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 ute, Shiles & Co.
rlRE INSURANCE
rW WEsTMINSTER, B. C
White, Shiles & Co
/REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
froU'ME 2, NUMBEB ��26
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3��, 1907,
*��
*fe
10 CENTS PKK WEEK
fOfli HAS ARRIVED     THESPIANS EIGURE
fOR WW FAIR    IN REAL EIFE DRAMA
Uendid Cattle and Horses'Richard T. Love Compelled
���...... .:   Stabled   at   the     to Assume Role of Villian
��>v
RAILWAY WAR OVER.
BIG   PAYROLL.
Bloody   Striff   Between   Rival   Alaska    Miners   Receive  Large  Sum  of   Monev
Interests    Settled. On   Monthly   Payday.
(Exhibition Grounds;
U    '���
...���'.. asj   otti   :��� '
ihe   rain   I
o ��    ad 11
.- bo   :     ... ���   .  ���
Ir and
..    wen    r
:'..,    Influx   ol   new
 d  '���.���;������'. .
:...:,���  came ap  in a
���   C.PJEL   w I
......
1
a  p. tuthi ���
I , sl   capacity   with
.   Proi ad! . i *.:.. dl ��� .
With Police Court Setting.
���   . ��� - he police
- .      : ���
ean stock oon . ���
'��� and re-
advertised j of
panj, wlil bi        ented on  ���
.    - ���      '   : .     : - ��� .    I
'
:  theft   I*
Washington Sept, rie    The govern
lin'ii: - :., ���   ��� hi  tatal assanit by
Lhi  employee! ol thi  Gnggenhelm in-
Lerests ol     the    Alaska
. ���   railroa .--i    ol   i ������.-.< z r.v-
.,   right-of- u aj    . i   'Ough    ; to'    Ke
Mon.. canyon, a military reservation
in Alaska, was the dispatch toaaj o*
a   ;,:������-., btof-waj     to    i h.
i lome c   . pa
This  will  enable  botl ci BsknEU
to  neat!.  i lie EteM  which
rati ��stt tried to s*e
Up.    G> .   . anding  the   de
partment   ol tu i   : n n  In-
ent further 1     ������.- *
ste, B. C. Sept. -'������    Bmploye
oi   eln    C ���> ���> t   N��S1    Past    I lot
, jusi bei d paid their moi
v.;,:.'. -    \; FV:ne. an i al Goal crei
>  . ������ ��� ��� ��� Wtcfte]  the
i.n ie wii'i   pai i (67,000      Because ol
���   .1 in( ':'"" ���'" ;lir a ��� '
- -i\   for    dev*lopm/8n1    par
..    'oil  iin- -I   hat   in-.   ���'���
.......       .: -,-i  fton
-   ��� at paid  lhi   e it-..,
Lhe M<i    n M,    Tbe  wage*
.       1      |   .;      .       |. V    10       pft]
��� Min     fOl     IS   ���
.   thi   minth i     lugusi
IKUMSOB WATCH      Mu>k-"IRE IN
B. C. CHAMPIONS   INDUSTRIAL BUILDING
Redshirts Stand Punishment j Pianos Well Represented���
and Easily Trim Mapl< Many Exhibits Already
Leafs-Referee Was Rank.     Staged���Others Arriving.
Roadmaster in Trouble.
    I .     C, Sepl    28.    At
\      : bl 17)
Chiiliwack   Cattle,
lost i        ie aires     located
.. ...  which  place.   ...   .:.
. ling down a splendid
: catila, horses and field
..    ���      ESxhibil  : -  from   this   dis-
\    .. ���       te awan Ivani-
..' ���      1HKPIS
Mag al    railway. J.l.ehlanc. roarlmasrir of 1hfc
that Mr,  Love ��� ��� red
them wi thi     a ithoi...
������'. . :. Saturda       ��� ������'*'- ���
���    eleased  I  fi s il i   oa
:���  -   '���      : .- th<  step he
...       _ necessi S<
be payment of his salar;   an
ei  ���::���-    s the Ramoeau stock company, and be dt   lan t thi  charge
' ,>i is purely ..ie-.   i ! spite and
 jeri")>>.    Purilir  scir.i.i'e       i   strong-
��� settling down before   lj in favor of Love, and shortly after
, .   . hit release on hai; Saturday, Tie was
.i   ���-     ..-���   ee.  mi-k  cows enured   publicly     applauded    on   entering   a
-    fai lest, a few quiet days   crowded restaurant   la pehded
will   them a de-J letter, he makes a detailed statement
-���   OW r   :m animal   that | of the caused which led up to tfie Sis-
��� -:��� ���  the last minute and   mptlon of the company and the rea-
mt to pet accustomed   sons for taking the >;and he has ail
r,    .-'.���  and crowd* of people.      opted.
Some of tne Exhibitors. Henry Osmond, dec    i SSlsa
tana*   those   exhibitors    already   Marjorie Rambeau as her  aecrHIIli I
���    !   Marshall, of Chiiliwack.   representative, called al tfo  News of1
.   and of nine horses, stand-j Bee yesterday and explained the oth-
(stars, with the ceieurat-; er side of the question at length.   At-
:e Bed Tom al their Mead;   cording to his story. Love had no au-
.....  ;   . ; .,-. | brood niare;   thority for assuming the title of man-
--. a  roadster broad mare;'ager during Esmond** absence tn S*-
e.  very  nice  yeariings.     C j attle, and had also .agreed to waive all
'���hiUwuek.   has   a   very   Claim   to   salary   froai   Sept.   17 until
' Oct. 1. when ihe Rtstfbean Stock com-
n.   rin ni  has been arrested on
... ag  false entries in
eared In ihe police coun  ;....-���-���   ...>   :. ���. jj ye-,
ed   id     -.e \: Tuesday.   Leblanc
:. - bean   Ibi    ted oi a the stu
��� ri. 500      a   E  Smith and B. i.<
qulme being hit      .. smen.    ftailway '
circles   in   1 liis   district     are   greatly
stirred up over the unpleasant  affair.
The prices which wii] lie comp'''
for at the Scottish sports on Wednesday afternoon al Queen's pa'.ojr, aro
now on view a1 J. X Aitchison's. Col-
umieia stree! The silverware make?
a splendid display.
Death cf Mrs.   R    Lennie.
���.. Mm - ��� < \  ;.i. onlj  ov-
.. , i   led of two we. ks, Mrs   e Re\..
.  .<   ni.  died at thi   amiij  re3id
;. e , on  Saieii'ei.ay  morning,
. .  .
 .,< al   ���������     i ac
afternoon ti the <Mldfellows fe  .
.i targe numbei of Mends ol
as .;   '.     "    .   thi     bod;   bo
resting  place,     M;my  beautiful
... - were placed on the co
- mpathising friends    The pan
earere  were the four sons and four
���<'!> of the deceased  lady--K<��:
Henry,  EJbenezer  and   Theodore
i.< nnie, ri. lb Lusby. and Messrs, Bur
ovi   .'ii ilu weai'
.-���  red nn.i  wn,,.     ib	
.iei..  he 'onn
...   Hatched i ���   garni   o
S  m between tl    Van
.,,,,.      . .        e       ...   New
��� ���.,.,..-..   senio       .   ���   Decumsel
. ....       ��� a ��� ' ns.'   ���
ires, i ne could det< ct ao sign ol
.   ....ns-    waii       the;   fi 7   on
wat< bing the tacliot ol lhe ��� b imp ��� ai
i oiumbia which ir ej  will
have so meel    on  th<  ova.
Si a .' naoon.   On one oc-
Thi   tndul -���-        in a che-
otlc  stale at   present, and   to the tm-
iuii[ated  H sei m>   almo..   Impost . ���
m redact     nnd ���tralsfliten i   ;
the meille.\ of packing oases am! lit-
���' Ith which the I uilding is sin w a,
Indeed,1;).- ��� - sihiWti ial i ��� ee
anything Hk< In shape are ihe ei.
tional departments, up siairs. and tSbe
piano < vhr Itt which really seem to
dominate the whole of the 'ower floor.
M. \V. Waitt & Co., of Victoria and
Vancouver, and .1. H. Todd, of '<< w
West minster,  having   secured   alttfOSt
casion, after Arnold of the rie-ty Vei   lh"  whole  Btmch  Of the noeih side.
., ; m the third qu I   Dyk<i- Kvan:' * Ga��a��i_ia_n, of Van.-. .
.,   ,.,, , .     |    ., ,,    ..,���,   to   ver. have their old stand in the south
eir -  ,n a  Blight   cheer,  but : <**<  corner, and the Mason & Risch
wa.- all. ^^^^^^^
the    play    which ! Waitt & Oxr
Tue  feature  o|
thett particularlj was the pun
���'. oenl which the boys leave- to stand
on the field.   Slugging tactl     w.nc'i
in Bastera Canada would mean a fif-
tninutes' penalty foi tht ottend-
er, were passee. over without as nnic.i
I i imand from the referee. The
TRUSTEES ASSEMBLE
IN SESSION TODAY
vid-.wen  and   Chapman.      The   Tecumsehs wondere.t at  tins, and la-
Jtevs. Dr, Kttgg aad T. TT. MeSWea of-1 quired whether this  was    the usual
: ti     al tne   burial service.
Two Hundred Delegates from
School Boards Will be in
Attendance at Convention
INDIANS CRITICIZE
WESTERN LACROSSE
style ol play on the wast. On being
informed 'hat the game they were
witnessing was a fatr sample of wes'
ern lacroste, they murmured something about having to get "neavier
s.riris. tor Tuesday's game, w"iTie one
! e t ihe defence men wanted to Vnow-
' whether Ihere was a ru'e against tak
int: an ax on the field.
'Singeing   Doe?   Not   Meet I   Ch*rtl�� Q��ert4e'��'imPpe��i<m�� ��t tHo
��*     �� ***���*-" 1 gaaw appear elsewhere.
With    Their   Approval��� j The G��me-
Barrels of Red-shirt Coin.
Not  for a  moment   did   il   look like
a   Maple   Leaf   victory   on   8aturda\
ial with him. with which he csi-
\      ��� to Win.    A. C. WtBlh of Chi'.i-
pek hjs sen) down a herd of twen-
l-one Ayreshirea,   airteen   Lincoln
anil  -ix  hogs.      He  was ooni-
I i .ic    wo ������' v.i- beta miltt-
Itome, :nid In consequence is
{���      -��� "i entering in the butter
The seme predicament has
"��� : A.   .1.   Street,   also   from
.  Who  hits  Hail tO leave'  two
BSl   milkers   behind   and   Iris
|'      iwn with on.y e ]. ven head of
bul  among theni is the
utaplon bull of last year, and a very
son of his who in a year or
"> will  poBSibly  take  championship
mors himself.
'i. of Bardis, has brought
' V.ri'shire bulls, twenty-two
��� pigs and a flock of twenty
T :. sheep.   O.K. Kflflftit, of
pany was to be reorganised. Mr. Esmond, iu answer to questions, said
thai Mr. Love had n>>; been refuse*
his sA.ary. although ai    the preseni
time it had been dr,M. ", that if he
still per.sii.toe] in his claim, he would
have to press it through the court*,
that thf financial backer cf the Ratn-
beaa estock company aad nol withdrawn his suii)ion from thai aggregation, thai there w;\< ampl. money tf'.'
pay all outstanding debts, .".ted fhat
then waa absolute'';;, no hard feefingJ
on his or Mis.- Rambeau'a part  to*
iii Js    Love
The $100 bail man has 'he- following
io- -buy:
Tn the X ws Bditor:
Sir--Some' sbt weeks .:itio it. Seal He,
iliss Marjorie RamtH au  tnd her Bother, after repeated efforts, v��.iicjj met
rUs. haa  a   fine  drove of Chester  '-'ll'.v with  failure, appealed  to nfe to
. Steves, <,f steveston, is on complete a compan} of players to bel
:> with his Suffolk Punches and his  known as the "Rambeau Stocli Co.."
'"! ol  Holstelna,    This year there..ami represented by t-ein to be amplj
ethree herds of M<ilstelns. and the   financed and backed bj  11   WhiUaker,
H. Ron- Ji well��known and hlgniy roBiJerted rl'-
with his   b'.i-.u of Vanaouver.
The annual  convention of the  Association oi  ri itish Columbia  Schoo
Trustees  will open  In this city   this
morning al 9:30 o'clock, wiili o.e -. u
delegates in attendance,   it is i\,e,;
ed  that   the  attendance  will   be 300
strong   when  all   have ...e'rivtil     i'lu
convention ��i!l last until Wiiim ���- 'rt*
evening, and   there   Is   a   probability
ibiii a shorl  9 Bslon ��lll be lu'-1 on
Thursday,
This eveniajg thi   re option and en
tort.milium   for  the   assembled   tru
tees will be given In Sl   Qeosge'shall.
Thi starch was taken entirely out >f
them in the firM thirty-fhiw sovonels,
wheu   their  net   bulged   out   twice   in
ll   there  is one topic theii  is Tliter-
liie  minds of  s|H>i Moving  Ni''^,^^^^^^^^^���   ,   .
...                                                       o t     ' rapid succession, the first  tally  being
Westminster people to the exclusion (7*        .     ... ��� ,..:n ��....
of all others, it is the match between
the   New    Westminster  lacrosse   team
and the Tecumsehs of Toronto, which
will  be played at  Queen's park  next
Ki
ell OWI tig
ri
the
prog:
illll   fo
; today:
f 4"!
-u;
ol
i  '
ii lars;
appolnl
l)t<
���in of c
-un
nil
tees;
pcr.'e
cting  �� '
ganlsatioB.
Resolved: Thai this Institute strong
i>  favors, where practicaWe, the cen
ti'iili/.aliiiii   eet   schools.
Resolved: Tha; the provim :a
ernmeiii   be asked   to    allow   ;i   Biiinn i   ,
sum  v.virly   to assist  all rural  schtMii* j
in securing a school  llbmry,
Resolved;  Tha'  In ths InteresCs ol
Saturda} afternoon The conSltlons
���e tournameni state, ol course,
lhat Saturday's match shall lie be
tween the two leading teams, bui it
ia ������': ��� :i Ij ce needed thai the Tecum-
-.'. Int heir matob with Vancouver
��� is oi ro�� afternoon will prove, as
Vw Westminster proved on Saturday
ast, thai the- are the loading teams,
__ ;'ie> results work oul along the line
mdlcati     the locals faceoff with the
I ants Of '.lie   east,     The lacrosse  sit"
' nation is exciting interesi in Vancou-
I ver  as  well  as  in   this  city,  anel the
general opinion is that New Westnlln-
: mall
will  deliver the goods.
Much Money In Sight.
ar from being aweei b.v the mightiness of iiv reputation and statute
It In:!',.
last   year,
has  alst\
""petition -liould be keen.
��� ' i linn:-.   |g  over
"   '    '     '"'.   first    prize
1   V   i I.lilies,  of   TV'wilnev
���"���������'ll ;i hord.
Highland   Cattle.
��� ie eie,i for exhibition this
"i herd of Highland cattle.
rll>nau.le   thi ev  ri  no clasu  for
'i'e,   entei   the gnaded
;n which class their size
al   ,e   very  great   ilisad-
1I:|-''. so thai their exhibitor, Cap-
li]1 Watson, of Ashcroft, musi Be Bat-
���in  exhibitor and
public   ediicution   the  private   scB8oll    ,,r   (h(>   ,.,,���,,���,   in,iiin)i
Hot   a
i to
letlutu
;;,|1"ln""  l!'"s.. of Cloverdale, are
"" 1,"'��'<' With theii   pigs ami sheep
1  iM"  Quite   willing   and   eager   to
*'��� under the judge's eye, any com-
.,":   wil"   ls   anxious     to   tesl   the
all,v of iheir
"��� a. v.
rnouii
isi .
slock,
came
in yesterday af-
und broughl a likely looMng
r   "I' 1   Sheep, eome   stoc5. flne
r'n nl ho
ohn
ip,
orses.
Prom
T'lfiif
Sack   East.
Calgary,   came
in
[ith "''''  I
,l bahd of tea horses, shx Tlvdes
a,Kl foiirhaclak
" ,vi'ii.ers.
>ys, sonif ot them
Tho,
lie
m"s Mercer
of Markdate, On-
"P   Hilt,   afternoon   t'rom
Where  he  has   won  several
tb ^m brought hi, gtud of horsaa
faille
'oria
izcs
afly aDDiinumber "r e6op,e hilv'*' M"
''.IJ'"^1 for and been suited with
ll:   *e civic  rooming  bureau,
I rooms wen. entered
_rieii:iv by  Secretary  Soult
,,,;���,:,^Saturday.   He can find
';
tho
lon for fifty people today.
I resigned a permanenl ongasemeui
ilmi persuaBed other players u> Bo
tin same, in order to j dn thl. eiv":''
gallon. Wiih this collection e>f taie-m
'��� Hied from Seattle's beal resouroos,
ei: stage manager and fellow w6rker
I produced "Merelj Ma Vnn," "Thei
ma," and " v Texas Steer," the latter
long to be remembered for excessive
Hbertles ttfken by certain leading
ciiiiriicters. for which I reprimanded
all severely, and I desired to leave
.'uu to tbal standard of production
:i'ni return to the higher criterion or
Reei'l. \riib which i bad always boon
uraociated. The dissatisfaction caused among New Westminster theatos
goera al lhe' insult, ihnisl upon them
with this uncalled for Btage license
and fosses suffered by unforseen con-
diti<irs forced the Rambeaa manago-
tnent to discontinue producing until
fin'thei not iei', when h strengthened
company would make s new beginning.
In these misfortunes Henry
mond, former leading man, was elected to officiate for the Interests of
those concerned, arranging to leave
for several southern cities in
of performers, The former
house manager having Bold out his
interest In Ihe lease of the
lefl the incoming road
without proper outside ami house representation, tO fill wliieh vacancy Mr.
Esmond consulted witli me and arranged thai 1 shonbl attend to n'i
nece sary duties In that connection,
with Mr. Mi'dowati as treisnrer nnl
representative of    Mr.   Whit'
IDs-
search
Opera
house,
attractions
siioulei  teuhmit  yearly or oftener T7i'
attendance of pupils in their roll,
Resolved:  Thai  the governmenl be
asked  to provide    foi  b  Hag for all
l in al schools.
l(e'sni\e,i Thffl the necessli j 11
urged iipeen the governmenl of ii
thorough and systematic medical ex
amimitioii of iiii public school edii l
le'ii anei teachers
Resolved i Th tl our educational interesl w'oniii ,e in ,i conserved by
having reciprocity between lhe pro
vtnoes in the matter of school teach
ers.'
li"solvi'(l. Thai a
cation for tOachSTa
pupils      Ihrougliout
uniform  quallfl
and    grading  of
the     Domlnio i
mon"'
(Continued   on  Page   Four.)
would be beneficial.
Resolved; Thai it would be In tho
Interests of the Empire to have one
universal tsxt-book.
Address by Dr, Scoit, oity school
superintendent,  Calgarg,  Attn.,    sub
Jeott    "The   efficiency   of   lhe   tenelu'i
and how to determine it."
fa per by J. 0, Kagan. M.I).. sub1
Ject:   "Are hygiene ami  public  Health
sufficiently   taught    in   -mr    public
schools?     In   our   nu'ilicnl   health   Inspection   sufficient?"
Address by Uev. Dr. Fraser, subject: "What the child has a right to
exneel of the state."
Other subjects of debate during the
convention will he the cheapening of
Ihe cost of school text-books, the proposed Increasing of government prnnts
to small municipalities, a proposal to
promote   education   along     Industrial
i ami   agricultural    rather  than along
i mercantile lines, thus dlrectln* youths
\ towards   rural   rather  than  city  life,
i and several other matters.
cnasl    pe-llpP'
are backing the New Westminster
bunch to the limit, and II Is a bare-
faced facl thai there Is more money
offered on the match ihan ever was
known before In British Columbia
Why ihis cook-sure sentiment should
ptev.'iio Nrw Westminster backers i��
unexplalnahle  IB   view- of the stand
lng of (heir opponents,    'rimy nre un
loubtedl) tbe leading aggreg&flou ol
the' easl notwithstanding thai they
los1 the championship of the N L l'
it is generally admitted thai tney los!
oul merely by a "hardluck" match
with   the  Nationals  near  lhe close of
the season,
All Heavyweights.
Greater Inducements are held oul to
the Tocumsehs than to any other Ib.-
crosSQ team in the world in be top-
notchers, no money being spared to
bring the oiaanlzalloii of the t"um
us near lo perfection ;\i possible. Ami
the Indians are a likely looking bunch.
Several members of the team weigh
over two hundred pounds, half a dozen weigh between 17fi and 1!)0 pounds
Notwithstanding their weight, the Tecumsehs are recognized as fast runners and quick In every wny on their
feet.
While New Westminster backers
are bristling with over-confidence,
saving nothing of the members of the
team, the members of the Tecumse"h
aggregation will not commit themselves as to the outcome. "We are
not supposed to hot, according tn
eastern traditions." some of them ex-
vivn   "but ff we eef the kinks out of
"i;r  4v*.   tire.l   "Cf   1   f">od   practlep  With
"���i VnT-->'iver= nn T.uesdn*-.TTur hnrk-
(Continued on Page Eight.}
Ihe result of a Keeimy TumhuTi-Bry
son comblnation.whlle the EecoH(ta>al
��.t mined in the same tapid manner, Aleck Turnbull doing th<> trick
Ouring the first twenty minutes, the
play was strict)? In favor o'f '^"���"oMiTi1
team, the boys getting away from
thei. opponents al almosl everj suae,
"rite Leafs showed mi a little hettet
is in the south-west. Messrs, M. "W.
who claim to be the oldest music house in B. C. besides having a very full line of pianos by some
of the best makers, are also exhibiting a very large assortment of gram
apheine1?. the latter being very much
in evidence in all the piano exhiiit-'.
so that) with the bands, there should
be no scarcity of music. One instrument may be giving a high class operatic selection wit* a solo t.y Caruso, the next, a lively two step by a
brass band, and the thiivi a speil by
a quack medicine man.
.1. Leckie & Co., of Vancouver, are
at their ol 1 stand and will have a fine
exhibit of boots and shoes, nets *����id
twine anil other articles that the firm
manufactures.
Kelly lVmgTas & Co., the tea and
provision merchants of Vancouver, are
at their old stand, though the space
is somewhat curtailed by the Dominion exhibit showing the pvopogafTon
and hatching of the salmon "Tn all
stages from the egg to the fully developed fry. This will be one of the
moat interesting and Instructive ex
dibits ever put before the visitors to
the exhibition.
The Standard Soap company, of Cal-
1 gary, Ib making a Large exhibit of the
celebrate,! Golden West soap. In conjunction with which they are handling
| an   eating chocolate  called   l.ucenvi.
'. made at Lucerne, in Switzerland.    It
is  certainly  to  be  hoped  that  there
will lie no mistake in the paokfttes
afiev half time, and on two occasions ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.   ounded the New Weslmins.er irri88 " "w"^"] of soa"- "" "^Uer Imw
in  a  manner which did  noi retted   R,H"1 i( nia> b(5 as 80aP' W(ni1'' ^ n0
much e,i lit on the famous stonewall
defi nce.    During the  flrsl   sovt re ai
tacit en the goal, the Vancouver team
managed tei fool Sandy, Arnold steer-ku^tuMngf company
recommendation of its actual virtues.
William Llndlev, of Victoria, representing the British Columbia Fur Man-
  fens  a  splenrlid
ing  the  sphere   Into  the  desired   po-: exhi,,i( ��* titi stu����4 M* ��w' ftfll
Sltlon  With a lightning low shot,    lb   | main���ihe   latter   possibly   tlu-*   wvsf
fore   he   could   gel   In   9     pOSltJOn   to
artistic and realistic In the a
rran ���
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shoot, the ball paused from player to mett" !""' sttifling that it Is possib!
playei several IhiK's. tlie defence men to '"a'<e, while (his company's gfl��
apparently relying niton the goal ivn-[ ments. as all visitors to the past, three
dei to save The secoml attempt of -, or follr exhibitions well knnw. are Of
the Leafs, made upon precisely (he ^ the "'shest quality,
same lines, did not succeed, Tieiiiiny '" "1P machinery halls there fg very
Gilford butting In al the physiological Htn�� al PfBsettt, the Wahvorih Roi-
moment, The lasl goal BOOHM by the s,on (,<'" "f Vancouver, add T. J.Trapp
Leafs, during the Baal quarter, was ��r N<MV VVeBtmlttstei! have a fine ex-
tlw H suit of a scrimmage iu  frottl ori'1"'" ,,f agricultural implements, wag
thi goal, Ainohi scooping 11 In, "',M'  '"'-s1^.  carta,  incubators, and
The score at Ilie end  of the game',8"  t,'�� 0,nfM' "PPllanees required   hy
was io to 3.
For the Leafs, ltavey played a star
game  between  lhe   Mag-:,     With   a   les'
capable  tnan  al   this    position,  th<
oore Would easily bave been doubled
011 Joe neviiobis worked hard
throughout the game, bui Was veal..
in spots    itonan and Green both did
s_<eo,|    Work,   bul   eliel    Heel    receive   the
support which they deserved from the
ons,
all the other
the m^_^_^_^_^_M
I'r, the norih hall the fanadTnn lien-
eral  Electric  Co    i^  gi'llitig  Its  sriin-l
Into shape' and showing a full line   '
electrical appliance*,
The British   Columbia   Engine  an 1
Monl   compani   is   malting an exhibit
of boat motors and show a number of
: the  Ferrl-Anfo  marine  motors.
Messrs.   Hardman   A   Co.,  of    ffiis
Other players. Ernie Murvnv did a lot j clty' ^ ,n,sv settln^ a la'W showing
or chasing aboul tb 11,1,1, but was . of ,hp '"'^'eahle steel range into po
not   up  te. his usual  slandard.    Mur . s,Hon' an'' avf> also exhibiting a full
ray and Bavey, on tha home, -showed.,,ne of sa""ariv fittings,
lack of dash at the critical moments
allowing their opponents to corral the
ball on several occasions when they
had a clear Held and a splendid
chance to score.
Continued on Page o-
Thaw Trial In January.
N'ew York, Sept. 29.���It w,as stated
at the office of District Attorney Jerome today that the next trial of Harry K. Thaw for the murder of Stan-
foiel White cannot be reached until
January and that Justice Victor C
Dowling will preside. Mrs. Thaw
called on her husband at the prison
today and held a long conference with
him. She. through her attorneys, denied the report from Pittsburg that
lohn D. Rockefeller is to finance thJ
next trial at the request of Harry**
mother.
Chinese Claims.
Vancouver, B, C, Sept. 29.���Oyang
King, Chinese vice-consul at Sun
Francisco, left for home today, having completed his official mission here
In connection with the preparation of
a report on the recent riots and losses
sustained by Chinese citizens. He
came here on instructions from the
Chinese embassy at Washington. The
total amount of the Chinese claim
will he 123,400.
T. S. Annandale, of this city, wtio
has been visiting tn the old country
for the last couple of months, and
Miss Pyne, of England, were married
some six week* ago at the home of
the bride. Thta arrived borne yesterday after ]#���%..;��pekt' honeymoon
���pent la varKw^lrfjrttfol England aad
la Eastern Catt*V
H PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY
SEPT.
FANS
The sxriil season will soon be in
full swing. What about an attractive
fan for the many full dresi occasions.
Perhaps the white ostrich fe:-."..
fans are tbe most generally desire 1
but the white, grey or b-ack ostric.i
feathers, hand-painted silk, peacock
feathers, and ivory fans from Sri.00
up are here for your consideration.
When thinking cf the coming we 1-
tiing or personal gift do not overlook
the pleasure a handsome fan will create-
Henry Birks & Sons Ltd.
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers, Corner Granville
and Hastings Street.
GEORGE   E   TROREY.  Managing  Director
Mason & Risch Piano Co. Lti
....PIANO MANUFACTURERS....
Where you Can Buy Direct From
the Factory on Easy Terms
DISTRICT EXHIBITS
STRONG FEATURE
Several Already Staged In
Building While Others Arrive Today.
Tiie exhibit will incluele some monstrous gourds, and the district :���
sen tat it ��� ire expecting to do -��� I
��� ... Ith '.���-;. fruit, which Is ; ar-
tlcularly choice, both in size a:.'
[ualil
The Kelowna exhibit, which arrived
on Saturday and will be set up today,
ri   ..-.-e expected to prove a  i   m
tor of no mean character.
On Saturday manufacturers and employees at Queen's park were kept
hard at work in handling the greal
loads being dumped down by the
teamsters. These boys are working
in night and day shifts, in order to
cope with the demands made upon
them   in   the   way   of   transfer   work.
WHOLESALE THEFT OF
ORE   IS   DISCOVERED
GoWfleld, Sept. 29.���Under thegui
of   freighting   hundreds  of   sacks
high grade ore. presumably from the
property   of    Goldfield    Consotld
Mine company, are carted out of town
to northern points, and from there
shipped to smelters in San Francis
Salt Lake and Denver.    Las- :.:...��� 2 -
During the Westminster Fair, we will offi
special reductions that will sell every piano in on
stand at the Exhibition.
Do You Realize that the above statement means, that for sj
days you have the choice of the best stock of Pianos ever offered in ...
country by The Mason & Risch Piano Company, at a saving of from $601
to $100.00, and every Piano an Exhibition special.
We Realize that we can only gain the confidence of the public l|
doing just as we advertise.
What We Do.   We sell you direct from the factory and save vo
the middle profit.
What To Do.   Call and see for yourself that this is one of the rj
chances to get a high grade Piano at  a   moderate  price and on eai
terms if desired.
Out of the chaos of disoraer that pre-1 sacks of ore from the Mohawk min".
vailed exhibitors were struggling and! valued at $10 a pound,    were put on
Btriving  to  produce  effective  results. ��� the  train at   Coal&ale, between  G ld-
B    closing time tonight this end will  field  anl  T\craopah.    The  high  grade
have    been,    in a great measure,  at-   ���   s  al one    seizi 1 by officers of the
talned. : Consolidated company, and efforl -
Horses, cattle and sheep arrived in   now   being  made  to  locate  the  con-
lumbers,   keeping    Yardman  signee.
McKenzie  busy the  whole  day  long.      This   must   have    !>een   cached   in
Holsteln, Ayrshire, Hereford and  Gohlfield weeks ago, as the system    .
 iad cattle stalls already contain   detection has  now been  perfect! I   to
many   fine   specimens.    The Jerseys  a point that prevents any such whole-
���   hei   class      will    be  filled   up   ^<ri thefts as were practiced months
this morning with i ittle   coming from   ago.   All the assay offices in "he city
'���'���    iria fair. are under strict surveillance.
The N'ews  man found C. Gros        . ���	
eing a  vast space,,   with  75  feet Adult Aliens in Schools.
age,  In  tb.. Bouth-east corner of      Chicago. Sej   . _     T .
-���'  iltural building, for the re- agement   eommittei   oi   the   Chicago
��� yb Chiiliwack district ex-    ' hool        i i   has      cided    to  admit
hlblt,  which  will  arrive tod .���   from thret  idull   I     ��� -���-. who a  .���'"���������: toi
Vie -  ria  exhibition. }n charge  ot   admission   to I lie  scl   ols,   tc
G. Thornton-;    -y,-    won "be- Massey-  !ii-n schools,    u li  :.
Harris Challenge i       al  Victoria, this   them   to   en-.      -    o
lf-lnr   our lhjri  v,;,,     bui   wi    were   young   pupils.    An    adult  Swede,   a
coated out of a scrap with Richmond   H waiiai     id an East Indian who had
-    . .., their withdrawal at the ri-"   ib><i applied   were  admitted   un    -
minute,"    said    C-   Grossman.    "We i similar condlti n to I      :    ines .'-.
h   .���������  a   fine,  show  on   new   by   mat :   is  : n of tl ���   Ja    n
���   daj morning." was recently the s t of an inquiry
ibe       .-. B. Simpson and W.Wilson,   by the Japanese Consul, but thi    ������ -
tided    ��� their res, ectJ ' ���      the Supe In-
������-   I In Betting out   thi   Coqultlam   tendent   'ef  Bchools   showed   thai   no  ���
trict   contribution.    Manj oese adults I Imin- *,
MASON & RISCH PIANO CO., LTI
659 Granville St, Vancouver, B. C.
VANCOUVER'S BIG  PIANO  HOUSE, where nothing but Pianos and Organs are sold.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS
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One of the Treats in
New Westminster, is to Taste
The Finest, Purest ana Most Delicious Confectionery
made on the Pacific Slope
VISITORS !   Visit our No. 5 Stand on the Grounds
under the Exhibition Building.   You will
never forget the treat.
���    Picture Post Cards for S_.le. Fruits in Season.
X NO INCREASE IN PRICES.
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The Best Is The Cheapest
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th -  ri  you   .el   you I
tha "Boston Dentists." Out operators li I
nan;   ; ��� irs' expe      .    .    Wa ���- n| tej no I
he i ������ Ith the he "Boston DenI j
ed    .  .     - .     hod . i - tiie. ... si   known   I    th "'
' ������ - -.. crown and     Idge work eann ���'      c lua ���"
when   . price.    Lei us , in - ttimate
We Guarantee all Our Work for 10 Years *
ProtecN Guarantee
Read Our Prices- -They Never Change
Full se   of teeth $5 and    j     Gold  Fillings s' j:1 J|
Gold Crowns   v.}    Sliver Fllllnga J
J       Brl ge Work, per tooth $'....3    Extracting	
House of Quality \
LATEST   DESIGNS   IIN
Gentlemen's Shirts
(Negligee,   Fancy and
Evening  Dress
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J. E. BROWN & CO.
CUNNINGHAM BLOCK
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During the long winter months, the GRAPHOPHONE,
for passing away the long dull evenings. We have
now a fine stock of Instruments, and over 3,000 records to select your music from.
Also Edison Phonographs and Records, Columbia and Victor Records, Pianos, Organs, Musical Instruments, and Singer and Wheeler & Wilson sew
ing macmnes.
. M. TODD
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, m
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>$       Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. .DR. A. R. BA KER, Consulting ��efli
407 Hastings St., Vancouver,
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JUST RECEIVED CARLO ADO?
BRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BROS A
mm. oAV. SEP^  �� 1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACE THRKE
THE
ihowerproof Coat
THIS   CUT   IS AN  EXACT REPRE-
OVER    SACK.
ri"'" '
sENTATlON OF  OUR 50    INCH
tes: $15, $18, $20, $22.50, $26
According to Quality
H_ COVERT  COAT   IS  34   INCHES  LONG.  MADE
(BLACK  CHEVIOT OB   WHIP  CORD.  JUST THE
3AT FOR EVENING WEAR:  FR'CES (14 AND Sri
THE COAT.    ALL GOODS   MADE   BY   TWENTIETH
:ENTURV    PEOPLE    ARE        GUARANTEED      EY
.M. WE STAND  BEHIND  YOU  ON  THE  GUAR-
TEE
MLUPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
IfOlSEB WATCH
B L. CHAMPIONS PLAY
Condensed
Advertisements
(Continued rrom r.igc Onel
WANTED���260 fir
O   Box 204, cily.
pile*      \, | :
AMUSEMENTS
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fl OF NEOESTIHINSTER
Re  VOTERS'   LIST
. .��� :.. given that a coun
_  held i irsuant  to the Voti i -
clause a e.f "New    Westmlnsti r
:---     and Amending  Acts,  by
a   Norman Bole, Judge of
0 .:.'���    Court,  at    the    Council
. i Itj   lir. 1.   in   this city,   on
...       ���   ;.-t clay of October, 1907,
a.m, to hear and deter-
,   applications of which not-
| bas   ���   d given    All persons hav-
inesa  with  the  Court  are  re
attend at the said time een I
IBy  Order,
\V   A   DUNCAN,
k and Clerk of said Court
.minster, Sejet. 21, 1907.
Wi
'ity Voters' List
tic(   Is   hereby   given   that    the
-   Liat   tor  the year  1907    has
��� ted,   and   that   the   same
seen at this offio.  for thirty
t i  the date  hereof;   and   any
hon    mi shall claim to be added
I I v et. rs' I-ist. or any Blec-
Bhall   desire    to   have' any
erasi i  'he refrom,  must prefer
��� r r< i I. .-��� In writing, sinned
his or her name, and shall  eic-
or cause same to he delivered,
[tie City Clerk  within    the    timo
���etnltffo.-fi specified.
\V. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
'��� ' ���     ��� office, City Hall,
Westminster, Aug. 30, i��ut.
NOTICE TB BUILDERS
rENDERS will be received  up to
P" of September 28th tor the bulld-
; ad lition  iei    Johnston's shoe
- . i  specifications    may   he
f'1 ���-'���' office e.f C   II. Clow, architect,
���!' -inli.. ton' ��� shoe store.
or any tender not uecessar-
������ |
C   H   CLOW,  Architect
asti :, B-C-, Sept 20, L907-
szraav*.*-
New Arrivals
Children's Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Furs,
Coats, Dresses, Underwear, etc..
all stylish and up-to-date.
The prices? Well, they are by no means
their least attraction.
THE WHITE HOUSE
275 Columbia St.     A. J. BIRTCH
Provincial Exhibition
1907-
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
r w<
CIVIC HOLIDAYS
accorflance    with    a resolution
'    ' -I' the regular meeting of coun-
'"" lh'' 23rd inst., I hereby declare
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1st. and
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd,
';" ' !''"  t.e r, p.m. public, halt-holl-
1 s- and respectfully invite lhe oltl-
lb BPnerally to so observe the Bame
\V.   H.   KKARY,
Mayor.
I,;i11' New Westminstor, Sept. 24,
Queen's Park, New Westminster, B.C.
OCTOBER
1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
ts were in  good l<   .
iot play to tna besl of their
.-...,   ��hen In the
m third Quarter*.    To pick
; the sti     . .,-.i   ��� ��� -.,  aggregation is n -
t..       a ... mens   spectators
gave palm   I    Jacs   l.ryson,  who
eerta pii shed  blmselt     I
e several di hit tamous b��< It
se . ���: isg  bnre i : ;
Hi    -        i twice  "n  a  E
whlk   the numb*
timi - h< .. - .   tor the net an 1
1 hi:  the ���       as  awaj   up Into
thi  ;������   -..- jw nt ��Idi  'in one
occasli and Galbralth
... - : Q Wh
" .--       .- .      . thi   pre 11" it da
I was eertaini)  In gr* ai
... Dve'i    Tom-
�� aa thi   old i ���
liahli ..������ l_eafs dtdn I
.'.' Rennie   brotbi   ������
fter .t of the defi
ia id In  a manni r.    Pat
h\i !������ did s* vr. fine fielding and
_ In wee:, gi ting a ��� s from hia
che enei pleased le m. Win-
��� ...   .     bowed od    a.i\anta
ig hard al]        time; while BH-
..',..     .    i  . verythlng Hi I
. .   ���   ...    \..i.   an    so   awaj  with "'������
\ i    .   that J   ���. ...   ���'-������!' ran. plhyed ������
game ee- ��� ver, the receni tn-
bis 1 m e not troubling hTni In
.ast     Lea  Turnbull  wasted  no
linn   whenever he got  the ball, and
:    ee good impression on the foi- '
- ol ilie  sport   He is improving
all the time, and knows how to play
w Ith  hia  hi a I  aa  >ve-'i    .es  with hia
Only  throe  penalties  were banaed
on; during the nurse of the came, and
strange to say, New Westminster men
were the  punished parties.    Favorlt
ism"   Well, if the referee and judge
of plaj had heen mobbed on ilie Held,
then   would  have been  some excuse
for  the   action   of  the  crowd.     Sonic
eif the rawest  decisions ever handed
om  during n lacrosse panic were iti
evidence  on  Saturday.    The  men   in
authority simply refused to send any
of the'  Leafs  to  the fence, altSoTjg!.
appealed   to   on     several     occasions
Brutal   slashing  aad   unprovoked   as-
.-:: ilts upon the Reds wove so frequent
that i; got monotonous, yet no noiice
waa taken oi it by the' referee.   One
of the Vancouver players Insulted the
captain of the Westminsters just ";><
rtuie thi   close ol the' panic, but  thiit
was  n.i  offence according to  Yorke,
Every  Inducement  was given  to the
local boys tei gel Into a light, but to
their credit be 11 said, they refuse's to
forge) that they were playing lacross
and declined to take offense, although
it must have been hard to keep hands
ofl" some i>i the- '. afs on different occasions.    Before going on  ihe> Held,
the Redshirts had promised thai ihere
would be no scrapping, and they lived
up to i.iieir promise like gentlemen.
Ait-.--- tha game, an angry crowd surrounded   the'   Officials   eef   lhe   elav.   and
for a time It seemed aa if a small
aizo'l ri ot wa-- Imminent, but cooler
hsads calmed the angry mob, tho referee disappeared behind the' grandstand, and quit t reigned once more.
Teams.
Maple Leafs���E. Ravey. Allan, .'..
Reynolds, Ronan, Morrison, McKeown,
Green, Traynor, IS. Murray, Arnold,
.Murray.   H.   Ravey.
New Westminster���Gray, Galbralth,
T. ciii'oril. j. Clifford, Q. Rennie, T
Ronnie, Feeney, W, Turnbull, Wintemute, A. Turnbull, L, Turn-bull, Bryson.
Goals by  Quarters
i. Westminster, Bryson, L6 sec:   '
WANTED���Female   he .i.i   WOrtt,
short   bodrs     applj   New  Method
Steam Laundry. Columbia Street
wanted���Work by experienced
dressmakei address, Miss if N<��>
office
We supply help of all kinds, no chargi
tMophoae  $329,   Canadian   Baciac
Employm< nl   agi nej    60<   (
.! .ei YA", Vancouver, B- C.
lost���A gold  filled watch,  Eng
case,  finder  kindlj   return   to    T
t'.lfford's  jewelry   store an.l   ol
re ward
TO LET���Two vacant lota toi  exhibits wi i k, Fourth ave  n< a
. ; l.e to R  C  Pirrdy, confectlonei
C lum la strei t, -������< \: to tram ol
wanted���Bright  salesladies to sell
luring e>         \        ri   P
Jewell     - and,   Industrial   building
exhl .: lon grounds
6-ROOMED    HOUSE    on    Eighth    Bl
between   Third   'and   Fourth   k\ .
io ��i.  painted and papered; 1 i
sold   lmm�� dl t< ri ;    a   bargain at
11500, half cash.    Applj  McQuai <
._   ri-. Front  St
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
ly in timber. Have large and sinai.
tracts on water. If you wish U
buy or sell, see me. *_.. R. Chandler,
407  Hastings   St..  Vancouver.  B.C
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
To accommodate all the guests
who wlll vis;t the city during exhibt-
tion time it is desired that all house- \
holders prepared to offer accommodation at reasonable rates will leave ,
their addresses with Edward Houi:
billeting agent at the city hall, where
all  Information  may he obtained.
ALEX. GARRETT,
.Chairman  of the Billeting committee
RICHARD   T    LOVE.   Manager
AND
Orange Blossoms
The  Intensely H-iirean  Drains.
Superb   Dramatic   Offering.
Bertha  M. Clay's Famous Novel
A  Company of  Exccptecreal   Players.
TWO���NIGHTS���TWO.
OCT. 3-4
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
PRICES���25c.  50c.  75c  and  $1.00.
��� NEW ���
LYRIC THEATRE
VANCOUVER
Corner of  Pender and   Hamilton  Stt
Malan & Clawson. Managers.
The Lyceum Slock Company
FIFTH WEEK STARTING
Monday, Sept. 30th
The Celehfated English lira ma
"Monte Cristo
��
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
heps to remind hie old patrons
��s well as prospective customers, that new style of eye-
glasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
lei call to look,to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
PXHIBITION
WE PRINT
Show Cards
Si^nS and
Banners
REASONABLE CHARGES.
The Royal City
Sign Works
30 SIXTH STREET.
Place your orders early,   and   avoid
Matinee Wednesdays and Saturdays
POPULAR TRICES.
Look Up
==THE==
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
367   Columbia   St.
'Oi'P. PREMIER HOTEL  Phone B278
Bring in your clothes to he pressed
at once in order to insure the work
being done before the talr.
School Books
and Supplies
FULL STOCK
-AT-
Ih
rush
early,
ai exhibition time
W.,  A
Murray.,
min.
I ���)
Turnbull,
v- min .
5. VV..   Bi
sec,.
W .   I.
eilll.     I '
3.  M.   I...
Turubull.
NOTICE-
'"" reward will be paid to any
*no win f;jve infortnation to Bee
""' convic
fnagtng th
at the
the
city.
I
y Hall
i"n   of   iiarlies   found
property of the oorpor-
nblic parka or elsewhere
By oreler,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Sept.   1!>, 1907.
��� N. Draper
**��� C. Land
Stirvcyor
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ook.   Nj
* e^oatmlnstar, B.C.
$507000"1 Prizes and Attractions ^fSO^ IWIO
STUPENDOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE
ARRAY OF EXHIBITS!
i
representing Agriculture, Horticulture, and Stock, as well
as the Industries of the Province.
The attractions will consist of a Lacrosse Tournament, in which the Toronto Tecumsehs, Vancouver and
New Westminster teams will take part; Scottish Sports,
Baseball matches, Balloon ascensions, several Bands of
Music, Pyrotechnic Display, Sailors' Sports.
For further information see small bills and prize lists.
T. J. TRAPP, W- "��� KEARY,
President. Secretary.
v.'.. Bryeon, . min.
Second Quarter.
7   Wri T. Rennie,  11  min,
Third Quarter.
8. Al. i... Arnold, 3 tntn.   9. \\\. Bry-
ion, 30 sec.
Fourth Quarter.
le). \\.. Bryson, 30 Bee.    11. M. L,
Murray, ii'j rain.    12. \v.. a. Turn-
iiull, 3 min.   18. w., Bryson, l min.
Penalties.
W.  Turnhull,  8  min.;   .1.  (Ilfford.  5
mlu.:  T. (iiiToni, remainder   of   the
game.
Referee,  Lionel  Yorke;   Judge    of
play, Qeorge Matheson
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Street
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doora  from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladies' Gold Wai chat trom $12.75 up
Gentlemen's stiver Watches, open
tace, $6.00.
Gentlemen's silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up,
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied  to   the   Wellman!
Arctic Expedition,    Al! warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry,,610., etc.
Watch   repairing;    charge!   reason j
nble.
J. HENLEY-
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, eighth Street,
NEW   WE8TMIN8TER.   S.  C.
MORETS
217-219 Columbia St.
Our  Scrlbblttfa   and   Excr-
else   llieeik��   arc
Fine
Westminster Iron Works
ri'AlririW.   MAriHINK   ANU   WNUINB
WORK.
91 HP SMITH I NU, HMluut! aDd
STRUCTURAL IRON    woHK.
Ornamental Iron Worn, tnciudlng
(fences, Gates, Fire biscapes, etc,
Mai) orders nnd correspondence invited.
JOHN REID,
BKOBIM ��fKi-U.i.
Mfltr  \V-->^��minrt'" P. l>.  *1*.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
bbFINCST AND   FASTEST=
H STEWARDSON
Civil fiz.glr.eer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTEI
KM I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN IHJOO
11,000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN I
I EMPRESS OF IRELAND i
H.
TON*
Particularly  low  rates    from    the
Old   Country.        Reservations  made
hera for all sailings.
For purtlciilai'3 apply
ED. UOULET,
a P. B. Agtmt PAGE FOUR
TIE  DAILY   NEWS.
I
CLOVERDALE
SOUTH VANCOUVER
Close to cemetery car line, one-fifth acre blocks are now for sale
at $325.00 per block; terms $75 00 cash, balance in eight quarter-
iv myments.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Dally News Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
.dices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
Streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
MONDAY.  SEPT. 30.  1907
MORE LIGHT.
"Every dog bas his day," and the
<lo-; which, according to the cartoons,
walk,, about at tho heels of John Buli,
appears to be having liis lay in the
matter of having justice .line to his
good . .. and foresight���or bis mas-
i r'8. lt is Out tbe other day that tho
people who nev,.:- forget that patriot-
inn, so-called, and the i|esire to
or retain office al anv cost."
fa. n
.Mr. Cockshutts, addressing the annual meeting of the Canadian Manufacturers isso ation, in Toronto, a
few days ago, madi a plea for an export dutj on pulp sent out of Canada.
He jiointed out that the export of this
raw material waa "contributing ; ��� ���'���.
upbuiidiiu of our greatest industrial
rival, and that "the imposition of export duty woul 1 unquestionably compel investment eif United States <lap-
Ital in Canadian pulp mills, and would
provide employment for thousands ���:'
Canadian workme a." Mr. Cocksh itts,
however, omitted to mention th.e- In
the meantime it would compel tnoi:-
- -I- of Canadian pulp producers tj   inten
im and , pe kel ������> i. lia ve tl ������ sam* Ih
Itial,    we re    triumphantly    "standing  accept a lower price for their product   which party has tne clean record
previous management was no mire.
During my term of office to date, the
house has cleared some $300, which
profit was to he cared for by Mr. Mc-
Gowan tor Mr. Whlttaker, Wnen 1
presented my persona] account for J"i
to the supposed treasurer, he l il \
not meet it, as ail moneys hail been
delivered to Mrs. Rambeau. When I
requesteel payment from her Tori Bald
moneys, .salary for services render*? 1,
and bills contracted by me for the
company, she knew nothing aTi mt j
them and then ten days after I bad.
taken office ami had published the?I
fact, she advised me that I had beea
working as manager without proper
authority. I then saw Mr. Whittakor. j
and he informed me that he had nothing whatever to do with the organization and would not have until the
company had proved a success. [
then interviewed a responsible official j
of the corporation owning the Opera
house property and was advised that
they had nothing to do but collect
rent on said property, for lease hell
by Mis.s Marjorie Rambeau. and in
order to force a settlement I stbred
the box offlce equipment, owned, supposedly, by Miss Rambeau ander
above mentioned lease.
My suspicion of the company's
shaky condition was verified By an fn-
ferenoe from Miss Rambeau to the effect that their ^preventative, TFr.Es-
mond, was not attending to business
in Seattle and could not procure the
people needeel for re-organization.
My  arrest and  advertisement  as  a
thief is  indeed  false  pretense, and  I
to fight  to a finish and prove
M0N��AV   SE?T. 377
WATCHES
OUR   STOCK   IS  COMPLETE,   FROM   THE   7-JEWEL   TC   THE  j
JEWEL.  IN   NICKEL.   SILVER,   GOLD   FILLED   AND   SOLID   GOlD
CASES.   AT   PRICES  TO   COMPETE   WITH     EASTERN     HOU8E8
EQUALLY   WELCOME  TO   LOOK OR TO BUY.
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
only for a purpose which will reveal
II al my trial this morning,
However, as the Inevitable has hap-
I. ..��� d l wish to thank the police and
jail keeper for their courteous treatment tor the time detained until my
(100  bail arrived.
RICHARD T  LOVE.
X ew  Westminster, Sep:. 29,  1907.
w>
pat" with their "Uncle Mark" in the
United States, aud cheering Joseph
Chamberlain in England: and In those
days we heard from man; papers on
this continent (including some in British Columbia) that Britain was on
her last legs commercially���drifting
; ���.. irds a brokendown and dishonored
: age, because she would not adopt
the Ideas of the stand-patters and the
Chamberlainites; and we poor Liberals who had no use for such Ideas
were having a rather hard time of i:
amid the clamor. It was but the other
day. yet what a change has come.
The Daily Xews has printed several
significant things showing the set of
the tide, and todaj pre* nts these
sentences from a New Yor
which Is led into consi li ration of the
"reason that England   end France and
I erman are competing ior rhe "bine
ribl on" of speed in shi] 9 which hav.'
one of their terminal ports In the
D  Ited Stati i, while th    grea
He has but one important line with a
few  an Iquated Pointing
oul that the Lusltanta regains fo:
(ritisb hip] Ing the boast of having
the fas ��� ��� . n ntlle s .'������. h-'l i t,
^���' 'rii ist ba i been German) 's f r
ten  years        so, the paper  says:
"But,  after  all,  I
��� ������   ��� - not   !������ en 1 u    n own-
In? .;ll!? '"��� '���'  5' 'hi]        >at   Britanni i
. rc-  '
tb i !-���:." .   thes<  ���      . -        ��� "  . "
'. rn:\i'   spei [record -  ������ i   to
I lei r ins,   x >���  :
���   ��� - ���
rgest na      afl    t.    It Is I    the en-
l shi > of 1
i   ship-ow !.���   -   and to
II ei .'iei  ri.i   ���.:...   lave ���   ���': '   her
I ��� that
Uncle  Sam  is  ho] el i    I
atlnues, ' tbi e are thre:1
reasons; our barbarous navigation
laws -     ase 1 cos   ol    ' ' build
ing  mati -        '    ause    of the  tariff,
���.   the din ct Impairment of our com-
i.. with i ther counti les by reaa n
of prohibitive tariffs, which shut out
i n orts and  shut  In  exports."    And
you have it!
To
from heme manufacturers who used be paraded through a public thorough-
It; but as he was addressing Cam- fare In custody of an officer of the
dian manufacturers, he probably law Is not alone humiliating, but de-
ibought that detail would occur to famatory, especially when based upon
them,  so  that   it  was  not  necessary   a maliciously false charge, and those
for him to refer to it.
THESPIANS FIGURE
IN REAL LIFE DRAMA
(Continued rrom rage One)
interested in my persecution will suffer financially and throughout the
theatrical world. To he subjected to
such gross degredation by fellow members of an intelligent profession is
beyond conception, and the fact that
I was put in the cell of a city TdCfet/p,
where probabaly a drunken Indian.
neeiiev too clean, or a Hindu, had been
with detained, should compel the insti.
Btl ors to hang their heads in shame.considering that I had merely endeavor-
ed to pi itect  th    citizens of ��________> 'city
Why  Pay  a  Doctor  of  Ophthalmology $5 to  $10 and  another
like  fee  to  an  Optician  for  glasses.!
Dr. Hatherly, our optician and Doctor I
of Ophthalmology,  does the  work of
both charging only for the gles es.
Por  QUALITYl
the  Delta   land   canno'   be   beaten     One acre of ;...:- ,���r
bottom laud will produce aa much    as    thre- ..;.,
gravel land.
Here is a  piece of choice land at a bargain
S acres, all cleared, in garden and pasture,  6  n     -    om
this city, on the dyke road, 200 yards from Sunburj
and boat landing,  U  mile from school, has a  Bve-r    bouse
in good repair, barn and chicken house. 2 cows   ind 40 1
good waterfrontage with wharf bulbllng.    boat    tnd  net,    go
young  fruit  trees, a good rang.- all conn ected
$1250 cash,
Price  .
balance   in  one
$2250
taker, he to pay all accounts
moneys in his hands, covering
from the percentage u.cacc) ins.
Mr. Esm m I departed, anl I
r ed my labors as temporary manage? and myseflf against loss of moneys due
press .- - ntatlve, which f.<<-r was for services rendon i and merchand-
made public in a local afternoon news- ise dellven '. The goods claimed to
paper, stating, by instruction, that tli?   have  been   stolen   were  placed   aside
TENDERS
For the erection of boiler house an i
la. lory at the Central schools- Plans
..; specifications can be seen al the
office of C. H. Chew. Architect, and
on the school grounds. The lowest
������ -. !��� r not neci sai Ilj ai i epte I. Tenders received at the office of the
undersigned until WEDNESDAY, Oct.
2.    ���   .",  p.m
P.   PEEBLES.
Hale & Lane,|
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335 P. O. Bo* 2681
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UNDER   NEW  .MANAGEMENT.
The Depot Oyster and Chop House
resident. THE  PLACE TOD'
When   in  the  city, whether  viietoro
Open   Da/  and   Night. Meals   served   at   all   hours.
i   OYSTERS Wh ilee       an i R<   ill    ���
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
OUR
Shoes for Everybody
Piano Exhibit
M
In London now they call the House
:.���   Is "The Wreckers."
W Can We Interest You in the
Matter of New Shoes?
ur Window Displ
l bi Lined to	
. oul i  ������   lis respecft"i
C tm   ��� lan I";   bul   when   he  informs
11 Can .     kid. s
���  i    neervath   -   nd
to  theni   aloni
.  ;.   ,-ears   Lasi   pas
mi rei)  Bto< d and vs
we trust  we m iy   be       . miti ri    to
laugh.
The new Liberal leader In Ontario,
A. ri. McKay, M P.P., of North G    .
is very highly spoken of.    iii.- Ideas
of a  leader's    dutie-    are    certainly
sound:    "Apart from the fact that he
i    Jit   to stand    in  the forefront    in
framing and determining the policy of
his party, he is responsible for much
else.    Certainly,  by  action    or  inaction, positively or negatively, he largely assists In determining;, nay. largely
determines, whether the discussion of
public  questions as  between  the two
���_ ������. it historic parties, either upon the
hustings or upon    thQ floor    ot    the
H mse, shall be conducted upon  fair,
honest,  broad, courteous and gentlemanly lines, or  whether  it   shall  descend to the level of trickery, vituperation,  personalities  and mudsllnglng;
ln short, whether patriotism shai'i govern or become subservient  to party-
We are showing a great variety of new lines
in Misses and Children's Shoes. Ask to see
our new line of Children's Shoes made on
<(Nature Shaped Lasts"���the shoe you've
been looking for. Don't Forget our Window
Display. We think we can agreeably astonish you as to Styles and Prices   :   :   :    :   :
This yeai             Gn 9
better than ever.    We Ini '���  ! '' 'i
Inspect iri ������:- eiij
;     lay at our   ooth -
STEINWAY  a.  SONS PIANOS
NORDHEIMER P'A^S|
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS PIANOS
DOMINION   PIANOS
PALMER
ril
W. M. Waitt & Co.|
LIMITED
VICTORIA   AND VANCOUVER
The oldc-.  Music  House In B-
J.  H. TODD,   Loca
Johnston's Big Shoe House
YOU   REQUIRE ^
NEW sun
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
N,xt door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
LIMITED
500 Cord of Tan Bark V
Big Electic Boot Sign, New Westminster, B. C.
A'   the
rraser River Tann
cry
Highest Cash P
rice P** 1907
7te Cash Stores
Extraordinary Sale
Of Lace Curtains
lotwithstanding the recent advance, some remark-
jle values were obtainable at the recent big trades
the east,   The cases of these goods passed into
tock today.    Included in the offering are several
lumbers below regular wholesale prices, as fellows:
152 pairs $1.00 value for $ .75
92 pairs $2.00 value for  1.35
61 pairs $1.50 value for 95
43 pairs $3.50 value for 2.75
lere is a snap in sample Swiss Curtains. 3 1-2 and 4 yards long, worth up to $5,
ton and $10, at less than half; or $1.50, $2.50 and $3.50 each. You'll please
Ime quickly as there are only 75 odd numbers to be sold at this price.
Special purchase of serviceable White Quilts, over 500 on sale this week.
Ibey're here specially for the EXHIBITION RUSH.
Towels! Towels!! Towels!!!
150 dozen Huck Towels, hotel size, per dozen $1.50
90 dozen brown Turkish Towels, regular 73c size, for pair 50
28 dozen extra large and heavy quality exhibition; special
price, per pair 75
New Suits and Coats
\   ived again today.    Our present stuck discounts anything ever shown in city.
COME AND LOOK AROUND
A   ���    M Mm
267-271 Columbia Street, New Westminster B. C.
There will be no meeting of the cit;
! council this evening.
I
Meals at Windsor hotel will he 33
] cents during exhibition week-
Or. T H. Levey, dentist, Crescent
cluh huilding, Columhia street.
C. A. Welsh, whei ice Indisposed
throush an attack of tonsiTitri. is
steadily improving.
G. H Robinson, formerly C. P. U.
agent at Yale, B. C. has arrived in
the city to succeed '. T. Brewster as son, Archie McNaughton, e.f No. 1
local c. P, R. agent Mr. Brewster hall, nnd \v. Lyle, an ex-fireman, wii
will take a term of holidays. -
V. Peterson, a fisherman living on
the south Bide of the river, has mm-
' ]el;iined to the city police that a skiff
belonging   to   him   disappeared   from
' the Sixth street slip <jn Friday even-
in-; He fears that it has been stolen,
iinil asks the police to locate it for
him.
Special precautions against the
Bpread of fire have been observed ?t
the exhibition park this year, over
two thousand (eet of hose having been
taken to the grounds ami placed in
the  different  buildings.      Chut   Wat
: be on duty at the grounds throughout
the- week livd ..a;- ;i!aced at regular distances outsi le the buildings ��� '
furnlsb a pow ��� ;' .1 How of wat
ease of an outbreak, while a number
of tire' extinguishers have been placed
in all the buildings
The Intensely dramatic play Monte
Cristo, adapted from Dumas' world
famous book 'The Count of Monte
Cristo" win follow Woman versus.
Woman al the Lyric theatre. Vancouver next Monday. Th.> play will be
proeluced with entirely new scenery
' and a large cast - leclally strengthened for this occasion. s***
	
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save   you   50   per   cent
on  a  SAFE  or CASH   REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B C
."in Richards St.. Phone 212G
L��e,*�����������������������������,; , . ������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Port Hammond
es excellent land, Bltuate on r    ier river inside Pit!
exes
Iowa dyke.
G od house, nine acres cleared tor crop.
���:,.- rest alder bottom land.   Onlj $75.00 an acre-
in acres slash
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V
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DIAMOND & CORBOULD 5
RESIDENT AGENTS. |
{German American Fire Ins. Co.  ar.d  Empire Accident and Surety Co.   J
[O^r Aemandale's  Grocery, corner   of   McKenzee   and   Columbia   Sts.   *
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PRINTING
I [ave your printing done in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS BLOCK.
Frank Martin. Dominion fire ranger,
will V leaving for a trip lo his oil'
home in Hruce county in the. course
of the next few eLays. He expects to
spend about three, months or so renewing old acquaintances in the> his-.
torlc county,
GO acres in  Burnaby. close to Vancouver    car line,    $150 per acre;   1-3 I
cash, balance at 7 per cent     White,
Shiles et Co- *���*
Tin. lately appointed janitor of the';
Central school building, Mr, Paden,
, has resigned, ami a successor will be
appointed without elcri.y. Mr Paden
| considers ilu- duties too strenuous for
j one man to perform single-handed.
Mis.  M.   Cook   wili  open  her  new
restaurant aud grill in the Dominion
Trust building today.    During the. exhibition week, the restaurant will be
open all nig.et.    A number of <'x;<'-i
enced  waitresses  have1  been engaged
for fair week, and every efforl will be
I made ue cope with the Immense rush
; of  business  which   Mrs   Cook's "well-
I deserved   reputation   will     bring  her
during the next  few days.
For cul flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T- navies &
Son. B 208 "*
The. pawnbroker's 3ign used In one
of the' -acts of "Thorn, and Orange
Blossoms" company Is of particular
hlatoiIc Inten -���. a - ll ��i- the tii"5!
of its kind ever used in the United
States, coming origlnallj from i family named RubensteBln, on Mass.stri >t.
\'i.\\ York. The curio was Bold to an
Eastern museum, and eventually p.ass-1
i l : i the fathi r of an ai toi u ith the
i nmpiMp whlcl ' laj hi re il thi e';
| era house em (ictol er 3 and I.
160 acres good land on Scott road.
$30 lier acre; terms. Abbott & Hyde,
next Guichon hotel. ***
Commencing tomorrow morning tl
steamer  Transfer  wlll  operate
ween Steveston and this city on an
' entirely new schedule, which will lasi
j throughout   the   preseni     week only.
: The.   Transfer  will     leave   Steves!  a
��� Yirii morning al  6 o'clock, cai ing al
1 Ladner shortlj  bel ire 7 o'clock, a.m.,
' and reaching ibis cit) aboul LO o clock
, Returning down river, she will leave
I ibis city ai 6 o'clock.   This a-rrange-
: menl  of sailings has been  m i le
accommodate persons from the Delta
and other down-river points whowisn
, to visit the exhibition.
The   Elite   brands    H   C.   and  oil
Sport cigar.-.
FOR
FURNITURE
Carpets.   Linoleums.   Oilcloths. Window Shades. Pictures and
Picture Frames. Go Carts.     Lace   Curtains.   Portiers.   Uphols
tering. Cabinet Work. Sheets.   Pillow  Cases,  Blankets,     Etc
It  will   pay  you to  try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.   73
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET. NE WWESTMINSTER. B.C
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The Raincoat
The> mosl useful garment in a man's
v irdrobe i. his Rain Coat.
Oilier garments admit of substitution, but nothing can take the place
<ef the  Rain Coat.
No matter how well off you are in
Overcoat s,
Your   Wardrobe  is   Incom-
plete Without a Rain Coat
Of course you wanl a fashionable
one.
Here they are, In all the three-
quarter and the  fuJHength styles.
They're made of unfinished Worsteds, Velour Coverts, sofl Vicunas and
smooth threaded Thlbets, all rain-
proofi d and guaranteed.
Prices $12.50, $15. $18 lo $25
Have a bare In buying a Raincoat,
for a poor one is the most unsatisfactory and il looking garment on earth,
Come here to make vour selection
���iinl you'll be taking no chances.
H. L. DeBeck
CLOTHES AND TOGGERY.
Opposite.    P.   O.   New   Westminster.
Two   Chin..men.   chargcel   wiih   i'-e-r-	
$10.00 Per Acre
160 Acres in Langley
SOME   GOOD   TIMBER        THIS   IS THE   CHEAPEST   1-4
SECTION ON THE MARKET.       GOOD    TERMS-       EN
QUIRE   AT   ONCE
15
TO THE DOZEN
Real Pictures
Present this Advertisement
at Studio to Benefit     :
ROYAL STUDIO
Under new management, Cunningham
Block.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
n' form Land Specialists,     ���    New Westminster
. ., ki \t '��� .".-j'.,"..".." -"��� ���"-";;"-:'v:"���>!!'
-   '��� ".���"..���'.."..'���.."..���-.������. II .". '���-������. ".J-..���:������������������" ' -������   ������   '     "       	
Special Prices on Tea
5 lb Caddy of Choice
Ceylon & Assan Tea
��� ��� ��� ��� 5^1 ��� j" ��� ��� ��� ���
The Direct Importing Tea and
Coffee Company
Phone 1252.
770 Granville St, Vancouver.
jury and committed for trial, appear
eel before Judge it'1'.'' on Satur laj foi
election, and after pleading nol guilty.
were listed for trial on October 21.
The offence is alleged to nave bi sn
committed aboul two weeks ago al
\_Mssi/. in connection with tTr> tri-i
of one of their countrymen named Hop
Lee, who waa charged with Belling
liquor to Indian-. The Chrilamiii.
through their attorney, A. Wheauer,
applied and were admitted to ball in
the sum of $1,300 each. 1". W. Hansford is acting for the. crown,
lu aeri-s choice land partly cleared
up, and in crop; oosy l-roomed house.
harn and sheds; only 1 1-8 miles
hack from river; near Langley, $1500.
Abbott & Hyde, next Cuichon hotel.
Xew Westminster, B. 0.
The entertainment carried out by
Mrs. John limes, with the asslBtahtfe
of some friends, at the Salvation Army hull, on Saturday evening, was
very suecessfpl and gave delight to a
large gathering. Adjutant WaT.euel.l
(emigration agent), who was accompanied by Mrs. Wakefield and Cadet
Wakefield, conducted a largely attended meeting gathered to take part
In the harvest festival service last
night. Captain and Mrs. Stevens, cf
Vancouver, whose popularity when at
New Westminster a few years ago. I
will he remembered, and Mr. and Mrs.;
Wehh, of Vancouver, were present
and assisted in the service, which-was'
of a hearty character.
The genuine articles���the B. C. and I
Old  Sport  cigeirs.      For  sale  by  a
first-class dealers.
JUST A FEW
cf the kinds of insurance  I  write:
WORKMEN'S  COMPENSATION
EMPLOYER'S  LIABILITY
PLATE GLASS
ALL  ILLNESS
AUTOMOBILE
ENDOWMENT
LIVE  STOCK
GUARANTEE
PERSONAL
ACCIDENT
JUVENILE
FIDELITY
ANNUITY
DISEASE
MARINE
SURETY
LIFE
FIRE
ETC.
ETC.
And rav rates are always the best.
If you want any kind of Insurance
let me quote you a rate. Phone,
call or write.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK. PAGE BIX
THE DAILY STEWS.
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I am the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings Dealer, Funeral
Director and Embalmer, and I will sell you anything in my line cheap
and will give you better value than you can get in any other place
in the city.   Try me.
Wall   Papers in  endless variety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.    China
Matting from 15c up.    Linoleums from 45c  up. Curtain Stretchers, the best  made, $2.25  per    set.      Carpets,   all    grades   and
prices.    Iron  Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All kinds of job work and repairing done on shortest notice, reasonable prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    Xew goods  arriving daily.
I have sold the block and am still doing business  in the same place
and in the same old way.
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House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.    Price $1800,  favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Victoria, li. C-, Sept. 29.���Informs
lion has been received that the Brit-
l.=b admiralty will send a fleet of warships to this station next year. Accordingly there are indications at Esquimalt navy yard of quiet preparations tor the coming squadron. The
fleet will be composed of at least one
first-class battleship and two cruisers.
It is believed tnat this step is to be
taken in view of the coming of the
American sea. fighting equipment to
the Pacific coast. Because of the
rumblings of war between Japan and
the United States, it Is believed that
Great Britain wants . i bave a flotilla
on this Bide to protect her In teres s
l,- any emergency. At all events, the
advices of the coming movement an
taken as significant.
The reha ilitation of the Esquimalt
yai Is will cause much satisfaction to
the peopl. of Victoria, as they have
been irglng th�� re-equipplng of the.
station ever since its temporary sus-j
: ��� nsi< n - im time ... It Is the only
naval stronghold maintained by Greal
Britain on the Pacific coast in the
western hemisphere.
100 acres, less 3V_> for new railway, j    Full
NINE  LOTS  On   Brun-     Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,, of Regina
under grass, suitable for dairy farm; j avenues.  ���.-.. ��� ��'.j
40   acres under-drained,    ditched   all   $400;   hall *
round ami fenced around and through
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ette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
centre;    5 room house;    barn 40x75,
4  Lots    vv:
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6  room house on Hamilton street,
, Kith street.   $1200 rac.,   r ''"
sufficient feed for about 360 head of: casn.   \
.stock.    Price $8000;   terms one-third:    * HOUSES     i   | lot, Rearr a
modern   improvements-    One   ',,ri(a��h   bal. to suit purchaser.   One mile . Sapperton; .:.;.''"
shwi and  I
I_ot   22.   block     B,     between
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
���     ,        Pl0"*hed an | md i-,Ci
160  ACRES about  two  miles  from   B   u Bec,   -    ��75 per acre J
Aldergrove station,  3u   acres   cleared   cash, one-tbirc
an.l partly  fenced, good  house,  barn   month-.
from car line; lot 60x132. Price $14CC.   fr(jnj s,atj(���i on new car line.
$6o0   cash, balance   in  monthly   payments.
S room house, all modern improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street.
Sapperton.   Price $2700.    $1 ) cash,
balance on time.
oli  acres land next  to Royal  Oak
hotel,     has   been   cultivated,    not  a  ^ "table.    Price $16 per acre; $	
stump on it. now in  grass, 28  bear-   ^sh, balance to be arranged.
ing  fruit trees,  all   kind-,    sufficient       1'4 ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.
lumber  to  build good   large  barn, 5-   Lot 8;   south side of the  river, near
room house and barn and iarge chick- ri. rielge.    $300;   half  cash.
en   house   for  about    250  chickens
shed.   $1000 e. ',i:;J
���   ance easy. ���
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4  lots  cleare ,   1
house, it:, i bi . .,j '..'J
price $1500, $10
good well; near to school and tram:
all fenced- Price $3500. Terms $1600
cash, $1000 in April and $1000 Apr -
following, or $3400 cash.
CHINESE  NEW  WOMAN
BOTHERS   AUTHORITIES
Hongkong, Sept. 2:*.���The newest
peril here, according to the authorities, is the "Chinese new woman.'' Sn
great is the fear of it that a native
writer with wide influence was publicly flogged today, for inculcating western ideas of independence among women. After man ythousand years of
hidden existence the women of the
empire are beginning to make som-
elaim to the privilege of existence,
but officials are determined to check
the movement and prevent any scheme
of female independence.
In Canton the police are referring
an order prohibiting females from be
ing served in tea houses and restaurants, even when attended by men.
The proclamation also prohibits women from gambling ami heavy penalties are provided.
1  Lot 00x132 ft.,
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue.    Price
$1250;  half cash, bal. 0 months.
���I lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street. Nos. 21, 24, 25 and
30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half cash, half six months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot   2u,  block    B   facing    English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon j
street;   price $650.
160 acres less right of way about 8 ;
acres for railway;   L'5 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced. ;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
,; ACRES good      ���   . : qJ|
Lot   16,   corni     Bl ,-   \| .���-.. T
and   Brum tt. ...,-. s;,,,|
roomed   housi r, dining,'
tb and  kitchen and three    edroomi; J
Cth Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x   ed;   conservator}   30 or 40 fMtL
-' '      ' lan���.'' ;   132; Nos. 0 anel 12.     Price $1000 for  heated by pipes;  well; stable-1
2  LOTS.  132x132, N.-W.  corner of
loth Street   ami   St. Andrews.    Price
$1050; half cash.
2 lots on Sth St. between
Voting Contest
! A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES j
C. P. R.
On Oct. 2, ::. t. Transfer will leave
Steveston at 0 a.m. instead of T a.m..
and will leave New Westminster at 0
p.m. instead of 2 p.m. This to accommodate passenger traffic for the
exhibition.
and  lean  too  16x22;   barn 30X32 anl
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two Agnes; full sized lot; cit
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new  house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
15 bearing fruit trees; considerl
stock ready to plant out; 2 Bkesfl
5 acres cleared, light timber on|
malnlng acre; all fenced; ij,
from school. Price $3000; half c
bal. In 6 months at 7 percent,
1  Lot 88x132, 4th avenue, llti|
$800   cash.
3 LOTS,   5, C & 7,   full ritjJ
cleared, upper side of 5th Avenue,j
., tween 1st and 2n I Streets.! Price!
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from ri; Street!
I Oth Avenue on south side, No. Si
3T ��_ 38, full size.   Price $lioof��J
1 four, or $300 each; half cash.
houses corner of    Merriva]    and
block 31,      Double    tenement   bouse. 4th Al
lot 11;    one house rents tor $25, the] 1st and 2nd St.;  1 lot.   Price \lf
other $10;   flush  elosets  and  all con- cash half and half In ti months ill
nected    with    sewers.      Price $3,500. - Hents for $ri each tenant.
Cash $2,000,    balance in 0, 12 and IS I
months at 7 %. 4fl am's H section 14, N. 4 oll|
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from 1
Lots 14  and  15 of l of 6    of    4  Haworth road, Surrey;   house lid
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2 1% storey house, 3 rooms finished!
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland W lltl) St. and Roy-
1 al Ave., almost an acre.
I        $2,500
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160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between  Tth and  Sth avenues.
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cash, balance 6 months at T per cent.
other 3 can  be added upstairs; i
shack;   1%   acres  cleared anj see
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of with clover, red; fairly easily del
3, cleared.   Price $275; 1-2 cash, bai-
$1,200; .   terms  half cash. balance|
ance, 6 months at T per cent. months at T %.
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS KLEGAXT LIBRAE? INCLUDING 125 VOLUMES AND
HANDSOME CASK WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN XEW WESTMINSTER SE-
CURING THE LARGEST NUMBER OP VOTES IN THE POL-
LOWING   MANNER:
The merchants listed below will give with each 10c cash purchase one vote.
The contest began Aug. 23rd, 1907, and will close Jan. 23rd,
1908, at T p. m.
A ballot box is placed in D. XS. Curtis & Co's drug store, where
votes are to be deposited.
. At the close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having   received   the   largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Current  accounts  when promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by tra-ding with the firms listed below.
Library  Is on exhibition at W.  E. Fales' furniture store.
I). S. Curtis will count the votes.
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%.
Six lots, 50x150, outside  city limits      Westerly 4, 11  of 63. Suh. Blocfl
$60 each   lot.     Fuller   particulars on 132x132 comer 100 feet square;
I enquiry houses drawing $28 per month.
$5,000. half cash, balance in C an_|
HOUSE and LOT nionths.
' Centrally  located in a coniminandiug      1C0 g p.   ,,  Q, 8ecUoi] 26, Dist
j situation;   Third   avenue,  at   foot   of 10 acres,partly cleared; Kanaka cm
,' Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey running through; good road; ones'
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house.   Ton rooms (recently papered)
north   of   Webster's corner;   et.
House and cottage on Columbia Bl
, mill anel P O. at the west corner
All  modern conveniences;    hot   and ber worIn $7 ,)er iuTl.; .-,.^r anil
cold   water,   bath,   flush   closet,  lava- 4  miles    from    Port    Haney.
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;    lol $2,100;  terms $1,100 cash        '���]
house rents for $26, cottage for $12; I CCxl32, with lane In rear;  part of lot   ranSed-
j set out with fruiti jes.   Price $2,752.       Large lot and  two cottage! on a
1 $1,500 cash, balance arranged. lumbia Street, Sapperton,   IJoth renwj
$5,000, easy  tt-rii.-.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres j
cleared, under cultivation;  200 young !     160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres  at $10 each,
fruit trees, just comencing   to   bear; ! cleared;   barn  50 x 30;   Btables, etc.;       0ne and one-half storey house��
jnew house, 1% storey, 5 rooms;    hen   splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000   fu]]   sjze  ]0^  situated north side <
houses,   in   good   order;     some  acres
cash, balance easv.
Roval avenue and corner of McKimJ
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
I).   S.  CURTIS  &  CO.
Drugs
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
T.   S.  ANNANDALE
West  End  Grocery
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
THE  DAILY   NEWS PUB.  CO.
Daily and  Weekly  News
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
MOREY  &  CO.
Books and Stationery
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
(under new management)
Lionel   Haweis,    Photographer
O.   BURDETT
Home-made   Chocolate   Confections,    Ice   Cream
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Gen.  Repairing
CENTRAL  LIVERY   STABLES
S.  H. Thompson, Prop.
Daily News Voting Coupon
In Library Voting Contest.
Good   for   Ten   Votes   in  Library Voting Contest    in    favor
of   	
Voted   by
For one  year's  subscription   paid in advance,  $4.no,  we give
V>      200 votes; six nionths. $2.00, 100 votes.
often  wonder   why   the   boy or   girl
is    so     backward     at     school���and ���
naturally     feel    disappointed      that
the child  i.s so dull;    then, too, the
loved one is subject to harsher treatment at school    because  he or   she-
seems so stupid-   It may be the fault
of the child, or it may be the child
1 has  defective eyesight  and  i.s  then- j
fore at a  disadvantage  because  the
sight is not normal.    What we wan;
to say  to  the mother is:    Send  your
child to us.   We will have- our optic!- ,
an examine and test the eyea to see
if the poor sight can not be Improve l .
by the use of glasses.     We will be
honest  with you and  the child,     if
glasses are not. needed,  we  will tell
you so-   The examination and testing
will   not cost you  a  cent.    We  have
the appliances for testing and    c< r-.
recting all  kinds of poor  sight,  and
can supply glasses at your own price. |
Our charges are about half what some
others charge-      Our  optical   depart-
' ment is  in   charge of  F.   W.   Heath,
.graduate optician, late of Ottawa.   In
all   cases   satisfaction   guaranteed  or
money refunded-
Curtis Drug
j    Spectacle
I       Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B-   C.
].lanted with wheat, oats and potatoes. [     Part of lot 369, joins Lake Comtnur.   street;   9 rooms;  bath mom, hot uj
Water from nearby spring.      Balance j about   70   acres,   only   $25   per   acre    cold  water, closet;   woodshed;?'
of    property   easily    cleared.     Price I Half cash.   Jump. bearlg   fruit trees;   streets on
To:
$4,700;      $2500 cash, balance C
and 12 months.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 0.re, 95 faces
���ides;   fine  view.    Price $1,800.1^
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
This property is only \z mile from ! 4 lots cleared without a stump; small Lot facing 2nd St., between Q����|
train   line.   Over two hundred chick- , house,  chicken    house,    17,",    choice and 3rd Ave., second..lot from Qnea'-
ens and ducks could be sold with the   chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash. Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared: lai
property at a snap. . a , e alongside and  back.     Price   $1.��"
Lots 10, li  and 20 of 11  of ... Price ' v���i��       v   v  . . n a
.... ,      ' ,_._.       .     , , ; half cash, balance easy nt I r,
$500 for three or $175 each;   1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent. i."0 acres Improved  land, i1""1"1
Full sized  lot on  Royal avenue, be- i 'T  * .��"S C0lnPlete' nfff��0T'j3
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
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.
Subdivision of lot 40, 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 :;:.xl20 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an 1
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 62 1-2x8.1, $450;
five lJts, $400. Call at our office on
Fro-nt street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. ,'!2. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full  particulars,
Lots, 17. 18, 10. 20, 21, face on 10th   house
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
! of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acre-
I age is selling fast at this price.
! No. ,10S.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; %
cash, balance 3 and G mos. at 7 r'.
, No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of Cth and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms '._, cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No.   310.���9-roomed   House   and  bath
room,  Agnes   St.   $3,000;   %   cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 ri.
No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   hath
room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   %
cash, balance 3 and 0 mos. at 7 %.
160 acres,  Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22;  frame barn 30
x 32;   14-post  frame house  and   constables, three in all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses;  near Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
all under cultivation, $15,000. HM
can handle this, don't delay; It'll
bargain; terms can be arranged.
O-For the above Tour proper^j
special price will he made to one fM'
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., between^
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 ,1("|H(
bedrooms upstairs, and h;lth r0��
down stairs; parlor, dining room,k,!'
chen and pantry. Full sized lot r��j
ning back to Ash St. Price $f
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lota on Fifth a��*
north side between First, and Secon
streets, No. 5, G and 7, Trice P
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side of Hamilton street between Sixth and EM
streets; $226.
28  acres on   Mara  road, l|lirl"';j
$160 an acre   FOR   A   FEW   D; ,
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,  balance
and 2 years at 7 %.
1  lot No. 24 on  13th. street 90"
aide of 4th avenue.   Price $200 ca -
eel'
st side;
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logged;  $2,000   refusal   for   standing
Umber; carriage ho���J j?, **! \^���tf��� SlAS^
^ ���   - ���   IU. avenue;  2 comer lots I mX.T, VTZToX "^ ^ 6* " ^ " "^   ��� ><
$250;  4 inside lots $200 each.    Price j time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at G      * lota ��" Fiflh Sirec.,ln ll'cHV
$950, cash.    Single lots at cash.        'percent ce a      -Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13.     $350 eM",
cash, balance 6 months at 7 yc Is  SiT
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Westminster Brewery
Dear Sirs:
Exhibition visitors are personally invited to
look at the Fall ana Winter Display of Fit-Reform
Suits, Rain Coats, and Overcoats.
The styles now ready discount in variety and
excellence anything of the kind ever shown in
Vancouver. The enviable part of this business
is style, with a wide range of patterns confined to
our trade exclusively, and little chance for
duplication.
The new Overcoats and Suits are a revelation
of fine tailoring, with character and individuality
all their own.
We ask nothing better than a chance to show
the New Fall Fashions, regardless of whether or no
vou care to buy.
THE HOME
OF PLENTY
Do You Know
Th^t ycu car DUrchase at our
store not only the FRESHEST
of  GROCERIES.
BUT   ALSO
Clothing, Hats,
Caps, Underwear
Leckie's Celebrated
Boots and Shoes
the best made for British Col-
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Bo    -   51 50 to $2 75
. iLr- D ck   Wslerproo:   i_.m:'..,. i Hi -
Boys'.   KOI . .
m S Sole   Agency:
|The Old Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia Sl. ���
J.   STEWART,    Propiielor *
We Eat to Live
  Ilmi        > neces
saiy ;.-. i-.n.ew v I     wi     -i  eating.
Bank of Montreal A* KENNY's^e
��� ���   **   **   ��<    >��   *��    <J6
* ** ** **   ��*��.���;  ���.'   ���>��  **  *
THE FIT-REFORM
Clothiers and Tailors
^P VmWmWBmWam mWmmmmmWB QBmmmmmWB %M(HHflMHIV
caSTYoad
is wm
LI SI     D        "���
.^PITAL     $14,400,000.0(3
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
.....: Canada ai , N< n      ind, and    n   I   adou,  England,
-   v   .......      nt Spokane, r.s A., and Mexico City,    A Gea-
Banking  Business   '���' ansact jd.
|Cetters cf Credit Is. n I, ..-.  Ila ie   wl ti  correspondents In all parts of the
I.
|5^. --s Bank Department.     Deposits received In j     s of $1 and upwards
iterest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
rota   Assets over $11        I    0 00.
Nl W WESTMINSTER BRANC H O. D, BRYMNER, Manager
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOI)  BANK  WITH
Yon   cai a    GETTING
THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
iMlce "Phone 18R.      n?wo i none 111
Columbia 8t,
Baggage delivered   prooapuj to tn.<
part ot tebe city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Otfrio���Tram   Oenot
New   Reformatory.
Poi    ce la Pra
.... ( Publli
.  .'   ,    .:    ...--���    u. M
-. ������        .
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orn.-, of thi   ail      .   ��� .corn
ed arrangem*
ae*      ortna
od o   !
0 ie    ,. >v in be a trick a
ture   The i lans - ��� oul  ������'���',-
0    BE    ;'' 	
ind the
Do Your Children want New
Jerseys,
Stockings,
j Clothes
Bring them to us, and save
money TWO WAYS���both in
PRICE and in WEAR AND
TEAR.
to dawson  GROCERIES
\> 11  all
- .. new
Por all kindB ot cut nowers ahd potted plants, Bee Tidy, the florist
Rubberoid Roofing
********
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ROYAL BAM of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
U has stood lhe test, heal, frosi, wind and rain,
gives entire tatitfactiou, does not harden in the
sun ov crack in tht cold. a'',vays walerptotif. al-
wa> > tight. It is lijjht in weight, low in |>rice
and rahes a roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Write lor prices. -:- -:- :-
Corrugated Iron always on hand and price right.
We welcome Bmall accounts nnl pay Interest four times
a year an Savings Hunk deposits,
********
Otav ..  Bi   ���   29 ���After twn  >.-<���-
bard work, the Mounted Police have
, ni   -.-,.   . ighl    .i ^   trail  fi-'Mn   Pi m
rivei   tl  ��� igb  thi   ftockj   thountains,
givli -        outi     troii.   VAliii-iin<>n in
rinw.... Cltj   . iitirelj  ovei  Canadiah
tervitor;.     Col,   WhlteheAd,  o\    the
\louuted Po-iice, this mornihg received    ���   telegram   from  Comml88lonei
Pi  :;. v ith the       ��� ���   announcing 1mj
->,.! ofi tl ���   P n Iflc after ;t bovsu
hunai ed mil on   h    tra.ll from
Edthonton.
The trail '��� ���     ��� ��� ������   built to Hazeiton,  wh  ie  joins thfi   trail Biohg
the line of the Dawsoti telegrfti.b and
thus continues to the Vukofi 6aJpltal.
The trail, besides affording aefcesa -1
... Hitherto in iccesslble iiortion of
In counti y, will be useful to the
put) osi - - ��� justice iv 'i atisporflng
prleoui i -��� # ho w mi l ii" able to take
advantage ol territorial lttvmuiilty tf
taken ovef the usual mute o! trav:
ellers wlil-li croBses the (Vhierlcftrt
tei i i'lirv.
Our rapid turnover enables
us to keep a continual supply
of fresh goods.. Our celebrated
BUTTER
Alberta
Creamery
Only $1 for Three
Pounds
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
T. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
,��� ,.: ,.   .,   ,.: ..
I
.-   ,���-,.-���.,���,.'
,- .,--,,- IriMMrW
The Canadian Bank of Commerce   CICcl-TCCl      Lot
paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
h E  WAITER, President. ALEX.  LAIRD, Qeneral Manager
A GENERAL BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
.. '   "   " .". " ,".-." (^P^PttW
FARMERS'  BANKING.
��ve<7 facility  afforded   Farn1S-8  for    their  banking   bu5ene53.    ����!������   Note.
���"���ashed   or  taken   for collection. ,.
BANKING   HY   UAlL-DepulU  may be mad. or withdrawn "riy mail.
"Jt-oMown accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANOH-H. R DAVIDSON. Mau.g��r
OPEN   SATURDAY EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK
|{
On Sixth street below Fourth avenue, can be had for      %
$750.00 S
$400 cash, balance easy.
BOURNE & GORDON j
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets |
-..--..���',,-n"..���..--.,"i-���,.-,,-< 'i.-'���--,e-..-���";.���..-i.-ii-,, ���.,���:-������ -,,-..���'.f-i.-lMp^p3,i-..-���-,.���-,.������-,.--,,'������,.-������������-,.���������;.������,.���������-������-,, ���,.--..--,.-
"Thorns and Orange Blossoms."
...ii'-illrii etistonis mil vlnss dlsttht-
linns nro ili'i'-'Muhri BJcJilblted In tliat
-uie-eii cottiedj 'I'iiiiin. "Tlioius ninl
Orange iEHossotiiS," n dtttniatlaatloti bl
Bertha m. Clay's wurid fetiibus novri.
The |ilnt  dedls  with ;i  vnnni; Kusll-sh
girl nf poor parentage and a noble-
ninn. Tliey marry, and the BilbSe-
nuent sorrow aud disgrace sltonld be
a iiortentious lesson to every one.
The comedy is unctuous, genial and
always nilrth-provoUlng; the heavier
scenes of pathetic strain meet with
adequate treatment, all combining In
one of the mojt ingenious and enjoy-
ably perfect dramas of the Hny. The
cast and scenic equipment Is the sum.'
that created such a favorable Itoipres-
sion during the recent Chicago run.
and will be seen hore October 2 and
4, under the direction of the Rowland-
Clifford Amusement company.
AND NOW
We have added complete
lines cf CROCKERYWARE,
not fancy, but Just, good,
strong, plain everyday ware.
the kind that won't break
when looked at.
The most careful attention
given to phone orders, Ns.
276.. Prompt delivery our
motto.
KYLE
AND SON
255 Front Street
TelepWe 276
M        . PAGE MIGHT
��1E DAIL? NEWS.
���
��� *���'
-
Get at the Facts
Before you insu/e. Be certain you are placing your insurance with
a good company, where your protection is guaranteed I represent
seme cf the best insurance companies doing business in Canada, and
write any kind of insurance. Our Fire, Life and Accident Companies
cannot be beat A call or post- card will inform you as to rates and
particulars.
WINDSOR SALT is made in
Canada. Cofa no more than the
cheap imported salt ��� and is much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
104 W
INDIANS CRITICIZE
WESTERN LACROSSE
WJ.KERR.1
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
FIRE INSURANCE
WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING   COMPANIES:
Capital
NORTH  BRITISH   AND   MERCANTILE   $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON      13.085,493
COMMERCIAL   UNION   OF   LONDON        12,166.666
LONDON  AND   LANCASHIRE      12,166.666
LIVERPOOL AND   LONDON AND   GLOBE        9,733,333       '
NORWICH UNION        5.333,333
laKx
TOTAL    $67,085,491      '
Further comment  is surely  not  necessary. /"
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
tt
*******"** "" - |I
VV/E are opening &
** another ship- ft
ment of the Eaton- tt
Hurlburt Papeteries ?��
High class goods.     ||
WRITING
1 PAPERS
1
IS J. J. MACKAY y COS]
h        BOOKSELLERS        STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS        ||
We have in stock all kinds of
HEATING STOVES
Our Specialty--Airtights relined and repaired.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 AGENTS
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
ChoiceBEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
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f   PRIZE CUPS   J
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IW. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler 1
VI f\
sj Agent for the Hamilton Watch. ;��<
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1 Electric Railway Service j
Continue,! from Page 1.
era will have a little money to squander."
Neither Wanted to Bet.
Manager Querrle v.us waylaid by a
News reporter on '.he street last even-
in.; when (en the way up from the car.
He stated that he had been over to
the Terminal city to interview a certain gentleman named Woods who
was reported to be willing to bet
$5000 that the Tecumaeha wouTJ noi
win a match on the coast. "] found
him, said Mr, Querrle. "but he bad
experienced a change <vf Heart, aie I
Would not het, I Jl J hot want to bet
either, but I hael the pleasure of fc-811-
ing bim."
Mr. Querrle is rather undersized lo
le the chief of the skookum bunch i '
Indiana that he has with bim. Siz>.
however, is .a poor criterion i ;
strength, the truth of which deduction
is .- instantiated in the "Littrie Corporal" and   Manager  Querrie.
Charlie Querrie is reported to have
his organization well in hand and also
.   to  hold  down   the   position  of   MTmie'
fielder with excellent  results.
Querrie's Opinion.
When asked for his opinion of their
chances .after seeing Saturday's match
Mr. Querrie stated that his team Itad
not baen in a match for a month an I
were therefore a little stiff.   The long
trip   across  the  continent    served   to
: weaken   their    condition.    Nevertheless   they  had  every    confidence    of
winning.    He would    be in a  better
position  after  their match  tomorrow
with  the  Vancouvers  to size  up  the
outcome of Saturdays matcn.
"We win be on the field at 10
o'clock each morning for practice
during the week," he stated, "and
every confidence of being in gooff condition  for Saturday."
Slashing Surprised Him.
With regard to last Saturday's gam.'
Mr.  Querrie stated  that  he was surprised  to  see  so much  slashing.    In
the  east   players were  ruled  off the
field   for  deliberately   striking oppos-,
ing  players  across   the shoulders  or
arms,  it   being contrary  to  the eastern rules for a player to use" als si ick
against hia opponent unless he is surer
of hitting only  the opposing  players ���'
stick.
Sporting Writer's View.
E. B. Wright, special writer for the
Mail  and   Empire  and    the  Star,  ofi
Toronto,  who  accompanied    the  Tecumseh  lacrosse team west, saw  tie
game on  Saturday between  the  Xew
' Westminster  team   and    the    Maple
Leafs and as a result of his observations waa able to make some pointed j
comparisons  respecting    the eastern '
anel   western   styles   of   play.     Mr.
Wright   was particularly struck with
what he termed the looseness of the
officials.    Discussing the matcTi In  al
friendly   spirit,   he   sta .ed   that  there
was  entirely   too   much   slugging   allowed.    If participants in an eas'fern i
game  attempted  to  check    with   the,
stick  as wildly as  was characteristic j
of Saturday's game, there would be a
dozen men laid off. "Easterners do nor'
slug, but when they find occasion to
use the stick, it is not a succession of
raps that  leave' him -sore all over for
a day, bul  One gooel swipe that puts;
him out of commission."    Ws sentiment   was  expressed by  several other
members of the Tecumseh team.   According   to   Mr.   Wright,    easterners
check  with  tin' body, anil striking st
the opponent with the stick is snarply
dealt with by  thfi referee.
The Underhand Method.
,      Mr.   Wright   also   stated     that  tha
style of overhand passing waa out of
date among the easterners.   They ha i
| found the short sharp underhand passing most effective, and at the present
��� time  not  even eastern  intermediates
use the overhand passing. Mf.Wrlgfll'a
logic was that the Xew Westminster
boys,   being smaller   of  stature   than
. the Tecumsehs, would stand a better
show with the underhand system because they would be more apt to get
' under th.elr opponent's m .ard.
The  Toronto beys  :.:.   rooml g at
Mrs.   irishman's ho iim    :. (Vumbia
street, anel takin.. rie. ia als al  the
���Guichon   hotel.     Thr     s1 ent   Sunday
! quietly looking ovi i  lhe city anei lo  -
eing street care   , p    au omoblles du.1-
J ing the times the    we e uol at church
or being enter tin      i   several private home-, and ae thi   N'ew   Wi-riiirin-
sti'r club.
The team  will  line-up against  the
; Vancouvers    tomorrow    as     follows:
! Goal,  li.  Clark;     point,  H.  Griffiths;
cover, G.  Stuart;    defence field,   H
Pickering. G. Forrester, O. Daviffson;
centre, X. Felker;  home. c. Querrie:
H. Murton, L. Whitehead, D. Durkln.
Adam son.
10NDAY
SEPT,
Guns  for hire  at  Geo,  ft,  Speck's
Trapp block, Columbia street
our full line of
Heating Stoves
Purchase at the commencement of the
fall season.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Real
having
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price. On
this basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell. Our first aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost- We are invariably successful in both these intentions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83-
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
General  Repairing,
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and Front Sts.      Phone 275
Have You Any Wants \
HOUSE FURjjlSHINi
IF  SO  THIS ADVERTISEMENT   IS  WOR
We have doubled our stock   of  Hou
I
se   ^mshinas
better position than ever to supply  wants ot the h
Comforters.   Pillow,   Lace  Curtains,   Towels.
Sheetings,  etc.
as and
ernes
Qu'its,
Tab|e
''JnJ
Wool Blankets       Comforts
Flannelette Blankets, best English and Canadian makes, per
pair ?1.25 to $3
A m w lot of English. Whitney
Blankets just received, sizes
72x90 ami 80x102, each blflj*
ket whipped separately r.T.deei
the finest quality. To see
them will be to appreciate the
excellent values. Pricef
range from . . . $7.50 to $11.50
Bed Pillows
Eiderdown    :
Turkey m ��,
covering ,,     *
66x72, i a b .. '   m
S5t<.j.|J
V'"' whu' ::' ' Comfort*,!
a gr'"'  '   '    ���   ita, J
��0VeriDef   '        ��1.7St.|3
P"r"  ���'������'���'���   -      tatbrtj
"*"    ^d ���   .
each  .. , "*
��� ��� w to |
Our new  bed Pillows have no  equal   in   town   :
showing a new lot with nice fancy stripe I cove
filling of the best qualities,   each  75c tal
Table Linens and Napkins
We   buy  all our linens direct from the manufacturers In ini
and our new showing will satisfy  the most exacl ��� as tot
ity and price.
Unbleached Table Damask, per yard     35c to'
Bleached   Table   Damask,   per yard 50c to I
Special values in Table eSe.s  consisting of Table   Cot
Napkins to match. ^^^_
White and Unbleached Sheeting
We are showing only the best English anel Canadian sa
and at prices which are the lowest. So those woh ar< looking (orf
best wearing sheetings we would like to show a new lol ol En?lii|
weaves which we have just received. We bave bought them outsell
afie'i- comparison with many other lines. We can recommend tla
as the best to be had. Ask to see them. Special prices or. q
titles.
Quilts of Every Description
From the smallest crib to the largest bed quilts shown In ali want
weights and  qualities.
Special Honey Comb Quilts, each      $1-25 to }7^
Marcella and  Damask Spreads.each   $2.00 to 58JJ
Colored Bed Quilts, each   $1.00 to $2.1
Towels--Every Kind
We' have a line of .urklsn Towels in white and unb BCM
which we know cannot be beat for value. They an sold direct fW
the mill to us and such values. We hate to place them alongside MH
of the other makes.    We are selling them fast right neew.
Turkish Towels ln white or unbleached, each   10c to $1.1
Linen Turkish Towels, the kind  that make  a joy of rie liath-lta
heavy fellows in all sizes, each -l0c to J1JM
Cotton Towels, each  '  5c to 25*1
Lace Curtains
We   are   showing a  hundred
.ml one styles in curtains.
Bolim   Curtains,  per  pair	
    $2.50   to  $7.aU
Lace (.'ur!,iins, per pair	
   50c ts $10
Sash   Muslins,  all   widths    I I I
descriptions, per yard   	
    10c to 50c
.Madras   .Muslins   In   White  an I
cream widths 27 tei r>i Inches,
jeer yard 20c to $1.00
Fringes  to   match,    per    yard
   5c to 25c
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
THE  STORE  FOR   HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street, . . New Westmin
 Rnterurban   Line.     ^^
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:     Cars  leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mhiutes after
the hour, conimencing at 6:30
a.  m.
Sunday Service   bair-nourly be X
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m. J
Chiiliwack  Special
...IMPROVED FARM...
90 acres, 70 acres cleared and  u nder cultivation, or  in  meadow;   thc
remaining 20 acres in  alder bottom   land; good house (nearly new); Large
barn, etc.;  situated 2'^ miles from town on first class road.    The land pro-
duced 2% tons of hay per acre this   year and other crops in proportion.
THIS  SPEAKS   FOR   ITSELF.
Price $9500.00, Easy Terms
STAR OF INDIA
TEA COMPANY
���; British Columbia ECectric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
'****
Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
ALSO
"PERFECT
Flavoring
Extracts
^l^!_LGiv'Pg $50�� GcH for lhe best layer
Ca!:e at tho Exhibition.   =====
cordial Invitation is extended to all   to visit our exhibit at the t*

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