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 fhite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
JFW WESTMINSTER, B.C
es & Co
ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
"'���*,
VOLUME 2, NUMBER 213
>0
NEW WESTMINSTER,B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1907.
*S
10 CENT& '**    "'VEK
COMMITTEES REPORT    FALES BLOCK SOLD
VERY GOOD PROGRESS      TO NEEPAWA MAN
I PRESIDENT TALKS  OF
HURRYING   WARSHIPS
ROGERS  IS UNABLE
TO ATTEND TO BUSINESS
New York, Sept. 12���While no Official announcement will be made by
Secretary  Leob,  it   was reported   at
, Oysier   Bay   tonight   that   the   presi-
Members of R. A.& I. Society Manitoba Capitalist Pays|��fcnt bud .-Mui^ne^ Secretary m
5nmnilk;��,��i;u��oi!fiftAji     |,lle Navy  Metcaif to  discus.- a "pla"
bomethingLike$35,000for for 8tartlng the battle8hlp fleet for
Columbia Street Property. ,he P:icifk'a month earner man was
Discuss Exhibition Details
-Program Not Ready.
plans for the provincial exhibition In consideration of a sum in tbe
toere brought another stage nearer neighborhood of $35,000, tiie Fales
Completion Iast evening at the joint | block, on Columbia Btreet, occuried
.,.-,.,_. of the board of control, the I by W. K- Fales and the li- C. settlers'
���city directors and the committes of association, changed hands yesterday.
TUe R. a   a l  Society, when reports   a Neepawa, Man-, capitalist being the
the ]
_ of
when reports
��� , received from tha various de-
tmenta and plans were laid tor the
fa.,,,,., it was hoped hy the board of
fccntrol that the publishing of the pro-
tram could he proceeded wlfii at
Ince, bui in the absence of final word
(rom Longboat ln answer to MSyor
.;,;,;.. ;. egram asking him to undertake' to appear, the meeting decid-
(1 that the issuing of the program
[would have to he delayed a few days
Bouse! The matter of making final
arrangements with Longboat and
Burns eand getting out the program
Iwas left to a special committee consisting of Secretary W- H- Keary, W.
Gilley. and the members of the
Special features committee.
Those present last evening representing the board or one of the various
committees were W. R- Gilley in the
chair, Mayor Keary, secretary, Rev.
ITS Henderson, A- W- McLeod,-G- D-
Brymner, Nels Nelson. Sheriff Armstrong, John Reid, F. B- Lyle and C-
Welsh,
F- B Lyle reported for the mu.ic
fcommlttee to the effect that all  ar-
ingenients had been made with the
Ibands to furnish music at the pafl;
during the. fair on  each day of the
eek, with the exception of Tuesday
pnd Saturday- The bands engaged
Reported Mr. Lyle were the NewWest-
ninster city hand, the Vancouver Regimental band and bhi Vernon Band-
(Other bands had been written to in-
rlwling the Fairview band, but no re-
bly had been received from the latter
Organization. On motion a grant of
flinn wa= voted to the music commit -
this amount having been asked
for by Mr   Lyle.
R"v .1 S- Henderson, of the la-
posse committee, in a lengthy report
���hid the lacrosse situation before the
fceetlng. He staled that the Ne>
jfi'cstminsler club had held a meeting
Ion Tuesday evening last, and had de-
Bided that the application of f7le San
IMateo lacrosse team could not be en-
Itertained, as the arrangements for the
Itonrnamenl had been complefeTF. As
Ite the Oalllornia team's subsequent
pquesi for a match with the cnamp-
Itlons e.r the tournament, no answer
jfli'ild he given at the present time,
las the committee coukl not contract
Itor any of the other teams in case
Ithe .Vi w Westminster team failed to
I'and tbe top prize.
Mr. Henderson on behalf or his
l��ommittee asked for an extra tfppro-
jprlaion of ri.Vi over the amount already grunted, the extra amouni Doing
ll''":iK ' uecessary for the purpose of
^Pairing he old dressing room and
I;    '' ��� feree and judge of play.
1,11 liJ' ; ���: the committee was, he
: ""l to appoint one referee, giving
jhlm the privilege of choosing his own
I ... these    two   to    bav.'
a ol
[Welsh was
all the matcnes.  He
intended.
The   lilan   as   rirst   arranged  called
I for Uie departure of the sixteen bat-
] tleships   about   Decernoer  17.    Since
| then   the   president    has    I'oK^owed
I closely the Oriental Immigration trou-
; bles  on   the Pacific  coast,  and  uues-
| tioned   Secretary   Straus   particularly
purchase     was     made I on this point two days ago.
an  Investment,  the buyer ���    Reports are constantly coming    in
on to the property ; from- Pacific coast officials, and since
it least before sell- | the Vancouver riots pressure has been
to hasten the departure of the fleet- - -. -���,.
a Neepawa, Man
ihuyer.    The
merely  as
intending to hot
for a few  years
lng, unless he gets a tempting offer in ' brought to beat
the meantime-    *r"
through  by C
agent.
This is thc third time witBTn the
iast twelve months that this Slock
has changed hands, \V. E- /ales selling  to  A-  Hancock, of  Portland
The  deal    was    put
G   Major,  real estate
Boston, Sept- Hi���The suit ot C M
Raymond of Somerville against the
Standard Oil company for $50,000,000 '.
was continued indefinitely in t-feT su- !
preme court today because of the illness of Henry H. Rogers, who, it was
stated by Dr. C. A, Pratt, of New Bed-
lord, would be unable to engage in
business for at least three nionths.
Dr Pratt told tlle cour; that Mr.
Rogers' condition was such a's" to
necessitate his absolute quietness and
rest for some months- He is at Fres- I
ent at his home at Fairhaven- Tt was .
also stated by Dr- Pratt thai Mr.
Rogers' trouble, wa I entirely pliysical
and not mental
I   W    Heck  of   Xew   York,  counsel
for Mr.  Rogers in that city, also tes- '
tlfied that his client had not been able
to  attend   to   any   business   since   he
was taken ill on Julv 20.
CHIEF WATSON GOES    DAIRY INSPECTOR
TO NELSON MONDAY    RETURNS FROM TRIP
Will Take Active Part in j F. M. Logan Finds Farmers
Meeting of Fire-Fighters Taking Keener Interest in
During Fruit Fair. Improved Methods.
Kills Germs in Three Minutes
Columbus, Ohio-, Sept- IP.���The announcement of the discovery of an ar.-
ti-toxin that will kill diphtheria ge-ms
for j in living human organs within the
$21,000. Within twenty-four bouis short space of three minutes has b ' n
Hancock had turned over the block made at the Ohio state university bji
to W. Campbell, of Seattle, for $25,- ; Prof. Blylie, physiological fhennst, 'is
000. Campbell retained possession of the result of an exhaustive technical
the block until yesterday, when the \ and intricate series of tests. The a.iti
papers turning over the property to j toxin was given tests in hospitals ..na
the present owner were finally signed. , private practice before the announcement of its discovery was made, .t
is applied b> infusion and can be
applied in any quantities to the youngest patient-
AIRSHIP TO TRAVEL
AS FAST AS A BULLf-
Milwaukee, Wis-, Sept 13���lt nas
just been made public that Dr. Rudolph Silverston is completing an airship in a Milwaukee factory and that
greal things are expected of it- The
flyer has propellers eight feet in diameter and will, it is expected, send a
ship through the air with the speed
of a rifle bullet, and carry the navigator from this city to Europe in a
few   hours.
The machine will probably be shown
at the state fair this week. A" local
man of great wealth is backing the
enterprise.
The cargo of twenty-two carloads
of hydraulic pipes al present being
loaded on hoard the Halvard will be
taken up as far as Skagway and stored there for the winter, owing to the
difficulty of carrying the big pipes
to Dawson during th" frozen season.
Several more cargoes will be taken
north before Christmas.
JAPANESE  AMBITION
CHECKED   IN   MANCHURIA
Mukden, Sept. 18���For two months
the persistent demands of Japan tor
concessions of forests, mines, fahda
salt, houses and other things desired,
have been stubbornly refused hy the
Chinese viceroy and governor. In consequence of his ill-success, the Japanese consul general has been transferred to another port, the struggle
in that i>ort being abandoned, though
reprisals are threatened- The Chinese
conducted the difficult negotiation?,
with great ability, indicating self-
confidence and an intelligent perception of politica' conditions, national
rights being recognized and .iefehTTed
without fear.
Great progress ha.; been made in
| all departments of the govemmehl
concerning Manchuria-
A strong army is safeguarding ths
future peace of the country-
Fire Chief Wutsun is leaving on
Monday morning for Nelson, where
he will remain lor several days- During the chief's absence from the city,
the captains at each of the fire halls
will be in charge of their separate
departments of the brigade, It not
having been thought necessary to appoint an acting chief.
One of the principal events connected with the fair will be uie meeting in Nelson of the B- C- Associa-
tion of Fire Chiefs and Firemen, of
which Chief Watson will be chiarman. I
New Westminstei, Chiiliwack, Vernon, ,
Kelowna, Kamloops, Sandon, Fernie.
Cranbrook, Kaslo, Revelstoke, Grand
Forks, Phoenix, Greenwood, Nfew
Denver, Rossland, Calgary, Edmonton,
Ritzville, Medical Lake and North-'
port, have signified that representatives will be present, with a large
number of others from neighboring
cities and towns. The Pacific Coast
Association of Fire Chiefs is now in
session at Centralis, Wash., ,aad a
number of those attending    will    be
P. M- Logan, provincial commissioner of dairying and live stock was in
the city last evening on business and
left for Vancouver on a late car- He
has just returned from a dairy inspection trip through the district and
is en route to the island where he
will judge the live stock at the Climax fall fair on Tuesday next- Mr-
Logan's duties have become so arduous that the provincial government
a short time >ago decided to appoint
Dr. Gibbons, of Vancouver, and Dr. A.
Knight, of Victoria, as assitant dairying inspectors. These gentlemen
were already provincial veterinaries
and as their duties take them over a
considerable portion of the province,
it was deemed advisable to authorize
them to make inspections of dairies
as well-
The department, Mr. Logan states,
is now in a position to make more
systematic and frequent visits to the
chief dairying centres and consequently give the farmers better satisfaction    He has found already that the
present at the  inaugural  meeting of   farmers are taking .a keener fhterest
in the dairying department of their
business  and many of them are increasing their herds-
Inspector Logan reportB that a new
was   recently   erected     at
the provincial association. The tournament will be held on tne fair
grounds on Wednesday afternoon,
commencing at 2:30 o'clock. The
championship race, for the cup pre-
creamery
sented by and known as tile trana-' Mission .and has been equipped with
dian Rubber company's trophy, will f_e most modern equipment. Another
be novel and interesting- has likewise been erected at Abbots-
The hub-and-hub race will also take j ford- He visited both of these replace on Wednesday afternoon. FJ?e | cently and found them in splendid
teams, of 12  men, have arranged to   condition-   In Mr- Logan's ffpinion the
The   Most   Speedy Courtship.
Toronto,  Sept.   13���"I  met him  (n
I an ice cream parlor In the morning,
! got  a  marriage license in the after-
: noon,   and   was   married  in TO.  'evening of the same day." This was the
I statement  of  Mrs-  Paul  Rose  Jones
: in the police court when giving evidence with  regard to a case against
her husband,   who  is  charged    with
vagrancy   and   using    insulting    language to women  over the telepno _.e.
The  police officials say that this for
speedy   courtship    beats    everything
ever heard of in Toronto or elsewhe""-.
REAL ESTATE FAILS
FLAT IN WINNIPEG
RICH SILVER STRIKE
i    ON GLACIER CREEK
Thirty - Six   Land   Selling Victoria  Mining   Company
Firms Go Out of Business
In One Week.
Strikes a Bonanza -Development Work Progressing.
be present and more entries are
promised. The famous Ritzville team,
champions of the state of Washington, will be present to compete for
the, championship of the coast. ' The
convention wil] continue on Thursday
morning, in the court house. On
Thursday afternoon the 20,000 club
will entertain 1he delegates. The
meeting will  continue during Ttnirs-
local train from Agassiz to Vancouver which is just being started by
the C- P- R- will prove a boon to the
dairymen of the Agassiz, Dewdney and
Nlcomen districts, by giving tTiem a
daily market for their cream and milk
in the coast cities-
Mr. Logan is pleased with the results of the undertaking on the part
of the B. C. Stock Breeders' associa-
I
on i
a !   the   matches.      C.    A.
uol in favor of naming one
n to refere ���
''���',:i li; " would be well to choose tire
referee
| match
'ie.
rom  non-playerB    as    each
' ""'   on.    John   Reid   oonsid-
I  " I   that
thai members of the committee had
a.n shown much enthusiasm thus Tar,
but some had turned out to a committee meeting recently held and he
was confident that the decoratlBg
would be elone in due time. A- W.
McLeod of the decoration committee
who was present stated that he would
assist in having the decorations arranged.
\ r��porl from the special features
committee was received from Sheriff
Armstrong, who stated that arr.ange-
:.i in - had been partially completed
for three balloon ascensions and a
fool race between Longboat, of Hamilton, Burns of Calgary, .and Chandler
ni   Vancouver.    The report  wae.  ad*
opted.
A. VY- McLeod as a representative
of the Britisli American Live Stock
Insurance association slated that his
ncfpals  were  prepared  to  donate
T.    H-. Smith   arrived     bom
Thursday evening from a trip to Toronto and way points on a purchasing
expedition.   He reports that business
is good  in Ontario, and fhat 'ioront"
especially  is  showing  the effects   it
prosperous times  in  trade expansion
and growth of population-      On    rue
other hand the middle west  is very
j quiet owing to the unsatisfactory -con-
I dition of the wheat  crop-   Mr. Smith
I w.as informed b.v commercial men  In
j Winnipeg  that   they  had   never  seen
their city so dead, a result which was j
I credited to the poor  crop  prospects, |
land   to  over-booming-b.v real    estn-"5 ,
1 men-    Real estate. Mr. Smith reports, |
! has gone  flat  and  he    ".earned    tint j
thirty-six real estate firms went out
of business in one week.   He heard of j
one  transaction in  which    the    pur-   J|<-
chasers of property were preprae'd .o
drop   $70,000   in  order   to   terminate
their   liability.    They  had   purchased
a  piece of land on the outskirts    of
Winnipeg,  paying  $47,000  down,  and
when the second payment came duo,
thev wished to throw up the deal and
Victoria, Sept. 13���Very encouraging news has been received from the
properties of the Portland Canal M n-
ing company, which are situate.! ofl
Glacier creek, on the Portland canal,
considerable bodies of exceedingly
rich silver ore carrying native afH
wire silver having been encountered-
The mining company is a local concern, the stock being owned by Victorians and residents of Duncans-
A- H- Riddesdale, who is one of
the heavy stockholders in the company, and was one of the locators of
the mines, received news yesterday
from one of the employees of the company who had just reached town from
the mines, that a very rich strike had
been made in the tunnel on ��Ee L"t-
tle Joe, one of the company's claims,
stateel that the vein in the face
day and Friday, when the election of! tion to assist the farmers to advertise
officers will be held. Among the sub- | tj,ejr salable thorough-bred cattle-
jects to be discussed are: Roof and j The scheme provides that any breed-
Cellar Fires; A Monthly Journal for j ers wishing to advertise their St-ick
Firemen; Universal Couplings; "Pay J may send the amount the? are pre*
and Hours of Firemen; A Successful | paie(i to expend to Mr. Logan, sec-e.-
Fire Department; Fighting Fire 'in J tary cf the association, and Vne SB*
Smoke; Relief Associations; Motor | sociation will add a Similar amount
Engines; Mine Fires; Firemen's As
sociaHons;e,   Rfrevention     of     Fires;
and the total will be used ln advertising in three newspapers of the pro-
Theatres; Corporations and Fire De-! vlnce.   Airea(jy Mr- Logan has recc-tv-
partments; A New Fire Escape Law,
Mayor Gillett and the city council,:
with President Starkey, will welcome
the visitors- It is expected that a
large gathering will visit Selson to
'Attend the convention and tournament.
ed a good reSuoase Trom the farmers
and more advertisers J��avo promised
to remit shortly.
Mr. Logan visited the fair'- ; t
Everett, Washington, las? week a:8
judged all the live stock there-
I
FULL fl'DOPE CHINK        jFAKVIEW INTERMEDIATES
THREATENS CHILDREN    MEET LOCAL TEAM TODAY
P
landled
Idoubt
ui.etches    could       lee
I ir ill-
led.
by one man,  but be had no
11,11 there would be less finance
I'Ute if (wo men were appoint-
A picked team of New Westminster
of the tunnel was literally encrusted who has liis residence along the Nortii intermediates wil) leave at 1 p- m. to-
witb wire silver- The characteristic Arm road was arrested on Thursday ! day for Vancouver, where they will
ore of the property is a black quartz   evening     by    Provincial     Constable | P'ay  the  Fairview   intermediate    la-
carrving values  in  silver,    leael    and ; ��� . ,                               , erosse   team   commencing    at     '-30
'    ,         ,, ...              ,,             , _.  | Deane   e.n a   complaint   trom     South   "-*B   Lvam'  Luu__iit__i,___0     _u     m.gi
gold, the gold being usually associar- , 'o'clock this afternoon-   Vhe game wi'l
o,t ,...Mi m.i5��= nt im�� nvrliao                   Vancouver that Ibe Chink had threat- : ,                          ,_,          ..
ed with masses of iron p>rites. ( be played  ou Recreation  park.
The property is being developed I '    "��<"1 ;" cause bodily injury to several j    Although badly defeated by tfTe New
even offered to pay ln $23,000 mon, I two tunnels being driven in the vein j school  children.    Tiie charge   which   Westmlnster hunch  at    the    former
bringing the   total   up  to  $70,0T(0  in   on the Little Joe, one of which is Tn j Sing  will  be called  upon  to answer I match jn thig citV| th(6 Fairview te "i
order  to  be relieved  of the liability   100  feet  and  the other  50.    A   shaft I 'o   In   the   district  court   l.ei'ore  t,ap-
bul  the offer was not accepted. , is .also being sunk on lhe Gypsey, an-   tain  Pittendrigh on Monday morning
While passing over the prairie coun- ! other of the claims   in   tho   group,, will be th.it of threatening to injure-
try,  Mr-  Smith  noticed  farmers cu��- ! which is now down about SO feet, and '     The children concerned in the case
ling   wheat   in  its-   green   state,    the j has three feet of solid ore in the hot- j allege  that   as   they   wer,-  proceedim.
I tra
in
After some further discussion the
",;l "f Mr. Henderson for an ex-
am��unt ot $150 was granted, on
_ _;'"  "r  s'i 'HIT    Armstrong.    The
I !.       ';r ''"'"sing the referees
e''   �� the lacrosse committee.
grounda commi!
���1'   tb
Kei
three silver cups  valued at $25 each
as trophies for a team  hauling con-^     	
test,   providing  the    society    would   tTV|  -\j,.. Qmith noticed farmers cu*-1 which is now down about SO feet, and
granrd  a  like amount   in  cash-     Lo   ting  wheat   in itt   green  state,    t're : has three feet of solid ore in the hot-
Btated thai the cups would be given  grajn either having been touched by   torn  of the shaft.   The management!
i outright  and therefore new ones do- j frr)st 0r the farmer's fearing it would , was so much encouraged by the show-
nated each  year-    It   was explained ^ )ie,   Tt wj]i probably be used for cattle
that the competition would be open   nn(J horse feed-
; e learns of horses, and the resistance !    Mr. Smith was especially impressed
ary
lhavlni
'"'"''riliin^
M
wias I
The!
itte was not represented
M|i^.  but  Secretary W-  H. j
"|,"l|ed thai  the society was;
t,K>   grounds   repaired   and
nice,
ing made hy development, thf.t some
time ago all stock    was    withdrawn
from the market.   As -then> are amide
would  be a  stoneboat    loaded    wmr   )iy n1(_ ^-eat quantity of travel wnicn i funds in the treasury for present pur-
rocks or sacks of sand.   The idea was ; was noticeable all along.   He had in- : poses,  it  is  unlikely  that any more \
readily accepted by the meeting and ! tended to visit Montreal, but although ' will be issued.
on motion of Nels Nelson an appro-   ]10 applied for a  berth two davs in | .���	
priation of $75 was granted. ; advance, he could not obtain one, and I Mystery In a Hay Field.
Nels Nelson reported for the collect- j tilere were two passengers for every       A   singular discovery was made   i
committee, in the absence of E.   geat In the cars when the trains left | couple of weeks ago by John Bond ; crosse teams wl�� struggle for suprem- j an jnvestigation as possible into the
home from school the Chinaman cha*5
ed after, them and threatened to hit
them With stones. They managed,
however, to gel clear a.id reach home
in safety. Constable. Daane's theoiy
is that One Sing Is adlcted to the use
of dope, und  that he is not entire'-.
are ccr.ficcnt cf n aWinlg flif tviji
score and a good crowd is expected
to adorn the grand stand.
Those who will represent New
Westminster on the'field are: Munn,
Peele, Marshall, B. Galbralth, Sbhert-
son, Mannering, W. Warwick, Tom
Rennie, A. Smith, E- Warwick Morrison Spring and spare, C- Smith.
responsible.
The Maple Leaf and Vancouver 'u-
To Make Full Enquiry-
Nelson, Sept. 13���John Dunlop, Dominion immigration officer stationed
at Fernie, arrived in town last evening upon instructions from the .immigration department to make as full
in
a-bout the buildings put in : J. Fader, that very good success had , Toronto.   He therefore got no further j and Morley Wilson, of Elk creek.   V]i-
case of the young Scotsmen *Tio were
acy on the Brockton, point grounds at 1
, ��� met with in gathering funds- He : than Toronto, although he had secured | on  exploring the range  back of t"iw   Vancouver this afternoon. Both teams   |nduced to migrate t0 Britisli Colum-
also reported that the ' Had no doubt but that the full amount.   B ticket to Montreal. | mountain south of Cheam peak, near   having heen practicing hard in order ! bIa xlnder W|e pretenceg by the Brlt.
handling     the    Scottish ' asked   for  would  eventually Ue  col-      Mr. Smith  reports  that there   was , Chiiliwack, they came upon a large   t�� eet into condition for the big tour-   ish Emigration, Tourist and tloloniza-
ts had nsked fn" fi        �� n       ���f! wort I six inches of snow on   the   ground [ field or prairie of timothy hay headed   nament which  will  be pulled off .n | tlon go^ty, 'and to ^p^t ftp result
"wr Keary
[committee
takin
th
up some
Purpose
��a.   The
asked for the privilege of. lected.
*od in the oval for
"f making a soft jumping
"' request  was not  favor-
Wag     '"''ri',,]     by     ,ho     meetlng    aK     lt
j.. ',.""lsil'ered th.at anv holes made
I lie ovaj
eventually lie  col-!     Mr. Smith  reports  that there   was
I six inches of snow on    the    ground
Hie  billeting com-j when  he  came   through  Calgary    n
mlttee was present. ,ano after discuss-  Wednesday,
the possibilities of housing all the
No   member  of
Ing
visitors to the exhibition,   a   special I Longboat's Trainer.
committee consisting of John    Rei 1. j     Arthur  Shruhb,   the  great  Engl'-.h
istrong and F. B- Lyle, was j runner, has accepted an offer to tra-n
^^WOUji interfere With  ,he   ^^^k in conjunction-with   ���, Trisb-mnadian   Cub.  Tore,,,,,,   rie
���   yor Keary   reported   for   Chief' the present committee-
lh0n of the decoration committee      The meeting then adjourned-
wil! look after Longboat and
well known athletes.
othsr
out, and the track of a hoTSe. Th"?
cannot understand how either "came
to be in that region as hoth horse
and timothy belong to civilisation and
this mountain as far as they conld
Team was Inaccessible to almost anything but mountain sheep. A few of
these were seen and lots of tracks,
also indications of deer and bear.
this city during exhibition week, and j of hfg enqulrles in detaTl at the ear-
the results of today's match will be j lle8t opportunity.    Mr.  Dunlop    last
night expressed the intention of mak-
taken as a good indication of hov.
the teams will shape in the tournament- Today's game should be
bristling with interest, and it is likely that it will be watched by a large
crowd- A number of sports will go
over from this city to see the game.
ing as careful an investigation- into
the facts as possible, it being the
policy of the Dominion immigration
department to leave no stotre Upturned to prevent fraud of any kind be-
in* practiced upon emigrants.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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terms���only $36 as (irs. payment, balance $:.���,">() weekly, no interest.
For the Kitchen���Kitchen treasure, 2 chairs, cork linoleum, shades
and  12 pieces cooking utensils.
For the Dining-room���Six-foot extension table, leather upholstered dining-room set, buffet or sideboard, tapestry square, blinds and
curtains.
r For the Bedroom or Sitting- room���Bed lounge or bed spring and
mattress, pillows, comforter, blankets, centre table, 2 rockers, dresser
and   stand,   carpet,  blinds and   curtains-
This outfit is on exhibition at our Carpet Department.
A carloaa pf heaters to be delivered on payment of $1, bal- ?l per week
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I Complete   House   Furnishers
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Many prices fluctuated considerably
yesterday at the local market especially in eggs, fowls and fruit. Potatoes also took a move, dropping to ?1S
a ion at which price a large number
of sacks changed hands. A large
crowd put in au appearance and trading was brisk all morning- Considerable produce was purchased for
Vancouver jobbers at quotations.
Meat*
The feature of the meat market way
that pork was much more plentiful
than for weeks past- It sold at 11
cents a pound under a pretty strong
demand Beaf came second in the
matter of quantity, the supply being
fully equal to the call Frontquarters
sold for six and seven cents a pound
while hindquarters brought from eight
to nine cents a pound- Mutton was a
better supply than ordinarily and the
stock nearly all sold out at from
13 to 11 cents per pound. Lamb
brought 15 cents under a keen de-
nianil. Hogs brought 11 cents per
pound and nearly the entire supply-
was cleared out.
Fowls
There was a large quantity of chickens offered for sale, many of which
were large and well developed birds
and brought good prices. (JPKnary
fowls brought from $0-50 bo Ti-i. I a
dozen and gooel clucks realized from
Jij.50 to SS a dozen- The demand was
strong-
Produce.
The price of eggs took another
jump skyward reaching the high figure of 45 cents per dozen- This is
the highest price that eggs have reached this year and there is every probability that the price will reach the
half-dollar mark before many days:
The jobbers were anxious to get eggs
yesterday at 38 cents which was the
figure at which the bulk of supply
wholesaled- The quantity of eggs in
the country at the present time is
much short of the demand- A lively
call has been noticeable from up-
coast points recently and this demand
is likely to continue strong-
Butter was quite plentiful yesterday although none too plentiful for
the demand. Prices ranged ail the
way from 30 to 40 cents per pound,
the greater quantity going at 35 cents.
Fruit.
The market was swamped with
prunes yesierday and the price took
a sharp drop in sympathy. Apples
were also plentiful but the demand
was only strong for good stock. A
good class of apples sold for from 75
to 90 cents a box, while a few choice
boxes reached a higher price-
Crab apples brought about 35 cents I
a crate- Of pears there was a con- '
siderable quantity but the demand
was none too strong. Prices ranged
from 65 to 85 cents a crate. Only first
class stock attracted purchasers-
Prunes brought about 35 cents a era e.
The stock was too heavy and there
was a largo quantity left over after
the buying ceased. The great quantity of prunes that arrived at the
market wharf during the week was
sacrificed among the merchants and
at the cannery. Low prices had .1
strong influence on the demand yesterday.
The supply of potatoes was large
and although lhe demand was not very
keen a considerable quantity changed
hands at from $1S to $20 a ion.
Tho farmers are neing offered a
splendid price for bay and there, is
ei possibility that the price will go
much higher before the winter sets in.
According to & report, wbicb comes
from Delta the jobbers are offering
the farmers $20 a ton for their hay in
the barns, the expense of moving to
be- Incurred by the purchasers.
Ladies' HAIR-
DRESSING
PARLORS
Satisfaction
Guaranteed
OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia St.
Entrance on 6th St. ��pp- m-
STAR OF INDIA
TEA COMPANY
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of N'ew Westminster and dist-ict
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore    and
at  Gamon's Cigar  Divan
a'Advertise  the town we  live in  hy
mailing Picture Post Cards to yoiT
friends.
Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
ALSO
"PERFECT"
Flavoring
Extracts
We Archiving $5.00 Gold for the
���   Cake at the Exhibition.
best
A cordial Invitation is extended to all   to visit our exhlbil al
layer
fair.
FOR THE BEST
Photograph
MONEY UN BUY
AT ANY PRICE
VISIT
Prunes for Preserving
400 crates; MUST be sold
Get your orders in early!
per crate   25c.    per crate
T. S. ANNANDALE
OUR
Grocer
THE-
Royal Studio
CUNNINGHAM
BLOCK
Proprietor, L. HAWEIS
(pronounced Iioyesl
Real
bavmg
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price. On
this basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell- Our first aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost. We are Invariably successful ia both these intention.-:-
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83
A Good One
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,  favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUSI COMPANY I
THOS. R.
REAL ESTATE���
PEARSON. Manager
 end INSURANCE
50c RETURN
TO
Vanco
u?er on
Sundayj
CARS
FROM-
LEAVE
8  A. M.
EVERY HALF HOUR
TO    11   P.M.	
As Usual
Rubberoid Roofing
It has stood the test, heat, frost, wind and rain,
gives entire satisfaction, does not harden ifl the
sun or crack in the cold, always waterproof, always tight. It ii light in weight, low in price
and makes a roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Write for prices. -:- -:- :-
Corrugated Iron always on hand and price right.
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T. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
Nelson Mills 3hut Down.
Nelson, B. C. Sept. IS���It is definitely announced that th-:' Lamb-Watson mill'at Arrowhead, which closei
last week mvins iei a al'ght accident
to the machinery will not reopen this
season. Ordinarily tha mill rung to
the end of December. No cause is
assigned, but the shutdown is nltriTe-
uted to the smallness of demand "rom
the Northwest. The mill has a capacity of 150,(100 feet daily and employs
nearly 400 m?n-
School Books
and
SUPPLIES
FULL STOCK
The
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217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and   Exercise   Books  are
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Ladies' Fine Shoes from $250 up; Ladies' Strong Shoes from $2 up;
Gents' Fine Shoes from $275 up; Gents' Strong Working Shoes
from  $250  up;   Hoys'  and  Girls' School Boots. $150 to $275.
SPECIAL���Ask to see the Dick Waterproof Boots, in Ladies',
Gents' and Boys'. NOTES���Tfou can dispense with rubbers when
wearing the Dick  Shoe.    Sole  Agency:
The Old Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia St.
J.   STEWART,   Proprietor
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Like the little child who wanted to see the wheels
round, this boy, fascinated by the music,' wants to see where
all comes from.
RECORDS
Over 6,000 different songs,   instrumental
pieces, solos, etc., etc., to choose from.
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sEPT. 14, 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
[NETAILORED GARMENTS FOR MEN
PANAMA CANAL NOT WIDE   'The Average Man
"The average man conies very near
ENOUGH FOR BIO SHIPS >      ������*�������-��� "  f�����>
I self.    You  have seen him  wearing  a
| fur cap eu his head  whi.e  his  ataoea'
Washington,    Bept    1::���Will    the I let in the snow and water.   He wears
Pan .me canal lie obsolete for war and S ;l11 overcoat on his bad;  and nothing
Condensed
Advertisements
to rent���Twn roomi, 287 Victoria
St-,  near  lil r.iry.
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commi :eial purposes before it is com-
:.���'!������ 1. anel will it prevent the con-
siiiution by the l"uiteei States of monster battleships? These questions will
be submitted to the next oongress o
answer. All greater navies ave gradually Increasing the width of beam pi
their shlgs while big transportation
companies are doing likewise.   Naval
reccirds show that the beam oi war- ^^^
ships is Increasing on an average of|aua ,li:" clt'^ ,lK' valv<
beer and   that  clogs  the
but a thin shirt over liis Chest 11" Is
mighty scared about freezing his fin-
gel's while his throat is exposed lo
blizzards aud he is cefien ailing cir
thinks he is. It's herb tea. root tonics, Peter's pills, Paul's pine tar cordials or plasters and cures, until the
balance wheel in the machine comes
to a Hop. Nature wants to keep going, but she caul. He drinks whisky
; he drinks
wheels;   he
WANTED
Windsor
\    waitress,
hotel.
apply
WANTED    Boy to learn the tinsmith-
ing-    Apply   at  Kirk's   hardware.
WANTED   .Three     smart      hoys      to
work at Fiecl L\ neb's Cigar Factory
LOST-   A   $2(1   bill.   Int ween   the  C'leT
storage and post office-    $."e reward j
on returning same to News office.
Manager
one foot a year-    It is expected that     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
th.   Panama canal will be completed | "ours llow" lemonade, glngenale. but
tea,  coffee
comp
in aboul seven year.;. If the same ratio
rogress is maintained in naval
construction during thai time bat'l��-
riiips with ninety-five feet beam W 11
be afloat- Th" two new ('umirders, the
| Lusiihnia and the Maritanla have a
beam of eighty-eight feei. Naval ey
perts agree that tne limit of beam has
not been reached and will not be for
many years to come.
Congress will therefore be asked t��.
'!���'. : [i whether the canal shall be
completed upon the present plan# as
lo tin' size of the locks which w'B
provide a water way tha't could not
with safety be navigated by the ttirg-
est  ship  now  afloat.
FOUND--Whte and black fox terrier.
Apply George Croslin, Fraser river
tannery.
To-Night
termilk, ice water, tea, coffee, and
what not, and then wonders why ihe
fire under the boiler does not burn.
If you should take an ox and put him
through   a   like   performance  he'd   lee'	
dead   in   a   year.    The  simplest   and   WANTED���Boy to take charge of of-
plainest   laws of health are outraged       fieo.    Apply in own handwriting to
wanted���Work     by     experienced
dressmaker.   Address Miss U , Newi>
offi*.
Where quality and finish is required,
ask for 20tn Century garments.
SUITS,   SHOWER - PROOFS,
TOPPER  OVERCOATS,
Or ODD  PANTS.
Don t take the "just as good   quality; |
Get the 20th Century. 1
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PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agen! for Nsw Westminster.      ���   209-211 COLUMBIA STREET
MlkKELSON FOUND NO
LAND IN BEAUFORT SEA
New York, Sept- 13���The ccunnuuel-
ers of the Anglo-Polar expedition.
which lost iis ship, the Duchess of
Bedford, in an attempl to find a new
continent north of Alaska, reported
to the American Geographical society
today that the sounding which ri*ney
had made had 2b losed no ^ueh
land.
The dispatch came from Elmer JViik-
kelson and Ernest LeffingweTl, the
joint leaders of thc expedition, and
was dated in Dawson./Yukon territory,
Sept- in.
The explorers reported that the
sledge triii north of Alaska covered
500 miles of ice ancl that they crossed
the edge of the continental shelf
twice. Their soundings, taken fifty
miles off the Alaskan coast and Tie-
yoml, were made to a depth of 2,060
feet, lint found no bottom.
Next year, they declare, TTtey will
sea, surveying the coast and making
continue the exploration of Beaufort
geological and ethnographical studies.
every hour of ihe dav by the average
man.    Did   Adam   smoke?     Did   Eve
wear corsets?    Did Solomon chew tobacco?   Did Ruth chew gum? Did the
children  of Israel  make  for a  beer
garden  after  crossing the  Red   Sea'.'
Did Rebecca eat gum drops and  ice e
cream and call for soda water? Adam 1
was the first man and was made perfect  from   head  to heel.     How   long'
would   he remain  so after  eating  a
mince pie before going to bed? Suppose he had slept in a bedroom 6x7
with the windows clown, the door shut
and two dogs under the bed? Suppose |
Eve had  laced  herself  up  in  a  cor-!
set, put on  tight shoes, and  sat  up j
all hours of the ntght eating her fill
of trash and sizzled lier hair.   When i
you come to look at the way a man j
misbehaves   himself   you   can   only!
wonder he ever lived to get there.
According to the foregoing yon may
be ea fool���you certainly are if you
neglect your eyesight, and yet hundreds are putting off the use of j
glasses because they do not want to
"look old"���nonsence���you can get a
new set of teeth, but nobody can give
you a new pair of eyes. Be wise.
Consult our OPTICIAN���DON'T BE
AFRAID OF THE COST���yon can get
fitted at your own price and fitted
properly.
Curtis' .Drug Store, F. W. Heath,
late of Ottawa, in cnarge of the optical department
S. G. owe of Daily News office
WANTED���Smarl  hoys to deliver the I
Daily News.    Apply  at  Dally News
office.
	
ROOM  AND BOARD In private family.    Apply   corner   Queens   avenue j
and Eleventh street.
WANTED���To trade, fine home just
outside Westminster for city property- Principals only. S- H- Bowell,
Sapperton
LOST���A gold filled watch, English
case, finder kindly return to T-
Gilford's jewelry store and obtain
reward-
LOST���From thee B. C- E- H. car, a
package of Sample Suspenders, return to the Daily News office. $6
reward-
��� r.:,.y.''. ".'ry' -'��� ��� --r- [������ :.-y   .   ��� .
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Texas
Steer
WANTED���Two respectable roomers
for Led room and parlor with heater
moderate. Apply 123, Eleventh
street.
By the
WANTED���Smart young man to drive j
delivery wagon and make himself 1
generally useful in store- Salary I
from %'ib to ?4B. Apply hy letter to j
G. C. S- this office.
WANTED���Modern 6 roomed house
near car line, prepared to pay $500
cash, balance to be arranged- Write
giving full particulars to X- Y- Z-
this office.
BROOCHES
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E HAVE NOW ON EXHIBIT A SPLENDID
LINE OF BROOCHES	
Gold, Gold Filled, Silver,
Diamond Set,     Pearl Set,     Amethyst,
Set,       Mourning, Souvenir,        &c.
��       Also a fall line o? STICK PINS     �����
, The Rev- Dr. Taylor, of the West
(Presbyterian church, will take for his
,uibject on Sunday "Tlrj fruits of
,!ove," and "Gathering with Christ"
/   On   Sunday   the   sermons at     the
(Olivet   Bapiist   church   will be   "The
JVIessage of the Dora," ami "Visions
of God."
Hotel Guests
Guichon���C E- Miller, Winnipeg;
A- P- Devine, Vancouver; ,1. M. Donovan. .!- .1. Ritchie, N. .1. Millsap, Toronto; R. 11- Richardson, Langley
Percy Hennanl, Toronto; F. M. Logan, Victoria-
Windsor���H- T- Young, Vancouver;
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
i FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
rooms to let in Vancouver, 35 Hastings St., W. next, door to Palace
hotel, Mrs. E. .1. Grieve, proprietress.
RAMBEAU
STOCK CO.
PRICES-25c, 35c and 50c.
NEW ���
General  Repairing.
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and Front Sts.     Phone 275
6-ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth St.,
between Third and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to be
sold immediately; a bargain at
$1500, half cash. Apply McQuarrie
& Co., Front  St.
F. H. Goulard, G- J- Kept, Nelson; P-
O- Langton, D. F- Graht, Steveston;
V. Nelson, Victoria; P- D. Bourke,
Seattle.
Provincia
1907-
.C.CHAMBERUN, The Jeweler 1 |������� �����* ���E R01fAL ACR1CULTURAL AND
Agent for the Hamilton Watch. >j
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INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
The Tinted Centre Pieces
and CUSHION TOPS
which are so much in vogue just now
have lately arrived.
ft have a complete range of "Stamped Linens,
��uch as Tea Covers, Runners, Tray
Cloths, Doileys, etc., etc., which will
be used by the ladies employed by the
Corticelli Silk Co., who give free lessons in the Guichon parlors to all
those interested.
' As the ladies remain in the city only a limited
time, visit them as early as possible.
THEW^
A. I. BIRTCH.   ���   275 Columbia Street
Queen's Park, New Westminster, B.C.
OCTOBER ���     II
1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
home    WANTED���Norwegian   lady
wishes home with first chi^s English family for six months- ^Ferma
no object if home suitable and surroundings pleasant. Apply immediately at News office for particulars.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
Iy in timber. Have large and smai.
tracts on water. If you wish ti
buy or sell, see me. !��. R. Chandler
407  Hastin.es  St.. Vancouver, B.C
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
To  accommodate   all   tho   guests
who will visit the city during inhibition time it is desired thnt all house-
I holders prepared to offer aocommo-
| dation at reasonable rates will leave I
j iheir  addresses with   Edward   Hoult
billeting agenl al the city hall, where
I all  Information   may  be obtained.
ALEX. QARRETT,
Chairman of the Billeting committee. I
LYRIC THEATRE
VANCOUVER
Corner of  Pender and  Hamilton  Sts.
Malan & Clawson, Managers.
The Lyceum Stock Company
Commencing'
Monday, Sept. 9th
With   H-   CRANE'S   great   success���
DAVID  HARUM
Matinee Wednesdays and Saturdays
POPULAR PRICES.
Extra!    Special!
30   DAYS  ONLY
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
$15.00   Up
Best of Trimming.      Best of
Workmanship.     Cut to  Fit.
M. LANfiTRY, Up-to-date Tailor
2*7 rront St.
PRINTING
Have your printing done ln
town by the loo&l modern
binh grade printers-���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY   NEWS   BLOCK.
$50 Q00 In Prizes and Attractions $50T QQQ
STUPENDOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE
ARRAY OF EXHIBITS!
representing Agriculture, Horticulture, and Stock, as well We Are Not ia the Trust!
as the Industries of the Province. And can Mve you 50 per cent.
on a SAFE or CASH REGISTER
The attractions will consist of a Lacrosse Tourna-
ment, in which the Toronto Tecumsehs, Vancouver and STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT COY.
,New Westminster teams will take part; Scottish Sports, |610 Rlcharcis st
j Baseball matches, Balloon ascensions, several Bands of
Music, Pyrotechnic Display, Sailors' Sports.
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind bis old patrons
���us well aa prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. Ha wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
Phone 2125
For further information see small bills and prize lists.
T. J. TRAPP,
President.
W. H. KEARY,
Secretary.
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
YOU  REQUIRE   A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Ntxt rfoor Hotel A��t*r
VANCOUVER
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Pitt Meadows
40 acres of meadow land, one-quarter
mile north of railway, at $85 per
acre. Will sell 20 acres. Good terms
I JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
oi a pea, several valuable jewels,
esfecially sapphires and emeralds,
and a number of gold nuggets, pieces
ot' other valuable metals, like platinum.  Iridium, etc
The thief, who was barefooted, was
.-.e.;n leaving the museum anj pursued, but he escaped. Extra watchmen have been engaged for lhi Dresden picture gallery, in which tue celebrated Madonna di San' Sisto by
Raphael is lodged-
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
suing   Company   Limited,   at   their
iflces,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
���treets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
SATURDAY,  SEPT    14,  1907
THE NEW CRUSADERS
The King Edward sanitarium at
Weston, Out., was opened by the Gov-
ernor-General the other day, and
among those who were present were
some members of the government of
Ontario, and both the Provincial Secretary, Mr- Hanna, and Dr. Pyne, Minister of Education, expressed Ihe most i
cordial sympathy with tbe work of.
the association and the belief that!
by systematic efforl the blight could
be banished from the country. They
could not, of course, definitely commit Ihe government, but there can be
no reasonable doubt tliat in the.
wealthy province of Ontario the gov-1
ernment would be abundantly backed
up b.v public sentiment In making a
generous .appropriation for fighting a
scourge which robs the province of
so many of the flower of its manhood
and womanhood. It would be a'pity
if the springs of private beneficence
should be dried up, but the care of
the1 victims of tuberculosis is quite
as legitimate an object of public atd
as the care of the Insane. Xo Opposition would care to put Itself on record against a reasonable appropriation for such n purpose-
Our British Columbian government
should take a hint from this. Tt has
done something towards tbe establishment of ibe sanitarium :et TratWJtiBle,
but the province can well afford to do
more.
Even these do noi exhaust the it3ms j
of disadvantage, aa there Is a growing
feeling that we ought to find a rem- .
edy  for   the   bitterness   recently   ei ..
reloped by structural steel, before we
put money into permanent works in
which it  must  bn largely used     The
cause of the bitterness is "scamping" |
in the mnaufacture;  but what is the
remedy?
Baptists Decline to Join.
Toronto, Sept. 12���The Baptists le-
cline to unite with the churches
which are at present negotiating with
a view to union and which invited
them to enter into conferenc? with
theni- They find "fatal impediment"
in the practice of infant baptism, also
in the adoption of any other mode
than immersion. They desire To avoid
all alliance with secular authority,
they will not identify themselves with
creeds which have an.v tendency to
establish a human standafd over conscience, and tliey recognize no claim
to ecclesiastical sessions. Such is the
substance of the reply presented to
the joint committee at the church
union of- Presbyterians, Methodists
and Congregationalists by the Baptist
GAS  EXPLOSION   IN
A YORKTON HOT^.L
Yorkton, Sask-. Sept i"~\ territic
acetylene gas explosion occurred fn
the kitchen of the Royal hotel th'
evening which shook the town a'i I
could be heard for iiiies around- I'ha
explosion was caused by some nnp.r
lection in the Royal hotel's private
gas plant The wall wa. knocked out
of the kitchen, and fragments were
ntirled over 100 feet- Nine plate glass
windows were smashed In neighbo -
ing stores, and about thirty small wTn-
dows were broken to fragments. Beyond a cut in one man's hand, no cne
was injured-
A small blaze started In the kitchen
of the hotel, but was quickly put out-
Nearly every window in the hotel
was smashed, and very few doors will
now fit into the silis.
convention   of  Ontario   anel
which met here yesterday.
Quebec
Big Theft From Museum-
Berlin,   Sept-   13���An   epidemic   of
carefully planned  thefts   from    muse-'
urns seems to be spreading ov ir Germany.    After Berlin comes Dresden, ���
whore  a  clever thief broke into  the
mineraloglcal     department    of    the
Zwlnger Gallery anel stole thirly-llire ��� ;
loose  diamonds, each about  the size
A large number of Hindus arrived
| in the city yesterday morning and afternoon, and camped out in the west
end of the city. When visited by the
chief of police early in the evening,
they were preparing to spend the
night in the open air- Chief Mcintosh
' allowed them the use oT~an olef shack
in the west end, some thirtyfTve of
them huddling In two small rooms.
The boss man of the gang was notified that he would have to provTTe
proper lodgings for his men today, or
that the whole number would be requested to leave the city- When the
police make these requests, fliey are
generally heeded, but the chief of the
recently arrived horde wiTT certainly
have a time of it seeking suitable accommodation for his men- There are
not enough disreputable shacks In the
city to house them, and landlords trill
not allow the Asiatics to occupy
houses that are not in an advanced
state of dilapitation-
Best of fruit land, clay loam and
clay subsoil: very easily cleared in
blocks to suit $lii per acre- Abbott
& Hyde, next to Guichon hotel.
Lorgnette
Just received complete line of
all patterns from $2.25 to $75.
Solid Gold and Gold Filled.
Also Silver.
V
Horace Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Nexl Tram Office
Look UpTor QUALITY
THE
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
367   Columbia   St.
OPP. PREMIER HOTEL  Phone B278
I Bring in your clothes to be pressed
at once in order to insure the work
being done before the fair-
We Eat to Live
But .at the same time it is necessary to knpw what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You    can   rely    upon    GETTING
TIIE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
the Delta land canno: be beaten- One acre of this rich,
bottom land will produce as much as three acre..- ���
gravel land.
Here is a piece of choice land at a bargain:
8 acres, all cleared, in garden and pasture, 0 miles
this city, on the dyke road, 2u0 yards from Sunbury posi
and boat landing, Y* mile from  school, has a  five-room
in good repair, bam and chicken house, 2 cows and  I
good waterfrontage with wharf building,    boat  and ne
young fruit trees, a good range  all conn, .ected.
Price .   -   $2250
$1250 cash,  balance  in one year.
I'lvar
high
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use
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Hale & Lane
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone  335 P. O. Box 268]
1
"S.S.   Deutschland?"
number!
Bah!    Hack
Mr- Hugh Graham has sworn thai
Mr. Borden warned him not to allow
ejection money to be handled by pub-
lic _2i6n���somebod] less conspicuous
and less oiicn to attack was to Tool,
after thai pari of it; and he."also
swore that,  unde r tli  ie  li    ructions
e    'Grahami  Ben! $-".���.' f h.s own
rnonej into Quebec al the la-i Domin-
i ui ��lection. Thai ri jusi one in-
stance������ the resl of the Dominion to
.    ir from.   This ri the brand of Mr.
ir len's "electoral purity."
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Walking through Lytton squar ��� yes-
i :��� lay morning, 11 struck n- thai an
invitation bo the members of the McBride governmenl to visit the city on
market day would be l patriotic thing.
Tbey would find evidence tfia't the
farmers' Interests a really of some
Importance after all. Being confr mi -
c I bj the faots, thej mighl bi In luced
to spare a jjttle time from their
double-shuffle politics to considi r
nch things as a liberal policy for rural schools anl a comprehensive good
roads policy, to say nothing of a little
mailer like the abolition of those vex-
;;i inns road  tolls.
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afe
A few years ago, British Columbia
s mii a number or her young men to
flghl the Boers Today a good many
���British Columbians would be glad If
It were possible to pul a HtHe Boer
brain and public spirit Into that *h-
surd aggregation, calle,! by courtesy
a government, at Victoria, Take this
statement of Transvaal policy, for instance:���"Premier Botha of the Transvaal has decided in work the tin
mines as a governmenl enterprise,
the primary object being a solution
or th-' unemployed problem- Small
states ciu Bolve many of the problems iiiii baffle large- ones, but Premier Botha must light not only the
disappointed prospectors, hut the gigantic tin interests and all the business organizations  they control."
NEW SHOES
for TODAY
We wish to call attention
to some of the beautiful
lines of Ladies' Shoes
opened up this week. We
know we have the largest array of modern
made footwear that has
ever been shown in this
city. Nearly all our Best
Shoes are of
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American Manufacture
Made specially for our own trade���
for $3.50, $4.00 and $5.00 values. We
know wre have the goods. Cuts represent some of the snappy lines we
are offering.
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SPECIAL!;
10 Acres, Section 30, Township 2, Surrey,       \
$500 |
one-half cash, balance 1 year at 7 per cent       *
JT.    r^JllJDJLiiv^   Estate
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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Our $3-50 American   Vici   Kid
Bluchers, sizes from   2%  to   7,
widths  from A A tee BE.
Close In Residence
Can be had CHEAP
if taken at once.
I
BOURNE y GORDON
Coiner tVcKenzie and Columbia Streets
Our $4-00 anl $4.50 American |
Bo its in Pat. :.��� Col Gun Metal ''
and  Vici.
Our |3.00 Blucher Cut Vici Kid
Bals- The best and most nfJV
Ish $3.00 shoe on the market
JOHNSTONS
BIG SHOE HOUSE, LTD.
Vancouver, as represented by its
thoughtful citizens, Beemo to be uneasy aboul it> local bridge Question.
The engineers say that three new
bridges are wimteii, and that thev will
cost a million dollars- The present
is a very bad time lo go borrowing.
Money is scarce and dear, and Inter-;
est, of course, high Then there is
the hiRh price of materia, and labor.   J^W Westminster,    B.   C.
Sign of th;  Big Electric  Shoe
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W.  E.   PALES'
MONEY - MA: LING   RECIPE
lam the pioneer Furniture and l iuse Furnishings Dealer, Fum
Director .and Kiiibalmer, and 1 Wl sell you anythinsin my line ill
and Will give yon better value tli, , you can get in anv oilier pi
in the city.   Try me,
Wall  Papers In  endless var ety.    Oilcloth from 25c up     China
Matting from 15c up.    Lino eums  from 45c  up. Curtain Stretch
ers, the best made, $2.25  per   set.      Carpets,   all    grades   and
prices.    Iron Beds, white ard tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All kinds nf job work and repairing done on shortest .Wire. Rease
able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving dail
I have sold the block and am still doing business in the same pi
and in the same old way.
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ice >:���
9
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
ChoiceBEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
jffml    :  M . y't . .y. .  ���   ���,,-
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14. 19C7-
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SMITH
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T.  H. SMITH
T.  H.  SMI'lH
T. H. SMITH
fbeCash Stores
REMARKABLY TEMPTING ASSORTMENT OF
!W Fall Dress Goods
Dr-   Kenny is   spending    a    short
vacation visiting friends iu Vernon
.1- J- Jones, of Royal avenue, Is |
Bpeding a few days with two of his |
sons at  Penticton-
TWEEDS
Lutiful     assortment     of
L- tweeds    In    colors of
L cardinal, brown,  green
PANAMAS
All wool Panamas in tartSn effects,  coin bi nal ions  of brown
and  green, navy  and green,
gray ami green,    brown and
navy. This is a specially fine
and up-to-date range at $1 25
""tweeds
Ur line   of Heather   mix-
Uweeds extra good weight.
j , | .    pecially recommend
ie j,,,  tor good susbtan-
BROADCLOTHS
French   chiffon   Broadcloths   a
grand showing of this popular
material in all the new    and
effective      shades,      myrtle,
brown,  navy,  wine, black and
fawn at   $1 50
KASHMERA
.....;,,   aew dress fabric ior
seas >n Is  Iriishmera, just
rrecl  weighi for tailor-
suits all the popular shades
the   season,   navy,   green,
���dinal,  brown,    gray    and
ick, i er yard $1
NEW WAISTINGS
Fancy    Delaines,    WooTalonea,
silk   and   wool,     Orient     cloth,
embroidered end flannels, fancy
last res and Sicilians.
0S1ERY SPECIAL
izen pairs of ladies' plain
shmere hose, seamless feet
. shaped  leg, these    were
I value at 50c pair;  spe-
At our  smallwares    counter
will   be   fotid   everything that
is new ami up-to-date, fresh arrivals    daily    by    express    of
purses,  bags,  hat   pins,    fancy
.tick   pins,  combs,   belts,  bell
MSH COLLARS
lozen   embroidered   wajlt-
.l.u's   large   assortment   to
eose from prices were 25c
75c each; choice, each 15c
buckles, waist sets anel all kinds
of fancy neckwear.
Swastika   (good  luck)    stick
pins  and  waist sets just    arrived.
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FALL SUITS AND COATS
|0ur stock of suits and coats practically embrace's every form of
llonable garment that  is on the market and still they keep com-
ng - very day by express
Icial SUIT BARGAIN
suits  111
tweed effects well
and    trimmed    all
IsMonable colors and strictly
ate styles;  special..
    $12
INDERSKIRT SNAP
oing  we    will    put
25 dozen underskirts
stling    moire    we,ll
���  end plenty of fullness,
fl eunce and    trills   all
I      ;.   navy,   I,rown.    green,
I fawn    and    black;
  $2 CO
.- : .2
Other lines of beautifully tailored suits of Chiffon Broadcloths, Vicunas. Panamas,
Cheviots, Alexandra cloths
and all ihe. newest weaves are
to be found here trom $20
I e       $65
WAISTS
In new autumn styles suit ible
for evening or street wear
thai reflecl good taste and s
wi alth of ;.";rsiri workmanship.
DRESS SKIRTS
Our line of dress skirts cann il
be excelie i on the coasi an I
the display Is one of the largest   west    of    Toronto.    All
prices from $2-50 to . .. $2S 50
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JUST   RECEIVED
A Large SKipment of
rockery^Glassware
(GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANY-
ITHING IN THAT LINE.      OUR  PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
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ADAMS & DEANS
TextDoor to a Gift
ExTH AVENUE���Two totB $225 each on your own terms-
""'-   AVENUE���One lol; $;50 on your own terms.
WKXt'E���20 lots, with 10 corners;
l-Vi'i|
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$75 leer lot on your
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H    AVENUE���One   !0tj $150 on your own le
'REET���One lot;    $350 on your own term*.
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IcLEOD, MARK & CO.
"The Farm Land Specialists," New Westminster
Ur-  T-  H-  Levey,  dentist,
build&g,  Columbia  street-
Crescent
s The Lutheran church servces wil
,be held in the Oddfellow^ hall oh'
,Simday evening, the Rev- B- A. Sand
(Officiating.
A 2-steiry house near car line; modern conveniences, 0 rooms; lot in
fruit; price $1S00 ou easy terms.
Whil... Shiles & Co-
Hon- Ur- Young, provincial secretary, is expected to arrive in the city
today for the purpose eif visiting the
provincial asylum and looking over
the proposed improvements to that
edifice.
60 acres in Burnaby, close to Vancouver car line, $150 per acre; 1-:'.
cash, balance at 7 per cent. vthTle,
Shiles & Co ���**
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Royal Columbian hospital will hold
Us regular monthly meeting ln the
board of trade rooms on Monday aT-
ternoon at :! o'clock- A full attend-
. ance is requested as important mat-
! ters will lie discussed.
At the regular meeting Of Royal,
City Lodge No. ?,. I.O-OF-, held last | Brand new house on three year
evening, several new members wife terms- Price $1800, full sized lot
Initli ied. The attendance was large | Abbott & Hyde-
an I a
held.
very satisfactory meeting waa
The firm    of Dingle  &  Galbralth,
printers, Daily N'ews block, will fn
future be known as Dingle & Simpson.    James Simpson,    formerly   of
Vancouver, having bought an interest
in the business.
For cut flowers, bouquets nr fun-
eral designs telephone T. Davies &
Son, B 208.
The charge laid againsi William
Kennedy a few days ago of refusing
to pay bridge toll and deiving his
horse over the New Westminster
bri Ige at a faster pace than a walk
has been settled out of court, the defendant undertaking to pay all costs.
An up to date map of New Westminster city has just beeffiSsued by
the firm of Dingle & Simpson, printers. Several new subdivisions are
defined, while changes   ami    correc-
f1 ��������� ��� :" i ��� Id maps have i een fntfo-
eluced-    H- Stewartson,    C  E-, compiled the diagream-
Guns  for hire a;  Ge >.  R.  Speck's
Trapp block. Columbia street
Reports that a wild collie dog is
at large in Burnaby are current in
ihe city- The- animal is said to have
attacked a number of children within
lhe pas; few days, and a number of
ranchers are now on the lookout for
the dog in order to administer a
quietus in the sha;.e of a little lead
l>ellet.
The Provincial Christian Endeavor
convention will be held in Victoria
trom Sept 25 to 29 inclusive, the
 etings taking place in the Metropolitan Methodist church- Among
those who will attend are the Rev.
Dr. Horsfall, of Seattle, Clyde Van-
el '.ni'iater, ,1- A. Doyle, of Regina. an!
several other noted speakers, Among
the iie.legate'-' troth this city will be
tn.. Rev. ri'- H. Barraclough.
Picnic hams 18c pe".' lb- at K./'.e &
Son. Good Cheer Store, 255 Froi:; St
The N'ew Westminster city band
will give the last of the open air concerts on Columbia street this evening.
The program will be well up to ihe
high mark of the preceding concerts
given by the same organization during  the  summer  months.
Sam Preston, a brother of Robert
Preston, and uncle of Mr. Preston,
of the firm of Mayers & Preston, is
lying dangerously ill at. his residence.
Royal avenue. Mr- Preston is suffering from a cancer of the stomacn, and
wis placed under an anaesthetic yesterday morning, but no operation was
performed.
$575 cash and $13 per month Will
purchase a seven-room liouse,-near
city car line, including bath, flush
closet, hot. and cold water, house just
renovated.; lot in fruit- Price $1475.
White, Shiles & Co-
The Chinese trouble butted into
ihe police court yesterdaj morning,
when one Celestial was fined $5 for
carrying n partly concealed weapon,
another slat eyeei resident paid $1 for
failing to keep tab on his horse, while
the third queue wearer. Tine John,
wriggled out of a charge of stealing
which hail been preferred against ffim
ley a tainted violet-
FOR
FURNITURE
CARPETS. LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES,
PICTURES AND PICTt'I*: FRAMES, GO-CARTS. LACE
CURTAIN'S. PORTIERS, UPHOLSTERING. CABINET
WORK, SHEETS. PILLOW CASES, BLANKETS. &c, &c .
It will  pay you to try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK.
TEL.   73.       COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
3 tins of pineapple for
& Son. Front street.
15c at Kyle
Dr. Doherty, medical superintendent
of the provincial asylum, returned
yesterd,iy trom Vernon, where he
wenl for ti-' purpose of inspecting the
branch asylum at thai place. He reports finding everything in saiisfac.
lory condition, and contemplates recommending a number of Jffip'rove-
I ments made necessary by the large
increase in the number of patients.
Last chance to see the man from
the factory demonstrate the Malleable
Range at Hardman's.    Come and register your obi stoves and rafiges and
I receive a prize.
NOTICE
'i'e nders will be n c 'ived by the
undersigned up to Wednesday. 18th
inst.. for raising and delivering in one
pie.,, at tiie- ways here, the Fisheries
Steamer ' swem." sunk in Der ich&'s
Slough, opposite Chillwack landing.
Te nders for the purchase of the
wreck .is she' lies wili also be received
The most favorable tender not necessarily  accepted.
C- B- SWORD,
Inspector of Fisheries.
The Clothes Story
Reduced to Fractions
Nine-tenths of the Men of this Country wear ready-for-service Clothes.
Two-thirds of these Men wear the
good kind of Clothes, while the other
third keep the shoddy factories going.
It is only a question of time when the
third last mentioned learns that it is poor
economy to buy cheap Clothes, and then
they will join the vast majority in the
purchase of good Clothes���the kind they
ought to wear.
We beg to make it understood that
we do not handle the kind the one-third
wear, but we have everything in the good
lines���they are a credit alike to Maker
and Wearer.
Handsome  Fall  Suits  $10, $12, $15, to $80.
Elegant  Overcoats $10. $12, $15, to $25.
Correct Blocks in Fall Hats.
Everv good style.
Choice Toggery of all sorts���right from the
hands of the best makers.
This is the store for good things.
We give every good patron the kind
of a square deal that will win his trade,
his influence and his everlasting friendship.
H.LDeBECK
THE   CLOTHIER
Opposite P. O.       NEW WESTMINSTER
NOTICE
A meeting of rn.' liberal association j
Of this city will be held in the Liberal j
club rooms at s p.m.
Sept.
on    Tuesday,
17, for the purpose of electing
delegates to the convention to he held
In Vancouver on Oct. 1, and also to
transact anv other business which
may be brought up- AH liberal* are
invited to attend-
JOHN RKID, Pres.
.1. vv. MacDONALD,
Secy.
Columbian College
will  re-open 0  a.   m.,
TUESDAY, Sept. 17
Gymnasium and Y. M. C. A.
building will be ready for use
October 1st.
For Calendar, etc., address:
COLUMBIAN ,   COLLEGE.
Prof. Hetherlngton wil! preach tomorrow morning in the Queens Avenue church, while the Rev. Dr- SIp-
prell will occupy tin- same pulpit in
the evening. The Rev, W- ll Barraclough, pastor of this church, leaves
/oday for Ladner, where he is to con-
: duct services on Sunday iu the' Sletho-
.list   church,  on the   occasion  of lhe
i lannuai harvest Thanksgiving.
8 bars of Royal Crown soap tor 25c
Kyle & Son, 255 Front street. *
.1- P. Thomps ui.   prospector   well
'. known  in  this city,  hail    a    narrow
escape   from  drowning on  Harrison
, lake a fi'\v days OgO while, on his wav
; lo   Fori   Douglas.     The.   rowboat     In
which h"  was travelling was upset
i by a sudden squall, ami he only managed   to  reach   lhe   shore   after some
! eliffirulty.     A   lai-je   quantity   or the
| stores  which he weis taking lo camp
were lost, and a special I rip had to
be. made to Harrison  Hot  Springs for
provisions.
For all kinds ot cut flowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
. it is probable that the Ootobei
scheduled match between the New
,Westminster anl the Maple Leaf la-
crease teams will not be played, owing to the Inability of tin. dubs concerned to agree upon a date, but
rather credit the match in the B- C
Championship series to the wThner <>!
the New Westminster-Maple Leaf
match which will l>e played In connection with the exhibition lacrosse tour-
11:1:11 int It is understood that, negotiations aro under way Trtth thai object In view nnl If successful the
jiuatch which will decide in both Iho
,e h iMiploushlp and tiie tournament
,will be pulleil off al Queen's park on
(the 28th, Inst-
160 acres good land on Scott road,
|30 per acre; terms. Abbott & Hyde,
next Guichon hotel-
rJusT In, the Latest In Back and Side
COMBS
Call In, No Trouble To Show Goods
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A STARTUNG RUNAWAY
And what Is often th.' resull? A
favorite driver or draUgUt horse
is Injured or killed and the owner ^
Is a heavy loser- I can Insure
horses against death from any
cause, and If YOUR horse is worth
anything this proposition l�� worm
Investigating.
,'��     t,
A. W. IVIcLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER PAGE SIX
THE DAILY XEWS.
-ATURDAY
SEPT.,
P
Voting Contest
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS ELEGANT LIBRARY' 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 one vote.
The contest began Aug. 23 rd, 1907, and will close Jan. 2,'lrd,
1908, at 7 i>. m.
A ballot box is placed in D. S. Curtis & Co's drug store, where
votes are to be deposited.
At the cleese of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having received the largest number of 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. Kales' furniture store.
D.  S. Curtis will count the votes.
t HINDUS WERE THROWN OFF
STEAMSHIP IN SEATTLE
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
(under  new  management)
Lionel   Haweis.    Photographer
0.   BURDETT
Home-made   Chocolate   Confections,    Ice   Cream
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Gen. Repairing
CENTRAL  LIVERY   STABLES
S.  H. Thompson, Prop.
Seattle, Sept- 13���Race prejudice
nearly resulted in a riot aboard the
steamship Portland early yesterday
morning, when a crowd of white men,
passengers lor Valdez, roughly handled a number o.r Hindus wUfJm the
Alaska Coast Steamship company al~
tempted to put aboard the vessel. A
serious 'clash was prevented by Capt
Humphrey and his officers- Excited
passengers seized on- Hindu and"
threw him to the pier. The resif" followed without protest Thirty-two of
them camped on the pier ail night.
The Hindus took passage on the
Portland with the expectation of oTI-
talning work .at Valdez. They went
to the vessel at Pier 10 at S o'clock
Wednesday night The white passengers came aboard between 12 and 1
o'clock and found that the Hindus has
taken their berths. An indignation
meeting was promptly held, during
which excited passengers urged each
other to throw the Hindus into th*
bay.
Capt. Humphrey wa�� told that not
a man would take passage if the Hindus were allowed to remain aboard- At
this juncture someone seized a" Hfn-
du and pushed him down the gangplank- Another was unceremoniously thrown over the rail to the "pier.
The rest followed  without  protest.
Huddled together, the Hindus camped on the pier all night- At daybreak
thev induced expressmen to carry
away their baggage-
McQUARRIE  &  C<
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial Ai
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333i FRONT ST.
Iav.
of  Regina  Si
avenues, west side
$400;  half cash.
4  Lots    88x132
160 acres, less 3>�� for new railway,
j Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,
'under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
411 acres under-drained, ditched all
1 round and fenced around and through
' centre; 5 room house; barn 40x75, j 33th Btreet
. sufficient feed for about 300 head of j
4 lots between Fourth avenue and | gtoe].     p..i(,e $8000;   terms one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser.   One mile
from station on new car line.
Ix>t 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.
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot N'o. 2,Dlst.
Lot 8;  south side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half  cash.
2  LOTS,  132x132, N.-VY.  corner of
granary   10x16;   two 110th Street   and   St. Andrews.    Price
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon j $1050; half cash.
shed 20x30; small milk house, small j 1 LOT, full size, Block 59, Lot S,
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 05 bearing! Sub. 9; partly cleared. $200, or $150
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price j cash.
2 lots on 8th St. between 5th and
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x
132; Nos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
9 LOTS on Brunette and Distillery
streets, Sapperton. $1600; half cash,
halance terms.
1 .Lot 66x132 ft., S. >���> of 8, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250;  half cash, teal. C months.
its between Fourth avenue a
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 25 and
30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half casb, half six months.
Block coiner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English j
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon I
street;  price $650.
1��0 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,!
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced; '
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28 i
and lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 and l
lean  too 32x14
Full sized Lot en 4th St J
tetweeD 5ft]
��f ith St
$1200 cash,
2 HOUSES   on l lot,K��J
Sapperton; 5 rooms anj y.pi.
sh��d and 4 rooms, v.hchea ani
shed.   $1000 each, one-third
ance easy.
'ril
77.58 ACRES, black loam |
ploughed and di   red
Old
one.s
mil dykjil
E. 3/4 Sect. 5.    $75 per acre,,
cash, one-third 3 months
months.
7 LOTS. 120x52, facing 8th J
4 lots cleared, small houst. 1
house, 175 chicken.-;; fenced, hj
price $1500, (1000 cash.
$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.
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SPORTIVE   LEVIATHAN
SCARES CREW OF TUG
Seattle, Sept. 13���When the Wfle
tugboat. Mary C- passed RoMftSfufs
point yesterday with a raft of logs
in tow the crew was thrown into wild
excitement when the long sticfts were
tossed about like wisps of hay. The
men were badly frightened until
"Pnget," Captain Red Hughes' pet
whale, emerged from the churning
waters with a derisive spout
"Puget" has created several panics
during he past few weeks by appearing unexpectedly close to the side of
Sound steamboats- Yesterday "Puget" ran close to Pier 14, where he
was plainly seen by several workmen.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
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, 1?,
IS, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
6 ACRES good loam soil, g��
Lot  16,  corner  Blue Mountain
and   Brunette  road,   south iM
roomed   house;   parlor, ditiajl
kitchen and three bedrooms; a
ed;   conservatory 30 or 40 fJ|
heated by pipes;  well; stable;'
15   bearing fruit trees; coasida
stock ready to plant out; 2 skepd
5 acres cleared, light tinker ?���
maining acre;    all fenced;  ijf
from school.   Price $3000; half j
bal. in 6 months at 7 per cent 1
1  Lot 88x132,
$800 cash.
4th avenue, ljij
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Church will hold a social at the home
'{>f  the    Rev.  Dr.  Rugg,    corner    St.
��� 'peorge and Fourth streets, on Tuesday evening of next week-
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The old rule works both ways if you get your dental work
done by the "Boston Dentists." Our operators are all graduate specialists of many years' experience. We employ no others. Their
work, accomplished with tbe aid of the "Boston Dentists'" patented painless methods, is the best known to the profession. Our
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Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART TURNOUTS
GOOD HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Streei
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.,
11 barn 38x70 it., 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.
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27]/_- acres of the best soil, 10 acres
I 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,  2 miles from city
$40 per acre
Two lots on
tween 7th and
18th street, be-
8th avenues.
3 LOTS,    5, 6 & 7,   full sized!
: cleared, upper side of Bth AveisJ
' tween 1st and 2nd Streets. Prict|
' each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from 1st Street!
j 6th Avenue on south side, No.
37 & 38, full size.   Price $1100(9
1 four, or $300 each; half casb.
Double    tenement  house, 4thil
i 3st and 2nd St.;  1 lot,   Price 111
cash half and half in 6 months ill
Rents for $10 each tenant.
2 houses corner or    Merrival    and
Agnes;  full sized lot;    city block 31,
lot 11 j    one house rents for $25, the      40 acres ���� section 14, N. 150!
other $10;   flush  elosets and  all con- 0f jn  2, about 3 miles from bri.
nected    with    sewers.      Price $3,500. ��� jjaworth road, Surrey;   house 1!
Cash $2,000,   balance in 6, 12 and 18 \\y_ storey house, 3 rooms finlil
months at 7 %. \ other 3 can be added upstair!
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Lots  14   and   15 of  1 of 6    of    ,4;with fa���^ red; f;lirlv eM���T.,
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
We Guarantee all Cur Work for 10 Years With a $ F  ("PART
Protective Guarantee gi   * ^TJ'ir,
English Watchmaker
Read Our Prices-
I'iiII sei en teeth $5 and
Hold Crowns  $5
Bridge Work, per tooth... .$5
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Killings
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THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. .DR. A. R. BAKER,  Consulting Dentist.
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Ladles' Gold Watches  from $12.75 up
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.   All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; diaries reason,
ible.
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.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located In a commmandlng
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and 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
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $i,<i(hi
cash, balance easy.
One  mile  from  shingle mill.
$1,200;.  terms half cash, balai_J
months at 7 %.
Full sized lot No. 12 on Rojill
and 8th St. Price $,1050, bait fl
balance at 7 % per annum,
Westerly 4, 11 of 6.'!, Sub.
132x132 corner 100 feet square;]
houses drawing $28 per month.
$5,000, half cash, balance in iia|
months.
160 S.E.  % of Section 26, Dili
10 acres.partly cleared; Kanaka)
running through; good road; omj
nortii   of   Webster's corner;  W
mill and P.O. at the west corner;)
ber worth $7 per acre; cedar;
4  miles    from    Port    Haney.
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, ba'.amt|
ranged.
Large lot and two cottages oil
lumbia street, Sapperton. Bothret|
at $10 each.
Subdivision of lot 16, block 6, com-
One and one-half storey bouse*
full size lot, situated north si*J
Royal avenue and corner of McKW
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hote^
cold water, closet; woodshed;
bearlg fruit trees; streets or W|
sides; fine view. Price $1,81
2V2   storey   house,   10  rooms,   also ! cash.
nioilern    Improvements;  lot   66x132;
lane at back;  part of loLset out with
fruit    trees    and    nice "lawn.    Price
Part of lot 369, joins La
about 70 acres, only $2:
Half cash.   Jump.
1 Corn nni r,
per   acre.
7 lots Xos. Sl to SO and 05, 05 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house,   chicken     house,     177,    choice
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Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
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The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
H.STEWARDSON W.IN. Draper
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
,������
EURO BLOCK,
B. C. Land
Surveyor
NEW WESTMIKSTERj Ellard Hock.   New Westminster, B.C.
O.NKRAL MACHiNh. ANU KflUINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKiuuui and      1
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental Iron WorK, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
DHGME HTKUHiT.
New Westminnter. p. o. 474.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
ED. OOULhIT,
O, P. K. Agent.
,. Kew westuiiuster.
prising some of the finest residential $2,760, $1,r.no cash, balance 0 and 12
sites in the city for sale exclusively montha at 7 per cent.
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the ooraers of Fourth avenue, First street (faoing Queen's
park- and Emory Btreet, comprising
in all ten rilxlliii tool bits facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the cor- chlckeD8i I,orso and r1^ *15��0 cash.
ner lot facing Fourth avenue an ri 1 1-2 house, C rooms and flush
First stree i. held at $1000); two lots 'closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2m1
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600' street on south side; fruit trees. Price
per lot: four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;:$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance af
five lots, $400. Call at our office on I 7 per cent. Size of lot 55x166
Front street and Inspect plans. $3r,0 cash, balance on easy terms.
House, full sized lot, on Keary j Lota IG, 17 and 20 of 11 of 11. Price
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per $500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
month.   Only $1,050. , balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
j    Full sized lot on Royal avenue, be-
I tween Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
|    Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
I Of Gilley road.   $225 per acre'.   Acreage is selling fast at this price.
No. 308.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; U
cash, balance 3 and G 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 nionths at 7 %.
No. 310.~9-roomed House and bath
room, Agnes St. $3,000; % cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %,
No. 312.���8-roomed House and bath
room, Agnes St. Price $2,500; y,
cash, balance 3 an<l 6 mos. at 7 %.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Qu*
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Q��*
Ave.;    52x122 feet; nil cleared;
i alongside  nnd  back.     Price  W
half cash, balance easy at 7 ''
150 acres improved lan I, ; :--iA
and sheds complete, near cl'��verdi
all under cultivation, $15,000.
can handle this, don't delay; il(l
bargain; terms can be arraSfw
2 lots, 20, 21;  No. 20, $170; >'�����'
$175.    Durham
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, flr, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 10, 20, 21, face on 16th
street und Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 1 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, cash.    Single lots at cash.
Lot 14 on Fifth avenue, sub B, 10
of sub I). $300 cash. % cleared; size
5.") feet by 132 feet.
Lot. 6, opposite Knox church, Sapperton, east side Columbia Street on
Car line.   $350 cash.
(corner)
streets.
��rFor the above four properl*
special price will be made to one
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th   St., between!
and Sth Ave.;    2 single nnd 1 li0"1
bedrooms    upstairs,    and I'il,D'
down stairs; parlor, dining rooffli 1
chen and pantry,   Full sized lot JI
ning back to Ash St.   Price *3|S
$1,500 cash, balance at $."'00 perl
at 7 jier cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifti '^
north side between First and S��L
streets, No. 5, 6 an.l 7. Price��
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side "f _"
llton street between Sixth nnd �����'"
streets; $225.
28 acres on Mara road, fi""1^
$160 an acre FOR A FEW "' j
ONLY. One-qtiffrter cash, bal.""!
and 2 years at 7 %.
l lot No, 24 on 13th, street
side of 4th avenue.    Pric $200 ��� Iav.
SEPT. 14,
1907
TKE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
EASTERBROOK  MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TW0 PRIZES ��� First> ?ir); second, $10, for
h, best loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Pro-
rincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IPERIAL   FLOUR - IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed-all that is necessary is that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
cQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
LoNT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
lew Wellington COAL
[AYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
to, FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
TIMBER  NOTICES.
TA'.CE NOTICE that Henry Bl
O'Connor of New Westminster, B.C.
occupation timber cruiser, intends '-)
apply for special timber licenses over
the following described lands, situated in vicinity of Draney and Rivers Inlets, New Westminster Land
District, Coast District Range 2.
1. Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of Timber License llriOS, thence west 40 chains,
thence north SO chains, thence east
! 120  chains,  thence  south   40   chaius,
thence west SO chains, thence south
i 40 chains to point of commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
2. Commencing at a post planted
40 chains west of the southwest cor-
' ner of Timber Liceuse 11,505, theuce
\ east SO chains, thence south 80 chaius
j thence west 80 ciiains, thenoe nortii
so chains to point of commencement,
i and containing. 640 acres more or
less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
A i3USt 23, 11)07.
���;. i'ommencing   at   a   post   plauted
,i) chains west of the southwest corner of Timher License 11,508, theuce
i south  SO  chains,    thence    west    80
ner of Tim'.ier License 11,509, thenee   uer of Timber License 11,509, theuce
south  40   chains,    thence    east   HO
chains, thence uorth 40 chains, thence
west  Itit)   chains    to   ;>oint   of    oom-
mencemeu:. and containing C40 acres
more or less.
li.  tt. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
14. Commencing at a post plauted
Si) chaius west of tiie southwest corner of Timber License 11,509,
thence south so chains,  thence  west
nortb 80 chains, thence west 80
chains, thence south SO chains, tlience
eaat su chains to ptlnt ot commencement, ami containing 040 acres more
or less.
H. tt. O'CONNOR.
August 2",, I 90T.
27. Comment Ing a; a post planted
2ii) ehains wes; of the southwest corner of Timber Liceuse 11.509, theuce
uorth    SO    chaius,    theuce    east   80
SO  chaius,    theme  uorth  SO  chains,. chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
ihence east    SO chains
commencement
acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNO...
August 23, 1907.
15. Conimencing at a post planted
si chains west and 40 chains souta
of the southwest, corner of Timber
License 11,509, thence south 40 chain*
thence east ItiO chains, tlience north
40 chains, theme west 160 chains to
point of commencement, ami c<>n-
taiuin.e; 640 acres more or less.
11.  tt. O'CONNOR.
August 2'., L907.
16. Conimencing at. a post planted
80 chains  west aud 80 chains south
sou who is the sole head of a family.
or any male over IS years of ag''. to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land offlce for the d'.strie't in
which the laml is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connecteel therewith under one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and   cultivation of   the laml in
to point of | west 80 chains to point ot commence- , each yw for three yearg
and  containing   640   meut, and containing 640 acres more
or lesB.
H.  tt. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
28. Commeucing at a post planteei
160 chains north and SO chains east
eif the northwest corner of Timber
License 11,508, thence north SO chains
thence east Si) chains, thence nouth
80 chains, theuce west. 80 chains to
point eif commencement, and containing 010 acres more or less.
II. tt, O'CONNOR,
August 2". L907.
29. Commencing   at   a post   planted
(2) If the father (or mother, it the
father is deceaseel), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the vlciuity
o." the lanel entered for, the requirements as to residence may be satislied
by such person residing with the
father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming laud owned by hlm In the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to resilience may be satlslleel by residence
upon the Bald laud.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the   Commissioner of Do-
of  the   southwest  corner  of   Timber
License-    11,509,    thence    south    80! License 11,608, thenoe south 40 chains
L60 chaina nortb und so chains east l mlnlon L.in,is .��� 0tlawa of itlU,mi,m
of the northwest corner ol   Timber I to apply for patent
Coal lauds may be purchased at $10
per acre for soft coal and $20 for anthracite.      Not  more  than   220 acres
i. .::'. lining    640   acres
M. O'CONNOR.
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
45   MILLIONS
THAT .IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK  WITH
������ The ,      ���
i chains
l east so chain.; to point of commence- . an,i
I ment, and containing 640 acres more . les9-
or  less. "��� H
H. M. O'CONNOR. AuSust -;;. m~-
August 23, 1907. 17. Commencing at a post planted
SO chains west anil .SO chains south
of the southwest corner of Timber
ner ofTimber License 11,608, theuce | License 11,509, thence south so
! nortii 80 chains, thence west SO 1 chaln8' thence west s0 cUalus' thcnce
j chains, thence south 80 chains, thence ' aorth s" cll:iia8< lheacc east SO chains
! cast SO chains to point of commence- jt0 P��int.o�� com mencement, and con
; ment, and contaririi
or less.
H.  M
4. Commencing   at   a   post  planted
40 chains west of the southwest cor-
640 acres more |
O'CONNOR.
tainlng
August 23, 1907.
5. Commeucing  at a  post   planted
640 aci'es more or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23.  1907.
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18. Commencing at a  post planted
160 cliains west ami  SO chains smith
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Hank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
tank of Montreal
; chains, thence east 80 chains, tnence   thence east 120 chains, thence north
i north 80   chains,     thence     west    SO   s0  chains,    thence    west  40  chains,
:"'.. -       ins,thence i chains   to   point  of    commencement,  ^nce south   io chains, thence wost; can be at.q,llrod by one individual or
more or s,) chains to point of commencement,
I anil    containing    640    acres more or
less.
II.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
30. Commencing at a post plante I
120 chains nortii aud 40 chains easl
Of the northwest corner of Timber
License 11,608, thence south 40 chains
thence east 160 chains, thence north
41) chains, theuce west 160 cliains to
point of commencement, and containing 6 to acre.- more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23,  1907.
31. Commencing from a post planted at the southeast corner of Timber
License 11,608, thcucf north 12D
chains, thence east 60 chaius, thence
south 9 1 chains more or less to shore j
of West Arm of Draney's Inlet;
thence south westerlj along shore to
point of co .������ mi ��� . i.i. and containing (Uu ;, res nie.   ��� or less.
H.  tt, O'CONNOR,
August  23,  19ii7.
32. Commencing from a post planted at the northeast corner of Timber
License 11,509, riein'e south 40 chnlns
thence west so chains, thence south.
10 chains, thence east, 120 chains, I VANCOUVER
thence north so chains more or less
to shore of Wesl. Ann of Draney's lulu chains, thence north i20 chains to,                          ^   ��. �������� U'uuwwun.    j tet;   tl)(,nce   wes.leriy  ftlong  sllC)|.u l0
! point  of    commencement,  and   con-.    Augusi 23,1907. I |>oln(. ))f  comm..ncement,    and    con-
|taining ''.IO acres more or less. 20. Commencing at  a post planted  taining 640 acres more or less.
160  chains  north of    the  northwest   o�� the  southwest corner of    Timber
corner   of    Timber   License    11,508,1Llceni ���������-���. ==.-���.. ���- :�� -v- s...-li..i..
thence west  4> chains,  tlience south
theni" west SO chains, thence south
80 chains, theuce east SO chains to
.oint  of  commencement,  and    cou
ld. M. O'CONNOR.
August
1907
B0  chains,    thence    west  49  chains,
��� er.es . iri'.i  40 chains, thence east   v
SO chains, thence north 120 chaius to i laiui,!- ,il" aoreB more '     '"
,' point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR. 19. Commencing al a  posi  planted
August 23. 1907. I 160 chains west and  SO chains south
6. Commencing ai, a post planted of the southwest corner of Timber
'160 chains north of the northwest License 11,509, thence south 80 chains
corner of Timber License 11,608, thence west SO chains, thence north
thence east 80 chains, theuce south j 80 chaius. thence ea3t 80 chains to
40 chains, thence west 40 chains, point- of commencement, and contain-
thence south  Sei chains, thence west | ing 040 acres more or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
V   rust  23. 1907.
company. Royalty at tho rate of ten
cents per ton of 2.000 pounds shall be
collected on the gross output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the interior.
N. B.���Unauthorised  publication of
this    advertisement    will not be paid
ter.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
���rltlnh Columbia Coast Lln*
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without notice).
Steamer. Leaves Vancouver.
Princess Beatrice ... July 6, 1.1 p. ui.
Princess May July 12, 11 p. in.
Princess Beatrice.. .July 19, 11 p. m.
Princess May  July 26, 11 p. ra.
Princess Beatrice.. .Aug.  2,  11   p.  m.
Princess May Aug. 9,  11  p. ra,
Princess Beatrice.. .Aug. 16, 11  p.m.
Princess May  Aug, 23, 11 p.m.
Princess Beatrice.. .Aug. 80,  tl p.m.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
fee throughout Canada and New to'undland, and  in  London,  England,
j.Nc.v York, Chicago and  Spoka ne, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Gen-
|e.a". Banking Business Transac ted.
|s oi Credit issued, available wi tl correspondents in all  i.arts of the
\)i Bank Department.     Deposits   received in sums of $1 and upwards,
Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per aunum  (present rate,   added
Ifour times a year.
I Assets over  $168,000,000.00.
KW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
lup Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
���'AI.KKlt,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager,
A GENERAL  BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Ii. M. O'CONNOR.     I 240 chains west and 80 chains south
August 23, 1907. j 0[  the southwest   comer  of  Timber
7. Commencing at a post planted License 11,509, thence north 80 chains
160 chains north of the northwest thence west 80 chains, thence south
corner of Timber License 11,508,' SO chains, thence east SO chains to
thence north SO ohalns, thence west j point of commencement, and contain-
80  chains,   thence south  80  chains, lag 640 acres more or less.
thence east    80 chains    to point ofl il. M. O'CONNOR,
commencement,  and    containing 640     August 22, 1907.
acres more or less, i    21. Commencing at  a  post planted
ii.  M.  (i CONNOR.      240 chain,  west and  80  chains south
Augusi 23, 1907. of  the  southwest  corm".' of Timber
8. Commencing at a post planted License 11,500, thence south 80 chains
,,.,��� ehains north of the northwest thenoe west so chains, thence north
,,,,,,���,. ,,: vriri.e-r License 11,508, 80 chains, thence east 80 chains to
thence north 80 chains, theuce east point of commencement, and contain-
80 chains, thence south 80 chains, lag 640 acres more or 1
thence west SO chains to point, of
con nencement, and containing 610 Augusi
ir;-. s more oi le i, 22. Commi acing -it  a
H. M. O'CONNOR.      146 chains easl and  20 rinaius south
Augusi 23, I 107. of the south end of Goose Bay In Rlv-
9. Commencing al a posi planted ers Inlet, thenoe north 80 chains.
240 chains nor :. ol rie' aorthwesl thence wesl 80 chains, thence south
corner of   Timber    License    11,608,180 citrine,  thence east SO chain    to
point of i immenci ment, and contain-
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August  23,  1907.
33. Commencing from a post planted 40 chains  eaat of   the  northeast
; corner    of    Timber   License   11,509,
thence  south  80 chains, thence east.
ISO  chains,    thence  north  80 cnains, I
I more or  less,  to shorn of  West Ann
'of  Dralney's   Inlet;   thence westerly
along Bhore  ii)  peiint  of commencement, and containing 640 acres mora
or less.
II.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907,
H. M. O'CONNOR
1907
!ng 640 I
Sales   Noies
FARMERS'  BANKING.
facility afforded   Farmers  for   their banking   business.
5he'l  or  taken   for collection.
PANKING  hy  MAIL���Deposits  may be made or withdrawn oby pall.
tei town accounts  receive every attention,
''"' >v WESTMINSTER BRANC H-H. R DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVEN INGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK
._        BULLETIN;
Nl Northern Railway
ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
AND RETURN
' - mi sale Sept. ll. 12. 13, account Jamestown Expo-
ill oa,    Return   L mlt,  Nlnet)   Da; s.
in., is from New Westminster;    $60   trom    8������ ���' ���
Sl!"" ''.itcs apply to Duluth;  proportionately low rates from
Washington and Oregon points    Rate to   Chicago:    M-<"
' "  rates to Omaha, Kansas City,   St. Louis,   and man;
"''���' Eastern points.
ODDFELLOWS'   MEETING.   BLAINE,   WASH..     Sept.   6th
' I trip tare $1.50, children 75c.     Special train leaves
~''v Westminster at 6:46 p, m.; arrives at B'.aine 7:4o p.
Returning leaves Blaine 2:00 ft, m.i  arrives Westm.n-
a. m.   Tie:   ��� . :-- ;.; tor return passage S ipt. ��� ���'���
:00
,,. north  li i ' riri .,  thi.,< e wi si
;o , h iii -.    thence Bouth  80 chaina
thence ea       i chains to po nl ot com-
,....  ,.    nt, ai I ��� onl lining 640 ai r i
. or less,
It. M   O'CONNOR.
Augusi  j . 1907,
10, Comn "in Ing al a post planted
.mi, chains north ol th northwea
corm r ot Timber License i L.508,
thence north JO ch iin . then ie i a i
mi chain i, then.-1' soutl 80 chi i.e .
thence wesl 80 ch iins to polnl of
commencem mt, an i i otttalning 640
aci a moi s or less,
ll, M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907,
11, Commencing al a poi I plan < I
290 . hains n irth and 80 ch ilns wesl
ot the northwesl corner ot Tim er
License ll,508,thence south SOchains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
I o , halns, thence east 80 chains I i
point ol commencement, and containing nm acres more or less.
It. tt, O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1007.
12, Commencing at a post planted j north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains
390 chains north and SO chains west, ���������.,, (1|. if.a, l0 shore of Goose Ray;
ol the northwest corner of Timber|thence southerly, easterly and north-
License ll,508,thence north 80, chains,!$H��terly around shore of bay to a
thence west so chains, thence south  po|nt ttorth nf ])ogt; thence south 80
0  ch ins.   thence east  80  chains to  r)ia|ns ,mirp 0r loss to point of eom-
of    commencement,   and   con-  meUCOfljent, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
H, M. O'CONNOR.
Augusi 23, 1907,
23. Commencing al a post planted
; i:, chains easl and 20 (halns south
of nie. iout* en I ot Ooose Buy In Riv-
e rs Islet, thence south 80 chains,
thenoe wesl 80 chains, thence, north
0 i halns. thence easi 80 chain'., to
polnl of commencement, and containing <'.i'e acres more or less.
It.  M, O'CONNOR.
August ril. 1907.
ri. Commencing al a post pla iti i
65 chains cast and 20 chains south of
the south end ot Ooose Bay in Rivers
[nlet, thence south 64 chains, thence
wesl   100  chains,    thence    nortii  84
DISTRICT OF NEW WESTMINSTEh
TAKE NOTICE that I, J, P.Thompson, of New Westminster, B. C,
posl planted cruiser, Intend to apply tor special
timber licenses over the following
described lands:
I. Commencing al a posi set on
the Bouth bank of Cypress Creel!
about three anei a halt miles wesl
from Silver Creek, which runs Into
ii.H ri ton Lake; th i. a north eighty
chain.!, wes t'Uhly chaini., south
eighty chaius. and aasl eighty chains
to point  or commencement
,i   P, THOMPSON,
VICTORIA SE=>TTLE
ROUTE
SS   Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vancouver I  p-m, daily except Tuesday.
Leaves Seattle il. midnight dally.
Leaves Victoria Trill ani- daily excepl Tuesday, tor Vancouver.
SS. C.harmer
Leaves  Vancouver   11:30  pin   daily
except Sunday.
Leaves Vlotorla I p-m, daily except
Sunday.
SS   Princess May cr Princess Royal
Leaves Victoria 12 midnight Mondays.
Leaves Vancouver l  p.m. Tuesday.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
8.S. Rithet
Leaves   Victoria   on   Tuesday   ��ud
Friday at 7 a.m., and leaves Neu Wesl
minster on Wednesday and  Saturday
at 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
8. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver  Ly30 p-m. eiaiiy,
excepl Sunday.   Friday and Saturday
leaves at  I   p.m-
WEST COAST ROUTE.
���S S Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p-m��� 1st and Ith
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7Hi of ��a< li
month for Quatstno and way ports;
uuth of each month for Ahcus it, Qunt-
2. Commencing at a post set on > slno, Cape Soott .'ind way ports
the south bank of Cypress Greek
about three anel a naif miles west
ii'oiii Silver Creek, which runs Into
Harrison Lake; thence west eighty
chains, south forty chains, east one
hundred anil sixty chain-t, north forty
cha ins,     and   west   eighty  chains   to
point    Of    COUimen'-eilielll..
J. P, THOMiViUN.
",. Commencing at a post set on the
railway   belt,  line    distant .about six
chains    thence east,    ioo chains to I miles north of the north shore of Har-
p. Int of fiiniinencerfient., and containing 840 acres more or less,
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1007.
25. Commencing at a post planted
65 chnins east and 20 chains south of
the south end of'Ooose Bay in Rivers
Inlel. thence west. 100 chains, thence
rison Lake; thence west eighty
chains, south eighty chains, oust
eighty chains, an.l north eighty chains
to iKiint of commencement*
J.  P. THOeMPSON.
New  Wesl minster, B.C.,
August  lUth,  1907.
Phcne t94,
'���  A ROSS, Assistant General Pass
P. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B- C.
\gt... Seattle, Wash.
HBEffBB
point
taining 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 28, 1907.
13, Commencing at a  post  planted
80 chains west of the southwest cor-
8YNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN
STEAD  REGULATIONS.
more or less. >	
H. M. O'CONNOR.    , available Dominion Lands with-
20. ConnnencinK at  ft post planted   '" the Railway Belt in British Colum-
240 chains west of the southwest cor-   bla, may be homesteaded by any per-
LOWER f��RASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster dully except Sunday at 2 p-m. with additional
trip Monday at ���"' utn
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday nml Saturday at
J a. ru.; Friday at 6 a. m. additional
trip Saturday 5 ,p. m.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
8. 8. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, S a. in.
.Mondays, Weelnesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Cbllllwfick 7 a. m, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays calling at
landings between New Westminster
ini Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
SS. Amur or Princess Beat-ice
I<eaves Vancouver at 8 p.m. 2nd
md llth of each month, calling at
Skldegate ou flrst trip and Bella Coola
in second trip. Time on arrival and
leparture are approximate.
Por   reservations   and   Information
nall or address
BO. QOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
B. J. COYL1,
Aest. Gen. Pase. Agent, Vancouver.
J  W  TROUP
Qerteral Superintendent. Victoria,   j
�����     '"
I Page eight
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
���
&
Fire!
SATURDAY SEpT
Fire!
Protect your home and your business againsi loss by FIRE-
I  am agent  for Guardian Assurance Co.,  Ltd,  of  London,  Eng,
security $42.908,870;    Mercantile  Fire  Insurance   Co-,  Ltd.,   security
%lH,vl2,'24',;     and  the  Sovereign  Fire Assurance Co.,  Ltd-,  security
12,000,000.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
is prepared, packed and shipped
with every care. It travels straight
to your table in absolute purity.
153
IWJ.KERRJ
fOWLER CERTAINLY HAS
VIVID IMAGINATION
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
REAL   ESTATE, INSURANCE, AUCTIONEER.
Seattle Trouble Maker Peddles Hot Air About Vancouver Riots.
! showing a fair crit*rion of their ahil-
ity. Any work from tie pen ~W
Charles A Hoyte needs no comment,
as success greeted him on every
hand-    "A  Trip    to Chinatown,''     "A
! Black Sheep," "A Brass Monkey" and
! many other comedies by this author,
have created laughter wherever they
have   been   presented-
Blunder, being pushed into politics
as congressman frcni Texas, cuts a
peculiar figure in Washington, that
center of brains, wealth and duplicity.
The troubles of his wife and daughter
to break the crust of society is amusing to say the least, while the office
seeker professional lobbyist, and c<5\v-
boy friends,  lend atmosphere to this
picturesque invention-
Warehouse For Rent
First class brick warehouse on Front
street.    We will rent this cheap.
BUY
160 acres near Abbotsford for $1200 and
double your money inside of 6 months.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. m
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
School Opening
THIS WEEK we are busy making it interesting
 I for the School Children, with opening up
jl school   Supplies
������������
II
x
NEXT WEEK the School Children will be busy
making it interesting for us.
J.J. MACKAY 6f COS
BOOKSELLERS        STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS
�����������������������������
We, the undersigned, Reed Manufacturing Co- of Newark, New
York, DO HEREBY CERTIFY thai Bryson & Sous of New
Westminster has an agenoy for REED'S PATENT ANTl-
RUSTING    TINWARE.
We hereby warrant and puarantee against rust each and
every piece of our Anti-R'isting Tinware. Should an.v lie returned insted nt any time., ve guarantee to replace same wiih
new goods, free of charge.
In  witness wlHT'if, we have hereunto affixed our cor-
[Seal]       porate seal and sUniture this 3rd day of June, 1907.
REED   MANUFACTURING  COMPANY
BRYSOIN & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 ��� AGENTS
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Just Received:
Carload of
BRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
Gilley Bros, Ltd I
City Voters7 List
Seattle, Sept 111���Were the government authorities to act upon the advice of A. B. Fowler, secretary of the
' Japanese-Korean Exclusion league, expressed during a speech by him at the
meeting of the league hefeT in the
labor temple last night, an army of
1000 special men would be sworn in
without delay and be held in readiness
a a momen'e notice to resist any show
of armed hostility upon the part of
.Japanese of this and iieighiHirffig
cities-
"Further than this," said the speaker, "the authorities ought to disarm
every Jap on the coast before they
have a chance to act. 'i hey are prepared for an outbreak���more so than
you who have not investigated the
matter would think���and they are
daily better preparing themselves by
the purchase of firearms aiitl by perfecting a closer organization."
"Jape are almost without exception,
trained soldiers, and able bodied men.
"; They are  perfectly organizSa every
i where,  so  that   at   a   moment's call,
they   can   be     brought   logeuier     as
I a unit.   This was done in   Vancouver
! during the riot,  when at the call o?
! a   bugle every   available  Jap  in   the
! town was called in at ence and in per-
j feet military order-    The quickly assembled army sent ,a scout   out   to
| ascertain   the   state   of  affairs,    and
| found  it  was  not so serious as was
I feared, and as they had been called
, together  by  the assembly  caTl,  they
! were  given  tbe call  to  dismiss  and
I they all  retreated in perfect order-
"Every Jap in the country is Ttept
track  of���he must make regular re-
I ports to his consul, so that the em-
I peror can know at once exactly where
every one of his subjects is iff-case
' he is wanted for military    duty.    So,
| perfect is this organization that within a very few days' time Japan OodTO
: mobilize on the Pacific coast an army
of 100,000 trained and armed soldiers.
; This  army could  capture every  gun
j and   every   arsenal   on   the     Pai_1nc
coast within  twenty-four hours.'
In this connection the speaker dwelt
| .nt   considerable  lengui   upon   the inefficiency    of    the   TniUri    States'
coast defense and Its utter unprepar-
edness  for  a conflict.    ' I  tell    you,
gentlemen," he said, "while 1 do not
want to pose as  an  alarmist,  l   behooves  us to  be  ready to act if "we
have to, and to take immediate steps
townrd   forestalling   the   necessity   of
armed   action.     Right here  on   Puget
sound there are 18,000 Japs, Ifi.000 of
whom   are  able   bodied  .and    trained
soldiers, and fanatics, and the United
States   would   be   powerless  to  resist
such  an  army  on   short notice''
This army of 18,000 men in Washington, said Fowler, is direcly under
the- thumb of C- T. T.akahafiHar- "vir-
ually owned by him"
"Vancouver," said Fowler, "has
taken stops to resist the Japanese by
raisin;; an army of 400 men, and Immediately after the recent om'lirorilio
delegates were sent up on the. F?S3er
river among the Indian fishermen who
have been displaced by Japam se. with
an appeal to Help the whiles In eas"
of trouble, and every Indian ha< responded to a man."
'.'^Z*Z*Z*ZaiZ*r*Z*��Z<*>Z^^
ll   I
ta
WE WANT Koi
TO SEE OUR-
New
Dressl
Goodi
-V��JU to Jo
The easiest way for
is to call on us the next timJI
are down town
You   will     surely   ���,:>:��� to
largest and best stock ol NEJ��1I
FABRICS  befor iclding what
K'rials you will hav,  In your col
We    mention    here a few sm
     cloths of quality:
Spot Proof Amazon Cloth, a cloth which we have handled for
and which we sell at the same price 'despite advances in cost J
ors fawn, brown, navy, cardinal, green, grey, resedo, an.l black
special price, per yard.
De  Laval
Cream
{Separator!
54-inch  Suitings���A large variety of patterns and colors in mat��_
which are made by the best mills  of  Canada and    Knjdand-
yard      85c. $1 00. $1 25 and. J
Cloths for Children's Dresses, 30c and 35c per yard \ large rad
of smart cloths for school and other wear in plain and fancy a
terials;   width  40 inches.    Per yard     30c. 35c toS
NEW BRAIDS for TRIMMlM
You have been waiting for a new trimming for some time, pn*)
ably.   See the new draw braids in plain and fancy designs; all
ors suiting the various combinations of colors in dress goods,
| ANDERSON
| y LUSBY |
W.S.COLUSTER&G
THE  STORE  FOR  HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street, ��� - New Westmin
ADVERTISE  IN  THE NE!
ONE
A Texas Steer.
Tonight Hoyte's comedy of westerners forced into society at Wusn-
Ington, will be produced at the opera
house- This piece had a long run .at
Ihe .Madison Square theater, New Y rii
and was seen here previously. The
work of the stock company tan be
compared   with  the  road    company,
DAY ONLY
Saturday, Sept. 14 th
Best  B. C. Granulated   SUGAR
90c
per
sack
Notice   is   hereby   given   that    the
Voters' List for the year 1907    haa
been  completed,  and   that  the  same
may be seen al this office for thirty
days from the date hereof;   and any
person  who shall claim  to  be added
to the said Voters' List, or any Elector who shall    desire    to    have any
name erased  therefrom,  must prefer
his or her request  in writing, signed
with  his or her name, and shall deliver or cause same to he delivered
to the City Clerk   within    the    linn
hereinbefore specified.
W. A. DUN JAN.
City Clerk;
City Clerkri office. City Hall,
New 'VYestmilister, Aug, GO, ItdT.
Royal Ave., lot, well situated        $800, easy terms
Fifth Ave., lot 99x99, splendidly situated,
$800, easy terms
THIS PROPERTY WILL MAKE YOU MONEY
w
'e_I��   l'��
ToTany "one buying $5.00 worth of goods  on  SATURDAY,
Sept. Hth, at
Kyle's Good
THE  HOME OF PLENTY
255 Front Street
���       :       PHONE   276      ,      .
Orders Carefully Made Up and Delivered to All Parts of the City
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