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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW wESTMySTER,B.C
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
. ��
It 218.
, ER,   B.  C,   FRIDA i   MOR 51 PI BMBEB     I    ���"' t
FIVE i     ���.       PEB COPY.
StS christian   LABOR DAY LACROSSE   Wi (HUTiiR aoain is   seportih stabbed in     TABLEAUX PLANNED
m     ' ������'*  WILL BE POOR SPORI   ��� mtkot!   miners' riot a mm   of mm mm
RESULTS OF PUBLIIilll
ALREAD1 BEIMi ShLN
owth     of   provincial     Union
. past Year Announced by
secretly Etherington.
Dec
Crippled Maple Leafs Wiil
Stack Up Against Weakened Westminsters.
Next   Week���
- -.'. i stside Neces-
�� b Rea:: .js'i e nt.
Tb
che luled senior lacrosse mat. .,
( .
larg.   numbei ol
er rep  stives    at    .be
-       ^ion    W^ention
,,   ch ,a- resumed la I
i  was not with-
J the poorest senloi event ol the season,
and   Earie.-    mau
tween Coiungw ^Neither  team will   turn  out   on    the
I Add   iu    anything    like    it-    usual
j between Westminster and the Maple
I Leafs in be plajed -ii Vancouver on
| Labor Daj  promises to b.   Just aboul
rill.    Ul"'
The Maple Leafs, as Ls well Known.
we.e relieved ol several ol their besl
players several weeks ago, the Van
ei,..vers annexing these in a vain ,at-
...i    Into   a cow    on
, .. ... i] and ihe fender
,���     ,i,     ..,.! strength
i���     worse   for the    cn ���
counter. un.   ":  <:"   c0W'a   legs  belUg
lie  is   now   beef.   The
doubled  up i>.  the colll-
,  llv   v I tempting  to bolster the  senior team
Thl. secretary*  report,  read  by   A.  ^ ^^ ]jk(, a (i���cem lacro8se
fe, Etherington, sUted thai  .be ..ni��m  aggregatlon    ,,,,.,  ^th only   a    few
seniors, and padded oui with intermediates, some of whom have not yet
made iheir mark on the field of play,
the Leafs now constitute aboul the
weakest team that Vanoouver has had
for some   considerable   time.   Even'
|bad tWo aims for the year's work,
joeil option and International building
fond work. The,-,, were thirteen socle-
'.,. |��� Vancouver, thirteen in Victoria,
L seven ln Westminster districts.
g���<] thirteen outlying points possessed
Lilties.   Of these twenty-six had re-
Visil     I   '. to   Northern   Town   Is
Followed   by   Disorders���News-
psoer  Office   Attacked.
;.. i !.,,,,.
,,ll    the
excepi ,     I.. S.
frui. ... ...  Can-
fleld, .        ....     stated
that ...      . uncom-
i" ������ ,       especial]      In    the
.... .    and   ' h.   ��� n *,   outlet
for ficull     led  to    be    to
move some tw. atj children to the
Centi; ��� b  tier. ' here is accommodation Th s wl f don< a soon
aa posi    a
Dis, i ., ii ���,��� ;, p ace on the flag
qui ition, and although both tin Onion
.lark and the Canadian flag were
favored, the trustees came to no decision, postponing a ruling until the
regular meeting next  week.
The building committee reported
that the plans and specifications foT
the   Westside  school  were completed.
The trustees decided to proceed with
the  extension of th.   heating  system
""   DV "-'   , ���,_��.���,��� I to the    oys' school, and  tb,   bulWtng
Victoria gave the hill boys   a pretty   ��q���,^ ^ lnstriJctM ���. li:m, the
 . - , even   shake     when     they     '''''^     ._,,,.,,,,,,,,,,  oul   ;1I1(,  ,o arrange for
memoershlp amounting to Hit, SatUrday~and Victoria  is admitteu y i ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ ^m ^ ^
rhe sum of $2158.661 only  in   the Intermediate class secretary's office, ln the building now
Westmin-
*a average of 82. The sum of $2158.66 onl
,���.,,, collected, $1162.80 for  mis year.
��L     Four junior   societies   had   177       Playing  Its     usual   team
* For Se international build- ster should make the score on Labor
KWH bad been collected. Of   Day  jus-  as  big  as    K*"**���
IHflimu y    _ u _^ iocaig couW ron up a Hry.ln majotity
without  exerting themselves   In    Ihe
least.
Bul   the  Salmon    Bellies   -will    not
being used for the school board offices
on Sixth street
, ., -���        .     h,  .,    li '
on th .   a...  night  prioi  to
dep      ...    Charles H, Moy< r, pn   I
W.   tern    Federation   ol
Mine. -   jo m 'i   Towei ��� wa      a   .ed
and    h.  a     . .        :l,    th(    hO ipital      ill      a
,     ,,,   ,     .   , ellevi
the man  who did  the   stabbing    got
.. >.,.  on  th.   . oai with Moyei.
in the cou   e of an address to strlk
ing '1  ���.,   .., ��� mi;,ers  Monday    night
Mover assure,i the men that the na
tlonal   organization   would   Btand    j
them and give aid ln continuing   the
tight    Moyer'a remarks gave the men
renewed courage, and yesterdaj  sev
eral of them entered the office of The
Record, a  paper which has been opposing  the  Western  Federation.
The miners started a fight, but were
forced out. Later they returned to
the attack and broke the office win
dows When Mover went to the piei
last night to take his boat a large
number of miners accompanied him
Tower.-, who is employed on The Re-
cord, was presenl In the discharge ol
his duties.
Some of the crowd set upon him
and he received several bad cuts.
Tluie Is ..,, clue to the identity of
Towe:'' as sallant.
Living Pictures of Famous
Voyage to Be Presented
Historical Exhibit Good.
Many   Inquiries  Follow  AdverLsem-nt
Inserted  in  Papers  by Boosting
Association.
Wise sums $39.20 was on hand.
A nominating committee   was   ap-
���:n:oil  and then Rev^.r. Whitman,
ntroduced by the  president.  Hev.  W.
NEIGHBORS ASSIST IN
REBUILDING CLAYTON HOME
Barraclough, said their subject Ini marc, he  field   wiih  ilW.-ive
..,,,   was   J3toMawice    and regular   members   of   the     earn ^^^^    ^^
c RlghteousnelS^ks   it   worth   twelve   men   who   wen,   badk   <-,   -   Man Wh0se Re8idence Was Destroyed
r\ hungry man.to have food? play  for the  Minto cup. JJ"*^1
....   ���  wafl   better  than   punish- possibly four, of these wil   be ansent
,ent John the Baptist i.'.ugb. repent- from the lineup,    these    being
.,    S, the life which would re-1 Turnbull. who wlll play no more   this
by Fire at Burnaby Finds Neigh
bors   Friends   In   Need
a, .,- his brother \m, who bun his
knee Last  Saturday, and  Pal  Feeney,
MOTHER CLUB WISHES
_��MOU_TiON AT FAIH
Westminster     Football     Club     Would
Like to Play Game on  Saturday
of Exhibition Week.
Itnrnaby Uke,   Sept. 2.���Tbe    male
tuire no rppentan-e a;  it-, end.    Man
died itterlj unless he did well whatjknee last sauirui;., aim *��.. �� ..
���  I able io  do.   The mock|wbo is confined    to his    .oon.    with  members of the community haveband-
l                   was  postponed till to-1muscular rhemuatism.   "Punk" Wlnte. |e(j together to re-erect a house for G.
���   -ions today, and
business to   be   transacted    ;i   ''   Lamb, of this city
roceedings.
SASH AMI DOOR FACTORY
TO LOCATE IN WESTMINSTER
3us,r,ess  in This District���Will
Emoloy Many Hands.
.  a   new sash   and  door
It��� ���.. . the pro ;i";' r_ be-
|i:.. in  Bi lllngham,
mute may be In the game, bul this is E Clayton and family, and the work
doubtful. He has not been turning out L ^ [n ,���,,,,,.__ The ,,.,,.���t flre
to   practice  lately,   but  intend-   ma ^  ,,,,���,,,,.,,,  bls home  was ol a
,i1sf/.i\r^T.via^"i.p.", ���'"������" ���   ���������
 ������"����� ��� ��� ������������- "
whlle  |,   is  not   yet  definitely  de-  ,,,,,, ...      , nd    tnei  ou ulldings
^^ ^^^ den,,,, i thi
.. .1,.     entiri
fl es,
The ne�� bungalow which ll. 1(   Hill
elded, it is mos. likely thai the a i
sentees -.<.ill be rep! iced by Pete
Latham, "Doughey" Spring, "Grumpy''
[Spring,  witb  Em.  Warwick as a  pos-   is ,,���jMi���g for Mr. and Mrs. A. Ceper
���        ^^^^��� fclble. subsiitnte for Witn,-mute. approaching completion and will
ptllingharr.   Firm   Proposes     Opening        In   spite  of  the   absence    of    these L     rea<]y , mpation In a few days
regular players, there is no chance of      M,   Kl., . ,.,..A  ,���,,_.   .vhi(.h ,a ,,,,.
the Leafs winning out   In their pres-   lng erected        M,   ,;   ,. ...    ���   .,������
_ ent  weakened   condition,   the    Leaf.  ,���..,,;.. completed,    Mr. and Mrs. W.
would be hard pressed to hold their  Walker ,,,,,. rem0ved Into their   new
now    in progress  own  against  any of th,. three    inter-   houae 0��� ..,.. p0le Line road
media!,' teams in the city, while they      Th., water gupply has r,ln onU8uauy
would     ,.   assured   of     defeat     >honld
' they stack up against a picked team
of  Westminster intermediates.
..
For    Hudson   Bay   Survey.
been In business tor
I.....   h ������.    done a con-
���   ide    ui  finished
-.ii:h>".n    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
..   . ��� , :.;..������ ..      pi in. e A    .rt, Sept    l     rwo pa tl
the facilitie .  . nt     i -   Dom n
;. ��� . ni ent tos< e routes 1
-..       K   the. Hudson Hay railway, left for   the
short 'Li ��� .    an I  neai ly all the
wells in ' h very low
Ml    li i:it::i.- w ill  s'uortl.,           emo\
.. ���,        oth .r Bide   of
>   .
Support! , ��� ��� otball wish to participate In the matchi e arranged for
the ��� xbibition, the Westminstei
Rover. I ol ball i lub at .... executive
meeting : i I evi ning Informallj discussing a ... to approa. b the
direi toi b of thi I thibltion, and arrange foi - ie iftei ii",,n - football,
probably Saturday. Oct 3 is the
other dates ��� ��� eng ige I Thej will
suggest that the direi to offei a cup,
and will invite, should the reqUOBl
granted, one or three outsld. clubs * i
participate from the Fraser -.alley as
many ofthe players will eat the Fa.li
anyway. kgL
The hoys who [iflssed out of the high
school team last year are forming a
club, and additional members will be
welcomed. Harry Tidy Is making the
plans for the team. The Westminstai
club is booming, and the numbers
������lining out to practice Increasing -1
vi ry good game hein-j played last
. vening. At the subsequent ��,
'ive meeting  the new uniforms   i
On,       i ���   mosl attractive feai
:: ���   pn ,in, I,,, exhibition In connee
���    n with thi Simon Fraser 11
at   v.'  i      h. re is  a   pro ia       -.   that
Ison Bimon Prasei    will
��� -, nl    -  the se les    of    h - torlcal
lei ux ��iiieh are now in com -.   of
. a,   The \isu of the provincial archivist, R. E. Gosnell, to Wesi
mlnstei   on  Wednesday,  was  in  this
connection   and Judge Howay is also
taking an active part in the celebration,    At  presenl plans are   not    yet
- ired,   nor   is   anything   ambitious
. a pageant projected in view ol thi
��� incial celebration in a year or ^o.
��� what is now proposed is a   three-
.  ��� - ���    tableau  during one or  more of
��� ��� venings of the exhibition, the
suggested scenes being Fraser's meet
Ing with the Muskem Indians, pass
Ing through the canyons in the upper
hi - of the river and the first land-
th.   site of what  Is now  New
V. ��� it tnlnSfter.
As ih. Muskem Indians are attending thi exhibition under the aegis of
Dr, Newcomb, of Victoria, these will
tak< pail In the tableaux, and there
will be several white actors, though
o detalh have been settled.
Such t. display on the oval at    the
park will prove a most attractive and
educational feature,  while everything
Ie   going  on  satisfactorily in  connee
tlon with the historical exhibit undei
cover.   The lantern displays wlll   be
patronized, and with such a splendid collection of antiquarian am. olher
objects, this portion wlll be not only
one of the besl characteristics ot   the
exhibition,  but    will  lay   the   nucleus
for the provincial museum of archives
now being organized al Victoria.
In addition to lectures    hv   distin-
^ i   , in... i ini   i    the execul
!'   ilicii'.   assoi .ai ion   held    j ���    ���
epori      -     .-
ai the bookl. i written foi the
��� ��� i ,ai ion would he | ublished '���*, ithin
the nexi  lev.  da
The   advertis. menl -   place,1,    in  i.,,
Ranch   ha\ ���   liroug hi   m inj   enq
as  to  Ni ��   \. e-i mini tei  and disti let.
\n angements also    w. re    made    foi
advertising    in    The    Pacific    Coa I
Monthly, Farmers' Advocate, Montreal
star    and     Everybody's     Magazine,
drawing attention to the booklet with
a desire to obtain as many names as
possible of homeseekers and   attracting  them   to    this     district.     Reports
were received ol  the distribution   of
10,000  pamphlets,  which  wen.  sent  to
accompany the  lacrosse    team    east,
and  which  were distributed  throughout eastern Canada, Bt Paul and Calgary.
One thousand copies were also sent
to Mr. Honle, a former Columbian
college student, who undertook the
distribution of these pamphlets at pub-
He lectures which he was giving
throughoul eastern Canada.
Arrangements were also mad" for a
publicity agent to have a stand at the
coming exhibition, where visitors will
ire Invited to call, full Information
given them concerning the district and
the books published by tbe association
presenting them.
I., s. Curtis, chairman of the finance
committee, reported that he had nt
difficulty in collecting the subscriptions, and that tie' merchants and
others interested were thoroughly-
satisfied with the efforts of the association.
Those present at lbe meeting- were:
W.  Mc
.  _. .       r .......-1, ' D   S.   Curtis,   W.   J.   Kerr.   A.
guished archaeologists    from   Drill. n . _ ^   ^   n   ^^ ...   A   paige and
Columbia, il.e.-e will be addre -���
from authorities tn Washington and
Oregon familiar with the history of
the Northwest Pacific coast. Among
is Qeorge H Hlmes, who has given
mm h a'lent',mi to the suhject.
W    I".   Hansford, secretary.
WINSTON CHURCHILL WILL
VISIT PACIFIC COAST
KING   TAKES   PITY   ON
WOLSELEY'S ILL-F,
i..-,'., the
B    . an I
band -.
i the elt j
���
toda      Thej    ha. e  n   o
hi re fo    everal md l
.rations for t ...
-���,. number of cltlz. ithei
���
-i*iii  journej
���
������rr.z.
Death of Mrs. M. J. Dean.
The funeral   ot   the  late   Mrs.   Mini
lane   Dean,  of   Seventh     street,   who
dl< d at the residence of her daughter.
Mrs.  I. K. Gilley, yesterday morning,
aged 7:1 years and eight  months, lakes
place todaj to the Odd Fellows cem<
Mrs. iii an. who was a native of
SI    st, phens,   New   Brunswick, came
wesi  aftei  her husband  .died    about
��� lev. ii years ago.    Her surviving so.is
and  daughters are W,  A.  Dean and   V
R   Dean, ol this city:   ll. T. Dean, ot
Brilliant    Young     Statesman     Takin.
Three     Months     Holiday���Will
Play Polo at San Mateo, Cal.
Victoria, s, pt. :i���Winston Church
president of the board ol trade of I
United Kingdom, is expected |,, vis
Victoria about  three months hence
connection with a visit to California
Mi    Churchill,  who  will    be    accom
���d   by   Hon.   Frederick   (ii.est,  has
Santa  Cruz   California, and    Howard  accepted an invitation to play polo ai
,.   ,,, ,���.,    Mrs   I    ���*      "������<"��� '"    i"     November
Dean, of II' lena, Montana, .mis. i
ordered,  and  the following team  h
een chosen '   take part In the tourna- j r**"~->	
menl al Norn   Van iver on Mondaj '':!'-    ��rs   I    p   Maxwell and Mis
foi   the  Carter-Cotton  cu     n   * vi'"   Dean     A   '""","'1   "f nephew
by Thistles, and for which all th   Vai md nieces are    living   bere.
couver clubs   have    en - red    team ''" '" Wilbur Smith,
ileal, T. ll. Barbare     hacks, P. V. C '    Deceased is also survived h
San Vlateo, California, iii November
next, and li is expected thai Victoria
will be visited when the well known
1*"K'"'' young statesman is on his homeward
wn.  In Novemb. r,
Trustee Ross Now Declares
Westminster Must Defend Cup
*   ited    o.
i   ilp   bas
  i bouse
���   ��� i     he    King    �� II
apartment    In m unpton
i -ia.k and C, Kir iy . captain i. hal.
\l      I.,'amy.   F.   Watson   un \   J    .:
���    aids,  L.  Hayes.   I. Craig,   I. (
,   i lolll. i  and    \     ll intingdon     Re
��� rve, J.  Ilouli.
ADVANCE  REASONS  FOF
WORKING   ON   SUNDAY
^  four
married Bisters and two brother . The
resl lence ol   Mt -
Eighl     l ���      ind Royal avi ti
���  10 p a,. Ret   v,    ii   B irraclougl
,,ffi< iaii.iL'.  de, a ise i   ha ring  been    a
if hi-   ciihrch.
-Minto Cup Trustee. champions, with a vlet.        ettllng on ere to spend Ms   ������'���"
��� '������- ������--'-���h',i,i::;;;:;v.:'u:-''....n.-.
I ���       .,   the New Wes,,Uin-   fu9,ng to |ilay ma ,,:1��� thej will be 	
"-, �����"����*   guested to send back the tro Ng
the firsi    ,nes    for   T0MW VICTOR  OVER  lang
ther this fall or next   ST.  PAUL  NOT  ALLOWED 	
*a*On.     Xew     Wfistmln_,t.P.     ro^rt.l T0   COMPETE   FOR ^ ^     ^^    ;,      Toffiffly   ,,,���.���.,,
toCom- the   uuerican heavy  weight   ?**�������*���
I
silverv
V.,  tminster    reports
reseni   holders of the
i.Mav. i.   B6|
Tin   argiu '
Olympic .Lacrosse.
I    II Ion, Seut. 'J      Canada I. is ei.'di il
Caught the  Wrong   Man.
Claud Fork , B. C, Sept, I.   W. O.
McMynn, govt rnment agent al Qi - -
��nod, this iii". ning  wti   is   u     \
.   govei in," n' agent  In this c l ���
the man <������, tured ������ - ��� rda ���
i io have been one of the    two
iandits v.lm in ,  lered ri.on.et al Midway, a we,,i< ago, has turned out    to
be the wrong person.   Several i><>   ' ,
ne   at   present   scouring   the   country
In search of these two men
Distinguished Austrian
Seeks Lands for Settlers
st. Paul ��iii not be allowed
pete  for the Chlpman cup
This is [today defeated Bill Lang, of Australia,
��� '     ���
out-
I ""    "   , n thelr bein�� lh-1 ^railed by Bums In ths infighting
If the N. L. ["��� and W. D. McLean, on then        * ���
"���"���  fOT  ","  lhl'?":"         ���   pitblndo    p    y.   .ixtli  rout....    Un? -,s
he  decision  of   rrus  '    '      '       .,. ������, inflg
i .1 -earch of the
een   lone, pending
rounds   "*���
way
-   declined   to   play   in
i* e-nc-f, of ine tn,   ,    this year, bnt
that     If  lh..  M    I.   TI. i,and  W.  D. .\lcl.ean, on  '���-������   MimTSL      .       .u     itrsi    two
��� r: ' r^bssw^rJ?
be given dates by the!*-'"1 nad  ��pfd  " ' ���    ������        ,������*s  we.e comparatively even W
the Present  Minto cup holder iaflm round, and ln th e��acondLan8
I New Westminster lac,        ������ ��� .        ��* ���ff ���,���   ^   with   *
tn,r,wll,���v,    .        ���;��� V -|     The  Chipman  C P �� ^ ^    ^ bftck
���ii the winners of the  teams only and bj  piaym_. ___________________  Ant
.Ut   as  soon ai  the ! W���"��in��i*r u.o ��� --- |he
Ulonali/ed  ItSCtf,   UBt  the    "���'���
���       tern team has been 1     ,      ' ���' _   ,,,,..     ... m    went
^^^^^^^^ Sourls   club   when
v;" '"'"1-,,.., after the  " " BV" ;
Columbia' ag0 - w Innlpeg Telegran-
lhe Grand Trunk  Rallwa ycompan   i  her ent rj to the Olympic laorosse oon
appeal to the .ailway ooi Isslon c " j test.    England  and South  Africa  art
.Mtiing provisions of the Lord's Daj the other entrants.
ael iu regard to operation of trains.
continued today, w. H. Tiffin, superintendent ol northern division, and
Morley Donaldson, superintendent of
Ottawa division of the Grand Trunk
railway, declared thai If ileorgian ��ayj
porta were to bold their own In    the, historical
grain trade against .Mnerlcim com- Edmonton, Se,,,. S.-Baron Gagern, known ������. .,...- ol jevera hUtoncsu
petition, grain carriers must be al- a distinguished AusWalan noblemen works In Austria Dr Beris hnto
lowed to handle traffic without undue ,*���.,., Vienna, arrived in the city yes   study the people o   Western Canada
delav. otherwise grain will be carried terd** and is staying at the Alberta, will, a view to V���***^**���
to Miiovlcan portj whetv I, could get ; hotel. He bus come to thl. part of .country. He I. acco ���,�� < , M��.
, service of seven davs a week |western Canada to look Into the eon-|Berl.    Tb" party   will  remain  in
team- on., ��..��   -   '���- f���. ������,,   ftnd   ���,���   the  **"������*
Westminster the St, Paul _     ^   ^ ^  ^^ Ume| ���efol,, the W
���.,. Uas counted out in the s.xth
Squires has l**u��d   .""<'nit'r
,.,.",, to Burns.
c
dial-
Prospector It Killed.
Nelson, H. ('., Sept. IL���W. V. Edgiiy,
;,inspector, of Ynilr, left ten days ago
a Ion,, to perforin assessment work on
a claim. Not returning a search was
made, and he was found on the claim,
evidently killed by a dynamite explo-
ditions prevailing  here and will  make! city  for some time,
a  report  to the   Austrian   government ^^^^^*-���
on the desirability of sending out
Austrian peasants lo locale land here,
in tho event of condition, proving
satisfactory here he will possibly purchase n large tract of land for these
Austrian settlers in the Kflmonton lis
.  2    ���
4    ���
YESTERDAY'S  BAStBALL.
Aberdeen   ,
Vancouver
sion while working on the    property   Uict. 1 *
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PAGE TWO.
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIO*. .
SEPTEMBER ,   ..
The Land and the Settler
A Common Charge and the Plain Facts in Relation
Thereto -Thirty-Five Million Acres of Land Given
to Settlers as Free Homesteads Since 1896-Thirty
Million Additional Acres Now Set Apart Exclusively
For Settlers in the Form of Odd-Numbered Sections.
(Winnipeg Free Press.)
The practices of palming off falsehoods designed to serve the purposes
of faction, in the guise of truths uttered for the public weal, is spoken
of by liacou as one likely to continue
in all ages. Shakespeare puts in the
mouth of Lear a contemptuous reference to the same practice���
"t_et thee glass eyes.
"And like a scurvy politician, seem
"To see the things thou dost not.''
The Amesian magic    Lantern    as    a
means  of  conveying   political    falsehoods is among the modern developments of the art referred to as it Is
practised In this country In this year
of  grace.    But  the    most    shame_e__
palming off of  party  misrepresentations in the guise of truths uttered
for  the  public  weal i.s tbat, which is
practised in the dissemination of such
statements as the following, which is
here reproduced from a recent editorial   in  the  Ottawa Evening Journal,
professing to discuss the
the present  Dominion Government:
"The laud, instead of going direct
lo the settler, bas passed first through
the hands of the middlemen, friends
of the Government, some of them now
even members of Parliament and supporting the Government, men who buy
for a song and sell or hold for hundreds of thousands. Lands, coal areas,
timber leases, grazing leases, irrigation privileges, the public domain iu
the West in all its concrete forms,
passes into the hands of a few groups
of men, is alienated forever at prices
ridiculously Incommensurate with its
real value and the man who is to
meet the enhanced cost which the
speculators are to exact is thu settler
whose interest the Liberal leaders In
1893  pledged  themselves to protect."
This is truly a sweeping indictment.
It amounts, if the words hear their
conventional meaning, to this, that It
Is and has been the tixed policy of the
Government to make it Impossible tor
the actual settler to get access to tho
land without lirst dealing with a middleman. But will the statement stand
��� .animation'. Lands, coal areas, ttm-
ber leases, gracing leases. Irrigation
privileges, in a word, "the public do-
"n.ain in the West in all its concrete
"form."   is   pictured   as  "alienated   for-
"ever," at the expense of the settler.
The Free Press proposes toda. to
consldci the flrsl Item In thl list,
namely, the Lands, As for c. al areas,
limber bases, grazing leas...; and Irrigation sales, these may be lefl for discussion later. Suffice it here to polnl
out that these latter require the employment of large cai,Hal. and thus, in
that sense, .stand apart from the case
of the settler. For tho development of
a coal area shafts have to be sunk and
machinery Installed, neci ssitating such
large outlays of money as are possible
uily by companies; the same is the
case with the timber berths. As for
grazing leases, the yare necesgftry for
  contlnuan if the ranching Indus-
.-.,-. bul  they have nol  i tood in the w:r.
of the settler; the range, as In Southern Alberta, has been converted into
tar.-.is as the settlers have come in.
_'\S for irrigation, it is work which has
to he done on a large scale, Involving
heavy onlays; and the very fact of
Its being nee, Bsarj In anj area is
proof it. Itself that thai area is one
which will be passed by 'he   .et'ler in.
.hii-, search for .. home.
T.et us, therefore, today discuss the
treatm. nl of the actual Bettler, for
whom   the   Ottawa   Evening  Journal
professes so much concern-, and let us
see what Ughl the facts throw upon
the above-quoted assertion of a paper
which, by the way, assumes an air of
being Impartial, and occassionally lectures the other newspapers of Canada
in a superlOT way on their failure to
be even as it is.
The arable land of Western Canada
is divided into odd-numbered and even-
numbered sections. The odd-num ered
sections have uii.il the present time
been ri served from settlement by
homestead!:.'..    What  foi".    They were
set aside by the Conservative Government which was in power al Ottawa
from lsTS to 1896, as a reserve from
which the railway land grants made
so lavishly by that Government were
to be selected. When the Liberal
Government took office in 1896, the
odd-numbered sections were thus tied
up, Comparatively little progress had
been made in the selection of the millions upon millions of acres ot railway
���M*ai.ts.    The  first   thing don- by the
think, or does it not think, that this
is to the advantage of "the settler,
"whose interest, the Liberal leaders
"in 1893 pledged themselves to pro-
"teet?"
So much for the odd-numbered sec.
tions. Let us now consider thu even-
numbered sections, which from the
outset were set apart for actual settlers.
Can the Ottawa Evening Journal
point to a single case of any area of
land in even-numbered sections disposed of by thu present Dominion
Government otherwise than to actual
set Hers, save the 1150,000 acres sold.
with conditions of settlement, to the
Saskatchewan Valley Land company'.'
The results secured by that departure
from thu Government's fixed policy
have justified it abundantly; and
there is not part of the government's
record to which it is more entitled
to point with satisfaction. What can
the Ottawa Evening Journal adduce
in support of its assertion that the
Land in the West designed for the
settler has been "alienated tor-
"ever at prices ridiculously In-
"conimensurate w*ith Its real val-
"ue" to speculators'.' It is easy to
make sweeping assertions like those
of the Ottawa Evening Journal, which
says that all land has been made over
to the grafters. But the making of
such assertions, and the repetition of
them does not make them true.
Before turning to the consideration
or the actual amount, of land whicli
has 1 een taken up in free homesteads
under the Liberal Government, it is
necessary in order to cover the whole
ground, that a word should be said
about the half-bru-ed scrip. It is true
that even-numbered sections of laud
have passed to holders of half-breed
scrip without conditions of settlement.
But 'his procedure was fixed at the
time Western Canada became, part of
reversion I the Dominion. It was part of tho cost
to is control of this immense areajOf the Dominion's title; it was based
of arable land would mean the open- on treaties involving the granting of
ing up of an unprece,dent opportun-1 this scrip in extinguishment of the
ity for corruption on a colossal scale.   Indian titles to th
Sales of Lands for Delinquent Taxes _n the
Municipality of Burnaby, Province of B. fc
.__. .   .. :..!..���lite    nf    thll   Tj iVV ti ljIi i i ���     , _ i*     I ll   ��� ��� .  I     .
1 Charles Thomas Saunders, Collector of tin
      .  Municipality of the Township or Dis
give notice pursuant to the Municipal Clauses  Vet, 1906, and amendments there,,, that 0,
the afternoon tit the Municipal   H
Liberal Government was to stop the
policy of granting lands to railways.
.Not an acre of land has been granted
by the Liberal government to any
railway. But the grants already authorized by the legislation of tho Conservative regime have been satisfied,
as they had to bo unless Canada was
prepared to repudiate obligations
which It had voluntarily assumed. Until these grants were satisfied. Ihe
odd-numbered sections had to remain
tied up, To the work of ha-'"ning
the selection by the grantees the Liberal Government, upon taking office,
addressed itself. It was necessarily
slow work, as there were many million, of acres to he select,-1, and the
grantees did not lind it In their interest to hasten unduly In making
their choice; as the longer they could
postpone, making the selection the
longer could be the extension of their
period of exemption from provincial
taxation. That work was at last com-
icord of I Plated; and Its completion meant the
reversion to the Government of Can-
1906, and  amendments there,,, that on
,,- September, A.D. 1908, at the hour of two o'clock In t
...i.i.��� Auction the u
;ii(| persons on the 31st day of Dec
Imond'B  ,,
Burnaby, B. C��� I shall offer for'sale atPublic Auction the lands and real property of the   ,
a :    ,      ..,...__.,__]     ,,,1     th..     .llSt       ,1,1,.       ..I"       ll...       ,.,...., , '.
set out for the delinquent taxes unpaid bj the sa
���est, costs and expenses including the a
ale, if the total amount due is not sooner paid.
lommlssion of 5 per cent, and th
Collector's
looner paid
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED
ttalngn,
ada of some 30,000,000 acres, of which
probably 20,000,000 acres are good
arable land, available for immediate
settlement.
If the Laurier Government were a
Government of graft, as so freely
charged by its enemies, the
These millions of acres could be
carved up in land deals like those of
tie. Roblin Government, for the enrichment of individuals; and the man
who would have to meet the enhanced '��� under of carrying
cost to be exacted by the looters which on entering
would   be  the    settlers.     But    what   tal lished   by   law.
public lands; and I
the   Ottawa    Evening    Journal     will
hardly attempt to question its justice
and  wisdom, and cannot question the
necessity the present Government was
out    the    system
office it found es-
In   point of  fact,
course has tho Dominion Government   moreover, the land scrip issued by the
taken   in   regard   to   these   odd-num-   Liberals   to the   half-breeds   was  only'
bered sections?   It has taken a couvi ne-third  the  amount   issued   by   the
whicli   absolutely   bars out   the   land  Conservatives between 1878 and  1896.
speculators. With the exceptions thus noted, the
The    odd-numbered    section-     ire  Ottawa  Evening Journal cannot point
thrown  open  first   to    actual    home- to any   even-numbered land disposed
steaders
of   .
men
md in-xi for sale U th.
per  acre,   fixed  by   statute   to
who  have  already  homesteaded,
of by the  p., sen,   Dominion Government otherwise than to settlers,
We now come to the free homestead
and who can only acquire til ��� ��� by given to si.tiers. The official annual
fulfilling settlement conditions on the reports cover six calendar years up to
odd-numbered sections, which they 1900, when a six month's period was
have the right to buy at $3    ei   nre.  made the stepping stone to having the
The speculator thus cannot
all   on   the   odd-numbere I
They  can  be  obtained only
settlers.
Does   the   Ottawa.   Evenli
;et in at
sections.
Immigration  year and the fiscal year
coincide,    in   L906  it   was  decided to
actual j have the Dominion's fiscal year end on
irnal j (Continued on Page S< rem)
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We have the Knall, Paragon, 20t.h Centnry, Re-acting, and other-
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Manson,  Lawrence
102 |Farrand,  Charles   	
120 (Booth,   Frank  	
122 |Reddie, Wm.  H	
is,.   Hell,  Alexander   	
221 :Anderson, Sarah,    Estate 	
353 Rlthet, R. P	
354 (Rlthet,  R.   P	
362 (Rlthet, R. P	
4 12   Mcliregor,  D.  C	
562a|Crickmay, W.,    Estate   	
590 (Booth,  Frank   	
594 j-Neelands, Ellen J	
597 jcurry, William, and
iMoffat, Robert and David 	
735   Brennan, J   R	
735 JBrennan,  .1.   R	
SIT (Hart,  F.  J	
992 JMorrison,  T.   P	
1026 (Phillips. Walter 	
1211 'Wise,   Catherine,   F	
12.1    MeNiven. John  	
L323   Tingley, Mary, E	
1325   Tingley.   Mary.  E	
1346 |Harris, G.  B	
1347 Harris,   G.   13	
1378 (Gilley, James R. and  Walter R.
1413   Whitney,   W.  J.  R	
1420   Bennett,  C.   C	
1428  Webber, Lionel, H	
1472  Round. George  	
1480   McLennan. Alec and Neil  	
1506 (Timms, John	
1507 (Timnis,  John   	
1549 (Western Pacific Ca;.  Co	
1550 Western  1'acitic Claj   Co	
1552   Armstrong. .1   ('   	
1554   Armstrong.   J. C	
1560 (Armstrong, J, C	
L695 (Cunningham,   Mary,     Estate   .
1700  Cunningham,  Marj     Estate   ������
IT.,I    Mlllor, Daniel. F	
1709   Han.  F. .!	
1728   Town. Henry,    Estat	
1772   Corbett,  Mrs. W. .1	
177.',   McQuarrie, W. G	
1793  Alien James. C	
17:.:,   Allen   James, c	
17;.7    _llen   James, C	
1803   Alh n   James, (*	
1805   Alien  James, C    	
is,.7   Alien   James,  C	
1810   Allen   James  "    	
lsi i   Allen, Jame   C	
1812   Ail-n. James -'   	
1S2I    York. L.  ('       	
1826    Mien.  .lame-  Q    	
1838   Ar.usi roii!-'.   H irrietl    I	
2109   Cleland, Jam.   ;   Welsh  Harry
W.  and   Ralph .1	
2109   Cleland, James   Wei ih, Harry
(W. and  Ralph .1    	
210!. jcieland, Jamc     Wei ;:. Harry
W. and Ralph .1	
22m    Han-  Joseph    	
222". (McDonald,  J. 3   	
2255 (Bainbrldge   W.   V	
2263 McKechnle, Dr. L. N	
2264 Cooper,   Ab'C.  .1	
22Ts    Man  ,,11.   I .a ���   	
2295 Todd, Wm. G. li	
2296 Todd. Wm G. H	
2297 Todd, Wm. ('.. II	
22:1s  Todd, Wm. tl. 11	
2299 |Todd, Wm   (',. If	
2300 Todd, win. (1. I.   	
2301 Todd, Wm. C. II   	
2302 Pohlmann, Edward  	
230 I   I',,'.hm inn, Edvar I   	
2",,11   Polhmann, Kdv.ard  	
2305 (Polhmann, Edwar i  	
2:;,,.', d'olhmann,   Edward   	
23.17   I'olluir.nu.   Edward   	
21IOS   I'olhtnann, Edward   	
2325 IMorgiii.  E   B.  	
2339   Mil.��ciinie. Dr. L   N	
2604   McFeely, E. ,1. and Douglas B.
2670 M'ear.-.on. James 	
2671 |Sharp, Chas, w   	
3237 |0'Connell, Katherine, Estate
3249 jO'Conneli, Katherine, Estate
:i250 |0'Connell,  Katherine,    Estate
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY.
Province of British Columbia, DlBtrlct
of New Westminster, Croup Ono.
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93
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13 North
13 North
28 South
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28 South
28 South
28 South
J. Smith
ii Central
2s central
I 2s C< ntral
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Dated al Burnaby, B. C, this 11th Day of August. 1908.
Collector of the Munlcli
T   SAUNDERS,
iallt) ofBuroal
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
itages at Carcross and White Hone,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
I. H.  ROGERS:.  Traffic Manage.,
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door, from   Geo. Adam., Groc.t
Ladles'Gold Watcnes Irom 112.75 up
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watch*'"    open
face, |6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, douhU
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry, etc., etc.
J. TRAVERS }g$
All   business  in this HM 3U
Phone A 243
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ask, you are sure not tt, gel it."
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B.C. SHOTS CONTINUE   !
TO WIN MONTY PRIZES
Wanted -:- Lost -:- Found
lor Sale ���:- lo Rent -:- tic.
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Capt. Hart McHarg Captures the Transvaal Cup
With Score of 96.
W _XTED    Hat i lo reirini,
hats and 11 Immlngo.
:  Tenth  streets.
als, .,.,,
Auckland
SALE    House,   stable   and  two
c - ir. I   and   fenced,    Second
sti-i*i '    and    Tenth   avenue;     price
easona   .    and  I rms easj.    A:
ning, nearly cleared.
Applj to George Sharp, on the pre-
misi
WANTED.    Girl   ',���
��� ork   In   family
2565  Cornwa
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of    two;     applj
.   Kitsilano,  Van-
Sold and Guaranteed by
H. L. DEBECK
5   Phone 101 Phone 101
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The Last of the Season
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Any Middleman
getting a rake-off un the price
you pay us for coal. You cannot
afford to pay it and we cannot
afford to ask it, We therefor,
buy our coal direct and you get
lhe benefit in the low price you
pay for our high-grade coal.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
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1      aln  Hart   M ���
Harg  ol ;: ��� Sixl    D. 0. C, It., has won
the His score was '"'������
The B imbia    team today
il. ., ., .:.���     cup and
, Ighl al thi   I.  R. A.
Thi   ti        vas      Captain    Hart     \i
H,,; g, 87; Cai tain Forres!. 87.  Lieui
Cum -j;    Lieut.    Milne,   M.
S. . -       Etii       .i-iiii,   s7;     Sergt.-Major
Caven,    88;    Sergt.    McDougal,    83;
Sergl   Carr, 85;   total, 683.    The sec-;
ond   prizi   went to Ontario. 666;   the
third tc Alberta, 648.
The   .. ��� -,;��� :;��� r   eoinlit ions   wi i ������   ;_.<���,,|
for the competition in the flrsl stag,
of    the    governor-general's cup.    The  ������������������������������
following  qualified    for    the    second   WANTED���Room and  Board tor two
WANTED���Girl lor assisting in hou e-
work and in attending to two iu
fants, 4117 Third ave., near 2nd st.
LOST OR STOLEN -A black martin
kitten (whlney). Valuable reward
for .'.turn to 108, Second street.
stage; Captain W. Forres'. 1). C. O.
R., who gels third place with 98;
Sergt. H. Richardson, Fifth C. G. A.,
', lis; Cap! iin McHarg, Sixth 1). ('. O. R...
96; Tro ,per A. McDousall, Fifth C.
M. A., 94; Lieut. T. Cunningham,
Sixth D C O. R., 93; Lieut. Milne.
Sixth D. C. O. R, 92; Sergt. T. Carr,
91.
young ladies. Central location.
W S. Collister & Co.
Appl'i
FALLS TO  DEATH   IN
SIGHT OF WIFE AND CHILD
WANTED���NurBemald;    apply    Mi.
(Dr.)  Jones, Royal Avenue.
WANTED���Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping.   Inquire "The Empirt
Tailor Shop.''
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WANTED���Couple of furnished house
keeping rooms oi furnished house
Address Mrs. T. U. Newhall, thi
Windsor, New Westminster.
NEW   THIS   WEEK
TME
Public Supply Stores ^adams j ||0l|l)jpnft IDEAL PCtfUI11C
$2.50 per oz.
At Ryall's Drug Store
Columbia   Street.
New   Westminster,  B. C.
Prop.
Phone 92.
Waterville,  Me., Sept.    3.���-In    full WANTED���School children   to board
. .-.. of 25,000 horrified spectators, as-     fot* next term  in    refined    private
sembled on the Central    Maine    fair]    family.    Apply    .Mrs.    E. S., Daily
grounds here late today, Charles OU-      News office-
ver Jones, a well known aeronaut,   of,
Hammondsport, N. Y., fell a distance
of 500 teet to his death.    Among the
witness, s of the frightful plungs were,
Mrs. Jones and their   child, and they
were   almost   the  first  to
side of 'lie dying man.
died an hour and a half after the ac- j    Andrews street.
cident.
WANTED���Japanese noy attending
school vlants work with good family;
understands cooking; wages. Apply
to P. O. Box 545, City.
reach thel WANTED���Japanese hoy or   girl
The aeronaut'    housework,    daily.    Hardwick,
for
St.
Important Notice
[WANTED���Ladylike young person for
light housekeeping. Student at college in return for hoard would he
acceptable.   P. O. Box 607. City.
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Eyes Tested Free
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Capitol and Reserve Incorporated Total Assets
$8,290,000 ,869 $47,400,000
FOR YOUR CHILDREN'S   EDUCATION
start a special Savings Account at once with the Royal
. and Keep .elding small amounts to it regularly. You
will never intss the money.
Then, when Lh" child is old enough your deposits, with
the Compound Interest which we ado* quarterly, will pro-
\i le a fund huge enough to give a thorough eduoatlon.
It's a good plan.   Think lt over.
ONE DOLLAR   MAKES THE START.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch,     F. B. LYLE,   Mgr.
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
ivt your orchard right, by buying from -A
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HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation,    as
well as getting acclimated trees.   We have over 200..00 fruit trees and
can handle your order, no matter what the size.   If we   have    no
agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
cost of ihe proposed permanent improvement of Columbia street tin-
eluding 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 thia very necessary  local  improvement.
N. H. McQUARRIE.
Acting City Clerk-
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
August 25   190S.
X   The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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Bank of Montreal
COAL
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box  345
OFFICE: FMKT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH.
CAPITAL	
RESERVE   	
Branches throughout Canada and New tc
New  York.  Chicago ai_
ESTABLISHED 1817.
 $14,400,000.0"
       $11,000,000.00
lu.laud. and   iu   Loudou,   England
Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City      A   inn
eral Banking  Business Transacted.
-etters, ot Credit Issued, available wi U_ correspondents in all parta of the
World.
Saving* Bank  Department.     Deposits received In aums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over  $lt.S,000.000.00.
N'.W  WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYMNER. Mans.tr-"
'Phone   1C1S.
HEW WESTMINSTER
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OOKSLEY'S
Pictu
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C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dmater. m All Kind* of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminater
POSTCARDS
ARK NOW  ON  SALE  aT
M. MOREY'S  STATIONERY   STORE.
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
F.  MACKENZIE'S DRUG   STORE.
Westminster
Transfer Co
137
to
Office 'Phone 18b.      Barn 'Phoni
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly
any part ot the clty.
light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
The plan-, profile and estimate   of; FOR   S.ALE ��� Motor    launch;    well-
found aud fast; seats fourteen passengers.    .Apply to Motor , 3ox   M.,
New Westminster.
WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms; must ihe moderate; near
bridge preferred. .Apply Post Office
Box 732.
FOR SALE���First class furniture at
362 Royal avenue, corner of Fourth
street; must be sold this week, as
parties are leaving town.
V E S T M I N S T E R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management.
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 271.0. Vancouver, B. C.
; Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEi-EY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
."hone   431. P. O. 6o��  885.
Notice
Notice is hereby given that the Vancouver Power company, Limited, has
this day deposited in the Land Registry Office at the City ot New Westminster, British Columbia, the plan
and book of reference of the West-
mlnster-Chllllwack Railway Extenslo
from a point at or near lots one and
two, city block four in the City of
New Westminster, to Al>'.,otsford passing through the Municipalities of
Surrey, Delta, Langley, Matsqui and
the townsite of Ahbotsford in the
District of New Westminster, being
section one, two and three of said
railway, as shown on the said plan a*'d
approved and sanctioned by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
the Province of British Columbia.
Dated 'bis 7th day of August, A. D,
19ns.
A. B. BECK,
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Solicitor for the Vancouver Powi r
Company limited.
SILird Block, New Westminster, B C"
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| Electric Railway Service
* l._..,irh_n    1 lne. Citv    Linf.*       Pnria   lunvo   tram
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wav
stations will run every half-
hour from 6:50 a. ni. Last
car leaves at 11 p. ��'���
(Last ear lv. Vancouvei  11:30.)
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty mtautes tor botb Sapperton and city limits ever the
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram ��
office on the hour, twenty min- X
utes after and forty minutes af- -
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
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Sunday Service   tiait-nnuriy between 8.80 a.m. and 11 p.m.
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British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
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~T* j and the same thing.    This might hai a
been right when the Tories absolutely
. presented the right  to   i-ut    i >    the
Published by the Daily .News Pub-   ,,���, ,,,,.. ()f .������,���,.. sections, but   under
lishing   Company,   Limited,   at   the.r   lh(,  Llbera] admlniBtration  there  was
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front
streets. New  Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
a purchase price In contradistinction
to the old give away system and to
hold this clause over the heads of investors and loggers with their plaut
on the limit was the means of keeping
capital back and consequently development was retarded, so that as an art
nl' justice to the investor, the clause
which bad been inoperative was re
moved and doubt was cleared away.
There may be differences of opinion
TIMBER DEALS. | as  to values  and  the prices secured
Mr. Ames, of stereoptican fame, is J fl)1. certaln sections, but one thing is
showing in the Northwest just now. absolutely sure, the Government real
At. Edmonton the other night, he got ized a fair price on timber .sections
.badly tangled up in his estimate of the 0n which this Mr. Ames had refused
limber   resources   of   the   Dominion., t0  ,,av   a8 hl his np*njor, tney    were
absolutely   worthless.     Mr.   Ames had
FRIDAY.  SEPTEMBER 4,  1908.
With the usual idea that the people
are- ignorant of the  facts,  Mr. Ames
to admit that he could not
lay
declared that "the Government has I specific charge against any official of
permitted the major portion of our Ihe department, but that things were
timber resources to pass into the suspicious and anything held under
hands of speculators." This is the one isuspicion by the Tories must be wrong,
discordant note that has been sounded Mr Ames even asSerted that intend-
again and again and is not the correct lng tenderers bung around the banks
rendering of the truth. ],,,   ,,,.,,.���   |h(,     amount    ot    accepted
lu the twelve years that the presentIcheques so that they could bid a little
Liberal administration haa been in | higher and coupled the names of
control, it has sold 6500 miles of Mm-, some of ,lu, (.k.;l,u,st business men of
ber lands. Only ignorance would call| Canada with this skulking practice.
this the "major" pan of our timber re-1 Mr Aliu,s knew when he gave utl --
sources. Mr. Ames quoted as an au-jance t0 these scandalously lying state-
thoritj Mr. Stewart and it is strange ments that they, with everj other
that while the speaker quoted Mr. charge of like kind, were taken up
Stewarl when ll suited his purpose, he j .,,.���., th(, ���(>0I. ,������ thl. llous��� h, y,,iy
[ailed to quote the same gentlenJan last and completely refuted. This Ian
as giving bis expert opinion that we tern specialist could not see the bus!-
possessed 123.600 square miles of Lesslike caution in not operating a
merchantable      timber.      Subtracting j.......  mji| a[ Edmonton untll ,,  paper
6500    ll'""1    ,-:;-,;""    leaves    m>100 mill was in sight-to be fed with   the
square miles unalienated.    Jlr. Ames i    j
had better get the figures put upon a Because these people did nol go ou
lantern slide for future use. I, will Lfl ftnanclal ruin they are held up as
be see,, thai the proportion sold is thieveSj gnxneri and arch-manipula-
insigniftcant compared to the whole ��� ,,���.. Anv ordlnary m;,n with a dollar
limber area and it is expert opinion LQ jnves| wouM nitlu,|. tn,s. ,t ,() {he
thai the areas cut can be cm over persons who composed the Imperial
again In twenty years, so there does p^ Companv thliu put [t ia tlK,
not seen, much chance of Mr. Ames' 'g nf men ,iki, Mi. kmea< fm. ��� fi
opinion becoming factor being accepted In prophecy as worth much.
The same opportunity was taken to
say that these 6..00 square miles have
been given away. What are the facts?
These timber lands were administered
under the same system and in the
same way by the Conservatives prior
to 1896 which had its adoption by the
Tnries In 1^'Ji. There was one exception,   for under  the  Tory   regime the
JUST to remind you that TO-DAY is the opening
day of the greatest price-slashing event ever
conducted in New Westminster. Mrs. A. J.
Birtch's $15,000 stock of Women's and Children^
Ready-to-wear Garments is in the hands of Lewis
Bros. & Co., of Toronto, and will be converted into
cash at 30 to 60 cents on the dollar. Doors open at
9 o'clock.
..The White House..
Mrs. A. J. Birtch Mrs. A. J. BiRTCH
Lewis Bros. & Co., Toronto, Ont.
regulations gave the Department
power to cancel the leases after ono
year, or refuse to renew  which is one
i another if it suits his purpose, and
the exercise of the law is lax enough
to allow him to do so. If this lantern
crew conies this way, we will give
them a few pointers of how timber
waa grafted when the Conservatives
were in power and incidentally run
them up against a breach of the Independence of Parliament Act for them
11 explain away.
"Thirty feet to the gulf."
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N . i,:. Sh les Regular ." i
: ;i.;," . Special for this ���*������ ��� .
 $3.50
This is positively the last call to our great shoe clearance sale.
The prudent buyer has been here, bought all the shoes he could
possibly use, and gone on his way rejoicing.
Regular  |6.50;   the best ever;
Sale price $5.00
Specials
Women's   White    Canva ���    Oxl ir i -
for   93c.
Women'.   Patent   Oxford-,   \:i.,-     ra
make, [or $3.50
Women's   Kb!    Oxfords,    American
make, tor $2.00
wide    Oxfords    with    low    heels,
for  $175
Some odd  sizes in  Women's  $3 and
$1 Oxfords. Today for $1-00
Now, Reader, It's Up to You!
If you let this great ashoe opportunity escape you, the fault is yours- not ours.
If you come in for a look, you'll buy and
wonder why you did not come before.
We've still many good things in store for you
that you certainly can not afford to ignore.
LAST CALL, SIR! This sale will po: itively
end with the closing of our doors on Saturday
night.
Me i'.- $5.00 Oxfords In Tan
an i i.l ick for  $3.50
Men's %t\.... Patents, American make, for  $3.95
$2.60 and $3.00 White Bhoea
for $1.75
Good  shoes  for every day.
Regular juice $3 and $11.ail.
Today's   price      $2.25
BUY      NOW
Packard Shoes;  $0.00 tor $3.95
Johnston's Big Shoe House Ltd,
The Sign of the Big   Electric   Shoe
; i     !���      t Oj
for	
Ladies'   Pumps   in   tan  and
Cross make;  regular $5.00; now  ' '��� "'
Ladies'  Ann riean    Patents;    i��Pec
price   ^-2'J ��pA>
SEPTEMBER
1908.
THL UAiux __>_..
Ilie Cash Stores
T. M.  S
i t h j The tasti Stores
25c Miss* -
10c pair
aes' Gloves for
40c Boys' and Gi      lashraere
Host*. _
Grand Exhibition of
New Fall Suit Models
Practically Unlimited Assortment of Fashionable
FALL ATTIRE
dipsed all our former efforts in order to present to our patrons the most resentatlve Lne
s in the city.   Every  suit  has  the individuality, snap and  dressiness  ���*. .. none but    the
i-.',,.  to incorporate  in  their work.    We asl    .ou t. thes    models
, ,   .ourselves of our vast
��� ���'
v York designers are
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Superiority in Tailored Suit Elegance
Suit   models are exceptlonallj  clever, including materials  In   in irari.  >    of
::,,n   broadcloths, plain and fancy cheviot.-, herringbone  worsh . lev   Chevron
teds; alBo an extenBlve showing of imported novelty suitings ln gen The
.-.in and form attlng, with long sweping lines, plain talk ed oi rlth   satin and
with a choice of pleated  or  flare-gored  skirt-   Advance   sale prl. $25, $35. $45.
September Sale of Fancy and Household Linens
mosl    good
..... among 'be most successful  of the year..   A Bale timed  to do
botelkeepers, and all who wish to secure a supply beton  exhibition time.
Fancy Tray Cloths and Unen  Scarfs  at  half price.    Think what  this   means   to  you,  a  cloth
ior $150, and  so on.    Every    piece    of fancy linen is Blmplj cut in halt.
A
l ,    ,. bad this  W66K
at
$8.00 HEMSTITCHED SETS *5.50.
. Q  blea. hed Table Sets;    doth Blze 3x4;
an  ind, with one dozen large napkins
I .. ::,   flne linen  set  and    sells    at
Sale  Price $5-50
$1.95   TABLE   NAPKINS   $1.25.
��� ong   heavy,   al]   linen   Napkin,    size    -"*<
:,.       i         ���: ety  of   pretty    patterns.      Regu-
.     . ,,.. ;;.   Sale   Price        $1-25
$9.50   PATTERN   SET.  $6.95.
,   ; mn p ittern   Sal     In    an    extra     heavy
:  cloth,   size   2x2%    j ird -.   with   border
..  sides,   with   one   dozen   24x24   Inch
rhls .-".lies in very handsome designs
,       ���       set,   Sale   price i.   $6.95
$3.50 PATTERN CLOTH $235
,. item Cloth,  border
an      ��� li    ini      wearing       Unen
��� ich. Sale price $2.35
20c.  HUCK TOWELS 15c.
. . ,,  ii... -   ,-.,- ��� 21x42, hem-
Mi]        it in    excellent
Sale  price   15c
$1.85 TABLE LINEN $1.19
Extra flne Imported  German silver  Bleached   Damask,
an extremely heavy  quality,   very   choice designs;    60
inches  wide;  wears for .'"ars   Regular value Jl.*-:, yard.
Sale  price ���t'1-19
24-tnch Na'jkins to match    $3.25 doz.
$1.35  TA3LE   LINEN   98c
Full two yards wide,   e:.trj   heavj   bleached   Satin   Damask, 10 new designs     This   Is   a   good,   .turd)   line...
that   will  stand the  wear     Regulai   price,  $1.35 yard
Sale   Price         98c.
$1.10 TABLE  LINEN 79c.
All   pure  Irish Damask,   73   Inches     wide,     beautiful
new designs;  the best $1 10 Linen In the city;  stands
Ol   hard   wear      Sale  price         79c
$3.00 TABLE NAPKINS $1.95
A very heavy   all pure, linen satin damask  Table Nap
kin, 22x22 Inches;   very neal  designs     Regular    price
$3.00 doz.   Sale  Price ' $1.95
40c   LINEN   TOWELS  25c
on., big lot  ol   fli -:   Towels  In   Damask   and
Hu. k,  with  plain mi                    i             bemstltche l
��� |         ... |       ' .    md 10c qua!
all   go  al Sale   price 25c
A  n,
the "Au
(>t v.
comm,       ,    |
vest,
ticia   . onstabb
well, li sei ved   bohda
Taken Off
House
Furnishing
8 wire tapestry in Floral and
Block   patt.   ns,    Reg.  90<   and
$1.00 per yard, tor, 60c pei  yard
Make and Lay Free.
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For (   : any floral work,
jring up Tidy, ,;     phone 184. *
Amon ;,, :hl, citj  yeB-
' terday svere  Miss, itmh Saville and
B. Thompson   from Uradon, Kngland.
LEE'S
(Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
Marcus Cox, a well known Pitt  lake
procpec o     ind   I apper,   arrived    in
the city   yesterday  on one of his pe-l.
riodical \ Islts
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER.
Opposite  Lome Street,      Phone 73.
B.  C.
house,
For Bale s ren roomed
bath room, pantries, closet- wood-|WItn Westminster's twelve beat in-
shed, horse stall, carriage house; termediat.es on the Held, Fairvle-*.
fruit trees; on full lot For further would have very little chance of an
particulars apply to own,-. 192Eighth|nexin8 the Mission mug, but a- cir
street.
e  locals  win  be shy  .wo or three I shapelj girls, bright music and comical
of their best men. there is every pros    situations  which,  however    magically
peel   of a   close  game  ...King   place
arranged, nevertheless remain funny,
.he critic who asked for a plat in addition would be captious indeed.
Under the   itage direction o_    that
prince of funmakers, Teddy Webb, the
Icumstancee have turned out, il looks  v,,,rk of tUt, whole companj goes with
as  if  both   side-   had   an   equal   -how.
H. Ryall Is showing in store j for the trophy.    A number of enthu
Borne fine garden peaches, one wejgh- Blasts   wlll    accompanj    he   boys   to
ing bIx and one half ounces and hav   Mission.
inn a circumference of nine and   unci .	
half Inch. -
[MUSICAL COMEDY PLEASES
Aid, Shiles has returned from   two
New Arrivals of Warm Blankets
justilj  te
pn ��� il ..
latlon   '
,,,;-..���    .' ,    ' ' i ,
tied  us ra      0
Hoarding .ers, en
ilttii
���y >���     -    in   tock.
them   t ,    bu;      il    Wholesale
ALL  WOOL  BLANKETS IN  WHITE   FROM   $3.75   TO   $12.00.
ALL   WOOL   BLANKETS   IN   GREY   FROM   $103  TO   $3.75.
UNION  BLANKETS  IN  GREY  FROM  $2.75  TO  $5.53.
H. S
ITH
The   Store   Value   Built
i iBBtiuiiHMiafiiwaaBiaugartK^
��ee That Dinner Set
"Get the Habit"
i our window for - $20.00
���e have others at       -     -       $16.50
$15.00 down to $8.00.
fou can get one to please you here
WHAT HABIT?
ADAMS & DEANS
GROCERS Prompt Delivery
lone 97
%
n Fair
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���airs
Watch Rep;
'   ,vim. or not,  ninnlng satisfactorily, bring  .;
- , and make it. run properly.    Probably you have
mt which is not acting as it should, if so we can
���vn to the second     ��������� :-   uttlng it. In proper ord -���'
jew e,ptr
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W- C. CHAMBERLIN Tl^
I GIVE US A TRIAL
:i - . ,,iuni.ia  St
N.-..V   Westmin
- .., a       hlna Milk I'M* **
laturday Special
e. fer 20c.
-Five quires Note
w, ek ��� t , ��� il Boundarj Hav He - ij's
that the camping season is over, onlj
two families remaining at the popular
summer resort.
i The meeting or represent itlves of
th,. various municipalities interested
in the promotion of a join: water
scheme called for Mondaj al the city
hall, Vancouver, has been postponed
till Wednesday.
For tirst class cut flowers pot plants
or bouquet-, telephone Davis & Son.
florists.   Tel   B 208 **
Tin- gov. mini i; Petrel has been
ordered to tow the new dipper dredge
to Victoria, fo dredging work.
Re. .1 ll Muirhead, of Revelstoke,
left yestei daj   foi hi - home,
Not made to please the eye, but to
please the palate The "B. C." and
"Old Sport" Clgai **
i'.  S. Keith is att. ndlng the  Inter-
j nal ion il i    ..   ..    !���'    conv. ntlon at
| Denv. i.  ' 'oloi ido, this month,  representing  th.   13    i     gi an !  lodge     Ile
with his wlf.   for   the
south.
The   Otti         ���   '. loaded,   up
lx tons o .ni the
Royal  Citj   mill    I      P to��
.
lng box.      She i ���   . ':- ;  - ;
SI - '-ii.i river, \   i Van   n   -
Mrs.   William   Johnston. .
w-     i. .1. Johnston, and Mi in i Mi
W.  S.  Colllstei   have return I to 1
citj   after spending part  o the sum
; mer at   Carraholly,   the  pat
lng camp on  Wednesday.
Quite -i  numbei  ol ch u Sal
mon - Grand SI i-1 pei swei i, ��� , be
drawn nt Victoria on Tues la next,
h p.,. been sol I to local pi ingei - h)
J. G   Gamon, S ilmon's agenl   In this
cili        Tb,     SI      I/ ������. ���     will
Doncaster, England, on Sept, 9, the
resull being known here ea In the
la
Work   is  nlmosl   complete    on   the
��� \ind, ***,here the steam roller has
been   bus.   foi   some   day.-.     \;        i
.-reet   is  now  cleared  of  stumps, and
iu  approach   made  for the    DCCUp ���    . .
Uti ntlon will be Riven at on. ��� to
, Blair avenue, the chairman of the
, board of works having heen over the
treets al Sapperton yestei lo.
nut of i eapect to the mi morj of ou
member,  Mrs.   M. J,  Dean,   lhe
; mi mbers of the W   C. T. U. are   re-
qui  "'.i to assemble al the residence
Irs. James Gilley for the funeral
Ice at 2 p.m. this afternoon.   The
lar  meeting of the union  will In
consequ. nee be  posl poned  until   I 30
p.m **
The prospects [or the long delay,
cement Bidewalks on Columbia streel
are brightening, as some of those
owners who have stood out long
. auainsi assessment under the local
Improvement plan are realizing thai
���he very necessary Improvement will
nol prove .us costly as wn- feared.
(.wiiii; to lhe presenl position of affairs, one owner can hold Up lm-
provenients, and this has been done it.
.. number of instances, wooden walks
going down when renewal was required because all tbe frontagers
would not agree.
The team of Westminster Intermediate lacrosse players which is to
meet the Fairview twelve at Mission
'Ity on Labor Day will be selected at
i meeting to be held this evening. A
handsome cup is hung up as a trophy
i tor thy winners or tho match, and,, as
VANCOUVER   AUDIENCE
a snap from the rise of the attain
For the "*���' H maj be said that a
better companj of willing and able
performers ll would be hard to gi;
together. Thej enter joj-ously into
the tun of the opera and as there is a
laugh In everj line an appreciative
audience is kept amused throughout.
The staging Is excellent and the coe
turning  at   all times handsome.
lbe municipal authorities tor Burna-
b\  have sent out notice-: notifying the
Dealing with  "Fantana,"   i  mus ��� al
co i    �� hid. is to be seen here   on
Mo    ,. night, the Vancouver Province
Baj The    San     Francisco    Opera
companj opened -a week's engagement
with  the Japanese    musical    comedy  present propertj  owners of the inten
'Fn,-ani,-   an  attractive     production   tion, if approved by the taxpayer,   to
which Beldom fails to please.    Of plot   abolish the ward system at present in
there Is of course, but little pretense,  vogue and simply elect the six coun
but   with    numbers    of    pretty    and cillors from the municipality.
��� Liberal Convention!
I
A Convention will be held at New
Westminster,
WEDNESDAY. Sept. 30, 1908,
(the second day of the Provincial Fair),
I
, for the purpose
interests of the
in the Hardman Hall, al 2 p. m.
of nominating a candidate in the
Liberal party.
Primary meetings are to be held between the
22nd and 30th of September.
Each district association is entitled to send
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.
J, \V. MacDonald, President,
w. .1. Cunningham, Secretary.
New Westminster Liberal Association.
I
I nis    Represents
tKe Money I
Can Save You
On  Insurance
li takes a lot ot talking to oonvinoe some people of the positive fact  that   I can  save ?OU  ti .1  dollars on your tire or any other
kind of Insurance, bul once u,u ,,,-,, convinced you will appreciate
the t '���.'   - 'vina I can make you.
The reason I cm save you money is because I write for strong
Independent Canadian companies that are not controlled by the
trust and I can give you low rates on good risks.
Just call and net my rate; and yon will be convinced as others
are doing every  day.
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THE DAILY HEWS.
Friday
SEPtember
SMELTERS PASS INTO   j
CONTROL Of SYSTEM
Rockefeller Family Now
Hold.-. Controlling Interest
In Guggenheim Properties
New Vork, Sepi, ;: ���Financial dn eg
today are excited over the fact re-
vealed yesterday that the American
Smelting and Refining company.
which, nexi to the Standard oil and
the St, el Trust, Is thi largest concern |
in the United State-, is under the
domination of the Rockefellers.    Thi
Guggenheim interest- that have developed the greal trust will be lefl ir,
.-.civ,. control, but the Rockefellers
will bold the majority of the stock.
.lohn D. Rockefeller, jlr., has been
entrusted with the duty of looletng
after the stock and financial affairs of
the concern. Last October, when the
Guggenheims were hind pressed, he
made them a loan
Sunlight Soap
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at
Five Cents a Bar
.line
since   thai
in control,
With tlit ir usu&l astuteness, the
it,,i kefellens kept sen-ret their relations
with the Guggenheims by having the
Old board-of directors of the smelting
trust re-elected. With 'he addition of
one man, Walter T. Page, who was
himself a Gugguiheim representative,
But the'deal was engineered by James
Phillips, jr., the confidential financial
agent of the Rockfeller interests, It
is thought their control] of the smelter
InSuBtry will soon be as absolute as
tbat of the Standard 'iSil.
���ynopsis     of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Auy even numbered section of Dominion lauds  in   Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting _ aud 26,
not reserved, ua-ay be homes leaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
family, or any male over lfc yea-rs of
of  $2(),000.(.u.i and   age. to the extent ot oae-QUurter *ec-
tiou of 160 acres, more or less.
Application for entry must be
ma le in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Land.- Agency or sub-
igency for the district in which the
laud is situate. KUitry by proxy may,
no we wr, be made at a.n agency on
ce.-uuu condition- by the lather, another, son, daughter, brother or eister of
;_q intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to .perform the homestoad duties under one
ut' the following plans
Notice to Contractors
has   been   practical..
,...,, to the order of tie Commission-
a,, ���_
i      of the Transcontinental Railway,
.,.     dlows:
Sec. -No- li District "C". .$150,000
].-, , Sec. No. t. District "(_'"..  150,000
j      Sec. No. 3, Dist, "D & E".  150,1	
] ,    Sec. No. 4, District "E"  . .   150,000
;-,    Sec. No. 5, Dist. "B &. F"..  200,000
j      Sec. No. 0, District. "F".. 100,000
Vny person whose tender is accept-
lhal! within ten days alter ihe ac   '
,, tance thereof furnish  such    additional approved  security as  may  be
.   dred by the Commissioners;  sign
.,,,,. contract, specifications, and other
documents required to be signed by
-aid  Commissioners;  and. in any'
im i
case of refusal or failure on the part.
ol the pai.y whose .euder is accepted
to  complete   and  execute    a  contract
with the said Commissioners, and to
; furnish   the   additional   approved     se-   p ,,
curity  within   ten   days   alter   the  ac-1
ceptance of   the    tender,    the    said
cheque shall be forfeited to the Commissioners as liquidated damages f<u-
such refusal or failure and    all    con-
' tract rights acquired  by the  acceptance of ibe tender shall be forfeited.
The   cheques   deposited    by    parties
whose lenders are accepted will be d1'
l-osited to the credit of ihe Receiver
General of Canada as part of the security  for   ibe  due  and  faithful   performance of the contract according to
its   terms.       Cheques     deposited     by
parties   whose   lenders    are     rejected
will  be returned within  ten  d,ay.   al-
gt s.   RAMONA!Canadian PacificRail;
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
'   Mi, ion and way ports, with pas-
sengers  and freight.
\    Leaves    Brackman & Ker    wharf,
New Westminster,  Tuesdays,  Thursdays and  Saturday at 8am.
! 6aves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fn-
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
Fe:. rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT"  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
K.  W1I1TMOKF. Secretary.
���rltljh  Columbia r���
TIME TABU
SKAGWAY R0UTE
Princess    \i.
July 21, 27, ;     Vanc0UV8l
���* - victor IZ\M
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Princi
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P-in.
daily except   I
Steamer Cl
Princes-   , ���   ""-^l,
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cept Wedm .1.., ululy tu|
WESTMINSTER VICTORIA  nn    I
I    S.S. Trad, . ,     A Ro^|
NewWestmi, Jjji
Leaves Ne\ .      '���
ne-day
':    .
WEST
,ox 474.        Tel. 53.
Estimates   Submitted
If..  129
SCALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, marked on the envelope "Tender for Construction." will
be received at the office of the Commissioners of the Transcontinental
Railway, at Ottawa, until twelve
o'clock noon of Thursday, the 20tb
day of August, lHOs, for the work required for the constructkra., in ��c-
eordance with the plans, profile** and ',
specifications of the Commissioners,
of the following sectlousof the Tratvs-
Attention is called to the following
(1)    District "C."���From-a point d*-'-lciaust,s jn the form of contract:
���signaled  on  the  plans of    the  Com- ���     -xw  mechanics,   laborers,   or  other
missioners near  Weymontachene,    iu  persons who perform labor   for   tie
the  province of Quebec, 196.36 miles j purposes  of the construction of    the
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   hences,   Crest
ings,  Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
^^^^^.      'AST route,
SS  Teei
Leaves V.,       , n ,,... j,.
H2-*****01' for Clayonfl
Mosquko H . *s|
of each  in, i. :1
"orU; 20th   ' '   :,: J1
Quatsino, Cape Scott and ��, J
^^^^^^^^        ami wav
VANCOUVEH-NANAIMO
S. b Joan
Leaves  Vanci
RouteI
P-m
&nd Sati
��� es N'si
'������i^i
ter the signing of the contract.
Office  and  Works:
Tenth Street,
leaves    at  1   p
7  a.  in.       ^^^^^^
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .   N/ta
COMOX-UNION   roUTl
S.S. City of Nanaimo,
Leaves Victor , ��� , -..
Kow Wpstmlnstpr rlvefl N"li4i"   '
New weMiimibier    LeayeB Nll       s .
arrives Victoria 'J
(1)    At least *ix months' reeideuct. . -est of the north abutment   of    the works hereby contracted for  shall be
uj.un  and   cultivation  of  the land  ln I Quebec bridge,  (such point being on J j,,^ sucn w;lges as are generally ac
  "" ��������"���     '"t-'Pen    nistrleta.   "C" I ,���w ��� ������������, ,��� mm7l(ltMti ���,,,.,
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Coal  Industry
Threatened
in States
each year for three years.
(.2) J_ homesteader may, if he so
fisstoss, perform the required re��i-
denoe duties by living 4b farming
iund owned solely bv him. not less
tiian -eighty  (SO)  acres  in Mtent. in
the bouiitlary   between   Districts  "C" | cepted as current for competent work-
and   "D")  westerly for a distance   of J
about 107 miles.    Date of completion,
31st December, 1910.
District "C."���Ffroni a point de
men in the district in which the work
ls ibeing performed, and if there is
no current rate in su^h district, then
.a fair   and  reasonable   rate;   and,  in
If   you   want   to    enjoy     yoill     trip
across the continent-
Travel  by the Scenic    Railway
America.
Through   Dining Tourist  and  Fit*
ianu -owueu   mj-uij   v*   ���*>*"���   "��-          (.,j   District "C. ���iFfrom a point ue- *��  "*"   '*-""   "-"     ' '       I     hoouku  �� o
J_han eighty   (80)  acres  in extent, in I ^ ^ the plaag ,of the Commis. I the event of a dispute arising as   to  (.]us.   groping Cars
the vioinity of his homestead.   Joint    . ,of | what is the current or a fair and rea-      Eastern Express 1<
Helena,  Mont., Sept. 3.���The industrial  peace    of Montana,  Washington
and  Wyoming  binges  on  the  conference   begun   hero   today   between   the
coal   millers and    the     United    Mine
Workers over the question of a wage
scale ior the northwest.    Failure    to
reach an agreement will mean a general   strike   affecting     Montana     and
Washington,  and   will    prolong    the
Wyoming  tie-up  that   has  held  mining qpuralions in that slate at a standstill   for  several  we^k*.
Should a genera.] strike he called in
ownership in land will not meet this |slonelt-   iluuu**   "*    ""--    -���    ��� I .    ,.
Weymontachene, in the Provinae   of i Bonable rate, it shall be determined by
reqU-Fcment. , . . .
(3)   if the father (or mother, if the ��,iel'vc-' westerly t0 the end   ot   the the Commissioners,   whose   decision
homesteader IGrand Trunk Pacific    Railway   C��m-  sha" he final.
pany's contract,  a distance  of .about|    "This agreement is subject    to the
1114.07 miles.   Date of completion, .list j regulations now    in force,    or wiiich
may at any time hereafter be in force
father is deceased) of a
nivs  permanent residence on  farming
land owned solely  by  him,  not less	
than eighty (SO) acres in extent, ln j December, 1910.
the oioinity of the homestead, or up- (3) Districts **D" and "E,"���rrom
ou a homestead entered for by him a 1)oint designated on the plans of th��
.in the vicinity, such homesteader may | Commissioners, being at the western
perform his own residence duties by , end of FauquleT Bros; AblUbl con-
li-ring with the tether (or mother). ;Uu.t ,n t,K, ProviDCe Qf Ontario, m a
14)    Tne lerm -vicinity" in the two j westerly  direct|oa fw a distanco    of
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more tlwui nine miles in
a'direct line, exclusive of the width
of road allowances crossed in 'he
.measurement.
(5i    A   homesteader   Intending    to
���perform   his   .esiden.e   duties   in   ac-
the three states lt would mean mat -wdiuice with tbe above while living
18,00i) .to 25,000 wen,and the coal out- ,,-iih parents or on farming land own-
put of the northwest would ge cut off ��d by 'himself must notify the agent
aim aw entirely for the district of such intention.
 Six months' notice in writing must
fte given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    I iipply for patent.
, ! W.  W. CORY.
Tenders will be received by the un- < . .  .    ...
Oeputv of the Minister of the Interior,
dersigned up to K'-id-.y. the  lib inst.,,
at  noon, foi  the clearing and grading;    N.   B.���I'nauthorlzeti  publication of
of one acre of land  at the corner of]thla   advertisement   will   not.  be  paid
Tenders Wanted
about 104.24 miles. Date of completion,
31st December, 19ML
141 District "K. ���From a point de-
signated wi the plane of the Commissioners, about sixty miles west of the
easterly boundary of District "E," in
the Province of Ontfjlo, easterly to
the end of Fauquier Bros; contract,
north of Lake Nepigon, distance of
above 100 miles. Date of completion,
31st December, 1910.
(a) Districts "E" and "!*'."--From
a point designated on the p'.ans of the
Commission,-vt*, at the western end of
Fauquier Bros.' contract .north of Lake
during the construction of the works
hereby contracted for, made under the
authority of the Department of Labor.
and which are, or shall be, applicable
to such works." (The schedule of
minimum wages determined upon by-
said Department will form part of the
contract).
"The contnactor shall in connection
with the whole of the said work, as
far as practicable, use only material,
machinery, plant, supplies and rolling
stock manufactured or produced in
Canada, provided tlie same can be obtained as cheaply, and upon as good
terms, In Canada as elsewhere, having
regard to quality and  price."
The contractor shall conform to the
flre regulations adopted by the Commissioners, and also to the laws and
regulations respecting fires in the different provinces wherein the work Is
Eastern Express leaves at 7.1a.
Atlantic Express leaves at 17:25.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED. GOTJLET,
Agent. New Westminster
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   v_n.x_uv.ir.
SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODOE. NO. 27 ���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held In Oddfellews' hail Columbia street, every Monday evening
at S o'clock.
V O. U. W.��� FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tues
day In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. 0. D. W. hall. Odd
fellows'   block,   Clarkson   street
RIVERS  INLET, VAN ANDA,U��
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. everj Jto
day, from Vancouver   10 ll(j
[Thursday.   Returning arrhmtM
i couver Sunday afternoon; _t V;rJ
of   Monday morning, via "UdysaU,
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE
S.S.  Amur.
Leaves Vancouver ..-.: .:.: :-,;|
every   month.
UP RIVER
Beaver���
From   New   Westminster Mm
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Tbn
and Saturday.
LOWER  FRASER RIVER.
S. S. Transfer.
Steamer Transf    :��� ives N-.J-J
master Men 1 '.We
Thursday, Frida;. an S I
p.m. Except Satui lay i' :
tional trip Mon
Leave    Westl
��� Tuesday,  We In. ��� i
urday at 7  a m     I    1     ���
tional   trip  *-'
5   p.m.
iOURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clnrk. in the small
hall, Oddfellows'  block.
For   reservations ana uuo
cal] or nddres..
ED GOULBI
Agent. New \v-.-.--,*,f!|
B. ..  COTUf
fiist. Oen. Pass   Agenl v..  ,-.|
J. W. TROUT
Oener.il  Bnuerintmrlent. rirtrtl
.Nepigon,  in the Province of Ontario,  M��� Performed
First   street   and Fourth avenue. The tor
Jowest  or any  tender not  necessarily
aK-epti-ft
W.  A. iDUNCAN
'ROFEeeiDNAL.
City  Hall,
Aug,  J,X
Citv Clerk
1908.
Notice to Contractors
7VHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   Solicitor,  etc.,     42   Lome  Street,
opposite ,Qount House, New Westmin-
I ster.    Phone 142.
A.
. '
Sealed tenders will be received by I��,hitESIDE & EDMONDS, Banrl.
the undersigned up to noon of Tues- |f t(_,f. .llul BoUcltors, Blackie Blk.
day, Sepi Sth, for the erection and Columbia street, New Westminster
completion of   proposed    Oddfellows'   w, .1. Whiteside, II. L. Bdmondfl.
.Il-ill    ,,.,.'     Eiglith    and      Carnarvon i
.,;.. ���������
Plans aud   speclflcaili n     maj     he
- ��� en at the office of C.  11. ��� How, Ar-
���  -.
I.i,.,,. ,,.   u     ten    .  n a  nei.
,1    W. Mael.dNAI.I),
Chairman  of dommittee.
(VI
AltTIN  &   McQUARRIE,  HARRIS-
���Oft'
Block,    cornai
ters, eolicitora, etc.   Offices, New
Westminster,    Trapp
. ;        on  and   I..
What They All Say I vv
"I didn't know vo could
get uw.h good work in West -
minster."
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 PRICE
westerly to a point at or near r>>g
Lake, a distance of about. 126 miles.
Date of completion,   1st   September,
a.I 10.
(ll) District "P."���Fnom a point designated on the plans of the (Junimis-
sloners at or near Dog Lake, in the
Province of Ontario, Ui a point at or
about mile 2.6 west of what, is known
as Peninsula Crossing, by alternative
routes as .shown on the plans, a distance of a,1,out 23.76 mlltes by the
northerly route, and 24.Kl tnib-s by the
southerly route, and the selection of
the route, to be at the option of the
Commissioners. Date of completion,
is; September, 1909,
Plans, profiles aud spi ciflcatlons
may be seen In the offh e i ' the Chief
m,...|- of the Commlsi loners at
Ottawa: all o In the office ��� of tne following District .engineers, viz: John
\>l'ii. Acting Distrlcl Engineer, North
Bay, Onl ; T. S, Armstrong, Nepigon,
i it and S. It. Poulln, St. Boniface,
Man.
Pei on tendering are notified thai
tende . nill not be considered unlesi
made in duplicate, and on  the printed
farms supplied by the Commissioners.
A separate tender must be submitted for each section
Tenderers shs.ll not be in any way
entitled to rely upon the classification
or any other Information given by any
person on behalf of the .'on.missioners; and before submitting any tender, bidders Bhould make a careful
examination   of   the   plans, profiles,
  drawings  and  specilic;,.t.ions, and  read
'The  Pioneer Limited"  St. Paul toj the forms to be executed, and fully,in-
forni  them
The  right is  reserved  to reject any
or all tenders.
By order,
P. B. RYAN,
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway.
Ottawa, 18th July, 1908.
Newspapers Inserting this advertise
ment without authority from thi
Commissioners, will nol te paid for 11
FRATERNAL   ORUER   OF   EAGLES
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday '
evening  at  8  p.  in , iu  the  Eagles'
hall,    Columbia    street.    A.    Clark,   jjj
W.  Pres.;   H. Schofleld, Secretary.
Mail Service
ii
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., In Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia street.
HaS-P1
,:,.:. m
GEORGE i'.. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solid.or, Gulchon block, Colum-
.,   md McKenzie streets. New West
minster, B. C.
���ON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE I8LES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland,
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner  Kighth St.   ind    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   S7D
BOWELL &   ODDY.  Proprietor*
spatched by C   P
a.m.; close 6  -
Sumas and BeattU
I daily.
I    Millside  No.   1,  dailj
day;   Sapperton   No. 1,
' Sundav.   .Mails received I
Dispatched by B. C. Electric tit]
Co., 6:110 a.m.
Vancouver,  No  1, dallyeiW
days.   Return mail r. .IveilOtJ
Vancouver,   No.    ;   mi
Lake;  closes at 3 _
J cept Sunday.    Return mails teeg
at il;;il p.m.    ^^^^^^^^
Dispatched by C, P R '���    \
p.m.. mail clc '���  " 16;^
Calgary and Vancouver,
    I   ��� lirst mail). _________________���
 _.____��____--__--������ ......BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
""*"���"" . at   10:30 a.in. .
USE   OF    COLUMBIA     LODGE     No.
115,   SONS  OF   ENGLAND,   B.   6.���       <-  '��� "   *N"   "'
Rod Hose Degree meets Second and of Lytton, excepi   i  ���
Fourth   Wednesday  of each   month, iHarriaon    Hot    Spi '
Porl I      ���*"'
I.   O.   O.  F.���Royal   City   Loctgi.,   No.   3
���Meets In oddfellows' Hall, Columbia street, every Friday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
��� ��� made welcome, c. E. ililley,
N. (',.; ('. E, Osborne, P. Q , recording secretary.
I".   II A N S PO RD.     Barrister.
Solicitor, etc, Crescent block,
��� o.Mier      Columbia     and     McKenzie
treats, New Westminster, B. 0.
||w. WYERS GRAY, BarrUter, Solicitor,
,,-,,,'iu block. Clarkson street.   V. O.
I! Box Vi',i).   Telephone 64.
uThe Milwaukee"
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone  388
Chicago,  "Short   Line"   Omaha  to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in tiie service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of lhe Chicago, Milwaukee * St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
ind ,'iru ���;. 's on alll their trains and
(jive .r* i * . tron . an evcellence of
servi.f   .  *' . btainahle elsewhere.
H. *?'. ROWE. Gcne*>al Agent.
tj*i Third Su. cor A.<.rr Portland, Or.
JYir.--ouvfr, B. L.     *
ves as to the quantity
amd quality of materials, and character of workmanship required; and
are understood to accept md agree to
be bound by, the terms ami conditions
in tin- form of contract, specifications,
etc., annexed to the form of tender.
Each lender must be -'-rn,.,! and
sealed by all the parlies to the ten ier.
aim wltnesse i and be accompanied by
an accepte i cheque on a chartered
bank ol the Don Inlon ol Canada, pay-
WHEN GOING EAST
\Si< THE TICKET AGENT
To SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Kiglit Trains Kv^-ry Ouv in the Ye*f
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OE FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest    and best ideas j
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE,
and   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with j
both   electricity   and   gas;,   the   most;
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   thc
world.     Thc   equipment   consists   of,
private   compartment   cars,   standard;
i6  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining
car, reclining chair cars  (seats free), j
In  K.  of   P.   Hall,  ciumbla  St..  at ..,���.,_.   ,,..
8 p. ..,., White Rose Degree, Fourth Junction, Lytt.
Wednesday   ln   each month, same Haney going
time and place. Sapperton,  No
 ���7,Coqultlam, dailj   ���
turn mail received a'
Dispatched by carrlei  ������
Tlmberland,
days and Frldaj
ceived Tuesdays and
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
K. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. K. and A. M.; L. O. L,
No. Had; L. o. I... No, 1698; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, 1. 0. F.; C. 0,
V., Court Westminster, No. 830;
Brotherhood of Ow's, Nes*  No. 29;
60   YEAR8'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
DfSIQNS    '
.... Copyrights Ac.
AnTono lending _, .ketch nntl deiorlntlnn me?
niii.ki. ascertain pur opinion freojrbetuer an
imri'iitiim .�� prohnl,lyi>i_t,ciit.it,lB.   '*,,iiiii,ni,.ca-
.,..���!_ itrlctl. !'iinll,H.iitlal..HANDBOp*( en I'aieut*
car. reclining c.iair cars  (seats tree;,    ^f^^g^tM^MSZtiX?*
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   ll-        Patents taion throuMi Munn ft Co. reoel
receive
brar��  and  smoking  cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders,  or any
���urther information  call  on  or write
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
jio Second Avenue. Seattle, Wish I
M,r.ialn/iM'-��. without onargo, lutlio
Scientific Untericam
_ handsomely Ulnitl1.*ed wmiklj. I_iirr��.t clr-
riiii.i',!' -,r >">r selenilflo Joornal. Tern - roi
("iniulii.*.'.'���'��� a reWiPOiUKO prepaid. Held b��
nil newwealers,
MUNN &Co.36,B'"d"> New York
prloon OOoei <sa> v bl, ryasliiBgtQn, j>, ft
W'ed^-I
11 ..�����
All down river point
except Sunbiny.
Sunburry.      .Mondays.
and Fridays;   leaves
Die
Dlspi    ^^^^^^^
To  southern     1 '^|TS'        ffl
Return mail "*m
Tuesdays   ���� '   J
_ncsdays and ���� J
(ispatched by carrier, i:1'*^
��spatchedbyG.NFyier,-lJ,
Sunday.
Clayton,
Mondays, Wed
Tvnehead,     Wednesdays
ami
received
���. iin
_l��l
days.    Return ma.
aud Fridays. B
Dispatched by I    -        '""V  M
Cloverdale,     ��� '   A
Hazelmere,    Hall's i
cord. Blaine  and Seattle <��   I
in   Washington  and *>-���''
point-.  In eastern       '       ..:A
Return oiall^l
cept   Sunday.
i at   8.30   i m.
���and Saturdays
Bona' -.-
SEPTEMBER
������~**
TiiK D.ULY
PAGE SEVEN
.,   u    ��� "- '
���   ���   ,,   ,.   , u.ri.-".y . ��� '���   ������
���.,,,.. '    ':���;;-:/:; _.-.,",-.-���-<   '   '     ,   ,  --
fOl'R
BUSINESS
��EEDS
1ELP
*....*����������������������������������
Z
.
*
COSTSMONEY
Too much money is spent on useless advertising
bvci merchants every month. Many columns
might be written on the folly o! using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral m the end
wouldl be that there is only one really , ire remu-
nerative advertising medium.
I
y
���
���
y
������ \
���
.
. lands *��   '������
���
���   bj anj r   -
, ; i, tarn
Ol age, to the
section ol   ���
Th
Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
goods the merchant has for sale.
TELL the story of your store offerings to the
public early in the morning, through
the medium of Westminster's morning
newspaper.
The
DAILY
NEWS
*^L*^^^^^^
ian   Homestead
Regulations.
A i.
in thi
bla, ma
who ls
any ma
exten:
acres.   ...  .
En:.��� rsonally at
the local                       the distrlcl in
which *.:,                   ...,;.     Entry by
; prox>  ma        ��            ,- made on certain cc               father, mother,
son, ri. ....    ��� . i .  or sister of an
Intending :, meuti ,,ier.
The :    aesteader is required to perform thi     conditions  connected there ,
with     un.ie.     one     of the     follow inR
plans
j    (l i    At least s \ montl -   res Sen..
upon and cultivation ot the land    In
;each   yea;   lor  three  yi a  ���
(2)   If thi  ti,:..    ...   , oi .
] father it deceased),   ot   the   home-
11 stead, i   resides upon a farm In
��� vlcinh*.  of the land entered tor, the
requlrements a? to residence maj  be
satisfied bj such person       I ��� ���- with
the father ot mot her ^^^^^^^_
(3)    If the si ������:.".  has his    ei man
ent residence upon farming land own   lu-*i,,rical
led by him n the victnltj of his home
'stead, .be requirements   as    to re-,
dence maj   -   satisfied bj    residence
i ui*on the Bald land.
Six month.-' notice In writing should
ibe given to the Commi-. oi ���   ol Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for ; itent.
COM. Coal mining rights mav be
leased for a period of twenty-one y ar-
at an annual rental of $1 |��er acre.
Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to one individual or company
A royalt; al the rate of five cents per
ton shall be collected on    She    mer-
chantable coal mined
w   w. CORY,
Deputj of the Minister of the Interior
USE OBL*. THE BEST
pram id
LYE
ljtH�� STANDARD IrtlCll
READY FOR USB
IN ANY OVANTtTY.
Tar mtMni *r,*.r. �����fi��nlnt w ****���
-�����__. Uni ��\6 T*. ���* _ltl_l��rlli>|
��.��K��. do .�������� ... >,n, % ti A for
mtny ��ih#r tmrfftiti, A c tt ���
�����u*l�� SO rr.,...  . Al   SODA.
��� OLD   CVKRYWHCME.
k.W.QILLETTSfrr^l
TOI��OMTO.O*f��
THF LAND \ND THE SlTTIM
om Page Two.)
,.;���  .
.....
j- yea
.  . ������ ���       the     i ..
���   i -     ���    ,. nine
\    ll l to December 31:
8)
L_   -
I 599    .
1 -six  mo.
1901
1902
1902-1903
lit..4      	
1905 1906    	
! 1901   1! 9,    -nine months
s   -nine months
��� i
���1 MV
6,68!
7,426
8,167
���
I   81
21,647
���    6.
Gowan VlacGowan. Manage-
; . . ..a t   of
ance
Utmost   1'-. -
Department ot Agriculture
i he   crac.
���   a. .... 221,81
Each   homesti       i-   160  acres     Bj
,  ���������������'   1,860 by 1 find tha.
.-'V   acret    were   glv. a tree to
un .lanuarj 1
to De. I lasi   Thi 0   iw|
,, ith  its Pha     ilea
��� elng  fail  and impar-
��� ������ 	
	
un,!, .      11 ���   ��� but    _weei
... the land has    ', een
ali, na.i.i   forever   al   prices   ridlcul
s  incommensurate with  it"  real
value, and the man  who is to meel
' . enhanced cosi which the spe.
an  to exact Is the settler whose
'interest   the   i Ibei ���     . id.  a ln  1893
1. dged themselves to proti ,���'
B;  way of contrast, let us see hoi,
manj  acres the Conservative Govern
ment, which  granted tens of millions
of acre;-, in railway grants, granted to
esteadei'B     The official recordE of
the homestead entries during the eigh
.een years of Conservative adminlstra
ight   opera organization  ,p,n froni 1879 t0 iggg deserve atten
IWO   NIGHTS
Monday, Tuesday, Sept. '
I wk   w   HK Vl.v   OFFER!
TEDDY WEBB
funniesi  man of the Opei il Ic
stage)
', comedian  ol   "THE   ALAS
KAN," in
THE SAN FRANCISCO OPERA
COMPANY,
of America),
40 PEOPLE	
-40
I Sale of Government Quarantine Steamer " Earl."
In    two   ,-"':1
Monday Nighl      ���
"FANTANA"
....     ...     M���.,ii,
tlon.   They are given in the report of
thi   Department of Interior fot' lw8
the last issue,! by a Conservative minister of the Interior, as follows
1879
1880
1881
1882
nn.
Continuous Laugh Sei to
Ml llC
���      ���
B
We
from
print
one
ads.
line
ranging   in   size
to   double   pa^e
���������
Tendei - ..." Invited E01 the pur-
chaBe ,,, the Qovernmenl Quarantine
Steamei Earl," lying al ' Quaran-
.in, ataUon al William Head British
Columbia
The Bale will be ra id. for ca ib
The hi In   I 01  anj  tendei  will uot
   ������'' *
Sealed  ten I. H    id Ir.    " '
(undersigned  and   endorsed      render*
'for  Purchase ol  Bt�� imei    Earl     win
,, received al this offlci   up to  ru
lay the  I ..th  September,  1908, al   '
,,', lock   noon
By order.
\   1,   JARVIS, 3 itary.
nepattnient of Agriculture, Ottawa,
7th August, 1908.
N- 11    Newspaners Inserting this  id
vertlsemenl    wlthoul   authority   f	
,,,, Department will not he paid fori
Tuesday Night      ���
The Toy maker
4,068
..  2,074
2,753
.    7-,483
8,063
753   I
1,858
2,657
2,036    ,
total  foi thi
1888
1889
1890
1891 ���
1892 ��� .
1893 ��� ���
1 -"1
1895
W'6^^^^
, eighteen  yeai
2,655
4,416
2,955
3,623
4,840
4,067
394
1      i
i-
,
to
A daiut>
dancing, delightful Com 1
opera.
Important    fhe above attraction Is
undoubtedlj the VERY BEST must, al
ihot.  thai  has evei   vlBlted  this 1 ll!
ind is hlghli  .,', ommended to the itr.
;oerH    Oowan     MacGowan,   Mauagei
, |pi , .1    Hou-.,,
NOTICE
l will  nol   be  responsible tor    an
,,.,,,,<  contracted  on  behalf    ol
���'  K ""        ,,c BRUCE.
Stf OUR ADVERTISING MANAGER fOR RATES
YOU   WANT   A   HOUSE
YOU  WANT  A FARM
YOU   WANT  CUSTOMERS
YOU  WANT  MORE CUSTOMERS
TRY
A   SMALL AD.
A   OISPLAY   AD.
A  LARGE  AD.
A   LARGER   AD.
Theother fellow wantswhatlyou have or has vshat yoowant
MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED TENDERS addresse l to
the Postmaster-General, will be
oolved it Ottawa until noon on Friday,
the Second October, for the collection
lettei a on a proposed contract . ,
four years, from the proposed Street
Letter Boxe9 in the City of New West
minster, from the Postmaster-Gen
leral's pleasure.
Printed notices containing   turtheri
Information as to conditions of   pro
, ,",l .on. nut may be seen and blank
��� in a or Tender may be obtained  it
Posl Offices ot New Westminster   and
ipperton and ai the   office   of   the
I'obi 1 ut ti o inspector.
rOHN R   GREENFIELD,
P.*t   Office Ins;,.   I '
P08l   Office   Inspector's   Office,   Vin
.ouvi'i.  B.C.,  -1st   August,  1908,
THE
1886
1887
Tbe ^^^^^
, 1 L99 multiplied bj 160, it gives
total ol 9,962,840 acres granted
homesteaders uudei the eighteen years
,,- . Jons. 11 al h " 1 ule homesteaders
i ho lu the closing years of the ��Ion
Bet vatlve n glme, wore smooth the
ti tile le "b" - i th. International
' oundarj. in Buch numbei a did thej
ahaudon I his counti s
Thus   we   have   taken   the    charge
made by  the Ottaw,a Journal,  which,
In much the _ame '"..ns, w being made
bj  Conservative newspapers from one
end of can ida to the othei. and  pui
to it the touchstone of fact.   Al on. ���
It   reveals Itself not  as truth but   as
falsehood, UGI as a well based charge
bul  as a carefullj  concocted slandei
The  record   shows that  the  Liberals
have been  true to their  promise    to
. ���" p tb,. land for the settler.   Thirty
live million .ores of land which  have
passed from the Crown to homestead
ers under simple conditions of BBttle
menl  Since  the  Liberals took office is
the unanswerable proof of the truth of
.his statement; and If further evidence
is needed, surely it is supplied In the
action  of the  governmenl  In  setting
-isj'li,,   exclusively   for    settlers,     the
thirty million aces of land which ra
���,���",l to it upon the termination   of
, he . in way resei ves,
WISH *fj>f*(
toucK   witli   Kim
Tine Daily Newa
FOR SALE BY I
HARDMAN & CO.
A   .tsrdman.     A. James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
See Our
Ad. Man
For
Rates
I Grand Trunk Ry. Front street    Trust Blocl*
Newspaper
Advertising
Best  H^^
From   Toronto:
tio?o��      ithami-ale   H-headen
.-".,:,-,     M    *   recent mee
,    -'���    ^'^*   W:"
, i9rs   was that   news
.^-vasthebesLand
u   md   ,th.r   .dvertlsln, of
. ,,,,i vis ilmimt useless.
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Excellent Train Service Between
* Chicago, London,
��� Hamilton, Toronto,
���Montreal, Quebec,
\ Portland, Boston,)
, And all the principal business centers of |
0>TARlO, QUEBEC and the MARI- i
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, viaJNiagara Falls.
For Tim*. Tables, etc. atfflress
GEO. VV. VAUX.
1 Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Aduiru St.. Chi<v.sco, 111.
Trains & Steamers ~
��� ___������
Winnipeg to Edmonton by Auto,
1, A, Cuthberaon, of Ottawa representative    oi    the    Prudential Trusl
Company, lefl Winnipeg for Edmonton
' isi  week it. an automobile.   He will
endeavor to make the entire distance
���   "ii   800   and   900  mile .   by   auto,
the trip occupying about one month
��� Mr. CuthbertBon's trip, which will be
ely one of pleasure, will, however,
���e combined with matters of business
���ni during his trip through the west
be will be engaged in attending   *���*�����
matters   in   connection
rial Trust.
with   the
to
I'ru-
9:35,
CP.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7:1
17:25 and 19:35. ^^
Arrive at    New Westminster 9
10:30, 18:35 and 20:40.
Overland    express    arrives    12:45,
leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
1 i.v. N. W. 9.20 a_m.; ar. Seattle 4 D.m.
i_v. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
a.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC-���fANCOUYIR.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
G:fi0, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every halt
tour thereafter till 11 p.m.
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PAGE EIGHT.     ,|
THE DAILY XEWS.
FRIDAY
���-���EPTE
MEER
I ~*~ i MISSING SHIP FEARED
EOST IN HEAVY EOG
I
Every House Should Be
Supplied With a Small
Kit of
Tools X
X
EXAMINE OUR      X
LINE *
1 liere s no economy in buying
"cheap"   salt.     At   present  prices
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more  than   imported   salt.    It  is
pure and never cakes.
Floating Lumber All That
Remains to Be Seen
197 W
lion today, nominated John Cham*i��
ol' ol Disra. ii. as .heir candidate for
Schooner that Kan Ashore  .
  Templeman  on  Elections.
Interviewed in Vancouver yesterda*
"- Ini   Arena, Cal.,    Sep..    ::.    After  ,,,,���   U:lliani Templeman, ministei ol
searching    all    nighl    long    in    "''. ,���(���, s at   Ottawa,  declared  that    tin
fog foi   a  Mean,  schooner which    was ��� n<,���,!���!,,���   elections   might     not     taki
wrecked   ofl   this   place   last night,  |i|i|ri. ,-,���. ., considerable time yel
Captain .lohn Stilt, of the life saving! 	
station,   and   his    crew     return, ,1    at
seven o'clock this     -ning,    having
found   no  trace ot   the  missinj
Conmee   ts Renominated.
Kenora, Ont., Sept 3.���The LH
'���'l'   convention   met   here    last    nleht    to
othei than a great amount of lumber,!
which is floating about this point. The  (,m... Q, iUl-m>.  River,
ANDERSON I
y LUSBY f
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster,  B, C.        \
MMM ttttttttutif
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster,
fog  is still  heavy  and  she  may  have
-mn  down with all on board.
Captain A. R. Williams, the light-
housekeeper, found one of the hatches
of a schooner witb the lumber that
washed ashore. There was nothing
aboul it by whicb tbe ship could bei
Identified.
The vessel went aground aoout 5:30
o'clock last evening when the fog was!
so thick that ii was Impossible to see!
more than a few feet. There was no j
storm ,tind the sea was not running
high. The captain must have lost his j
way and gone far out of bis course.
Two hors?s have come ashore south)
of here and this indicates that the ship \
that went aground last night was lost.
Captain A. R. Williams, of the ligh-
house, felt a distinct shock about
half an hour before the lumber came
ashore last evening and the failure
to discover any trace of the vessel has'
led him io the belief that it was destroyed by an explosion.
     night
nominate a candidate for the constiu.-
Janies Conmee,
was the unanimous
present  member,
choice.
NOTICE
TO CONTRACTORS.
POLITICAL  INTELLIGENCE.
Sifton Will Run.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the undersigned, on behalf of the
Council of tlie Municipality of Surrey,]
up to noon of September flth inst., for
the construction of .the second section
of the Bon -Accord road, from the
Liverpool road to the upland, in accordance with plans and specifications
to be seen at my office.
The Council does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
ALBERT J. HILL,
Ni w   Westminster,  Sept.  2nd,  1908.
Tenders Wanted
Public tenders are requested for the
Westend school.    Plans and specifications can be seen at the    City    Hall.
Tenders must be made on form sup-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^j plied and   as   noted   on specifications.
Winnipeg,   Sept.   :?.���Hon.   Clifford A cheque for 10 per cent, of value of
announced  today that  he  will accept contract   must  accompany tender, the
the Liberal    nomination    in Brandon same U) ,H- forfelted if contractor re-
again, if he is unanimously nominated. fuseg ,,, accept contact. Tenders must
" be  In the  hands  of the secretary  of
Aylesworth Is Willing. the school board not later than twleve
Toronto, Sept. 3.���Hon. Mr. Ayles- noon, Friday, llth of September, 190S.
worth has sent word that he will again Lowest or any tender not necessarily
be a candidate in North York. accepted.
  ROBERT LENNIE,
Telford Retires. Secretary.
i    Owen Sound, Ont., Sept. 3.���Mr. W.   _______^_____________
; P. Telford, M. P. for North Grey, an-
Inonnces his   retirement.
NOTICE
Tories Name Candidate. Having   been   crowded  out  of  busi-
Richmond, Que., Seat. 3.���Richmond |ne8S] [ 0ff,,,- for sale my whole stock
and   Wolfe.  Conservatives,  in  conven-
I and   equipments.   Cameras   11-11   and
18-10,  Stamps,  and   two  view  a-7   and
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
Family trade a  specialty,
el. 113. Office   Eight street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.        I
CARD OF THANKS.
The family of the late Mrs. A.
Cedarberg wish to extend thanks to
all who. by word or deed, expressed
sympathy with them in their recent
bereavement.
111-14;  Lenses Voightlander 14-17 and
I half,   Darlol   8-10   and   Derogee 8-10,
back  and  bead  grounds, mounts, furniture, stoves, burnisher, trays, flash
lamps, etc.,  etc.    A large assorment I
of    Picture     Frames    and     amateur
mounts.    Photos one-quarter off for
[balance of this month.
J. New some & Sons cornish-s studio.
Painters and Decorators ~~
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
LANGLEY
160 acres  at $13 an acre.
You can make 50 per cent on your
money before Xmas by buying this.
Diamond & Corbould,
Dominion Trust
Building
Bargains
Every Day
At Morey's
id piece Tea Set.s, 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.
Come and  see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
s*-
I
REAL ESTATE
IWBCTWnCTM*T7~f_tM
Farm Lands
City Property
General Insurance
F. J. HART & CO., LTD.
Open to
Charter
The fast and commodious
launch
J. C. Bruce
carrying forty passengers,
is open to charter by
picnic or private parties.
For terms and dates apply
to White, Shiles & Co.,
Columbia street.
J
It*'        AnV..]tT*.SV; -j,
THE       DAILY       NEWS
FOR QUICK r.r.TUKNS
*T*.
I
An Excellent Array
of Ladies9
Ready- to-wea r
r^pMlHMl^^^^__^l^[^HH_-_iBH^BBalBS>BBBSM__(a
.... Clothing]
In our Big Ready-to-Wear Department. This Fall's latest arrivals have filled
the place to overflowing and you can be sure of finding here the most cora.
plete and Stylish Stock SUITS, SKIRTS, COATS, BLOUSES, Etc., whicli
has been your privilege to see for a long time. We invite you to corneal
and inspect the new clothing. See how it is made; pass your opinion on the
styles, in fact you will have to see it to appreciate our claims for selling
high class clothing.
The Suits for
Women are
Most Attractive
The new suits are sure to please you in more ways
than one. The prices are sure to appeal to you
after you have examined the general make up.
Notice the quality of material and the perfect workmanship and linish.
Plain Broad Cloths, Venetians and Striped Suitings are used mostly.
Suits from
$18 00 to $32*50
Fine Broadcloth
Suitings
Women are naturally planning
alo.it what material to buy tor their
fall suit. In offering this suggestion
regarding our new broadcloths, we
know that you could not. do better
than choos, a piece from among the
new showing.
Our broadcloths are German made,
and are thoroughly shrunk, and th^e
finish   Is   permanent.
We carry two special lines
of these Proadcloths, at
$1.50 and $2.00 per Yd.
.    in   a   nice   choice   or  .shades   in   navy,
brown, green, cardinal and black.
We recommend them '.._ the nicest
ng procurable and gaurantee every
New Hair Rolls
fusl In lo express, 18; 20, 22, and
24-inch Hair Rolls, made- of fine
sanitarj hair, In light and dark brown
shades and  black;  each   . .20c, 25c,"30c
New Assortment of
Souvenir Pins
Consists of Maple Leaf Brooches,
Stick IMns, Beauty Pins, Hat Pins,
Sash Pins and Veil Pins, etc., in a
variety  of designs and colorings.
About the New Shirk
For Women and
Children
Hundreds     of     populai   B����  "���'
s. irts are  now  here t.    ��� ���      :
We carry  only  the be ���  makes mi
you   will   not   lind  an  I
our  whole  rang,-.    We
alty of ...it-si-... skirts ;��   ft-omeit '^\
children's   skirts.     All
The Latest Neckwear
Novelties
We   procure   the   newest
Ladies'   Neckweai   a -'-* ***
ble after production     I us!   ov
a   meat   demand     ���
ruchlngs and embrol :��� ���    ���
lhe former we are sho
��� ow  . uchings ef N'<'
in   white,    dack   an I co
, mbroldered collar
a    white.
Visit    the    aecl
n.   as   these Iin.
oui  quickly.
Neat New Patterns
In Blouse Materials
^^^^same wl f^'
materials,   such   as    ix>\i   ,.,(,j.
They  are  tin
"" "'"    ,i-
AJSTRfi, D:
1_Lne7 FRENCH FLANNEL, C
LIE;   but the patterns are ne
attractive   in   many  waj -
 40c, 50c. 60c
to .1'��
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
We Close at 5:30
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We Close at
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