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 [hite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
w WESTMINSTER, B. C
, Shiles & Co
EAL ESTATE
bia St. Phone 85
Id
I.I MK 2, NUMBER 208
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11. 1907.
10 CENTS PEK WEEK
.HI fOR CHIILIWACK
THE PROPOSITION
LACROSSE  MATTERS
Representatives  tc   Assoc,ation   Meeting Appointed   Last   Evening
The   '��� ��� m ers of the executive si
the Nevi   Westminster  lacrosse  club
NEGRO DISCOVERS
;   MINER'S HIDING PLACE
GOLD   LOCKETS
Vembersof the A    A    of   S
R   E   of A   Receve Gifts
&   E
BANK CLERKS RL^k
IN URGE NUMBERS
PIONEER   PASSES  AWAY
tbr,y*4   Orangeman   In   B    C    Cresses
Great   Divide.
.iiiim Archiieaid and Charles Peenej
tin formi: a carpenter at the li C E
Witter  Record  Wanted���'h��W  a  meeting  my  evening  In  H.  Notorious  Fugitive  Said to;��   - v- and tie.- imi r a eonductoi
Tl Ml   . < . ��� ... ^ .  . _ .I...... 	
Power   Development ;SL<!!" '�� ^ ���r tacroMe
Vallev Town.
Be Now at Chatham Point
���Rich and Armed.
i uusmess in general nnd to appoint
delegates to attend the genera] meeting ol  the association which wil] be 	
held   in   lh.    Athletic   cluh   roi ms   in
Vancouv*] ihis evening. when a "iau travel�� ,,':���'   1m;"1u '
The it.-,-. .1  B  Henderson nnd C K.  ',:" slx,v ml,M '" m,!,!:' ;'K' BUth��t
��� elsh   .��������� n   appointed   to  represent ItJei ,h;" ,le oan '">' in^ 1,amls on "*''
le about to be organised
eose uf developing another
.   power in tin' New West-
rict    Acttog for the peo-iti,E ]ooa] c]ub
. rested,  Silas ,i' Yoemans  of      [, was'decided to have photograph?
.   hoi posted nn application  taken oi thi   members of the execute water commlMloner's office for | tive of the club and .ef the team in
\heir jerseys Arrangements will be
made te. have the pictures taken next
Monday afternoon. Other minor mai
ters were  attended to.
Those preseni wen- Rev. J. S. Henderson, R. H. Cheyne, H Ryall, Alex.
Turnbull, C a. Welsh, Aid. Gray, J,aa.
Leamy, and P- Feeney.
foi tha same corporation, were yes
i* ida.. evening presented with engraved weel i lockets bj theii fellow
members of the Amalgamated Asso-
ii ol Stn <-i and Blectrlc Railway
Smployees of America, District .Nee
134-   Th.. gifts were In tli** natur.
Small Salaries Paid Responsible���New Men Arrive
From Old Country.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^, I cognition for ih.. work done by
Miner, hi must have good reaaons 4>r these two members while, acting ai
believing thai the $500 reward Of- members of the advisor) board of the
fered bj the Dominion government union, they having materially assisted
u.i   the  re-capture ol  lhat   notorious   ,���  drawing  up    the  wai;..    schedule
Another .%'.-��   Westminster pton* 11
passed awa., ai an early hour yesti i
day morning In the person of William
Holmes, who dl. ei al ih ��� residence <>i
till   -l.lllglllel   Mrs,  ('    W   (iillaneler.    iu
Sapperton.   The deceased was in bis
  ninety-fourth yeai    He had been sick
*
more or test since last winter, chlel
in ihe competition going on among 1;,  f,.,,m srni|(, <j6cay, and about two
of|captnlns ol Industrj In Dnush Colum weeks ago he gradually grew worse.
��� ���   to secure   workers  none  are   so      The late William Holmes was bora
bard  pi ssed ai  thi   banks, li  being |n  Kilkenny,  Ireland, ami  came    to
necessary,  according    to  a   reliable Canada with h;-  parents when four-
. ,     0i 20,000 Inches of water to
i-   en  'rom the Chiiliwack  river
-
bandit la within hit reach.   And thai
it whal Lee Curtis a negro hand-logger of Chatham point leas done. <'r
tis arrived in the city the other day
tc  inform   the   penitentiary officials
thai he had seen Bill Miner, and to I ed the gifts in a neai Speech,
'ri tain  authority  to mrest  him.    He   the recipients responded   in
Terrorism the Only  Means
was  told  thai  he needed  no Bpecltl   terms,
authority  to apprehend    a    fugitive,
convict;   his  duty  was to  arrest   him , STATION   AGENT  ROBBED
| nnd bring him to New Westminster.
about  sixteen miles above
lake   bridge,    where    the
I);  trail   bridge   crosses   the  river.
i..   ng to the application the wa-
will be used for developing elec-
a! energy for manufacturing and
������;..   purposes-
li,. water power in question is the
as  was .applied  for  two  years
by .1   Burtt Morgan on behalf of
[promoters of the Chiiliwack Elec-
Railway and Power company, who
sold   their   concessions   to  the
Electric railway, and thereafter
I wed their priority rights to lapse-
ccordlng to Information given at
water commission's office, where
application for the record has
i posted, the company which will
Inr. I formed will seek to supply ^	
town of Chiiliwack with electric ��� caPital- ' ing breakfast and resting a while h
and light and perhaps promote ';     Tht nf,w   so<if',v.  according to the   forcibly got  in  a  row  boat owned by
1 nam line. ! P���?������.  recognizes terorism as the  Curtis and started up the coast. They
v, iiii ii was presented to tbe company
a i, nple of months ago.
,i. s  Rainey, presldenl of the local
division,   made  the presentation,  ex-
���  sing ;lio Bentlments which actuat-
whicb
liUble
London,    Sept.    in���The    Evening] Curtis tells the following atory:
News announces thai  the  Anarchist
congress, which has just closed ai Am- a visit on the morning of Sunday,
sterdam, was completely mastered by [ September 1, at their logging camr,
the violent American school, led hy from an old man and an Indian who
Emma Goldman and Baginsky. had  brought the former to the land-
The congress resulted  in the foun
dation of a  Red international, which   the white man al once as Bill Mine;,
is to be a federation of the anarchists   fu,ln   ,lle   several   pictures    or    bin
Of th*  whole world for a more ��ffec- ; which he had seen in the newspaper
tive Btruggle against governments and   Bid was heavily armed and after eat-
ON THE MISSOURI PACIFIC
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       Eldorado, Kan., Sept- 1(1���The night
He and his fellow loggers receive.' ' agent at the Missouri Pacific railway
static j was "held up" here shortly-
after midnight and the safe in his
office robbed of between J600 and
$1000.
The Kansas City passenger train
from Wichita had gone east a short
time before and everyone had left
the station except Edward Abbott, the
night, agent- It is his custom to go
home' for a midnight luncheon. He
had taken the cash out of the ���money
drawer and was putting it in the safe
news source, foi these Institutions toi teen years of age and settled in Hut
bring  non  tieau the oldei   oountrli - on county, Ontario.   He came west In
to fin vacancies which are constantly j 1868 and after travelling over a great
occurring In theii ranks,   tl li stated portion of California he too), part In
that the Canadian Bank of Commerci the rash to the new gold   fields   In
have at thi   present time 76 rei gn-: Cariboo, and some years later settled
tloni on theii    file   awaltln     accep in Sapperton.    He was prominent in
tance, all oi  which an    trcm    men the ranks of Oranglsm, having been
working in tbe western branches oi associated   with   the organisation  ol
'lie hank     In nearly every case in the first  lodge In ibis city,
ducements have been offered the men      The deceased ri survived by the foi
niii] the managers can iin. lowing daughters:   Mrs- Jane Plnlay-
others to take their places, son,   Victoria;    Mrs-   A    M-   Johnston,
The either banks are experiencing a Becond street; Mrs. p. Carrington, Nd-
fclmilar   trouble  with   little  hope   of'cola: Mrs A. R- Oi een, Royal avenue,
ing in his canoe-    Ourlis  recognize'
the situation icing readily relieved.
Twenty-five young men arrived In
Vanoouver a few days a$o from Scotland, having been brought oat io take
positions In Vancouver banks, where
it is stated fourteen resignations were
received within two months by one
bank- A large number of young men
recently arrived in Alberta and Bask
atchewan from Scotland to work in
the hanks of those districts.
Inquiries as  to
and  Mrs. C,  W   (inlanders of Sapperton-
The arrangements tor the funeral
have not  yel   lee. u  made.
12,000,000  SCHOOL
CHILDREN DEFECTIVE
New  York.   Sept    10���That    about
one-third of all the school children in
the United Slates, or about 12.000,000
boys and girls, aie behind their p-rop-
the   cause  of   the  er grades because of physical defects
ibe application is listed tor hearing  only meanB oi smanolpating the pro-   were threatened  by   Bill   Miner  an',   preparatory to going home, when two
wholesale  desertion   from  the  money I that could be remedied. Is the gist of
Pr toteer f!0.
ducers.    Every workman's duty is to   warned  not   to  try' to take the  boa'   men suddenly appeared  at the ticket [ stores   eleelted   the  information  that j a report made by a committee of pro
destroy (hose, tyrants who Immediate-   from   him.     Following   the   old   man
the wages paid to the clerks is much   minent educators,  headed  by Charles
ly oppress him.
Panic   in  Antwerp.
Jntwerp,  Sept. 10���The  city is on
verge   of panic  with a proclama-
eatablishing martial law exjiect-
Ricting  strikers  last   night   set
���EVERYTHING   IN   SECRET"
CITY COUNCIL'S MOTTO
The   members   of the   city   council
to several buildings in ten  parts j gave  an   exhibition   Monday   eveningkj"j~t YvpuiaA.    It was Curtis' in
lhe town-   The loss is estimated at I of now rigidly they can adhere to the i lenlion u, have Uu. Granger hehl  tl
possible but   as  he  bad   got   a g<*>t.
i later en foot, Curtis came to unothe:
I logging camp where he was informei
I that the supposed miner had just hirei
tine of their men with a launch giv
ing him $110 to take him 20 miles to
a   point  up  Hie  coast,  and that  the;.
window,  told   the agent  to  throw  up |  	
bis hands and not to worrv ahout the I,<K> small 1" comparison to the salar- C. Burlingham, former president of
money that thev would take care Of M*8 I'"'1' in ��'hcr vocations, in places the board of education of New York-
it.   They made him upwi the door to'where greoabacks are   handled   like
the office and let tbem in. icordwood   it   seems   strange   that   I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The agent was then blindfolded and I BTOttt internal issue should  be  male   ly In New York, but  In Boston, Chi-
told   if he made  a  noise  they  would |
Tbe  committee has Investigated  conditions among school children not on-
vceu one and two million dollars, j strict letter of the law when it suits
| entire- regiment of soldiers is on
lnl in
���lay i
Lis
the  dock  district,  bu,t
force has not  moved
the
the
their pul pose hy refusing to allow the
reporters to take notes of the council
correspondence until the same had
been dealt with by them- As a result, of the objection raised by the
Daily News to council matters being
handed by the mayor to the Columbian in advance of the council or the '
News seeing them, the following reso- ;
lution was passed in committee:
"Resolved,  That no  reports  of,  or -
communications to, the city council he
shown to reporters before they have
been dealt with by the city council."
The  resolution   has   not   yet   heen
ratified by the mayor and aldermen in
council, but that made no difference-
It was as solemn and sacred lo them
as the laws of Moses.   It appears that
the action was taken to work a hard- j
^m^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_���\ ship on the reporters personally rafh-
i oi fire arms with which to pro- j P1. than the newspapers, because the
yellow skins from Impend- | editors of the papers are not concern- !
lunctures,  imagined  or real, the |ed  jn th,_ Illethod of getting the re-j
[i"'tJ Oriental souls of New West- ports of the council meetlngB so long1
|-  Chinatown are engaged    in j a8 they  are obtained-
r^blinfi     Nol   ouly    among    ihem
l's, li ���   their dens are  being  pat
lized i
lan,
I'llis   i.s
on i
of the wage question, yet It is affirm-   cngo and other cities.
ed that young men of average intelll- | "Based on the physical defects and
guard over hlm while the other robbed j ^enee can earn 40 ]ier cent, more home conditions of 1,400 school chll-
the safe.   It la impossible to find how I money keeping boohs   for   wholesale ' dren  of New  York,"  says  the com-
kili  him-    One  of the   robbers  stood
Curtis   concluded   mii'-h monev thev secured, hut it was I
1 MEN GAMBLE
IN CHINESE STOKES
Ints Operate in Broad Daylight -Poker, Blackjack,
Chuck-a-Luck, Etc.
start  in   a   launch
that his hesl plan was to .eonie tt. thiSrievetween $500 and $H>00
city as quickly as possible and notify
the authorities-
Mr. Curtis returned up the coast on
Sunday confident of his ability to locate Miner. He should be heard from
within the next couple of days.
Chatham point is about thirty miles
north of Port  Harvey.
E- Scoatbo Drowned-
Nelson, i'. C-. Sept- lil -E. BooatbO,
aged 19, s-in of T. Scatbo. a painter
of this city, while fishing Sunday In
the Kootenay river, two miles l.riow ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Nelson, near Qrohmann Rapids, was I -number of shekels be will hav
drowned. ; after purchasing a meal tlcekt.
houses or industrial businesses than ' mltt.ee "it is estimated that 12,000,0(10
Ih-y can in *__e employ of ban\-a. ' af the children of tht,- United State*
To a person looking in through the have physical defects, more or less
wicket it is surprising to see a teller ' serious, which -should receive atten-
pitch an armful of hank notes into ; tion from parents and physicians."
the  tin  box  as if they  were  kindling ���	
wood, and then fondle his pay envelope   and   gravely   deliberate  on   the
left
ASIATICS ARRIVE
FROM VANCOUVER
FORT YUKON DISPATCH
SAYS MIKKELSEN IS SAFE
SENSATIONAL EVIDENCE
PROMISED IN MUHDERCASE
iii.
Vancouver    Chinamen     are
themselves in the accumula-
���   ihe   white  gambling    t'ra-
I
one of the occupations car- I
Chinatown which lias   not
mentioned  ur come  under
l the promoters of the local
MOROCCO  MUST  PAY  FOR
CASA ELANCA   MASSACRES
Paris, Sept. io��� Ai a special meet-
Fort Gibson, Alaska. Sept 10���Definite news lias been received berellKit
Capt. Mikkelsen and his party of the
Duchess of Bedford, the Anglo-American Arctic expedition ship, are
safe. Moreover, it appears thnt they
have accomplished the purpose for
which they went to the Far North,
although it is not stated what discoveries ihey have made iii their se rch
for tiie supposed continent In the
Beaufort sea,
This information is contained in fi
dispatch   finm    Fort     Yukon,    which
ONE MORE COMMITTEE
TO LOOK FOR
One more committee has been ap
pointed ii! investigate the conditions
existing in those places known to ri,
badly In need of mora] reform. This
latest is composed oi the Revs. W.
H- Barraclough and .1- S. Henderson,
.#,.*������*
Local Situation Still Quiet
And Little Fear of Outbreak���More Reivers,
>
Bellingham,   Sept.   10���Before     the i
close of the trial of Doane Dell, charg- |
ed   wilb   the  murder  of  Addie  Ropei1 j    ,   _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-^^^^��,.,,    ,   ... .   jmitttttmmsswisstttttaaam
. _, . , ... who, according to a resolution drafted   ft0*88 ail(' Chinese  trom   Vancouv
at Blame  some  nionths ago, it is ex- i
ln��
of Iho cabinet held today it was   says
decided to hold the Moroccan government responsible for the Casa Blanca
ii tn campaign.    There
"Prof. Stefanssen of Mikkelsen's
parly hailed the steamboat Koyukuk
ai Fort Yukon on September 3.
"Stefanssen   saiel   he   was   carrying
I
an,!
i-.
nun
that    tl
Mlkkli !������ n
over    the
pected that some startling testimony
..ill be introdi ccd by the state- This
testimony, it Is declared, will be
startling nol only to the citizens, but
i e the principal., in the trial.
One ol the : tatures sxpi eti 1 is a
, t ssible full confession from Harry
Watts, arrested r few .ay.s ago nt
Anacortes charged with complicity in
the nun.ler of the girl.   Another is
possible confession from n woman
a,iaie i Ray Brown, who formerly lived with Wails, and who, it Is declare d,
maj have some Interesting things to
tril Both Waits and the woman are
;ei the county Jail, bul n< Ithi i hai
' ii n allowed to see the other   I
at a meeting or the Ministerial asBO- a,1(l continued preparations among the
elation held yesterday are to "find residents of Chinatown against any
out  if the representatives   of   their attempt on the part of hoodlums to
respective (leiioniinaoions having .the , Interfere with their liberty, there is
charge of Ihe moral reform movement ] little to record with regard to .lie
would be In a position to conduct a ' anti-Asiatic agitation situation. There
campaign In Uritish Columbia in the ,1s Uttle fear that there will be any
near future In the Interests of local demonstrations made locally, the pro-
option and moral reform." motors Of the.' proposed anti-Asiatic
There will be no union evangelistic ( league  having   .lecided  Hut.  the. time
,      ; massacres and damages resulting from ,
, u ,       ' other outbreaks of the  tribesmen   as
always been  more or  less ^ ^ ���'.������.... ,������,.,
Chi����i gambling games in th(, MmtM,\    .������  reported
Chh"fwn' B^ ����� !":'-. lo be nved by an international com-   party made the trip nori
same in which dominoes. W"^ ^ and ^ Mlf,(,ORSfnl.
bu    is  only   very  reoentlj                             W(| takfln  ,ls ;l ,,..���,(       ..They encountered niimy hardships
���������   .vm...  miin-s money-makingI   f ^ ^^ of ^ c,(M.m;m   ,m.   ���n,nj; fte ^      J
'   acSaci   hi* Lei lnteo- U0TtsIS llt Cwa BlaMa f<"' {'"m'     '"PTCt S,efanssGn mmle ,he ftlrn0Ft | morning in the superior court, but the
jack, nas kUon for IosaeB sl|StalnC(1 duringthe   impossible trip from Herschel island | .,,.(i|��� (lay   wafl  |Ml.(,n  up  |n  (|,(, ex.
liianne I   by  the state  to  i ecure i vl
denoe from the woman against Wati
and from Watts against Dell.
The. Deli trial o| ened ben y ��ter lay
services this year, owing to the U'-v
Mr.   Henry   being  unable   to  come   1"
the coast as arranged some time an"
After discussing the moral reform
move.ment ai length, the meeting whh
adjourned until m-xt month The foi
lowinfc were present: Revs, w. H-
Barraclough, Dr, T Wardlow Taylor,
,i. s. Henderson, Dr Rugg, T. Lennie, A- Dell. Owen anil Mr- Thomas.
The police have already had   *
I'Jiinil with Lee Kee, the operator of
���ame-s, having taken him
bombardment of the    town    by    the   up lhe Mackenzie river and down the
I" Murl   and  fined  him  something'
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   iniination  of jurymen.    The dele
French warships. Porcupine. ; .   ...,.,,,_  ,,...   ���.R..ltei.t  oare  in ..elec1.
The precedent for the demand that       "He reports the  party all  well and j ,ng ^  mm   who are  U)  ..f,t    ,m]  .,
I Hie neighborhood of $100, but Lee
Morocco shall pay the indemnity was   safe."
found in the action of Great Britain
following the bombardment of Alexandria.
Long
j     No  news   was received   from   Casa   ,.
1 Myers,
Blanca   today   beyond   a   short    dls-
i patch announcing that General Drude
! was suffering  from a   severe  attack
; of intestinal fever and that his illness
might cause a postponement    of the
projoetoil     movement     against     the
Moors in  the event of the  failure of
the negotiations now going on during
the armistice.
' .- again.
'" haa apparently been so success-
tol others of his compatriots are
ng intxi tho business. Lee Kee
I'loiiiici'.od |n the premises on Opi-
IWa street  which bear the follow-
iign on the front window: "Sun
���tJ1'K. Wholesale Rice and Tea"    A
r-v and chitck-a-luck are the spec-
,IS in this place,   in another shack
Mclnnis street, to wit, the sixth
' "" "ie west side from the cor-
"r Mclnnis and Carnarvon street,, 	
I';1"'1^ 1   a Chinaman   who  can
" D,ack-jack and win easy.   He also \ Root Gains in Health'
*te8 a ch���cU-a-l,.ck game, and his :     New  York.   Sept-   10-Secretary
who has been a pa
INMATE   OF  ASYLUM
KILLS HIS ROOMMATE
'. for the formation of such an organization is Inopportune    In any case, the
\ police would not permit a demonstration or parade Of any kind.
A peculiar phase of the situation Is
thai ihe Hindus and Sikhs are not
being molested, either in Vancouver,
. Victoria or this city. The ire of tiie
agitators appear to be directed entirely against the Chin -<��� and .Japanese,
the latter, on account of their pugna-
| clous disposition and quick retaliation, coming  in for more  than theii
GOLD   PLATED.
Beach, Cai.,  Sept.  10���A-  D
 IGoldfield millionaire, is hav- 	
Ing a palatial residence built on the : depending upon the evidence obtained
bluff opposite   Blxby  Park,   and will \ from the persons now held in jail-
have  all  the  hardware  used   on  the | '
may be a couple of days before the
necessary twelve are accepted. Following this, it Is declared, It will require two weeks to hear the ease. This
time may   be  extended  or  shortened,
doors and windows quadruple plated
with gold from his mines. He esti-
mates that the novelty will cost him
$5,000.
SEATTLE AGITATOR
REACHE8 BELLINGHAM
Bellingham,    Wash.,  Sept.    10���An
j attack  on   the Japanese  mlllworkers
There is only one other house in' was feared last night   Two hundred
Southern    California    equipped   with ] and fifty special police were sworn in
gold doorknobs, hinges and    latches, j and armed, and will be continued In
and that  Is the Durand residence   in j service Indefinitely.   A mass meeting
of  the Oriental   Exclusion   league  is
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^falr share of the trouble.
Tacoma. Sept 10���Bd. Artola, an in- j     Several Japanese from lumber and
sane patient at  the state Insane asy- ! construction camps came into thecily
bun  at   Fort   Steilacoom, was    killed , yesterday to get posted on the situa-
while he slept Sunday night hy Thorn-   tion, and returned after paying a visit,
as J- Brown, his insane roommate.       t0 the han]wart. stores.
As ls oustomary at the asylum,-the	
men were kicked in their room, where |
they have been sleeping for months,
at retiring time Sunday night. Both
were thought harmless, Brown's being I
a case of chronic insanity with possible fits.of dementia, and Artola being afflicted with a mild form of melancholia.
When the attendants went to opsn
TROUBLE  IN TACOMA
of  Pasadena.
Myers intends making his home the
to be held here on Sunday by Fowler
I
ls patronized hy quite    a    few   State Klihu Hoot
tient ai  William Muldoon's instlution,   most beautiful in  Long Beach.    The j The  mayor  wlll order    the    saloons
>e above information   is for   the   at While Plains, has left there-   The ' grounds are to be laid out in a unique j closed that day.    A move is on foot
-fit
"r the  moral  reformers   and  secretary Rained twelve pounds while   manner, the bluff terraced and a re-, to prevent the meeting, but lt Is not
intended ��o o . __..������-_.���_._   ..,_>   institution   and  he   told   his   taining wall built, th? total cost reach-I likely   as   this  action   would    purely
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the
as a free advertisement
Rambling hells.
friends that he felt like a new man.      ing $150,000-
precipitate    a riot-
City and Northern Pacific at Deadlock Over Streets.
Tacoma, Sept. 10��� The Northern Pacific Railroad company realizes this
morning that it has run agtilnst a big
snag ln Its efforts to get street vaca-
tions and mulct the city of Tacoma
the door of the room Sunday morning I 0f ]an_ for a site for its new pas-
Brown .vas greatly excited, and de-1 senger station at Fifteenth and Dock
clared that they should not enter, j streets. Por four hours last night
When they attempted to push .by him ��� the road was on Hie defensive at a
into the room he fought, with tigerish '��� meeting of prominent citizens and the
fury to keep them back- It required : members of the council while the
some time for the two men to over- vacation matter was threshed over.
power the madman. When they final- j Thomas Cooper, land commissioner of
ly got inside the room they found [ the road, and B. 8- Grosscup. general
Artola's body lying across tha bed, western counsel, were present to rep-
cold in .death. resent the Northern Pacific.
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Drugs
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West   End  Grocery
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK               ,
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Daily  and  Weekly   News
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
MOREY  &  CO.
Books and Stationery
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
(under now  management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
0.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    Confections,     Ice   Cream
E.  RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods,  Gen.  Repairing
CENTRAL   LIVERY    STABLES
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BROKEN UP AT EAST
l.neu his father well and Knew the
son who was born to the first wife.
Bii: must be fairly old himself now.
probably betw -n 55 ami 00 years obi
and possibly oiler, as hi- father was
!<:', years old when he died here
Spokane last v. inter.'
SUDpOSed   tO   Have   Cheated I     A. J- Miner, the father, wa. one Of
the oldest  pioneers in the wesi  and
Government Out of Half
A Million Dollars.
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Voting Contest
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS  ELEGANT   LIBRARY INCLUDING   125   VOLUMES   AND
J    HANDSOME   CASE   WILL  BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,   ���
��� SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   IN   NEW   WESTMINSTER   SE-   ���
��� CURING   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   OF   VOTES   IN  THE   FOL-   *
I    LOWING  MANNER :
��� The  merchants listed  below  will give   with   each 10c  cash  pur-
-    chase one vote.
The contest  began  Aug.  23 rd.  1907,    and  will close    Jan.  23rd,
190S, at 7 p. in.
A ballot box is placed in L).  S. Curtis  &  Co's drug store,  where
votes nre to be deposited.
At the clos.. of the contest  tlle  Lodge, Society, Church or School
having    received    the    largest number of votes will be awarded the   *
library. ���
Current   accounts  when  promptly paid are entitled to votes. Z
New   York,  Sept    lo���A   gigantic
i syndicate of .smuggling dressmakers,
; said  to have defrauded the govern-
I ment to the tune of $500,000 through
illicit   importation  of   Parisian  gowns
was  broken up today by the clever
I captain e.f Its alleged  members and
the confiscation of more than $80,000
I worth of rich dresses ami rare lace-
Included in the -haul" made hy the
I customs Inspectors is said to he the
maid of a  millionaire  society  woman
i of New York, who had entrusted her
servant    wit Ii   the   smuggling     of     a
j trunkful of gowns.
The smuggling scheme was expose..!
i when the steamship La Savoie of the
I Trench   line,,  which  carried   twenty
j New   York  dressmaker.; arrived  here-
j The first, off was an  apparently very '
1 fleshy woman who said she was Mine.
! Hughes.    She declared one trunk, and
! was   leaving   the   pier   at   the   "safe
I etui" when an lnquisite inspector no-
ticed that her extraordinary girth dlel
not  seem  entirely   natural.     A   little.
further   inspection   showed   that   she
had literally swathed her body in lace
worth   $::oel   in   Faris   and   twice   that   .
amount here.    Cross questioned, Mme.
Hughes   broke   down   anil    confessed
that  tiie trunk she had declared was
not  hers-     When   opened   the  trunk
disclosed a dozen Parisian gowns- One
after another of the dressmakers was
caught  in the same way.
No arrests were made today, not
only because the detected smugglers
were caught will within the jurisdiction of the customs inspectors, but
because it is known that most of
theni were merely stool pigeons for
the dressmakers who were to have
been benifitted by Ihe conspiracy
against the government-
came out with the gold seekers in '-IO-
He had travelled extensively over the
country and was well known lie-
died at 612 Magnolia street last winter
and leaves ,a widow living in Spokane-
r      .- aa��M��ri! 6_��9��
Follow direet:o"i
with Sunlight Foap and know how perfectly ��� p,Jres(Ja.
can clean simply because it iS pure and contains nctlZ ���
that will injure the finest fabric. ' '"8
T;�� It tJ
flighty
Five Cents A Bar
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
vein receive' for the price On
this basis we save you money
em everything thai druggists
sell Om- first aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
gooeis; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost- We are Invariably successful iu both these intenl ions-
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83
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% W      LINE OF BROOCHES	
I Gold, Gold Filled, Silver,
ji Diamond Set,     Pearl Set,      Amethyst,
| Set,       Mourning, Souvenir,       &c.       ]
Also a fall line of STICK PINS
IW. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler!
* Agent for the Hamilton  Watch.
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School Books
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SUPPLIES
FULL STOCK
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for   Vancouver   and    way
stations  will  run every half-
hour from 5:50 a, m. to 11:30
p. in.
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty tntautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City   Line:     Cars  leave tram
office on the hour, ;
utes after and tori
ter, commencing   it 6:20 a
Sapperton    Line:   C       ;���
at  ten  minutes after -lie ho
half past and fifty m
the hour, commencing al 6
a.  m.
Sunday Service   hair-hourly t��i
twe^n 8.110 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd
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ALL BARS WERE CLOSED
ON SUNDAY IN NELSON
Xelson, Sept- 9���In future there will
be no drink sold at any bar iu the
city on Sundays- livery bar iu the
city, saloon or hotel, will be closed
from 11 o'clock on Monday morning-
Oil Saturday instructions were given
io the chief of police by Mayor GII-
Iett to enforce the Sunday Closing act,
and the hotels and saloons were notified in the afternoon- Accordingly
there was nothing doing beiore the
bear yesterday. Mayor Gillett on being questioned as to the matter, said
he had come to the conclusion that
this was the only course to follow, anil
he hael therefore given instructions
along these lines. It was his own action and not the action of the license
commissioners, nor had he been influenced by the representatives of
any  society.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and   Exercise   Books  are
Fine
A horse and buggy belonging to W-
Meredith figured prominently in a
runaway on Columbia street about
three-thirty o'clock yesterday afternoon. Tlle horse galloped from Leopold place to Thompson's livery barn,
where it slopped of rs own accord.
YOU   REQUIRE   A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   RANK   WITH
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four time
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,   Manager.
Bill Miner a Spokane Man
Spokane, Sept- 10���Bill Miner, the
train robber who escaped recently
from ihe penitentiary at New Westminster, Ii- fri is not unknown In Spokane, according to W- Ef. Lewis, of
the police department, who knew
Miner  and   his  father  well-
"Bill Miner is the son e.r ol i A- .1
Miner, the pioneer." said Lewis when
speaking of the escaped convict   "I
LADIES'
Hairdressing Parlors
V
Hairdressing Tonic Washes
Manicuring Toilet Articles
Shampooing Facial Massage
Scalp Treatment Given
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OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia
Street. Entrance nn Sixth Street
Rubberoid Roofini
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It has stood the test, heat, frost, wind and rain,
gives entire satisfaction, does not harden in the
sun or crack in the cold, always waterproof, always tight, it is light in weight, low in price
and makes a roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Write for prices. -:- -> :-
Corrugated Iron always on hand and price right.
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MAYERS y PRESTON J      C O IVI B S
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  E.  WALKER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General  Manager.
A GENERAL  BANKING  BUSINESS  TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every facility afforded  Farmers for   their banking  business.    Sales  Notes
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manigtr.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Blacksmiths* Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345 'Phone   105.
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j There is a lime for Everything
So now is the time to get ready for the wet weather by investing in a pair of the Dick Waterproof Boots, at the Old Country Boot Store. They are made in men's, boys' and youths, special
for Bchool wear.
Youths to size 13       $2-00
Boys' to size 5      $2.75
���ONLY AT ���
! The Old Country Boot Store,  -   Columbia St.
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE '"   "  "m,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New Coundland, and   in  Londou.  E"^8
New York, Chicago and Spoka ne, U.S.A.', and Mexico City.    A
eral Banking Business Transac tod.
Letters of Credit issued, available wi tl. correspondents in all Darts
World.
8avings Bank  Department.     Deposits   received in sums of $1 and U
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate)
four times a year. ' >.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
G. D.  BRYMNER,
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ESDAY. SEPT.  11,
1907.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
RETALIATION CANNOT
RECTIFY TROUBLE
Hindu Refugees
Seattle. Sept. 10���Terrified by the
riots tit Vancouver and the general attitude of hostility assumed toward
them by ihe citizens of Bellingham
and the British Columbia cities, more
] than  forty  frightened and  dlsconao-
InE TAILORED GARMENTS FOR MEN Jap Papers Caution Readers>���<booking Hindus arrived m seat
.... T       , I tie yesterday and  found  shelter    in
Against   Following   Lead ramshackle bulldinga in the- alley near
of Vancouver Roughs.        Klns s,i'" and ""' avenu&   Even
the  most  casual   visitor Is  regarded
i with suspicion by them, tor they be-
Condensed
Advertisements
g
AMUSEMENTS
wanted-A    waitress,
Windsor hotel-
apply    the
WANTED���Hoy t<
ing-     Apply   eet
learn the tinsmith-
Kirk's hardware.
Tokio, Sept. 10���Thc foreign office
has received a dispatch from the Japanese consul-general at Ottawa saying th.it the Canadian government
will express its regret leu- the occur-
rence at Vancouver and take steps to
prevenl  further troubles.
Have Confidence.
An official of tlu.- foreign office says:
"We have the utmost confidence in
the Canadian government, tii we also
have in  that of America.   Commis-
lieve  they
attack,
nre in  constant  danger of
The Average Man
"The average man conies very near
being an idiot in taking care of himself, You have seen him wearing a
fur cap on his head while his shoes
let in the snow and water. He- wears
an overcoat on his back and nothing
but a thin shirt over his chest, He is
Ishii's dispatch Bays that  the  mighty Beared about freezing his liu-
WANTED. .Three'     smart      boys      to:
work at Fred Lynch'B Cigar Factory
WANTED���Work     b>      experienced
dressmaker.    AdelreoS Miss (_! , News ,
office.
WANTED- Boy to take charge <f office. Apply in own handwriting to
S. G. care of Daily  News office.
WANTED-Sir,,'::   boys to deliver the1
Daily News.     Apply  at   Daily  News
office.
WANTED���Smart  boj     to    work    in
printing office.    Jackson   &   Morrison, printers,  Daily  News block.
L&JJTl
OPERA HOUSE
IRVING  BEERS
Manager
Where quality and finish is required, J
ask for 20th Century garments.        *
SUITS,   SHOWER - PROOFS,
TOPPER   OVERCOATS,
Or ODD  PANTS.
Don t take the "just as good   quality;
Get the 20th Century.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier   j
Sole Agent tor New Westminster. 203-211 COLUMBIA STREET I
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ihingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
he Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
disturbance will soon lee. quelled and
tint ihere is no reason U expect its
repel ii Ion.
"Our  information   is  that   the  outbreak, like that at    Bellingham   aid
others elsewhere, l.- the resull of the
Korean league's anti-Japanese agination, create;]  by  false am! exaggerated   r> ports   concerning   conditions   in
Korea, anil the attitude and sentiment
of  Japan.    Tin-  foreign office  is not
distur eel by the Vancouver affair and 1
is quite confident tliat everything will |
be done to protect the Japanese."
Trouble  Not  Feared
The  accounts   of   the   seiketis   anti- ,
Japanese demonstration at Vancouver,
B. Cri published in Tokio evening; papers, caused no excitement.   The peo- j
ple.  like the governmenl officials, re- j
gard as foolish the idea of a troublesome complication,   Nc. editorial comment  is contained in evening papers.
A   few   of   the   morning  pa] ers     discussed   the matter  dispasionately-
The Asahi says:
���'The agitation in Britrih Columbia
against the Japanese is much older
than that in California, but. violence
has been prevented hitherto by the
firm attitude of the Dominion government- Undoubtedly this agitation has
heeen rekindled b.v the recent California incidents. The flood of Japanese
coming in from Hawaii has also occasioned an increase of the anti-Ori-
j ental agitation"
Mob Violence Useless
The Asahi points out the useless-
news of mob violence and cautions the
Japanese against retaliation in land-
It snys that the Canadian government
undoubtedly will take measures
against similar regrettable affairs,
and concludes as follows:
"Retaliation wil] not rectify. Our
I real.v with Great Britain extends to
Canada and our treaty with the United States will .be revised in Iim."
Causes no Excitement.
Other papers this morning say that
th<. affair is regrettable', but causes
no excitement among tiie Japanese.
A special dispatch saying that Is'.iii
was stoned and forced to take refugee
in a hotel is regarded as the most serious feature of the affair, but this report, is not confirmed by lhe foreign
office.
ROOM  AND
BOARD
in prlv
its fani-
lly.    Applj
corner
QUI e n>
avenue
and Eleven
th street
WANTED
'o   trade.
fine
home just
outside Westminster for
c
ty   prop-
erty. Principals only
���   s.
R
Bowell,
Sapperton.
LOST���A gold filled watch, English
case, finder kindly return to T.
Gilford's jewelry store and obtain
reward.
L03T-Fiom the IS- C E H. car. a
package of Sample Suspenders, return to the Daily <News office. $f>
reward-
gei-s while his throat is exposed to
blizzards anil he is often ailing or
thinks he ri. it's herb tea, mot tonics, Peter's pills, Paul's pine tar cordials or plasters and cures, until lhe-
balance wheel in the machine conns
to a stop. Nature wa:iis to keep going, but she can't, lie drinks whisky |
am] that clogs tiie valves: he elrinks \
beer and that clogs the wheel.-;: he
pours down lemonade, gihgenale, buttermilk, ice water, tea, coffee, and
what not, and then wonders why the
hie tinder 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 I
num.    Did   Adam   smoke?    Did   Eve   WANTED���Two   respectable
wear corsets?    Did Solomon chew tobacco?    Did Until chew gum? Did the
children  of  Israel  make   for  a  beer'
gar.len   after  crossing the  Red  Sea?
Did Rebecca eat gum drops .and  ice
cream and call for soda water? Adam
was the tirst man and was made per-
I feet front head to heel. How long
'; would  he remain  so after  eating  a
mince pie before going to lied? Suppose he he-ad slept in a bedroom 6x7
with the windows down, the door shut
and two dogs uneler the bed? Suppose
Eve  had   laced   herself  up   in  n  corset,  put  on  tight  shoes, and  sat   up
all  hours of the  night eating lier till
of trash and  sizzled her hair.    When
you come to look at the way a man
misbehaves    himself    you    can    only
wonder he ever lived to get there.
According to the foregoing you may
lie .a   fool���you   certainly   are   if   you
neglect   your   eyesight,  and  yet  hundreds   are   putting   off   the   use   of
glasses because they do not want to
"look oid"���nonsence���you  can  get   a
new set of teeth, but nobody can give
you   a   new   pair, of  eyes,     lit-   wise.
Consult   our   OPTICIAN���DON'T
To-Night
MARJORIE   RAMHEAi:    and
her   Eastern   Stock   Company
��� IN ���
THELMA
POPULAR PRICES.
Seats on sale at Ryall's Drug Store
��� NEW
LYRIC THEATRE
roomers
for bed room aud parlor with heater
moderate.    Apply    123,    Eleventh
street.
FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
rooms to let in Vancouver, 2b Hastings St., W. next door to Palace
hotel, Mrs. E. .1. Grieve, proprietress.
VANCOUVER
Corner  of   Pender  and   Hamilton   Str
Malan & Clawson. Manager*.
The Lyceum Stock Company
Commencing
Monday, Sept. 9th
With    H-   CRANE'S   great   success���
DAVID  HARUM
Matinee Wednesdays and Saturdays
POPULAR PRICES.
6-ROOMED HOUSE ou Eighth St.,
between Third .and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to he
sold immediately; a bargain at
$1600, half cash. Apply McQuarrie
&. Co.,  Front  St.
TIMBER LANDS��� We deal exclusive
ly in timber. Have large and smai,
tracts on water, if you wish tc
buy or sell, see me. �����. R. Chandler
407  Hastings  St..  Vancouver. B.C.
..Recreation Park.
VANCOUVER
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
To accommodate all the guests
who will visit the city during exhibition time it is desired that all house-
BB holders prepared to offer accommo-
AFRA1D OF THE COST���yon can get dation at reasonable rates Vill leave
fitted at your own price and fitted their addresses witli Edward Hoult
properly. billeting agent at tin.' city hall, where
Curtis' Drug   Store,   F.   W.   Heath,   all   information   may   be  obtained.
late of Ottawa,  in enarge of the op-j ALEX. GARRETT,
World's Championship
Wrestling
Match
JIU
I.M
- JITSU
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STYLE
tical  department.
Chairman of the Billeting committee.
Guichon���J- H- Foster. Birmingham, I
England; P. T- Butchard, Las Angel-1
es; W. P- Sweetman, Winnipeg: W- ,
M. Knight, Vancouver; ri M- Addison, Montreal; Mr. and Mrs- J. Ross '
and child. Vancouver.
Windsor���('������   H-    Sinclair,    Helena,
Mont.;  J- R- Andrews and wife. Chicago; "For Mother's Sake" company, |
New York;  W- Pattlson, Bellingham; ;
A-  Pailison,  Port   Harvey;    J.  Inch, i
Nlcomen;   R- Wilson, Chiiliwack;   Dr-
Wade,  Edmonton.
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
���as well m prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
lo call to look, lo buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
We Are Not in the Trust!
And can save you 50 per cent,
on a SAFE or CASH REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT COY.
Vancouver, B. C.
510 Richards St., Phone 2125
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY  NEWS.
k Tinted Centre Pieces
and CUSHION TOPS
which are so much in vogue just now
have lately arrived.
We have a complete range of Stamped Linens,
such as Tea Covers, Runners, Tray
Cloths, Doileys, etc., etc., which will
be used by the ladies employed by the
Corticelli" Silk Co., who give free lessons in the Guichon parlors to all
those interested.
As the ladies remain in the city only a limited
time, visit them as early as possible.
-���*     -
THE WHITE HOUSE
A.). BIRTCtl,   -   275 Columbia Street
r
Prunes for Preserving
400 crates; MUST be sold
Get your orders in early!
per crate   2Sc*    per crate
T. S. ANNANDALE Cr
Extra!    Special!
30  DAYS  ONLY
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
$15.OO    Up
Rest of Trimming.      Best ol'
Workmanship.     Cut to  Fit.
M.LDNGTRY, Up-to-date Tailor
247 Front St.
Look Up
\ : The :
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing
I     and Pressing Works
L.   McLaglen
(winner of Tani .M&caki]
VERSUS X.,
Prof.T.H.Kanada
(champion of the world)
Catch-As-Catch-Can    Preliminary.
Thursday, Sept. 12
at 8:30 p  m
HARRY J   DURKER, Promoter.
i By special arrangement, reserved
and unreserved senis can be purchased at
(iamon's Cip& Tobacco Store
PRICE OK BEATS:
Grand Stand   $1.00 (unreserved)
Grand  Stand      $150  (reserved)
Ringside       $2 00   (reserved)
Children       50c
;i   TilK BYES
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ASIATIC
BLOOD.
367   Columbia   St.*
OPP. PREMIER HOTEL  Phone B278 ELLARD BLOCK,
H. STEW ARDSON
Civil Engineer and
��� Draftsman
NEW WESTMINSTER
Tender
AND
Choice
MEATS
SAUSAGE
BOLOGNA
FARMER'S PORK
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  doora  from   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
(ace, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  douhle
j case, $7.60 up.
j Agent for the celehrated South Bend
' Watches, supplied to the Wellman
I Arctic Exnedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
I   Watch   repairing;    charges   reason
ahle.
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART TURNOUTS
GOOD  HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Streel
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
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ELLENSDALE
This property is situated close to the High and
Normal schools, five minutes from Ninth Ave.
car line, and adjoins the Shaughnessy Heights,
at $650 per lot; 1-4 cash and balance in
quarterly payments for two years.
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JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Dally News Pub-
shing   Company    Limited,   at   their
fflces,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
���treets, New Westminster, B. C.
t.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
WEDNESDAY.  SEPT- 11, 1907
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THE SITUATION.
A (|uie.t review of the eictions and
omissions of ihe .McBride government
during the past twelve months, shows
that H has, In fts efforts to discredit
the Liberal governmenl al Ottawa and j
to retain lor itself the favor of cer-
I iin powerful corporations, brought
things to a pretty pass In British Col-
umbia.
We need   not elo more   ihan refer
briefly to the   Better Terms matter.
The  public should ley  Ihis time  have
a clear grasp or ihe leading points of I
the case, which nre���
Thai as far back as 1887, the prov-j
inces agitating for a settlement of tho |
Better Terms question agreed to pre-1
senl   to the  Dominion governmenl   it'
proposal for a "final and unalterable"
a ettlemenl of the matter;    thai  this
resolution was maintained af the conference of 1902, and again at the con-
ference of last  yaar;    that  Mr,  McBride. at   Li si  year's conference, agreed to this, before British Columbia's
special   claim   had    been  considered,
and then withdrew, leaving his friend,
the  Tory  premier of    Ontario, to pul
through ei proposal which British Col-i
umbia could mb accept, and refusing
the  proffered  help  of    the Dominion
governmenl to obtain more., favorable
consideration;   thai  having  thus ere-!
ated a deadlock, he wenl to LondonJ
and came hack declaring that he had
caused to be erased the words "final
and  unalterable,"  the. fact  being, as
the Under Secretary for the Colonies
stated, that the. words had been struck
oat by the clerk who drew the bill, as
no act of parliament  Is final and un-
e erable,  and   the   presence  of   the
words would have made the .net  rld-
h a mis.      Looked   en    thus   calmly,   in
the lighi of history, it is al once apparenl thn .Mr. McBride wets nol
working in tin. Interests of British
Columbia, bul merely trying tei manufacture political capital againsi ihe
Liberals. ____________
Coming   to   ila.   Oriental Immigra-
i   ni matter, ��e have the fact that the
v liriil;. government   refuse I  or  neglected to take, any steps, leaving the
Introduction of n 'eill. supposed to be
eai  la.-  lines of the  Natal  Act, lo Mr.
Bowser, wine was then a private mem
:.. r.    This   bill   wenl   through  all   its
Dane's with an essential "not" or other negative syllable, omitted, so that
it   weis   nol   worth     the  paper  il   was
^    Inted "ti.   As Joseph Min in. K. C,
nne of ihe for.���mos'   legal  nun  in tin'
Dominion,  puts  it,    "Mr   Bowser,  in
drawing this bill, either carelessly or
Intentionally   used   tl i   word   'lawful'
in  ihe. fourth section, Instead ol  th"
n .T I 'unlawful,' thus complete!} mil
li1': inr the bill."    Tin' bill was inti.i
I iced   .spoken  .if.  describod    in  Lhe
press as a "Natal   Vet," an I one can
easily   itnderstan l   that   the' ordinary
would  not   take the trouble
to rea:!  it.    All th
ceoding was calculated to stir up feel-
in:; aneiinst the' Liberal government
at Ottawa and against Liberals generally; and the arrival of large numbers of Japanese laborers has heen
used to make that feeling more active
and more violent, in Vancouver, this
feeling culminated in the holding of a
monster meeting which passed a resolution calling upon the Dominion
government to allow Mr. Bowser's
(utterly worthless) act to go into op-
eration. Now, if lhe McBride government did advise the Lieutenant-
Governor to withhold assent, its subsequent action in the matter is nothing short of infamous. If, on the other hand, the Lieuttnant-Qovernor act-
eel without the advice of his niinis-
ters, the government should have resigned. No better opportunity could
have been desired lo make a really
effective prote3l against the admission of Oriental cheap labor. Any
government appealing to the people
of British Columbia on such au issue
would sweep the country. If. then,
the Lieutenant-Governor's action was
against the wish and advice of the
government, why did it not resign?
The fact, that the bill is a fraud on
the face of It seems to suggest the
only satisfactory answer.
The. fact that there is a fatal defect in Mr. Bowser's hill, reduces the
whole affair to a muddle, It is true;
bul it also fits in with other parts of
the proceedings. Hai the act, been
passed in proper form and assented
to. it would have been in operation
until disallowed hy the Dominion government; that is to say, for several
months at least-   This would not have
i-uited  certain  con>orations who were i
arranging to Inijiort the Japanese la- ;
borers   who  have recently  arrived   iu
the  pie,vince     The  McBride government could  not   allow  these corporations to be put to the Inconvenience
of  waiting  for disallowance-    Therefore  it  arranged  that the act  should
not come into operation at all Wheth- !
er it intended to allow the defective ���
act to come nominally into operation. '
and then deplore' with crocodile tears
the  "clerical   error"   which   rendered -
it useless;    or  whether the  "clerical |
error" was arranged in order to pro-1
vide  an  excuse  for    hanging up'the
hill,   when   questioned   about   it   next
session;  or whether the government
was  so grossly careless    that it   re-1
mainfid in ignorance of the existence I
of the "clerical error," and arranged j
the holding up of the bill in the man-
ner asserted b.v the World, we do not I
at present know, nor is it  a  matter
of much consequence-   The existence
of a scheme to delude the country by
a 30rt of confidence'  trick is  equally
plain whatever view one takes of it.
This also is plain, that the position
of British Columbia in regard to these
two important matters���Better Terms
and Oriental immigration��� Is worse
than il was twelve nionths ago
HORACE DORER
Goldsmith Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
Columbia Street, Next Tram Office
NOTICE
The B- C Manufacturing Co. Ltd.,
announce that Mr. Walter Kilis having retired from this company the
position of manager will be filled by
Mr. \V- Pinch Page.
Sept-  9,   1907-
FOR THE BEST
Photograph
MONEY CAN BUY
AT ANY PRICE
VISIT
Another Cami
Is just opened at the west end of the city to
work on the Eburne line, you know what it
means.
Five lots on Nanaimo street between Fourteenth and Sixteenth streets, facing the
south, lovely view, each only.... $250
THE-
notice Royal Studio
Hale & Lane
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone  335 p. o. Box 26||
A meeting of the liberal association
of this city will be held in the Liberal
club rooms at 8 p.m. on Tuesday,
Sept. 17. for the purpose of electing
delegates to the convention to he h ild
in Vancouver on Oct- 1, and also to '
transact anv other business which
may be broughl up- All liberals are j
Invited to attend.
CUNNINGHAM
BLOCK
Proprietor, L. HAWEIS
(pronounced Hoyes)
ISPECIAL!
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500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
JOHN RKID. Pres.
J. \V. MacDOXALD, Secy.
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10 Acres, Section 30, Township 2, Surrey,
$500
,-w one-half cash, balance 1 year at 7 per cent
I P. PEEBLES K,
Highest Cash Price Paid
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 J
SOMETHING ABOUT.
Walk-Over Shoes
The Walk-Over is the very best American Boot made.    We control the Walk-
Over agency for this city.    We can hardly keep pace with the demand
for Walk-Over Shoes.    We have new shipments arriving
weekly both by express and freight which insures
a complete line of sizes at ail times.
Speculate
In SURREY, where the B. C. Electric
is building its new line.       -:-       We
have land to show you there.
BOURNE & GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
I
nii'in^B
be members voted foi
it; it was nol questioned inn- examined. Bul Mr. Bowser, wh i Intro
duced it. and the government, which
fa responsible for all legislation
passed, cannot he' so excused. Did
they know that the. bill had this fatal
defect ? Is the fad that the bill went
through the I louse In that shape' ami.
although eisse'nt was refused, was
printed ln the current volume of the
statutes, evidence of gross carelessness, or of a paltry and disreputable
trick'.' One or the other It certainly Is.
The   withholding  en' assent   to  the
bill   bj   the    Lieutenant-Governor Ifl
s.eiel   to   have,  been   by  Mr-   MelSride's
advice-       This   is   denied,  and   repent:
credits Mr, Tatlow with a sort of <>f- !
lie ial   statement   that   the   Governor!
eu eel without, or conl rary to, the advice of liis ministers; and Mr. Attor-
i. iy General  Bptfser, al  the time of
his re-election and since   has   us&d
words which pul  the blame upon the
Lieutenant-Governor.   The whole pro-
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MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
lam the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings   Dealer,   Funi
Director and Embalmer, and I will Bell you anything ln myllnee
and will give you better value than you can gel  tn any other ;
In the city.   Try me,
Wall   Papera  in   endless  var ety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.    China
Matting from  15c up.    Linoleums   from 45c   up. Curtain 8tretcH
5��
ers.  the  best  made, $2.23  per
prices.    Iron  Eeds, white a.id
ambulators and Go-Carts of at
All kinds nf job worli and repairli
able prices and satisfaction guara
I have- sold  ihe, block and am sill ^^
and in the same old way.
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;t. Carpets, all grades aad
it enamels, $3.50 and up. Pre-
tescriptions.
done on shortest notice. R	
ted,    New goods arriving d dl;
loing business in the same I  '
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Men's Walk-Overs in Patent Colt, Vici Kid, Gun Metal, Velour Calf and all the
popular leathers.
A nice selection of Ladies' Walk-Overs in Patent and Gun Metal leathers.
THERE IS SOME STYLE TO BE FOUND IN OUR WALKOVERS.
WALKOVERS   A SIGN OF QUALITY.
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE LtdV
New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOL
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A Good One
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE --a/ui INSURANCE 5AY, SEPT- 11, 1907-       (4|
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PAGE FIVE
Cash Sto:
res:    CITY NEWS
EMITH
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illinery j
pening 1
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Tuesday, Wednesday j
and Thursday,
September 10thy llth and 12th
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)ur Miss Ward has just-returned
mi Portland and other acknowl-
jed millinery centres with a very
nplete range of up-to-date Pat-
*n Hats, which will be on exhibi-
[n in our showrooms  Tuesday,
Jednesday and Thursday, Sept.
th, llth and 12th.
IAII the newest creations in Eur-
lean and American novelties will
shown here.
|We are showing a most com-
Jte line of Theatre, Outing, Street,
lotoring and Suit Hats.
'Every person is cordially invited
inspect this,
ie Greatest Millinery Opening
that has ever taken place
in the Royal City.
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K- .1. Lynch has gone up-counivy on
j a business trip.
For all kinds of cut flowers and pot-
! ted plants, see Tidy, tbe florist.
The Malleable man at Hardman's &       Mrs-  H   M- Welsh, accompaniee)  ley
Co-, opposite library, call and see him- j her daughter Kate, left yesterday Tor
East  Delta,  where they  wi'l spend a
week the guests of Mr Kitson.
T'he regular monthly meeting ori he
N'ew Westminster board of traele wil!
be held t'ari evening iu the city hal'e-
A u ... stealing case will figure in]
the  police court this  morning-    Tin' j
accused denies having stolen the time'-
piece.
Guns  tor hire  at Geo.  It.  Speck's ,
Trapp block, Columbia -street
Mrs. w. H. Hink-s, of Minneapolis,
i ic impanle I bj her two children, is
visiting her parents, Mr- ami Mrs
Alfred Webb, of Queen's avenui'
Bee of fruit land, clay loam nml
clay subsoil; very easily cleared in
blocks to suit $15 per ace'e. Abbotl
.<-. Hyde, next to Guichon hotel-
Twenty-five Hindus treked to
'Cloverdale yesterday, giving found
the Vani ouver atmosphere much too
warm for them. They had ho ���������- of
jetting employment on the railway
��� instruction work.
2 tins of pinet if ir --< i al Kyle
& Son. - int.streel *
A- S. ri. . :, i I te .- -' mg in tn who
ecently broke his leg bj falling off
a scaffolding at the new Brunette
sawmills office. Sap] irton, left yesterday for the upper country, where
he will spend some time recuperating.
On new cut off line to Vancouver
in Burnaby, near Tenth avenue, -1
full sized lots, price $ I ioo. Easy
terms. Abbott & Hyde, next Guichon
hotel.
William Kennedy appeared before
, I .. ��� righ )-esterdaj morning
on a charge of furious driving across
��� ie provincial bridge and neglecting
to pay the toll- On the application
if counsel, the hearing was adjourned
till Thursday.
Mi.-- McKlllop, Head nurse at the
V mon Jubilee hospital, is in New
'." ���- tminstei for a holi 1 iy. Miss McKlllop, will take part as brl 1 smaid in
ie marriage Narse Siv t t. who was
t the Vernon hospital last winter, to
.' A Bonne, which takes place ;e>-
1 i.   In Vani "iver.
Two small fire-proof safes now on
hand, Abbott & Hyde, nexl Guichon
hotel.   Agents fe    Victor Safe Co.
Arrangements have been made
wherebj -'- Fr; al Fouche will appear
.; the op�� ra house on Thursda-y eve-
ning, when he will give a dram itic re-
c tal.   Si ats to all ?nry of th ��� h iuse
11 be 50c and ti ere will be no reel ?e | ie il -    Ihe entertainment will
- nn [gr the au spin e: of ibr.- W tmen's
Auxiliary of the Royal C ilumbian hospital aie i the ; r >ci - la wlll be devoted
; i the furnlshin - if the i �� mater-
q1     cottage'
A handsome i 'by.-' will be given
away at Hai Iman's & Co., opposite
library, during exhibition week.
8 bars of Royal Crown BOaip tor 2~.c
Kyle & Son, 255 Front street. ���
A Aum'ber of Chinamen from Port
Moody and vicinity arrived in the city
yesterday with the expressed inten-
tlon of inlying revolvers and rifles for
protection in case of trouble.
20 lots at the west end of Se enth
avenue, close te) two proposed ��� --r
lines, at $100 per lot. Murray Bro,, ,
opp. Windsor hotel. *
Huster Brown, the young incorrigible whe has .een giving ib i local police considerable trouble lately, was
yesterdaj morning ordered t'i !*_ taken t.i the reformatory for three
years.
A. MiR.ie, a recent arrival, lan-
guished In the police eels awaiting
the payment of a $2.50 fine which
was Imposed upon him tor having
been drunk and incapable on Monday
night ,
Picni ��� hams 18c per lb. at K/'.e &
Son, Good Cheer Store, 256 Fron: St.
The local Cigar Makers- union yesterday distributed a number of enamel
match boxes among the union workers of Ilie city. The souvenirs are
attractive, and call up in thej recipient t.) "look for the label." The
members of the News composing
room extend thanks for the gifts received
Frai Roland Austen, one of the
most prominent piano teachers of
Vancouver, who has recently returned
from Borne years of study in Berlin,
Germany. Intends re-opening his cl iss
in New Westminster on Saturday.
September 14, over Smith's dry goods
store. Mr. Austen demonstrated his
abllltj as a pianist last May bj giving
a most successful recital in this city,
and the tna.-ir.ai public will welcome
him in their midst as a teacher. His
time is so occupied in Vancouver that
ll"   can    'ri.    -;ive-  Sat iv !;.;.    al' e>'n > ae
and evenings to his pupil - In Westminster. All inquiries for lessons
- etc., can be had hy writing t i
Mr. Austen, P- O- Box 1372, Vancouver, o T i; Lennie, wh ��� will furnish any Information al Johnston's
shoe store on Columbia -tret-
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Columbian College
will   re-open  9  a.   m.. y
TUESDAY, Sept. 17 J
Gymnasium and Y.  M. C. A. S
ling will be ready  tor use �����
October   1st.
For Calendar, etc., address: w
COLUMBIAN     COLLEGE. ji;
A Large Shipment of
irockeryi^Glassware
(give us a call if you require ANY-
HUNG IN THAT LINE.       OUR   PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
QOOKSLETS
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ADAMS fif DEANS
A pleasing t ombln ition of comedy
aad tragi ri was seen al tii" opera
'i,ms,. yesti rday i venlng, when "For
Mother's Sake'" was pul on the ���- 11 Is
with Pearl Golding starring as little
in Pemberton, a lad whe' run awa;
i,-om hi.- old home In Maine and wan- POST CARDS
lered awa; out wesl to find his father  *    w *-' %~* J~*. *���*. w t~*
The play is re; !��� te with adventures
of the usual style, with a happy wind- Qn Sale at
up for all concerned when the Christ
mas reunion takes place in the old
village. The' acting was above thai
of the usual one night stand companies, ami was well enjoyed by the au-
elieuice-
Well Known
Souvenir
of   New   Wes! minster  a.'. I   (li--.!
Morey's     Bookstore    and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
tvAdverttse the town we live iii  ry
mailing Picture Posl  Cards te yovt
friend-.-
FOR
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FURNITURE
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES,
PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES, GO-CARTS, LACE
CURTAINS, PORT1ERS. DPHOLSTERINO, CABINET
WORK, SHEETS. PILLOW CASES. BLANKETS. &c, &c ,
It  will   pay  you  to  try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.   73.
DUPONT BLOCK.
COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
OUR
Specials
OUR TAILORING department is now
ready to take your measure for FALL
SPECIALS in
Suits and Overcoats
Our CLOTH SAMPLES embrace woolens from the best foreign and domestic
looms.
We have engaged the services of the
very best tailoring house in the Dominion
���a house that never makes a misfit, viz:
Thc- "FASHION-CRAFT."
We guarantee a perfect fit or no sale.
Drop in and examine our Cloth Samples.
Our prices are right.
H.L DeBECK
THE CASH CLOTHIER
Opposite the P. O. NEW WESTMINSTER
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The House of
QUALITY
Are You After A
Good Hat?
Don't go "up in the air''
��� about it, but pay us a visit and make your own se-
��� lection from the large and stylish stock of New Fall
I Hats for gentlemen that we are now carrying.   All
��� the new shapes and materials, with just the right
��� "curves" and "tips" to lend grace and charm to
X them. All colors in Soft Hats and Derbies, also
X Blacks.    Prices to suit all pockets.
i J. E. Brown & Co.
CASH CLOTHIERS
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fextDoor to a Gift
'���'    I ii AVENUE���-Two lota $225 each on your own termB.
1 ��� AViriNUE-oiio lot; $480 on your own terms.
A"r'i   WENUE���29 loft, With 10 corners; $75 per lot on your own
',:!lii   AVENUE���One   lot; $160 on your own terms.
\ M STREET���One lot;   $350 on your own terms.
IcLEOD, MARK & CO.
\'Tf��� Farm Land Specialists," New Westminster
Choice (reamery butter tor 30c r r
lb. ait the "Good Cheei" Store," 266
Front street
it Marpole, executive agent of the
c p, i'. witii headquarters ln Vancouver, accom] anle I b; H. J. Cam-
ble, division il engine ir, trad a party
oi railway officiate, spent some time
in the city yesterday afternoon. Mr.
Marpole stated to a. News man that
the party had bean visiting the war!.
on the Eburne line, which In betng
constructed ley the <'��� P. R. and which
will be handed to the B. 0. E- R.com-
p.riny na soon as it la completed. The
railway officials expressed themselves
as being well satisfied with tbe progress of the Work, and announce that
they will bave th9 line in 'operation
even earlier than they expected'
A1 out five hundred men are at present working on the grading at th"
new.line.
Money to loan on mortgage on approved security. White & Shiles, Columella Street, city. .
mamm e��xwis>��_s��ys__M__w_��#i*j
Did You Ever
Hear of It?
INSURING Horses, Cows, Sheep
and Goats against death  from
any cause, just like you insure your
own life.
Well that is what I can do for
you on a very small premium each
year.
RATES AND FULL PARTICULARS ON
APPLICATION TO
A. W. McLEOD* General Insurance Broker
s.i        Armstrong Block, New Westminster, B. C.       w       P.O. Box 394
Phone 62
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PAGE SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
SEPT.. I
|DA>
Don't be persuaded to use
imported salt on the grounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is the cheapeil
in the end.
196 W
SCOTCH WRESTLER
HAS GOOD RECORD
McLaghlen, Who Meets Kanaka on Thursday, Learned Jiu Jitsu Years Ago.
You can take ii from me that 1
will either leave the ring the victoi
<ei    ,iili u broken limb-"
This is the declaration of Leopold
McLaglen the big South African, who
will wrestle Prof. Kanada for the jiu
Jltsu championship of the world at
tbe Recreation park ou September 12.
M<5Laglen is going after lhe title in
ia: nest, and the contest will be
unique  in  the  history  of B.  V-
McLaglen is a splendid specimen of
manhood and comes of good stock.
Hit* father, one of tlle Episcopal Hisb-
ops of South Africa, stands (i feet 4
inches anil is the idial of what
muscular Christianity should be.
McLaglen has every heriditary ad- j
vantage ami from an early age!
studied the Japanese style of wrest-1
ling- His father had a Japanese ser
vant, who was an expert ut the game
and took McLaglen in hand at the
age of 12- For five ..r six years McLaglen practised with the Jap at his
home at Stellerhosch near Cape Town
and the first match he had was with
Taho Malo at the Seaport Pagoda,
Cape Town, and which the white man
won after a severe bout of one and
��.,', half hours. He followed this by
(.'. feating McCallum the Scotch ath-
rite Then came the Boer war in
vl ich McLaglen saw service as an
eft'cer in a corps of African horse.
He then went to EngUnd where he
became prominent in sporting circles
liy e efeating Yuklo Tani at the Tivoli
th'Mer, London. He followed this by
fri feating Tani Macaki the ex-cham-
I ien of the world before the National
Sporting club. Now he will meet Prof.
Kanada for the championship and is
sanguine about success. If he is successful he intends to issue a ehal-
fenge to the big 300-lh Jap wrestler
wine  recently arrived on the coast.
ing- Ab Sum was found by Mr-
Nairn-', who rtves near, and who at
< net ���couiTii.inic;... a with Mr. Thomas.
J. P. The two, assisted by a man
named Bartlett, took the still warm
... .;., down, and called In the provincial police- Chief Constable Campbell
wtnt out to look over the scene and
arrange f<.r the carrying in of the
body. The rope by wnlch the Chinaman was hanging hail evidently been
taken from a weil that was in a field
near by, eand the ]>olice think, had
teen cut with a razor found in the
dead man's pocket. The Chinese residents out to the south of the city are
strongly of the opinion that the work
is thai of a white mob, but the police scout the idea and point out that ]
the body was hanging within a hundred yards of the Nairns' residence |
���and a mob would have attracted attention-
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Victor Gramophones and Records
9 LOTS on Brunette and Distillery
streets, Sapp< rton. $1600; half cash,
balance terms.
1 Lot 66x132 ft., S. Vii of 8, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. t! months.
4  lots between  Fourth  avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth ami
i Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24. 22 anel
- 30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half cash, Lull' six months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
SECOND-HAND    STORE   Thirteenth street SSx132 only $M>0, a
_POR��� I splendid investment.
Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of Lot  2b,   block    B   facing    English
FURNITURE. ��� church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $G50.
General  Repairing.
-The
Columbia and Front Sts.      Phone 275
160 acres  less 2V- for new railway,      Full sized Lot on 4th St. at the end I    0 ACRES go. ,:
Town-hip 4' Sec  11; all bottom land, of  Regina St., between  5th an.l Bth  Lot   16,   com.)   B
under grass', suitable for dairy farm; avenues,  west side of 4th St.    Price | and   Unmet,
40   acres under-drained,     ditched   all $400;   half cash.
round and fenced around and through      ^   jx)ts    ggxi32 e.dcri     4th  avenue,
centre;   .a room house;    barn 40x7a, ^^ strect    $1200 cash.
sufficient  feeel  for about  300 head  of
...   . ���> HOUSES    on 1   ot, Kearv Slreet,
stock.    Price $8000;  terms one-tbird - BUUBBB   un            .., .       ���nnl
^ _.     ���.__ Sapperton; a rooms and kitchen, wood
cash  bal. to suit purchaser.   One mile ->'jji-<-"-"  >
.. ghed and 4 rooms, kitchen and wood
:':     ''"'  ':l  '""   '"'     ''' shed.   $1000 each, one-third cash, bal-
ance easy.
77.58 ACRES, black loam land, all
ploughed and cleared and dyked; N.
160 ACRES about two miles from g 14 sect. 5. $75 per acre, one-third
Aldergroye station, 30 acres cleared1 cash| oner third 3 months, one-third 6
anl partly fenced, good house, barn' mcm!hs.
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $1760!
cash, balance to be arranged.
ION
Lot 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1000.
iam soil rJ
ie Mounuiil
. south
roomed bouBi . ... ior, din:
kitchen and tbr< e 1 Iroona-l
ed; conservator] �� or 40 (m|
heated by pipes; well; staMeT
15 bearing liar ���:��� es; CODS
stock ready t< 1 lanl out; 2 skei]
b> acres cleared, light timler J
maining acre; all fenced;
from school. Price $3000; iu��|
bal. in 6 months at 7 per centl
1   Lot 88x13
$800  enjeh.
4th avenue
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AMU EJNUINB
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, HKiuuu; and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental iron worn, including
Fences. Gates. Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence In
rtted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE STREET.
New Westminoter. tf. O. 474.
2   LOTS,   132x132, N.-W.   corner  of
10th Street   and   St. Andrews. ' Price
1C0 acres less right of way about Si
j acres for railway;   25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x2*.
and lean too 10x22;   barn 30x32 and
lean  too _i2xl4;   granary   10x16;   two
chicken houses, each   10x12;    wagon  $1050; half cash.
shed 20x30;   small  milk house, small      1 i^OT, full size,   Block 59,   Lot S,
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 05 bearing  Sub. 0; partly cleared.   $2C0, or $150
;' fruit trees;" natural spring well. Price  cash.
: $6000;  $2000 cash, halance easily ar
: ranged eat 7 per cent.
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing Sth Avenue,
4   lots  cleared,  small  house,  chicken
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Desi.; house, 175 chickens; fenced. Inclusive
Lot 8;  south side of the river, rear e price 51500, $1000 casb.
bridge.    $300;   half cash.
3 LOTS, 5, 6 & 7, full in*
cleared, upper side of 5th AwsJ
tween 1st and 2nd Streets. PriJ
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from 1st SttJ
6th Avenue on south side, No.I
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue
north side between First and Second ( 37 & 38, ful) size. Price $1100
streets, No. 5, 6 and 7. Price $40o'four, or $300 each; half cash.
each or $1100 for tie three. Do..b]e    tenement  house ,,j
1st and 2nd St.; 1 iot.   Price(f
cash half and half in ti montttii
Rents for $10 each tenant.
CHINESE ACCUSE
MOB OF LYNCHING
Vancouver, Sept. 10���Chinese gardeners in (lie vicinity if the North
Arm ami all through South Vancouver are in a state of alarm and have
taken to the woods owing to the
finding of the body of Ah Sum, a.
Chinaman, who was found hanging to
a  tree near the cemetery this morn-
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster. B.C.
We Eat to Live
But eat the same time it is necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You    can   rely   upon     GETTING
Till'.   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
27^ acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation;  200 young
'fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new bouse, l^ storey, D rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
, Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property is only y2 mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could he sold with the
property at a snap.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AJMD PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 0, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
Full sized lot, north side of Hamilton street between Sixth and Eighth
streets; $225.
28 acres on Mara road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 7 %.
40 acres >�� section 14, N. 4o
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from bli
Ilaworth road, Surrey;   house:
1% storey house, 3 rooms i
other 3 can be added upstairs;!
shack;  1%  acres cleared and if
[with clover, red; fairly easilyc
2 lots on Sth St. between   5th and , One  mile  from  shingle mill.
Oth Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x $1,200;.  terms half cash, bal:
132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for raonlbs at 7 ';
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.
House and cottage on Columbia st,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
120 acres, E 1-4, section 25, township 9, Maple Ridge, 1 barn 70x78 ft.,
1 barn 3Sx70 ft,, 6-room house, ail
nearly new; 70 acres cleared, 50 acres
under cultivation; halance as pasture,
easily cleared, 2 acres of orchard;
good rich bottom land; 2 good wells
and creek; $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,
balance easy.
2Vi storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot 60xrii2;
lane at back; part of lot^set out with
fruit   trees    and    nice *lawn.    Price
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth Sl. and Royal Ave., almosl an acre.
$2,500
100 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between 7th and Sth avenues.
2 houses corner of
Full sized lot No. 12 on Rojifl
and Sth St. Price $,1050, hlf
balance at 7 % per annum.
Westerly 4, 11 of 03, Sub.
122x132 corner 10U feet square:
ri :houses drawing $2S per montU
S $5,000, half cash, balance in (a
jjj (months.
# I    160 S.E.  Va of Section 26, D|
ri'lO acres,partly cleared; Kanaki
:';;;' running through: good road; o_]
ri north   of   Webster's corner;
y. mill and P.O. at the west cornq
% ber worth $7 per acre: cellar 1
���riU miles    from   Port   Haney,
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, ba^
ranged.
���    Large lot and two cottage)
lumbia street, Sapperton.  Both*
at $10 each.
months at 7 per cent.
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
IBH%J)
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, com-
1 prising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us.   This magnificent property is
1 situated on the comers of Fourth avenue,    First    street    (facing    Queen's
! park-  and  Emory street,  comprising
'in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
I First street at $700 (excepting the cor-
' ner  lot   facing   Fourth     avenue    1111 1
Men ival    and
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12lAgnes;  full sized lot:    city block 31,
[lot 11;    one house rents for $25, the
other $11;   Mush  elosets and  all con-
1  lot No. 24  on  13th.  street  south meted    with    sewers.      Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000,   halance in 6,  12 and IS
months at 7 %.
7 lots Nos. 81 to SO and 95, 95 faces L0tB 14 amj 55 Cl 1 0f fi of 4
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch, ��� (cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
1 lots cleared without a stump; small'cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cenl.
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horso and rig;  $1500 cash.
1 1-2 house, 0 rooms and flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
stree t on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 lier cent. Size of lot 55x105.
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 0 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
1 $60 each
1
I enquiry.
lot.    Fuller   particulars on
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Not only Phonographs, Graphophones
and Victor Talking' Machines can he
purchased at TODD S Music House,
but also the finest Pianos manufactured
in the Dominion of Canada.
NORDHEIMER      DOMINION
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS
J. H. TODD
New Westminster s Music House
Lots  16, 17 ami 20 of 11  of 3. Price
$500 for  three or $175 each;   1-2 cash
Fii.l   . ti-       '...I   ee'   $1000:;   two   tOtS j ba]ance  g  ,���,,���,,,,,  .���   7  ���cr ceDt.
Full sizeel  lol on  Koyal avenue, be-
on Fourth avenue', 12 1-2x120, al $600
per lot; tour lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five iris, $400.   Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 ''iish
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
Of Gilley  road.    $225 per acre.    Acre-
age is selling fast at this price.
No. 808.���-8-roomed House, with bath
room,   etc.;   Agnes   St.      $2,500;   \'i
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of (ith and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms V_! cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 '.,.
Centrally
situation
One and one-half storey soial
full size lot, situated nortii ^
Koyal avenue and corner of McKi
street; 9 rooms; bath room, bi
cold water, closet; woodshed;
bearig fruit trees; streets ont
sides; fine view. Price $1,8*
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between I
and 3rd Ave., second lot fromQNj
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared;
alongside and  back.     Price Ifl
half cash, balance easy at 7 %
150 acres improved land, M
and sheds complete, near Clover^
all under cultivation, $15,009,
can   handle   this, don't  delay;
bargain; terms can be arranged. |
20, $170; N'I
2 iots, 20, 21;   No.
(corner)  $175.
streets.
Durham
HOUSE and LOT
located in a commmanding
Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, Hush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
06x132, with lane in rear; part of lot special price will be made to one
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750. chaBer.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; harn 5fl x 30; stables, etc;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
WTFor  the   above  four
ropefl
House 30x42, 4th St., between
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1i{
bedrooms upstairs, and batl
down stairs; parlor, dining room,
chen and pantry. Full .ciz>"d '^
ning back to Ash St.   Pri�� "
W
Part of lot 200, joins Lake Commur,
about   70  acres,   only  $25  per  acre, j $1,500 cash, balance at $500 P��'
Half cash.    Jump. at 7 per cent.
REAL    ESTATE   BROKERS
Telephone   333
Front Street
Telephone   333
I IrjAY
SEPT
11.  1907-
TTTE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
adies,
15���or
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$10
TIMBER NOTICES.
�����> >��� >����"i_��mi,u,.eu��
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
EASTERBROOK  MILLING CO., Eburne,
OFFER   TWO   PRIZES - First, $15;   second,  $10, for
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the  forthcoming Pro-
cial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IPERIAL   FLOUR -  IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed-all that is necessarv is that the'
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
cQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
koNT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333,
Phone 101
REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
Any available Dominion Lauds within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the lanel is situate.
The homesteader Is required to perform the onditlons conuecteel therewith under one of the following plans:
tl) At least six montbs' residence
u[,on ami cultivation of the laud in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deeeo.seel), of the homestead-)
er resides upon a farm lu the vicinity
o. the land entered for, the require-
uenis as to residence may he satislied
by such person residing wi* the
father or mother.
(2)    If the settler has his permanenl residence upon farming lanl own-
tl ed by him iu the vicinity of his home-
��� stead,   the   requirements   as  to resi-
��� lence may be satisfied   by residence
* ;;eon the said laud.
4      Six mouths' uoi'u.e in writing should
be given to the   Commissioner of Do-
IUlKE NOTIOT. tha lieu;.. M
O'Connor of New Westminster, B.C
occupation timber cruiser, intends to
apply for special timber licenses over
the following described land-, situated in vicinity of Dtane) a.i i Rivers Inlets, New Westminster Land
Districl.  I'.iast  District Range 2.
1. Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of Timber License 11,508, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east
120 cbains, tbence south 40 chains,
thenee west SO chains, thence south
40 chains to i��oini of commencement,
and containing 610 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 2;!, 1907.
2. Commencing at a jvost plauted
40 chains west of the southwest corner of Timber License 11,608, thenoe
e'a.--i si) chains, thence south Se) chaius
thence' w<si sn chains, thenoe north
so chaius to point of commencement,
and   con:.lining    610   acres   more  or
less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
Augusi  23, L907.
:;. Commencing at a post planted
lu chaina  we'st of the' southwest cor
ner of TimlMJr License 11,30'.), tbence ner of Timber License llriOft. tbence
south   i'i   chains,    thence    east   160 north   80   ch..iu...    tbence    west    30
chains, thence nortii  10 Chains thence .hains, thence ^ >atb SO chains, thence
west 160 chains   t > joint of   c im- easl 80 ch iins ���,     olnt of commei   ���-
mencement, and containing 640 acres ment, au.i containing 640 acres more
more or less.
H.  M   O'CONNOR.
August 23   1907
li. Commencing al ;i post plan i i
so eh.iins ,vi'- ... . .����� southwest corner     of     Timber   License     11,609,
or less.
li. M. ov )NNOR.
August ri., ;.. 17
27. Commencing a: a posl  planted
210 chains wesl of the southwest cor-
uor of Timber License 11,509, tbence
ihence .-ourii so chaius, theuce west north    SO    chains,    thence    cast   80
SO  chaius,     thence  nortb  SO  chains, chains, tbence soutu 80 chains, thence
thence east    so chains    to poiut  of west SO chains to poiut. of commence-
commencement,   anel  containing   640 ment, and containing 640 acres more
acres more or less. i>r less.
II. M. O'CONNO... H. M   O'CONNOR.
August 2:1, 1907. August 23, 1907.
i
15, Commencing at a post planted 28. Commencing
SO chaius west and 4e) chains aout.i
of the southwest, corner of Timber
License 11,509, thence south 40 chain*
ihe'nce east 160 chains, theuce uorth
In chains, theme west 160 ehains to
point  of  commencement,  and    con>
terniing iiio aires more or h'ss.
H.  M.  O'CONNOR.
August  23, 1907.
16. Commencing at ;i post planted
SO cbains wesi and so chaius south
of the southwest corner of rimber
License    11,509,    thence    south    SO
���
���
License 11,608   thence chains, thence enst so ohalns, thence
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia  Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF HEAT
*
to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at $10
* , per acre for Boft coal and $20 for an-
e   thracite.     Not more than   320 acres
can be acquired by one individual or
company.    Royalty at the rate of ten
C6nts per ton of 2.000 pounds shall be
"ollected on the gross output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized
''���' -   a lv ' " .ement    wi
ner of Timber
south 80 ehains, thence west SO
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence
east 80 chain;, lo poini of commencement, and containing 640 acres more
or less.
II.   M    O'CONNOR.
August  23, 1907.
l. Commencing  at  a  post planted
lo chains west of the southwest corner ofTimber License  11,508, thence
, north     SO     chains,     thence   west   SO
chains, thence south s<i chains, theuce
thence west 80
of commencement;
640 acres  more or
O'CONNOR.
north so chains
chains tei polnl
and    containing
less.
11. M.
August 2:'.. 1907.
17. Commencing al a post planted
so clieeins west, ami so chains south
of the' southwest corner of Timber
License 11..".09, thence south S"
chains, thence west SO chains, thence
north 80 chains, thenci' east so chains
���
���
���
Ij
���
���
���
���
���
east se) chains to point of commence-  to i)oint of commencement, and con-
in.'in. ami containing 640 acres more  taining 640 acres more or less.
,������ it,ss. H. M. O'CONNOR.
for.
In the  Matter   or"   the "Trustees   and
Executors Act," and in the Matter
of the Estate of Augustus William
Lundbom, Deceased.
All persons heaving any claims or demands against the estate of Augustus
H.  M,  O'CONNOR.
August   23,  1907.
5. Commencing at a post planted
160 chains nortii of the northwest
corner of Timber License. 11,508,
thence   west   IO chains,   thence  south
mbllcation of! so cliains.    thence    wesl   ri chains,
1 not be paid   thence  south   It)  chains,  thence east
80 chains, thence north 120 chaius to
 point of commencem Mil, and containing 640 acre's more or 1 iss.
If.  M.  O'CONNOR.
Augusi  2:'., 1007.
6. Commencing  al
160 chains north of
August
1907.
al a iio.st planted
160 ciiains norih anel SO chains > is!
of the northwest corner of Timber
License 11,508, thence uorth SO chains
thence easi 80 chains, thence south
so chains,  thence  west SO cliains to
point of commencement, and containing 610 acr��'s more or le*.
H.   M   OVONNOU.
August 2:;. 1907.
2'.'. Commencing at n posl planted
iiiii chains north and so chains east
of the northwest corner of Timber
License 11,508, thence south in chains
thence east L20 eiuitis, thence north
set ciiains, thence wesl 40 chains,
thence smith 40 chains, thence west
80 chains to point of commencement,
and containing til') acre's mon. or
less.
11.  M.  O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907,
30. Commencing at a post planted
120 chains north and in chatns east
of lln- northwest corner of Timher
License 11,508, thence south to chains
ihence east 160 cliains, thonev north
40 chains, thence west 160 chains to
point of commencement, anel containing 640 acres more or h'ss.
II.  M. O'CONNOR
IS. Commencing at a post, planted! AuS<ist 23, 190,.
160 chains west and SO chains south 31- Commencing from a post plaut-
of the southwest corner of Timber ��d af the southeast corner of Timber
License 11,509, thence nortii si) eli,iins License 11,508, thence norlh 120
thence wesl. 80 chains, thence BOUth chains, thence eas! 60 chains, theuce
80 chains, thence east SO chains to south 91 chains more or less to shore
point of commencement, and con- j of West Arm of Draney's inlet;
tainlng 640 acres more or less. thence  southwesterly along shore  to
August 23,
li.
.17.
O'C INNOR.
19, Commencing ai a post planted
j 160 chains west, ami  SO chains south
a  post planted of  the  southwesi   corner of Timber
thi'    northwest. License 11,509, thence south 80 chains
corner   of    Timber     License   11,508,   thenoe west SO chains, thence north
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1. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers  in  AU Kinds ot
|umber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
-umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
loyal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Wleiiam Lundbom late ot Surrey Cen-J thence east 80 chains,  thence south I SO chains,    thence east SO chains to
I tre, British Columbia, deceased,   are I 40 chains,    thence    west  40 chains, point of commencement, and contain-
hereby requied  to  file  with the uu-j thence south SO chains, thence west   ins 640 acres more or less.
dersigned their names and addresses  in chains, thence north 120 chains to; 11. M. O'CONNOR,
and full particulars   of their   claims, tpoint  of    commencement, and  con-     August 23, 1907.
md the nature of the securities (If tainlng 640 acreB more or less,
any)  held by, them, duly verified, on | h. m. O'CONNOR
oi- before the 21st   day    of   August,1
point  of  commencement,  and    containing Olo acres more or less.
H. M, O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
:ri. Commencing from a post planted at the northeast comer of Timher
License 11,509, thence south 40 chains
thence west 80 cliains, lh nce south
lo chains, thence east 12 > chains,
thence north SO chains more or less
to shore of West. Arm of Dreiuey's inlet;   theuce   westerly   alone;   shore to
August
1907
1907.
Notice is hereby given that after the
said date the executors will proceed to
distribute the said estate anion,'.-!, the
parties entitled thereto, having regard
<enly to the chiims of which they shall
then have hail notice, and they will
not he liable for the proceeds of the
estate, or any part thereof, so distributed tei anj person of whose claim
they hail not notice at the time ,,'. distribution thereof.
[Sated this 24th day of July, 1907.
F. \V.  HOW AV
Solicitor for
I point of commencement,    and   con
20. Commencing at a posi planted talulng ,;|I1 .im,s m,m, 01. [e88
���10 chains west and 80 chains He.uth ,,   M   O'CONNOR.
[of the southwest  corner of Timber     August 23, 1907.
I    7. Commencing  al   a  post  planted License 11,509, thence north 80 chains ]
160   chains  north of    the  northwest  thence west so chains, thence south
j corner  of    Timber    License    11,508,  go  chains,  Ihence east 80  chains  te)
thence'north su ohalns, thence west point of commencement, and contaln-
80   chains,   ihence   Bouth  so  chains,  jng (j-io acres more or less.
33. Commencing trom a post plant
ed   10 chains easl   of
northeast
thence east SO chains to point of j
commencement, and containing G40 ,
ai res more or less.
11.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 22.  1907.
8. Commencing at   a   posl   planted!
160  chains  norlh  of   the'  n irthwest
corner of    Timber    License    11,508,
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 22. 1907.
21. Commencing at a post planted
210 chains west and SO chains south
of the southwest corner of Timber
License 11,509, thence south SO chains
thence west so cliains, thence north
80 chains.  Ihence   east  SO  chains  to
for John McKenzie aud John   thenr
���i'   nor
li sn chains, thence east point of commencement, and contain-
Churchland,
estate,
executors   of   above
LAND  REGISTrSif  ACT,
TAKE NOTICE that application ' i
been made to register Margaret Robson as the owner In Foe Simple, under
SO chains,    thence  south sn cnains.
thence   wesl    so chain-    to point of ]
commencement,   and containing  640
acres more or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
9. Commencing  at   a post  planted
ing ii io acres mor" or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
August. 23, 1907.
22. Commencing .'it  a  post  planted
BULLETIN
Sreat Northern Railway
iCft ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
���P"w AND RETURN
Expo-
Seattle.
Tickets on sale Sept. 11, 12, 13, account Lime,
sit.on.    Return  Limit.   Ninety  Day*
v"ve rate Is from New Westminster; ?60 fr
Same rates apply to Duluth; proportionately lo* rates from
Washington and Oregon points Rate to Chicago: %,b.,n
Leow rates t��� Omaha, Kansas City,    St. Louis,    nnb  many
other  Eastern  points.
ODDFELLOWS'   MEETING.   ELAINE,   WASH..     Sept.
5 th
Round trip fare 51.50, children 75c. Special train leavea
��� w Westminster at 6:45 p. m.; arrives at Blaine 7:45 p.
o. Returning leaves Blaine 2:00 a. m.i arrives Westm:n-
lood for return passage Sept. Oth.
sr 3:00 a.
leaves
m.    Tickets
Phone 194.
VV. A. ROSS, Assistant Genera
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Pass.  Agt., Seattle,  Wash
a Tax Sal- Deed from The Corpora- 240 chains north of Lie' northwest
tlon of the Township or District of corner of Timber License 11,508,
Surrey, to Margarel Robson, bearing thence north 80 chain-, thence west
date the Tth day of November, A D.,  M) chains,    ihence  wuth so chains,
thence easl su chains to poinl of commencement, ami containing 640 acres
more or less.
li, M. O'CONNOR.
August 2:'., 1907.
L0. Commencing al a posl planted
'Mo chain.- north of the northwesl
corner of Timber License 11,608,
thence aorth so ohalns, thence easi
80 chains, theni a - mth so chains,
thence wesl su chains tee point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or les:.,
II. M. O'CONNOR.
Augusi 2:;. 1907.
11. Commencing at a posl planteei
2oo chains aorth and so cuius west
i of  the'northwesl  corner of  Timber
i License Ll,608,thenoe south so chains,
thence west 80 chains, thenoe north
'SO chains,    theme east 80 chains to
point   of   commencement,   and     containing 840 acres  more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August. 23,  1907.
12. Conimencing at. a post planted
1 290 chain;] north and SO chains west
! of  the   norlh west   corner  of  Timber
ting '
DVERTISE IN THE   NEWS1,;.:,
i;nii of all and singular that cerl iin
parcel or tract 'ef land and premises
witu ii... lying and being in the District
of New Westminster, in the Province'
of British Columbia, mor,. particularly
known and described ns lot 7. subdivision or Northwesl quarter ol Section
19, Township 2.
You and each or yon are required
to contesi the (laim of the tax purchaser wilhin forty-five days from
the date of the flrsl publication of
this notice upon you, otherwise I shall
register Margaret Robson, as owner
thereof In fee, And I hereby direel
thnt publication tor thirty days in a
daily newspaper published at New',
Westminster "fif this notice will be
good and sufficient service' thereof,
Dated nt. the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of Hriiish
Columbia, this 1Srh day of .Inly, A.D.,
1907.
C.  S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Fredrick Throssell and H. Burton. .
All persons served with this nonce,!
and those claiming through or under
them,  and  all persons  claiming any j
Interest In the said land hy virtue of
any unregistered  Instrument, and all j
persons claiming any  interest ln the
said  land  by  descent,  whose title Is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Laml Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and Uebnrred from set-1
ting up any claim to or in respect of
aid land so sold for taxes as pro-j
b.v the "Land Registrj; Act."
lir. chains east and 20 chains BOUth timber
of the south end of Goose Bay in Riv- <
ers Inlet, ilu'iice north So ohalns,
thence west SO chains, thence south |
sn chains, thence east, SO chain:, to I
point <>f commencement, nnd contain- e
lng oi" acres more or less.
11.  M. O'CONNOR,     e
August 2:i, 1907. j
2::. Commencing a;  a posl  planted >
115 chains east  and 20 chains south
or the- seeiilh I'll 1 of (loose Bay ill Riv- i
ers  Inlet,    thence   south so chains,
thence wesl so chain-, thenoe north !
so chains, thence easl  81 chains to
point of commencemenl, and containing 64Q acres more or less,
II.   M.  O'CONNOR.
Augusi 2::, 1907.
24. Conimencing  at   a   pus:   planted
or, chains easi and 2" ohalns south of
the south end of Goose Bay in Rivers
Inlet, thence south 84 chains, thence
west 100 chains, thence north 01
chains, thenoe east loo chains to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acre3 more or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
August 2"., 1907.
27.. Commencing at a post planted
66 chains east and 20 chains south of
the south end of Goose Bay in Rivers
Inlet, thence west 100 chaius, thence
north SO chains, thence east 20 chains
more or less to shore of Goose Bay; |
thence southerly, easterly, and north- I
easterly  around  shore  of    bay to a
corner of Timber License Use1''.',
thence south 80 ciiains, ihence east
so chains, thence nortii si chains,
more or less, to shore of West Arm
of Dralney's Inlet; thence westerly
along shore to point of commencemenl., and containing 640 acres more
or  less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
August 2.'1, 1907.
DISTRICT OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TAKE NOTICE thai I, .I. P.Thompson,    of    New    Westminster,   It.   C,
io apply  for special
over    the   following
cruiser,  Intend
licenses
described lands;
1. Conimencing al a pus' set on
the south bank of Cypress Croek^
about three and a half miles west
from Silver Creek, which runs into
Harrison Lake; thence north eighty
cliains,    wesl  etghty  chains,    south
eighty  chains.  ;wiil east  eight]   chaius
to point of commeltrcement.
.1.  P.  THUMPS l.\.
2. Commencing at a post se: on
ih" south bank of Cypress Creek
aboul three and ft half miles west
from Silver Creek, which runs into
Harrison   Lake;    thence   west   eighty
chains, south forty chains, east one
hundred and sixty chains, north forty
ehains, and west eighty chains to
point  of  commencement.
J. P. TIIOMP.riJ.V
2. Commencing at a post set ou the
railway belt line distant about six
mile's north of the nortii shore of Harrison Lake; thence west eighty
chains, south eighty chains, east
eighty chains, and north eighty chains
io point of commencement.
.1.  P. THOMPSON.
New  Westminster, B. C,
August Kith, 1907.
Uce&se 11,508,thence north SO chains
thence wesl 80 chains, thenee south; .,olnt nnrth of post.  tlience soutu 80 j   "flee'Phone 1S5.
chains more or les3 to point of com- i
mencement, and containing 040 acr?s j
more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 22, 1907.
2i'.. Commencing at a post planted !
2 I'i chains west of the fouthwest cor- 1
Westminster
Transfer Co.
SO chains, tlience east. Si) chains to
point of commencement, and containing 010 nc.res more or less.
H.  M. U'CONNUR.
August 22, 1907.
13. Commencing nt  tt  post  planted
80 chains west of tie' southwest cor-
Haro 'Pbone 137
Columbia St.
flaggnge delivered
anrt of the city.
promptly to %ny
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offlvo���Tram 0��uot
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
SEp.
Fire!
Fire!
Protecl  your home and your business against loss by FIRE
I   am  agent   for   Guardian Assurance  Co.,  Ltd,  if  London,  Eng
security $12,90S,S70;     Mercantile   Fire   Insurance.   Co.,   Ltd..
$18,G12,24r,;     and   the   Sovereign   Fire  Assurance  Co.,   Ltd-
$2,000,000.
security
security
VOLCANIC ERUPTION
RAGES IN ALASKA |
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WJ.KERR
Indians and Whites Terrified
By Showers of Sand ���
Darkness at Mid-day.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
REAL   ESTATE, INSURANCE, AUCTIONEER.
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We have a full sized lot in a good location,
$6000.   This ri the host buy on t   h" Btreet,
Bell for
BURNABY
100 acres on North Arm Roael a l $150 per acre,
cheap at $250 per acre.
This    would    he
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J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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School Opening
THIS WEEK we are busy making it interesting
for the School Children, with opening up
| school   Supplies
NEXT WEEK the School Children will be busy
making it interesting for us.
J J. J. MAC KAY y COS
BOOKSELLERS        STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS
We, the undersigned, Reed Manufacturing Co. of Newark, New
York, DO HEREBY CERTIFY that Bryson <�� Sons of New
Westminster lias au agency for REED'S patent ANTl-
RUSTING    TINWARE.
\v. hereby warrant anl puarantee ageiinst rusl each and
every piece of our Anti-R'isting Tinware- Should any be returned rusted ni nny time, ve guarantee to replace Bame with
new goods, free of charge.
In witn. ss where if, we have hereunto affixed our eor-
[Seal]       porate Beal  and  signHure this 3rd day of June, 1907.
REED   MANUFACTURING  COMPANY
BRYSON &
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
SONS
AGENTS
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Just Received:
Carload of
BRIQUETTES
Volcanic eruptions, accompanied
', hy terrific electric storms anil slight
: seismic disturbances, occurring on
', September 1, threw the entire population, consisting of whites anl natives.
. living among the Aleutian islands, into a suite of terror for several hours,
while ti ns of grey-black sand and
ashes fell upon the land as far ns the
eye could reach-
A difference of opinion pervades
among those living among the islands'
as to which volcano was in eruption
to the southwest of Dutch Harbor
Si.nit of the Inhabitants of thai vil-.IJ
lage : re of the opinion that the erup- ,j
tion was from Mt- Makushin, situated
i some twenty miles to the southwesi
Of Dutch Harbor. Others an' of tin
opinion tht It was from one of the
volcanoes situated on I'mnak Islan 1.
still  further to the southwest.
When the hail of ashes descended
upon Dutch Harbor lhe    inhabitants,
Indian   and     white  alike,   fled     from
| iheir homes in unfeigned terror. Many
. of the unlives ran shrieking through
j the village streets, screaming out  ai
i the top of their voices that the world
, ! S_
was   aboul   to   come  to  an   end.    Ah   B
1 efforts to  tj ii i 11  the natives were fu-  ,���,
e tile-     Squaws     wailed    and    chanted   j��|
; their  death  songs,  while the  braves
stood mutely by and waited for what
I they  knew  not.
The tiist intimation of the eruption ]
I came  shortly .after 4 o'clock,  when a
j slight quivering of the earth was foi-,
j lowed  by heavy detonations-   Shortly I
, afterward   heavy   black   clouds    were i
1 seen tar to the southward, and it was |
i thought at first by the inhabitants ofi
; Dutch  Harbor that it was merely an
i electric    storm    approaching.      Such
[storms being unusual in this latitude, e
: it   was   commented   upon-     Gradually
;' the black pall crept up over the sur-
' rounding mountains and  then it was |
' that  people were first mystified, then '.
, terrorized   to   discover   liny   particles
of sane! tailing about the houses and !
' upon   the  streets.    No  deserts mark ,
I the  wastes of those islands and the j
people familiar with the surrounding
j country knew only too well from what j
; source came the same.
By 5 o'clock the village was in dark [
ness- Some of the more- optimistic ,'
screwed up enough courage to light
; their house lamps, only to join the
i congregation which had colected about
the streets where they remained until driven under cover by the downfall
of ashes.
The (;ill of ashes a.ong the islands
and in Uualaska and Dutch Harbor
lasted lar into the night ,and ceased
only when a strong wind from the
southward blew tne cloud off to sea-
Residents of Dutch Harbor and Un-
alasfca state tliat the present eruption
was by lar the worst ever experienced
since white people first invaded tbe
land, oi so far as has been recorded.
Old Russians say that for years .Makushin has been smoking, but that
no serious disturbances has occurred.
Had the fall of ashes not ceased, it
was planned to .abandon the two villages. Other than extereme fright, on
the part of the inhabitants no serious
damage was sustained by either town.
Fall Millinery Opeii]
Wednesday, Sept. li
and    ALLOWING   DAYS
Cream
Separator
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feccco:>>>>>>>>:��::o>::co>>>>xw j
spite of the Postal Telegraph company's statement that it will never
submit to arbitration-
What transpired at the conference
between Goinpers and Small could not
be learned; nor was any information
forthcoming as to whether Commissioner of Labor Neill, who is in New
York, had any pari in the conference'
But it is known that Mr- Compels
brought with him a plan to end the
strike-
"We are only awaiting the meeting
of the Western Dnion executive board
next Tuesday," they said, "even if
they don't come to terms before then,
they surely will then- We have the
utmost confidnce in the outcome of
that meeting and believe it means for
us a great victory."
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ln announcing this grand opening of Select Pattern Hats an. J
linery Novelties, we do so with confidence that it wi;, ecllpjji
our previous successes in millinery displays. Enlarged spacei
enable us to show everything to the best advantage- We take J
opportunity of inviting every woman in this city and vicinity to if
our millinery department on this occasion, and become familir
our new arrangements.
Opening Displays in Every Department
We have almost completed our alterations,  and  en  Wednesday!
will  take pleasure in showing our visitors every portion of our I
larged store.    By this da'e we will be showing our entire
Jackets,  Skirts,  Blouses,   Dress Goods.  Neckwear,  Kid Gloves, Ei.|
I
W. S. COLLISTER & C
THE  STORE  FOR  HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
0
247 Columbia Street,
New Westmii
ADVERTISE  IN  THE NEI
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
iGilley Bros, iu!
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TELEGRAPHERS  THINK
STRIKE IS NEARLY OVER
New York. Sept. 10���Samuel Ccmp-
ers, president of the American Fed-
eration of Labor, came on to New
York from Washington yesterday,
held a long secret consultation with
President Samuel .1. Small of the commercial telegraphers' union, and as a
resull of his visit it was confidently
announced that the great telegraph
strike will have ended before the
week's end-
So firmly convinced of this are the
strikers that they have suspend^
plans for the bazaar which was to be
held at Tammany hall for the raising
of a $25,000 sustenance fund- And
iheir   conviction   did   not    waver    in
City Voters' List
Notice is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1907 has
been completed, and that the same
may be seen nt 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 Oily cleric within the time
hereinbefore speciiri 1.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Clerk':, office, City Hall,
New Westminster. Aug, 20, lao'f.
TWO GOOD BUYS
Royal Ave., lot, well situated        $800, easy terms
Fifth Ave., lot 99x99, splendidly situated,
$800, easy terms
THIS PROPERTY WILL MAKE YOU MONEY
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Fall Shoes
For Men
THE man who has a little time to spare
enjoy spending that time looking throil
the splendid stocks of "All America" Sho
now assembled here.
We have just received many new lines
handsome Shoes from abroad, and there ai|
large collections of splendidly made America'
Shoes, many of which are cut from materia)
specially selected, thus enabling us to gua
antee every pair. All are in select, refinj
styles, and they are handsome and exclusiv
shapes that will be appreciated by we
dressed men.
These Shoes are sold only in this city by
W. E. Sinclair
The Reliable Shoe Man

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