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 I Shiles & Co.
flE INSURANCE
westmi:nst^k,e.c
EJTjIE 2, NUMBER 198
iaV,ve ftsse/j
^30^7
White, Shiles & Co
/real estate
e
-26ft*Columbia St.
Phone 85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29, 1907,
l|> I   >   I     I      >/ l��*'f-
10 Cr.
'*">.
EEK
IS' OPERATORS   SCHOOL SITE SFCURED   madai fAUpAOFR ATTAfK^       FRASER RIVER MILLS    FANATICAL PRIEST
11 CALLED OUT   NEAR MOODY SQUAREM wwinmmivni'    " 0WNMP       m "0LY M
.Determined to Win Trustees    lose  TV1 WitJ ImL   UYll   Al)MINl31KAI lUN
|ers
jhey  ("ripple    Every
| in Country.
York. Aug. 28.���From today's
r���, in the telegraphers'
' , iy that tbe tele-
kers' offices in the
will    be called  oul
and the strike will
that    branch of the
6 which thus far has
' lose  Deal With I
Owner ol Land for $4,000
���Janitor Resigns.
Capitalists Form Big Merger Trouble in Tangier Reaches
sin il"'
I distric'
��� few daj
tided   to
nsinei
. cted.
by Presi
telegraphers' un
operators   in   thfi   w"oded land situate
Lttli ������     received
���Sua!:, e.i ���
Bod '-:""'
U- Wesi
lition considerably.
omplained that the
s from New   York,  Chicago
��� Orleans wore being handled
tv< . rators over "scab"
iui urging thai every brokers'
tor In tin- country be calle 1
ii-..   -..   has  been called  for
��� ol this class of operators,
, (jtaati m will    be discussed.
Mt Small said today that huh
Ejtlon would surely be taken,
fc 600 and 1.mni operators as-
1 iD Ev< rett hall this after-
I;;. :.-��� ed the reports that
|ies.   t    them    from     various
m Hi' country. President
lyri ���-     ��� incipai address,   In
Th��
���"    '   '        -    ' - -���-    .,, negotiate  Por th. ,     a     ,
land situated on I Bidt    o
M K"!--' ^i"-'" ' ��� .      ., sit.- toi
!i"   '���'^ End school, re    erted at the
meet|n��  of  thi   boa i    mi   Tuesda;
evening thai iie.  dee ha i been completed, the consideration being $4,00     0Uvet   BaWis<
Liquor  Traffic   Bitterly  Arraigned   by  Rev.   Dr. Tufts
Method of Treating Social Evil Problem by Authorities  Unsatisfactory ���-������Evidence  Against  Inmates Easy to Obtain.
���Two and a Half Million
Invested in Company.
Boiling Pitch -Abdul Az-
ziz Reported Assassinated
Tht     lot ,  comprises foui  acres   of
il   half was
which has altered between the south and north ends ol
Moody square on thi ... I side, ad-
1 ' '���- "' square. Tbe old si-b wlll
'��� '���! '- - ��� - i as soon as
the new bujlding sha 1 havt bi en
'mi li '������ei. which will aoi be bi fore
next      li   .
T;'" new building as al pres nl
sed will be two Btoreys high,
containing four roomi- on each floor.
The lower floor only will be completed next [spring, and the upper
storey will be finish i \\b> a more
- ��� imodation is neded, Clearing
and underbrushing i pi rations on the
property will be cai ried i al during
the coming  winter.
Tbe resignation oi Georgt Sm ei'.
Janitor al   the Centri 1  school   build-
Mshape een
, lng,   was  received  at   Tuesdaj    eve-
thai  word  'stick' i ninS's meeting, and tht secretary waa
Everything is jnj instructed  to advertise foi   his  sue-
before many days | " ss"r-
e up every  broker's!     ,;ir secretary was also instructed
:;���  -   itry, ii��- up the Btan- j '" advertise for tenders for the con-
and every business | struction of toiler housi    and   out-
. consider our just de-   buildings as soon ns the plans have
i-e ��� ii prej ared by th< architect, which
will be within the next few days,
1 - contract was l< t tor the- Installation of the much discussed new
heatine system which will waim ih<*
Thi-e Is not  a   boast < r a
: a plain statement <ef what
ire can do now."
��� Sn   i   announced today
'���-      ���  ughly in touch with
���     :��� tation and  tht    Central  school   buildings   and   annex,
i wwe w��ftk��iing  Of !The Canadian Buffalo Forge iompany
: - awarde l the contract.
Item Inion surplus of $1"-
Kkm at .past $8,000,000 had
j- '���-, ��� ���. k nded in the fight,
pr :' the strike lasts ant th< i
I1'- mpany will nol be
laranteed dividends
|JM propi rty.
-������ tl George .). Gonl I
P the I'nif el States
H   ��� iny's fight.
���        . ��� I afteT the regular
:" ilie  strikers  this
M '       n ii ne of the ?. -
F '   ���      ied by the strikers
- '  '��� in bringing about
felt owm -riiin of    tin-   tei -
j
| I ince i that Uie un-
' ���       ees now in Its pos-
1 * et n st-nt by mall.
I messagi   sen   bj
��� attle and ha ' I et n
!; ��� malls.
SIWASHES SET OUT
FOR HOP FIELDS
Beaver Makes Special Trip
With Pickers for Chiiliwack District���Crop Good
H**D TO PART.
one hundn d ind fifty Sl-
., .. . ccompanied ri- their women
an i papooses, wenl u i to Harrison on
.-..,   steamer Beavi    yesterday morn-
i the purpoet al taking pari lu
.,.. | op p.;, King iu tht vicinity oi Chilli .  .       xhe Bt aver made a sj ecial
... h   lie- Indians, the boat  car-
:   in-  a  CBpacll ���
\ severe- nruignineiit of the civic
administration of New Westmnister
s banded out last evening in thi
church by Rev, Dr.
Tufts, of tin- international Reform
bureau for lis manner of dealing with
the liquor traffic and the so-called
social evil. The meeting was a g n-
eral on*-, and Dr, Tufts, who is just
commencing a three weeks moral
campaign here, discussed the evils
which affect .New Westminster anl
other cities freely and sought to
awaken a reform movement
New Westminster, he stated, was
face to face with a live Issuei���no
less than a proposition to stamp out
the social evil In the city, and as Canadians were not so fastidious as the
people across the line, he felt at liberty to discuss the subject freely.
The speaker of the evening was introduced by the Rev. Dr. Rugg, and
at ihe conclusion of an interesting
addres3 in which the social evil and
the liquor traffic was ably dealt with.
on motion of J. A, Kerr, a committee
.was appointed to wait on the city
council and respectfully request it to
take steps rn suppress the social evil
in this city. The motion carried unanimously on a rising vote, and the
chairman appointed J. A. Ken-. Rev.
F. O. Macgree an I G, 11. Bent to act
; on the committee.
The Outlawea Curse.
One ol the worl.-. Dr. Tufts stated
.of ihe International Reform bureay
was t< set i iii? suppression |lf ''he so-
i called s ������ lal evil, first because the
social ��� vi. was outlawed. He hal
found that the laws of the Domin'on
did nol endorse It, and as Great Britain was symbolic of law and order,
Canadians bad either to carry out the
law as ll stands on the statute books
or go back on the traditions of the
country. That was the only position
that could be taken. Some persons
| argued that there had always been
a social evil and always would be. in
: cl thai it could not be stamped out.
The same bad been said eef the slave
trade, but England took the lead In
stamping out the slave trade and later
the United States followed the ex-
ample. Most persons would admit
that the social evil was wrong, ami if
they wanted to be consistent, they
would have to Impartially enforce the
law. it :.. I I- ������'. stated that if was
hard to gel evi l< nce against the residents oi thi rt sti Icted district, bui
the spt aki r did not think so. Only
vi att ���
red
lo-
���
;
,   .; IWI rs   Of   I-'
e   lie  1   thl
dred  in II '""'��� ' ���
starti i oul   to ������������-
I, intention
I until tbe
>'..  who ekl 1  ��� lit
I b ISlneSS, was the
. r   ��s   to   the
- ini-ial   gov.-: nni> nl
entlng   Hie  ordl-
Bl -
nd $���"> represi n'lng
I in-', it.
r -el    by    nasi.wn-1
.. to come through
: ie the provincial
. ., ,   parator.\
the    privilege    of I
T l: elumbia   air.   but
feelln,       un , ,,   south and ... i ��s
a ben  cornered iu  *    ,. ,       ,,,._..���
Son B,     .   ... ., ���.,   English mark.
l* hi
four residents of the
,, 0| the lar, rid had appeared in thi
district,  has  se-   cai court charged with being inmate
oi   ,:,-     ���   Ij   houses t i  which
gei ei.-e s of aboul one liin1-
,,u,.    of    whom
msii rday.and It
to keep the Siwashes   they   pleaded  guilty  was    sufficient
h(,l,, ���, ],i, crop   grounds for the police to proceed In
V    the campaign of removing the wo-
,han     ed,   Tbe bops will be pick-
, |   sorted, and i icked In bales pre-
shipping  bj   the  Indians,
they
had pl< -;- '  pil ty and were fined $25
and  ct sts and  then turned  loose to
i   -i.e ir way again. The fact that
their residences lure, ami New Westminster would become  noted  for its
ie. mt.-.
��� Tackles the Saloons,
The speaker then rook up the licensed saloon question and embellished
his address with comments on local
conditions. By the term "saloon" he
meant all places where liquors were
disposed of, With reference to New
Westminster condKiDns, Dr. Tufts
stated that as he entered the city on
Tuesday he had noticed that there
were no hotel runners or free hacks
at the depot, and in that respect New
Westminster was unlike every town,
even small places of several hundred
seemed to be the chief object of the
hotel men here to please the cus-
tomers at the bars rather than those
who seeked accommodation.
Compares Them to Vermin.
Of course he did not intend to criticise them for conducting a business in
which they were licenseel to work,
but he could not help comparing them
to the little flat-headed creatures
whom a certain priest stated made
their living at night, by preying on
people. They were God's creatures
all right, but he did not like the way
they made their living.
Why This Difference?
He had noticed that in New West-
population, in the t'nited States, lt
minster there were two saloons and
thirteen bars. Why the drinking
places were not all classed the same
be did not know, but the city govern-
"���nt had taken the responsibility of
saying lo one class of men, "You pay
$200 for a license" and to another
"You pay $400 for the privilege of
selling intoxicants. Looking at the
matter as a busines-s proposition th"
city had not made a good bargain
because In the New England states
licenses cost from $1500 to $2500
each, and in Illinois the price was $1.-
000. He was not arguing In favor
of a high license. He did not approve of a license in an.v form, but
as a business proposition the city had
not made a good bargain because ri
���was  getting only $3,400  from  the  16
1 hears   in   this   city,   while   calculating
; from statistics complied on population the people of the city were expending about $75,0(10 over the bars
in a year to produce that amount.
Closed Town is Better.
Dv. Tufts cited many places, where
prohibition   had   been   enforced,     ns
; evidence that a closed town prospers
better  than  ;i liquor town.    He b< -
: lipveel that If New Westminster would
drive out the saloons, people would
flock in here at a great rate. Rusi-
ness men recognized the Injury which
the  saloon interest's  works  against   .,.
i town, and commercial men in genei ���
The capital stock of the Fraser
River Sawmills company, limited, had
been doubled, and a controlling Inter-
i il has been purchased by a syndicate of capitalists headed by A. D.
McRae of Winni;.eg and Peter Jan-
sen, of Jensen, Nebraska, As well as
Securing the greater portion of tie-
stock in the mill, the syndicate has
purchased the three billion feet of
timber belonging to tbe company, as
well as two billion from other parties, the whole involving an expenditure of over two and a half million
lollars.
.Messrs. McRae and Jansen have
large interests both in Canada and
the United States, so that the property at Millside is not likely to suffer through a non-progressive policy
on account of them having acquired
the controlling interest. They have
had cruisers in the wood for the last
eight  months,  and  as  'khiii as  plans
London, Aug. us���The Tangier correspondent <>f the London Tribune has
sent word of a rumor prevalent In
Tangier to the effect that Abdul
Azzlz, sultan of Morocco, has been as-
assinateel in his palace at Fez. The
correspondent adds thai the rumor,
which was evidently started bv warring tribesmen, is not. given thfi least.
credence by officials in Tangi<-T; Put
it has -served to help the rebels by
drawing to their cause many ignorant  natives.
Preliminary trials of fifty prisoners charged with assassination, pillage
an l connivance with hostile Moors,
were begun at Casa Rlanca today.
Dispatches from Tangier report
that a large body of tribesmen are
marching toward Casa Blanca. They
are all mounted on fine horses and
come from the direction of Morocco
city. It is impossible to estimate
their number.
Melani  the  fanatical  priest, is re-
stir up the natives to a holy war.
Escorted by troops, another party
of Europeans have left Fez on their
way to the coast.
There  was  another  sharp engage-
can be matured the lugging operations ported to be on his way to Fez to
of the business will no doubt be'
greatly increased. The new management proposes to log enough timber
on their own limits to keep the mill
running instead of purchasing a large
percentage of their logs as has been i n)Pnt at Casa Blanca between Gen.
done in the past The company ^s i Druile's forces and the Moors yester-
now employing about COO men in the ��� ^av fjje natives were driven back.
mill and logging camps, and- this. Dispatches to the newspapers say
number will be increased to 1000 -hat Mulal Hafiz, the self-proclaimed
when operations get in full swing. It K���]trtn, has declared that he is op-
is the intention to make the mill one jjpaeu' to a holy war, but that great
of the largest and most up-to-date on pressure is being brought to have the
the coast. pretender declare one.    Caids of tbe
The following officers have bean heading tribes who have enlisted un-
elected: A. D. McRae. presiden': ' fter the banner of the pretender are
Peter Jansen, first vice president; urging him to proclaim a holy war
Lester W David, second vice presi- | an(-j drive all the foreigners out of
dent   and  general  manager;    Ft">nl;' Morocco.    Thus far he, has refused,
Donnelly, secretary and treasurer.
FAST LACROSSE MATCH
TARES PLACE TO-NIGHT
Fairview Lads Are Coming-
Over to Get a Kink in
Their Aspirations.
Sharp at #ix o'clock this evenin
the face off in th.- New Westminster
intermediate vs. Fairview lacrosse
match will take place. iNeither Bide
is burdened wdth over confidence In
Its ability to win, although none of
the local lads will admit that they
stand a chance of being beaten. The
Fairview team has been winning
everything In sight for some time
past, and upon their stlckhandllng
ability this evening will depend
��� in ther or not they can be rated ln
the sam - eias- as thn New Westmlnstei   lads,    The  tact  that  the Fair-
but may yet be forced to yield to the
wishes of his followers.
The Spanish government has decided to send two large warships, the
battleships Carlos V. and the cruiser
Princess de Asturias to the Moroccan
coast to replace the small warships
now there. The Spanish garrisons o��
Ceuta and Melllla will not be increRft-,
ed. <0*\
r,.     ���,jh.,;
Imperial Parliament Prorogued.
i    London, Aiigj 2 s���With picturesque
- Old-time   ceremonial the  British  parliament   was  prorogued    today,    thus
' ; ending one of the longest and  most
arduous sessions, during    which    the
rrVyal  assent  was given to over ��-'x:M.
bills which the two houses passed
BRAVE GIRL SMS MANY
FROM HORRIBLE DEATH
,dew ham defeated the Victoria team
were joining tht- forces of the church which gave the short emi of the score
againsi   the saloon,  with  the  result   to the New  Westminster  intermedl-
to
after  which  thej
When  cornered In
���  -na et. in. clalme I
nce in Vancouver,
the Vancouver of-
be a citizen of
By much diligence
lD�� sumn
k"]'    ���        got
ef��'"   '   Ptata
f ca .
will be' sent   east,
Atlantic to the
���li    bave    - ' '
of the   B, C
Bei
j
,  |arge quantity
bops   for  several    years    past.    Mi.
���   th
several
11,,,-si stated  recently that
thi- year would b   one ol th
uses In both places. J ��""" s'"' ,:
Hrown   Into
Pittendrigh.
���' 'ts soon disposed I'f
The magistrate ha.I
rt,wn   with   a   distress
1    would   part   with
tor a long tim<
hops
��� finest
lll(, chiiliwack district;
past, and he expectf
than make
Knows a Good Place.
Th      speaker    agreed     that     thev
should not be moved to Lulu island,
: s iii such an event more police protection would be required, nor would
he advise moving them up near the
mayor's residence,   The only fit place
he knew for them was in the building I
located immediately, behind the    city
hall, white the iron bars decorate the '
windows.    He  would'pul   the   girls
.""e hundred
f'Brow,,
'"'.<<���:::���
Bcrtih
aasl.
nd fifty guests
residence    of  Mr.
ville. yesterday eve-
1 being the marriage
''d Norman Swonpou
Marian  Hind John-
!he    bridal    couple
Larsen    anil    Miss
;sl<'i'    of the   bride.
, "1 Miss Larson, and
fce!riWon8l,n and M. Peterson
'r| in the cei-emonv, which
'ItlCti.i.       i
M    "y    the  Rev.  B. A.
Wi,.,..    ___ j .
up for
perlenced   Boim
that this season will mor
,he bad times which were ex-
years   ago,   when   a
huge quantity of the hops rotted on
the fields.
Water.
tht m . and not only them, but the frequenters of their houses as well. He-
would advise that the frequenters of
these houses be sentenced to jail for
six months and put to work on the
I streets in stripes and their names
! published in the press. Such meas-
tbe   speaker   believed,   would
p. i
Kel,;,
Bjotnllefi
""llels,,,,
Drowned in Shallow ^
Nelson, Aug. -s   im ^L,  was i have a marked effect on the aitend-
nooii   young  Elmer 0Rgn*'   rf h(   at j ance at disorderly houses,
visiting   his   father,   a   i'! I       Beneficiai Result of Suppression.
Oookfi's mill at Kaslo, was ni ��� i D| T,ins stated that while New
search was made and *���. -ee i Westminster might not be able to
boy. who was nab   u ,���, n,e   compete  with  Vancouver as a corn-
that the saloon man was being harder pressed at the present time than
ever  before.
No   Real   Value   Received.
Again the saloon should be stamped out because It was not a legitimate business. It was not a legitimate business because customers do
not get value for their money. ,\
man could go to the grocery store or
dry goods store and get value for his
money but when he laid $1 on the bar
he got ten drinks of whisky in return.
Meat Chopper  Dragged  in.
He gets his friend to help him
drink it and becoming frenzied by the
liquor, his friend draws ti knife and
stabs and he draws a revolver and
shoots, leaving his friend probably
dead on the floor. Going home in his
drunken condition he attacks his Wife
with the butcher knife, strikes his
daughter with a poker, and throws his
baby on the stove.   He was sure the
Stockton, Cai., Aug. 2S���Brave und
cool in the face of danger, Miss
.lennie Fassler, a strong, comely and
typical mountain girl, living three
miles  north  of  Snnoni, on  the Sierra
railroad averted the destruction <>r a
combined freight and passenger train
yesterday. It was due to heroism and
quick work thai the train was kept
from dashing, with all on board, down
a precipitous canyon. As it was there
was no damage nor loss of life, nothing remaining to Ve told but the story
of the girl's heroism.
Five bents of a big bridge ?iad
been burned by a fire In the dry grass
along the track. The train, which
left Sonora at 1 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, was a combination freight
and passenger train.
The train was approaching the
The Victoria Terminal Railway and I ,res)]f., M one on board being aware
Ferry company is applying for a re- > of  th<)   yawninR   cnasm  awaiting    it,
where the bridge had been. Miss
Fassier   discovered   that   the   bridge
ales   a   Couple   oi   weeks   ago   i��   not
asldered as proof that they can beat,
the  locals,  as the  lads   were not   in
condioitm at the time.
The New Westminster team w'l! be
picked from among the following at a j
meeting  to be  held    this    morning: |
Mann,   O.   Peele,   It.   rialbraitu,   Marshall, K. Warwick, Robertson, Brown, |
.lohnston,   W.   Warwick, 'Spring,    A.'
Smith, T. Rennie, Morrison, Manner-
ing.   The referee will be C. D. Peele. i
Admission, two-bits.
cord of 25 Inches Of water from a
small creek running through lot Bl,
group 2 into Mud bay. The application which was posted in the water
commissioner's office yesterday state's
that the water is required for agricultural domestic and industrial purposes.   It is the intention of the com-
found i��� four f J*��^
How Hi" ������'������-'u"  '  '
|fl apparently no means
The boy v, i   In
ition
was
hike shore.
pened there
of ascertaining,
on his summer vac
Home I" Stillwater, Minn
was brought  to  Nelson
shipped east.
Kaslo
from nis
Th ��� body
id win be
timate business. No man engaged in
I selling Intoxicants was doing a legltl-
| mate business. IfiO.OOO persons in
merdal centre, it could compete WitU \AmficA acoord|ng ,��� statistics went
that city as a city ot homes, by eur- d tQ premRtura KVaves eac1l v���av
passing the social evil. People would | ,hrough (]rink Authorities estimate
be more ready to bring their families , (hat   1Q  per  ^   of ^   deiuhs   ,n
to
stamped out.    Business men of Van
couver   he   felt   certain   would   have |
uany  to  use the water for supplying
liquor sellers were_not doing a legi- | ^ ra���way locomotlveB.
thisi city to live if this vice was j ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^   Qf ^
(Continued on Page Eight.)
He  Has a  Pain.
New Yor. Aug. 2H���A dispatch from
Portland, Maine, slates 1hat, P. H.
McGuigan, who resigned his position
as vice nresldent of the Great Northern   railroad  because   of   differences
i with ,T. ,T. Hill, Is seriously ill there
! wllh intestinal troubles.
was burned away and, knowing she
had but a few minutes In which iry
prevent the train from plunging into
the canyon, she hastened towards tbe
approaching train, waving a danger
flag frantically. The engineer saw
the signal and brougnt the train to a
standstill but a few feet away from
the charred remains of the trestle.
There wag no scene, Miss Fassler
modestly accepting the thanks of the
trainmen and passengers for savinr.
their lives and said she could not see
that she had done any more than nn
other woman would have done ln the
same circumstances. She declined
anything in the way of a regard.
i-, m -** PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY   At
iUSTjjJ
-
���
i.
ri
Voting Contest
I A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES I
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
I CROP REPORTS ARE
I      -  NOT OPTIMISTIC
! 	
���
���
aminati.m-e-will be admttt ri. Class I
reopen at Uie academy, Tuesday,
September 3. Children under ->.<
years of age will not be received.
Later Advices Tell of Frost
Nipping Standing Wheat
In Manitoba.
I
THIS ELEGANT LIBRAR1' INCLUDING 125 VOLUMES AND
HANDSOME CASE WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE.
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER SECURING THE LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES IN THE FOLLOWING   MANNER:
The merchants listed below will give with each 10c cash purchase oue vote.
The contest began Aug. 2:1 rd, 1907, and will close Jin. 23rd,
1908, at 7 p. m.
A ballot box is placed in D. S. Curtis & Cos drug store, where
votes are to be deposited.
At the close of the contest the I^odge, Society, Church or School
having received the largest number ot votes will be awarded the
library.
Current  accounts  when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by trading with the firms listed below.
Library  is on exhibition at W.  E. Fales'  furniture store.
n. S. Curtis will count the votes.
Winnipeg, Aug. 28���Crop reports
from the grain-producing areas of the
west which ars now reaching the city
are not so optimistic as a little earlier in the season. There has been
considerable damage by frost and, it
is feared that in many places wheat
will not mature before it is again
naught by heavier frosts of the
autumn.
However, there will be a heavy
yield in the greater part of Sas-
atchewan, where conditions have been
very favorable. Cutting is now under way in the greater part of Mani-
WHEN GOING. EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yen
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
'THE   NORTH-WESTERN,
Opera liouse Bookings
Irving   Beers.   Mgr.
Aug SO Rip Van Winkle
gept (1 Mrs. Temple's Telegram
������ 10 For Mother's Sake
"   19 Isle of Spice
" 20 Josh Perkins
" 26 R. L. Borden
Oct.   2 Sons of Scotland Soiree    | NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
������    3 Thorns & Orange Blossoms   I He.    is^rvinvvt. .
"   4 Thorns efe Orange Blossoms   Embodies the newest   and best laeas
"    8       ..In the Bishop's Carriage     for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
10 The Time, Place and Girl  ; and   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with
Canadian Pad
:��t'cRaiiwl
���rltUh. Colum ri, Co���t J
Service,
TIME TABLE
B. C.  Coast  Lin
Ser-
������  12 Mayor of Tokio
'���  n A Wife's Secret
������ 30 Raffles
Nov.  7 Isabel Irving
"    9 Tilly Olsen
"  13 Florence Roberts
"  19 Holy City
'��� 26 Sarah Truax
Dec. 18 Uncle Tom's Cabin
 Are You Crazy?
Jan. 25 Devil's Auction
"       Buster Brown
Mar. IS Paul Filmore
April 1 Sis in New York
8 The Burgomaster
toba  and   it  is  commencing in  Sas
katcliewan and Alberta. The past two ! May 27 A College Boy
days have been very unfavorable for
cutting in Manitoba as there has been*
a  general   rain  and   weather is  still
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
! private compartment cars, standard
t6 section sleepers, luxurious dining
:ar, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
ALASKA ROUTE
(Subject to change- without
Steamer. ;
Princess Beatrice
Princess May	
M.I
uol
Jv��3 VaaJ"
���lu'y 6, ii
My 12, nj
Princess Beatrice. ..jaly l3 A
Princess May  ,,l!v 2j   t
Princess Beatrice.. .Aug, ,, ', |
Princess May \,ig 9 1,|
Princess Beatrice.. ,.\ug jj
Princess May   A,,���
Princess Beatrice..
23,
���Aug, 30, jl
W.   E.   FALES
Furniture
D.   S.  CURTIS   &  CO.
Drugs
HORACE.DORER
Jeweler
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West  End Grocery
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
THE  DAILY   NEWS  PUB.  CO.
Daily and   Weekly   News
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
MOREY  &  CO.
Books and Stationery
THE  ROYAL  STUDIO
Hinder new  management)
Lionel   Haweis,    Photographer
O.   BURDETT
Home-made   Chocolate   Confections,    Ice   Cream
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Gen.  Repairing
CENTRAL  LIVERY   STABLES
S.   H. Thompson. Prop.
unsettled. Southern Manitoba's yield
will be light���that along the main line
of the C. P. R. will be medium,
while that north of the C. P. R. will
be heavy.
A conservative estimate of the total I
yield in the three provinces gives the :
figures    at    eighty    million  bushels,
which   woulil   be a   falling off of  at
least   ten   million   bushels   from   the;
yield  of last year,  but increases    in
prices now prevailing would make the
money  returns  to  the  farmer.-   equal
to those of last year.
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REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
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Columbia   Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
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Omaha, Neb., Aug. 27���The scarcity of labor In the west has reached
an acute stage. It has resulted in curtailing so much coal mine work that
the Harriman lines which have an
abundance of fuel in their own mines,
have been compelled to order coal
from Australia, They have also made
contracts for 2,000 tons a week from
Illinois, paying Jl a ton, and $7 a ton
freight to Garfield, Utah.
Japanese In some Union Pacific
mines are drawing as high as $170 a
month and. it is feared, wages will
go -till higher.
The I'nion Pacific Is urging coal
dealers and private consumers to lay
In as largo a supply for winter as
they can secure, In order to offset a
famine. The railroad Itself has stored
mi 200,000 tons more than usual for
its own use
For Sale or Charter
STERN-WHEEL STEAMER -HAMLIN." Length 146 feet, width 30
feet, depth 4 feet G inches. En-
j gines 15x60, built in Pittsburg, Pa.;
shaft S inches. Boiler locomotive
type, length 20 feet, diameter 72
inches; working pressure 123 lbs.
All pipe connections complete.
Particulars, price, etc., apply to
H. A. JONES
407   Cordova   St.,   Vancouver.
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
To   accommodate    till    the    guests
who will visit the city during exhibition time it is desired that all house-
1 hoPlers  prepared  to offer accommodation at reasonable rates will leave
their   addresses   with   Edward   Hoult
I billeting agent at the city hall, where f
I all Information  may be obtained,      i
ALEX. GARRETT,    |
Chairman of the Billeting committee, '
I ;
Tenders Wanted
	
VANCOUVER-Yri;-.U1ARO
S.S. Princess Victoria leavi
ver, 1 p.m. dally.
Leaves Victoria dally at l ,1
VICiORIA-SKATTI.K R0J
PRINCESS BEATRICE.)
Leaves Victoria dailj excenl
at 8:30.
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to ." p, tn., of MONDAY. September 2, 1907, for supply
of Oats, Hay, Bran rend Straw, delivered to order in the city for the
Corporation, for one year.
The lowest or an.v tender not nee- |
essarily accepted.
VY. A. DUNCAN,    j
City Clerk 1
City  Hall,  New  Westminster,
August 23, 1007.
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Just Received: !
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Carload of j
FARMERS THREATENED
WITH   TAR   AND   FEATHERS
Ithaca/ N. V.. Aug, 28.���Telephone
advices from the nearby village of
Speedville reporl that the countryside
is terrorized by a ban l of outlaws.
The Lyman  Ellis  farm house  was
i set afire by some of the desperadoes
who   were ordered  off  the   premises
and   several  straw   stacks   have   been
Bred,
Ve sterday a hundred me n assembled
in the Speedville public square an l
started with five gal.ons of tar em-l
.1 feather mattress in pursuit of certain shiftless farmers supposed to be
Implicated in the outrages, The com-
iniinity is aroused to the lynching tLLAnu nLUln,
pitch, The authorities of Tioga coun- ZIZ^ZII^^^,
!.-. hav-.- been reque tte I to quell th 1
lawlessness,
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHIIAOELI'HIA,  via Niagara Falls.
F��r Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. VV. VAOX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage  ^lily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane   and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
1901.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
12.25  P-m-
g.40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane   7.15 p.m.
..Rossland  ....4.10 p.m.
.. .Nelson  6.45 p.m
H. A. JACKSON.
Extra!    Special!
30  DAYS  ONLY
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
$15.00    Up
Best of Trimming.     Best of
Workmanship.     Cut to  Fit.
M. LANGTRY, Up-to-date Tailor
 a4Trro"tst- 12 Transcontinental Trains 2
H. STE WARDSON daily
VICTORIA      NEW     WESTMl
rJ . *"���-��-     ROUTE..
S.S.  Rithet "^
Leaves   Victoria   on   Tues,
Friday at 7 a.m., and leaves NY
minster on Wednesdaj and S
at 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER N.Anaimoro|
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver dally at   1
WEST   COAST  ROUTE!
Steamer Queen City.
Leaves Victoria at 11 p.m.
7th, and 1-1 th each month for)
quot;   leaves Victoria   on   20|
Quatsino and way points.
LOWER FRASER RIVER RQ
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   New   Westminster
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday, TH
and Friday ,at 0 p. tn. ami
at 2 p. ni. with additional tripe
day at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday.
Wednesday. Thurs,lav and Sat!
7 a. m.;  Friday at 6 a. m.
trip Saturday 5 p, m.
UPPER  FRASER RIVER Rlj
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New   Westminster,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fr|
Leaves CbJUiwacli 7 a. m.
Thursday   and   Saturday*, cai
landings   between   .\Yw  \vesj
and Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN  B. C. R0U1
S. S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at   8
and   16th   of   each   month,
Skidegate on first trip and Bel
on second  trip. Time on arrl
departure   are  approximate,
For   reservations   and   infd]
call or address
ED. 00ULB1
Agent, Mew Westm!
E. J. COYJ
Asst. (Jen. Pass   Agent, Vrinri
J. W. TROTT
General Superintendent, V"id
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
!MtW WESTMINSTER
j BRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
j Gilley Bros, im
Competition for Scholarships.
Scholarships tor commercial course
al St, Ann'j at ademy will be 1 pi n
for competition Friday, Ann. 30, at
in a. 111. Members of St, Pet< r's parish may compete fen- the scholarship
donated by His Lordship Bishop Don-
tenwill, while that donated by his
lordship the mayor, is open to any
young lady of the city. Only those
win  have   passed   the> entrance   ex-
GENTLEMEN!
What is nicer than a
well-cut Suit, made of
tht- finest materials?
1 have- the finest se-
lection of Cloths to
jj     choose from in Van-
. _i**   couver.
THE VERY LATE51 STYLES
DAN STEWART & CO., Tailors
145 HasUngs SI. W, -  teSftS
Excursion rates to all points i-lasi
July Unl, 4th ami Bth; August Sth,
Oth and 10th. Tickets good for three
months.
EU. UOUU-JI,
ri. 1'. ii, Agent
New   West 111 III sir 1
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Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY  I
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
A Good One
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, ball and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,  favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and. INSURANCE
Westminster Iron Works
''VflNEltAI, MACHINfe. AjND KINUtN'
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, blUUMU ano
STRUCTURAL  IRON    WORK.
Ornamental Iron worn, melinite,
fences, Gates, Klre Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence 1
Jl ted.
JOHN REID,
BEQB1M BTKJUUJT.
New  WiMtmlnntor
Northci
Pacifi-
Three
Transcontineni
Trains Daily
Travel nn the Famo
"NORTH COAST 1.1MIT11
Electric-lighted train.   Low
Quick Time. Excellent |
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, StJ
AND ALL POINTS EA^
Steamshir Tickets on Bale tee
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Bates'   Rourt
Rates   to   Southern   C��H'��|
For full Informtion call on orj4
O. E. LANG, General Age
���130 Hastings St-. Vancouver,
A. I). CHARLT01]
pn
p  ��>   1 '���
Westminster
Transfer Co.
')fflce "Phone 186.       Motd  ruone ir.
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to  w
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi so���Tram Deraot
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Wastmlnitar, B.C
TAKE
The White ft
and Yukon R<
for CONRAD, CARCRpSS,
WHITE   HORSE,   n\VV5t|
FAIRBANKS.    Dai).   tr����"
Sunday)    carrying   passenge:rj
express    and    freight   conn
.tages at Carcross and wniw
maintaining a through winter j
Foi Information apply to
j.  h    ROGERS, Traffic
Vane-oin-rf
J.HENLI
Manufacturer (
Mineral Waters,
Aerated Water}
Family Trade a Specialty.
fe|| 113> Office, Elgl'thl
NEW   WESTMINSTER. 5D>Y. AUGUST 29, 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
We carry a large
stock of
McLaughlin
High Class
DAVID   CLIFPORD        ���
BUGGIES
"Rip Van Winkle" -
FRIDAY, Aug. 30
PRICES���25c,  50c   and 7Ec.
noiseless Axle
shers; no narrow
leather washers to
wear out.
Monday Nighl,   Sept.  1      Call and see us; we
MARJORIE  rambeau  and       can suit you in both
rn Stock  Companj        quality and price.
IN ���
"MERELY MARY ANN"
PRICES���25c, 35c  and   50c.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
EAT
COPYRIGHTED BYTnr. If'eVNDtSCC:9C6
/
|See our window for a special line of   (ia aa
�����erge and Tweed Suits, all sizes    $1U.UU
A complete line of the famous "Stetson" Hat
in all shapes and shades, in the leading styles.
AT
I
HI LU PS, Wardrobe Clothier
NEMO
MIDWAY & VERNON
I      AGAIN LIVE ISSUE
AND
PURE GOODS ARE
lowan's Perfection Cocoa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette*, Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
I Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
FOR THE BEST
Photograph
MONEY CAN BUY
AI ANY PRICE
VISIT
THE
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   YOU  BANK  WITH
= %e
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
!OTAL
ASSETS   OVER   45,000,000
bn- welcome small ace tunja anel pay interest four timea
i year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
Royal Studio
CUNNINGHAM
BLOCK
Proprietor, L. HAWEIS
(pronounced Hoyes)
Bank of Montreal
TO THE RESIDENTS OF
SAPPERTON:
We  bave just   opened   an  up-
to-date
MEAT   STORE
on the corner of Columbia and
Keary   Streets.
We' ime iii! to'carry only the
choicest ol   MEATS.   POULTRY     and     FRESH     FISH.
Orders promptly di livi red.
your  patronage  solicited,
J. TRAVERS & CO.,
Cor. Keary and Columbia Sis,
SAPPERTON.
Phoenix, B. (ri Aug. 28���At last
there is something tangible regarding
the long mooted Midway & Vernon
railway, a line projected to connect
the two points mentioned, a distance
of 150 miles approximately, an;
which would be a short route from
the Boundary to the rich farming district of the Oanagan country and to
the Pacific coast. Since work wate
discontinued on the construction west
. of Midway, where ten miles of grad
ing was done some two years age;.
| those most interested in the enterprise have been unremitting in their
efforts to secure the necessary capital to .carry the line through to a
successful completion.
This   week   William   R.   Morris,   of1
London, England, a  railway engineer
accompanied by Robert Wood, one of
, the originators Of the Midway a. Vernon railway, and R. A. Bainbridge of
1 Vancouver, divisional engineer for the
I C. P. R. were visitors in Phoenix. Mr.
j Morris   was seeking  information   and
j statistics  regarding  the  Boundary   in !
general, along the lines of what thia j
1 district might absorb of the products I
! of the rich Okanagan, and  thus fur- ,
��� nish a substantial tonnage for the new
I railway.    He was to meet  L. M. Rice
lot' Scuttle,  another  engineer  familiar
with  the project,  at  Greenwood, and j
' together they were to start, over the J
line of the  proposed  railway,  taklngi
notes of the mineral anel agricultural;
I potentialities of the country thai will
be served  and tapped.    Those    thor-
I oughly informed of the country to be
j traversed have not the slightest doubt
1 of the verdict of Mr. Morris,
lt appears thai a concern in London, England, known as the Engle-
: 'bell Syndicate, commltflsomed Si:'
Richard Fox, an eminent British engineer. te> make a report on the proposed line, and Mr. Morris is acting
for Sir Richard Fox. The Midway &
Vernon is fortunate in having secured
subsidies from both the Dominion
government, amounting to something
above $11,000 per mile in cash.
t
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAP,TAL  $14,400,000.00      ^
Reserve      $11,000,000.00      *-
|'h����throughouVcMadaandNew^ndland, ami In Undo", England,, _       orhlHWlt
** York, Chicago and Spokane?U.S.A. and Mexico Citj.    A Cen   JJp|jCal UeparUaient
f����'>Ban, Department.     Deposits received in ^ " ^"ffi
an'l Interest allowed at 8 per cent per annum (present
-   W t me. a year.
|    *�������� over IU....000.00O.OO. BRYMNER, Manager.
N)W WESTMINSTER BRANCH <"'��� D- BR*mwa _
Chi.���ago, .rii.'. _17���Nelson Morris.
head of the peal meal packing concern, died today of heart disease complicated with kidney trouble. Morris
was 8 native ee! Q rniaiiy. He landed
in Philadelphia penniless and Worked
his way to Buffalo on a canal b iat,
Then he walked to Chicago an 1 work-
eel in the stock yards for $". a month
the firsl year. He has been a leading
packer 'sine 1802.
^Canadian Bank of Commerce
luP Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
I n, head office, Toronto. Manager.
|*A!.KER, President. ALEX.  LAIRD, Genera
| A GENERAL BANKING   OTBlSi TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
Jj*'"* afforded  Farmer, for  their banking buseness.
I  RAf.J   " taken for collection. withdrawn oby mall.
L^K|^   BY  MAIL-Depoalt.  may be made ... withd
1     U,,V11 accounts receive every attention. Manager.
. ��>W WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R. &%$��"* _
\ OPRN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 OC^
A large proportion of the public
these days wear CLASSES-still a
larger proportion need them.   We are
i in shape to suit glasses to any sight
{ uo  matter  how   young    or  how  old.
| you may have just failing sight or
you  may   have  mixed  sight.    It's   all
I the same to us, we have the appliances and glasses  to suit  anybody and
| everybody. As to prices, well we
have   them   frofn 50 cents up.    NO
| FIT' NO PAY.
D. 8. CURTIS & GO., Drugs, Spectacles.Seeds
New Westminster
We Eat to Live
But eat the same time it Is necessary to know what we arte eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You   can   rely   upon    GETTING
THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
DEATH VALLEY MINER
CARRIES  PAPER   MONEY  NOW
San Francisco, Aug. 28���Scotty, the
Death Valley miner, came into town
yesterday. Scotty is becoming effete,
tie carries paper money. pTenty of '1
���flashing in hi.s palm on this trip.
Scotty has not changed otherwise.
The stag? setting and the costum'ng
is all there. He still wears a blue
flannel shirt, a ied necktie and high-
heeled shoes. But his spirit is getting worn. Me is losing his buoyant
virility when he has to carry "east-
em money" and finds gold too heavy.
Scotty is alone this time. He registered first at the St. Francis hotel,
secured a room and went his usual
way, taking rooms in hotels all over
town, SO that he Is never without a
place to sleep, no matter where he i ���..
THREE  CHINESE   KILLED
IN   CANNERY   DISASTER
Tacoma, Aug. 27���That the Dundas
bay  cannery,   n   ley   straits,   Alaska,
���slid   Into  th.e w,at��>r  about  August 10,
occasioning a  loss of  at   least  0,000
Limited
Delayed Construction of Line
Will be Resumed Shortly!    ;-
���British Capital.
HAVE YOU VISITER
fcaisan I,
lotto tovtocon
UecoRos \
ToddsMusic Store
/roisoN~ft
ji.. eli el' It
"coeSOIvTft
QeHOtDVlOCD I
otCQBOSS
ftaisoN
-JIC .���0(110(0
neconos
I EDISON J,
,    ;: li ji_i_]
UUCEROS ll
lately and heard the latest
Edison, Columbia and
Victor records? Over 6000
selections, from grand
opera to music hall.
JUST RECEIVED-
Large new .consignment of
Dominion, Nordheimer
and New Scale Williams
:       :    PIANOS    :       :
J.   H.  TODD
New Westminster's Music House,  -  Columbia St.
{EDISON ft,
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f..toni,eeet'lce I
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let-CORDS
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuractuters and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION 1
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
4���-
cases of salmon, much damage to the
plant laid the death of three Chinese
employes was the information brought
by the Black Bull line steamship Diri-
go, Capt. Livingstone, which arrived
last  night.
News of the catastrophe reachej
Juneau while the Dirigo was in port.
The cannery Ib about 150 miles to
the westward.   The piling foundation
���f the main plant is reported to have
given away and 10,000 cases which
had not been moved to the warehouse
were dumped into tne bay. Half of
them are said to have been recovered.
Details of the disaster were meagre,
but from all advices the cannery was
��o badly wrecked that resumption of
operations for this season is out ot
the question.
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1907.
MR.  BORDEN'S   REFORMS.
in a few  weeks the leader of tbe
Conservative party of the Dominion
is io  visit British Columbia and deliver addresses at various places, for j
the comfort and encouragement of all
good Tories and the confusion of the;
winked (riiis. W'_) think w*can promise' him that, herein New Westminster, he himself will  be received by;
everybody���wicked  Grits anel all���In
a very friendly Bpirit, and that what;
he has   to say will    be respectfully
listened to.
lie will, however, labor under this'
disadvantage that, by the time he arrives here, nothing ne has to say as
t.i political questions will    be   new.
The papers are giving reports of his i
meetings in the Bast, and will doubt- !
less continue to  report   his speeches
all across the continent, so tiiat those
pho read will know all his points be-
efore   they   hear   them   from   his   own
,lip.s.     Nor   do    the   papers   confine
^themselves   to   reporting.    We   have
editorial  comment,  c.itieisni. explan- i
ation.   We are told, ,,ir instance, that |
his government  ownership  policy  is
lo be regarded, at least as far as the
immediate   r.jture   is    concerned,  as
theoretical     rather    than     practical, j
Tha' is ti. say that he looks upon gov-
enini"."   ownership   of   railways   anl
oilier ,.;rilir utilities .... a thing much
to be desired���when it can be brought
about;  bui that "when" is sometime
away off In the misty and uncertain
future.
There br another plank In hia platform of which it may he said that it
looks very woi] on the surface, bul
rather riiis to "j> n out" when one
digs eio\.M i.ito it. Here il le, as summarized in the report of one of Mr,
Borden's flrsi speeches in his preseni ',:���-:���;
"Jie [IWr Borden] proposed more
effective ^vision to punish bribery
anei fraud al elections, t.e insure
thorough publicity as to the expenses
by political organizations, to prevenl
the accumulation of campaign funds
,v-i corrupt purposes, and to prohibit!
contributions thereto bj corporations,
conlr i������������. i and promoters, te; expi -
dite the hearing of election petitions
nl to pn venl collusive arrangements J
for the withdrawal or compromise
thereof, i e provide for a thorough In-
vestigal' in of corrupt practices, and
if uecei sat y to appolnl an Independent prosecuting officer, charged with
thai inly, to simplify the procedure
then ol md to i afoi ce the law i so
amen I
Th       eun Is v ���:���:  vi  ll, does ii nol"
We   i'i  wi n:    mre  an I  honesl e lee
tt all i vents,  we  -:\'   thai
we .lee.    ii   ��ill  he o served  thai  the
���;:,            eu ! exped lion i [ procec l-
Ing ��� -   I ��� iche i '.'   way of further   "otnplicatlon,   and   the  employ-
men ee en hinery.   It will
also be observed    thai    the    saA Ing
claus,   -the hole lo creep pul through
���has noi  been forgotten.   Campaign
funds will be all right so long a; they
are nol "for corrupl purposes."   This
plank  in the    platform  may well b
brack) t< .1    with    certain    notorious
quack    remi dies    which,    containing
stimulants or narcotics, appear for a
time to do goo I, bj  relieving certain
symptons,  bul   which, if they  touch
the rooi  of    the disease   al all, are
harmful and  nol  helpful;  and which
often   Invite   disaster  by   preventing
the proper treatment.    Electoral corruption  cannol  be cured   excepl   the
conditions which make ll  possible or
the conditions winch make it profitable���worth while���are changed. One
Of the things which mak i it possible
Is the low  tone of political morality;
anothei'   is   the    Intensity   of   party
spirit.   The latter also is one of the
things  which   make it   profitable,  or
worth  while;    or perhaps we should
say.   which   make  men   think   that   il
is   worth   while.      Th.e    thing   which
makes ii  profitable in  the financial
sense,   however,   is   the   fact   that  Individuals and corporations can derive
enormous profits from the shaping of
legislation    to    suit    their    schemes.
Fine Salt���that dissolves quickly
oo tke food���flavouring deiiciously
��� never gritty, never bilter,
WINDSOR TABLE SALT.
of course!
The large sums spent on "lobbies"
show this quite clearly; and of course
the effort at elections is to keep out
Of parliament men whom the lobby
cannot influence and to put into it
men who will help the lobby. Nothing in these conditions would be
touched by the legislation which Mr.
Borden proposes; nor is it easy to
see how any legislation along such
lines can touch them. Other countries have recognized this and have
introduced changes in their electoral
system with a view to make corrupt
practices more difficult���more costly
and more uncertain. It is along these
lines that the remedy must be sought.
So long as corrupt practices "pay,"
they will flourish more or less extensively and vigorously, despite all restrictive legislation; but if it be possible���and most men who have
thought the matter out believe that
:: is possible���to so change the system of election that corruption will
not pay, we can hope by such a
change to cure the evil. That is the
only way.
ster protest and to decide what action should be taken1 by the New
Westminster team. Official notice of
the finding was received yestetMay
by Mr. Ryall from the association.
it is improbable that the executive
will decide to re-play the match for
various reasons, chief of which is
that all Saturdays and holidays between the present and exhibiton time
are already set down for matches,
and the teams are at present trying
to agree on a date to play the last
match between the New Westminster
and Maple Leaf teams, it was suggested by the local executive that the
match be pi .. on September 21, but
the Maiile Leafs deemM the date unsuitable because of the fact that they
are listed to pla; a game a wee;<
prior to that date which will be likely
to render them unfit for a fast game.
These matters will be discussed this
evening. .   .  '
LACROSSE CLUB  OFFICIALS
WILL  DISCUSS  PROTEST
A meeting of the New Westminster
.aerosse club will be held in H. Ryall's
office this evening to consider the result of the Vancouver-New Westmin-
Schools Are Open
How are your children shod?
Wet weather and poor boots will
lay tiie foundation of a life of illness
We   iiave  in   stock   Boots.  Shoes,
Boots  for  boys  and  girls.
W<'   carry  a   full    line    of    Leckie's
justly celebrated boots ani shoes
���none better���few as good.
Kyle's Good Cheer Store
The Home of Plenty
Telephone 276. 255  Front Street.
Opposite C. P. N. Wharf.
Chief  Provincial  Constable   Spain
and Mrs. Spain have left for Winni- I
, peg on a  visit  to  Mends.
A great  quantity   of  sturgeon   was
, brought down the river yesterday on |
1 the steamer Ramona, consigned to M.
. Monk & Co.    Two of the fish weigh
: about  250   pounds   each.    They   were
caught with baited hooks neai' Whon-
nock.
Government Agent C. C. Fisher
granted a record of 10 inches of water
yesterday to John G. Copping, of Abbotsford. from a small stream which
has its source about one half mile
from Abbotsford.
U st ���
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
bests to remind his old patrons
is 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 re3t.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
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There is Still a
Chance
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to buy cheap land on the new Westminster - to - Cloverdale   car  line.
X Near the Scott road, this side of the
Newton road, we can sell you land
at $30 and $35 per acre!
Abbott & Hyde
Next Guichon Hotel
New Westminster
If you are contemplating a
hunting trip this Fall���let
us talk Hunting Boots to you
Our strong line of Hunting
Boots is of the celebrated
Dayfoot make.
This is a 15-inch Top Boot
made of brown moose hide
a perfectly waterproof
boot and one that will
stand all kinds of wear.
Our price for them is
$7.00 a pair.
We also have the American D1ZER BOOT-the
finest prospector and Hunting Boot made
in the world.
Prices, $9 to $11 a pair.
Our line of Hunting Boots made in different length
tops at $5.00 a pair are unequalled
elsewhere.
See'our line of Light
Trout ing Boots. We
can .'how you a first-
class article in these
goods.
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JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE Ltd/
New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE
WE THINK THEY A]
A GOOD BUY
198x132 ft., with 66 ft. greets on , , t
and a 100 ft. street on one end, for $ 120o|
on terms. j
These lots are nearly all cleared, and are onll
50 feet from the survey of the new Vancouvi
car line, and only one block from the 12th St. ca7
They face south and have a fine view.
Hale & Larn
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPE^
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER B. C.
Phone 335       P. O. ros\
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10 Acres, Section 30, Township 2, Surrey,
$500
one-half cash, balance 1 year at 7 per cent
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS.
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One of lhe Finest
up-town corners, 132 feet square,
two houses drawing $32 per month
rent, with vacant corner 100 feet
square, can be had for $5,000,
one-third cash.
BOURNE y GORDO"
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
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MONEY -MAKING   RECIPE
lam the pioneer Furniture and House  Furnishings   Deal*
Director and Embalmer, and I will sell you anythlngln mylli       1
ami will give you better value than you can get In anj oth       j
in the city.   Try me,
Wall Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
Matting from 15c up. Linoleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretchers, the best made. $2.25 per set. Carpets, all grades .ind
prices. Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up. Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All kinds of job work and repairing done on shortest -������-        '���'���      .
able prloes and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods a j
I have sold the blend, and am still doing business In thi
and ie; the - tme ol 1 way.
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Price    -    -     $1.00
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EASTERBROOK  MILLING   CO., Eburne
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $15; second, $10, fot
the best lnaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   FLOUR -  IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed-all that is necessary is that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
New  Westminster. Telephone
333. ���Vl AUGUST 29, 1907.        ^
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Fall Coats   I
LhILL OF THE BViNIN(JS   AM.    EARLY    MORNINGS i
EpCIBLG  REMINDERS   OK    FALL  DRESS  NECESSITIES. |
Lick bi Yixa 0F IMPORTED pall coats am, oos- I
|sH0\Vri   KEEN KNOWLEDGE OF FASHION'S  BEST.        *
& style of Long Coats and  Sho I   Coal       i ������V and    ,,,,���,. *
�� veil as several of the    Ne*   rourisl  Coal eathe-I
1 shades. The new .Up Bleeve. ire irerj ���. omlnenl .enl ���
fcre the strappings over the shoulder to y-.x,. the latesl *
|.(l.(, Colors are the becoming cardinal, green, fancj ���
.,,.(,���.. ,( brown or garnet, exquisite, Boft, ��rarm-looking '4
Prices   ange from  $600 to $5000 |
���ne showing the most complete line of Dress Skirts ever on ���
liior, In Westminster.    These come In voiles, panamas and all ,
kt weave- in be found on the market. ���
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Millinery     jj
ri-jj, - Design; i  by our regular artisl  staff, *
r. ���         ���-SrS^P made by our own careful people, we *
F.iu. ''*3fr promise vou style and correctness in *
\-y^r   *>, everj   way, nnd    exceptionally   gool ..
T* z?jUr *
~7~- materials.   Aii the fashionable shapes *
>��','-'-Av can    be' had  In..',   and the ribbons,
\llllW//^y velvets  anl  wings allow  lull  play  in ���
' colors and color combinations, *
Our
IStaple  Department    .
I >er more abundantly stocked    than  ee'   'In'  presen!   ^
- of Sheets. Sheetings,     Pillow   Cottons,   Towels, j
Ta      Linens,  Napkins.   Pure   hash   Linen  Table  <"1<nhs;  *
Ijto 'i Is loni;. border3 all  renin!.    Special 25 per cent ri
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\ iiiarters tor all the n<-\\e ~i  Pall Fabrics.    We have <j.
togethei a vast, assortment of    Plain  Cloths  and    Fancy ^
��� if]    . we are Justly  proud.      Manj   nf ibe  patterns  are ���
rii onlv be appreciated by visiting mis store io see *
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1 ��� Tartans  in   many  plaids 65c to $1.25  yard  <���>
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I    ;���. Alexandra   Cioth3, Vicunas,   Serges,   Panamas,   re>|ilins. ^
    50c to   $2.25  ���
2   . mi  Suiting Plaids, Fancy Check and Stripe Fabrics  ���
.. ���    35c to $2.00
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STORE   CLOSES   AT   5    P. M. *
It. h. smith I
267 and 271 Columbia Street, New Westminster. *
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is spending
i at  Harrison Hot Springs.
1 j ce creamery butter at 30 cents
per l'.i. at Kyle & Son. Front street.
A. ('. Morrison of Sapperton started
������ " her lay for Toronto and Mount
Foresi   to  visit  friends after an  absence af 29  years.
���b ri Brown returned yesterday
from Victoria, where he hail been attending  the sittings of the  fisheries
.-ieen.
Guns tor hire at Geo. R. Speck's
1       i block, Columbia street
Miss \. A, I'. MaoLaughlan, of Vic-
' 'ria, is spending a few days visiting i
in the city, the guest of Mr, and Mrs. I
| J     D     H.  McDonald,   of    Columbia
stre   .
'1500,  easy  payments;    nice  little
ti 'ini' 'in city car line; 6 rooms; mod-
lot 60x140;  fruit trees anil small
. Btable in rear.   Abbott & Hyde
The Sln-d-cal camp, which has
been located at Blackie spit during
the last several weeks, has been disbanded, and the majority of the
campers an ; re :. ack In the city yes-
: irday.
Two small -si:'..:' flre-proot safes now
en hand.   Abbott & Hyde, next Guilt hotel, agents for Victor Safe Co.
The case of 'Buster' Brown, ihe
young lad accused of stealing a
miscellaneous assortmenl of junk
from a second hand dealer, was remanded in the police court yesterday
morning for one' day. .1. P. H. Bole
is acting on   iehalf of the lad.
Money to '. lan on mortgage on ap-
vi',1 security.   White & Shiles, Co-
I lumbia   -��� ��������� ',  cit;
A change in the time of the sailing of the steamer Transfer will b��
made' nn September 1. when the boat
will leave for down river points at
two o'clock in the afternoon. This
i will be the hour of sailing until fur-
ther notice Is given by the company,
We are selling two dozen bottles
ol lemon and vanilla extract ; r 15
cenl er ottle at the Good Cheer
Store, 255 Front street.
Property  owners having  shade  or
fruit   trees  which   overhang  em   the
sidewalks will be notified within the'
nexl   few   day.-   that   these   must    be j
trimmed  a   reasonable  height   above!
the  walks, in  order not  tee  interfere:
with pedestrians.
If you requin snaps we can supply
you. 3 lbs. fo ��� 25 cen - at Kyle A:
S en,  255  Front stree'.
e iwing to the success of t in; whist
I artj given bj the Beulafc Rebukah
lo ige on Tues laj evening, 11 bas be a
decided that these card parties are1
to be continued monthly throughout
the winter.    The n xl   cne will take
ce en the  fourth T tesda;,  in September.
Chen   l_ee,   the   Chinaman   aecuseel I
of using an ax und other weapons in '
a scrap with a white  man    at    the '���
Small   &   Bucfcliij   mills  on   Monday
afternoon,   was   allowed     his    liberty!
yesterday morning in the police court,
the case  against  him    having    been
withelrawn.    The Chinaman, however,!
was called  to  pay $2.50 the costs of i
the court.
For gooel school shoe^s go to Kyle's |
Gooel Cheer Store,  Front street
Thomas Gifford, tlu. jeweller, was!
! busy yesterday evening moving bis ,
; stork from T. H. Smith's premises to'
' E.  .1.  Fader's office,   whence  he  will I
Blankets, Comforters,
Bedspreads, Lace Curtains, Pillows and Sheets
 GO T6	
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.   73.
DUPONT BLOCK.
COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.
C.
conduct  his  business  for some weeks
to come,  or  until  the premises  into!
Which he intends to move are reaely
for him.   This is the second time Mr. j
Gifford has been obliged  to move his j
quarters during the past month.
For  cut  flowers,  bouquets  or  fun-;
eral   designs telephone   T.   Davies   &
Son, B 20S.
Doughey Spring, the fast, interme-1
diate lacrosse player, is laid up with j
an attack of typhoid  fever.    He will'
be unable tn take part in an.v matches i,
for some time to come.    His brother,
whei was laid up with the same complaint earlier in th eseason, has now
completely  recovered,   and   will   lake
part   In   the   game  against   the   Fair-
view intermediates Ihis evening.
Don't forget the sale of ladles'
work at Eagles' hall on Saturday,
Aug. 31, at. 8 o'clock p. nt. |
The  fisheries    commission,    which
has been  sitting  at  Victoria   for  the j
past  few  days,  has adjourned    until
about the middle of October.   The report   which  has appeared     in   some
newspapers that the commission has I
had the report of its findings printed
and   published   is   inaccurate,  as   the;
work will  not be completed for some
time to come.   What has  been  pub- |
lisheel is merely a resume of the work
done by the commission.    The report,
which  will  lie  plentifully  Illustrated,
will  be'of the greatest  assitance to
all interested In the fishing question,
as  it will  deal  with    almost    every
phase of this subject.
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OUR FALL
Announcement
VY/E take great pleasure in advising
**   our patrons, after months of preparation, of our readiness for
Fall and Winter Trade
We promise, for the coming season,
the same superior quality of wearables
for Men, Boys and Children, and the
same fair and satisfactory business
methods that have won for us such an
enviable place in the estimation of the
Clothing ouyers of this vicinity.
Soliciting a continuance of past
favors, we are
Very truly yours,
H. L. DeBECK.
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Condensed
Advertisements
cations received until noon o
5th.    It.  Lennie,  Secretary.
Sept,
DIED.
SMITH���At North Vancouver, on 27th
inst., Kathleen Helen, wife of H.V.
Smith,  anel   eldest   daughter  of  Mr.
and  Mrs.  .1. O,   Davy.
Funeral from house'. Eleventh St.,
North Vancouver, to Vancouver cemetery, on Friday, "0th.
Columbian College
will
b  a.  m.,
r tbbers  for evi rybi l;
s a,  255 Fronl   stn e
Kyi
JUST   RECEIVED
A Large  Shipment of
:ockery^Glassware
P US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANY-
FG IN THAT LINE.      OUR   PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
Owing   to   tii"   recent   promotion oi
Cashier  J,  Stew irl   of th i ri  P.   Et.,
;,, Victoria, a n imbei      i h mg s have
:.:,.   in  th    local ofifces.    !���'.
wharfinger   tor   tl
e\ P, X.. ���     ::       '������'' '���    ���'"''���   ���
die E,  E. Goal     3ucc teds  Mr,   Kr-
i ,] ��� as  wh ti Fit
Ith   tout
New six-
tor $2,600;
Hyde, next
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,    , leare 1 and In fruit,
:   b   i        B ['gain
;.;;,,.  to  suit.     \      tl   &
Gull lion
hob
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e mti rlo,
was    a
of Irving
ADAMS .y DMS*
^t Site for Residences in the City
for the |
tei return i -
within    the    ni s  ,
P8"'   Queen's*Avenue, Letween Second and T
" lane  in  rear.    $2.00C;   1-3 cash, bal   8&1
l"N ite Orphanage, on car line; road o
    $i,ooo:
S" ��� ie, as thev will not  be long oa i ��   :
'clEOD, MARK &
Joseph  Hora. of EClngsti ii.
who is visiting on the coasl
guesl   Tuesday   in  this  i'i'-
',,,.,.. i ssee of the New Westm.nsti
opera   house,     lle'wiil  leave
east today, but expects
New  Westminsle
tew months and locate here.
For all binds of cut flowers and potted plants, see Tidy, tbe florist.
The Rev.  Dr. Crafts, head     '   h
i,,,,,.national Reform bureau, will arrive m  the city today and  will ad-
dresa B  public meeting this even'ng
ln   the   Queen's
church
Morals, b
accomp
re-open
TUESDAY, Sept. 17 |
Gymnasium and Y. M. C. A. |f
ri building will be ready for use ri
ri   October 1st. &
For Calendar, etc., address:     ri
COLUMBIAN      COLLEGE.       M.
The New Westminster
Hair Dressing Parlor has the only
Vibratory Massage Machine for Ladies in the city. There is nothi.i; ll!:c
It for building tip the flabby muscles
of the face and neck. It. is also excellent for all nervous complaints. ,
Manicuring tor ladies ami get'u
men,    Also scalp treatment   tor  ���>.
disease  and   falling  hair.
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Slreet. Entrance on Sixth Slreet
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for housekeeping. Apply Daily
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| JAPANESE BOY attending day school
wants work with good family. Remuneration $1,00 per week, with
room and board. Apply to R. bb,
P.  O. Box Tela,  city.
FOR SALE���A growing bakery and
confectionery business on Columbia
street. A splendid opportunity for
a man with "small capital. Apply
165 Columbia street. tL
FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
rooms to let in Vancouver, _ir> Hastings St., W. next door to Palace
hotel, Mrs. F. J, Grieve, proprietress.
6-ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth St.,
between Third <��nd Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to be
sold immediately; a bargain at
11800, half cash. Apply McQuarrie
&. Co.,  Front  St.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively in timber. Have large aud small
tracts on water. If you wish tc
buy or sell, see me. ^C. Ft. Chandler,
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
LOST��� Tusk-shaped pearl stick pin.
gold mounted. Suitable reward,
Return to ll. B. Cochran; care of
W. .1.  Kerr.
At the
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Avenu'; Methodist i
the subject "Markets,
Missions." lie will be
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ll8, church this afternoon, taking :���:
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Women too,"
Fruit  and  poultry   farm   rr.   Surre .
I-v��� noli- from   New    Westminster,
ise and well; 16 acres < i   ired
Alder     butnm.      Pric
Easj payments. White
good hot
balance  part
$23 per acre.
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v-.y yVestminster.
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Shooting season opens on Monday, and accidents are common every year, but the wise
sportsman will take out an accident policy
to protect himself against   any mishap.
I will write you a policy for any length of
time, from a day to a year,
A. W. IVIcLEOD, General Insurance Broker
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OISTRICT OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. P.Thompson, of New Westminster, B. C.
ciuiser, intend le? apply for special
timber licenses over the following
described lands:
1. Commencing at a post set on
tiie south bank of Cypress Creek
about three and a half miles west
trom Silver Creek, which rune into
Harrison Lake; thence north eighty
cliains, west eighty clnains, south
eighty chains, and east eighty chains
to  point  of commencement.
.1. P. THO.MPS.JN.
2, Commencing at a post set on
the south bank of Cypress Creek
about three and a half miles west
from Silver Creek, which runs into
Harrison Lake; thence west eighty
chains, south forty chains, east one
hundred and sixty chains, north forty
chains, and west eighty chains to
point  of commencement.
.1. P. THOMPSON.
2. ("ommencing at a jiost set on the
railway lielt line distant about six
miles north of the north shore of Harrison Lake; thence west eighty
chains, south eighty chains, .east
eighty chains, and north eighty chains
to polnl   of  commencement.
.1. P. THOMPSON.
New  Westminster, B.C.,
August   16th',  1907.
BIG MINING BOOM
ON GROUP OF ISLES
Experts and Investors Return From Queen Charlotte Islands.
MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
ehe Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the twenty-seventh day of September, for the conveyance of His
Majesty's mails, on a proposed contract ior four years, twice per wee':
each way, between N'ew Westminst ���'
and Strawberry Hill (Proposed Post
Office on Scott Roadi, during the
Postmaster Geijeral's pleasure,
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen inl
blank forms of tender may be obtained at the Post Offices of New W.-ri-
minster and from Mr. Robt. G. Lee,
Scott road, and at the office of the
Post Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office,
Vancouver. B. C, Aug. 10, 1907.
JOHN  R.  GREENFIELj,
Post Office Inspi? ""tor
Tenders���Burnaby Municipality
Tenders fire called for clearing and
grading Tenth avenue (inter municipal) from Fourteenth street to
Twentieth street, in four sections of
ten  chains each.
Specifications can be seen at the
Municipal ball or on the proposed
work.
Tenders to be delivered at the hall
before five in the afternoon on Friday, August 30, 1907.
11. G. "WALKER, C.M.C.
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophore> and Records
General  Repairing.
Vancouver, Aug. 28���A mining boom
that will in al. probability eclipse
anytbing known in the history of the
British Columbia coast, has started
in the Queen Charlotte group of islands. The last steamer down from
the nortii brought a number of mining men, investors and experts, who
have been spending the summer in
the north, and all are of the same.
opinion regarding the extent and
richness of the recent finds reported
from Queen Charlotte. Gold, siive'-,
copper and coal have all been located,
and in most cases not only in paying
quantities, but in such vast deposits
as to leave no doubt but that the
group will soon take its place as the
richest section of the northern country. As one enthusiastic mining man
pul it this morning: "It appears to be
impossible to draw a blank. There is
not a claim but is worth attention,
and promises to pay for development."
D. K. Young, the well known mining expert, who has been identified
with the development of various interior points of the province for many
years, was one of the number who
landed here for a few hours on his
way down from the islands, he stated that in all his experience he had
never before seen such magnificent
showings as those which he had been
looking over at the Queen Charlotte
group.
"If I know the signs of a mining
boom, and know anything of what it
takes to make one, the people of the
coast will wake up shortly to find the
biggest thing of this kind that ha;
been known since the old mining
days, fairly well und:jr way before the
outside world has become aware of
the state of affairs.
"The coal fields are looking quite
as weil as the other properties. At
one point there is a seam of anthracite coal at least eight feet wide, and
only half a mile from the salt water.
This is the highest quality of hard
anthracite, and will be in shape to
begin shipping by the first of the year,
giving for the first time the assurance of a plentiful supply of this class
of coal for the coast. The same company owns a seam of bituminous coal,
located about one and one-half miles
back from salt water on the Skidi-
gate harbor.
Good Investments
in
Choice Acreage
- AND
Handsome Homes
Our List is the largest, most complete and up-to-date in this dty,
SECOND-HAND   STORE
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Ranges, Stoves and all  kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and Front Sts.      Phone 275
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
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Ladies'Gold Watches  from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00
Genllemens Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Wafth   repairing;    charges   reasonable.
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ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
��s=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
ELEPHANT DESERVES MEDAL
Wheeling. W. Va.. Aug. 28���Racilla,
mother of the famous "Jumbo" and
rim years old, with tbe John Robinson circus, was the means of saving
the life of James Malcolm, a Baltimore & Ohio railroad engineer, who
lives at Morgantown, W. Vo.
Malcolm's train Jumped the track
ma: Morgantown and the locomotive
overturned, burying the engineer beneath a pile of wreckage, which took
lire.
Following thi- wrecked train were
two sections having cn board the circus. These trains were flagged ami
the herd of elephants, njn<, |n numbi i.  were unloaded.
Racilla, with ber ponderous trunk,'
lifted tiie engine moi.ler and part of
Mi'  locomotive from Malcolm.
it was impossible in obtain wrecking'tools, ami the trainmen were unable to nn the wreck. Racilla's work
a.i :i Malcolm from burning to el 'inb.
1 Lot 6?>xl32 It., S. \i, of 8, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 0 months.
4 lots between Fourth avenue ami
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 25 ami
30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half cash, half six months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
splendid  investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;   price $650.
160 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,
la acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
| and lean too 10x22; barn 30x32 and
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged >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 9, $1000 each.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property is only y2 mile from
tram line Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
160 acres, less 3% tor new railway,
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,
'under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
to  acres under-drained,    ditched  all
round and fenced around and through
centre;    5 room house;    barn 40x75,
sufficient  feed for about  300 head  of
stock.    Price $8000;  terms one-third
; cash, bal. to suit purchaser.   One mile
; from station on new car line.
Lot 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street;  full size $1600.
160 ACRES about two miles from
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
and partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $1760
cash, balance to be arranged.
134 ACRES, Blocl; 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.
Lot S; south side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half  cash.
2 LOTS, 132x132, N.-W. corner of
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
1 LOT, full size, Block 59, Lot 8,
Sub. 9; partly cleared. $2G0, or $150
cash.
Full sizeel Lot on Ith St. at the end |    6 ACRES ge i
of  Regina  St.,  between  5th  and 6th j Lot   16,   coin. ,   yJ
avenues, west ^ide of 4th St.    Price   and   Brunette   road,   soul
roomed housi trior dl
kitchen and tl edrooa
ed;  conservato      o ur .1
heated by pipi -. well; sj
15   bearing ft i i trees-
stock ready I ��� i out;
5 acres clean.:, light tin
malnlng acre ., D(.
from school.    P i  $300o|
bal. in 6 months at 7 per]
1  Lot  88x1 12, lib a
$800  cash.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Ird
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
$400;  half cash.
4 Lots 88x132 each, Ith avenue,
13th street.    $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES on 1 lot, Keary Street,
Sapperton; 5 rooms and kitchen, wood
shed and 4 rooms, kitchen and wood
shed. $1000 each, one-third cash, balance easy.
77.58 ACRES, black loam land, all
ploughed and cleared and dyked; N.
E. Vt Sect. 5. $75 per acre, one-third
cash, one-third 3 months, one-third 6
months. 3 LOTS,    5, 6 & 7,     |
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing 8th Avenue,, cleared, upper side of 5th [
4  lots cleared,  small house,  chicken  tween 1st and 2i
house, 175 chickens; fenced. Inclusive  each,
price $1500, $1000 cash. 4 L/0TSj _ ]( j
Three ful sized Iots on Fifth avenue, i 6th Avenue on south side!
north side between First and Sec<fnd  37 & $8, toll s^e.   Price !
streets,  No.  5,  8  and  7.    Price  $400  four, or $300 each; half ca
each or $1100 for the three. i.    ., .
Double    tenement  housi
Full sized lot, north  side of Ham-  1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot
_. ,   . c- .j.       , .^- h.u  ��-asli half and half in o md
llton street between Sixth and Eighth Rent6 for $1��� each tenanJ
streets; $225.
40 acres ^section 14, i
of Tn. 2, about 2 miles froi
Haworth road, Surrey;
1-Vfc storey house, :; roams!
other 3 can be added tips
shack; Hi acres cleared!
ivith clover, reel; fairly
5th and  One   mile  from shingle
28 acres on Mara road, Burnaby,
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 7 '"<.
2 lots on Sth St. between
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x $1,200;.   terns half cash|
132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for months at 7 ri
both, half cash, balance easy. ^'IL^o.'1 '''.. N\'L.i
and  8th  St.   Price $.10o0|
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.
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DYNAMITE   EXPLODES
FOUR MEN ARE KILLED
Kenora, om.. Aug. 28���The encampment at Canyon lake was tho
scene nf a disastrous accident .'.ester-
day. While drilling rock for tracking. Dan Flinn. wiih his three ass.it-
ants belonging to Parson's camp No.
5, were blown to pieces, doubtless
through the charg. being exploded by
a spar caused by Injudicious handling
of explosives. Fortunately, . other
workmen wer" in shelter, otherwise
they would bave ul] been destroyed,
as the charge was heavy and was
felt a great distance away. The
names (if (he killed are: D. Flinn, a
native of Ottawa: Andre Rntoric. an
Austrian: A. Patrie. an Italian, and
Nana Neka. an Indian. The r; mains
of the bodies were collected and
broughl into town, and an inquest will
be held on Thursday. Flinn was well
known about the construction  works.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue anl
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five Iris, $400. Call at our office, on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
18,000  ( EMPRESS  OF BRITAIN ) 14,500
H. Power 1 EMPRESS OF IRELAND /     TONS
Particularly   low   rates     from    the
Old   Country. Reservations   made
lure for all sailings.
Empress of Britain    July  26th.
For particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C, P. R, Agent.
Hotel  Guests.
Windsor���E. E. Milne, Mount Lehman; D. A. Currel, chiiliwack: Miss
M. Karstedt, Langley! .1. S. Affleck,
Penticton; J, S. Courtney, Winnipeg;
L, Mowell, ChilliwaeK; A. ,1. Morris,
Vancouver:  R. Johnston, Nlcomen,
Colonial���P. M. Li Maistre, Toronto; (J. W. Campbell; L ll. Briggs,
Vancouver;  R Row." and wife, Seat-
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
120 acres, E 1-4, section 25, township 9, Maple Ridge, 1 barn 70x78 ft.,
1 harn 38x70 ft., 6-room house, all
nearly new; 70 acres cleared, 50 acres
under cultivation; balance as pasture,,
easily cleared, 2 acres of orchard; '
good rich bottom land; 2 good wells
and creek; $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,
balance easy.
V-k,   storey   house,   10   rooms,   also j
modern    improvements;   lot   66x132;
lane at back; part of lot set out with I
fruit   trees    and    nice    lawn.   Price j
$2,750. $1,500 cash,  balance 0 and  12
months at 7 per cent.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Nos. 81 to SO and 95, 95 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and  rig;  $1500 cash.
1 1-2 house, 6 rooms and flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent. Size of lot 55x165.
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acreage is selling fast at this .price.
No. 308.���S-roomed House,  with bath
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   \k
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance
3 and 6 months nt 7 </r.
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Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Roy- j
al Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 ]eer acre
Two lots on 18th street, between 7th and  Sth avenues.
balanc* at 7
;eer annun
2 houses  corner of    Merrival    and '���
Agnes;   full  sized  lot;    city  biock 31,
lot 11;    one house rents for $25, the
Westerly 4, 11  of 63, S|
132x132  corner 100 feet l
houses drawing $28 pen
$5,000, half cast, balane.|
months.
160 S.E. ri
10 acres.partly cleared; K|
running through; zooi roi
north of Webster's corn*
mill and P.O. at the west J
,ber worth $7 per acre; eel
: 4 miles from Part Hal
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash,|
ranged.
Large lot and two cottj
j lumbia street, Sapperton,
I at $10 each.
One and cne-half stored
full   size   lot,   situated no|
other $10;   flush   closets  and   ail cou-   Koyal avenue and corner
nected with sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balance in 6, 12 and IS
months at 7 %.
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 6 of 4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
street;  9 rooms; bath rooi
cold water, closet; woods!
bearig   fruit trees;   street|
sides;   fine view.   Price
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., betwj
and 3rd Ave., second lot frl
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all eli
alongside nnd  back.    Pril
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits ha]f cash, halance easy ati
$60 each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on
enquiry.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2'cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
150 acres improved lanq
and sheds complete, near
all  under cultivation, $15,0|
can  handle  this, don't
2 lots, 20, 21; No. 2". *f
(corner)   $175.    Durham
streets.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a eummmanelin
situation; Third avenue, at foot of bargain; terms can be arn
Fifth street. Two ancl one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot
66x132, with lane in rear;  part of lot : special price will be made
set out with fruit trees.   Price $2,750.  chaser.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
HouBe
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30-per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
tsrFor  the  above
four
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commtir,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
10x42, 4th,  St.,
and 5th Ave.;    2 Blngle an
bedrooms    upstairs,   and
down stairs; parlor dining
chen and pantry.
ning back to Ash E
$1,500 cash, balance'
at 7 lier cent.
Full BlH
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TIMBER NOTICES.
ner of Timber License 11,309. thence   ner of Timber License 11,509, thence
  south  40  chains,    thence    east  160  aorth  80  chains,    thence    west    80
TAKE    NOTICE    that   Henry   M.   chains, thence north 40 chains, thence   chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
O'Connor of New  Westminster,  B.C.   west 160 chains    to  ;>oint of    corn-
occupation timber cruiser, intends t)   mencement, and containing 640 acres
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOME-
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
apply for special timber licenses over   more or less.
the   following   described   lands,   situ- H. M. O'CONNOR,
ated  in  vicinity of Draney  and  Riv-       August 23, 1907.
ers   Inlets,   New   Westminster   Land       n. Commencing  at  a  post  planted
District, Coast District Range 2. SO chains west of Uie southwest cor-
1. Commencing at a post planted at ner of Timber License 11,509,
the southwest corner of Timber Li- j thence south SO chains, thence west
cense  11,508, thence west 40 chains, ', 80  chains,    thence  north  80  chains,
east 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing G40 acres more
or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
27. Commencing at a post plauted
240 chains west of the southwest corner of Timber License 11,509, theuce
north 80 chains, thence east 80
cliains, thence south SO chains, theuce
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole fcead of a family,  thence north  80 chains, thence east I thence east    80  chains    to  point of  west 80 chains to point of commence-
or any male over 18 years ot   age, to   120  chains,  thence  south  40  chains,, commencement,   and  containing   640 j ment, and containing 640 acres more
! the extent of   one-quarter   section of   thence  west 80 chains-  thence south  acres more 0r les"'
160 acres, more or less.
En.ry must be made personally at
i the local land office tor the district in
40 chains to point of commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
or less.
H. M. O'GONNO...     I . H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907. August 23, 1907.
15. Commencing at a post planted ;    2S- Commencing at a post planted
SO chains west and 40 chains south   leo chains north and 80 chaius east
which the land is situate. 2. Commencing  at  a   post  planted ' of  the  southwest  corner  of  Timber ; of  the northwest  corner  of   Timber
The homesteader is required to per-  40 chains west of the southwest cor-   License 11,509, thence south 40 chains   License 11,508, thence north SO cliains
form the conditions connected there- i ner ot Timber License 11,508, thence   thence east 160 chains, thence north   thence  east 80 chains, thence south
with under one ot tHe following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
faille", is deceaseel), of the homesteader i "sides upon a farm in the vicinity
n. :.he land entered for,  the   require-
east 80 chains, thence south 80 chains  f0 chaius, thence west 160 chains to
thence  west 80  chains,  thence  north   D��lnt   ot   commencement,   and     con
taining 610 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August  23,  1907.
iu. Commencing at a post planted
80 chains  west and SO chains south   ltW chains north and 80 chains east
... Commencing  at   a   post   planteei I of  the  southwest  corner  of   Timber  ot the  northwest  corner of    Timber
40 chains west of the southwest cor- \ License    11,509,     thence    south    80   License 11,508, thence south 10 chains
thence east 120 chains,  thence  north
80 cliains to point of commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or
less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
80 chains, thence west SO chains to
point ot commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23,  1907.
29. Commencing   at a  post,   plauted
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nents as to residence may be satisfied
i-'   such    person   residing   with  the i ner of Timber License 11,508, theuce ' chains, thence east SO chains, thence
south  80  chains,    thence    west    SO! north 80   chains,     thence    west    80   S() chains,    thence    wesi  40  chains,
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence ' chains  to   point of    commencement,   thence south  40 chains, thence west
I and    containing   640 acres  more or  80 chains te) point of commencement,
ment, and containing 640  acres more e 'ess'
or  less. H. M. O'CONNOR.
H. M. O'CONNOR. August 23.  1907.
August 23, 1907. 17. Conimencing at   a  post,  planted
4. Commencing  at   a   post   planted   .�� chains  west  and  so chains  south
40 chains west of the southwest cor- i ot the  southwest corner of    Timber
father or mothe
i  i    L" the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land own- i eJit N0 chains to lMlnl oi commence
eel by him in the vicinity of his home
stead, the requirements as to resilience may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
at given to the   Commissioner of Do-
and    containing    640    acres more or
less.
H. Bl O'CONNOR.
August  23,  1:107.
30. Conimencing at a lxist planted
120 chains nerth and 40 chains east
| minion Lands at Ottawa of intention j ner ofTimber  License  11,508,  thence | License    11,509,    thence    south     80]
nort.i    80    chains,    thence  west  80 1 chains, thence west SO chains, thence
to apply for patent.
Coal
of  the   northwest  corner  of  Timber
License 11,508, thence south 40 chains
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lands may be purchased at $10   '-"ams, tmence soutn su cnains, tnence | ��� 4) chains   thence  west  ifio cinlnn tn
i per acre for soft coal and $20 for an-  ^Bt 80 chains to point of commence- ! <�� point ot commencement, and con- : ��� .......,,
thracite.      Not more than   320 acres! ment, and containing 640 acres more | taining 010 acres more or less,
can be acquired by one individual of or less-
��� company.    Royalty at the rate of ten
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be |     August
collected on the gross output.
W. W, CORY,
Deputy ol Uie Minister of the Interior.
\. B.���Unauthorized   publication of
hla   advertisement    will not be paid
for.
1907
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres.more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
111. Commencing from a post plant-
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
IS. Commencing  at  a   post planted
',   Cnm man fine,   nr  a   nemr   nVintee. i 160 chains west and 80 chains south
eee: ,j        ���    , ���    ^S �� th, ._���.������... c ., ���e   �����,��. ����.f ���������'�����* ��*>*��
\ co���. ���,    T������_..   u���,    ���,,..,,! ue-. W**--:no���� M. ���� ,,,   ^�� '     * "' te��
'thence  west  40 chains, thence  south 'thence  west  SO  chains,  thence  south.       	
I 80   chains,    thence    west   40   chains,]80 chains, thence   east   80   chains   to
! thence south  40  chains,  thence east j l)oint   ot  commencement,   and
' 80 chains, thence north 120 chains to i tainin
cein-
640
. ��� i lioint of commencement, ahd contain-
In the  Matter   of   the "Trustees   and j ing 640 acres more or less.
Executors Act." and in the Matter ; H. M. O'CONNOR.
of the Estate of Augustus William       August 23, 1907.
H.
O'CONNOR.
I.i07
August 23,
19. Commencing at a post planted
160 chains west and SO chains south
6. Conimencing   at   a   post  planted, of   the   southwesi   corner of Timber
160 chains north of    the    northwest I License 11,509, thence south 80 chains
Lundbom, Deceased.
All persons having any claims or de
mand's against the estate of Augustus   corner   of    Timber    License   11,508, j thence west 80 chains, thence north
Wiuiam Lundbom late of Surrey Cen-J thence east 80 chains,  thence south  80 chains,    thence east So chains to
tre,  British  Columbia,  deceased,   are j 40   chains,    thence    west  40 chains, jjiolnt of commencement, and contain-
hereby  requled  to  file  with  the un-j thence south 80 chains, thence west j ing 640 acres more or less.
dersigned their names and addresses   40 ciiains, tbence north $20 chains to j H. M. O'CONNOR.
and full particulars   of their   claims,   ,loiul  ol-    commencement,  and   con- 1     August 23, 1907.
and the  nature of the 'securities (if | tainlng 640 acres more or less. 20. Commencing at a post planted
H. M. O'CONNOR.    | 240 chains west and SO chains south
August 23, 1907. j of   the  southwest   corner   of   Timber
7. Commencing at a post planted ! License 11,509, thence nortii 80 chains
160 chains north of the northwest j thence west SO chains, thence south
corner of Timber License 11,508, 80 chains, thence east SO cliains to
thence north 80 chains, thence west'point of commencement, and contain-
so chains, thence south SO chains, lng 640 acres more or less,
thence east    80 chains    to point of H. M. O'CONNOR,
commencement,   and     containing  640      August 23, 1907.
acres more or less. '���    21. Commencing at  a post planted \ a]oni,  H,u)1.e  t()  ..()jnt   0|-  o0mmenoe.
, H. M. O'CONNOR.       240 chains  west and  so chains south t       d contalnlng 640 aerOT moro
;::";",';;<;;iz;ztz::^. ***��.���< \��u-southwest^nj.ieSa.
s. Commencing at  a  post   planted License 11,509, thence south 80 chains H. M. O'CONNOR.
ufv   1907     '"16��  rl,alns  north  t,f   ,he  northwest j thence west 80 chains, thence north      Atu;ust 23, 1907.
corner of    Timber    License    11,508, ] SO chains, thence east 80 chains to] _
any) held by them, duly verified, on
or before the 31st day of August,
1907.
Notice is hereby given that after the
said date the executors will proceed to
distribute the said estate amongst the
parties entitled thereto, having regard
only to the claims ot which they shall
then have had notice, .and they will
not be liable tor the proceeds of the
estate, or any part thereof,
south 91 chains more or less to shore
of West Arm of Draney's Inlet;
thence southwesterly along shore to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less,
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23,  1907.
32. Commencing from a post, planted at the northeast corner of Timi er
License 11,509, thence south 40 chains
thence west so cbains, thence south
lu chains, thence east 12 1 chains,
thence north so chains more or 1 !fl8
to shore of West Arm of Draney's inlet; thence westerly along shore to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H. jM. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
33, Commencing trom a post planted 40 chains east of the northeast
corner of Timber License 11,609,
thence south Sil chains, thence east
80 chains, thence north 80 chains,
more or less, to shore of West Arm
of   Drainey's   Inlet;   thence  westerly
so    dis
tribution thereof. ���
Dated this 24th day of duly. ll-'V
! Solicitor tor John M
Churchland, exei
estate.
itors
F'cKenzie'and John.1, thence north so chains, thence east I point of commencement, and contain-,    Rg goulh Weft (in,i,,.p..   );  Si||j<m
of   above   sn  chains,    thence  south  SO   cnains, j ing 640 acres more or less.    ^ , 2g   Townshi[, 1G|  New    Westminster
thence  west    80 chains    to  point of H. M. O'CONNOR.      District���All  that  part of  the  South
    commencement,   and  containing   040      August 23. 1907. East Quarter of said Section lying to
acres more or less. |    22. Commencing at  a  post planted  tne xorth and West of Lot 47, Group
H. M. O'CONNOR.       145 chains east and 20 chains south  j. amj an that part of the North East
August 23, 1907. ! of the south end of Goose Bay in Riv-   Quarter of said Section lying  to the
9, Commencing   at   a  post   planted  ers Inlet,    thence    north SO  chains,  west of Lot 356, Gioup 2.
LAND REGISTRY  ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register Margaret Rob-
Simp.le, under
��Tax sSeDeed ^ror^. ThTHorpora-   240  chains  north  of    the  northwest   thence west SO chains, thence south lKm  REG|STRY ACT,
Hon ot the Township  or  District  ofl corner of    Timber     License    11,508,   SO chains,  thence east  80 chains toi    A   Certifloate  o��   lndefeasi,ie  Title
sum'.-   to Margarel Robson, bearing! thence north so chains, theifbe west|point ot commencement, and contain^ jt��) ^ aboye property wm be iBBUed to
date the 7th day of November, A D., j 80   chains,    thence   south   80   chains,
I'liel   i.f  all and  singular  that certain   thence east SO chains to point of coni-
tracl  of laml and premises ! mencement, anil containing 640 acres
parcel or
situate, lying and being in the Districtrmore or le
of New Westminster, in the Province
0f British Columbia, more particularly      August
known and described as lot 7, subdivision <if Northwest quarter of Section
19, Township 2.
You :r.i.l each of you are required
, , contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from
,,���, ante ..f the first publication of
this notice upon you. otherwise I shall
r ster   Margaret  Robson,  as  owner
j thereof in tee. And I hereby direct
,,,.,, publication tor thirty days in a
daily newspaper published at New
Westminster of this notice will be
sufficient service thereof
290 chains north and 80 ciiains west
,.   ..  ,     ,      :   1; servi.- i.e ��� Ot   ihe   northwest  corner   of   Timber
Dated at the Land Registry Office,  License 11.5os.thence south SO chains,
' nster, Province of British   thence  west 80  chains,  thence  north
ISth day of July, A.D.,! 80 cliains.    thence east 80 chains to
1 point  of  commencement,   and    con-
C. S. KEITH,        , taining 640 acres more or less.
District Registrar. - H. M. .O'CONNOR.
To Fredrick Throssell and H. Burton.      August 23, 1907.
All persons served with this notice,
ing 640 acres more or less.       . 1 1Uu.gl.eta jensen, on the 19th day of
H. M. O'CONNOR.      August, 1907, unless in the meantime
August 23, 1907. a  valid objection  thereto is   made  to
2:',. Commencing at a post planted  ..... u_ wrlting bv a lierS0n or persons
145 chatns east and 20 chains south :vc],,jmlng an esiate or Interest therein,
of the south end of Goose Bay in Riv-   m. j��� anv ,,;ll-t thereof.
ers  Inlet,    thence ' south SO chains,, c   ^ KE1TH|
District Registrar of Tildes.
so  chains, tbence  east  SO  chain., to  Und Registry ottlce,
point of commencement, ancl contain-      Xew   Westminster,   B.   C, July   18,
ing 040 acres more or less. y^tl-
H. M. O'CONNOR. Tlle   1)erson   or   I)ers0ns   having   in
August 23. 1907. their  custody "or possession  the  fol-
24. Commencing  at  a post planted ', lowing Title Deeds relating to the s ii.1
65 chains east and 20 chains south ot  property are requested to deliver the
the south end of Goose Ray in Rivers   same to the undersigned.
Inlet, thence south 64 chains, thence      Conveyance  dated  9th  May,    1894,
west  100   chains,    thence    north  64  from Thomas Graves Gregson to Bliz-
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
1907,
10. Commencing at a post planted  ���-  -��� n,0_���- n..i..i.v
, thence west SO   chains,  thence  noitli
���rilu  cliains  north  of    the  northwest
corner of Timber License 11,508,'
tbence north 80 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence south SO chains,
thence west so 1 hains to point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
H.  -M. O'CONNOR.
August 23. 1907.
11. Commencing at a post planted
New Westnu
Columbia, this
1907.
I chains,    thence  east    100  chains to abeth  McGregor
point of commencement, and containing 640 acre3 more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23. 1907.
25. Commencing at a post planted
65 chains east, and 20 chains south of
the south end of Goose Bay in Rivers
A.   WHEALLER,
42 Lorne Street,
New Westminster,  B.C.,
Solicitor for Applicant.
"The Milwaukee"
12. Commencing at a  post  planted
Inlet, thence west 100 cliains, thence  ���The pione��r Limited" St Paul to
north SO chains, thence east 30 chains      Chicago,  "Short Line"  Omaha to
, a those claiming through or underU90 0��aira north and SO chains west more or leSS t0 shore of ao03e Bay; Chicago, "South West Limited"
them, and all persons claiming any j of Um> n()1,thWest corner of Timber, thence southerly, easterly aud north- Kansas City to Chicago.
[pterest In the said land by virtue of ��,_cense 1l.50S,t.ience north 80 chains, e east���rly ;iroUnd shore of bay to a N0 trains in the service on any
���nJ unregistered instrument, and aU thence west SO chains, theuce south; point no,.th of post; thence south SO railroad in the world that equal in
. r30ns claiming any interest In the S)) ch.lins thence east SO chains to chalns more or less, to point of.com- equipment that jj>f the Chicago, JM
;|   iand by  descent,  whose title is   ^m   of    commencement,   and   con- ' """	
I not registered under the provisions of  ta)n[ng g4Q Bcrefl more 0I, les9>
I,he "Land Registry Act," shall be for- R   M   O'CONNOR.
,���,, r estopped and debarred from set- ^        ^
tlng up anv claim to or In respect of
the
?aid land so sold for taxes as pro-
mencement, ancl containing 640 acres   waukee  &  St.  Paul  Railway.     They
own and operate their own sleeping
more or less. ,������^a       *nd dining cars on alll their trains and
H. M. O CONNOR.      give  thei-   patrons  an  excellence of
August 23, 1907. service not obtainable elsewhere.
26. Commencing at a post planteei H_ g ROWE. General Agent
vlde(j by the "Land Registry Act."
13. Conimencing at  a  post  planted I
SO chains wt3t of the southwest cor-   240 chains west of the southwest cor-   ,34 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or. PAGE  BIGHT
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Fine Suburban HOME
8 a, res nearly all cleared, fine rich soil for gardening; nice comfortable house; good orchard and small fruits; close to two subur-
ban cai   Ines;   1000 feet of waterfrontage; ideal heme.   Worth $8000
Price       -       -       $5500
Ol  j  tl,  cash, balance $500 per year.
MINISTERS WANT THE LID
CLAPPED ON IN LEWIS CO.
rther western  joints on their honey-
....    Mr. ahd Mrs. Diffenhach will
���   ;'..)...   to  their friends at  their
De��   residence   on   Keary   street   the
it   : September.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B.  C.    g��
$1,OOQ
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will boy iGO acres in Maple Ridge municipality, H'e don't mean $1000 for the] first
payment, but $1000 ALL TOLD.
You can double your money on this inside of 6 months.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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School Opening
THIS WEEK we are busy making it interesting
for the School Children, with opening up
Supplies I
Chehalis. A.j?. 28���A meeting ha-
��� ��� i held at the Methodist church in
this city, the purpose of which ���wa-
to apply the iid In Lewi.- county. A
larg' delegation waa present from wb
ovei ih*.- county, C'entiaiia and Che-
���y.:i,\ the l.est represented.
Mosl f the rninifcters were presen-
and large delegations of the W. C. T
U. vere also or. hand. It was decide!
io have all present SO home and acri
(rifct- -,,e:n:m'. letters to County .v-
torne..' M. A. rianghorne, asking hin.
���e enforce tae =tate la-.v in so far as
"  affectt *��!e.<rijs ataJ gambling.
'���' Itions ;>repar<rd have been circa.-.
Iated unl generously signed by business men and others asking Lang-
home to enforce the law pertaining
particularly to the saloon business.
In Chehalis, ]ietitions to the city
council were also circulateel a.-kin-'
thai bodj to have the laws enforce.:.
Lewis is the only county in Southwestern Washington where the lil
bas not been applied s<e far.
in i hehalia and Centralis the sa-
loons have for a long while been permitted to keep their back and Bide
oon open on Sundays, and. genially sneaking, there has been pretty
good order In the saloons. The;,
have not been any open game.-. -
far as known, although it is suspected that there have been a few
games on the quiet
There is   a  Strong   probability   that
the authorities localy will act on the
I suggestions   hnd    that   rit    an
- date   the   business   houses     will     he
generally  closed   Sundays.      If    the
. local officers dre not  net, the Sunday
j closers will  probably  bring the state
I attorney   of   the   Anti-Saloon     league
into use here.
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: deaths in .New York, were tracable to
J the drink habit.
Boys at the Bar.
Tht  lii|iieir traffic  was either  right
: or it  was wrong.    Apparently it was
! a nsidered to be right by the admin-
fistration  of  New   Westminster.   Here
I they  were  allowing boys of 18  years
j and older to frequent the bars, while ,
i on tb*�� other side of the line the age '
w;-   21   years  and  older.    Seemln^.-;.- i
��� thin was done to help the saloon peo- ',
1 ple to pay their heavy licenses. Con- |
siderlng   the   evils   strickly   from     a i
poinl   of law,  the speaker held  that
; anything that struck against the moral
religious  anil   educational   welfare   of
the people wns wrong.   He considered  that   liars  and   red  light   districts
opposed the very object of law.
Evils and Crimes.
In  dealing   with   this   phase  Of   the
Bubject   Dr.  Tufts  quoted    copiously
: from  Blackstone, the noted authority
on law, to show thai it was not with-?
'. in  the power of  legislatures to  bar- j
I gain   away   the public    health    and
morals, nnd that as the social evil an I j
the  saloon  were opposed to the pub- !
lie   good,   tbey   should   be  classed   in i
the ii:-t   of evils  and dealt with    asl
crinn
Dr, Tufts was heartily applauded at
| various Kt.ages throughout his address
i and when he had finisheel he was
tendered a vote .-if thanks on motion
| ol the Rev. W. H. Barraclough. Mr.
I Barraclough commended Ur. Tufts for
the excellent manner In which he had
; handle I bia buuj< ct.
Collection  Taken Up.
A collection was taken in support of
the  work  which   in. Tufts and    hia
associations   are    conducting,    afti
which the meeting dispersed,
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MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Sh
Our  Scribblers   and   Exercise   Books  are
Fine
;
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
���I. ii. Dleffenbach, oookkeepei at
the Fraser River Saw Mills, Ltd., has
returned from the middle States accompanied by his bride, They were
married in Knoxvllle, Iowa, about a
month ago, Binoe which time they
have been travelling through Wyoming, touching at the Yellowstone N'o-
| tional   Park,   Nevada.  California   ahel
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Street
**********
ij Electric Railway Service
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
stations will  run  every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
i>. m.
Cars leavo the depot every
twenty initiates for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:     Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 0:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 0:30
a. ni.
Sunday Service naiT-nourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
HOME
Near Central Park..
5 acres fronting on tram line and  adjoining    station;     good    house
and new barn.      This is undoubtedly  the  best    property    for   the
money  between  Vancouver  and   New  Westminster.
Price     $4,300;   terms
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You may not want to buy just now, but I
does not matter. We want you to see what wel
showing. That the goods which you may neetl]
on are here we feel confident.
We are showing a large range oi  P|{)jfl [|J
Fancy Tweeds, Henriettas, Homespuns, Se]
CheCkS, id, for women's and children's wear.
NEW STRIPED AND PLAU
COATINGS and CRAVENET]
for long or short coats.
NEW COATS AND SKIR1
In the New Store
We have moved our Ready-to-Wear Dejj
ment into the new portion of our store. We 1
not become entirely settled as yet, but are shoii
all the new styles in Women's and Children's C<|
Skirts, Blouses, Golf Jackets, etc.
New Goods arriving every day.
W.S. COLLISTER &
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
THE WHITE HOU!
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY WE ARE SHOW-]
ING SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Children s Dressi
ONLY A FEW LEFT.      CALL EARLY
AND HAVE THE CHOICE. .
A. i. BIRTCH,    -    275 Columbia Str
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Solid Gold Jewel
Our stock of GOLD Jewelry is the largest ever shown in
J��   minster.    Pearl   Set BROOCHES.  SAFETY  PINS  and  STICK
q   NECKLETS,   CHAINS,   BRACELETS, CUFF LINKS.    It will pa
before  purchasing, to examine our stock of DIAMOND RINGS
in SOLITAIRE and  combinations of other precious stones.   I -
Al.l>.   SAPPHIRE,   RUBY,   OLIVINE, &c.
We also carry Diamond Set BRACELETS,
RINGS, &c.
BROOC
IW. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jewe
>J Agent for the Hamilton Watch.
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BUL1ETIN
Great Northern Railwi
$60
ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
AND RETURN
$61
Tickets on sale Aug. 8,9, 10, Sept. 11, 12, 13 acct. JameBtow i|
Exposition.   Return Limit, Ninety Day's.
Above rpte is from New Westminster;    $G0    from    b''     I
Same rates apply to Duluth; proportionately low rates  ro n
Washington and Oregon  points    Rate to    Chicago:    *'
from New Westminster,  J64.00 from  Spokane,  J71.50        ]
Seattle.    Low rates to Omaha, Kansas CHy, Bt. L��ll,s'
many other eastern points
|      FOR A COMFORTABLE TRIP TAKE THE
"ORIENTAL LIMITED"
Standard and tourist sleepers, dining cars and Conil""j'',|'.je
Observations car.    Meals in dtaing car  on   the   a la
plan.   The "FAST MAIL" is another good train.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. &
W  A. ROSS, Assistant General Pass. Agt., Seattle, '^ ��   '

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