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 PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY.
AUGUST
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Voting Contest
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i A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES |
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
RUSSIA REBUILDS
EASTERN DEFENCES
Opera House Bookings
Irving   Bee'-s,   Mgr.
Aug.30
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Defensive System of Siberia
Is to be Entirely Remodeled-Vladivostock the Place
Oct.
THIS KLEGANT 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. 2:ird, 1907, and will close Jan. 23rd,
1908, at 7 ii. m.
A liallot box Is placeel in D S. Curtis & Co's drug store, where
votes are to be deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having received the largest number of votes will lie awarded the
library.
Current   accounts   when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by trading with the firms listed below.
Library  is on  exhibition at W.  E. Fales'  furniture store.
D. S. Curtis will count the votes.
.Rip Van Winkle
Mrs. Temple's Teleirram
10 For Mother's Sake
19 Isle of Spice
20 Josh Perkins
26 R. L. Borden
2 Sons of Scotland .riiiree
3 Thorns & Orange Blossoms
4 Thorns & Orange Blossoms
8 In the Bishop's Carriage
10 The Time, Place and Girl
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
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    Confections,     Ice   Cream
E.  RUSHTON  & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Gen.  Repairing
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES
S.   H.  Thompson, Prop.
Washington, Aug. 27���Russia is
gradually but more thoroughly rearranging her military dispositions and
fortified bases in the far east, as a
result of the late war, according to
advices from that quarter of the
globe.
Formerly Harbin was the centre of
the defensive system of Siberia, but
the displacement of the Russians on ' Mar. U
the Liaotung penisula by the Japan- ; Apri
ese and the occupancy by the latter
of the Important spur from the Trans-
Siberian railroael running southward
to Dalny has made the existing Russian lines of defence unsafe.
Particularly is tbe only great Pacific seaport. Vladivostok, endangered
so far as concerns the line of communication /ith Siberia anl Russia
overland.
Therefore tiie Russians have removed tlielr military base back into
Siberia, as far
Irkutsk, which is to be extensively
fortified, with the town of Chita as
an advance station.
To carry out the plan for the improvement of the communication of
Vladivostok It will be necessary to
construct another line of railroad to
connect Chita with that fortified sea-
port, which, in the Russian plans, is
evidently to be made even more
Impregnable than Port Arthur was
supposed to be.
������   12  Mavor of Tokio
'���  17 A Wife's Secret
������  30 Raffles
Nov.  7 Isabel Irving
"    9 Tilly Olsen
"  13 Florence Roberts
"  19 Holy City
" 26 Sarah Truax
Dec. 18 Uncle Tom's Cabin
 Are You Crazy?
Jan. 25 Devil's Auction
 Buster Brown
Paul Filmore
1 Sis in New York
8 The Burgomaster
Mav 27 A College Boy
DATES OF FAISa.   1907.
Official   List of   Exhibitions  Throughout the  Dominion.
WHEN GOING EAST
\=K THE TICKET AGENT
   TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yen
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COxMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gasj the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
i6 section sleepers, luxurious dining
;ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, li-
brar�� and striking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further  information call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
The following is the official list of
fairs and exhibitions slated    to   take
place  throughout the  Dominion    this
fall.    With the  possible exception  of;
Central Park, the dates are certified |
is the great town of j correct  by the  manager 0f the Xew j
Westminster exhibition, Mayor W. H.
Keary.
Washington state fair, North Yakima, Sept. 23 to 28, G. A. Graham.
Secy.
Central Canada exhibition, Ottawa,
Sept, 13 to 21, E. Mcltahon, Seer.
Dominion    exhibition,    Sherbrooke, I
Que., Sept. 2 to 4, William Tomllnson, I .   .   .. ������������,������ ���f
* ' ; And all the principal business centers of
Secy' ONTARIO. QUEBEC and  the MARL
Canadian national   exhibition,   To- TIME PROVINCES.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Canadian Pacific Rajiv
British Columbia coait
Service.
TIME TABjf
B. C. Coast Line Servi!
ALASKA ROUTE
l Subject to change wlthoui
Steamer. Leaves v
Princess Beatrice ... juu .'
Princess May jm  '   '
Princess Beatrice.. ."'
Princess May   '.',.
Princess Beatrice.. .Aug. 2
Princess May Aug 9'
Princess Beatrice... ,\ug  j.
Princess May  A��g 2j
Princess Beatrice...Aug, 30J
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA j
S.S. Princess Victoria !eaveii|
ver, 1 p.m. daily.
Leaves Victoria dally      : |
VIC1ORIA-8BATTLE ROl
PRINCESS BEATRIcf
Leaves Victoria dail   bxcsdI
at 8:30.
VICTORIA      NEW     WEST
ROUTE.
8.S. Rithet
Leaves    Victoria   on   Tued
Friday at 7 a.m., and '  ivi
minster on Wednes .
at 7 a.m.
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DEADLY  DUST.
Automobiles Responsible for New Disease Which Proves Fatal.
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REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia  Street
FOR Willi NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
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Kastport, X. Y.. Aug. 27.���Deat.i
here, directly attributed by physicians
to inhaling eilsea.se germs in the dust
raised by automobiles, has increased
the hostility 0;' the farmers and others living hi the eastern end of Long
Island against automobile owners.
There has been a severe drought in
this section and consequently the
roads have been dusty this summer.
Marly in the season many of the residents contracted a elisease of th
throal due to the germs In the flying
dust raised by automobiles. Characterized by chills, sore throats and
nausea, it generallj terminated In a
few days l,���nviug the victim as well
as before. The receni death of one of
Its victims, however, and the serious
illness of other- from the same malady have produced more antagonism
against automobiles than ever before ���''>'
existed.
ronto, Ont., Aug. 26 to Sept.  9, J. O.
Orr, Secy.
Fredericton exhibition, Fredericton,
IN. B., Sept. 14 to 21, \V. S. Hooper,
Secy.
Xelson exhibition, Xelson, B. C
Sept IS, 1? am! .20, D. C. McMorris,
Secy.
Kelowna exhibition, Kelowna, B.C..
Sept. 19 and 20, j. \v. Wilks. Secy.
Kamloops exhibition, Kamloops. B.
('., Sept. 19, 20, and 21, M. Beattle,
Secy.
Armstrong exhibition, Armstrong,
U. C, Sept. 21 and 25, J. B. Bird.
Secy.
Vernon exhibition, Vern in, B. C,
Sept. 26, 27 and 28, ('. Go lv In, Sit; .
Salmon Arm exhibition, Salmon Arm
B. C.Se'pt. 30, Oct. 1, .T.D.McGnire,
Secy.
Agassiz exhibition, Agasslz, B.C.,
Sept.  2nd, A. Agassiz. Secy.
Mission exhibition, Mission, B.C.,
Sept.  17, A.M.Verchare, Secy.
Chiiliwack    exhibition,    Chiiliwack,
B.  C, Sept. IS and 1!', G. Vri Chad-
Sec>.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ano
PH11 ADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
F��r Time Tables, eti?., address
GEO. W. VAJX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, U.5 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
DENTIST   DISLOCATES
HIS PATIENT'S  NECK
Chicago, Aug. 27���George Davis. 38
years of age, died In the county hospital yesterday of what was diagnosed   bj   ; 13 sii lans  as  a   broken ne6k,
S   Davi     wenl   to  the  hospital about   a
* week   ago, complaining of a  pain in
* his neck. His right arm was paralyzed
* a; I the da following his arrival, he
���' - attacked with severe pains in
the Bpinal column.   He told the phys-
ins that  he had gone to a dentlsl
*! 10 have a tool    . xtracte I,   The tooth
: was   difficull   to   extract   and   Davis
tid thai  1 he di ntist had jerke 1 him
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Just Received:
Carload of
BRIQUETTES
si vi rely.    It is 1 ell eve 1 by the physicians   thai diBloi ated   ;
rtion 0      1 il imn In  thi
neck ley his ji rks,
Maple Ridge exhibit! in, V irt Haney,
Sept. 26, H. Ferguson, Sec  .
Coqultlam exhibition, C jultl im,
Sept.  27. K.A.Atkins, Secy.
Richmond exhibition, Eburne, Oct.
9 and  10.    A. B. Dixon, Sec.
Delia exhibition, Ladner, Sept. 20
and 21, A.deR, Tavlor, Secv.
Surrey exhibition. Surrey Center.
Sept.  24, H.   Bose, Secy.
Victoria exhibition. Victoria, B.C.,
Sept. 2! to 28, .!. Smart, Secy.
Langley exhibition, Langley, B.C.,
Sept. 25, W.J.Mcintosh, Secy.
Central Park exhibition, Central
Park, Sept. 19-20-21, 1907, \Y. J,
Cunningham, Secy.
Provincial exhibition,    New   Westminster,   Oct 1. 2, ::, 3, 4, :,, W.H.
Keary, Secy.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between ali
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Speikane with the Greal
Northern, Northern Pac'tic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage  Hii'.y for  Republic.
BtifT'.''. service on trains between
SpoV .ne   and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10.
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane    7.15 p.m
12.25 p.m Rossland  ....4.10 p.m
g.40 a.m Nelson   6.45 p.m
H. A. [ACKSON.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO Rl
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver dally at |
WEST   COAST   ROUT
Steamer Queen CityJ
Leaves Victoria at  11 n,
7th, and 14th each month (I
quot;   leaves Victoria   on
Quatsino and way points.
LOWER FRASER RIVER!
Steamer Transfer |
Leaves  Xew   Westmlnstei
day,   Tueseiay,   Wednesday,
and Friday at  3 p   m   an I
at 2 p. 111. with ali;': ...... trli
day at 6 a. ul
Leaves Steveston Monday,
Wednesday; Thursday and Sa)
7 a. m.;  Frldaj  at 6 a. m,
trip Saturday 5 p, m.
UPPER  FRASER RIVER
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New   WestminsterJ
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. ni.|
Thursday   and   Saturdays
lanillngs   between   New  V-'i
and Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. R0l|
S. S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at  8
and   10th   of  each  month.
Skidega'.e on first trip and
on second trip. Time on afl
departure  are  approximate,
For   reservations   and  li
call or address
ED. GOULJ
Agent, New Wests
E. J. ���1
A��st. Uen. Pass   Agent, V inl
J. W. TROI
General Superintendent. Vf
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
Northei
Pacifi
Three
Transcontiner
Trains Daih
Travel <>n the Famoui
"NORTH COAST I.IMIT|
Electric-lighted train.   I.|,w1
Quick Time. Excel!   U
Excursion  rates  to all  points  Easi
July   3rd,  4tli  and   ath;    August Sth, ,._ .    .      ... .
Oth aud 10th.   Tickets good for three New York' Chicago,
months. Toronto, 51
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
I   I Gilley Bros. Ltd
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Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
$50,000 fcr Salvation Army.
Toronto, (Int., A  g, :T   The scheme
by which Sen itor Co>   I - to lend the
Salvation   Vrmy $50, i    tee    further
; heir i olonlzatlon pi ms, has been ap- I
: roved by Genera] Bo il ee and only
awail _ ratification by the n itor. 'I h ���
Onl trio ove araenl i un ! ir a
scheme to sell two b indre l an I thirty
thousand acres comprising ten townships in Nlplsslng al twenty-five
('���nts an acre and if Senator Cox
finds the land fit for colonization it
I will doubtless be pushed through.
Extra!    Special!
30  DAYS  ONLY
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
$15.OO    Up
Rest of Trimming.     Best of
Workmanship.     Cut to  Fit.
M.IAN0W, Up-to-date Tailor
247 Front Sf
H. STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
PILAR!) BLOiiK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
Wtt
Clqilld Otneer instantly restores
the b. .j.iant newness and finish of
Pianos, Furniture, Picture Frames
Interior Woodwork, Hardwood
Floors, and all polished, varnished
or enameled surfaces.
It renews and redresses everything it touches. Revarni3hing is
unnecessary, becauses scratches,
stains and dirt instantly disappear, leaving a smooth, brilliant
surface.*
Clquld Utllttr is not a varnish, but
a surface food that is absorbed by
the old finish, instantly restoring
the latter to it3 original brightness. Easy to use���only a piece
of cheese cloth is necessary. Drie3
instantly.
One delighted customer writes
that it is worth $100 per bottle.
The price is only 50 cents.
* law trial bottle* at lOe. cicft
���told by
UTRAPPICIUtil.
ED.  GOUl.l'JT,
(.;. Jri K. Agent.
New  Westminster.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE ami .'..\i,ri
WOKK.
HHIP SMITHING, Hiujjuiij aui
STRUCTURAL IKON    WOKK
Ornamental  iron   worn,  mciuai
Fences, Gates, Fire  Kscniies, err
Mail orders and correspondence
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE STREET.
New Westmlnntfr. f  u   ���
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office 'Phone ISS.      j.ot-d 'mon* 18'
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly ie.  \i,
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offlun���Train  Oenot
W. IN.' Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New W����triln��tar. 8.C
AND ALL POINTS
Steamshir Tickets i n ali
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Ratel   M
Rates   to   Southern   Call''
For full Informtion call ""  ,
C. B. LANG, General Ag
430 Hastings St., Vancouve
A. D. CHARLTfl
Portl
TAKE
The White Pj
and Yukon Rj
for CONRAD. CARCROSM
WHITE HORSE, DAWSi
FAIRBANKS. Dai ���'���'"M
Sunday) carrying Passengnl
express and Ereight co 1
stages at Carcross and wni-i
maintaining a through wi
Foi information apply to
J.  H.   ROGERS,  Traffic
Vare.'onvrr.
J.HENLI
Manufacturer
ot
Mineral Waters,
Aerated Watei
Tel
Family Trade a Specialty.
m Office. Blfl"l
NEW   WESTMINSTER. UsDAV-
AUGUST   28,   1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
FORTY IRISHMEN       '
ARRESTED IN ONE DAY
EAT
COPYRIGHTCD DTT" .    ' ..'.'
tee our window for a special line
Ieege and Tweed Suits, all sizes...
of
$10.00
A complete line of the famous "Stetson" Plat
inal! shapes and shades, in the leading styles.
Took Part in "Unlawful Assemblage Likely to Cause
A Riot."
Longford,   Ireland, Aug.  27���Junes
ri  I, Irish nationalist member of ]
amenl   te r   Morth   Langfor 1,  an.l j
'  ,   ..e ... arrest* n ��� ai ly to-
��� lng tried :,;��� a sjie- j
'   i i'ii.' ned  tor the  purpose,
���a thi     barg.   ol taking pari  in "an
i .   ���mi: assemblage, llk< ly  I i cause i
Mr, Pai rell   .      .��� en holding meet-
throughout his constituency, iit
which exciting scenes   occurred   be- j
eveen  aal  ma I   -  and  mem iers    uf j
Sin ,   Fi in  goi n ty,     1"  a edition,
ha .<���   bei n  driven  trom
H   gi  zing landa district  which, the
ition  alleges,   was   encouraged,
;   Mr.   Fart-ell  and other    speakers.
<arge forces of ]   lice an   being dis-
��� e here, trouble being anticipated.     Mr,   Farn 11   is   the  editor   and
toi   .ei the Longford Leader, a
1 '.  list   n. v, apaper   circulating   in
tii a of Longford, Westmeath,
Roscommon and Leitram, and is the
ithoi     I "A   History of the County
I Longford."   At the genera ejection
of  1900  he   was  returned  uwjjppsed
from     North     Longford,    f^wecdin.-'
Justin McCarthy, who resigned.
NEMO
��ND
Follow' directions
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric.
f ive Cents A Bar
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
FRIDAY, Aug. 30
DAVID   CLIPPORD
"Rip VaiWinkle"
PRICES���25c,   50c   and   75c.
AT
ILIPS, Wardrobe Clothier
Monday Nigh*, Sept. 1
MARJORIE   RAMBEAU   apti'
her   Eastern  Stock   Company
��� IN ���
"MERELY MARY ANN"
FEMALE   LOCK-OUT.
PURE GOODS ARE
[OWan'S Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallions, Etc.
Wan's CaKe Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
45    MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   BANK   WITH
The =
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
total assets OVER
45,000,000
We welcome small ace emits and pay interest four times
'year un Savings Hank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
pank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  $14,400,000.00
RESERVE             $11,000,000.00
hai . ��� euVcwada'andNewIoundland, and In pondon England,
| Ne* York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A ->en
IN Banking Business Transacted. . ,,..
N Credit issued, available wi-L correspondents in all Darts or
Uk Department.     Deposits  received In sums of $1 and upwards
N Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (pre
iresent rate) added
lour t
11 Assets i
lmes a year.
N'EW
r $168,000,000.00.
' Westminster branch.
G. D, BRYMNER. Manager
Canadian Bank j Commerce
f Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
|r HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO- ge).
��� M'"Ki:ii, President. ALEX. LAIRD. Qenei
A GENERAL BANKING    BUSINGS TRANSACTED.
I, FARMERS' BANKING.
Polity aff0rded  Farmers for   their banking  business.
hiv,.,0r take"  for collection. .,,,nOT 0by mail.
T^a  BY  MAIL-Deposita  may be made or withdrawn
n ���l''ninis  receive every attention.
** ^STMINSTER BRANOH-H. R. DAVIDSON,��-P��
0P^N   SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O CLOCK.
Winnipeg     Has    Its    First    Woman's
Labor Trouble,
Winnipeg, Aug. 2b���A number   ol
the female   employes of the Scotland j
\Voolen  mills factory were distributing handbills on the streets this af- j
ternoon, setting forth ilie trouble that j
has  arisen  between tha management ]
ami th���  employes of that    company
Yesterday furnished the first instance
among   the  many  labor troubles    in
Winnipeg of women strikers soliciting
the interests of the public    in their
behalf.    The handbills    wbicb    have
been   handed   out  are  authorized   by
the lor-;.:  branch i 1  the  United Gar
'.:������ n1 Wi rkers' union, nnd call the attention  oi  the  peopl i to the alleged
fact  thai  the Scotland Woolen mills
i ij ��� have dismissed all their employes, some sixty In number, refusing to give ;iny reason for sn doing.
The �� mployea ai s of the opinion ' hat
this act ion lias been brought about
by the' desire of the firm to run an
open shop and disregard the union.
The managemeni of the firm declare
that they are about to drop this portion of the business and carry on a
retail trade only. On the other hand
ihe employes claim that attempts aie
being made to engage non-union labor
for the ostensible purpose of i uti -
uing ibe' w< i k.
FOR THE BEST
Photograph
MONEY CAN BUY
AT ANY PRICE
VISIT
proisbN It
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=HAVE YOU VISITER
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IOISON
MOWttOtO
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ICOISON
l.rtcOBOs
THE
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[r.eo noufcerc,
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TOO  MUCH  PREACHING
ANNOYS  WINNIPEGERS
Winnipeg, Aug. 27���This morning a
deputation from the owners and resi-
lents of the Commonwealth blocl;, a1
thi i ni of Market and Main str ��� ts
appeared before the 1 card of ci al d,
.:,.,! aske 1 that the city authorities
���;: . mn itepi ' ' prevenl the nuis-
anc ��� of Btreel preaching.
Dr. White was spokesman rii the
I itation and stated that owing to
continue I streel  preaching   and   the
,;,.,.,; H ni disturbance, the occults nf the offices ln the block w ire
unable to enjoj life and carry on th Ir
legitimate buslni ss, He asked on behalf of the tenants in the block, thai
i bylaw be passed to prevent what
..im-   >> .i public nuisance.
The board of control instructed tha
,   solicitor to look ink) the powers
��� the city on this matter, and to re-
,- te, the board of control with a
view to a bylaw being passed to prevent street preaching during business
hours or to define the districts within
which  street  preaching will be al-
IW( d, i .t- ���
Royal Studio!
CUNNINGHAM
BLOCK
j
Proprietor, L HAWEIS
(pronounced Hoyes)
Todd's Music Store
lately and heard the latest
Edison, Columbia and
Victor records? Over 6000
selections, from grand
opera to music hall.
JUST RECEIVED-
Large new consignment of
Dominion, Nordheimer
and New Scale Williams
:       :    PIANOS    :      :
J.   H.  TODD
New Westminster's Music House,  ���  Columbia St.
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BUOROi '
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RECORDS
TO THE RESIDENTS OF
SAPPERTON:
We have just   opened   an  up-
to-date
MEAT   STORE
on the corner of Columbia and
Keary   Streets.
Wfi  intend  to  carry  only  the
choicest of   MEATS,   POULTRY     and     FRESH     FISH.
Orders promptly delivered.
Your   patronage   solicited.
J. TRAVERS & CO.,
Cor.  Keary and Columbia Sts ,
s'appbrton.
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 TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Hetty Green's Bank Robbed.
New Tonic, Aug, 20���Expert accountants were busy all (lay today in
the offices of the Chemical National
bank and il was reported that a large
defalcation had been discovered In
the big Institution which has been
known   for  years  as   Hetty    Green'".
I , nl>.
Detective Sergeant MoCafferty, head
of the bureau of detectives, and several of bis men were out tonight
searching for one of the m��n in Hi"
cashier's department who is re] irtel
to have disappeared with a large
amount of money.
The reports as to the extent of the
emjbezzlemen) vary from $10,000 to
$200,000, but no authoritative state-
mel could be obtained upon this
head because such officers as remained in the city refused absolutely
to discuss the matter.
Optical Department
��
A large proportion of the public
these days wear GLASSES���still a
larger proportion need Ihem. We are
In shape to suit glasses to any sight
no matter how young or how old.
You may have just failing sight or
you may have mixed sight. It's all
the same to us, we have the appliances and glasses to suit anybody and
everybody. As to prices, well we
have theni from 50 cents up. NO
FIT NO PAY.
D. S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spectacles.Seeds
New Westminster
We Eat to Live
But eat. the same time it is necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
\     You   can   rely   upon    GETTING
THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.     '
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuiacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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fflces,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
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for less than 25 cents
of which there appears to be little or
no likelihood. The problem, tis has
for already been said, is one which other
countries, including our own. will lie
called u|>on to settle in time.
DAVID  CLIFFORD   STARS
IN  RIP VAN WINKLE
With David Clifford in the title role
No  adverUsemenrtaken , of the play immortalized '����� Jefferson,
and  supported  by  an efficient company of  recognized  actors  and  act-
TELEPHONES.
N?ght0o'wce''.''.'.*.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.B22ii,t the ��Pera houa* on F,iday of this
��______________________________________ j week.    The   play   has   been  seen  in
this city before, is known from one
end of the English speaking world to
the other, and will continue to be a
prime favorite for years to come, if
the present popular feeling towards
the great old play Is any criterion.
The press uotices submitted by the
agent   of   the   company,   as
to  the style of the  famous actor as I
can be expected by critics.
The following is the complete cast
for Frielay night's performance:
Rip   Van   Winkle David Clifforel
Knickerbocker      Frank  Keene
Nicholas Veelder .... Roswell Jacques i
Rory Van Camp... .Charles  Hartmar.
Derrick Van Slaus Gus Kramer
Herman  Van Slaus Wm. Cornisii
Swaggrlno    Johnson
Guaderkin       Boswell
Icken       Goldsmith
Seth Slough     Henry Chapman
Gustaffe Van Bulow. . . .David Thayer
Alice Van Winkle Alberta Eckert
Ril>.  jr    Master I__eon
Minnie       Baby Virginia
Minnie Van Winkle  	
    Miss  Clarice Clifford
Queen of    Goblins,. .Mile. Liebermin
reses, Rip Van  Winkle,  will be seen   Dame Van Winkle..Miss Clara  I.ane
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1907
NAN PATTERSON'S PRANKS
DISGUST HER HUSBAND
WE THINK THEY A]
A GOOD BUY
198x132 ft., with 66 ft. streets on two sides
and a 100 ft. street on one end,  for $1 200 I
on terms.
These lots are nearly all cleared, and are only!
50 feet from the survey of the new Vancouver!
car line, and only one block from the 12th St. car.'
They face south and have a fine view.
Hale ^TLan.
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPER]
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
JAPAN    WAITS   AND    THINKS.
The indications  are plain that the
United   States     government    has     a   advance
serious problem to deal with in regard;
to Japanese immigration. It is a
problem which is looming up before
all the countries washed by the Pacific, except the Asiatic countries; only it is so happening that the United
Slates will have to deal with it first.
A special correspondent of the N'ew
York Evening Post, who lias been
studying the situation In .Japan.
writes from Tokio that, thanks to the
enforced moderation of the Japanese
press, there is a remarkable disposition In Japan to await patiently the
issue of events, but lhat no one believes t lun the Japanese government
cnn continue indefinitely its success
in persuading the people to acquiesce
in dispassionately regarding the growing disabilities of their compatriots
in the United States.
What the Japanese regard  as the
crux   of   their   grievance against  the
United States has nothing to do with
California,  or  in.lied,  with   any    one
State  in  the  union;   it   is  not  a  local j
Question, bul one thai  lias to do with
the Washington  government.    It    is
simply thai the United states admits
immigrants from  Europe and  refuses I
admission to those from Japan,   Dur-
Ing the long course of the discussion
thai has taken place between the iwo
governments,   both   sides   have   kept |
this main issue  in  the background; j
bul   il   is   forcing   itself  lo  tin-   front. |
This discrimination is regarded by the
Japanese as nol only an aspersion upon their nationality, and unfair in itself,  but  eis a conlrave ntion    of tho
most-favored-nation   clause    of   the
treaty between Japan and the United
Si.,lis. by which the latter guarantees !
to  Japanese  subjects   treatment     not'
Jnferlor to that accorded to the sub-
j, ,.(s  of any other country .
The Caning   Post    correspon lenr,
writing  frofh   the  capital   of  Japan,'
says that "if thr authorities there can i
sncc' I ':e keeping things smooth un- <
rii'_ such time as tin' Washington governmenl is able to make.' its Immigration regulations less openly discriminative,  and   to  the Japanese   mind,
:   little more like equal treatment for]
Japanese and  Europeans, the present
differences   will   doubtless   give   way!
to a normal anel healthy relation between   iin'   two    countries."      This
pleasing   prospect,  however,  lie ]>r<>-
eeeds   lei  dispose'  of  by   proceeding   iii
sny: "lieu the facl oughl to be fai i d
thai in Japan there are doubts, li Is
pnettj well understood here that American I niiiri: ation laws are noi likely    lee    , i'i "III"    b'S.S    l'e'Sll'W't ive    111    till' I
near future; aid this means thai the
Japanese (authorities musl devise
some extraordinary means of facing
the condition without disloyalty to
tbri: "'Mi ideas of national prestige."
It would appi ���ei' Hi.ii the people of
.la],em are now beginning to wake up
ii' the' gravity of asking for the fern '\ 1 i'i' a discrimination which the
Tail, el Slates, in Ibe language of th"
correspondent mentioned, "may deem
absolutely necessary to the maintenance of its civilization and Independence as a nation." Som ��� iini" ago
tbi' Washington government male ,i
definite proposal to ihe Tokio government for lhe framing of a new
treaty mutually excluding from either
country Immigrants from the other;
bin the Tokio governmenl promptly
declined to enter Into negotiations
looking io such an end. li was tn the
face i,; ibis refusal that tb/' recent
United States    regulations    excluding
Japanese Immigrants were    promulgated,
So far Japan has proceeded in the
traditional Japanese manner of handling differences with other nations.
She snug sts Indirectly the cause, of
lie grievances and does not openly
make her demands, officially an I
in the public press Japan professes
absolute confidence In the Intentions
of the United States. Hut this attitude cannot be kepi up Indefinitely
without   actlOfl   by the United   Stales,
well as clippings from newspapers
south of the line, where the company
has been playing recently, speak favorably of the company and of the
style in which the play is presented.
Although no one expects that Clifford
will be the equal of Jefferson as the
headllner������ for like Old Man Stoddart
in the Ronnie Briar Bush, his place
will never be filled���still his acting is
said to be about as near an approach
Schools Are Open
How are your children shod?
Wet weather and poor boots will
lay the foundation of a life of illness
We have in  stock Boots, Shoes,
Boots  for boys  and  girls.
We   carry  a  full    line    of    Leckie's
justly celebrated boots and shoes
��� none better���few  as good.
Kyle's Good Cheer Store
The Home of Plenty
Telephone 276. 255 Front Street.
Opposite C. P. N. Wharf.
Los Angeles, Aug. 27.���The escapades of Nan Patterson have become
so distasteful to her husband, Leon
Martin, that he has announced his intention to again sue her for a divorce.
Martin lives at the home of Mrs. A.
DeB. Mitchell, at 951 Orange street,
! this  city.
��� "Nan and I are separated for all
i time." he declared "Her escapades
j have become so frequent and so
i numerous that I cannot live with her
again.    Manhood would not permit me
to do so ., v  v     t .ia ! i'lu'S*
"Since I have been in Los Angeles
I have heard from her but once���that
was June 11, aud at that time I fully
'expected her to come out here to me.
I fear that if she don't brace up District Attorney William Travers Jerome' of New York will get after her
again. If he does, she will be in for
it. Vou know the indictment has
never been dismissed, and it is held
as an ax over her head to insure good
behavior. I would be the happiest
man on earth !f she would behave as
a woman shouk."
Phone 335
F*. O. Bo*
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ITwo Teaser;
Three   sp
lendiel 10-acre  blocks
fronting     on
    $100
Burnabj
per  acre.
acre's  fronting on the  North  Arm, close  to  tli" . :
    $325  per  acre.
Lake..
Terms
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Terms.
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There is Still a
Chance
to buy cheap land on the new Westminster - to - Cloverdale   car  line.
X Near the Scott road, this side of the
Newton road, we can sell you land
at $30 and $35 per acre!
Abbott & Hyde
THESE ARK MONEY MAKERS.
P. PEEBLES
Real
Estate
279 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.      Phone 30
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Next Guichon Hotel
New Westminster
Women's Fall Shoes
20   Cases
OF
NEW
American Shoes
opened up yesterday.
They are beauties, too,
consisting of Blucher
and straight cut, in
Patent Colt, Patent
Kid Vici ancl G u n
Metal. These goods
were specially made
for us bv the
BEST    MAKERS   IN   THE    UNITED
SHOES!
We would like to
show you our $3.00,
$3.50, $4.00 and $4.50
Shoes. We consider
these the best shoes
made for the money.
A special line in Patent Colt at $5.00 is
very "nifty."
Give us a call and
we will be glad to
show you the new
styles.
SHOES!
One of the Finest
up-town corners, 132 feet square,
two houses drawing $32 per month
rent, with vacant corner 100 feet
square, can be had for  $5,000,
one-third cash.
BOURNE y GORDO
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
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MONEY-MAKING   RECIPE
lam the pioneer Furniture' an.l House Furnishings   Dealer,   Pune
Director and Embalmer, and I will sell you anything in ney llm ch 1
and will give you better value than you ran gel  ia any other
in  the' city.   Try mo.
Wall   Papers in  endless variety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.    China
Matting from 15c up.    Linoleums  from 45c  up. Curtain Stretchers, the best made, $2.25 per    set.       Carpets,   all    grades   ard
prices.    Iron  Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.   P|e-
ambulators and Gu-Carts of all descriptions.
All kinds nf job work ami repairing done on shortest notice   2-       I
abb' prices ami satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving dail  j
l have' sold thr block and am still doing business in ih1' ������
ami  iu th" same old way.
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The Latest Hair Tonic
Price    -    -     $1.00
AT
For the young lady
wanting a common--
sense shoe, we have
two or three lines,
made to our order,
with low heels and
broad toes. Prices--
$2.50 and $3.00 a pair.
New goods coming
in every day from
the best makers in
Canada and the United States.
SHOES!
RYALL'S D IUG STORi
Ladies, Wi
$15���or���$'i
EASTERBROOK   MILLING  CO., Eburne
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $1.".; second, $10, j"v
the best loaf of broad exhibit**,1 at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
FLOUR - IMPER'AL
thai the
IMPERIAL
JOHNSTON'S
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
BIG SHIOE
HOUSE, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Ne) entrance fee needed���all that is necessary
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE &
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone
333. Uy<
AUGUST  28,  1907
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE BTVH
rfte CasA Stores
Jan Tartans
hecks and
'ancy Plaids
IThe latest trade magazines cannot emphasize
litrongly the increasing popularity of these ser-
|le materials.
utesflni
showing includes the    Mur McB
McLeod,  Argyle,   Dundas,  42nd   Bla '-.   Watch
��J8ir.pt.ell, Rob Roy, Kins Edward   Clan  Tartans
luutins
Duchess  ot
at   popul ir
65c. 75c, 90c and $1.00 yard
Unket
OCK
bMPLETE!
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���taleguai'd to this store's reputation tor Rella le Goods,
In .void .ill shoddy and trashy cheap stock, we bave selected
B our trade our entire stock fi ee;. On irio's oldesl and most
I i >���>��� :..��� i  an I condu     I ipte wl ise - * ri are
I | dace In the' Best S ��� cit Ca .   I
rices are marked in pi In Rg . wh n  pialitj Is con-
led, you'll find  every line mode il ilj   priced.
Cloths,  an
Sheeting, Pill'
Napkins
f ���      _.   Flette  Shi ets,   Da
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freplit value.
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coloring on   <
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rlarl.   md 11 -le'
.in- city;
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STORE   CLOSES   AT   5
P. M.
T. H. SMITH
267 and 271 Columbia Street, New Westminster.
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JUST   RECEIVED
AL
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Choice creamery butter at 30 cental
per lb. at Kyle & Son, Front street.
-Mis h. \\. Eickhoff, of Victoria, is
,ifl the ctiy visiting Mrs. B. Eickhoff,
(Of Carnarvon street.
C. l.efrom, of Vernon, is spending
a few days in the city on business
and  pleasure. I
For all kinds of cut flowers and pot- |
ted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
Guns   for  hire  at  Ueo.   R.  Speck's j     Jack   Elton,  fireman  at   No.  1  hall,
b  ipp block, Columbia street lis at present in Seattle, enjoying his
,,. I annual ten davs leave of absence.
*1500,   easy   payments;     nice   little j
home on city ear line; t; rooms; mod-  ,   Miss Windsor  will  leave  today   for
Orn    lol 60x140; fruit trees and small ' Tacoma   where    she   will enter    the
fruits: stable In rear.   Abbott & Hyde j Annie Wright seminary.
FOR
FURNITURE
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS. WINDOW SHADES.
PICTURE*. AND PICTURE FRAMES. GO-CARTS, LACE
CURTAINS,   PORTIERS,    UPHOLSTERING, C A B I N E T
WORK,    SHEETS,    PILI.LOW  CASES,  BLANKETS,   &c\,  &c,
It will  pay  you to try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.   73.
DUPONT BLOCK.
COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW
WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Charles Barclay, of the Brunettt i ^- '������ Lathrop has posted an appll-
Saw Mills will leave fur London, Eng- i cation for a record of four inches of
rin!. on Wednesday, Sept. 11, Mr ewater from an unnamed stream run-
Barcraj Intends to lee- away from Nriw jnlng through township 16. Mr. Lath-
Westminster tor a couple of months [ rop is also applying for a record of
'I'i: ing which he will visit several of 'yux inches from a creek running
ib'1   principle   English   cities, and re-1 through the northeast quarter of sec-
Condensed
Advertisements
iu ��    cquaintences in the old country.
wo small size fire-proof safes now
hi hand. Abbott & Hyde, next Oui-
chon hotel, agents for Victor Safe Co.
Money to loan on mortgage on approved security. White & Shiles, Co-
lumbia street, city.
S. 1',. Buchanan, the well known
real estate speculator, will return to
riis city after an absence of a couple
of months in the east in the course
of iin- nexl two weeks, w. Buchanan,
ee brother <>i S. 1',.. arrived in the city
yesterday from London, Oni.. and
will remain here for some time, The
brothers intend to co-operate in their
:"ii estate undertakings in future.
tion
township 16.
For gooel school shoes go to Kyle's
Qood Cheer Store, Front street
Secretary  Ryall of the New Westminster lacrokse club has received no
jiotice yet from the B. C. Amateur la-
��� crosse association as to the result of
I the Inquiry held  with respect to the
Vancouver-New  Westminster  protest.
j Mr.  Ryall stated last evening that he
j had   noticed   in   the newspapers   that
tbe protest had gone against the locals, hut in the absence of official notice, he was not prepared to say what
would be done by the club.
We  are selling  two   dozen
of lemon and  vanilla  extract for 115
cents  per  bottle at  the  Good Cheer
Store, 'J"'."", Front street.
Fruit and poultry farm in Surrey,
five miles from New Westminster,
good house and well; IB acres cleared,
' ''3 balance part Alder bottom. Price
$2.5 per acre. Easy payments. White
& Shiles & Co., 2fin Columbia Street,
Xew Westminster. S-16-7
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Much inn rest is being shown gen- !
'���rally   In   the lacrosse   match   which
will   be   playe I   al   Queen's  park   on i
T   .:   '. .      ,eniiig   I etwen   a   i 2. ked
team  of  New   Westminster interme-1
eliatos and the Fairview Intermediate
lacrosse  team of  Vancouver.     Both
teams   u tl  after the honors, and
the match should be faster than any
yet  Been eu, local grounds this sum-
i mer.    The   match     will    commence
'��� m il Ij  a! o'cl ick.
REFOHMER TUFTS INVITES
BARTENDERS TO LECTURE
is a criminal business, and as such
should be prohibited. Not satisfieel
with this, he will declare it to be under common law a nuisance, which
Should  be abated as a nuisance. I w^^teo
Dr. Tufts says he will be pleaseel to       .._
see    ali  the bar-tenders    and    saloon '
keepers, the municipal officers, busi- i
ness men, and citizens, who, nre in-JTO LET���Bed sitting room furnished,
terested in the welfare of the city, near Crescent and car. Apply White
present at this discussion of a live] Shiles & Co., Columbia street
issue.
-Three     furnished
housekeeping.       Apply
News offlce.
rooms
Daily
I
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to li p. m.. of MONDAY,  September 2,  1907,  for supply
of Oats,  Hay, Bran and    Straw, delivered  to order in  the city  for  the i
Corporation, for one year.
The lowest or any tender not nee- I
essarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
City   Hall,  New  Westminster,
August 211, 1907.
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
WANTED���Boy to take charge of office. Apply in own handwriting to
S. G. care of Daily News office.
WANTED���Assistant iu the ready to
wear department, must, have experience.    Apply W. S. Colilster &  Co.
ROOM AND BOARD iu private family. Apply corner Queeus avenue
aad Eleventh street.
WANTED���To rent a furnished cori
tage or flat Immediately. Apply A.
C,  Daily  News Ofice.
JAPANESE BOY attending day school
wants work with good family. Remuneration Jl.ni) iier week, witli
room and board,. Apply to R. B\,
P. O. Box 54.1. city.
A   lil: s'  blcycl ���  ri  al   the  ; "lice
tlon   twaiting    a    claimant.    The
\riuvl han ' een there for the pasl ;'��� w
days,   bul  no trace of the owner can
: e' found by the bluecoats,
Prominenl detectives have suddenly manifested a marked interest in
the i scape of "Bill" Miner. Chief
Chamberlin, eif  Vancouver
Bullock of the C
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Shipment of
rockery ^Glassware
pE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.      OUR   PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
ADAMS & DEANS
Detective
1'. K. service, and
Detective McLeod, of the Canadian
h tective ag< ney, cam i over to the
Itj yestet lay and Inspected the
yat ri. fences, etc, at the pen. They
devoted consid< rable atentlon to the
hole whi i. >',:!.���' "Bill' and three other
convicts wenl through.
If >on require snaps wo can supply
11.    3 lbs. for 25  cents al  Kyle &
3 m,  -'���''���' Front  street.
e
. routh with a Btrongly devel iped
kleptomaniac s. nse is resting easily
;,, thi lunior department of the police'
station awating trial on a charge ol
,i. aiing ,i numbei of articles from
Mr. Brown", the secemd hand dealer
on Begbie street. The lad's name
Is Brpwn, and by hi? Vancouv sr associates he was named Buster, and the
name sticks to him in police circles.
For a youngster, Buster just aboul
holds the record us a pollce-troubler
on the Pacific coa."l having been ln
trouble In Vancouver on several occasions, and riso having necessitated
gumshoe campaigns In this city.
Among the articles appropriated b;
Buster on this occasion are a pair of
;. field glasses, thn e umbrellas, a cane.
a quantity of miscellaneous junk, und
a fox terrier pup, the propertj of S.
' li.   Thompson,   the   livery   man.     Tii l
[police magistrate will handle BuBter's
case without gloves this morning, th s
; 1;,,i   having apparently  got   past  the
Dr, G. I.. Tufts of Portland, Ore.,
will lecture this evening at S o'clock
at the Baptist church. This will be
a union mass meeting free to all citizens. Dr. Tufts is in charge of the
Pacific coast states, and British Columbia, under the auspices of the International Reform bureau, He had
the fight in Oregon that secured a
local option law for that state. About
one-third of the state has bean voted
"dry" under this law.
Gambling has also been closed in a
large number of the towns. In his
address tonight; Dr. Tufts will tell
of the effects of prohibiten .and Sun-
elay closing in Washington. Idaho,
Oregon and California. His subject
will be, "The Arch-criminal of the
Ages."
Among other things the lecturer
will contend that the saloon traffic
is a bad business proposition for any
municipality. He will give the testimony of many business men on the
coast, that prohibition has increased
their sales at least twenty-live per
cent. He will argue that the beverage liquor traffic Is not a lawful business, and thai no municipality has a
legal right to license it. He will go
a  step   farther,  and  maintain  thai   H
To accommodate all the guests
who will visit the city during exhibition time it is desired that all householders prepared to offer accommodation at reasonable rates will leave
their addies es with Edward Hoult
billeting agent at the city hall, where
all Information may be obtained.
ALKX. GARRETT,
Chairman of the Billeting committee.
WANTED-
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or
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sewers.
Apply
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Front
sti
eet
Columbian College
will  re-open  9  a.   in.,
TUESDAY, Sept. 17
Gymnasium and Y. M. C. A.
building will be ready for use
October  1st.
For Calendar, etc., address:
COLUMBIAN     COLLEGE.
WANTED���B.v experienced young
lady, position as stenographer aud
typisri Write Miss E. D. News
office.
FOR SALE���A growing bakery and
confectionery business ou Columbia
street. A splendid opportunity for
a man with small capital. Apply
165 Columbia street. tl
FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
rooms to let in Vancouver, "3 Hastings St., W. next door to Palace
hotel, Mrs. E. J. Grieve, proprietress.
I
The New Westminster
Hair Dressing Parlor has the only
Vibratory Massage Machine for 1.relies in the city, There is nothia; like
it for building up the flabby muscles
of the face and neck,    lt is als.) ex-
I celleut. for all  nervous complaints.
Manicuring   for  ladies   anl   get'o
i men.    Also scalp treatment   for   a'.
! disease and falling hair.
i OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia
Street. Entrance on Sixth Street
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..
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
hi gs to remind bis old patrons
as well as prospective customers, thai new style of eyeglass) s are constantly being
i ed to his large slock of
optical goods, He washes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 llaslilllis St.      VANCnllVEB
GENTLEMEN!
What Is nicer than a
well-cut Su't, made of
the finest materials?
I have the finest selection of Cloths to
choose from in Vancouver.
THE VERY LATES1 STYLES
DAN SMART & CO., Tailors
Opposite1 Daily
Province office
145 Hastings St. W.,
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively lu timber. Have large and small
tracts on water. If you wish tc
buy or sell, see me. V. II. Chandler,
407 Hastings St.. Vancouver, B.C.
For Sale or Charter
I STERN-WHEEL STEAMER "HAMLIN." Length 146 feet, width 30
feet, depth   I  feet (I Inches.     En-
|    gines 15*60, built in Pittsburg, Pa.;
shaft   S   inches.     Boiler  locomotive
type,   length 20  feet,    diameter   72
inches;   working   pressure   126   lbs.
All pipe connections complete'.
Particulars, price, etc., apply to
li. A. JONES
407  Cordova   St.,   Vancouver.
,500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
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reformatory or
^ain Regrets
Yes- When all those choice acre blocks we are
,e,/'"<? on the new Eburne car line survey j ast out-
i,de ^ia city have been snapped up, it will be a
ft of regretting in vain the opportunity rmssea.
Fhey ^e selling and selling fast. Call in an
sec���� one for a nice suburban home. 'erms*'.
Cas/l ��nrf six equal half-yearly payments for
cLEOD, MARK &
NetO Westminster
c,n�� Land Specialists,
reprimand stage.
everybodj  at  Kj
street.
le &
Rubbers for
Son.  255 Front
There will be no band concert at ���
Alberl  Civs.' snl  on Thursday evening
next, it having been arranged to hoi l
the (losing concert of the season on!
,',lu,     Thursday     evening     following.;
namely   September  5,    Then-    will.:
: however, be a concerl given on Co-,
j lumbia street em Baturday evening. A
[good  progrun   is   being  arranged tor]
' the  concerl   on  September  6.    Mayor
Keary has promised tb stag, and Mr]
Morris will also render a soli.   An!
oth ���;��� Interesting feature of the pro-1
gl-am will be dancing by two Scott h ,
danoei s.
35   acre-   at   Hammond   With   tour
��� .rea cleared and ^ fruit,   New six-'
room id   b >���������'''���     Bargain   tor J2.600, I
lerra3 to   ri;.   A' ott $ iririe, next
Ce.l.ri ���-.  I,. : '.
Do You Value Your Horse ?
** Your horse represents a certain number of
dollars. If it dies you are just that much out of
pocket.
<ur Why not protect yourself against this loss
by insuring its life ? A .trifling annual premium
will eliminate the possibility of loss from FIRE,
ACCIDENT or DISEASE.
** See me at once.
A. W.
Phone 62        :���:
McLEOD, Genera! Insurance Broker
Armstrong Block, New Westminster. B. C.        :���:        P. 0. Box 394
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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DISTRICT OF NEW  WESTMINSTER
MERMAID IN LILY POND
SHOCKS SWELL SUBURB
TAKE NOTICE that I. .1. P. Thompson,    of    New    Westminster, B.  C.
,    ..>-.-.   Intend   to   apply   for  special
timber licenses    over   th"   following ; 	
iibed  lands:
i. commencing at a post set on Young Woman  Posed   For
i...    sooth      ...-;   of    Cypress . (.':������ .
Good Investments
Photo, But Police Spoiled
The Negatives.
;      it     three   and   a   half mil's   we.-;
from   Silver  Creek,   which   runs   into
-on   Lake;   thence  north eighty
chains,    weal  eighty chains,    south j
eightj chains, and east eighty chains,     Wichita,  Ka-., Aug. 27���The fash-
; int  of commencement. ional��!e North Riverside park districl
.1   P.  THOMPS JN.     ! here  was  thrown into a turmoil  this
2. Commeming    at   a   post set on
tin   south  bank  of    Cypress    Creek]
three and a naif miles west
t���"���'. Silv-r Creek, which runs into
Harrison Lake; thence west eighty
chains, soijth forty chains, east one
1. .:. Ired and sixty chains, north forty
e:.j._fs. and wesl eighty chain.- toI
,* la    of comv..- ncement
.1 P. THOMPSON.
.".. Commencing ,e- ee posl set on thei
way bell line distant about --ix
mHes north of the north shore of Hur-
rison Lake; thenc- west eighty
chains, BOUth eighty chains, east
. Ighty chains, and north eigbtyichalns
to point of commencement
.1.  P.  TflOMPSriX.
New   Westmin.-'_���.'.   B.C.,
August  ICth.   1907.
MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED  TENDERS  addressed   to
��� ehe Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the twenty-seventh day of September, for the conveyance of His
Majesty's mails, on a proposed contract for four years, twice per wee':
each way, between Xew Westnnnsf -
and Strawberry Hill 'Proposed Post
Office on Scott Roadi, during the
Postmaster General's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed contract may be seen inl
blank forms of tender may be obtain-
i 1 . ' the Post Offices of Xew \\ .���;'-
ie,inster and from Mr. Robt. (',. Lee,
Scott road, and at the office of the
Post Office Inspector.
Post Office Insjiector'a Office,
Vancouver, 13. C, Aug. IG. 1907.
JOHN  R.  GREENFIELJ,
Post Office Inspector
Tenders���Burnaby Municipality
������
Tenders are called for clearing and
grading Tenth avenue linter municipal i from Fourteenth street to
Twentieth strei-;, in four sections of
ten  chains,each.
Specifications can be seen at ihe
Municipal hall fir on the proposed
work.
Tenders to be -delivered at the hall
1' fore five In the afternoon on Fri-
day, August 30,  1907.
I), fl. WALKER. C.M.C.
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophore; and Records
General Rehiring.
morning when the residents saw a
young woman in a bathing suit ;. islng in a lily pond, while a man with
a large camera male several exposures. Twenty-five telephone calls
were received at police headquarters
and the neighbors rushed out of their
houses to the spot.
By the time residents in the vicinity
reported the matter to the jiolice a
crowd of curious persons had a-s<-;.,-
i/ied ami the photographer was forced
to leave his camera and subject t.,
���irr.���   the intruders away.
The girl, Mris Meena Payton, 18
years ol 1. - - sent home and the
photogharper, J. J. Todd, of Wichita
was arreste I.
Todd s.iid he wanted s picture to
enter in s photographic contest. He
said he wanted to take the picture of
tl '��� girl's head and shoulders and con-
vert it Into a picture of a mermaid
I asking In a pond of lilies.
Women who discovered the photo-
grapher ai work declare the girl's
bathing suit was quite abbreviated.
They found her street clothing on a
park bench.
The police have taken charge of
To 1 l's camera and the- [dates he
made. They have not yet been developed, but it is expected that when
this i.s done conclusive evidence will
l.e obtained.
Miss Payton declared tearfully at
her hom< today that when the pictures were taken she was attired in a
conventional  bathing suit.
in
Choice Acreage
AND
Handsome Homes
Our List is the largest, most complete and up-to-date in this city.
THROUGH   BRICK WALLS.
Street Car Jumps From Fourth  Story
Into Tenement House.
Xew   York,   Aug.  27���A  car of the (
New York city railway company,
which was being repaired yesterday
on the fourth floor of the barn of the
Fourteenth street line, started on a
queer rampage. It came suddenly in
contact wiih the current that had
been turned on for shifting cars to
other tracks and started to run. It
ran off the end of the track through
'wo brick walls anel intei .-e six story
tenement house occupied hy 24 families.
The t ,\ poked iv forward end s rv-
i-::-.\ Inches into -he three room apartment of Rose.rie r_icc_.no, a:i Italian
living with his daughter and two sons
on the fifth floor. A pit.if resulted
in -ii-' tenemeni house, men, women,
anel children rushing inte the streel
and up to the roof. Nobody was hurt
howevi r. The car tore a ' ' tw 'Ive
feet high and seven feel wide in tlie-
thick wall.
1 Lo; 66x132 ft, S. '^ of s, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue.    Price
$1250; half cash. -eai. tl months.
4 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Noa 21, 24, 25 and
30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half cash, half six months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth stree.: 98x132 only ;v00, a
5] lendid investment.
Lot   rii,   block     B   facing    Englrih
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
, street;  price $650.
i
160 acres less right of way about 8 '���
acres for railway; 2b acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 1Sx2S, lean too 14x2&
and lean too 1Cx22; barn 30x32 and,
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 casb, 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.
e 27V& acres of tbe best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; ben
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 K mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chicle-
ens and ducks could be sold with tbe
property at a snap.
160 acres, less ri for new railway,
T< wnship 4. Sec. 11; all bottom land.
under grass, suits le fw lairy farm;
4" acres under-drained, ditched all
-. 1 and fenced around and through
centre; 5 room hou^e; barn 40x75,
sufficient feed for about 30i head of
Price $8000; terms one-third
i ash, bal. to suit purchaser. One mile
from station on new car line.
Lot 22, block B. between Mrs,
Hoffards and Thomson :. se, Carnarvon street;  fu.l size $1600.
160 ACRES about two  miles  from
Aldergrove   station,   SO   acres   cleared
anl partly  fenced, good  house,  barn
[and stable.    Prici  $16 per a:re: $1760
cash, balance to be arranged.
1=4 ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2. Dist.
Lot 8;  Bouth side of the river, ni
bridge.    $300;   half cash.
2 LOTS. 132x132. N.-W. corner ( '.
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
1 LOT, full size. Block 59, Lot 5,
Sub. 9; partly cleared. $2C0. or $150
cash.
6 LOTS FACIXG 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AXD PIXE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KIXDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERX IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER COX-
XECTIOX. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AXD BALANCE IX 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MOXTHS, AT 6%.
Pu] . ��� ...,' on 4th St. at tht end
of Regina  >r .  between  Bth  and 6th
.. ies west side of 4th St. Price
$400;   half cash.
4 Lots 88x132 each, 4th avenue,
13th street   $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES on 1 lot, Keary Street,
Sapperton; 5 rooms and kitchen, wood
shed and 4 rooms, kitchen and wood
shed. $1000 each, one-third cash, bal-
anc-'.- easy.
77.58 ACRES, black loam land, all
pii ughed and cleared and dyked; X.
E. :4 Sec". ���",. $75 per acre, one-third
cash, one-third 3 months, cue-third 6
months.
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing Sth Avenue,
4 lots cleared, small house, chicken
house. 175 chickens; fenced. Inclusive
price $1500, $1000 cash.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north side between First and Second
streets, Xo. 5, 6 and 7. Price $400
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side of Ham-
rii. Btreet between Sixth and Eighth
streets; $225.
2> acres on Mara road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
OXLY. One-quarter cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 7 f0.
2 lots on Sth St. between 5th and
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 6Cx
132; Xos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
Rani    . Stovei anei all kinds of
iTitxrn'RE.
Cclumbei  and  Front Sts.      Phone 275
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Toeo   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Porcupir.es  Strip  a  Forest.
Escanaba,    Mich..    Aug.    26���Thai
��� ��� i -hall '.; the Btandlng hemlock on
500 acn-- < . timber land near this
city has I < en killed by porcupines is
!lt'- estimate of a "woods cruise/" re-
' i . '.e. trom a trip of Inspect!* n, The
Usi Icl ri overrun with th'- little an-
nal . -.. rich in the early t pring clip
��� " the bud ling foliage. Prof. R. ll.
Pi ttlt, of the Michigan Agricultural
collegi    " ���   ���- that a heretofore un-
vn  'ie > li le preying on the fori _l
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.
Ladies'Oold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
ease, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, sui'iilled to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All  warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
Teci After the Sharks.
IWediclni H t, Aug 27 The police
of t.ii- place . re han Ing for conn-
done- iu- ;i whi have boen playing
theii unhullowi i game on n> wrly arrived ti nderfi 11 They believe that
a reg flar gang Bharpers and eonfi-
h ni ������ -ee n a pemtJng in the city,
aid are working to gel them till confined safely behind the ban at the
��� Itj hall Two persons who are believed to be iu the bunch are already
there.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, r  m-
prising some of the finest residential
sites in  the city for sale exclusively
by us.    This magnificent propertj   is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue,   First   street    (facing   Queen's
park-  and  Bmory  street, comprising
In all ten 33x120  foot lots facing    te
First Btreel al $700 (excepting the a
ner I I   facing  Fourth    avenue
First street, held at $1000); two
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, al $600
per lot;   four lots,  -'.2  1-2x85, $450;
five 1 its, ;400.   Call at our office ��� n
Front st/e*��t, and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Rear,.
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
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 70x7% ft,
1 barn 3Sx70 ft., 6-room bouse, all
nearly new; ~n acres cleared, 50 acres
under cultivation; balance as pasture,
easily cleared, 2 acres of orchard;
good rich bottom laml; 2 good wells
and creek; $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,
balance easy.
21,�� storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot 66x1112;
lane at back; part of lot set out with I
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
1 lot N'o. 24 on l"tb. street south
Bide of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Xos. Sl to S6 nnd 95, 95 faces
on ri.h avenue, next to Guncs ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small.
house,   chicken     bouse,     175    choice
chickens; horse and rig;   $1500 cash..
1 1-2  house,  6   rooms     and    flush;
ch -��� I on 4th avenue, one lot from Jnd '.
street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900;  1-2 cash, terms for balance at!
7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
* 150 ca '', :,.' i,' e on easy terms.
Lota 16, 17 and 20 of ll of 3. Price
$500 ror 1   ee i    $175 ei   h; 1-2 cash
balance 6 montha al 7 per cent.
F .11 sized loi "ii Royal avenue, I e-
tween Po irth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver n ad, 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;   \'2
cash, balance 2 and 0 mos. at 7 %.
N'o. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; frms u cash, balance
2 and 6 months at 7 %.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
For cut dowers, bouquets or fun-
eral designs telephone T. Davies &
Son, 13 208.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST ANO   FASTEST=
ft
EMPRESSES
��L
K.000 /EMPRESS OF BRITAIN {14,600
H. Power 1 JiMPKLiSS OF IKELANU J      TONS
Particularly low rates from the
Old Country. Reservations made
hi te  for all sailings.
Empress of Britain   July 20th.
For  particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R, Agent.
HOTEL   GUESTS.
Guichon���E, A. Washburn and wife,
Seattle; ri Lefroy] Vernon; H. I).
Benson. Everett; W. Buchanan, London: Miss a. Kirby, |Langley; Miss
A. Ashley. Miss M. Turnbull. Philadelphia, Pa,
Windsor���H. II. Weston,* Quebec;
\\\ Reid and wife-. Hammond; G. T.
Crowther, Victoria; .1. Lowerison,
Mlslon; E, Frost, Everett; E, .1. Hopkins, Seattle,
Colonial���,1. T. Murray, Seattle; C.
Q. Sexstnlth, Alluvia; T. Gordon,
Winnipeg; N. B. Howe and family,
Seattle; ri M. f_.Mi.lf, C'.'.riboo, \\. L.
Field, Calgary,
ICO acres, 2 miles from city.
$J0 |er acre
Two lots on ISth street, be-
'veen  Tth and Sth avenues.
2 houses corner of Meriival and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lol 11; one house rents for $25, the
other $10; flush closets and all connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
ri-ri. $2,000, balance in el. 12 and IS
months at 7 'bi.
Lots   14  and   15 cf  1  cf 0    of    jt
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two. 1-2
��� c.ish, balance 0 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
I 3, cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 cash, balance, G 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
I::'h -treet.   Two and one half-storey
house.   Ten rooms (recently papered)
All   modern  conveniences;     hot    and
ceelei   water,   bath,   flush   closet,  lava-
J tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot
j G0xll)2, with lane in rear;  part of lot
! set ont with fruit trees.    Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared;   ram 50 x 30;   stnbles, etc.;
splendid soil' only $30 per acre, $1,000
|casn, balance easy.
Tart of lot 869, joins Lnhe Commur,
j about 70 acres, only $25 per acre.
.' Half cash.   Jump.
G ACRES -<������ :       ��� BOj]i
Lot   ic,  corner   i; u   -,;  ,:-v
and   Drun' tie-   roa       south   |
roomed   house;   ; ar   :. dininM
kitchen and th.- ���    i , ooms'
ed;  conservatory 30 oi   10 %_|
heated by pip. b;   wi 11; stable
15   bearing fruil   tn es; cons
stock ready to planl i ut; 2 ril
5 acres cleared, : ghl timljeij
malnlng  acre;     .      ;. need;
iremi school.    Price $3000; hai
bal. in G months at 7 pi i ,-, J
1 Lot  ssxi:;.', 4th ,;.- ���.;,
$800  cash.
2 LOTS,    5, G i 7,   full
cleared, upper side of 3th Ave
tween 1st and 2nd Streets.   Pi
each.
4  LOTS, 2 lots 1 i m 1st StJ
Cth Avenue on south side, b<\
37 & 3S, full size.    Price $110
four, or $300 each; half cash.
Double    tenement  house,
1st and 2nd St.;  1 1"'.   PrlcJ
cash half and half in tl month|
'IUlis for $10 each tenant.
40 acres y_ section 14, X.
of Tn. 2, about 3 milts from bl
Haworth road, Surrey; hou/
li*. storey house, '���', rooms lintl
other 3 can be added upstair!
shack; 1% acres cleared anef
vith clover, red; fairly easily!
One mile from shingle mill
$1,200;. terms half cash, bal
mouths at 7 <7c
Full sized lot No. 12 on Ral
and Sth St. Price $,1050, h|
balance at 7 % per annum.
Westerly 4, 11 of (>::, Sub.
122x1112  corner  100 feet snuaj
houses d/rawing $28 per montl
$5,000, half cash, balance in (
nionths.
1C0  S.E.  V4 of Section 26,
10 acres,partly cleared; Kanalj
running through; good road;
north   of  Webster's corner;
mill and PO. at the west com
ber worth %" per acn-. cedar
��� 4 milts    from   Peert    Haney
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, bal|
ranged.
Large lot and  two cottages
' lumbia street, Sapperton.   Botlj
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey ho
full   size   lot,  situated north
Koyal avenue and corner of MJ
street;   9 rooms;  hath room,
cold  water, closet;  woodshed!
bearig   fruit trees;   streets otf
sides;   fine  view.    Price $1.8
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between
and 3rd Ave., second lot from
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all clearei|
alongside and back. Price
half cash, balance easy at 7
160 acres Improved land, I
and sheds complete, near Clovj
all under cultivation, $15,000.
can   handle   this, don't
bargain; terms can be arrange
2 lots, 20, 2.1; No. 20, $1701
(corner) $"75. Durham and
streets.
; rrFor the above four i""!1"!
i special price will be ma le I i "j
, chaser.
House 30x42, Ith    Sri l��'iwf
and 5th Ave.;    2 single and 1'
bedrooms    upstairs,    anil  batlt
down stairs; parlor, dining rnoif
chen and pantry.   Full sized loj
ning  lack to Ash St.    Pric
$1,500 cash, balance at $."'0" ri]
at 7 [ier cent.
REAL   ESTATE   BROKERS
Telephone   333 ErOflt   StTCCt. Telephone__j33 U)��v'
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PAGE SEVEN
TIMBER NOTICES.
ner of Timber License 11,501), theuce aer of Timber License 11.509, theuce
south 10 chaius, theuce east 160 north SO chaius, thence west 80
M.   chains, thence north 40 chains, thence   chains, theuce south SO chains, thence
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD  REGULATIONS.
TAKE     NOTICE    that    Henry
O'Connor of  New  Westminster,  B.C. weat 160  chains    to  point of    com-   east SO chains to point of commence
occupation timber cruiser, intends 11 mencement. and containing 640 acres
apply for special timber licenses over more or less.
the   following   described   lands,   situ- H.  M.  (.'CONNOR.
ated iu vicinity of Draney and Riv- August 22, 1007.
ers   Inlets,   New   Westminster   Land 14. Commenting  at  a   post  planted
District,  Coast District  Range  2. so chains west of Uie south-west cor-
1. Commencing at a post planted at ner     of     Timber   License     11,509,
men;, anel oontainlng C40 acres mere
or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
27. Commencing at a post planted
240 chains wesi of the southwest corner of Timber License 11,50!), thence
Any available Dominion Lands with-
1 the Railway Belt In British Colum- lhe gonthwest corner oft Timber Li-   thence south SO  chaius, thence west  north    SO    chains,    tbence    east    SO
Bia, may be homesteaded by any per- cense  11,SOS, thence west 40 chains,' 80  chains,    thence  north  80  chains,; chains, thence south SO chains, thence
sou who is the sole head of a family, thence north SO chains, thence east   thence east    SO  chains    to point of' west SO chains to point of commence-
or any male over IS years ot   age, to v-��  chaius,  thence south  40  chains,   commencement,   and   containing   640 , ment, and containing 640 acres more
the extent of  one-quarter   section of   :hence  west so ehailis' thence B0Utn  acres m0re or less' ��r leSS'
40 chains to point of commencement, H. M. OCONNOi.. H. M. O'CONNOR.
and containing 640 acres more or less       August 22, 1907. August 23, 1907.
H. M. O'CONNOR. 15. Commencing  at a  post  planted .     2S- Commencing at a post  planted
August 23, 1907. I 80 chains west and 40 chains sout.i   160 chains uorth and SO chains east
2. Commencing  at  a   post  planted  of  the  southwest   corner  of  Timber   of  the  northwest  corner  of  Timber
40 chains west of the southwest cor-   License 11,509, thence south 40 chain*  License 11,608, thence north 80 chains
ner of Timber License 11,508, thence ' thence east 160 chains, thence north ', thence east so chains, thence south
east 80 chains, thence south SO chains . f 0 chains, thence west 160 chaius to   s" chains,  thence  west SO chains to
thence west so chaius, thence north  point of  commencement,  and    con-, point of commencement, and contaln-
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
! the local land offlce tor the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to per-
f'-.rn; the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1)    At leas', six months' residence ...
upon and   cultivation ot   the land In  80 chains to l)0iut oI commencement,  taining bio acres more or less.
.*_>���_-! __���     ���     __���   li   ���   1 t____.   _____ .*    _   O _m   ___. __��� ___. ___  .  I   1 Vl f    \     I    '/   1   \       \
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, It the
father is deceased), of the homesteader tesldea upon a farm iu the vicinity
��� the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
and   containing
ess.
610  acres   more  or
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August
H. M. O'CONNOR.
1907.
ing 640 acres more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
3. Commencing at a  post   planted
40 chains west of the southwest cor- ! License
August 21!,  1907.
16. Commencing at .a post, planteei     -'���>��� Commencing al a post planted
SO chains  west and So chains south   lli0 chains north and SO chains east
! of  the  southwest  corner  of  Timber! ��t the northwest  corner of    Timber
11,509,    thence   south    80  License 11,608, thence south 40 chains
V   such   person   residing   with  the'1"'1' uf Timber License 11,608, thence   chaius, thence east 80 "chains, thence j thence .east 120 chains, thence north
I father or mother.
(3)    If the settler has his pernian-
i ent residence upon farming land owned by him In the vicinity of his home-
| stead,    the   requirements   as   to residence may be satisfied   by residence
ipon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing sbould
--.outh   SO   chains,     thence     west    801 north  80   chains,     thence     west    80   so   chains,    thence    wes!   lo  chains,
ciiains, thence north SO chains, thence! chains   to   point of    commencement,' thence south 40 chains, thence west
and
less.
containing    U4o  acres   more  or
11. M. O'CONNOR.
August 21'., 1907.
17. Commencing at a post planted
SO chains west and SO chains south
of the southwest corner of Timber
License 11,509, thence south SO
chains, thence west SO chains, thence
east so chains to jwint of commencement, and containing 640 acres more
or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 2:;,  1907.
1. Commencing   at  a   post   planted
be given to the   Commissioner of Do-   40 chains west of the southwest cor-
miniou Lands at Ottawa of intention   ner ofTImber  License  11,508]  thence
I to apply for patent. ; north    SO    chains,    thence   west  80
I    Coal lands may be purchased at ?10! chains, thence south SO cliains, tbence jIlorth ^ chains, thence east SO chain
I per acre for soft coal and $20 for an-: east SO chains to point of commence-   to POmt of commencement, aud con
1 thracite.      Not more than   320 acres j ment, and containing 640 .acres more j taining 610 acres more or less,
can Le acquired by one individual or | or less. H. M. O'CONNOR.
H.  M. O'CONNOR. August 23, 1907.
August 23,  1907.
5. Commencing  at a  post   planted
160  chains  north of    the  northwest
corner   of     Timber   License     11,508,
thence  west  40 chains,  thence south
:. B.���Unauthorized   publication of  vl  chains,    thence    west   40  chains,
.   ,-;   . Lament    will not be paid   thence  south   40  cliains,  thence east J Point  of  commencement,   anel    oon-
0 chains, thence nortii 120 chains to 1 tainlng 640 ;
company.   Royalty at the rate of ten
cents per ton of 2.000 pounds shall he'
collected on the gross output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy eef the Minister of the In-j
terlor,
SO chains to point of commencement,
and containing (140 acres mure or
less.
It.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
20. Commencing at a post planted
120 chains north and 40 chains east
Of the northwest corner of Timber
License 11,50s, thence south 10 chains
thence east 160 chains, thence nortii
40 chains, thence west 160 cnains to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
,    ,   ,       August 23, 1907.
IS. Commencing at a post planted
160 chains west anel SO chains south !    3L Commencing from a post plant-
of the southwest coiner of    Timber]��a :lt the southeast corner of Timber
License 11,609, thence north 80 chains I LioenBe   U.608, . thence   north    120
thence west so cliains, thence south 1 chuilla' thence east 60 chains, thence
SO chains, thence  east SO  chains  to I aouth IM ('hain3 more or less ,0 ��h"re
I-'.
for.
res me   s or less.
-eiiiit of commencement, and contaln-
ng til'i acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
6. Commencing   at   a   post   planted
il.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23.  1907.
In the  Matter   of   the ''Trustees   and
Executors Act." and in the Matter
of the Estate of Augustus William
Lundbom. Deceased.
All persons having any claims or de-��� 160 chains north of    the    northwest
mands againsi the estate of Augustus  corner   of    Timber    License   11,508,1 thence west so chains, thence nortii
I Wiulam Lundbom late of Surrey Cen-; thence east SO  chains, thence south  80 chains,    thence east so chains to
19. Commencing at a post planted
160 chains west anil si) chains south
of the southwest corner of Timber
License 11.509, thence south SO chains
tre,  British Columbia, deceased,   are   4k  chains,    theuce    west   40 chains.
hereb;       ��� led  to  file  with  the un-
li rslgne 1 their names an 1 addn sses
an i full p irtlculars   or their   claims,
md  the nature of the securities (If.
any)   hel 1 bj  them, dulj verified, on
or before the 31st    daj    of   August,]
1907.
N ule e i- hereby given that aftei- the
said date the executors will proceed i-.y
thence south SO chain--, thence west
10 chains, thence north 120' chaius to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acre,, more or less,
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August. 23. 1907.
7. Commencing at a post planted
160 chains north of the northwest
corner  of    Timber    License    11,508
point of commencement, and containing 0-10 acres more or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
August  23, 1907.
20. Commencing at n post planted
240 chains west and 80 chains south
Of the southwest comer of Timber
License 11.509, thence north SO chains
thence west so chains, thence south
80  chains,   Ihence oast   so  chains  to
distribute the said estate amongsl the  ^^ noHh gj) ^^ th(m,o Wl,sl ; ll0int of (.omm(.nc.pmont, 1Uid confuin
parties entitled thereto, having regard   ^  ^ ^^  ^^   g() chalnai lng 940 aores more 0T. leBa,
only to the claims of which the;  shall
tin n   have  had   notice, and  they  will
not. be liable tor the proceeds of the
estate, or any pari thereof,   so    Us-
rIbutl ..,,,,.. perSon of whose claim ?��� '"��� "���������*    1 aio cntuns west an.i bu cams _��_,.._,, nu,nl| ..,.., ,0..,.lilllng 040 acrOT morQ
'of   Ihe   southwest   corner   of   Timber   or jeBf)
II. M. O'CONNOR.
1907.
August "k
21. Commencing al  a posl planted 1
240 Chains  west and  su chains south
thence east 80 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
s. Commencing at   a  post   planted I License 11;509, thence south 80 ohalns j
1160  cliains  north  of   the  northwest thence west so chains, thence north
corner  of    Timber    License    11,608,   SO chains,  thence east  SO  chains  to]
of West Arm Of Draney's Inlet;
thence southwesterly along shore to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H.  11 O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
32. Commencing from a post planted at the northeast corner of Timber
License 11,609, thence south 40 chains
thence west SO chains, th enc'o south
lo chains, thence east 120 chains,
thence north su chains more or l?ss
to shore of West Ann ot Draney's inlet; thence westerly along shore to
point of commencement, and containing tllO acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
33, Commencing from a post planted 40 chains east of the north''.ist
comer of Timber License 11,509,
thence south so chains, thence east
SO chains, thence north 80 cnains,
more or less, to shore of West Arm
of Dralney's Inlet; thence westerly
Jong shore lo polnl  of commenoe-
;. el not notice at the time of distribution thereof.
Di ted this 24th ii ey of duly, 19 ri
F. W. HOWAY,
Solicitor for John McKenzie and John   l!l1"""  north  nu chains,  thence east
a!...ve   su   chains,    theuce  south   SO   cnains,
I h mce  u - .1    su chains    to point of
   commencement,   and containing  640
.icre s nmre or less.
II.  M. O'CONNOR.
August  23, 1907.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
Churchland,   executors   ot
polnl of commencement, and containing 640 aci'es more or less.
11. M. O'CONNOR.
August  2��.. 1907.
Re  South West quarter ot Section
i 28,  Township 16,  New    Westminster
J District���All  that,  part of the  South
East Quarter of said Section lying to
22. Commencing at a post planted U^e North and West of Lot 47, Croup
lir,  chains 1 asl anil  20 chains South j 2, and all that part, of the North East
or thesouth end of (loose Bay in Riv-! Quarter of said Section lying to the
ers   Inlet,     thence     north   SU   chains, | West  of Lot 356,  Cliollp 2.
the northwest I thence west so chains, Ihence south
LAND REGISTRY   ACT,
TAKE N'OTICE that application has
���.,    ma(je to register Margarel R 1 -
t as the owner In Fee Simple, under 9. Commencing  al   a  post  planted
Tax ga|   ]���., 1 trom The Corpora- 240 chains north of
J, .,,  0|  the Township or  Districl  of corner of   Timber    License-    11,508,   su chnins.  thence east  su chnins to
auvre    ,,, m,,    irel  Robson, bearing thence north so chains, thence west point of commencement, and contain-
iate     , -     ,,,    0j November, A D., 80 chains,    thence south so chains,  ing 640 acres more.or Ibbs
tnd  singular that certalu thence easl BO chains to point of cornel or tracl "!' land and premisi mencement, and containing 640 acres      .August 2:!, 1907
jituate, Ij tig md being In the Dls rh I men. or less,
0t >;,.-,, v,,-. minster, In the Provinco n. .u
t Bi   .     i      m ila, d ��� e partii ularly A.ugut I 2;. 1907.
10. Commencing at
_ i" chains north ot
1 orni r of    Tim ier
II.  M.  O'CONNOR.
O'CONNOR.
,M1 a,���i flesori ..ri as lol 7, - ibdlv-
1 ol Northwest quarter ot Se. tlon
19, T iwnshtp 2.
v., 1 a . i ��� ach ot you are required
to conl *l the claim of the- tax pur-
chasi r within forty-five days from
the dat ��� of the tirsl publication of
this notice upon you, otherwise I shall
register Margaret Robson, as owner
tl Breof In fee. And 1 hereby direct
thai publication for thirty days In a
: M newspaper published    at    New
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
A   Cerlilicate   ol   lmlel'easble   Title
lo the above property wlll be Issued to
Margreia Jenien, on the 19th day of
August, 1907, unless in the meantime
a  valid objection thereto is made to
28. Commencing al  a posl  planted  lm, in wrttjns h> a p9ri0n or persons
ir, chain* east anei 2o chains south  olalming .,��� estate or Interesl therein,
of the south end of Goose Ray In Riv-  or in ;U1V part thereof,
era Inlet,    thence   south so chains,,
oal  plant id   B,B  "'""     ,   , ; , 0. s.  KEITH,
thence  west  So   chains.   Ihence   north, ^^..^   U(,,is, ,;i,. 0l- Ti, p..
the northwest
License 11,608,
theuce north 80 chains, thence east
���11 rii. ,n-, thence south so chains,
thence west sn ihains to point of
commencement, and containing 040
acres more or le.-...
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 2:1, 1907.
11. Comm ncing at  a  post  planted
-     minster of this notice will    be  290 chaina north and 80 chains wesi
od and sufficient service thereof,        >(   the  northwest  corner  of  Timber
,,.,.,���!   ,; the Land Registry Office',   License U,508,thenca south so chains,
New Westminster, Province of British   hum:,, wesl 80 chains, thence north
Columbia, this 18th day of July, A.D.,  so chains,   thence east su chains to
SO   chnlns,  thenc,.  easl   80  chain;   to   Und   Rl,,lsl|.y  (11-fil.���
polnl of commencement, and containing trill acres more or less.
B.   ('..  July   18
1907
C. S.  KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Fredrick Throssell and ll. Burtori,
AM persons bi rved with this notle*
point  of commencement, and    oon-
talnln 3 640 acres more or less,
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
Augusi 23, 1907.
12. Commencing at a post planted
and those claiming through or under. ..,,, ,.;,.,!���, mi,.;ll ;vu,| so cliains west
New   West mi 11 sti
1907.     .
II.  M. O'CONNOR. Tbe   person   or   persons   having   iu
August  28, 1907. ! their  custody  or possession   the   Col��
24. Commencing al a past planted 1 lowing Title Deeds relating to the said
66 chains easl and 20 chains south of! property are requested to deliver the
the south end or Ooose Ray in Rivers   same to the undersigned.
Inlet, thence south 84 chains, tbence- Conveyance dated 9th May, 1S94,
west 100 chains, thence nortii 64 from Thomas Graves Oregson to Bile-
chains, thence cast LOO chains to abetn McGregor.
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or !,'��.
11.  M. O'CONNOR.
August  211. 1907.
25. Commencing at a posl planted
06 chains east and 20 chains BOUth of.
the BOUth end or (loose Ray In Rivers '
Inlet, thence west 100 chains, thence
north SO chains, thence east 80 chains
more or less to shore of Ooose Bay;
A.  W11KA 1,1.Kit,
42 Lorne Street,
New Wes!minster,   B.C.,
Solicitor for Applicant.
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pione*r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South    West    Limited"
them,  and  all persons  claiming  nny   ,.f  Ul(.   northwe��l   corner  of  Tlmbe,-  ^^^ southerly, easterly and north-1    Kansas City to Chicago
Interest In the said land by virtue ot  L_jcenw U.eoS.thence north so chains,
any unregistered Instrument, anel all  th(,n((, wett 80 ���itatas, thence south
persons claiming any interest. In the
B.-: 1 land by descent, whose title ll
n giatered un ler the provisions ot
the "Land Registry Act," shall be tor-
,,,,, e��topped and debarred from set.
,i:���- up nny claim to or In respect of
���. thi- said land so sold for taxes ns provided by the "Land Registry Act."
80 chains, thence eersl so chains to
point or commencement, and containing 64Q acres more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOI.
August 88, 1907.
18, Commencing at q pest planted
CO chains west - ! the southwest cor-
easterly   around shore  of    bay  to a No   trains  in  thc   service   on   any
point north of post; thence south 80 railroad  in  the  world that equal in
chains more or less to point ot com- equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
mencenient, ami containing-610 acr s waukee  &  St.   Paul  Railway.     They
more or less,
II. M. O'CONNOR. vjvc  theif  patrons   an  CXCellence  of
August 23, 1907. ��ervke not obtainable elsewhere.
20. Commencing at a post  plante 1 H  g R0WE. General Agent
240 chains west of the southwest oor- , ,4 TWd St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
own  and operate their own sleeping
1 ind dining cars on .illl their trains and Page eight
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY.  /
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Fine Suburban HOME
8 acres nearly all cleared, fine rich soil for gardening; nice comfortable house; good orchard and small fruits; close to two suburban car lines;  1000 feet of waterfrontage; ideal home.    Worth $8000
Price       -       -       $5500
Only $1,000 cash, balance $500 per year.
CEMENT BRICK INDUSTRY
GOES AHEAD RAPIDLY
WJ.KERR.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
$1,000
will buy I60 acres in Maple Ridge municipality. We don't mean $1000 for the] first
payment, but $1000 ALL TOLD.
You can double your money on this inside of 6 months.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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for the School Children, with opening up
| school   Supplies |
NEXT WEEK the Schoolchildren will be busy
making it interesting for us.
1 J.J.MACKAY y COS
BOOKSELLERS        STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS
IHint   tXS   At.3 VEGETABLE EOILCR
white: cereal oilh
DAVIDSON'S
CEREAL
STEAM
COOKER
AND	
Vegetable Boiler
Made in "Premier"
and "Colonial" Enamelled Steel Ware
BRYSON & SONS
Agents MONARCH RANGES        -        187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for Vancouver and    way
stations  will run every half-
hour from fj: 50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m,
Cars leave the depot every
twenty iutautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, conimencing at 6:20 a,  m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past an.l fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:80
a. m.
Sunday Service hair-hourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Messrs. Bourne ii Gordon will
shortly supplement their cement
bricli making equipment in this city
with a number of machines for turning out sewer pipe, building blocks,
window sills, etc. The machinery is
now on the way anj will be installed
and ready for use within the riext
couple of weeks.
Since commencing the manufacture
of cement brick about three months
ago, the firm has been very successful in marketing their product, in
fact the have been able to market
much more than they can turn out.
The present plant turns out several
thousand bricks a day and ihis capacity will be nearly doubled when the
machinery now on order shall have
been installed. Even at this rate of
manufacture the orders are idling up
till at the present time the firm has
300,000 bricks ordered more than they
have in their yards.
The block machine will turn out 200
blocks a day. These cement blocks
are used in the construction of houses
walls, etc., and Bourne & Gordon are
prepared to accept contracts for the
construction with either brick or
block, of houses, falls, cellars, septic-
tanks, in fact any kind <>f sub or superstructure. Among the machines
which are on the way from London,
Ontario, are a cement sill machine
and a small sewer pipe machine. The
firm is also arranging to handle large
sanitary re-infiorced cement sewer
pipes, which at the present time are
manufactured in Barrie, Ontario.
They expect to install machinery here
for the construction of this class of
pipe later. This pipe can be made
any size up to 16 feet in diameter.
The new firm has secured contracts
for the building of several walls in
the city. One of their first contracts
was the construction with cement
blocks of the foundation for the new
H. Schaake residence, -which is now-
building at the corner of Queen':;
avenue and Third street.
They have also received an order
to supply cement bricks for erecting
the largest dry kiln along the Fraser
river. This kiln wil) be constructed
by one of the sawmill companies in
the near future.
no jurisdiction because of their dis-
iviaid of statutory ; :��� . niisites * *
-, 1 ut 1 do not think the conclusion sheiuld be h..sr:iy reached that
there has been snob disregard of
statutory prerequisites, and'to" release
these prisoners without giving the
magistrate an opportunity to be heard
would, 1 think, tend to throw discredit upon the administration of
istice in distant parts of the pro- I
vince.
"I  therefore  direct  these    applies- j
tions   to stand   over.    They  may   be:
mentioned again on September 5, and ������
meanwhile the  crown    -hould    communicate with the convicting magistrates."
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New Dress Gooi
We extend our invitation to every person!
visit our Dress Goods section and view our
Fall Cloths.
You may not want to buy just now, but tl
does not matter.   We want you to see what we
showing.   That the goods which you may need
on are here we feel confident.
We are showing a large range of Plfllfl [M
Fancy Tweeds, Henriettas, Homespuns, kn
ClieCkS, &C, for women's and children's wear.
NEW STRIPED AND PLAIN I
COATINGS and CRAVENETTI
for long or short coats.
NEW COATS AND SKIR'
In the New Store
We have moved our Ready-to-Wear Depa
ment into the new portion of our store. We hi
not become entirely settled as yet, but are showj
all the new styles in Women's and Children's Coa
Skirts, Blouses, Golf Jackets, etc.
New Goods arriving every day.
W.S. COLLISTER &C
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
Judgment has been handed down by
Mr. Justice Clement in re the Habeas Corpus applications made by J.
P, 11. Bole in behalf of Dr. Charley
and Che-slatta Jack, the two Hazeiton
Indians who were sentenced to terms
in jail for stealing. According to the
judgment, the men must remain In
jail pending investigation as to the
Hazeiton magistrate's authority in
committing the men.
Mr. Bole held that the magistrate
concerned has jurisdiction to proceed
only in cases where the property
stolen does not exceed $10 in value,
w. .1. Whiteside appeared for thi
crown. The judgment was in pari . -
follows:
"In these twei habeas corpus appll-
cations it is. in my opinion, open to
the prisoners to show by affidavit
that  the  convicting  magistrates has
WHAT   LOOKS   NICER   THAN
GOOD     TEETH,     PROPERLY
KEPT     IN      ORDER?        USE
MUIR'S
Tooth Powder
AND    KEEP    THEM     CLEAN.
T. A. MUIR
NEW AND STYLISH DESIGN!
IN
Ladies' Golf Jacket!
THE WHITE HOUS)
A. j. BIRTCH,   -    275 Columbia Stree
School Books
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Solid Gold Jewelr
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SUPPLIES
jjj        Our stock of GOLD Jewelry is the largest ever Bbown in Vf��
|��| minster,    Pearl  Set BROOCHES,  SAFETY PINS anil  STICK PI-
I*! NECKLETS,   CHAINS,  BRACELETS, CUFF LINKS.   Lt will paj
}���{ before purchasing, to examine our stock of DIAiMOND fUNi
* in  SOLITAIRE and   combination* of other preci
IS    	
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I-l Ml
Object
Lesson
How many in this life are like
the butterfly who lives In the
enjoyments and pleasures of the
present, with no thought of the-
morrow, and how few, comparatively, are like the ant which
continually labors, preparing for
that rainy day or cold weather
which is sure to com'1���
No, the "Butterfly" man Is not
a success. It takes a "Hustler"
to get on in the world. Start it
now. We can show you choice
investments in City and Farm
Properties. Now is the time to
start. Buying now will insure
good profits. We can show you
how, by buying right, 'tis easy
to make
Money in Real Estate
ALU.   SAPPHIRE,   Itl/BY,  OLIVINE, &c.
FULL STOCK
-AT-
MORELS
217-219 Columbia St.
*        We also carry Diamond Set   BRACELETS,    BROOCHES,    '
;���;   RINGS, &c.
IW. C. CHAMBERL1N, The Jewel*
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,���1 Agent for the Hamilton  Watch.
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Our   Scribblers   and   Ever-
else   Books  are
Fine
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Street
THE MORNING PAPER IS THE BEST
PIPER FOR ADVERTISERS.
from
71.50
from
ami
tCA ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS t��f)
W AND RETURN ���v
Tickets on sale Aug. 8,9, 10, Sept. 11, 12, 18 acci. Jamestow
Exposition.   Return Limit, Ninety Days.
Above rate is from New "Westminster;    $80   from    Scat
Same rates apply to Duluth; proportionately low rates
Washington and Oregon  polatfl    Rate to    Chicago:
from New Westminster,  $64.00 from  Spokane,  $71 .red
Seattle.    Low rates to Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis
many other eastern points
EOR A COMEORTADLE TRIP TAKE THE
"ORIENTAL LIMITED"
Standard and tourist sleepers, dining cars nnd Comb ma
Observations car.    Meals ln dining cax  on   the   a la
plan.    The "EAST MAIL" is .another good train,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
W. A. ROSS, Assistant General Pass. Agt, Seattle, W ����� ��� lite, Shiles & Co.
insurance
Westminster, b.c
MK 2, NUMBER 197
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1907.
i [MERMEN      MANY NEW PUPILS
U FISH UP NORTH   ATTEND THE SCHOOLS
L permission Granted One Hundred Children,Many
Authorities on Account Being Newcomers, Com-
fpoor Sockeye Season.        mence Studies This Term.
"����->,
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10 CENTS PEK WEEK
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BONES OF A  SWEDE.
JAPS SLIP ACROSS.
Got,
S-eletcn   Found    Across    River    Re-    Railway Construction Camps Depleted
'eves Old Story of Disappearance.
Fraser river 11-
���-. .I io extend the
-.- Bockeye season,
the   authorities
���
I
[ernicn
cohoes In the
the northern  coasl
Iti
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|p hav.   ���      i led to grant this
,.   the  fishermen  a
,   -.        on  Che   season'j
. ��� mission   will
who hold    the
���  , and every ef-
��� ������ then the ben-
ti   those  who an
ed of wee- sane",  from
Ihai ��� -    have already trie I
n ihi ,. under the ordi-
��� as
Inspector Tay-
iver  yesterday   lie
��� ���   members of the
:...     Cai -.��� rs'    association
- matters.
Hon Mi   'ri mpleman,  acting
��� ol :���     :.'   and  fisheries,  In
��� - mely    disastrous
.:���.-         - granted the prtv-
-,. : shi     -       holding    Frasei
-   for  coboea on
���: ie waters - a favoi
ess   he   highly   aj -
tor Taylor will Issm
Its to canners and
Icatlon through \v
- ret --.    of  th<-    Frasei
ation,   Van< <��� .
In the- city yesti i -
I .]<    .:.
f thi      festut tern
"'  - ��� - ���  ,
tie Boj
- ��� ...
-   ���    ���       ...
���     ���
.i     ite
in  th( ..   .. .-
-    eutage of them are lati
rom   outside    |   int.      Mi     O
���      ���    ��� : -
���   ��� ���  Scotia, Ni n   i stati.
''        '       - . ...
. .  ��� asti
em Ci :	
Ul the en      ret ar
rived    ack at i fact there ii
a i il   . ....
ended . .  still  to
return. i nei] a .
manj   ol  i'.- :.- i   ei i -.   mtl
after  < ���
-     .- -     Jany ol
rooms owde pres
(nt  timi   an :   ������ill  bi   ol    ��� irsi   still
:.   -.-   ti lie :.  the    Id pupils      - all I-.,
���   .. . i     In view i     lie i     -
- ���   trustee*   are        ��� ious   to
 e the win j
t as early       . ������        pos-
f a man found 1
��� ' ���   ���   er a few days ag i b)  a
<., V. A;  E. surveyoi e    are i
.   se o fa Swi le, Ole !
1    ��� ;    >vho  ii:    ppeared  from  a   log-
-     ���        e yean ag . afti ���
������   ��� ���  ed  thre its  thai   he in- J
������ '  to end   ���      days  by  banging,
man   ... -   -   ghtlj   ���:��� mented  ut i
��� ��������������� ��� ni   daj   !;���   wandened
an : m thing further   bas   been
: ���:  -. ...   Prom the * ���
��� ghl of tb<      .   .
��� and othei   d< tails    suj , lie d    by
'���������'   ���        ,: ���   grew,  n ���    relics,
enti the river,    whe    re-
��� '   ���    thi .. aram -     - I    thi
��� ���  ���    :..-,-;  to  bt 11 ve    Unit
ones of Ole   I lis   n,
men who made tli-j
��� ������  the   B] ot    wl -  ���     tl:-
eleton was foui ���'.. tht . m glected to
���. anj   way, and sin ������   then '
th  ���   havi   ��� ��� ��� :���    nable    to    find    it
Yestei     ���  morning an I afl  r-
noon, Provin    d i . ns al .-   : . ane und
Mr.   Wilkie,  one of the   V.,   V.   &  E.
���';��� n,   Be in I ��� :   for   the   ski lete :i     in
��� ���..ti.   The-   ;���. ni - are In a  little fre-
I ��� nte I spot In thi woods, and it may
be   im e   for  the  constable   to
the  place,  in  which  case  thei
ng -��� ������    ' -  ::.;,;. be   left undis- '
- el  foi   '..;' nths ur even   . ���   i s t<
��� ���    im    -   :��� .   othei  parties    turn
ble   upon the   bones bj accident.
by  Desertions.
Advices   from  the   border  are  that
j
in  B] ite of every effort   of the immi-'
gratli :; office)b t pn vent it. Japanese who have been imported to work,
for the Canadian ''.ecilic railroad are
nightly slipping across the line Into
the States in numbers and working
their way through woods and around
towns until they reach Seattle or
some large town, where they can
safely bury themselves from the authorities in their own quarter. Although the immigration department of
the United Stati -��� il spei lal watchmen tee the border to keep an outlook
for this Nippon invasion, they have e
een unable tie keep out all <f those
desiring to maki ���1--i way into that
country. It is impo=si :��� . unless .he
entln lender line is patroilei night
and day. to prevent the "runnng" of
the lines, and there is apparently no
hope of relief for the Americans un- .
less more stringent measures even
than are in practice at present are
taken by the railroad officials to
prevent the Japanese escape from the
construction cam; b,
SAN MATEO TEAM IS    Siui^lP WAR IS
STRONG AGGREGATION    GROWING STRONGER
Coote, Formerly of New Rival Companies Cut Rates
Westminster, Plays With Across Atlantic-Too Much
Californians Coming Here     Competition the Cause.
Snowball for Booth.
St.  '��� bn   N   :y \ ig, l'T��� The coun-
���     ���    li     . ��� to present an ad-
dn -���-  oi   ������   ��� .-��� ���; :  anj   fi rm -1 wel-
e I    Gi neral Booth.   This has led
to a serious different    I   .;-:n: en be-
' ki ���:.-'������   mayoi and council, and the
"���-     chara ������:iz<s  the  decision  as
i        lisgrace.
to have    Frasi     slbh
: ������������ 1   at  Tol.a inlet
���   waters.
-.VHIST   PARTY.
t'l
EES ARGUMENT
WAS   UNANSWERABLE.
���    V ���   \v :
ran   With ;i man in
Sn y,l  k   Bucklln
afternoon,  and  un-
. ���   on account
Ige of Englisl .
; \ a-.   ���   ron
ng to Um  Cell  I
an    ax,    a
, hain
���i  ri-   attempt   to
���i--   the  whiti
3p    dilj   con-
' hen l.e<... .i
with   thi   ax
.::   iei-  eye,  and
��� -   larts, ������'.:'   '
b -   heels.    F<
��� ��� '. and he evadi :
after ei   frantl
��� !. arrested Chen
. and landi l him
��� -i -   he was I. ������
$50  and a  bi I
-.-   more axes In
Th    police mag-
..-  wlll   atempi   lo
rouble, an I
��� ii    use  ol   the
. bj  the provi -
-1
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F
ki
Beulah   Reoukahs   Enters n     Friends
n  K.   of  P.  Ha I.
A   .<..    successful   - ..    ���-..-   bi Id
., -- evi ning In th<   K. :  P hall un-
��� I ���   .          ��� -          ��� ge of Bue-
lah   IU   . .    -       \ bo e- -   ������ :������-��� ������
.  .e...- and    theii friends
i the af fa
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.
...   j  .-..���;:.    e be wi .
..   e Mrs. (     ��� -- '���
Staii       er, and
A-on by Mrs. S    ��� ad il.
J  . The   first - ted
tiny  silt
....       ,   ..,_..    ��� a
...     s' booby prize was     -   -
I shoe horn, w
���
.ented witi
.   : gany casi
Games and
age until ������'������'
...    . ���      and    the
d   ght.
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arrang ''    '
���able et
TWO NEW MINISTERS
NAMED BY PREMIER
Lawn Tennis Tournament.
Events in the lawn tennis tournament has been arrangi 1 for Wednes-
daj and Thursday as follows: Wed-
nesday, " p.m., Miss Charleson and
Miss C. Corbould vs. Miss Peele and
.Mrs. Diamond; 4.30, Lafferty and
M .Quarrie vs. O'Brien and Sutherland; 4.30, Sargeant vs. Lewis; a.I'e,
Dorer and Baker vs. Russell and Davis: 5.30, White vs. DeBeck. Thursday, 4.15. Lewis and Partner vs. Me-
Farlane and Miss Morton; 5.15, Johnston vs. Tulk; 5.15, Russell vs. McQuarrie; 5.15, Davis and Miss Cotton
vs. Stewart anel Miss G. Corbould.
According to Mr. Ross a visitor to]
thee City who is a resident of San Mateo, California, the- San Mateo lacrosse
team which may plaj New Westminster and Vancouver teams on British
Columbia grounds this fall, is an aggregation worthy to go against the
best. He states that tbe team is the
champion bunch of California. A
moving spirit in the club is Mr,
Coote, formerly of this city, a son Of
Sandy Coote, and besides him aie a
number of good players from Eastern
Canada who know the Canadian national game nearly as well as tha
best.
The   San  Mateo   tram     applied     ;i
couple of weeks ago to be admitted ,
to   the   lacrosse   tournament     which:
will be played in this city during ex- {
hibition week, but the application had I
to be turned down on account of the
list   having   been   completed   prior   to
the  receipt    of the    document.    Mr.
Ross is confident that had the southerners  been admitted  to the tournament  they  would have   surprised  the
fast  players of British  Columbia.
The manager of the R. A. & I. society   has   notified   the    San     Matej,
team that the society will do its best j
to    arrange  a  match     between    the j
champions   of   the   tournament     and
them, in view of which it is probable
that there will be international games
played   in   New   Westminster    during
the  latter part  of October. e
Sir Wilfrid Laurier Selects
Dr. Pugsley and George P.
Graham for Cabinet.
HIGH EINANCE PASTOR
SQUANDERS $300,000
Flock Listened to Leader's
Visionary Get-Rich-Now
Schemes -Lamentations.
 j   27���Sir  Wilfrid
esterd       ba 1   an   intei vii w
and place      efore
general   the      mes  ol   the
listers h -e.i    to
:v t,
.:   al Ini ��� meeting In the
.    -.      id the result of 1 he In-
v.th his excellen       was re-
.   Sii    Wilfrid   tee   his     colleagues      '.���������   -���   -:���-   the   two     ui w
ers were  teli gra] b< ;   fi r    and
they t\ 111 ���   :.-  to Ottawa I     ������   ^   ra
in.     Dr.   Pugsley   will   succeed     Mr.
���  son   and   Mr.  George  P.  Graham will ��� nti:  the cabinet from Ontario.
fcinese Foreign Office
Demands Indemnity
\^ th; ���
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27  -The Btate de -
bj the news that
. office has   re-
li iel   in   which   five
-��� re Killed off the
ll   i   ..ear ago by
ol   the news lies in
oil Be statemenl
���  ' Issue with the
! he .la; anese ao-
polltely aa possi-
 eiiese were fired
resistance,
lal reporl was W
thought   that   the
i ��� ad
11 to lhe scene of
having  made his
dally  understood
��� el llu' case as one
H'ng   by the  Amerri
the    Japanese
: the killing of the
B< lie-rally   regarded
Japan    should
have     . ts demand ni
unit .
\n    ���-   -
tradict  Ihe 1        'State
porl i, full        ���      '���':" Possibilities
i��� the diplon    .  ������ '^ c0,,ntry a,,;
Japan,
Warning to R T. cf T. Men.
Bellingham, v-   -���   ^ '   '
the effect of poison taken bj d   al
water from a       '    '
Hardy,  .em-  of tin     loneen   oi    his
'part Restate, t n.J    ;;
Le al   Mou ttain View,    F    :
same cause, according to phys
Mrs. Draiden, a daughter ol th. dead
man
and bei son. en
Emma   Looks for Trouble.
,       ....     t    \ .-mall army
Amsterdam, Aut   --
of detectives is her. ;-'-;;..
tries watchl
anarchist     on <   f         ,
* Violent spee           ���' . w,at.
lng one bj Emma   I -     "
\  ..���:.. ng the meml ers oi  a
��� ,   - .    on   it.-   way     to
Vancouvi r over the G N. K. gave the
tram �������� ���'.  a lively time :< r a whi e
a  m n rning.   The troubli   Is
I to have sl    ted wh< n    ae of the
.ered    I in   bi
.....     .     the  ���   m-pany waa
.   .     .   . ������ nti ms   I    his  wife
ensl .    -  I    .
5.   After thi   guilt
:: Ilj .: use by thi
���i.  two cam   to bl >ws
... -   :,    . fi -.-.   minuti
,.;..:  was flashed bj one
,  lies, and it was oniy    bj
g thi illicit lover into the  u --
gi ge cai that a     i  n r's Inq lest wa
ti !,    The   man   respi nslhle    fo:
.. .,,,;   ,   ,, turned   t'i the    States
yesterdaj   morning.
Ottawa, Aug, 27���For the pasl nin
ing English woman has
I,,,.,, mas meradlng In Ottawa    as   i
.,.,.,, and evidently a  member   of a
g, ng ol llghl   fingered gentry.    "He"
all   i on arrival at the Y. M. C. A..
..   ,,   rch   oi   work,  and   after   being
,,i in the scullery of a gentle-
, . ,,.  I,, ise obtained a position as a
clerk In a leading dry goods store.
Articles began to be missed, and
, .,,.,. u.\]y the young "man" was ask-
. , ,, enter the manager's office. In
searching "his" person the Identity of
i,j���-- sex was discovered, ancl enough
. . ien - secured to convict, but
oprletor, tor business reasons.
refU8ed to prosecute. ".lames Thomp-
.,,,11" therefore, from being a capture I
.,,.,��� j. now a free woman, and ba
made herself scarce.
Pittsburg, Aug. 27���Rev. John H.
Norris. pastor of the Pentecostal
irch at Mi unt Washington suburb,
tooi a flyer in high life, which has
;ost him and the mi mix rs ol his congregation $300,000. The members of
Pastor Xon;-' :1 ii k bad dreams ol
becoming millionaires. Now they are
i wondering whethei thej are going to
any of the :. money back. The
true state oi affairs I ��� ame known
when Mr-. William Waters, who invested  $1". i  iti   Norris'  enterprise,
started  suit   to  recover her money.
Dr. Norris 11 m ted a mill and
mining company and had the offices
��� l.i - com ern In the asement of the
rin,rch. With $300 I i I In ' from
Lie sab- of stock, he bought 1,000
a. -, s ol Ohio lan ' i itaining coal and
claj. A '��� ��� ��� : .' ' mpany wa _
f irmed to exploit the land, but thai
venture did nol succei l and the ;.. --
���   ��� forme l a fire bi ie k i ompany.
This was -r. ��� igcessful and the
; astor  I ought       Bilvi i   mine.
This sch wi nl the way of the
there an I fi  ���       i ��� i  -
pointed.
FINDS   VAST   BODY   OF
WHITE   PINE   STANDING
Grand Forks, Aug. 27���Former
Mayer M. D. While has Just returned
from an etxended trip through the
vast tin. ej ii.n,i'e^..iii.u:utd at b&h
altitudes on the north fork of the
Kettle river. White says that at an
elevation of more than $,000 fee.
above sea level on Cedar creek and
on the divide between the north fork
of Kettle river ami Christian lake, a
'���<;> growth of white pine can be
fi and. It is a common thing to see
a white pine tree five feet through
and about one hundred and fifty feel
high, he says.
On this tri]i White was accompani
ed by an experienced cruiser who
made a careful estimate of the timber
and says that each limit of 640 acres
would averbge 10,000,000 feet of timber. Of this amount fully 6,000,000
'��� -1  would  be pure white pine.
New York, Aug. 27���Shipping men
��re watching with interest the trans-
Atlantic Steamship war, which continues bO grow. Every day has its
developments now, as om- line after
another cuts the rate. II the conflict
keeps up much longer bargain hunters
will get a chance to go to Europe on
shopping expeditions ut cheap rates.
Tin- steerage late war which
brought the trouble to a heael is the
direct insult of the refusal of one of
the coniinent.il lines to permit the
Russian volunteer fleet to enter the
steamship conference, and thus have
access to the conference agent and
the general business. The so-called
conference was established by agreement among the lines for the purpose
of settling their differences, distributing business and maintaining rates.
It has now  collapsed.
Other alleged causes for the fight
are the entrance of the uew Cunarder
Lusitanla into the competition, and
the trouble which started months ago
over a protest by the German lines
against the White Star line's minimum rate for steamers of the Arabic
and Baltic class boats that draw the
finest class of tourists, but for which
the company demands a different rate
on account of the- slower speed of
these s'oamers.
John Lee. vice president of the International Mercantile Murine company, speaking of the trouble Bald:
"There has been an understanding
among the North Atlantic companies,
but there is nothing binding, nothing
to prevent them from doing what they
are elolng now. What, the emi will litis not difficult to forecast. After
every company has lost about as
much money as it feels it can afford,
there will be meetings ami concessions and agreements without end."
The attention of Herr Ballin, director general of the Hamburg-American
Steamship line, was called today to
the report published !n Liverpool ilia"
the Hamburg-American line was
about to reduce iis eastbound saloon
passage rates. He said that iw further
reduction of saloon rates is Intended
at present. **�����*.. ^
.   ;:��� '*r$i^
EIGHT   FISHERMEN   ARE "^.
FINED  $5.   BY   MAGISTRATE.'
Quadruple Hanging.
Lancaster, Pa��� Aug. 26���The death
���'���'. rrant : ir the hanging of four Italians here on Octobei ::. is the first
warrant foi four persons to be executed In Pennsylvania in many years.
There have been many double hangings, and on< eet two triple executions
have been known in recent years, but
thi Issuance of a warrant for four to
be hangi ' on a single Bcaffold is
withe ,- . - aenl In the memory of
the men serving in the state offices.
Fines of $.", each and costs wero
levied on eight fishermen yesterda
by Captain Pittendrigh in the district
court.- Nine men were charged with
having violated the clos- season regulations b.v fishing above the Fraser
river bridge on Sunday evening about
a month ago, eight of whom were
fined. The men contended that they
were not aware that the regulations
opposed their fishing on Sunday evening above the bridge, ami in view
of this plea of Ignorance, Captain
Pittendrigh levied only a small fine.
Location of District
WELUMH HAS SOARED
Chicago,   Aug.   27.���Delayed cablegrams recelvi -l lasl night from Wai
Wellman, sent   via  Spltzbi rgen,  give-
rise to the belie! thai be is already
on his airship journey to the north
pole.
The cablegrams announced thi t
everything was in perfect condition
last Friday and thai a trial trip of
fifty miles was scheduled for that
day. In the even! that tha trial was
satisfactory, the start was scheduled
for the next  day, last Saturday,
Wellman cabled that tbe monster
airship was holding the hydrogen
well and behaving perfectly. The
manufacture of the gas to fill the
balloon began the last week in April,
and it was Inflated without any trouble.
In last night's message Wellman
announced thai the flight could b"
delayed until September 1 or even as
late as September 5 if conditions
were not satisfactory. But it is believed he found the wind favorable
and that he is now far in the Arctic
regions.
Is Puzzling Problem
When  Is the f iture location ol thi
:���    ���'. ti I district?
This is the problem which at pr .--
��ent faces the police committee of tne
, city council, to which the matter of
looking into the advisability of cleaning out the lower end of the city of
the   undesirables   was   referred to   at
the council  meeting -,,n  Monday evening.    It   is  admitted   on   every  aide
that the change must  lake place, the
women  have been tolerated in   their
nresent quarters far too long as it is,
| the  miserable  shacks   in   which    the
1 heinous traffic i.s conducted have bar-
' red the way to the development west-
��� ward  of   the   business   district,   have
. beta a disgrace and a reflection upon
] the moral standing of tbe community
j for years past, and have    beckoned
j many a young  man  to shame, ruin.
and mier degradation,
But   now   tlle   appointed   time   bas
I arrived,   and   women   wait   the   order
i which  is lo expel them from    their
pn ii ai quarters and relegate them ti'
som;j other and less conspicuous posi
tion within or without the boundaries
of New Westminster city.
Where shall-they go, is the problem.   The suggestion that the tender-
��� loin shall be shifted to Lulu island ia
1 strongly   combated     by    landowhera
1 there,  who  announce  that   they  shall
| fight   an.v   attempt   to  allow  the  wo-
I men   to   locate   there.       Brownsville,
t across   the   river   is   also   favored by
' people who have no interests iu that
locality,   but  the  same  objections will
be made as  in  tbe Lulu island  case.
Sapperton  and the   west   end  of  the
city  residents  will   resist,  with  force
.if necesasry, any attempt io foist the
deprayed creatures upon theni.
Public feeling on this subject, is
stronger at the present time than has
been the case In the previous attempts
to evict the women, and it is recognized by business men and private
parties alike that the district must be
moved, but so far no one has yet
some forward with a suitable answer
,to the uqery
Where shall the new district be located?
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