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 Lie, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
p W WESTMjNSjmBX
SEP 1
'  57c
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
Ml
Ni MBBB 228.
Nl-' - R, B.   C,    FRIDAY
. "Tl-.MBKR   1 i    191 8,
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
m CLUB MAY
mmm week
avers Want Game During
Lhibition for Trophy-
jream Chosen.
tsinesi  at the meet-
n  :,; ,he Westmin-
', held   at    Roll's
I was to appoTnt    a
on the city direc-
TRUSTEES DECIDE TO   YOUNG Li IS VICTIM
Of FATAL GUN kWM
FLY CANADIAN FIA6
WESTMINSTER PARTY    RECORD LUMBER
HAD NARROW ESCAPE!      ORMB IS PLACED
' 'Under Which Flag?" Subject of Prolonged Discussion���Music Teaching.
i
I at
this evening and
a day's football at
j  on the Satur
The president, E. R. McMillan,
In thi chair.
Han;  different   schemes   were   di*
L including a tournament, some-
L 'nue that  at  North  Vancouvei
hUiJav, bui  it was    pointed    oui
[j same of tbe games would have to
play*, in the morning, when there
only a small attendance, and one
Be on Saturday  afternoon, Oct.  3,
Itbough! the most    feasible.    The
lie question will be put before   the
Ltors this evening, H. Ryall and
|G. Beaton being appointed as the
legates.
fie city council will be approached
reference to the provision of
Ier anJ light for the new Moody
ilrp-sing room. The service of
|rolier from Queens park has been
ited to the club, but this will not
���brought into use till after the ex-
Itioa Tlie treasurer's statement
|*e_ that after paying the fix-
b i for the North Vancouver
fc-nament about $25 remained in
Ll with as much more to be return-
irom the sale of tickets. The club
Ins with probably a better balance
let than any in the Vancouver
ae A. G. Beaton being unable to
j nD the selection committee, a new
will lie appointed.
;ro*;ress Is being made  with
���:_���  room at  Moody square,
i while it will not Ive ready for to*
pow'a  came, the carpenter  mem-
f the club   are   directing   the
Ier.   and the building Is going   on
life ��� rlly.   The game against the
���tics tomorrow begins at 8 p.m., the
tui) being:    Coal, Barbaree; backs,
|rk and Kirby; halves, Bruce, Reld
(Leamy; forwards, Hayes, Watson,
frse, Craiii and Lumsden.
\ I      ��� Coal,    Matthews;    oacks,
and Ki^i,, halves, Knowles, Mc.
hili   and   Baird;   forwards.  McCor-
|cli. Robertson,  Nanson,    Kelloway
another.
The principal business ,at the regular meeting of the school trustees last
evening was to settle which ���#__.;
Should be flown over thc public
schools in N'ew Westminster. Trustee
T. .1. Trapp presided, and there were
present all the trustees. As a fine new
l'nion .lack, furnished by the provincial government, Is resting in the supplies room at the central school, a decision had to be arrived at as soon as
possible.
The merits of the question were
argued on the lines familiar    to   all
While Prospecting With His   Father  on   Mountains Near
Agassi2, Frank Heay Shoots Himself Through Side,
Dying Shortly After���Body Carried Five Hundred Feet Down Mountain.
Legislative  Library.
Crossed toNanaimo'inRough!One-half of Big Order for
Weather Without Compass
--Sea Broke Over Launch.
Whlli    iu prospecting    iripidence of Mr, Hicks   two miles away.
1 wiih iii- :,-,, jrl ti,c mountains near Froni    here    Mn    Hicks    volunteer-
Agassi/,  j     M-day    morning,    Frank Ied l" L'" 10 A '     even miles dis
one being finally
Heay, sevi nteen years and four month*
of age., accidentally shot himself
through : _���    dying a few min
utes     latei      The   body   was  brought  lhe mountain, but on    reaching    the
to this city early this morning on the
delayed C. P. R. train.
Mr, Heay and his son had been up
tant,  for a doctor
secured at Harrison Hot Springs.
Accompanied by Mr. Hicks and his
two daughters, Mr. Heay returned up
sjiot where the lad had been left, the
body was found to be .cold in death.
The steepness of the mountain side
made the bringing down of the body
a difficult task, it having to be alternately carried and slided down until
down the base was reached. From this
being supported by Trustee Pock, \ the incline as is customary with point to the corpse was transferred
Three voted with the motion, and the. prospectors, when the father to Agassiz in a vehicle provided by
Canadian  flag will  be flown  by   the'noticed that the young man was carry- Mr. Hicks.
schools in future. ��� lng his  rifle  with the stock towards      Young Frank Heay was well known
city, where he had lived all
Tor some t
music in the schools, but as no appro-1 to remove the shells. Hardly had this | been working a? fireman on the
prlation had been made for it. no ac- i warning .been given when the gun steamer Transfer, where his father
tion could be taken. i went  off, the charge entering young' was until recently  engaged  as chief
Prairies Will  Be  Sawed
at Local Mills.
newspaper readers in British Colum- i on a mountain at an elevation of
bia, and for the Canadian flag Trustee ] about a thousand feet and were on
Thornber contended, the Union JWk! the  way  down  again,  sliding
Miss   Thompson   interviewed     the'the ground.    He called his attention  in this
board    with    reference    to   teaching ' to ;.,is. at the same time advising him   hi.   lift
Not  th<    ��� ast    of   the    inter,������ I lng
Nanaimo harbor Monday
nint ���   the launch races were
- -   run off,  was the    high    power
ine boat belonging to H. Schaake
superintendent of the   Schaake    machine works, of this city.
The craft is not quite finished yet, | west yard has placed an ord
but was particularly Interesting to
n naimoites as she was equip:"'1,
the Cowle engine, which is the
invention of Jack Cowie, of that olty,
The boat, which is 32 feet long with
4% foot beam, drawing three feet of
water, is equipped with a sixteen h.p.
Cowii. and can attain a speed of sixteen miles. It was the hope of her
owner that she would make twenty
miles an hour, but before this is done
tli, :��� will have to be a different wheel
put on her and alterations made to
her hill.
Sixteen  miles Is going some, however, and to see the long, rakish craft
Lime past he had   ,'"*! *!v*''>  from 'be fastest in the big
The report of the building commit ! Heay's right side.
tee with  reference to  steps  at   thc      Mr.  Heay  hurried to the boy's as-
Central school was referred back for ' sistanee, inquiring ithe was shot, io
further consideration.    A  number  of   which the lad replied, "In the heart." j fact thai   yeBterday was the first oc-
engineer.
A peculiarly sad   circumstance   in
connection   with   the fatality   is the
accounts were passed.
INQUEST ON VICTIM OF
CAR ACCIDENT CLEARS CREW
Without delay Mr. Heay ripped ot  casion on which he lad had handled
making   a rough j a gun Blnce two years ago   last   De-
cenmer, when his brother James was
drowned while in his company huut-
the lad's sweater,    making    a rough I a gun
1 bandage out of it and fastening it in
Verdict of Accidental Death Found by
Jury   in   Switch   Fatality���Sympathy Expressed.
place with pack straps, which he
drew as tight as possible. This seem-
ed to relieve the wounded boy, and
alter making him as comfortable as
possible, the father hurried away for
assistance, hoping against hope that
the lad would live uutil medical help
lng ducks at Woodward slough.
Mrs. Heay. mother of the deceased,
is at present visiting Mends at
O'Briens, a small place a short distance from Seattle. Her Tnisband Intends leaving for the south today   in
could    be  secured.    Descending    the' onler to acquaint her with the sad In-
mountain,   he  hastened to  the    reel- i telligence of her eldest son's death.
(HSUM,.. IS ASKED FOR
A.-U EXPOSITION
Sept.    in.- Hon.  William
Bnplemau, minister ol  Inland reve-
I     ���    ���  ���   members of  the  board
Irade todaj  to ascertain  the  views
|the hi     | regarding a government
."    ��� ie Alaska-Yukon-
1 . ion    ,.    Si ii tie.     The
" ronglj   in ravor pt a
���  ng   made.     Hon.
man    Jd  his views coin-
o! the board.     He
���  to a gran! and
��� rd   that if anything
i ittawa government
mt  would be given.
Married in Vancouver.
lace at Vancou-
rr 0u v- ol Miss Edna   De-
ol George W. DeBeck,
*' ^ Westminster, to Thomas A.
f'" '      l Portland,  Ore.    Miss  Der
'    been practicing as
l"'-Ul"l nurse In several California
I Mr, Uvesly Is a prominent
" ���' the   neighborhood   of
'       I    The bride
Nt
[ ',a"����  Webb.     ni-    luppy
R left  , ii i
m  when
lent.
The inquest on the    Late    Charles',
Henry  Dynes, who was killed   toy    al
street car near Leopold Place on Wednesday evening, was held yesterday at j
the court   house,  before  Coroner Cup-
tain   Plttendrlgh.    After  carefully   go- :
ing into  the circumstances,  the jury
returned the following verdict:
"That deceased, C. D\ne... came to a mob of
his death by falling under lbe wh|ids
of car lm', on which he. was passenger.
That the accident was. purely accidental and that no blame be attached
to the motorman or conductor in
charge.
"And the jury do hereby express
their extreme sympathy with the bereaved  family of  the deceased.
(Signed)   .1. M. KENNY, Foreman."
The motorman stated that the deceits, d boarded the car. N'o. 100, at the
(lulchon  hotel, riding on the from  of
Seven Thousand Unemployed
Riot in Streets of Glasgow
Glasgow,    Sept.    10.���Following    a military fashion to ensure quiet    and
nighl  of riotiug and fighting between  lJ(-'ace-
The trouble, started at midnight.   A
000 unemployed and mount- -.,..,,, of unemployed under the leader
e,i and foot police, this city today pre-  ship of  Socialists  who  had   inflamed
them  to action toy  violent    speeches,
.out., the spectacle of a town in    the
throes of a si' u'
Hundreds of citizens are guarding
their property with firearms, fearing
a renin >i,,' of the outbreak and terror-stricken women mid children have
i
been compelled   to  stay   indoors    all
day,    Score.   <d  houses  are damaged,
! windows   are   broken   and   the streets
oe-   are
deserted but i ir a strong   police
made onslaught oa the aristocratic
section of the city. They raided several shops at the foot of the hills overlooking the wealthy quarter of the
city and started to pillage the bouses
of the  wealthy residents.
'Phe police, aided by the householders, fought off the rioters until dawn,
when they were dispersed". The number of injured is unknown. It is estimated that there are between 2.1.000
and 30,000 unemployed in   the city at
launches and encircle them was suffi
cient proof that she can go a little.
On board were Messrs. H. Schaake, A.
J. Bow, C. L. Knowdell, Gasoline Expert McLean and Howard Schaake, ai.
of New Westminster They left this
city on Saturday night for Nanaimo,
and when they got out to sea, discovered they had gone away without
a compass. They headed for the island, however, and had a hair-raising
experience. The sea was very rough
and they went every place tout where
they should have, finally gtting into
Cowichan g>ap where they narrowly-
escaped coming to grief.
The boat is built more for speed
than seaworthiness, and shipped
water continually. The engine was
drenched time and again, but kept
working steadily and never stopped
once. Riding ln the Cowie flyer is
something like being seated in an
automobile. She starts and reverses
with a jump, responding instantly to
the powerful engines. The engine
works almost noiselessly.
Both the lumbering and logging Industries on the British Columbia coast
an exhibiting signs of healthy improvement, the resull of increased demand from the Canadian northwest.
Within the past ten days one uorth-
for 200
cars of fir lumber from coast mills,
one-half of which will be sawed at
New Westminster and one-haif at the
Chemainus mill, on Vancouver island.
While the demand for lumber has
improved, prices are no higher, owing
to the recent slashing of the list by
Coast mills, as a result of the -cancellation of the price agreement between
coast  and mountain mills.
FIRES ARE BLAZING
IN NEW ONTARIO
Whole Country Ablaze for
Miles-C.P.R. Trains Unable to Travel.
POLITICAL   INTELLIGENCE.
Crowded Meeting,
The city hall, Vancouver, was
crowded yesterday evening, W. W. B.
Mclnnes, Liberal candidate, and other
prominent orators speaking on the
Issues of the coming campaign.
d  thai  i.s  making the rounds    in  the present lime.
TECUMStHS MAY OR MAY NOT COME OUT WEST
the ida; form, and the accident
curred al the Sapperton switch. He
did not see Dynes fall, but knew he
was standing on the step--. A yell
from one of the passengers caused
him to put on the brakes, and bring
iii, car to a stand Still.   The body was
on its back,  with  a  wheel  still on  it. M_,y  Have t0 Piay.
and   the  front   wheel   had    evidently      Toronto,  Si        10,    If the Nationals
passed  over the chest.    The jolt   at    (i..t ,���,,,,, ,���]    Saturday,   which
the .witch probably caused the    fall , .,,   ,,���,   Tecumsehs   cham-
from the (,''ir- plons, the New We   n Ins , i ���   ��� i will
In answer to the coroner, ho said the ;r l)n]eml ,, defend the Minto cup
rule about no one riding on the plat .^ nll phis may knock out tbe coast this fall in an endeavor to lifi
form did not apply in WefltmlMter,*'as ri ,)U. . i;i to the COaSt. Edmonton the Minto cup. .New Westminsters
those wishing to smoke usually used wjjj h( t,H. fjrB| u,am ,,, piay for the will liear the trophy until next spring
the platform. g   n|,.,. cnp his winter
Cowan Will Resign.
George    11.    Cowan,    Conservative
nominee   for   Vancouver,   announces
that  he. will resign his    position    as
city solicitor at an early date.
Two  Mountains Candidate.
Montreal,  Sept  10.���The Conservatives of Two Mountains have nominated  Andre    Faiiteux    for  the.    Commons.
Tecumshes   Not Coming.
Toronto,    Sept.    io.���It    was    announced here today that the Tecum
<    5, even if they win the champion
ship of the N. L. V., which is practically assured, will not    go    to    the
east.
Yarmouth Nomination.
Yarmouth, N. S., Sept. 10.���At   the
Conservative     convention     yesterday
Dr.   C.   S.  Williamson   was  nominated
for the Commons.
LACROSSE AND BASEBALL
ASK THE GOVERNMENT  TO
PUNISH STRIKE BREAKERS
was assisted by
<  DeBeck,   and   the
'���"   evening    train   for
:i"- honeymoon will   toe
Serious  Charge.
. "'   "f the   three    weeks'
I*        '     ���' the Praser   will   he
I       "" '" !l1" district court today,
"" ' ;- thai Fisheries Guar-
beins
'' *as threatened hy G.
l ' ;1 flaberman, with   a   rille
���       ����� Wed to
?'���""' ������������:, ���    ,.
'������'��� da
near Port  Kell��
v  -iinimons has been
Pour other men al-
Questions were asked by .1. D. Ken
nedy and A. E. Beck, Solicitor for the
11 C E.lt., the latter eliciting thnt the
-7���\R�� ��,',u':,',,���      AT PARK ON SATURDAY
Other evidence showed that    Dynes, .Vottingham,  SepL   10.���The   trade
when he lost his balance, clutched  at ( lutemt is HVoused    in    the(*,nion congress today passed a reso-
Uarnet-Mc I senior lacrosse game at Queens park tatkm condemning the British work-
tomorrow    afternoon,    for     although | men    who    engaged    themselves    as
Wesi minster  did    pile
,, Brockton Point   on
up the e��^s
Monday,   the
the hand rods, only catching one.   W.
Bowers,   sawyer   at   the
Donald  mill. om> of    the    witnesses
tried to catch deceased, but failed.
Th�� funeral takes ptece ^^L       liuii m) need to exert themselves
,, game being played under conditions which prevented the Salmon
Bellies extending    themselves.     The
 " " home tflain will be as on Monday. Pat
Jones' Victory Is Confirmed. paeney still    being    unable   to play.
fifteen minute quarters will   be
Ing to the Catholic cemetery
being held at 9 a.m.    at    St ?��"'*
cathedral.
Seattle, Sept. 10
plete returns    from    throughout
state Indicate that Congrwaiutw. was-
indorsement
p. i.'ticallv com- Only
1 ''" tUl. played, as a baseball game is to foi-
low.
What the Maple Leafs will do is not
strike breakers in Germany and the
colonies and asking parliament to enact a measure under which the organizers of strike breaking movements,
as well as the men themselves, could
be prosecuted.
Nomination   for Commons.
Pembroke, Ont., Sept. 10.���At yesterday's   I.literal  convention   H.  Hair.
M.la.A      was   selected  as   the   candidate to:  the House of Commons,
Vancouver Up Against It.
.1. D. Taylor will speak on the outskirts of Vancouver on Saturday evening.
G.  H.  BARNARD GETS
VICTORIA NOMINATION
ley L. .lones has won ftj ��*�� ?  _ ^^ ^ ^ ^ offlclalg I All?. ,, wa8 ,uttlclently recovered   to
for election as halted States p ^ difficulty they ha* to leave the Royal  Columbian    hospital
over Senator Levi Anuen.   ��� ,.������,'���.. viondav right at home, yesterday.    He bad been an intimate
Leaves the Hospital.
W. H. Whalen, one of the circus employees  who  was seriously  hurt    ln
the train wreck near Port Kells   on! delivered by Martin Burrell, Premie?
McBrJdO and others, the ballots were
Victoria, Sept. 10.���G. H. Barnard,
president of the Conservative association of the province, and also of the
focal body, was nominated last evening as Conservative candidate in this
constituency, at the approaching Dominion elections. Without auy preliminaries G. H. Barnard and W. Beck-
wlth, who opposed Hon. W. Temple-
inn n at the last election, were placed
in nomination.   While speeches were
Fort William, Sept. 10.���The whole
country east from Fort William and
Port Arthur is ablaze with big fires
rasing every few miles, and if no
heavy rains fall they will unite and
burn the entire country." The C. P. R.
is facing disaster as the fires are close
to their lines. .Many little villages in
New Ontario are threatened with extinction and people are in a frenzied
state. The C. P. R. reports that they
are the worst fires in the history ot
the country. The Pigeon River Lumber conipany are heavy losers and
many of their camps are .burned.
The forest fire is still threatening
the city of Fort William lu several
sections and the entire lire brigade, is
engaged in two divisions blocking the
avenues of danger. Meanwn.le fire
broke out in the. Commercial hotel
and a hurry call was sent for the
brigade-, but fortunately the chemicals
proved successful. Fires are sweeping
down on Silver isle, used as a summer resort for nearly a quarter or a
century. Ko one Is there to fight the
fire but the caretaker, Captain Cross
and his family.
The entire fire brigade of the city
guarded Port Arthur last night, flres
on the outskirts breaking out in mant
homes.
Nn trains from the east will reach
Winnipeg over the C. P. R. line until
Saturday noon. Traffic will be held
at Srhreibe.r till tomorrow.
Ml Canadian Pacific express trains
will be forced to ngaln go around by
lhe United States on the journey from
Montreal nnd Toronto to Winnipeg.
The far side of Mount McKay has
been hurned over, while fires are rag
lng at many points on the Indian reserves near the Orand Trim* pro-
perty, From Hymers, up the Canadian
Northern, comes word this morning
that the settlers are very uneasy. One
settler is already burned out. In the
unsettled portions of Oillies and Scott
townships, fires arc now sweeping thr
bush, and there Is nothing that will
stop them except a heavy Tain. The
fire back of the mountain Is in the
township of Parpoolge. hut up to the
-present it has not reached any settlement.
At Port Arthur the forest flres are
now beginning to cause great property loss.   The tie camp owned
counted and resulted as follows*.
Barnard, 423.
���,uel (I.  iret a lineup on Monday right
Snell by a wh- plurality.    - (,_ cominR match has not ,1* een given of that  institution since  the day of     Beck with, 127.
during the close cosgrove, of Pomeroy, has una ine Vancouver papers the accident, his   life   having   beeni    On motion of Mr.   Beckwlth,   the
���! before inspec-L won ,n. nomination for governor much space in the Vanco .^^ ^ ^ lnoniination was made unanimous.
un Saturday. | ���_  J ���v���(_,__ ���ntes. las yet,
by
George Marring on High river was
destroyed. Four men, left to take ��l__r
of the pigeon River company's camps,
weTe nnnMe to block the progress ot
the flames and saved only their
horses. The Thunder Bay Contracting company has sent a lire tug with
hose out to protect Its camps.
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77us is My 55th Birthday
Ove Gude.
-Ove Gude, who last December was selected to succeed the late
Christian Hauge as minister to the United States from Norway, wa-
,;:oru in Dtisseldorf. Germany, September 11, 1853. He is the son
of Huns Frederick Gude, a famous landscape painter. After completing his studies he began his diplomatic career in 1ST" as attache
to the legation of Norway and Sweden at Paris. Later he was attached to the ministery of foreign affairs, and was also attached to
the legation at Berlin, to which place he was appointed in 1884. Later
he was transferred to London as attache of the legation. In November, 1S97, Mr. Gude was appointed minister to Madrid, and later
transferred to Copenhagen. Though young in years as compare!
with the average of men in the diplomatic service, Mr. Gude has
earned an enviable reputation for his knowledge of international law
and diplomacy.
etion of G.T.P.
Depends on Return
of Liberals to Power
Hon. William Templeman Declares It Would Be Suicidal
to Entrust This Project   to  the Party Which
Tried to Strangle It in Its Infancy -
Laurier  Has   Greatly  Helped
British Columbia.
The  signal   services    rendered    by soldiers to fight, the Empire's  battles
Ralph  Smith, for the district of .\'a-
naimo.  which  he   re-presentes  in  the
Commons, were fittin,
a   meeting  at   Duncan   on   Saturday,
when his candidature was unanimously
in South Africa,  which alongside the
preference,   showed   the   development
: at of the imperial unity idea in the minds
of  the Liberal  statesmen.
Conservative   orators   and     writers
endorsed by delegates from all parts wer bemoaning the large expenditure
of his constituency. The outstanding j of the government. It was true more
feature of the gathering, outside of j money was being spent. It was true
the tributes to the member, was the I that the present government had spent
determination exhibited to again send i more money than its predecesors in a
him to Ottawa and the confidence dis- similiar period. But it was also true
played in his ability to down the ex-j that the revenue had been vastly in-
traordlnary combinations arrayed creased and that larger works wen
against him. In the course of his man- being undertaken by the Liberal ally acknowledgment of the- action of ministration than by the other party
the meeting the candidate showed that when It was in power. What wen
he, certainly, had no doubt as to thej those works'.' Canada's splendid wa
ways had beeu deepened and exti :. '
result.
Following   the   convention a   publicithe   Intercolonial   had   been  extendi
meeting was h< Id, during which an ad-jto .Montreal; the Grand Trunk Pacifi
me  grand conception of  Sh   Wilfrid
Laurier, had been provided for;      i   -
dress    a   given by Hon. William Tem-1 the
man,   minister   of   inland    revenue,
ninister    took    occasion     to
et hi    Iy commend ���'. -    i rvices ol
''! cash s il sidii i  hi I b    -, granted for
railway construe ion, The policy of the
- membi r, refei     _ . articu- government   �� is  to do Its  utm , ���   ,,
- H   Inestin >       va  ie to tlie
ent  of  his advice    on  labor
was a well known fact in
a   on al! questions relating
to tl    .        ... nomic pro:,:, ms    Mr.
,- an authority, and he was
. - ' msulti :   13 the Dominion
go. -... .-nt with reg ird to these matter.-, while In numerous labor centres
the p ovinci s of On ario ,:.: Quebec
h   was hel i in the nigh,--- ��� steem.
The minister referred to the possl-
e(ncourage railway constructA��n be-i
cause it was real! ��� | th there was
no devi loping ag< ncj li.. the railway.
In the las) seven years the ,. ,,, i}
mileage  in   Hie   Northwesi   had d
doubled. During the last session oi
parliamenL a large number of railway
subsidies had . een provided and it
was worthy of notice that more were
given tor British Columbia than for
any other part of Canada.
In this connection the minister made
an election, and then proceed- the   interesting   announcement    that
ed to leal with the issues that were
likely to confront the people. He
showed that the evident attitude of
the Conservative party, as indicated
in the last session an i In Its campaign
literature was one of scandal nionger-
Ing and slandering, Tin, opposition
did not attempt, to attack the government's policy und to cover its Inability to do so resorted to the wild ac-
cusationa which occupied so much of
tbe time of parliament The govern
ment was prepared to meet all charges
allegi i -can,tais when the time
came, but it seemed strange Indeed,
that, although the Liberal party had
beeu io power for twelve years, although It had dealt with a va-t amoun
of legislation, the Conservative party
was unable to attack the government
as administrators but had to re.or!
to slander charges against individuals.
The minister then took up the record of the government and alluded
to some of Us achievements. Its return in 1896 was signalized >by the settlement of the difficult and delicate
Manitoba school question. A few years
ago Sir Wilfrid Laurier again showed
his capacity tor dealing with difficult
matter- of this kind when Alberta and
Saskatchewan were created province*
The arrangement then made was so
satisfactory to tlie people < �� those
sections thai in three elections, one in
Alberta and two in Saskatchewan,
they cordially approved of the federal
policy by returning Liberal administrations,
The tariff had been greatly modified,
Into if was Introduced the British
preference, which was a long step to-
ainong the subsidies given by parliament in the lasl Bession was one for
the construction of a railway from a
poinl on the E, & N. railway toward
Fort George on fhe Grand Pacific. By
this he hoped that Vancouver island
would be brought into connection with
the Grand Trunk Pacific system, and
the city of Victoria made the terminus.
The Conservative party, of course,
could not attack these things so Its
members   had   io  talk   scandal.
Take, the administration of the post-
office and the great reforms Instituted'
First there was the reduction involved
in introducing the penny postage,
which amounted to more than Blxty
���,'������'��� cent., am] many other reforms
Of a similiar nature. These resulted
In more letter writing and the revenue was loubled. Under the Con-
Bervatlve regime deficit., were the order.
Then there was the labor legislation
of the Liberal government, it was interesting to note that until Sir Wilfrid
Laurier was returned to "power there
was not labor legislation on the statute
books, in this connection the minister
referred briefly to the Industrial Dis-
pul is Act which, although passed ibut
two sessions ago, had settled scores of
difficulties between employers and employees.
Mr. Templeman dealt at some length
with the greal work ,,1* the Liberal
party in developing the Northwest,
and the government's Immigration
policy. In 1898 only $262,000 was
spent on immigration; in 1907 nearly
a  million  dollars  was spent   for  this
THE DAILY NEWS.
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Regulations,    *'
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'bia.ma;
who l8 tl
any male  ,. ,     .   ��
extent of -     ';.
acres, mo-, '"'Mt,'
Entry  ni :
the .oca,:..
which the Und I   altuaS  S :
:proxyuu bemad,    3
tain condition ,  JH
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.Intending uomesi ��'**
The homest -,;-:
I form the con I
connecte_ >_. I
plane: -S|
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upon  and .         I
each  year   to in        1
(:i)   lf ''���'"' mother J
father le dece id)    ,,-- th. ' "*
8t���,ad('r *'"   ' oi ._-*,:*
j vicinity of ��� | entered for 1
requirement m '1
satisfied b
the tathei
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Knowledge Is Power
"I_hn
'NOWLEDGK is not confined to  "book
learning."  In this busy world of ours,
education   is  but   lhe preparation for
the higher school of life.
Tbe knowledge
acquired by the
makers of " Progress Brand''
Clothing has made
their names a power
in tbe mercantile
world.
Their knowledge
of values, of style and tailoring, has made the
"Progress Brand" trademark a power for
high quality.
The knowledge of what aud where to buy
thus becomes a power in economy that may be
translated into dollars and cents.
Progress Brand"
Garments
The knowledge of "Progress Brand" gives
every man the power to buy stylish, perfect
fitting, excellently made clothes, at the very
lowest prices.
The .only knowledge that must be
acquired is, what
dealer handles
"Progress Brand."
Know this, and you
have the power to
get the best values
in Clothesdom. Best
dealers in Canada handle "Progress Brand"
Clothing. They know that they can guarantee
it to their customers because the makers
guarantee it to them. Knowledge is power.
Turn your knowledge of clothing to good
account by buying "Progress Brand" Clothing.
20
Sold and guaranteed by
REID & CO., New Westminster
"THE
Trains & Steamers I Lower Fraser River
Freight ana Pass-
(;!)   lf '��� pJ
<enl reBlden ���- **M
jed by hlm [n i . ...^
'stead, the  reqi ts  as ^M
!deuce un
upon the
i     Six "'"���'' :..!,.'.���
ibe given to tl "'��o!m
Inion Lands  it 0     ra   f intentiosS
apply for patent,
I    COAL.���Coal mil I
leased for u period ol I _< . ���-..--jl
'at an  ann   ll ,��� <,  .. ...I
! Not   more      ,n ������       ��� . ...... J
I leased to one - ...I
I A royalty it the rate of five<   .-.|
;ton Bhall   ������ .. a
Ichantable ��� ned.
V,'. W, COM.
Deputy of the M -.    ��� r of iheln-Khl
SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODUE, SO.27.-1
The regular meetings ott.lt!������
are held in Oddfe ewn :.-. :l
bla street, everj Men lay eiofl
at 8 o'clock.
���     ,   a.
*. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGEdill
���Meetings the I Wl I
day    In    ea '���'  -.1
brethren cort lti . toatiefl
lxxlKe room, I'. W. ha!!,CK_|
fellowB'  blocl . i   ���      :. -'-���
:.f*URT  BRUNETTE, Nc.-:??. i0.r.|
���-���Meets the Fourth Fi
month   at 8
hall. Oddfe]
riklJIll YOt/K,
MJIllMl VOtf*
IT'S NOUdBCJIlt
JTCCl���iMMiC
ILL
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CD,
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBING
and   MEATIING
Front Street    Trust Bloc*
purpose. What was the result? In
ward imperial unity, and which won't..:)-', the number of Immigrants who
for Blr Wilfrid Laurier the grateful"came to Canada was 20,000; last year
appreciation of imperial atatesmen. in it was '....2,000.   in 1S96 the number
conjunction with thin the minister re- ~-���~ ~~^~~
fftnfed to Canada'! action  In aetidlng (Oontinuud on Page Sevea.)
What They All Say
"I didn't know we could
get such good work in Westminster."
These are the words of one
of our customers (a professional man) when we delivered a new lot of
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICK
CP.R.   MALN   LINK.
Leave .New Westminster 7:13, 9:35,
[17:25 and 19:35.
Arrive at .New Westminster 9:20,
10:30, 18:35 and 20:40.
Overland express arrive.; at 10:30,
and 20: i-i;  leave.   7:15 -ind 17:25.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. .N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 o.m. !
Lv. N*. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. X. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
l.v. Seattle Vl'ia.m. , ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 1:25 p.m., ar. N. W. 9:55
p.m.
Lv.  Seat He 11:30 p.m. ar. N.  W. U:20
a. m.
en^er bervice per
SS. "Favorite
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 6:20 a.m.. 3 p.m., and 9-55
p. m.
Lv.  Vancouver !.:3.  a.m.,  4  p.m. and
11:30   p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave .New Westminster 3:50 p.m.
arriv Oulchon 6 p.m. Mondays. Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Leave Qulchon 6:30 a.m., arrive New
Wostminster vt:l">, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOTTVBR.
Leave New Westminster 5:T��0, fi:20,
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter till H p.m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Weatminater at
5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and half hourly till
11:30 p.m.
Carrying freight and passengers to
all points between New Westminster
and Westham Island,
Leaves Brackman-Ker'g wharf daily]
ai 3 p.m., < si ��� il Saturdays, al 2 p.m.,
additional trip on  Mondays, leaving at
E  a in.
Returning leave Westham [aland 7
a.m. daily, except ridays at 6 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
at 5:30 p.m.
Calling
Thursdays
Steveston
Saturdays.
Tuesdays,
FRATERNAL OROER OF EAGLES.I
Aerie X 1. 20 ������-"���i'f
evening at 8 ] I
ball,    Colui
w. Pres : i:   -
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF Ta*lj
PERANCE me ' ���'���'']
at  8  o'clock   p   n     In ��� :'-     |
hail, Co  :���:,..
��ONJ OF SCOTLAND BENEflT*
80CIATION. LORO OF THE ISLE |
CAMP. 191.���Moe on theFW*
Third Puesda; i< ever* moatt��1
K. of P. ball    Chief .V. So *m\
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Looge. N��l
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hal l**j
umi.ia Street, every Friday����������
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethro"!
be mad 1 -��� ilcome. 0 f: G*l
N. G.; C. ES. Osborne, P. G. ���*����
lng secretary.
Tickets to Steveston and return 50
cents on Saturdays only.
THE SHOP THATjATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
���M
t��       ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE     DAILY     NEWS
It YOU Wl��*. a Bttuatlo*.
Important Notice
The plans, profile and estimate of
cost ol' the proposed permanent improvement of Columbia street (Including a main, trunk sewer, cement
sidewalks and street, paving) have
been prepared and placed on view In
the room lately occupied by the school
board, city hall, where they may be
Inspected during office hours by
parties Interested In this very necessary  local Improvement.
N. H. McQUARRIE,
Acting City Clerk-
City Hall, New Westminster, B, C���
August 25  1908.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
(or CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLI;>
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and'
FAIRBANKS.    Daily trains  (except1
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail,'
express    and   freight   connect    witb
itages at Carcross and White Horae,
maintaining a through winter service
For information apply tn
I.  H.  ROGERS, Traff.r.   Manage:
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE"
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, l*
Red Rose Degree meet" S��ow"|
Fourth Wed! laj of eaa ��
ln K. of P. Hall, r.-l.-niMa H
8 p. m.. White Rose ]"���*'<���*'��� >��T\
Wednesday   In   each in.ir.fb. -�����
time aud  pla<"
OTHER
includ
FRATERNAL   BOCllJ]
the Union b"1-'
NO.
K. and A. II.; King Solomon
WW
No. 17. A. F. and A    ���'1 u��'"
No. 1160; L. 0. L
NO. 1
593; O-1
I. 0. F.I
No.
Sapper:,ui. No,  1683,
K.,   Courl Westminster,
Brotherhood of Ow'a, N''4'
;��:
\���. I
fCMBMSE
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY I
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF-1
FICE.
Next   sailings   of   the   Empresses |
Sept. 4 and 18.
For other dates and particulars
apply to
ED. OOULET,
,,.*>����      ,_     c' p- R. Agent
FIRE ALARM  '10XES
6���Asylum.
(V-Royal City Mil's-
7���Carnarvon and 'l'"u!l*
8���Royal avenue and B'8"��'
9���Fifth avenue and
12���St. .Mary's Hospital-
13���Second and Part ��"*''
14-Columbl:.  ami  I""tcria
15���Sapperton .^
23-Queen's  *�����!*L*
�����--^ avenue and 8W
25-Flfth av^ue an
26���Fifth avenue ann *���      ,
27���Third avenue an-i Tf"
S2-^.gnesana Sixth.
34-Schaake Mwhlne w��
35-OolumWa ami McKeW'*
42-Small & Bucklin Ml"1' HDAV
SEPTE
,EEF.  11,  1908-
X LULU   __��_"��� i �������� ���
-^=f:���7~T1 A DroginPrices
eichenbach;   ;^r^T      JJZ
ing Peaches,  $]    ate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals      15 doz
Jelly Jars,     - c doz
S      hose 10-pieee Sets
we are selling at $2.75
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and   RETAIL
4
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gUTCHERSi
ADAMS & DliANS
GROCERS Prompt Delivery
WINDSOR SALT it a
Canadian salt guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guaranteei the purity ol imported
salts, lnni* on having WINDSOR
SALT. iot w
EXPORT Of LOGS IS
AGAIN PERMITTED
1 Wanted -:- tost -:- found
1 For Sale ���:��� lo Rent -:- Etc.
VY VNTED    :;,��� 1,1  rj .,
eman     \\   -.     Box   n .  v ..
Representations of Loggers
Are at Last Heeded by
Provincial Government,
Phone 97
COLUMBIA
STREET
NEW   THIS   WEEK
Phone 101
j Houbigant's IDEAL Perfume
Phone 101 1 S2.50 per oz.
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$1
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-**At
Ryall's Drug Store
elp    in    gi n. ra
M: -. P, Latham
��� i avi nue and Fourth stn i
., . ' il;,- expon ol
a Columbia has been
rovini   ii government
""''  v i       ���      .   	
No ding to Lnstrm
to out trom Victoria.
:, is un,i,    tood tha   i ���
���������            expon    logs   wa
ough tht rejxresi
i number o! loggers, bro! ���
"'- mill operators  thkt thej  tuui
prior io ihe passing    of    the   order
igain    export   entered   Into   certain
o illgi . ��� furnish  logs to. i	
1    Between   Sixth   avenue   and
terland,   ladj s      own   leathei
iand  bay, containing    puree,    gold .on \       can side oi the line anil
watch  an    chain, etc.    Plndei   .  ll   unlei ������..   permitted to fulfill
be rewarded   by returning   to M ssitheii con racts thej would suffer great
Conner   Posl Office, {financial loss.   The government tooK
 |tbeview thai under the circumstani
ro REN i     , wo modern houses, seven
'in-, electric light, hoi    ami cold
water bath, separate toilets; chicken
��� use;   _iv  and    220  IN nth Btreet
Eyes Tested Free
A CRATE
The Last of the Season
THE
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>ublic Supply Stores GEOprA���MS \
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.  C.        Fhone  92. t
�����������������������������������������������������������*<- **"-** ** ������������������*��������������������������������������������������������
Are you satisfied with your present condition or
opportunities ?
Systematic Small Savings
Your talents, Which now yield you .i comfortable income, will some day lose part or all of their earning
:. Then you will need other capital that does not
��� 11
\   mall Mim deposited every week or month with
������   The ���
i,fe*
Laying the Foundation
:,'!��� I uildings all over this district Is wha . actors are doing V\ i superior
assortment of the best building
mat,: lai i ver offered here,
"Vancouvei brand" Portland conn nt, Rose ani. lime, Clayhurn
and local brick, crushed rock,
the famous Pitt lake gravel,
i li 'in sharp sand, hard wall
plaster. In fa< I anything you
need In this line.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
_____
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Cipifii/ (in</ Reserve
$8,290,000
Incorporated
1H69
Total Atnett
$47,400,000
I, with Interest compounded quarterly, provide a com-
acome for your old age.
ONE DOLLAR    MAKES  THE   START.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
[���minster Branch.     F. B, LYLE,   Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400.000.0"
RESERVE      -..       $11,000,000,00
Brsnchea"throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   in   London,   England
New   York,  Chicago aud  Spokane, U.S.A., and  Mexico City.     A    len
eral Banking Business Transacted.
..etters of Credit Usued, available wl i.l.  correspondents  In all  uarts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department      DepoalU  received   n sums of fl and upwards,
and Interesl allowed at 3 per tent, per annum  'present rate*  added
tour times a year.
Total  Assets  ever  J168.0O0.0O0 1)0.
\'-:\*J  WB8TM1NSTBR BRANCH Q   D.  BRYMNEH   Mam
_ Pennsylvania
A-
COAL
lac-smiths
BT ST   QUALITY
IBANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
FLOUR
and FEED
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
1AYERS y PRESTON
". O. I5ov   34**5
I' : FRONT SHEET. FOOT DF SiXIH. ���
���Phone   105.
HEW WESTIVliNSTER
ERIE & CO.
 ,    ^
p. C. Mills, Timber an
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
���1/orufocforerj and D.ater* in All Kind* ot
��� "r>her,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fi..h and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. Nev��  Westminster. Telephone 333.
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Interurban   Line.
a for \ tncouver   und    "��� i.'
stations will run every half-
ii<mr  from   5:50  a. na.
t . ��      -*:ir teavee ;it It p, m.
Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
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Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over tne
city line.
Sunday Service   hair-neurly be- !.
tueen 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
FARMERS ATTENTION! ! I
I f Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining, j  * British Columbia Etectrlc Ry. Co., Ltd ii
 mmmm+ I  aeeattsi*irittte��eaeeae>ai ..;.
IRaya! City Branch, Columbia St.   ! -���"TZT ���, TllE!~~~"
�����-'���        '     N�� ��**+*** i. ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
..   JiG.ijn.   Apply to Phone A 179,
TO RENT���House ou Brunette street,
Sapperton, modern, live rooms,
$1-",. Apply W'nite, Shiles & Co.,
��� 'olnnibla street.
it wai   , nl;   fair to sh-.' these   mi i
opport unity to clear th*'tn e ves
As .i *������ ' - i ,' nee of the renewal of
permission to export, orders have been
,.' :, ��� thi gathering up of a num
bei of iiui_i iiiMiniK of cedar on the
northern coast and these will be
shipped ti> Puget sound as soon as
possible, The movement of cedar to
lhe sound from now till Oct, 31 is ex-
WANI ED���A   white   waitress.   Apply pected to be heavy.
Wesl   Cud Restaurant, 	
v\ _X. ED���Hats to retrim, al
have
i ��� v.  hats and trimming-.   Auckland
��� nth   streets.
Ful! 8ALE���House, stable and two
li b, cleared and fenced, Secoud
litre t and Tenth avenue; price
onable, and terms easy. Also,
two lots adjoining, nearly cleared.
Apply to George Sharp, on the premises.
This Date in History
WANTED. Girl for general house-
worh in family of two; apply
2565 Cornwall Bt., Kitsilano, Vancouver.
WANTED���Girl for assisting tn housework and in attending to two infants. 137 Third ave., near 2nd st.
WANTED���Nursemaid;    apply    Mrs.
(Di.i  .Innes, ltoyal Avenue.
WANTED���School children to hoard
for next term in refined private
family Apply MM. E. B., Daily
News office.
WANTED���Japanese noy attending
school wants work with good family;
understands cooking; wageB, Apply
to P. O. Box 545, City.
WANTED   Japanese boy or   girl   for
housework,    daily,    llaidv. ii k,     St.
Andrews street.
WANTED- Ladylike young person I'm
Ut housekeeping.   Student al college in return for board would  bi
. [.table,   P. 0. Box 687. City.
IFOR    SALB ��� Motor   launch;    well-
found and fast; seats fourteen pas-
sengei.,   Apply to Motor , Box   M���
N'ew Westmlnater.
L709
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SEPTEMBER  11.
Marlborough victorious at battle of Malplaquet.
British defeated the Americans
at   haule of  Br.indywine .
The anniversary of Perry's victory on Lake Erie celebrated
by a great ball and parade
at Newport, R. 1.
\ Mexican army, 1,300 strong
Invaded Texas, but soon retreated.
General Sherman ordered all
civilians to leave Atlanta ami
offered them transportation.
Fli ods "ti the Chippewa and
tributary rivers in Wisconsin
li ��� royed many lives and
much property.
Disastrous hurricane In the
West Indies,
Riotous demonstrations agalnsl
Japanese took place in Vancouver, B. C.
GALE  DOES  DAMAGE
ON   ENGLISH  SHORES
I WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms:   musl ibe    moderate;    near
i,l e I"' terred.    Apply Post Office
Box 7:12
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' I Electric Railway Service!
City   Lire:     CF.r3  leave ,tram
office on the hour, tweaty min- #
tes after and forty minutes ��f-
- r, commencing at C-.20 a. m "
ii
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave ',
ten  minutes after the bour,
" ['*ict ond fifty mtautes after
the hour,  commencing at 6:30 ',',
a. m.
V B S T M INST B It EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P,0.
box 807. Can supply you with ill
kinds of help promptly, free ot
charge, Branch office. 107 Cordova
��ti-eet west, Phone -\ 27r><). Vancouver, li. C
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and  Female  H'.'ip   Promptly
Furnished,
COLUMBIA    and     MoNSEuEY    STS.,
J        NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
j fhone   431. p. O. Box   885.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
I.".i Ion, ept. 9.���The Bchoonei
Phyllis Graj was losi tod ij ofl thi
". I levonshire and her crew of
nineteen were drowned. The '.mat.
.'. is unable to weather the terrific
storm which is sweeping the west
coa ��� and thi British channel, piling
wreckage on the shore In all directions.
The .-torni is as severe as that of
ten days ago and it is feared that, the
loss of life will ie as heavy. Reports
of boats V'Mng driven aground aie
received from every section of tha
coast.
.Messages from France say that
damage to crafl along the shores of
the must of that country is equally
serious.
TWO MANUFACTURERS
CHARGED WITH ARSON
,  .   oi*l ans, La., Se it, 10.- -Julius
ma ii. , y   M,e Wolf, secretary
���, :  .       iirei   of  the Central    Gla s
���    I      nigh   Indicted by
on  the charge of ar-
a  with a I'm.: which
ten 'i.i s      i burn d o "������ a ]*-'���
Uon ot ten  blocks  In  the    bulsness
-,,   on of New Orleans, causing b lose
ol 11,500,000.    The lire originated m
the building occupied by the Central
Glass (-ompany.
RICH   SILVER   FIND
MADE  NEAR COBALT
���t^phone 12.
if you want to enjoy your trip
across the continent���
Travel hy the Se��_ic Railway Of
America.
Through Dining Tourist and Firdt-
Claaa  Sleeping Cars.
Eastern Express leaves at 7:15.
Atlantic Express leaves at 17:25.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED. GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   Vanoou^if.
.forth 1 -*1 10,    Mann
: rs, of Klllaloo, prospectors, are
,. i to  i , -e made one  of    the
t sti In  the Cobalt district
towganda  on  the east   branch of
ib,.��  Montreal  river.    They  found    a
v, in   of  solid   silver  twenty-live    feet,
kmg,  and in one  place shovelled    up
,'igh:    Bour   Backs   ot   silver   nuggets.
They have already been offered $;!00,-
000 for the claim.
Coat on West Coast.
Victoria, Sept. 10.���A coal discovery
is reported ne;u Banillehl cable station. Otitcroppings were found on the
surface. Quite u rush is reported from
the west coast, to the discovery.
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Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster,  B.  C.
IC. P.   fl.  DIRECTORS ON
TOUR   OF   INSPECTION
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1908.
VANCOUVER'S TORY    CANDIDATE.
The securing of nomination at tae
hands of the Conservative convention
in Vancouver on Wednesday by Mr.
George H. Cowan opens up a new
Held for thought. Notwithstanding
the trying to kill Mr. Cowan's chances
early in the game by a few Tories
seeking to use an order opposed to
his faith, he. has come to the front
again. In our opinion he is the
strongest candidate the Conservatives
could produce in Vancouver, excepting
perhaps Sir Hlbbert Tupper, and the
Liberal nominee, Mr, W. W. B. Mclnnes will hav,. a f'lenian worthy of
his steel.
In the selection of Mr, Cowan the
Torj machine at Victoria is disabled,
If nol disjointed beyond repair, and
it will be Interesting to analyze the
speeches of Attorney-General Bowser
during the campaign and compare his
words now and those uttered with res',,vt to Mr. Cow.in in the campaign
of 1896. li will also ibe interesting to
note the manner in which Mr. Cowan
will accept service from Mr. Bowser
in view of his estimate of his legal
brother during the memorable days
when the Tories were on the down
grade of defeat with uo brakes operating, lt will also be worth while watching the movements of Mr. R. F. Green,
the dictator of the machine at Victoria. There are so many elements
entering into the Tory side of the
light in Vancouver that Mr. cowan
will not only have to meet his political opponent, but. his weather eye will
have to ward off the thrust from he-
hind from those within his own camp.
While  McBride and    Bowser    may
have engineered  things  so that    Sir
Hlbbert  withdrew, in disgust, leaving
the field open  to them in  the future
as cabinet stock if the Tories should
be returned to power, they will hav.e,
should he be elected, a man far superior   iu   Intellectual   attainments,    and
empire  building qualities,  than  both
the    Premier    and    Attorney-General
combined, and  in the event    of   the
elect,,iate. at any time, endorsing Mr.
Cowan he would snuff out  anj
slble , hi .,, ���   either man e. ���:  had   of
going to  Ottawa  In  a   representative
capai.:  .    It looks like a live c, men d ,
fight   in  Vancouver.    There may
sibl    I -   mx candidates In the :K Id in |
er and, although In a coi
bat   kind the resull   is    rol lemati-
''.. Mclnnes should    win    bj
_   , I   ; ��� md majority.    He    Is a   -    ������:
aigner   nd loves to fight in  the
OJXMl.
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
On a tour of inspection of western
lines of the Cauadian Pacific railway,
R. B. Angus and Senator L. J.
Forget, of Montreal, directors of the
railway, will reach Vancouver on
Friday night at S:l_5 o'clock oil the
Bpecial train consisting of three
coaches. It is understood that Messrs.
Angus and Forget, are accompanied by
members of their families and by a
number of friends.
The trip to the coast has been undertaken for the purpose of gathering
information regarding tbe prospects
of the railway and the western country generally, and is one usually taken
annually by some ��f the directors of
the company just before the annual
meeting, which will occur during the
first week in October. Messrs. Angus
and Forget will remain on the coast (
for several days and will probably i
pay a visit to this city.
WILL OFFER BORDEN
SEAT FOR CARLETON
Ottawa. Sept. io.���The Conservatives of Carletou county will meet
here about Sept. -l and R. L. Borden,
leader of the opposition, can have re-;
nomination here if he so desires. He
has already accepted nomination for'
his old seat in Halifax.
Should he decline Garleton there
will probably he a contest for the]
seat between the old member, Edward]
Kidd. who made way for Borden when
'he latter was defeated in Halifax in
the general election, and Di. Graves,
of Carp, and Clarke Craig, of Ottawa.
Warned Against C. P. R.
London, Sept. 10.���.A.t a meeting of
the Trades Union congress, J. J.
Creamer. United States, warned British engineers against the Canadian
Pacific railway overtures. The conference had previously expressed
strong disapproval of the action of
British workmen in taking the- place
of Canadian workmen on strike.
City Bowling League.
There will be a meeting tonight at
the bowling parlors for the purpose of
forming a city league.    All lovers of
this sport are requested to be on '.-..:.
at 7:30 sharp. *���
Just a Few
.. OF ..
HORACE DORER'S
Big Auction Sale!
PRICES LOWER THAN
EVER!
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks,
Cut GlaSS, Etc.,   Regardless of Cost!
Two Big Sales Daily
2:30 and 7:30 p.m,
4 Elegant Presents given away free at each sale.
J. A. SINCLAIR, Auctioneer
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HORACE DORER, Jewelei
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DOES  THE  COLUMBIAN   SWALLOW .
We wonder whether the editor of
the Columbian really believes his re-
prtnt from the 'Ottawa Citizen" re
the Colchester election trial. Uu
sworn evidence two of the most prominent Conservative workers are implicated and alth ugh every device
known to the legal fraternity was
used by the defendant's counsel, Mr.
Ritchie, K.C., to keep their name-
covered, the names were sworn to by
i Conservative. The Columbian, alike
with other Tory journals, has been
referring to this Mi. Bayne ta an
American who jus: alighted in Co
cres '���: and out of pare philanthropic
started out to distribute his own
"Wealth, in currency and whisky. They
spoke early, because now, according
to the Ottawa "Citizen," he. was a disgruntled Liberal who wanted to get
even,    Here  again   they  were  ahead
of time, because it  has l n  proved
beyond question that the base of
supply to Bayne, Ross, Mackenzie,
and others, was Frank Stanfield. Better that the Tory journals accepted
the. evidence as sworn to and corroborated that the whole Conservative
machine in Colchester election was
rotten to the core, than try to evade
the responsibility or excuse the culprits. Better to face the scandal and
assist the Liberal administration to
bring Canadian public life up out of
the mire into which it fell at Colchester.
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PLEAlp
We're after the Shoe trade of every
man and every family that can
make it possible to come here to
buy. That our shoes are away
above the level of "just shoes," and
^^   r that our prices defy competition,
^^���MaaB^/ are facts that will assert themselves if you will but take the
trouble to investigate. If you would be interested
83 in seeing the best $3.50 or $5 Men's Shoes, the best Wl
S3 $3 and $3.50 Women's Shoes, the best $1.50, $1.75 M|
��J and $2 School Shoes���in fact, the best shoes any PI
stated price ever bought for any man, woman or j&
child, you can see them here. We are now talking \j
S Fall Shoes. Already we have unpacked several
js thousand dollars worth. Shoes have never been
Xj sold cheaper than we are selling them this fall;
S3 $3.50, $4.50 and $5 are the popular prices for Men's
S Shoes; and $3 to $4 for Ladies' fine fall Boots.
g Boys' and Girls' School Shoes command our special
;rf attention.
We've Shoes for Everybody
"Thirty feet to tne gulf-'
To Boycott Germany.
Tokyo,  Sept. io.��� Tne Chinese students of Tokyo have decided to boycott.  German  schools.     N'o reason    is
assigned for the action.
Insure your property in companies I
their losses promptly and in full.
lowing are copies of letters in respi      f the
two last claims made upon us, show,
our companies   pay promptly   ai      atis-
factorily :
��� ��� a
Burns iy Lake, Sept. 8,
Messrs. White, Shiles & Co.,
Xew Westminster, B. C.
Gentlemen,���1 beg to   acknowl
receipt of your cheque, J1800.0O,
full Battlement of my claim undei i i
Connecticut Fire Co'b policy upon
dwelling and contents, burned A i
26th.    Please   accept    my thanks
your  prompt   and satisfactory Bettle
ment of this claim.
Yours truly,
USgd.i OEORGE EVERY CLAYTON
N'-,-.  V.i. tm-as .    B.C., Aug. 21, 1!
Messrs, While s   lea & Co.
��� lent lemon,- I
ceived   your   chei
loss   by   flre   will
house, August 161
thanks for your promptness am
factory settlement of claim.
Respectfully yours,
A. HUDSON
ave   this   daj
��� In, settlemeni
occurred    in
Please accept nr
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JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
We represent the following old and
reliable companies:
HARTFORD, Assets  ^Mi'
CONNECTICUT, Assets         7       ,**
PHEN.X, Assets    .        ^i
Assets 13.016.911-"
rtN    Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B.C.
;�����    INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH  AMERICA,
|J;   THE   CALEDONIAN   OF   EDINBOROUGH,  SCOTLAND.
I White, Shiles & Co.
| 260   COLUMBIA   ST.
| New Westminster, B. C*
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T.   tl.   Smith Tin Casl Stores
OF
(This important event will
be heralded in this
afternoon
(This afternoon and to-morrow Saturday,
Sept. 12) we will have on display the
first showing of NEW FALL
MILLINERY
Owing to the unprecedented demand for FALL
(RATS, we have decided to have a special display on
tth.    ites above mentioned.
' ��� extend a hearty invitation to all the ladies of
W< stminster and surrounding districts to inspect our
early display.
H. S
ITH
HOME OF THE
HAT BEAUTIFUL
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'OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
*OST CARDS
���'������'���'������ NOW  ON BALE AT
JMOREY'8   STATIONERY   STORE.
|G   GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, and
^MACKENZIE'S DRUG  8TORE,
Westminster
ransf er Co
h 'Phone 18b.     Burn 'Phone 137
Columbia street.
HiRBage   delivered   promptly    t0
anv Part or the city.
to and Heavy Hauling
OPFICE-TRAM DEPOT.
[Newsome&Sons
Q'nfers ��"</ Decorator*
****** on AU Work Given
^"".Acenue
MevWtttminster
One Night Only
Thursday, Sept. 17
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Did You See
Mrs   V.    loh ,   .���   v',.,ln���,.i |
for To-,,,,,,     i   .     .  ,:,     ,,..,, tor
twent  -fl .... ,,,i    ;,    ,1,,
east.
For fi ���      las      ,   B . poi plants
or bouqm      ���      | rv.vis & Son,
I tlorisf- ;
di th.
i, otad lti ���       ���       ' - '.,,'   ii
in hand  ���     ibnti  '-    hi  i oum   I	
' cial positioi  "   p ope .   own
Mi.-- will be a    h
dene.   - .Irs. Cha                 in      91
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bath   rooi ���    le ���    closets   wood
she,:      '-���. ���    Btall   ce ��� 1age   hou��
fruit  tree, oi   ful   lol     Por fn ������! ���
, parti.:i -       LM EHghth j
street. "
M-a.  ,    . of thi  . \ ."..,,rain
,,, iii,  Transfi ;   town ftgfcrn. She I
hat  no    ���    ������  ��� '-���'���ni th* resnh
of   il,.    -    ��������� ���-. Ideti   in   which |
st,P wai imiiappHj involved    at Vic-1
to ���'������
The     , .   ���   ..      .      .  Mrs. Charles'
Brown, ��� .   fto. al Colum- |
: bian  hos ��� ������    *** ��� ��� aesdaj
takes ���    ���      ���    .,'���,.',".'���'
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yesterday after   ta<
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' ciulving  relief was disci
tlon ��ni be taken al on. ���
Columbian collegi   ������
p-desday, Sept, 15. Glassi
��� ���.....    v ���     egl i at th
llvilllliisi-'l'l'      ���
al public will open al thi   i .ttv
ri, i., ��� j good for thi     "��� ""*"
, eai  maj  be obtained al  thi   i bargre
of .'��� each.
Two Scandinavians discovered by
the citv police in ftb Indian eneauip
Itnenl near the F*rAei.r rlvei bridge
..-t-M-day afternoon Were attested tot
B hi each of the lii'li-in protection act.
[The men will be ftitea a pretlmlrtatf*y
hearltti before tbe i","',p ninei-*11"'
this nioiniim. An Indian woman wa.
taken into custody al the same titne
as her two mate OOt&panions.
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LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C
Ooposlte  Lome Street.      Phone 73.
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SOLE AGENT   I
IN
New Westminster
FOR
Longines
Watch
Movement
W. C. Chamberlin
They Made tho Whole World Laugh,
Richards & Pringle's
FAMOUS
MINSTRELS
A Maelatorm ol Mirth and Melody.
Sweel Songa by Southern Blngera
Dexteroua Dancen by Dixieland Dudea
,\ Big Ehuemble of World's QmaXm*
C-onacdi:in^.
BIG   STREET   PARADE.
Price��-$1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c. Sua**
on Sale at Ryall's.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters
Family trade a apacialty.
Tal. 113. Offlc.   Eiqht ��tr��et
NEW   WE3TMIN9TER.   S-   *
oui assort menl of Japani ������
china today ? If noi you mlas
,,,i ,i treat, aa ll la the mosl
I, ,n 1 .,,in,'.  thing of  tlw    kind
evei Imported Into Ne* Waal
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i i ii the thing   for   Ohrlal
iii.m preaenta.   Bee it fttid be
convinced *
Our Special for today gives you 20
per cent of the regular prices on all
tinware.
Jhe Fair
240 i ,i'im..in Street
Ne-jv  Westminster.
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Saturday   Special���97piece   Mycaaa
Dinner Set for $9.75.
"We buy for cash and aell for ,n0
same."
Nol  lliado to pWse the pyp. bill to
��� ��� tbe plUate    the    B- 8." ahd
Old aporf Ciears.
i ,,. tttfteral of the l*'''-* Oebrfe t'o'
' ,i   ,-* MiUBtde, tOOh ttllMSe yestor^n
,     noon iiiuier the aMpleea of   the
local  Kiilalits   of Pythlae,    iBcettfled
having been a member ol the Belling
i,,,,, wdge of that order.   The [um ral
toe was eonilur.tPil by Rev. Dr. t.
'     -Haw  Taylor,  prelate    of    (iranl'ej
lodge,   The pall beareiR, all members|
of the ordpr, were (leoraf AdaiiH.  D
I.',,*, man,  B    U.   Tlily,   F.   Morrison.
11    Walket and  T. Hemhrnugh.    Th-'
funeral arrangements were conducted
,\ W. & Fales.
The difficulty of securing prompi
and efficient long distance telephone
connection with outside cities, and
particularly with Vancouver, is still
as pTononnced as ever. While complaints have been made daily against
the long and inexplicable delays, an
experience suffered by a prominent
merchant this, week pretty nearly
caps the record. Desiring to send
some gooda north, he attempted to
telephone to the shipping agent early
In the afternoon, but although he exhausted his patience tor over an hour
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THIS 19 THE WA.   I  MAKE PEOPLE HAPPY  EVERY DAY,
NOT ONLY WHEN 1  PLACE THEIR  INSURANCE   AND   SAVE
THEM REAL DOLLARS, BUT ALSO BY THE PROMPT MANNER
IN  WHICH  THE  COMPANIES   I REPRESENT   SETTLE   WHEN
L09SES  OCCUR,  WHICH  IS FROM ONE TO FOURTEEN DAYS
,'        FOR   THE   LARQE9T  CLA1M8.
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ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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LICENSES ISSUED IN    |
CHILLIWACK CITY
Supporters of "Wet" Town
Successful After a Long
Struggle-To Be Tested.
The burning qestlon whether tho
:i' -.. city of Chilliwack shall be ;i
"dry"  or a  "wet"  town  was Battled,
. far as license commissioners are
concerned, al a meeting yesterday afternoon when licenses to sell liquor
were granted to I), s. Dun'das for the
I*,,nun,-rrial hotel, an,I .1. McLennan
of the Empres hotel.
Chilliwack municipality was a temperance district for years, bul when
l ,.. town, which is the centre of the
���. illey, was Incorporated a few months
ago an agitation was started in favor
Of   liquor   licenses   for   the  hotels.
The license commissioners, who are
Mayor S. Cawley, James .Miinroe and
William ���Rounafell, arrived at their
decision after a prolonged session
lasting from morning till late In the
afternoon.
The temperance organizations have
ilready stated their intention of fighting the (niestioii oui  in the courts.
CENTS A BAR
The best Laundry loap
Sunlight Soap
Liberal Convention
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
Choice Meats at
entral Meat Market
ssViJiSSufc
Canadian Pacific r.
���rlt*��h Columbia
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Homestead   Regulations.
Tirvtt
SKAGWAY r-
table
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Boy
of Twelve Is
Jailed for Two
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Years
Edmonton, Sept. LO.���A twelve year
old lad, who does no! look tq be much
oider thnn ten, is the latest, addition
to the prisoners at the .\lbcrta penitentiary. This is Fred Burke, a Regina youth, who has been sentenced to
two years in the Alberta penitentiary
for stealing some articles from a Regina store. His companions were allowed to go On suspended sentence by
the. magistrate. The boy states that
he took some goods from the store of
the McCarthy Supply company ami his
lather took him to the police station
as soon as he .became aware of the
occurrence, and he was sentenced to
two years' imprisonment, with the
convicts from all parts of the west, in
the Alberta penitentiary,
A Convention will be held at New
Westminster,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 30, 1908,
(the second day of the Provincial Fair),
in the Hardman Hall, at 2 p. m., for the purpose
of nominating a candidate in the interests of the
Liberal party.
Primary meetings are to be held between the
22nd and 30th of September.
Each district association is entitled to asend
one delegate for every fifty voters.
Credentials to be signed by the president and
secretary of the different district associations, or
the chairman and secretary of primary meetings.
I
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J. W. MacDonald, President,
W. J. Cunningham, Secretary.
New Westminster Liberal Association.
J
UONUS RATS  RELEASED
TO  STIMULATE ZEAL
AD Iron Wringers
San  Francisco,  Sept.   10,���In order
to stimulate the /.<al of these who are
engaged  in  ridding the city    ol    rats,
and to prevent the possible recurrence]
of casrs of     ii'onic    plague, twelve I
rats,   eacb   bearing   a   tag    Inscribed
with a  private   marl.,    were   turned
loose at three o'clock yesterday afternoon, om- in each  of tin   sanitary dis-1
tricts.    For the return of each rat so
tagged tu thi   office of   the   sanitary
bureau a reward of J,",'1 will be paid.
'.::   regular  sanitary .inspector bringing in one of the marked rodents will,
.   promoted in addition to in ing paid
the reward.
The lelea.-v and recapture of the |
n ts Is expected to aid the authorities'
in determining the direction in which
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the animals migrate through the city,  j*.***TT'***T**���T       ���     |"     ,.T7 ^^~^^^^^^T    ^ ^ T *
to' -���-*��������������������� �������� -.;���$
Wiih guarantee rollers made of the highest grade Para rubber.
We have the wood frames with enclosed cogs. In washing machines
we have the Knall, Paragon, 20;h Century, Reacting, and other
makes.   Call and see our lines.
T.  J.  Trapp  & Co,,  Limited
INSPECTOR JARViS  RETURNS
FROM   HER3CHELL   ISLAND
1 Schools Have Opened
t. monton, Sepi    10,    Inspector Jar-  ���"�� '��l
M   G., of the '*������ NT. W.  P., re-[���,;;, Boys and girls  are hard at work, and  should have    the    be '   X3
rom  !e   ichel  Island, In   the a' v$
.  ..   icean, yesterday, and leaves for l| material for their work.   MacKay's book store is always the   l���   I     *
���      '     :"'      "!""-   "    ReSlna     Hfl   place to gel it.
i a ioui   .,   ! ear and a  hall' *���'.���-
,   to :ii.. three years,   Mo reason is
.. . ��� n for his retui n.
Sergt, Pltzgi raid   Is  l< fi   In   ch u'i i
of thi   i oi i  ai   Herschell,  with  three
nn   men   under   bim,     In ipector
whose   home   is   in   Toronto, I _��� ,t ...
lei ,��� - on a six months' trip to Eng- ���     f.Dokseller.S
land.   Ill he,,lib la said to be the cans
��� :  his premature  return.
J. J. MacKay & Co. 1
Stationers
News Dealers
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4���y even numbered section of Do-     ���   too ,,  �����      1
in   Manitoba,   Saskakh-   ���""    ten   ��� ������"".J
 ,.��,.,���i ���.,-. vANr.ouv.: .:..1'aa* 2;    I
i'and' Ai-ei'ia, excepting 8 ami 26, | VANCOUVER
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ne homesteaded by
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Corner  Fighth  St.  ana    Fifth  Avenue
PHONE  ......
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietor*
NOTICE
. rBOn who Is tlie sole head oi a
fan , ,, ..;., male over IS years Of |6
''_'. ',. the extent oi one-tiuarU'i- sec-
acres, more or less.
tlon for entry must be
mg(]( . , (son by the applicant at
Dominion Lands .-\goucy or sub-
the district in which the
laud is situate. Entry by prosy may,
j,0Wever, be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, moth
p.m., li
ROUTE.
' !' "' Va
except ,
VAN-JOUVER..V,CT0F. A
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,  t aon, di lighter, brother or sister of j foi. s,..,;;
Princess Victoria ieave
daily ex,-, | ' ;^����
S"'a""'1 ; atiD1'_.
Princes.   :. '.^%.
cept Wi        . ���"���'"na
VANCOUVER- SEATTLP
Steame,.  w^ ^ Jj| I
a.m. dally, exi i
1  wiUoJ
')n Sunda
���> Vancouver s1^
Having been crowded out of business, 1 offer for sale my whole stock
and equipments, Cameras 11-14 and
8-10, Stamps, a��d two view 5-7 and
11-11; Lenses Voightlander 14-17 and
half, Darlot 8-10 and Derogee 8-10,
iack and head grounds, mounts, ftir-
niture, stoves, burnisher, trays, flash
etc.
Trail, i-  v.-ill  ieave y
an intending  boniesteadfir,
���me homesteader is rojuired to per-   R|  Seatt,( .^
form the homestead duties under one   WESTMINSTER.victoria
ol the following plans- as   T,,,,i,��� ml��� A ^
(l) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
i .      year  for three years.
Ui a Homesteader may, if he fo
dssireB, perform the required resilience  duties   by   living  on     farming
New Westmlnste
^^^   tctoria i
r ��v��ry Tuesdav
��r cm
Leaves New Westminster
nes day.    ^^^^^^^^^^^
WEST   COAST   Route
SS  Teei
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st,Ja,]
 land owned   solely   bv   hlm.   not less
lamps, etc. 	
of    Picture     Frames    .and     amateur   ,lle  vicinity of his homestead.    Joint. If *' W��
.a.     *���* eatn  iiiomii i,,f UKUgin,.
mounts.     Photos   one-quarter   off   for   _,��_i__r. i���   n,..,i   will  nni  meet  this, ^      "�����
balance of this month.
for  ownership  in  land  will  not  meet this   """,-    . '     '^U.
reijuiremeut. !��____.._  "��AUciieJ
CORNISH'S STrnio.
Quatsino, (:,, i Sei tl and n
VANCOUVEK-NANAIM0
City Voters' List
Notice is hereby    given    lhat    the
Cl)    if tbe father (or mother, if th_
father is deceased) of a homesteader
nas permanent residence on fanning
land owned  solely  by  him,  not  less
than  eignty  (80)   acres  in  extent,  iu
the "Iclnlty of the homestead, or up- ,
on a homestead entered for by him
voters' list for the year 1908 bas been \n the vicinity, such homesteader may
completed, and that the same may be perform his own residence duties by
seen at i,lis office for thirty days lWjug witb the father (or mother),
from tlie date hereof; and any person (4) Tne term "vicinity" in the two
who   shall  claim to be added   to the  preceding   paragraphs  is   defined    as'
said  Voters' List, or any elector who  meaning not more tl*an nine miles in ' arrives Victoria 'j p  m.
shall desire to have any name erased   a  direct  line,  exclusive  of the width   RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, ll��j
therefrom, must prefer his   or her re-  of road  allowances crossed    In    the i
quest   in  writing,  signed   with  iiis  or  measurement.
her name, and shall deliver or cause (5) A homesteader intending to
same io he delivered, to th" Citv C'-erk perform his residence duties in ac-
within  the time hereinbefore    speci-  cordance with the above while living land Interim Hate points ReUnhi
with parents or on farming land own- Vancouver Sunday afternoon;VW
ed  by himself must notify the agent   Monday morning, via L       .-_
for the district of such  intention. NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE,
Six months' notice In writing must \ S.S. Amur.
be given to the Commissioner of Do-j    Leaves Va:: In i an!
minion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention  every month al  ��� p.m.
to apply for patent l'_* river.
W.  W. CORY. Beaver-
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior. ,     From   New   Westminster MM
Wednesday and Friday.
porn
<_ ��.  , R0UTt'
o. a. Jean
Leaves   Van,.  ....   |   ,, .,. ^
lexcepl   Bunday,    Leave, n.,;.^.
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO. .   NAtjMW|
COMOX-UNiON    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo,
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7u��i
rives Nanaimo 4 p.m,
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday! J
__________________________________ ETC'
S. S. Queen City,
Trom Victoria 8 ; ,m, every
(l,i;.. form Vancouver 10am.!
Bed.
W. A. DUNCAN'.
City Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, City  Hall, New
Westminster, Sept. i, 1908.
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Tenders
NOTICE   TO   PLUMBERS.
Tenders Wanted
N.   B.��� Unautnortzea  publication uf
_^^^^_^^^^_^_^^^^^^_^^_|j this   advertisement   will   not   I   xiid
for.
Tenders  are  called  for the  plumb-   __________________     	
ing of  the  new    Wesl     End    school
'house.       Plans     and     specifications,    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
can    be    seen    at    the    City    Hall. 	
Tenders  must   be  made on   form  sup-.     Public lenders are requested for the
plied and as noted on specifications.  Westend school.    Plans .aid specifica-
A cheque for 10 per cent, of value of tions can be Been at the   City    Hall. I
eontracl  musl  accompany tender, tbe Tenders must be made on form Bup-
same to be forfeited  if contractor re-  plied and as noted   on   specifications.
fuses to acci pi contract. Tenders must.  A cheque for Hi per cent, of value of
be in the hands of the Becretarj   of eontracl  musl accompany tender, th
the school hoard not later than twleve  same to be forfeited if contractor n
noon. Monday -1st of September, 1908.  fuses to accept contract. Tenders must
Lowest or any t> nder nol  necessarily   !,�� in  the hands of the secretary of
accepted. the school board not later than twelve
ROBERT LENNIE, noon, Friday, llth of September, 1908,
Secretary.     "Lowest or any tender not necessarily
From Chilliwa. ��� T     li
and Saturday.
For   reserva"     i   aud  umram
call or nddre.-
ED OOtlLET,
AKet!',   ''"����� V.   ���������:.-1
__��st.  Oen
t.   '  COYLK
p,--       -.- ','     ie. |
j. W  TROUP,
General  _*'i: ���      '���' lent   vl<"nrtV���
Week - End  Excursion
TO
CHILLIWACK
acci : ti i.
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretary.
Maii Service
C. P. R ':-J~ i: '-"I
Dispatched  by  C
a.m.;  clo ���   I
Sumas and Si i
via Hunt!
.   **'*i*|
S.S.   RAMONA
I will make special trip   on Saturday,
Sept.   1-.   for  Chilliwack Races,   leav-
CAMADIAN    .1RTHERN
TO   OPEN   NEW   LINE
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
Regina. Sep:. 10���President William1*    have for tl
Mackenzie, of the C, N. if., yesterday]
-:.. - .', thai   : be  new  line  v, is|  of Cal-   J
gar)   would   l,e   pushed  as    : oon    as!
pra ��� .cal.    ll   will  Man from  Regina,
, ut a branch line north will be usij
for flfty miies when a cut oft to Cal   J
will take  place.    This is  being '
done to solve the question of ontrance
tp Regina.
The Regina-Brandon Hue will be
opened inside of two weeks and a
passenger service commenced at once.
It is Intended that trains shall run
through from Winnipeg .to Prince
Allert over this new road.
ie coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, but start your orchard right, by buying trom A
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation, as
well as getting acclimated tre<-s. We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
can handle your order, no matter what the size, If we have no
agenl in your locality, write lo us at llurnahy Lake fop prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.   !
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ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
lng B. C, K. Ry. wharf ai 6:30 a.m.;
returning leave chilliwack on Sunday,
Sept, 13, al 7 a.m.
Chilliwack Will be reached about
12:30, giving visitors ample time to
see this famous valh'.v iu its very
busiest.
Fare for  round  trip $2.50.
ciiiiiiwa.u freight onlj ��iil   be ac
cepted  on   this   trip   nol   later   than  i",
p.m. on 11iii Inst,
R, WHITMORE, Bei retai y.
"The Milwaukee5'
'The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in thr service on any
railroad in thc world that equal in
equipment that of tlie Chicago, Milwaukee 9t St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own slcepint.
and i'ini'i'7 -;rs nn alll their trains and
give .r\i _. troiis an excllence ol
servi.i .l_.  . btainable elsewhere.
.-i. .-. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third Sl��. ror \',rir,   t"*���_-t.��nd. Or
Van. ouver.   B   ''
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Light Trains Every Dav in the Ye_t
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Till.-: TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best idea?
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;- the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. Ihe equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library  and   smoking  cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further  information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. W��sh
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THE      DAILv      NEWS     i
If You've LOST Anything. 1
Trade Marks
Designs
^^^^^^^^      CCPYFtlCHTS Ac.
AnTono K.ndlnjf n pkr-t. li find description may
quickly a-certaln cur 1,pinion fru
Invention is protmMy iiiuciiinhli.
tirniB st rlctly ponHdcnt Ini
eent li-pe. '"-.--*
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oilier ��i,
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THE     DAILY      NEW8
FOR BIG j.T'Sn_TS.
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���.���tlypnnBdpiiilnl   HANDBOOK on I'kk.i
. Oldest Bgenoy for seourtng patent*
I taken t_riiin.1i Munn & Co. reto
iperuu notut, without clinrgo, lu tUa
SrtMiflfic flwrican.
A hsr.diH.niely Ulum.rHl.nl wuvnly.   tamest tir-
culati,,!, -it any SOtonUflo ,1���urniil.    '���,��������� '��� ���"..
#,..,,.,1,1  _n_?.r. fa v*,.i,r. 1,,,. .;,.,���.. ,.. .-.      ��� ..'?���-
Snail*, fl.78 a'year, pohtaj
all neWHdunit'rs.
Umi-'-i) taioe, SID f bt,, \vk
���i-Bio?'. E, u
dally.
Mlllt-hie  No.   1,   daily
day;   Sapperton   No,  I, fa    ''���*���
Sunday.    .Mails received il
Dispatched by B. C. Electric r_Mj
Co., G:_u a,m.
Vancouver, No,   I, dallyexci m
j days.   Return ma        :.��iiti>*i
Vanoouver,   N��   3.  and V>m
j Lake;  clOBi 1
cept Sunday
at 6:81 p.m.
I Dispatched hy C. P. '���'������ train atlffl
p.m., mall 1 lo ���     ' ;,: r .",
Calgary and Vani     "     '    '"
P. J{. first mall). Ret trn mail we���,
at 10::i0 a.m.
c p. it. no. 2,1 ';
,of Lytton, exci
! Harrison    Hot    Sprli      ���      J
Junction, Lytton, P
Haney going on -
Sapperton, No. 2; M'"8"
Coquitlam. dailj except Suni
turn mall receive: ftl '"
Dispatched by i ���     " J
Tlmberland, SI !,;", ���.
days and Frldaj
ceivi d Tuesdaj r  ^  j
All down river poll    ��� ���   ' '
except Sunbury. JM
Sunburry,     M - u
and Fridays;  leave   11 iim-
Dispatched by carrier, i-13 ��'    .
Dispatched by O.N. Pj-ier. 4�� ^
To southern    polntu,   dall
Sunday.    Return mail H !'��� * .,t/.
Clayton,   Tin   da:     and  '   ^
Mondays, Wednosd       '"������ **   ^
Tynehead,     Wednes.Uys an��
.lays.    Return  mall  received M
and Fridays. tiSa.*1
Dispatched by C.VIt. tram.' ' ^
Cloverdale, Nl 'inekl. 1""^.
Hazelmere, Hall's Pralr. .
cord, Blaine nnd Seattle (^ ^
iu Wsshington and soittn, -^ f),
points in easti rn states), lv(j
cent Sunday. Return '^fi**4
at 8.30 P.m. Bonar-d w�� ,
and Saturdays. * ���   SEPTEMBER 11, 1908-
*>
TIIE DA1L\
PAGE SEVEN
ales of Lands for Delinquent Taxes in  the
Municipality of Burnaby, Province of B. C.
3 Thomas Saunders, Co.lector ot the Municipality of the Township or Dist
ni to the Municipal Clauses Act, 1906, and amendments ther,:.,   .
...
.   . ���"-
at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon at the Minn-    ���
li: - 0ffer for sale at Public Auction the lands and real property ol
-
.,   amount due is not sooner paid.
. LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.
irnaby,   hereby
the 12th day
���nis   Station,
Iff--
, .ale,
... delinquent taxes unpaid by the said persons on the 31st da.-,
expenses including the Collector's commission of _ per cent, and i
::
the list herein-
:. and (or the
I   , Ivertlslng the
._���>* ���
NAMES
. iF
ASSESSED PERSONS.
11.
,.   Estate
|i ,; ������ *reiice
id, Charles
i   Bool i, Frank ������������
I   -.. [dl . Wm
I
I
���:   P	
1 i*    *'    	
P   	
D   C	
j...   Estate  ..
ink   	
;    Ellon ���'	
,\ llliam, and
and David
n   :   it.  	
:   u	
P. J    	
I T.   P	
.- liter 	
Catherine.   F	
���;   .. 'ii. John  	
y, Miry, E	
.Mary.  K	
i',.   B	
0    B	
ies R  and Walt
. W. J. R	
C. C	
v..    ���  . Lionel, H	
Georgi   	
.,   Uec and Nell
.   '.Ill 	
J, dm    	
Pad   i Cta   Co.
Pacific Clay Co.
ng, J. C	
J. C	
' o      J. C	
��� un,   Mary,
|< tarn, Mary.
lillc    D nlel   K. .. ���
���  ;:-;.,     K_-t.il
tt, Mrs. VV. J.
M   .        ���    W. G.  ..
r.   ...
i ,��� -   i*.   ...
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY.
Province Ot British Columbia, District
of New Westminster, Group One.
Estate
Estate
1
. C. .
3   C.
c
.   ''
L C	
���
District
Lot.
39 |
53 |
53       j
53 I
lo5a
159
loll
I -V.i
l'.i
175       |
29       |
29 ;
I
J a
30 |
i
86
91   So : h
91 Cent ral.
93
93
��� ���     ���!   SoiUh
��� ���   14 Soul
��� ���   95 North   |
... i        96
97
97
98
-.t.
I
i
��� ���     13. &   13 j
��� ���     12 &  13
��� ���   ;    North
���   13 North   |
��� ���13 North
��� ��� 28 South
.-28 S .Th
..   28 South
28 South
-   :- mth
28 South
28 Central
28 Central
��� ���   28 Centra
��� ���   j- Ceni
���   2S Central
28 Cen
��� ���  -j-a Cenl
��� ���   . Cen : ,,
��� ���   ��8 Cei trai
..   .- Ce
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��� ���  28 No    i
��� ������_..     b
o
5
L.
L
6
12
13
21
A.
A.
Subdivision.
Part  1   lot  1 i
Part   I  lot 20
|1 to Hi (inclusive)
jl to 14 (Inclusive)
JEW. - and lot 3
EV4  live  acres of
|26
Ot    _.<���.   Of   Si
1   12 :,������_-  ���
;- I
mg,   Harriett   1	
Welsh Harry
Ralph J	
lamos; Welsh. Harry
; Ralph .1	
.  Welsh, Harry
Ralph .1	
'-< Joseph  	
ilcD        ���!    .1    s	
'���'   B   :     : Ige    W.   V	
,;'> Mi K . hnie, Dr L. N	
:    oop,     v..    .i	
"���      a, Lawrence  	
Wm. G. ll	
''   ���   .    Wm G. H	
Wm c,  u	
���    ���'. iu (l. li	
I   Win  ii. h J      100
Wn   i;   ll	
Todd   Win. Q. H	
Ill
15
15
16
19
20
2:;
2s
1
11
(9
6
I
3
tl
1
1
1
2
I
fi
1
10
1"
I I
15
16
16
19
20
21
12
.1
W pari N ten. a   ea
ll io  16  (Inclusive)
i
|N V4
I
[Undivided 1-8 Inte'sl '
|Ondlvided 1-8 Inte'sl
i
I
Roadway
Being D   L. 12
19, 20 and
128 and 2'.*
|30 to   _
110 and
I  line' i Ive)
11
"
5
29, 30 and
33 and  ��� I
1 to IT (Inclusive)
I to 5 I inclusive i
18 to 34 (inclusive
I  to -J  (In luslve)
1  to  22   (In duslve)
l to IT i nc : ���
90 North
90 North
B0 North
81"
31
ll
59
100
100
100
100
.;   ...,:���;
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inte
na.ap642
1 to I" 'ind map642
I    'i to 11 (ine) m ,."���!_
n   Edward 	
'.ni. Edward  	
ann, Edward 	
inn, Edward	
ni   Edward 	
inn,  Edward   	
iann, Edward 	
r.   ii	
M' lv chnle   Dr. L. N	
E   J, and DOUglai E.
on   James
���'!::,.    W . ,.
Katharine!    Estate
1     Katherine,     Estate
"      '"'������ Katherine,    Estate
100
100
101
101
101
101
101
101
101
181
186
no
32
32
81
82
82
59
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2.38
2.69
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2.02
2.46
2. Hi
2107|
2.1'',,
2.18
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2.84
2.24
:. 67
3.67
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2.43
2.13
2 17
2 IT,
2.08
2.06
2 . I ���*,
2.20
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2  20
2 0
2.01
2 I '
2.01
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2.50
2.70
2.70
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2.12,
1.55
2.22,
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2.30;
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5.60
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3.61
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6.31
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10.231
2.5V
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13.17
2.65|
13 171
2.65|
c.
3.45
10.20
18.35
3.50
IS.78
7.02
4.88
jr
GILLETTS
ABSOLUTELY PURE
CREAN
TARTAR.
Marly *]\ joojj *B thia line at tht
praser.: I ~e ar* adultara-.ed and in
/act unfit ti us*.
OILLETT'S is _t_d by tha b*tt r.alrcr.. aad
caterera *v*rywher*.
��['US_     SuaSTlTUITCS.
GILLETT $ costs no more than th* mftrior
adulterated goods.
bcuse   substitute*.
C.W.GILLETT^r^
TORONTO.OMT.
STREET TETTER BOXES
COMPLETION OF G. T. P.
DEPENDS ON RETURN OF
Notice
No ren that tin Van-
i couu r Powi    compan;. Limited, ha
8-68  this   lay di I lu th      ... , Ri
trj  Offli     ,..:  the City ol  Sew   We i
min--. . .,.-!:   ,     ,!.. I      ��� i     pi in
and    ot  rei',".' nee o    the   V\
minsti    Ch     ���  - _ R i Iv a    Exten lo
from :,        .   .,: oi lota one and
two.  . icb  fo ir In  th    City  ol
Xew  V,, -:  .,-::-'   :. i,, A,i  0 .���!',,;.l pa
lng thro   - Muni Ipalities    of
Surrey, Delta,  Langley,  Matsqui  and
the  tov . if   Vbbotsford   in    the
Distrlcl        '.-���   Westminster, being
s, ctlo_l     '���       two   and    ''.;: ee   iif   Bald
rallwa i iwn on the said plan and
Tl  87
13.62
���_ t;.
3 50
31.64
3.74
3.74
9.60
9.60
10.08
16 59
T.01
2.52 approved and sanctioned by the Chlel
2 j Commission, r of Dan is and Works for
11.82
11.82
3.64
5.37
5.84
107.99
19.69
7.19
37.22
37.22
::2.0S
11.20
ISO
."..OS
5. To
4.00
3.35
6.32
6.28
11.18
6.28
2.65
2.31
2 92
2.60]
T.321
4.60
13.33
16.76j
16.76
t.he Province of British Columbia.
Date,' this 7th day of August. A. D.
1908:
A. E. DECK,
Solicitor  for the Vancouver Power
Conijifiir.   Limited,
Department oi Agriculture
Sale of Government Quarantine Steamer " Earl."
3.30
3.04
2.57
16.38
28.84
33.54
4.90
6.77
27.11
9.79
8.39
20.79
7.88
7.88
7.89
7.89
7.90
Tendi ra ire In. lti i fo the pur-
,-:, u e "t the ', ivernmenl Quarantine
Staami r "E iri," lying at thi Q iaran-
tine ���--���; iti i ���' William Head, British
Columbia.
i he -sal,, will be m ide I -
The higheBl or anj ti ndi i will not
nec< Bsarlly   b    ac< ������ te
8 aled tenders   ad In -    I    to    the
��� li   Bigned and   endorsi I   ' Tendi i ���
tor  Pun hi'-,' of Steamer "Earl," will
e M'ceived at thi3 office up to Tucs-
day the 15th September, 1908, al   12
o'clock  noon.
By order,
A. L. JARVIS, Secretary.
Department of Agriculture. Ottawa,
Tth August, 1908.
N.I..���Newspaners inserting this advertisement without authority from
the Department will not v��p paid for It.
Follow Lng la the comi -   -    Lis!
Btreel letter boxi b, togi thei with I
.   . and 1.11 lislgna
it"\ No. Situation.
1���Eighth a ,- d   1    ��� ��� .        St
.    Eighth Ave. and Eighth St.
Sevenlb A\e. an I  Fourth St
,   Sixth Vve, and   1 bird St.
Sixth A,,-. .,n i Sixth SI
1     Sixth Ave. and Ninth Si.
T   Sixth  Ave. and Twelfth 8
8 Sixth  Am',  and  Fourteenth St.
9 Fifth   Vve   and  Fourteenth St.
lu   Fourth Ave. aud Twelfth St,
11 Fourth Avenue and Tenth St.
12 Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
13���Fourth  Ave.  and   Fourth St..
14���Fourth   Vve. and Second St
15���Third  Ave. and Second St
16���Queens Ave. and First St.
17���Queen . Ave. and Third St.
IS���Queens Ave. and Sixth St
19���Queens Ave. and Tenth St
20���Eighth St. and Toronto Place,
21���Hanlan aud Turner Sts.
22   Agne< and Tenth Sts
23���Agnes and Seventh Sts,
24 \gnes an 1 Fourth S
j:,   Amies an I Elliott Sts
26     \_mes  and  Dufferin  SI I.
2T   Columbia and Leopold Sts.
25 Greal   Northern  Rallwaj   31 ' 01
29    Columbia and  Elliott  SI -
1    Columbia and  Fourth SI -
31 Columbia and Alexander Sts
32 Columbia and Tenth Sts
13   C   P. R. Station, Front St
:t    Front  and McKenzie Sts.
36   Front and Lytton Square.
16 Front St.. Schaake Building.
17 Brunette and Keary Sts.
18 Columbia and Keary Sts.
19 Columbia .and Distillery Road,
in   Eighth Ave   and  Richmond St.
11���Richmond and Keary Sts.
12   Columbia and Alberta Sts.
I:   Junction Columbia and Front S*8,1 extended
' service,
lilt LIBERALS TO P0WF.R
atlnued from Page Two.)
nestead entrii.   was 2000;   las
year ll was  :;;:. 1.    tn other words.
>'ir times a- much expenditure
ounl 1 j  gatne I thirteen times as
manj immigrants and seventeen times
:e- man)   homesteaders.
What wus the result, of 'his development Of the Xortiiwe.t on British'
Columbia .' Surelj nobodj could say
that without the creation of markets
in Alberta and Saskatchewan our industries would have had aay measure
of development
The government had created a rallwaj commission���a conn, of supreme
I importance���through   which  it  exercised control over the railways o�� this
j country. Through this body the farmer
'and Shipper  ould  obtain  justice  and
the public Interesl wag In everj  Waj
protected    Lasl session the power- of
the commission were extended io Include telephones and telegraphs, and
in consequence ol the increasing
ume of Ita work Ii was decided to ap
. oin  three more  commissioners.
The government had grained bounties to encourage the development of
the iron. Bteel and lead Industries.
. Last year the unexpended portion of
the amount provided some years ago
for leaii, Iwunt.. purposes, waa revoted
and the result was plainly evident in
the activity of the lead mines of this
, province. These things could not he
attacked bj the Conservatives; thej
preferred to talk scandal.
Civil service reform had heen Instituted competitive examination being
j the test for appointment to the inside
��� service of the government This was
! an excellent reform and he felt cer-
j tain that the act would be gradually
is   to   include   the    outside
OPERA   HOUSE BOOKINGS.
Sept.  IT-  Rh ii ird    ,V    !''-::: ::������  .Minstrels.
Sept. 19   P v Clay's Co.
S,",,'.  21,    .lose.
23.���A  Hood  Fellow.
Sepi 25.���Isle of Spice.
Oct. 8.���Knight   tor a Dae
Oct. 11    Flaming Arrow,
Oct. 15.���Honeymoonors.
Oct IO.-The  .led'  :   on   ;' '   -
Oct. 27.���Holy   City,
Oct. 29.���Just  Out  of Colleg 1.
Nov. I.Too Proud to Beg
Nov. Id.���Montana   Limited.
Nov. is.���nip Hip Hooray.
Nov. 20.���Willard   Mark.
Nov. 20���The New Dominion.
Dec. 1.  -Fun on  Broadwaj
1  2.���The Lion and the Mouse.
Dec. 3.���Little Johnny Jones.
! ������,-. 9,���Arizona.
Dec. 16.���Why Girls Leave Home,
Dec. 21.���50   Miles  From   Boston.
lie,-. 24.- Babes   In Toyland.
Dec. 25.���Sandy  Bottom.
Dec. 29. -The  Greal  Divide.
Dec 30.���Florence Roberts,
jan, 5.���Her  First  False  Step.
Jan. il.���Shore Acres.
Jan. 15.- Theodore Lorch.
Jan 28.���Devils   Auction.
Jan. 29.���San  Antonio.
MAIL CONTRACT
Feb. 13.���Jane Eyre.
SUBSCRIPTIONS  COMING  IN
FOR FRASER CENTENNIAL
SEALED TENDERS    addressed    to
! the   Postmaster-General,   will   be   re-
, 1 ivi d at Ottawa until noon on Friday.
, the Second October, for the collection
I of letters on a proposed contract,    for
tour years, from the proposed  Street
Letter Boxes in the City of New Westminster,   from   the   Postmaster-Gen-
. . ���-  eral s pleasure.
36.2a      ,, ,   .   ,
1    Printed notices
7.71
7.70
7 69
7.89
7.69
T 69
T. 36
io. or.
92.60 I
7.00
12. Tl
14.73
15.82
16.82
containing further
Information as 10 conditions of pro-
po ed Contract may be seen and blank
forms of Tender may be obtained at
Posl Offices of New Westminster   and
Sapperton and at the   office   ot   the
Post  Office Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Poet Office Inspector.
Pout Office Inspector's Office, Vancouver,  B.C.,  21st August,  1908.
Dati 1
at Rurnaby, B. C, this li  h Day of August, 1901.
C. T. SAUNDERS,
Collector of the Municipality of Burna
by.
��� CRAKE
English Watchmaker
po do
on ft
*���<��"  Geo. Adam., Crocmt
^.^'"Watcnea
from |12.7Sup.
�����s   Silver   Watch-
J. TRAVERS SSSffif��-."' A.-V1=L T_TU��,
������ "L*J'u"n ' 0i)posite Court Houae. New Westmin-
open
nntle:
"������ 66.00!'
���*��� 17*0 nn      Bt  VVa",h'=��.   doiiM- ;
gent t0r .}-
^CttS  '?, tne   Welhnan,
***> Je*iiry. 0lCii K0 1
Ali business In this line guaranteed.  ttgt.    Phon* 143.
Phone A 243. "~
Auction sale every Friday mommy
on the Market square.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barrt*
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia atreet, New Westminster.
W   I. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
pr
Al.VERTlSP       *���
��� IN  ���
Mt      DAILY       NEW3
FOR QUICK aSTTJBH*.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE, BARRM-
tura. solicitors, etc.   Offleii, Ntw
: ers, solicitors, etc,
Westminster,   Trapp   Block,
Clarkson and !/>����� rtf��s)tt.
comet
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business center* of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC tod the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Abo to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via ^Niagara Falls.
For Tim�� Tables, etc.. adflreas
oeo. w. vaux.
Assistant Gen'l Passensar and Ticket
Agent. 136 Adams St. Chicago. Ill
Tiie following donations have heen
received so far towards the dollar
aubscrlption collection tor the Simon
Krar-cr centennial fund. The n. vvb
will acknowledge any sent to Exhibition Manager, care of City Hall, and
a separate account will he opened at
one of the banks, Donations wlll be
welcome nt once as the monument Is
already ordered.
Duke of Norfolk  	
MtSS Fraser 1 Hamilton)  	
It. E. I'.esnell  	
E. S, Peters (Eraser Lake) .
\   1;. McKay 	
W, 11   Keary 	
c. a. Praier 	
Simon Fraser  ���
judge Howay  	
Mrs.  Howay	
A  w. McLeod	
11. l. Edmonds 	
W. ���'   Whiteside	
$9.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
.  1.00
.  1.00
. 1.00
. 1.00
. 1.00
. 1.00
.  1.00
I
Bargains
Every Day
At Morey3s
40 piece Tea Sets, English China, $4.50 to $20.00.
10 piece Toilet Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.        ���
NEW things in China arriving
every week now.
mme and see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Str���t
The minister then devoted some
lime to an acounl of what had been
done for this porvince by the Liberal
government, in public workB, railway
subsidies and aids to navigation the
Laurier government had done more
in ten ye-u-s than Conservative governments In treble that time. <m public
works in British Columbia the   Co'u-
rvatl* ���   government   expended   during  the  last  thv e   years  of Its  a 1-
j ministration.   $680,000,     In     the    IsbI
1 tin-, ���.' years  .up to 1907) ih., L) 1 ral
government   had   spent$l,531,000.
The average per year of the Con
I jervatlve expi ndlture on marine In
this province (for live years!, wa*
(68,000. The average per year of the
Liberal government was $232,000
neail. tour times as iinu-h The Conservatives DUllI one hatchery an I
spent an average of V.<""" per year
Itaklng Bve years) ou fisheries; the
Liberals built nine hatcheries and
spenl an average of $111.000 per y, ar.
Last year it had been hl| pleasure,
while acting minister of marine and
fisheries, to have constructed two
modern hatcheries at Smart and
Babine lakes. He had also been .able
to Inaugurate   B   system    of    wireless
telegraphy on this coast F.ve stations
were now In operation and four or five
merit were to be constructed. These
things the Conservative party was unable to attack, having no record of Its
own .along these lines its members
hail to talk scandal.
He favored large expenditures judiciously made. In Us last eleven years
of power the Conservative government spent $80,000,000 on permanent
works, but Increased ilie de.ht by $82,-
000,000, In the last eleven years the
Liberal government had spent $161,-
OOD.ODii on permanent works and only
Increased tiie debt by $18,000,000.
Hud It not been for the heavy outlay
on the Orand Trunk Pacific construction the debt would have been reduced.
The mini 0 ""rn spoke euloglstl-
cally of the Orand T ink Pacific pro-
ject. described the progress made on
its construction and said It would be
the finest transcontinental railway
when completed on the continent.
This was the Brand conception of Sir
Wilfrid Laurie* and he should be
permitted to complete the work. It
would he suicidal to entrust this project to the party which tried to
strangle It in its Infancy.
The minister then mentioned some
of the projects the government had In
view, referring particularly to the
Hudson Hay railway and the All-Red
route which would be another link ln
the unification of the empire. In closing he again remarked upon the attitude of opposition critics in taking
scandal and slinging mud Instead ot
dealing with the government's record
and policy upon their merits.
Chinese Immigrants.
Ottawa, Sept, 10���The total number of Chinese immigrants to annate
since April of last yeai1, was $676,
paying a total pollUx of $1,$$7,631.
During last fiscal yts* 11,481 enUre*.
Since April 1 tht Mtrtw totalled 10W.
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THE D ATI if STEWS.
FRI.. AY    SEPTc.
P. O. Box 471.       Tel. 53.       Res. 429
Estimates  Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   hence.,   Crest-
Ings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Tenders Wanted
RURAL COMEDY OCCUPIES
LOCAL STAGE WITH SUCCESS
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Office and Worki:
Tenth Street,  ���   New Westminster
Sejiarate tenders will be received
by thc undersigned up to the 21st
Inst, at noon, for the carpenter work.
plumbing and painting of new Fire
Hall, to be, built at the corner of
First   street  and  Fourth  avenue.
Plans und specifications can he ���'<-|1n
at  No.  1   Fire Hull.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall.  Sept. 10, 1908;
���Uncle    Josh     Perkins"     Pleases    by
Simple   Humor and  Pleasantries
cf Country Life.
"SLATER
SHOES"
Our fall stock of
Slater's Shoes
are here. We have them
in all widths, colors and
sizes. There isn't any foot
we can't fit, from size 5 to
size 14. Every pair has our
guarantee���money refunded if not satisfactory.
Remember, this is the
GENUINE Slater, we having the sole agency for this
city. Ask for it, insist on
having it, and take no other.
Sold only by
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
Genuine pleasure was enjoyed bj
the aiidienci at th_ opera house last
evening, when the rural comedy,
"Uncle .K.sli Perkins" was staged.
There was a good house, which full.
entered Into the spirit of the play.
The characters are not numerous, uu:
the story far fetched, hut the old subjects of the simple, honest farmer, and
the hobble-de-hoy hired man were
handled wiih unusual satisfaction, As
the title character VY. Milliken was
sympathetic, droll and outspoken, as
the "hayseed" is supposed to be, an,l
not wi;hunt that power of beating the
city man at his own game when the
occasion arises, All the foolishness
and iblunderings associated with the
rustic when in the presence of
strangers were repeated by Fred La
ltue, and his lovemaklng reached the
height of amusement in the last act,
I the audience simply abandoning them-
i selves to merriment as the lady seeks
to remove the boy's bashfulness, and
; help him to a proposal.
The heroine, Edith Marston, was
j in the capable hands of .Catherine
I Cameron, and the villain was por-
I trayed by Boyd C. Belcher. Altogether
j it was a capable company, and should
i receive support wherever it goes.
| While a certain amount of melodrama
I runs through the story, there are
! many characteristics which commend
] it. The Hayseed band is a feature of
the company.
G. T. P. Buy. at Victoria.
Victoria. Sept 10.���The Grand
M Trunk Pacific has purchased valuable
I! waterfront here in tbe inner harbor
; from Clifford M. Brown, lt extends
i from the Dominion government wharf
| to the _Vlaska Steamship company's |
i wharf, and covers 400 feet. The
i price paid is reported to be $150,000.
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This is the season to
cut your
CORD
WOOD
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LANGLEY
160 acres   at $13 an acre.
You can make 50 per cent on your
money before Xmas by buying this.
jjif WE have a full line,
! \ including Disston,
i * Shurly & Dietrich,
i ; and other makes.
Diamond & Corbould,
Dominion Trust
Building
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! ANDERSON:
y LUSBY
What's Up
at Chilliwack, "The New City on the Praser" may be Been without
much loss of time, bj taking in the week end excursion by steamer
Ramona on
Saturday Next
leaving B. C. Electric wharf at 6:30, and going straight through to
Chilliwack.    Returning will leave  Chilliwack    at    7 a.m.    Sunday
morning.
Round Trip Ticket, $2.50
HORSE   RACING
all Saturday afternoon, and the boai will arrive at Chilliwack   In
time tor lirst race.
Good Hotel Accommodation
Four good hotels, inclu,ling the new Empress hotel, just opened, containing forty bedrooms, and oak furniture throughout.
The city of chilliwack possesses two up-to-date livery Btables,
which will thus afford you an opportunity ,.i driving over son,,, of
the ninety miles o f good voids in Chilliwack, an , rope Ij Beeing
THE GARDEN  OF THE  FR-.SER VALLEY."
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252 COLUMBIA STREET.
New  Westminster,   B.  C.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
J
Fall Millin
Opening
Saturday, Sept. 12
Monday, Sept. 14
and following days.
We announce our grand opening display of up-
to-date Fall Millinery.
Our Millinery show rooms are
in charge of Miss Bennett, who
has lately arrived from the East in
company with Miss Andrews, who
is in charge of the Trimming department.
On display with the hundreds of New Trimmed
Hats are extensive ranges of
Ready-to-Wear Shapes
Trimmings
Feathers
Etc*
We  invite  your  inspection
during these opening days.
WHEN THROUGH SEEING THE HATS,   VISIT THE READY-TO-WEAR
DEPARTMENT
AN    IMMENSE    RANGE   OE
New Coats, Suits, Skirts,  Blouses, Etc.
are now on display.     Become familiar with our various
departments ; they are alive to your interests at all times.
The Dress Goods Department
is busy these days.   The new Dress Goods have never sold faster with us.   "e
will take pleasure in showing you the new fabrics during
these opening days.
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
5'.'-*_!5_rera_HB

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