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 White, Sh!fe$|Co.
riKE INSURANT
NEty WESTMlNSlfR6 c
VOU'.MK 2, NUM'
s    _ -'      ��� " Ass
\ REAL ESTATE/
*    26<T^>jyg^Sts. C^tone 85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 190
^*fe>
VICTORIA TRUSTtt
EXPEL THEI
������*��*>
in CENTS PEK WEEK
ALLEGED HIGHWAYMAN
HAS MANY ACCUSERS
]).,,-,].�����'elestials Wil.:
[far-Ier to Enter y
o-ai-tt-n Class in Fn'
DEfEATED TO A STANDSTILL
ON THEIR OWN GREEN SWARD
INf ATUATION EOR NAN
PROMPTS SELL MURDER
">,.
P�� S ASSOCIATION
PREPARES TO BUILD
ler-
torla, Si pt. ri���No|
;,n  will    ���   .i Imitteol
, -  feu- stime time t(
���  sufficiently aoi
He En. lish  language
e  to   the  eialii
0j ;,,,.,   Institution*.
ivi    tt 1 / the i'C
,.-..- the report|
Wilson Positively Identified    ^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^
As Man Who Heldup Fed-   ,
estian on North \rmPnad   ^'ew ^,e8tm*nster Lacrosse Team Shows Vancouver a Few
  Frills of the Game, and Scatters Their Hopes of
Winning the B. C. Championship���Score
13 to 2���Large Attendance.
.Notorious Actress. Nan Pat- Will Erect $45,000 Addition
terson, Again Shines as a     to Local Plant -Work to
Wrecker of Lives.
Start Soon.
jlty   n sted on the Jobnsi
,^^^M _���"��� ida r evening
ne unless
:.-������:.-������
jll-.el    With
I j tbe
Pittsburg,   Pa..  Sept   i���Or.
Brittyn   ol this citj. who comm������������
U    -  Bl   b: .'.-. a i.���;- -- .
L discipline ! six   weeks,   will
-'  ��� - -
I nd  some clothing  Iron)  the
)f Chairman
��� - ��� .   iid   rerj      ��� Iltable    ��j:k,
j�� who ������ a delegatedpc ������        ei s     erton
������   .- .- ���
|!provincial government    | ihe matter.
v.- -i-i<   :���   '���
ll ���!..     esent tim-e  tie ; rovincial
���   an   in comnu nloation with
���-.. u mini' n Governmejli   i     specl
���   ��� ��� inti     ��� tation oi tie eal-
(fith Chinese   immigration, and
especiall) section pn ��� ling   for
. thi   refunding of the bead ti it -  to
���bona fide students.
<   Chairman Jay,  in  repi  ting  I i the
lloard, i '  he   had   ailed upon
igPrt-niiw- McBi  li   an l talked thi  mat-
��� ��� r  with   him,   and   ifti rwards
B|.ve!he boards view oi thi Bli lation,
;.-���'������ ���   '���   .'i  i���:��� -���(.    ii  ->v: itlntr.
���Heread  I ���  l< tter sent b; I im to Mr.
HjfcBride, which was us follows:
I '..'.- Hon   Richard   McBride, K.  ('.,
t Premii -. Vii toria, B. C.
I', "Sir:���Following my personal inter-
fi\->-J with you   todaj    anil   in  COmpli-
i cauai . -���   J'.ri "   in   backing   a'
  stopping    ::.;.-..���.-. .    -.v.i-   yesterda)    .��.-���
bit th- ' .--    T         feat shot after shot In a most sen?ationai   ported        lavi   sought death    ecana*
... -...- N-* West- mannei     Graj   in  goal  for  the  red    | . .. ;..   Nan  Patterson,
leas      .-   tbe   vei       ���    -:���- shirts  was  aoi        ��� n .    do the   Dr.   Wiiiiatn M.trlin.  a  friend  of the,
-   -���   -      rhe rest) necessary   - Q     ons.   bat   - ... ���   eived a letter which Brit-'
-  ..   : ���   -    not on ���   ���'���-- --���������  allj th<  ���       en required.   ���.p   ... |   written   the   laj     efore he.
-  - ��� ��� -.-  yah- Pa:. Feenej la one most spec-[took  .  -   life.    While  he  :���   ts -
--    -      :. the    He*, ��� ers on tbe  field.    When   make   known   the   content*,   he   InU-
----- rt be gets   ���  ���     all  he  paces  off down   ma-t_ that Bri-.tyn killed himself be-1
r        Bi .:     ..        .  -.. . the  r'������-���  sward  in  .1   sm oth  even       ise Nan Patterson bad scorned
.    ...    ���;.   ���_. ��� gall  md Is about as fast as they n    ���     ������ ���      .-
a minute Utat sj - -.     -:- "������-'���'���'���     "bb-  ������>.  R-:.:.;������-  i-   .-     .     ���       b.-.r\r.z  N'ar.  Patterson's  recent  so-
centat-       -     es would be rolled E 5 did   also  Oal  raith    a .  T.   joura   in   Pittsburg,   which   ended a|
Inth* rhe >*�� - GiB rd. few    lays     -  .   Brittyn  was   almost'
that the :. Although the showers which 1   evaiV    onstanti)    in   ber   company.     Theyl
reason of 1 -    1   . . ..nation ed m st ol the day had   ea�� I  some   spenl        - -'-ether at the Wildwood j ^ fore       t Q, ^ property
the sUck- -       .   - -   Mme  before   th<   face-ofl  at   3   Inn, a roadhonse baca of McKeeaport, jjjterterej wm,
will   be   talking   I . ��� .-  ��� I   ���>..--     rem   ���-��� .    a   Brittyn   negl cting  his   business  and
���   - will then    -. dc ~- - ~-''-   Baaking tt -���        .-..- eea   -   ^ ending   .:.:   of  his money   in   coru-
Bolul ���   ���:���   mjst< Thai . ayew.   Th^.   h ���������-      . held | pany with th        .       actress, who is
After the city officials bave finished   couM 1    ���  losl thi   .... the '-��� '���"������'���' f still   anacquitted   of   the   murder   cf;
wiih Wilson  he  wlll
to  the  Burnul
Win:, res in his
sha .. on Fr! I ,   '���'��� as a me .
���     ���'.���    teeth  witl ���  -     -..:
knives..    Besides   -    ���    ilothing .end   _o
a   siz-sbo ������ r        tne!   to   bave  been
stolen   from  Mr. Targett's    esiden -
on  July ;.: 1st.  there  were  als 1 a
au 1    vest    Mr.    Melbourne,   of   Bouth
Vancouver ha> Identified as his own.
'He states that his house was robbed
on the rieth of August and hie Nothing vras taken.
The architec .- :.- > r 1 .re-
paring plana R>i the propoead .-. ..
tlon ti the New Westminster plant of
the British Columbia Packer..' Association, and work on the construction
of the building wtil be eoa_mence.l
this  mouth.
The addition, which will be erected
on the lots immediately eas: of the
si il Bi tiah Columbia Packers' Aa-
��� . >��� -, will cost, according : :.- ���- riven out by the management some months ago. in the
_H .j-.borhood of $4.".""". The |uts
aro held under a long-term lease by
the C.P.R. company, but the latter
corporation has agreed to allow the
B. C. Packers' Association the use of
the back part of them, provided their
coai  bunkers, which  are situated  on
are not
The piles for th* wharf have already bee:. 01 .ered and will be driven
this month.
be  turned over   of the!                 the) the fa      B  Bry-   Caesaj   V. mg   Britryn was not ve :
municipal authorities   lieve,        II the Van         re 1 u ':  it -..-    -             a quick j wealthy by any means, and it did not
��� ��� ���'���'  anything,  II   er  6     thi       - -             inat   n play, and thn     minutes   take long to burn the sruali sum h-
' ::      'n believing that thej  ��� ta         led again     Then came a   had saved.
thi game.   A few of the moving spir    series   of   fi��   shots   Irom   "" ;-:.: ill]    When  he  was   nearing "he end c.
its ln the club were hear. sticks, L   W   and  A. Turn          -.:n;   his   string   and   there was   no   mon
things >e ster lay during the progress -    ''-���'���- -     Inster worked   mom         - -  -   (he woman, it is saiel.
for trial on charges In connection
with the several robberies thai "nave
been laid al Wilson's door, It is understood thai 'in- young man whi  wa��
helel u;e and robbed <���:' $1.S����� one- morning   while
Ann    road
FOUR HUNDRED FEET
HE FELl TD HIS DEATH
walking    along the  North   ol thi   game I   its   inded like * every  goal  in the first   hail   by [ turned her attention to men who were !
has   positively   Identified \ en men," "grave-diggers    ��� --..- oat.'on 2   ��� .   made   mor-r       - eroua    In vain Brittyn at-1
Lowei!.     Mass.
_Jaynard.  a  youn:
Sept.     ri��� Harry
aeronaut,  rill   400
,ance with your  request, 1   have the   VVils��n  as  the  man   who tinned the i majority of thi :'..-- . ... ictlce :.. - - --.-������;.   ten regain  favor.   It  is  said] feet to tis death late Saturday even
B .      sii mit the following state-
Kseat with .���pert U   Chinese seeking^
trick.
Wilson
is a young
fpected   to  adopt  that   opini
Mat   30   reBuH   was quite a retaliation
'admission to   the  public   schools   of  -veaJs <>f aSe who claims he has been   p.arl oi the red shirts for the chUdi?..
lYictoria.
1 "The schools will re-open on Mon-
ting  and   he was rebuffed repeatedly, and that \
-  -     ���-���'       ��� '-     '.:.   the   BnaO]   si- open!     nsnlted  him  and
riit ha       -        - slight]]   and   commanded   Wm   never  to   -  ea
In British Columbia aince June 1st.       action,.: tbe Vancouv.   execatlvi got in spea   -..iis-  her again
B    thi .���-- inst.. and 'he- cay gupt r-
I     . . .e's that 1     '   -  l-eceiv-
Hefl applications  toi   pi   mlts  from  if*
���!> ���   .-.  i"....       st-h<'!' ���     v.':     have-   re-
:ri' ������:��� ..,1   fron   >''bi       ai   ieave
I'-    :.    .     ..   ,y    ���'       ���      . -a    Ian-
He has been living in a small shack   protesting    the    former    match    t
along   the   Hastings   noad   neai   Van-  grounds which were gtneraii   conaid
Jver. jered  ans-portamenil^
,wakened great :r.;ert =
aion|
ocravK
-   .    net to mce, seme
mes
,......ri..  1    ���
Brittyn  I  .i.  -v-   -rouble de-
:.:  .   few   ri:-s afterward he
PUflET SOUNO CAWPS
1     Tiie match
In   Ve:::. ',.������:'   aad   New   Westminstei
: as was ; lainlj evidence 1 ri- th< :'    1-
rTUnH   liJV   HALF   TIME K.iiw._..   compan-.   es:.m .'.
  I tbey       ""i-.'   1.500 pi      (
Ity,   ������,-'. must hs.-    -   ..
ri-    ��� ...  . istn   portionate saar* of Vancouvers
-...'.      copies --"-'  ' om
to the collecti r ol ensl im - a1
gri S'   :   ���________________________________________________________________________________________________________________���
ML,.- -: ��� -2?.  ihePuget&mn:  ii- . ittend.nce.
���Cbtawe hav..  be^n  admitted  to Can-   Saturday  :. 'J^^^^^^_
gi���      o    % til 50 per cent, cf      The New V.es:mins:er toys .   - -
ise have- been  admil    I to C n-
6lt.;  ' '��� :'"'' ��� -���   '��� 'n r-
���   -
:
������
If
E_ ���'���-* ���
||j;.ii   .
-
the Chinese Immigration   their capacity.    If the i- - ^^^^^^^^^
ethemselvi ad - H - ' ? '
crew  for  the winter  marks-,   but ii -        ster mea
a   fri. -..   -
-   . -. .- -.-.
.-
���
ring forwd I to b reftn
e $500 tax aftei    '        ��� ���   -chool
flooring ���^
have iny intention "'     ^^^^^^^^^^
^^^^^^^^^^ -    -   ...ins in thinking p-.iw
������   of civic
2 to probation   fOT
���ssi-it   tbem  in
1 ofl       iplta tax.
who h3v
11 ���
f
���itv.
���'ri
' ������ f   ��� onths.
experienc
hin -       I
i to Car
' is exceei!ii|
'     n attendni^e
ae  year.
-   ���    ���. nei     l:
s that it wil     1
: 1 ��� i :" t
and
simply  to
Inli
mission
s, and ii
becom]
le, and
.- thej
1       lents wii
igration
��� stion of a
llscussed
1
llrecte^
the  Miuneil
:���!  urge  thai
ssed dealing ft
^^
rusting that y
ive. this matter
tic-n,
have the honor.'?
"Your  (.-/-lient
"GE
thi  -   -������
who
in i- r this
-���
there  is  an ind
-
-
lOg!
'    '     - -
as dor ���'
��a his his si        nd legs
- -   : -
'r ~r - - 111 1  mi in.  1 ��   1
- -      ...::-.. st. '���    ���  thai he hjd killed htmaell
._-:--      -.. ��� .  -.-   tn      ther-?.     -;    was   ri  years old.
rs  --- ���-  ' ��� sine  ���	
I nea - towards       . .       ,..    v _.-_ ,_ ��� _,���
A -��� -��� - ng      the 1. \\ . (.. T. I   w...
asl    poured   in   theii      fiortorn   .     ..... ,__ ���. ��� _   _    ,���
be  hi   :  ���  is  evening at 8 p. ru.. in
irom  a  lens  distance    which   _ ....    _. .      . _._   _
'   inningl .... ball.   The union has e\-
"'       '   ': '       ';':   --.wi a g��ne*al invitation to all per-
" ''-   '��������� r:'-'     '" :l     '       " sons   ::.-   BSted   in   temperance   work
t to attend.
Notwithstanding   - -     ���- ng   ������
i tiie   Vaac   : ���-   -   th<      rowd
--    ed till'the call of tim*      nd tl
le ..   ��� i   man;    - .
X- w     W- stminsti:
in   Um   . stand  re-
.  The  Daii;.   N, wa I -
- nged Iter a section    f the s  u
kets wer.   -  ' I       la  hnn-
���    from   the. Royal   City
thai ling    ppoi
tunitii      ���      noting    '   - ises.
ing at bakevtew, while 7,00 ��� spectators   held   their   breath in   sickening
-  -nse-. .Maynar.'.'s heme is in L/nn.
__taynard b two parachutes for
his  downward   f.igh:.     When   nearly
s|fPNl#��MlMMM      	
Maynard's empioyer, wh had fired
:::e shot notifying the aeronaut bo cut
loose, yelled. "Hold it. hold it." mi . tting for Maynard to use only onti parachute and not to try to cut loose
from  the one that had oper.r i.
He either took the risk or (ail ; lo
hear, tor he cut loose from the first
parachute.
CONSERVATIVE IMS FAILURE
Canada's Exports  During July Shotf Great  Gain -Fiscal
Policy of Government Must Be Satisfactory" ^��  -r0"
duce Such Splendid Results���Foreign Trade
Shows Great Increase.
thi ^x   ; ��� rtlon    t
In   .i '.v of   to -r   b\.b.y to . His   htjad   work   no
oi   ��� .eard  off the surplus       N     . -    terial   it - ���.   . with
���   probable,   how^  ���      that  the  log-, ] _.     - -      gether tbrou
-' rs.  wi rklng over the tli ���   ���-   -
stands, will add to th<
���    lower class logs le the J -. _ame in British Co-
- t.   limit   li a   1 -.     ul   11       ���������.:.,.      utho igh   a   coroj   1  - -
down the production      hesl timbers        ... - ranks   '
lead   ti        less   sti Ing at, _ eloni as
Tim en shots gel
BOILER HOUSE BURN'S
AT ROYAL CITY MILLS
!<��� applica-
1  , ..   i; ,m   This   may
���   1 -o the   -"' "-'I- ���    '���>,.-.
man log s   .'ers have   ��� ast his check.
���a  mi   e strict - 5 ol .._....
onPnset S than on ;
Mar-,     r the Columbia river.   The.,
^^^^^^^^^^^__________B
on of these  Grays H Is 52 cents per
,,,,, ting of   '���" " higher than
yestei
11
-' . n tn
.-. proi ertj
e meaning
lie  In     ic
1    alatl en
,i-   iiii.
be 1 oabled
rl;     nsl I-
. Ill'
e;ii rAY."
s
hecanse  of the  lii;��rali"
cn <;���    - ;      ,or-
Jjoggers have been fei ' -
that the 1 K wou!i
'   T ate-
.-
th<    Vai     ;��� -
Tin   S - - -   nsti r hoys    a
���   ' ��� ���     nts
Ifng
Th- 1. ��� ..-- ..:���:.e press has (given
-.a:.. -'-.-���':..-. .e circulation to the poll-
ticai t< 'dr. H. L. Borden. :>.-...-
. . . . :      ���   has i-een
.. a:.,  a:;: of Inten -
ia ��� ia pre* nting   .
'        '       >B   otti*      '   '    -     :   speech was a distinct failure.   Within
���   nee of an election���
Thi~ ' tro��� ttwf --ic:   at   a  time when  his  party   had   not
ns past pn .... ,rave accaaattona
a gem cter again,t the ad-
- -   '    ministration,   an* members    of    the
31     .'���
-      f tl      '     il Citj
laning 1
-       .     -..oming. or st
��� BStl   ���-     : I   'et
iside.
s   on'.y   owing   to
apposition has presented what by
" sy may be regarded r.s a "plat-
lit  which Is better described
as  Bn Die   thesis  on   moribund
parliamentary    abates
Speech   Very   D.sappointing.
From   a pciitical    standpoint    the
to jus        - ��� . .    hrough the ro ���'    -
ning their cam "��� "' " - -        ng had a look in    b':. I
this has  come the thn .he bunch who had
..-  east  hound  lun nd shins                                    .           -      .  v 0n
:-ai���. which Is expected I                                -  .   ���
ther curtail  the -                       -���--.:    threw  np
::i this state. .      ���            - - i  to worl   an..
toe whole miii aras expected
B
-'          D                                     . ���    .   . - - -   ���           '.-   -
by JNight watchman M.i hung   attractive  in  yl
             i ik   '    snr-
read-   .       ....      a S In ju
catij ..                 methods innuendo.
���         . ���'           . ���      Ol - ' :���    O]
-   n, give a          - 1 '.arue   Of
Bve tii " ��� - a    ���
...   business    -   to   ���   I
I    an :     :���':-....'.;���  th
dntains an ithi t ,;. tx. hm .1 -
guard on the  shingle mill  and
Liberal -when the public mini
was  In  .   :���      ���   ���     condition���with
ible reputation
-.   citj  in  which the speech was
delivered���with Um n mains of an ex-
tant the clarion call
of  its   chief,   Mr.   tsorden   tailed   to
be      - -- or bobb I the fe) ths.
The people  are  :;:   onvi:      i  :h;;t a
change   of   government   is   desirable.
the Conservari... party is  ii-        inted
,..,.
for the fact that   fl      ng and
Sew   v.- stminster
ercbantable loss art-  shorl  -:--   log-
goals    "  ..    .-       irteen
the -   -   - st   ami   corrupt I n
boiler house, but at the time ol the charged ag inat th .hat l(s ,ea(;<?r Ms ao deani,e j>olloy
od  luring the evening previous   government, enunciate a constructive to announce.
vat ���   : on the premises 7h��� w P,3tform.
A,  scon a,  he sighted  t Ia  lntroducJa8   wU.,;  he eaUed the
W.--
I    '-i
PASSES  AVI:,-
'��� of Well-Kno\e��i.
curs st  Hare
���������
e aeath of Mrs]
" ,,v   Beckett,
eipality,
dents of J
I er reside!)
1  lei day  ineit
: een  ailing
,���.'. eaceftfllj
'^'"nL' surrounded
?'     1 family.
'1:i1- ��� menu  lor
kw"   ���D. Mt;:-
tt maj    ���      -    that .-. ;:x>!ia:m of
^g would have decided to continue ��� minules .Figuring it out on that basis   Watchman Marshall hurriei to the 3:e   In -      ���   Conservative    platform,    Mr.  Borden
close  down  indefinitely.    Fig- less Scotl     ri.l iowar.1-  working  al rm  md timed in -. cai!.   The fire-   o: a pn ati man .^j there Wffl.e tI)rw essentia! fea.
,d L3dy Oc
���:ett. mother
.   of   Maple
oth- r   W ill-
.lis; let,   oc-
Poi   Haney
T   ���  aged
sonia^^^
v yi stei lay
ivi ral meta'
their '
ures  on  the supp
meeting   heid     Saturday
flenionstrated that  tiie  loggers had a
relenty of N'o. 2 logs, bat  few of
mbmitted at .. a "ia the direction .-: the  men wore dn the griund In full for      seeks to he prime minister of Canida   rjres of g^.j
���'   "
  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_                           soverament.    to  wit.
-    wing sms made by a   few  minutes !a:er.  and from  that   to know wuat Reasons, would be sua-   jj0nest a..pro,,- K;03 and expenditure
his team.    Scotty simply did irs hes: time  till about 6  a.  m. a fierce  Bgb     ml ted   to     the     people     sufficiently   Qf pnW,c .    ..   _V   ^ pubi_c m;  r
hike several  more  of the Vancouver was mainuinei with the flames.               eightj.   to cans*  them to  w'ith.iraw           ^  anpoiatment of   pubiic  offl-
Th�� -ehinsle m'l'  i= onli   aenaraU !   their coutideace  from an  administra-     T'i ���________._._ -
,  ,   cials  upon  considera:ion, of capacity
higher quality   and   they   decided  to   n.e,_   wbkb wss mn very much. There
op
en to half their capacity.
fan
tion which can boast a proud record
great   deeds  done  for  Canada  of,
which  the  prevailing   prosperity   an i
contentment are the visib.e signs.
iterer the reasons which contri-
weights of the Vancouver  bunch ha!   holding   the   Tames   in   bounds   until   buted to the interest in Mr.  Borden's j
way.    San.lv   Cowan   the  firemen  had  accomplished  theii   ripening speech, It may safely be said   menre   a!] wU) agT(^e that  they aro
a   trcjan   and       -    ���  -   purpose.   The damage ia partly cov-   that general disappointment and cha-   .^ mmi <lssentia!s 0{ g00d  gt1...
befo-f the magis-j great   credit.     He   was eaaiij   worth   ered by insurance.   It is though; that   grin are the result. ^       ^ ^ ^   ernment.    Oi��?s    memory,    however,
""__.,.,_ nharc^e; oi hiv-   SU   two Vsftcoaver men in the field,   the fire caught from �� spark from the
trate this morning on charges ot nav   . ��^
is this to    ���     lid lor the tig fellows from th���� boiler hourse by a few feet.'
j |)ke V. -  a aad Ritchie, that they an 1  i:   was  on'.y   hy  the  rarest   gool
t   hor Da- was such a charming -   ����*���������  on  "he  wet "c,rtun*1 that the ������ WM BaTe4 T':
i-i'"'- L':    " | .    . ....   .-    : ���.'    wl    -  smaller players dodg- corrugated  Iroa siding which eovers
1 '-'"!'f,>r ***"._.' '." ---���-.    heavy- the boikr lu   -    asatated greatly In
two   New    westn _ _ ^     _,.��� i _tti���h��c ����  iht, Vanrr.iivor  hnnfh  hal hnl.Hnz   tbe   Pames   In    bounds   until
time, tbey took advantage of it to ths fng
with the result that thej .. ���' ��
night   in   (Large  of Jailor   Mclnnis.i played   llk���
Thev  will  appear
a)   arc   trate this morning on cbarges 01 na��-(
heen. ;HsnritF<-iv
and   personal  character  and   not  of
party service a'.one: elections unstained by the corrupting influences ot
bribery and fraud.
No man cf gool  moral sense will
find   fault   with  these  general  state-
Tht
mountain    has   labored    end   1__'.'_'_"
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THE DAILY NEWS.
CONSERVATIVE LEADER'S
EAILURE
(Continued  from  Page One.)
TUB DA*' SEPTEMBER 3, 1907
Pure Salt ��� prepared by a
proceu which separates every atom
of foreign substance (rom the salt.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT is
pure, indeed 1
MS
goes back to the days when Conservatives were in offlce, and Sir Vril-
Iriel Laurier was requesting the citizens of Toronto to throw the rascals
out, and one of his reasons was that
a Conservative minister of the Crown,
when charged in parliament with having used $25,000 vote.1 for railway
subsidy in securing his own election,
lie replied, "1 bail to do it because
elections are expensive in my district, nml if I had the opitortunlty I
would do the same thing again."
In 1895 Sir Wilfrid made a similar
(ilea lo Mr. Borden's government for
clean public life���with this very Im-
iMirtaut difference, Sir Wilfrid named
the men who bait been guilty of
wrong prentices, and bo publicly
charged theni with their guilt Mr.
Borden In a general way says It is
desirable that public life shall be free
from corrupt influences. Sir Wilfrid,
when lender of the opposition, went
further than this���he made the direct
charge against liis political opponents
anel lb/- result was that Sir Wilfrid
ceased to be leader of the opposition,
he was - intrusted with the reins of
government. Sir Wilfrid Laurier,
when occupying a jiosition similar to
tbal of Mr, Borden to-day, and when
speaking under exactly the same conditions, iniiile' bis charges direct, anel
supported them by evidence���Mr.
Borden contented himself with th."
expression of opinion that certain
things weere undesirable, he made no
('barges, produced no evidence.
Deals in Generalities.
Mr, Borden says the Cons^'vatives I
want honest appropriation and expenditure eel public money in Ibe public
Interest. Wry good, so do the Liberals and so do the people of Canada.
In rii"', it was charged againsi the,
Conservative government that a
piece' ol land was purchase:! at St.
John, N. H.. for $2iin.OOO. The owners
swore it was worth $93,401 anel the
asseSSl 1  value was $00,000.
Diei the Conservatives spend this
money honestly In the public interest?
In the ease of the Cross wail contract tiie contractors were paid $832,-
448, and the contracl was awarded the
highi ri   tenderer   the    loss    to    the
-���mmm
TOO,   iif   -vhieU <2&,O0Q   found  Us  way'
Into tbe Conservative campaign fund.
Does Mr, Borden ibiu\ the Conser-
-.uives spenl this monej in the public
Interest,  and  would they not  repeat
the operation if given a  chance?
Was the public money honestly expended In the' Levis graving dock
eta.se? McGi'cevy secured the con-
ttratfl trom the Conservative government .a the understanding that he
"was to receive eill over $50,000���the
Conservative government was milked
to the tune of $189,000, of which $22,-
000 promptly went Into the corruption
funi.
Can Mr. Borden, knowing this historical fact, ask the people to place
ih,. Conservatives In power when they
were driven from pee we",- for doing
the vi ry things Mr. Borden condemns?
Liberals Improved Election Laws.
Mr. Borden stands for more effective provisions to punish bribery and
fraud al elections, he is opposed to
accer.e ila lon of campaign funds for
corrupt purposes, and also would prohibit co itributlons by corporations,
This reads well, but one is reminded that most of the amendments to
the el ition act which Lend to purity,
in el tions have emanated from the
Li 11 :. 1 government, and only lhe depai tun of the' prime minister to Bur-
op ��� lasi session pre\iented the introduction ot a bill dealing with tnis
very question. If elections are purer
than formerly and the franchise.' res-
pi ited and guarded more, it is all
owing to the enactments placed on
the Statute Hook by a Libera! government.
Mr, Borden is oppose! to the accumulation of campaign funds, In the
absence of any explanation it would
appeal that he favors an Immediate
division of them, llis objection to
contributions b.v corporations and
contractors must come home to some
of his political friends who not only
received such contributions but brazenly solicited them, and the contractors we re expected to be recouped
from the public treasury.
Mr. Borden wants civil service reform. In this lie' is Late for the government bees already appointed a commission dealing with this question, He
would like to reform the Senate, bul
be  makes no suggestion as to how
1 ..;.. I <��� brought about. He objects to the systi m of paying bonuses
tor immigrants, forgetting that the
system was established by the Conservative government and the Liberals merely continued a policy in
ihis regard thai h td icon In oj erat'.d
11  ���  ..  .a .,.'   .   (,-.  yt-ae'S.    'i ie-   l.i.  .:..
government have not only greatly increased the number of immigrants
arriving in the country but have lm-l
with which all the people of the west
appear to  be quite satisfied.
All  This Already  Done.
Mr.  Borden  would  like  to see the
public domain so administered and de-!
veloped that a reasonable proportion.
of the increment should inure to the
people.    Mr.  Borden must have overlooked the  regulations  now  in  force
as to  coal    lands.    In    Conservative
times a speculator might control
proved the quality. The great bulk of j thousands of acres for a few dollars
our Immigration now is from the old j ail :u.,.e and j^p t-nem undeveloped,
���country and the United States.   They ' Umler Liberal administration, no man 1'
are admittedly the best that can be  owns tile ctiai   he may lease an areai5^ ' -  :    ���        ~
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cause there are practically no differ- j on   what coai  ht.  mines,  and  he  is; 1
ences of religion, language, literature, I i)OUIUj   to   mine   WA\  0p   forfeit    Ae;
sentiment or manner of living. tease.    The Liberals have  in  opera-1
Liberals Protect Provincial Rights, j tion tt,e very policy which Mr. Borden |
Mr. Borden desires the unimpaired j says he would wish to inaugurate.
malntemace Of all powers of self-gov- The Railway Commission is already
ernmenl which have been conferred overburdened with work, but Mr.
upon the provinces of Canada under Borden would change its name to
the constitution. No oue Will H'��l>ut�� , public Utilities Commission and give
the logic of this.    The Liberals arei (Continued on Page Six.)
Tender
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sausage
BOLOGNA
FARMER'SiPORK
Canadian Pacif ic Railway Co.
���ritnti Columbia Coast Line
Service.
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Just Received:
Carload of
staunch supporters of provincial
rights and Upon Several occasions last
session. when the Conservatives
would have encroached upon tiie
rights of the provinces to ail minister
jutttlce, the Liberals interposed and \
would not permit such a violation of
the constitution.
.   One  plank  in  the platform  of  Mr. I
Borden aludes to "the restoration of
the  public lands  to  thc provinces  of;
Alberta  and  Saskatchewan  upon  fair j
terms."    Before anything can be res- j
tored   it   must   be   appropriated.     Al-;
berta  and  Saskatchewan    never had'
any   public   lands,  consequently   they
have  never been  deprived  of  them,;
anil it follow^ that they cannot be res-1
tored.    A   very  handsome  equivalent j
is given the provinces of Alberta and
Saskatchewan in lieu of public lamls,!
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it is necessary to know what, we are eating.
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General Repairing.
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Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
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Columbia and Front Sts.      Phone 275
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Excursion rates to all points East
July 3rd, 4th and uth; August Sth,
9th and 10th. Tickets good for three
months.
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New Westminster.
Westminster Iron Works
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SHIP SMITHING, BkiuuBj and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
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$60
ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
AND RETURN
Tickets
on sale Sept.  11,  12, 13,  account
sit'on.     Return   Limit,   Ninety
Jamestown Expo-
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Above rate is from New Westminster; $60 trom Seattle.
Same rates apply to Duluth; proportionately low rates from
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Low rates to Omaha, Kansas City, Si Louis, and many
other Eastern points.
ODDFELLOWS-   MEETING.   ELAINE,   WASH..     Sept.   5th
Round trip fare ?1.60, children 75c. Special train leaves
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m. Returning leaves Blaine 2:00 a. m.: arrives Westminster 3:00 a. in.   Tickets good for return passage Sept. 6th..
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phcr<*   19-1. NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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THIS ELEGANT LimtARV INCLUDING L25 VOLUMES AND
HANDSOME CASE WILL BE GIVEN UY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OB SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER SECURING THF, LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES IN THE FOLLOWING   .MANNKit :
The merchants listed below will give  with each lOo cash pur-
ch ise' one vote.
The coniest began Aug. 23rd, LOOT, and will close' Jan, 23rd,
1908, at 7 p. 111.
A ballot box is placed In D. S. Curtis & t't.'s drug store, where
votes are to be deposited.
At the close of the conte'st the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having received the largest number of votes win be awarded the
library. ��� |
Current  accounts  when promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by trading with the firms listed below.
Library is on exhibition at W. E. Fales' furniture store.
1). S. Curtis will count the votes.
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S.S. Prtftcesa Victoria leaves Vancouver, 1 p.m   laily.
Leaves Victoria daily at 1 a.m.
VICiOIUA-SEATTLB ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE.
Leaves V. ' 'ria daily except Monday
! at 8:110.
VICTORIA     NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaves   Victoria   on   Tuesday   and'
, Friday at 7 a.m . and leaves Nen Wesl
minster on Wednesday  and Saturday
i at 7 a.m.
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VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily at lriO p.m
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves Victoria at 11 p.m.. on  1st,
Tth, and llth each month for Clayo-
1 quot;  ,leaves Victoria    oa    20th    for
I Quatsino ami way points.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Mon
.. day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
, aud Friday at 3 p. 111. and Saturday
, ft 2 p. m. with additional trip on Mon
! day at a a. m.
1     Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
1 Wednesday, Thursday aud Saturday at
T a. m.; Friday at 6 a. m. additional
1
I trip Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New  Westminster, 8  a.  a_.
| Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. ni. Tuesday,
Thursday an.l Saturdays, calling at
landings   between   New   Westminster
' and Chiiliwack.
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NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at  8   p.m,   2nd I
Und   16th  of  each   month,  calling  at
j Skidegate on first trip aud Bella Coola
ion second trip. Time on arrival and |
departure arc approximate.
For   reservations   and   Information
!   call or addr&ss
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Agent, New Westminster.
B. J. COYLE,
I AiBt. Cen. Iris-,   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
1����iien.t Superintendent. Victoria
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Vancouver.   B.  C.
J. HENLEY
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Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade �� Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth StreeU.
NEW   WESTMINSTER, 'b.  C. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
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rji\derwear   meivs
** B Underwear
For Fall Wear
QUIT SUNDAY FISHING
Off NEWFOUNDLAND
Revision of Laws Governing
Eastern Fisheries Will Restrict American Privileges.
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Wool   and   Cotton   Mix,   Shirts
and  Drawers,   per   sull..$1.00
Fleece Lined Shins and Drawers, per suit   $1.00
All  Wool,  Striped,  Shirts and
Drawers, per suit $1.50
ed Lined,  Wool,  heavtei weight, shirts & drawers/per suit $1.50
i- Brand"  wool,  elastic ribbed, shirts and drawers.per suit$1.50
e iger
Brand," heavy elastic ribbed, shirts & drawer
s,   per suit $2.00
Wool, Heece lined, heavy  weight
shirts and  drawers, per suit...
      $2.00
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SI .')���;< I<J'b" llghl weight, all wool
elastic ribjje I shirts and drawers,   |ver   suit $2.50
Sl ofleld's" heavy elastic, ribbed,
shirts and drawers.per s;iit$2.50
"Stanfleld's" heavy, fine, elastic
ribbed shirts and drawers, tnr>i-
Bull         $3.50
\lsei several other    lines
eading manufacturers,
from
Sole agents for
jiien Mesh."
"Tiie Dr. Deiruel
St. John's, N. p., St'in. 2.���The
Ni .foundland Cabinet held a meeting
Saturday to consider dispatches received fro mthe British Secretary of
State for tile Colonies relating io a ,
modus vivendi between Great Britain
and the Unite,] States for the (Joining
fishing Beason on the West Coasl. it
Is stated ihe' Americans have agreed
to abandon Sunday fishing and the
ise of purse seines in Newfoundland
waters. They insist. however, upon
the   light   tn  hire  Colonial   fishermen
��� uti de if the throe mile limit. The
i i le Dial Cabinet resists this contention and claims the right to enforce
��� ���   colonial laws, which require thai
Itizens <if the colony must obtain a
lioence from tbe Governmenl before
;i" i in I mployed b yforeign fishing vessels within colonial waters:, it
Is considered probable that an agree-
menl  for the Beason will be reached
wilhin a few ileevs,
large to be settled b;
bunal,
the   dispute   at
The Hague trl-
PHILLIPS, Wardrobe Clothier
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caEhed  or taken   for collection.
BANKING  BY   MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
fut-of-town accounts receive every attention.
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Electric Railway Service \
Interurban   Line.
tor Vancouver and   way
tationa  wil]   run   every half-
l0ur from 5:60 a. m. to 11:30
-. m,
ai's  leave tne  depot    every
'"ri minutes  for both Sap-
"'"c-n nnd city limits over the
|city unei
CitY  Line:
Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minute's after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a, m-
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutea after the hour,
half past and* fifty mfcfutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:80
a. m.
Sunday Service nait-nourly between 8.80 a.m. ami 11 p.m.
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Objects to  Attack.
To the Editor:���When tbe Russian
warahips fired on the fishing boats in
the North sea, what a great outcry
waa made, ,and what a sum the Russian's had to pay.    Now listen to this:
"Some   of   the   teachers   of   British '
Columbia are totally unfitted  by nature and by education to teach even '
in   the   backwoods,     These  teachers "
are mostly men and their certificates j
should  he summarily cancelled. Trustees   .are   victimized   by  these   incap-:
allies.    These    teachers    are    called
'birds of passage.' "
Who is it that dares to attack the
teachers in that manner? Look in
the Public Schools Report for 1905 or
in the Session papers, 1905, page A 65.
and there you will find Uie whole
story.
The .McBride government, over the
signature of .Alexander Robinson, it*
superintendent, is the brave party
that publighea such statements.
What the McBride government publishes is  a  privileged communication I
and so tbe teachers have no redress .
in a court of law.
Will the people of British Columbia
allow their teachers to he attacked
in that cowardly manner and not help
them? 3. N. MUIR.
Safe Blowers in Vancouver.
Vancouver, Sept. _!.���Some expert
safe blowers wrecked the offlce of the
Terminal City Rice company at 1h'>
cornei of Powell street and Hawks
avenue on Friday night. They must
have put In a very strong charge, for
when Mr. Mason, the manager of the
mills, arrived in the morning he found '
the front of the safe smashed to pieces and the door blown to the further side of the offlce, where it lay
twisted and crumpled like a piece of
paper. Ahout $20 and a number of
papera  were stolen.
The burglars go* Into the office ty e
picking the lock.   They then grilled a
hole in the safe and put In the .shot, i
Though  the explosion was heard b.v.
some'of the people living round, they I
tcok  it  to  be anything but  what  it1
was and no one got up to look.   The
poll e pronounce it to he one of the
neatest pieces of work they have ever
seen.
Hctel Guests.
Winds ir���John McKei n, .:. met;
J. Dough- rty, Cloverdale': T. R. Mc-
Korney, Dewdney: ri. A. Boyce, Sno-
' ririn C, A. Holderness, SeatU ;
\. ii. Gill, Blaine; S. B, Hampi in, P.
-.'. Hampton, John Doraey. P. P. Iron-
si |e, '".:��������� r, J. Poster, W. Foster,
���ill of Vancouver; M. Selaya, Sumas;
f!. Lewis, Sumtfs; .las. W. Xomh, Sno-
ho nish; .. J. Burton, City; A. Tisti ��� .
Barnet,
Guichon���J. E. Davi lson, Boston: J.
M, Atkins, ('apt. Freeman, J. F. Wilkinson, all Of Vancouver: Wm. Louis,
B llinghnm; A. L, Armstrong, Bel-
linghiiiii: ,E. A. Lockwood, London.
Ont.: Kathleen Lockwood, London,
Ont.;   Peter Miller, Blaine.
If vou are not wearing
PROGRESS BRAND
CLOTHING, you arc not
getting as much style ��� as
much service���as much satisfaction as vou should.
*t
And anv man, who buys
"PROGRESS BRAND,"
will tell vou so.
PROGRESS BkANO.
OOTHINO
"Progress Brand"
Clothing
H.   L.   de BECK
Condensed
Advertisements
WANTED���Smart boy to work iu
printing office. Jackson & Morrison, printers, Daily  News block.
FOUND���A white shepherd 'log with
one inch brown collar, tax No. 419,
1807, Vancouver. Call on .Ino. Allen, Sapperton.
, TO LET���Bed sitting room furnished,
ii-,ei Crescent and car. Apply White
Shiles & Co., Columbia street.
WANTED���Boy to take charge of office.   Apply in own handwriting te��
S. G, care of Daily News off.ee.
��� WANTED���Assistant in the' ready to
wear department, must have experience.   Apply W. S. Collister & Co.
! ROOM AND BOARD in private faro-
lly. Apply corner Queens avenue
and Eleventh street.
WANTED���Tq rent a furnished cottage or flat Immediately,   Apply A.
���!     C,  Daily  News Ofice.      ���
WE ARE USIBG PURE CAHADIAH MILK IH
n J        Milk Chocolate,
1 ,0 W/l fl   ^   Croquettes, Wafers,
VV TT i*U  W   Cakes, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IH %
/ PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
wanted���By experienced young
lady, position as stenographer aud
typist,      Write  -Miss   E3.   ri.   News
LOST���Tusk-shaped pearl stick pin,
gold mounted. Suitable reward.
Return to H. B. Cochran, care of
AV. .1. Kerr.
JANITOR WANTED for Central
School, New Westminster. Appli-
cations received until noon of Sept.
Oth.    R. Lennie,  Secretary.
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TO LET���A six-roomed cottage (modern)   wiih   good    garden   of   fruit
trees, near the city car line.   Address
Box  418, City.
FOR SALE���Gasoline fishing boat,
5500. Six horse power, double
cylinder, almost new, first class
machine in splendid condition. Apply to .1. K., P. O. Box 545, city.
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Not only Phonographs, Graphophones
ana Victor Talking Machines can be
purchased at TODD'S Music House,
hut also the finest Pianos manufactured
in the Dominion of Canada.
NORDHEIMER      DOMINION
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS
J. H. TODD
New Westminster s Music House
FOR SALE���A growing bakery and
confectionery business on Columbia
street. A splendid opportunity for
a man with small capital. Apply
166 Ce.lumbia street. tl
FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
rooms to let in Vancouver, 35 Hastings St., W. next door to Palace
hotel, Mrs. E. J. Grieve, proprietress.
6-ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth St.,
between Third and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to be
sold   Immediately;    a   bargain   at
$1500, half cash.    Apply .McQuarrie
&. Co., Front  St.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusively In timber.   Have large anil smau
tracts  on  water.    If you  wjsfc ftc
buy or sell, see me.   "Z. R. Chandler..
407 Hastings St.,  Vancouver. B.C.
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
To accommodate all the guests
who will visit the city during exhibition time it is desired that all householders prepared to offer accommodation at reasonable rates will leave
their addresses with Edward Hoult
billeting agent at the city hall, where
all  Information   may  be obtained.
ALEX. GARRETT,
Chairman of the Billeting committee.
For Sale or Charter
STERN-WHEEL STEAMER "HAMLIN." Length 146 feet, width 30
feet, depth 4 feet 6 inches. Engines 15x00, built in Pittsburg, Pa.;
shaft S inches. Boiler locomotive
t/pe, length 20 feet, diameter 12
inches; working pressure 125 lbs.
All pipe connections complete.
Particulars, price, etc., apply to
H. A. JOINES
407   Coi-dovi   St.,   Vancouver.
EAT
NEMO
3ND
We carry a large
stock of
McLaughlin
High Class
BUGGIES
with noiseless Axle
Washers; no narrow
leather washers to
wear out.
Call and see us; we
can suit you in both
quality and price.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
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toria.    The  company  has secured  an
option on  an ori  Albion  Iron Works
Dav; s street near Burrard street, Vancouver,
5-roomed bungalow; bath, jras and electric light;
$3,850, or will nake a reduction for cash. Size of
lot thirty-three by one hundred and thirty-two ft.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W. corner Abbott St.
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
' property on Btore street and may use
it for terminal  ;>uri>o.ses.    The prop-
I erty   is   quite   an   i-xtensive one  and
| would afford greatly Increased tacili-
ties   for   the   handling   of   the   com-
I pany'.;  growing  business should-they
| decide   to   locate   their freighl   yards
und sheds there.
The company has  now  been writing for years for a settlement of the'
Ekmghee   reserve   question   in  order!
that  they   might   secure   trackage  fa- i
cilities   there.   ';ut  the   matter  seems
to be   no   nearer   settlement  than it
ever   was,   so   the  company   has  decided    to     prepare     an     alternative
scheme.    This, it  is  believed, is the
reason  for  the company securing the
option  on  the old  iron  works prop-
JEWELRY
Jewelry for ladies, also for
babies, gentlemen included.
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
fflces,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
itreets, New Westminster, B. C
SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1907.
ORIENTAL CHE*P LABOR.
h is exactly a month since we
broughl againsi Mr. Bowser and the
governmenl of which he had then
recently become a memher, a very
serious accusation: or, perhaps, we
should Bay that wo believed them to
be guilty of conduct enuring tor severe condemnation. The' fact is, that
ut the moment of writing we were
unable to lay our hand upon a docu-
mi'iit which we wanted, and were
therefore, writing from memory, forced io speak in a tentative way. Mr.
Dowser in some speech or interview
bad used words obviously Intended
to convey the Impression that the
"NataJ" Act, which he hud attempted
to imt upon the statute book, had
failed to become a law because the
Lieut-Governor, had refused assent,
nnd that the refusal was the Lieut.-
Governor's own personal act and
deed. As a rule, the Lieut.-Governor
is simply the mouthpiece of tbe government: but Mr. Bowser evidently
sought to convey the impression that
in this instance he was not. lie
wanted people to believe that (he Mc-
Bride government had no hand in lhe
refusal to assent lo the ".Natal" Act���
Hint the refusal was to be blamed
either mi the I.lout.-Governor personally or on the Ottawa Government.
Commenting on this utterance of Mr.
Bowser's,  we said:
"Now we do not believe that this is
the correct view. We know then Mr.
Bowser's bill, us Introduced, did not
prohibit Oriental Immigration at all.
II purported to do so��� it looked like
the Natal  act.  BO'tO  speak;   lent   there'
was a superfluous "not" in ihe executive clause which entirely changed
ilu- legal effect, ant made the bill
rather an Invitation to than n prohibition eef Oriental immigration, Our
'lufformation is thai the bill wen:
through all its stagss without correction nl iliis "clerical error," mil thai
the royal assent wis refused on account ol the existence of this error in
th�� leiii," ,#*��� ���-    r -
���' as a matter oi fact, an essential
not" waa omitted, lent the effect waa
the same. Most people know that
when we iiiii ot a "NaUl" net, we
mean an acl which requires Immigrants i-> pass -,\ certain educational
test, The Natal ad passed in 1900 by
the British Columbian Legislature
ami disallowed, provides that ihe immigration io British Columbia of anj
perse n who falls tn show thai he can
v\ rite in ihe' cl aracters or some European language, "shall b - UNlawful."
Mr, !: .:\.-��� r's act, which Is not law 'e'en:-.' :. il ass nte 1 to, pro\ Idi s that
the Immigration of any person who
. anno! rfritje and n ad ISngflish or
some other European language,
"SH \!.i. BE  LAWFUL."
Of course the words which we'
quote are Inconsistent with the whole
tenor < ; the act, but there It Is, The
bill upon the Introduction and passing of which Mr. Bowser vaunts him-
Belt is a till which dei lares In effei:
thai the Immigration of Oriental
cheap labor "shall be lawful." Mr,
Bowser h:;s even written lo the Anti-
Orienlul league, Of Vancouver, urging
it    to   use   its   Influence   to   have'    Ih '
bill ass nted to, so thai it may become law! The only effect would be
to make the province ridiculous. The
Japanese can come In now, without
.Mr. Bowser's help, eind his acl would
nol open the door to the Chinese, because the Dominion Act,. imposing a
$5t ei held tax, overrides provincial
legislation.
We heive not. time today, to dwell
open all the curious features of this
affair. A government which has at
its hea | a gentleman so "frank and
candid" as Mr, McBrlde should certainly pul the public in possession of
some Information ahout the matter.
Here is a bill which, purporting to
provide for the exclusion of a certain class of immigrants, does actually provide for their admission. That
bill   not    only   went   through   all   its
stages in the legislature, but is actually printed in the current volume
Of the statutes, marked "assent re- I
served." No schoolboy reading clause
I of the net could fail to understand
its express provision that the immigration Into British Columbia of any
person who SHALL FAIL to prove '
that he can write and read English
Or some other European language,!
SHALL BE LAWFUL, Has Mr. Bowser never taken the trouble to read
the act which lie introduced? If he his
read it, how does it happen that he
continues to speak of it as if il we're |
an act to exclude Orientals, when it
is really an act to admit them: and
bow does it happen that Mr. Bowser
and the government continue to bold
the Lieut.-Governor up to public condemnation because be refuse,! assent
to such a ridiculous 11111111110?
City Voters' List
Notice1 is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1907 has
been completed, and that the same
may be seen at this office for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be added
to the said Voters' List, or any Elector who shall desire to have any
name erased therefrom, must prefer
his or her request in writing, signed
with his or her name, and shall deliver or cause same to be delivered,
to the City Clerk within the time
hereinbefore specified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's office. City Hall,
New Westminster, Aug. 2b, imrf.
Horace Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
li;:
Columbian ������ I Another Camp
will   re-o:ien   ft   a.   m.. ri. I
will   re-open  0  a.   m..
TUESDAY, Sept. 17 1
Gymnasium anl  Y.  M. C. A.  ri
building will be ready for use  g
October 1st.
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For Calendar, etc.. address:     |f
COLUMBIAN      COLLEGE.       ��
Recently the Vancouver Bar passed
a drastic resolution reflecting on Mr,
Justice Martin, and a Victoria paper
explains that the members of the Bar
were moved to do so b.v the fact that
the learned judge's action had "delayed the settlement of legal business
and loss to clients." Now "loss to
clients" is n euphemism for "gain to
lawyers" and if Mr. Justice Martin
delayed that, it is not to be wondered at that, the Bar went for bis
scalp���is  it?
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Is just opened at the west end of the city to
work on the Eburne line, you know what it
means.
Five lots on Nanaimo street between Fourteenth and Sixteenth streets, facing the
south, lovely view, each only $250
WAITED YEARS FOR RESERVE
NOW SECURES ANOTHER SITE
Victoria, Sept. 2.���The near future
will sec Important developments in
connection with the terminal facilities  of the  E.  &  N.  Railway in  Vic-
Best of fruit land, clay loam on
clay subsoil, very easily cleared,
in blocks to suit at $15 per acre
liale & La nej
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
P. O. Box   26(
Phone  335
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Hunting
Boots
SPECIAL!
10 Acres, Section 30, Township 2, Surrey,
$500
one-half cash, balance 1 year at 7 per cent
P. PEEBLES fr1
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If you are contemplating a
hunting trip this Fall���let
us talk Hunting Boots to you
Vai'.'.t.'M'M'.a.'MXM'M'M'MbM
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W.  E.   FALES9
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
Our strong line of Hunting
Boots is of the celebrated
Dayfoot make.
This is a 15-inch Top Boot
made of brown moose hide
���a perfectly waterproof
boot and one that will
stand all kinds of wear.
Our price for them is
$7.00 a pair.
See'our line of Light
Trouting Boots. We
can show you a first-
class article in these
goods.
M��iifiBBS5iw5e55��iiii
We also have the American DIZER BOOT-the
finest prospector and Hunting Boot made
in the world.
Prices, $9 to $11 a pair.
Our line of Hunting Boots made in different length
tops at $5.00 a pair are unequalled
elsewhere.
JOHNSTON'S
 BIG SHOE HOUSE Ltd.	
>*< I am the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings  Dealer,   Funeral
>! Director and Emhalmer, and I will soil you anythlngin my line cheap
���j and will give you better value than you can gel in any other place
�� in the city.   Try me.
V Wall Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
J Matting from 15c up. Linoleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretch-
$ ers, the best made, $2.25 per set. Carpets, all grades and
!���! prices.    Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre-
>; ambulators and Go-Carts of ail descriptions.
V fr
i��; Al! kinds nf job work and repairing done dn shortest notice. Reas,on-
>i< able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving daily.
���*, I have sold the block and am still doing business in the same place
j��! an.', in the same old way.
3. 	
There are Four Lots
on Sixth Avenue which can be had
till Monday for
$1,200
And a lot on Sixth Street for $800
BOURNE y GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE
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���"HED  RUB"
il The Latest Hair Tonic
\\ Price    -    -     $J..OO
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AUGUST 91, 1907
X.     THE   DAILY   SEWS.
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New
Fall Coats
IHK CHILL OF THE EVENINGS AND EARLY MORNINGS
R), FORCIBLE REMINDERS OF FALL DRESS NECESSITIES.
i, g QUICK BUYING OF IMPORTED FALL COATS AND COS-
tJMES   SHOW'S   KEEN  KNOWLEDGE OF  FASHION'S BEST.
Bv<      -tyle of Long Coats and  Short   Coats,    loose  and    Bemi-
Itlng, as  well as several  of the    New   Tom ist  Coats  of    heathe"
tan  shades.    The new  Jap  sleeves    are very   prominent  and
have   the   strappings   over  the  shoulder    to  give  the latest
, ,,   effect.     Colors  are  the becoming    cardinal,    green,    fancy
cri, stripes of    brown or garnet, exquisite, soft,  warm-looking
Prices range  from   $6.00 to $50.00
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lades.
v.,  are showing the most complete line of Dress Skirts ever on
thlbitlon in  Westminster.    These come in voiles, panamas and all
latest
weaves
to be  found on  the  market.
Millinery
Designed by our regular artl3t staff,
made by our own careful people, we'
promise you style ami correctness In
every way, and exceptionally gooi
materials. All the fashionable shapes
can lie had here, and the ribbons,
velvets and wings allow full play in
colors and  color combinations.
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*H ill lines of Sheets, Sheetings,     Pillow   Cottons,   Towels,
|   ��� Bowel        ['able Linens.  Napkins,   Pure   Irish   Linen   Table  Cloths;
|   ��B to :'ri yards long, borders all   round.    Special 25 per cent
,   ��� fl:   ������ prices.
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4 ��� Iquarters for all the newest  Fall Fabrics.    We have
*H in.-,- a   vast  assortment   of     Plain   Cloths   an!     Fancy
+ H .vhich we are justly  proud.       Many  of   the   patterns   are
��H u| could only be ap  re'ci.r.eri by visiting this store to see
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'\M     50c  to   $2.25
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)7   ��� ���      35c   to   52.09
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STORE   CLOSES    AT    5    P. M.
T. H. SMITH
267 and 271 Columbia Street, New Westminster.
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T. R. Pearson is a visitor at the
St. Alice hotel, Harrison Hot Springs.
For all kinds of cut flowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
The scholarship examinations at St.
Ann's academy for the prizes which
were donated by Bishop Dontenwldl
and Mayor Keary, have been postponed till tomorrow at 2 p, m.
M. .1. Phillips returned yesterday
from Harrison Hut Springs, where
he had been spending the past week.
L. McQuarrie, accompanied by Mrs.
McQuarrie, is spending a few days at
Aglsslz.
Jackson &. Morrison, printers,, announce that they are prepared to accept   orders   at  their   branch   office.
Geins for hire at Geo. R. Speck'.-
Trapp block. Columbia street
The> members of the Columbian col-1
lege board will bold a meeting at the j
college   this  evening,   when   business
pertaining   to   tbe ensuing term   will i
be taken up.
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For   cut   flowers,   bouquets   or   fun-1
eral  designs telephone  T.   Davies   &
Son, B 20$.
A. E. White will commence this evening rehearsing the cantata, "Gallia,"
whirli was produced by the amalgamate,1 choirs of the city churches
some months ago. The production will
be re-rendered in the near future.
John A. Lee's
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3, Forsyn, representing th.- Seattle
'upper company, returned yesterday
evening from a three months' pros-
pectlng cruise in the Lillooet <lis-
trlct. Mr. Forsyn located some promising copper deposits during the;
course of liis nip, and after making
a short stay in the city, where he will
purchase supplies, be will return to
Lillooet   to   continue   his prospecting.
The ladies of St. Andrew's church
will give a social on Thursday evening in the lecture room of the church,
as a means of welcoming the pastor,
Rev. ,1. S. Henderson, back from the
'���as-, ami also to assist the young
people wiio have lately associated
themselves witli the congregation to
get acquainted. Music and refreshments will be features of the evening's  entertainment.
The  fishing steamer Celestial  Em-
Owing to other arrangements as to
the allotment of his time em the
coast, having been made, the Rev, Dr.
Crafts, of the International Reform
Bureau, did not come lo New Westminster as was announced. Mrs.
Crafts, however, came over on Sun-
ilay ami delivered an addresB in tiie
Queen's Avenue Methodist church after tiie conclusion of the regular service, on tbe subject, "God Made the
World, and Woman, Too." The talk
proved to lee very interesting and
was listened to by a large audience.
Mrs. Crafts returned to Vancouver on
Sun lay evening.
FUNERAL OF CHARLES DIGBY.
The remains of the late Charles
Digby, who died last Friday morning,
were laid to rest in the Church of
England cemetery at Sapperton on
Saturday afternoon, the Revs. A. Shildrick and A. E. Dunlop officiating. The
procession left the family residence
pire, belonging to the Canada Fishing;""  Albert  Crescent,  ami   went,  to St.
Company, arrived yesterday morning
:: , .. rthern halibut tank.) wfth
(105,000 pounds of fish, which was unloaded yesterday and will be shipped
''.est as soon as it can be dressed and
frozen. The steamer will
gel away for tiie north again this
evening.
Money to loan on mortgage on approved security. White & Shiles, Co-
ieim'eia  street, city.
A large number of Royal Templars
if Temperance calebrated Labor Day
:y holding a picnic a; Enlish bay ami
Stanley park. Two special cars were
used in conveying the holiday party to
Vancouver. Owing to the rain which
prevailed during the early part of
ilie' day the outing was not, as keenly
enjoyed as was hoped, but the event
; assed off very nicely notwithstanding.
Mary's   church,   Sapperton,   where   a
service was conducted, after which ;v
start   was   made   for   the   cemetery,
many friends of the departed accompanying the remains to the last rest-
probably | ing    place.    Tlle    pallbearers    were:
1 Mayor Keary. Judge Bole, L. Benson,
j John   Archer,   .1.   Cameroon,   and A.
I Cunningham.
A great  number of floral offerings
which were laid bn the coffin testified
| to  the  esteem in which  the late  Mr.
��� Digby was held.   Among the' emblems
were one from Fraser Lodge No. 2. A.
1 O.  ri.  W..  A. &  P.. Compani is,  Duke
of  Connought's   Own  Rifles,   Matron
! and   Nurses  of the  Royal  Columbian
; Hospital,   Electric   Light   Staff.   New
' Westminster Brewery  Staff  and  others.
Just as the funeral cortege was
leaving, the house a regretabla accident   occurred  which  nearly  resulted
MAN'S  INHUMANITY  TO   MAN.
"The average man comes very near
being an idiot in taking care of himself. You have seen him wearing a
fur cap ou his head while bis shoes
let in tiie snow and water. He wears
au overcoat on his back ami nothing
but a thin shirt over his chest. Hi' la
j mighty scared about freezing his lingers while liis throat is exposed to
blizzards aud he is often ailing or
thiuks he is. It's herb tea, root tonics. Peter's pills, Paul's pine tar cordials or plasters and cures, until the'
balance wheel iu the machine comes
to a slop. Nature wants to keep going, but she can't. He drinks whisky
aud that clogs the valves; he drinks
beer and that clogs the wheels; he
pours down lemonade, gingenale, buttermilk, ice water, tea, coffee, anil
what not, and then wonders why the
tire under the boiler does not burn.
If you should take an ox and put him
through a like performance he'd be
dead in a year. The simplest and
plainest laws of health are outraged
every hour of the day by the average
man. Diel Adam smoke? Did Eve
.wear corsets'.' Did Solomon chew tobacco? Did Ruth chew gum? Did the
children   of   Israel   make   for   a   beer
garden ai'ler crosatng the Red Sea?
Did Rebecca, eat gum drops and ice
cream and call for soda water? Adam
was the firsl man nml was made perfect from haad to heel. How long
would lie remain so after eating a
mince pie before going to heel? Suppose he had s<iept in a; bedroom 5x7
Willi tbe window*down,, the door Khut
and two dogs under the lied? Suppose
Eve had laced herself up in a corset, pul on tight siloes, anij sat up
all hours of ihe night earing ber fill
of Hash ami sizzled ber hair. When
you come to look al the way a man
misbehaves himself you can only
wonder lie ever lived to get there.
According to the foregoing you may
bo a fool���you certaeiuly ace If you
neglect your eyesight, and yet. hundreds are putting off the use of
glasses because they do not, want to
"look old"���nonsence���you can get a
new set,of teeth, bat nobody can give
vein a new pair of eyes. lie wise.
Consult our OPTICIAN���DON'T RE
AFRAID OF THE COST���voir can get
fitted at your own price and fitted
properly.
Curtis' Drug Store, F. W. Heath.
bile of Ottawa, in charge of the optical  department
We Are Not in the Trust!
And can save you 50 per cent,
on a SAFE or CASH REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT COY.
Vancouver,  ft. C.
510 Richards St., Phone 21 li ri
in serious injury to two la lies.   Mrs.
and   Miss  Seeley.    As  they   were ea- j
terlng  their  carriage  preparatory   loi
leaving   for  the   cemetery   the   front
A Large Shipment of
rockerv^Glassware
A team of bay horses was captured
,el   tbe   New   Westminster   bridge late
yesterday evening by one of the toll
,,   axle snapped ami tiie sudden lurch of
the rig scared the horse so badly thai
it   ran away, throwing the ladles to
collectors. The team was galloplnj
madly-across when the keeper sprang
out aud stopped the burs,' ���' mad career. After wailing awhile, and seeing no claim, int arriving tor the
horses ami democrat to which they
were hitched, ibe outfll was taken to
s. I!. Thompson's barn, where they
remain. .   I
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
.as well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to re3t.
Same   old   address':
334 Hastings SI.      VANCOUVER
FOR THE BEST
Photograph
MONEY CAN BUY
AT ANY PRICE
VISIT
THE
the sidewalk. They were' helped up
and assisteel to their home in a more
or less injured and shocked condition. The horse, which had been
hired from a down-town liveryman,
was stopped before it hail covered
much  ground.
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.      OUR   PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
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ADAMS y DEANS
Tli;' lir.-, annual convention pf the
Christian Endi avon rs for British Columbia will convene hen m'Septem-
bei 26-28, when it Is expected that
about    ."on    de'.eg tes    from    various
; ;,;'S   <>!'    ril',.'    pfOvinC I    Will    '>���-    In   nl-
tendance. The meeting will mark n
ej och ia ilie history oi ila leav >
work In British Columbia1, anei already
great preparations are being made to
make ii, a notable one. The provincial officers have spared no effort to
arrange a satisfactory meeting an.l
the programme of exercises will cover
every depar!meni of ilie Endeavor11
work.
LADIES'
Hairdressing Parlors
Hairdressing Tonic Washes
Manicuring Toilet Articles
Shampooing Facial Massage
Scalp Treatment Given
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OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia
Street. Entrance on Sixth Street
GENTLEMEN!
What is nicer than a
well-cut Suit, made of
the finest materials?
1 have the finest selection of Cloths to
choose from in Van-
^    couver.
THE VERY LATES! STYLES
DAN SMART &C0., Tailors
Opposite Da ity
Province office
145 Hastings St. W.,
Royal Studio
CUNNINGHAM
BLOCK
Proprietor, L. HAWEIS
(pronounced Hoyes)
H. STEWARDSON 500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
Civil Engineer and     ,=raSer River Tannery
Draftsman  ,
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER    Highest Cash Price Paid
���est Site for Residences in the City
Lots een  Queen's  Avenue,  letween Second and Third Sts.;
cleared;  lane in rear.    $2,000; 1-3 cash, bal. ti & 1- mos.
l.i
opposite Orphanage, on car line
road on three sides,
$1,000;   terms.
cure tiie.-*, as thev witl no
I  be Ions on the market.
IcLEOD, MARK & CO.
"Th
e Farm Land Specialists,'
New Westminster
i-'ruit and poultry farm in Surrey,
five miles from New Westminster,
good house and well; lb acres cleared,
balance part Alder bottom. Price
$2." tier acre. Easy payments. White
& Shiles & Co., 260 Columbia Street,
New Westminster. 8-16-7
Tin' annual A.gisslz fair, which was
held yesterday afternoon and evening,
attracted a large number of neighbouring funneis and others Interesi I
in agriculture. j\s usual. T. Sharpe,
of the experimental farm, was ley far
the heaviest exhibitor, ami some of
tiie vegetables and grains Bhowed by
him were' among the best seen for a
long time. Owing to the unfavorable
weather, th" fair was not as well
patronized as In former years, the
rain making everything extremely dis-
agreea' le, A ilance ."as held in the
A-,i-sir. hall In the evening, which
wees largely attended by.the younger
people. During ihe afternoon a football game was played between the
(riilllhv.ii'li and th'1 Agassis, teams, re-
suiting in a score it two all.
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Shooting season opens on Monday, and accidents are common every year, but the wise
sportsman will take out an accident policy
to protect himself against  any mishap.
I will write you a policy for any length of
time, from a day to a year.
A. W. IVIcLEOD, General Insurance Broker
Phone 62        m       Armstrong Block, New Westminster. B. C.        t-t        P.O. Box 394
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THE DAILY NEWS.
... TUESDAY. BEPTEMI
ER-
TO THE RESIDENTS OF
SAPPERTON:
We  have  just   opened   an   up-
to-date
MEAT   STORE
cn the corner of Columbia and
Keary   Streets.
We intend to carry only  the
choicest   of   MEATS,   POULTRY     and-    FRESH     FISH.
Orders   promptly  delivered.
Your  patronage   solicited.
J. TRA VERS & CO.,
Oor.   Keary and  Columbia  Sts,
SAPPERTON.
MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
ebe Postmaster General, will he re-
calved at Ottawa until noon, on Friday, the twenty-.-evi nth day of September, for Lhe conveyance of His
Majesty's mails, on a proposed con
tract for lour years, twice per wee1:
each way, between New Westm.nst ������
ami Strawberry Hill (Proposed Post
Office on Soott Roadi, during the
Postmaster General's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of pio-
iKiseil contract may be serin ini
blank forms of tender may be Obtained at the Pasl Offices of New W ���;'-
minster and t'reem Mr. Robt (1. Lee,
Scott road, <and at the office of the
Post Office Inspector.
Post Office inspector's Office.
Vancouver, B. C, Aug. 10. 1907.
JOHN  R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office Inspector
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Optical Department
��
A large projiortion of the public
these days wear GLASSES���still a
larger proportion need them. We are
jn shape to suit glasses to any sight
no matter how young or how old.
You may have just failing eight or
you may have mixed sight. It's all
the .same to up, we have the appliances and glasses to suit anybody and
everybody. As to prices, well we
have them trom 50 cents up. NO
FIT NO PAY.
D. S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spectacle^Seetts
New Westminster
DISTRICT OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TAKE NOTICE that I. ,1. P.Thompson, of .New Westminster, B. C,
cruiser, intend to apply fur special
timber licenses over tiie following
described lands:
1. Commencing; at a post set on
fix south banli of Cypress Creok
about three and a half miles west
from Silver Creek, which runs into
Harxlson Lake; thence north eighty
chains, west eighty chains, south
eighty chains, and east eighty chains
to paint of commencement,
,i. I'. CHOMPS )N.
2. Commencing at a pnst set on
the  south   bank  <Kf    Cypress    CreeV
,. abo.'it three am! a Half miles west
ffroui Silver Creel,,, which runs int-j
Harrison Lake; tbence west eighty
chains, south fortj chains, east one
hundred ami sixty ihains. north forty
Chains, ami west eighty chains to
poini   ot   commencement
.1.  P.  TIIOMP.riJ.V
3. Commencing at a post set on the
railway tieflt line dtetani about six
miles north of the north shore of Harrison Lake; tin nce west eighty
chains, south eighty cliains, east
eighty chains, and nortii eighty chains
to poind  of commencement.
.1.  P.  THOMPStJV
New Westminster, B.C.,
August   lilih.   1907.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watches  from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up,
Agent for the celebrated South B��.nd
Watches, supplied to the Welinuin
Arctic Expedition.   All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charge* reasonable.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office 'Phone 185.      Barn Fbone 187
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
part of the city. |
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Light and Heavy Hauling
Off! so���Tram Depot
CONSERVATIVE LEADER'S
FA|UiRE
(Continued from Page Two.)
it extended jurisdiction over all corporations owning or oix-rating public
utilities or invested with franchises
of a national character. In other
w<e7ds, he seek., to adopt the ol 1
Tory method of placing as much
power as possible in the hands of
certain people, to the detriment of
others, whose rights WO Uel d lie seriously menaced. This plank is too
impracticable and not desirable.
Borden Political Rip Van Winkle.
When   seriously     proposing     to the
people to dispense with the Liberal
government ami place the Conservatives in power, so that the national
waterways may be developed, and improved��� that our national ports maybe equipjied���that our transportation j
facilities may be Increased���and a
system <>T cole] storage be established,
i one almosl regards Mr. Borden as a
political Rip Van Winkle���all these
tilings have been anil are being done
at this very hour. Millions oi money
have been spent ley the Liberals on
these very tiling- ami on the subject
' eef waterway Improvements Mr. Bor
den himself alluding to the government's sdhemes in this regard, said
ih;:t   the order in  council embodying
e
tin' government's proposal was the
most comprehensive state document
, he had ever read. There is no occasion for a change Of government to
meet Mr. Borden's wishes in this jrar-
ticu'lar.
Best  F.scal  Policy Now Working.
Mr. Hoi den favors a fiscal policy
which will promote the production
within Canada of all useful articles
anil commodities that can be advantageously produced or manufactured
from or ley means of our national resources. This is our old friend, "protection," alias high tariff. It would
appear to most people that the Liberia!
fiscal policy is good enough to keep.
During April, .May, June and July
Camilla's foreign trade amounted to
$214,166,015, an increase of $22,098.,-
054. Exports of mine products increased $743,832. Agricultural products increased $3,84.7,874. For the
month of July exports Increased by
$11,174,051. tiie total for the month
being $27,7.23,598, For the same
month exports of products of fisheries
Increased $77)0,000, exports of lumber
Increased $6,000,00.0, manufacture;, increased  $7710,000.
ii would appear that the fiscal policy of the government does not leave
much to be desired, and that the in-
I t.oiests of the manufacturer, the consumer and the wage earner are sufficiently protected without handing
them over to Hon. G. E, Foster of I.
O. F.  fame'.
Speaking of the All-Red route, Mr.
Borden confines himself to the allegation thai tiie Conservatives were
ilie originators of the Ail-Red idea,
an I his criticism 'is that Sir Wilfrid
was nil entitled to claim any originality in its conception. This being so,
Mr. Borden may he expected to give
ti." scheme his hearty support when
it i ;������ les up in parliament.
The leader of the opposition would
like mutual priri rential trade within
the Empire. His method of securing
this boon is by "negotiation, legislation, and other constituional means."
Canada has given Greal Britain a
preference, and when the British people are educated so that they apre-
ciate the advantages of preferential
trade, it is not unlikely Mr. Borden's
wishes will be realized; but the people of Great Britain would resent any
inti i ference In the'.r domestic legislation, as we would. This is one of
the matters which must be deft for
time to bring about.
Sir Wilfrid Will Remain Premier.
There were other subjects mentioned by Mi. Borden of more or less interest, inn one cannot Enumerate
them :b,b. The Issue, trom a Conser
v ttlve stan [point, Is now before the
; eople, and howev i m ich we admire
the personal bonestj of Mr. Borden,
he cannot lie said to nave presented
anything which bears resemblance to
constructive statesmanship. His ,;iy,
v. as a difficult one. His political tour
!d.s been Inaugurated by an academic
discussion of genera] political prin-
cfpi b. Much thai he desires to s< e
accomplished Is already in active operation���much thai he deplores has
been changi i and the remedy applli d
sipce Liberals came Into power. ,-\ me
of the' things he would Hk ��� to t
occur .ir<' visionary and not within
the  range  of practical  politics.
Conservative Party  Beyond   Hope.
The Conservative party has no Inducements tei offer th i ��� ple,. and no
sufficient'reason for asking ;; change
of government, When the time arrives to record ve>tes it will be found
that the people of Canada are quite
satisfied with the way public affair-;
have been conducted for the (east
eleven years, and Sir Wilfrid Laurii r
will continue to be Prime Minister of
fanada. ���
Good Investments
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in Choice Acreage
SEP1
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Handsome Homes
Our List is the largest, most complete and up-to-date in this city.
0 LOTS on  Brunette and  Distillery      100 acres, less 3Vi_ for new railway,
streets, Sapperton.    $1600;   hall cash,  Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,!
balance terms. ���   'under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
1 Lot 66x182 ft., S. Vi of 8, lane at. ' *" acres under-drained, ditched all
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price round and fenced around and through
$1250;  half cash, bal. 0 months. centre;     5 room house;    barn 40x75,
sufficient feed for about 300 head of
stock. Price $8000; terms one-third
cash, bal to suit purchaser. One mile
from station on new car line.
4 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth nnd
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 25 and
30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half cash, half six nionths. l>ri  22,  block    B,    between    Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnar-
j von street; full size $1600.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x1112 only $800, a
splendid  investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $050.
160 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
and   le>an  too  16x22;   barn  30x32  and
160 ACRES about two miles from
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
and partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $1760
cash, balance to be arranged.
l^i ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.
Lot 8; south side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half cash.
2   LOTS,   132x132, N.-W.   corner  of
St. Andrews.    Price
lean  too 32x14;   granary   10x16;   two! 10th Street   and
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon ; $1050; half cash.
shed 20x30;  small milk house, small;    l LOT, full size,    Block 59,   Lot S,
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing j Sub. 9;  partly cleared.   $200, cr $150
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price jcash.
$6000;  $2000 cash, balance easily ar
ranged eat 7 per cent.
Ful] sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new house;  $1400.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each. I
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27 Vi acres of tbe be6t 6oil, 10 acres \
cleared, under cultivation;  200 young j
fruit trees, just comencing   to   bear;
new house, IV2 storey, 5 rooms;    hen
houses,  in  good  order;     some  acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring.      Balance
of    property   easily    cleared.     Price!    120 acres- E ^ section 2r'< tow��-
ship 9, Maple Ridge, 1 barn 70x78 ft.,
i  barn  38x70 ft.,  6-room  house,    all
nearly new; 70 acres cleared, 50 acres
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
$4,700
and 12 months.
$2500 cash, balance 6
This property is only V2 mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ton ri!xl20 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue anl
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 l-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 22 1-2x85, $450;
five lits, $400. Call at our office on "'"
Front street anei in-pe ft ; rins.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street. Sapperton; ten's for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
under cultivation; balance as pasture,
easily cleared, 2 acres of orchard;
good rich bottom land; 2 good wells
and creek; $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,
halance easy.
2V_> storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot 66x132;
lane at back; part of lot^set out with
fruit trees and nice "lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
i lots cleared without a stump; Bmall
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
1 1-2 house, 6 rooms and flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent. Size of lot 55x105.
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
Lots 16. 17 and 20 of 11 of 2. Price
$500 for three rr ?17.J each; 1-2 cash
halance 0 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized Lot on 4th St. at the end 1
of Regina St.,  between  Sth  and 6th
avenues, west side of 4th St.    Price 1
$400;   half cash.
4 Lots SSxl32 each, 4th avenue,'
13th street.    $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES on 1 lot, Keary Street,
Sapperton; 5 rooms and kitchen, wood
shed and 4 rooms, kitchen and wood
shed. $1000 each, one-third cash, balance easy.
77.58 ACRES, black loam land, all
ploughed and cleared and dyke J; N.
E. V4 Sect. 5. $75 per acre, one-third
cash, one-third 3 months, one-third 6
months.
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing Sth Avenue,
4 lots cleared, small house, chicken
house, 175 chickens; fenced. Inclusive
price $1500, $1000 cash.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north side between First and Second
streets, No. 5, 6 and 7. Price $400
each or $1100 for tie three.
Full sized lot, north side of Hamilton street between Sixth and Eighth
.streets; $225.
2S acres on Mara road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 7 %.
2 lots on Sth St. between 5th and
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x
132; Nos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy,
| Block, corner of Auck-1
I land & llth St. and Roy-1
| al Ave., almost an acre. 1
$2,500
6 ACRES good loam soil, &J
Lot  16,  corner  Blue  Mountain!
and   Brunette   road,    south  sidi
roomed   house;    parlor,   dining!
kitchen and three bedrooms; A
ed;   conservatory 30 or 40 feet)
heated by pipes;  well; stable;)
15   bearing  fruit   trees;   consul
stock ready to plant out; 2 skejj
5 acres cleared, light tim er
malnlng acre;    all fenced;    x
from school.    Price $3000; halll
bal. in 6 months at 7 per cent.1
1 Ixit 88xi:
$800 cash.
4th avem
lil
Seven   roomed   house all
modern improvements, north
I side of Hamilton St.   $1500
| 1-2 cash balance easy  at   7
��� per cent.
Full sized iot on Royal avenue, be-
n Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-
eel. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley read.   $225 per acre.   Acreage is selling fast at this price.
Mo. 308.���8-roomed House,  with bath
room,   etc.;   Agnes   St
cash, balance 3 ami 6 mos. at 7
$2,500; ,\..
N'o. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, coiner of 6th and Agnes St
Price $4,000; terms ri cash, balance
3 and 6 months nt 7 ri.
160  acres,  2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
'   .      Two lots on  18th street, be-
'      tween 7th and Sth avenues.
2 houses corner or Merrival anil
; Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
ilot 11; one house rents for $25, the,
!other $10; flush *losets and all connected with sewers. Price $3,500,
i Cash $2,000, balance in 6, 12 and IS
| months at 7 %���
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 6 of 4
j (cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
I cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
I 8, cleared.   Price $275; 1-2 cash, halance, 6 months at 7 per cent.   ,
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located In a commmanding
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Te>n rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
oold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
06x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,751.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
100 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres !
cleared;   bam  50 x 30;   stables,  etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot. 369, joins Lake Commur,
Hbont 70 acres, only $25 per acre.
Half cash.    Jump.
3 LOTS, 6, 6 & 7, full sizJ
cleared, upper side of 5th A venal
tween 1st and 2nd Streets. Pried
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from 1st Stree]
6th Avenue on south side. No.
37 & 38, full size.   Price $1100 fj
four, or $300 each; half cash
Double tenement house, ithi
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot. Price \\
cash half and half in 6 months a|
Rents for $10 each tenant.
40 acres Vi section 14, N. % oil
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from bridj
Haworth road, Surrey;    hou.-e
IV2 storey house, 3 rooms ftnishej
other 3 can  he added upstair?; 1
shack;   IV2   acres  cleared anil si
With clover, red; fairly easily cle|
One  mile  from  shingle  mill.
$1,200;.   terms half cash,  balan_]
months at 7 %.
Full sized lot No. 12 on Ro:
and 8th St.    Price $,1050,   halll
balance at 7 % per annum.
Westerly 4,  11  of 63,  Sub. Biol
132x132 corner 100 feet square; f
houses drawing $28 per month.
$5,000, half cash, balance in 6 atj
months.
160 S.E. V4 of Section 26, Dis|
; 10 acres,partly cleared; Kanaka!
running through; good road; onel
north of Webster's corner; sti
mill and P.O. at the west corner:!
ber worth $7 per acre; cedar anj
4 miles from Port Haney.
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balanc^
ranged.
Large lot and two cottages onl
j lumbia street, Sapperton. Both re|
' at $10 each.
One and one-half storey bouse I
full   size  lot,  situated north side!
Koyal avenue and corner of McKitf
street;  9 rooms;  bath room, hot j
cold  water, closet;   woodshed; yo
bearlg   fruit trees;   streets  on  tlj
sides;   fine  view.    Price  $1,800.
cask.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Que|
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Quel
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared;
alongside and back.     Price   $1,|
half cash, balance easy at 7
150 acres Improved land, bulldll
and sheds complete, near Clovcrila
all under cultivation, $15,000. Iff
can handle this, don't delay;
bargain; terms can be arranged.
2 lots, 20, 21; No. 20, $170; No,
(corner) $175. Durham and Sec
streets.
��ff"For the above four propertlei
special price will be made to one l|
chaser.
House 30x42, ith St., between]
and Sth Ave.; 2 single and l >I"J|
bedrooms upstairs, and bath rof
down stairs; parlor, dining room, t|
chen ahd pantry. Full sized
ning back to Ash St. Price $3,8Hj
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per
at 7 por cent.
REAL    ESTATE   BROKERS
Telephone   333
Front Street
Telephone   333 PAGE SEVEN
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sEPTE.MBER 3, 1907,
THE DAILY NEWS.
^^M *���������������
dvertise |
15E MEN KNOW THAT
LEADS TO SUCCESS j
uer of Timber License 11,509, thencf)   ner of Timber License 11,509, thence
south   40   chains,     thence     t:\ist   160   north   Sil   chains,    thence     west    80
Henry   M.   chains, thence north 40 chains, thence   chains, thence south SO chains, thence
oi_,t hii rheiins te> uoint of eonimence-
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
TAKE    NOTICE    tha*    Henry   M.   chains, thence nortn tu canua, im.��� ,	
O'Connor  of  New   Westminster,   B.C.   west  160   chains    to   point  of    com- | east SO chains to point of comtnence-
occupatlon timher cruiser, intends t >   meucemeut, aud toutaiuiu;; 640 acres   ment, and containing 640 acres more
; apply for special timber licenses over   more or less. ] or less,
the   following   described   lands,   situ- 11.  M. O'CONNOR. H. M. O'CONNOR.
ated In vicinity of. Draney  aud Riv-      August 2'.:. 1807. August 23, 1907.
ers   Inlets,   New   Westminster   Land       It. Commencing  j'.  a  post  planted;     27. Commencing  at a   [Mist   planted
District,  Coast  District Range  2. SO chains wesl of the semthwest cor- ! 240 chains west of the southwest cor-
1. Commencing at a post planted at   uer      of      Timber    Lice-use      11,509,   uer ot Timber License 11,509, tlmuce
the semthwest corner of Timber Li-   thence south SO chains, thence west i north    SO    chains,    theuce    east    SO
-k..;���_,     ,h*,nna  north   so chains.j chains
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Beit in British Colum-. tbe  semthwest corner of Timher Li-   thence soutu so cnama,  _ueuce  ����..,���- ��� ^^^^^^^^^
bla, may be homesteaded bv any per-1 cense   11,508,  thence west 40 chains,: SO   chains,    thence  north  SO  chains, | chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
son who is the sole head of a familv ' thence  north  SO  chains, thence east; thence east    SO  chaius    to point of j west SO chains to point of commence-
or any male over IS years ot   age  to   12u  &*!��*���  tUeQCe  south  40  chains-   commeneemet'   alld  containing   040 \ ment, and containing GiO acres more
thence  west SO chains, thence south  acres more or less. j or less.
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THE
DAILY
NEWS
the extent of   one-quarter   section of
100 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
1 tbe local land office tor tbe district in
which the land is situate.
40 chains to point of commencement,
and containing 040 acres more or less
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23,  1907.
b. M. O'CONNO..
August 23, 1907.
15. Commencing at a post planted
SO chains west and  40 chains souta
m^_^_^_^mm_^- __ O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
28. Commencing at  a  post   planted
100 chains north and SO chains east
e local land office for the district in      August 23, 1907. SO chains  west ami  vi  cuaaus  e^uu   -
hich the land is situate. 2. Commencing   at  a  post  planted Ot   the  southwest   corner  of  Timber I of  the northwest  corner  of   Timber
The homesteader is required to per-  40 chaius west of the southwest cor- License 11,509, thence south 40 chains j License 11,508, thence north SO chains
 ,. Timi,���r i.i..pnse 11.508. thence thence east 160 chains, thence north   thence east SO caains,  thence south
I Kil   /.halns    thence   west   SO   chains   to
form the conditions connected  therewith under one of the following plans;
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land In
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased i, of the homesteader .esides upon a farm in the vicinity
). the land entered for, the require-
ments as to resilience may be satisfied
by such person residing witih the
father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming laud owned by him in the vicinity of h;s homestead, the requirements a3 to residence may be satislied by residence
ipon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
east SO chains, thence south 80 chains \*'> chains, thence west 160 chains to
thence west SO caains, thence north l")h��t ot commencement, and con-
80 chains to point ot commencement,   taining 040 acres more or less.
H    M. (ICON
.640  acres   more  or
and  containing
less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23,  1907.
3. Commencing  at  a  post   planted
40 cliains wesl of the southwest cor-
^^^^^^ H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, r.'07.
16. Commencing .at  a   post   planted
SO chains, thence west SO chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
,9. Commencing   at a  post   planted
io. commencing at a posi [ie��ui�� l
SO chains west and SO chains south! 1(J0 chains nortii anil su chains east
of the southwest corner of rimber of the northwesl corner of Timher
of the southwest cor- License 11,609, thence south SO | License 11,608, thence south 40 chaius
ner of Timber Liceuse 11,508 thence chains, thence east Ml cliains, thence ! thence east 120 chains, thence north
south so chains, thence west. 80'. aorth SO chains, thence west 80 80 chains, thence west lo chains,
chain,, thence north so chains, thence chains to point of commencement, , thence south 10 chains, thence west
easl -o chains to point of commence-   ana    containing   640 acres  more or \ 80 chains to point of commencement,
ment. and containing 610 acres more   leiiS-
or  leB9. H.  M. O'CONNOR.
H. M. O'CONNOR. August 23, 1907.
Augusi   ri;,  1907. 17. Commencing  at   a  post   planted
I. Commencing   at   a   post   planted ' Su chains  west   anil   SO chaius  south
and
less.
containing    640    acres more or
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August  2::. 1907.
30. Commencing at a post planted
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Six months' notice in writing snouta       -  --- .    ,             ,            ,.���,������,  nf    Timber   12,)  chains north  ami  40  chains east
be given to the   Commissioner ot Do- �� chain, west of the southwest.cor- 2^^?^V^ ^^S;  of the  northwest corner of Timber
minion .Lands at Ottawa of intention   ���� ��fTtmber  License  11,508,  thence ��~    "J^fT*    "J*JJ   License 11,508, theuce south .0 chains
^ apply for patent.                                  north    so    chains,    thence   west  80 ^ ^JSnce eT 0     ���     ���   -l.ence east 160 chains, thence north
Coal lands may be purchased at $10   ��*����� *; ���" �������! 80 chains, thence : �����tn SO cha ns   thenc .        ham     ^
' P\q��t-   Vh oil   ik   to   ? .nint   nf   rmnmi'tW'P- l<)    iMMIlt   Ol    ( Oinil.t'lu < Uli III,   dllil    (Oil-
                        and $20 for an-  l ist s" chains t0 "0Ult oE commence .      *~                                                              int ()f commellcemeut  and conUln_.
man        ..,.   I    nr.nf..inino'    I*. Hi    -^ _������"_��)_;    mnrn Mill   H,^   "llf   dClOb    IllOI y   OI     l(?3h.
thracite.     Not more than   320 acres ment-and containing 640 acres more ^  ^  O'CONNOR.    | ^8 640 acres more or less.
can be acquire! by one individual or1"1' Iess- \,,.,,.( 00   mu;- '     '           '" "      '                                      H   M. O'CONNOR.
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^^^^                                  H.   Al.   OLUN.NOlt. j          J      August  21!,  11107.
!��� wu B*1"' 1V" "*  ,in chains, thence south 80 chains, tnence
' xiaeai^MMttM��mttttW^*~*+��t Coa! laads may be ,PW��??on\    *"  6a8t so chains to point of commence-
.������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������" * ,,e;. acre for Klt coal and |2 , for an- ^ ^^^ C40 acves more
idu    ui:   ujijmi^a    vj    ._-__.��.   ..
company.    Royalty at the rate of ten
^  H. M. O'CONNOR.
cents per ton of 2.000 pounds shall be      August  28, 1907. IS. Commencing  at  a  post planted:
collected on the gross output. 1    5. Commencing   at a   post   planted:1'10 chains west and 80 chains southi     -1- Lommencing from a post plaut-
> 160  chains   north of    the  northwest I ��*  ��>e southwest corner of    Timber I*1 at the southeast corner of Timber
comer  of    Timher   License    11,508, License 11,509, thence nortn 80 chains
I thence  west   .0 chains, thence south 1 thence west SO chains, thence south
SO  chaius,    thence    west  40  chains, I 80 chains, thence  east  SO  chains  to
thence  south   lo  chains,  thence east I l)oint   ,,f  commencement,   and    con-
j 80 chains, thence north 120 chains to   tainlng 640 acres more or less.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of Uie Minister of the Interior.
N, B.���Unauthorized  publication of
tbia   iiuici'liseuient    will  nol be paid
for.
point of commencement, and contain- '
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H.  .'.:. O'CONNOR.'
In the  Matter   of   tne "Trustees   a
Executors Act." and in the Matter
of the Estate of Augustus William
Lundbom, Deceased.
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License 11,608, thence north 120
chaius, thence east 60 chains, thence
south 94 cliains more or less to shore
of West Arm of Draney's Inlet;
thence southwesterly along shore to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 2:;, 1007.
!!2. Commencing from a post planted at the northeast corner of Timber
License ll,r>0i), thence south 40 chains
; theuce w-est So chains, thene'e south
' 40   chains,   thence   east   12')   chains,
thence north So chains more or less
to shore of West Arm of Draney's inlet;   thence  westerly  along  shore to
point of commencement,    and   con-
��� .   iug 640 acres more or It*...
H.  M. O'CONNOR. 1:1. Commencing  al   a   post   planted
August 23, 1907. i 1G0 chains west and so chains south
������,, ,   6. Commencing   at  a   post planted ; of   the   southwest   corner of Timber
All person.- having anv claims or de-1 ll'11 chains north of the northwest j License 11,509, thence south SO cliains
mands against the estate of Augustus corner of Timber License 11,508, thence west su chains, thence north
WLilam Lundbom late of Surrey Cen- thence east SO chains, thence south' 80 chains, thence east so chains to
tre, British Columbia, deceased, are 4" chains, thence west "40 chains, 1 point 'of commencement, and contain-^
hereby requled to tile with the un- Ihence south SO chains, thence west, ing 010 acres more or less.
derslgned their names an.l addresses  40 chains, thence north 120 chains to II. M. O'CONNOR,
and full particulars    of their    claims,   point   of     commencement,   and   eon-       August 23, 1907,
and the  nature  of  the securities  (if j taining 010 acre, moiv or less 2Q   Commenotag  at  ,  pMt   plantfid I ' Q
any)  held by them, duly verified, on 11. M. O CONNOR.    |.,,0 (.b.Uns W(,st ,.,.,, S)1 rhains south O'CONNOR
or before the 31st   day   of   August,      August 23, 1907. ! oC   lhe solltlnvesl   coniei.  of  Tlmber|    AugU8t ,,,,_ ^ M' "^NOR.
1907- I    7. Commencing  at  a  post  planted. 1 License 11,609, thence north 80 chains
Notice ls hereby given that after the  160 chains   north of    the northweA thence west, so chains, thence south
said date the executors wlll proceed to  corner  of    Timber    License    11,508,   80 chains, thence east. SO chains  to
1 distribute the said estate amongst the   thence  north  SO  chains, thence west   potnt ()f commencement, and cont.ain-
partles entitled thereto, having regard, sq  chains,    thence  south   sn  chains, \\ng 640 acres more or less,
only to the claims of which they shall  thence  east    so chains    to  point ol H. M. O'CONNOR,
then  have  had  notice, and they wlll   commencement,   and    containing 6401    August 23. 190
1 not be liable for the proceeds of the | acres more or less
I estate,  or any part thereof,    so    'dls-
tributed to any person of whose clam
they had not notice at:the time of distribution thereof.
Dated this 24th day of July, 1907.
F. W. HOWAY,
Solicitor for John McKenzie ami John
Churchland,   executors   of   above
estate.
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LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application has
I been made to register Margaret Rob-
^^^^^^^    H. M. O'CONNOR
August 2::, 1907. ..1   .....   	
s  Commencing at   a  post   planted   License 11,509, thence south 80 chains
l80 SnT-fh of    ti  northwesl   ,he,   west 80  Cains   tjence  nor
,. ..,���.,. ,)f    Timber    License    11,508,  80 chains, thence east SO cnains 1
;;:;,',;:; ���! X -'hains, thence east point of commencement, and contain-
J.,  ch,ftin8>     .hence   south   SO   chains    lng 640 acres more or !�������
lhence  west   80-chains   to point of H. M. O CONNOR,
commencement,   and containing   640 |    August 23. 1901
acres more cr less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1007.
33. Conimencing from a post planted 40 chains east of the northeast
corner of Timber License 11,609,
thence south so cliains. thence cast
80   chains,     thence   north   Si)  cnains,
  more or less, to Bhore of West Arm
August-.;, i��ui. . , ot   Drainey's   Inlet;   thence westerly
21. Conimencing   at   a   post   planted   along   shore   to   point   of   commence-,
���Jin chains west  and Su chains south   ment, and containing 640 acres more
the   southwest,   corner  of  Timber I or lesg
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
Re South West quarter or Section
28, Township 16, New Westminster
District���All that  part  of  the  South
AugU8C   ,,   ,.  .Bast Quarter of said Section lying to
22. Commencing  at  a   post   planted j (he North and West of riot 47  Clmup
1 ,-   ohalns east and  20 chains south   2, and all that part of the North Bast
vbbj-,!Tb ss-rrs tztzt^s, T,���, m ��� rM.TcoKKo.
d'U ���      dneular that certain  thence . ast 80 chains to point of com-1
^^.^^b^^nn-n.!-   ���      and containing B40 acres
parcel or iruci ...	
situate, lying and being in the District   m ,lv (, . ] ,sg
of New Westminster, in the Province'
of British Columbia, mare particularly
known and described as lot 7, subdivision of Northwest quarter of Section
li), Townshi]) 2.
Vou a:i,l each or you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser   within   forty-five  days    from
^^^^^^^^ II.  M. O'CUNNOR.
Aug isl   23, 1907,
i'i. Commencing at a post planted
���;iu cliains north of the northwest
,,,;������. 0f Timber License 11,608,
thence porth so chains, ihence easi
sn  chains,    thence  south so chains,
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
A Certificate of Indefeasble Title
to the above property will be issued to
Margreta Jensen, on the lflth day ot
^     August, 11107, unless In the meantime
August  23, 1907. u  vaiid objection  thereto is made to
23. Commencing al a post planted 1Ilfi in W1.itlng bv ., per8on or persons
145 chains enst ami 20 chains south claiming an estate or interest tHerein,
of Ilie south end of (loose Bay in Riv- 0|. iu auj. parl thereof ^__H
ers Inlet, thence south so chains,
thence  west  SO   chains,  thenoe   north
         lavs    from
the date  of  the  first   publication   of   ,,;t':i:"   west   80 chains    to  point,  ofl
���   ... -     - -...11 ' commencement,   and   containing   040 '     ��-uHuo'
eeiv-en\     ���v..,..   .
SO cliains, thence eai. 80 chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less,
II.  M. O'CONNOR.
1907
ine   ima'   jjj    ,
this notice upon you. otherwise I shall
register Margaret Robson, as owner
thereof in fee. And 1 hereby direct
that publication for thirty days in a
daily  newspaper published    at    New
acres more or less.
II.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 2::, 1907.
11. Commencing at  a   post   planteei
daily  newspaper published    at    _\ew       ... v_.���...._..
Westminster  of  this  notice  will    be 200 chains north and SO ciiains west I weBL   '""  v  '
good and sufficie-at service thereof. of   the   northwest corner   of   Timber I ohains'   -*henoe  eaat    10��   chains t0
Dated at the Land Registry Office, j License 11,608.thence south SO chains,  P,,lnt nt commencement, and contaln-
N.'w Westminster. Province of British thence  west 80 chains, thence nortii I,ng 64�� acre3 more or ,oss'
f/.il'.imbia. this ISth day of July, A.D., so chains,    thence east 80 chains to R M' ��'CON:sIOR'
I .i.!. "  '    -*    =../jomont   and     con-
_  ^^^^^^^^      ,     August 21!. 1907.
point   Of   commencement,   and     con-!     ^  Commenclng at a post JlWlM
C. S. KEITH. taining 640 acres more or less.        ^^
^^^^^^E3.  ���  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
l.and  Registry Office,
New   Westminster^!.   C, July   IS,
1907. t
The   person  or   persons  having   in
 l;"11' I their  custody or possession  the  fol-
24, Commencing  al   B   post  planted . lowing Title Deeds relating to the sai.l
or, chains easl and 20 ciiains south of   property are requested to deliver the
the south end ot Ooose Ray in Rivers \ same to the undersigned.
Inlet, thence south 64 chains, thence]    Conveyance  dated   9th   May,    1S'..4,
west  100  chains,    thence    north  64 I from Thomas Graves Gregson to Eliz-
''--���-��� *"  abeth McGregor.
A.  WHEALLER,
42 Lorne Street,
New Westminster,  B.C.,
Solicitor for Applicant.
^^^^^^.H. M. O'CONNOR.
August. 23, 1007.
67, chains east and 20 chains south of
the south end of Goose Bay in Rivers (             	
inlet   thence west 100 chains, thence I ^  pionw Limited" St P��ul to
iniet, ine ^ _ ^ ?n Rhalns|        . ���Short Une�� omaha to
"The Mflwaukee"
District Registrar.
, To Fredrick Throssell and H. Burton.1    rtus__..��� .���, _	
All persons served with this notice,      10   rkjmm_snnln�� at   a  nnm  nbinted 1 *""CL' *   	
L���j  n'  aB oi-iwina fhrmiBh or under Lqmniencin0  at a  post planted h SQ   ^      thenf;e eagt 8Q chain8
ana those claiming tnrougn ��r unuer  .,l)(. �����,,, .    lu,,.th .,,,11 sn rimina wpri
them,   and  all persons  claiming  MX J  ��   ^rthiest  wiTtS^ " ^'^ ���^ ���fl? ^0M*B^8 <
irterest in the said land by virtue ot    '.    ���!      -^, ,    ��? \h L 1 IT   thence 80,lther,v' pa9terl>' ontl uorth-
ftDy unregistered instrument, and all   ftnS* "^i  T!        1 n   ^^  around shore ot    bay to a
���iii ��� .     \ ,    L,.    thence  west SO chains   thence south       ,  .  ,,���,..h _P ,^ot.  ��!,������������ _nll(i, on
1 persons  claiming anv Interest In the  01,    ,   ,       .. '  71    .   , point noitli ot post, tnence south SO
said  land  by  decent, whose title is  'X��, C*A���'  thenre  e:,St  8"  chttin9 U>   chains more or less to point of corn-
not registered under the provisions of  f��,ln,1  ��[    commencement,  and   con-   mencement, and contolnlng 640 acrs'
' the "Land Registry Act." shall be for- ���talnin* Ct0 acres raore " lesa't more or less.
I crei estopped and debarred from set- n        H' M' O CONNOR. H   M   O'CONNOR.
ting up anv claim to or in respect of;    AuS��st- 2:1. 1907. August 23, 1907.
I the said land so sold for taxes as pro-j    13. Commencing nt a  post  planted 1     20. Commencing at  a post  planted '
vlleJ by the "Land Registry Act."      ' 80 chain* W��l    I lhe southwest cor-   240 chains west ot the southwest cor-   ,34 Third St   cor Alder"Portland"6r^
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Kansas City to Chicago.1 ^L
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>nd dining cars on alll their trains and
<ive their patrons an excellence of
��ervice not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
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THE BIily
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NEWS..  .Zu'3
SATURDAY, AUGUST J
9_B
Fine Suburban HOME
8 acres nearly all cleared, fine rich soil for gardening: nice com-
fe..table house; good orchard and small fruits; close to two subur-
1 an car lines; 1000 feet of waterfrontage; idea) home.   'Worth $S000
Price      -      -      $5500
Ouly $1,000 cash, balance $500 per year.
WESJ EH TRIMMED
VANCOUVER ATHLETICS
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W.J.KERRJ
NEW WESTMINSTER. 6. Ce
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Columbia Street
Wn have a full sizeel iot in B good Jocatkm, which we can sell for
$6000.    This is the best buy on t  he street.
BURNABY
'KM.   acres on  North  Ann  Road  at $150 per acre,
cheap al $2.">0 jeer acre.
This    would    tne
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. R VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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School Opening
THIS WEEK, we are busy making it interesting ri*
for the School Children, with opening up ���������*
school   Supplies |
NEXT WEEK the School Children will be busy
making it interesting for uo.
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J.J.MACKAY y COS
BpOKStllERS        STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   34 5
'Phone   105.
THE WHITE HOUSE
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY WE ARE SHOWING SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Children s Dresses
ONL Y A FEW LEFT.      CALL EARL Y
AND HA VE THE CHOICE.  :
A.J.
275 Columbia Street
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STEW r;s WITH ESSMEL COVtR
WIRE   CCG  AND VEGETABLE BOILER
WHITE CEREAL  DliiM
DAVIDSON'S
CEREAL
STEAM
COOKER
The West Kind Intermediates ot this
city defeated the Vancouver Athletic
club lacrosse team at Recreation park
on Saturday afternoon by a score of
six goals lo four. The event was an
exhibition match and was well attended.
The New Westminstei- team iliel
great wort in the first half, and succeeded In findins the goal four times
witho'.H their opponents scoring once. S
In the final two quarters the Term- >?
inal City aggregation bestirred themselves, placing four scores to their
credit, two in the third and two in the
fourth. Mew Westminster reached the
nei once duriiiii the third quarter and
again during the fourth quarter. Munn
in goal foi the West End team.played an excellent .game, stopping num
emus shots. Mcdeer in goal for the
Vancouvers also had his work cut
oul for him and he filled the bill well.
The  match was not  marked by any   tj
roughness   with   tbe   exception   of
scrimmage  in  the   thinl    quarter   1
tween opposing players, both ol whom  jjj
were put off the Held.
No.   Team. Scorer. Time.'
1. Westminster���Johnston   ...13min.
2. Westminster���Morrison   ... 1 min.
Second Quarter.
3. Westminster���Johnston   ...11 min.
���!. Westminster���McOuigan   ..  :'. min.
Third  Quarter.
5. Westminister���Swanson   ... 4 min.
6. V. A. C.���Kerfoot     1 min.
7. V. A. C��� Kerfoot 8% min.
Fourth Quarter.
S. V. A. C-���Peacocli % min.
9. V.   A.  C���McQuaig 5% min.
10. Westminster���Swanson    ..ri/2 min.
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New Fall Kid Glove
ALL THE NEWEST COLORS
IN  REYNIER  KID GLOVES
tRtf.O PRIX, PAB/S, l90()
I ANDERSON |
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"MERELY   MARY  ANN."
Full    House   Greets    Rambeau   Stock
Company on Opening  Night.
Miss Marjorie Rambeau and Company, under the management of Irving Beers, had their premier introduction to a Xew Westminster audience last evening, and it is only fair
to say that, the opening performance
was indeed very successful. That Mr.
Beers has made good his promises to
present a worthy production is evident, especially so far ns the company and the play are concerned.
"Merely jMary Ann" is almost a dialogue in construction, but a good dialogue, inasmuch as it pertains so
closely to matters of human nature
and the heart. The ehanactei-s are
very real if not entirely familiar to
the general theatre-going public. The
lines and situations are carefully prepared, as they must be in a play of
so little plot, and depending so largely upon clever construction. Miry
Ann is a quaint, innocent, childlike
little person, and Lancelot is a genius ami thai is about all that can he
said of him. it would not ie fair, of
course, to compare Miss Rambeau
with Miss Robson, the original Mary
Ann, fen many reasons pertaining ������
tiie advantages eif s-ars in Miss Rob-
son's class, but Miss Rambeau impressed lier audience as being a very
clever actress, quite artistic and with
a personality that reaches out and
wins. She has some excellent Ideas
of what the real Mary Ann might
have been, and whether Intheingenue
passages or the pathetic she was
equally   gooel.
Mr.  Esmond   made   a   comforts I
looking  Lancelot,  with  a  good  voice,
but slightly Btagey  in  his si ride an 1
actions.    Tb"'effort  to  be extremely
natural or the < fleet of the flrst night
| might   both   furnish excuses  for  the
defects.    Mr.  Moore   made a  hit   as
the Vicar.    Mr. Edwards was un
us Mr.  Puter.    .Miss  Burnetl doubCe 1
Mi's.   Leadbatti r   and   Lady   Cbnlmei
eleverlj. espe ilallj as to make-up, M..
Se ley, Mr. Love and Mr. Conway wet
all  acceptable as Bralmeon, O'Goran
and Foxwell,   Miss Oehom w, s ,-��� ry
pretty   as   Rosie.
An excellent gathering had -,-. good
effeel <ui the box office, and It tot  to
WHAT   LOOKS  NICER  THAN
GOOD     TEETH,     PROPERLY
KEPT      IN      ORDER? USE
MUIR'S
Tooth Powder
AND    KEEP    THEM    CLEAN.
T. A. MUIR
In   handling   this well   known make of gloves we have the
faction of knowing that it is the   best.     It   has   become   well
to our customers, who now find  that  they   can   rely   upon   an,
sated
���no*J
g'oJ
which bears the Reynier Trade   Mark,
fall  stock.
We   are   showing   our fj
3 clasp Sita, in brown,  tan, black, navy, green, cardinal  and  gray
satisfactory glove, per pair    %;
2 clasp Boneval, a glove which  our   past  experience   has   proven
be the standard glove for best wear, colors, cardinal, green. i_;i
gray, modes, brown, tan an,d black and  white per pair.... $i,j
3 clasp Reynier Suede, recognized  by all  glove expeits as  the I.e-J
Suede glove, shown in black, tan. brown an' mode .ier pair.
12 button Glace Kid in tan, hrown, gray, blacl.  and  white, pair $3.0
16 button Undressed  Kid, shown  in   black,   white,   gray,  modes anj
tan, per pair    $2.?j
VI button Undressed Kid, In black,  white, gray,  modes and  teen,
pair     %lA
Silk Gloves���Long   Length
During the past week we have received new lines of white, cream anl
blacl; silk gloves, special values in different weights, i>er \r(\
   85c. $1. $1.9
W.S. COLLISTER & Col
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
School Books
ana
SUPPLIES
FULL STOCK
���AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and   Exercise   Books  are
Fine
A Good On<
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,  favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
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Solid Gold Jewelry
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eiyhth Street
Our
stock of GOLD Jewelry Is the largest ever shown in West-
Pearl Set BROOCHES, SAFETY PINS and STICK PINS,]
IJ NECKLETS. CHAINS, BRACELETS, CUFF LINKS. It Will pay you j
!���{ before purchasing, to examine our stock of DIAMOND RINGS, both 1
ji? in SOLITAIRE an] combinations of other precious stones. EMER-]
iji ALI), SAPPHIRE, RUBY, OLIVINE, ftc.
I        We' also carry  Diamond  Set.  BRACELETS,    BROOCHES,    EA
;���; rings, &c
j W.C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler]
!���! Agent for the Hamilton Watch.
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>!<   minster.
ni a acen! cartist to Rt least daub up
be sincerely hoped that the Innovation  the   old   scenery   people   have   seen|
of ;i   stock company   permanently In  much of.    Tliat fault an.l Mr, Beers'
this city  will  ie,' appreciated.    How-1 speech  between  acts  wore tiie only
ever, Mr. Beers must tec cognizant oJ
any defects in his productions, an.i
should firsl ot all engage son\e kind
nal notes in the harmony of affairs
and don't suit "Merely .Mary Ann"
in ui'!,,' as well as they do some plays
AMD
Vegetable Boiler
BRYSON
Agents MONARCH RANGES
Made in "Premier"
and "Colonial" Enamelled Steel Ware
& SONS
187 Coh-.mb:a St.   Tel. 65
HOME
Near Central Park..
"> acres fronting on tram line and adjoining station; good house
and new barn. This is undoubtedly the best property I'm' the
money  between  Vancouver  and   Now  Westminster.
Price     $4,300;   terms
EASTERBROOK   MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $15; second, $10, for
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   FLOUR -  IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed-all that is necessary is that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.

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