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 lite, Shiles & Co.
r|RE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B. C
[u MK 2, NUMBER210
1        SEP 14m7    %,~
White, Shiles & Co
'E
Phone 85
legislate A_- REAL estate
''^Columbia St.
READY 10 RESIST
bors Reach Shinobu's
hrkers, Who Arm Them-
(ves With Knives.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER I3,^(ft/c \fi i . </��v PER WEEK
TWO-CENT PLUNGER    fiffDAnfh   "|AJJDNA||CU^N^
TAILS TO MAKE GOOD
STOLEN BY JAPS     TROOPS AT TADERT
Man Who Secured $6,000,000'To  Further  Political  Ends   Columbian Cannery Workers Make De- Allied   Forces  Prepare   to
Bid on Bonds With Nerve        -..ivi nl     ��� t^  1     1        l   \\t'*.\      scent On Village and Car-     March   On   Stronghold
anese
imora of a proposed raid on
settlement at MClside
u in circulation in thai
. the pas; tew days, the
., .,,.,, men are reported to tt&ve
, earing for trouble In a way
; to the Nipponese- Chief
thi preparations are a number
guns, rifles, revolvers and am-
1; :.. recently bought in this city,
As Capital, Loses Out.
New York, Sept. 12���Something
went wrong yesterday in the- arrangements of Abraham White, ihe' "two-
cent, stamp" plunger in bond loans-
Whether nerve or cash was t ie nlinus
quality is a mystery- Anyhow, White's
hid for the eitirt $40,000,300 worth of
1 1-2 per cent., city bonds was thrown
out hy Comptroller Metz-
Publishes Glaring Falsehood With
Reference to Debate on Japanese
Treaty ��� J. B. Kennedy Spoke at
Length on Subject���Tissue of Lies
Exposed by Hansard Extracts.        j
i
The Columbian oi Wednesday print-   there is a vast different B between the
ry Away Many Maidens.       Germany Causes Concern.
The comptroller was unable to cash  ^ jn lhe moBt proxalneaxt place iu the   two countries in this conn ction. Both
a  $800,000 draft which White put up
for a guarantee of responsibility, The
paper,  >an  article  headed  "Ottawa  to ' Groat Britain and Japan have each a
Blame���Solid   delegation    oi   British' large surplus population, but whereas
knives, cleavers   and stilletoes : Greater New York Security company, > ai,uulUa members sat mum in House j Great Britain ha. plenty of outh t for
part of the warlike equip-   upon which It was drawn/at noon ask-1 oj commons whkt parliament passed ' hers in her  own  possessions, Japan
Mosl of these    weapons   are   ed the comptroller to wait three holirs  act ratifying Japane3e treaty."
has not.
the houses, as it is not' ex-   and the currency would be fortiicom-
by ihe Japs that they will be [ ing,  White  would   deposit it.    When   cja
���el  in  daylight,  but  after  they . the time of grace had expired, how
I retired- - ���   ���
! Japs have stated    to   several
men that they have heard that
itingent of  fifty  desperate  agi-
are  coming   over   from   Van-
t: some night with the inlention
Biting "'finis"  on   the career of
Drill's-- fish  packers,  and as they
a natural desire to live tint their
|eii span of three score and fen.
ire averse to this drastic action
do  not   anticipate   any  trouble
ever, the funds were not there- The
"two-cent stamp" man's chance off
profit was then wdped out-
White's "two-cent stamp" feat is
still well remembered. He invested 44
cents in stamps In 1896, and bid on
$fi,0no,0ft0 worth of government bonds
issued by Presiden Cleveland and Sec-
rotary <ef the Treasury Carlisle. He
had no capital, but was awarded $1.-
."00,000 worth of the bonds.    Russell
Sage lent him $7.r>0.000 and he clean-
New Westminster residents, Tint I ��1'1 "I1 more 'han $100,000 on tiie deal
the   Vancouver   hoodlums   that ; '
|object to-   Several meetings have '
been held among the Tapan-
Ithe nature of which is kepi se-
���om the white men-
CONDENSED HISTORY OF
TECUMSEH LACROSSE TEAM
Consequently Japan is very i
The  article itself consisted  of  the   likely to pour her surplus population       ' "'''"'    ",;!l   ;:n"'   lvl"
;jause of the treaty which give.-- Jap-   Into British possessions;  and British
am se  the  right  of entry  io  Canada,   Columbia, being the nearest to Japan,
and   a   short   Introductory   paragraph   of course has to bear the brunt of all
in which the statement of the beading this Immigration. Ii is not a very de-
I quoted above is repeated. i sirable  class  of  immigration  in  nil
',    That statement is a malicious false-   cases-   People in the east have a very
I hood-    There  was   not   much   debate j limited idea of the class of people sent
upon the question. Sir Wilfrid Lam- j to British Columbia from China, .lap-
! ler and J-  B-  Kennedy,  member  tor   an  and India    Those  specimens  oi
Xew Westminster, practically hud t&S ��� Japanese and Chinese who are seen
: debate to themselves, Messrs. Boi��en ;��n   'lie  streets  of our eastern  cities
and Reid interjecting each a couple  down here are not the .kind we com-
of questions.    Below we print a con-   Plain of.   They come here in their in-
siderable part of Sir Wilfrid's BpeeCh dividual capacities, as independent in-
[and all of Mr- Kennedy's, in whidft he dividuais, able to transact their Own
! entered a vigorous protest against the business, whereas the hordes of Jap-
! admission  of   Oriental   cheap  fai/or-   anese and Chinese who pour into Srit-
The debate is reported ln Hansard for  i��b Columbia are brought there more
Seattle. Sept. 12���Joe King, an em- Paris, Sept 12���Advices from Gaaa
ploye Of ilie Pacific Coasl Syrup com- Blanca stale that yesterday the ni-
pnnv, was perhaps fatally scalded an.i    lied  French and  Spanish  army ma Ve-
An Mills, another employe was badly a sudden and successful move'on Tad-
Injured ihis morning by failing Into dert, while the Meiers were' massed
B vat Of boiling fruit juices in the in force. The camp of the latter was
company's planl at Atlantic and Utah destroyed by bombardmenl ami the
streets, following a friendly scuffle enemy was put to flight, leaving many
between the men dead on the field-
Leo Matheney, an employe, was the ! The French lost one man killed and
I hero of the occasion. When the two six wounded-
men fell Into the vat Matheney thrust Gen. Drude is strl confined to his
his Pare arms and hands into the tent with the fever from which be
lyrup and pulled King out. Math-1 has suffered for several days, but Hie
eney's right arm was badly scalded-     j physicians say he will recover by the
after    his   end of tbe week-
rescue, ran down two flights o! stnirs !     The attitude of Germany toward the
lo the office floor where he fell ex- \ French nnd Spanish Invasion oT Mo-
haunted-    As quickly    as possible he   rocco  is  causing  the  French papers
was remove.] to the Seattle hospital   * good deal of concern.
in an ambulance-   Dr. Frank p. Gard-	
ner,   who  was called   to  attend him,   FOUND   RELICS OF
said the patients chances of recovery /_,n UNKNOWN RACE
were slight-    Mills' wounds are con-       \\w   York,  Sept  12���M- H. Shoe,
fined almost entirely to his shoulders professor oi Ethnology at Columbia
and hands and breast- While his con- university, who has returned from a
dition is serious, it is not considered   trip to Ecuador, said he had discov;.
critical.
ered the ruins of cities near the coast
which   contained   many   evidences  of
a   race  hitherto unknown  to  present
| day   scientists.     The  professor's   re-
TO CAPTIVATE AUDIENCE coast about mt* mu��. to km north,
and  about  tiie same distance to  the
(RANK FOUCHE FAILS
January 15, 1907, and a synopsis, giv-
' as slaves than anything else.    They
FOOTBALL   MATTERS.
\   Kickers Are After the Mational
Cup���Officers Elected
representative meeting of ail in-
Following is a brief history of the
Tecumseh lacrosse team which Will
try conclusions with the New Westminster team during exhibition week:
The  Tecumseh   lacrosse    club,
ing the points of Mr. Kennedy's speech | are ,)rougnt out ��W oth" i'artles nml
was printed in the Daily News of > are ��ot aWe to transact business for
January 2i>:
Sir   Wilfrid   Laurier  moved  second
leading of bill  (No. 23) respecting a
certain treaty   between  Canada    and
.,,,_,        ,.,���   go and   pick them up  individually  or
Japan-    He  said:   Mr.   Speaker,  this '
themselves. If an.v man employing a
large number of laborers, such as a
railway contractor or a factory owner,
wants a lot of these .-.ien, lie does not
J. Frank Fouche met with rather uncertain success in liis Interpretation
of literature and huniei'ous recital's
given last evening in the opera uouse.
The entertainment was produced as a
benefit for the Royal Columbian hospital and the patrons were on a par
in  the  matter of numbers  wiTii    thi
jted in  football   was  held  in tbe ; Toronlo has ,)p���n in existence about
Id of trade  room   yesterday* eve- '
.,, i  4i.,   S!,nel his fiireinan t.i i]o it. lint he--g(>es i ���    ....���    ��j������, ,V    .   ,    .   . h
of   bill  conies  from the  senate,  and  the raverage-new vvesunmi. tei opera nou.e
of   to  some   Chinese  or   Japanese   boss j eatl)erhlg.   Mr. Folu.ho can har(11y ,,v
certain  wage   the
when W. Hargraves was elected
chair.
lag the
1X   years,  having   been   an   off-snoot
of  the  old    Ontario    lacrosse    club.
years ago Mr. Lawrenca Solman, man-
object of it is to give the force
law in Canada, so far as may lie
necessary, to a treaty Of amity and
commerce which has been recently
made between his majesty the king
and the emperor of Japan Tiiv object of this treaty i.s to bring Canada
within the scope of B treaty Letween
her la,te Majesty Queen Victoria alid
���.be' emperor of Japan made in lsiri
and amended a year afterward by another   treaty-     That   treaty   provided
Tbe  following officers
l'-eted for the senior team.    F- ' Among the lacrosse veterans who have
field  captain,   Aleck- Turnbull,   had  charge of its affairs have  been
aptaln,  T.  J.   Mahony.  trainer, j Frank   Waghorne,   Dan    Rose,    Freti
new  players  recently  ar- j R()s0| ^ pete). Rnowl<_s. Ab(mt elght
ui the city who will take part
���   games this  vear are  Clarke, ,
. the Fleming Bros..    Christie,   ;l-(''' uf ,he Toronto Ferry   Co., and
'i and Arkwright-    Every one of , now  manager also of the  new Royal
has had considerable experience J Alexandra   theater   in   Toronto,  gave   tht   it  should  apply   to  both  empires
e football field in England, and   the o.ub his  financial backing at  a  with the exception of certain countries
1 prove valuable additions tothe    period   when it   was   being  run  at   a   specified-    Canada,  being  among   ihe
i heavy yearly loss.    Within a year or   countries so excepted, and it was left
���'���'������- also decides to form an In-   two   it   began  to prosper,    anl    four   to the option  of Canada  whether we
' years ago the club won  the C. I- A-   should come under that treaty or not
��� championship.    Two years ago it en-   The late government did not thtnk it
tered   the   National   Lacrosse    union,   advisable  at that   time to accept   the
and  in both seasons it  has teen tho   treaty.   When the present governm inl
I runner-up-, John Munro is now presi-   came Into  power* we took the same
de.nl.   Charles   Querrie   is   manager,   attitude.    Bul   after    the    eJhioIGon
and Frank MrCrnin is treasurer-    Mr    which  was held ai  Tokio some three
Solman,   states   thai   he    has    never   years ago, ami  at which  Canada  was
made a dollar out of his connection   represented, it was thought that there
with the club, distributing the yearly   was an opening for CanaSlan trade in
| surplus among the playrs.   This year,
i after all expenses have been paid, the
club wi.!l have a  surplus of at least
i tfii.ooo.   If the present  unresl  In la-
, I crosse circles  results  In th ��� Terum-
-. will be pitied against each       ,    ,      .      ,,     .,  ,    ., .. ,.. .,.,,, .,,
... ' . ! sehs leaving the N. 1.. V- they will .it
\hiiouBii   this  is  merely  an
a game, ii  wiii prove inter-
edlate  team,   as   it   is felt   that
is room for  such an aggrega-
hi the city.    W-  Hargraves  was
'ri  captain,  while  Harry Collier
fl i  the position  of vice captain.
���'"   i lub decided to enter the race
National  cup,  emi delegates
���ony .and Gibson  were instructed
reporl al a meeting to be held
icouver on Monday evening.
flrsl  match  ol  the season wlll
dayed    on    Saturday    afternoon,
at    two-thirty,      when      two
-.  lubbed the Possibles aiid the
und engages at a
dumber of men be requires. He does
not pay the men individually btiTpays
the boss, and he does not know whal
wages the men get or whether fiiey
get any wages at all. That is a species
of slavery winch should not be tolerated ln a country like Canada, which
makes the proud boast that slavery
has never had a hold within her borders. The people of British Colum'ia,
particularly the laboring clases, have
been \ery harshly criticised for objecting strongly to any Immigration
from these nations���for objecting
strongly to Japanese being allowed
to enter that province in ine numbers
they do an 1 also the Chinese, as they
did until a few years ago, when the
$600 tax was put < a each ClfinaniEn.
But riji any fair minded man take up
a position In any one of our factories
or sawmills al the hour Of noon oi
six o'( lock and EU e the horde'-' <;!' ;
Japanese and Chinese' or Hindus go-
ing out   from  these'  works,  let  him
south of lhe Ecuador. Somewhere
between these points and at a distance of about 100 miles Inland, be
found ruins of n city af antiquTfy. The
city, be said, had streets lined *tA
houses of circular construction,
though the dwellings had been made
of light materials, a sort of palmetto
or thatch construction evidently with
a view of withstanding thc shock of
frequent earthquakes of the region,
and were intact- Tbe found utensils
for cooking and other purposes made
of pottery wood and the like. He
said he believed the city had contained 30,000 or more people years ago.
In his opinion the race waB one of
the highest civilization living In America prior to the coming of Columbus-
s,aid to have made a hit If "one is lo
judge  by   the   scant  applause    which ]
greeted  liis efforts  with one or two!
exceptions-     He,   however,   struck   a \
responsive  ear  in   his   recital    Of    a
couple of his humorous fTeccs,    although  his   selections     from    Drum-
mend's Habitant wen1 poorly rendered.    His rendition  of the selections
from   the   Merchant   of  Venice     and |
King Richard the Third, showed hardly the dramatic ability that mlgfil Ire \ CORELLI'S "THELMA''
expected from an artist so widely ad- i PLAY  FOR TONIGHT
vertiscd   aa   a   portrayor  of  g&akes  j     So much praise has been tendered
perlan dramatic character.?.     ' the ltambeaif  Stock    Go's    perform-
The entertainment, however, af- ances of Marie Gondii's widely read
forded New Westminster JOVers fit Btory "Thelma," that the manager has
literature a pleasant evening. decided to produce it again tonight.    ���.���
" In  the  construction  of  this  wor?;.
No Parade in Seattle. Marie Core'!)! has shown heTgreateSI
Seattle, Sept. 12���Seattle exclusion- talents for characterization wfeT'Ty
ists wil] hold no parade when tlie-ir separated, ranging from Thelma's lov-
|big! remonstrance meet lng occurs, lng Innocent nature to Lovlsa, the
Leaders In the anllAsiallc movement witch, with all of her hatred, malice
nre fearful that the parade would be   and   contempt   for those    wno    bave
i joined  by a crowd that could not "be   crossed   her.     Sigurd    the   Imbecile
Inpan, an old country, it is true, but   ;._'_",.     .    ,' .''".'.    ','.*...".".  ,_!. ! controlled and a .repetition of the riot-' dwarf who loves Thelma hopelessly.
once enter the senior C L. A. Beries
With   St,   Catharines,   Buffalo,   fTrant-
. ford and Hamilton, and as these teams
'      '  ,:"    ' ;i!   '"     l    'I will  Invade Ibe east In search of fast
players, keen competition will result-
one rising rapidly to a new Civilization. Overtures were made to the
government of Japan, with the result
that a new treaty was ma le whereby
it is provided���and this is tne only
provision���thai the disposition ol this
treaty shall apply to Canada.   ,1  may
how   they   live  and lool;   closely   into i .       ,,   , ,
,,...,. ,   ,, , ,ri ��ng tnnt occurred m  Vancouver and   gains the sympathy of anv audience
their  habits,   and   then   a>k     liim.-ell
whether ii is fair and honorable to |
expect a wlnle laborer to keep a fam- !
lly
Bay   at   once
��� i caslon,  and  the boys wl..
i \i rl themselves to their ut-
; order to catch a place.   The
"   Will   take     place    on     Moody
Bellingham would result   Th" parade j On Sir  Phillip has  been  shown  the
I oaf n re  has  been  abandoned  to  pre-   power of womnn's love, transforming
, , ��� | vent  any  nttacks upon  the  Oriental   him   from   a man of  the  world  into
iis   it   shou d  be   Kept,   dress   his    -.,',,.. ,     ,       ,     ,
,     ,.    . ' colonies. a loving husband-
children property, furnish them with  ________^-^^___^^__^__���__________^__________________
Slbeeeel   bOOkS,   and   take   hi.   pric   fl     I      ,���.,,.    .,,    ������,    ,unmm[    of   ^   ^^    ^  .���.,,,������,., ,,���.ing l(J  Mag hl   for-
that ih- only advantage   ''l"i"'��.  and  yet  have  to compete  In   Uh,   jl)Ulli(,|lia||ty  W0llld   s(lclire   an(I   t,|gn labor for their works on account
''���          :  ,:   ' ���      ' '    "look al  the general good  which would   of not  being able to get white hVoof.
result   to  lhe  general    good     which   Is there a sufficient number of white
BRUTALLY  BEATEN
who  are   huddled  together  like*    sardines,   i think be will agree ll Is nol
deal   nt   all
present  membership    of    the
Wl siiiiins.er   football   Club     la
I nty-five,   but   it   is   expected   to
Forty within the next couple of
F;fty Chinamen Attack White Man on
Canton Street
TENDERED THANKS-
Montgomery Grateful for Assistance Received in the Past-
Vhi
rali
A white man was nearly beaten to
death yesterday afternoon In Vancouver hy a bunch of about two dozen
Chinamen, all of whom, it seems, took
a swipe at him. The affair occurred
in Canton street where a Chinaman
was engaged In splitting slabs or
wool. The white man while walking
along the street brushed against the
Benevolent Society held their j cniinaiiian, whose dignity was offemi-
"' monthly meeung in the board i ed i,v t)ie rub, an 1 he hii th ��� white
which Canada gives to Japan is that
ive  bind  ourselves   to   give   to  ,Inpan
the treatment of the most favored na- ��� "'"' n     <��� '"""^ u�� "'" "*"-'-��� "��� *��� "l" I would  result to the general comniuti-   people out. there to perforin fhe wortt
tion;   our  obligations  do  not   go  fur-   n   falr  deaJ   r,t   a"'     '   th!n,;   he w111    Ity ai large.    If any  fair-mindoj man   that  is  require I?
ther  than  that.    Japan also gives  us   illlni11 ,h;if a "hits man cannot be ex-| ,..m )( |)k al ,h., qU(   ,;,���, ,M (,|a| u..-,;        Mr Kt,iuu,,ly.    j m slatI by honor-
the the advantage of the toost favored   P��oted to compete In  the labor mar-   , (|() M))| H(,(, ,1()V. ,���, (.l:] crlticj88 jj,���   able Mentl ,mt  the t,uegtjon because
nation.    In   addition,  a  special  tariff   ket with Chinese, Japanese and Hin-1 peop]e of British Columbia,  particr.ri   that is a  matter I omitted to touch
for Canada is provided, of whiclfwC  dus and live as a  white man Slould   ;ll|v tlu, working classes,  ror o^ec'-upon-   It Ib my opinion and the opin-
shall have thc benefit immediately.        and have to compete with these other ��� ln(? HH strongly as they do to tfie im- | lon of most laboring men out there
Mr. R. L. Borden. 1 do not observe creatures living as they do- Not only J migration of these Japanese or Ghl-' that a sufficient number of whrte men
any mention of grain or Hour in the are the laboring population hurt by I Mge or othOT Orientals. 1 mention | could be got from the old country, if
treaty. J tllfs immigration  but the  country  in ( t|l(,H(, )a<.|H becflUM I know the people   a proper move in that direction were
Sir Wilfrid Laurier- No, grain is j general. Let the same man who (,r ,ny |irov|nce have been very harsh- j made���men who would be of some use
not included in the treaty. The gen- j watches these hordes go out from ly oritiolsed by people in this section to the community after they had done
eral tariff deak-i with grain, lumber, j these factories ask himself the epics- or ,]���, oountry who knew notblng of j their railway work, men who would
butter,  cheese  and  many  other  arti
cles. I understand that, no nation
has any advantage in these articles,
as here is only one tariff on them.
Mr. J. B. Kennedy (New Westmin'
������m at the city hall yester-   nlall wlth __, fiRl. The latter attempt- I ^    ^  ^^ ^^ ^ ^^
afternoon  and   passed  accounts
"li   have  accumulated  during   the
^couple or months for payment.
v Duncan reported that he had
i asked   by   Mrs.   J.   Montgomery
'   : '  -J   her   appreciation   to   the
P'ety  fur the  benefits  su
ed to retaliate but before he could do ]
anything a horde of Chinks were on i
top of him and he was nearly kicked
to death before being rescued by the
police.   The Chinaman scurried away
before they could be arrested.
reading of this bill, I would like to
make a few remarks. The very first
article or the treaty reads:
"The subjects of each of tfie two
tlon: If only one-fifth of them were th(, ,u,lna] state ,������ affilrs existing ; be likely to become permanent resl-
whlte men with family, keeping thefe. I should like those people, be- dents and citizens in the true sense
houses as a white man naturally . fore passing these harsh criticisms,' 0f the word- There ia just this trou-
wouid, would it not. be much better t0 inquire into the matter tor them-j ble. I hear the cry of cheap labor
for the neighborhood and the com- .wives, and look at it a~, one man j wanted. To my mind that riiSHns de-
munlty in general? These foreigners Bhould look at another's business- If ] graded labor. Let our railway con-
huddle together ln one or two build-1 tbey were in th esame bto as labor-   tractors and our mill and factory own-
It' in the
lppligfl to
past. Mrs. Montgomery re-
received the moncv from the
purance K,:if.v
N'i
P-harge
IVory  fp
the
<���/.  het late  hus-
]lfe and is therefore no longer
()n the society.
���v matters required attention
session was a short one.
Ings.    As many as a hundred or two j inK men in British Columbia, would
hundred  will  go into  one    blinding,, they not  feel  as  we do and  object
which one man with his family in this   just  as  strongly  to  being asked  tc
high contracting parties shall    have j city would consider small enough- A   compete with people of that tfescrlp-
full liberty to enter, travel, or reside j couple  of hundred  will go  into  that ' tion?
' """ "" in   an.v  part  of the  dominions    and : hull ling and live In it, and all the Tn-1    Mr. J. D- Reid (Grenville).   I would
The Beautiful. possessions of the  other contracting j mates pay is the taxes levied on that   like to ask the honorable gentleman
Chicago, Sept 12���A dispatch from   party, and shall enjoy full and perfect, building with the exception of the poll j jf  there   is   a   sufficient  number of
Fort Wayne, Ind., says the first snow   protection for their persons and prop- j tax Imposed on each man in 'Sritlsli   white people in British Columbia to
storm of the season occurred yester-   erty." | Columbia, and the municipal road tax- ! perform all the work that is going on
The flurries lasted for   This looks very simple and very plain,, Whereat, if they were white men oc- \ there.   I see by the papers that the
day morning-
five or ten minutes.
and so it is;   but at the same time  cupying houses as white men do, just   Grand Trunk Pacific >and other roll
ers be willing to pay decent wages to
white men, and in a very short tlihe
they would be abJe to get all they
want. But so long as they are so
anxious to make piles of money, so
long as our railway contractors are
becoming millionaires and our manufacturers also by paying their latorers low wages, and so long ad the
laborers are becoming poorer *M
poorer, it will go bard with tbem to
get decent white labor.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PJ��IDA>
ONE
DAY ONLY
Saturday, Sept. 14 th
Best  B. C. Granulated   SUGAR
COALITE CONQUERS
OLD LONDON'S TOGS
Inventor  Predicts   Great
Things for Future, When
i   His Discovery is Used.
90c
per
sack
To
any [one buying $5.00 worth of goods  on  SATURDAY,
Sept. Hth, at
Kyle's Good Cheer Store
TME  HOME OE PLENTY
255 Front Street
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FOR THE BEST
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VISIT
, London, Sept- 12���A smokeless
London is the pleasant prospect held
forth for Londoners by -Mr. Parker,
the inventor of coalite- When coal-
i ite warms the domestic heart!. Iii London's my raid homes, and when coalite
generates the steam in the boilers
of fl.emeiou'-s numberless families,
workshops and foundries, the use of
coul as at present, says Mr- rarker,
will appear to people'as comical a
proceeding as that of Charles Lamb's
Cliiiiainan. who burned down his hut
every time he wanted to i-oa.it a pis-
People will then gaze with aston- j
Ishment at raw coal, and the ex- .
travagance cf the person who at-1
tempts to feed a fire with crude colfl j
from the mine will be considered on
a par with that of the man who tried j
to keep warm by burning bundles 6" [
banli notes- ���....-��� j
Will Banish the Fogs
Mr. Parker does not hesitate to ele-
clare that with the general use of
coalite London's fogs will lee things
of the past, for it is absolutely smokeless and smoke is the body and bones
of the London "particular." Str.
Parker believes that his invention will
���have an important bearing on n'avai I
tactics, for ships usfng coalite will be |
able to raise steam and be ready ?5r
fighting before their coal using foes
can get their boilers well warmed-
And. again, tho coalite warship wiTl
not be betrayed at sea by the sable
pennon from her funnels.
Mr. Parker said that he discovered
coalite by persistent experiment���
"the usual way of finding out things."
He criticised the gas companies for
what he termed their wasteful and
antiquated methods of producing
coke, for which they are able to get
only $1.7") a ton-
Old Method Doomed
Contrasting the t.vo methods of
production of coke and coalite, Mr.
| Parker said cuke was produced at ; J
the temperature of molten iron; coal- Jr
ite at a elull red beat, invisible in
daylight, with the minimum ol waste-
In gas coke production, as now practiced by Lie gas companies, there is,
he declared, the maximum of waste.
Xow that, a process has been discovered whereby enormous saving of material, time and labor could be made,
those most 'directly interested wouSd
j hardly put up with the old methods i
' much longer-
e
One of coalite's  great triumphs,  in j
Mr.   Parker's  view, is  the  saving of
time, money and trouble to the poorer '
housewife-   With coalite, he says,she
can prepare the family meals in half
the time  at less than  half the cost.
of   fuel;   for   there   will   be  no   more
waiting  til!   coal   burns  up  and the
smoke  clears off;   (be  chop or steak
can   lie  grilled  from   the.  momen!   of
kindling  the  fire-     Tims.   Mr.   Parl.er I
said, there must be a large econofhy
to the people who require  fire only
for cook inr.
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Look For It!
The Label that Protects is in every rrCn.
uine " P'.rijeriRKSS Brand" Coat and Overcoat.
Whe: .ner you buy���do just what this man
did-���Look for the Label���and don't buy
108
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hiu! it
H.   L.   pe BECK
STAR OF INDIA
TEA COMPANY
Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
ALSO
"PERFECT
Flavoring
Extracts
We Are Giving $5.00 Gold for the  best layer
      =    Caks at the Exhibition. ���
A cordial invitation is extended to all   to visit our exhibit at the fair.
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Gents' Pine  Shoes   from  $275  up;     Gents'   Strong   Working  Shot(
from  $2 53  up;   Hoys'  and  Girls' School Boots, $150 to $2 75
SPKC1AI.���A.-k ���!..   the   Dicri   Waterproof   Boots.     In   l-uli''-'||
���    Gents' and  [Joys'.    NOTE���Yon  can  _Uspei_.se    with    rubbers   when|
wearing   the   Dfck  Shoe.    Sole  Agency:
The Old Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia St.
J.   STEWART,   Proprietor
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Interjrban    Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
Stations  will  run  every half-
hour from r>:50 a. m. to 11:30
]i.  m.
Cars leave tne depot every
twentj minutes for both Sapperton and cit;. limits ove.- the
city line.
City   Line:     Cars  leave tram
office on the> hour, twenty ni'M
utes after and forty minutes a!-)
ter', commencing at 6:20 a. '>'<
Sapperton Line: C trs l< "
at ten minutes after the Iwur
half past and fifty minute ������ afterl
the   hour,   conimencing  at 0:
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Sunday Service   hair-nouriy !*|l
tween H22D a.m. ami 11 p.m.      II
Prunes for Preserving
400 crates; MUST be sold
Get your orders in  early!
per crate   25c*    per crate
THE
T. S. ANNANDALE
OUR
Grocer
Royal Stodi
CUNNINGHAM
BLOCK
Proprietor, L. HAWEIS
(pronounced Hoyes)
QOOKSLEY'S
**r Well  Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New '.' ��� stminster and disl ������.
On Sale at-
Morey'a     Bookstore    and
at   Gamcn's   Cigar   Divan
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mailing Picture Post Cards t >
friends
j British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd j
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House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
Ltd.
THOS. R. PEARSON.
REAL ESTATE an J���
Manager
 INSURANCE
Real
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Whether or not a price Is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price. On
this i.asis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell. Our flrst aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost- We are invariably successful i'e both these intentions.
T. A. MUIR
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the: band
Like the little child whe) wanted
round, this boy, fascinated by the music,
all comes from.
to see the   wheels
wants ie> sse wher
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AT'
MORELS
217-219 Columbia St.
1
Over 6,000 different songs,   instrumental
pieces,  solos,  etc.,  etc.,  to choose from.
8 T     H     TOTSn ���� WESTMINSTER'S
wj.    IT.     IKJUU,      -     MUSIC  HOUSE
Our   Scribblers   and   Exercise   Books  are
Fine
Agent (cr tiie fominion, Nordheimer and New Scale Williams Planes ��
Singer and Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines | v.
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Second home player on t
seh lacrosse team, admittedly"*
the best men playing in that position
in Canada- today, and recognize! as
the best (lodger and elusive stick-
handler in the N- L. I1- Querrfc. Is
manager and secretary of the Teloum-
sehs, and it was from him that the
first suggestion of the westenv Trip
of that club came to the manager of
the provincial exhibition- Hq; is
credited with having convinced every
dubious member of the team tlTat 1*
would be advisable to make the trip,
ami lent for his energy in this matter,
it is doubtful if the Tecumsehs -would
be seen here during the first week o[
October. He is a light weight player.
tipping the scale in the neighborhood
of 422 pounds- Querrie has been offered and accepted the position as
coach for the Cornel! University lacrosse team for 190S-
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Sapperton.
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Clifford's jewelry store an.l oltain
reward-
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(   TOPPER; OVERCOATS,
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205-211 COUIBIA STREET
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LINE OF BROOCHES	
Gold, Gold Filled, Silver,
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Agent for the Hamilton Watch. ra
f**'*:f':*t.'f-f?2*c*r:f!:t*zw^^^
The Tinted Centre Pieces
and CUSHION TOPS
which are so much in vogue just now
have lately arrived.
An Open Letter to James Davis Taylor,   Editor   of the   Columbian-
My dear James: The people of
New Westminster and district are
wondering what niche in history yon
are destined to fill, and though, busy
as they are, they still find time to
worry themselves about five minutes
in every week, in trying to "catalog'
the genus of that germ which, like a
canker, is always eating its way into
articles so frequently published in the
paper in which your name boldly appears ei; editor and manager-
They wonder why it is that you
should print the following: "Soliil
delegation of British Columbia members sat mum in the House of Commons while parliament passeel act ratifying Japanese treaty" when Hansard
on page 1546 et seq'contains the debate and the speech of J. B. Kennedy,
M. P-, for New Westminster on the
piestion. The people wonder, hut
knowing you, I don't- They wonder
nt your temerity in talking about men
whose shoes vou are not worthy to
unlatch as "the rankest politician of
tliem ali." they won'ier, but knowing
you, 1 don't.
There is hardly a week passes bul
that you have an article headed
Laurier ami Uooti" do you never feel
a qualm of conscience strike you,
when you so callously refer to your
sujeriors in such coarse language, and
are you so 'leaf that you do not know
that the word "lool" is becoming a
very popular nickname for yourself
owing to your fondness for it.
It is rumored, James, that you are
again  seeking  political   honors;  1;   is
rumored, that you    lave    up    your
s eeve the ofi'-r of King's printer at
Victoria;   in   fact  the  air   is   fail   of
rumors,  silly   you   say,   well   1  agree
with   you   they   are   s.lly-     Now   and j
then, James, you get  spiteful aboul I
your contemporary, anl call il nasty
names, forgetting in thfe narrowness of
your mind  thai   these are hound to
nco;!. and hurt the Utterer more than
the recipient, and not only that, ii is
another proof of your absolute child-1
Ishness, you do own up to, don'l you,!
bf being childish?
You deiigin iii hard language, you j
delight   iii  insulting  Sir Wilfrid- ami j
other men who have helped to make
thia  great   dominion of  Canada    sei I
slrong,   and   your   insinu itions   often I
go so fur.  that   belief i.s  even  driven
home to the weak  minded, but  yon
do agree wdth  me,   uon't  you?   that
they must te weak minded to believe
the trash you ladle out-
You have published in the past, so
many cruel stories of the men' in
leower at Ottawa that 1 feel it incumbent on me, if this paper will allow
it, to publish stories concerning men
in high life at James bay, true stories
too, not just scandal, some incidents
which I feel sure must be fully known
to you, incidents that have even happened In this town, but then, the paper?  did  not   wish  to  become  scur-
LOST���Prcm the B- C E- K. car, a
package of Sample Suspenders, return to the Daily News office. |5
reward-
rilous,
and   refused to  publish,   but
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for bed room and parlor with heater |
moderate. Apply 123, Eleventh i
street.
WANTED���Smart young man to drive
delivery wagon and make himeself
generally useful in store- Salary
from $25 to $45. Apply by letter to
G. C- S- this office.
WANTED���Modern 6 roomed house
near car line, prepared to pay $500
rash, balance to be arranged- Write
giving full  particulars to X-  Y.  Z-
this office.
FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
rooms to let in Vancouver, 35 Hastings St., W. next door to Palace
hotel, Mrs. E. 2. Grieve, proprietress.
"A-
Texas
Steer"
James you must know that you can
met continue to blacken  men's  char-
acters with impunity,  purely  relying,
upon the honor of 1.999 out of 2,000
newspapermen who   will   not   lower j
themselves to such methods of criti-
rism.
Now dear James, you must T.now
how fond New Westminster is of you,
how popular you are amongst us all,
what a lot we think of you. so please  __ _      _
do not jump into any more criminal ! 6-ROOM ED   HOUSE   on   Eighth   St.,
By the
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STOCK CO.
PRICES���25 c, 35c and 50c.
libel suits, they are so uncomfortable. ,
Hoping to write to you again soon.       |
Yours affectionately,
POLITICKS.
New Westminster, Septf 12. 1907.
between Third and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; 'to be
sold immediately; a bargain at
$1500, half cash. Apply McQuarrie
fi)  Co., Front St.
The Average Man
"The average man comes 'very near
being ai\ idiot in taking care of himself.    You  have spen  hlm  wearing a
fur cap on his head while his shoes
rii in the snow and water.   He wears
an overcoat on his back and nothing
but a thin shirt over his chest.   He Is
mighty scared about freezing his fin:
gei-s  while  his throat   is   exposed  to
; blizzards   and   he is  often  ailing   or
| thinks he is.    It's herb tea, root ton-
j ics. Peter's  pills, Paul's  pine tar cor-
I dials or plasters and cures, until the
! balance wheel in the machine come B
! to a stop.    Nature wants to keep go-
i ing, but she can't.   He drinks whil ky
and that clogs, the valves;  he drinks
-beer and that clogs the  wheels;  hel
' -pours down lemonade, ginger.ale, but-
I termilk,   ice   water,   tea.   coffee,   and
what not, and then wonders why the
j fire under the boiler- does  not  burn, I
If you.,should takee an ox and put him
through a, like  performance  he'ti  be
dead  in  a  year.    The simplest  aad
plainest laws of health .are outraged
every hour of the day by the- average
man.    Did   Adam   smoke?     Did   Beg
wear corsets?   Did Solomon.ch'iw to\|
bacco?   Did Ruth chew gum? Did tht
beer.
. HOME WvANTED���Norwegian lady
| wishes home with first class English family for six months- Terms
no object if home suitable anl. surroundings pli'iisant- Apply immediately at News office for particulars.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
ly in timber. Have large and smai,
tracts on water. If you wdfh tc
buy or sell, see me. 5. R. Chandler.
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, p.C
ACCOMMODATION1M1.
To accommodate all the guests
who will visit the city during exhibition time it is desired that all h6.u_.e-
holders prepared to offer accommodation at reasonable rates will leave
their nddresjes with 'Edward Houi:
billeting agent at the city hall, Where
all infeiriuntion may be obtained.
ALEX. GARRKTT,
Chairman of the Billeting committee.
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VANCOUVER
Corner of Pender and Hamilton Str.
Malan & Clawson, Managers.
The Lyceum Stock Company
Commencing
Monday, Sept. 9th
With   H-   CRANE'S   great   success���
DAVID  HARUM
Matinee Wednesdays and Saturdays
POPULAR PRICES.
H.STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
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We have a complete range of Stamped Linens,
such as Tea Covers, Runners, Tray
Cloths, Doileys, etc., etc., which will
be used by the ladies employed by the
Corticelli Silk Co., who give free lessons in the GuiHhon ��� parlors- to all
those interested.
' As the ladies remain in the city only a limited
time, visit them as early as possible.
TlOvlifEHO^
A. J. BIRTCH,   -   275 Columbia Street
Ladies' HAIR:
DRESSING
PARLORS
Satisfaction
Guaranteed
OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia St.
Entrance on Sth St. opp. po.
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
children ot Israel make for a
garden after crossing the P.c! Sea/
Did Rebecca eat gum dn ps and '.tt
cream and call for soda wat< r? Ad ;u
was the first man anil was made pi K-
fect from head le. txeel. I low I m '
would he remain so after eating a
mince pie before going to bed? Suppose he had slept in a bedroom 6x7
with the windows down, the door shut
and two dogs under the bed? Suppose.
Eve had laced herself up lu a corset, put on tight shoes, and sat up
all hours of the night eating her !ill
of trash and sizzled her hair. When
you come to look at the way n man
misbehaves himself you can only
wonder he ever lived to get there.
According to the foregoing you may
be >a fool���you  certainly   are  if >ou
neglect your  eyesight,  and  yet hundreds   are   putting   off   tlje   use   of
glassed because* they do n<jt want to :
"look ibid"���noflsence���you 'can get a
rew set of teeth, hut nobody can give
you  a  new   jiair of eyes.    R��e  wise. I
Consult   our   OPTICIAN���DON'T   BeJ
AFRAID OP THE COST���you can getf
filled  at  your  own  pripe and  fitted ;
properly.
Curtis'  Drug   Store,   F.   W.   Heath,
late of Ottawa, ln cnarge of the op-
j tlcal department
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B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   Havi W:*tmlns��rr. B.C.
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Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind bis old patrons
as well as prospective customers, that new style ot eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock ot
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
247 Front St.
YOU  REQUIRE  A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
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Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
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ELLENSDALE
pers in British Columbia who are
helping and openly expressing sympathy with Bill Miner.
This property is situated close to the High and
Normal schools, five minutes from Ninth Ave.
car line, and adjoins the Shaughnessy Heights,
at $650 per lot; 1-4 cash and balance in
quarterly payments for two years.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Telephone 3-9-1
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R I.. Borelen: "I'm just going
through the country telling the people
what I've ri-eu doing .at Ultawa. '
w. F. Maclean: "Wouldn't it have
been easier to tiave dropped 'eTh a
iost card-"
Real Estate, Insurance etc.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
offices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
putting an end to it is an acknowleig-
ment that the possibility exrits. 9 )0n
the people will command the governments to find the way-
FRIDAY,  SEPT   13,  1907
A TORY OPINION.
On liis way Kasl after his recent
visil Ui Uie coast, Hon- Frank Oliver
was interviewed at Winnipeg on the
Japanese question, and in reply to the
Interviewer's questions he gave a summary of the opinions he had  heard
while in British Columbia, He simply | B11| M,ner (ook p,ace ^ A,,):Yl;1
stated thai ibe people of this l��'<>v-j when Ernest Cashel escaped from the
ince had formed such and such opin-, ;JiUTacks at Calgary. He had been
ions, and on one point  he gave the!
Sentiment and Crime
i     Edmonton N'ews:    A reader in com-
| meriting on   what  appeared   on    this
I page last week and the week before
I on the aid being given to oil I SITner,
the esca|>ed  train robber,  points out
i thai   the  people  of  British   Columbia
can hardly be said to have a monopoly
on   foolishness of this kind.      In  the
winter of 1906-03  he  reminds us,  ah
(���even   more   exciting   chase   fifter   a
more   desperate   criminal   even   than
reason advanced in support of the
opinion- This, remember, he did quietly in a talk with a reporter; and he
was careful not to Say anything wlCch
could be regarded ns an official expression of opinion, or which could in
any way commit or compromise tbe
government of which he is a member.
The Montreal Star, which is a Tory
paper, quotes Mr. Oliver, and bitterly
attacks him tor siding wdth British
Columbia against (Japanese immigration- It accuses him of making "an
inllanimaiory speech"- with the purpose of backing up the agitat'Sn here,
and so forth-
This is worth noting because it
shows lhe attitude of the Tories pn
the question. The star represents
high  Toryism   and   iis  evi lent  impa-
convicted of a most brutal crime and
I his being at   large  was  nothing less
; than a scourge to the country.    Yet
J the   police were  Impeded   very  much
in their  work  by  the  aid  given  him
j by   sympathizers.     Between     Morley
and Calgary an old woman and her son
I sheltered him and told the constables
who visited her house that they had
seen  nothing of him.    Later  the son
was  given  a  term of three   months-
At  the  ranch  house wHe"re  he    was
finally  captured,  two  men   were  ar-
: rested for giving the fugitive ail  and
I one of them served   a six    months'
; term-    Many others  there were who
I were nown to Have assisted Cashel,
I but  who  could   not  he   brought    to
: justice.   The sentences imposed upon
! those who were convicted  were.    1f
! anything, too short, but it wotiffi have
JAPANESE MAKE  RAID
ON  INDIAN   VILLAGE
San Francisco.  Sept.  12���Employes
of   the   Alaska   Packers'   association
j who returned here on the ship Star
i of Chile bring the report that a number  of Japanese   cannery   hands   at
I Egegek made a raid upon an Wlian
: village near t^hat camp last June, and
I attempted to carry off sevefal of the
' 'native women-
The   Japanese   evidently     beifevefl
i the men of the settlement were out
| fishing,  but  in  this  they  were  mis-
j taken, for after tho raiders had caught
'- and gagged two or three of the women  they were discovered by a number of bucks who set up a great howl
.uiel at once proceeded to repel the
Japs.
In .attempting to g<'t away with the
captives the Jeijiane.se are said to
have run between two hills where the
snow was deep and rapid travel was
impossible- This proved their (undoing, for the Indians descended upon them with guns and clubs and
would have killed the six or eight
raiders i�� the latter had not deserted
their victims and hurried off- The
Indians later, it is said, made complaint to the men in charge of the
'. cannery camp- This is the first ntfd
' of the kind in that part of Alaska-
Lorgnette
Just received complete line of
all patterns from $2.25 to $75.
Solid Gold and Gold Filled.
Also Silver.
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
the others and the next seen of him
was hanging to the tree near the road- j
The Jury rendered a verdict    I ileaJh
by suicide- i
For QUALIT
beaten-    One acre of '
VERDICT OF SUICIDE
Toronto, Sept- 12���Condemnation of
existing conditions in Ontario canning factories forms an important
feature of the report of Dr. C. A- Hod-
getts, of the provincial board of
health. At some of the canneries tbe
employees are housed on the premises
and it is again these housing arrangements that the attacks are
mainly directed- It is claimed t*"ri
the bedding was far from clean, and
in fact, many stables were in a more
ch, rivet
i- much   as   three    ��� .
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cleanly   condition-    It   was  said     by
IN CHINESE CASE j some  employers   that  the  employees
Sept     12���That    thej Were housed better than in their own
J homes, but this. Dr. Hodgetts declares
j is   no excuse   for   the  conditions   .is
i found-
lience or anything that even seems < a most salutary effect if similar treat
to favor tlie shuttling out of Oriental | ment were given those hero-worship
c.hoap labor is significant.
Vancouver,
Chinaman, found hanging to a limb
of a tree on the Xorth Arm road, was
a suicide, was definitely determineel
yesterday by a coroner's jury, at the
inquest held by Dr. W- J. McGuigan,
in Center & Hanna's undertaking
parlors.
The autopsy showed no bruises other than those made by the rope about
his neck- He and his Chinese friends
had been frightened ly the riotous
proceedings in the city and had been
sleeping in the bushes rather than in
their shacks, which they thougnj
would be burned down- On STonday
night   Yung  Sun  walked   away from
'.;������ Delta  land cannot   i
bottom land will product
gravel land.
Here is a piece of choice land at a bargain:
8 acres, all cleared, in garden and pasture., 8 miles [rom
this city, on the dyke road, 200 yards from Bunburj    .-��� office
and boat landing, % mile from   school, has a  Ave- :.
in good repair, barn and chicken house. 2 cow.< and 10
good waterfrontage with  wharf building,    boat   and   net,   8.
young fruit trees, a good range  all conn ected
Price  .   -   $2250
J12G0 cash,  balance in one year-
Regina, Sask., Sept. 12���An amusing
Bill Miner episode happened yesterday- The local police have been looking for the escaped convict for'some
time- About noon yesterday thp> decided that they had spotted the desperado in the Lansdowne hotel- He
was caught in the basement anl ar-
retsed after energetic protestations.
Corporal Hogg was sent for and identified the prisoner as Sergeant Bird of
the Wood Mountain detachment.
Hale & Lam
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTl!
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone 335 P. O. Box
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THE LITTLE JOKER
Spo.ai.in._r nt tin. Monumi'ii! Nation-
ale in Montreal, a week ago, Mr. R-
I. Borden, leader of the Tory party,
after arguing at length in favor of
governmenl ownership and operation
(through ���! commission) of telepHShe
ind telegraphs, proce !_\! to explain
/���>,.>( he would not. if in power, plunge
Into .-""' policy he advocated without
a thortragp Investigation; and then
he qii'ietly Introduced th" "little joker."   iiery it is--
'"In niiy such a move, however, tne
Orins.-rvietiv > government would nep-
essarily follow its traditional policy
of thoroughly safeguarding the rights
of Invested capital, and thai was a
policy which be would always" stand
f.'r."
.lust so! Translated into plain English", tin- "policy" amounts to this:
"We may find it necessary to go in
fen' public ownership; hut we will delay il as long .is possible, ami it' it
must come, tin. pe "'ele who have money in tin' business will be taken care
iei' all right. (Therefore, the monopolistic Interests need not i'e afraid
Tiie Conservatives will never hint
tbem"���or words to that effect.
SPECIAL
10 Acres, Section 30, Township 2, Surrey,
$500
one-half cash, halance 1 year at 7 per cent
SOMETHING ABOUT
Walk-Over Shoes
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Real
Estate
270 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 3(
The Walk-Over is the very best American Boot made.    We control the Walk-
Over agency for this city.    We can hardly keep pace with the demand
for Walk-Over Shoes.    We have new shipments arriving
weekly both by express and freight which insures
a complete line of sizes at all times.
Elsewhere we p:i:r r.n extracl from
Hansard which shows thai the Columbian has once mori been guilts of
deliberately falsifyln ; the r< c ir i In
order to injur ��� a politii ri oppon mt.
Surely it Is a bei l c i ise which n ��� y
io be bolstered i>.     nch tne ins!
Some editorial comm ml i   on    fhe
Hague conference    seem to indicate
thai a good deal  of    b i barl -m  still
lingers In the lap of 11.Ill latlon. Time
given to consideration of matters advance! by countries which are small
and  weali    is said to be   "frittered
away" over  "impotent communities."
The emphasis is on ''impotent." Right
.ami justice do not count; but let, the]
mailed list and the big stick he treltt-
ed  with  respect.    That, of course. Is
the comtmeral of a Tory paper-   Thin !
we are  lold  that   the conference is a j
failure; that it has done nothing, and '
so forth.    That is She comment, of ma- j
teriajist impatience of altruistic effort. I
Aes  it   matter of fact,  the conference
will nave some tangible, concrete, re-j
suit! of large Importance,    but if it
failed to agree on a single point, if it
Were unable to come n.'.ir unanimity
on any proposal, it would   not be a
failure;    its  value  as    an educative
force would  more than justify its'existence-   War is an ugly anachronism-
The meeting of the nations for serious discussion  of    the .possif.TTlty  of
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In SURREY, where the B. C. Electric
is building its new line.       -:-        We
have land to .show you there.
BOURNE & GORDON1
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
S&itifitiXSKIfiti^^
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Men's Walk-Overs in Patent Colt, Vici Kid, Gun Metal, Velour Calf and all the
popular leathers.
A nice selection of Ladies' Walk-Overs in Patent and Gun Metal leathers.
THERE IS SOME STYLE TO BE FOUND IN OUR WALKOVERS.
WALKOVERS-A SIGN OF QUALITY.
NSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE Ltd.
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inn you can gel  in any otl
I am t ii" pioneer Furniture an !
Dlrei tor  ind Embalmer, and I
an l will give you better valu
in the., city.   Try me.
Wall   Papers In  endless var'ety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.    China
Matting from 15c up.    Linoleums  from 45c  up. Curtain Stretch-
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ers, the  best made, $2.25 per   set.       Carpets,   all    grades   a
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pre-
prices.    Iron Beds, white and tirrt enamels, $3.50 and up
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions. \
All kinds of job work and repa ring done on shortest notice, ReasonJ
able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    Xew goods arriving dally. f
I have sold the block an.l am .till doing business in th
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Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
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SION OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE ! Bestoffarm-
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T. H. SMITH
T-  H.  SMHH
T- H. SMITH
heCash Stores
|a remarkably tempting ASSORTMENT OF
!W Fall Dress Goods
I     TWEEDS
1 i ,-antiful     assortment     of
H    j   twe<..Is     iu     colors   of
Kr.     cardinal, brown, green
W,     lack; special  35c
PANAMAS
All wool Panamas in tart&ii effects, combinations of brown
and   green, navy  ami  green,
gray  ami green,    brown and
navy. This is a specially fine
and up-to-date range at $1 25
���      TWEEDS
1,         line  oi  Heather   mix-
m.  tweeds extra good weight.
By. i ni specially recommend
I      make for good susbtan-
���:     wear; special 65c
BROADCLOTHS
French   chiffon   Broadclotns   a
grand showing of this popular
materia] in iui thi' new   ami
effective     shades,      myrtle,
brown,  navy,  wine, black and
fawn at    $1 50
I    KASHMERA
1.       tlj   new  dress fabric  ior
���hi, season is Kashmera, just
���      orrect weight for tailor-
|i - ats all the popular shades
l?f the   season,   navy,   green,
1       nal,   brown,    gray     and
1         per yard $1
NEW WA1ST1NGS
Fancy    Delaines',    WooTalonea,
Silk   and   wool.     Orient     cloth,
embroid re I end flannels, fancy
lustres and Sicilians.
HOSIERY SPECIAL
I . zen pairs of ladles' plain
Cashmere hose, seamless feet
|i.:ri shaped  leg,   these    -were
II .  ,  value at  50c pair;  spell ri   3 pairs for   $1
Al  our   smallwares    counter
will   lie   found  everything that
is new ami up-to-date, fresh arrivals     daily    by     express    of
purses,   bigs,   hat   pins,     fancy
stick   pins,   combs,   belts,   belt
WASH COLLARS
I   i ze a   embroidered   waste-
���collars   large   assortment   to
|choose trom prices  were 25c
t,. 75c each; choice, each 15c
buckles, waist sets ami all kinds
of fancy neckwear.
.-���'v. asl ka   (good  luck i    stick
pin.-   ;���; i   waist sets  jusi    arrived.
FALL SUITS AND COATS
'iie- stock ot suits and coats practically embraces every form of
i ���   sable garment that is on the market and still they keep com-
[g    i ig every da;   by express.
pecial SUIT BARGAIN
.  suits  in twecil  effects  well
.1    and    trimmed    all
ionable colors anl strictly
late stylus; special. ���
    $12
other lines of beautifully tailored suits of Chilton Broadcloths,     Vicunas,     Panamas,
cheviots,    Alexandra    cloths
arid ali the newest w< ives axe
to be  found here from'   $20
WAISTS
UNDERSKIRT SNAP
; lay morning  we    will    put
I   25 d >zen un lerskirts
In new autumn styles suit ible
I ���-.���  evening or stref 1    wear
thai   :erievi  mm 1 last,,  aad a
v.. ilth 0:' aitistlc   w irkman-
rustling     moire    wejll
i  , le and plenty of fullness,
ti       flounce and    frills   all
irs, navy, brown,    green,
linal,   fawn   and    black;
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DRESS SKIRTS
Our line of dress skirls can.int
be excelled on th.. coast and
the display is one of the largest  west    of    Toronto.    Al!
-ri.- is from 92-50 te'. . .'. $2350
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Irving Beers will leave tomorrow for
Harrison Hot Springs, where he will
spend a few days recuperating
Picnic hatus 18c per lb at K/'.e &
Son, Good Cheer Store, 255 Front St.
lUchard Heme, superintendent of
tbe Pacific division of the Dominion
Express company, was in the city yesterday for a short visit- A W- L<ee,
route agent of the same company,
spent Wednesday iu the city-
Brand new hoeise on three year
terms. Price $1M)H, full sized lot
Abbott & Hyde-
The steamer Halvard will arrive in
port this morning to take on a cargo
j of 22 carloads of steel pipe consigned  to the Guggenheims at Dawson.
Th ��� pipe will be u--11 in the coiistruc-
! ti m of B large hviiraulicing system.
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Guns for hire at Geo. R. S.ee'ek'.-
Trapp block. Columbia street
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George Hinton, of the Stave fjake
Power company, was in tife city last
evening for a sh irl  time.    He lately
i red iirned from the works at the lake
and report; that everything la going
along well. There 'ire' he states $82
men employed on the two -nTTts at
tlle   present   time.
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T. Divlea &
Son, B 208.
Tin. addition which ri al present being built to the St- Peter's cathedVael
having 10 some extent Interefered with
tin. acoustics of the sacred edifice,
services will lie held in St.. Patrick's
heill until further notice, it is expected that the church will be ready
for the holding of sen-ices again
about Ihe end of the present month-
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passed away at the residence of her
son George, of the Burr 'ri.oek, at
three-thirty o'clock yesterday arter-
noon. Mrs. McKay was an old time
resident in tiie district, coming here
twenty years ago from Owen Sound.
Ont. She leaves behind her tee mourn
her loss a husband and three sons,
George, Kenneth and David, two
daughters, Mrs. Woods of Surrey and
Mrs. R. E. Alien, of Slocan. The interment will Le in the Currey Cenrtre
cemetery.
A "-story he.usi- near car line; modern conveniences, ii rooms; lot iu
fruit; price $1800 on easy terms-
White, Shiles & Co.
IWTICE
i.aw <ence Macrae, private secretary
to the Hon-  Richard  McBride.  passed |
' through  the city yesterday en  route j
to  Stave   lak l,   to   meet the   premier I
1 who   is   spending   holidays    m   that
vicinity.    They   wil!   return    to    the
capital this week-
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For all kinds of cut flowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
Alonzo Baker returned yester lay
from a three months' tour of the interior, in the course of which he vis-
': ited Ashcroft, Fraser lake, the Bulk-
j ley valley, and several other distant
'. points. He was accompanied by two
i packers on his journej
In order t.i settle a disputed point,
1 and incidentally to ascertain who was
entitled to 1 certain amouni of money
placed in the hamls of a third party,
E_. I. Stover an.l .1. Montgomery repaired to Queen's park yesterifay
evening and matched their horses in
a half mile pacing conies: Montgomery's horse won the rai erily-
S liars of Royal Crown soap tor 26c
Kyle & Son, 255 Front street. *
Forty-five   cases   of   typhoid   fever
among   the Japanese    Btationed    at
Steveston, and two e-a-..^ among the
Indians at the same place, have b ien
broughl to the attention of fte health ';
authorities.    Tho alarming spread of
the  :'mer  is attributed  to tbe drinking  of   river   water   by   the   Asiatics, j
and 'li"  lack of proper sanitary conditions   in the  tenements    in  which |
they exist.
FOR
FURNITURE
CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, OILCLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES
PICTl'RES   AND PICTURE FRAMES.   GO-CARTS,   LACE
CURTAINS,   PORTIEIIS.   UPHOLSTERING,    CABINET
WORK,   SHEETS,   PILLOW CASES, BLANKETS. &c ,  &c ,
It will   pay  you  to try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK.
TEL.   73.       COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
JUST   RECEIVED
A Large Shipment of
rockery ^Glassware
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.      OUR  PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
A meeting of the liberal association
of this city will be held in the Liberal
cub rooms at S p.m. on Tues I 1. ,
Sept. 17, for the purpose of electing
delegates to the convention to be I 11
in Vancouver on Oct. 1, and als 1 to
transact anv other business which
may be brought up- All liberals are
i invited to attend-
JOHN REID, Pres.
.1. \v. MacDONALD, Secy.
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Columbian College
will  re-open  9  a.   m.,
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TUESDAY, Sept. 17
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ADAMS & DEANS
Next Door to a Gift
SEVENTH AVENUE���Two ints $:25 each on your own terms.
'''   'RTH  AVENUE���One lot; 5450 on your own terms.
TENTH AVENUE���ri) lots, with lu corners; $75 per lot on your r*,a
terms.
'HTH   AVENUE���One   !ot; $160 on your own terms.
As''l  STREET���One lot;    $350 on your own terms.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
'The Farm Land Specialists,''' New Westminster
Gymnasium and Y.  M. C. A, jgj
building will b= ready for use |
'-.   October tst,
For Calendar, etc., addreBs: |
COLUMBIAN     COLLEGE. $
Look Up
THE
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
j67   Columbia   St.
OPP. PREMIER HOTEL  Phone B278
3 tins of pineapple for 25c at Kyle
& s in, Front street. ��
Three Chinamen who were laboring
I under the false impression that gamb-
| ling  was  all  right   If n<>  white  mofi
were taking a hand it^ the game received   i  rude  awakening yesterday
: morning,   when  they separates  from
$90. the interpretation of the law being made clear to them in exchange.
The %w was not a fine, but forfeited
batl money.    The  education of  tITese
Chinese gam&lers is a good revenue
producer  for  the  city.
The Malleable man at. Hardm.in's &
Co., opposite library, call and s>je him.
E J. Fader and Nels Nelson started
on a lour of the city yesterday, the object being to solicit subscriptions for
the provincial! exhibition. They nnd
with good success from the start, and
at the end of the day they ir.i.l collected, either in cash or in promises,
Ihe sum of $600. Only the mfils, the
saloons and the city hotels were visited, ami the collecting committee expects to 'it- able to raise the sura of
$2,500 before turning in their lists to
the manager of the exhibition. W- It-
Keary.
Best of fruit land, clay loam nnd
clay subsoil; ver: easily cleared in
blocks to suit $15 per acre. Abbott
& Hyde, next to Guichon hotel-
The Sons of Scotland concert, which
is to take place In the opera liouse
on October 2, promises to be one of
the most attractive of the Beason. An
array of talent has been se'eured
which bids fair to eclipse' any previous efforts on the part of tfie or-
ganizors. Among those who will take I
pan are Miss Ella Walker, Vancouver, vocalist; Misses Mary and Lizzie
[sdale, Gowan, Scotland, dancers; Hen
WaddelJ, Seattle: J. c. Brown, Victoria: J. ami C Henderson, Vancouver, dancers, and Mr- Morrison, vocal-
ist and gold medallist of Scotland for
190", an i 1906. Other noted artfSti
are ilso being communicated with al
the present time, .and some of tTiem
at least are certain to accept the offer
mad'- them by ihe committee.
160 ..���"���":-! good land on Scotl roni.
$30 per acre'; terms. Abbott & Hyde,
next Guichon hotel-
Trustee Peebles was appointed at
ihe regular meeting >>r the school
board held .last evening to complete
Arrangements for the entertainment
of the school trustees of the province
who will assemble hero in special
meeting during the first wesk ln October. The meeting will he hfril under the auspices of the B- C. Association of School trustees- Trustee
Peebles will work in conjunction with"
the principals of the city scools in
preparing a formal reception for the
de'egateeH. Owing to the absence of
Chairman Peck from the city no action was taken with a view to appointing a janitor for lh" Central
Softool, this business being left for
the next mooting. The monthly accounts were passed for payment and
other business transacted'-
A  handsome prize    will    be   given
The Clothes Story
Reduced to Fractions
Nine-tenths of the Men of this Country wear ready-for-service Clothes.
Two-thirds of these Men wear the
good kind of Clothes, while the other
third keep the shoddy factories go'ng.
It is only a question of time when the
third last mentioned learns that it is poor
economy to buy cheap Clothes, and then
they will join the vast majority in the
purchase of good Clothes���the kind they
ought to wear.
We beg to make it understood that
we do not handle the kind the one-third
wear, but we have everything in the good
lines���they are a credit alike to Maker
and Wearer.
Handsome  Fall  Suits $10, $12, $15, to $iJ0.
Elegant Overcoats $10. $12, $15, to $25.
Correct Blocks in Fall Hats.
Everv Rood style.
Choice Toggery of all sorts-right from the
hands of the best makers.
This is the store for good things.
We give every good patron the kind
of a square deal that will win his trade,
his influence and his everlasting friendship.
H. L. DeBECK
THE   CLOTHIER
Opposite P. O.       NEW WESTMINSTER
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once In order to insure the work | away  at  Hardman's  tit. Co-,  opposite
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library, during exhibition we^k.
A STARTLING RUNAWAY
And what is often the remit? A
favorite driver or draughi Hone
is Injured or killed ami the ownar
ll i heavy lowr I can Insure
horses againsi death from any
l lUS '. iiii 1 if YOIMI horse is worth
anything this proposition in wm-tn
Investigating.
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Armstrong Block, New Westminster,  B. C. M
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MASKED MEN HOLD UP
-TRAIN IN MONTANA
Bandits Rifle Mail Sacks,
But Secure Little Booty
-$5,000 Reward.
Spokane, Sept. 12���Two masked
men clinrlied over lhe tender of the
Greal Northern's Oriental Limited
train just west of Rondo, Mont., about
2-46 o'clock this morning and, with
revolvers, they Compelled the engi'
neer to slop the train in a cut, and
then they drove Mail Clerk I_Mig
a.i I Express Messenger Dyson from
their cars into the day coaches.
After firing about fifty shots to
frighten tiie passengers, the robbers
dynamited the express car's safe, cut
open five sacks of ordinary m.afl and
departed, carrying with ihem five
sacks of registered mail.
No one was hurt, though some cars
were marked and windows smashed
by bullets
Officers of the Great Northern railway have offered ,a reward of $5,000
for the capture of each of We men-
as: He says that he has had seven
wives. He did not wait for tnem to
die or for Uie divorce laws to free him.
hut when he tired of one he took another and cast the old love aside, with
little trouble or eoremony. He told
the officers that his motive for marrying and deserting way a desireifor
revenge against, the fair sex-
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Berlin,   Sept.   12���An insane    ljnan
named Lodsky, arrested on suspicion
thai* lie was the^'ripper" who murEar-
ed several schoolgirls recently, lias
escaped from the observation \v*Trd
of the prison hospital. The now* of
his escape created consternation, kid
the fear prevails that fresh < rijiie
will he perpetrated-
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Handsome Homes,
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Hotel Guests.
Guichon���.1. F- Fouche, Boston! S.
M. O'Neill, Victoria; J. Rill. Winnipeg;
H. .1- Hollings and wife. Vancouver;
Mrs. Marshall Smith, Ladner.      \
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F. 0 Lane, J Bell and wife. Vancouver; W W- Wallace and wife, Bay
View, Wash.; W. E- Beckett, T- $os-
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Livingstone, Ladner-
Marries Seven for Spite-
Beliingham,    Sept-    12���James *P-
Ross,  alias Bosey, alias Ronk, a cocaine fiend, physical wreck and confessed  bigamist, is held at the city
jail  in  this city pending an  inve.Sff-
ga'.on  into statements he has made
Jjto the officers regarding a number of
J matrimonial   ventures   he   claims   to
4have had.   Ross gave himself into the
:: custody of Chief of Police Durt Thorn-
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THIS ELEGANT LIBRARY INCLUDING 125 VOLUMES AND
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The contest began Aug, 23rd, 11107, aud will close Jan. rilid,.
1908, at 7 p. ni.
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votes are to be deposited.
At lhe close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School,
having received the largest number of votes will be awarded the
library,
Currenl   accounts  when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, voles can be secured by trading with the firms listed below.
Library is on  exhibition at W. E, Fales'  furniture store.
D. S. Curtis will count tbe votes.
9 LOTS on Brunette and Distillery
streets, Sapperton. $1600; half cash,
halance terms.
1 Lot 66x132 ft., S. 1,2 of S, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 0 months.
4 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue hetween Thirteenth ami
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 25 and
CO, close to new tram line extension.
$1200,  half cash,  half six months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street !>8xi:i2 only $800, a
splendid  investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $650.
1C0 acres less right of way about i>
acres for railway;  25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced; j
1 1-2 story bouse 18x28, lean too 14x28 j
and  lean  too 16x22;   barn 30x32 and I
lean   too  32x14;   granary   10x16;   two;
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon
shed 20x30;  small miik house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price1
$6000;  $2000 cash, balance easily ar-
ranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third Btreet,  be-
tween Royal and Queens avenue east ]
side, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.!
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 casb, balance 6
and 12 montbs.
This property is only % mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chick-
ens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
160 acres, less 3% for new railway, \
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land, I
under grass, suitable for dairy farm; |
40  acres under-drained,    ditched  all
round and fenced around and through
centre;    5 room house;    barn 40x75,
sufficient feed for about 300 head of
stock.    Priea $8000;   terms one-third
cash, hal. to suit purchaser.   One mile
from station on new car line.
Ixit 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
160 ACRES ahout two miles from
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
and partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $1760
cash, balance to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.
Lot 8; south side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half  cash.
2 LOTS, 132x132, N.-W. corner of
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
1 LOT, full size, Block 59, Lot 8,
Sub. 9; partly cleared. $200, or $150
cash.
' Full Bizefl IM on 4th St. at the end
of Regina St., between Sth and 6th
avenues, west side of 4th St. Price
$400;   half cash.
4 Lots 88x132 each, 4th avenue,
13th street.   $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES on 1 lot, Keary Street,
Sapperton; 5 rooms and kitchen, wood
sh��d and I rooms, kitchen and wood
shed. $1000 each, one-third cash, balance easy.
77.58 ACRES, black loam land, all
ploughed and cleared and dyke.l; N.
E. Y* Sect. 5. $75 per acre, one-third
cash, one-third 3 months, one-third 6
months.
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing 8th Avenue,
4 lots cleared, small house, chicken
house, 175 chickens; fenced. Inclusive
price $1500, $1000 cash.
Three ful sized lota on Fifth avenue,
north side between First and Second
streets, No. 5, 6 and 7. Price $400
each or $1100 for the three.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash, *
balance to be arranged.
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Jeweler
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
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T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West  End  Grocery
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
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Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an.l
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots. 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Cull at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, ou Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7 \
per cent.
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
120 acres, E 1-4, section 25, township 9, Maple Ridge, 1 barn 70x78 ft.,
1 barn 38x70 ft., 6-room house, all
nearly new; 70 acres cleared, 50 acres
under cultivation; balance as pasture,
easily cleared, 2 acres of orchard;
good rich bottom land; 2 good wells
and creek; $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,
balance eeasy.
-2U storey house,' 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot 66x132;
lane at back; part of lot^set out with
fruit trees and nice "lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
months at 7 per cent.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street south
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house, chicken house, 175 choice
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
1 1-2 liouse, 6 rooms and flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent. Size of lot 55x165.
$350 cash, balance on easy, tehns.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 foi' three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrfvale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 eash
Acreage on Vancouver road, coiner
of Gilley road.   $225 [ier acre.   Acreage Is selling last at this price.
No.  30S.--S-roomeel  House,   with   bath
room,   etc.;   Agnes   St.     $2,500;   Ut
cash, balance 3 and 6 rnos. at 7 '���;.
No.', 30��j���O-roomejl house, wit.i'.Jiath
room, corner nl Oth and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
Full sized lot, north side of Hamilton street between Sixth and Eighth
streets; $236.
28  acres on    Mara  road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre    FOR    A   FEW    DAYS
' ONLY.    One-quarter cash,   balance   1
.and 2 years at 7 %.
2 Iots on 8th St. between 5th and
,6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x
[ 132; Nos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
, both, half cash, balance easy.
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I Block, corner of Auck- 1
land & llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between  7th and 8th avenues.
2 houses corner or Merrival aud
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
| lot 11; one house rents for $25, the
e other $10; flush elosets ami all connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balance in fi, 12 and 18
months at 7 %. *
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 6 of ,4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, halance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50xir>0, outside city limits
^ $60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
i enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
| Centrally located in a commmamling
situation; Third avenue/at foot of
Fifth street, Two and one half-storey
house. Ton rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, (lush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
06x132, with lane in rear; part of lot I
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres |
cleared;   barn  50 x 30;   stables, etc.; '
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
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Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre.
Half cash.   Jump.
6 ACRES go<       ,,m 60i,ftj
Lot   16,   corn.     | , ���. Mowj
and Brunette       I,  south
roomed  houBi .   p&T\or, dlnlatl
kitchen am! ���   .     sdroonfcj
ed; ccmseryati     30 or ��[*
heated by pip.-.   ,u.;|. ^
15   bearing fruit  trees; consi
stock ready to j   ������ out; 2SU|
5 acres che,:- :.: tim.
maining acre; all fenced; J
from school. Prii i $3000; |J|
bal. in 6 months a: 7 per ceotl
1 LotT88x132, 4th ft'..,;.  J
$800 cash.
3 LOTS,    5, 6 & 7,   ',   ;.
cleared, upper side of ith Ave tj
1 tween 1st and 2 n.i Streets. PrJ
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from 1st Stn
; 6th Avenue on south side. No J
37 & 38, full size. Price $110(1
four, or $300 each; half cash.
Double    tenement house, is|
[1st and 2nd St;  1 lot.   Price[
ecash half and half in i) moating
'Rents for $10 each tenant.
40 acres % section 14, N, 4ofl
I of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from.rii
Haworth road, Surrey; hoejsej
!l'/2 storey house, 3 rooms I
other 3 can be added upstatr.;|
,shack;  1V6   acres cleared anj��
with clover, red; fairly easily cf
; One  mile  from shingle mill.
$1,200;. terms half cash, balai
| months at 7 %.
Full sized lot No. 12 on Royil
I and Sth St. Price $,1050, hii!|
balance at 7 % per annum.
Westerly 4, 11 of 63, Sub.
122x132 corner 100 feet square;!
houses drawing $28 per month. 1
$5,000, half cash, balance in fl
months.
100 S.E. V. of Section 26, Kd
,10 acres,partly cleared; Kanabi
running through; gooel road; oal
north of Webster's corner; i
mill and P.O. at the west comej
ber worth $7 per acre; cedar a
4 miles from Port Haney.
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, baiai
ranged.
Large lot and  two cottagsMj
lumbia street, Sapperton. BothsJ
iat $10 each.
One and one-half storey house!
full size lot, situated north si
Royal avenue and corner of Mcfif
street; 9 rooms; bath room, M|
cold water, closet; woodshed;!
bearig fruit trees; streets onl
BideB; fine view. Price $1.8* |
cas'j.
Lot facing 2nd St., between <tf
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Qij
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all cleared;!
alongside and back. Price Iq
half cash, balance easy at 1 fr.
i 150 acres improved land, biiMI
and sheds complete, near Cloverij
all under cultivation, $15,009.
can handle this, don't delay; l|
bargain; terms dan be arranged.
2 lots, 20, 21; No. 20, $170; M
(corner) $175. Durham and S��J
streets.
tarFor the above four propyl
special price will he made to onel|
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., between J
and Gth Ave.; 2 single and 1 '
bedrooms upstairs, and hath 1
down stnirs; parlor, dining room.1
chen and patttry. Full sized W
ning buck to Ash St, Price #
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 P*r'
at 7 per cent.
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REAL    ESTATE   BROKERS
Front Street        Te.ePhoncJ33
/ kEPT. 13,
1907.
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
<*     FAOt SriVEN
TIMBER NOTICES.
adies,
15���or-
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$10
EASTERBROOK  MILLING CO., Eburne,
hFFEB  TWO   PRIZES - First. $15;   second,  $10, for
Ue best loaf of bread exhibited at the  forthcoming Pro-
incial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IPERIAL   FLOUR - IMPERIAL
���fjo entrance fee needed���all that is necessary is that the
{bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
TAKE NOTICE that Henry M
O'Connor o:' New Westminster, B.C.
occupation timber cruiser, intends t)
apply for special timber licenses over
the following described lands, situated iu vicinity of Draney and Rivers Inlet-.., New Westmine'ter Land
District, Coast District Range 2.
l. Commencing at a post planted at
ner of Timber License 11,509, thenoe aer of Tmiri-r License 11,509, thenc?
south 10 chains, theuce Past 160 north 80 chain.-, thence west 80
chains, tlience uorth 40 chaius, theuce   chains, thence so.'.th 80 chaius, tlience
west 160 chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August B3,  LJW7,
11. Commencing al a post planted
SO chains west of Hue seiuthwest corner      of      Timber    License      11,509.
east so cheiins to point of connnence-
ment, aad containing G40 acres ujore
or less.
H.  M   OV'riNNOR.
August 23, 1907.
27. Commencing a: a post planted
240 chains west of the south\vtvs<_ corner of Timber License 11.S09, thenee
W^&iS
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
the southwest corner of Timber Li-   thence south 80 chains, thence  west   uorth    80    chains,    tnence    east    80
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cQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS,
3NT STREET. New Westminster.
cense 11.50S, thence west 40 chains,
thence north SO chains, thence east
120 cliains, thence south 40 chaius,
thence west 80 chaius, thence south
40 chains to point of commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or less.
H.  Bl O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
2. Commencing at a post plauted
4e) chains west of the southwest cor-
80  chains
theuce  uorth  SO  chains.
An.v available Dominion Lands within the Railway Uelt in British Colum-
chains, thence south SO chains, thence ; b,&' may l)e homeateade 1 by any per-
thence east    80 chains    to point  of west 80 chains to polut of commence-   ��on who la tlie sole bead of a family,
commencement,   aud  containing   640 ment, and containing 640 acres more   or any male over 18 years ot   age, to
acres more or less. or less.                                                     j the extent ot   one-quarter   section of
H. M. O'CONNO... H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907. August 23, 1907.
15. Commencing at a post plauted 2S. Commencing at a  pout plauted
SO chaius  west ajid  40 chains  souta L60 chains north and SO chains east
of  the  southwest  corner  of  Timbei of  the  northwest  corner   of   Timber
License 11,509, theuce south 40 chain* License 11,508, thenoe norih 80 chains
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must he made personally at
the local land office ror the district in
which the laml ia situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there?
ner of Timber  Liceuse 11,508, theuce  theuce east  160 chains, thence  uorth   thence  east  SO  chains,   theuce  Bouth
east SO ehains, thence south SO chaius   10 chaius, theuce west 160 chains to   80 chaius. thence.west SO chaii to  with under oue of the following plans?
Telephone 333.
lew Wellington COAL
[AYERS 5 PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
|e. FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345 'Phone   105.
thence west so chains, .thence north l>olnt  ol  commencement,  and    eon-  point of bomtoetceaient, and contain
80 chains to point of commencement, taining 040 acres more or less.                Lng 640 acres more or leBI.
and  containing    640  acres   more  or H. M. O'CONNOR.                                   ll. M   O'CONNOR.
less. August 2;;, 1007.                                  August 2;:. L90l
H. M. O'CONNOR. 16. Commencing at a post planted,    29
Augdst 23, 100
(1) At lenat six mouths' rerideni'4
upon and cultivation ot the land in
each year for three years
(2) If the father (or mother, If the
Commencing  at a post   planted I father.is decuiis<>.l>, of the homestead-
SO chains west aud 80 chains south 160 chains north and 80 chains east ' er resides upon a farm in the vicinity
$ Commencing at a post" planted ,of tlle southwest corner of Timber of the northwest corner of Timber, of the land entered for, the require-
I ���chains west of the southwest cor- .-License    11,509,    thence    south    80   License 11,508, thence south 40 chains   ments as to residence may be satisfied
the
nes of (Timber License 11,6$, thence chains, thence east so chains, thence
1 so4th eSO chains, thence ^wesl ,so,llortU s" chains, thenc* west SO
, duties, ihence uorth SO chain.., t'.vnce /Chains   to   point  of    commencement,  thence south  40
1 e.i**: 80 ehains to point of commence- j'anii    containing    640  acres   more  or   80 chaius to point ot commencement,
mei.i, and containing 640 acres tuore l-less- 1 all,i    containing    640    acres more or
or Mess. j' H. M. O'CONNOR,     'less.
H. M. O'CONNORl      ���   August, 23, 1907. H.  M. O'CONNOR.
lugisl 23, $07, \���   17. Conimencing at a post plante:!1    August 2:;. 1907.
4. Commencing  at  a  post flanted ��� s0 chains  west aud  so chaius  south!    30. Commencing at  a  post planted
1 40,chains west of the southwest cor-!o��  tno  southwest corner of    Timber'120 chains imrUftaiid   _) ch|in8 east
thence east 12o chains, thence* luythib.'   such., person   residing   with
8Q chains,    thehce    weal   10 chains, leather or mother.
0 chains, thence w*Bt (8) If the settler haa his permanent residence luwu farming laud owned by him iu the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satislied by 'residence
upon tho saiel land,
Six months' notice In writing should
hi gif en to the *Commtssloni>J' of Do- 't
1,'ne'J ofTimher  License 11,508,  thei.ee rMcense    11,500,   theuce    south
uer, 1-0  cnains  north* and   I?  cliains east   0* giyen to tue *i .mini
80 riif'tht^f nortlijvesl curneij  of  Timber j minion Lands al Otta*
north    80     chains,
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
,  WHEN  YOU   DANK  WITH
Tht
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS   OVER       45,000,000
thenci  west  8o'"c'ulin-s- thence west SO chains, theuce   License 11,50s, rtfonce sonth 40 chains
chains, theuce south SO chains, thence '.north so chaius, theuce east SO chains ! thence east 160 chains, theuce north,
,a$t SO ciiains to poiut of commence- ',t0 Poiut of commencement, and con- ' 40 chains, thence west 160 chains to
i point of commencement, and contain-
CONNOR.    '��� iug 610 acres more or less.
August 23, 1907. H. M. O'CONNOR.
18. Commencing at a post planted. Ats3''*t -;!. 1:"17- <
[160 chains west and SO chains south ;u- Commencing from a post plant-
of the southwest corner of Timber j ei1 at the southeast corner of Timber
License 11,609, thence north SO chains I License 11,508, thence north 120
thence west SO chains, thence south chains, thence east 00 chains, theuce
SO chains, thence east So  chaius to: south 94 chains more or less to shore
of commencement,  and    con��|i���� y^cat
 ��� ���  	
SO-chains
tinfet, and containing 640 acres more [taining 640 acres more or less.
or.less. H. M. O'CON.N
! H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 2:;,  1907.
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8. Commencing ,at a post jgdauted
liil) chaiust north of. the northwest
cojner of Timber License 11,508,
thence west 40 chains, thence south
80  chains,    r.'.ence    west  41  c'.iair.s. |
point
a of intention ".
to apply for patent. ��
Coal lands may be purchased at $10
per acre for soft coal and $&0 for anthracite. Not more than rtiO acres .,
can be acquired by oue Individual or ..
company. Royalty at the rate of ten ��
cents per ton of 2.000 peutids shall be j
collected on the gross output.
W. W. CORY,
Arm
Praney's    Inlet;
; s :..:.i 40 chains, thieuiSfe east{
taming 640 acres more or less. rihence   south:\> st  ..;   along  shore   to
theuce north 120*chalns to'
August 2:;,
H.  M.
1907.
O'CONNOR.
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B.  LYLE,  Manager.
point of commencement, and oonta.li
ing 640 acres more or iess.
H. M. O'CONNOR.     J     19, Coitfmenclng  ai a  post,   planted
August 2:1, 1907. 1 160 chains west and SO chains south
p. Commencing  at   a   post planted j of   the   southwest  corner of Timber
', lOfi chains  north of    the    northwest k License 11.509, thence south So chains
corner   of    Timber     Lilense   11,508,1 thence  west SO chains, thence north
' thence east  S')  chains, Ihence south | SO chains,   thence east SO chains to
iff. chains;    theuce    west 40 chains, J point ol commencement, and contaln-
thence south  So chains,  thence  west | ing 040 acres more or less.
ank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
|hes throughout Canada and New    undland, and iu  London,  Eugland,
w York, Chicago and  Si-oka ne, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Gen-
il Hanking Business Transacted
fs of Credit issued, available wl i   corresponcftuts in all  uarts of the
Ve' rl!.
igi Bank  Department.     Deposits,   received  eu sum;- ot fl nun. ipwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum (present ratei added
four times a year.
Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
40 chains, thence north 120 chains to
point of commencement, and con-
taining 640 Kcreaginore or less.
EL M. O'CONNOR.
August  23. 1907.
7. Commencing at  a  post   planted.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August
1907.
point   of   coin...eiicei. at,   and    containing 640 acres more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
"2. Commencing from a post plant-
eel at the noi'ilKM-si corner of Timber
License ll,50*i. tlena. south 10 chains
thence west su chains, thence south
10 chains, thence oast 1?)) chains,
thence norih SO chains more pr less
to shore of West Ann of Draney's iu-
tet;   tlience  westerly  along  shore to 1
Deputy of the Minister ot the lu- i
terlor.
N. B��� Unauthorized   publication of I
this   advertisement    will uot be paid j
fa. :
We E^t to Live
Hut at the same time it is neces-
sary to know whal We are eating.
At KENNY'S !cife.
You   can   rely    upon    QUITTING
THE   BK.ST   OE   EV'KRYTHINO.
e point of commencement,    and   con- j
20. Commencing at a post planted j tainlng 640 acres more or less.
240 chains west and SO chains south H   55   O'CONNOR.    1
of  the southwest  corner of  Timber     August 2:; .1907
License H,5ei9, then,-- n >rtl, 80 chains      .,,   Commencln    ,,,������ ��� ���osl ������,���.
'160  chains  north of    the/northwes^ thence  west SO chains, thence south  e(J  (|1 diuins q��   ^  |1���lt���(,1,t
corner of    Timber    Licens,.    11,503,180 ohalns^ thence east 80'chaihs to[corner    of    Tlmber 8e UiBMi
thence north Se) chains, thence west poiht of commencement, and'cont4ln<-j'^^ south s0 cb.u^   )h(,UCi, ea8,
SO  chains,    thence   south   SO  cheiins, j \ng 540 acres more or less. <
jhence  east    so chains    to  point of H. M, O'CONNOR,    i
owitainlng 640
lommencement, -pml
acres more or less. \
H. M. OVONN'OR.
I August 2ri 1907.
S. Commencing  at   a   post   planteei
lilei  chains   nortii
corner  of    Timbei
August 2o. 1907.
21. Commencing at a
210 chains west and SO chains south
Of   the   southwest   corner   of   Timber
License 11,509. thence south SO chains !
the  northwest   tlience  west 80 chains, thenee north.
License'   11.508.! 80 chains, thence  east  SO  chains tei
80 chains, tlience north Si cnains,
more or less, to shore of Wesl Ann
of Drainey's Inlet; thence westerly
'' " .. ! along shore to point of coiiinii'iici'-
ment, and containing 610 acres more
or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
Rushton & Speck
���l-'OR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
Genera]  Repairing
Aughst.*28, 190T.
Ihence  nortii  SO chains,   theme  vast   point of commencement, and contain-
e Canadian Bank of Commerce
-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
VeALKKR, President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager.
A GENERAL  RANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
80 ihains, thence south so onalns,
thence west SO chains to poin: of
commencement, and containing 640
;n i.es more' or less.
j K. M. O'CONNOR.
Augusi  lh, 1907.
9. C.iiiiiiiencing   al   .1   posl
24ft, chains, borth of    the northw
isl
11-(ri-r.i-r of    Timber    License    11,508,
ilicaef nonu  80 chains,  thence wes
SO chains.    1! ence  moth  80 chains
ing 840 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23. 1907.
22. Comiiie.ncing al b post planted
I 15 chains east and 20 ihains south
of the south end of Goose Ray in Riv-
planted ers Inlet, thenoe north 80 chains,
thence west so chains, thence sonth
so chains, thence east 80 chains to
peiini of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
Salts  Notes
FARMERS' BANKING.
ty facility afforded   Farmers  for   their banking   business.
pairied   or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BY. MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall.
ftiwn accounts  receive every attention. ���
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R DAVIDSON. Manager-
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.	
B U CES T 1 'N  in 1 ���������"*
fireat Northern Railway
thence easl 80 1 halns t 1 1 oinl of 1 ommencement, and containing 640 acres
mare .er K.sfi.
,      11. M. O'OPNNOR.
(Vugust 2:;. L907.
10. (.' !lli:'.'.<Hle ing al
; 24o t 11.-___i 11 s porlli of
, corni r of    Timber
DISTRICT OF NEW  WESTMINSTER
TAKK NOTICE that. I, .1. P. Thomp- 1
sou,    of    New     Westminsler,   U.   C��, |
Cruier,   intend   to   apply   for   special
i!in5e>' licenses   over   |he  fpjlqwslng
*
desarlbed ladds:
i
1* Commencing  al   a  popi   set.on
theZsOUth   bank   Of     C.lires.e  ) Creek
aboai    three and a  halt miles west
from Silver Creek,  which  runs into ]
ll.i"rrii,n   Lal.'-;   (.hence   iomUi id^hl.
 qhv���
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
_ FURN1TCRE.
Columbia and Frbnt 8ts.     Phone 275
F. CRAKE,
English Watchmaker    >
Two ' Jo*rs  from   Gfco. Adams,  Grocer ...
chaii
ei
$Cn ST. PAUL TO MINNEAPOLIS
���v . -y    AND RETURN
$60
Ticket., on sale Sept. 11,  12,
sit oa.    Return  l.
Expo-
13, account Jamestown
tnit,   Ninety  Days.
4bove rate is from New  Westminster;    $00   from    Seattle
���Same rates apply to Duiuth; proportionated low ratesyr-nn
Washington and Oregon  points    Rai.
Low rates to Omaha, Kansas  City,
other Eastern points.
Sept
to    Chicago:     l?1.6fi
3t.  Louis,    and   many
ODDFELLOWS'
BLAINE,   WASH..
to
MEETING
Round trip faro $1.50, children 76c.     Special train leaves
New  Westminster at 6)ri. p, in.; arrives at Blaine 7:1.. P-
������'������   Returning leaves Blaine 2;00 1. m.; prrives AV.s'inn-
;"'  3:00 a.  in.    Tickets good for return passage Sept. "lib.
F. C. MEYERS, A^ent
Phone  194. NEW WESTMINSTER, D. C.
W. A. ROSS, Assistant General Pass.  Art., Seattle, Wash.
' HH3T8
a  post, planti d
the northweBi
icons'    ii,r,o\
thehce north 80 chains, thence east
yi chains,    thence south so chains,
thi.nee.   we'sr   80 chains     to   p..int   of
1 commencement,  and   containing  Ol')
1 acreja more 0/ less,
11.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907,
11. Commencing at a  post planted
1290 chains Sorth and 80 ihains wesl
of  Hi',  northwest corner  of  Thnrier
H. M. O'CONNOR.
Aligns!  E3, R107.
22. Commencing al  a post  planted
145 chains easl  and ri) chains WUth   '" \" :r>! of *oal^eno*^ent.
'eef the south euid of Ooose Bay In Rlv-
era fhlet, thenfe south 80 chains,
Ihence  wesl  SU   chains,  thonoe  north
, so  chains, thence east 80 chaina to
! point of oominettcetnerit, and containing 640 ateri    mon1 or leas.
U. M. O'CONNOR.
Ladies' Gold Watches  from  $12.75 up. ���
GeiitlemoH's Silver Watches, open |
face, $6.00. t
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double I
case, $7.50 up.. 4
Agent (or the celebrated South Bernl 1
Wellman '
leijps,     wis-   elfin.   c.i'iius,;   southi Watches, supplied   t"    the    Welln
rifri.  ihains. :,���d eae! ..iri.it.j1 chains ! Arttdc Exoeditiou.    All  warranted.
,    * I   Chains, Rfogs, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
.!.' P. THOMPB >'.<.
i
2.'.(.'ommem ing    eit    a    post set on
the��south  bank of    cypres-   Cree'i
a'.iojjt   three and n  naif tulips west
froi*  Sliver Creek,  which runs  Into
lieeitison   Lake';    thenoe   west  eighty
jchaSis, south  forty chains, east one
Watch,
able.
repairing;     charges   reason- .
Westminster Iron Works;
August 23, lri)7.
21. Commencing at a posl. plan!.id
65 chains easl and 20 chains south of
the soutn end of Goose Ray in Rivers
lnlot, thena' south <H chains, thence
I west. 100 chains, tbence north 64
chnins, thence ersst 100 chaina to
point of commencement, and contaln-
_ reuse Ll,W8,thence south 80 chains,,
,   , .,   lng 010 acre3 inore or l,ess.
tnence  west so chains,  thence north j v   H   M   O'CONNOR.
SO chains,    thence east 80 chains to        j t.   ,">���._ '
. August lu,  1907.
point,  of  commencement,  and    con-.    ^ Commendng at n po9t plftnted
tainlng Blolacrer more orlm. , 65 chalns eftflt an��� 20 chalns smith ot
H.  M. O CONNOR.     1 .a
tn.
August. 2::. 1007.
12. Commencing at a  post planted
290 chains north and 80 chains west
\ of  tbe   northwest  corner  of  Timber
License ll,50S,Uii.tice north so chains,
rihence  west 80| chains,  thtmco south
the south epd of Goose Da^ ln Rivers
Inlet, thence west 100 chains, thence
hunjred and sixty chains, north fojW
i.heifns,    11 nil   west   e>..h."y   theipi   to
point   of !c<j|niiiiiyiceiijji.ut   ,
,1.  P.'''THOMP.".').S'.
:'..ri'nminenclng at a l'ost set on the
railway belt line distant .about six
miles north of the north -shore of Har- 1
rison Lake; thence west eighty
chains, south eighty chaius, east
eljhty chains; and north eighty chnlns
to point of commencement.
.1. P. THOMPSON.
New  Westminster, B. C,
-    August 16th,  1907., ,
ri<.\'KRAL  MACHINE  ANU  ENUINB j.
WOKK.
;81IIP SMITHING. HKlDUfJ ami
STRUCTIIRAI^ IRON ' WOKK.       j
Orn��[ment!ii Iron work, Jinciudlni I
Fencea, Gates. Fire Ulscapes, etc.        \
Mall orders and correspondence In-1
vlted.
thence southerly, easterly and northeasterly  around shore of    bay  to a
point north of post; thence South SO
so  chains,  thei|-e  east 80 chain, to | chatns more or less t0 polnt o( ^m.
oint  of    commencement, nnd  co|-1 nLnoement, and fcontalntagM^ acrjs
mpre or less. -
H. M. O'CONNOR. ,r   M   (P(\)NNOR.
j    August 83, 1907. (August 2:;,  1907,
"hi    111. Gotrfftionclnl at ��Spost planted     ,20. Co:n,-:lencing a*   a  post plante'.
tJ SO chains west oif the BButhwest cOrit 2 to eh&ltis west cf ���i.e southv.est cor-
nirth 80 chains, thence east 30 chains Westminster
more or less to shore of*Goose Bay; |
Trahsf cr Co.
taining G40 acrjjs morel or le>s.
office 'Phone W.V       Hsvo  enooW��187
Columbia St.
aagitage delivered
oart of tHe city.
prompii} to %nj
JOHN REID,
BEOBIB S'l'KHilU'l'.
New W#��fralnnter. f. o  *f*
Light and Heavy Haulinf
Offlso���Trai-n Depot
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
1 ���   ���/
! ED. aOULeKl.
i   I '   13. KK. Agent
.       H*w westminsto-.
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the Daily news.
Friday, sept ..
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P ire!
Pire!
Protect your heme and your business against loss by FIRE
I   am agent   for  Guardian Assurance  Co.,  Ltd-,  of  London,  Eng-,
security $12,908,870;    Mercantile  Fire  Insurance  Co-,  Ltd.,  security-
US,012,24.r>;    and  the  Sovereign  Fire Assurance Co., Ltd-,  security
$2,000,000- ,
There's io economy in buying
"cheap* salt. At present prices
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more than imported salt. It is
pure and never cakes.
187 W
W.J.KERR.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS
NEW WESTMINSTER,  d. C.
HEAL   ESTATE, INSURANTS, AUCTIONEER
Warehouse For Rent
First class brick warehouse on Front
street.    We will rent this cheap.
The jiu-jitsu wrestling match which
was to be pulled off in Vancouver
Jast  evening did  not occur.
A meeting of the city directors, the
Doard of control and the committees
of the R- A. & I- society will be held
this evening in the board of fraile
room. The celebration program wH; j
be drafted and reports will he received from the various committees.
The St- Mungo cannery finishel
canning humpback salmon yesterday
morning and are now turning their attention to cohoes, which are said to
he plentiful- The canneries are paying 30 cents each for cohoes.
mer known in Spitzbergen for thirty
years-   The winds during August have l
averaged  thrice the   velocity of the.
average during August last year-
'Nearly all are from the north, and
a blizzard is now brewing-
"We shall wait a few more days |
for favorable weather for Starting-1
After that the sun will be too low j
to permit a voyage. If fhe America
starts the crew will consist of but
three men���Wellman, Vaniman and j
Heisenberg.
".Major  Hersey wiJl  he left out be-
cause of  illness-    The airship is  in
perfect  condition-    Confidence in the i
ultimate  success  to  reach  our  des- |
tinatien is unshaken.
(Signed)        WELLMAN-
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BUY
160 acres near Abbotsford for $1200 and
double your money inside of 6 months.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Jfc^fcjr���j^j^.w,��..'���.iV".-^-^."_..'^^
���^i'W^^^l'���|,���^.���^."'l-/^'J^-.^^rAw..-^l--/l���^.''^l'���'M���^1���^.���^^'���^l,���'o".r^*^."(>'ll'''.������l.''���
School Opening
THIS WEEK we are busy making it interesting
for the School Children, with opening up
school  Supplies
NEXT WEEK the School Children will be busy
making it interesting for us.
J.J.MACKAY y COS
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President T- J. Trapp and Manager
W- H- Keary of the provincial exhibition stated that the prospects were
never better for a successful exhibition than those at the prtsent time.
There is every promise for a record
exhibition in the agricultural, horticultural and stock departments especially, and it is now an assured
fact that in many respects the exhibition will greatly exceed the Dominion exhibition of 1905. Mr. Trapp
reports that there were but efgfit tfls-
trict exhibts at the Dominion HUr
! whi'.e this year's provincial exhibi-
I tion will have fourteen district ex- >}
| hibits.
00 acres in Burnaby, close to Van-
i couver   car  line,  $150  per  acre;   4-2
cash,  balance at  7 per cent.    White
Shiies & Co.
K- O- Patterson, of Pitt lake, yesterday soJd his halt' interest in the
logging outfit conducted at the fake
for some time past by himself and A.
Patterson to his partner for a sum
in  the  neighborhood  of $2,000-    Mr.
De  Laval
Gream
Separator
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Patterson  has  been Jogging    at Kti | >J
lake  lor the  past  couple    of  years,   ^
i^JWMtJt
We, the undersigned, Reed Manufacturing Co. of Newark, New
York, DO HEREBY CERTIFY tbal Bryson & Sous of New
Westminster has an agen.-y for REED'S PATENT ANTI-
RUSTING    TINWARE.
\W hereby warrant and fiiarantee against rust each and
every piece of our Antl-R'lSting Tinware- Should any be returned rusted m any time, ve guarantee to replace same with
new goods, free of charge.
In witness where if, we have hereunto affixed our cor-
I Seal J       porate soul  and  Bl^aiture ihis 3rd day of .lune, 1907.
REED   MANUFACTURING  COMPANY
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 - AGENTS
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| Just Received:
Carload of
BRIQUETTES
bringing down logs ior the Small &
Bucklin company, and    during    Uiat
time he has prospered to such an extent that he considers he is now rich
j enough to get married-   To prove his
��� theory, he is leaving this morning for
| Halifax, N- S., where he will be urilt-
i ed in holy matrimony on September
. 25  to Miss Isabel Eaton,  daughter of
j Dr- B- H- Eaton, of that ctty.    After
| spending three  months  in   the  east,
! -Mr.   and   Mrs.  Patterson   wil3  return
i to New Westminster where they will
| make their home in future.
A foot, race at Queen's park during
exhibition   \ve.ek   between  Longboat,
the Indian, and Burns of Calgary,  is
now   almost   assured,   ii   the   parties
concerned hold to. the offer made to
representatives of the exhibition some
days ago.    .Mayor Keary received    a
telegram yesterday from Burns' trainer in Calgary who staled that tin- offer made to his man by the'manag'e-
, ment of the exhibition would "ie accepted-    A   contract   has    not    ueen
| signeil   wiih   Longooat   yet,  but   -Mr.
i Welsh  interviewed  the Indian  while
l in the east a short time ago and was
i assured by him that ho woifnl come
! to the coast and race here for praC-
| tically  his expenses.    Tiie    manager
j wired  him last  evening with  the object of  completing  lh?  negotiations,
but up (ill a late hour a reply had not
been received-
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New
Dress
Goods!
Me
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The easiest way for you tei d0 this
is  to call on  us  tli..  nex   time
are down town-
You will surely wan! ;.. >,,. .|je
largest and best stock of NEW FAU
FABRICS before deciding wihat materials you will have in your costume
We mention here a tew speciai
cloths of quality:
Spot Proof Amazon Cloth, a cl(
ith which we have handled for yearsI
and which we sell at the same price despite advances in tost Col-I
ors fawn, brown, navy, cardinal, green, grey, resedo, and black. 0i_r|
special price, per yard $1 o
54-inch Suitings���A large variety of patterns ami colors in materialsI
which are made b.v the best mills of Canada and England Per|
yard      85c, $1 00.  $125 and $150
Cloths for Children's Dresses, 30c and 35c per yard A large rangeI
of smart cloths for school and other wear in plain and laucy ma-|
terials;  width  lb inches.    Per yard    30c, 35c to 60c 1
NEW BRAIDS for TRIMMING
You have been waiting for a new trimming for some time, probably. See the new draw braids in plain and fancy designs; all col-1
ors suiting the various combinations of colors in dre.-s goods.
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
THE  STORE  FOR   HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminster!
y LUSBY fJADVERTISE  IN  THE
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NEW
K��x*>��>>>>>rco>:ce��;:��>>>��::o>r��
Fall Shoes
For Men
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
Gilley Bros, im
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UNFAVORABLE  WINK
DELAY   WELLMAN'S TRIP
Chicago, Sept. 12--Thc following
message haa I ��� received from Walter Wellman, who hopes to reach the
North   fob'   by   moans  of  a  biilloffiT:
"Spitsbergen, via Tromsoe, Norway.���Tho airship America has been
waiting for a fortnight for an opportunity for a trial trip and a start for
the pole- It is ready to depart at any
hour.
"Strong winds have been blowing
constantly from the north for throe
weeks and it is impossible to take
the ship from its anchor without
causing its instant, destruction-
"This has been the stormiest s-im-
City Voters' List
Notice is hereby given thyt the
Voters' List for tbe year 1907 has
been completed, and that the sama
may be seen at this office for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be added
to the said Voters' List, or any Elector who shall desire to have any
name erased therefrom, must prefer
his or her request in writing, signeel
with his or her name, and shall deliver or cause same to be delivered,
to tbe City Clerk within the time
hereinbefore  specified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
City Clerk's office, City Hall,
New Westminster, Aug. 30, r��o7.
TWO GOOD BUYS
Royal Ave., lot, well situated        $800, easy terms
Fifth Ave., lot 99x99, splendidly situated,
$800, easy terms
THIS PROPERTY WILL MAKE YOU MONEY
ajpr
THE man who has a little time to spare will
enjoy spending that time looking through!
the splendid stocks of "All America" Shoes|
now assembled here.
We have just received many new lines of
handsome Shoes from abroad, and there are
large collections of splendidly made American
Shoes, many of which are cut from materials
specially selected, thus enabling us to guarantee every pair. All are in select, refined
styles, and they are handsome and exclusive
shapes that will be appreciated by well
dressed men.
These Shoes are sold only in this city by     i
W. E. Sinclair
The Reliable Shoe Man

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