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 ite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
[\V WESTMINSTER, B.C
ILUME 2, NUMBER 209
'    SEPLSI90^hlt4ShileS&C��
  F^AL ESTATE
^ctoria, ttffi**"bia St- Phone 85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. CM THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1907,
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10 CEN i.7>-    " WEEK
Idorse demand    inquiry into cause i
FOR WIDER DRAWS    OE BRIDGE DISASTER
BOWSER  TO VISIT
FRASER FISHERIES
With the assumption of control of
thi   fisheries ol British Columbia by
OCTOPUS   FIGHTS   FOR   LIFE
AGAINST  SIX   FISHERMEN
Nanaimo.    Sept     11 ��� An    exciting
fight wilb an octopus at Duncan bay,]
rovinclal government, the futuire hn  which   the  crew  ol   the  Kestrel
ng  requests toi    the  figured victorious, was reported on thi
THERE'S NO GAMBLING
DECLARES THE CIIIEE
GREEN MUST EXPRESS
REGRETS EOR ASSAULT
lard  uf   Trade   Supports Engineers and Others Res-
lea For 75-foot Draw on     ponsible Swear Everything
-   .e.- ni    oi    more
lovincial
arrival  of  the  federal   i " riser in  pen
?t.r..i
entine River.
Was in Perfect Condition.
.  le .-. and >'ie the northern rivers
I equented by sockeye.-:.
��� -   manager oi the  Ta
iction oompany, appeared
.    ��� ji.) oi trade last evening
��� | a scheme  for tne con-
:   a   large   business   block
rkel Bquare and fronting
., Btreet    His proposition
.   ilu- city would convey the
Quebec, Sept. 11���Inquiry was re-
sumed into tbe Quebec bridg< dlsaatei
yesti nluy. .1- Sterling Dl .-:e- chief
. num. er of tne- Phoenix Bi Ige com;
pany, Phoenixville, Penn r sumed bis
testimony, giving details ..: the woi1.:
of tbe company's officials on the
bridge', and Tin.ei. Coope :s relations
the site to bim he would erect I 1() ,h(. work,    A��� t)u, omdals of 1)ot!]
financing 1 by selling! ,,,,, phoenix ami the Quebec Bridge
companj were, iu accord, -nnl every
precaution was carried on through
every  detail of consti ivtion. and had
on the Praaer river .md tri-   yesterday afternoon   Gov* rnmenl Na
tur.ells:   Halkett,   fisheries   tnspectoi
Taylor and Caut   Newcomb   of   ;.'���
in order to thoroughl)   familiarise I Kestrel  were tbe   irinclpal actors i"
I witli conditions in respect io   ,yiU{t   XV.1S  the  tragedj   ol Ihe  octopus' life
News Man Offers to Show
Him Different, But Proposition Is Xot Taken.
Bob Cheyne's Assailant Severely Criticized at Association Meeting.
..:  $10 a shaii-.  and after CODSt-
,g thi   I uil '���-:- transfer the title
iack iu the city.   He vrr.i*
..   the title in his owu nam.?
i   ���   bit      ��� position weight in fan-
I���.:..   .      The building us  pianircu,
ted, would cost $200,000 and he
::.��� salmon fisherii r- of the Fnufcf
river, Hon. w  .1   Bowser, minister of
".-ri ii, -. win leave aboul the end of
the present month for ilu BetOn lake
hatcher} and O^ber spawning grounds
of the  sockeye.    He  will  mi et    John
P. Babcock, provincial commissioner
ef fisheries, and with him will go
fully Into the question of the conservation of tiie salmon fisheries of t li * ���
Fraser    Mr. Babcock is ai present ai
while making ee lan ling at Duncan
bay they perceived cn en'topus in the
water and Immediately started to cap
lure it- The monster fought erispe",-
ately, exhibiting terrible strength it
would  throw one  ti ntacle around  n
rock,   defying   the   united   efofns   of
some   five  or   six  in- 'i   in   the   boat  te
dislodge  it-    Tlic struggle lasted  for
an   hour   or   more,  boat   hooks,   oals.
Quesnel looking
grounds in thai
porfi l   that   but
over   tbe
vicinity,
very   few
pawning   (.)|,|1S  an(j   |uljves  ieing   used  on   tbe
11   is   re-
sockeyes
any  defect   been   noticed,   it   was  Ilie   have   reached   the   spawning  grounds
duty of those discovering it to report
it. to the proper officials-
McClure, who followed, said he bad
- partner would be willing to I ueen appointed Inspecting engineer at
...  tor $20,000..worth of stock,  the bridge by Cooper, and  was    re-
Gillies addressed the meeting aft | sponsible   to   Messrs.    Cooper   and
iderable length, showing up the Hoare.   He had never to report, bow-
ntages that  would accrue to fife   ever, as every piece had  come Trom
through having such a building| the sEop fn perfect condition.
ed   here.    Several   members   re-
to Mr   Gillies  commending the j next  witness.    His  duty  was to see
but   expressing tndlrjthal   the iron  was   in   good  condition
before it   went  on  the bridge.    As  a
rule  he   inspected   it   on   delivery   of
cars   at   Chaudiere 'storage yards.  He
never noticed  anything except minor
defects, which were worked up for repairs.
Seven more bodies'" of victims were
this river this season, and the re
������''.ilts at both Dominion and urovlncla
hatcheries are expei ted tii be ejected
lngly poor.
octopus, until finally It waa landed in
the boa. Even while dying it Bhoweo
great strength.
piousness as to  whether tne  rate-
en would fall in with the idea of
cling   the  property   to  a   stranger
Ihuut receiving value-   A committee
|m the boaul was appointed io Ih.-
tigate further aud assist  Mr. Gil-
in .very way possible:    They are
Holmes, H  A. Eastman and Mar-
il Sinclair-
Mr. Gillies bad a second scheme. He
fted that he hael a gang ot' men In
rity who were  here for the  pur*
a uf opening a brick manufacturing
Iness for him and that all he need-
was the sand and clay,  "tie stated
bli :irm was prepared to expend
1,000 In the  industry,    in repjy to
Inquiries, Mr. Cillies was inform-
as to the location of several sand
Graham Welccmed Back
Brockville, Ont., Sept- 11���Ctthtens
from all points In the surrounding
country gathered bore yesterday, to
attend the public reception to Hon
t;>urge p Graham. When tiie meeting
opened this afternoon at l o'cloch
victoria bail was crowded to the
doors, President w Bruce of the Ll>
the office of the secretary of state'' eral association, presiding, and an nu-
beie this morning. Heel a most sat- dress appreciative of the honor he
Isfactory interview with Sir Wilfrbl has brought to the riding and of bis
Laurier- Am sure a satisfactory solu- executive ability was presented tothe
tion  will re-suit-    No good can follow e ne'W  minister of railways and  canals
Will "Our Dick" Please Explain.
Ottawa.   Sept-   11���To   the     Worhl.
Vancouver, BC���Lieutenant governor
under  instructions from  Premier Mc-
Kinloeh. bridge   inspector,  was  the   Bride   withheld   bis   assent   to   Natal
act   .ast   session.    This  1   verified   In
from overt acts- Tlu Japanese and
Chinese in the country must be protected  and we only  weaken our own
picked uji today  floating a short dis-  cause "bj rioting-
tan re   from   the
been identified.
bridge.     Five   have
(Signed) R. C MACPHERSON.
after which he made a reply. Upon
resuming bis sent Hon. Mr Graham
was formally nominated as lhe Hbt ral
candidate for the bye-election to be
1 held on the 26th.
LARGEST CHURCH  IN WORLD.
Rockefeller Behind Scheme to Erect
Monster Edifice.
Clevelnd, Sept. 11��� The church that
will l.e the largest and most novel In
this country anil probably in lhe
world, ri to be built here tinder tiie
in close proximity to the city j enthusiastic support of John D-Rock-
Id the members giving fhe infor- efeller- Tiie edifice is to stand on the
loo were confident were worth ' present site of Euclid Avenue Baptist
0% church, the Rockefeller xplace of wor- I
ship, and   will  bear the name of the
present structure.
It   will be sixteen  stories high and
I e  Institutional In  character,    having
gymnasia,    lecture rooms,    in    which
nsive  scheme   was   commented  on   coui es of lectures will be delivered,
several   members.    Marshal] Sin- rooms for clubs ami societies for the
expressed surprise thai a report | work of men. women and children tiri
the committee had    not    been   various  fields,    training schools    for
oming. especially as the season i missionaries, servants,   artisans, res-
RUSSELL HOTEL CANNOT
BE COMPLETED FOR FAIR
HINDUS NOT ALLOWED
TO LAND LAST EVENING
thv
Tne nine hundred Hindus who
hotel have resigned i arrived in Vancouver yesterday eve-
the viev? then thev cnn- < ning ou board the Monteagle remaln-
ne matter of advertising the coin-
���"e'eiil advantages of the city among
era capitalists was again discuss-
and  the  laxity   of the advertising
inmlttee in  formulating ��  compre-
gettlng pretty well advanced. \V-
Kerr thought that one season was
"I as another for launching ;>u
vertlsing campaign, and not till the
l*n evas dead and buried would* H
ton late to advertise- H- T- Thrift
��� In favor of advertisln
t:��iirnnts, dormltoritea and hospital.
The owner nnd  contractors of
new   Russell
themselves t
not possibly get the hostlery into condition   for  Ibe  accommodation  of exhibition  visitors-    Owing to the hick
of sufficient helpers the work has got
greatly behind  and  Mr.  Fader Stated
(yesterday  that  be concluded that  the
establishment would not be ready for
occupancy before the fifteenth of November-    The Vanstone    Heating    &
'Plumbing   company,   he   stated,   had
; lost  considerable time  in  getting the
��� heating  apparatus   insTflleel.  and   the
contractors.  Smith   &  Sherbourn8,  of
Vancouver, had also progressed much
mme slowly than they had anticipated. The agreement between Mr. Fader
and the contractors call for the coih-
Notices will be posted on the Lulu j
island  bridge today thai  all persona  pley0��� of 1]u, ,,���,���, by th... ;���'feenth
hauling loads exceeding 2,000 pounds i, Sf,,.tf>mh(^  otherwise a monetary
the bridge will do so at their j ������,���,,��� hapomos   effective   and   in-
exceeding 2,000 pounds l   , S���ptember
over tne ariose will do so at their penaJty becomes
modestly own risk- This notice w.11 displace the , creasea   aB )ime h<)PS nn.   ���  t8 ex-
Toronto and  Montreal  news-j0ne which has been effective tor the pected that C- .1- Tabor, the lessee of
and
ed on board that vessel all night, and
will be disembarked at an early hour
this morning and Bhippea out of the
City, in order to prevent any hostile
demonstration on the pari of tl'*'
white men who have been taking an
active part In the rioting of the | ast
lew iluy-s- Tlle (.'- V ll. wharf was
sacred property all last evening, no
one but officials being permitted to
approach within hailing distance ol
the liner- A large ciowel stool ��� |
hours some distance away, but there
was no attempt to rush the ropes i i
otherwise show tbi' feeling against
the Asiatics which actuated the mob.
In Chinatown everything was qul��t
A few curious whites passed throtfgb
every once in a while, generally in
groups, bul no attempt at molestation was made.    Notices In the Ohi-
The  chief of  police   budded  oul   as
a theorist yesterdaj  afternoon when
be was asked bj  b News man what
was being done concerning the gamb'
ling  ne Chinatown     Tins  li los  an
swer:
"i am convinced thai  there is no
gam) 'iug among white- men  in Chins
town The chinks may potsibl)
:"iiubie among themselves, but no
w hit*, man (an gel intei the game. I
know wb) tbe N'ews published that
storj thli morning a certain hotel
keepi i is responsible, and he is mak
ing a kick because be wants to in-
iroduc. gambling on bis own prem
;e<        That's his theory,
chief Mcintosh declined to name
the hotel man iii question, and tho
News ig still ignorant of his identity.
Whoevei  the mysterious bonlface is.
be    nine-:   be  an  expert   Udepntllist.   for
ii is certain thai the ordlnaij channels of communication bave not be n
used by him- Thought transference li
Uie  on!.,   solution-
fcfter denying the truth of the story,
tha i bit f challenged th enewspaper
meni to name' a white man who hud
been gambling in the two joints named, and again stated that the Chinese
we nl.I not allow the whiles to play-
He offered to send a man to Chinatown wiih the N'ews man during the
course of the evening, and was ready
| to bach bis slaleinent with coin 1bat
lb<". WOUld not be allowed to play ill
��� any  of  the joints.
HiS Offer Wftg promptly accepted, the'
only stipulation being thai the News
man's companion should not be a
member of the police force
No ont; appeared at Ihe News of fie v
yesterday evening, but the offer Is
still open. Unless the chief has warned the Chinamen In the meantime,
any white man can go down to the
two places mentioned in the News
yesterday morning and play black
JftOk, chnck-a-luck, or any other game.
He will lose money on these games
every time, because the games are
not on tho square.       ri �����
, ���"��� -^^
MAN
Green, the Maple Leaf club lacrosse
player, was Mverelj criticised at b
special meeting ol the n C Lacrosse
AMoelatlor beid in Vancouver last
evening, for ins actios In assaulting
Bob Cheyne during the progress of
the Vancouver Maple Loaf match at
Vancouver on Augusi  _.-., and on ���
villi- ol lhe meeting he was ordered
to tender Mr   Cheyne el public apology
for his action Green will also bo
asked U> apologias to the Association.
ii was plainl] stated at the meting,
all parties concurring, that any future
actions ol a similar nature' during the
progress  Of  game's   will   result   in   trie
suspension ol the offending member
or members.
Wiih retard to Ibe Vancouver-New
Westminster protested match, ft wns
decided   te>  have  the  clubs  Interested
appoint each a representative to meat
and U\ a dale ami place tor re-play-
ing the match- Meetings of the clubs
will be held at an early dale to name
repri ��� < ntatlves,
Tin- necessary arrangements for
playing the scheduled match bMwflea
the Vancouver team and the Maple
Leafs at   Hrocktem TTiftit  Ofl Saturday
afternoon   wens   made.   A. \V  Gray
-vas appointed to aoi U referee and
Billy Clifford judge of play. OtlK'T
minor  matters  were  dealt   with.
The Ni w Westminster Olub was represent! el at last evening's meeting by
Aid   V,ray  ami C.  A-  Welsh-
expressed at the former meeting
n large advertising scheme should
lie undertaken  by the  board of
at 3,000 pounds,
and Is of course
the time, hence
The  bridge  is  old '
getting  weaker  all !
the decrease  of 1he '
, nese  language  were   posted    in    con-
���\-  E-  White repeated his   last couple of year*jilndng Hierifmlt > n_o  ,_..,���,   wjl]  ,._...jvp ,..._.,.  .,,,���,.,   the Upicuous   places,   and   attracted   con-
middle of October. Siderable attention among the Ceies
  liais.   dozens   of   them   standing     in
��� front of the bulletins and discussing
Jewish  Blood  Runs  Freely. ��� th(,   lnformatlpn,     vvi](,M    questI6flbd,
Bralla,  Rounrajila,  Bept, n���News-j howeveri there was nol a Chink who
papers reports,  have i  ached ber.' of ; "savvied-"
another serious   and atrocious    aim ��� ���
Jewl b   outbreak   al   Kishinev.    It   Is i Murder Suspected,
estimated thai nd less than 80 Jews     riieuui     Porks,    Sept.     ll -JamaB
lost   their  livis in  encounters  with  Weloher, one of Hie best known pros-
in' Inflamed populace.   The outbreak
occurred on  Monday.     The    Jewish
:- alone but by the city as a whole-  atraln put ni>on it
While though! that  the adTertis-
- committee, of which7 D- Taylor
ii man,  should   hae  acted    on
"   "i   ibe   suggestions   for   adver-
!i   Industrial sites, that bave been
nnl a: various meetings since
B' 'me    ()., motion of 11. T. Thrift
���    'Lei;- was instructed to write
1,1   chairman of the  advertising
"nmlttoe insisting upon a report at
nexl meeting.
t Gilley reported for the river
of  them  who  made Iheir way  to the
foot  draws
banks of  the Pruth   in   the hope    of
importune
're the public at an early date. [ government a
expected   that  a
111,1   I'e   called   and
i'i-   a  ,iei,-en,,.,  t.���  onn^0  m'each constructed over the Serpentine ,,,,,- ,
. .    .������,    ���,   ,r   driven bad-: by frontier guards,
or tri ,-.,���-.,o ..���....,. ,,.���,   -,���,i   viromeki  rivers Instead   ol  4->
onej
i ass. .I by ll- T Thrift who expressed
the opinion thai the preseni woulU
be an opportune time to direct fiie
government's attention to the memorandum sent early in the summer pressing for European rather
than Asiatic immigration. On million
the suggestion was referreS to the
Immigration committee.
Acting   on   lhe   written   request   of
! McBrlde & Kennedy, solicitors for the
"��'in committee that they had j Hyland A Sullivan lumber company,
1 working industriously and hoped  the presldenl and secretarywere au-1
have something of importance t? thortzed   to  communicate  with    the
1 tore ibe nni,tin .et ������, ���a,r\y date. ' goverunii'tit and also with ths offiC-Ss ,
public   meeting ' of thfi G N- R. and endeavour to have ,
that  plans  tor I bridges  with at  least  T
l   a   delegation   to   Ottawa   to   each
tin.' expenditure of government   and   Nicomekl
'"  improving the river  would   foot draws as are planned by the rati- j
l;li|l before the meeting. way company.    Mr. Gilley gave it as
v E. \VbiU. reported on his trip to ' his opinion lhal a 46 foot draw would j
1:,v" lake as a representative of tha j be a treat hindrance to the mill coftV
,:ml of trade with officials of the ' pany In towing logs up to their mill
["���Pany and members of the Vancou- because of the fact that nothing less
r b��ard of trade.    He gave a com-. than CO foot booms cnn be economical-
Miensive idea of the great work that' ly handled-
-"'"- . on    at  Stave    lake,  where,     A complaint was received 1,-o.ee w
[entually 76,000 horse power will be ! E- Lakin..
pnessed. I q, n. r. because of ?he alleged slow
s Curtis of the road and brfdges ; manner  in   which   the railway  torn-
"l:"lil"<' reported on th^    negotia- | pany  handles his  freight-    Mr. Lak-
,u:!- entered  into  with  the council   lng expressed his kick in strong terms
Sllr"> municipality which resulted I an.l   the letter  was  endorsed  by  H.
' 1,|;i" being decided upon where- j T- Thrift who stated that he had had
wagon road will be constructed   experiences of his own with the <���   \
Eraser river bridge to Bon   R.    The  matter wis referre
The  road  he  stated   would   transportation committee for
l,(l|it $6,000 and would he rlnanc-   gatlon-
.,l" ll>e local improvement plan- Other routine business was transact-
^���"e immigration was briefly dis-  cd after which the meeting adjourned
i quarter of Kinshinev was attaceked
ley organized bands of roughs, who
looted   house.-;   and   shops,   and   ruth-
1 lessly   killed  or   wounded    all    those
I who attempted to defend their property.   The Jews are fleeing from Kis-
��� liinev   in   a   slate   of   panic     Many
pectors of Ibis districl, and the original discoverer of [franklin camp tfai
been drowned iu Curlew lake, Wash
ingion.    lie attended  the labor 'lay
picnic at tin' ink'' on thi 2n i Instant
and was noi seen after until Ml u e -
evening, when search parties found
his lifeless body al the bottom of tli.'
lake'      Coul   play   is  SUSP 'cf 1   ee-    ble
watch   ami   some   money  be   luni
gone.    Tbe coroner  .it  Republic
finding protection in Roumania were holding   an investigation    into
oause of his drowning-   The decei
. I was about fifty years of age nml
married.
RAILROAD IS  PLANNED \	
TO  CROSS  DEATH VALLEY
Los Angeles, Sept. 11���Harry 17-
(Baker is staying at tlw Ha^vweard
hotel-    Mr. Baker Is the associate of
FORMULA  DID   NOT  WORK
INVENTOR GETS NO MONEY
Boston,   Mass.,  Sept 11���A  venoct
was given for the defendants, Henry
John  Salsberry, the mining baron or j IL Rogers and Charles Pratt, of!v;w
Tonopah and   Goldfleld,  the    lumbeer I York, by Auditor Winlield S- Slocum,
,-p \  .1,1    a-ainst the  kIne of Southern Nevada, the copper i of  the  supreme  court,  yesterday  In
king of llfoehebe. ] a   suit  brought by  Cadwallader    ?l-
Mr- Bnker announces th'nt work )ias j Raymond, of Somervllle, lo recover
begun on the construction of a rail- $50,0110,000 alleged to be due In roy-
v.ay forty-two miles long, from Mon-   alties for the use of a s-ecret process
IN  FIERCE FIGHT
WITH  PACK  OF  JACKALS
Cape Town, Sept. 11 -While he
was on a shooting trip about fourteen
miles from his home at Beaufort
Wast, Cape Colony, this weeiT, A. IS.
Clarke Kuir, a. British settler, had a
terrible fight with .frickni*.
Whal lie took to be a henl of buck
approaching him turned mil to be a
pack of "Panne" jackals, the large
variety so much dreaded b.v Gartners
ond herdsmen. Instead of allowing the
puck lo pass unmolested, be fired
and killed the leader.
The Others advanced on hlm, nnl
before they surrouiuleil hlm be Wile I
three more and wounded two. Then a
grim fight iig.alust overwhelming odds
began, for be was alone iii Hi' bush-
rising bis rifle as a club, Mr. Knit disposed "I a few more of the Hfutes,
but bis weapoj broke and he was
lefi wilb only the two barrels to defend himself. 1l\ ihis time In' was
fearfully loi ie and mauled .about tli -
neck, arms ami thighs, and was rap-
Idly growing exhausted.
Jusi   before  he  sank   to  !h-' grx n.i '
unconscious on<   large jackal sprang
on his shoulders and  burled Its teeth
In his neck, .and he remembered  nothing  more.    When  iie recovered   hi.-.
_( I senses he was in a sheep kaartal with
' four friends, who  bail  saved his life.
They came on the scene as he was
falling,   and as  tlle   infurltaeil   beasls
were  rushing on  him  to  teiar him to
plires n  few  shots  and a  combined
rush  scattered  the animals In al!  directions.
After taking hlm home. Mr. Knlr'i
rescuers returned, nnd found twenty
one dead jackals, wnlch they skinned- They sent him half a dozen
of the skins as mementos of the In-
cident-
Abe Hummel is Dying
New   York.     N   Y .   Sept.     lt--.\he
Hummel   lies   In   Blnckwell's     Island
penitentiary hospital on the  verge of
death from organic jUsease.
According lo Dr SlRinumt Tynberg.
president Of the board of medical control. It Is very doubtful Whether Im
wlll live to regain his liberty. Onco
the licenotst of the lawyers at the New
York bar, he has sunk Into a slate
1 of lethargy, and keeps to his cot almost constantly-
Hummel became  111 on his    first
night in prison, on May 22. ami nexl
day he was admitted to the hospital'.
..After a weeks' treatment he was given-
ligfii' -WOI'' in the prlSOD store room,
and after^nnl at garden work outside.    He  coukf ��*  s",m'   th��  ?""
tlon nnd returned S? m h,mMal
TEN GOOD TICKETS
ARE HELD LOCALLY
Salmon Sweep on St. Leger
Prizes Won by New Westminster Men.
London, Sept- 11���At Doncusler
race meeting today the St- Lager
Btake 25 sovereigns each for three
year olds, about one mile and six furlongs anil 1 ri yurils, we-ro won by
Wool winder; Halting glass was sec
ond and Acclaim was third- A Large
crowd Including King Edward were
present. Woolwinder who ran second to Richard doner's Orby in the
race for the Derby stakes was the
favorite in Ihe bel ring nt 11 to 10
against.
is
t he
soa
P'm  the
PSI  al,,
to the
invesfl-
tana station on the I_jis Vegas &
Tonopah railway to the copper properties In the Ubehebe region. This
will he the only railway to cross
Death valley  proper.
The plana of the projectors Include
the erection of �� smelter of large
capacity on ths new railway.
for rendering petroleum and its  products non-exploslvc-
Tho suit has been pending for some
time and was referred to an  auditor
J. Macdonald, formerly of the city
police force, passed through the city
yesterday on his way from Rivers
Inlet to Coeur D'ALene, Idaho, where
he will make his home for the future,
Mtacdonald quit the police force at
the beginning of the summer, and has
by the supmere court. The auditor j been logging up north since that time,
found that the formula did not per- | Judging from the wad he exhibited,
form what was claimed for it and e fortune has been smiling pleasantly
ordered a verdict for the defendants-   ' cn Vjilm during the past few months-
Considerable interest has been
token locally in this race owing to
the fact that a number of people a"
Interested in the sweep organized by
Salmon, of Victoria, a large number of
chances of which heave heen taken by
local people.    J   tl. Gamon, who sold
'-. the tickets, furnishes the following
list of winning numbers held by New
Westminster    people.    None   of   the
I winning  horses  are   included,  Wool-
I winder, the winner, being held by a
I Victoria man-
The tickets which drew horses are
58, St Martin; 74, Victoria; 76, Yeoman;   1126, Knight of    Tully;     115:!,
-. Bachelor's Beauty; 1154, Skevening;
1194, colt by Chartereus-Heartsease;
|ll9S, colt by PIorizell-NIghtshade;
2455, Hand's Cross; 2471, Lowland
Lord. The number of shares disposed
of in the sweep was in the neighbor-
i hood of 3,600-
The three winners were drawn in
order named, at follows: 3361,- 3099
and 909.
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TTTE DAILY NEWS.
T-''2~2Zi
ONE
TUNNEL WORKERS FtAK
LIVES ARE IN DANOFH
I
I
8
i
BROOCH
DAY ONLY
Saturday, Sept. 14 th
Best  B. C. Granulated   SUGAR
90c
per
sack
To any one buying $5.00 worth of goods  on   SATURDAY,
Sept. 14th, at
Kyle's Good Cheer Store
THE  HOME  OF PLENTY
255 Front Street
Windsor. Sept Ll���The first section
of the new Michigan Central tunnel
reached here today afl >r being towed
down from St Clal*, Mich-, by the
tugs Miner and Lorman.   li is a 260-
tool   sleel twin  tube .111.1   will   be  sunk
Into the 500-fool trench at the bot-|g
torn of the river after being divested {���
of its wooden casing- On account of
its size and shape some difficulty was
had in lowing it down the river, but If
1 the enl ire trip was made without a
hitch.
i Simultaneously with the arrival of
the first section, work on the tunnel
was practioall) suspended today by
a strike of nearly all the men employed in tbe underground work The
shrill workers and laborers went out
early this morning and ihis tied up
work iu other departments. Accrod-
ins to the strikers the' shield workers
were to be paid a scale of 93-98 per
daj (or I'I hOUr3' work, while laborers were to get J3-50 for the same
length of time-
The men also say that their lives
are constantly in danger anl they now
) refuse to return to work unrigs they
j are paid $4-00 a day with S hours'
'work. Tiie contractors treal the mat-
, ter lightly ami say work will not be
seriously interrupted.
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A SPLENDID
HAVE NOW ON EXHIBIT
LINE OF BROOCHES	
Gold, Gold Filled, Silver,
Diamond Set,     Pearl Set,      Amethyst,
Set,       Mourning, Souvenir,       <��c'
w    Also a full line of STICK PINS     o
| W. C. CHAMBERUN, The Jeweler
!���! Agent for the Hamilton  Watch.
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There is a lime for foerytlri
So now Is the time to set ready tor the wel  ��     ,. ���- ei; A
vesting iu a  pair of the. D.ck  Waterproof  Boots, at  I      Old CoJ
X    try Bool Store,   They are made i" men's, boys' anei   ,., :    ,^3
.'2     for school wear,
���    Vein hs io size ii   $2,(1
:      Hoys' to y.n' n     $2jj|
���ONLY AT���
l The Old Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia Sl|
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:       PHONE   276
Orders Carefully Made Up and Delivered to All Parts of the City
Rubberoid Roofing
********
It has stood the test, heat, frost, wind and rain,
gives entire satisfaction, does not harden in the
sun cr crack in the cold, always waterproof, always tight. It is light in weight, low in price
and makes a roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Wrile for prices. -:��� ���'���-
Corrugated Iron always on hand and price right.
********
T. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
CONVICTED  THIEF
CANNOT ENTER JAIL
Chicago, Sept. 11���John E. McCaffrey,  who  was sr.inted two    months' I
time to provide for his wife and baby
efore beginning a year's term in the .
Bridewell for stealing  from  tlle  Unit- I
ed  siates mails, tried to begin sentence today but   failed-    Now he lias
to wait  until  the end  of  September
before  he  can   rulfil!  his  promise  to
Judge K- M- I.an.lis. who granted Mm
the sixty days of grace.
With his wife, who is twenty years |
"!!. and a slster-ln-law, sixteen years
"11. McCraffrey, who i- twenty-two
yeflr3 obi. went to the Bridewell this
mo 'ning fully expecting to enter a
cell.
Supt.   John   L-   Whlteman   refused .
to let  hlm  enter  the  crowded    city
prison, however, bedause   Mooaffrey
did not have a ticket of admission-
McCaffrey visited the offices of the
United States clerk and t'nited S; it ss
marshal, trying to gel the .roper papers, but was told nothing could be
done until Judge Landls' return at
the end of th" month.
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Electric Railway Service
Intery.-ban   Line.
.Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
stations  will  run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. iu.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line,
City  Line:     Cars  leave tram
office on the hour, twenty nu;-|
utes after and fortj minutes ill
ter, commencing al G:20 a. nl
Sapperton   Line:   Cars . -. ���
at ten  minutes afl     the hour.l
half past an I fifty m   utesaflj
the  hour,  commencing at G:!.|
a.  m.
Sunday  Service   tiairnourlr -|
tween Ss.30 a.m. and 11 ;i.m.
;; British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,!
FOR THE BEST
Photograph
MONEY CAN BUY
AT ANY PRICE
VISIT
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW MINSTER
P. O. Box   345 'pt10n*   105-
THE-
Royal Studio
CUNNINGHAM
BLOCK
Proprietor, L. HAWEIS
(pronounced Hoyes)
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COMBS   f
| Call In, No Trouble To Show Goods * \
i Ryall's Drug Store |
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Tender
AND
Choice
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MEATS
SAUSAGE
BOLGGNA
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for thc price- On
this basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell- Our first aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost. We are invariably successful in both these intentions.
������*       -...._..-������'
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Cclumbla St.. N:w Wea'.m'nster
Telephone 83-
The Average Man
"The average man comes very near j
being aa idiot ir. taking care of him- J
: self. You have seen him wearing a
i fur cap on his head while his shoes
| let in the snow and water. He wears
! aa overcoat on his back .::', nothing
! but a thin shift over his chest. He Is
1 mighty scare;', about freezing his flu-
' gers while his throat i.i exposed to
blizzards ami he is often ailing or
thinks he is. It's herb tea, roof, tonics, Peter's pills, Paul's pine tar ceir-
ilials or plasters aud cures, until the
balance wheel in the mar-bine comes
io n slop. Nature wants to keep going, but she cau'f. Ke drinks whisky
ami that clogs the valves; he drinks
beer and that clogs the wheels; he
pours down lemonade, gingenale, buttermilk, Ice water, tea, coffee, an I
what not. an.l then wonders whj the
fire under the boiler .!���>*-.. nol burn.
If ;o!i riieiui 1 take an ox an.l put him
through a like performance !.'���'-1 b
deaii in a year. The simplesl and
plainest l -'-.; ol hi alth i e outr igi -i
everj ho ir of th - fla    by the average
lie.in.      llil    A lei:;      ���,o;!,:j.'.'      Irii    Eve
wear corsi ts? i ri Sol .mor, chew to-
: -i .e'.' Dill Ruth i new gum? Did tb"
i hlldren of Isr tei make for -., ri ��� ���
garden af er cro -fig ilu- Re i Sea?
Uiel I'o- ecca eat gum drops .an:! Ice!
cream anei call for soda watei-'.' Adam
was the first mem and was made per-
, feet from head to heel. How long1
would he remain so after eating a !
mince pie before going to bed? Sup- ���
pose b" bad slept In a bedroom 5x7;
'. with tiie windows down, the door shut. I
and two dogs lin ler the bed? Suppose l
1 Eve' had laced herself up in a cor-1
set,  pul. on tight shoes, and  sat up!
] all hours of the night eating her fill
of trash and sizzled her hair. When
you come to look at th 1 way a man
misbehaves himself ^ou can only
wonder he ever lived to get there.
According to the foregoing yo'i may
be ,a fool���you certainly are if you
neglect your eyesight, anel yet hundreds are putting off the use of
glasses because they do not want to
'���look old"���nonsence���you can get a ���
new set of teeth, but nobody can give \
you   a   new   pair of  eyes.     Re   wise.
! Consult oar OrTIClAN���DON'T BE
AFRAID OF THE COST���you can get
fitted at your own price and fitted
properly.
Curtis' Drug Stcre. F. VV. Heath,
late of Ottawa, in cflarge of the optica! department
The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that tht |
finest Cocoa in the world is made there.
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
Is tbe purest and the best and is fast becoming t'.:e bevcrags
for old and youn;;.
THE COT/AN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   BANK   WITH
Thi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS   OVER    45,000,000
We welcorqe small accounts and pay interest four tim
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F.  B,  LYLE,   Manager.
Bank of Montreal!
EST vm. jJHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and :>  w toundland, and   In   Umd in, Ml
New  York, Chicago anil  S,   Kane, U.S.A., apd Mexico City.   A
eral Banking Business Trau*ac ted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl. correspondents  in all Darts 0|
World,
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits  received in sums of fl and "n
and interest allowed at 3 per c eet. per annum (present rate) aij
four times a year.
Total   Assets over $108,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH Q. D.  BRYMNER. W*|
The Canadian Bank of Commeri
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,*
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO. ���
B.  E.  WALKER, President.    ALEX.   LAIRD,  General H*��
A GENERAL  BANKING  RUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every facility afforded  Farmers for   their banking  business.    Sales 1
cashed   or taken   for collection
BANKING  BY  MAIL-Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oV
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R DAVIDSON, ManO*
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK. llBSD-
SEPT   12, 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE THREE
"SHIP HINDUS TO OTTAWA"
IS SUGGESTION MADE
E TAILORED GARMENTS FOR MEN
rhere quality and finish is required,
ask ror 20tn Century garments.
iUITS,   SHOWER - PROOFS,
TOPPER  OVERCOATS,
Or ODD   PANTS.
'on t take tne "just as good    quality;
Get tke 20tK Century..
HILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Vancouver, Sepl 11���Nine hundred
Hindus reached ilie- cltj today on the
v anver Monteagl eenei nobody knows
i.- to be dom with titan- The .-itua-
tion is exactly described In tii< following telegram which Mayoi Beth-
- ���!���  ie.es Bent to Sir Wilfrid Laurier:
"Nine hundred Hindus arriving today e'u steamer Monteagle- Neither
.ie-. ramodatlon nor employment to)
them, noi Ie It possible to housi tbem
un l< i Baniteat.. c mdltlons. Shall we
:.' m .!. Drill hall al Dominion
i irnment'i  expense?"
Meanwhile action is being taiien by
'������ peoph al tbe city ball with a
vl w to raising the sum ol eight or
nin thousand dollars to charter a
special train .end Bbip the whole crowd
I i Ottawa. City Solicitor Cowan head-
I the list with ei hundred dollars u>
which the World adds another |100-
All tm- city officials who discussed
the mati- : agreed to contribue. A
. ie i ting was h( 11 in the offia nl the
chief of police, Mayor Betbune, the
medl -;el health officer, Aldei man
Brydon-Jack and Bird and City Solicitor Cowan ; resent, The t< legram
given above was agreed upon a the
i'<s! way of .brinfeing the matter to]
the attentle n of the Ottawa author!-;
ties. The Wo;lil will accept subscriptions and acknowledge the same.
The list will close at 5 o'clock p. m-
torn irrow, when it is to be Impel tie
pilgrims from the coral strand will
te well on their way to Ottawa.
In connection with the anticipated
trouble  regarding the arrival of the
Monteagle. R  Marpole of the C. P. R
Campbell   Sweeny,   of   the   Rank   of
Montreal, einl other gentlemen waited
on  his  Worship  Mayor   Rethune  nnd
asked him to make arrangements for
*\ the protection of the arrivals-   It was
{explained to liis worship that most of
J  Ihe arrivals on the Monteagle were in
, bond for   United  Suites 'points-     Hie
| worship wanted to know wly, if that
I was   the   case  tbey   were  not   landed
J on American soil direct-   To that he
gol   no answer-    His worship informed   the committee  that   he   had   communicated  with  Col.   Holmes  at  Victoria  regarding troops and had been
told in reply that they had no troops
there available, but mat the Duke of
Connaught's Own could  be called on
and   Major Boultbee,  local  officer   in
command   had  been  notified accordingly.     The   nuke's  Own  (ire  al   the
present   time  under  standing orders
to respond to the call of the btlgle.
Victoria, H- C, Sept- 11���The C- P-
I R steaiiHT Monteagle arrived at tlle
(enter dock bore last . \. ning from the
Orient witli DOT, Orientals on board,
including 910 Hindus ,149 Chinese and
. 115 Japanese; 120 tons nf cargo \w-ee-
pul  ..sb.ehv   here,   but    the    human
i freight, except some or all of the Japanese, is destined to Vancouver. Considerable apprehension of trouble in
Vancouver is saiel to be felt by the
Asiatics on the steamer.
Mbsey to loan on mortgage on approved security. White & Shiles, Columbia   street, city.
YOU   REQUIRE   A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next door Hole! Astor
VANCOUVER
Condensed
Advertisements
wanted���A   waitress,   apply
Windsor hoti 1
WANTED���Roy  to learn the tinsmith-
ing-     A pi ly   at   Kirk'.-,   hardware-
WANTED.-Three   smart     boys    to
wenl; at Fred Lynch's Cigar Factory
wanted���work     by     experienced
dressmaker.    Address MiSS ri . News
i dlice.
WANTED���Boj to take charge of of-
floe. Apply in own handwriting to
s. G. bare of Dally News office.
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AMUSEMENTS
IRVISG BFEKS
Manager
WANTED���Sill..
Daily  News.
office.
Apply
s to dell vet the
at   Daily  News
ROOM AND BOARD in private family, Apply corner Queens avenue
and  Eleventh  street.
WANTED���'lri   trade,   line   home  just
outside Westminster tor city property. Principal! only- S R Bowell,
Sapperton.
Friday Night
MARJOB1E   RAMBEATJ   and
ber   Kastrrn  Stock   Company
��� IN ���
THELMA
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LADIES'
Hairdressing Parlors
Hairdressing Tonic Waahea
Manicuring Toilet Articles
Shampooing Facial Massage
Scalp Treatment Given
OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia
Street. Entrance on Sixth Street
1
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Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight 'Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
as well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
:
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
fraser River Tannery
lost���A gold tilled watch, English
case, findi'r kindly return to T
Gifford'S   jewelry   store  an 1   obtain
reward.
L08T���From the R C E- R. car. a
I ackage of Bample Suspenders, return to the Daily News office. $���",
reward.
wanted���Two respectable roomers
for bed room and parlor with heater i
moderate.    Apply    123,    Eleventh
street.
WANTED���Smart young man to drive
delivery wagon and make Mmsfelf
generally useful in ston ��� Salary
from $25 to $45. Apply by letter to
G. C- 8. this office.
WANTED���Modern 6 roomed   house
near car line, prepared to pay $"i00 \
cash, balance to be arranged- Write I
giving full  particulars to  X-  Y-  Z<
I    this office.
FURNISHED      ROOMS ��� Furnished j
rooms to let in Vancouver, 30 Hast- I
Ings St.,   W.   next   door   to   Palace
hotel, Mrs.  E.  J.  Grieve,  propriet- j
ress.
6-ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth St.,
between Third and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted aud papered; to bo
sold immediately; a bargain at
$1500, half cash, Apply McQuarrie
& Co., Front  St.
POPULAR PRICES.
Seats on sale at Ryall's Ding Store
LYRIC THEATRE
VANCOUVER
Corner  ot   Pender and   Hamilton   Sts.
Malan  & ('lawson. Managers.
The Lyceum Stock Company
Commencing
Monday, Sept. 9th
With   H-   CRANE'S   great   success���
DAVID  HARUM
Matinee Wednesdays and Saturdays
POPULAR PRICES.
.Recreation Park..
VANCOUVER
ole Agenl ior New Westminster.
209-211 COLUMBIA STREET
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ingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
(e Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Prunes for Preserving
400 crates] MUST be sold
Get your orders  in early!
per crate   25c.   per crate
Highest Cash Price Paid     home   wanted���Norwegian   lady
^_____________________________________.______���_________________ ; wishes home with first class English family for six months. Terms
no object if home suitable and surroundings pleasant- Apply immediately at News office for particulars.
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World's Championship
Wrestling
Match
IN
JIU-JITSU    STYLE
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
ly in timber. Have large and small
tracts on water. If you wish tr
buy or sell, see me. '��. Ii. Chandler,
407  Hastings  St.,  Vancouver, B.C.
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(winner of Tani Macaki)
VERSUS
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Tinted Centre Pieces
and CUSHION
^dison
Pfc
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hich are so much in vogue just now
have lately arrived.
'fi have a complete range of Stamped Linens,
such as Tea Covers, Runners, Tray
Cloths, Doileys, etc., etc., which will
be used by the ladies employed by the
Corticelli Silk Co., who give free lessons in the Guichon parlors to all
those interested.
As the ladies remain in the city only a limited
time, visit them as early as possible.
HLWHITE HOUSE
����� 1. B1RTCH,   -   275 Columbia Street
I
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Acme M*B ;
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the little
child
who  wanted
to
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wheels
go
rotlnd
th
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fascinated
by the music,
wants
to see  where
it
all comes
from.
Over 6,000 different songs,   instrumental,
pieces, solos,  etc., etc., to choose from.
|J. H. TODD,  -
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ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
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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 ratea will leave
their addresses with Edward Hoult
billeting agent at the city hall, where
all information may be obtained.
ALEX. GARRETT,
Chairman of ibe Billeting committee.
We Are Not in the Trust!
And can  s.ive you  50 per cent,
on a SAFE or CASH REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT COY.
Vancouver, Fi. c. I
1 B10 Richardi St., Phone 2125 I
Extra!    Special!
30   DAYS  ONLY
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
$15.OO    Up
Best of Trimming.     Best of
Workmanship.    Cut to Fit.
M.LANOTRY, Up-to-date Tailori
2-47 Front St.
Prof.T.H.Kanada
(champion of tiie world)
Catch-As-Catch-Can    Preliminary.
Thursday, Sept. 12
at 8:30 p. m
HARRY J. DURKER, Promoter-
ity special arrangemenl, reserved
aud unreserved seals can be purchased at
fiftinoii's Cigarft Tobacco Store
PRICE OP SEATS:
Grand Stand     $1.00 (unreserved)
Grand  Stand      $150  (reserved)
Ringside       ?_.00   (reserved)
Children       50c
* Tei.: BYES OF THE WOULD ARE
OX THE RESULT OF THIS
MATCH ��� BRITISH VERSUS
ASIATIC     BLOOD.
H.STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK, NEW WESTMINSTER
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Agent for the Dominion, Nordhelmer and New Scale Miriams Pianos
Singer and Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines
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F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  doom  from   Geo. Adams, Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watches from $12.75 up
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to   the   Wellman
Arctic Expedition.   All warranted,
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch   repairing;    charges   reasonable.
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
af*
SMART TURNOUTS
GOOD  HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Streel
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ELLENSDALE
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This property is situated close to the High and
Normal schools, five minutes from Ninth Ave.
car line, and adjoins the Shaughnessy Heights,
at $650 per lot; 1-4 cash and balance in
quarterly payments for two years.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
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the switch when oue opened fire
aeon theni  from  lhe elaikness.
The non-union carmen took refuge
behind th ��� wrecking ear and their
revolvers replied to the fire of theft
isaallants- The tusllade continued
until the entire aeighborhood was aroused
a riol call was turned iu and the
police in ihe Mision station responded
When they arrived on the scene ihe
Injured wore lying <m the car tracks.
The squad waa immediately semt out
and arrests were made, wholesale
arrests are expected ti  follow .
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
shlng   Company   Limited,   at   their
.flees,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Kroat
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
 -
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
NON-UNION CARMEN
SHOT DOWN IN FRISCO
THURSDAY, SEPT   12,  1907
THE RIDICULOUS ORGAN.
The local MoBrlde organ has printed Ibis week a couple of articles
whii'li give point to the old saying,
"like master, like man-" Contending
thai British Columbia was guaranteed tiie right, to control Immigration,
il quotes in support of its contention
.a clause of tbe constitution which expressly declares that provincial legislation on lhe subject shall be allow-
ed only when and so far as it does
nni trench on Dominion legislation.
The clause which il quotes ii speaks
of as pari of ibe "bargain" made with
British Columbia by th" Dominion to
Induce ibe province to enter confederation, whereas the clause Is really
a seel ion of an Act passed by the Imperial parliament four years before
British Columbia Joined the' Dominion: and if adds that lhi.. clause is j
"just ns much an essential part of the '
te-riiis of union as the money provisions as to which Ottawa lays such
stress as final and unalterable-" The
argument, if one enn call it argument, is as rotten as th" English in
which il is expressed- Tbe clause is
nol pari of the' tends of union at nil;
and so far from laying stress upon
(lie money clauses of those terms as
"final 'ind unalterable," Ottawa
changed ibe said money clauses, und
changed them to our advantage, no
longer ago ihan lasl session- Turning lo provincial action, the organ informs us thai "there Is at present an
exclusion acl adopted by the legislature awaiting only the sanction of the
federal ministry to become law."
There is no such act. The legislature
fi-.-ssed a bill which most of the members' .believed to be an exclusion act,
imi which, through carelessness or
trickery, contains a fatal error, so
lhal it would, if law now, exclude nobody; further, it ch>es not await the
sanction (lf ,iu. federal ministry, .but.
'''- the Lieutenant-Governor, who is
'advised by the McBrlde ministry,
which is responsible for his acts-
Another extraordinary statement Is.e
t 'at "ii often happens thai tli" Ot-
t ev i governmenl luebls up provincial
acts for months while ibe minister of
.jiisiie'o cudgels liis brains iu the endeavor to And excuse for interfering
wiih their operation." Is the Columbian so grossly ignorant a; to bel! eve
its own statement? Tin1 Ottawa governmenl can disallow an acl and 8 i
pul ii mil of operation, but cannot '
"hoi 1 up" an acl for a day or an
Ihour; Hie act continues In full operation until its disallowance Is proclaimed.
These .samples muss sufflc We
have neither Bpaoe nor patience to
follow lhe ridiculous hotchpotch any
: irthi r,
San Francisco, Sept 11���Five non
union carmen were shot in a pitched
battle thai was fought shortly before
midnight al Twenty-fourth anl Utah
streets between members of United
Railroads wrecking crew and strike
sympathizers,
The battle was can'Ted on for several minutes, volley after volley being
fired by both sides. Only the arrival
of Ihe police brought an end to the
affair.
Tiie wounded were taken to the St-
Luke's hospital- One of them may
die. The members of th" gang sus-
pected of helving dnie the shoo'iug
were taken into custody by the police.
Tiie non-union carmen on a wrecking car were just about to switch into
the barns and had alighted to make
Cock and Bull Yarn
London, Sepl 11��� TheSalford Distress committee has decided to apply
to the Salvation Army for the history
of a man anil liis sun who were sent
tei Canada by the army ai the committee's expense last May, who re-
turneel in July staling thai he had
been imprisoned lor vagrancy through
not accepting work for which wages
were   too   low      He   also   states that
whilst bis destination was Winnipeg
be' was not sent further than Quebec
Th" man says be planned a selieme
for the modern drainage of 'a Canadian village', with a possible view to
lucrative employment, but was told
that he was a hundred, years before
his time - - -.
HORACE DORER
Goldsmith Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
Columbia Street, Next Tram Office
NOTICE
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A meeting of the liberal association
of ibis city will be held in ib" Liberal
club rooms at s p.m. on Tuesday,
Sept- 17, for the purpose eif electing
delegates te> the convention to be held
in Vancouver on Oct- 1, ami also to
transact anv other business which
nwy be brought up- Al! liberals are
invited to attend
Ji>li.V REID, Pres.
J   W   MacDONALD,  Secy.
Another Cami
Is just opened at the west end of the city to
work on the Eburne line, you know what it
means.
Five lots on Nanaimo street between Fourteenth and Sixteenth streets, facing the
south, lovely view, each only $250
STAR OF INDIA
TEA COMPANY
PRINTING
Have your printing done ia
town by the local modern
high  grade  printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY   NEWS   BLOCK
Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
ALSO
"PERFECT'
Flavoring
Extracts
We Are Giving $5.00 Gold for the  best layer
=    Cake at the Exhibition. =
A cordial Invitation is extended to all   lo visit om- exhibit at the fair.
SOMETHING ABOUT���
Walk-Over Shoes
Walk-Over is the very best American Boot made.    We control the Walk-
Over agency for this city.    We can hardly keep pace with the demand
for Walk-Over Shoes.    We have new shipments arriving
weekly both by express and freight which insures
a complete line of sizes at ail times.
Tin'  man igei      . th
hlbitlon  tttlva rtla - it  as
Vlctorl i   ex-
"The Bigs   il '
aael i|.--i in the Province," bui omit
io mention what further paii the Ananias Club is tO leei... i:i the --.ro: <-. I
lng !���
WL MASK REG US PAI OR^^MIHMWff
mma.;!-bj0fb ..���...-. ::"]2
If you want to be sine of your criic
veeie- in Decern'..er. go to the city hall
ne'w and take a look al the \ iters'
list- ir you neglect it uow, and are
left e ���'', ii will be useless to kick : j
about it later on.
A recent British visitor to the Unite I States, speaking of a number of
young men. called them "a splendid
Jot of boys," and the American re-1
porter feels it neo638earj to explain
"he meant kiels." From which it
would appear that, in the United
States the word "boy" connotes nothing as to the age of the person s] ok -n
nbout. Misuse, of English by Americans is "none of our funeral"; but the
fact that our Canadian youth are
taught this American language instead of English, is, or ought to be,
a matter of concern-
Men's Walk-Overs in Patent Colt, Vici Kid, Gun Metal, Velour Calf and all the
popular leathers.
A nice selection of Ladies' Walk-Overs in Patent and Gun Metal leathers.
THERE IS SOME STYLE TO BE FOUND IN OUR WALKOVERS.
WALKOVERS-A SIGN OF QUALITY.
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOL
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Hale & Land
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
P. O. Box 2jJ
Phone  335
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10 Acres, Section 30, Township 2, Surrey,
$500
one-half cash, balance 1 year at 7 per cent
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have land to show you there.
BOURNE & GORDON]
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
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VV.  E.   FALES'
MONEY-MAKING   RECIPE
1 am the pioneer Furniture em:] House Furnishings Dealer. Funeral
Director and Embalmer, and 1 will Bell you anything In my Iim e'.i-e;
anei will give you better value.' than you can gel in any other plat'
in the citv.    Try me.
Wall   Papers In  endless  variety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.    China
Matting from  15c up.    Linoleums  from 45c  up. Curtain Stretchers, tne  best made, $2.25  per      ;t.       Carpets,   all    grades  nnd
price;.    Iren  Ccds, white and     -it enamels. $3.50 and up.   Pre"
ambulators and Go-Carts of ail   descriptions.
Ali kinds .if job work and repalri   . done on sh irti Jl notice
able prices and satisfaction guars  ieed.    N'ew  goods arriving  :i:-   II
1 have Bold the block and am sti!   doing business iei the same pl"ceJ
and in the same old way.
K*Z*tt*>Z*Z*Z*Z*Z*-'��Z*ZK^^
A Good One
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pan lit, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
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TRUSI COMPANY
THCS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE -and INSURANCE *  4inm"n>||n|11 ���������������������
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NEWS
IT. H. SMITH
M1^ri, T.  H   SMITH   ���
M1.ri T.  H. S.MI'iH   *
v  ::      jiitiumminiomxniHiiiinii   mm> ��s# |
rand
illinery j
pening \
Tuesday, Wednesday j
and Thursday, I
September 10th, llth and 12th j
Mayor Kearj went to Vaaeouvei on
business yesterdaj afternoon.
Dr. T   H   Levey, denttal   Crescent
> Building. Columbia street
c.  .\   Welsh bas secured    s    n ������*
bookkeeper in tbe person of P   Wc
Ginn, who Join*3 Us office staff >���-*"
I terday
3 tins of pineapple Cor IK al Kyle
& Son, Front street
Our Miss Ward has just returned
om Portland and other acknowl-
ged millinery centres with a very
mplete range of up-to-date Pat-
rn Hats, which will be on exhibi-
on in our showrooms Tuesday,
ednesdav ancl Thursday, Sept.
Ith, llth and 12th.
All the newest creations in Eur-
)ean and American novelties will
) shown here.
We are showing  a  most com-
ete line of Theatre, Outing, Street,
otoring and Suit Hats.
Every person is cordially invited
inspect this,
he Greatest Millinery Opening
that has ever taken place
in the Royal City.
The regular monthlj meeting eif the
iichool board will be held in tbe Bchool
bourel room at tbe cltj hall thri even
lng-
The monthlj  meeting of the   New
Westminster Benovelenl soclet] takes
place 1 hi.-e afternoon In tbe board of j
trade room
Tha Malleable man al Hardnun'a &
i ('  , opposite library, call an I se i blm
Tiie New Westminster city band
wlll give the lasl open ate concert of
ilu' Beason on Columbia streel on
Saturday evening
The wedding of C. A B urne and
Miss Bertha n Slvart tori, place
yesterdaj eveningfi ee; Holj Trinity
i hurch, Vancouver
Brand now house on three year
terms Price $1800, full sized lot
Abbott \. Hyde.
Miss Stover, ot Vernon, arrivi I In
the city yesterday, .mei will remain
here tor a month, the guest of her
brother, E. 1. Stover,
Councillor Rumble, of Burnaby, is
eu present confined to his residence,
having met with a serious accident a
few days ago, it will be some time
before he i.s able I) be a.b iul again.
bin acres good land on Scott, "road,
,vv per at re; terms, Abbol & I tyde,
next Oulchon hotel-
\v M.ieiKm.iid. formerly of this c3t>
' and at preseni on tbe stal ol I ba
Ottawa Citisen, i> expected to rei irn
to the coast In the course- of the
next few weeks, when he will again
take ;ii) newspaper work
For all kinds of cut flowers and pot-
I ted planus, see Tidy, the florist.
.). .1. K igers, Interpreter of Hindu
languages and dialects, haa taken up
his residence in the city, and expects
to work up a clientele among the
Bwarthles and their employers Mr
Rogers was for years a memBfcr of
the Royal Engineers, and served under Lord Roberta it Kandahar.
 . FOR	
FURNITURE
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS. OILCLOTHS. WINDOW SHADES,
PICTURES IND PICTURE FRAMES, QO-CART8, LAOS
CURTAINS, PORTIBR8, CPH0L8TERINQ, CABINET
work. SHEETS I'll.i.ow (,'ASKS. SLANKBTTS, fce., &e,
It  will   pay   you  to  try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT  BLOCK.
TEL.   73.       COLUMBIA   STREET.        NEW    WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
s bars of Roy i'. Crown soap tor -
Kyle A Seen. 266 Front Btreet
Under th" auspices of the' Queen's
Avenue Methodist church Epw��1
league, there will be presented on
Tuesday evening a reading bj .1 H
{Carnegie on the subjeel 'In ffli
Step.-" this Ileitis in the nature nf
a review of the' famous boo", written
some years ago by th��' Rev. Charles
| Sheldon The lecture will be illus-
tr et'' i ��ith lantern slides
DIED
HOLMES���At  the  Maples,  the  residence of his son-in-law c  \v Gil-
landers,   William Holmes,  aged  56
years, 8 months.
Funeral will leave above resl lence
2:30 Thursday, September  12, to St.
Mtir.'.'a church,    Sapperton.    Friends
and acquaintances wlll please accepl
this Intimation.
Look Up
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The Clothes Story
Reduced to Fractions
Nine-tenths of the Men of this Country wear ready-for-service Clothes.
Two-thirds of these Men wear the
good kind of Clothes, while the other
third keep the shoddy factories going.
It is only a question of time when the
third last mentioned learns that it is poor
economy to buy cheap Clothes, and then
they will join the vast majority in the
purchase of good Clothes���the kind they
ought to wear.
We beg to make it understood that
we do not handle the kind the one-third
wear, but we have everything in the good
lines���they are a credit alike to Maker
and Wearer.
Handsome   Fall   Suits  $10,  $12. $16, to $80.
Elegant  Overcoats $10. J12, $15, to $25.
Correct  Blocks in Fall Hats.
Everv Rood style.
Choice Toggery of all sorts���rijrht from the
hands of the best makers.
THE
Tho league ^Intermediate lacrosse!
which was schi dui \i to !,e' played this
evening tit Queen's park between the
West End team aud the Reginas has
been postponed until next Tuesday
evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shili ., wh i
have been visiting Aid. B. \v. Shiles
for the past three we'ks, will return
tn Ottawa tliis afternoon. Mr. Shiles
Is connected with the customs depart-
! ment  of that cit y.
\ handsome prize   will   be   given j
', away  at  Hardman's  & c.'.. i pp islte
library, during exhibition week.
The slaughterhouse on the border
line between Burnaby and this  city
has now been placed In a satisfactory
' sanitary   condition,    and  complaints
from t lv.it source are no longer    fe-
; celved from residents in the vicinity.
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
367   Columbia   St.
OPP. PREMIER HOTEL      Phone 11278
Brj[ng in > >ur clothes to be pressed
at once in order to Insure the work
being done before the fair.
This is the store for good things.
We give every good patron the kind
of a square deal that will win his trade,
his influence and his everlasting friendship.
H. L. DeBECK
THE   CLOTHIER
Opposite P. O.       NEW WESTMINSTER
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JUST   RECEIVED
A Large Shipment of
!rockery^Glassware
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.       OUR  PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
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ADAMS ^DEANS
text Door to a Gift
SEVENTH AVENUE-Two bus $225 each on your own terms.
JP01   .Tii   AVBNUB-One  lot;  $��0 on your own terms.
*7k n'nr lot on your i>wn
TENTH AVENUE*���29 lots, with 10 corners, $75 !�����'
EIGHTH    AYI-XUE-Oiie    lot;  $150 on your own terms.
ASH  STREET���One  lot;    $350 on your own terms.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
The Farm Land Specialists,'
New Westminster
There is a report In clrculatl in i >
the effect that Alfred ShrrfBo, the
famous English runner, may be billed
to give tm exhibition race in Queen's
Part during exhibition week. He Is
now in Winnipeg emi i- un I tsood
to be on his way west.
60 acres in Burnaby, close t i V n-
couver car Hue, $150 per n. re; 1-3
cash, balance at 7 per cent. White
Shiles & Co.
Editor Burde, of th i All ernl Pioneer Sews,  In bis  iatesi   Issue  ex
i .is* s a wild '���.'   u hem i, i ngim  I
by a Victoria real estate firm, which
has for its object the selling of worth-e
less land as valuable town lots al an
outrageous price. As proof of thi ���
utter worthl rssness of tit" lan 1, Burde
mentions thai two horses eli id i f sl ir-
v.itiiiu on it lasl  winter
$ r. t r, cash an l $13 . r monl i wlll
purchase a 7-roora house, near city
car line, Including bath, flush cl let,
hot and cold wate.:', house just ren ������
vated; lol In trull; ; rice V175.
White, Shiles & Co.
Only two of the Japan ise deck
hands who replaced the white men
and half breedB who walked out from
j the steamer Beaver <m Sundlay evening
1 now remain on duty, the remainder
j bavins quit th:> 'ob after making only
| one trip. Th�� .laps claim that, ill"
j work is too heavy for them to per-
I form, ami they decline to continue' In
| the employ of the <'��� P. It aa deckhands.
Mr. Hodgson, of the local Bank of
Commerce staff, has resigned to ne-
eept a partnership with Alex Bell in
tbe real estate and assurance 'mG\-
ness. J. ii. Foster, of Birmingham,
England has arrived in the city to
Bugceed Mr. Hodgson in the bank.
A 2-story house near car line; modern   convenience's,   8   rooms;   lot   In
fruit;  price $1800   on   easy    terms-
1 White, Shiles & Co.
Column College I
will  re-open  '.)  a.   m.,
TUESDAY, Sept. 17 1
;.       t!> mnasium and  Y.  M. C, A. Jr
building will be  ready  tbr use  b
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For (' ilend ir, etc., address:    ft
COLUMBIAN      COLLEGE.
QUALITY
QOOKSLEY'S
Are You After A
Good Hat?
^^^^^^^^^J Don't go "up in the air''
about it, but pay us a visit and make your own se- *
lection from the large and stylish stock of New Fall X
Hats for gentlemen that we are now carrying.   All J
^  the new shapes and materials, with just the right X
D *f\ C T   r* A D no1* "curves" and "tips" to lend grace and charm to ���
r\JO I    KsAKUaJ    | them.   All colors in Soft Hats and Derbies, also X
X Blacks.    Prices to suit all pockets.
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Well Known
Souvenir
Of  New   Westminster ami district
On Sale at
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at   Gamon's  Cigar   Divan
ui' Ad vert ise'  the  town   we'  live 111    > \
moiling Picture Tost Cards t i yoi-r
friends. ;
i J. E. Brown & Co.
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Did You Ever
Hear of It?
INSURING Horses, Cows, Sheep
and Goats against death  from
any cause, just like you insure your
own life.
Well that is what I can do for
you on a very small premium each
year.
RATES AND FULL PARTICULARS ON
APPLICATION TO
A. W. McLEOD, General Insurance Broker
""    " n   n    Dnv Q(U
Phone 62
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Armstrong Block, New Westminster, B. C.
P. 0. Box 394
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I No CMtseaes* m WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.    Fine and pure
m newly-fallen snow���so rich in
delicious savour, once used, always
used.
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STRENUOUS SESSION OF
GRAND FORKS COUNCIL
Grand Forks, Sept 11���A most sensational .-(.sum i.i tut- city council
was held here last evening, wjien
Mayor Hummar suggesed that ex-
City Solicitor Ernest Miller be em-
jcjwtied by the council to prepare un
sigrt^riiitn.! be!*w.'i: tiie city aci *��*
West Kootenay Power it Light com-
p.iu.. ��� Mi'- Miller Utterly refused to
have anything to do with il. He further stated tliat Alderman Hardy hud
made a statemenl thai be (Miller),
while iicting as city solicitor, was favoring the West Kootenay Power &
i.ight company.
He then Btated thai Alderman Hardy war n liar, ami at the same time
reached out and slapped his (Hardy's��
face.
A sparring match between the two
then took place with honors being in
favor of tin- ex-city solicitor. Blnally
the two clinched, and all efforts to
separate them were Fruitless.
At this juncture Alderman W. M
Miller attempted to pul] the the ei-
city solicitor off liis victim, hut lie
was iireventeel from doing so hy A. E.
Smith, a rea] estate man, who in no
uncertain terms threatened to make
quick work ot any ,one who would
interfere.
(Ireeat excitement prevailed in the
city over the unfortunate-affair, but
the almost unanimous opinion is that
ex-City Solicitor Miller ha-i been very
shabbily treated hy Alderman Hardy
and other members of the council, und
it is hinted that a general dissolution of tie' city council may be looked for any hour- Miller is a eon of the
postmaster of Vancouver.
argued here. Today. \V. F. O'Connor
applied to Judge Russell for a habeas
corpus order for hearing on the Chinamen'* behalf and the judge Animated
hi' would grant the nrder for a bearing The Chinamen claim to be 'Brit-
ish subjects and one of Piem produces
a certificate snowing a head tax paid
ai Victoria, I! C, in December 1903
The law does not provide for depor- j
tation of the Chinamen under the
present conditions, and Mr. O'Connor
holds they cannot be held without a
warrant It was proposed to detain
tJiem in custody for a year and in tTle
meantime legislation covering the
case might be passed at Ottawa.
Good Investments
in Choice Acreage
AND
Men  Will Wrestle-
Vancouver.      Sept-    11���Harry     J.
Duker, manager    of  the    Recreation
park   company,   when   informed   that
fl by-law had heen passed by the city
council hist night prohibiting jin-ji'Vi
exhibitions in ihe city, stated that if
officially   notified   to   that   effect     he
would make   arrangements   for   the
wrestlers  to  engage .in  a bout   iintTer
eaeh-as-catch-Cian   rules.     Mr.   Duker
i further  Btated  thai    he   understood
j Kanada had a good knowledge of this
' style, and  if the matter could lie arranged the public would nt  least be
given some compensation for file prohibited  match-
School Books
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SUPPLIES
FULL STOCK
Handsome Homes
Our List is the largest, most complete and up-to-date in this city,
Chinamen Claim CitizenshTp.
Hriifax, N- S-, Sept 11���The case
of 17 Chinamen in custody at Sydney,
on suspicion of being smuggled into
Canada from Newfoundland, to escape
the  head   tax  of $500 each,  ls  to 5��
9 LOTS on Brunette and Distillei..
streets, Sapperton. $1600; half cash,
halance terms,
1 Lot 68x132 ft., S. Mi of 8, lane at
hack, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half ettiu, bal. C montbs.
4 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 25 and
20, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half cash, half six mouths.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
I splendid investment.
Lot 20, blocl; B facing Engli.h
: church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
j street;  price $650.
160 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway;  25 acres stumped,
j 15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
II 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28 |
jand lean  too 16x22;   harn 30x32
: lean  too 32x14;   granary  10x16;
160 acres, less 2ys for new railway,
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
���in acres under-drained, ditched all
round and fenced around and through
centre; 5 room house; harn 40x75,
sufficient feed for about 300 head of
stock. Price $8000; terms one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser. One mile
from station on new car line.
Lot 22, block B, between Mrs.
1 loffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
160 ACRES about two miles from
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
and partly fenced, good bouse, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $1760
cash, balance to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.
Lot 8; south side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half cash.
and I    2 LOTS,  132x132, N.-W.  corner of
two! 10th Street   and   St. Andrews.    Price
Full sized Lot on ith St. at the end I
of Regina St., between Sth and 6th j
avenues, west side of 4th St. Price I
$400;  half cash.
4 Lots 88x132 each, 4th avenue, j
13th street.    $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES    on 1 Iot, Keary Street,
Sapperton; 5 rooms and kitchen, wood ;
shed and 4 rooms, kitchen and wood
shed.   $1000 each, one-third cash, balance easy.
6 ACRES good loam sol], (;J
Lot 18, corner B u m,i|1w|1
and   Brunette   m.i i.   s,u,e, ^ I
���lining {
roomed  house;   parlor
kitchen and tin- ���   ."ilrooms'
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217-219 Columbia St.
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WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
I chicken houses, each   10x12;    wagon I $1050; half cash,
shed 20x30;  small milk house, small!    l LOT, full size,   Block 59,   Lot S,
e orchard, ail kinds of fruit, C5 bearing! Sub. 9;  partly cleared.   $200, or $150
J fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price ! cash.
[ $6000;   $2000 cash, balance easily ar- '
| ranged at 7 per cent.
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I    Full  sized lot on Third  street, be-
| tween Royal and Queens avenue east
i side, new house;  $1400.
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;     Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
j 27$ acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, V/n storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of    property   easily    cleared.     Price
ed; conservatory 30 oi 40 '.mA
heated b.v pipe? well; stable;
15 bearing fruit trees; consi
stock ready to plant out; 2 skej
6 acres cleared, 11 ;bl timierj
maining acre; all fenced; l
from school. Pric $3000: hai:
77.58 ACRES, black loam land, all bal. in 6 months at 7 percent
ploughed and cleared and dyked;    N.I
;E. li Sect. 5.   $75 per acre, one-third'    ]  Lot SSxl:!-. ��h avenue, ��,
cash, one-third 3 months, one-third 0  *800 cash"
; months' 3 LOTS,    5, 6 & 7,   full sN
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing Sth Avenue, j cleared, upper side of 5tb Avenui
4  lots  cleared,  small  house,  chicken j tween 1st and 2nd Streets. Price
house, 175 chickens; fenced. Inclusive  each,
price $1500, $1000 cash. 4 L0Tg> _ ]ots from w ^j
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,; Gth Avenue on south side, N'o,;
north side between First and Second '��� 37 & 38, full size.   Price $11001|
streets,  No.  5,  6 and  7.    Price $400 ! four, or $300 each; half cash,
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot,  north  side of Ham-
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
Double    tenement  house, 4thi
j 1st and 2nd St.;  1 lot.   Price |tJ
��� i. ,   , ,,.    .        ,  ,.���  i  _. leash half and half in 6 monthsati
llton street >etween Sixth and Eighth |Rents for $10 each u,nant       ��
streets;  $225.
40 acres y_ section 14, N. %o!|l
28  acres  on    Mara  road, Burnaby.'of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from brid
$160 an acre    FOR    A   FEW    DAYS iJ,,;,w��rtn  ���ad'  Sl.,m'>:   *_**\
n.,IV    _ . .     .   , , .lVi. storey house, 2 rooms finished
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,   balance   1 other 3 can be a(1(U,(1 npstalnj
and 2 years at 7 %. j shack;  1%   acres  cleared and i
.with clover, red; fairlv easily claj
2 lots on 8th St. between    5th andjOne  mile  from  shingle mill.
Gth Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x;$L200;.   terms  half cash, balatufl
132;
Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
months at 7 7c.
House and cottage on Columbia st.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
120 acres, E 1-4, section 25, town-
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$4,700;      $2500 cash, balance 6 'ship 9' Maple Ri(3ge' l barn 70x7s ft- '
and 12 montbs. I1  biarn  3Sx7��  tt,  6-room  house,    all
j nearly new; 70 acres cleared, 50 acres
This property is only v2 m��e from j under cultivation;  balance as pasture,!
tramline.    Over two hundred  chick- ! easily   cleared, 2 acres   of   orchard;
ens and ducks could be sold with the j good rich bottom land;  2* good wells
Block, corner of Auckland & lltl) St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
property at a snap.
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SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN XEW 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. 23rd, 1907, and will close Jan. 23rd,
1908, at 7 p. m.
A ballot box is placed In D. S. Curtis efc Go's drug store, where
votes are to be deposited,
At the close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having   received   the   largest number of votes will be awarded 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 exhibition1 at W, E. Fales' furniture store.
I). S. Curtis will count the votes.
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.
VV.    E.   FALES
Furniture
1).   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)        i
Lionel   Haweis.    Photographer
O.   BURDETT
Home-made   Chocolate   Confections,    Ice   Cream
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK        j
Sporting Goods, Gen.  Repairing    j
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES
S.  H. Thompson, Prop.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Faurth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot- lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an 1
First street, held at $1000); two hits
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot: four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450:
five I ats, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
and creek; $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,
balance easy.
2V& storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot 66x132;
lane at back; part of lot^set out with
fruit trees and nice "lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house,   chicken     house,    175    choice'
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
1 1-2 liouse, 6 rooms and flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent. Size of lot 55x165.
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
Lots 16, 17 ami 20 of 11 of .'!. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale: all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acreage is selling fast at this price.
No. 308.���S-roomed  liouse,  with  bath
room,   etc.;   Agnes   St.     $2,500;   %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %,
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of Oth and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance
3 and 0 months at 7 %.
160 acres, 2 miles  from city.
e      $40 per acre
Two  lots  on  18th  street, between  7th and Sth avenues.
2 houses corner or    Merrival    and
'Agnes;  full sized lot;    city block 31,
lot 11;    one house rents for $25, tbe I
jother $10;   flush  eloseis  and  all con-,
eni'Cted     with    sewers.      Price $3,500.!
jCash $2,000,    balance in 6, 12 and 18
I months at 7 %.
Lots  14  and   15 of  1  of
of    (4
Full sized lot No. 12 on Royal 1
'and Sth St.    Price $,1050.   halft
: 'balance at 7 Cc per annum.
:|    Westerly 4, 11 of 63, Sub. Biodl
; 1132x132 corner 100 feet square,
''houses drawing $28 per month.
$5,000. half cash, balance in 6 nil
;: nionths.
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,     160 S.E.  i-4 of Section 2C, Din|
:  10 acres,partly cleared;  Kanaka��
.running through: good road; onel
1 north of Webster's corner: slj
; mill and P.O. at the west corner;)
:lier worth $7 per acre; cedar t
:14 miles    from    Port    Haney.
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balanct|
ranged.
i    Large lot and  two cottages oil
lumbia street, Sapperton.   Both reif
Iat $10 each.
One and one-half storey house^
full size lot, situated north sldel
Royal avenue and corner of ilcKinf
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hou
cold water, closet; woodriied;
bearig  fruit trees;   streets on ill
(cleared.)   Price $500; for tbe two, 1-2 ' 8ldeB:  flne  view-    Price $1,800. ���
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Qurt
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Qneefl
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared;
���.    , , alongside  and  back.     Price   $U
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits; ha]f cash> bfl]ance eagy ft, ? ,-
$60 each   lot.     Fuller   particulars on!
enquiry. 150 acres improved land, huiWiHj
u.,..,      . , __ land sheds complete, near Clove*'
n    ,   ..    "0USEandL0T i all under cultivation, $15,000.  I!
Centrally located in a commanding  can  hand)e (lclay. J
situation;   'ihird   avenue,  at   foot   ofl ).���.������.���. *��� . ,������,i
���..,,    .  '       _ ,     '       ,��� bargain   terms can be arranged.
Fifth streel.   Two and one half-storey
house.   Ten rooms (recently papered) |    2 lots' 2��. 81J  No. 20, $170; Nal
All modern conveniences;    hot   and i (COrner)   $175.    Durham  and -
cold   water,  hath,   flush  closet,  lava- jitreets-
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot'
60x132, with lane in rear;  part of lot
set out with fruit trees.   Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 80; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur,
ahout 70 acres, only $25 per acre.
Half casb.    Jump.
*��"For  tbe  above  four  proper
special price will be made to one HI
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., betweeijj
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 ic
bedrooms upstairs, and bath ro��i|
|down stairs; parlor, dining room,*!
chen and pantry. Full sized lot i*|
ning back to Ash St. Price $3i800|
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per ?<"'
at 7 per cent.
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SEPT  12, 1907-
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
TIMBER NOTICES.
EASTERBROOK  MILLING CO., Eburne,
OFFER  TWO   PRIZES - First, $16;   second,  $10,  for
i thl. best loaf of bread exhibited at the  forthcoming  Pro-
.jncial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IPERIAL   FLOUR - IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed���all that is necessary is that the
ead be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
cQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
tONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
I     Phone 101
REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
TAKE NOTICE that Henry M
O'Connor of N'ew Westminster, B.C.
occupation timber cruiser, intends to
apply for special timber licenses over
the following described lands, situated iu vicinity ot Draney and Rivers Inlets, New Westminster Laud
District.  Coast District  Range  2.
1. Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of Timber License 1.1,608, thence west 40 cbains,
thence nortb SO chains, thence east
120 cnains, tbence south 40 cbains.
thence west 80 chains, thence south
40 chaius to point of commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 2:J, 1907.
2. Ceimmencing at a post planted
An chains west of lhe southwest corner of Timber License 11,508, theuce
east so chains, thence smith 80 chains
thence west 80 caains, thenoe north
80 chaius tu point of commencement,
and cjntuining 610 acres more or
less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 2;',,  1907.
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2. Commencing  at  a   post   planteei
10 chains west of the southwest corner of Timber License 11,508, thence
1 south   80   chains,    thence    west    80
'. chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
��� east 80 chaius to point of commencement,  ami containing 640  acres more
or less.
H. XI. O'CONNOR.
August ri:, 1907.
4, Commencing at  a  post  plaited
40 chains west of the southwest cor-
! ner ofTimber  License  11,508,  thence
! north    SO    chaius,    thence  west  80
' , chains, thence south SO chains, theuce
I east 80 chains to point of comnieuce-
Sj  ment, and containing 640 acres more
ir  or less.
August 2:)
H. M.
1907.
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Commencing  at
chains  north ot
O'CONNOR.
a   post   planted
the  northwest
ner of Tlmlier License 11,509, thj_"ue��i
south 40 cbains, tbence east 160
ehains, thenee nortb 40 cbains, thence
west 160 chains to iwint of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
H.  XI.  O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
14. Commencing at a post planted
so chains west ot the southwest corner of Timber License 11,509,
tbence south 80 chains, thence west
80 cbains, theuce nortb SO cbains,
thence east So chains to point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNO...
August 23, 1907.
15. Commencing at a post planted
SO cbains west and 40 chains souu
of tbe southwest corner of Timbet
License 11,509, tbence south 40 chain*
thence east 160 cbains, thence north
40 chains, thence west 160 chains to
point of cennuiencetueut, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 2:!, 1907.
10. Commencing .at a  i>ost planted
SO chains west and  80 chains south
of  the  southwest  corner  of  Timber
t License    11,509,     thence    south    SO
chaius, thence east SO ehains, thence
I north  SO  chains,     tbence     west    SO
I cbains to  point of    commencement,
and    containing    640  acres  more  or
! less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
17. Conimencing at a po3t planted
! SO chains west aud SO cbains south
\ of the southwest corner of Timber
I License 11,509, thence south 80
I chains, thence west SO cbains, thence
north SO chains, tbence east SO chains
; to point of commencement, and con-
1 taining 040 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 22, 1907.
IS. Conimencing at a post planted
160 chains west and SO chains south
of  the southwest  corner of    Timber
ner of Timber License 11.509, tbence
north mi chains, tnence west SO
chains, thence south SO chains,thence
east so chains tei point of commencement, aad containing 640 acres more
or less.
H. XI. O'CONNOR.
August 23, l'."i7.
27. Commencing at a post planted
240 chains west of tbe southwest corner of Timber License 11,509, theuce
north SO chains, theuce east iO
chaius, thence south SO chains, tlience
west SO chains to poiut of commencement, and containing 640 acres more
or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907. ���
28. Commencing at a p03t planted
160 cbains north and SO chains east
of the northwest corner of Timber
License 11,608, thence nortb SO chains
thence east SO chains, thence south
SO cliains. theuce west SO chains to
point of commencement, and containing 610 acres more or less.
11.  XI.  O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
29. Commencing at a post planted
180 chains uorth and SO chains east
of the northwest corner of Timber
License 11,508, thence south 40 chains
thence east 120 cbains, thence nortii
Sit chains, thence west 40 chains,
thence south 40 chains, thenee west
so chains to point of commencement,
anei containing 040 acres more or
less,
II.  XI. O'CONNOR.
Augusi  23,  1907.
1.0. Commencing at a post planted
120 chains north ami 4u chains east
WILD MAN IS SEEN
IN TACOMA STREETS
Tacoma, Sept 11.���With hair reaching tn his wrist and wearing nothing
bul a breech clout, a Strang ��� 1pdk!ng,
emaciated roan is wandering about
the district in whlfib Is located the
eiid power bouse on South Twelfth
and Proctor strets He has been seen
several times, und is as wild as u deer,
taking te> his heels tu the ITghl of a
man- Places have been found where
he has dug roots and stripped berry
bUSheSi The fellow, who is rarely
seen in th| day time, is believed by
the police to prowl at night Starvation has pinched and drawn his skin
aboul his hones until he has almost
the appearance of a skeleton, and exposure to the elements has tanned
his body to a reddish brown. Several
wild men have been captured heretofore' in the Bame district, in which
the man is tit large, the region being
an extensive common covered with a
thick growth of underbrush and second growth timbi't'.
council
evening
l.ri'cted
Prohibit Jiu-jitsu
Vancouver, Sept 11 ��� The
passed a resolution Monday
directing that the police be
to stop the Thursday night contest ut
any ensl. In discussing the p. in to
be pursued In carrying out this order
it was though! advisable tei take sure
ground, hence the solicitor prepared
a by-law absolutely  prohibiting Buoh
contests in tiie future.   This wns pass
of tiie'  northwest cornet1 of Timber led
eon-
corner of Timber License 11,508,' License 11,509, tbence north SO chains
thence west 40 chains, thence south I thence west 80 chaius, theuce south
so chains, thenoe west 40 chains,
:'.'. -.:: -An 40 e.baius, thence emi
80 chains, thence north 120 cbains to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR. 19, Commencing  a: a post  planted
Augusi  23, 1907. 1160 chains west and 10 chnins south
6. Commencing  at   a   post planted  of   the   southwest   corner of Timber
160 chains  north of    the    northwest i License 11,509, tbence south SO cbains
License 11,508, thence south 40 chains
thence east 160 chains, thence north
40 chains, thence west 160 chains to
point of commencement, aud containing 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
31. Commencing from a post plant-
eel at the southeast corner of Timber
License 11,508, thence north 120
chains, thence east 60 chains, thence
SO chains, therfce  east SO  chains  to|soutn '���1' chalns "10,'e <JI' k'sa t0 *h<M'e
under suspension or the rules
made a municipal law before
meeting adjourned.
and
the
reeilit
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town
point   of   commencement,   and
taining 640 acres  more or less.
H.  M, O'CONNOR
August 23, 1907.
of  West Arm    of    Draney's    Inlet
thence  southwesterly along shore  to,w.,u,,. will he taken ,���,.,������ tlu
The municipality of Dell i is
to commence the Installation
water system for supplying tht
of Ladner and the surrounding district. An application fora record of
250 from the Nleomekl was posted
iii the water commissioner's office
yesterday by N, A MoDLarmld, e'erk
of Delta municipality to form the supply.   According to the application the
river in
con-
>. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
imber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
IFARMERS^TTENTION!
[umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
toyal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
thence west 80 chains, thence north
SO cliains, thence east. SO cbains to
point of commencement, and coutain-
Ing 0-10 acres more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 2:1.  1907.
20. Commencing at a post planted
240 chaius west and SO chains south
of the southwest corner of Timber
License 11,509. tbence north SO chains
thence west SO chains, thence south
corner of Timber License 11,608, j 80 chains, thence east SO chains to
thence north SO chains, thence west point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
��� comer   of    Timber    License   11,508,
* thence east Sit chains, tlience south
** 40 chains, thence west 40 chaius,
____   tlience  south  SO chains, thence west
40 chaius, thence n.irth 120 chains to
I     point   of    commencement,  and   containing 040 acres more or less.
H. XI.  O'CONNOR.
August 2;!, 1907.
7. Conimencing  at   a   post ��� planted
chains   north of    tbe  northwest
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Great Northern Railway
.Cft ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
W AND RETURN
$60
"ts on sale Sept. 11, 12, 13, account Jamestown Exposition. Return Limit, Ninety Days.
Above rate Is .from New 'Westminster; $G0 from Seattle.
Same rates apply to Duluth; proportionately low rates from
Washington and Oregon points Rate to Chicago: $71.50
L>ow rates to Omaha. Kansas City, St. Louis, and many
:'"i' Eastern points.
ODDFELLOWS'   MEETING,  BLAINE,   WASH..     Sept.   5th
l;':��nd trip far... $1,50, children 75c. Special train leave*
New Westminster at 8:45 p. m.i arrives at Blaine 7:4o p.
ni' Returning leaves Blaine 2:00 a. in.; arrives Westm lister 3:00 a. m    TinV��<���._. .mod for return passage Sept. '3th.
a.  m.    Tickets good for return pa?
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone 194. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
W. A. ROSS, Assistant  General  Pass.  Agt., Seattle, Was
DVERTISE  IN THE  NEWS
SO  chains,    thence  south   80  chains
thence  east    SO  chains    to  point of
commencement,  and     containing G49 j
acres more or less.
H. NE,  O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
S. Commencing at a post planted
Itio chains north of the northwesl
corner of Timber License 11,50s.
thence north 80 chains, thence east
80 chains, thence south SO onalns,
theuce west 80 chains to point of
commencement, and containing 610
acres more or le-s.
H. M.  O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
D. Commencing at a post planted
2lo  chains  north  of    the  northwest
��� corner of Timber License 11,508,
thence north 80 chains, thence wes
SO chains, thence Bouth so chains.
thence easl 80 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
H.  XL  O'CONNOR.
Augu I 2;:, i:io7.
10. Commencing al a post planted
2io chains north of the northwesl
corner of Timber License' 11,508,
thence' north so chains, thence easl
so chaius. thence south 80 chains,
thence   west    SO (hains    to  point,  of |
I commencement,   and   containing   640 j
acres more or les.,
li.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
11. Commencing at a post planted
290 chains north and so chains west
of   the   northwest  corner   of   Tinrier
^License U,508,thence south SO chains, j
��� thence west 80 chains, thence north
SO chains, thence east SO chains to
point, of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H.  M, O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
12. Commencing at a post planted
290 chain:! north and 80 cbains west.
of the northwest corner of Timber j
License ll,508,thence north SO chains,
thence west so chains, tbence south ]
80' chains, thence east 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
in. Commencing at a post planted.
80 chains west of the southwest cor-
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 2:;, 1907.
21. Commencing at a post planted
210 chains west and SO chains BOUth
of the southwest corner of Timber
License 11,509, thence south SO cbains
tlience west SO chains, thence north
80 chains, tbence east SO chains to
; olnt of commencement, and containing G40 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.     '
point   of  commence uent,   ant
taining 640 acres more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August  23, 1907.
32. Commencing from a post planted at the northeast corner of Timber
License 11,509, theuce south 40 chains |
theuce  west  Su chains,  thence   south
40   chains,   thence   east   120   chains,;
thence north SO chains more or less ���
tee shore of West Ann of Draney's inlet;   tlience  westerly  along  shore to!
point of commencement,    and   con- j
taining 010 acres more or"less. |
H. M. O'CONNOR.     I
August. 23, 1907. I
33. Commencing from a post plant- '
eel 40 chains east of the northeast
coruer of Timber License 11,509,
theuce south 80 chains, thence east
SO chains, thence north St) cnains,
more or less, to shore of West Arm
of Drainer's Inlet; thence westerly
along shore to point of commencement, and containing 010 acres more
or less.
11. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
Township S am!
Delta.
will be piped tn the
DISTRICT OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. P.Thompson,    of    New    Westminster,  B. C,
22. Commencing al a post planted 1 cruiser,  intend   to  apply   fur special
145 chains east and 20 chains south j timber licenses    over   the   following
described lands:
l. Commencln!
at a post, set on
teie south bank of Cypress Creek
about three and a half miles west
from Silver Creek, which runs Into
Harrison Lake; thence north eighty
ciiains. west eighty chains, south
eighty cliains, and easl eighty chains
of the south end of Goose Bay in Riv
ers Inlet, thence north SO chains,
thence west, SO chains, thence south
so chains, thence east SO chains to
point of commencement, and containing 010 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August  23.  1907.
23. Commencing at a post planted
, ���n   ,   . _. _,������h, , to point o   commencement
115 chains  east  and  20 chains south]
Of the south "tid of Goose Bay iii Riv- j
ers Inlet,    thence   south so ehains.     2. Commencing   at a   post set on
thence west so chains, thenci. north the south  bank of   Cypress    Creek
sei chnins. thence  east so chains to  about    three and  a ball miles west
point of commencement, and contain- '��� trom   Silver   Creek,   which  runs   Into
Ing 640 acres more or less. ! Harrison   Lake;   thence   west  eighty
H. M. O'CONNOR,    i cliains,  south  forty cbains, east one
hundred ami sixty chains, north forty
chains,     and   west   eighty   chains   to
point  of  commencement.
J. P. THOMPSON.
'HOMPS >N.
August 23.  1907.
24. Commencing at a post  planted
65 chains easl. and^O chains south of
"he south emi of Ooose Bay in Rivers
Inlet, thence south 04 chains, thence
. west  100  chains,    tlience    north  64
ehains,    thence  east    100  chains to
point of commencement, and contain-
' ing 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907. ,
25. Commencing at a post planted
66 chains east and 20 chains south of
the south end of Goose Bay In Rivers
Inlet, thence west 100 cbains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 30 chains
more or less to shore of Goose Bay;
j thence southerly, easterly and north-
. easterly  around  shore  ot    bay  to a
point north of post; thence south 80 \ ittle* 'Phon�� 18R.      Barn  f none W
chains more or less to point of com-1 Columbia 8t.
mencement, and containing C40 acr28 I
more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
20. Commencing at a post planted
249 chains west cf the southwest cov- | Offis.>���Tram  Detjot
Opera House Bookings
Irving   Beers,   Mgr.
*���   ���    ������  ���
Sept. 19 isle of Spice
"  21) Josh Perkins    '
"  26 ft; L. Borden
Oct.   2 Grand Scotch Concert
"    M Thorns & Orange Blossoms
"    4 Thorns & Orange Blossoms
"    8 In the Bishop's Carriage
"  10 The Time. Place ancl Girl
"  12 Mayor of Tokio
"  17 A Wife's Secret
" 80 Raffles
Nov. 7 Isabel Irving
"    i) Tilly Olsen
"   L8 Florence Roberts
"  19... ...Holy City
"  26 Sarah Truax
Dec. 18 Uncle Tom's Cabin
"       Are You Crazy?
Jan. 25 Devil's Auction
"        Buster Brown
Mar. 18 Paul Filmore
April 1 Sis in New York
"    8 The BurR'emasri'r
May 27 A College Boy
W. N. Draper
B. C.Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Weetmlniter.  B.C.
We Eat to Live
But at 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.
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
General  Repairing.
2. Commencing at a post set on the I
railway belt line distant about six |
mill's north of the north 3hore of Har- j
rison Lake; thence west eighty j
chains, south eighty chains, eagt j
eighty chains, and north eighty chains I
to point of commencement.
J.  P, THOMPSON.
New  Westminster, B. C,
August 16th,  1907.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Baggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly to any
light and Heavy Hauling
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
Ranges, Stoves ami all kinds ot
FURNITURE.
Columbia and Front St3.      Phone 275
Westminster Iron Works
rtlNKRAL MACHINE ANU UJiNUlNB
WOKK.
SHIP 8MITHING. BKIUUH and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental Iron worn, including
Fences, Gates, Fire fciscapee, etc.
Mall orders nnd correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBlli HTKfciU'l'.
New WasinitUiicer. r. U   <H.
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the daily news.,   *i
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THURSDAY,SEPT���
Fire!
Fire!
tfOITIONAl LOHl NEWS
Protect your home and your business against loss by FIRE.
1 am agent" for Guardian Assurance Co., Ltd, of London, Eng,
security J12.90S.S70; Mercantile Fire Insurance Co-, Ltd., security
51S.C12.245: and the Sovereign Fire Assurance Co., Ltd-, security
$2,000,000- '***����
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.   '
REAL   ESTATE, INSURANCE, 'AUCTIONEER
Warehouse For Rent
First class brick warehouse on Front
street.    We will rent this cheap.
BUY
160 acres near Abbotsford for $1200 and
double your money inside of 6 months.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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School Opening
THIS WEEK we are busy making it interesting
for the School Children, with opening up
| school   Supplies
NEXT WEEK the School Children will be busy
making it interesting for us.
if J. J. MACKAY y COS
J. Mahony, of the provincial court
, house office staff, returned to his posl
: yesterday ai'ler spenrding two weeks
\ holidays in the country.
Picnic hams 18c per lb- at K/'e &
[ Son, Good Cheer Store, 255 Front St.
Archibald Bros, have been awarded
a contract for repairing the  roe    of
j the city ball, the city hall furnace, and
I also the chimney of the   'Ivic build-
i ing-   The work will be aun<.  ut once.
Messrs.  Annan    anel   Mcl.eau,    two
patients   who  had  been   under treat-
j ment  at  the  Royal  Columbian hospital   for typhoid  fever,   were    a hie  to
��� i leave that institution yesterday afternoon  completely   recov red.
Miss Louise Robert, of Vancouver,
who had business at the Ne* Westminstei provincial building yesterday.
returned a short time later and reported that she had lost n twenty dollar bank note some place in this city.
and was under the impression that
! she had dropped it while in the court
! house. The note had n< t heen Been
' about tbe court house.
|
Guns  for hire at Geo.  R.  Speck's
! Trapp block, Columbia street
A picked team from the Interme-
i diate lacrosse players oi tnis city will
: go up against the Fairview team frr
, the second time at Vancouver on
! Saturday afternoon- The team will
' be (licked this afternoon- Reports
I from Vancouver are to the effect that
, the Fairview club will line up the best
I team possible, .all the old reliables
having heen trained for the match.
! The game will be played at Recrea-
i tlon park commencing at 2 o'clock.
i Both Vancouver lacrosse teams are
| out after the top prize which will be
. given in connection with the lacrosse
; tournament to be played at Queen's
' park during exhibition week- Tbe
i Maple Leafs and the Vancouvers
, never practiced harder than they are
practicing at the present time. It is
| reported from the terminal city theiit
jthe stick-handlers are at work on the
field during the afternoons as well es
e the evenings on their regular practice
; days.
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fall Millinery Open
Wednesday, Sept. \\
and    POLLOWING   DAYS
| ANDERSON j
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BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
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We, the undersigned, Reed Manufacturing Co. of Newark, New
York. DO HEREBY CERTIFY thai Bryson & Sons of New
Westminster has an agency for    REED'S    patent    anti-
RUSTING     TINWARE.
We hereby warrant an.l fuarantee against rust each and
every piece of our Anti-R'lfitlng Tinware. Should any be returned rusted nt any time, ve guarantee to replace same with
new goods, free of charge.
In witness where if. we have hereunto affixed our cor-
[Seal]       porate seal  and  sun mire this 3rd day ol' June, 1907.
REED   MANUFACTURING  COMPANY
BRYSON *%. SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 ��� - AGENTS
*���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Just Received:
Carload of
BRIQUETTES
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for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
Gilley Bros. Ltd
****************************************************
For cut flowers, bouquets or fun-
era] designs telephone T. Davies &
Son, B 208.
Tbe market clerk received insfruc-
I tions to sacrifice a large consignment
of prunes a* prices which barely cover
the cost of  boxes  and   handling and
quite a few people tools advantuge of
I tiie  bargain   yesterday  to  lay  in    a
! stock.    The  fruit was brougnt down
i from Chiiliwack by Bteamer and land-
led at lhe market wharf the other day.
j Fearing that it would apoll before he-
; lng disposed of, the owners decided
\ to  sell   cheap-     Four   hundred   crates
; were taken yesterday by the grocery
I firms  while the    New    Westminster
Fruil    Packing   company    purchased
several   hundred boxes  at   a low   figure-    There   ar.'   still   a   hundred  or
j more boxes at the wharf for sale.
Best of fruit land, clay loam and
i clay subsoil; very easily cleared in
��� block's to suit $16 per acre. Abbott
' & Hyde, next to Guichon hotel.
A cock pheasant met  with a mis-
I'm nine early  yesterday  morning and
I is now i:i captivity ai the park. Quite
early In the morning Mrs. Role's attention was directed to a noise in her
j drawing   room,   and   on   ��� interftg* d.'s-
oovered   Mr-    Pheasant    lying   unconscious  on   the  floor,   it   having  been
. knooked out by its collision with the
i glass, which it had broken through in
I Its (light- Judge E de had jusi a few
minutes before left to) Chiiliwack, bui
Mrs.   Bole   rose   to  the  occasion   and
ai'ler    hieing heavy   shackles on  the
bird's  fei'    let  it loose  in   the   woodshed, where it soon after  recovered
from  Ihe  shock.    The  bird   wn ;  later
in the day turned over tu Chief Watson ns a contribution to the parR zoo.
20 lots at lhe west end of Be until
avenue, close to two proposed irr
lines, at $100 pfcr lot. Murray RrOd ,
oj.p. Windsor hotel. *
Initial work was done yesterday on
the site on  Clarkson  street where (he
��� B. C- Telephone company proposes to j
��� ��Teet  a large  brick  building for  the e
accommodation of its "ew Westmin- |
i ster  centra]  telephone    station    **id !
J office-   A gang of men were placed at \
work tearing down the stone retaining
wall  that fronts the premises.    Tho
entire  lot  which   is  situated    on   the
nortb side of Clarkson street betwuw-
D-   Murchie's   undertaking    establish- I
; ment   and   Walsh's  tailor  shop     will j
i be  excavated  down  to  a  level   with
j tbe street.    It is  understood that the*
i work   will  he pushed  along with till
possible dispatch  to completion,  and i
! judging from  the  adverse comments  '
I
heard  daily  respecting the    present
I telephone service the equipment* can
i not  be brought   up-to-date   any    too
quickly-
In announcing this grand opening of Select Pattern Hats and)
linery Novelties, we do so with confidence that it will eclipse!
our previous successes in millinery displays. Enlarged space^
enable us to show everything to the best advantage. We takes
opportunity of inviting every woman in this city and vicinity to ii
our millinery department on this occasion, and become familiart
our new arrangements.
Opening Displays in Every Department
We have almost completed our alterations, and on Wednesdtjl
will take pleasure in showing our visitors every portion of ou:j
larged store- B.v this da'e we will be showing our entire sto.i|
Jackets,  Skirts,  Blouses,  Dress Goods,  Neckwear,  Kid Gloves, E
W.S. COLLISTER &0
THE  STORE  FOR   HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street, ��� ��� New Westn
ADVERTISE  IN  THE
City Voters' List
Notice is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1907 has
been completed, and that the same
may be seen at tills office for thirty
days from the date hereof; and an.v
person who shall claim to lie added
to the said Voters' List, or any Elector w'ho shall destre to have any
name erased therefrom, must prefer
his or her request in writing, signed
with his or her name, and shall deliver or cause same to he delivered,
to the City Clerk within the time
hereinbefore specified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
city Clerk.
City Clerk'.; office, City Hall,
New Westminster, Aug. 30, ISO1?.
TWO GOOD BUYS
Fall Shoes
For Men
Royal Ave., lot, well situated        $800, easy terms
Fifth Ave., lot 99x99, splendidly situated,
$800, easy terms
THIS PROPERTY WILL MAKE YOU MONEY
%F��
THE man who has a little time to spare
enjoy spending that time looking throttle splendid stocks of "All America" SM
now assembled here.
We have just received many new lines
handsome Shoes from abroad, and there \
large collections of splendidly made Amend
Shoes, many of which are cut from materij
specially selected, thus enabling us to A
antee every pair. All are in select, refil
styles, and they are handsome and exclul
shapes that will be appreciated by I
dressed men.
These Shoes are sold only in this city by
W. E. Sinclair
The Reliable Shoe Man
	

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