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 Ihite. Snties & Co.
mJf ,sS^-**-Ct**
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
N2TW  '���'>   *-    ���
K;S1.AY    "/I i :.,MP.H.R  17.  *&��8
' .\ ���    ,   :��� v     - .'OPY.
���    &^i' Jam couwauN arrives
1  ..,_,��� ,,i_ni.fTHV    mw,lw utnc tmuv FDflM \l_\i ft ^
b WELL CONDUCTED
i..'
! City
��� ..,-ntof
. ..se.
Bellingham     Man    Rescued     After    I
Perilous Experience���Five  Companions  M.ssmg.
..  :.-  lata,    Wn.        Se,.:.    ll..     1
: and almost dead trom exposu
oJ| after having helplessl.   drifted  aboul
lour '...? e and three nis i. - In ., >-. at
. --..i launch in the turbulent tides
Dm Quit ei Georgia, lames Staph
I irked  up   lasl   nighl  by   Captain
son ol ihe tug Nellie 6
Wild-eyed, almost starred and��   ���
Occidental hotel j . , ... .     ,
::.- water, Staples was a pitiable sigh:
ilaiinmond lol    , ,, , ,.     .,  ���.    _.     ,.
. .._frf  the   Nellie S      He
:...-. ;in
....-    held
Mayor
ere present
.  .      xownsend,
be ma \m mwm
Eminent   r-Vgi culturd  Expert* Will   Spend  Short Time in
City    Ti ip Through Richmond and Delta This Mori*
ins    Personnel of the Visiting C  mmission
Is a Striking One.
NNim attHUn^.: uffign uNUMBtt
���    is boiw m m   lfl SS10W H A 4 .p.
H:gh   Class   Magazines Preps,
.���trated   Articles Dealing
A tl* Wefttir  i_t�� r's History.
,    we 	
��� ee,
...   the t"a<-
1 AQXlt. - (xOvemOV    1 -inismuir
Notifies Officials That B.C.
Will Have an Exhibit.
t- '^^___________B
| rhe i niy     question
the alt
n the
(an"    since    the
a.i. in.:de. Sum-
made, however,
lie applicati��n was granted.
License Fees.
.... I  the  resolution
j,.. 11    adopted    at    the
lay with reference to
ostponement of the question   and
).._ || , lealt with by ihe
(. ,: b C. Municipalities before
action is taken by the city coiin-
if, Townsend complained that    it
i-:\ mouths for the city
.,;; ��� i givi an answer to. their
on He thought the
ell ha I been >��� '���':��� lax in their
irer, aud now had shelved it for
liber six  months,    lt   seemed    to
     were Beared io handle
| ���   . ther,
b:. Newton Brown asked    for    In-
(nat thi action of the niuni-
:   could  affect   the  licenses
|-: ��� cause the    city    was
i  special  charter,
i . ��� xplalned that the exe-
|'/.    -      aion were meeting   the
ll   Victoria   iy   Qcto-i
the annual meeting in
: vember,  in  coniectionj
|h i bi cause   it    was |
eed thai  the liiuiiicipa.i-
.'   control of   the    11-
eir districts, but
ni i ��� .���-������ nl licenses
i io be a disturbing
i .   -... inlclpalitlea pos-
- : powers in others, and
that a change should
thstandlng that    this
i passed there was
council, if be un-
atlmem    ol certain
I council aright    that
I Ol   mi  n ..iu..    the
F to   a   certain   extent,
t the com-
l recomi ��� a led, should
Th     S��
i-   .  .:    I
���
^ :-
Jain'1 ���   hnstone,
coining. I** B"vey*rt
i
J.P..  a  l'i   ���  '   ���
....
I \ . Hue, ei.,   .i,,,,... ,
1 hotel '     , ... . . i
lng water. Staples was a pitiable sigh
iond to ' ,v .1.   a    ,i when owl , h   v" ���*'��� ' ',! '" '
when imlled aboard the Nellie S,    He *-">> lencee   ��
ue8Uon  had  not   tasted   fbod   or  wat��   sine '  ""' ! '���       Westmin-  x"' ' "    '    ;" Vai ver;   Thi   Ottt&OBl   ot Vnic
em*��? tour o'clock Satartay morning. ���� '  - ���        '     '   '���   '. , and Canada V^ ot Wm-tpei
^   H     Mystery surrounds ,l,e live men wlio ''>o visit,- '      ''-".V '       ' V        -'", rtliteU,     Ct titese *��.<**
,hpl ��� ���   ...  _Kn���,   it, presidentc i.   .   ..     >...-,. ty, T.!*a" a ! " ;'   '    ";    "   s'"';i  ���*** , ,-     _,    ,    i
Jculta  ��� 0    Ireland    I ' "'���;lv *''     enrerth. to Hie *
!    iroved by  ihe fact tha        "
. ���      _        ��� .   ������!. ihe province ������!
��� -    tl magazine*,    eai
...
' ","1'  ******    - vteka-.          v .
"   eernlng itriiUh Columbia will acci
in<li!     ies   and  vpbouivi -     ��� ....        ..   in   ;\v.   \
���.     and  distrii i     The    threi s                        ���    ���            -'���'���,'
. ..aid liefore ihe ministiA  ,<   once, and
it is expected tbe Canadian province
^^^^^^^^^^ Ife-       will . il   palace of  its
president of the R  A   & I  society   T I ***   *                   '        '*  Sw,,i^   ��* *          ''"" ^         ' ^^  "   """'
.��.��-_-                                    !Tmm   v         '       "               .,-    i,-.-                 ���       oi    an�� '       ��0�� or indim^^to the tvork     the accoviteance made by British O
o'clock   hMday   evening,     bound    for J. T����^                      -   ���������   - ��**                                                      ( ^.^ ^W^ M80C^ UttMt is the firat to come from a fa
No,-:,, iteach. Orcas island.   He onlj         -      '                   -*         Jto ^             eign county,   ft xvas impossible tor
remembers the name of one man, De-  couvai  "'���'                   <     e St,            ,,,.<.���,��� euppiyw* hkjb. oi         the exposition anthortties to ektettd ah
Briu.  of  Seattle,   who  owns a  home!Andrews and Caledonian society, and^ j**^      ���*                          ^    . , '* P'^""* wllkh ^i'1 be Usfed  oiTl,,i.��� hnitanon r<1 t-n,viun Wttntries
near North Beach                                                                                                                *   """    "n nn       rec or of Scott s i ;... .... nM of ^ tllree at,ove n.smpd | ���n1jl (-011��rrpss   passed   an   appvopria-
At about il o'clock Staples says the ^^^^^^^^ ���1,��
party landed at North Beach, and
headed by De.Britt, went over a trail
to the latter's home, a short distance
The trail was lost and they wandered
around until about 4 o'clock Saturday
morning.     All   ate  breakfast ihe i *�� '-" :18" ilT-^______________________________________________________________________________	
five num  left  in  ;l sail   boat.    That      The oommls.loa.    which    number* ��i  I       ���;���",���"           ,          ,,���           .   ,	
was the last Staples saw o, heard ot twent)-tWo, comes out under the ����\    R. B. Orelfl, P. R  S. E., has   been ���� '"  J" mag.s_.ne.   with    V****\^ the ex���osWon_
the men    At 8 o'clock Saturday mm ii- i'i<-l's of  the  respective governments Fordyce lecturei   Vberdeen university ��l��*lrawd  cover design,    ah  artrae,    pvpHniinan. PX1,,oi,a,i0n wort    bis
-    Uo examine agricultural conditions in  since   1.903     Lecturer on agriculture. ',,;"lua  with  Kim"��  lasers memor-1         ^^ ^ ^ nambet Ot foreign cotih-
tlie.   Oninlnion     Thei,-   unit   is under' Aberdeen and Neuli of Scotland Agri- ��:)]" .i'"��'np^ <<* the coast will be con-                        ********aam**nmmWL_ ..t_,���^ Q,
direction of E.  Blake RoberUwn, cultural college since 1904, secretary trlbuled by K  0   8. Scholefleld. pro-
 ' *��� im.rii.mi-l.,1*  the departmental    committee    ap-  vlnciftl Itbrartan at Victoria, who will
.(.-a.i���,a__ in !,;�� atmv  a number   of
..l\siei,��    ......a -
left in Staples' launch at aboul six
o'clock Frida:. evening, bound for
North Beach, Orcae island.    He only
'    ne   couvea  nu;. '     '   ���'   {-vl,.M  Br<uln.
, Lome Andrew, and Caled- ****** ��J Dun        Airector oi Scottish
'the   ineotun *J�� (h;,nib(M  ol ^uRure, was a-mem-
Vancouver,    Richmond    an     Centra   . (_  oM,i(, s��� ;,.., ,,,,���.���,ai com
Park, and arrange I th.   visit after ;i;ii  (fi  ,,������   and t0
had  been praoUcall)  decided to E*"j ,,. ,     Mr  Duniop has been
up tae  Royal City, *��#������� t<nant tarmi    ol  Midland, near   B��
tact thai the oommisslone, ol lmmi  | M,   Dunlop wa8 the Wg^a
gratlon. Bruce Walk.  .   iromtaed thre   - ^ ^ ;, r(),,.,..,.am.
d pictures winch will  nc- use,.  om,.ia, hnilation  rn  i""=*s"
,,,t of the three shove hamed until r,^^  passed  an W**-**
- ��.. ��� r ::j;;;::r.rir::���t:
i,.    th*   ��-ana,la   West   ante,.    ^*   ^fett<sail goverttmeftt    Since the
B ,    . ng  furnislied by the hoard    ot ^ of ���lp appropriation Mil and
the inauguration ot federal -work the
Godettrath,    editor    of   the __ ,���,���,_, hn. s:\ven official re-
t^t farmer ol Midland  n^rn^, ^^    ^   of   ,���p ��                   ^^ ^^ offlclal r,_
"������*���   V     '      2 VV.:,'" I'   , Z Z  West,. i So '. will next month issue ��jj���� !* ���^^ fl ���f'^",a1 ��
weeks^ at leaatsli hours here.       |l��  " '          '   ~ '   "����"      , iimon Eraser*^fWaledi- ^ w forei,n countries to Hun
m Vommis-ioa.   which    numberJ.creamti.  u ., ���      ��� - -
ins Staples says he left North Beach
on the return trip to Bellingham alone.
He had traveled about a mile when
the engine broke. The tide was run
ning heavily and he began to drift
Meantime he was busy trying to tix
the engine, bul it was in such shape
that he could do not bins. As soon
as he saw that lie was helpless he began tO shout  for help, but nobody was
near to hear his cries,    lie was car
rled rapidly seaward  and  was Boon  in
the throes of the choppy seas ()f the
! _;nif of Georgia,
MANY GRAINS OF SHOT
REMOVED FROM MAN'S FACE
,,���. airecuon ��.  -  "������������������   "       .        |,.f ,he departmental    committee
a88l8t    ,   superintends^ ot ^^\^ ��� .,,, board of agriculture to
ti0n' P'Tnarlmen   W, �� and cross- fnvestlgati   Useaee ot sheep  member
W*lt expe,i���ie.l..l   .   "��� | _f Aer!puUm.al    Education
eJ 0Ver .ui Tuesdax   to Victoria,
,,.-' of .omi. ll ol   Vi :. ultural
"  ".I;',    Vancouver yesterday. association     He  was   term   manager
turning to vancouvei .>
ap. | vlnclal librarian at Victoria, who will
introduce in his story a number of
extracts from hitherto unpublished
letters  of  the  daring   voyageur of    a
eenturj ago
Today's Program. at   Oarlevsle,   Saskatchewan,    during
,    T      \t erilflfi   of the B.  1W8  and   1894;   nnd was  fanning     ��
aShHS^irK'' ���,.  ,s, am,   ,S,���
heen uouc m _.
triee. Special envoys have visited all
the iniiiovtant continental centers and
Ihe Asiatic countries. The British gov-
einiitem is strongly impressed hy the
advantage of exploiting the count vies
on the Pacific const under British Ao
-'���*"���-*-     British
��� the disposal ol the reception c���
in    living the Hotel Vancouve
Ti^ a.m. tho cat    will   lake   th-i
party to Bbunn and Steveston,,     he
.     i. ,|,  ol  the    Rich tm hirgng
L trict   will  -- inspecled, and < ���
L �� of an hour will be spent a
Sir John R. 0. Sinclair. Bart.. D.S.O.,
pWM i,  acres in Caithnesshltti. He
nerved with distinction during the
South African war, and holds num.
public office
'o-urge   A.   Ferguson   holda   rarms
near  Blgin.    Mr   Ferguson    is    best
Se i Island,   l''i"m
ii,.  w 1   be  spent. I"   ii*-.n    .-,*-	
sJ. '>������--���������y-jr:.::
will cross lo l.ailne, on thi
arriving  al    '" :;" ilM1
iii,. commli  ion   11*
Sonoma,'
To uiB.1
automobiles wW
" ' ������"";:;;:::���:.: :;;;,::::::;- , - -
'  '"'   ,.;,'��� '������.���. ,  will published a nut ���        '	
Picking m.o part) ol ��
drive   to   Udners  to -  W||||tm   Barber.   M.A..   J.t��.,   '      '
"    "'"���        ,       ,Bt.,rn to the city by  graduate ln arts ot Glasgow un   -     |
^^'""������^'^   ,���   he car. I  thi   peac,   to.  lh.  ;'"
road, lunch    elng   ah n on t P ^  Ki,,;( ,���lllll,.h..
 't,mem,al  ' '. , .of the West of Scotland agricul
      ;"���; �� tc   i   oollege,  bei  ofJ,    Dum
he brWg'   I  "!t eavl Westminster fri8sshire   Uheral   assoclaUon.     Mr.
md the pa.      '��� ���"   " .  nd Barber farms his owu lands of  tei
l���  ,-������e ... catch  the   - j renW m,v.,..|1 tlill tarms, en
,    i���   lardlnewill receive the visitors
'   ,, he city., as Ms   ��W
S""1' ,..,*.. Vancouvi;     on ex-
1h obliged   " ld8n) ftnd
hlhitlon business     m<   i"
Isecretai
i   i il:   others.
'   :        " r        I
Distinguished Guests.
Edmonton,  Alta,    Bept.  16.   1*.   A-
Morris.,.,, of Vegrevllle, the Con erva
Live candidate in Lhe federal COnStltll.
enC) ���,- Victoria was the victim ol a
footing accident on Labor Daj CH ���
three grains of shot were removed
.,���,��� hi, face, one of which pene rated
flangerouslj near the left eye. Mr.
Morrison waa oui duck shooting on the
Ward   ���.���arm,   ten   m ���'' ���   northwe       ol
i.;1,,���, accompanied I , the hlrei '
Morrison and the man wen- seperated
a considerable dUtance  although  dl
,  ,    h ntdirectU   opposite each  other  when    a
! commended, "h"1,a I,,.,...,.  ,,',-   shot   struck   Morrison   In
' '' "' ''l"' ''W ani��n the head The charge had almost spent
I                    U ���u'y ';i '   '''   1:''  '"l Itself "
;., ion ;,'.i them, as  *
''���  ''"'  feC'"",,-,!,.  the resolution  of the council   was
.   mayor) was not at  "'<-
\ fObablj ll  was "vt,1'!:llJl,|,tLicense mspector's  Report.
' '      '""'"" ""''    chief of Police Mcintosh   reported
i     . by Us  follows:
,     -i  ,.,..  I,, report    'uat    smi-*-    h	
��� graduated       '  "��� -    ' .      of u,���  board,  c,utiira1ists   an��   -   ���������                      k
eeaniuhle   ar \ last Quarts. > ��� .., m,    ����                        ,                   Many  who
^   ii^bttTondutrin   ar ier- ^ake Boberi
���' j        ,���   ������      The    Occidental    hotel      ba
I tt.) manner    The ^ncted  , , wilkie
��� -���. Jf^MiS^! ''i>'""      " -���   !
,, rownaend rtised hj  Mr. MtcM I
lctlon   ot    the  nee;.-1 will, im   '��� .,, ,,sf, honorary seer tary.
f u-hat     --I hav.- today (Sept. 15) i "���-,���'
'      ' '"   ,   ' ;.        ..;  ... all    ���"    ���'
'"'  "'      ' ,,       ed     Tbe repon   hody
���  ���'was adopted. ,     .
man-  totb-   chairman
Mcintosh said there were less intra __
               1.'       of me 8 1.,   observance   -                        ^ ........ing ter
��� Thur..   were   f'"**-' :    '       ���      ' .     MM     fib".'."11
.....Hdd  perhaps   i.i.  tban ,,,:,ie;l       ���    ^    ���,   .,,,���. ��� fwi     - ^3^
ldatl0M     ���     vou,,!,,,.,^ on  tne.s reels.     II ^    ^    drtUlll   ^, ,
a board of trade, letj -^ ^^ ReornS. .from the J���g t-   J-
iU. well raise,, the   eoestUm   ;>��� ^������"�����* **��
Jn  being  allowed   ID  sell   papers   ��   emplovin,- over  (WW
��   rl"   I,  should be stin.P"" ���" "'
:,.     Hotei   POOP!,   ^oii.d   in,    * ' ..   K;n,em,��r. and  n,,ii-
n,;;gu mto bar rooms at a ��� ' ' ^ ^ adrntn^atlvs,h-��,
Oolnnilsstoaears Ja��isn ��*d k  Wright,  F. R. * ������
,anowl��,,ge.   The mayi, . ^     wj ,���:ll  coUege. ��>���� and
,lU..  ���. s.e  the license    taken "f'   l;r"rtor ��f    '! college;
*.::::;���:::��� .;��������;: -::;,���::,*;:r'.;^-r
^ ���'���:::::.y ��� ��� <&zs��sr>z��
a��� |)erlffl(lu��8 m farm fj^j^gwi
______________________________________l^r. vv e.'t'^
[whoiesal...   saies   bv   ^    ^'^ ,.    ,e
.lisiliieries would entail ��� a0t
dale  horses.    His Stud  ol   Clyd.       ���
la the la.,-     1" the north, the
,.      running   bo   nearly   forty who
The Octobei  number of WrttwardImmtoB  an'*  vvil! encourage
*    '        ��������   ����an I Columbia i  Yukon  TeiiHovy  and other
districts io make a ing represBhtft**,
I'mh Chittfl aii'l .lapan have shown
a friendly spirit toward the exposition
imi official arrangements \m\�� hoi ,!- ���
made tor participation  in the    iWb
fair.    Local   inp:nif>=..    tuid    Chlhese
nieiehaiits have  laid  Hie  ei-oun-lwoiU
ie.  ekhlbltB I rein their tSOUtttfies, and
it is certain thnt the Orient will nial.e
i good Showing.
British . Columbia's acceptance ot the
exposition invitation Is expected to be
  ..y foi mal action ol oilier tot-
I n distrii ts "... -i nniiiber id' bnild-
Ings tot loreian displays may be An
In   ortaht features of tbe exposition.
Ho!  will  deal extensively witn the
Westminster exhibition, special  fnetli
ties foi the gathering of material having bei n premised that publication.
ATHlETIt AWUTION
Will NUT OPPOSE VISIT
If  Western   Tour  of Capitals Matures
Westminster  Can  Play  in  Spite
of  Amateur Status.
The 13   i     Amateur Athletic aBSOclS
linn will raise no trouble II Weetmiu
" i  i'1-i b lhe Capitals, in  any other
..ii professional team ai the com
! Ibltlon.    Au    the Tecumsehs
mei  hist   night to decide  Whether they
would challenge tm the Mint" cup, a
wire is expected today on the Bttti
jeel The lacrosse committee meets
tonight to decide whether t,. wire ���"
tahce of the Capitals' offer or ttOl
is    11 anged Ofl Tuesday.
C.  A.  Welsh,  malinger of  the dub.
I HUH MM HIM NOW
SMMI1 INDISPOSED
Medical   Adviser  Warns  Him to Take
Pest���May Cancel His Canadian
Engagements.
tending ifl all to about : ores
j   M.   Hodge  was a  menib' r Ol   tin
ft< lartflieni committee   appointed   by
-' y     G'.ss Denmafk, 1904, and  to Ireland. 1906.                      m���w m ^p[hPr p.  n             ^ ___  _
DI.ilnflU.snadOu.rta. J��                   ^puntion  with    I.r. ��� ;       p               t We9tffliflster to de-            , ;���   ,.������������ Sl(l,���-day  Ho-
^     '     ���', ...., .     ...   M.iMiu of the reports   -Item- ��J               ������  ,,,, f���,  the Wjl          .  -. ��. fact that  Lotd
"": .. m fn8  i��� Denmark." afld "The  ^'V," , ,nn,,   ,e ex I to pla3  the.	
cUtnra                          .   >   ,    , ...            ,���,,.,   .        In     Ireland         ' ,          ,	
��� In the iri b a.d Oanim B1airgowrie    He ha.
No deliuiie statenient has been  re
ceived   '���' as to Lord Stratheona's visit
 i' tin- Provincial Kxhibitioti, nor
hns Mayor Keary received a reply
from the High t'onitnissionei in re-
to his cable of Saturday. However, in view of the fan that Lord
Strathcona   wSs  forbidden  to sail to
ii   . esi nt at the Canadian fdanufac
.
.: ndai
\I        Brown
hing more definite
...il	
I
111.ml    to    take    re
.. , nuncil'a action.
.r.king  on  an ob-
.i,-    worship    that
���    ,   ,   qtowd    were
i.id In that, commia-
,1  said it
the law
r than either.
!   to   the expres-
,. the bv.:  coun-
. Min ctess were
Hi    Hked when he
. .   lieensees  .
. i  i,  was one of the
airp. ��� .    in
/Vilkia   IP.,   .,   e:. mt farni-
,,   lirsctor
... com
unv.   of   Dundee,   Sfcotl ind,
^^^^^*aaammmj
��� i r in Blairgowrie    He has
a,, active  j.;..1 Iu the developn-vi.   .,'
unit.    (��� allure.     Ile     cnaMtgeS     SI  '
... in l'i i thshi. ��� .   ��� . - ee, , ...   and
... 11,1,,., ttl the Malrge ��� i
;   tray (fruitgrowers' assoolattcm,
James  Keith  is a  tenant  fan	
i i.��� ������ iu \i,.-"i' enshlre, He  ��������� als i
proplielor  of   S00     aflttW.     Mr.   Keith
, MRL5E   HATCHERY
in OO. in   ...
turers  meeting  ai   Toronto,  there i-1
__^^^_ tome doubt  whether he will be a le
_______________________��� _B_J___H
^^^^^H travel.     Ili-
IS now   PULL  up   LoTjdttH)  .,���.   ���,���!,,, ,,,   physician,  Sir
.Tiioii,..    Qarlow,    has    prevented   his
v;   Sept. 16.-Repo      .    ���..    .     , , ,,,   ,,���.   ,,,n,l(ia   M   tlll,
'    ln   Ul"   rfk""11 .  ,:      SI      i'nomas  is  somewhat
trict, - tr. the DominKn. ...    miii (.   ,    s,,,uh(,iml..
���       that  there   hast deafn<?ss ,;111,    ;ii.  ro<w<m
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���     -i �����v tern run of sockeye sal-   ',."o*,'-'.ssum   Ol   a   g����   si&n*"   **   JJ
devious |=;,  veijargi  run^^  mn^.\^Wa  yacht  was ^ntering^ Co^
is 8  ineinuei  u. t,.                                                  mason.    Thomas   wb��*w"��. ordsblps  yaeio   �����          .
���nmUwtofls                                  n """   J"; ', (hir,��� ta, ,be hn-ichc-y m s(��������� Unrt *��.   The family lKje
Harry   Hope  IS a   >"">""   fi" "'       " ''"      / t.Z^  with gOOlWe r��� ������,���ce him to UM a period of rest
���  ,���L of   Kox.e-rgh's  mmttM     *���   IllW   ��P  '" ^.'"'      .'" . ^M.  eggs "   '  .^.e. which Sir Thomas Rarlow
pr ol
the
he
      town.    Con-
men's    words
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ik,    i-orit'.niu.d     his
would Inform
keepers,
The    mayor
ini ini.ii '���'���
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Mr
think there wot
'vs * town   .'uring  hi-   looable Qe��_��e
:mi--i-ion.
tniniv   inn*-  ,
proprietors were  ���.��!*   �� "**
., ! I'I 1 ���
At  tie- Decen   -     -
. ..    . i-.v e__H   ,.m canon I
.    .... ive and[n;,al licensing is
perlments on ra m ***���-> nes
ll0d���oed from Cto*��* *^
of oats, now wide lyjpo an m ^
*'���   WrW,t.1S-io5:   Dairy":
P1(.ischn.ai... a    BoOK ol; Agrf,
llU,hor of "Revision rf^ts
culture":  ^i^KSn.! snb-
. the   an-1 on  agricultural  and  wt�� l(lia
i res*.
,he Duke ��f itoxie.rgh's esta-    near
,(mllpar.      Mr.    rtope    .onest^l
 nlles ot Moray and Nairn ...    ��
l.^ervative Interest  at  the    8^
plw.���on of 1901',.   He is a mem, r <
the   -reriitorial   Army   association   M
Haddingtonshire.
j  M   McHutchen Dobbie is a tenant
farmer in Mld;U.thia,i.   He also fan-
h,9 own property of    DaafltOOt,    *��
acres, In Peebles-shlre.   He Is a vice
esldent of the Dalkeith A^^a
socletv.   Mr. McHutchen Dobbie takes
a .eadtog part in the administrate; �� ,
county affairs.    He was a ���emM.
the commission to Ireland in taut).
,hT   Carlaw  Martin. LL.D.. alumnu
of Edinburgh university and medallls
in   economics;   honorary   doctor
laws, St. Andrews:  is editor of     '
ee     Advertiser,    principal    Soojtlah
newspaper of Liberal politics   i,u.    ��
important organ of agricultural affile was a member of the two conin.
,,, i,. Hi can'ic tv  won ^""..      k, niiim-i- ....I  ..��.��,
g�� �����  Sijil  i.m.m ***>L Me***, Which Sir Thomas itatlow
(Continued  cn Page  rour.l
Elections Date Fixed
Ottawa, Sept. 16. -J
Parliament dissolved to-'
day. The date of the Federal elections was fixed for
Monday, Oct. 26; nominations to be on Monday,
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in t'e. building in splendid condition, ^ , ^ jlnpfiralive
nml bv next April it is expected tfcttl A nwssage in re.p,Vi ��� expected to
the most . uccessfi.l year in fhe his- ; ,ho n(XXt f<>w (]._vs .,.. ,hat if neceSgary
tory of tbe cannery will be able to L^ .,n.;insements may be made,
be reported. |i<)lh for )he unveiiing of the FraseT
The   weather   at   Lakelse bas heen  ���,���������������.���, ttd the opening ot the ex-
very fine this month, tbe thermometer, ���.,.,���,.._ (m Tuesday week.
going as high n% 1(>& depress at. mid-	
���'-V--   Off on Holiday.
������> Ottawa, Sept. 16.���The governor-
������������t general eft last night for the northwest on a fortnight's holiday trip. He
will camp out and will be looked after by a detachment of the Northwest
mounted police.
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Ladies: Do you need skirts, blouses,
knitted or muslin underwear, hosiery, furs, ribbons, pillow tops, etc.
There is still time to buy them at a
great .saving'. During the big sale
at the White House you have been
offered more bargains than were
ever before offered in B. C. Why ?
When Mr. A. W. Lewis, of Lewis
Bros. & Co., was given orders to
dispose of the stock he fully realized that prices must be cut to lower
than the actual cost. That the public appreciated these price-cuts is
proven by the many bundles leaving the store and the increasing-
empty spaces in the previously
well filled shelves.
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��� You have been promis- ���
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l ed a saving of from 30 J
| to 60 cents on the dol- ���
| lar. The price-tag tells. ���
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Ladies' Blouses
Lawns.   Linens.   Cambrics,   Mulls. Silks. Etc., in  Latest Patterns.
Every Blouse in the Store
Up to $1.50. now   65c
Every  Blouse valued up to 52.00.  now    :.;
Va ue up to $3.00. now   $-.45
Value up to $3.50. now . . . .fn. $1 75
Va'ue up to S-L50, now $2.35
Va.iae  up to $5.00.  now $2.75
Va1.: up to $7.50. row
.$3.95
To-day is Special Underwear Day. Bear this in
mind; it will save you
money.
THE PAIL T NEWS.
THURSDi.
iPTEM
LAST WEEK
OF
White House
Readjustment
SALE
3+~
Mrs   A.J. Birtch
Mrs. A. J. Birtch
Lewis Bros. & Co. have
four days more in which
to dispose of the remainder of the White House
stock. From now on merciless price-shattering will
be the order of the day.
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TO-DAY
(Wednesday) is to be Special Underwear Day. Every piece of Underwear
in the store will be on sale at closing
out prices. Effort will be made to
dispose of the remainder of the underwear in one day. This does not mean
that nothing else is on sale. Positively
everything is on sale and must be
disposed of before the coming Saturday night.
BALOON WRECK SPOILED     I
GERMAN EMPEROR'S PLANS
���������i.     The     -:. ������;.,;   an,_
emprese   we  ���   Informed   by   wire  of
the s    I l-nt.
Dir :j(   Gas   Bag   R pped   Open     by |
BriKe-i     Rod ��� Crt��     Escapes
W trout   Sericus   I" jnes.
ii. rlin, Sept   IS���The great dlrlg
balloon   Parseval  was  wrecked today
en route to Potsdam, where it w*s to
be Inspected by the emperor and   em-
press.
The Mp airship wa? goiu.s along
smooth); when a rod broke and ripped
a greal hole in tne monster gas bag.
The balloon qulcklj collapsed, bnt its
stre.!! slse made it Impossible for all
the gas to ru8b oui at once, and the
descent waa broken to some degree
by the gas that remained in the
halloo 11.
The wreck alighted on th.> root of a
villa near Qrunewald forest. Major
Parseval, the Inventor; Captain Kepler, the machinist, and the chaffeur,
were In the balloon and all escaped
Witb minor : nilses.
The   lamage to   th 1   ship   ean be
Jose, King of Singers
������ In Monday evening the people of
Westminster will have the opportunity
of witnessing something in the musical line far superior to the usual
offering when Richard .lose with his
company come to the opera b >use for
a one night engagement
Richard jMe nee is no Introduction
to tht' general public. Anv one who
has a Victor machine does not consider their list of records complete I
without .loses "Silver Threads Among
the .la-id." -Hello Brandon," "When
Vou and 1 were Young, Maggie." etc. 1
Jose sings as no other hat or will.
Criticism or comparison are of no
importance. Then, are other singers
different, even perhaps greater, judged i
by musical standards, but none in
thla day and generation who can ren-
der the ballads of the heart is does
.lose.
SUBSCRIPTIONS  COMING   IN
FOR  FRASER CENTENNIAL
The Following donations have be n
received so far towards the dollar
subscription collection for the Simon
Praser centennial fund. The News
will acknowledge anj Ben! to Exhibition Manager, rare of City Hall, aud
a separate account ��wll] be opened at
one of the banks Donations wlll be
welcome at once as the monument is
already ordered.
Duke of Norfolk   $'..00
.Miss Praser (Hamilton)   1.00
R. l_. Gosnell    1.00
E. S. Peters (Fraser Lake)   1.00
A.  G.  McKay      1.00
\Y.  H   Keary   1.00
G.   A.  Praser 1.00
Simon Praser 1,00
.ludge  Howay    1.00
Mrs. Howay 100
A. \v. McLeod 1.00
H. Ia. Kdmonds   iqq
.V. J. Whiteside    1.00
Aid. Shiles    1.00
Aid.   Fader       1 00
Mrs. K. J. Fader    1 00
Miss A. J. Ashby     t 00
Aid. Johnston       ,  1 qq
Mrs. J. J. Johnston   1 00
\V. A. Duncan    1 dq
T.  H.  Wilson   i.i>o
MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the Postmaster-General, **ill be re*-
colved at Ottawa nntll noon on Friday,
the Second October, for Lhe collection
of letter., on a proposed contract for
four years, from the proposed Street
Letter Boxes in the City of New Westminster, from the Postruaster-Gen-
eral's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed Contract may be seen ami blank
forms of Tender may be obtained at
Post Offices of New Westminster and
Sapperton and at tahe office Of the
Post Office Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Poet Office Inspector.
Poot Office Inspector's Office. Vancouver, B.C, 21st August,  190$,
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue
PHONE 37a
BOVVCLL A ODDY, Proprietor*
mbeb
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I
When, beginning Friday^ Se^
we undertook to close out the "
tire stock of Mrs. A. .j. pirt|
well known store, few thought 1
possible. We admit, it seemed'
stupendous task, but in model
merchandising,slashed selling pjj J
have made all things possible, ff
the past 9 days the goods have J
the store in almost wholesale qdl
tities. However, many of the bej
bargains still remain. We hal
only four days more in which I
dispose of what is left, but onl
prices will accomplish the desiri
end. i
Lewis Bros*. & qm
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Ladies' Skirts
Cheviots,   Broadcloths.   Worsteds.    Vo.ies.    Pa--, us     '��� sunaj
tiana, Etc., Etc.
Regular $3.00, now .
Regular $4.50. now .
Regular $5.00. now .
R*��>-jlar $7.50. now .
Reg.-1;T,- $8.00, now .
Regular $9 50. now .
Regular $10.50, now
Regular $^..00.  now
.*;:
Ladies' and Children's Hose
Two for 25c Valu��    ,	
25c  Value	
35c   Value      *
50c   Value           **
60c   VaTue  	
T5c  Value   	
:::
FLOUR
and FEED
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
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McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT 8TREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEWS . .. . -.SDAY.
SEPTEMBER   17,  1908.
TIIE DAll^
PAGE THREE.
rand Carnival
=OF=
Smoke   Blocks
-
Traffic in        *^IS is ^y 39t^ Birthday
East
ARGAINS!
FOR
TO-DAY
Our fall stock of Fine Tailor-made Garments
has arrived and we are showing the finest range of
Clothing ever seen in the city.
We intend to make TO-DAY a big Suit day.
Prices will be cut on all our suits.
as
Read a Few of Our Leaders
Men'.- Suits, in line imported
tweeds, and worste^g reg_
ular $25.00 to $^00.'Sale
Price ���........, a-.. $18.50
���' '���"lnv; tweed and worsted
���-''' ��� regular $18.50 to
$22.50. Sale price  12.50
-Men's line t tVeed and worsted
suits, regular $12.50 to
sls-     Sale price     8.50
len 3' .ine imported tweed and
. irsted trousers, regular
$5 to 6.50. Sale price...    S-.50
.!��� ���ii'.*. tine tweed and Worsted
trousers, re^ukr 3.50 to
1.50.   Sate priefc-     2��5
.Men's string tweed wirkinf
troft'sers,     regtiRH:   1.75.
S ile price, a pair 75c
ng school suits, reg-
r 3.00.    To clear at..  1.60
e  serge  apd  tweed
. n gulw -1.50 to 0.50.
��� price .....  3.50
strong school shoes, reg-
ir 1.75.   Sale price .... 90c
i.    Reports
n traffii   thn
, losed o ���
Cog. Porl    .rtlm
d <>r the la
wrlii
���endi    n
to   ��� ������
Thi
,., . bul
.... thi
>.,    The
in navi- |0ug jn vjev.
efforts Kpedltiou
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poss.
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ito the
lis   Ll
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James  A. C.lder.
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Saskatchewan ai
.... ..i Cam .    :��� ���
... nn
Manit<        aiver ���
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y to thi
ii tlon v ....      ���   ��� . ent of <
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. muol .
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&   b< ere ifiinj -.   -   ae an ��� -���   i
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FISHING SCHOONER '
BURNED   IN   THE  GULF
Mont .      s       j.,    Ths   Bchoonei
'i.i   Mill*?, i h  fi-i, .>.   ���;..
i.     on   the
banl. al Quen  through a pall i   ���
ins   upset on    hi     toreca stle      i ��� i
Thp . ���      i .;.. .,    and land
ed at Si   Plerri    Miqnelon.    Thi
Mill,-  had  100  quintals    ol    flsh   <,n
board ;     ���  insured.
Thu  Date in History
minimum* powders
i
but THtne is
MlGlcTw POWDER
It la I'urc Wholesome os*d Economical
SOLD IS All. SIZES.
E.W.GILLETT ^!Ta
TO.; ONTO. CM".
BasT*-*.   !_*-wiK-��E_
SEPTEMBER   17.
i-liameni of Uppei  i
��� ���      in  thi   v
of Xi wark,
IS. I -Thi   B   i.-h consul to the B
wi.l,   islands   presented   his
.1  against  the pri
annex ition  of  those    Islande
by the United suites.
A    statue    of    Daniel  Wen   ���
dedicated in Boston with Imposing ceremonies.
The Georgia legislature  :>
a bill excluding negroes I
the jury.
Mackenzie governmenl de-
��� : ��� 1 in the general ell ctlon
1 Canada.
Massachusetts monumeni    dedi-
cated   on   ilie   battlefield   0!
Antietam.
��� aldent Palma presented Iiis
resignation to the Cuban con-
. ���
Selling   Obscene   Pictures.
Brockvllle, Sepi. 16.���Wm. J. Mail-
etti Fred Ledger, and Thomas Collin,
: r, of this town, were arrested here
last nighl and taken to Perth this
morning to stand trial tor Belling ob-
ii . . holographs on postcards d 11
lng thi weei of the fair in thai *<**.*.n
A package of cards were found In
Mallette's place of business.
BAB BOH OF FIFTEEN
SHOOK UP A TOWN
Indian Girl  Killed by Youngster Who
Runs Amuck in Colorado���Posse
Searching  for  Murderer.
Di avei ' ��� ... *-'��� .: L6. In search
Of Frank Howe, a 15 year old Ind
boy, who yesterdaj ^iu>; and kl led
Amee Baker, four years old, while.
riding through the streets of Pagosa
.1 unction, a posse is today searching
the Mils in which the youthful desperado disappeared.
Without a moment's warning the
lad dashed into town on ibe back of
a spirited horse and began to shoot
promiscuously. He shattered windows
with the bullets and drove everybody
from the streets. One of the bullets
struck the young daughter of James
Baker, a mi m -1 of the tribe, and she
fell dead.
8.000 For One Berth.
London, Bept. 16.���The number ol
unemployed in this city was Btrlklngly
illustrated yesterdaj when 8,000 men
uurrdunded and attempted to make
their way Into the hospital which bad
advertised for a porter ai a wag, ol
$4.50 per week and meals. An extra,
,,,., .-,1 0f polic. had to be called out
���...    ���..... order ;*i the crowd.
Men's strong working shirts,
regular 1.Oi).    Sale price., 45c
Men's fine shoes, in box calf
and kid, Goodyear welted,
regular    5.00  and  5 50.
Sale price  $2.95
A simp���Men's strong working
shoes, reg. 3.50 and -10Q,
Sale price '... 1.95
Men's braces, reg. *>*k. Sale
pVice  - ���  25c
Men's slrong forking suits,
reg". :t0.0^    Sale price .. 3.25
Boys" 'braes, reg. 15c. Sale
pru*e  ,r)f-'
Canvas gloves, I pair for 25c
Penman's wool ui lerwear,
reg. L.25.   Sale price.... 75c
Mercelli I orchiefs, reg.
25c.   Sale   10c
Suit cases, reg. 3.50. Sale
price   L45
Self-opening umbrellas, reg.
1.75 a: I 2.00.   Sale price. .90c
im m%* mm +3$
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New Westminster
A Mass Meeting of Westminster Liberals,
and supporters of the party, will be held on
Tuesday, Sept. 22, 1908
AT   8   F. M.
IN
estminster
Clothing Co.
DAVE GROSSMAN, Proprietor
Columbia Street,      -       ���      NewWestminster
Hardman's Hall, MacKenzie Street
For the purpose of electing delegates to the
nominating convention to be held on September 30, 1908.
J. W. MACDONALD, President
W. J. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary
New Westminster Liberal Association.
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SCOTTISH COMMISSION
ARRIVES IN CITY TODAY
(Continued from rage one.)
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
THURSDAY.     SEPTEMBER   17,   1908.
DO  NOT FORGET.
Do noi forget that every Liberal is
required to take his part in the elec-
tlon of delegates ou Tuesday next in
tlie Hardman Hall.
OCTOBER 26th.
According to an announcement from
Ottawa, the general election is to take
place on October 26th. It will be in
order now for the Tory press to say-
that the elections have been sprung
upon the unwary, and unready Bor-
denites who have been in the back
yard for some months calling upon
the occupants of the House to come
out to battle.
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
THE FRASER CENTENN.AL.
According to the Columbian. Mayoi
Keary announces that the Hou.
Richai i .McBride will be the one to
. prill fall the most conspicuous
position in the ceremony of unrolling
the Simon Fraser memorial. The arrangement, i; made, is unfortunate as
no mon offensive man could have
leen introduced for the part, in view
... tact that he and his Government :, re lone all they possibly
mid to ruin the interests of the resident fishermen along the mighty
river named after Simon Fraser.
Homes along the river will feel the
plncb of want this winter on account
of the harrassing of the brawny
fisherman who has been persecuted at
the instance of a native-born son who
first saw the light on its shores, and
who owes his political life to the lirst
step on the first rung of the ladder
given him by the very men he now
crushes under the heel of a law he
knows, If he is a lawyer, is ultra vires,
In so far as the regulations are con-
cerni I. A hostile demonstration of
: she ild nol     �� a    plei ian
���  . unual cell ���
���rati .     .- sure as thi   sun sh :
sucb    a    demonstration will be   witness! I il ..:  ..,    is .  tempted to
erpetrated   i    I      Pn mler.    HI _
      in       on ag   1 he
��� .-   ftiver   mui 3    did    his
conne'i tion
��� ��� in     ;'   .
\ew the Pras
-  will not  toi    ite an;   moi i     il
..   .-        king    pro esl -.
iges  >: ; rogram ar-
t this had b< in Ier-
EXHIBITION  SPACE,
g
Indus      . Build-
: _      :. . :.
the
sun
��� . b ;.��� ���.-. eagei... sought at
$150        These larg - -     .
treas       ��� dm
:     ...       m the Citj    This will
- -* t the that
ian     sides unsafe    :' :
"'-*-' - :.-   ���     *��� irel on.
siona and  with Air  Hodge edued tbe{
reports, "Fanning in Denmark"    and
"The  Revival  of  .Agriculture   in    Ire-
laud.''   In lt'ii; Dr. Carlaw Martin wa.-.
publicly   presented   with   his  portrait,
by Orchardson.
Edward E. Morrison. M. A.,    of    St.
Andrews university; member   of   thej
university court of- St. Andrews and a
large tenant farmer.
R. Shirra Gibb. M.B., CM., is graduate in medicine of Aberdeen   university, director of    the    Highland    and:
Agricultural society and vice-president:
in  1906;   governor  of  the.  Edinburgh'
and East of Scotland college of agriculture.    He  was  a  member of    the
Scottish  agricultural   commission    to
Ireland iu lOi'fi.
Ian A.  Forsyth  is a  tenant farmer
in Ross-shire, secretary of the Ea ter
Ross Farmer's club, and a member of
the council of the  Ross-shire Clydesdale association.
David    A.    Spence,   inspector
valuator  for  the board  of  agrlcull
and  fisheries.    Mr. Spence is oi    ol
ihe largest seed potato grower.- in the
middle region of Scotland. Mr. S] ��� ni
was a member of the Scottish  tgricul-|
riti.11 commission to Denmark in I 104,
and to Ireland in 1906.
John Spier, director ofthe Highland
and Agricultural society; director of
the Scottish chamber of agriculture;
governor of the West of Scotland agricultural college, holds the farm o:
Newton, near Glasgow.
W. Henderson, member of the executive committee of the Scottish
chamber of agriculture, farms Land
mostly arable. Mr. Henderson protests against the exclusion of Canadian cattle from the British market
He is a member of the executive com-;
mittee of the "Free Importation of
Canadian Cattle association."
William Bruce, B.Sc, fellow of the'
Highland and Agricultural society,
director of the Scottish chamber ofl
agriculture, Mr. Bruce is senio. lecturer in agriculture of the Edinburgh
and the East of Scotland college of
agriculture, the principal agricultural
college.
Angus Mackintosh, J.P.. Alumni.- of
Edinburgh university,    is    land man
ager tor the congested districts (Scotland) commissioners, with Immediate
, ��� ���_. of their large estates of Kil-
niuii  and Glendale in Skye.
A. M  Prain is member of the Perthshire  county council,  and  a  member
0f the Scottish  agricultural  commission to Denmark in 1904. and to [rein 1906.
Lord Milner's Visit to Canada.
Ottawa, Sept. 16.���Lord Milner.
former British High Commissioner for
South Africa, who is now on his way
to Canada, expects to be in Ottawa
toward the end of October and will
be entertained by the Canadian Club.
-
"Get the Habit"
Do You
TUMBLE
to the fact that a tumbler Is
a necessity in every home,
and that they are being offered as a special today at The
Fair.
Price today and today only;  55c pei
dozen for 1-3 pint tumblers.
Tne Fair
240 Colum'. ia  Street.
\*-.\v Westminster.
Tomorrow's Special���Six inch tea
plates, white and gold maple leaf patterns, at $1.05 per doren
City Voters' List
Notice Is hereby given that the
. list for the year 1908 has been
������ i. and that the same may be
BeeD at 'ais office for thirty days
(rom th date hereof; and any person
������-,,., shall claim to be added to the
said Voters' List, or any elector who
,-hall desire to have any name erased
therefrom, must prefer his or her re-
quest in writing, signed with his or
her name, and shall deliver or cause
same to be delivered, to the City Clerk
within the time hereinbefore spec!
fied.
W, A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, City  Hall. N'ew
Westminster, Sept. 4, 1908.
A Drop in Prl
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s
Tenders      =���=
Smith's Sodas - 25c per tin
Preserving Peaches, SI crate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals. $1.35 doz
Jelly Jars, - - 50c doz
See those 10-piece Toilet Sots !
we are selling at $2.7-".
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Deliver,
Phone 97.
GROCERS
NOTICE   TO   PLUMBERS.
Tenders are called for the plumb-'
ing of the new    West    End    school
|iouse.      Plans    and     specifications
can    be    seen    at    the    Clty    Hall.,
Ten lers must be made, on form "supplied and  as  noted on Bpeclficatloi -
\ cheque tor l'1 per cent, of value ol
ict must accompany tender, the
same to be forfeited if contractor I
fuses to accept contract. Ten ers i   i
be in the hands  of the secretary  of
the schooPboard not later thin twit >���
noon, Monday 2lst of Septembe . I   -
Lowest nr any tender not m i
accepted.
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretar.
SPICY!
Pure Spices in  1-4 lb. pkgS(
Guaranteed
full strength and weight. Moneyrej
turned if not better than any you hav
Ryall's Drug Store
WE  MEAN   IT
At
[>. O. Box 47 _.       Tel. 55.       Res.  429
Estimates   Submitted.
..^Westminster..
Iron  Works
i
' .'' ��� buy for cash and sell for  the
i same.
Ot       .ADVERTISE       "M
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
If YOU War', a Situation.
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
-Vrought   Iron   Gates,   r-'ences,   Crest-
ings,  Balcony  Railings, ano
Fire   Escapes.
GeneiM. Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
YES;
We Have a Telephone
What _ more v
tlon to  It
'Itl-iii-:' ,     :_
chestnut,
Bile I top
easj -bumin .
have ;. mi
'phone
Bponse.
GILLEY BROS
Offi'-   and Works:
refltt. street,  ���   New Westminster
LIMITED
VICTORY.
THE COLCHEST
nigh; of .   _'> last,
.    -    -   ���'      lashed over the
i ��������� -     -" .--   ���     ������ - ba i . -������-
-       - ....  a   .. .     .   ... --
:      :.- ���'������  ���   sent  to
*..--     ..; r.     R   L.  Borden)
-   ���
' I congratulate, not only you, but
th      ���   ;..le of Col    ��� -*        .-.on    the
magnificent victor;,   which has been i
..-��� cause of good   govern
.it.    You  made a  splendid    light
sa    ��� .  :��� ighl ���   ���-..-. win."
The entire Torj membership ol      ���
House    of    Commons,    through    Mr.
������Whip"   Taylor,  sent   iu    congratulations.
"Conservative members of House
of Commons send hearty congratula-
latiuns on your great victory."
An i Mr George \V. Stuart positively
"did a stunt" In his message of oon-
grat-il.itu:-}   :�����; ib :i.-
The victor) todaj is the beginning
of the end of the vampires who
have been sucking the lif^-blood out
of the honest people of this Canada
of ours.
G. W. STUART.
Mr- Borden and the Federal delegation must now object to being placed
in the same category as G. W. Stuart.
who was Mr. Stanfield's chairman and
who was asked to "hurry up those
two barrels of apples."���Ottawa Free;
Press.
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BB_3BBBBBBBSBS3Se���*2*aSS*2-S2-S IS
Noti
ice
OUR..
'THE        k
UUIE4Stfi&
and $3.50 Shoes
FOR   WOMEN
Just   compare  our "Women's   Shoes   at   ��3.00
$3.50 with   shoes   you 11 find   elsewhere   at   the
price ������ that s all we ash.
an<
same
If oui $3.00 aad $3.50 Sh >
��������������� : coveri d a ( ol v.,- don'i
fall styles are ready an-i we'r
reel  models,
a: not the best for the money that
understand the sho-- business. The
e now showing all the new and cor-
r:ei jiu *���' 11
ujii _.-���.. ���    ������
ITS HC SBlJt'
JTIU-MJI..C'
Notice is hereb]     ���     *    I the Vancouver  Power cum;.any.   Limited, has
:���    isited iii thi       a : Reg b-
...   Clt      .1   N*< vv  V..
Ish   Colum la,  the
and   ��� .-. n teren ���    of the West
min ;��� . ��� ���. ch R -
from a     int at i    near lot nd
.   city block  tour in  the  Citj   of
N'.v.   \V. Bt]      . . A:>  .    -...   I  ,',1  s-
througb    tl      Municipalities    of
Surrey. Helta, Langley, Matsqui and
the townsite of Abbotsford In thi
District  of   New   Westminster,  being!
ne, I wo and three of ;. ���'
raflwaj as shown on the Bald.plan a d
approved and sanctioned by the Chief
ri>tiimission..'r of Lands and Works fo: i t*. Hardman.    A. James    J. M:C ^_'M
the Province of British Columbia
Dater ihis 7th day of August. A. D, .
1908
A. E. BECK.
Solicitor   for  the   Vancouver   Power j
Company Limited.
FOR SALE BY
H11
inn
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street
Tpiic!
11 liu',
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   dnor*   from   Co.   Adam*.   Crocttl"
��H--M"l"^*,,H-i*"i*' v-H"
Ask  tor our Blai ber cut, neat top, Dongola Kid Shoe for $300.
It's a beauty.
our $3.50 Qoodyear weite.i vici Kid Shoes a--e equal   to   the
majority of other makes al $4.50.
The same applies to our
welted Blucher cut Boots.
adies'  $3.50  Velour    Calf.    OOOdyear
Wo are showing a large range of ladies' high cut Patent Leather
Boots, heavy and light soles, al $3.50 a pair.
We want every woman Who   iu   interested   in   moderate   priced
shoes to make this her shoe headquarters.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
, Ladiea Gold Watcnes trom 112.75 u
| Gent!>*men'.. Silver Watch" .,-i
! face, $6.00.
i Gentlemen's Silver Watcnes, don -
| case, $7.50 up.
,  Agent for the celebrated South licun
j Watches, supplied   to    the    Wellman
I Arctic Expedition.    Ul warranted.
|  Chains, Rings, .lewniry. etc.. etc.
,  Watch   repairing;    enarges   reason
i able.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
If you want to enjoy your trip
across the continent���
Travel by the Scenic Railway of
America.
Through Dining Tourist and Firat-
Class  Sleeping Cars.
Eastern Express leaves at 7:15.
Atlantic Express leaves at 17:25.
For further particulars and reserva.
t'ons apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster,
or to E. .1. COYLE,
Asst. Qenl. Pass. Agt.  Vaaoouvor.
���THAT'S OUR
BUSINESS
Eve-y   order   placed   *l1
us    means    a   satisfied c-s'
tomer.
...       CUR WflHK SATISFIES
+       OUR PRICES ARE KlliHT
Rates on -.'
criptton  or q       '���  I**01*
on application.
Jackson & Morrison j
. Daily News Block.
I      New Westminster. P"0��
;|Lh^-h~k-+ *********
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ol
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Wafer!,
Tel.  .13. B.eD   a   c.
NEW  WESTMINSTER- &>���*
er-      t .
T H, SMITH    THE CftSH STORES
ime Grand Bargair
This Week
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'.-��� P
jconten;
-f tto Mora is small proms  and   quick  return,.    W��
.   getaag merchandise  at   bottom   prices.     We nre
.v  .:      profits and v- .. consequence turn our stock over
train
i
A ml
the ' Ai
| for  I
Fred F
plied for
-. . Ton .���
. i.-: i rdaj *
.nl college.
strong on quality-
����
..-:���;,   leave   today
-   i.i. ha-�� ap*
. K3 Inche*
Itor mill ng a . ��� -��� t purposes from
: Bristol-
v... work on
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imed ni ���*.    .'���'"
ept bj theii
: eacb
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Thi   officii ._   :,;.;i'1m .   -���   th<
��� \:  ii   red   >o.toi.1fly    to
Queens    ... -.lie    iilinlnJatraUve
..    business **"iii now
be r. ������ *
���
,i . .
OU
H
ousc
Furnismi
8 wipe '.apesn.   16 Floral
...  ..       ������  -
i ���     ��� v.'-i. tof, 60c i-.i
Make and Lay Free.
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
_-_-.,   _.,,.-_.    ,-Aiiiunii   (TCFFT.   NEW  WESTMINSTER.   B.   C
:. -:  .tores.
For cul an]  lloral work,, .olfl
ring  ip Ti .
I Genuine Bargain in Flannelettes
15c White and Cream Flan-
nelette for  10c yd.
..... of twent.-fivepii   esotseli   ok��n I flan,
',���   Be.,,:::; soft  finish, ale,   thick    ,ua
;      ...;���g or filling whatever.   A splendid line ��UJj
���:: B yard or ten yards :V>'-'   _    _
^^Bargain   in  White   Bed
Spreads.     Regular   $1.50
values for $1.00
. ;   10X4  siz<
florist.   Phone 1S4. *
g   ..,. n Arm,
meycomh whit" onl:
.,���*< for, each	
go ������: dura le Q ie  "
 $',.00
Not n . ���*..-���.  ths <*>o, but to
I ,..'..it.-     T'ao  "IV  C." and ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
pon raw                           ** Monl . .              h< had ootrtplet,    a
Sin, enlngol   the  Prase, raagem-       *vhen ��, rhoma* Be  ��� ���
,riv,v   season  on  Tu sdaj   midnight, nerempto, rvened    Ho l�� som
intheclty.the ,,,,.  ���, . ,,  ta sock what   '������ ' ���'���    '          *���**��   =
���    3a,   ��   ,..,. , ild      ��          '   ������   ��ttW�� ,n"
Ll   :
.    ,,v.  sam. ���    ��� wlnwi. Red       ' "        ���"*
-  ,-- .   colonay. a week or so ago. The famll.
���     ^^_________________________________________________________________
LEE'S BLOCK. COLUMBIA STREET.   NEW  WESTMINSTER,
Oppose  Lcme  Street.      Phone  73. ^f
�� daj	
;.       >B3
..mile
small, the
, nco ��� age
T^nu.ne Bargain in White Blankets.     $4.75  values for
$S.95
l0X4 Canadian blankets, white raisedjool.    Xo
ju -*Ance.
Our regular
reduced the price * i
I
tor this blank, I I.
pair ���
$1.
burrs
Thi-
$3.95
Great Activity in the Ready-to-wear Department
,, somen's taU suits,     ats and separate Bklrts i- no*
e eclipsed'all   '   -      "   "cords   both in   ^  '
'      "     :'   '    ' %     ... ,rbid8 ".. to go into .1 tail
leratlon of price.    --. - r6prOTeuted
.     aJ ^ au that is correel  and  st>lUn la run;
r0��mB" ....$15.00.  $25.00  and  $35.00
P 3 !Ui:    $5.00. $10.00, $20.00 and $25.00
'"'"-'������"' " "       '$750   $10.50  and  $15.00
- -'irts  '     ___
Miss   :..
udinc
ruesl  .
For flrs,
:'    .-ts.    Ti
,    The
\ ., to
...
c-ill.-   I   l(j
t wo t ri p s       i
To . this
an I -.-. i whs        I ��ants
all to bi . -   taught    cadi
evening i the ten, m< i Ing <>n
l-'nni ih s Fourth avi nue   *'
,    The   '   .   ��� ... terday
attei noo, lohn, a Gri i I. flsh.
< rman, wl the age ol ',". after
an   adven I       He spent   hte
earlj   days I rata  a!  the  gold
h The inti mn ni was a, the Church
of England ���*- metery, R< v J W Dun
lop, officiating.
For    -1.     Seven    roomi I    house,
; ;i,:-.   room " -        - ��� '     wood
shed;     ';,"���.--     b, ill,  carriage   house;
trull  trees; ou  I ill  lot    For further
|particulars  -.-   .  to owner, 192 Eighth
street. **
al r   Sl
.
Poui  - lolsts
comi
lhe  Westmin ind tor the series;
of com . i en .      ie
cial i ���    ....
the    and
... s, ..
men  ... baritone,
asa    and
... . iii q .
: lona             loc il   ���   ��� on,    Be
cause addition   ol    oui -
Auaii                 ' and  wl I   be   known
durln     , h,    Provincial Ex
hibition Hand "
hope to Induce him to take I
.   ,   ,    ,.,,���.  which Sir Thoma
,  ,,,i   -:,-     a impera, re   bu,
��� '' :,.     .v.,. ���        .;. S ���������.
, v. ���    . Ij iu. -
. ...;.-���   I'.'.'*-    N'o. or patient* in hos
:.    \....is;   i    n-,    discharged    n
I    adtttitted during  August   81
\.   . i>i   .tl    .-.' .   No. ot   i^"t.-
ii-.itt. treated during \     ��� ��� \
ol hos| -��� al daj ������   I fft8;  No   o	
nii> ca* a    ��� ated in cottage  -,v.
ceived from paying patients, jus   n
,.i patients m hospital S< pi   L8, v.1
The vtStlng  eoniv.
month ve,-.   ��� ....   wing w,  .
appointed   to a��      o     the   easu i .
tth,  M, .-.       Vl  -��� ���   Ktrfe  and
Jones
HOSPITAL MASMitRS Hill.11
MONTHLY BOARD BEETIHO
Institution   Pro^ressfs  Quietly   Dunng
r.st Month���Many Patients Ait
1 i-ratcd at  Royal Columbian
monthlj   meeting
ot the      '  :.
Ai  an    -...  '--    mi!' .";-    "'    ;h'-
l>'"'li1' oclatlon   '^!lMll',>   ,x'"    ��� mantwri ol the Royal Columbian
ing. ii  was decided to t>.a<-<, s repre
i' and Misses' Ready-to-wear Garments in great
variety
sen:... ,...,���  ,-:   -i   bOOth  ill  ill
.iiliiiini iti ii .. illding ni the coming
exhibition when n large iiuantit) of
in>: i ucttve literal ire will be dlsti I
imii'd to ,   .:..-.-    Photographs of In
terOBtltl i. a -   WOII   :is   sols     of
pictures n iiresi utlng the leading   lti
dustrli    ol  the city, wlll '.���- in    f,*n
Bplcuo lona ai I he booth,   Bo\
eral  thousand  picture    postal    curds.
embossed  with  a nea,   stamp calling
| attention io the wo, I. ol the publics^
I assocl ii Ion   ��111 be   ^ven  awaj    free
durln ��� ��� lie fall
Fail Underwear ior Women
li rweaj haa been marl   d through and Is now  ,-
.'ion union, e ��� .  ,''.: standard makes, ,,, lowest pos-
51,23 Boys' All-wool Sweaters and Jerseys for 75c
-1 _.1        I  ....... .: .   I or.
reco d breaker.   Boys
���. , in all wool; .
sweaters    and    Jerse
i 32.    Regular    &1.25,    n tv
.. .75c
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T. M. SMITH
HOME OF THE HAT BEAUTIFUL
Headquarters    for   Women's   Ready-to-Wear
Alfred   S, has     llscoi ered    a
new pesl In a caterpillar that nol onlj
destroys the i] ivea ol trull trees, imt
also ih" fruit, apple trees being the
more Bought after.   The caterpillar is
dark i In       i und bodj.    Mr. Smfther
tin.
states tha es,   leatroyer for the      Ceul  .     Pnrk    an, i I     exhibition  xvmi
"���-���  la coa] oil  sprayed on  the tree opens this evenii ��� r.,���-u in  lu.u.
after sundown. the Furmor's institute building    The
,  rair wil    ii       full    i. In . M'n
im, nnd   . ' daj    tomoi rot..   ��hen   a
... num er ot re ild< nl ��� ol thl; pttj
;    expei ���   | iu   attend     Vn   excep��
,. ! tlonally   good show Ing  of ��ill
be on,, ol lhe featui'i e , -. -���  ���'���
'��� i ion i'ii - yon    I he  il, i��   ,  i ml Ing to
i eclipse anythln ; of ,  i   kind prev lou
Ij   ...i on  al   ' ''���"'' i U   Pa        The i om
| mlttee in charge ot all tii rangements
Ital was held yesterdaj afternoon
in the oai >'. ol trad* room, Jame ���
Cunnlngha ��� hi   ��� lair,   The, e �� ei,
...,.,. ��� ,;   vt.   pearce,
.1    .1    .loui ���     ..un. .    lohn -Ion     n     T
Kl,u. and ecru   ry \\   u   Keary,
Tho accounts for August and the sal
arles foi   Vngnsi and Septembe, were
;  : ii     aj menl     Messrs,    t.iri<
and   Cunningham   were   appointetl   b
commli'.     o pu, ''.;i ������ ito> < ��� toi  '.h(' I
mr, ii a' home.
Tender for Church
fende, i a, e he, ebj call, A to, the
in-,tlon lUr.-oi onlj' ol 8i Uban t
.      ch, Buruab;     Plana and   spa,
i attorn, can I e ���  al offices <if H. *���'.
Settler's   Usoclatlon,    Now  ^estmln
renders to be tn bj six o'clock
Wednesday, Sept   83rd    Lowes,    or
anj tender not necessarlls aco^ptoil
v J, ri-*KUs.
Hon    Sec    Hull.linn  Committee.
Tenders for Peed
I idj  superintendent, Miss Mai
.1      i to  submli here
ent ol loyal Co
-,i  hospital, toi   the month    of
.'���iiii-i ��� will bo received bj tha tin
d&rstgned ap bo Monday, the lim Inst ,
nt :. iMii. for tupplj of Hay, Data and
ttrun to the Corporation to, ono yew
I to    e iioiiM-'i ,i to order    The
iloweal oi  anj  ton.ior bo - iarlls
,, . . /oil
\\      \
Citj  Hall, Sept. I
DUNC VN,
Cltj Cler*
,. 1908,
T'n. have    in-ill
ou cted fi .-1 ion bj the
i iiiton , ial,. w hli '.i commences t<>
pla    ... ... n i>-s on Octob i   '.
hon.-president, Capt,  VV.  A. Johnston,
hon.-vlce lie    officers    ol
A"  it ii . impauies,   Sixth   rcgl
nu -,ii dent H. R. Da> Idson, hon.-
cretarj  ��;.  li. Corbould.    The com
ee are, J. ll. Diamond, J, R, Qrant,
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I Peaches $ 1.0  '
T
will be
urdays.
T
,   |,, . Thursdays and Sat-
H   Wriiiln. has been �� oi king hard for
some time to   gel    everything   Into
hape for the opening thla evening
IrOOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
\P0ST CARDS
ARE  NOW  ON  SALE  AT
IM, MOREY'S   STATIONERY  STORE.
|J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
IF. MACKENZIE'S DRUG  STORE,
Important Notice
The children's bank books which
are to be u .e l in connection *.*. iih the
banking -. tem introduced in the
public Bchoola ihi.^ term arrived in
the city j*ei I irday and will i��. distributed! i tho scholars today. While the
Innovation wlll Inculcate habits uf'
thrift Into the youngsters, 11 wlll also
A CRATE
The Last of the Season
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The plans, profile and estimate ol
cost of the proposed permanent improvement of Columbia street (including a main, trunk sewer, cement
sidewalks and    street    paving)    have
IMPORTANT
When You Are Sick
Commencing VVednesdaj of nexl
week, the Bteamer Strathcona, owned
bj Ironsides, Rennie .v- Caropbeii, will
i uu between Vancouver, w a ' min
and Chilliwack, calling at all way
Ths Btrathconm i i a commodious boai aboul the size of tht
, Itaiiioiia. ami    is    well    lined Uiiou        ? Columbia   ��ireei.        ���������   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
|out, being equipped with electric llghi  t>>itiitit><ta*<t>iiti��**ii*************************X
\ Public Supply Stores GEV���MS
X Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B.  C.
phone 92.
planl ami all other modern Improve-,
ments,   The boai will leave Johnson's
wharf, Vancouver,   on   Sundays   and
j Wednesdays at fl a.m . calling al West
^  minster three hours  later,    Monday
hould have the very best and Thursdays will be the 'lays of de*
N.o-,. we are m>t doctors, pnrture from Chilliwack, the boat leav-
ir.  not] Ing Unit olty al seven o'clock In the
 I.la...,      t
i'i: i-  you
lKs an.i    ��u,xi    . ���*"-,_. | attention. 	
been prepared and placed on view io m .���,,,,,��� ,��� ,���,   ��� s ��^,--. -j���   - ^ |ubJect t<)
the room lately occupied by the school w i|i.(.M.,,������   we    ,,��� ,   ,     ��' ^
board, city hall, where they may be  ���       ^   ^Uiv ������ lhil,    where changi
come in l�� when you want   the __	
inspected    during   office   hours   by ��� .
itrtles interested In this very neoes-  ��e> ,.���,,.,,, ������,���������  this ehan
I. ,,, perate to^brina   aboul    ���
Westminster
Transfer Co
| Office 'Phone 18b.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Haulinf
OFFICE-TRAM DEPOT.
local Improvement.
N. 11. McQUARRIE,
Acting City Clerk-
City  Hall. New  Westmln.'ter, B. C.
AtlgUtt 25   1908.
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings between
NEW WESTMINSTER  and CHILLI
Strathcona   Cannot Travel.
0UI.   duty   H Plainly to   H"!    m.m.i.tuI. Sept, L6,   A l.��nd������ cab:,.
oure-    '!,    S��  the doctor orders,Layil  tha,   Lord Btrathcons   was b
'"" ''"I    ���,,,     aiiaii... tidita wboio'������������.��� to sail tor Canada las. Wed
��*��*!       ���   druiiitis.  1. tested.Le^ay, to b. prmnt ai tb.oprUng
���';���   ,7;;,t;illltI1,th, drills, who is |,,,.,,,,,  r.   m.   A.   ��..��>   meotlu.^
ILl  with    the    BlcU Is   a dlH*|	
E your aexl preseripUon no matte
.'   doctot  writes  It.  and   We  l'""'!-'
;:���:;.,-. ����- - ��-':;;;
. aH to correctneti,   Q-J*"^    ���'""
dea! a   Se   have   btw   twanty-ft*.
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Ever Hear of It?
Lloyd's Auto
Insurance
price.
IfllHllE
J* Newsome & Sons
Pamters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
J99 Sixth Avenue
NewWutminsttr
years in btrfnaM h-Ml ���***
��� _   i< indeed bv our reoprn.   " >
 . wack, t�� '"'. J , t0' pw ro,- your m��4Ww
OiUtag at Hammond. Haney. Langle. | cannot .1^ ^ ^   ()f ^m
Mission and way ports, with passengers  and  freight.
___   irpr    wharf.
Leaves    Brackman & Kfr
New Westminster.  Tuesday., Thur.
day. and Saturday at 8 a  m*
Leaves Chilliwack Wedne.d��r. "i
day snd Sunday at 7 ������ ���*".
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  ��* C'
r. WIIITMOIIF. Secretary.
wt afford to p*..v em ������
wr win .uppiy ���"<fr'-��' ,,rr,u,rM'
CURTIS'
i    DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
|    P.s.-Can giVOOd better valuei   on
LpLucles than other,    We make
l specialty of this lln*
W.). Sparkman
LATE  WITH   J. A.  LEE
BegB tO announce that, he 'H
now ready to undertake all
kinds of upholstering, etc.. etc.,
at the lowest prices, saving by
direct work the middleman's
profit.
All communications addressed
W.J. Sparkman, P.O. City
will meet with
tention.
Immediate   at-
I CAN WRITE YOU A SPECIAL POLICY ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE, PROTECTING YOUR MACHINE AGAINST FIRE, EXPLOSION, LIGHTNING, COLLISION, THEFT OR PILFERAGE,
OF ANY KIND OF DAMAGE. AND IT COVERS NO MATTER
WHERE YOUR MACHINE IS  LOCATED  OR  TRAVELLING.
IT IS THE LATEST IN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE AND I
WILL BE PLEASED TO GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS IF
YOU  CALL. PHONE OR WRITE.
THE RATES ARE EXCEPTIONALLY REASONABLE.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY l^WS.
THLRSDi /
HINDUS BARRED FROM
ENTERING STATES
Authorities of Uncle Sam's
Domains Cannot See Desirable Citizens in Sikhs.
. .    g      .1..      >.    :. L6.���W.  K.
is slstant   si    eti
e and ls
���   the admli
.  ,    .;. . .  of two Hindu B I
..vho attempted to -
Vancouver, "��� C  Th .  were
Ins ���, toi b and
-,   thi   department, cl liming
tion was unjusified.
\v.,., Ier holds that the Hindus are
���;ua; ee . the English language
and  an   unable to do ordinary work.;
F -��� asons    ���   says  they are
undesirable.
The decision says that nearly all
other classes, of British subjects ar,
welcome to this country. The Hindus
are. known as Jamil, 32 years old. an.l
Lallan, 28.
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WHEU YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
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(Maple Leaf Label)
- *SB��
Il the Wet valae, because it is pure, nutritious and very economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
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Laugh and Grow Fat
Tonight is laughing night at the
opera house, when Richards & Prin-
gle's famous minstrels make their annual appearance. Xo minstrel company that plays here is anywhere
near in the running when it comes to
popularity with these dusky entertainers.
The management have made a
radical departure this season and their
program offers many pleasing surprises; hut it is a minstrel show, just
'the same, through and  through.
Clarence Powell, the dean of colored comedians, still leads the fun-
makers, but there are a great many
new faces in the circle this year. The
olio is the most expensive that this j
company have carried in their twenty-
nine years of existence.      * <*
The  seats  are selling  rapidly, and t
as their engagement is limited to one |
performance, a word to the    wise   Is
sufficient.
The stret parade at noon is a special featuie this year.
I
A Convention will be held at Xew
Westminster,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 30, 1908,
(the second day of the Provincial Fair),
in the Hardman Hall, at 2 p. m., for the purpose
of nominating a candidate in the interests of the
Liberal party.
Primary meetings are to be held between the
22nd and 30th of September.
Each district association is entitled to send
one delegate for every fifty voters.
Credentials to be signed by the president and
secretary of the different district associations, or
the chairman and secretary of primary meetings.
t.
J. VV. MacDonald, President,
W. J. Cunningham, Secretary,
ew Westminster Liberal Association.
ELECTION   DATES.
In view ofthe tact that a Dominion
Lion-is to taki  | lace In the
near futun
may lie ol some interact 1
���   News:
Th-.
was       -        Mn 1S72, four
ni,
nd      ���        ��� mbi
-*"-'-      ��������� yeai
:    . months.
Fl .       1874,
:���.  a-.. ��� ��� :��� .  a
ths.
���
��� -      ' -  -  '      ��� 5 and fh
'���        : 5S7, to F -
ai      - ears and nine m
-'*���
eighth from J
tober,
���     -.     . 1900,  1
***'.'- : ;
:
5 for thi
���   ���
year;
All Iron Wringers
With guarantee rol.ers mad,-- of the highest grade Para rubber
We have the wool frames with enclose I cogs In washing machines
*-'    havfe the Knall, Paragon. 20th   Century,    Re-acting,     and    other
makes.   Call and see our lines.
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T. J.  Trapp  &  Co.,  Limited
Desponden
Pe sor
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TAKE
The White Pass
Get-Rich-Quick
Wallingf ord "
A Story of Promotion.      For Pleasure and Profit.
PRICE - . $1.25
and Yukon Route j J.J. MacKay & Co.
>r CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN, ���* *J     ^^   "V_^V_T��
,'tMTr       HAncr        __-*���_ _a ***��*���_��* ��.* _,    W ���
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WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily train* (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcro.s and White Horse,
cna-.r.ta:ning a through winter service.
For information   .pplv to
I-   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,
BOARD OF TRADE-Nov Westminster 1... ard of Trade meets in the
Board Room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thursday of February. May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February Ncwj
rem',ers may |, proposed and
��� ��� ted al any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White, Sec.
Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
Synopsis oi  Canadian   Humeslead
Regulations.
Anj available Dominions lands with-
nadianPacificRai
:
��� ynopsis     of
H9"l-Ii1
in the railway belt in British Colum-      _\ .
Canadian     North-Weit
._   rtc^uiationS.
��� i bi ctlon    ���  i   -
Srttlah c-.
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ilw,
. -.
"< Uiu
.
I ABLE
8KAG .
..  Manitoba,  Saskatch
i Mai. may .��e homesteaded by any person   a I:..
the sole head oi .. family, or  - -'-'  excepting i And 26,  Vancouver
i
E
SE
''��av*i
ROUTE
I Liberal Convention
..aie over lb years oi age, to the   B0. - -   - aa)    " lK"u"
: one-quarter section of 160   ,- - "who Is the sole head of a
I   ii less,                                 :faniiiy, or any male over 1_ years oi ���  :��� -   .
.        .   ,               -    ,   at jag, ���  of one-quarter sec- ^AN.OUVE
,and offlc, for the district in  U -     ���   -ore or let* Prince.
I  :,   for   entry     mu.t la      ���
mad ,   tiie applicant at 81 an
a do:.. : -     *   l-' 'R'-v   ��r   BUb-     Princes.  :
, strict in  which the  cept V. ���
..   Entry by proay may,     VANCOUVER-seatt e
made at an ageni y on
- by the father, moth-
hter, brother or sister of   for Seat!
_   .. mesteadar. On Sun
Ier is rejuired to | er-   :,
- --.cad duties under one
. .:._ plans'
TTLt
land is situate.    Entry by |
may, however. Ve mide on oar-
]tain conditions by the fa her, m    ���
'son, ii.;*.:iinter, brother ...       '.. of an
lnten ling homesteader.
teader Is required to
:        the conditions  connected  there
under    one    of the    following
0UTE
II
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S.S.  rrader =������ ���        l
.
At ...:s- -:\ months' res  li
. and cultivation of the land
, XD year for three  >,a.s. ���         ^ . ^. glx month8. r,,idenc61 Xew          ^                          ....
(2)   If tne father (or mother 11 ���         ,  ;1, ,  ,,;Uvation of the land in      tawSt       ,
father is deceased),    ofthe    he::- , vear for three years.                     nertay                                   '-H
steader resides upon a farm in thc      (gJ   & Eomesteader may, if he so           ' WEST Coast pc
vicinity of the land entered  for. the     .   ��,_��..����. ,-na    r__n,,,r��H    rU_i.'    ���   _ . -  _      '-*'TE.
a Homesteader may, if he 60
leslrefl, perform the required resi-
requirements as to residence may be ^^ duUes by llving 0Q famin>.
sausfied by such person residing v,:ti:   Ja_.. ownv,j   g^y   bv   hlm.   not ]^? ���
than eighty   ibe)   acres in t^t*'
nt, ss iu,
Leau-s  ..
-ii-j
the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his p-erruai*.-
ent residence ui>on f.irming 'and owned by him ia the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice ia writing should
be given to the Commissioner ot Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rentai of ?1 **t a**:-'
.Not more than 2560 acres shall be
'eased to oue individual or company.
the vicinity of his homestead.
and 80th of eacl
7   ��  Mosquito Harbor '_..
J0lnl of each month tor   . .   "
ownership in land will not meet this M. "^-n;
[ports, -oth of each d i nth tor Aim*
Quatsino, Cap, Bo t and way ;<)ai
requirement.
ll.) U the father (or mother, if thi
father is deceased) of a honieuteade:
nas permanent residence on farming
iand owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres In extent, in tJxreI,t
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother,.
(4,    Tae t��rm   -vicinity" In the two
preceding   paragraphs   is   defined    as
A royalty at the rate of five cents per j meaning nut more then nine miles in
'on shall be collect** I    d    the    merchantable coal mined.
W. W.  CORY.
Deputy of the Minister    f fhe Interior
VANCOUVEH-NANAIMO  RoUT[
S. S. Joan
Leavea  Vancouver l       , , J
Laa'es Nam:a��|
: 7 a. ni.
! VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    nasai^O.
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE
S.S. City of Nanaimo,
Leaves Victor g ;   ���   lay 7 a.a
rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves .Nanaimo Batnnlay
', arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
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SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LCDbE. NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held In Oddfeiiews' hail Columbia street, every Mr.-, lay evening
at 8 o'clock.
ine. exclusive <-*' tbe  width ' RIVERS INLET. VAN anda, ll'S.
PTC
Tf  road   a.lowanc.es crossed    in    The' Bl*
measurement. S* s* Queen Clty-
(5) A homesteadei intending t0 Trom Victoria - p.m. every v.-^.
perform his residence duties in ao* {&**��� torm Vancouver 10 a.m. fortt^
���ordance with the above while living !and intermediate point- :::;:
-. parents or on farming land own-   Vancouver Sunday ,.:     *.   .. VicVr.i
ed  by himself must notify the agent   Monday morning, via Ladysmith
for the district of such Intention. NORTHERN B. c   ROUTE
Six months' notice li writing must . S.S. Amur.
be given to the Commissioner of Do'    Leaves Vancouvei   . ,     |.:
minion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention ; every month at 8 p.m.
to apply for patent UP RIVER.
\V   W. CORY. ' Beaver-
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior        From
N.   B.��� L'nautnorizea  rJbllcatlon    f
||  *. O. U. W.���PRASER  LODGE  No.  .
���Meetings the first and third Tues  I
day    in     each     month.        Visiting j
brethren cordially invited to attend  'thi3  advertisement   wih   not   be  paid
Lodge n.om, A. O. V. W. hall. Odd    for.
fellows'   block.  Clarkson   street	
New   Westm
Wednesday and Frida;.
From Chilliwack T
and Saturday.
.OURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at S o'clock, in the small
hai:, (j.i ifellows'   bl
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie N'o. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 j m .. the Lagles'
hall.    C i ������*.    A.
V.'. Pres,;   H. Schofieid, Secretary.
THE   ROYAL   TEMHLARS   OF  TEM
PERANCE  meet   every Wednes���:.*  ,
at  b  o'clock   p.  m.,  in   Oddfellows
hail, Coluoibia str-. *.
JONai OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A3
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and ,
Third  Tuesday of even*  month  In '
K. of i*. ball.   Chief w. Sutneri m I
[?MH|����E|
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO    AND    FROM    ANY
POINTS   IN   THE   OLD   COUNTRT
CAN BE  ARRANGED AT THIS OF
FICE.
Next    sailings   of    the    Empresses
Sept, 4 and 18.
For   reserrti'ien.^
ca'l or addras3
FAX   '
Agent, New '
E.   '
.-.���st. Gen. Fisi    I gi ..:
J.  VV. Ti,
'ieueraj  Suiit-rmt*-' '���     -,.
Mail Service
For  other  dates  and   particulars,
apply to
ED   QOTJLET,
. ' ""^^i        C P R  Agent
O.   0. F.��� Royal  City  Lodge.   No.  3 ,
���Meets   in   Oddfellows'  HaU,   Col-
umbia Street, every Friday evening
at S o'clock.    Visiting brethren will
be    made    welcome.    Q.  K. Gilley,   Eight tWias Every u-.v in th�� Ye*
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, P. G-, record- : BETWEE.N
ing secretary.
WHEN  GOING EAST
.\SK THE TICKET AGENT
l_ TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries        X
have for the pomlng season a very complete line of *
NURSERY   STOCK 1
*'OSE Of COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.-
Red Ruse Degree meets Second ;jnd
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
la K. of P. Hall, Oiimnbla St., ai
H p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday tn each month, same
time and  place.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. arid A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
.No. Hal); L. O. L, No. 1598; Court
Sapperton, .No. 4683, I. O. F ; C. O.
V., Court Westminster, No. 330:
Brotherhood of Ow's. Nest  No. 29;
Minneapolis. $i, Paul
and Chicago
iDls* atched by C. r. R  train tl I li
a.m.; close 6:3".
Sumas and Seattle, v; .: I
dally.
Millside  .No.   1,   dailj
day;   Sapperton   No,   I,       Ij ei��-:
Sunday.    Mails received al --
Dispatched  by  B.  C Electri.
Co., 6:3u a.m.
Vancouver, .No,  I.  dal .
I ���  -   ���...���;:.. Eds '        .'..���-
Vancouver,   No.   3,   ,
! Lake; closes al  I: '  ''
I cept  Sunday.    Ret '  '
at 6:33 p.m.
: Dispatched by 0. P. R. trail
p.m., ruall closes
Calgary and Vane, it
P. R. first mail). Re  in '     '' '
C. P. R. .No. 2, 6:30, all
(o*ea
Make no mistake, but start your orchard richt. by buying from .\
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered  with fumigation,
well as getting acclimated trees.   We have over 800,000 fruit trees and
can  handle your order, no matter what  the size.    If we   have    no
agent in you,- locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prices
NURSERY AND GROUNDS. BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
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FIRE ALARM   BOXES.
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and T��nth "
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's HospKal*
13���Second and Pari* Row.
14���Columbia  and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Quetin's  avenue ai t   SixtJi.
24���._-_..rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth av����ue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and Blighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine VTorks.
3..���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C.P.R.   Station.
42-- Small & Bucklin Mills
THE TRAIN OK FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.I,      ,-,    .
Embodies r..e newest   and best idea-
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE,
and   UJXURY.     It   is   lighted   withl01* Lytton' BXOePt   u
both   electricity   and   gas;   thc   most' Harrison    Hot    Springi
brilliantly    illuminated   train    in   the' Junction. Lytton, Port   I
world.     The   equipment   consists   of | Hanev going oa mor:;:,
private   compartment   cars,   standard      Sapperton,  .No.  2;  MlllsiC
��'.   .��.��.,,   sleepers, luxurious  dining  Coquitlam, daily except  Sun.!,,     -
turn mail received at 1      ' P-0.
Dispatched by carrier 12'00 noon:
Timberland, Strawberry HI I To*
days and Fridays. Retuni mails received Tuesdays and Fri I
AU down river points via V.
except Sunbury.
Sunburry,     Mondays,    v edneSaHui
and Fridays;   leaves 11 a.m.
Dispatched by carrier, i: 13 D. rn.:
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 p. B    _
To southern    points,    dally
Sunday.    Return mail  11 p. O"
Clayton,   Tuesdays and   "
Mondays, Wednesdays ami '
Tynehead,     Wednesdays
days.    Return mall rec:
and Fridays.
Dispatched by G.N.R
Cloverdale,    Nioor
Hazelmere.     Hall's
cord, Dlaine  and
car, reclining chair cars (seats free��
modern day coaches ��nd buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wish
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights 4c.
Arr ..;<���. .ending ������ketrb and daterlptlon mi.
��i��lci-l�� ascertain Nf orinlon free wbetiier iiii
tDTaniinn I. propi! 7 ruler ib hie.   Comnninlea.
Uf'TiJ. '-���    ���'    ���������'   ���I'l.r.en-.a- -
,t_i���r.rt]yr'ir.e..c.;tiul. HANDBOOK oii'i-.t..^
nitTf*. o:.1eet U Boor for feennng MXMU
Pster.:_ ouen through ��lur.n & Co. rauei���
Wftctainotut, will,oatcituvo, lathe
Scientific Amcricam
A hiEdnniclr UJu_itr��t��l week'.r.   ta.!,-.* <���������
t-uliaic- ','. ai.j .- lenUSejourr. ,
Qmkd>:<H��tB �� y**t,n-.t_i.*fc |,r<;.. i,   . ,;iJtj
SmU com, a r ��.����__._....... &V"
ir'ot
.ursd &..'j-
jstariW*
red M;civ"
train,
g.45 &���*'
jekl,  l""'1
let
In   Washington
mints  in easl
B"Dt  Sunrlav.
at    3.30   p.r Return
and Saturd a.   Bora-
aye
Prairie,   V*
and  Bouth   a    ;
,rn   Bta - '5 ���> I   ,
thobso-aY'
SEPTEMBER   17,  IMI.
THE DAI]    s
1      PAGE SEVEN.
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P eicnenpach
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and   RETAIL
pUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
���
e
���
���
Public Meeting
PLAN 10 SETTLE
MORESBY ISLAND
There's no cconornv in buying
"cheap" salt. .At present prices
WINDSOR SALT cost, no
more  than   imported   salt.    It  u
i. B. KENNEDY, Esq., M. P.      !   Chicago Promoter Would In
pure and never cakes.
197 w
Bl	
the
the   Electors  of   New   Westrr.
eral   representative   during t'-.
ty   on   his   work  as
years,  at
I
St. George's Hall
;   Saturday, Sept. 19, at 8 o'clock p. m. j
.   SPEAKERS  WILL  ALSO   ADDRESS  THE   MEETING.
EVERYBODY   WELCOME
'
troduceColony of Farmers i * iu-JIj  .   tnc,   .  cl ���j
-Vanderhoof Coming.      ; �� -   OSt -, tad
| lor Sale ���:- To Rent -:- Etc 1
\ anoonve 3< pi   1<      Cl          mlz -
i of larg< cts o-l lai         Mores WANTED    V soowhouse, state ditnen-
lij  Island .   ,   when     ea  ���-.    I skins, price,    _             Write ft. W.
I., in poses, is conti ii,,.. ite i W., this
the ^ew Westminster Opera House
NEW   WESTMINSTI R,    B. C.
.ndf- the   Auspices of  Ladies' Auxiliary   Royal   Columbian   Hospital.
MONDAY and TUESDAY Nights. Sepi. 28 and 29
PKone 101,
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PKone 101
BEAUTIFUL  MUSICAL FAIRY SPECTACLE
bj John J   Langan, a Chtcag i p *omo-
ter �� ho has been In Vancou..
jiast month.
Mi i,ani an returned toda; Irotn
Moresl ��� tad w ttere he ha
two trai:.- Din- near Skedans ,, on
the noi ,i mid anothi . raci
of -J,"" .. i - in the southei i pan ot
the Isla '	
No ai      remenu will he ma TO RENT   House on Brunette s	
ovi   i,in-ill, according to present erton,  modern,   ��ve    rooms,
FOR   SALE       0 ie   p i. i     driving
... se    will troi  one mile  In 2:30;
. hi ap.      \.!.i ess    "A.    T.,"    News
office
FOR    SALE   One   six   weeks   fn
three year old cow, Add i        \  T.,"
Nov  Of ce
a        Jv "/* i/3 -       ���__      v    _____ O ��   3P-  K \\ ���*-._      r-
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
I     iches throughout Canada and New toundland.  ami   ln   London,   England,
" New York,. Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A General Banking Business Transact>d.
Letters of Credit issued, available wi tl correspondents In all parts of the
World.
I^vlngi Bank Department.     Deposits received in sums of ��1 and upwards,
! Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate)  added
four times a year.
ItdUI Asiets over $168,000,000.00.
V_\V  WESTMINSTER BRANCH ��   D.  BRYMNER.  Manw*-��'
TKe Value of Economy
Many people fail tO save, because ihey do not realise
the Importance of small economies.
The practice, once begun, of laying aside a portion of
your income, no matter how small, every week or month,
will soon become a fixed habit.
The result in a few years will probably surprise, and
certainly   gratify  you.
... a start now by opening an accounl with a de-
<>)' One Dollar or more. We pay interest every
months and return your money any time you -warn
. ..- m0
General   Banking   Business   Conducted.       Collections  are
Promptly and SatisfactO*ily Made. "~~a_.
The -
an - Vlr, Vanderhoot, edltoi    of
i anada t. ��� _i" and    11 mtnent in lm
.: ',1 |i i      \,        co-ope t ate    in
BChen       Mr. Vanderhool  *t
in  \ in    hori -
with Canadian editors.
The settle a to be gecured tor   this
l on   Mo - -      Island  ��      conslal
American and Canadian    ���
$15.    Apply   White,
Columbia streel
Shiles   \   Co.,
i    la understood  that   m i
will be acquired.
more
GOVERNMENT BUYS SITE
FOR CUSTOMS HOUSE
Vancouver, Sept; 16.���A large pro
deal  lias just  been put through
WANTED li a . to retrim, also have
nev. hats and trimmings,   Auckland
and   i ��� ath stri
POR SALE House, stable and two
lots, cleared and fenced, Second
Mp.ii and Tenth avenue; price
reasonable, and terms easy. Also,
two lots adjoining, nearly cleared.
Apply in George Sharp, on the premises.
WANTED Japanese doj attending
school wants work With good tamllj ;
understands cooking; wages. Apply
to P. O. Box 5*6, City.
���
in which several lots Immedtetelj
north of the new post, office building
have become the property of the Dominion government,
The   land   lies   between   the post WANTED���Ladylike young person fot
oftlof ;uvt the    C,  P. R. depot,    lm- \    ught housekeeping    Student at col-
WANTED���Japanese boj or girl for
housework, daily. Hardwlck, St.
Andrew* Btreet,
THE   PIXIES
By W, A. Milne, author of "Alladin," etc. Given by home talenl under
the personal direction of the author.
250���YOUNG  LADIES AND CHILDREN IN CAST��� 250.
AH In grotesque and beautiful otJstumlng, representing Pixies,
Brownies. Goblins, Insects, Monkeys, Pickaninnies, Fairies, Butterflies, Flower Girls, Pages, Amazon   Ghiards, Japanese   Maidens,   Etc,
TWO   HOURS  OF  FUN  AND  FROLIC  IN   FAIRYLAND.
Prices���25c to $1.00    Sale o ens   Thursday   morning,   September
Ryall's Drug Store.
mediate!) across the alley from t.he
former, ll " - owned for a number
of years h. '�� I tt. Di J, M. Letevre,
but some tin e ago "as purchased bj
Messrs. F. C, Wade, Henrj Ridley aud
C. T. Dunbar. They were the vendors
to the government, which paid $75,000
in rush. The site will be used for a
OUStOms bouse.
lege in return  for hoard  would be
acceptable.    P. O. Box 667. City.
FOR    SAl.te ���Motor    munch;    well-
found aud fast; seats fourteen passengers.   Apply to Motor . Box   M.,
New Westminster.
IMPERIAL CONFERENCE
TO SETTLE HINDU QUESTION
: C*sO*0^*0*0*��C0*0<K.4C#C*0a>004O*O*O*0��0*0O*C��0*C*C*O��0
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA       I New Westminster Opera House j
( Opital and Reserve Incorporated Total A *..������'���
$8,290,000 ,869 $47,400,000
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
FRIDAY,  SEPT.  25
THE   SEASON'S   EVENT !
H.   H    FRAZEE'S  PIQUANT  MUSICAL   MIXTURE
\
London, Sept. 16.���It 18 staled ill
well Informed circle*, thai the gravity
of the Hindu <,iie->tlon in the Transvaal 1- causing the renewal of a demand for an Imperial conference
aea] wiiii the whole question
\.i���!ir immigration   throughoul
empire'
WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms;  must ibe moderate;    near
bridge preferred Applj Posl Office
Box 732
to
the
N'ew Westminster Branch.     F. B. LYLE,   Mgf.
ISLE   OP   SPICES
'ennsylvania
��lacksmltlls,
COAL
Boo    ii.
ated ai; I   'tui-
���The QlngerbrdJ.
Jerome
d Lyrics by Allen Lowe and George E. Stoddard.   Elabor-
lified by Frederick Ituukin.    author   of    "Happyland,"
1   Man."  etc.    Music  by  Paul    Schindler    and    Hen
J.TRAVERS mt?.
i
. An   business  in  this line  guaranteed.
Phone  A 243.
1     Auction sale every Friday morning
1 on the Market square.
VBSTM1XSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management.
266 Columbia street. Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, in. Cordova
street West, Phone A MBO. Vancouver, B. C.
BEST   QUALITY
'BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
p> O, Box   345 'Phone   105.
WE: PROMT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WESTMINSTER
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacture* and O.ai.n in AU Kind. o.
Lumber,   Uth,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sa��h,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Umber A,*ays in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
_ M City Branch, Columbia St
| L. T��Ui*<h*. 12. New
Tw-ntir  Song   Hit* *r>J Unic'ue  Dance*.    Tha  P-ee.   W -*5'1   M"8*"1
Comed.8..    The  Origin*  P.o-��.uction  Company  of   Sixty   P<.c_pl<**
AMERICA*   BCAu'TY   CHORUS,     ���       -
*��� .
Positively     the    Greatest,    P.-Wtiefrt,   8irt(|jng.    Acting    ^rid    Dancing
Chorus   Svier  Oiyanirec1.
entire Production
richly staged handsomely ciowned
CLEVERLY  ACTED WftW��CTLV   PftSENTED
Prices |1.60, $1.00, 75c aad 50c.    Seitv' rd* Sale Seftf 22.
C*0*0*O*0*0*00*0*rO��D*0*KW
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\ VEIL PINS and
BEAUTV PINS
AT
: W. C. CHAMBERLIN VsJSOSS.
Sole AgWJft  fi-'i        Thu  LoDglnes  Watch   Movement,
und    Hunilton Watch  Movement.
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j Electric Railway Service *
��� lnterurban   Line.
>
IJ Cars for Vancouver and   wav
stations wlll ran ererj. halt-
Japanese Employment Agency
Contractors
and   TRANSLATORS
i     Mate  and Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEuEY   STS..
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone   431. P. O. Box   835.
NOTICE
UtVritii _46i_ cr^^ded out of busi-
ness, I off*, for ik% my whole stock
and ei|ul|iment��. Cameras 11-11 aud
���vi", Stamps, uu.i two view 5-T and
11-11; Lenses Volghtlinder tl-17 and
lull'. Darlol S-10 and Defogee B*10i
back nnd head grounds, mounts, tur-
nlture, stoves, burnisher, trajfa, flash
lamps, etc., etc. A large assorroent
of Picture Prunes flmi amat��iir
nioiints. Photos one-nuaiter off fwr
balance of this month
CORNISH'S STUDIO.
hour  from  5:50 a. m.    Last
car leave* at 11 p. m.
(Last car W. Vancouver 11:80.)
Cars leare the depot   every
\  twenty mtautes for both 8��P-
|   perton and city limits over the
!  citj Uae.
i
i
City Line:    Cars leave tram '
office on the hour, twraty min- !!
ut*s after and forty minutes af- ]
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. '
i
Sapperton Line: Cars leave \
at ten minutes after the hour, '
half past and fifty minutes after <
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  taimeuriy be- .
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
\ British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd i
KH ** MMI
Lower Fraser River
Freight ana Passenger Service per
SS. "Favorite
Carrying freight and passengers to
all t-oints between New Westminster
and Westham Island.
Iufiaves Urackman-Ker's wharf dally
at 3 p.m., except Saturdays, at 2 p.m.;
additional trip on Mondays, leaving at
5 a.m.
Returning leave Westham Island 7
a.m. daily, except Fridays at 6 a.m.;
! additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
at 5:30 p.m.
Calling    at    Steveston    Tuesdays,
i Thursdays and Saturday*.
i
i    Tickets to Steveston and retura 80
1 cent* en Saturdays only.
Bargains
Every Day
At Morey9s
40 piece Tea Sets. Kngllsh China.  $4.50 to  $20.00.
1" piece Toilet Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NKW things In China arriving
every week now.
Come and see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Tram Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK aim*.
PHILADELPHIA, via {Niagara Fall*.
For tew Tablea. etc. adSresa
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BIG METALLIC IRON
STRIKE REPORTED
Hill of Almost Pure Metal
Said to Exist on Douglas
Channel.    *
i
This is ^^^^
cut your
CORD
WOOD
WE have a full line,
including Disston,
Shurly & Dietrich,
and other makes.
.Prices RigKt.
COMPENSATION   FOR
LABOR   iS  DISCUSSED
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA STREET.
New Westminster, B. C.
Victoria,  �� . Vci to a
the steams ilp Amur,
Ca] i. Lo< ki   ��������� ilch returned from ffit.
northern Brit sh    Columbl i   ports uu
Tuesday,       iiii of almost  pure Iron
has ��� een I     ted on the Douglas channel, north ol th�� Gardner canal, which,
If cxpi > at   n   are  realized, will  be
tin., first  of ;. -  kind  located on ihis
continent.   The situation of the claim
about  --a. my miles  trom Genvllle
channel, north of Hawksebury Island,
on the mainland,    and large viens of
! what Is believed to be "metallic Iron"
hive  been  discovered.    Metallic  iron
is between 7" and 80 per cent, pure
and  is   very   rare, b< lng only    found
previously in  Europe and notably iu
Norway and Sweden  Such a claim as
this  is  thought  to  be  is Immensely
more valuable than a quartz gold mine
an 1 there is considerable excitement
in the vicinity of the strike,
Montreal, Sept 16.���Al    the   after-
aoon sessi      of the Canadian  Manufacturers'  association    the    principal
business was (He ponsideration of tli*'
reports of the parliamentary and In-
suranci   committees,    in   the discussion of thi .  port si.mr attentio i
was paid to thi   subject  of working-
men's com    nsatlon.    The    Montr
brand           imended thai this should
be coi              In the case oi nu em
i.h\\i-:.- ol Is ior, bul tt number of On
tario nn mbers, l  i by s. Han-is.   ,.
Toronto, took strong exception to this.
Tin-.-,   had  '���'���fit  fighting it  with  sue-
Icess tor years,   Giving an im-h meanl
thai the workingmen would take   an
I ell.   The suggestion! were (alien out
.of the report   The other reports were
adopted with but little discussion. Today the tariff question will Ue taken
ui>.
The Montreal branch tendered the
members a reception last evening In
the Peter Redpath museum of McGill
university.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MU1R
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westmnster.
PIXIES, GOBLINS, GNOMES,
FAIRIES, NYMPHS, NAIADS
Little People Will be Seen in Charity
Play  at  Opera   House���Leading
Parts m Good Hands.
~K'opera house
Thursday, Sept. 17
THERE'S A DARK CLOUD COMING!
And   It's   Lined with   Laughter,   Mirth
and  Song,  Because  It Is
Richards & Pringle's
FAMOUS
Tenders Wanted
- lers  will I e Ived
th< lersi --..��� .: 21st
Ir-.st, at noon, for ih-? carpentei  work,
in   ii -   an I g ol   new   Fire
to    -        .    at  thi     coi ner   of
"."        . avenue.
I c. * lions can be -��� ��� u
a.*   :-������    ".-I-*-.-   ���
7:.-  lowest oi -- nder not ne
W. A   DUNCAN'.
CHy Cle.
Sepi   10, 1908
Hardman's hall is about the busiest
place in town these days.    Every afternoon and evening   rehearsals    are
being held there for "The Pixies," the
big fairy extravaganza which will   be
presented at the opera house on Monday and Tuesday nights, Sept. 2S and
29, under  the  auspices of the ladies'
auxiliary ot" the Royal Columbian hos-1
pital.    Two hundred and fifty    young i
ladies and children  carefully selected !
i from every  quarter of the city    will.
|take part and are working hard under'
the direction of    the    author.  W.  A.
Milne,  of  Chicago.    Forty    boys,    in
grotesque costuming,   will    represent
pixies,     brownies,     goblins,    insects,
pickaninnies  and  monkeys;   one hun-
[dred aud seventy girls will appear as
fairies,   butterflies, flowe    -: Is    andi
: pages,  and thirty   young  ladies    will
give a series ol   drills,    as    Amazon
guards  and    Japanese    maidens,    in
natty costuming.   Fort) musical numbers will be heard, embracing    so is,
duets and rousing choruses.
.\Ii__s Gertrude Weart will be Prince
Florimel, Mis- Alvina Mima Is Queen
Titania. and Miss Boa Laird wiU e
Angelica. Each will be heard in solos
and du ts, and will have lie:.v..- speaking parts.
The enthusiasm already an  ,-���
speaks  tor the  comical  "Pixies"  two
ed    houses,    and    reports    from
cities   in omise  a ran   * re .���  for
*
New Wi stminsti ..
MINSTRELS    I
Headed   By
CLARENCE    POWELL    AND    PETE
WOODS
The Beau Brummels of Comedy
AND FORTY OTHERS.
A   REVELATION    IN   MINSTRELSY.
See How You Like It.
BIG   STREET   PARADE.
Pr ces���$1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c. Seats
on Sale at Ryall's.
W. IN. Draper
3.   C.   Land
Sun e> or
E   ard  E ���_;-.  New Westminster,  B C
Hudson  Bay  Indians Starve.
New   V -.,.   Sept.  16.���After a ]Qur-
|1  1,000 miles in a 16-toot canoe,
ia part through an unexplored wilderness, su jected  o starvation and pesti-
��� ���:. ���      I 'ison Skinner, of the department ol     ithropology ol the Uni rican
VI       im  of  Natural  History, has  returned mon    s' trip in the
- ���     ���      ..-..*..   He said:
���    .       ad year for the
bits, on which they
lepend I ���*'     livelihood, have
!. - ��� ���        This happens
r .   ind  90
li l\' n   bj   stai val ^m  to
-i'i."
opere; HOUSE
Monday,   Sept.  21
"AMERICA'S GREATEST CONTRA-
TENOR"
Richard  J. Jose
"The Sweetest Singer the World
Has Ever Known."���Chicago Inter-
Ocean.
Presenting  by   His   Own   Selec--   Company  the  Hiliarious  Comedy
Don't Tell My Wife
Presented by a Competent Cast of 16.
In the last act Miss Haywanl wears
a Beautiful "Directolre Gown.'
Prices 25c to $1.00.
"The man who tries to attract business without
advertising is like the fellow who throws his
sweetheart a kiss in the dark. He knows what he
is doing, but nobody else does."
William Jennings Bryan
WE WANT
EVERYBODY
to know that the place to buy.  either   lor  speculation,   or   a   Five
Acre  Home,  where  you  get ail City Facilities is
QUEENSBOROUGH
WATER  FRONTAGE
FLANKED ROADS
D.TCHED LAND
Call and gel our Prk**�� Llal
SOIL   INEXHAUSTIBLE
INDUSTRIAL SITES
ALL CITY  FACILITIES.
a* due*., as this m an   dollars *,���>
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88-10*9
NewWestminster Opera House
SATURDAY.  SEPT.   19
Two  perfoi mances, 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
BUBBLES
A   Fairy   Operetta   and   Musical
Diorama    of    the    Russo-Japanese   War   in   Manchuria.
Direction  of   Professor Clay.
POPULAR   PRICES.
50c   and   25c    (evening   reserved!
Matinee  3  p.m.,  25c;   children,   (unreserved),  10c.
Scat- on sale ai Ryall's di      Btore.
"���.OFESSIONAL.
A WHEALLER, BARRISTER, SO-
��� licitor, etc.. 42 Lome Street,
i opposite Court House New Westmin-
i ster.    Phone H3.
WHITESIDE  A   EDMONDS, Barrl"-:
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street,   New    Westminster. I
W. J. Whiteside. H  L. Edmonds.
i ______......__________.._____________..______
MARTIN  &   McQUARRIE,   HARRIS-
ters, solicitors, etc   Offices. New
Westminster,    Trapp    Block,    cornel '
[Clarkson and Lome streets,
|	
GEORGE E. -MARTIN, Barrister anC |
Solicitor, Guichon  block, Colum-
t-la and McKenzie streets. New West
minster. B. C.
WE.   H A N 8 F 0 R D.    Hamster.
So'lcitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner     Columbia     ani     McKenzie
etreets. Ne-.v Westruiui-t^r  B. ���'
W. MYERS GRAY. B; rrister, Solicitor,
Curtis Xock. Clarkson street P. O.
Dos 169.   Telephone ��� '
Ready-to-wear
Garments
for
Women, Misses and
Children
We announce special values in our ready-to-wear department, with the
combination of Style and Quality usual in all our garments.
Our aim is to sell only the most dependable clothing.   You can rely up
what you buy here.   Descriptions of several special lines follow.
Ladies' Cheviot Coats
Special  Value
$13.75
Three-quarter length and  material is a diagonal cheviot, all wool,  and  a  most  servici -
fabric.   Colors are navy, brown, dark grey and black.    Backs are semi and loose fitting;  yi   ���
serge lining and seams are bound throughout; collar is of same material with stitching on vi rei
mlng;  cuffs are turn back style with  braid  and ornament  trimming; poi   ���-*-   are. made   with
med flaps.    Only a limited number of this special line; all sizes, 32 to 42.    Our special pric-  ���        ...$13.75
Two Popular Styles in
Golf Jackets and Coats
At $5.00 Each
Our Special Norfolk Coats
Colors are navy, brown, black, cardinal and
white; made I flne sofl a "1 in Ki*,. lengths. A
belt of saiii<- material with button trimmings; roll
collar, and these coat- are shown ln all sizes, 32
to 12.    Each $500
At $2*50 Each
Fine   iibh#,i wool goll Jai I
and tight fitting cuff.   Opens down
lar in vest styli .   pearl buttons
.  In fastening front; sizes an    -
colors'are na-.y. black, brown, ca
Each        s'
Twelve Button
Kid Gloves
$2.75    PER    PAIR.
Tan. green, navy, gn   , blacl   an I w b ti ��� thi
s   which we .!. im  In thl   Bpecl _1 - ������ i They
are R< ��� nil r   11 ide, ** hli h Is a -        nti     ol thels
Berviceabilttj                   t styli now
'.n stock.
Moreen Underskirts
Plain Colors Only at
a Special price
$4.25   EACH.
Colors are gre i i.nal, browi
and   black.    This ; articular Iii i
' .   ���
ally  full around  bottom with wl
ed frill, with ad       frill.   Made U
arv size,   ami special large cut si.'-
5;:
A Special 56 Inch Suiting
An extra weight plain clo'h adapted I i the making up of serviceable Buits or skir.-
navy, golden brown and dark brown, absolutely unspottable and of a finish that  will  !- :
w.-ar.    Note the extra  width which cute to great advantage.    Per yard
56 Inch Tweed Suitings
Thes.- new suitings are shown in dress lengths of six yards each.    The new ombre  strip
shaded plaids are among the most popular styles.    Prices, per length.
.$8.00 a"*1
$9.00
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WE.A.R
.""T3_____Si____-
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