seeing the "Joker" that, jay
perdu
| In the heart of the Bill that Bill drew.
This  is  the  Premier  to  London   that
flew
j And left tbe House that put it through
' I Without seeing the "Joker" that lay
perdu
I In the heart oi the Bill that Bill drew,
i
1 This is His Honor who thought il  his
i     due
To be boss of tbe Premier to London
who flew
And left the House that put it through
1 Without seeing tbe "Joker" that  lay
perdu
In the heart of the Bill that Bill drew. |
This is the Jap that came right through
Because His Honor thought it his due!
To be the iboss of the Premier to J_on-
don that flew
And left the House that put it through
Without  seeing tbe "Joker" that
perdu
In the heart of the Bill that Bill drew.
Call and examine
our full line of
Heating Stoves
Purchase at the commencement of the
fall season.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Hosiery _ Gloves
TODAY
FOR THE BEST
Photograph
MONEY CAN BUY
AT ANY PRICE
VISIT
��� THE���
Royal Studio
CUNNINGHAM
BLOCK
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! brooches!
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E HAVE NOW ON EXHIBIT A  SPLENDID
LINE OF BROOCHES	
Gold, Gold Filled, Silver,
Diamond Set,     Pearl Set,      Amethyst,
Set,       Mourning, Souvenir,        &c.
��     Also a full line of STICK PINS    ""
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
Agent for the Hamilton  Watch.
vv.'*z*i'*z*7*:*z*>z*;*:'*z?.v.w
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QOOKSLEY'S
In the heart of the Hill tlnil Hill drew
I1
Morey's    Bookstore    ancl
at  Gamon's  Cigar   Divan
All the contemplated improvements | tr Advertise the town w.- live, i.i iy
in the Holbrook hot-.d premises will
be  carried  out before the opening of
mailing Picture Post Cards to yoi
friends.
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8   A. M.    TO    11   P.M. As Usual
TWO GOOD BUYS
��tm *+*s*m*t*m *���*
Royal Ave., lot, well situated        $800, easy terms
Fifth Ave., lot 99x99, splendidly situated,
$800, easy terms
THIS PROPERTY WILL MAKE YOU MONEY
To our many customers wh
wants in these lines of goods t
tunities.   .   Special   displays  of
We ha^e been getting read
weeks for our fall business in
Gloves We have our reputatio
our stock this season has bee
cf what has been satisfactory i
not want to sell you poor trash
display today is in anticipation
part  of  our many  customers
tre,r|
o   have  been  accustomed to f,n
his  display   offers exceptional 0pPOl
New Hosiery and Gloves today
y, as  it were, during tbe    pas.   <   I
satisfaction     giving     Hosiery   anJ
n  at  stake   in these departments anJ
n bought with  a  thorough ki.ov.lefo |
n the  past,  to  our customers    We
We  cannot   afford   to   do  so.   o   I
of  present   and future   wants on theI
We want to show you cur new stock
Pleasure and profit  in recommending
Reynier Kid Gloves
The satisfaction winch this  [a montl   make  of  glov<
past seasons bus Influenced us in doubling our stock foi thl     ,..,. i
If you have a glove want, we     an  fii:  it.
Reynier'   Boneval   Glace  Kid.   3   claap in sh.idi-s <>l' *. :;      ,,������     _     j
gr<.y, green, cardinal, cre: m,  navy  and black and  white;   the I
ln'st of their kind, per pair.   j;7;l
Reynier's Hand Sewn Suede. I lack, tan, brown, gray, etc, pi    pair..$21
12 Button Glace Kid in tan, bro-wn, black, white, cream,      ty,  eld
per pair        . S3 oo I
16 Button  Length, per pair   $2501
Bilk lined, 12 and 16 button    undressed,    waterpro f,    \v   . : [
cape kill, mocha monequetaine, etc., all shown In complete i
si/.... and similes.
We are now showing our Woo.  Gloves    in all    colore
THE  MOST COMPLETE  HOSIERY  STOCK WE HAVE EVER
SHOWN
The ever increasing business In this department during the   lit |
year made it necessary for us to double our space.    Our special at"
tention to wants of our customs ra bas made this one of the        ������ i
sections of tbe store.   You will   see  many  new lines on  dlsplaj    ���
day,    Special mention may bt   made of our Boys' heavy school host.
all sizes, girls' plain black and colored   hose,   Infants'   long and short]
socks, Women's open worked and embroidered Cashmere from 50c ts |
$1 25 per pair     Colored Cashmere hose for women in all colors   Attractive   lines of   Men's  Cashmere socks, etc
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
THE  STOflE  FOR   HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street, - - New Westminster!
This ii, the People whose rights will
be lew
If still the Japs can come right through
And i-Jis Honor continues to think it
bis due
To be the boss of tiie Premier to London that llew
And left the House that pul it through
Without serins the ".Inker" thai lay
perdu
1 th '      '   B11]     l!        Proprietor, L HAWEIS
This Is the moral���it's up to yon��� (pronounced Hoyes)
To abolish MicBrlde and all bia ci iw     ______^________
To you, the people1 whose righl    will ���
be few
tf the  .laps  conlInue to  cum    righl
through
And ii  still  His Honor .shall think it ,
liis due "^^ Well Known
To be the boss of the Premier to Lon- l Bouvenir
"'"1l" ",w PO 9 T   C A I? nc
And left the House tbal pul it tnrough  M    \s-J M       \s f\ ��\ JL/aj
Withoat Mei,1B the "Joker" thai  lay      of New Westminster and district
"'" ' On Sale at-
r
Seasonable
Footwear
At a Very Wide Price Range
The hints that follow are
merely suggestive of our stock
of fall footwear.
Not even all the prices are I
mentioned, and a personal inspection is the only means of
appreciating the variety.
The best makers of Canada j
and the United States are represented, and hundred of the styles
are exclusive.
Now is the right time to buy
your fall and winter footwear,
and by trying Sinclair's first,
you'll save time and money both
W. E. Sinclair
THE RELIABLE   SHOE MAN
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