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 /Lite, Shiles & Co.
"Jr   INSURANCE
NEW   IV ""..TV       ,,,'c   MONDAY  J...' iSPTEMBEB B.
Senator Foraker  Forced Out
	
5 l    Se White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
SEP 260 Columbia St. Phone 85
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FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
" - "��    ������*^*mm^^*f/m*'*, -ll.l__^��___Ma���.      ������        ���     I ���        ��.__��� -I I        <*��� ���_���__������! <���~
[L|\   *"i'Ll3 piiimnATF1 NNATi; Ohio, Sept. 20 tor Joseph B. For-
OVtR COfflMKE CANDIDATE - *����*-�� --t��Ofl
fERS SHOW
BAD EXAMPLE 10 PLAYERS
Ohio
wit)
���ion
"  . r* x   i     ��n wiinan om participation sday m the bi- Home officials Ati
, Un Resents Bitter Attacks  of  J.D.Taylor on                                ^ ^ Nationa]   League of Republican
iest John ixc ^ Kennedy's Meet-        ,.., , _.<_ ;<-fi��o- nnlitipal hnn lean,    bor-
f jl ^���ration at J. B. Kennels  Meet
U     Jon Saturday Evening-Uncomfortable
Half  Hour for Political
Honors Seeker
vention oi ine i.ftwv..* __^��.,s.,a_ ���_. _.-Ti-
Clubs, as a means of committing | olitical hari tan. bor-
aker in his letter declares himself still loyal to laft. but
undesirous of embarrassing the presidential candidate with
his pr< sence. The letter is tantamount to Foraker s withdrawal from public life. Former's resignation follows the
   i .. -ur ij  ti���..v__f a+'hi�� pnnTiM'.tion in alleged il
ie utnciais rt.��.i    i^jjitntlve Llbrnrj ���j6 During Lacrosse
Game    Defeating Vancouver by Large Margin on
Saturday, Westminster Adds  Another
Scalp to Season's Successes and
Cinches Championship.
Tbe \m	
^^__^_B
fur is
ri!! drawal from public life.   Foraker s resignation to.owsue
ollc: of   the government, Mr. exposure by W. R. Hearst of his.connection m alleged ll-      .����� ^ ��
S Enedy toled upon the famousLfal transactions with Standard Oil representatives        .-- �� J ^ ^
V. v. &   IB. railway fight,  which wa. "'_" . ,   .... ,,��� . Beri0UB oppon
._,... nwav committee, I   _  ������.._-,.�� rr��nniir   / ahMCf TIAk
... aign in Westmin
earnest   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
DDlDE   '��  "''.I- renre- Anally won' by" the "railway committee,
J  tl!^^XrBpite of the united efforts of a-
wo  great   pai  ' " conservative   party
'       '". ih    the water.   The flght was to prevent the
lecua.ni **��  J Ottawa, prop,,,.  Hue crossing into American   D,.k   ,
",\ L extended  to territory  In  order    to avoid a    teep,    en w
speau   tMUIUUI .     ���,..,,,.,   nPflr   the     ...iindao
,   taken advantage of mountain  grade  nea,
.tbe CO.        atlve   *>*����?*  """'     The   .-.migration   Policy.
.  ,   Inhn  Oliver  in a forty-nve
:,"fl       ������     lohn   Reid  occupied      The BUCcess of the Llheral govern-
)i9ute <*<*<*���     �� .     Ient jn  flUlng  up the country   with
lbe(hair' _.    _.,dv     " settlers  came  iu for  commendation- ^^^
j. B. Kennedy. | ^  o{ ^^ ,n  imraigrants j is a good halfback.
bU opening remarks, Mr   *e��1waa large,y due to the Initiative   of!haU
uedy referred to the reasons for^e I.   ^^   wh0_   wh���u   Ulster
I Ling of the meeting.    ��'* . td  JL    of the Interior  some   years ago   re-
bat Sat , :      *�� �� tod ^rlt!  o�� allzed the need of a larger population
a]  meeting,   as   a   majoiuy   u_|        __ __   j^wo,nn the re80Urces of
NEGOTIATIONS PROliRESS    EBURNE CONNECTION
TU STRENGTHEN R0VEBS|      ADVANCES RAPIDLY
wen;   to the fence, Galbralth for    a
I maximum period.
Westminster  Defence  Open.
The   visitors   were   resolved  to   gel
ahead,  In  spile  of  the  fact  that the
captain was also penalised und wiih
T.  Gifford  and Galbralth off the de-
f  the unwarrantett inwria_i<._��a,a_ -
ick   Sawyer  May   Be   Secnred-Elev- clul)  offlcla,8   with   the     West
en Will Go to Coquitlam on Thurs LeSS  Ihan   TWO   MlIflB  Mole , ^^ playM8
  /-.... j: T3����,il*.o/_  -Rio-lit,     ��<-*.. ������,..,. was ulayed at Brockto
day���The   Lressing
Room.
Grading Required -Right-
of-Way Difficulties.
minster player^	
Tho game was  played at Brockton
Point before, a good crowd, including
  many  Westminster supporters,     The
~...inon   Bellies   were   without   Irving
Good  progress is being  made    on Wlntemute, but Pat Feeney was back
        A reliable centre'toe    Westminster - Eburne    railway,    ' centre. Doughy Spring played third
. wanted, so that  Watson on  win-.,  ,?   being built from the North|bome'    Vancouver  had  expected   '**
:. abl    .hetraas-l .. | have George MatheBon at centre
li:- ta-wn u tha p..-sent term.nus of **^^^^*^**^******m***m*mm
The Westminstei   Football   club  Is
h, negotiation with pick Sawyer, who,
ayed for th.   Tin.!.* ������' - >*--���*'��� *n'd'
fer will  be completed.
    Nani.in... I   I ^H  H  "Ut I
Ultt.   "��  .      ���,.,H,.ilV     of I Ul"*--"   ******   "*-���"-   ��� ~ ' ,i* -       "--.-���-   r.���aai
Ltical meeting,   as  a  majomj aeve]oi) ^ re80Urces of|not ���ke
en  Were,Un'bl�� blithe  country,  and   devised   mean,   for
Bhort reference to the I    e ^ ^ Qf deslrftble ^
local Sh -      ��    ��r' Kenttf ���VZ oast H1B methods may have been question-
E��U        ���      lbe ^ ' *      ,(3cd iu some duaxters, but no one cou d
0   lwa'      ^     h 'e ���   i -deny that  he had been success ul in
1.*hen first  he wen, to the cap * Tho admlB8i0n of Imml-
.    ���,. impression tha ^ was ^        h
!he duties of the Opposition wm u   ^ beiu,r (,^. of emi.
...and assist in the work ot the|s���*e ,^j ^^^ ^ ^^ h,r(j
Sawyer is in j the  uacks  of    the  Canadian   Pacific
"   ' 'railway, whose engineers have charge
l0 play'in the lJ��'itie coastLj the "work. The Une is nine and three
"      ,"al quarter miles long.    Between  Eburne
being
there
'^'���grants being permitted to settle hera
league, and the only stipulation he.
wants Is a secure berth ln his trade
as ... carpenter. Negotiations to that
end are unler way. At present there
is not much probability of a game
in x; Saturday, as every effort will be
made to ;. u a team into the field on
Tim:s.iay morning against Coqaklam,
on the occasion of their annual show-
Heavy   Expense.
,    Charges  of  maladministration  hav-
��� ing  been made by the Foster-Fowler
ruct. I combination, witnesses were brought
-1-11#. from  England  and  from   Europe,   at
great expense, and a lengthy Inqulrj
i i - that criticism was ne-1
iglect. !  In  ..   '.. ti nnlned   hum   aftei
1 i    -.,.    instead   o'f  assist-'
Jiiii: in -   ol   the   country
I     ���       ition was   studiously obstruct
..   ��� -.-   it  everything
Mr.   Borden   had   no!8"1*** ����*i.*--���. 	
I ���. the important leg- was  conducted   Into the  methods of
.-.ore ihe House,and ,lu" Nortn A-tlantlc Trading company,
[ ��� .- ri.,1 to the pracr but  ln 8?ite oI iir' lhis* n,,!  one ul
.,   Bcandals trom be-  ,he ,oud charges of the Conservatives
���    the BesBlon, vary-  couW be Proved*   Before ,!l" iluiuh">"
ilicj   with studied obstruc- waa   *���������������'  though, Foster introduced
., .,���. HouBe    ,,,.,..  ii resolution In the House condemning
. er said that he had the l,0,k'-v "f tne Immigration depart
gard   for    Mr.   Borden, but   *������*���������*       This   raelllod   ot Introducing
.v���. occasion of their annual snu...        . ,.���,,.. as to rne ^-��-"
on;h<  '   ;,;. ()1- :U   ,eam cannot get, lje paid {or disturbance of the rlparl-
ZrZ�����** lb,J weeu'twoen"'- ��wners>  The ori8inal ;iUsnmenl
Foster-Fowler,'-_ "'^".'"rJuirn   will   be   played
,,. on the new dressing room . ,, line It 's been thrown fur-
*"    2   satisfactorily,   ^uM ,     ,-       .-.front.   Contractor
 .���.!.,!  rann-    ,�� ......    ......   .,.���.-,-.   alxtv   111.11   at    WOIK.
iaii-v.
Thj
Ul  ill- avaa ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Bomewhat slowly. a< the material can
not   be sent   up just  as soon as w*a
wished; however, iho roof la _hmgl��-��.
'and   work   well  advanced.    It Will be
| ready at any rate by the time the regular season opens,
thought   Mr.   K.euiie 1>    upright    and
iker said Unit  ne nu...
.  I   for    Mr.  Borden, but ment      This  method   oi .nm_auv_.__b,
ountenanced   things 1 scandal talk was followed by  Foster  mm. si.
.  .  .,. ���  approve of. on m_any other occasions, the evident      Dealing    with
^. .    .      _ I Intention    being   to   make   campaign   scandal,   Mr,   lay
; was  to  ihe  discr
���' ���������  s.i null
Fisheries Question.
.'.
his    favorite  iop.e
 ylor   thought   that  it
capital. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^��^Mi lu   l',L' ��-   tlie
made to the ment that so many charges had b.eu
aimed the'credit for]    shor,   reference   wa,
C   Brown on the-  ,ved trade ^"^^
earned  to bring eral rule, figures being^^Quo.ed
��� >    ^    different   ��,�����*; ���,���,.   The  tariff  question, an
,   ,,,,, tbe hshermen parUcularly  that  portion^ of u
    '  *Hm    Whh    ^Mr  ��It coming
,     |   ,,,,, should hi.v,be,n!U)Uell0(1  up0n. M.. Kennedy
���    ion,   in   which  cujUta, he had opposed to P��    ���
,.   fiahermen  would lumber  im  Oe dumping
protected.    B  w-; IUl,lIU  thai   1    AmerU;��.,���,.,.���
biected to the ma-1^ lumber In the mlddle^pw ^^
, ,    brought in by .1. P.Bab-
nought m i�� ... *       at  a   '<>��"i   *��-���=   * ,     The  nsnen^   ..-���������-���
,,, members ol tto ttelr  product  won d  h��    ^ ^        aLetter condition.
brought against it and that not one
guilty partj bad I..en punished, He
nexi dealt at some length with the
Fras.r nver fisheries .uni the wort l
of the commission named by the gov- .
ernment to report on conditions on
this river, giving it. a.' his opinion
that .1. C. Brown had been an able
advocate of ihe rights of the fisher
men. and that had there been more
like hini on that commission, the
' fisheries   would   now   be   in   a   much
nchei!
^^^^^^^^^^ this piovine,
at Vancouver on Saturday by beating
le ir only serious opponents this sea~
-.���a by thirteen goals to three. Van
couver, however, put up a much bet ^_
ter game than tne score'indicates, but  lence was    absolutely    disorganized
the fourth quarter was aiagraced i.y  s,i,i Alex, drew- two of the men out,
Hie unwarranted  Interference of    the  and   enabled   Bryson   to score.    Just
--   -���--   m_..    after the face-off George Rennie added
another  and  the   Interval   was  taken
with the Salmon Bellies leading with
a  margin of  two  goals.
Feeling   Between  Teams.
ln the third Longfellow and Latham
came back and Westminster took up
rd i the running.   Gibbons saved a shot of
to I Alex, Turnbull's well, and some of the
aave George mmunuu .... . but old tactics showing among the home
Vernon Green turned up, taking lhe men, two of the greens went to the
lace-off. Crosby was missed, but fence. Geo. Matheson came- back
otherwise the line-up was represents- Just as his services were needed, and
live of Vancouver, and therefore there the ball went to the Westminster end,
can be no question that- the green but Ronan failed to pass to one of
-w. au r. had any excuse for being his home men Twice Gibbons was
| beaten. Contrary to statements last called on to save, both times from
: week  In  the   Vancouver press,    Bob  Pete  Latham.
Cheyn�� was not  sole referee, Lionel      With  Galbraith    back    the    home
Yorke acting at judge of  play.    The  twelve  could  not   penetrate  the    de-
:.isi   two quarters  showed  the home'.fence, and then began the unpleasant-
team up well, but after the champions .ness   which   culminated   in   the   next
one,   found their footing there was no ' quarter.    Objecting to  a  decision of
qui stion of their  supremacy. j the referee. Dr. McGulre went out and
Vancouver Starts Well. ! shook  his umbrella  in Bob Cheyne's
In the tirst quarter Vancouver Started  well,  but owing  io Gre.-n missing
his   pass  they   failed   to  score.'   Immediately  afterwards Green and Galbraith went off for a short rest, and
Ernie Murray opened the scoring, bj
a  shot which   gave  Sandy   Graj'    no
chance.   At ihe home end Alex. Turn-
shed.   Owing to tne duBB!  ..��  ...   bull received, but the pass w.as mulled
he ground the work is taking longer  and  George  Matheson secured.    The
than  was expected,    but    given  line  effort came  to  nothing,    as    Jimmy!
_ . or three months should  Gifford Intercepted him well, and the
complete    the   work,  as   ther- is no   Kennies   taking  the   ball   down   field, 	
heavy  cut or till.    The drainage of  Bryson equalized from a paBB- by Alex-
storm water from the adjoining hill- Turnbull. Play continued strenuous,] A meeting of the B. C. Amateur
-ile will cause Borne difficulty to tbe changing ends repeatedly, and for L,aerossa association was held on Sat-
.ngiiiceis. some time the visitors' net was    ln|urday at  Vancouver, at  which G.  A
Practically all the difficulties with danger, l_ongfellow doing very well welsh an.l A. W- Gray represents
Landowners have been settled by ar-j iu senior company, but the champ- wesiniiiist. r. lt was decided to al
'nitration, but  one  man is still obdu-lions did not weaken.   George Rennie,janaon the two Maple Leaf games, in
_.l"".. .....--a. ���
and this city several miles had been
[graded, but no ballast laid on it, leav-
lig about two miles or so to be coni-
E leted. rhis short section, however.
r!iiis thi .-'.. some of the best gar-
.1. ..-   . . illsitea   fronting   on   the
North   .in    iii, I     negotiations  were
iiio'iiii-.e I as to the compensation to
owners.      The original  alignment
r8"will not be sough, in one|Xuld lriv,. gone too near the water-
_______________________________________ . _,.?s 0{ any use lor
and   in   oonse-
4-ont ;���' make the sites
industrial   purposes,
right hap about sixty men at work,
Jid sections of the mile and  a  hall
gradi I   between  the    present
track, and the dyke are already fin-
ip'aed.   Owing to the boggy nature of
(Continued on Page Five.)
SCHEDULE Of LACROSSE
SEASON CLOSES SMURBAY
"^i Maple Leafs Not to Play Again_WiU
Pay   Part   Forfeit-Vancouver
Takes  Vacant   Date.
ra,e, considering  he  has  no,    beenUj ~����f��� bUsy at the op-  lleuof ^ ��^����
properly treated.   Doubtless, however, play, an ^ am, rrt.qlie���.l>. for Map.e Leafs failing^     ^   ^
a  satisfactory  settlement  will be ar- Pjslte       . ���.___��_-
ll.- arj
cud ^^^^^^^^^^^^
a glng down a
-.. .:.:>���   In favor
Ba icock,  the   pot
*"   '������   : their   pro'""-1-       ���
mlnorl-       (.   ,���������,��� s had been up aglnst
o��^|hardnghtonthlsP���poslt^a^^^
of the
wi re '
aed that the
___���__________________________________���.,..!,, '   -md lhat the
commission was packed   and
of  fisheries, Louis P.  "'*--'
,   BV,    i   the time he appointed
eur'^      ',,���.  the members had
. aiiiissiou,      d to him most oe . Lord's  Day   Act. petitioned the cwi __________���
'   ,h"  blaaaC   t0f       ,lthough ibis was a popular m" "the ��nne*ries.
....    i:- commission. \ ,,   ,  large  number ol I nt,    iin   I
:;:; ll   b:.e,rco,,s,derub.e   oppo,-;,, iaiica  ae,,,,n
rived  at. .^^^^^
line will    e. subsequently undertf
by  the  B.  C.  E,  R.
PROF. CLAY PRODUCES
OPERETTA WITH SUCCESS
Wald.   Mat
���      . ,-   ,v,_,i\Vai.    .Ma.�����-"*"���'"   	
The electrification o   th< MoConaghy wa
. ...-hconnpntlv undertaken cover, ou
Ullliuc,    �����'-' *	
aav�����   '"^..^..^...................^......HH^_____________________________________BL IH     a\\\\\\\\       12,     that     cUl-
heson  did  good  work    at engagement on  SepL      .               ^
.. r, _v,��� wm Indifferent-   ,vin   nay   |2B   to  covei       _���     	
!y ,������ ., ,���,,., '...-��> m*m ��.�����! --�����* -��Mr.^
. ffas the head oi   Ma���,:(,'i..
________________________________]>,,.,.. I min'
��ven agalnsi twenty tiom|
Mberta and Saskatchewan.
Lord's   Day   Act.
ly  quick at  times.    U.UJ  	
and   the  home  at   last  secured,   Alex, j 'mm.    Benjes      v.lnci.uvtrr   wiu   l,���,���.
and Len Turnbull, and Latham all tab-   m   Queen,g   pw]j    ou   Sauu.(iaVi   ancl
ing a band in shooting. A shot from wlth that match the senior season
Bryson hit the Vancouver uprights,| ^ d;ist. although whateYer resull
and rebounded Into play, this being the | there may be no difference can be
nearest  to  another score during thls|made  to   ;he   ^^^  of  ,he  cUU)S_
-qua.-        Each side made keen ��� ffov.s',..........,  ai)pilcati(m  win  be  made to
partlcul .1.)
Qui
mM " .'���,,.:,..,. ,i Ottawa to-
"To M. Kennedy He -md
M"a'1   l^gued   individually   ev.  j
I,.11.lilt-" n.Ul-l._____________l
Autonomy   Bill.
wiih this Bt-.bj ct, Mr. Ken- ^   ^   |	
i oui   that  ihe great out- g bbath waB not so s    -
act had heen chlefij   -''���.,, :1S U1 , ,,u,, '^ ^*t   .      MprlMl.lUlll
���   Conservative  campaign- , * T!l, passing  oi   this  a     ,m, ,   iepi
-.:-    fo, i. battle cry  In the old P^"TCOn8lderable diplomacy, and
re inlred  com Kenned.-.
"*** hn connection with this M ��� '
indemnity. I si:i|. men'   made D.
outcry had been raised WeaJJJaTe'r   Becretary ol the I l��
todemnity   to J ��� ���   '    l;      ,h, ������*,,, that no ....
embers, hut    the epeaker fa  notJDay ^^   Laurler  could  have
men who devoted their
of
[ncidentally, Mr. Tay
the   meeting  with   a
���1 What would have
ftshlng  " "
Professor Milton Clay's recital, musical    diorama    and    fairy    operatta
proved a complete success ai the up
era house on Saturday, but there **>*>
mn ih,   house  the    performani
served,  certainly not at  thi   evening
;e:.o; in.nice.     The     little     operatta,
Bubbles,"   was excellently  play_\1. ihe
chief   ; .nis,   thai   of   "Bubbles"
11)  gel   abend,  but   the checking
s; tisfactorily, even if ill    pas sin
was  ,,,.. b.
C   A. A. U.  to permit the two
wa
dfr
"'*    the n. ��_.,,.,...
waa teams   (Westminster and Vanoouver)
M^^^^^^^fl meet the Capitals during exhibition
The. Salmon Bellies lost a good open-; wee^
lng just before the close or the quarter]    Tht, ,,0.,it-on of the Sl.nior clubs u
when the Vancouver point and cover  ,|s follows:
were  behind   the net.    With  a final i
unsuccessful shot from Dad Turnbull, 1 vy-esttninstar
the whistle called the boys apar;. Vancouver
Teams Draw Level. ' Manle   Leafs
A shower ol rain commenced in tha I Victoria   ...
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Westminster
(���"ived large calls upon their purses.
!.< in--, Bollcited daily for subscriptions
to . irlous objects and funds. They
had to dovote considerable
the i official and unofficial duties, at-
: ii.ling to correspondence from their
constituent!, and executing commissi.m- lor them,
th    the
^r^^���^MVA^���^^A'      aUd      I'"'   "'Td!      K shower o.  rain cou.,..e  giraeSep.
" "s,:r:y^ --Is-��^r�� cz. SIS..* -.��� -i.'irsi-sl: ^t,^���*-  ���
Foofbalb
Vancouver District Uague-
(Senior.)
Celtics   	
Thistles    	
ncreasea   indemnity   to ����� ^nce. �� the effect that no one UBg t0 ancien^nunory  ���   l~        ;m   all;,ictive  plctl,r,     TJe J����-^ &t  [m opetted    thel
,,,    the  speaker <Ud  not JJ J   �����;.��� ,,,,   Laurier  could  hat.    ^  wlth  the   sei    ��� ^ > ghowed they haJ b,, ^MSrin^H* a swift shot.    Splendid,
  -bo devoted their   ;     *   , iu iu., (1,ro���gb the House. 1^  m,   Fayl     " bm trained. Miss Marigold sang the^open- scoring ^^^ Beul
, talents to the service of *��\��?���   deluding remarks, ���-, K ' j the provisions of the an ing munber. .,,llbble_;. very pretUVy^ pasdng    y^       ^^ ^
were overpaid at the presenti    J���*����     (() a numl,er of wl.'..rv- sI    M Unown  to  son.e �� 1        feaUii.e of ,he nrst part was the TWW ow Ua(, lhU(
"-  ����� -  ��� __ri:wh t bad  been Instrumenta, ta ^ ^if-^.53   such Lories of color., and other ,���nj.   - ; ^ln S sUck when Tommya^
,.U.���,S io the service of ^'1 -       ^^ J^ remarks. N,"-K, n- K     ])VOvlsl���ns  ot   th        ^   ^���cies ing number. -Rubbles,"  very  pretU^ JJ^^ nothing resulted. Tak-
v,  erpaid at the presenti    J���*����     ,() ft number "twharvesI Uuown  ,���  son,e �� 1 of ,h(J flrst pai, was the Tu��W ^ ha(, lbl.
thu,   Thl.  members at  Ottawa  M^1   ".a,.   been in���u        ,,������ Ul���   in o her-     �� ��   ^1^ of qoM ^ other fflujt*  inguf tf�� wh<m Toinmy alffoj
na^  bull,  along the ^J electors J^J^ puberal |��.^_, "^^^r^l^laulmpted to check, ��IW^
='">'  Wbl0h ,,ai1 ,K?l'n   ,���",,e  Whole l"^;y \n   Saskatchewan..
time -it- ^ f-r:;.enl: u,,,;:: ���.. ^hssi ��. ^/ju,alloa
rneJeruran/partlaoustlngl^^^ heard of the acnu,
program.
       In   addition  to  all
  speaker bad  been a  member
four Important  committees during
'be past  session, and had devoted all
his time to iiis duties
In :lii  course
i'.nl. umit
madi
r; !L taken an, part h ousting ^ w had heard o  tne ^ lat��r8pereed  the  prog
'"    n^offl-   1 from his poslUon be- jury against 'Billy   M^ wore o(fere(1
11 pUbUC conservative,   Con- ti|.sl ti.ne that  evening. ^^^ tur(J son
cause he was a  Cons^1 K��- (.orlect   he wondered why an ei
Blderable applaus* WkJ       "..      ,. jM -  -; milll, w ���unish
 '>-. .��tf-S, ��?S* ��- S offldo,,   ^de^l, the audi.
series of colored  and other  lllustra-  lng up    ^ ^^ ^^ t.iffiml
trations thrown on the screen 0   tbe   "" ,   aml hit his ankle,
Husso-alapanese war. bu, the -"^SuXTiS ^<* ��" ^ ^ f
w<>,,.  not  wearied  with   a ����^Jf~  2  laid  off to ea.ulize the
oumber  of  men.    With  T-y��J
the   Westminster   defence   lay   b__-K,
���       ^ ���      Thelb.it   thus   weakened  Tom   Rennie se-
ing tableaux and picture songs. j ged t0 Alex.  Turnbull. #
orchestra, including    Professor   Cay, ��Wd��    P-^ ^^ ^ej^
played a mandolin and  guitai- sde .-���   who w nt in^ ^ ^^ f
Of  them,  as vocal  and   instrumental
cleaa hands 1 went into
lne
All
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witb clean hands 1  wn
p<>miC8'"        .   ~ ,he Enemy.
Tribute  'rom   the   t
awangeniellt.
According   to   a��*n8 t0 ad-
Taylor  was  then  < M a,,e.*s
^ss .be meeting     -   *^ hfl  re.
o��   "!   honr" M urarti.y  In  W"
i:-sioners. .     f [marked  -h��; h1, ;;;.,v-, last ��ta��e-
Thc v. V. & E. Fight. cord   with   Mr.   '"- hft|J  a,ways
ter  refi ring  briefly  to  lhe rail- ments.      Personally.
tne ottandor.    lucid nt.    . .��� ^^  admlrabie  effect.      ft^nj   tin ca] San(lv
,.���,o was Informed that the spe* iGoerllob's   song,  passed up neia ana .
0,11  ���� ence was Informed that I
of his remarks on the
question,   Mr.  Kennedy re-
..   an     accusation   of   P"''juiy
against "Billy" McLean on the
loor of the House by Mr. Ingram, one
the    recently   appointed   railway
ence was inio.n.a-., he
tS^"mT** -'-" *M
a  perjurer.
Just Natural.
That the Siftonian PO^/jS
nation had much to do
;, populstion or the ^^!1_
(Continued on Page Bight.)      ,
IIUU      Willi      ouimi.""'"-      	
Parade," and Miss iGoerllob's song,
"Tit for Tat," obtained a striking success, being of course encored. 1��
the favorite, though, pathetic, "flower Girl" song, Miss Blsa Goerllch received a cordial reception, and in
fact all the members of the company
in their several parts acquitted themselves well.
pa88ed up field and In a melee Sandy
Icowm   secured   and  scored.    Jimmy
Qlflord beat his man well on the   oe-
' fence   Godfrey playing a weak game
i, big scrimmage In Iront of the vis-
ltors- goal gave the ball to Godfrey. I ���
C   Galbralth. resented Ernie Murray ��� ���
Hale  touch   which placed   the. teams, *
Westham   Island   	
Nationals   	
(Intermediate.)
Shamrocks   	
Crandview  	
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Thistles   	
B.  C. E.  Ry.
(Match between Celtics and
Thistles protested as short
time  played.)
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ELECTIONS EOR TORIES
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Foster, Fowler, Lefurgy, Bennett, Haggart and Other Conservative Leaders  Must Clear Their Skirts of
Serious Charges of Timber Grabbing
Before Aspiring to Office.
rovmcia
Exhibition
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egulatlons.      '
Conservative party is now en-.pated the timber lands, do they   tell
m  making an appeal  to the |the people that the Conservative gov-
electors of Canada.    This appeal is
conveyed   through   three
The
gaged
ernment gave them   away,   free,   to
the extent of 23,000 square miles?
Do the Conservatives tell the people
that  in one year,  ISI. 3,    they    divide.1
among members of   the   government,
s  that  the  lender    ofIsenatora    ftnd    defeated    Conservative
channels -
slander, scandal and extravagance
The serious feature of the Conserve
tive campaign
_ '
the party.   Mr,   Borden,  has   launched | oani|i,iatt,Si    10,326    square    miles    of
Whal   is   known  as   the   Halifax   l'11'1"   timber, free?
form, but. so far. no speaker   on   thej    Do tlu, conservatives tell the people j
that they gave away for nothing more
limber in one year than  the  Liberals
,1
Conservative side takes the trouble to
allude io it. It Is ignored as completely as if it never existed.
Borden Platform Ignored.
A plat form that doe., not inspire a
pariy cannot be expected to Influence
ii people, when leaders In the party
make campaign tours, loudly proclaimed  iu advance by   their    press,
and Btoutly maintain silence with re-1L     .,.,
I lor it.'
gard to the issue as announced by
the leader of the Opposition himself,
ii  is not  remarkable thai the people
decline to mc'pi the platform seriously.
accept   the   assur-
thai      relies     upon
have sold since they came into power?
T)o the Conservatives tell the peo
pie thai they disposed of 29,322 square
miles of timber at J4.13 per square
mile, and thai the Liberals onlj dis-
posed of 6,456 square miles in twelve
years, and got $81.92 per square   mile
accept a partj that
but      presents     no
Will the p.'oplt
ances of a party
slander'.'
Will the people
alleges   sean.lals,    ^^^^^^^^^^^
proof ?
Will the people accepl a party that
charges extravagance by falling to
recognize progress?
Foster's Malicious Lies.
Mr. Foster goes aboul the country
with malice In his heart and lies on
his lips.    Here are some samples: ���
He siaie.i that Mr. Turriff, commissioner of Dominion lands, when
he opened tenders for timber "retired
to a dark aud secluded room having
an iron-bound door; after locking tha
door and putting the. key in his pocket
he opened the tenders in secret." Mr.
Turriff told him to his face that this
was a "deliberate lie." and the evidence before tlie public accounts committee proved that, there was no such
room in the building, mid that Mr.
Turriff opened the tenders In the presence of another official.
Did   Mr.  Foster  retract .'     No!    He
had hoi   the courage to    repeat    the
tatement  when    challenged    to    his
lace to do so. nor the honesty to withdraw when his statement  was proved
talse,
Whi :i    Mr.  I'n   ���       itatel    in   the
louse   thai   Mr.  -in k on, of Selkirk,
.fanitoba, had been elected    by    the
se of the thin red    line,    and    Mr.
lackson  challenged  him to prove it.
he withdrew the statement, but afterwards repeated the charge    in    campaign literature, and when his atten-
- Ion ��as called to it he ma le no at -
...   ���   ' .���rectify the false    .-tatement
.  catrS   | to    e clrc tlate 1.
When Mr.  Foster accused  Mr. Bro-
stealing  money by   using    it
for .-.    urpose other  than   that    for
which ii was voted- an l ll was proved
���   -Foster)  had done    precisely
the same thins when he '.wis minister
���did he withdraw and express regre?
N'o:   hi   sai I   he had   becom ���    wiser
than be was.
Di.:  "     '-" -������ ...   mj    regret
because hi   bad    eea I mnd  guiltv of  r'~n''
M :*.
Scandals That Faded
Wli.-n ll was conclusively . .ven
thai the Saskatchewan Vallei Land
companj was formed to bu; lands
which the Tory government had given
to a railway company, of wh. ; E.B.
Osier, Conservative membei In the
Hon.--..., was u large holder, and that
the railway company refused to take
them because they were unfit for settlement. Did the Conservatives caese
their accusation .and Blander? No;
i he. presisted In saying that the
country had ben robbed and the settler deprived of the land.
When the evidence before the agricultural committee proved that me
.North Atlantic Trading company had
only been paid bonus on the Immigrants to which they were entitled,
did Mr. Foster withdraw his state
ment that the company had paid
bonus upon every immigrant landing
in ibe country? No. He. accepted the
fact, but continued to circultite outside
the deliberate falsehood uttered In
t he House.
Tbe Conservatives who are going
about the country repeating slanders,
uttered In the House, .and which have
been disproved by evidence which is
on record, are not acting an honorable
pari, and cannot succeed to power by
such methods.
There has not been one so-called
scandal broughtup In the House which
has been proved; on the contrary,
they have been one by one disprovi 1
The peopi,. have been led to believe
thai the admlnisratlon  of the timbei
lands was thoroughly searched and ex
amlned.   What an- the facts?   Out of
li.l'.r. square miles of timber   sold
the    present    government,    the     i a
transactions looked Into were tho.,- in
which Mr. Burrows   were   Interest. I,
What about the   Conservatives    who
applied for and secured timber    lands
to keep their mills supplied?   Nothing
was said of them.    How    abou;    the
free timber limits  Mr.    Burrows    secured from the Conservative   government   with  which  to supply his mills?
Not   a  word  was said.    One is driven
to the conclusion that every operation
in timber put through bj  this governmenl  since coming    into    power    was
open, a ove board   and   bei ond   criti
Under tKe Auspices   of  the R. A. & I. Society. Queen's Park,
New  Westminster. B.C.
September 29tK tc October 3rd,
Both   Day;
Anyava
ral
bla, may be , . .. ' *��� %�����.
iu  tlu
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any male  ,
tit
is -v      afaDlll!",ot
i     _.    _. "  age t_
&tof "-' ,.
acres, more * ^
Entry mu
the local land   ri
which the io :       ..   ;.;;-*:
proxy may, b ���. ���,.,,. lr) b?
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^^^^^^^^^    be made.
tain conditions b father
ua ce..
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or sister 0l
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required to per-
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Incl
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$30,000 m Prizes
and  Attractions
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Western Canad
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Snow
Greatest   Annual
Lacrosse Matches, Baseball Matches, Football Matches.
Scottish Sports, Children's Day Sports.
Sweetest Music, Stock Parade.
Five Days' Enjoyment and Instruction.
Historical Exhibit Commemorating Discovery of the Greatest
River in Canada by Simon Fraser.
Unveiling of Monument Erected to Great Discoverer's Memory.
GOD SAVE THE  KING.
For Information apply to
W. H.  KEARY,
Manager and Secretary,
son, dau--.ii ���. uoiher
Intending nom
The homi  ���
;form the -, connected tb��
.with    und..; Hike      **
plans: H	
(1)     At :-'      :   .
,u>"m and cultiva       0l lh. ,.     *
eiieh yeai s
V1>   "' ' '   ' mother ������-
faUler i6 ''' ��'  ^e'ho��t
:6tt'adf'r r'" ' farm ia r,.
! vicinity  of .,,.���. ,"   '
: requirement , ace My '
satisfied : m res!
the father
(:!)    Ir '" ittinj
ent reBiden .        ...
ed by bim . ;,v ^
stead, the [otefc
deuce ln'r
upon the ���
Six  mOD .:.  ||
be given t. meroiDoj
Inlon Lan Is a
, apply for patent.
COAL.���C
leased for a pe ...., -,-.
at an annual ...
: Not   more
I leased to on ��� ial or compaai.
I A royalty at th five centjpe
; ton Bhall be ;    ',..���   _.-������
: charitable coal mined.
W, W, C0RV,
Deputy of the M I ihe Inta.
T. J. TRAPP, Pres.
P.O.Box 59, New Westminster
SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODIjE, NO.27_ 1
The regpibir meetings uf this lodge
are held in Od lie    ...  ba
bla street, everj   Monday eve_m}
at 8 o'clock,
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| VEIL PINS and \
I BEAUTY PINS \
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MAIL CONTRACT
A. O. U. W.���FRASF.R -.OCGtf.. )
���Meetings the Bi I ind third Tat
day    in     each     i    nth, -._
brethren cord i V.' ' .!. |
Lodge room, A. O. U. v.'. hall, Odi|
fellows' block   Cla
AT
W. C.  CHAMBERLIN
The   Jeweler
Sole Agents  tor
Longlneg   Watcl    si-,.
Hamilton W itch  Movemei
SB ILED rENDKRS and;.- se I to
the Posl in ' i ' len< ral, wlll be received it Ottawa until noon on Friday,
the Second October, tor the collection
ol letters on a proposed eontracl Eoi
four years, from the proposed Street
Letter Boxes In the City of New West
the   Post master (len
COURT BRUNETTE. N     '    -    .
���Meets the  I* i In
month   at   v  ' ill
ball. Oddfelli "
FRATERNAL   ORUtF.   OF  EAG-Ci,
Aerie N'o. 20���Me.
evening at   S
Hall,   c...u ��� -
\V. Pres.;   H. Sch -    ���'���'
All Iron Wringers
, excepting only  in  the case    of!
gambling with the trust funds of the! ������'���"���  Burrows.    Did  the  fact  that    he!
.-, ;.   -.   .      x...  he vented bis spleen   was  a  Liberal  have  anything to   wo
upon ;::���.��� members of the commission  withe ,lu' interest displayed with   re-
woo had found him out gard t0 hfs transactions with the gov-
Reid Made Foolish. ernment?
Dr   Reid undertook    .   prove 0n|y a Political Dodge.
for    the'
-   -.
��� -
Was this a legitimate Investigation
-. not go oa board, and the ; into the timber administration of the
e-rider. ���    el r-   the special committeei government, or was it simply a politi-
;.- could, and did, go onlcal attempt, to discredit ., political op-
| he expreaa    regret?     No;  ponent?   The. record shows that    Mr
-.  the statement and causes*jAmea suggested   dishonesty   because
���   ���,     .      ;;  in campaign literature,   j moro than one   cheque   accompanied
Tayior Also Failed. 'the  Burrows  lender.    When    evidence
When Mr. Taylor,   chlel   Conserya-  was pm In to show that other tendei.
��� ., stated in the House   that   ers did the same thing, Mr. Ames ob-1
goods in excess of the requirements ol jected to it going in. In the case of
the Arctic expedition had been pin- Mr, Burrows, he was willing that the
chased at exorbitant prices, and public should be led to think that
when Liven a committee had fulled to there was something wrong, but in
prove it. did he withdraw the state- the case of any other tenderer he did
ment? No: he repeats it on the pub- not desire to cast any Imputation,
Uc platform. This same gentleman,   "Mr. Ames,"
"Easy Terms" Bennett. having   failed    to    prove      anything,
When Mr, Bennett charged that the moved that the committee drop tho
mon?)' of the country was wasted by investigation. He is now engaged In
no calling for tenders tor certain showing pictures of large trees, which
dredging contracts, and it was proved , he would have the people believe ar?
that the work was done cheaper by a fair sample of the limits granted,
continuing last year's contracts, did Photographs might be taken of the
he withdraw it? No; he persisted in ' same limits ln which no trees at all
the statement that the money of the would he visible, bul such pictures
people was being wasted. This is would not serve to illustrate his lec-
the man who wanted to buy an island  ture.
from the government on easy terms.   .     Mr. Ames is   peculairly   suspicious,
What Tories Did. | but strange to say, his suspicions do
When the Conservatives charge that   a-.__���.._���.__a���--���.�������� .
the Liberal government    have    dtssl-, (Continued on Page Six.)
minster,     from ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
eral'a pleasure. ______.__._______________-���__--���������     ���
Primed hottcea  containing    turthei   THE royal templars of th.
PERANCE meel  everj v..-:ne.-.-.
^formation as to condition* ol    pro-      at g 0,clo_k  .,   m   ln ,,: ,. ���
I posed Contract may be seen and blank      hail, Columbia sti el
forma of Tender may be obtained al -
'; Post Offices of New Westminster   and
' Sapperton and -it the   office   of   the'
j Post  Office   Inspector.
.IOI1N  K. GREENFIELD,
P'*t Office Inspector \
���ON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Aj
80CIATI0N, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.��� Meets nn the First ani
Third Tuesday ol every montb *
K. of P. hull.   Chiel H   Sui ���   --
Pool  Office Inspector's office. Van-  I,
couvi I-, B.C. 21sl   August,  lfins.
PROFESSIONAL.
O,  O. F.���Royal  City Loage,
No.!
A WHEALLER,
���   llcltor,  etc.
BARRISTER, SO
tc, 42 Lorne Street,
opposite Court House N'ew Westmin
ster.   Phoufl 14::.
���Meets   in   Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, evi Iday evectW
at 8 o'clock.    Vl!     i- -���:���-"���
be    mal-      ���
N. G.; 0. E, Osborne, P. G, recording secretary.
With guarantee rollers made of the highest grade Para rubher
We have the wood frames with enclosed cogs. In washing machines
we have the Knall, Paragon, 20th Century, Re.aetlng. and other
makes.   Call and see our lines.
T. J. Trapp  & Co,,  Limited
41J HITESIDE   &   EDMONDS, Barrl*
"     ters  and solicitors,   Blackie  BU
��� olumbla street,   New    Westminsti
, W. ,1. Whiteside, H. I.. Kdmonds.
MARTIN* & McQUARP.IK, BAMUS
���* ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, Ne-.
Westminster, Trapp Block, cornj.
Clarkson and  I^.rne streets.
GEORtJE E. MARTIN. Barrister and
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum
hla and McKenzie streets. New West
minster, B. C.
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE NO,
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. 5--
Red Rose Degree meets Becooaw
Fourth Wednesday of each moat*
ln K. of P. Hall, r-nlumbli s - J
8 p. m., White Hose Di -.rec Foi^
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place
OTHER    FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES,
include the Union U>dge, >'"��� '���
F. and A. M-; King Solomon UW>
A. F. and A. M.; L 0. U
Nn. 1693; Coiirt
No. 1 ^^^^^
No. 1150; L. O. 1
Sapperton, N .. 1683, 1. 0. F-l
F.. Court. Westmin ��� '��� N��
Brotherhood of Owls, Ne*' N
330;
F. CRAKE
it
i'
The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming s<-��ason a very complete line ot
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, but start your orchard right, by buying from A
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation, as
well as getting acclimated trees. We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
can handle your order, no matter what the slse. If we have no
agent in your locality, writo to us at Burnaby Lake for prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
WF.  HANSFORD.    Barrister ]      ��...     Watch-UaW
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block i      EngllSll   ��"��"���"
���_,,.       u v       .1 Two  doora  from   Geo   Adam;
and      McKenzl)
��� 1275 W-
Ladles' Gold Watcnes rrom JJ     9,
Silver   " J,pn
Watch"
corner     Columbia
.treets, New Westminster. B. O,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   Gentlemen's ^^^^^^^^^^^^
W. MYERS GRAY. Barrister, Solicitor. I ^gmn'm Silver Watcnes, dol��
Curtis block. Clarkson street.    P. O.  case, |7.50 up. Q-,���th Beni
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that you select your salespeople. Stick to the
best.
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Leave \ew Westminster 3:50 p.m-,
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5:60, 8 50, . 20 and hall hourly till
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KD. GOULKT.
Aeent, New Westminster.
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FIRE ALARM  BOXES
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7_Camarvon an.l Tenth
8���Royal avenue and Eighth
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hosp.��al.
13_Second and Park Row.
14���Columbla and   Dufferin
15���Sapperton
2S���Queens  avenue an.l   Blxth.
24��� a_a.ru avenue nnd Second.
25 Flftli  av����ue  and   Fourth
26���Fifth avenue and F.ltthth
27_Th!rd avenue am. Tenth.
32���Asmes and Sixth.
34__8rh..at_e Machine Works.
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and supporters of the party, will be held on
Tuesday, Sept. 22, 1908
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TKE DAILY N F-WS.
Published by the Daily News Pui.-1
[Uhlng   Com;.any,   Limited,   at   their
offices,   corner of   Sixth   and   Front
streets,  New   We.-ilinlii..t<T,  li.  C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
MONDAY,  SEPTEMBER 21,  1908-
DO   NOT   FORGET.
That   every   time  you   support  *t
iionieniie you are curtailing your liberty  and giving mora  power to the
capitalist,
Get the Habit
The Last Time   i
We had China Milk Pitchers
on sale an a "Special;" they
weie snapped up before noon.
We have managed to get a
lew more which we will Bell
today only tor the same
lirice as last time we offered
City Voters' List
���M-^M---^-**** ���H-i-H-M^HH* *M��H ���-!**.;
Monday,   Sept. 21
Richard  J. Jose
Sotii �����   IB  hereby     given    that    the
::. i lm* the year 1908 has heen
i (()lll|,i,i.(l, and that the game may he
, ,.���   ;u   this office   for  thirty    days
',,.,,111 the dale hereof; ;ul(i L,ny person
' ~ |who   hall  claim to be added  to the
'���AMERICA'S   GREATEST   CONTRA   Bald  Voters'  List, or any elector who |
TENOR" shall desire to have any innie erased
therefrom, must prefer hi.  or her re-
, ,      in  writing,  signed  with "his or
der name, aud shall deliver or cause
���The    Sweetest   Singer   the    World  _ mi- lo he delivered, to the City Cleric
Has    Ever    Known."���Chicago    Inter-  ffltllid   the   time  hereinbefore    speci-
j: For the past few weeks we hav,
been busy opening up and
marking New Fall
Goods
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AN  OVERWORKED  MISREPRESENTATION.
The. Mall ami Empire, iu its report
ut Mr, it. L, Borden'8 speech at
Bridegewater, Nova Scotia, says:
"Another phase of his attack was
his Btatlng tbe fact thai the cost, of
the Transcontinental, which Liberals
in 1904 asserted would be only |lll,-
000,000, ii is now admitted will be
nearly  1200,000,000."
h i: quite possible thai the leader
..I tha Opposition wns misrepresented
bj Tbe Mi.il -md Empire, bul If he
was BO ii is open to him to make the
necessar} explanation of what be did
Bay. The Btatemenl be la credited
wiih making is so utterly erroneous
and Inexcusable thai under ordinary
circumstances II might safely be ignored; purporting to .-onie from Mr.
Borden al the opening of an election
campaign, it acquires a factiiious Im-
portance thai makes necessary an exposure ol' its ridiculous character.
That is clearly shown by the fact
that, as the eastern division is eighteen hundred miles long, any Liberal
making lbe assertion that it would
cost only thirteen million dollars
would lie allowing only a little over
flve thousand dollars a mile for the
eosl of construction, and this through
n rough and uninhabited country. No
Liberal speaker or writer .-ver made
���such a statement, and Mr, Borden
knows that very well. He knows only
too well thai  his political opponents
are  noi   stupid.
Tie- sum of "thirteen  million  dollars"���to  I.e more  accurate,  thirteen
lilt 11 ton      .lollars     iiu.l    nearly   three-
.luiiii i.-   flrsl  came Into the discus
sion oi  the Transcontinental railway
projed  in the House of Commons In
1903,    'I'll., person responsible tor Its
Introduction   there was   Mr,  Fielding,
Minister of Finance, and he explained
..'!.   full.,  bow be arrived al  It.    He
summed up all the c ish paj ments to
lie   nml    under the  eontracl  to   the
Orand   Trunk   Pacific  Rallwaj   t'(ini.l���r
any, and stated thai the sum above   \j
eoitloned,   handed    over  to  a  com- j 5>4
-ni  accustomed to dealing with an-   wW
itie-.  in invesi   al   three  per cent.   \j
.- annum, payable half-yearly, would      '*
���aj  , verj cent of the obligation we
'siinie under lhal  contract."   These'
ash |M. ments  are  seven j ears'  in-1
teresi on the mountain section of the
westi in  division   up  i�� thirty   tlions- j
and  dollars  a  mile,  sewn  years'  in-j
.  ei on the eosl of construction of
the eastern division, and seven years'
Interest   on   the   two million   dollars
p operlj   chargeable    to    the  Orand|
Trunk Pacific Rallwaj Companj us its
shar.   ol the cost of construction of
the Quebec bridge.   The present  values of these  surae are.  respectively,
as   follows;
Eastern   division    f) S,S53,502
Mountain  sectlcu   ....    2,334,573
Que ec   bridge          324,246
them     as   a   "Special"���viz: j Ocean.
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1".  cents  each.
Com.- early and get yours before they  are all  gone. Only",
it  limited  number.
Pr IB intlng   by   His   Own   Select   Com
pany  the Hiliarious  Comedy
Don't Tell My Wife
Presented by a Competent Cast of i';
fled.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
city Clerk's Office, City Hall) New
Westminster, Sept. 4, 1.008.
Tenders
Have you inspected our stock yet?.     In the last act Miss Haywar.l wears
I a Beautiful "Direotolre Gown."
If not, It  will pay you, for you  will
then   know   where    to  get   the   best
goods al  lowest prices.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street
New Westminster
Tomorrow's   Special���Chinese Earth.
enware  Teapots,   15c  each.
NOTICE   TO   PLUMBERS.
Prices 25c to $1.00.
Lower Fraser Ri
Freight ana Passenger Service per
SS. "Favorite
e   buv
for cash .and sell for tbe
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSEB.
Tenders are calied for the plumb-
   lng of the new    West   En-l    school
i house. Plans and specifications
Ver can be seen at the Ci . Hall.
TenderB must be made on form supplied and as noted on specifications.
\ cheque tor 10 per cent, of valui of
contract must accompany tender, tha
lame to be forfeited if contractor refuses to ae.-.-pi contract. Tenders muat
;,.. In the hands of the Becretarj ol
chool board not later than twleve
Suits
Raincoats
and
Overcoats
Cai rylng  (relghl  and passeng
ai;  points between New Westmin   ��� i
an l  .���'.-���' ham island.
I. tves ISraekmau-Ker's wharf dally
, p.m., exeept Saturdays, at _! p.m.;
ad litional trip on Mondays, leaving ai
o a.m.
ROBERT LENNIE
Secretary
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley.
Mission and way ports, with passengers  and freight.
Leaves Brackman & Ker wharf.
New Westminster, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a   in.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday,  Fri
day and Sunday at 7 a. rr,.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
it. WHITMORF., Hecretar
Returning leave Westham Island T
i -i. daily, except Fridays at 6 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
at 5:30 p.m.
noon, Monday 21st ot September, 1903.   f n TTnll     onr]     WintPV     1(llKM   nml
'jLowest or any tender X ^ 01     * cUl     aRU     VV inUJl      I . M ^-,)   ^
J now  ready for   your  inspection,!
J Every coat shows style, grace anil
j quality���all that good  taste cj
require.
P.O. Box 47-1.        Tel. 53.        Res.  429
Estimates   Submitted.
a ���
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.  tiling    at     Steveston
Thursdays and Saturdays.
Tlie--illl. -, .
Tickets to Steveston aii'A ret urn 50
cents on Saturdays only.
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FOR QUICK  RETURNS
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   l-ences,   Castings,  Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes,
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMI THING
Office  and Works*.
Tenth Street,   ���   NewWestminster
It is not every man who cares to invest a ven- J
1* large sum of  money in a Suit or 11 ercoat
Jj.
T Fur the man who gives his clothing hard service
f and yet wants style, fit and durability at a mod-
?{. erate cost, we have lines of Suits. Rainc ats
T and Overcoats at
I $10, $12.50, $15 and $4
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OUR..
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.00 and $3
oes|
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We are showing a full rang'' < - --class
tailored Suits. Raincoats and Overc a - in the
Fashion Craft brand at
*xji 10j yim&iU} $*&>*&) tp*��0\
Let us show you their supremacy
workmanship.   A visit to our store
your conception of good clothes, as il
us to have vou know them more
FOR   WOMEN
Just
compare  our
w
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SK
oes   at
jjj   $3.50 with   shoes   you 11 find   elsewhere   at
price ��� that s all we ask.
Total    111,512,323
ro this Mr. Fielding added twenty-
live pei  cent, ot" the amount charge^
against  the eastern division to cover
;i   possible  Increased interest  charge
���&.<t- io  (tig fpst  ot coustructon  exceeding    thfl esUmat *,  namely,  $2,-
213,383   ,i   total   of   $18,726,706.     To
make it pertectlj clear that the oosi
ol   construction of  the  eastern   dlvl
Blon was m.t Included In tliis summation,   Mi.   Fielding,   In   answer   ti.   a
nue.-.tie.ii   trom   .me of   the members,
remarked thai  if the Government, a>t
Uio end of the company's lease .>i lhe
completed line, should resolve to paj
the debt Incurred tor its construction
it would take over ilie road from
Winnipeg to Moncton In fuel the
cost ol construction of the eastern
division is an Investment of capital
,u three per oent, per annum, and ^\\\
not a easli payment to th>. Grand'"
Trunk Pacific Railway Company. As
the work of oonstruotlon has progressed us coet has i.o.-n greater than Mr.
Kl.-lding's estimate of tive years ago,
it follows thai the thirteen millions
and threemuartera should now be In
creased, but the Increase would nol
hi�� material, and it could not affect
the con-cot ness otherwise ot Mr.
Fielding's cont.-ntlon.--The Globe,
.00 and
the   same
? From our stock of men's clothing we h&\ ���'���'���!
f suits which we have placed on sale at $6.95 and ."A|
X    Lines ranging from $8.0(1 to $10.00 f "56.95
i^- t    Lines ranging from $12.50 to $16.00 I r $9,95
QJJ * 100 Boys' Suits to be sold at greatly redu
Ri t These have been selected from our reguk
^' * and we can recommend them to anyone looking -1
? genuine bargains.
���-.rices.1
rular stock,.
If our $3.00 and $3.50 SUot.s ar nol the best for the money th:u
ever covered a foot we don't understand the shoe business. TU*
fall styles are ready aud we're now showing all the new and correct models.
Ask tor our Blucher out, neat top, Dongola Kid Shoe tor $3 00.
It's a beauty.
REID & CO.
The Clothier!)
PHONE 442
..t..j..j.^.^..j._j..j. .j^j^.j-H'+v'-W*' v*H-%"H"M"i* v
our $3.50 Goodyear welted Vici Kid Shoes are   equa
majority of other makes at $4.50.
i   to   thi
The same applies to our ladles'  $3.50 Velour    Calf,    flood year
welled  BlUCher cut  Boots.
We are showing a large range of ladies' hifih out Patent Leather
Boots, heavy and hgbt soles, at. $3.50 a pair.
We want every woman who  ia   interested   in   moderate   prieM
shoes to make this her shoe headquarters.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
YES;
We Have a Tele
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tion io It, anil     '- |
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chestnut,  sue- J
tilled   prompt!!   "
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easy-burning   ""
have you call, of >'
���phone   will    bring   ���'
spouse.
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GILLEY
LIMITED
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
It Is reported thai .1. D, Taylor per-
t.piied freely at the meeting held at
Mi-s'.on Friday night.
J. Newsome&Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
NewWestminster
J. HENLtfj
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Family trade a V      ��ight, ndav
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T. H. SMITH
IHE CASH STORES I
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iCiTY News;
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to Agassiz I     Not I
;,lease  th'
"Old Bpi
a,, the eye, but
i    "B.  C."  and
Grand
Exposition
in the
Show Rooms
Kiciiiii the   sweetest   male
ginger   O will   be   the   at-
traotion   i i   ira house tonight.;
ke   Is i.   -trong   com-
liany In a elei comedy,   "Don'i Tell
i My Wife.'1
ilian   Rifle   as-1     Resident-      oi      Eleventh      Street
out at practice at tne i who are op to  the   presence in
on   Satur-;t|lat i���(.,,;i:    ,,; B number of undeslr-
tn(J j aides,    h. indignation   meeting |
mc  -."-.r-^^^^^R   I yesterdu    ;.r.-ninon, when  it was de-
-.,. : eid'-d t<    -    Ion the city council   de-
;,r;;"y;^^|n.andi,i, ep      ���   taken  to  re
florist.   Phone 184.    [ ^ove the nulganoe from the nelghbor.
'���    petition will be pi nted
: ers on  Monday, Sep-
^^^^^    i-aser   valley
.i over to Vlc-
i'. ni.  tor the
��� i .morrow.
������  madi
daj
House
Furnishing ���
S wire tapestry lu Floral and
Block patterns.    Reg.  90c  and
J1.00 per yard, tor, 60c per yard
Make and Lay Free.
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
,      LEE'S BLOCK, COLOMBO 8TBEET.  NEW  WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
! opposite  Lorot Street.      . hons 73. ^^^
- ar .,,,,,,. f*i|laV:_!l
. hood.    Thi
! to the  '^
ular section of the stow is to be round  the largeat
assortment of ready-to-wears In the city.   No mat-
your tastes are,  we are able    to  suit  you satis-
I	
Vomer",  Suits  from   .
Vomer's Coats,  from
Vomen's  Skirts   from
$15.00   to   $45.00
$4.75  to  $28.00
.   $4.50   to   $20.00
.all  game   played     at!
...  -i afternoon
lined by H. Ryall tembei
n ou1   ��� wenl.'      (>n>- "���  ' ''���'    "       -'''   **''"''  ,;!  '    '
ada, Mr, Hillis   o   To 01 to, who is a
represents   ve ol   lie I    M. Cartridge
compan    ind ol   lie Remington Vrms
Co., will    -  al Moo       <, !'' ������
in position afternoon    al   fou   o'clock,  when he
will  give   in  exhibition of fan.
accnrati     ' ooting.    In   addition    to
...  Sat-
.,,:.      with   the
iced ^^^^^^^
,-..    ���.      -���  ei
,. rating  exhi
Colu
urda*
;ers
f he    -
Ill
Foi ��� Bowers  poi plains
or bouquets   i ��� ���    Da*-���  & Son,
fi iris *��
Tl - tain   in   the  centre
of the reservo Queen's park was
i lit up yester la    ���     ning  fo   the first
thirty-five 32-candle power lights
being nee of the lights
shining   hrough tl ol the hun-
ls very pretty.
:Ouncil   meeting   this
evening      -.       lohns on   proposes toi
call attei     a to the ( ass on Colum-
.   -    h ill, and
. leared    for   some
yards he b >ard ol works men,
: , .       the -ii .    a good appearance
br. McGulre made an attempt to use
his umbrella on Pat Feeney. but was
prevented. N'o Impartial man can say
thai the Westminster boys did anything they Bhould uot have done and
'I Qltford and the other players,
well   as  Trail       Mahoney   soughl   to
. ;.   ih       Vancouver officials
i.v   length   they   withdrew   from   the
Be] i   of  pla:    after   many  hot  things
i .-ii
a well-km i. Vancouver athlete,
George Paris, trainer ol the V. A C
threw .1. Peenej and 0> Swanson over
. nee (or a    '-murk made to him
6   m.ni   Z2   sec;   Vancouver,   Cowan.
., mlD   :,;, 8ec;  E. Murray. 3 min. 30
8ec.;  Westminster. Bryson, 2 min. 34
G   Rennie, 6 min. 30 sec.
Third  quarter���Westminster,  C.  P.
Latham, 15 min. 26 boc, Spring, 3 mln.
15  seconds.
Fourth    quarter���Westminster,    U
Turnbull,   34   see     1   mm.   21   sec. 9
mln..  Spring, ���- min- 1 sec;  A- Turn-
���,;.,.   _  sec    Spring, 1 mm.
M.. Hl       Th.   game ultimately resumed and the
visitors scored four times before the
finish.
teams lined up as  follows:
W.    minster Vancouver
\   Gray      goal      OibtwM
b   point .... McConaghy
T  Gifford ...  eover-p't -AV. Matheson
JaGifford   1st def Ronan
T  Rennie  -   - -  2nd def Clarkson
3rd def Springer
smashing claj birds at will,
will perform the difficult feat of
throwing wooden block in the air,
picking tip his rifle and shooting a
bullet into the block before it com-
iii.-iie. cen3.   Al] trap shooters
are exi ���        to be on hand to witness
this   exhibition   and   receive   pointers
on  the  advanced   methods    of    trap
shooiih
Th.- Bl     quarterlj rallj of the New   G   Rennie ...
Westmin t<    Union of Christian Kn-   '<' >'��� "��l'>" ������������ C6ntre ���������,-��� V.Green
deavor  will   be  held  this evening  at  C. Spring .. 3rd home .. O. Matneson
Ithe Wes    Ei     Methodist church, and  P- ^tham .. 2nd home ..Longfellow
all   ib. ocietles  are  giv-| **- Turnbull .. 1st home .. E. Murray
'ing up '  - -    ings in order to at- L-   Turnbull     .   outside   ....   Cowan
tend.    The  program, which is  slated  ��������� Bryson . H. R. Godfrey
follows:   Song'    Referee-R.   K.  Cheyne.
Penalties.
First  quarter���Vancouver, Green, 3
mln ,   Ronan. 3 mln. Westminster C.
(liilbraith. 3 min.
Second quarter���Vancouver, E. Murray, 20 min. Westminster, T. Gifford
5 min., twice; Galbralth, 20 min.
Third quarter���Vancouver, Ronan, 3
min. Westminster. T. Gifford, 5 min.;
Feeney, 3 min.
Fourth quarter���Vancouver Springer
Foi -.-ven     rot -ned     house,
i      room,   pantries,   cloBets,   wood-
.   .��� n  lagi    i    ise;
trees     n full lot.    For furl
��� i owne
Special Display of Fancy Goods j
r stock  of  l.-ili' s   .������'".    ���  a;
., ;, tavlted to inspec "l
Belts   Hand Bags. Neck Ruchlngs and Scarfs    W,
agnlflcent collection-    these novelties and among
HI.   A.
iVal     sash and door fad
T      ra -  In   pari   of the frame-
nd    va cai loads of mach n.
Mi    W:i!sl:  hopes
idy to take oi dei s in two or
... ui | il on additlon-
,    nlsh th    v
service; opening prayer, Rev. A. E.
Hetherington; hymn; Bible reading.
11. O. Lan - .1 ., Mrs W. T. Reid;
.ell: ��� - -   Study,  Its  Needs and
li Rewards," Rev. John MacKay, D.
D.,   prini ol   Westminster   Hall,
Vancouver; duet, Misses H. and "E.
Crake. ion, Miss Myrtle Mack:
offering Mr. Bourne; recitation,
ing  maie wit'i   Miss G. Diamond; hymn. Mizpah ben-
192 Eighth
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vy    h    Barraclough, j g
Judge of Play-Lionel Yorke.
Umpires   -F     Murray   and     C.     A.
Welsh
Tlme-keepers-Ald. Johnston-and R.
Douglas.
Summary.
Firs,   qn Vancouver,   E. Mur
ray. 1   ml. :   Westminster, J.
Bryson, ���'��� min. 3   ���'
Hpcond    quarter-Westminster.    C
pring.  2   min. 2S sec:   A.
Turn
Accommodation
Wanted!
To accommodate all the guests who
will visit, the city during Exhibition
time, it is desired that all householders prepared to offer accommodation
at reasonable rates will leave their
addressee with Ewdarfl Hoult, blllet-
agent, at the City hall, where all
Information  can  be  obtained.
\'.!-'.K.   GARRETT,
���    i. of Billeting Committee
Hand Bags from
Umbrellas  from   ���
Bets from
' i
And something  useful.
. 3C
t 0     % '   -' '���
$1.00 to $20.00
15c to $2.00
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T. H. SMITH
,1 whai '     * - ,",',,
bu. ��� -    ,  .;.,;:r,;e.
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Canadian-Mexican   liner   Oeor
Igial     erth  I   it GlUey Bros   whar
01  much    interest lo  the
of
Death  of George   Ma;
he  -1 has  'i'i   i
of 'il, of Gi oi gi   VI icl li
Aberdeenshire,   Scotland.
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residence ol   his  familj   a    Sunbu s   J
He ;s sin vivi - 'i i
of Butterfleld and Mackle, Robert and ���
William.    The funeral wil dace ���
tomorrow   afternoon   to   the   Oddfellow.* cemetery  leaving Murchle's pallors at   2  o'clock.    Rev.  Mr.  Hen lei
I sou  will  officiate,
$1
Headq
HOME OF THE HAT BEAUTIFUL
uarters    for   Women's   Ready-to-Wear
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VANCOUVER SUPPORTS     |
SHOW BAD EXAMPLE:
A CRATE
The Last of the Season
Tender for Church
.   ��� ���f   visitors    who   went   ov<
..,,���   broughl   a  large cargo,
' .  hnrrelS of ccni.n
���, rs;*torShewir-
-     . .     r three days.
.  ���   eting ot labor men of this city
. ,���   i this week for the purpose
��� :;:.;:,.1. -, - ^��*nit, ot ^      	
i cand  1li"!!;1-    "I:;*"���    more,    showing
' ; .-  ���rr.  -I,   once more something of champions,,!;,
meeting wni his  form.
iH^H^^B_________________Hai Wh�� Home   Officials
That you should have the very be- [rom th��� east, and .   on resumlng Lea Turn
attention.    Now,  we are not doctors.   -.-   ^ ^  ^ ,     ,m,���ed,a^       ^   _  ^
to tne proper course to pursue.      . ^    ^^^ ^^
IMPORTANT
When You Are Sick
(Continued from Page One.)
face,    There  was  no  fight,  although
Archie   McNaughton  also  interferred.
B( lore the close of the quarter West-
THE
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Public Supply Stores ���eo^adams
Prop.
Phone 92.
_aa    .. Mew   Westminster,   B.  C.
Columbia   Street.        New    �� *
|t<  ���"*~*-**_~__*gg^_f
���^^^^^^^^^^^^*^1
ive   ii is      .en   granted
We - -...inster   Boys'   I rlgade
Co i   to use the  local drill
drill     urposi a   on each
trom 7 to
to   New
(No    i
ball   fin-
Friday   eve-
iTenders are heTebj   called   for the
or  onlyi   Of   St   Albans
���..���,���. Bu     ...    Plans  and    spccitl-
���      ,      ,    ,...,,   I offices of B. C. 	
k-     . ABSOciatlon,    New Westmin-   "���"���   we   M.0fess to be.   It's not-
""                      ' be '" b5 3U ��f��t  " s     sa  to   prescribe,   we  prefer
���     23rd     """'   ��r        ,;..,,������  .J-, do  that.    Where
���  ;-f .-Ss we come in  Is  when  you   want    the,
��� -y��� :    'liiinnyyy
 cure.   Our   dutj    I. plainly to   gWe
--        -a ..iv  aint the doctor orders,
[Tenders for Peed  U -^^aitty, this is where
  the  Honor of .be druggist Is tested
Tender, will be reeeived hy the un-  To put. it mildly, the druggist WhoM.i       De ul regiment
,   Monday, tbe aut inst,' not honeel vrtth    the    ridl���!���   *<���� | ma���ding   detachment
apply of Hay, Oats Bad grace to the profession,    we
Bran'    thi   Corporation tor one y��*. fill your next prescription n
-ed i   ivered  to order.    The!whil, doctor writes It, and we P���
I.".- i. or ans tender not necessarily our honor that you win ��e
tccepted deal as to correctness.    m,aht>    an
rl,re.     we   have   been   ���^t-"'"
���   hA^mees here and aie wllUns
   year:, in business no..
Hall, Sept. 13. 1908. to  he judged  hy our  record.   B J
  - cannot attord to pay for yotum diche
We will supply same free   of chari.
^	
ii>u6_c_-a,      Jimmy Gifford and
Green  rolled on  the ground  near the
i lacrpsse    club  dressing    room.     McNaughton rushed out and fn a moment
in dozen players, were on tin- ground.
HI
e
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"-"j'"":;s:,y^���������\li^^^**��***%\\
'���    *��..l    ^.^tpaare!* .____..����� ***     IS
V   O'clock.   The dates are I
^   hv   ,he   officer  com-
be  arranged
W. ...
DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
,  1008.
W.TSpSan
Hurrah
They're
Off!
Everyone loves a good race horse, but did you ever think
of the possibility of the loss of your horse, w.iether it is a race
horse  or   not.
QOOKSLEY'S
: Pictu
re
POSTCARDS
CURTIS'
LATE   WITH   J. A.   LEE
BegB to announce that   he   is
now ready to undertake all
..i.iU of upholstering, etc., etc.,
at the lowest prices, saving by
middleman's
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
M
J. G
r
ARK NOW.ON   SALE AT
MOREY'S  STATIONERY  8TORE.J
GAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN, and
P;a.-can give you better_ v��h^
-  ., -,  Japectacles  than others.
MACKENZIE'S  0I.UG STORE,       specialty of this ����*���
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison ii
Dally Newt BlocK.
New Weetmlneter. Phone 388   ��� ���
�����
|  can  insure your race hor*,    your   Oliver,    or   your   worK
..    in   a   reliable   Canadian
h0rses  against  death  from  any   cause    in   a     e ^
company.-The    British   American,    noted     fer
If you
prompt payment of losses.
T   .__J.
They   ineure all   kind, of live stock at low rate,,
are intereeted, call, write or phone.
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t-Hni'I'I"H"H"H!nH4
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ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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PAGE S1J
TIIE DAILY NEW&
MONDAY.
iE?TEMBER
SUNDERS AND SCANDALS
CANNOT WIN ELECTIONS
FOR CONSERVATIVES
(Continued from Page Two.)
n )��� , .un ! to an., transaction betwi ��� d
this government ,an i   any   * on i   .
live, who may hav   ha I some business
it Ial Ions with anj  department
Tories  Favored  Speculators
Have the people oeen Infoi nnd   by
the Conservatives, who criticize    the
land policy of   the   presenl    government, thai   the   former   Conservative
government voted   for    railways    no
less than 66,1 ,000 acres, by way of
subsidy, and that the Liberal govern-
m ii! bas never voted one acre for
such purpose?
Do the people know thai this land
ai the small valuation of $1.50 per
acre, a sum far below Its value, means
that property of the people worth
$99,000,000 was given away by the
Conservative governmenl for nothing
to corporations'.'
The people are reminded  thai  this
land would give a homestead of 160
acres each  to 411,nun    farmers,    and!
provide a. living for   a    population   of
2,009,000 souls!!
These lands were locked up by the
Conservative Governmenl in the interests of railway corporations and kept
from sale until the industry of surrounding sellers gave them a value
which enabled the railways to sell
them at high prices.
When accusing the Liberal Government of not keeping the land for the
settler do the Conservatives tell these
facts to the people, with the additional
fact that the Liberal Government has
'never given one acre to a railway since
coming into power?
Judge Between Power.
Do the Conservatives tell the people
that in eighteen years they only gave
9,952,840 acres to homesteaders, and
that in twelve years the Liberal Government has giv.-n 35,501,600 acres
free to actual homesteaders settled
upon the land?
Mow about the land for the settler?
The Conservatives gave the laud to the
corporation, the monopolist, and the
land was kept vacant until the- hardworking farmer near to it made it
valuable and then another hard working farmer had to pay big juices out
of hifTiJai-d-earn,-a savings to acquire
from a grasping corporation what the
Government should have given him
free.
Do the Cons, n atlves tell i he people
that ihe o.i,i numbered sections were
reserved by them for eighteen years,
as land grants for railwaj corporations i
- -. �� i re iii no inn ry i.i select their
land, bi caus ��� after si le. ion they heme lia ile to pro. lm ial and municipal taxation?
Land for the Settler.
Do the Consi rvatlves tell the people
lhal ib ��� Liberal Governmen Insisted
upon the land being select, tl and thus
\ lui ed Borne 30,0 10,000 acres to be
it1 own ..pen -(. si ttlemeni. of v.hich at
li . t 20,001,0 - teres are among thi
n osl ai :t de land '" the \V< si'.'
What did the Governmenl .1.. with
I eir land which ('ons irval Ivi o! c;
bad tied up for a generation?
Divide them among the suppoi tei a ol
the Government,  members of Parlia-
��� ��� nt,  Senators and  defeated  candid-
ati s as the C nservatives did v. tii the
ii.iib.-r land?   .No.   The odd numbered
tion. were thrown open first to aet-
l . .   ii mi   ' aders and next for sale ai
p. !������ i  acre, a  prlci   fixed   >:   sita  it
-   -i-   i    i i settler, who musi   pei ���
ettlenien    dut\   and   . on
ib.   land.
Can th   i 'ei.       .,   -. es    ,    iin  their
��� ������      mt th    land hns nol    . en re-
1   -.���        i .   ���'. ;   iii   fai e  of the
��� 1.000 acres are un. ���   i
ci pain -.    ..   homei I. idei -  pui   on   by
thi   i.i ��� -     .m /ernment'.'
. an It be successl 11 co ended that
li ��� setth - b;..-- not : een carefully con
' ered .and his inten sts guard? I when
It ;-��� ,"in.nib..|.-d tba.t the thirty million a. ri i of land released from the
' barge placed upon them years ago
bl Cons, natives have been set aside
exclusively for settler, by the present
Q. v.-rnment ?
Slander That Failed.
The charge that the land has not
been given to the settler, but tha speculator, Is a slander, and as such it
should he denounced hy every honest
man in the country, and as such
will be denounced by the men of the
West who are on the land, and who go1
it from ii Liberal Government.
Tho. charge of extravagance has no
Bdore foundation upon which to rest
than the other charges. In 1S96 Canada
was Struggling under a burden of debt
heaped lip by the Conservatives of
$118,000,000 In eighteen years, and a
revenue which would not. pay running
cvponses. The people Inrned out of
rnw-er the Incompetent men who had
plundered the public domain for (heir
own selfish interests and handed over
millions of acres to rich corpoiations
j so thai they might sell them to the i
farmer and become richer. The reins
oi office were given over to the Li ier-
l.als who promised either to reduce the
expenses or increaae'the revenue. Thej
I did  more than thej   promised,    'they
increas. |  thi    nue, conducted the
departments more economically ithan
ever before, and reduced the rate ol
taxation 13 per ecu: all round.
Liberals Brought Good Times.
Then g. od inn's appeared, Cana la
.-liter. .1 i,. 'ii ;i pei in i of prosperity"
unexam] led In the nislory of the country. Trade became, vitalized and ln-
cn ased from $230,000,000 to $65 1,060,-
10 was reached! The public debt was
only slightlj increased to meet the cost
oi iiie great .National Transcontinental Railway,
Can a few discredited politicians,
whosi verj leader described them as
traitors, i xpect to gain power over the
Liberal Government with a record Buch
us this? u
Quite Impossible
i'.,:: Poster, who was dlscarder by
his leader in 1896, described its Judas
Is.min- by his iiiii.v press, condemned
by the Toronto News, Montreal Star,
and Halifax Herald, all Conservative
papers, as a man unfitted for public
-nisi, found guilty by a Royal Commission of gambling with trti i funds, a
man whose private life will not bear
investigation, expect to be given a
high office by the Cana lian people,
because he preaches slander, repeats
scandals which have been exploded,
and cries extravagance where there
is none?
Will the people welcome to rule
over them Messrs. Fowler, Lefurgy or
Bennett, who used their positions as
members of parliament to secure land
from a railway corporation cheaply so
that they might sell them at a big
profit to the struggling settler ln thel
Nortnwest?
Will Messrs.Haggart or  Bergeron who
got timber limits free from the Con- \
servative Government, which they sup-!
ported,   be   given   another   chance   to
take a cheap  slice of the public  do-!
main?
Will Sam'l. Barker, the man who
when Conservative organizer, arranged
with Pritcbetl, an election crook, a
niitu described by the judges as a
perjurer, and a liar, that in exchange
for a false affidavit he should be im-:
inline from punishment, be accounted
worthy of a place In the confidence
of the people?
Will the men whose deeds when in
office brought .'.own upon them the
condemnation of the English press
for grafting and electoral corruption,
be other than they weie. Bhould the1
people return them to power? N'o.
They would be the sani . and may be
worse, but the people of Canada have
iio. lost confi I. io-'' in Sir Wilfrid
Laurier and his Govi rnment, i nd thej
will be returned to power !> a handsome majority.
I Liberal Convention i
Canad
ian Pacific Railw,
���Htlth
M
A Convention will be held at New
Westminster,
i
.ynopsis
of    Canadian     North-Wett
Regulations.
TIME T
!
__^_   ABLE
.      SKASWAY ROUTE
'Him
WEDNESDAY,
(the aSecond day of
ept. 30, 1908,
*
the Provincial Fair),
1 b j..in
in the Hardman Hall, at 2 p. ra., for the purpose
ol* nominating a candidate in the interests of the
Liberal party.
Primary meetings are to be held between the
22nd and 30th of September.
Each district association is entitled to send
one delegate for every fifty voters.
Credentials to be signed by the president and
secretary of the different district associations, or
the chairman and secretary of primary meetings.
I
Homestead
v    even numbered section of Dominion lauds in Manitoba,  Saakatch- J Feptemb.
SS.and Alberta, excepting 8 and ie. VANCOU*
not reserved, may be homesteaded by]
aro person who is tha sole head ol a
family, or any  male over  IS year,   oi
age, to the extent ot one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Application   Tor   entry     must . be
,, ,, p ' |n person   by   tlie  applicant at
���  Domini m  1-unds Agency    or    sub-
ftgencj   for the district  in which the cept Wedi
iand ,', situate.    Entry by prosy may,,    VANCi
However,  be made at an agency on     Ste
certain conditions by the father, moth-1 a.m.
" ] for Seattle.
VICTOR,*  Bc
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VANtOUVER /iCTORu.    .
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daily B ^a.J
11 ;u ;' ��* *_fl
Prim
J. W. MacDonald, President,
W. J. Cunningham, Secretary.
New Westminster Liberal Association.
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A Prop in Prices
Smith's Sodas - 25c per tin
Preserving Peaches, $1 crate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals, $1.35 doz
Jelly Jars,     -       -     50c doz
'See those 10-piece Toilet Sets
at $2.75
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an ;mending homesteader.
Tiie homesteader is rejuired to perform the homestead duties under one
of the following plans'.
ll) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land In
each yonr for three years.
(Jl A Homesteader may, if he so
ii-.-iiis, perforin the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely hv him. not less
than eighty (80) acres In ejttent, In
the vicinity of his homustead. Joint
ownership in land will not meet this
requirement
(ill If the father (or mother, if lhe
father is deceased) of a homesteader
Dus permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
thau eighty (SO) acres in extent, In
ithe vicinity of ^he homestead, or up-
; on a homestead entered for hy him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his owu residence duties by ,
living with the father (or mother).
(4) Tne term "vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more tlwin nine miles in :
a direct line, exclusive, of the width
of road allowances crossed in the
measurement.
(5) A   homesteader   Intend,ng     to
perform   hiB   residence   duties   in   ac- j
cordance with the above while living ,
with parents or on farming land own- i
ed  by himself must notify the agent
tor the district of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing musl I
tie given to the Commissioner of Do- !
minion  Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent
W. \v. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
N   I).���Unauthorized fjhllcatlon    f
I this   advertisement  will   noi   be   paid
, for.
SEATTLE
Royal
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to,- Seal er*��
WESTMIN-     ���   ;  v;ctoria
S'8' I leave Victor
New Westn     ������ every w|
U'av''s tmlnster on A
nesday. ",
WEST   COAST rquTl
SS  Tee,
Leaves V.    .: i, n ,ua ,_.      .
aud 20th ": :   nth for C1(X
MosquUo Hai  oi  and way PW|
of each month for
ports
Quat;
P��i
^^^^^ Quatsino ^ _
20th of eacb iumthfor^
n"- c : '    ' " andwayJ
VANCOUVER-NANAIMOl
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver i;20
i except Sunday.    Leave
I 7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO. .  nasj,��
COMOX-UNION    R0UTL
S.S. City of Nanaimo,
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 y,']
; rives -Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday ij
' arrives Victoria 9 p, m.
: RIVERS  INLET, VAN ANDA,LUf
ETC.
S. S. Queen City,
irom Victoria 8 p.m. every We<
' day. form Vane - iv�� r 10 a.m. toil
and interme Hate points, Returi
Vancouver Sunday afternoon;YM
Monday morning, via Ladysiii
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE,
S.S.  Amur.
Leaver- Van. mvei L'nd
every montb ai 8 p.m.
V,* RIVER,
lieaver���
From   New   WestmiMte
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chllliwa
and Satir I
.-.'. ial
we are selling
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
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CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
.flVUQ'UQlScy^Ga
KICKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD OOUNTRT
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF.
PICE,
N .* saillnc3 of tne i-mpresses
Sept. t and 18.
For   resprv ,'* ���
rill or addres3
ET)
Agenl, ! ���'*!
.   ��� coni
;,sst. Oen. Pas .     ��������
.'.. TROUP.
General s ., i '1ll
For  other
apply to
dates  and   particulars,
Mail Service
It. *:a''! Hi
ED.
Phone 97.
GROCERS
OOTTLET,
C. P. It. Agent.
net jiu vol's
HAUMt *muk
ITS NONBHlJIlt
fTtU���MMU
ILL
FOR SALE BY
SPICY!
via Hunting
���1*4
AKUMAN
hU
\  Hardman.     A. James.   J, McCUighan
PLUMBING
and   1-iEATBIViG
Front Street    Trust BW
Notice
Pure Spices in  1 -4 lb. pkgs.
Guaranteed
full strength and weight. Money returned if not better than any you have
.rm
At.
Ryall's Drug Store
  Wfc   MEAN   IT
Notice is hereby given that the Vancouver Power company, Limited, has
this day deposited iii the Land Registry Office at ihe City ot" New Westminster, British Columbia, the plan
and book of reference of the West-
mlnstec-Chllliwack Railway Extension
irom a poinl at or near lots one and
t two, city block four In the City of
New Westminster, to Ah otsford pass-
lug through the Municipalities of
Surrey, Delia, Langley, Matsqui and
the townsite of Abbotsford in the
District of New Westminster, being
section one, two and three of said
railway, us s-hown on the said plan and
approved and sanctioned by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
ilie Province of British Columbia.
Daterl Miis 7th day of-Am-iist. A. D.
1908.
A. E. BECK,
Solicitor for -the Vancouver Power
Company Limited.
FLOUR
and FEED
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Dispatched by  C V
a.m.; close C:^'-
Sumas and Seattli
dally.
Millside  No,   1,
day;   Sapperton  No.  1, i-
Sunday.   Mall    -    ��� ��� 'W:1*
Dispatched  b)   B. C, Electric i^
Co., 6:30 a.m.
Vancouver, No   I, dail.eiWP-
day's.    Return -   ;""11H
Vancouver,   N       ���  a"
I......    . los.
cept Sunday.
at G:31 p.m. .,
Dispatched by C. P. B. train IJ
p.m., mail cl       at m'i
     Calgary -.couver,
THF. TRAIN OF  i��AME P. R. Orst mail)
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD. at 10:30 a.m,
Embodies the newest   and hrst ideas     q,  p  1{  ^0      ';"0,
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.       ,'    *    ' ,,,._, C��T"
and   LUXURY.     It  is   lighted   with!01 b'uon' " . ,������ ffetttj
both   electricity   and   gas;,   the   most  U"""180"    ""'
brilliantly   illuminaud   train   in   the Junction, Lytl etrau��j
world.      The   equipment   consists   of Haney going i
private   compartment   cars,   standard!     Sapperton,   No     ���  M
16 section  sleeper.-., luxurious dining | Coquitlam, daily '��� "''.."'J
DOB
WHEN  GOING EAST
<\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
blight Trams Every Dav in thr Yei'.
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
N'O, Sf
Return mail rec*
'*
oar, rtclining chair cars (seats free). | turn mail received at 10:3
j modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li-
I brarjr and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
1 further  information  call   on  or  write
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
I        730 Second Avenue. Seattle. W*sb
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED'MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
Trade Mark*
Designs
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Anrnnc (.ending a .ketch ��nd <lPdr.1pt.nn ni��T
quickly B-Ceruln our opinion froo *Ii��i.linr ��n
Inrenll'in It probalily pniii.itnl.l_. Oiminmi.tca-
tl,m__trlutl��C(.iillclciillHl. HANDBOOK on 1'ul.l.U
���ent free, OMeil hat.no* for f.'ii.rin^ i.al.'.iin.
I'l.ii'i.if taken tl.rouith Munn a Co. noelr*
ipielal notice, without chnrno, in tha
Dispatched by carrier 1
Tlmberland, Si .wberryBi"
days and Fridays   Return
ceived Tuesdays and Hliia.
All down rlvi c ,  -��� *
except. Sunbury.
Sunhurry, Mondays
and Fridays: leaves " a' '
Dispatched by carrier, i." ���
Dispatched by 0 N- Pyler,.,n, ���
To southern    poin��.   d8""  '
Sunday.    Return mal
Clayton, TueBdaya
Mondays, Wednosdaj
Tynehead.    Wednesday 0
days
an*
vLaVaotfl
ill 11 P' *'
.and 'f"u1
a and Si��l
w. dnesdays
Return mail
K. .rain. ?��l
imekl. r*
prairie.
Scientific American.
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A bJHirtPomelT llluftrnt. .1 wiciily.
eulati.in -it any wicniltic ...nn
On>��.i.��,*'���''.'. �� ���.���Mipostage 11
all nowwlealem
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niaf  IOI
���eimic;.    Bold ty
oittiB��t,,, NewYorH
,ui.i_ Ojboo, m r bi^ VfaiuiagwnJ u a
Seattle
(all
and Fridays.
Dispatched by (:
Cloverdale,
Hazel mere,     Hal
rord, Blaine and
in  Washington  aud
1-nlnts  in eastern
cept Sunday.   ^m.%^
nt   B.30   p.m.   i-:': *'
ucd Saturdays.
BOUtU,
states),
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COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and    RETAIL
^tiN 1 D M D_f\r\
The best Laundry  .oap
Sunlight Soap
HERS |
COLUMBIA
STREET
phono 101
Phone 101
AT
THE
New Westminster (Opera House
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B. c.
Under the  Auspices of Ladles' Auxiliary   Royal   Columbia.   Hospital.
MONDAY and TUESDAY Nights, Sept. 28 and 29^"
THK BEAUTIFUL
MUSICAL FAIRY SPECTACLE.
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lank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��.4,<.00,000.<X*
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
L     ltird,in!u.ut Canada and Newfoundland, and   In   London,   England,
[��'��� York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
eral Hanking Business TransacfvL
L   of Credit issued, available wltL correspondents in all Darts ot the
World.
i     Bank Department.     Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
ani Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate)  added
four times a year.
Asiets over $168,000,000.00.
��BW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D.  BRTMNER. Manag*"-
DON'T
put oil  :ill  to-morrow what you can do to-day.
Deposits  may he made or withdrawn by either of the
two members ot a household.    This form of account Is
specially  suitable for  those  living  In the country,    as
.    .���   member can attend to the banking when in town.
.-,. of death, tii.. money maj  be withdrawn by the
or  wi-limit   delay or cost.   Write or call for further
ilars.
INTEREST  ADDED   FOUR  TIMES  A  YEAR.
ll..iii.. Savin;...  Banks,   in   large,   medium    ami  Bmall
: irniahed on   . ipll. ition.
General   Banking Business Conducted.    Collections are
.-    and   Satisfactorily   Made.
Wm \ -��� . '��� ���' *y   '��� ��� ���   -;'->; ���_#'
S_V ;     i^^TS
"THE   PIXIES
9*
By W. A. Milne, author o�� "Alladiu." etc. Given by hotm
the personal direction of the author.
tali ni under
A
250���YOUNG LADIES AND CHILDREN IN CAST���250.
in grotesque and beautiful costuming, representing Pixies,
Brownies, Goblins, Insects, Monkeys, Pickaninnies, Fairies, Butter-
flles, Flower Girls, Pages. Amazon   Guards, Japanese   Maidens,   Etc.
TWO  HOURS OF  FUN  AND FROLIC IN  FAIRYLAND.
Pnces���25c to $1.00    Sale opens   Thursday   morning,   September
Ryall's Drug  Store.
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| New Westminster Opera House |
FRIDAY, SEPT. 25 ��
lh,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
H.   H
THE   SEASON'S   EVENT 1
FKAZEE'S  PIQUANT  MUSICAL   MIXTURE
Capital and Retarv* /rco,pn-_..'.-_. T?taJj^'H	
$8,290,000 ,869 $47,400,000
HANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
DO IT NOW---DON'T DELAY.
New Wkst min ster Branch.      f.  B.   LYLE,   Mgr.
COAL
ISLE   OF   SPICE!
*��        Book and Lyrics by Allen Lowe and George E   Stoddard.    E
��� ited and   impllfled by Frederick Rankin,   author   of   "H
�� -The Gingerbread Man," eic.    Musk- by Paul   Schindler   and    Ben
+ Jerome.
q Twenty   Song   Hits and Unique  Dances.    The   Peer  of ail   Musical
% Comedies.    The  Original   Production   Company   of   Sixty   Peopl. .
��� AMERICAN    BEAUTY   CHORUS.     ���
5   Positively    the    Greatest,    Prettiest,    Singing,    Acting    and    Dancing  ^
��� Chorus   Ever  Organized. ^
��� ENTIRE   PRODUCTION 9
��� RICHLY STAGED HANDSOMELY GOWNED O
8 CLEVERLY ACTED PERFECTLY PRESENTED 5
Q         Prices $1.60, $1.00. 75c and 50c.    Seats on Sale Sept. 22.                    ^
o*o*ooo**o*oocx_>*oooo-oo^^
<*-����OI Ins    Of   1 ni-.-riuliuy    lit    l*>rfor__��
mice ....   Hunt hie Work.
"When people- fall into tho habit ol
���rendering whether they have don.
routiiifl things it is high time fur them
to consider the advisability of a rest,"
uld a physician, "There is no sur��
���Ign, to my mind, that the system is
becoming overtaxed than this feeling
���f uncertainty.
"1  was staying  with a friend th*
Other  night���spending  the  night  with
him,  In   fact,    lie's a   runt,  whom i
I know pr.-tty  well, and I  thought at
j dinner and thrunu'li the evening, from |
I �� tittle nervousness lu his conversation j WANTED-
. and   manlier,  that   !5��ipj,'i*  weren't  alii    hotel.
I right  with   him,   but   I    vasn't  abso \
j lutely convinced till bedtime approach
I ed.    We were sitting  up.tuirs In his
| study, his family  having  retire.!, aud
1 he asked me to excuse hiiu while hi
I saw  that  the  house  wa* locked   up
It was a still night, and I _ould follow
1 his progress around the va.lou.. rooms
on the tirst   Hoor.    Ue see.neB to me
] to be unnecessarily Itong. atd, without
being Inquisitive,   I really Uacame Interested to know   whether Le wasn't
making th" rounds twice.    Vlnally  I
heard Ilim no iuto the parlor, i moid
I ��-vas sure he had visited at le�� it once
i before.     When   he   canoe   upstairs   I
asked laughingly how many tln��s lis
' hnd seen that eaeh window waft fus-
ene.l.    But  he wasn't In a laughtn*
i mond ut all.
" It's a  funny thing, old  man,'  h*
caid. 'but I've t.een fool enough to bio*
I at eacb  window   two or three times
Do yuu know. It would strike me al'tei
1 had left a room that perhaps 1 hadn'l
put the catch properly, ou oue of th*
! windows there, and back I'd have to
I fo to TiaUe sure     Bains In there, I'fl
i txamine the oth.-: windows again   It's
; been that way fnr half a dozen nights:
! Somehow doing  these things  doesn't
am?-.-,.  to make the impression ou me
that. ..ne would expect.   This lack ot
eureness isn't confined to locking win
1 dows  either.    I   find   myself at  th*
1 office wondering whether I have given
lurh   and   such   instructions���instructions that are so much a part of m;
! dally work that 1 suppose I give then
! mechanically   and   then   rorcet  them.
Nine times out of ten 1 find everything
Is all right, but I'm not quite happy
till 1 do.    I guess I must be getting
old maidish fa my old age."
"It was my turn to De v.rious the*
I explained tn bim that his forgetful
ness all came from being overtired
From habit h ��� worked like nu automaton, doing this, tha and the othei
thing In his business or home life, but
a great number of his actions we""
without the cognizance of the brain
He needed rest and If be did not talc*
It he would breal* down.
"1 got him away from cares for ��
bit, aud th�� nest time I saw him he
laughed as heartily over the incident
of the much locked windows as I pretended to. He iioesn't know it-��� i.ut he
had a narrow escape. I'm tellll/g this
���tory tbat it may serve as a warning
In an ovorstrenroua age."���New Tor*
Pt-es* __
Lar-vm    Neftta.
By breaking open rotton logs ��ie can
And In midwinter the grubs or larvn. of
many of the -wood boring beetles, and
I bcnealh logs nnd stones near the mar-
��� gins of ponds and brooks hordes of th��
i maggots or larvae of certain kinds of
i flies may often be found huddled to-
i gether in great masnw***. The lame of
I a few butterflies also live over winter
beneath chips or bunches of leaves
near the roots of their food plant ��r Ic
webs of their own construction, whldi
are -woven on the stems close to ths
bu.ls whose expanding leaves will fur-
auh them their first meal ln spring.
cheap imported salt ��� and is much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
184 W
.,:_';_ : -'"-���,'--"_..,'..-'..,'a.��'"_.-".."*j'.^'-*.-��_.-"-j'_.>".-",.".<iuuL
\ Wanted -> Lost -:- found
J for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc. 1
*?��� ��� ,  w
-Waitress.    Apply Premier
TO LET���Two furnished rooms. Apply  "J,"  this office.
TO RENT���A furnished room, With
or without breakfast. Apply "VV,"
P.   O.   Box 30.
WANTED���A fourth-class engineer
for uight shift. Apply Davis &
Sun,   Box   14S,   City.
WANTED���.\ scowhouse, state dimensions, price, age, etc. Write It. W.
W., this office.
I FOR SALE ��� Une gentle driving
horse; will trot one mile iu 2:30;
cheap. Address "A. T.," News
office.
FOR   SALE- One   six   weeks   fresh
three year old cow. Addi..- "A. T.,"
;    New Office,
TO KENT���House on Brunette Btree .
Sapperton, modern,   five    rooms,
$15,   Apply   White,   Shiles   &   Co.,
Columbia street.
FOR SALE���House, stable and two
lots, cleared and fenced, Second
street and Tenth avenue; price
reasonable, and terms easy. Also,
two lots adjoining, nearly cleared.
Apply to George Sharp, on the pre-
,    ruises.
i WANTED���Japanese dov attending
school wants work with good family;
understands cooking; wages. Apply
to P. O. Box 545, City.
WANTED���Japanese boy or girl for
housework, dally. Hardwick, St.
Andrews street.
WANTED���Ladylike young person for
light housekeeping. Student at. college in return for board would be
acceptable.   P. O. Box 667. City.
FOR SALE. ��� "Motor launch; well-
found and fast; seats fourteen pas-
| sengers. Apply to Motor . Box M.,
New Westminster.
WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms; must ibe moderate; near
bridge preferred. Apply Post. Office
Box 732.
WESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750. Vancouver, B. C.
fennsylvania
Hacksmitns
BEST   QUALITY
I"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL j
IMAYERS y PRESTON   j Electric Railway Service j
P. O. Box.  345 'Phone   105.
|.lt UNI STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. *  * BWBWB
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
_������_��������� ������������
Manuracturtr* and Dmatat* in All Kind, ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Urge Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION 1
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
T__l a _.    _ ___. __. ial ���
telephone 12.
New Westminster
lnterurban   Line.
Cars   for   Vancouver  and
stations  will ran  every
hour   from   .V.r.U a
car leaves at 11 p.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11
war
m.
in.
half-
Last
X0.)
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Cars leave ttie depot every
twenty mfautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
cttj line.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty miiutes after
tne hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Bervice  bait-neurly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
,       \._LJ     a.aaa..
; British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
utttt�� ttt*-- ���'��*
Westminster
Transfer Co
offlce 'Phone 18s.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly
any part of t'he city.
to
Light and Heavy Haulinf
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
Important Notice
The plans, profile and estimate ot
cost of the proposed permanent improvement ot Columbia street (including a main, trunk sewer, cement
sidewalks and street paving) have
been prepared and placed on view in
the room lately occupied by the school
hoard, city hall, where they may be
Inspected during office hours by
parties Interested In this very necessary local Improvement.
N. H. McQUARBlK,
Acting City Clerk-
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
August 25  1908.
To Clean Steel Fire Iron*.
To clean steel fire irons make a
paste of equal quantities of v.*hiting
and brick dust mixed together with
paraffin. Apply this to the steel
with an old cloth and afterward polish with a leather. A piece of shabby velveteen would answer the pur-
pose as well as a leather, and such
pieces should always be saved bj
the thriftv housewife for polishing
cloth?. 	
To Remove Wall Paper.
Provide yourself with a pail of
loft lukewarm water and several
large clean sponges and soak off the
paper by dabbing it, a small space at
a time,"until it is wet through and
may be peeled ofE in strips. Then
wash the exposed wall with warm
suds to got of! the clinging past*
Finally rub dry.
Paint Stained Woed.
Taint marks on wood are often
most unsightly, but they are endured because people are seldom
aware how easy it is to remon
them. To do so spread over th��
marks a thick paste made of lime
and soda mixed with water. LeaTS
twenty-four hours, then wash off.
For Timbale Case*.
Batter for timbsle cases ��o frequently served nay be made by stir*
ring together three-quarters of s
cupful ef flour, on*-half of a tsa-*.
���poonful of salt, one teaapoonful of
sugar with a well beaten egg and
half a cupful of milk. To this add
���ne tablespooaful of olive oil.
For Falling Hairs
Crude petroleum will soon si
the hair from falling. Apnly pa-
little to the scalp every night* 'After the shampoo, which wsuld bs
with a jelly made \*f dissolving
white castile soas ta hot water ani
adding enough w a basin ol wsUf
I to make it soapy, rinse well
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEuEY   3TS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone   431. P.O.Box  835.
Bargains
Every Day
At Morey9s
40 piece Tea Sets, English China,  $4.50 to $20.00.
10 piece Toilet Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NEW things in China arriving
every week now.
Come and see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent^Train ServicejBetween
Chicago, London, W
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and theXMARI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, viafNiagara Falls.
For Tin." Tables, etc.. adHress
GEO. W. VAjX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
1    Agent. 136 Adams St.. ChicARo. 111.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDA^
:
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1
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Buck
Saws
This is the season to
cut your
CORD
WOOD
WE have a full line,
including Disston,
Shurly & Dietrich,
and other makes.
.Prices Right.
11 OLIVER RIDES ROUGH SHOD
OVER TORY CANDIDATE
(Continued from  Paj
(in.
I much doubted.    In support of his
sertlon he read extracts  from letters
: from Lord Strathcona to the effect
thai preparations for an emigration
pro] oganda in Europe had been undi i
I consideration for some years, and
thai when the time arrived Ids peo-
pli  just naturally came to Canada.
'���Laurier hoodwinked the people of
B, Oi mi connection with the Lord's
I >ay act," he explained, by way of
excusing Attorney-General BowSer"s
refusal to countenance any prosecutions for violations of the sari act,
Mr   Tavlor  .lid not unilt-rink
���a.       1 '
plain w 11 > i iio act Bhould bfl enforced
in other provinces.
Oriental   Immigration.
The speaker considered this a mal -
ter of grave Importance to New Westminster and  Vancouver,    in  the  latter city, the  four candidates in the
41 field were pledged to fight for Asia-
4  tie exclusion,   ami ho   would   like  to
*]- e the future member ror thii
���whoever he might 6e, Bide with the
' representative
.���_
lorial in your paper, you classed ni
as 'a coarse  representative,'  when  l  *%
; was nol  the man responsible at  all. ��
In  was another member who often
the rules of the House, but when you  '(\
! found o it the truth, did you apolo I:
for youi  insult?    (Deep silence from
i;.],-. t tj lor's direction,)    Did the Pro-
is- ! vinclal government take any steps to
[on <  the offending member i<> apolo-
giz       i Mi n   silence.)    Although yon
u..- so loud In your denunciations of
Lhe (iplicj   of   tha  Liberals,   you  did
ii i demand that punishment b<  visit'
i i  upon  the offending member,"
Th, ��� i iker hotly resented Insinu-
atioi il : iftinjg made at different
time 'v Mr, Taylor, and emphatii i
! tate i thai he had never not p cent
- , ,i me of .'.is being in politics,
"and that applies lo the l'iti Meadows as welll, mind you, in spite oi all
0 ex- v0U  would  say  to  the  oomvary. and
 "   Here Mr. Taylor interjected a   -
1 mark to the effect thai they were clis-
'���, ussing larger questions.
Not   Qualified   to   Act.
Resuming   Iiis   Interrupted  Ispeech,
Mr, Oliver gave it as his frank opinion that he did not think that    Mr.
Taylor was qualified to act ns the representative   of  this   constituency  In
City, j the   House at   Ottawa.    This  inform;.
lion i
lid not seem to please Mr, Ta.,-:
ANDERSON j
& LUSBY  I
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B.  C.
i
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
of Vane iuvi i in this I iqj, to
important matter. He did not hold
out great hopes of relief bj the Liberal government, but found solid comfort In Mr. Borden's airy assurance
that "the wishes of the people of B. |
C. must be respected." Exactly how
Mr. Borden will Interpret "the wishes
of the people" in the event of the
straight Asiatic Exclusion candidate
being defeated in Vancouver, was not
made clear hy the Conservative candidate.
A   little  side   excursion     into     the
Better   Terms   question,   un assertion I
that the fisheries of the Fraser river
should  I.'- administered  solely in  the
interest   of  white   fishermen,   and   a
statement that he had heard a street
rumor to the effect that the expenditure of a million dollars on river improvements was incumbent on the return of a Liberal member from New
Westminster,   and   -Mr.   Taylor  fc*ub
sided to make room for John Oliver.!
Honest Jonn
my great extent.
Is Taylor  Sincere?
-*I do not believe that Mr. Taylor is
sincere when he says that he believes
that Sir Wilfrid Laurier was guilty of
duplicity in -connection with the pass-
ing of the Lord's Day act.   Laurler's i
high character should place him above |
a  petty  accusation of this kind,  aud
there  are   few   men   in   Canada  who
would come forward with such a statement, j
Farmer  John's  next   thrust   al   Mr.
Taylor   was   in   connection   with   the]
exclusion of Asiatics from this prov-,
ince,     After   dealing   with   the   local'
situation,  Mr.  Oliver called attention
to Mr. Borden's promise that the will
of the people should govern, and contrasted this with the intense Interest
he took when the treaty with Japan
was  passed,  when he  labored  under
such   terrible   mental  strain   that he |
was moved to propound the now wide-'
ly quoted question, "Whai is the value'
of a yen?" Mr. Borden's evident dlsln-
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Before the representative of Delta I ollMtton t0 make a flat toote1 pro-
in the local House commenced speak- nouncemen1 on lh(, subject of Asiatic
lng, a number of men left the hall, ���X(,lusion> other than the meagre
but after he once commenced admin- BtatemeM lmu he would respect the
isterlng a verbal castlgatlon to the wi��� o�� U)e peop]e] aUo canu, in for
Conservative candidate, the exodus nvIK.h.nu criticism. Aml just t0 rub
from the hall was limited to two 111*-; ..   .��� (m ,he ^  M].   0Uw .....ua]ly
. mentioned that Borden had voted for
Tenders Wanted
long Tories. Taylor taking his medicine was a spectacle that few could
afford  to miss.
Mr. Oliver dealt  with  the different
subjects    Jiii,ndI..-.]   hy   ihe   previous:
speakers.   He sound;.,  rated the Conservatives   for   causing   the  spending
of vast sums of money in an attempt
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ to   prove  groundless  charges  against
  Liberals, and  called  Mr,  Taylor's attention  to the  facl   that not one  soli-
Separate   tenders   will   be   received: tary   instance   of     wrong   doing  had
by the   undersigned   'up to the 21st teen brought home.
Inst_ at noon, for the carpenter work,! Victoria   is  Worse,
plumbing   and   painting of   new   Fire      -���   dealing   with   the   Fraser   river
Hall,  to be  bull!   at  the    corner    of fishing,   Mr,   Oliver    remarked     that
First street  and Fourth avenue.          ! while fault  might be  found  with  the
Plans and specifications can be seen  Ottawa   administration,    the  Victoria
at No. 5 Fire Hall.                                 method of doing things  was lnflnite-
The lowest or any tender not neces-11'  worse.    The McBride  government
sarily
accep
ted.
\v
. A.
DUNC
City
AX.
Clerk.
City
Hall,
Se
pt.
1".
1908.
the treaty to which he now objected
f-a'apoleon   anj   the   Japs.
The despicable roorbach circulated
at   the  last   provincial  elec: ion  to  the
effect that 50,000 Japs were to be Imported for won. on the G. T.  P. was
held up as an example of the manner
in   which   Tories   won   elections.    Tne
name of the  Hou.   \V. .1.   Bowser,  at-
torney-general,   and   his    connection
with tl_es notorious Gotoh contract lol
j the   importation of   coolie   la or   foi
Ithe C. P, K. and the Dunsmuir mines,
were also introduced inio the subject
: for   Mr.   Taylor's   benefit,   but  he   did
i not   seem    to    particularly    appreciate
the reference to ono of his idols.
Gone East.
favored   the   canners     and   the   trap:    Although   ".Napoleon"   Bowser   had
combine all the time. asserted that he would meet  Duncan
Silence.  Deep   Silence. | Ross on the hustings and d -bate with
After referring to the autonomy bill I him on this Asiatic question, now that
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and
PHONE 37a
GOWEILL &  ODDY. Proprietor*
and   the   increase of indemniy to members, just by way of getting warmed
u ., Mr. Oliver made one of his char-
terlatlc onslaughts  on  Mr.  Taylor.
Th^   speaker  had   just  been   dealing
with the situation at Victoria during
a ���   session  when  the  Speaker
Fifth Avenue had    een  compelled   to  reprimand  a
member   for  using    unparliamentary
language.    Turning to the Conservative nominee, John  snid:   "In an edit-
"The man who tries to attract business with'nit
advertising is like the fellow who throws his
sweetheart a kiss in the dark. He knows what he
is doing, but nobody else does."
William Jennings Bryan
WE WANT
 EVERYBODY	
to know that the place to buy, either   for  speculation,   or   a   Five
Acre Home, where you get all City Fiioiltties is
1QUEENSBOROUGH
WATER FRONTAGE SOIL  INEXHAUSTIBLE
PLANKED ROADii INDUSTRIAL SITES
DITCHED LAND ALL CITY FACILITIES.
Call and get our Price List -it once, as this means dollars to
you.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88-109
the day had arrived, it was sigiicant
that both Bowser and McBride bad
made tracks for the east, where the
coolie question was not a live issue.
Contrasting this with si:- Wilfrid's
sweeping statement thai the treaty
with Japan would be abrogated should
ii prove unsatisfactory, Mr. Oliver
dr.-w the conclusion thai the only political party to satisfactorily han lie
the vexed question was -b one now
In  i*ower,
To further clinch his a guraents on
this subject, the speaker reminded his
audience of the arrest of two Japanese in ibis city some ni.ui'lis ago for
������nt.-ring the country In defiance of
the Immigration laws. 'yhese two
Japs were released under Mio provincial laws, they were re-arrested, and
were di ported under the Dominion
regulations. The question as to which
government was sincere in its endeavors lo restrict Asiatic Immigration could not receive a. beter answer
than this test case.
That there is not a single wharf on
the Fraser river that  has been built
by tho Conservative government was I
l another sweeping assertion  made by,
Mr. Oliver.    In this he was not cor-j
rected   by   Mr.  Taylor.
In concluding the energetic speaker
asked the voters present not to cast
a Conservative vote at the coming
election, as a Conservative govern-:
ment. would mean a reversal of the
policy of progression followed by the '
party now In 'power.
Rousing cheers when Mr, Oliver resumed   his   seii   plainly  showed   that
he had not spoken In vain, and that ln
the main the Bentlments of the .audi-1
ence wore Identical with his own.
A Plenteous Supply of
NewKi
Glo
ves!
1
We are sole agents for Reynier Gloves. Several
years experience in the selling of ^ these well-known
gloves has convinced us of the claims of superiority
made by Reyniers. Our customers know that when
they buy gloves from our glove department, they are
buying the best. If you have never worn Reynier
Gloves try a pair next time. You will be satisfied ber
yond a doubt.
Reynier, 2-clasp, Dressed Kid Gloves, at per pair
$1.25, 51-50, $1.75 and $2.00
Reynier Pique Sewn, per pair $1.50 and $2.00
Reynier Hand Sewn Suede, the best glove of its
kind made, per pair $2.00
Reynier 12-button Glace per pair $2.75
Reynier Tan Cope Kid, short gloves for driving or
heavy wear, per pair... . $1.25 and $1.50
A New Range of
Gauntlet Gloves
The popularity of this style is Remarkable. Made
in a variety of curl's with or without fringe, and
shown in heavy buckskin, suede and cape kid,
per pair    $2, $2.50 and $3
Our Ladies' and Misses'
Suits at $15.75
Are of Exceptional Value
Suits with a stylo and finish that is   unusual   In   a ''    llii
��� I ' Special lines, made of fancy cheviot in pla a coli
green, navy, brown, and hlack. Coats are semi oi tigb flttlnjl
three-quarter lengtn, lined throughout, silk stitched, with velvet
collar and turned back cuff's, neadly trimmed with bra I md button*
Skirts are plain gored, flared and with or without oa folds, il
.-;/'S       \sk   to  see   these  special Suits.
We Claim Great Superiority
Over All Ordinary Suits
���Visit  the '������''':" |
and
thro
- special lines of higher priced   Costume
50.    Those are  a'l on  display   these   days
ar department
gai ments,
nnd
the wonderful  dlspl
i   1) B"
Leave your order for
your new Fall
Hat
The milinery department grows every day, ami the orders are usually given the s.niH*���"1 must, have my hat before exhibition." To
avoid disappointment and be assured of receiving your hat when
required, select your style and place your order us -soon an possible. A new assortment of Full Flowers, Wings and Fancy Feathers has jusl been received and the novelties shown ln this lot are
decidedly popular in the eastern millinery centres. We keep in
touch with all new ideas and every few days bring some new
trimming or hat shape. ___________
W. S. Collister &
flfflEES!_E_B2H__BK

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