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ite, Shiles & Co.
1RE INSURANCE
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OCT 141907
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REAL ESTATE
Phone 85
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NEW  WEST MINSTER, B. V.,  SATIIUJAY    MORNING,    OCT.    12,1907.
."'_������ ���*  J'S I'KR  V.KKK.
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A[j (.ointments.
Tl" toUt wing Usi ol appolnl 11 ai
aPPear in the ;;. c. Gazette toi b
week:
Seymour   Traynor,    of    Steveston,
Esquire, MB., to be a coroner In an,]
' ���'"' :!"' I'rovlnce eef British Columbia,
nf Respected Citizen     To   '      taries public for the pro;
.1      f\.r_,.___ K,r   il"'"  '"'   BrltUh  Columbia:    Bamuel
lo^ed tO tne larave Dy J Bartholomew    and    Charles    Henrj
Cordy,    ol    Summerland,    Esquires;
Divld \V, E] ler, of North Vam   -,-..
Esquire;  and 1/ ander Shaw, en Van-
ivt i   E quire,
Pri lericl. VV. Valleau, oi Haj
'. te. i>i' the deputy of the registrar ee; votetrs tor the Blu en i
oral district
[Time Friends.
ii ���
11 civil honors,
, : the late Lieut.-
... ih i:ie t e their
.   laj afternoon
.    riee  mOBl    111-  ��� >
' -.n.eu ever held Electrocuted.
1 ...,,. ijeing pres-     ( :"-'"!;-   ""���   u    Two employeei
1      .... reBpects to the ol ""' All'"rI" ('""1"1" company.work
ed, not only rii- ln8 '" ;i building l    themselves, yes
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LACROSSE BANQUET
WAS HUGE SUCCESS
Famous Redshirts Feted by Citizens Yesterday Evening���
Hon. Maurice Gifford Offers Valuable Cup
for Competition���Many Speakers
the  B. C.  mill-
hy eel thl
Bent ���:"   - "!
" .     ei the leading
| 0I an 1   many   from
yK!l gervi ��� was  held   at the
.,, .;.     o Sapperton al 2:15
, Henderson, which   1"'n'"1-    Before 8oing to work, Rid'
[..,.,. ���   .in mbers of the
terday afternoon touched e live wire
and received fifteen thousand volts,
\Y. Rider wees Killed Instantly, and his
companion was unconscious tor eig tl
h iurs. When he recovered be Btati d
that he did nol remember how it hap-
The complimentary banquet giveni ll. Ryall, tbe nexl speaker, mail''
to the New Westminster LacroBse ":"' "' i1'* characteristic speeches,
club yesterday evening at Mrs.Cook's
���  ,   .,     ��� .. Intimate fri�� nds,
j.       lock i ame the officers of
I d1 the militia, an I'
i a short time then were assem- ,
lover nm hundred members of
hitni'iit.- and a large concourse
���au In read ues�� to follow the
tw ilu- - ee '.il place.
hi j| ains i i tin Dead March,
feege formed in line and slowly
|lts waj from the house to tho
lows' ci tm ' ry, In the following
The Bring party in charge ol
Hart McHarg; the bugle
j (rom Vancouver; tbe casket,
(on tli'- shoulders uf two relays
ijuanri, eeach iron, the penlten-
tthe departed colonel's favorite
wecki I and with b<x>ts refers-
jl mourners, Including the mem
(of the family, intimate friends,
b,aml mem ere of the regiment.
|tr;iiji a "it 125.
following guards of the peai-
|f, ol  vhich the deceased waj
i'      med riee duties of pall-
Ke, carrying the casket on  their
Mere:
].V Patch II,  W.  Walsh, 11.  Dis-
j iv. .1. Carroll,  Qeixrge   McKen-
|A. (.'(ent:..  P.   Devine,  .1.   Imlah.
Ines, it i    McKentie, T. Samp-
|R. J. lie.:n rtson.
stlins thi   procession of mourn-
l5^ a   ar lage  oontalnlng    the
t��on. oi the deceased, followed
1 '��������� .::.;.   anel   Robert  Jar-
I  '. . i
had remarked that ho was afraid of
bo many wires In the room, and was
going we ask for other work.
ii, advocated the playing for the
championship of Canada al a central
point, say Winnipeg, considi ring that
tie" New Westminster te.nu should
be mei half-way. He was glad to be
able to extend thanks to the Hon.
Maurice Gifford for the splendid gift
which he had promised the B. C.
champions, and expressing the hope'
that ihe' Gifford cup would come to be
looked  upon  as    emblematic of the
restaurant,  proved to be one  of the
ino.-t successful social functions held
in i.iis cltj tm e long time past. Rep-
.e entatlves ol eill classes gathered to
tele.- the boys who have' for so long
upheld the honor of the Royal City
on the Held of spun, ami vied with
each other in spontaneous outbursts
of cheering at the very mention uf the I phampionshlp of Canada,
name of the name of the famous Had- Tommy Gifford, as captain of the
riiirt team of New Westminster, la- j K.llni was lomliy 0(,ileJ upon lo de.
croBse champions of British Columbia, I Jjver au oration, but his innate basii-
and admittedly the best lacrosse play- foiness would not be dismissed until
era of the world. I t-ne  compacy  had  made  the welkin
After the sumptuous repast bad j ftng with "Por He's a Jolly Good Pelican partahen of, toasts ajid Bpeeohe3 t l<rw., And then ^ 8tll] remained
were in order. The flrst toast of the |utet. Taking theor cue from the cap-
evening, His Majesty the King, was, tailli tllt, otheI. nien,tj(.rs 0f the team
duly received with musical honors,J��lgo preBeirved a discreet silence.
the company rising. |    j, nies   Leamy,   flrst vice-chairman,
C. A. Welsh, who acted as cljjir-. proposed the city of New Westminster
man, next proposed the toast of'the. Mayor Keary. in replying, returned
New Westminster Lacrosse club. In j thanks on behalf of the corporation,
proposing, Mr. Welsh referred briefly oommentlng upon the pride which
to the Tecumseh lacrosse match of { New Westminster had always felt ln
was one of the traw- ; seven (lays ag0| jessing the hope | tllt, , <1VS who compow the invincible
STEAMER WAS INTERESTED
IN INTERNATIONAL MIX LP
The steamer Xewington, a late ad-
lition to the British Columbia i asl
mercantile' marine, which tied up at
riilley's wharf yesterelay afternoon for
aboul an hour, has a history, the prin-
Slpal feature of which was an international Issue eluring the Russo-Japanese war.   She
ler8 that was fired on by the Russian   that  the boys  would  have as good  a
fleet   under Admiral   Rojestvensky   in | time as had lasl Saturday.
the   North   Sea   on     a     dark    nignt
in the fall of 1905, while the Russian ..   , , .
a speech bristling with humorous sal-
admiral was 00 his way to the far lleB( h(. expressed his admiration for
Easl   to   destroy  the   Japanese   ships. | ail kinds of clean sport,  classing  la-
The Rev. .1. S. Henderson, president
of the Lacrosse club, responded,    In
twelve. In the course of his remarks,
Mr. Keary made the announcement
that he was authorized to state that
if the l/acrosse club wished to take
the team east next season, two gen-
jAemen of the city had offered to put
up all the necesary expenses.    He al-
The incident  raised  such a storm injarosse above all others.    He claimed j SJ  ^fly  referred  to  the  great as-
Knuiand that tie sea-dog was check- thftt hls lun��8 llild ht't,u strengthened LiBt&nce which the lacrosse tourna-
' ia  hundredfold   since he had  come to  menta were in making the Provincial
ed  ...   bla M��er of deatoiotlon and New WosnuillsU���. his sllvnu0lls root- exhibition a success.
ordered   t.e France,   there to remain lng lor Ij)e ,tthvay.s WiBn3mg team be-1    A1J. Qarrett follower the toaydr.and
until British demands for .im explana-jlng re8ponsible for this happy condi-
Herring   Curing,
c. Van  Blaaderen hfis arrived    ln
Vancouver with  a view  to engaging
in the- taking and curing of thai prolific denizen of the deep, the clopea
harengus, commonly called herring,
Mr, \'e'ii Blaaderen has had consider-
^i ,;. ��� sperlence in connection with
the herring curing industry. The
sea. a iu Holland teem with herring and the curing of them has long
been a staple industry in the countrj
Of el\ kes and windmill-. In fa it,
"Dutch" herring are looked upon ut
a standard by which others are Judged. The herring iu the waters thai
lap the shore's of British Columola,
are considered by Mr, Von Blaaderen
to  he the  peers of any on the earth,
aud all thai is needed is the application of scientific methods of curinn to
make them command the markets oi
the  world.
SUSPICIOUS GROCERS
GIVE ISIDORE WORRY
Restaurateur Starts to Visit
Friends and is Intercepted
by People With Accounts.
Official Gold Cures.
Edmonton; Oct. 11.���Announcement
nne; be made very soon of the decision . the iriovinc'.al government to
make it compulsory for every person
committed to jail on the charge of
drunkenness to take the gold cure.
V. V. & E. RAILWAY GETS
ANOTHER BUMP IN DELTA
Ik-   satisiit-d-     Numerous
added  one mure  to his already  lont
tion   should   rn-   Muum.     .Neo���e,uuo ,ion     wiUl  y^ Mmt0 cul)alnu)st  in   ]u, (lf wUtv s,)eeches delivered in lhi
; reports  thai  A.lmiral  Tog-", of Japan, a c_ aui,  a  ui]t Ul ,jle old Country ' (.jtv
had dispatched a torpedo fleet  to in- iu ,ir))s]���,r.t, _e .certainly thought thej     i
tercept   the  Russian aurananda  In  its hovs had go0,j reaBon t0 be proud of
- course were current at '1
time, and
Rojestvensky set  up the defence that
resenting thenourtt- ..iVt,._ .,���, I;,iwl(l... fol. :, tor.
lefi ,!l1' "'il;,;l,'>' "''  pedo  fleet.     He stated that he bad
in the procession:  ^ fte ,jnU. ^^ ;uul had
Mtl'ie.-    in,   M.F.,   Vancouver;
i'--'. I        l'Vesenting the Van-
R0 free  Masons;    and  Chief  of
Cham k   lin,  ol  Vancouver.
f1"1? tli'   officers  in  the  proces-
��ere 11, following:
Is- ��� Be     ee, in command; Cap-
1  ':; 'i     rg,    Vancouver,    in
I"- ���: irt;  l.ii ut. Brittain,
���couver,
of   guides;      Lieut,
pberlln, n- w Westminster, corps
::1:J'--- ' .Ho ine-s. D.O.C., Vic-
:ilul si :���,, among whom were
'''"���' ;i be. R.C K.. and Captain
'"���"���(' . ifflcers of the- Fifth
Dlv|"' Vh ��� n-la; Lieut-Col. Hall.
handing , -���., .. MajOT curri,
! Ml"a S tth regiment, head-
"'"' "'; uli 8, Vancouver, Col.
1 !' ' iin Huff Stuart, C ipt.
" (lowan, Capt. Wors-
uer Johnston, Ma-
Si .::���. .-. Lieut. McGill,
. Perry, Q.M.; Rev.
a ii te. Sixth regi-
M lavish, surgeon
Sixth  regiment,
" '' : 63,   New    Westlliill-
L'1'1"  w    \. Johnson, Capt. W.
rbett' '    ii   J. ti. Gamon, It. O.,
Bt K    I      ee     i ,
������ '��� 4       er, Lieut, Q. B. Cor-
,,    L"'11    D.  C,  Tuck,     Lieut.  T.
P����un. Lieut
a ;ve,i n<e reply, a fanl which oon-
vinoed him that they were foreign
torpeeTB boats. The investigatioii
which mas held exonerated the R.U5-' .-t>rinl
sian admiral, and it has yet to be
settled whather there were not Jap-
aneae eicstmyers In the' channel ".t the
line.
The Xewington recently arrived
from Knglmid by way of Cape Hori,
and will be m-'l by a company of New
Westminster,  Vancouver and  Seattle
���heir work. "Strangers whom we
took iu" was the reverend gentle-
maa's way of referring to the All-Canada and the Tecumseh teams. After
a few more remarks of a general nature, Mr. Henderson read a letter
w.iicti he had received that same day
iron, the Hon. Maurice R. Gifford. of-
a CUP I'or competition. The
reading ol the communication was received with enthusiasm:
Kc\-. J, S. lli'iidorson. President West-
mtoBter Lacrosse Club, ifew
Westminster, B. C
Dear Sir: As a spectator of the
magnificent exhibition of lacrosse on
SHiurday   last,  when    your    splendid
men in iht fishing business on tbi? U.HU1 practically wrested the world's
coast. The company has purchased riiampionship from tiie Eastern play-
eleven more boats In England of a t.rS] i was bo impressed with the man-
similar  type  to the   Newington, and ]y character of .the spoa-t, and Its value
thi se   will arrive  here  in  due e'o.irs".
pe. Cap
ajor i
���. i...
; ...
'' Ow,,
Lieut
\
ite   i
li Is understood thai they will carry
on   trawler Ashing    much  .after  th
same manner as it is conducted alonf
the easl coast of England.
V..   b   lade':,   who   is   Inten
the i"'w company, boarded the
, r when she wenl oul this afternoon
and went on a tour up the coast
Newington will tow a  boom of log
down  from Alert   bay on her return.
am-
The
Ma
I
liter
A.   Leamy;  ("apt.
oner  Cor&iah; and
read
!i'g  tbe  cemetery,  an-
h   el B( ""vice w.us conducted by
���rii S' l!'"lk'l'M,n. after which
f 8 party chosen from the New
r eellllKI,'..
Ma��,        companies,    discharged
���     v,,,u, /1V0r thp fiKive_
.     Ul1,   Interment    had    been
' ��" soldlera  withdrew, idaying
m    Be,ec��on.
I theBrea1 'lueiiitity of flowers laid
L,Jj0ffll1 testified to the esteem
L th lhe late Col. Whyte was
Him,.. .!'     'n6  tokens o)' irespect
1 Only
Int fr
from N6W Westminster .
'<mi Vancouver and Victoria
SPOKANE SALOONS
CLOSED AT NIGHT
from   a    physical   standpoint   to   the
youth of Canada, thai I determined to
offer   some'  contrilnitioi,  towards   the'
encouragement of the game' in this
articular portion of the Domini ini.
I would like, therefore, to offer (Oi
your   acceptance   a   silver   trophy,   to
ue known aa the "Gifford Cup," and
winch  shall  be emblematic
holders   each   yeeyr of    the
Columbia championship, the
uf  this  year's series  to  be the first
lohn.iton rose in a prophetic
mood, and predicted great things tor
the future of-Xew Westminster. X''*
matter what else happened to the city
in the years to come, one thing was
certain, tue game of lacrosse would
always be played at its best, in the
Royal City.
A uriegirani was read b.v the chairman from Col. ,1. T. Scott, of Port
Moody, who regretted his inability to
i.e present
The members of the school board
being next called upon to edify the
baaquettene, T. J. Trapp arose, and
in his well known oratorical manner,
expressed his gratification at being
resent, The schools, he said, had
the first training of hoys, both morally and athletically. Athletics suggest-
f d to the speaker's mind a scheme
which he had had in view for a long
lime, and he referred briefly to the
proposed formation of a Y. M. C. A.
in this city.
l.i. s. Curtis caused some amusement when .he took upon himself the
credit of winning the Tecumseh
match, his contention being based up-
n the claim that he cheered himsell
hoarse  while the boys wer.'  on the
to   Uie  iW]d
lililis'1       .lolm  Peck  and  Peter  Peebles also
v.-. ii ii - - a  spoke as representatives of the New
West minster   s'.hoolhuard.
Lee Yiek Quan was given judgment
in the sum of one dollar against the
V. V. & B. railway company, charged
with trespassing on his property.
The judgment also included un injunction restraining the railway company from trespiassing upon the Chinaman's property for thre�� months,
with the privilege of having the time
extended if necessary. This decision
was hauded down yesterday afternoon by His Honor Judge Clement.
The statement of claim filed by
George K. Martin acting for the Chinaman, was that the railway company
had entered upon his property situated near ihe Annleviele cannery, and
had commenced the construction of
their New Westminster-Blaine cutoff
Without first having secured his permission to do so. The defence entered by R. L. Reid, acting for thee company, was that they bad purchased
the property in question from Arthur
Malins, who claimed to be acting for
the Chinaman. The defendant company will be assessed the supreme
court costs incurred in conducting the
case.
Insori    d thereon. John   Reid,   second    vice-chairman,
In the even; of your acceptance of  proposed tne toast of the B. C. A. L.
my otter, the deed of trust, and such   A _ cn���pied   wlth   the  name    of  the
other conditions as may be necessary   ;,:v_ijdeut, J. M. Barr.
In the  premises, can  be arranged be-       ()u   riiin^  jfott  Barr was  given  a
���-  fore my departure for England, but in : ���:mlt i-ocoption.    First congratulating
i  no's    .ai. connection with this, I would like the, l!u, kvim oa the S1)ienili<l showing it
Spokane, Oct.   11.    Spoica e a8!Kmt of your members to your be-  had made in the ,)ast and presenter,
oons, which since the town was fouu- j ]ng mnve4 a8 11W_ 0r the trustees Q*  Barr allowed himself tp grow remin-
the cup. i iscent.    His memory  wandered  back
1 shall esteem it a favor if you will j fourteen years ago, when he saw his
ded have heen licensed to sell every
hour in the vent, are to be closed dal-
I   urs Iri 2 and 5:30 a.   convey to the members of your vie-  ,������._., laf,rosse I1KUch played    in New
lv .etween the no   . ^^   ^m   ,m   inlilliati()n   0f   inyiWestminster.     After    regaling    the
m.    An ordinance to tins ���   i lllgll a(lmirat|on ot their   skill   and j compaily with lacrosse yarns of long
passed at a. session of the city coun-jpi.oweBJ( M well as my warmest con-; agQ( Mr   Uarr dri{t(,d ^^ again (o
gratulations on the complete success; m0(iern times, and dwelt lovingly up-
of their efforts on Saturday last. New i 0��� what wou,d hilppen to the easte,.n
cil, which lasted until after midnight.
The original Intention of the per-
peo-
Col. c
WbrldK,
' I'l'tr
fen
Bon,
;':"::!
Ol
H'  Peterson  Dead.
Alta., Oct.,   10.���Col. C.
United Slates immi-
;" thia pclflt, died this
fllllL-
l"e''8ov,."l,'"!:'r',icn "' the lungs.
nr"l weeks' ii:r.e*s.
son-   whee drafted the ordinance was  Westminster   and   British     Columbia:; )U_ams   when   the  New   Westminster
to close saloons from 1  to 6 a, in., | have  good  reason to  be    proud    of; boy8  travelled  beyond the    Rockies.
i,���i ihe aaloon interests prevailed up-|them. j Financial aid from Vancouver was as-
���       nnlncll  to Shorten the closed!    The  name of the  cup  appealed ti; surod if it was decided to send  the
i      i the latter won the day.    line, as 1 noticed two of the membera \mmon BellieB east.
' "'""   '"      Conses raised from *C00 of y6ur team bear the same name as j    Ald   A  w Qray had g f(ny rpn)arl;s
> tor consumption  myself. | to make with reference to the kick of
With th
to $1000 and the time
tor the bibulous cut dow
considerable Bentlment
closed town Sunday, the saloon men
where the orusa le for
the  liquor  tralh''
ar    wbnderlag
the  regulttlion o1'
Will <?nd.
ind  also I    With   best   wishes   for the   future j Manager Querrie, of the Tecumsehs
i.i favor of a | welfare of :"otir club, believe me,
Yours verv sincerely,
MAURICE R. QIFFORp.
v.'. .1. Payne also responded to thc
toast In a few well chosen words.
who >tad made a holler over some derisions. Befor:. th�� ?amr\ tho Tecttm-
s��.h'��   had   p.riifri   for strict.  im"a"tta'
(Continued ou  Page  Eight.)
STEVESTON POLICE
CAPTURE CONVICT
Man Thought to be Kelly
Arrested��� Wore Penal
Institution Clothes.
A man wearing penitentiary shoes
and bearing other signs Of having
been a hajitant of the big New Westminster stone building was captured
yesterday afternoon as he was about
to put out from Steveston in a small
boat. He was arrested and taken to
the Steveston police station to await
the arrival of an official from the penitentiary to identify him if possible.
(iu-;. 1 Oarroll was dispatched late yesterday afternoon to the cannery town
to make an Inspection of the prisoner, but up to a late hour last night he
had not returned and the acting war-
eii'ii had received uo communication
from him.
in conversation on the 'phone v.'.th
a constable at the Steveston police
station about 7:80 l��ist eyoningi the
News learned that the arrested man
was thought to be Kelly, one of the
convicts who escaped from the penitentiary farm at Pitt lake, but as Carroll had not yet arrived, he was not
certain.
Nothing could he learned at a later
hour as the Steveston telephone lino
ceases operation at S o'clock.
The boat in which Kelly and his
companion escaped from the island
was found a short time ago near Patterson's camp ahout four miles down
the river from the place where they
had taken to the water. The boat
had been chopped with an nxe and
filled with stones to kee]) it under
water.
The fishing boat Tyee arrived In
port yesterday morning with a cargo
of fish froth Butte inlet for the B. C.
Packet's association. The greater part
of the 2.una or more fish were deposited ��t the cannery and seven or
eight hundred were brought to the
���'old storage.
with over three hundred dollars In
his possession, and comfortably seat-
eel on the southbound tl. V R, train.
John Isidore, proprietor of the Depol
hotel i' Btaur.ant, was en retted yester-
eiay afternoon by Detective Bradshaw,
wiio was .limed with ii warranl sworn
by Dave Gilchrist, of the' West End
grocery store, Isidore's arret! led to
the Uh vei ling Of an interesting story.
Some three weeks ago, Isidore took
possession ol the Depot restaurant,
having as partner a Greek restaurateur. Considerable alterations were
made In the dining room, and quantities of goods were bought from several of the city merchants. A few
days ago, Isidore's partner decided
that the business did not look promising eno igh for him, and he wished
to retire from the firm. According
to Isidore, he was given $101) for his
share of the business.
About the time that the Greek retired from the business,bills for goods
supplied began to come in with tantalizing regularity. Small accounts
were paid by Isidore, hut heavy 'tills
remained unpaid until the merchants
became alarmed und threatened to adopt summary means of getting their
money. Matters came to a crisis yesterday morning, when accounts amounting to over ?200 were presented
to the proprietor of the restaurant.
He promised to settle all claims that
day, and gave a cheque to J. Reichenbach foi $39, promising to settle
th^ remainder of the account within a
few days. The cheque w.as presented
at the bank and duly honored.
Shortly before two o'clock, Isidore
went to the bank and drew out thc
balance of his wealth, amounting to
over $1100. He then left the city for
Vancouver, leaving the waitresses in
charge of the restaurant.
In the meantime, his creditors had
become .alarmed, and after making inquiries and finding out that he had
left the city, a warrant was sworn
out by D. Gilchrist.
When arrested at the G. N. R. Station, Isidore protested that he had no
intention of leaving the city, saying,
that he was on his way to Sqweeri
Westminster to visit a friend named
Peter George. The story was not Sufficiently convincing for the police, and
he was taken to the city lockup.where
a search of his yei'sop resulted ia '.he-
discovery of hi.s wealth. After bei.-.?
locked up some time, Isidore offered
to settle all accounts against him, and
after paying all bills presented, he
was allowed  provisional liberty.
Some of the accounts owed by Isidore were: West End grocery, $213.-
"4; Reichenbach company, $43.71;
Cunningham Hardware company, $47;
L, L, Card house, $1:1.15; wages outstanding, $48.BO. A number of meal
tickets had also been issued !:y Isidore the same morning.
In a statement made to the News
yesterday evening, Isidore declared
thai he had no intention of leaving
the city. M. was merely on his way
to meet his Bister, who was coming
from Astoria, Or.'. He had withdrawn
his money from the bank for the purpose of paying the merchants in cash,
but had .!��� 1'ivoil too long and had hurried to Vancouver to meet the Seattle
train. He has no intention of quitting
the restaurant business, and will continue at the same stand. He saj's
that he was for seven years In the
same business in Astoria, and never
defrauded anyone. In conclusion he
says: "I ant an hont'st man."
Mr. Singh is Annoyed.
Montreal, Oct. 11.���Mr, Singh, of
India, is in the city today, having arrived from England, where he heard
a great deal about the attitude taken
by British Columbians against Hindus. He greatly regretted it. He
felt that the policy adopted by British Columbians was a very shortsighted one. The reason for it, however, was quite plain, and it Is very
natural, seald he, that the laboring
classes In the West want to restrict
the market to themselves/and In their
selfish plans they seem utterly heed-
leis, he added, of the needs of their
pnrt of the country, which is confes-
sedlv suffering from a shortage of
labor. ...
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TTTE DATT.Y N'EWS.
SATURDav.  0CT
PURE GOODS ARE
COWan'S Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette*, Wafers, Medallion*. Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
WH.L NOT CONSENT TO
RESTRICTION Of EXODUS
Japan Says Regulation Will
Be Violation of Anglo-
Japanese Treaty.
EVERY GROCER KEEPS TEEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
Voting Contest
HBHHB_^HB_BI_^i.li.BHBMlflHIBBHBHIBm^lBBMHKLJ.^
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
Tokio, Oct, ll.��� In reference to th
telegrams reportfhg that a Canadian
commission Is coming to Japan t<> ne
gotiate for restriction of Japanese :.m-
^^^^^^^^^"^     migration to Cans La, it Ls reiterated
-   here on trustworthy authority that tho
��������������������������������������� Japanese governmenl will not consent
tn any restriction Inasmuch as ennui
gration  may  be-   restrioted when
governmenl   considers    it   necessarj
withoul  any formal agreement, which
would be regarded here as a contravention of  the  Anglo-Japanese  commercial treaty.
Moreover, the Japanese oonsul-gen-
eral al Honolulu reports that the bulk
of Japanese Immigrants who desired
i in transmigrate to Canad i have al-
i ,..i.. lefl Hawaii, and thai nol manj
inure are expected to Invade the l> >-
' minion,
Get what you pay for���Always
If you pay for expert knowledge and tailoring skill, quality,
newest suitings and up-to-date styles���see that you get tl  m.
Seldom can one tailor give them all to you���But.
sure���get "Fashion-Craft" Clothes.
De
Irish    anl    Scotch    Cheviots   In
endless  variety ol  : d eras trom
$18 up.
H.      L.-     DE   BECK Proprietor, NEW WESTMINSTER^
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THIS ELEGANT LIBRARY INCLUDING Iri". VOLUMES
HANDSOME CASE WILL BH GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OH SCHOOL IX NEW WESTMINSTER SECURING THE LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES IN THE FOL-
LOWING   MANNER :
Tho merchants listed below will give with each 10c cash purchase oiie vote.
The contest began Aug. 23rd, 1907, ami will close Jan. 23rd,
1908, at 7  p. m.
A ballot box is placeel in D. S. Curtis it Co's drug store, where
votes aie to lee deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Cniirch or School
having re,-eived the largest number oi' votes will be awarded the
library.
Current   accounts   when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by trading with the firms listed below.
Library  is on exhibition at W.  E. Fales'  furniture store.
D.  S. Curtis will count the votes.
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'THE   MAYOR    OF  TOKIO."
Tne' story ol Rich :.l Carle's tremendously sucessful farcical opera
��� The Mayor of Tokio," which e ome -
to the Opera House, to-night, is laid
iu Japan and deals with the ba: 1
times ol' a stranded comic opera organization. Ail the suryivers of tin'
troupe that lefi Sin Francisco sixty
stii n* are the Impressarlo, a sour-
laced wardrobe mistress, a love-sick
song-boy, a soubrette with Shakes-
Xjpearian ambitions and nine little girls
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Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   EROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
(under  new  management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods, Gen.  Repairing
O.   S.
CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
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T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West  End  Grocery
Daily  and   Weekly   News
MOREY   &   CO.
Books and Stationery
0.   EURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    Confections,     Ice   Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES
S.   H.  Thompson, Prop.
known as the "peanut ballet.''   At ;���'"
��� itime  lhe    rem nan'-  eef the    compan)
��� [turn up in a public garden al Toldo,
J j in the first acl thej are mistaken tor
j  ei royal  pany    travelling    ln disguise
��� ,aa.l given the best the city affords
Z j Incidentally the Mayor of Tokio, ls entangled with a Russian spy by the
name of Ivan Orfulitch and General
Satake, a conspirator who has enti red
Into een engagement with Ivan to betray the Government secrets. Th
eMayor has the unfortunate habll of
talking In his sleep and Satake c ��n-
viiK es him that during one of I
somnambulistic conversations he has
told secrets which ia realttj Sat I
leas divulged. K ��� then Inform.) the
Mayor that unless ri' fences his
daughter Oloto to wed him, he will
turn him over to the Mikado as a
traitor. None ri these dreadful th i
ul,.. place bowl v.er aaid ew rything
"i ds happily. See ii to-night, seats
on sak' at. Ryall's Drug Store.
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The  Dr.   Jaeger's   Famous' English   Felt  Slippers
ARE   HERE
You don't know what comfort Ls without a pair;   Ask
for them,, insist on   having-   them,   take no others.
They are sold only in this City by
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man.
Condensed
Advertisements
We have an
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furnace.    Applj   C  '!'.  Dailj   .V- �� ��� .
Improved Double Cornei
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Daily News Voting Coupon
In Library Voting Contest.
boo]   for   Ten   Votes   in Library Voting Contest    in    favor
Voted   by   	
For oue  year's subscription   paid in advance,  $4.00,
200 votes; six months, $2.00, 100 votes.
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CARLOADS   OF   BU.-FALO
ON WAY  TO  STRATHCONA
Wr ANTED���SEWINC
enced dressi
at Mil
cornel
BY  EXPERI-
lressn .-���  ��� t    Pii -    s c.i.l
- Matthews, 212  R ival avenu ;,
Mclnnis  street.
Edmonton, Oct. 10.���Th* Becond
shipment of buffalo trom he wilds o-
Moiiiana will arrive' in Strathcona
this evening al 5 p.m., w tere thej will
be Immediatelj transferred from the
C. P. it. to the C. x. II.. aad si ut on
the way with, all possible spee
Lamont.
There will be  in  all  thirteen   oar-
W anted���hi 'i
Salt   Spring
association,
ges, B. C.
CTERMAKER,   !'
ug   Island    Cre i ��.
Address secretary, i,
On the car line, with two houses thereon, arau;i\
$32 per month, which can be had for
$4,500.00
BOURNE & GORD01
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
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SUPPLX HELP OF ALL
kinds, no charge, ti lephone
i lanadi . .   i 'acifie   Em] l j mi at'
Loads  of  ihe.'  shaggy    moristers,  the
agency,  506 Cordova  street   Vri.  Vi n-
X [number being in  the aeighborhood of
couver,  it. (.'.
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THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK  WITH
������ 'The .
200.   They are mostly cows and cal>   -   ~r^\ii\
bul  *' -v.   . .ill ��� being in this shipment.   JH
ll  has   taken  nearly   two  months   In 	
rounding  up  the   bunch  at the   i-' a
hea l reservation lu Montana.
They  had the  i in  of an enormous
exti n1   of   tern ri.,-...   and   the   n ��� :���
ons deep ravines which  exist In   the
country  made it  a most difficult  undertaking,
OUND.���-BLACK    PU
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ITY.    AIT..V
Ol' XI.)
-LADIES   GOLD   WATCH, |
">\ ii- r can have same on i ivlng
proving pro] irty .en 1 pa; Ing lor this
advertisemen
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
Chinese   Replace   Norwegians.
Mobile',   Ala.,   Oct.   10.   Nearly   all
vessels In I be Cenl ral Ann rican fruit.
tr ide will, P Is sal I. In tha nexl  few
weeks replace th Ir Norwegian crews
! with Chinamen
; these steamers are charter -i I. om
Norwegian owm rs, who,, it Is said,
iiave conclude I I hal owing to the .en -
SALE POINTER BITCH,
ijii~. should make -;<'joiI game
lox GI   Daily News office.
FOR  SALE    7"
farming   and
- 70   ACRES  OF  UDIH,
fruit   lan I:   partly
cleared:   L-4   mile    fron     I '. liwack
tram line,    ri .  po       ila - v,,v.. "T"
KI oul 80 rer cenl   if, ,   ()   Box :;7:
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
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F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
SALE��� KNOWN THAT TWO
lots on Seventh avenue tee ar
satisfactory labor of their country- new cul off line to Vancouver, are
...en. their unreliability, Intemperate fof sab'. Apply A. C ri., P. O. Box
hablt��, and the Increasing number of 372,
desertions, partly on account of In
terference of boatrdlng house runner3, | I ,
Mouse om Tth Avenue, aear 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
N TRUST
TMCS. R.
REAL ESTATE���
EARSON. Manager
���anj INSURAN]
OST���BROWN  LADIES FUR. RE-
ward if   returni d   to  the   Daily
they will no longer employ them. Each
Bhip will sign probably three hundred  ���Nl;WS ('lll('-'-	
and fifty men, bringing the total num-  -r OST���A OOLD FILLED WATCH,
ber of Chinese to  10,060. I Jj    English   case',   Cinder   kindly   re-
IMPERI
Bank of Montreal
Opera House Bookings
turn to T. Gifford'
obtain reward,
jewelry store and
ESTABLISHED 1817.
0;
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A  Wife's Secret
| Raffles Oct
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00 j Isabel  Irving    Nov.    7
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00 j Tilly  Olsen    .....Nov.    9
B'i����rh2E throughout Canada and New foundland, and  in  London,  England, | -The Alaskan  '....Nov. 11
New   York,  Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Gen- j Holy   City    Nov It"
eral  Banking Business Tran3ac tod. ! Sarah  Truax    Nov. 2b
t-fitterr, of Credit issued, available with correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
Bsvlnfl*  Bank  Department.     Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
and  Interest allowed at  2 per < ent. per annum (present rate)  added
Uipr times a year.
(.>.-,!   Assets over S1CS.000.000.no,
Open evqry Saturday evening from 7: 30 p. m. to 9 p. m
X'ri.Y   WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Oct-. 12  T��    RENT ��� TWO    FURNISHED
QCti yiI   '     bedrooms   near    Library,   apply!
2S~ Victoria  street.
T,..���
Uncle Tom's Cabin
.!>e. IS
BER  LANDS���WE   DEAL   EX-,
cluslvely In timber.    Have large I
and   small   tracts   bn   water.     If   you
wish to buy or sell, see me.    h, r,
Chandler,   107   Hastings  St.,  Vancou
ver, B, C.
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Are   You   Crazy 'Dec. 20 _  	
Devil's Auction    tan. 2.- I "pEMEMBBR,     SIPPRELL     DOES
Buster Brown    Mar. 12 XV   the neatest and cheapest \vork ln
Paul   Fillmore    Mar. 13 the rubber stamp business, also man-
iSis in New York .
(I'hi' Burgoma'Ster
A  Colli g ��� B w   .. .
.April t ufacturer of Uncle Bill oil. John
.April S,j Sipprell, 116 Second street, New
.May 371 Westminster.
McQUARRIE &
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telepher.e
353. OCT.
12.   1907
TILE DAILY NEWS.
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Dissatisfied With Official's
Rulings, Sport Protests by
Knocking Out Teeth.
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Replace to  buy your   Furniture at cash prices on
the easy payment plan without interest
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a, B. C   Ocl   -e     \ man wio
dge at the Kamloops and
ri- toria   i ���      in- ���-���      he I  his  false
ed . ��� - ��� rdaj  ri the    [1*
I  i iom    : i tie   '���  the leading ii<>-
le  bad   | i ,-ed    on the
moi n :e. and was mei by a well
nd  | 0] 'il n   horseman in the
hote i.   The horse owner in-
|udgi"   into   the   billiard
an I thi re proci eded to a Imln-
��� .: ishing to him.   Friends of
lan Inti   io - d em i the meti
'��� ited,    ��� i    nol    untLl   tho
Ige" had lei- false te eth scattered
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Prices ei yi- :��� 'ei.iy's markel tool,
a slight sag all along the line with
��� . exce] tlon ��� I the price of eggs and
_i few specials which remained Arm.
I .��� e.��� u i was - '��� and trading was
..niii noon, meats and fruits being especially :;e-iive.
Meats.
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nd ..< 'a ���">'_: to 6 Cor fronts.'
The  supj i    was  large   and all   waa ���
��� Id    Mui ton . ol'. readily al 13 cents,,
with .i  fairly  large supply available.;
The large supply of veal. Bome of II
old, bad the   8 id of weakening the
prii i, with th<   ���   nit thai a consider-
al li   e; lantit.   was unloaded al  from '
7 to 8 c -ni.e. Thi    etter grade broughl
from   i"  to  ii  centB.   The  price  of
hoi    v,  akened i rom the old price ol
1 nl    to !  ...     The   Bupply waa I
:     .   i.e; iri- le      -. ,   ,-as not briak.
Fowls.
IKYLE'S
Good
Cheer
Store
THE HOME
OF PLENTY
AMUSEMENTS
a
The Opera  House
Saturday, October 12
���MS.   M. GAITErf OFFERS
John L. Kearney
Mus
lax Freed Furniture Co. j
62 & 64 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, B. C.    |
,omplete   Mouse  Furnishers |
I orders   promptly   executed',   carefully packed free of charcee. '��
\_ftXM*X*ZtMm*mtt
ubberoid Roofing
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It has stood the test, heat, frost, wind and rain,
gives entire satisfaction, does not harden in the
sun or crack in the cold, always waterproof, always tight, it is light in weight, low in price
and makes a roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Write for prices. -:- -:- -:-
Corrugated Iron always on hand and price right.
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J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
JUST   RECEIVED \
A Large Shipment of
irockery^Glassware
GIVE US A CALL LF YOU REQULRE ANY.
THING IN THAT LINE.      OUR! PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
Rcadhcd   Disappears.
i -.   . Oct. 10.���Pari of the T -m-
Iskaming & Northern Ontario railway, I
thirty.seven   miles    above   New  Ll -
I.e.,)   I,   haB  I .Vie-.'   ill.- e;  ;,. ,e : e '1.      Oil   tllf ''
Bi - - ision the portion referred to |
< nl lenl. ank ten feet, an '. a lei- ��� an
v a pm 'to worl. filling the void.
1 hi , had it levelled t<e the resl of the
gra ie and were walking away when
: the filling sank again, this time .<e :'.:-
een feet. The me'ii are again filling
In the yawning gap.
Good fowls iei" ighl  from $7 t<> $s
.1 dozi a an I the   ,   a 'er stoi k realized
from $0 to $"i    de zen.   Good chickens '   . __
sold  al   trom  -ri". to The supply i AlQ��rt<l.
was fairly lame, and thi demand was
about on a par. A fair supply of ducks \
were offered, . ul th ��� demand was vig-
orous only for good bird;. The ruling
prices were from $6.50 to $7.50 a
dozen.
Eggs.
BEST
BUTTER
In  Richard  Carle's  Greatest
Show
ike Mayor
of 1 okio
7." People 75 People
A Girly Whirl of Music
Eggs continue tc be In strong demand and there 6eems no likelihood
of the price taking an early drop. The
demand was keen yesterday at 42
cents wholesale, and a large share of
the stock was disposed of by retail
at 45 (ents a dozen,
Butter held to the old price of 30
cents a poim;!.
Creamery
Three Pounds for
$1.00
(choicest of all butters.)
and Merriment
thej   Famous   Peanut   Ballet
Blue Ribbon Chorus
ancl
Prices $1,50, S1.00, 75c and 50c.
reserved at Ryall's.
Pickard
Seats
Errperor Getting Better.
Vienna,  Oct. tl.���Emperor Francis
'< .- iph passed a quiet night, bis sleep
Jjelng   occasionally    Interrupted
coughing,   Thi
ro3e at his .una! time, drank a glass . ranged from SO cents to $1 a box.
of champagne as his appetite is still Pears were .also plentiful and sold
poor, and immediately asked for the well. The ruling prices were 75 cents
state documents which were ready for land up to %\ a box.
byiand
morning nis majesty .'    -ri pies were a fai:- supply and prices
Only $1.10 per sack China
B. C. Granulated
SUGAR.
his perusal, after which he began
reading and signing papers. The doctors in intend nice on the emperor express themselves as being hopeful,
,ut they add that his complete recovery  is ne.t expected for a long time.
Potatoes sold at from $11
ton.
to  $1S  3
American Troops at Toronto.
Toronto, Oct. 11.���The Ancient and
Honorable Artillery  company of Bos-
. ton   arrive-.1   in   Toronto  today   for  a
two '.lays'  visit.
Roadmaster Committed.
Grand Forks. B. C. Oct. In.���In the
police court, yesterday, .1. Le Blanc,
ro-.ilma.iter on the Great Northern
railway, was formally committed for
trial, the charge against him being
that of making false entries in time
books, He has been allowed out on
bail in the sum of $1,5110.
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For Two Weeks
160 acres of land on the Scott road, near
this city; $30 per acre. You can buy a
part of this on good terms.
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STUDIO,     CHICAGO,    OUR FIRST
SHIPMENT     OF     PICKARD HAND
PAINTED CHINA.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
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Dr. Jordan
The   Eyesight  Specialist
begs to remind his obi patrons
as well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
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Our Ladies' Hose
at the above price
cannot be beat-
en.   Splendid     F. CRAKE
Wear. English Watchmaker.
Two  doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
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W.  E.   PALE'S
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ect��r aud rinbalmer, and l will sell you any rii in i; in myllnecheap
you better value than you om get in nny other place
:;i ���'" ' Try me.
w<iU Papers in  endless  variety.    Oilcloth from 23c up.    China
Matting from 15c up.    Linoleums from 45c  up. Curtain Stretch-
crs. the best made, $2.25  per    set.      Carpets,  all    gradl
Pri��s.    iron  Beds, v.hite and tint enamels, $3.50 and up
ambulators an(j Go-Carts of all descriptions.
411 Wnds of job work an.l repairtog done on shortest notice. Reason-
Jb'e Prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving daily.
1,lu" sold the block and nm still doing business in the same place
^ !n the same old way.
and
Pre-
Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art  Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
26 Pender St., Opp.  Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
le Canadian Bank of Commerce
faid*��P Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
E.W
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
ALKBR, President.     ALEX.  LAIRD,  General  Meager.
A GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
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FARMERS' BANKING.
hity afforded  Farmers for    their banking business.
,.        or taken  for collection.
8ANKl\'o
Sales  Notes
Vtry facil
c'lsheci
-..ven  ior collection. .       ,���,,
RY  ma<^-Deposit*   mar bo made ar witWrawn oby ma.l.
accounts receive every attention.
OPEN ^  ' WKSTM1NSTEK  BRANOH-H. R- DAVIDSON. Manager. ^
bAi''Hi).\Y EVENINGS 7.30 TO 9 P.M.
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5 U LLET ! M
Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East and South
Leave 8:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4:35 p. m.
Parlor Cars. Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone  194. NfcW V; ESTMINSTEri-., D. C.
W, A. DOSS, Assistant General Pass. A.gt, Scuttle, Wash.
Sweaters
Towels
: Underwear
| Overcoats
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MEN'S
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Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Exnedition.:   All warranted.
Chaius, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAJLY
El). UUUl.tDT,
O. P. K. Agent.
New  \\ estminstcr.
at Reasonable Prices
KYLE
AND SON   !
The Home of Plenty
255 Front Street
Telephone 276
All orders carefully made
up  and   dispatched  to  all  parts  of
the city.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sbeppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Ross-
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at' Meyers Falls with
stage t'lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,   November    io,
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
g.20 a.m Spokane  7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m Rossland  4.10 p.m.
0.40 a.m Nelson ..... 6.45 P-m.
H. A. T<\rr<*r.M
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HASTINGS  TOWNSITE
1 am now offering for sari- on very easy term.; Twenty-five lots in
tbe Southern half of Block *>(.. These lots are practically all cleared and some of them are all in fruit and clover. There is a nice
housp and barn, with goo 1 well on part of the property. The'.-.'
lots will be within tea minutes' walk of the Hastings street car
extension and the V. W. & G. survey crosses on the west side of
the block. Prices from $200 to ?250. Term* $50 cash, balance
$10 per month.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. VV., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
! ��   Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1 i
New Westminster defeated us. This
is perfectly untrue, as combined with
the long journey .an.l games we had
playeel prior to meeting Xew Westminster, we were not in shape to meet
such a stron gteam and do justice to
ourselves."
.Mr. Querrie could not be drawn OU'
as to whether he thought the Tecum-
sens could defeat New Westminster
on even terms, merely observing with
a smile, that "the coast team was
pretty strong.'' They left tonight vi i
States for home aud will spend Bat-
' i urday in Deroit.
EYESIGHT
WE HAVE NOW A COMPLETE STOCK OF OPTI'CAL GOODS
IN GOLD. GOLD FILLED AND NICKEL. EYESIGHT TESTED   FREE  OF  CHARGE.
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WOMEN   WORKERS  NOT
WANTED  IN MINES
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Salisliury.   Oct.   11.���The     Interna-
^i tional  Miners' congress today  adopt-
��� jed a resolution to the effect  that fe-
��� j male labor in mines, which was stead-
THE DAILY NEWS coast to spy out the land, and much illy   increasing,   should  be   prohibited
r, i ei u  _. u    .v    n-ii     ��.������       B_.k    ��ood   to  teie  place  is  likely  to result   by law.
Published by the Daily News Pub-    .        , '       . ,
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their]" we have ^"'e one in an official po-
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
..fflces,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, New Westminster. B. C.
sition  to supply them  with Information.
lt  may  lie  said  that civic officials,
The British delegates voted for the
resolution, not only because female
labor was cheap, but because the dignity of woman was degraded by Fiich
the  secretary of  the board of trade  work,   and   her   duties as   a   mother
ami others can be applied to for in-1 were interfered  with,
formation;     but   these   iiersons   hav.'      A   resolution   in   favor   of   the  ac-
tlicir  own   work   to   look   after,   and, I quisitlon of mines  by  the  state  was
further, the secretary of the board of   also adopted.
trade is a  real estate agent, and peo-j 	
lie- who wish to look around anil judge j Japan  to   Run  Dairy  Farm.
Irii' themselves in the first place, do I Geneva, Oct. II.���A Japanese commit care to apply to a man whose j mission, composed of farming BX-
buslness it is to sell real estate. Such | perts and veterinary surgeons, has i'-
people always want to get "official" | rived ai Erienbach, in the canton of
���which is supposed to be and ought ! Berne, with the object of buying a
to be unpfejudlcial���Information,        j large number of cattle of the famous
We bave written .about the matter I Simmenthal br?ed.
thus at length because we believe that      The purchases are to be made on
money spent in the way indicated will I behalf  of  the  Japanese government.
be better spent than it  could be Inl which Intends constructing and stock-
any line of "advertising" open to us.   I lng  a   large  model  dairy   farm near
' j Tokio,   where  experiments     will     be
QUERRIE DENIES THAT < made   with   various  breeds of  foreign
TEAM   SULKED   IN   GAME   cattle.
Winnipeg, Oct. 11.���Toronto Tecum-| Toronto. Oct. 11.���A smart pick-
sehs have arrived from their coast pocket stole $200 from W. Brand-
tri.n, and each member of this famous i ham. in the Toronto branch of the
team expressed satisfaction at the jthe Bank of Hamilton Saturday noon
result. The athletes are a fine ap- hand got away with the money,
pearing body of men. but look just a | Brand_ia.ni had just cashed a cheque
trifle "stale." undoubtedly caused by .and was standing at the wicket when
sterenuous games they were in ami he felt a man crowd him. When he
a  tedious joutrney, missed the cash he accused the man
Speaking of the tour, Capt. Manager j of taking it. bul his reply was a
Charles Querrie said, "the hoys were plump denial. The man agreed te
all pleased. The trip was i thorough- '' stay in lhe bank while a policeman
|y enjoyable one," he saiel. "and ve-' Jvas brought, ami when BTandham
suits satisfactory.   We had a splendid j went out for the purpose ilie stranger
JOHNSTON'S   BIG   SHOE  HOUSE,   LIMITED
-AGENTS FOR-
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
SATURDAY, OCT.  12.  1907
GET VALUE!
Talking about advertising the city,
by the board Of trade or otherwise,
there i an impression iu the minds of
a good many people that the old saying .about the greenness of distant
hills might be studied to advantage in
this connection. We said yesterday
something about the Annual Exhibition of the K. A. & 1. Society being
better than a dozen "write-ups," and
we migh! have put it a good .leal
more strongly without exceeding the
teachings of experience. The fact ia
that the ordinary "write-up" is much
more useful to the newspaper or magazine which prints It, than to the
place which is written up. Other
things are valuable, however. It' a
number of eastern papers have among
their telegrams this morning a dispatch from New Westminster giving
the substance of the announcement
we were able to make yesterday as
to the intentions and arrangements of
the B. C. ri. R. in th;- matter of in-
creasing the capacity of their car-
shops here, and so forth, it will be
more useful than a "write-up" which
would cost us some hundreds of dollars. A write-up is simply an advertisement,   and   the  reader allows  theI ''""''    Many  papers haye accUBed "; j waited   a   few   minutes,   then     disa;
usual discount.    We do not  mean to   "f   ':'-vln"   l!o""'   in  ""'   _____   v''! "   '"'"''i'1'	
Bay, of course, that it is useless���far
from  it.    These are the days of ad-
vertislng, and the business man who
loes  :i .'     i.. rtise will probably And
ii necesary after a time to admit the
sheriff  as  a   working  partner anel   allow that official to do the advertising.
i!'" the.    . .������ also the days of speci-j
-   ;-:. i   airiness  men  are  bc.com-
and more particular about'
���   ���        .   and the manner of their
ments.
', should de; likewise,   it Is
a com] tivelj easy matter for council ' r -... I e.; trads to gel .i.e a good
article descriptive of New Westmin-
���ster^-ris advantages and prospects;
u'.ui the cosl <ri' securing publication
doi.- :. ���      in ovei a few hundred dol-
I     ....   a.-   .v..   have'   said,   it.   ri   an
advertisement ami it is addressed to
people who lo not know tiie place excepl perl pi by name. Sui li ; eople
cannot tv il whethi r the i tal< mi al -
made e . I. ustworthy or a it. (>.
course if they knew al! al oui tb" matter, they would not question the general accuracy of the statements; but
if they know we n��ed not spend good
monej to 'ell them. Again, very few
people worth having will come here
e..i i ue . I rength ;>!' what thej read in
a "write-up." it comes to thri, then,
thai ai. such advertising can do ri to
attrai I att< ntion an I Btarl < nqutry,
and if we strive t'i do tliat anil fail
io mi ;     .revision for answering such
enqyii j ire like a merchant \\ ho
ho ild ;i Ivertlae his goods and then
fail :.e .- how them or gh s people a
chance' e-i buy.
Manj ;���������' ple think that lhe city (we
eio noi mean the council, v.-,- mean
tin' whole bod) politic) is making
just such a misi ilo". Willing to spend
monej for the publication of descriptive articles in out3ide publications
(distant hills are green), they do not
ma be any adequate effort to "show
the goods'' to the people who. personally or by letter, make enquiries.
Tiie pressing need, as it appears t<>
many people, is to supply this want.
'bf .-ee no reason why the board of
trade should not have a paid seocre-
tary, who would also l.e tiie secretary
of ilie tourist association (if thai organization be still alive) and a publicity agent of the city council. We
cannot have, with a population of ten
thousand all the officers which one
Imi Is in a city of fifty thousand, anil
there does not appear to be any good >
ireason why the local bodies should
nol cluli together to lin-d the salary
of a man who is needed. The office
is ready for him���only the man is
lacking. i
V. i'h the closing of harvesl opera-
iion   and tho coining gf oold weather,
in ila- prairie, provinces. we may look
for a number of people coming to the
HH-LSWhv  Pay   a   Doctor  of  Ophth.ri-1
Q^*mology   $5  to   $10   ind   another
like  foe to an Optician  for  glasses.
Dr. Hatherly, oar dietician and Doctor)
of Ophthalmology,  dots  the  work of j
both charging only for the glasses.
Advertising Cuts
of every  description,  for any
Por QUALIT
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purpose.      Derians   and    Esti
mates free.
Chas.   I~l.    Rawson
Room 4,  165 Cordova  Street W.,
VANCOUVER.   B.   C.
Also orders taken for Printing.
Hides Wanted
At the
thc Delta  land  cannot  he  beaten    One acr
bottom  kind  will  produce  as  much    as    th; ���������
grivel  land.
Here is a  piece of choice  lane] at a ba
S acres, all cleared, in garden ;_nd past :.
this city, on ihe dyke read, ii"" yards from s mbu
and boat landing, hi mile from  school, has  a
in good repair, barn and chicken house, 2 co* |
good waterfrontage wiih  wharf building,     boai    ind  nt'
young fruit trees, a good range  all conn ected
Price  .   -   $2250
Slri'iO  cash,  balance  in one   year.
river
high
from
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house
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Hale & Lan.
rraser River Tannery -
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERfl
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335 P. O. Box
Highest Cash Price Paia
We Eat to Live1
But al  the same time it is necessary to know whal we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You    can   rely    upon    GETTING
THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
15
TO THE DOZEN
Real Pictures
Present   ths Advertisement
at Studio to  Benefit      :      :
ROYAL STUDIO
Under new management; Cunningham
Block.
BELL, INGLES & C|
Propriel era of
The Fashion LiveJ
FEED & SALE STABLl
SMART   TURNOUTS!
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
CUSTOM grade:
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BENCH MADE
"The Empress Shoe"
PRINTINi
Have yi lone in J
town by tl      ��� <
grade print'
Jackson & MorrisJ
DAILY XOA S
ASMART SHOE FOR
WELL DRESSED WOMEN
THE
EluM Sh
YOU   REQUIRE
NEW SUl'i
Come over an:! see our
new Fall Patterns.
FOR COMFORT ~
-    AND WEAR
Vt SPECIALLY RECOMMEND
ASK TO SEE
THE MANNiSH
DESIGN FOR WOMEN
THE
pPBESS;
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Dan STE WAR]
Next door Hole! Ait"'
VANCO U V E R
Look ill
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THE
COLLEGE SHOE
FOR A STYLISH SCHOOLGIRL
See our New Empress Shoes, opened up to-day.   Prices $2.50 to $5.50
Johnston's Bi�� Shoe House
Royal City Ch
ing, vDyeing and
Pressing Works
vS*37   Columbia Sl
OPP. PREMIES HOTEL      FhonJ
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARD
of N'ew  Westmin-!1':  BDI
On Sale at
Morey's     Bookstore
at   Gainon's  Cigar
and
Divan
The Si��n of the Big Electric Shoe, Columbia St.
.(Advertise tlw town  vb 'IU''
mailing Picture Poal Cai J
friends.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAIL?
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I T.H.
I.H.SMITH
The Cash Stores
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54 in. Costume Tweeds at 50c,
You will note the width and price. Then come and
seethe materials and the range of patterns in this
offering. Vou will pay $1.00 to $1.25 elsewhere.
The saving to us in the buying as usual goes to you.
por this line come early and profit.
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A Splendid Range of Broadcloths
English and French materials in Burgundy Red, Tan
grown, Navy,  Myrtle Grey and Black, at $1,50 yd.
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Scotch Tartans and German Plaids
fancy Eolienne, Navy, Brown, and a full line of
light shades $1.00 to $1.25 yd.
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36 in. Black Taffeta Silks at $1.35
This S1.75 value goes on sale to-morrow at this cut
price to stimulate the silk business.
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New Blouse Materials
Splendid selling lines are to be seen at special prices.
For instance, you will buy 40 in. White andJBlack
65c .allies in Fancy Checks for 40c per yd.
Wool Delaines 40 in. or double width only 40c.
W . Panamas, with fancy embroidered patterns.
Splendid value at 00c per vani being quickly picked
up now at per yard 25c.
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Sale of Sample Swiss Curtains
Full length,  worth
Snap price pair	
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T. H. SIV11TH
267-271 Columbia St., New Westminster, P. C.
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CITY NEWS
A heart to heart
clothes T&lk.
A Sapporton resident  named Osier  lag the match the challenge long die
will   :"   presented   before the police j tance fool mce between Arthur Burn,
this morning, charged'With iOf   Calgary,  champion   lone  distance
Lng M:. Buchanan. |tfacerol the Canadian West, an.i w
R. Chandler, aspirant for the bono
will   be   conducted.      The   men   will
���tarl   at  I! o'clock,  the course  being
ar-mnd the oval on ilie cinder path.
1 he subjeel ol the sermons sit the   A  distance  of   fifteen miles  will  be
Olive- Bat'-e-i church on Sunda; will' run-
bi    Morning,   The Christian's Hope
evening, "The Hidden character."
Bulbs, hyacinths, tulips, narcissus. I
crocus, etc., James Muirhead, Dorl<t,|
Seventh avenue city. ������* i
Meals at the Windsor hotel 25c.    ""
"The Inspiring Motive'' will be the
fee ol the morning sermon at
Queen's avenue Methodist church on
Sunday morning, At the evening Bervlce, the iri-\. w. rc. Dunham, forme -
ly of Victoria  wil] occupj the' pulpit
40  acres  best of  fruit  land,   aide)
' bottom,   easily   cleared,     soil   choice
. loam, only one mile from steamboat
landing, Mount l_ehman; only $ir, pei
acre.    Abbott &. Hyde, next Guichon
, hotel. ***
Another Instance of the marked ;ep-
preclation of real estate values in the
New  Westminster district   during th" ]
past  year is shown in the tacl  that !
Whonnock. 35 acres tine fruil an l  a! ,h(, annnal ,,;ile of provincial lands
hicken ranch, with 5 acres cleared;   on whlch taxea are delinquent, which!
lance easilj  cleared;  never tailing   waa ,���.,,, in the com.t  h0OTe yi,s,(,,..
-   earn of water; i'�� miles   ark trom1 llr.  morning, onlv one piece of prop-
1        -i; ���    ^*>boti &  Hyd WM  ottW6d   tor 8Hi,,    Hereto
next Guichon hotel. ***  fore  a   long   lis) ot   pn rtles  have
Eighteen .r twent; men e of tbe averted tothe government, the Isi
N'ew Westminster lacrosse club, principally the players, will leave this
morning tor Boundarj Bay, whi i
thej v. Ill camp tor a week. Hunl In .
and   fishing  will   be  their   partlcula
foi m    ���  recreation.
Sapperton Specials. z 6-roomed
bo ��� es, newly painted an I reno% ate I
throughout, $1500 each. Keary streei
near Columbia. New 7-roomed modern house near Brunette street, $160
Easy terms. While & Shiles. 260 Col-
umbta street, city.
up to $10.00 and $15.00 pair.
  $3.08
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last year containing hundreds of properties, George Kendall, of Vancouver, was the purchaser ot ihe' piece
.-.iM ������ erday, which consisted "i 160
teres located near Popcum, a shorl
nce ihove Chiiliwack. The. price
. was $S5. Mr. Fletcher, Provincial assessor, conducted the Bale.
Uielies'   hairdressing   parlors,   over
Welsh'* stove; entrance on (ith St. **
There died al the Vernon branch
of the hospital for the insane last
week one of the oldest men In riie
province in the person of Henri Bra
a native of Quebec, who had
lined the em" of '.,s years. Por 47
years he henl been In the asylum,
having first been confined In Victoria
in 1860, and transferred to New
Westminster in 1872. He was taken
to Vernon in 1904, when thai branch
nf the> institution was opened. During all thai period he bad hardly been
: a day, and his death was the
A He-brew  men lean:   who advertises
bis business under the name of Brown
attempte l to dispose of a horse at the
city markel yesterdaj morning. The
. [uine - ould lon i ago havi '.ieen converted into dog meat, and in order to
Impress ihis fact upon the Jew's mind
the police took a hand in the game
and arrested Brown for crueltj to animals,    it the horse  is still alive   I
day, ll  will    " orde i i  kille 1.
. -   t ol  senile decaj.    In early days
Wee,I- ., oul  thai endowment policy     ��� was a min i In the Cariboo coun-
ln ���.'..,  Mutual Life of Cam la'    tt wi and '���   'ine' deranged from hard-
paj   you to see S. w. B al  :��� end      I there.   He was a mem-
e ilui ila St, This is the sclio Com- bei of a partj al one time whose proms gave out, and thej casi lets
, tern in    whose horse should be
^.7~Oo7c*-u/n*7
pany.
ed foi food. Th ��� choice tell upon
ant's animal, and from thai time
;avi   '���>'.' nce  i I     becoming  de-
��� red   and he never r ive����d.    As
as i -  known he had no "elatlvi a
alive, In th - i mni        i In the east.
DIED.
IAXET HICKEY- - At the n sldence ol
.i".   Bon'-in-law,   Hugh    McDonald,
., . o] | pi.,       *__.. rn; years.   She
was   ::   ie ',;'"' Of  Ontario.
Tin turn ' will bake place Sunday
afternoon al 2 o'< lock trom her daughter's home.
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id, good terms, $1200. ;
nil cleared,  $1500. |
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-:-   CITY LOTS
��� on Seventh Avenue, West End, terms
on Fifth Ave,. East 1
on Royal Ave
��� Ne   up-to date 5 roomed House, Sapperton.
Trees.    Easy terms, $1300
, Twelfth St. car line, each	
Lot Signs and
Fence Advertising
for Real Estate
Men
By our Special
Lithographic  Process
We have  the   only   Lithographic Machine in B.C.
$300.
1 DIAMOND & CORBOULD
RESIDENT AGENTS.
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DOMINION  TRUST  BLOCK.
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$2900.00
No excuse to be without a House when you can get
"ne already furnished ready for the purchaser
to'step in.   New house, six rooms furnished, two lots, splendid location
$2900.00, terms.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
Th   c i       i c      ��� /��� �� New Westminster
thtc Farm Land Specialists,    '     "'^
Thi   death of Mrs, J. Hit tey, moi
'  ol   Mr.   Hugh   McDon ll I     i1   Leo-
lace, occurred  yesl  rd i    aftei -
,  the dei e ised bavin \
ing fov the pasi thn wee
Mrs. Hi kej was a out sixtj -six i ;
if b ����� and had neen a ������ sl lenl ol
this c t; toi many years. The fur.
will tal lace em Sundaj aft< rn ion,
\v. v.. i';i!i>s having charge of the *r-
raugements.
Dr. T. ll. Levey, dentist, Crescent1
club building, Columbia street.
Gi neral Man igei F. E. Ward, ol tu
, . ii Northern railway, has resigned.
li   is   understood   in   railri a     eli  les
���   ]-.,.   will   go   tee   th"   Burllngl  ���
���..,...,.   .1.   M.   li: Illl   .     IS
i !;.   il managei of thai sysl tn    *: 1 ��� -.
,,.,   : ... in ���;   be "  i'  iughi        n  tb ���
Burl .    on   to   the    Gn       N: "
an i  was given autho It;        n     sai
I ,      it system, and put it on a
ng  i isls,
For i ui   tlowi '���������. '. o ��� in '-    or fun- ,
,.  i|   fl,   |gn    tele] hone  T   1 avles  & j
" ���'��� '���'
'  ��� . 13  .Oli
\   young   man,  John   Evans,
nu   ,     lo\ n   trom   Ma iqu
.  i' ovlni lal Constable L in ���  i
\\     . a,   ind  given In charge   if
: borltli.' for treatn ��� nl   E>
. iE   ..,.',,:,  i   i pi cull   ��� ' irm   it
lunacj  which renders him mute    i e
....     ., inline l bj  Doi toi i J< :
Drew    anl   ie onouni i I   Ins ne,    al ���
he patienl gav�� no e\ I len es
. ,... lition    by  l.i      ' ;! '"'��� ���'
tiding e.f the head being h ��
mode ol answering qui sii ms,
For all Mnds nr out nowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the fluids'.
The. marriage ot Jami s Pummell to '
Mrs.   Lucy  Glass  was eels rated   i
the reside ice of Mr, Pummell, Wla ���
id id.  New  Westminster, on  Wadnea-
la    evening al  elghl  o'cloi I . ln th i
presence of a tew ol the Immerj ato
relatives and friends 'if the gr 10m and
brlde, b> aev. M. L. Rugg, D,  D., Of
iiii;  city.    After the  marriage cere '
.,.,,,..  the newly married oouple and
jpest s p ir ook ol a Due ban imd. Mr. i
and   Mrs,   Pummell  will  make  their
home in   s-'('w Westminster,    whi re
they will be al home to theii  trl mds
,- .���:   i sin nd honeymoon trip.
Money to 'can '>n Hpproved s.v '.ui->.,
Wnitp, Sn!      h 00., city-
The New Westminster Football clu'.  [J   STEW ARDSON
Will  journey  to  VimcniiviM' this  after*]
0 ,   tee   tU����.    eetl   tll '  ^'.'���. Ml   SWlll'll   ht ;
,ie,n point with the Nallonnls of
\ ; icouvei;.     Thia will  be  the ftrit
:. ���;.,',id match of the football sea-
,a,  -.:2 wlll commence nt SS:?0. Dur-  ELLARD BLOCK,
M-R. SMELL TVRESJTEH:-
WAA   TO  MAM    WE   A.S2SVRE   VOU   THA.T IF
you nuy youn  clothing fhom us  we will
TLEA.SE yOU. THE SATISFIED CUSTOMED IS
THE OJVLy KIJST) OF A. CUSTOME'R THAT EVE"R
LEAVES OUTH STOKE.
SATISFACTION COMES WHEJS yOUGETGOOD
STUFF FOIX yOUTl MOJSEy. WE HAVE JVOTHIJVG
���BUT GOOD STUFF IJV OUH. STOTHE.
IF yOU AHE MOT A JUDGE OF GOODS BKIAC
yOU-R WIFE WITH yOU AMD SHE WILL TELL yOU
THAT THE CLOTH /// OUTt CLOTHIJSG IS GOOD.
AMD WE WILL FIT yOU  TO   SUIT   HEI* EyE TOO.
THE CLOTHIMO WE CATiTty MAKES yOU
HAVE THAT  COMMENTED   FEELIJVG   AMD WILL
make youn FAMiLy thold of you.
$12.50 TO S20.00 DUys A GOOD SUIT OH
OVE-RCOAT I "ROM
H. L. DeBECK
The Clothier
OPPOSITE   ?06T   OFFICE.   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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FURNITURE!
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Carpets,   Linolejms.   Oilcloths. Window Shades. Pictures and
Picture Frames. Go Carts,    Lace   Curtains,  Portiers,   Up'iols-
tering, Cabinet Work, Sheets.   Piltow  Cases, Blaiiktts.     Etc
It will  pay you to try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.   73
OUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET. NE WWESTMIN3TER. B.C.
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IJUST A FEW
30 SIXTH  STREET
Westminster Iron Works
CV.NIOItAI. MACIIINI'. AtND  lUNWlNl
WOKK.
SHIP BMITH1NU, L.K1UUBI aod
STRIJCTUIIAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornauieiital Iron Work, ineltldlnie
fences, Ontes, Fire HJseaiies, etc.
Mall orders nnd correspondence in
rited.
JOHN REID,
I.K.UmiC B't'KJ-JBJ'l'.
Now   Wesfmlnrte'- P. O.  O*
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
of the kinds of Insurance I write:
WORKMEN'S  COMPENSATION
EMPLOYER'S  LIABILITY
PLATE GLASS
ALL  ILLNESS
AUTOMOBILE
ENDOWMENT
LIVE   STOCK     .
GUARANTEE
PERSONAL
ACCIDENT
JUVENILE
FIDELITY
ANNUITY
DISEASE
MARINE
SURETY
LIFE
FIRE
ETC.
ETC.
And mv rates are always the best.
If you want any kind of Insurance
let" me quote you a rate. Phone,
call or write.
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
NEW WESTMINSTER1
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
:   , PAGE  SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY. o^7
"        Our New Fancy        |
KNITTED VESTS I
i
are just what you
want
All the New Designs,
Stripes, Checks, and
Patterns. : : : : :
Prices from $4 to $6
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I PHILLIPS
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The Wardrobe Clothier
I
The
^dison
Phonograph
M
LOOK
Realism
HE BAND
Tke toy is right in liis surmise,
although his method is more
forcible than reasonable.
A BAND IN EVERY
GRAPHAPHONE
Every Record means an extra selection by the band,
We have 3000 Records for you to
choose from.     See our exhibit
at the fair.
J. M. TODD
New Westminster's Music House
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New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
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\ UNDER   NEW MANAGEMENT.
The Depot Oyster and Chop toe
u
* When  in the city, whether visitor or resident, THE PLACE TO DINE
j Open   Dsy  and  N.riM. Meals  served  at  all  hours.
��� fcirOYSTERS Wholesale and Retails
t.
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whisky prices      McQUARRIE
WILL SOON SOAR Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents
Distillers Propose Drastic
Action Regarding Liquid
Refreshments���No Escape
PRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 PRONT ST.
& co;
Financial A, J
Hume!
London, Oct. 11.���It has been <le-
ciiled to oal) a meeting of the Highland mall an.l whisky distillers to endeavor to come to an agreement with
the view cf advancing prices during
the forthcoming distilling season.
Owing to the great Increase in the'
price of coal, amounting all round to
fully lun per cent, nml ihe' higher j
price of barley us a result of the sunless summer, working costs have been
raised to a point which eaves little or
no  margin of profit.
It i.- suggested thai the distillers
should lee effectively organized anel
that certain distilleries should be
closed down with 'lie' view eef restrlot-
Ing production, those closing down being compensated out of a fund provide, ei ley those working.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
riot-    -'.
16, 17.  IS,
and  77  of
...    14,
ri 4, ���".. 9, 1".
19, iri, 28, 66
subdivision
Sapperton;
12,
14.  1"
subui ian
.  ranging
from $125 to $200.
0 room house on Hamilton -itreet,
a!! modern improvement.. One lot
fri m ar line; Iot 60x132 Price $1400.
>������: ...rii, balance in monthly payments.
S room house, all modem Improvements, tull sized lot, Sherwood -street,
Sapperton.   l'rice $2700.   $1000 cash,
lance on time.
:y  acres  land next  to  Koyal  Oak
!. ���:��� I,     has   been   cultivated,     not  u
HUNDREDS   LOSE   LIVES ....,,.,  ���,-,  it    now  ,n   gra8B|  28   bear-
IN   FRENCH   FLOODS   ,.,,,   fr���lt   trees    aj,   kin(R    Bufflc]   ���;
lumber to build good  large barn, 5-
Rambouillet, Franc-. Oct. 11.���At a   .,,.,.A il().,se and baru ai!d terge cWck.
meeting of the cabinet held  here  to-   , ���   house   for   about     250   chickens;
.lay.  President  Faullieres presiding, n    &0Qd  wt���.   n6ar (0 schoo, an(i  .,...���,.
was decided to convoke parliament on   ������ ., Qcedi   Pl.ice $35C0    TemB $1-00
100 acres, less 3M. for new railway,
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
in   acres under-drained,    ditched  all
' round aud fenced around and through
centre;    5 room^house;    barn  ���10x75,,
sufficient  teed tor about 300 head of
'stock.    Price $8000;   terms one-third'
4   cash, bal. tu suit purchaser.   One mile
from Btation on new car line,
Lot 22, blocl. B, between Mrs.
Hoftards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1000.
iiiii AC1JE8 about two miles tn m
; Aldergrove station,   30  acres  clear.' I
anl partly fenced, good house, barn
' and stable,    l'rice' $16 per acre; $1760
cash, balance, to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lol N'o. 2, Dist,
Im! 8;   south side of the river, near
bridge'.    $300;   half  cash.
2 LOTS, 182x132, N.-W. corner of
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
2 lots on 8th St. between 5th and
Oth Ave. on east aide; full sized, 66x
132; Nos. 'J and 12. Price $1000 for
both, balf cash, balance easy.
Full sized I.
of Regina Si
Bt. at|
een
avenui.-���.. wei
$400;  half i
!':.  Bl
M
4th
4  Lots    88x132 ��� tch
1.1th street.   $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES   on Hot, ........
Sapperton; 5 i omi u , v../
shed and 4 ri i
third cn
���V/J
'���  ��� ri vrnJ
shed.   $1000 each,     .. third caTj
ance easv.
77.58 ACRES,   el ,���;-���
ploughed and cleai
K.  ',4  Sect. 5.    $75
cash, one-thir,!
loam land,
ind dvkgi.
months,
7 LOTS. '
'-"���'liirilj
1x52,
October
It was also decided im
mediately   to   furnish   financial   relief
to the flooded districts of France.
The Loire has reached the highest ���
stage since 1SG0.    The lower quarters
of the city of Roanne and all the cities below   the junction  of the
with the Rhone are inundated.
cash, $1000 in April and $1000 April
to . iwing, or $3400 cash.
l Lot 66x132 ft., s. ri' of 8, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal, 0 months.
Loire i    Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Hun-   Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
dreds of inhabitants have been drowned. Wreckage of every description
is floating about. Farmers are imprisoned in their houses by the floods,
and many lives have been lost in outlying districts.
Stowaways Hzve Hard Time.
Boston, Oct. 10.���Ten stowaways
arrived here today an the ship Rhine,
from Cardiff, including P. McAubrey,
of Winnipeg, as well as men from Nova Scotia. They had a hard time of
it before they were discovered in the
chain  lockers.
spli ndid investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;   price $650.
100 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped.
15 acres roughly cleared and teneed;
1 1-2 story house 1Sx2S, lean too 14x2b
and lean too 10x22; barn 30x32 an 1
lean  too 32x14;   granary   10x10;   two
Block, corner of Auckland & lllli St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
1C0  acres, 2 miles  from city.
$40 [ier acre
Two  lots on  18th  street, between  7th and Sth avenues.
I Av.uijj
*    ,0'S   <k';,:<   !'      ' ehicj
house, 175 chii
price $1500, $10i 0
6 ACRES goo I ..,
Lol   Iti,  cornei |
and  Brunette  roa I,   i
roomed   hon.-  .   parlor, dining rocim
kitchen and thn e i       ^aste*
ed; conservator;. .- . ,., ;,....
heated by pipes; well; stable; ban!
15 bearing fruit tn ��� s; consider���
stock ready to plant out; 2 skep beesl
5 acres cleared, light timber on rei
maining i ore; all fenced; \2 m
from school. Price $3000; half casl_|
bal. in C mouths at 7 per cent,
I   Lot  sSxl32,
$800  cash.
4th avenue', 13th Si
2 houses corner of Merrlval and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rents for $25, the
oilier $10; flush closets and all connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balance in 6, 12 and 18
months at 7 %.
3 LOTS, 5, 0 & 7, full Blzed anl
& cleared, upper side of 5th Avenue, bel
ri.  tween 1st and 2nd Streets,   Priee$50
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from 1st Sireet I
i Cth Avenue on south side, No. 35,3CI
'37 & RS, full size.    Price $.1100 for thj
four, or $300 each;  half caEtri
Three Were Drowned.
Chambly, Que., Oct. 10.���Two women and one man drove into the canal here today and were drowned.
They belonged to Ste. Therese, but
the names and details of the accident
are   not  available.
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 05 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$0000; $2000 cash, balance easily ar- ' Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 6 of 4
ranged at 7 per cent. | (cleared.)    Price $500; for the two, 1-2
Full sized  lot on Third  street,  be-   cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent
tween Royal and Queens avenue east,    U)t u ()n shorbrook Btreet of 11 of
i3, cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 cash, balance, 6 month:- at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outsiele city  limits
$60 each   lot.    Fuller   particulars  on
side, new  house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each
Winter Whaling.
Victoria, Oct. 11.���One of the whaling stations on the west coast of Vancouver island, probably that located al
Narrow Cut creek, Kyuquot sound,
will be operated ail winter, instead of
being closed down at the end of this
month, and the steamer Orion transferred to the whaling si ation, being
established at Page's lagoon, near
Xanaimo. Whales to supply this depot will be hunted in the Gulf of
Georgia.
C LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROO\t
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 0, 12,
18, 24,  30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be bomesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over li, years of   age, to
House and cottage on Columbia st,
.house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
; $5,000, easy terms.
27]/2 acres of the best soil, 10 acres
; cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
I fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1>�� storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance G
and 12 months.
This property is only k, mile from
the extent of one-quarter section of j tram line. Over two hundred chick-
1G0 acres, more or less. Jens and ducks could be sold with the
Entry  must be  made  personally at I jiroperty at a snap,
the local hind oilri-e for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to per-
form   the conditions  connected  there- |
with under one of Ihe following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land In
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, If the
father is deceased), of the homestead
er resides upon a farm In the vicinity
of the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may be satislied j
by   such   person   residing   witeh   the
I father or mother. Subdivision of lot 40, block 6, com-
(3) If the settler has his perman- j prislng Bome of tbe flnest resldentlal
! ent residence upon farming land own- , site8 in the city for sale excluBlvely
ed by him in the vicinity of his home- j Dy
enquiry.
HOUSE and UOT
Cent;ally located in a commmanding
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-Storey
house. lt#n rooms (recently papered)
All modem conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, Hush closet, lavatory, electric light; uice lawn; lot
00x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on thc Scott roael, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendiel soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
casn, 1 alance easy.
Double    tenement   house, tth AveJ
1st and 2nd  St.;   1  lot.    Pries $1,7001
cash half and half ln 6 mouths at'
Rents for $10 each tenant.
40 acres Vi section 14, N. ri ot E _
ot Tn. 2, about 3 miles from bridge cl
Hawbrth road, Surrey; house lSs_f|
11-2 storey house, 3 rooms finished, ail
other 3 can be added upstairs; Bmall
shack; I1,-, acres cleared ami seedel
with clover, red; fairly easily cleared!
One mile from shingle mill. Pri��|
$1,200;. terms half cash, balance
months at 7  '',.
Westerly 4, 11 of 03, Sub. Block 5,|
132x132 coiner 100 feet square;
houses d rei wing $28 per month.   Price!
$5,000, half cash, balance iu 6 and 13|^
nionths.
160 S.E. U of Section 20, Dist.
10 acres,partly cleared; Kanaka creekl
running through; good road; one mi!��l
north of Webster's corner; shin?!.!
mill an.l PO. at the wesi . ������ ' ��� [
ber worth $7 per acre; cedar and flr;|
1 miles from Port Haney. Price!
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balance ai |
ranged.
Large lot and two cottages on C��1
lumbia street, Sapperton.   Both rente!|
at $10 each.
Oue and one-half storey House ani
full   size  lot,   situated north side ofl
Royal avenue and corner of McKlnnii |
street;  9 rooms;  bath room, hot ani!
cold water, closet;  woodshed; yonns
bearlg  fruit trees;   streets on three
���Ides;   fine view.    Price $1,800. $9
cash.
Part of lot 30n, joins Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
7 lots Nos. Sl to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Cunns ranch, '.
4 lots cleared without a stump; Bmall Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen'!
house, chicken house, 175 choice and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen'3
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash. .Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared; law
alongside  and   back.      Price   $1,00C;
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
stead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at $10
per acre for 60ft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not more than 320 acres
can be acquired by one individual or
company. Royalty at the rate of ten
cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be
collected on the gross output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. D.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not bo paid
'or.
us. This magnificent property Is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
In all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an 1
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at. $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
3treet, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32,   Timber, fir, ce-
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance C months at 7 per cent.
Ful] sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-
en. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
"r GMley road. $225 per acre. Acreage is selling fast at this price.
No. 308. -8-roomed House,  with bath
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   \
cash, balance 3 and C mos. at 7 "',,.
Xo. 806.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, comer of 6th and Agnes Si.
Price $4,00C; terms >,_, cash, balance
3 anil 6 months at 7 %.
No. 310.���9-roomed Hopse and balh
room, Agnes St. $3,000; y2 cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 ';.
No. 312.���S-roomed House and bath
room, Agnes St. Price $2,500; %
cash, halance 3 and C mos. at 7 9.,.
160 acres,  Westminster district, 40 j
i acres under cuUivat.on,  10 acres or-
j chard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
! spring; house 18'x 22; frame barn 30
ix 32;   14-post   frame house  am!   co>v
stables, three in all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses;  near Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a day; ahout 100
half cash, balance easy at 7 %.
150 acres improved land, buildings
: and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
i all  under cultivation, $15,000.   if you
can   handle   this, don't   delay;  b's *
bargain; terms can be arranged.
: CTTor the above tour propertli ���
special price \\i!! be made ' > one I '
chaser.
House 30x42, ith St.. between Kb
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 d"11'']"
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, 1>'!'
chen and pantry. Full sized lot running back to Ash St. Price $3,800.'
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per yea''
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue.
north side between First and Secon'1
streets,  No. 5, 6 and  7.    Price M"0
; each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side or Hamilton street between Sixth and K'S11"1
streets; $23G.
28 acres on Mara road, BurnaW.
$160 an acre   FOR   A   FEW   DA  .
balance
ONLY.   One-quarter cash
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th, street BOUth
side of 4th avenue.   Price $200
ca
sh.
dar and able,   Good soil; goo,, roads. I Sed"^ JoO   SI Tl' "TUT-
Apply for full particulars. |��� '. *2,,����B��   re.fu*C(1 ,for   stan"in�� I    Block 12 on 12th St.. eut Bide:
'1    f.m on iK,h   i ' BB h��U8e lfi  X  24'   h6n W  Blzed Intl.    Price $2,600. one-third
-i.  ,ace on loth,  house made
Lots 17
siiect ani
18, 19, 20,
Mh avenue;  2 corner
���������������4^   ADVERTISE IN THK DAILY NEWS
of hewed timber Laid in  cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 montbs
lots I mortar, 12 x 30.   a chance of a life-j _       , 13 U,
aih.Vtf
$250;  4  inside lots $200 each.    Price j time, $9,000; $4,000 cash   balance nt fl '    '' ,n,s (,n Flf!!; St?e6i' U  '"''i
$350, cash.    Single lots at out. per cent :f3,lb' 15- s- mk- v"    $350-e;
caFh, balance u months at 1  ����� *TU
rDav.
OCT.
12,   1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
m    PAGE SEVEN
\L*
Canadi
lan
J M.
Capital $1,000,000
$1.00 Shan is Fully Paid, Non-As.essab.e Now Selling at 50c.
Are now drilling a w ill on the southeast quarter of Section 13, Township 56,
Range 2G, West ot the 4th Meridian, twenty-five and one-half miles from the
city of Ednii nton in the province of Alberta, and onlv three and one-half miles
from rail, C. N. R.
They have already discovered
A
d
as
1 are now down ouer 800 feet, and the indications are most favorable for
discovery of oil at about 1250 feet.
The Company controls 960 acres of land in the above mentioned vicinity
m which no less than two wells to iho acre can be drilled.
The Board of Trade of the City
of Edmonton
have taken up this proposition and samples of the tar sands which outcrop on
the property, may be seen at my offices.
At the present moment negotiations are proceeding for the sale of the gas
to a company formed for : he purpose of lighting the cities ot Edmonton and
Strathcona.
Mr. C M. Dawson and all the most famous of Canada's greatest geolo-
: ks have been united in the opinion that oil would be discovered some daj
in these regions.
Prof. Bell says this will und' .ubedtly become the greatest oil iield in the world
The Dominion bounty of one cent and one-half per gallon on crude oil will
in itself make this an excellent investment.
Mr R C Watson a representative of the Company, can be interviewed
daily Mmi 10 a. m. to 12 noon at my office, where photos and sworn affidavits
of the progress of the drilling may be seen.
Investigate This Proposition
lvov.
Phone 2222 BROKER,    EtC.
Corner Richards and Hastings Streets
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Phone 2222
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Hi' tots 5 and ri ol block 2, subdlv-
iriun of parts 'ot section 30, block 5,
north range 2,west New Westminster
district Whereas prooi of the loss
of certificate I le number 13979 a,
issued in ihi- name of Frederick William Smith ire- been filed in
office.
Notice is hereby given thai  I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the. elate of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of tln> s'lid cer-1
tifioate , unless in the meantime valid
ob J ction be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.;
Land  registry office, New Westminster, B. C, Sept. Ul. 1907.
Timber Notices
New   Westminster   Land   District,
District  of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet Pord,
oi Hammond, it. C, decupation lady,
Intends to applj for a special timber
license over the following, described
lamls: In Xew Westminster elistrict,
commencing at a post planted al the
north east corner of Timber Limil No.
S663, New Westminster Oist., tlience
soutb ������>!) chain-, eee.-; Su ehains, north i H
SO chains, anil west mj chains, to poin ���
of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per H. S. Ford, agent.
October 4, 1907.
1. TAKE NOTICE tnat Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intend.; to apply tor a special timber
license over the following describe..i
binds on Texada Island. Commencing
at a post plained at the south west
corner of lol 15, thence south s��o
ciiains east 80 chains, north 80 chains,
aad west 80 chains to point of com-
mencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. li. Ford, Agent.
October  4,  1907.
LADIES' and CHILDREN'S
Ready-to- Wear
Do not fail to visit us during your stay in
the city.   Our stock is now complete in
Ladies' Fur Blouses, Dress Skirts, Fancy Collars
and Belts, Underskirts, Flannelette
and Woven Underwear. Also Whitewear
Cushion Tops, Frills and Cords, Tinted
Centres, Stamped and Fancy Linens.
If wanting a neat souvenir, ask for our
Souvenir Cushion Tops���prices range from
40c to 75c each
The White House
A.J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street
1
:;. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special Timber
Liceuse over rrie following described
lands.
Commenc: Ji at a post planted at
the south west corner of Timber Limit 0S2S, thence west Su chains, north
SO chains, east SO chains, and south
SO chains tu poiut of commencement,
October  I, 1907.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S H. Ford, agent,
I. TAKE NOTICE that Hanrit
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady.
Inten Ls to appply for a special Timber
License over the following descrlb el
lands on Texada Island.
Commencing a)  a post planted al
6. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
*> -tv* <>*y*>*>2r.*>*>y*>*>y*>*)y*>*��, *><>::*>*>y*>*>y*>*>y*>*>y*>*>b;-*>*y:;*>
ON EXHIBITION���FOR SALE        |
AT THE OLD COUNTRY BOOT STORE, .1 wide variety of Btrong :_\
��� and line tyiotwear. the very pick of the Old Country and Canadian ���
! ;���;: productions. *
the south easi corn r of Timber Llm- &        ,,..., Btrong (.om���,.v wear we luive Uu, Dlck Waterproof Boot at ���
it No, B828, thence   south 80 caains.  ,. $.()(1.   ()ui 01encalrlli ,u $4i00. thc Northampton, at $3.50 to ��4.50. ���
west set chains, north 80 chains, andij The   *
easl 80 chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S, H. Ford, agent
October 4, 1907.
ri TAKE N'OTICE that Harriet
Pord, of Hammond, occupation lady.
Intends to apply for a special Timber
license over the following described
binds.
Comifiencing al a posl planted a:
tb ��� Bouth e i it torn ir of Tim1 er Limit
No. 9827, then ith  iO chaina, west
80 chains, nortii SO chains, anl east
SiO chains, to point of commencement,
HARRIET PORD,
Per s. ll. Pord, Agent,
October -I, 1907.
iese we specially recommend as just right.
jj| Ladies' and Children's Boots from the finest to the strongest.   Pri- J
T   ecu very moderate. jtt
i Por Boys' school wear, try the  Dick Boot;   it is all  right.    Sizes ���
T   ll io 13, $2.00; 1  lo 5, $2.75. *
Columbia St. 1
* J.   STEWART,   Proprietor |
���: *�����:;������::������::���*: *��"** <������ <vv.::*;:����� *)*>2-*>*>-i���*:.**>ii���*��**##**w
The Old Country Boot Store,
'S CHOCOLATES
6. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Pord, of Hammond, B, C occcupation
lady, Intends to apply for a Bpecial
license' over the following described
lands on  Texada   Islan 1.
Commencing at a pees- planted at
the Bouth easl corner of Timber Llrail ;,
No, 9826, thence south su chains, wes: | 	
su  chain;,   mirth  sn  ehains. and eaat ������������.���
su chains, to point of commencement
HARRIET PORD,
Per S. ll. Pord, Agi nt,
October  l. 1907.
WAITS DRUG STORE
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dally
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   California.
Fur full infnrmtion call on or write
O. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D   CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore,
JUST RECEIVED CARLOADOF
BRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BROS, ltd
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
��� '���-���.���'������':������������ -.'..-Wv yy-'.y ,-fri:-��.ri ��� ���
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C PAGE  EIGHT      ar
THE  DAILY  tfEWS.
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SATURDAY.  OCT  ���
Visitors Welcome
Visitors will be made welcome at my offices. 1 have fitted up
Visitors' Rooms, where you may write your letters, rest or read the
papers.
Meet Me at Kerrs
Arrange  to mett your frien da  at  Kerr's  offir sea,
Pure as sunshine���nol the
faintest suggestion of anything but
Salt���clean, delicate-tasting. That's
WINDSOR SALT.
195
LACROSSE BANQUET
Old   Prospector Dying.
Grand   Forks,   Oct.   11.���Word  has
readied hare today that A. McKinney,
the original locator of the famous Carrie no mine at Camp  MeKinnex.  which
up  to date  lias produced   millions  of
do ilars of gold, is ai present the vict-
j im of a severe oancer of the face. He
��� is stopping with friends near Spokane.
I His reoovery is very doubtful.
WAS HUGE SUCCESS
CWJ.KERR.E
i Continued from I'uge One.J
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
FIRE INSURANCE
WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING   C OMPANIES:
Capital
NORTH   BRITISH   AND   MERCANTILE $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON      13.085,493
COMMERCIAL  UNION  OF  LONDON        12,166.666
LONDON  AND  LANCASHIRE      12,166,666
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND   GLOBE        9,733,333
NORWICH  UNION        5,333,333
TOTAL   $67,085,491
Further comment is surely  not neces sary,
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
������������������������������������������������f ������������������������� ������������������������<e)����������<^����
VY/E are opening
" another shipment of the Eaton-
Hurlburt Papeteries
High class goods.
PAPERS
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J. J. MACKAY & COS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
For Home  Comfort
Purchase the
Monarch Malleable Range
The Range which received the highest possible honors at the Lew:.s
and Clark Centennial at Portland in 1905, and of which the committee of
award wrote, that the Monarch was given the highest award on tne first
ballot, and if there had been any higher prize offered the .Monarch Jiang-'
would have received it.
HIGH   PRAISE   INDEED.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
AGENTS
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
For Sale Cheap
TWO LOTS
One on corner, partly cleared on Tth Avenue
near proposed new cut off line to Vancouver. North
side of avenue. Price, $600. $200 cash, balance
in 4, 8 and 12 months.
I Apply A. C. D., P. O. Box 693
-"-.ii..i'..,i..i:.i'.."..i'..i'..i'..v..i,..ii..i'..i,..i'..i<..ii,.ii..ii..i'..',...:.���:..���...���..'���...  .������..���:.>..",.-:.���:.���>..i'..,:.<...���..,,.j...... .,,..,. .��� ��� ��� ��� ���  ��� ���  .,
" -"-M-__'___i_l-'.-..-..".."���"..",."���".."���-..--..-.,",,-',.-.,--.,-���.,-..--..-,.-, -..'__.-_..-i>-..-,."���'-,,"���",."���-,.--,,-.,--,.-,.--,,::,,-,,::,,::,,:-,,::..::,;
refereeing, and when they got it, they
did not seem to like it.
Jri .1. Lynch protested :it being cail-
e l upon to make a speech, bul his
objection was voted down. Falling _n
with the wish of the crowd, he com-
pared thy styles of eastern and western lacrosse playing, .some of his experiences on his recent trip east be-
iim Introduced.
Al c Turnbull had the honor of pro-
pi ring tne to.tst of 'The Ladies." Being unable to do the fair sex justice,
he called upon (loorge Rennie for assistance. Always willing, Mr. Rennie
oame to the rescue, but his vocabulary gave out before he had been
speaking five minutes, and J. .Mahony
was forced Into the limelight. He
started badly b.v producing a hoary
chestnut, but improved as he progressed, and before his flow of language could be stopped, he had given
iaway many secrets. Feeling in a Tom
Lawson mood, Mr. Mahony commenced a systematic exposure of the Masons of several of the guests at the
banquet, openly accusing prominent
citizens of having been extremely fom]
of feminine society in the days gone
by.
.1. B. Kennedy, M.P., as representative of the Dominion government, declared that he thought that this was
certainly a case of brevity reigning
supreme. After a few complimentary
remarks towards the ladies, he resumed his seat.
C. C. Fisher, government agent,
spoke briefly as the representative of
the   Provincial   government.
Mayor Keary was then called upon
for a song, rendering "Long Live the
King" in splendid style.
J, Mahony proposed the toast of the
Vancouver and Maple Leaf Lacrosse
clubs, which was drunk with honors.
Dick Eickhoff sang "The Little Boy
in Blue," giving as an encore, "Leetle
Jacob Strauss."
The toast of the press was suitably
responded to b.v St. George E. Jeffery
(Columbian), A. W. McLeod, Province, and PC. A. Paige, News.
As a fitting finale to a splendid evening's entertainment, the lacrosse
team geave its famous war cry.
A vote of thanks to Mrs. Cook for
the manner in which the banquet was
served, was carried by acclamation.
Addison's orchestra furnished the music, while the menu cards were tastefully gotten up by Jackson & Morrison.
Among those present at the banquet
were: C. A. Welsh, chairman; .1.
Leamy, first vfce; .!. Reid, second
vice; J. M. Barr, \V. H. Keary. Robert
Jardine, J. B. Kennedy, M. P., Rev. J.
S. Henderson, J, R. Payne, J. \V.
Creighton, C. C. Fisher, Aid. Johnston,
H. P. Latham, Dr. Jones, A. Malins,
John Peck, R. Kelly, J. A. Lee, .1.
Eagles, \Y. J. Ketrr, D. J. McQuarrie,
C. Richmond, Aid. Garrett, \Y. Town-
send, II. Ryall, A. K. Kelltngton, IC. J.
Crean, E. Hughes, T. Grant, M. Sinclair, I). Grossman, ll. A. Eastman, D.
S. Curtis, w. Johnston, F. .1. Lynch,
D'Arcy McGee, C. I). I> .ele, II. L. Edmonds, Nels Nelson, \Y. A. Dashwood
Jones, Aid. A. VV. Gray. E. Carter, ll.
Agar. II. Johnston, .1. ('roll. J--.. Hoult,
t'. Tail. K. Stevenson, K. McMurphy,
g. Cunningham, R, Hale, P, Reichenbach, M. J. Phillips, VV, Pride, W.
Turnbull, sr.. E. Warwick, W, W'u i-
wick, l). A. Shiles, It. il. Cheyne, T.
Oddy, R. Pearson, .1. McMwrphy, T. .1.
.Mahony, YV. E, Sinclair, A lleatty, G.
MacGowan, \Y. Burr, S. Gray, C. Gal-
jbraith, T. Gilford, G. Rennie, J. Gif-
i ford,/T. Rennie, J. I. Feeney, AV.
Turnbull, I. Wintemute, A. Turnbull,
L. Turnbull, .1. Bryson, C. Spring, R.
Eichoff, T. J. Mahony, T. Oddy, K.
i Brown, P. Mclllroy, A. Cruickshanks,
I A, W. McLeod, (Province), St. George
E. Jeffery, J. D. Taylor, (Columbian),
|E. A. Paige  (Xews)  and others.
I
X
L
Pocket
Knives
See   our   line   of   this
celebrated make of En-
lish Cutlery
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price- On
this basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell- Our first aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost. We are invariably successful in both these intentions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
School Books
and Supplies
FULL STOCK
-AT-
MOREVS
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and   Exer-
else   Books  are
Fine
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save   you  50  per   cent-
on a  SAFE or CASH   REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B- C-
510 Richards St, Phone 2125
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS  _.EA\'E EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8 A.M.    TO   11  P.M. A. Usual
Chiiliwack  Special
...IMPROVED FARM...
90 acres, 70 acres cleared and under cultivation, or in  meadow;   the
remaining 20 acres in alder bottom land; good house (nearly new); large
j  barn, etc.; situated 2% miles rrom town on first class road.   The land pro-
I  duced 2% tons of hay per acre this  year and other crops in proportion.
THIS  SPEAKS   FOR   ITSELF.
Price  $9500.00    Easy Terms
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New Flannelettes'
A Special Display for
Friday and Saturday
Good Quality Flannelette has always been sold in
our Staple Deparment and this Pall display is one]
that will convince every customer that we must pay
special attention to selecting our stock of this much I
ue d fabric.
You can rely upon every yard we sell you.
Heavy Quality   English  Flannelettes, plain or twilled   n    eat
suitable   for  shirtings   or  use   in   night  gown-,   32   \
wiele, per yard, 16c lo
30c
Best Canadian Flannelettes in slightly   lighter   weights  thai   ��� . i;-_
liflh goods, but of as gooel washing qualities, per j u ! tOc >...15c
Plain White and Cream Flannelettes.    YV.   have nevei  had
range of  plain  Flannelettes  as  we  are able   tee show   this Bi
For underwear, or any other purpose  these goods ��!������ the favorite Flannelettes; per yard 10c to  -^
Fancy Colored Flannelettes
Great variety in the patterns shown and in .-ucb finishes u
Eiderdown Flannelettes for Kimonas. Dressy Jackets, etc.; Sateen
Finish for Minuses, etc.; Wrapperettes for wrappers or gowns; Small
Checks and Spots for Children's dresses; a Flannelette fen every
liurjiose will  be  found  in our new showing.
New Corded Velveteens
Now the most popular material for Buster Brown Suits, Blouses,
Coats, etc. Von will find a special display on our centre table,
Friday ami Saturday. Colors, navy, Brown; Green, Purple, Fawn,
Gray,   Cardinal   and   Black  and white, [ier yard 50c to   65c
Dress Goods Remnants
The remnants in tbe Dress Goods   department   have    been    accumulating very fast during the past few weeks.   To clear up these
short ends we have placed them on the centre tables for Friday and
Saturday only al  reductions of from  16 tee 26 ;�� i  cent, oft
K   prices;   special  chances among these for children's dresses,
New Waistings
��
We are showing a new range of French Flanelettes, Spctted Delaines, Striped Delaines. Wool Challies, Fancy Striped Lustres, Embroidered  Spots,  etc.;   per yard   Iri-   to      90c
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
THE   STORE  FOR   HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street, - - New Westminster
�����OBSBiBBS-3��BB
|�� ... House of Quality
*
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t| - f
ff Overcoats! Overcoats! \
if ���
|| A shipment, just received, of "Priestly V
|; world renowned   Carvenettes,  in latest
|jj styles, grays and tweeds
* From  $12.00 to $24.00
J. Eugene Brown & Co. |
"    " CASH  CLOTHIERS B-
P.   S.���GLOVES.
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J.    HENLEY Westminster
Manufacturer of T-TflUlSf ef   C*0
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty. ��� #     ���-��� ..     ..
office, Eighth street, Light and Heavy ffauiint
- *jn
ifflce 'Phone 18B.      H��rn WO"
Columbia st.
Baggage delivered    promptly to *�����
part of the city.
Tel. 113.
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER.   B.  C.
offi oo���Tram Depot

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