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 [hite, Mules & Co.
riRE INSURANCE
L WESTMgg!B B-C
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
'ME
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NEW WBSTM    e;!U   B   Cj  WBDNKSDAY V,
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SKPTRMBRR  23.   _9(*.
FIV'R CENTS PER COPY.
WOK PLANT      |��� �� �����  r BIRD CARRttS Off      FRASER RIVER MILLS
GETTING INTO SHAPE
Building* Are Busy In
(reparation-Larger Elite Throughout the Show
WITH CAPITALS BEGINNING
. eing rapidly for
x. We. li, ihe grounds
Boys Will  Get   Into Shape for Strenu
ous  Work���Good   Intermediates
Drafted   In.
..,,. ihe lasi touches
erythlng Is
,.:     '���"" B'
I cleared uj'
"otheoutei   ���  ervoii wall, which
pMbabl;    ���       ���   leted lo,Jli-v'
II tbe buildings ar. being thorough-
aD,d ou;. ..">! >":iu>' ��- ,ne u:um"
holding ^i'M'*- are eeuine
hape.   This is par
sers
ti into
t       the cas-   in   He   Industrial
fo���g, vrbai. again tae fisheries ex-
I   ,   staged, as the separate
fttl!ed   '.    uia*.. rlalize     this
dx.
The representatives of the champions on the Canadian Olympic team,
Alex. Turnbull and Qeorge Rt-nni��-.
leave on the morning train today. As
thc Vancouver team is here on Satur-
CHILD IN TALONS  RE-OPEN NEXT MONTH
Searchers Kind Girl Dead, Laifee Number of Men Will
Captu      .-Bird and Bring    fife Given Employment at
BLACK BANS MEN RECEIVE
LONd PENITENT1AH. W
methodists prepare
'":::,'";"" ,. meening
Three  Arrived from  Fernie Yesterday
and  Twc  More to Follow���Excit
ing  Capture of  Prisoners.
It to Seattle.
Seattl. ,
Swoop ul   down
on  a  '' :   ' en,  a  huge
A"" ':,:';- - ��� ��� i.-., up little four-
year-old I .. Chisholm In his ta-
day iu the last game ol the senior j Ions, ai Eagl. Sest, Alaska, and car-
schedule, it will be necessary to piay|rif'd her ofl ., bis mountain nest.
two new men. As Irving Wlntemute ' Por ltnree *"'""��� searching parties
may be on the line-up, only one ad-jhumof* hiK-"1 :,:,-: '<'"���*��� through the
dition to Saturday's team may be re. mountainous country, and finally rap-
quired. Marshal! and "Grumpy" | tured th<- biK ,'af-1<'- ari(i in 'he nest
Spring are slated for senior positions. '���found ,ho bruised a"d mangled body
and will train with the team. With ! of lhr' child ���1"nn Kalem, of Seattle,
Alex, out, the home will not he up to ; w&a n,>a* thl - ' ;hr- time the
its usual strength, especially if Van-. ���ag*0 made ;,*s rai(1- an<1 nf> organized
couver sends over  the same defence  '',Ild  ilrecu ;   '���������   searching  party   of
Je promise, toi live stock of every
assure au excellent  contest   be-
L2 breed.  -   -.nd   the   entries are
ttuu ever  before.     Space   for
itablts "aJ  ru0ls  in  lne Agricul-
huilding is held up  by the  ue-
is of entries from district bodies
made,   and   which   must   be
m before other  things   are  pro-
tor,
Conces&.ons Numerous,
the ground  space     fur outside
,<fious  has   been   takeu   up,   and i
��� \i)-fit. new reservoir, which I5,.
tr,/.-    ,.,Iaible   attraction     to
|C.. :, ;  which  badly needed  an
Iciji sttei t of water, there is less
itlun formerly.   Great care will
-,.i gee that the exhibitions
satisfactory,   For the
[1  uers'  building  some of  the
tgrlcultural machinery has al-
..  .uul   will     be   put   in
. ... : .rely.
Fru-.t   Exhibits.
(<:..    ���   districts   ui   bo   repi e
Vi exhibits are Kelowna,
|oii.    A::;. nun
K tnloops,   and    Lillooet
Load. Mission,    Coquitlam,   Co
ani lh
��� aa,  s.iui   district exhlb-
I ;.!<���  11-'.    I .in.;    , sjici 'ally    good.
continue  to tie one of tho
|i:,. nf    the   exhibition,
Is  being taken   in   tbe
���ial prize for vegetables offered by
I     :   -,     Bay   t'o.
:tures and Historical  Exhibit.
:     illection of the Ontario
V bat   ..- 11 ai ranged
by 11. De Forrest, of Vancou-
..-.. I     esents a  most  attractive
psentation .if Canadian an.    The
collection of local pictures  will
Jranged by Capt Peel.-, aud  the
lo    ...  and  historical  exhibits,
nemoratlve of the Simon  Praser
Dial,   and   the   Provincial   gov-
en:   exhibli    ..n Thursday   and
i.y  E   o.  S.  Schoellold,  pro-
rarian,  R.   i-l. Qoanell,  pro-
ai archaevlst, and Dr. Newcombe
pm. trom   Victoria   for   the   pur-
i-:;.r. m - onth the Praser river
mills ���_ co 1 i.e.- operations after
having ei 1 do ed down for ;, consider!. .    ;.i, ,    while   extensive  al ���
ation* and improvements were being
made; to tb plant, n if estimated
that close  on   a   thousand men   will
he f.i*>' d      ad    1 mployment at F a-
ser rail's   i,a  800n  .,.   ;)l(_    blg  mtll
commences work.
The amount of monej speni on ihe
addition   of   nn   and  improved   ma-
chtner\   l��  said  to he well over half
a million  dollars,  e.verv  known labor
they   bad on   Saturday,   bu,   there   Is I ���  "����'        He  paid   these In- ^ ^ ,ntroduced
not much  fear  for  the   result  of the  d,���� ��800 t0 ���^- the search, and , o  ^.^ q{ ^
came     However    next   week',   eimes   wl*Pn   *'"'  Captive eaj.le  was  brought  . ,._,       . it   . ��� ., .
gam.,     nuwaver,   nexi   **.Ub   games, __ ^    ^_ T_ 1: _    ___ huge suck- of timber available on ihe
vast limits owned by Me.-srs.  David-
eleven   Indians
Largest Mill on Continent
'iu- Provincial police succeeded in
��� ishlng oui .lu Itlack Hand orgum
zatlon which  was discovered at  Pei
ni'-   |Uf       ��� '������ -.    ilu    disastrous   lire,
and threi    irlsoners, brought down to
the  B,  C   penitentiary  yesterday, ie.
Constable!    ..�����...-��� >    and   Mouris,   reminded tb.   public that iheir nov...;-
ines   wil'   not be permitted    on
Mission Board Will Meet in
Vancouver For One Week
---Important Business.
The- mission board of ihe Methodist
church in Canada will meet in Vancouver during the week of Oct. ;��� and
10, Inclusive, .and the business which
is io he transacted win probably take
up ilie eniire week.
The general mission  board of  this
Canadian   1 The   man  convicted |church, h-.vini. full charge of all its
'operations   as   a   missionary   society.
are a tougher proposition, and ih.-jin hy ,tu' Indians he took it, put It in
champions wiil sedulously tr.ain for; * cralc and snipped i to Seattle on
their two game;..    Everything is now
settled for next  week's matches with
lhe Capitals.
RIFLE EXPERT PROVES HIS
MARVELLOUS SKILL HERE
th" Humboldt.
"Seven little girls were piaving on
this barge," said Mr.Kalena >esie.da\,
"The barge   had  been towing  up  thei
son, lllr-R.ie and Swift, ihe chief owners in the big mill. Experts dee-lare
that the Fraser Kivr-r mills are now
the   be:     equipped,  a<   well     as  thei
I largest, on this continent at the pies-
tftiit
Sh. uld  the   siate   of   the
ent
lumber market warrant it. the mill
will be kepi going night and day for
several monih-i to come.
Gun   Club    Members   Shown    Feats-
Shooting  at  Clay   Pigeons   and
Oranges  by  W.A. Hillies.
W, a. Hlllis, representing the U. M.
C. Co, und Remingon Arms Co., gave
a very interesting exhibition with ri:l.
and sliot gun at Moody square yesterday afternoon before a large crowd.
llis shooting a: washers and mar-
id.-s iu the air was something extraordinary. He also demonstrated the
Salmon A-���. I hitting power of the Remington automatic rille. by throwing a can of tomatoes up In the air and hitting ii
1 !;",,;' :1 with a soft point 'mllet. leaving baldly a piece of the- can remaining, He
created a lot ��f amuaemenl by telling
the boys be was going to throw up
an orange, and that the boy who goi
ih,. orange Brat after he shoi was 10
get a dollar. He threw the orange
up, and the aofi point smashed ii -so
completely that  nothing remained but
ENGINEERS THREATEN TO
JOIN STRIKING MECHANICS
Vi'iiiiiip-"*    Man.,    Sept.   22,-That
11 cloud  of  vapor. ! ..,   ,),
Shooting at a clay pigeon Mr. Hill-
is showed  his ability  by making  an
both Vancouvei an.l ibis city.    A  very | ORVILLl WRIGHT UhdbKlutd
high wind was blowing all afternoon,,
causing   the   clay   birds   to   fly    very
fust,  which  mad..- them very  hard   to
hit-
The ���booting of the Gun club members was not as good OS usual -ou account  of the   WIlllL
river to Eagle's \. ,1 foi days,an 1 onl
the evening of Julj 11 was tied up toi
the bank. The little girls were all
alone at their play when ibis eagle)
Swooped down upon them, picked Car-j
rie up in his taldtls and soared away j
to the mountain nest.
"When 1 heard of 11 1 hired eleven
Indians to Immediately take up the
search, and they started out, For
three weeks Ui.-y tolled throughout
the days in pursuit of ihis creature.
Finally they captured it and found
the girl's body. The eagle had claw-iihey will join the striking mechanics
ed it and picked it until It was un- of the Canadian Pacific railroad if
recognizable. When we started the the cotepaa.v does not settle the etrlke
Bearch we hoped thai the bird would within a week ls the gist of an ultl-
become tired of carrying the child. ��� malum Jusl Issued by the engineers
and would drop her, mid thai wo'of the iyBtem They have reported
might find her alive, inn as the conditions to the railway commission
Bearch lengthened, we gave up that at Ottawa-
hope and only asked that we might' It Was llported today that the rail'
recover th body, 1 did not accom- road Is -flteparing another statement,
puny the searchers, as l was trading'in wh^'li H win offer to reinstate the
at iin- time and .-ould not get away,    strike*, undei   certain  conditions
"The girl wus the .1:.lighter of Dave I                   -
Chisholm,    of    Eagle's Nest, Alaska. B0WUN0 league continues
Eagle's  Nest   is  248  miles  from  Daw-;             W|TH   G00D   SC0RES  MADE
son. 	
-,  broughl   the eagle back with me;    Thg  ^^   _n;..(.h    j()   ,,.,,  inl,,...
.,  show  whal   a   powerful  bird   u  !'��� | hoUg9 bowllflg leagUe tom-nament took
place al  Carver's  alleys  lasl  evening,
'     *i,!'   ,,'"""; ""���     ,iliwltl.   the  following  results
No. 4���ftoblwson, 4:'..".; Goulet, 325;
Ung. rs. 387; Dailey, 366; and Emery,
442.    Total.  JXH4
No.   3���Gordon,   334;   Arnold.   297;
FATAL AEROPLANE HlUPb^^ 360: 8utherland'
Emery's   team  thua   I'fat   Suther-
New     York,     Sept.    22. ��� OrtrUte land's  team   by   inr,  pins.    Robinson
Wright's own story of the tragic fate  made   (he   best   score.   160.     Tonight
which befell bis aeroplane at the Fort   KelHngWn'l     and     Latham's    teams
Myer   testing  field,   resulting   in the play.
When  vve  feed   ii   now.  the  bird  goes j
meat   w
picks and  claws it (0 small  bits."
will come bere in a few days. Four
Other members of this Mafia organization wlll serve terms at Nelson, the
authorities heing determined to root
out the poi.sonous weed of blackmail
he   province.
Two of tke men escaped from prison, and gave the police five day..'hard
v, ��� recapturing them. Constable
Leacej was obliged to fire at one, and
anoiher took refuge on an island,
wh. re   b-   was   found   after  deligent
��� ��� li by the police, concealed in the
undergrowth,
are Domini. Marzia. seven ,years;
Frank Ollverisse, six vears and six ���
���months; and Stepheno Breuno, six "oth at uome and in the foreign fields,
years. Two others, Frank Bruclio, haB tne following membership: Presi-
ami Lanzinto Santorl, convicted and dent'the Rev- Dr' Carman, of Toronto,
ordered to serve six years and three j***** K<-'norai ���superintendent of the
months,  and  two  years,  respectively, i''h"roh; 'he general secretaries of the
society, Rev. Dr. Sutherland, the Rev.
Thomas Allen, Mr. H. H. Fudger, a
prominent financial man, and the RPV.
Dr. F. C. Stevenson, secretary of the
Young People's Forward Movement,
all of Toronto; Rev. Dr. James
Woodsworth, of Winnipeg; Rev. Dr.
Ryckman, of Perth.
Representatives of the general conference: Rev. Dr. Huestis, of Halifax; Dr. A. l.angford, of Toronto;
Rev. Dr. Young, of the Great b_. James
church, Montreal, Rev. Wm. Rriaggs,
���general maaager of the Methodist
bookroom, Toronto, and an excellent
man of business; Rev.T.Albert Moore,
the general secretary of the I_ord's
Day Alliance; Rev. Messrs. J. A. Rankin, R. J. Elliott, David Rogers, S. .1.
Bharey, of Cooourg, Manly Benson,
W. H. Hearts, Thomas Marshall and
D.  .Norman.
Lay delegates: Messrs. N. \V. Ro-
well, K.C.oi* Toronto, and .I.W.Fla-
velle, a wealth} financier, nt whose
Initiative and by the support of whose
purse the News was established in
Toronto, on independent lines. With
Mr. J, B. Willlson, ex-editor of the
Globe, in full charge, was established;
Hen w. 11. Cushing, the minister of
put&lC works, Calgary; ('. B. Keeuley-
side, of London, Ont ; Judge McLaren,
of Toronto; Abraham Shaw, of Montreal; H. I,. Loverlng, of COldwater;
Thomas Hilllard, John 11. Chapman,
W. F. Hull, of Napanee;   W  II. l.amb-
Polittcal Intelligence
MacKenzie   King   a   Candidate.
Ottawa, Sept 22.���W. L, Mackenzie
King has. resignei the office of deputy minister oi labor, having accepted the pan. nomination to com. si
the riding ol North Waterloo, Ontario,
In the Uberal interest at the forthcoming Federal general elections, in
a lettei to "Hon. Mr. Lemieux, tendering his resignation 4%esterday, Mj^,
King said:
"In accepting the nomination so
heartily 1 end. red by the Liberals of
my native country and in Beeklng the
support of the electors, 1 trust lhat
the sacrifice I am making In resigning
my present position to devote myself
to larger duties In public life will be
of itself sufficient to show that I have
ly. of Ottawa;  Judge Chesley.of Hali
....    ni i-,  .'���"  '������������ Hi- ���       "��o.g of fa*' an,[ *'���  u- -lm'h- '-*1*"- superln-
110 ambition  to tendenl   of education  In New   Bruna
wb-k.
the   people   ut   large-
si rve bul  that of contributing to the
happiness and prosperity of our common country."
Sifton Opens His Campaign.
The representatives who have been
elected at the various annual sessions
of the conferences in the provinces of
Manitoba,   Saskatchewan, Alberta   and
Winnipeg,   Sept.   22.���Hon.   Clifford   Brltfeb   Columbia.,  as   well .asD   New
Demonstration,
ill   din.;  Miss  Hose, of i
Dairy
Qaii
f- lemonstra ion ���
1 '
' ese    fa. tories   01
I   * wi e ente I,
Manual   Training   School.
-; m ial   1" a ..
.
���'.,  wee
mil ' .-...:
real  reason of the
Hon.  fatal  termination of what had prom
he   ..   record  in aklng   (light.
I anied causi   .wis plain 5
Miscellaneous.
1    inusualb
the  Vancouver
' "ii   pi omtse    their
" "       io.     in   the  matter.
���'������J.       .      i.,   ,),!S   di-
ARflANG.NG   FOR ***  ��* "eut   *"^'u a"d  ^ff
RURAL   MAIL    ROUTES  ous injuries  to Mr. Wright   himself,  le j
  '��� told in a dispatch received In th s ci':.
Ottawa   s.pi-   22.-The  posi   office j According to the stoiy, he Is at a loss
Ideoartmenl la already at work giving to account for 1
effect   to ib.-  au .uncem. nt   o
��� -1     ���"    Rodoiphe  Lemieux   al   Niagara   Fall .     ed   to
M Tuesday, promising thai Erei   rura    I i��    mi
ZlTeTv ���   Prompts   -
Canada      '-..-���
,   -,,:,    Ol    11 ������   ',    ���'"   '
not    wui ng in
u rate and th    H lartmen   I
I a    oui   bo*
fast a come In.    Ii   will
onl      me before a
-iral  ��������� :" "" '"!' '' "'
,    thl      will   b
I ..,!,.,    as    1....-ial' .
unable even
nd 1 - ��� ���' have
e . .1
Sifton opens his campaign in Brandon tonight. He was nominated this
afternoon at the most enthusiastic
Liberal convention ever held In Bran
don, over 400 delegates being present. Tonight he addresses a public
meeting.
foundland, Include the Rev. Dr. J. H.
White, of this city; Rev. J. A. Wood,
of Sidney, and W. Bell, of Rnderby,
as the representatives ot this province upon  this  board.
The. se sions will be held in Wesley
church, in Vancouver, beginning on
Monday, 'lie Sth of October, and continuing   for   at   least   a   week,   when
...   many finiportant   subjects connected
Di-Li/agual  Speech.
Toronto,    Sep..    22.���Speaking
English, and latei   In French, Blr WH- j with both home and foreign missions
ri id   Lauriei   addressed   a   gathering will   be  thoroughly  debated.
of s  .-ral thousand people at Tilbury      The whole  work of this  branch  of
,p,y.      Fori     p  r   cent,  oi   h!s the  Methodlsi church Is concentrates
11 j    will
..    -
Liberals Elect Delegates
to Nominating Convention
done
1
��� ��� ��� ���
���������������������������������������
which   la   being      10 - a, I he total Hsi
. ttes  bi Ing as Eollowi:
nlnst. r Li .era!., Ln thai\>
iMoving for Prohibition.
In Iianapolis. Ind., Sept. 22.���Maw
[hun two thousand Methodist in in Is-
ters and eight thousand htymen tolas gathered ai ShelbyvlUe, bis sine,
in tne of  the  mosl   rema kable de-
,   :ations ev.-r  made  agalnsi 1 he ,,,..,
was  f0]   hearei-j , . :��� ��� French Canadians, Hun    in  th.   densely populous and far-West-
drove  In  f" nu  the   .rn Cl BepravlnceOfSz-Chuan.lt:
the  ton ���  and  a  Inhabitants number some 50 millions,
ai,d .1,    other chilrch societies, which
re   i-i presented   In   this    important
11   are   the  Chiua Inland   mission,
Templeman   Unanimous Cnoice. which was founded through the efforts
Vlrtoriu,   -   . Hon      Willi.) if  Richard Taylor.antl  which has In-
,.   ', r  - li      n tlmate   financial   relations    with   the
land re ��nan mo��   ���  ehosen Chmreh ot England,and the CMS.,or
candidate he   Liberal   Bomlnatioii the great church of Ehgland mission
ention   here   ias    evening.     The :ir\   society,
tiiruoul v.   Large and in f hi    n ��� The total offerings by members and
I inn    traffic.    Th   meetta
��� he   imrpose   of    Btr. ngthening     I hi
Govi  nw Hanly in a flau   - I
i.i ition '���������    ���- a e bouse
iri        uu   ngenl
	
am!
was clearlj
ii  Ryall, A. Hardman, K. W. Shiles,jwert  placed In ntMnina Ion     Address-  frleads  of the  Methodist  church    in
���     a-
���   I
elng taken in the
' '������:>. -������    department,
are unn. nail,  good
ol amateur work will
ented
f;LR0AD   OFFICIAL "\T
DROWNED  WHILE   FISHING
12     It.   L.   C.
Can i.i.au Pall    ystem  here,
while tahtng
nn the Koote-
' '    The body has
�� '    Coombs is sur-
'   ' family, win. are
���
*������ 1.1:1111
CONDITIONS  CHANCED
UNDER    SIR    WILFRID
London,   Eng.,   Sept.   22.���TJ_e
Fi11_.1_ci.1l  N"ws, discussing the
Canadian gorenunent's expen
Itures says that Canada is jusl
Hied in spending with a lavls-a
hand      itet'eiring   WJ   Sir    Wilfrid   Lauiier's  control   of   Dominion affairs, it says that un-
der his guidance  the country
ha.- emerged tor all time I
the   agricultural,   commercial.
,m.l      industrial      depression
wherein   it   had   been   plnnged
an.l   that   his  express,,!  de
to   finish   the   const 1 ur!ion   oi
the  orand   Trunk  Pacific
no   mere   electtoneerllng   .'^P-
trap.
1,   .j gi    Idams, Capt.  Mayers, .1   _>ai
,,,,    _   ,*. li   1: election
*, 1       the   irge attendance ai the ,in(,   R   j.ll(lllll.   v   w   ,-.,,    u   k. . ,,,;.,��� n, v, ,   M    ,
��� Hardman  nail   yesterdaj   evening.   ,1 oilW-y, C   B. Deans, E. QoiAet, n Oil L   nninti * of others
m                 eing   held   tor  the   purpose ������.   ,1   w   MacDoaald, W. Howay, M.j 	
* .      iclenates to Che oomiaat- Phillips, It. PenUa, .1. .1. Johnston, H. Pte*a Support for Nbflnnes.
held in this citj
v  Kastman, A,
when a I
\   Halcrow,  Hi
1, Latery, K
.1.    II.   .Il.lies.
i lng r.m.eiuioll to b.
��� on vvednesday oi next week, ��,���;. -..^ (.  g  RichmOfitt. R. Bueklantl, W.  withotn nswsp n.,.0-1
��� eandiahlie  is  to  be iv.tuied.    Over  l*60|L   .i,,hiisioii,  W.  Turnlml).  I)   Walk.-..
��� 3,  1 oners  of  the  cause  of good  gov-   J.   IteJriieiil.acli,   L.   B.   Lusby.   W.   .4.
��� -mien; were present, iu addition to Gilley, A. Whealler. James Amlerson,
m M lone poi-y. D. Adams, S. Miilcolm.sou. .1. ilcMur-
m                :i,  delegates  were elected, pjjy. w.  K. Fuh-H, Junes McMurphy.
��� jtl,e   tighesi   number of votes casi  for j,   n.   ftbnsoh,   \\\  C.   Curtis,    C.   C.
.    ..,, 1 Bate being 119, ff. Ryali head-   t-ameron.   A.   Adnms,  O.  Grimmer,  J-
4 ,,i:   the   list      Ten alternates  were  m. MaoDfltiald, .1. .1. Dlgby, A. Iiawe,
��� tamed,   these  to act, in  the event   of  n.  Mael-beisou.  K. Mercer.
��� nl.   of the delegatea being unable to;     Alternate*���.1. Conrtenay. J. E.  Ins-
��� attend.    No proxies will be allowed a'   ley.   W    T.  Cooksley,    .1.  Crean.    .1.
��� the  convention; j Trodden, .1. Reid. .1. S. Bryson, P. O.
��� 11   was   well  iift.-r   midnight   before j Bllodeau.   W.  .1.   Whiteside. Dr.   T.   B.
��� the result of the balloting was finally, Green.
j es   we...   delivered   by   iIip-   minister, 1 Canafis   towards  the support and  ad-
for Delta, and ! vancf-ment  of home  and foreign  mis-
��� sions  during  the  past   year amounted
1 ro  something over $421,000;   and   the
laymen's missionary movement  is dis-
tlnctly  credited     with   having   had   a
very decided   influence  in  stimulating
interesl   in  missions generally.  British
Colum!.ia  occupies the enviable position of having contributed the largest
average snrn per member. $2..11, while
the  general average  per  member  for
the Dominion  is $1.6s.
Eeeney,      w   w  11   Mclnnes, th
A.   Mn- i didale    '1     Vancouver,    i
Liberal can-
no longer
The Pacific Globe." a Liberal newspaper, having U'en started on Maniay. The
Globe is 1* strong advocate of the
Liberal government.
Resigns $10*00 Job.
Pittsburg, Sept- 22.���Resigning a *
position as superintendent of a mill of. ���
the Carnegie Steel company, carrying 14
with it a salary of $10,000 a year. Geo., *
L. Glunt today began a course of stu- ; *
dy in ihe Western Theological semin- *
ary. where he will prepare himself
for the ministry.
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THE DAIXr NEWS.
WEDNc
Way
SEPT.
MJUiCIGUS fAfflOOOS ARE
0HU1S BV TOBY PRESS
Mail and  Empire  Leads Party  Organs  in Wilfully Mis.
leading the People of Canada Regarding the Saskatchewan   Valley   Land   Deal  - Maliciously False
Statements  Given Wide Circulation.
rovmcia
hibition
The Mail and Empire leads the Tory
press in misrepresentation and slander. The verj methods employed by
this paper should provoke the condemnation of all fair-minded men.
The. particular subjects lo which attention  is  called  are "The    visit    ol
Mr. Graham to the Trent  canal" and
������The defence ol graft," which appeal
in the Issue of Saturday, Sept. ">, 1908.
Under -,he Latter heading the   Saskatchewan     Valley    '..and    company
comes in for the usual abuse, and Mr.
Adamson, M.P., i.i credited with being
the   ioi   own i  and     eneflciary.   The
light  m which    this   transaction    is
plu. i i  befo e    b    public    is    wilfully
lo;       '.r.. Th ��� Mail knows
tli    article  to   ..   . il   ��� trom the  fuel
thai   nol   being   true  there   is  uol hing
upon    ��� ���   d upon ,\ hich to base   tat.
mi :      made,     rh ���  mail  sums  up
- ..- in       'i'!i<   resulta
are us follows.
ived bj    Adamson
. :  Ian Is   	
Paid  i      Uiamson for land
Piper, A. [j. Warner, George C. Howe
and D. M. .McDonald had purchased
large areas of semi arid land, being
portion ii:' the .Northern Pacific kind
grant, and bad succeeded iu >elliua
the same to settlers accustomed    to
from
Th.-y
ici
:
.liatl
farm thai kind of land. These gentle
nun had a complete organization in
'.be Stale.; for the sale ot laud. Th
had already established over 3000
agencies in the United States and
were In a good position to place on
the mar';'-', land ..f this semi-arid nature.
.Mi.. Adamson, �� ho  ���'���...; i. n     en    ..
member, Intere te   these genl   in -n in
the si heme to buj    he   and s   ml
the Qu'App. lie com] an ���.
thai   corupi  iy had i ifui
as :; gilt from the gov.
boui lit tl     . in :  _o     ��1.5u
by i without li!!' i'
el the op -ration ' tached,  and   aftei    Ion
purchased from thi   D imi don govern-
' ment t.e- i ven numbere I   e tions run
$2,000,0001 ning  with  this  land .      .     extent   of
250,000   250,000 ... res, for {: -   e. and ven
 |onerous settlemen   conditions.
The facts th refo        ire   th ii   Mr.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Adamson not
Maliciously Falso. I llament when he interested himself in
To presenl   to the Canadian  people thls'enterprise as alleged by the
the above account as representing    a   He is onlj Inters
transaction between Mr. Adamson and  '" '!-
the government is the act of a rascally ��sler  Condemned   the   Land.
knave or a  pitiable  Ignoramus.      To      The land was regarded of sue
mislead the people in this case, as the  value that   Mr
Mail  has  dmie. Is contemptible,  whe-   company, that they  refused to accept
ther done with Intent and maliciously i it as a g
or by reason of ignorance.    If the Mall
iy Ignorant of the facts of this trans-      The Saskatchewan Valley Laud cotn-
action then  the better plan would  bejpnny was comprised of many    niem-
to  first   secure    tellable    informationI bers, not only and
and let the people judge.   To deceive Adamson.
tho people from pure ignorance of the
subjects  leads to the wronging of an
upright,  enterprising citizen    of    the
-���' ��� ii and -i representative of the p >���-
Synopsis of Ganam
Regulations,
��� '";' ""'   lbIe*Doa>lalonsian,
.a the railway belt u. BX'%
"a, may be h  ae ������_.���.,.,  hCoM
who is the .      headoU?JW|f
any nrale over lsy,lirs^,��t
extent of one-quarter s.rn! n'
acres, more CU��a <" ��
Entr-V m"       ' made De���n��� ���   i
^e local land teJ^J
which the land ,, situate,
proxy may, how
Undei
the  Auspices   of   tlie R. A. & I. Society.
New   \Ve_tmin3ter. B.C.
Queen"s Park,
.tain conditions by the fattier
September 29tk to October
Both   Days   Inclusive
fit
3rd,
district H
 ' Entry bj
son, daughter, brother or""' *****
Intending hon .|.���
The hon ier iS
form the con litlo
8*.sier,|,
lol!
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$50,000 m Prizes
and   Attractions
Western Canada s   Greatest
Annua
Profii   for Adamson
,0,000 :
Mail.
to a small degree
SK
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lOVv'
little
Osier and  his  rallwaj
they refused to accept
.lift from the government, and
agreed to take |1 an acre in lieu of i'.
hevvai
lprisei
solely    Mr. A   .1
Historical
To make it appear thai  Mr. Adam
son mad.- the bargain with the govei i
ment and  reaped all  the profit  wh1
accrued   Is   a   monsi i ou      fa  rlcal
unworthy a leading newspaper.
'i o all. ge thai   this  1 in I  was  \ a ���;
able   and  deslra >1     for   i i linar
How Would This  Read ?
S:i]>: o I lie-   -.    i    ,     I   ',   ��� ':���     ��� nu
rocei ���  ������!   ri i on  i    to    J  B.  Oder,  tli r   i.. a d iibei   ,���   I i
< onsi rvative   M.   P.  foi    , - on o,   url       When   Mr.  Sifi    ide ���  -'   n
one oi the own.   i o   aud a dli  i tor pf  :'' - ll lh'-' lun'1 '"     ' -l!l    ,; : '   -,j' '
danadian Pacific, tne acount would'; saddled  the contn      with con
h ���       than
Lacrosse Matches, Baseball Matches, Football .Marches.
Scottish Sports, Children's Day Sports.
Sweetest Music, Stock Parade.
Five Days' Enjoyment and Instruction.
Exhibit Commemorating- Discovery of the Greatest
^^^^^^J   River in Canada by Simon Fraser.
Unveiling of Monument Erected to Great Discoverer's Memory.
GOD SAVE THE  KING.
For Information apply to
W. H.  KEARY,
Manager and Secretary,
T. J. TRAPP, Pres. P.O.Box 59, New Westminster
j_____MMM_a_M___________W.^^ ________:
required to {
with    under    oa/TrNlteJ
plans:
:'    ' ������-0*' iauJ
upon and the lun I
! each  year I m
father  ls  i. 0[  tll  '
Bteader rei . .,rc,
vicinity -
requlremem
satisfied
the father
i :i     !���   ��� .
��� .   rei
nd by bim
stead, tl
dence ru ..
upon tl.
Six in. ul
be given I   I
Inion L
apply I' ii
i'n VL
leased for a - ��� ..��� J
at   an   . -
Not   moi ���
leased to . >r comml
A royalti i re cead
ton shall I on  :;.. r\
chantable coa '
W. W. CORT.'
Deputy of the M ! thelDltq
MAIL CONTRACT
1 ent.   . : ���.._
lence n_if*ti
. 4
.
In
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SEALED   .
the   !'���    ...
celvod al ' H ua oa Frdii
the Second October, ,|
: of Iel ters on contract '.j
:..,:   jeai     I pioposed ii-ii
Let.er Boxes ir - NtwVisl
id thus:
ived  b*   11 iii i   from
, . \   L-n -.���nun nl   . .25 0 :: 0  ttCl e!
ed   by  Os.l,'t-   Irom
governmenl    $25,000,	
.   .      .- Osier to   1 oi
amenl    N'oi bing
ii"  1 ,i.   .v  for  : : ���     .b'ou
heir ag. i pw?hini ry  to  work.
; and placed on th. land   be rei    class
of nie;* who knew     Div I
arid iand, and tl isult wa
ti r their lands <t ���    talo a up  tl    pro-
I   - mda was the din      meai
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_ VOL PINS and j
BEAUTY PINS |
AT
homesteaders from
m ,,, ,,,., ,(,.,, ytv  Osier is one  i*u*>"*"'*' ""���" ��� a,..--. .        ... ,
owners 'ofthe Canadian Paclnc j aucln8   :l11   enormous   Immlgrati.
. .i..   ificuti      for charging up  to  ::'" '" tter ' ;
.the total of cash and lands given1tbtt L'nited S,;'t0"
b,   the  Conservative  gov. i nm ml     to
compan      I u u   why should M r.
\.; rasou be . h irge ! up with all    the
old to        Saskatchewan Val _____^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
, ipulation.    Citii r    si hools    aad
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Canadian Pacif i
RAILWAY COMPANY
���     trip
W. C.  CHAMBERLIN
Soli    \_. :.' -:   En
Lohgines  Watch
Hamilton Watch M>.\. men
Now  a   Prosperous  District.
distrlcl  which !, id been p iss. d
and  i onsidered  of  no  r ilue
irs, i_; now the centre of . prosper-
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Moi. ment, ���
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;be i ital ri..y  on  I be * ansaction,  11
there be auy profit '.'
The Mail bases its attack upon the
pr. -��� imptiou  thai   tli<-  laud   �� is   ��� tlu
able und i ha   the Saskatch 'wan i un
raip   ��� oujjhl  il  foi   ��� ! an ai re, ivhere-
worth in...
Some cf  the Facts.
etiurches abound, the rallwaj passes
thro igh an area doti I . li li toss ns
..  ,; cultivai ��� I be nis, which pres loui
a
i ���   ..  b uninhabited  and  unculi v ited
( anuda  ha    reapi I  an  Immeu e    advantage iu consequence ol ��� he    ile of
semi-arid Lands which ���.������������ purchased
and s< ttled by the Saskatch n, tu Val.
Whal an ��� I In
of J50.000 acre:
dI di -ii numbi i   I
Lk rei
'.
...
There is no more   justifii atlon   foi
u I   ; Mr. Adam oa'a name   a connee-
ections for years bad  formed;tion   wltn    tap   Saskatchewan   Valley
a land   ;...    _.-,   n bj the Con-iLand company than tiere would be in
ttlve goverumeni u.   th
on   in ,! ti a. t of . hich i he od I num-1
md Long  Lake
pan; .    Mr.   E.   ���:.  Osle
M,  i'.   'i'.- Tor iu o, sva      i
: ���   this    co ni p a i -      11 ���
���, d   man,   well  vers   I   lu   .
valu
Qu'Ap-   using thai ol  Mr. Osier In  conn ctlon
with  the land    and  moue.   :1     Cana
:
a
  stern j
ind !���.:.>:���        ,, :
.... : ;i    land _i     ...
as not fit lor     I ut. 1
I-   ������ .��� ;
111 ���  ���,.    -i'i!.
Ill ,      .   tondeiu  ������ i   :       .   .
.r  settlement,  and  I ii     .-   .
red a   mil  In  I he i   ch   pier .
om   : :    : .���.���        ., ���   i
.    il thai   v. as I       i       '
... ., ,       el to take $1 an
i i  ' ... , ,   |...
Pin I        :.'    , .   ,'..     i   -      .   '
.   .: I ,     , l Qu'App.
:.. ',    .!..:    had     av. l .- .! thl
:;, ,    I ���.:���>.     Th '  e  v. 11 .
iv in foi       .'.v-fi
:   lad been adsc
Itair.s ay     emn-l
-,  Conservative! v..live government.
1  , , Pacific acquii ed fi
All Iron Wringers
If you  wanl   to        ,  ���
Travel bj i he S enic Rail ivaj of
America.
Through Dining Tourist and Firs:-
Class  Sleeping Cars,
Eastern Express leaves at 7:15.
Atlantic Express leaves at 17:26
For further particulars ana reserva-
t;ons apply
Kl). GOULET,
\ cent   S -*.v Westmlnat. r
or to E.   I   Ci lYLE,
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o-i-.ster,    i
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t-ood I   i        wlth( nclo i d tn  wai b ng machines
Para on, 20th   C atury,    '���'���<  u ting      an !    other
.11 and s ir lines.
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   E.ONSER.
Reoular  siiliiius  bet'^r^n
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLI
WACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langlej
MisBlon and waj pons, with . ui
sengers and  freight,
Leaves     lira, km   ll   .v    Ker      i h,'- '
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tlc^s and  Saturday at 8  a   m,
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day md Sund.y ���t / ,-,. m.
il       md      rt!. ilars, appls
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.*
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
ll.  WHITMORF. Seen tary.
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THE
advkrtj.se     "*--i
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
[or the coi Ing    lason a very contidete lino of
NURSERY   STOCK
I i no -., take, mt st.arl your orchard right, by buying from A
HOME NURSERY, where you me not bothered with fumigation, as
well i .   aci i tre   ,   We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
can ...  ord      no matter what the size.    If we   have   no
1    ��� iu jvrite to us at Burnaby Lake r r prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURTJABY LAKE, B. C,
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
*am���mm>smmm���mm>smam
Excellent Train Service Betsve."?!
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
\\ Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
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1> TIME PROVINCES.
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Two   HOOT*   I"
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facy, ��6.00.
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SKAGWAY HUUTE.
Mav    leaves    Vancouver
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ROUTE.
Victoria leaves Vancouver
���ancouv
princes.
���Uy except Tuesday.
;;^vER..v.CTOR.A  ROUTS.
ss Victoria leaves Vancouvei
, sicept Tuesday rat 6 p.m.
_T rbirmurat 1 p.m. daily.
i . wp.lnesdi.y.
rvANCOUVER-SEATTLE ROUTE
u-Iier WinceM   Eoyal leave8  10
K>'exce!jt sunday aad Monday
fenaays b'avcii Vancouver 9 mu,
L Seattle via Victoria.
tflllNSTEB-VICTORIA   ROUTE
Us Trader will leave Victoria for
li Westminster every To-day.
K��tea New Westminster on VIM-
flWWEST COAST ROUTE.
8 8* !"���������
I mvee Victoria U p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th
ETlotb of each month for Clayoquot.
LquHo Hartor and way ports;  7th
| each month for Qu-atsino and way
,.s* 20th of each month for aAhcuset,
Ltslno, Cupc Scott and way ports.
[VANCOUVER-NANAIMO  ROUTE.
8. 8. Joan
IWares Vancouver 1:30  pm. dally.
Lpt Sunday.   Leaves Naaaimo at
IKJTORIA-NANAIMO. .   NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
I Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; ar-
jves Nanaimo 4 p.m.
fl/as-'-B Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m;
Lives Victoria 9 p. m.
|,VERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
8. S. Queen City.
nn victoria 8 p.m. every Wetoea-
,1 !ortn Vancouver 10 am. for above
j intermediate points. Returning to
laaeouver Sunday afternoon; Victoria
Ponday morning, via LadynmltjL
NORTHERN 8. C. ROUTE.
8.8. Amur.
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|ter)* month at 8 p.m.
UP RlVER.
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New   Westminster   Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
ind Saturday.
to: reservations   and   iniormatlon
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J. W. TROUP.
t_mral Buparintradaat. Victoria.
Mail Service
pisiutchid by C. r. R. train at 7:16
liu.; close 6*.UU.
Sumas und Seattle, via Huntingdon,,
Cully.
Millside No.   l,  daily   ei.*..,,. Sttu-!
|da>; Sapperton  .No.  l,  daily  except
Bunday.   Mails received at 10:30 am.
patched by B. C. Electric rati**.
Co., ii-.;;u .a.m.
Vancouver, No. i, datlyexcept Sun
|toys,  Returu mail recelv��.l lu am.
Vancouver, No. ;:, and Burnabj
|hake; closes al 11:30 p.m.; daily ex-
Jtept Sunday. Return malls received
|al ii'.3) p.na,
pispatched by C. P. K. train at 17;'....
P.m., mail closes at 16:46 p.m.
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1 n.m.
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A" down river points via Vancouver.
ex��Pt Sunbury.
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MALICIOUS FALSEHOODS ARE
CIRCULATED BY TORY PRESS
tContinued from Page Two.)
Tht- statement of the Mail and Empire with regard iu the ownership or
intei-.-.: of Mr. Adamson in these
lands is a base fabrication, a deliber-
The statement of the M.uil and Eni-
that Mr. Pugsley was minister of pub-
lie works., and it was his business to
tell the people what he proposed iu
do. In the case of Mr. t-'oster, ne is a
private person, with no authority to
speak tor anyone but himself, so that
in ins case it wa.s open and flagrant
bribery.
Provincial Interference.
Then again much has been said
about Federal interference in provincial politics. Therefore it is astonishing to find Mr. Borden announcing
lhat he will shortly iour the Douiiuiou
plre lhat thi   government sold    these in company with the premiers of Brit-
landB at a price far below their value. Uj, Columbia, New Brunswick and On
and that they were lands regarded as
desirable by the settler is disposed of
by the fact iba: th.- settler passed
them ove: and Mr. Osier's company
refused to accept iht.ui from the government as a bonus.
If it was wrong for the Saskatchewan Valley Land company to ac.;uire
these lands at $1 an acre with settlement condiiions attached, was it
wrong for Mr. Osier's company to demand better lands than these, without
settlement conditions attached, free
of al) cost ?
Only Did   His  Duty.
Hon. .Mr. Graham went through the
system of canals recently in company
with his excellency the governor-general, and, as was perfectly natural, Mr.
Graham was asked the policy of the
government, with regard to the completion of the canal. He properly answered that the canal would be com
tario. To some people it seems an
impertinence for these men to leave
their own provinces and presume to
tell the people of other provinc.s
which party they should support in
the Dominion elections. Mr. Borden
is very inconsistent in this matter,
and the people will resent this unwarranted interference at the polls.
Only Produce One Side.
Mr. Borden ln Nova Scotia is telling
i the people that the expenditure ls too
high, and calls attention to the expenditure in 1H96 and today. Strange
to say, neither he nor the Conservative press explain that the business
done is greater, the Tevenuc greater,
the prosperity greater, that everything
is greater since 1S96, except the Conservative party.
Before the election, Mr. Foster will
be confronted with men who will dispose of his    mendacious    statements
.... ..a..      ._   KUTO     "a      a..., __-.-.__.,	
pleted as quickly   as   possible.   The j an(j s|j0V the people the kind of man
who undertakes to put   himself   forward as a censor of public men.
The so-called scandals will be dealt
with and the Inaccuracies and falsehoods of the opposition will be exposed.
Their Record Condemn* Them.
The men who want to govern Canada will be M-ougbt face to face with
their record, and the people will be
invited to judge between the had record and unreasonable promises of the
Conservatives in this seek to establish the fact that a bribe was offered
to the people of Ontario for votes.
Foster Offers Bribe.
Leaving ;his phase of the subject to
all right-minded men, let us turn to
anoihrr  asuect  of  it.    Recently  Mr.
j Foster was on a campaign tour
through Prince Edward Island, and
there we find him telling the people
I that if elected to power it will be his
ihobby to build the tunnel. ._... ___ __..
In order words, Mr. Foster offers as' one, and the clean record and per-
a bribe to the people of Prince Ed-; formances of the other.
ward Island a tunnel if they will vote! The Liberal party is ready and will-
for the Conservatives. Of course no jing to challenge a public verdict up-
man who knows Mr. Foster will place on a brilliant record of twelve years'
the slightest weight upon his words, | faithful service to the people, and
but lt goes to illustrate the character' when both parties have been heard,
of the man. Quite recently he made there can be but one result, and that
a violent attack upon Hon. Mr. Pugs- is that gold government, exact per-
ley for promising that cert,ain dredg- formance of pre-election pledges, and
ing operations should be carried on tn honest, progressive administration
New Brunswick, and tried to make it will entitle the government ol Sir
appear that this was done to bribe the | ���Wilfrid Laurier to another period of
constituency,     forgetting     altogether  public confidence.
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[ HOW FEW THINK JUSTLY OF
THE THINKING FEW. HOW MANY *
NEVER THINK AT ALL, WHO
11 THINK THEY
There are three-fourth of the human race who need arousing
and being shocked into a self-consciousness ot strength and ability,
confid.-nce and determination, not only in facing the question of
..business and success, but.in all other problems in life. The man
who gives such people some of his own positive, optimistic personality is giving them strength and life itself, converting millions and
millions of brain centres, lying dormant and unused, into action and
increased function.
Tin- trouble is that the majority of people do nol recognize their
[lowers, abilities and trends and have no confidence in the latent potentialities dormant and unused within them. A new self-consciousness needs to be awakened: they need to be aroused from a torpor
of menial loafing.
if your life lias been full ot upB and downs; if you have failed
in your undertakings; if life has meant nothing but a continual
grind, wiiii no betterment, no progress, no up-Uft, It everything
- ��� ;ns to -ii. wrong, then it is time for you to know the reason why
au,l remedy. All of us ;i;e mur,. or less governed by our own view
point und our own narrow little circle, desires, ambitions, und efforts, consequently we miss ih . Issues that do not come within our
range und with thai some <>t life's greatest possibilities. Look
ahotii you and see in..\ many really capable men are tied to the
bilghi of iliiims mediocre with nothing better in view than a con-
tlnuul grind, Micawber-llke wai;.;���- f0r something to turn up. Mr.
St, Albans is particularly lined ,,, i,,..|, just such men. His experience with men and means is an extensive one and his methods are
above-board and sincere. He makes no claims to supernatural powers, or any of the jugglery ot 8p_<>alled fori uu.-telling, his mode of
procedure Is based on a scienti-.c principle and the result is certain.
In giving readings it is not his aim to cajole you with entertaining
tales of impossible Buccess, bui m glve you truthful nnd accurate
advice, no matter whether it pleases or displeases you; the Truth
is   the   thing.
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THE "SWING" OF VICTORY.
We are told by Conservative politicians and Conservative newspapers
hal all is bright with their party.
thai they st anil to make substantial
gains the Dominion over, that "the
Bwlng  of  victory   is in the air." aud
that in Nova Scotia especially the
Conservatives are going to cut a wide
swath.
v.-; when it comes down to a careful examination of the Conservative
claims, 'now .as;, is ii to discover the
Minis-, i.asis upon which they are
constructed. Take Nova Scotia as an
. i'i". in .me column the Montreal
' tto predicts thai the Conserva-
-i- - will carry nine oui of the eight -
.-in sea:.;; in another column H makes]
the following frank  admission  ofthe
i
irtie situation: ���
"There is one thing, however, that-
must be attended to by several of the
Conservative   candidates     who   have
been  in the fi.-li! for weeks and even
months past.   Their want, of energyis
appalling,    instead of being  in  their
counties they are quietly aiiending to
their  professional  or other duties In
Halifax   .ii- elsewhere,    Your   correspondent knows of two cases where the
men   v. en-   placed   In  nomination  sev-
eral months ,:igo, yel up to the presenl
ibey   have  made no  move  to get  iu
touch with their electors. There is no
reason   why   the   Conservative   party
should   not   carry   a   majority   of   the
Beats  al  the coming general election,
-iiii  they wil] probably lose more ihan
one constituency owing to the negligence of lln- men who have be?n nominated.     Once  'bey   have   been   given
the  nomination, these gentlemen appear to think that a public meeting or
two <ui  the eve of polling is all that
Is ri quired to make them members of
ilu   House ol Commons.   11  will, possibly,  i.e seen  when  the ballots   are
. .i mted   thai   al   least   two   or   three
constituencies  will hai,- been throwt
awaj   on  account  ol   th
Inability   to   appreciate  the   responsi
bllitj   of their charge and   the  value
n   a  personal canvass."
Ou-   ol  ihe  fullness  of   the   heart,
mouth   speaketh.    The   writer of
...\,' Is known i . be a ke n
observer and  an  ar lent  admii-
Mr. it. I.   Borden; yei even he
.-I cognize  the  gra\ itj    .1   ; he
ii uai lo i   iu   Cova  S :ol In.
: wine   of vi    -i     13  not   verj
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' Thirty feet to me gult."
The following donations have t-cen
received so far towards the dollar
subscription collection for the Simon
Fraser centennial fund. The News
will acknowledge any sent to Exhibition .Manager, care of City Hall, and
a separate account will be opened at
one of the banks. Donations will be
welcome at once as the monument is
already ordered.
Duke of Norfolk   $9.00
Miss Praser (Hamilton)   1.00
It. E. Gosnell   1.00
E. S. Peters (Fraser Lake)    1.00
A. G.  McKay      1.00
W.   II.   Keary       1.00
O.   A.  Fraser 1.00
Simon Fraser 1.00
Judge Howay    1.00
Mrs.  Howay    1.00
A. W. McLeod 1.00
ll. L. Edmonds   1.00
\V. .1. Whiteside  1.00
Aid. Shiles    1.00
Aid.   Fader       1.00
Mrs. E, .1. Fader    ' 00
Miss A.   I. Ashley    1 00
Ml. Johnston        1 00
Mrs. J. .!. Johnston .........       ...  1.00
\v. a. Duncan , ��� ��� 1 00
T.   II.  Wilson   ..., 1.00
Aid.   Henlej     1-00
Jan.  *t.���Shore  Acres.
Jan.   li..���Theodore Lorch.
Jan   28.���Devils   Auction.
Jan.  lib.���San  Antonio.
Feb. 111.���Jane  Eyre. ���
.March   -.'..��� A   Stubborn   Cinderella.I
March 19.���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
April   _!.���Marry-in;;   Mary.
23- It* I
REID&
Wild Bulls Charge Crowd.
Lisbon, Sept. _!-.���Twenty-two bulls
escaped from the arena at Moleta
yesterday, and ran amuck through a
crowd that was assembled to witness
a bull fight. Five persons were killed.
and some twenty wounded. Troops
shol   ih"  animals  lo  death.
Wednesday, Sept. 23rd I 4-
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FLORENCE LAKE YOUNG JFor the p,ast few weeks ^ have!
%        been busv oneniny nn ^_.     I
Lacrosse  in   Paris.
Ottawa,   Ont.,  Sept.   22.���The  Canadian Olympic lacrosse team will sail
In  the   Musical  Farce     '
Comedy,
"A Good Fellow"
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marking New Fall
Goods
A Screaming Story of
Complications
lacrosse team will sail | ,       , , ! A.
,-���,. England October 2. and besides The best comedy entertain-; $
pla.vtng ther,' will go to Paris for a
game. Olympic lacrosse games will
be  played   October   20  and   2 1.
ment on the road.
Prices 25c to $1.00
Get the Habit
A Good Time
OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS,
S ipt.   2 :. ���   _   Good   Fello ���.
Sept. 2...   Isle pi Spi. ���-.
S    t. 28--       ��� he  Pixies
s-.-pi. 30- S. 11. .**��� conce
Oct l ���Kulii and Dill.
Oct. 8.���Knight   for a  Da
Oct. 14- -Flaming Arrow.
Oct.  1,"..���Honeymooners.
Oct.   Hi.���The Jefferson   Boys
Oct.   27.���Holy   City.
Oct. 29.���Just Out of Colleg.
Nov.   I.Too Proud to Beg.
Nov.  13.���Montana  Llmite
N'ov,  IS.���-Hip  Hip Hooray.
Nov.   20.���Willard   Mack.
Nov. 26���The New Dominion.
Dec. 1.���Fun on Broadway.
Dec.  2.���The  Lion aud the Mouse,
Dec.   3.���Little  Johnny   Jones,
Dec. 9,���Arizona.
Dec.   16.���Why  Girls   Leave Home.
Dec.  21.���50  Miles From   Bo ton
Dec.   24.���Babes   In  Toy land.
Dec. 25.���Sandy  Bottom.
Dec.   29.���The   Great   l.ii.id  .
Dec.   30.���Florence  Robert
Jan.  .".--Her   First   Fall ���    SI
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for a  II tie  house-cleaning  i    ���{-���
jus:     before   the   exhibition.
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Are you doing any? Mr. it
s. Hutchinson, our represent
atlve.will call on you in a i ���������
lays to demonstrate our
long-handled wall duste
a great invention io g
that dust im the picture
moulding, base boards, et. I ��
and the cobwebs from th ��il.
c dling coriiers. He will also v
show you the new patent '*"
skirt beater, whicli is a mar
for extracting dust.
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for   decorating  dresses,   etc.,   for ���}���
the    "Pixies''   has   come,   to   hand, j *
Have you got yours'.'    Only a Um-  T
Ited quantity at present. ���     L��
���THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
UUK WORK SATISFIES
(IUK PKICtS ARE RIGHT
Kates on work of an;, des-
. ription Of quantll ;��� quoted
on appllc ition.
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i JFor Fall  and  Winter  1908-9 are?
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:-: tnow ready for your inspection,?
% i Every coat shows style, grace andf
| t quality���all that good  taste cant
Jackson & Morrison 14 require.
Daily  News  Block. .      T
Now Westminster. Phone 3SS     JL      ',
Today's      Special���"Dancing     Girl"
brand   Crepe   Tissue,   today   only    10c   <L.yt<4..t..I_.t.._.._. .M-.T��._-.T.*'4.'-��4->��
per   roll.
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The Fair
240 Columbia Street
New Westminster
Tcmorrow's    Special���Clothes    Pins.
3  doz.   for  oc.
We Buy for Cash rind Sell lor 111.. sii!.ii.
Choice Mea's at
Central Meat Market
Corner F.ighth St.  ind    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   370.
BOWELL &  ODDY.  Proprietor!.
ft is not every man who cares to invest a very
T    large sum of  money  in a Suit or Overcoat, fj
T al
f Fi r the man who gives his clothing hard service $
���!��� and yet wants style, lit and durabilit;   il a mod- IJ
y. erate cost, we have lines of Suits,  Raincoats t]
T and Overcoats at j
i$10, $12.50, $15 and$m
been  throw n j mmm *g^pyg*^ex^wm*j^yp*i^^pmj^^px^^p*if^ '^$^F'?rtf~Tf*IS*m?<rif*7/m1P7/~!>   "^-"**-'���' fTi   ���'���
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"A  &EN8IBLE   LESSENING  OF THE VV
BURDEN   ON   FARMERS.*' ?Yj
'l bu '"in...   - i.   ul  L'orouto, a ni si P/j
' :   lv.   fai uiei ���   ] apei.  a  sol     Ij v*5j
inclt pcrnli nl   in   palii       ana      a mi .. %$&
anil   an levi ning  In   i  .  advocacy    ol TQ
!:"'l- '���' i   tarifl   taxati .11,   dei lared   In V*4     ^^
Its Issue of December 5, maii,  that   ' j*2     tb3*50
..   ti   on   the   who e P(\
,    iclor,      Sal 1   thi    \'.  ���-..]
"H hen tn       and   iggr.   ate la ma :
and the nei   dutl 1  h .u eli
liu      an.l    1111,111 in   ill       CV/'j
conipared ���   who .-  with      ���   OJI
be   fO .11 I     v.,    ;:..,;.. fVJ
111   ���    Ih  a   eon in-;   In  ' lie       2
'..     ap      -urrueia.    Thla \Jtjl
cularl    true cn  thi   Noi th\ '/il
���: in 1 hat   ���   '..' ii ..I' iin- D uuin ^-^2
MU. ".,in.-   -i   he    1 -  thai  the coun fO
.1.   ,bei���   la ,'i  in-.i.    _i ol    '-! 11 ni a tf*^i
tin   ' nplenienl bill la rei ttlvol    la -.' 1 \ff��
.'   li   la In  other si ctlons ol   Can LVJ
in.    fact   tii tl   the .-   is  a  de-' p^
.   ,11  all  In  \i.'u  ol  ih ��� Btrenu laS
efforts to s'tiii,. an all round in- \r*JL
( 1.1 ... Is cause for sincere gratiflca- fXS
Hon,    Tho  proiesi    begun  bj   tin   un-  5��J��2
01  . mi.a   1   f.ir r     ol   Queill .'.   in II I ��� I   JjW|
Stellui       trengthune 1   by the fjj
i,, 1           orgauiz. .1   farmers  of  Ontu y^j
rio  ..     ropn     1 ������ 1   bj   Hi.    Farrae 1 ��Ca
ai      I,it on  ..a I     1 mi e,  aad  suppori ��� yj
oil 1-.                            I trrners' organ i*jn
i/,.n ..11.   of the '..         li. ������ li 1 I  Its ef- | pfil
1',.1-t,    The course id   ''���. --1 ���' ��� "��� "ble - J/M
had   for   a   I'ev      e-'.ir.-   Li   11     teadll ��� ' fvj
Londli     toward    Dlngloyl in   h is    - u pRS
turni     lu the othi     lir   tlou.    II    iu 1*%A
,   ,r   ni ipruclt:   111.1  11 .   ���   In   the  Oj
Inli rm dlate tarifl  proves .. 1 - ffec Ivb Spi
,,s hope 1 for, :ln- tu n will I. - all thi jji��J|
ori03
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Just compare our Women s Shoes at 'pS.OO and
witn snoes you 11 rind elsewhere at tne same
<��� tnat s all we ask.
We are showing  a   full   range o ^h-clas.  J
tailored Suits. Raincoats and Ovi     i I   ii th   :'
Fashion Craft brand at ���:���
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Let us show you their supremacy and \
workmanship.   A visit, to our sti l* - w -!���
your conception of good clothi s, a ?
us to have  vou  know them ;.;- re .-��� i
LU f From our stock of men's clothing we ha         :tedlWJ
Hi J suits which we have placed on sale at $6.           "���'���>���'.
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8$f t     Lines rangi ig (v<>n, $8.00 to $10.        ��r $6.95 |
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m ���:��� 100 Hoys' Suits to be sbld at greatly reduced �������*"���{
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Lines ranging from $12.50 to $16.00 tor $3-95 J
0 Bo> -' Suits to be sbld at greatly reduced
M t These have been selected from our regular stock,*
K"! ? and we can recommend them to anyone looking for J
If oui $3.00 ami $3.so Shie   ui    n ��1 the besl for the money thai
ever covered a fool we don     Inderal ind the Bhoo  buslnes
Call      !i     ire i   idj  ami w   - ��� now showing all the ne     ind coi
reel   mo li I
fft 1* ��ern**-ine bargains.
bi
���neytha,     fti \* |
sa     The    &V*   ���!���
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-\sk for our Hlin-i' i
It's a   -  iut;
aeal lop, Dongol i Kid Sho   t n $3 00.
The Clothiers}
���   PHONE 442 J
8^*1  .j..i..M"I"M"M' ���i*"����:"i-'I"I"I"t"H*' ���H-W-^'-W-'^v *j**j^^rrrrr^
YES;
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We Have a Telephone
ftj;,:iMt
Our $3.50 Goodyeai   welt.ej  VIcI   Kid  Shoes are   equal    to    the
a..11". Itj  of other  in ikes at $4.50.
The Baine api        I i out ladles   $3.50 Velour   c.iif.    Goodyear
wolte l Blui ii . . a.  Boots,
We are Bhowln -, range ol ladles' iili-'li cul Patent Leather
Boots, heavj   .'.i,|  I tl  $3.50 a pair.
We wain ever;   woman who  is   Interested   In   moderate   priced
i ��� to make this her shoe headquarters,
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quantity or size   ol
chestnut, stove i r l��f
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easy-hurnlog
have you call. <,; :
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'phone
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tfj.Newsome&Sons,   J.   HEMLb1
Painters and  Decorators
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due  .'.l r.   l-'i. Idlng and  li
mi ti ml nl i li Idlng to t he conce itra
��� ���'I  [in s. in-.- <>f the selfish  few, lieu
li.-.   iaili r beeu given bj them to tin
nc.1  .1, iii   soultered masses."
ew Westminster, B. C.    PR
morn declsli       Not a little credll ._,_ .
Hi.- din-.-.t       ��� '��� m    Sit,n of Ihf big Electric isoot.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^ _^^
Is eolleaguea   IJJ feftjl Estimates on All Work G.ven
LU THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOU8E   IN   D. C. ��H!
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1**41399 Sixth Avenue
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NewWestminsterl     new west
Mineral Waters, Be
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Family trade a sPcrJ*n*      f..*-
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M INST.:'*������ w��0���;v>,.   ��W.23.��08
T. H. SMITH    THE CASH STORES
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?LSPLAY   OF
JEi'derdown Quilts
shipment of these arrived last
L - and we have them on dis-
- week* The variety is par-
|j���'_':..������   comprehensive,   and the
r" ���"-..-.  ��� also very moderate.
. ses 55.95 to $18.50
jClTY NdWSI !
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\ Regulai $2,766* $2.25
\   Regi ... $4.50 for     $3.25
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. fringed 104 size, good;
leg . ~  quality. This week for LOO
Extra Special in flannelettes
plat 15( Yard at 8 Yards for 1.00
���inch, Crean:. White and  Pink.
toft       ���: quality. Imported Dutch
ette,     At 8 yards for SI.00
pal Display of Dress Goods 5
*0 Broadciolh for $1.50 Yard
and all colors, 52-inch wide
V unspottable broadcloth
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HOME OF THE HAT BEAUTIFUL
Headquarters    for   Women's   Ready-lo-Wcar
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Pwer Fraser River IMPORTANT
fa nt and Pass-
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When You Are Sick
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Th .i   ,..ii  should  Imvi* Ihn   , ��� i.   b<
attention.    Now, wo are nol  doct.
��� i,,  , IVini     ���' ilni I - It. que illoti   i lu
, |f|   ii ,,i  . toppi 'i  the i ""'���"'^    of
!���   i   | i     ..in : . , nn lahd al Poi I M '    and Knon
���i,,,,   ,.,,   hiul    liiM-i      ���     ni           rati' ��� I time.   foi   damages   "��Ing
j   ���        ng tn the vii  lm   ���"  ">  I illure  to  complete  hla  eohl	
.    , ,,    din ni n i i 11! with Ihe C r  R    141b ;'-'""' m. - bi
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naillier do */i piolosa :.. he if nol
our li islnc ��� i" i'i '---.'i lhe, wa piefei
le tin oui doctor do lhat, VN bi ro
wc come In la when you  wanl    tin-
month      Mi    i - tu h
i ,n    worl. al thte   '   '
will        ort (i
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i ,     n,    -.it!- lateil     -      :1' ha I   a  fall   quanl i     ol   frelfili
in j  of lhe Bui -       i inled no p i     n        until ���
, rlptlon filled, through thii chnn        i -   '��� ' '   '"    '' ��� ' pi ;" '       '   ' ,'illi""'
nal wo  iperate to bring   aboul    ..    ��� ���-       -      ";    n'( h   I        ������    -'���   recel ;" ���   greal  eu
run..   Oui    dutj    i- plalnlj   to    ijtvi -    ''"'     fi i   "'"   	
ou   ������ ii tl    whai   thi   docto    onl ���       ���  ,. :   '       '    '" '   ' -    '"i',;"     '"'   '     '
and ,,i tha 11 il quality, thl       wlmr. ���    m   '-        '��� '      ""'" v" """
the honor  ie dm   di     i te tnd ' exhl .Ulon     , i ...       fhe '     pai
|To pui it mildly, lhe druggl i who i ' "" '
nol how al  with    tho   tl k i i   b   h
Brace to th       >      ..."    We wanl to
ini your ni .     .ri   rrlptlon  no mattei	
ivhal doctor . rttc . It, and we plwlfi    	
mn- honor thai you wlll gi     ���    i"'1
Hurrah I
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i��n th.   tl        ������'  umbla  '-1--1 trie I ompatiy.
ton    Tue  la
ilea] ai to correctness,   tjtinlll
l rice       Wi-    liiive    hi'On    '    '
ii      ' re i'n oo    ears In   ttsinos   here and arc wlll'.n
to be |uri ������ -i !''   pur recoi I
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KSLEY'S     : IPP'   "
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DRUG   STORE
NEW   WE9TMIN9TE*
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i'->f!EP.Y   STORE.
;'GAR DIVAN, and  |
f.rf    can :;lvr. .vou better ralue   <>n
stHsetMlei tli.m othors.    We maUe a
W. 1. Sparta
LATE   WITH   J.  A.   LEE
, -I, announce thai    Its   Is
, ,.v  rea ly    to    unde ;.<
��� i, p| ,..���  ,'i',..i:<i.-:-ii.-'.. i te., etc.,
ai the lowest pritji b, Bavlng by
j    (ji..(.,-i    work    th-e   middleman':-
pro lit.
cos-   Corners B specialty.
\u comiaunicsitlOB* a-ddfiri
W. J. Sparkman,
Cor. Sixth ,-ind Cariurvon Sto.
will meet with tmmc-ll >'..��� at-
tuntlon.
Mt hough  nn  formal announcement
yt i   been   made,  it   is  currently
I reported   thai   this   Km-lnl   Democrats
, will place :i .������indid-ili. in lhe Held for
!��� scleral  honors  In this    city  at the
o alhg  .���iictimi.    -I't-i.  name ol the
��� !. rd   bearer   1ms  not   been men-
i 11  i  nui.iii'ly, but it is understood
' thnt  he will  be one of   tlie several
'.*    v. 1k.  have   been   preaching
tho <!,���( ti-iiu-.-i ui Socialism on Colum-
l    ''i   on Saturday evenings  tor
; ��� ���'.'.' \ eeks ] -i it.   The number oi Social Democratg in this city is bo small
thai  ii la not considered likely thai
' the pr  ian f their candidate In the
I race woujd have any bearing on the
- h -I"- b ol the nominees pt the Liberal and Conservative parties, An *���::
iinnoiiiuM ment ns to whether the Labor men will ro:it.i-st t'l!'.-, seal or not
exj'e.t-u-d this  week
Everyortl   lovus  a   good race  horsf,   bu�� did   you  ever   think
' lhe i slbll ������   of the loss of your horsa ��� her it is ���
horse oi   not,
I  nan   Insure  your  rac* hor<>e,     your     _ it?,     tr   your   work
 SCI   -ni.1!!-.   death   from  any   biUSe,    In l    reliable   Canadian
 i |    -The    British   American,     noted *-**   i*s   liberal    and
prompt payment of losses.
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are interested, call, write or phone.
If   you
ALFRED W. McLEOO
\ Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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PAGE SIX.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY.   SEPT
CHOLERA SPREADS IN     !
R USSIA AND MANILLA
RUSSIAN CAPITAL IN THE    ! HEALTH AUTHORITIES IN
GRASP OF DREAU SCOURGE |     PHILIPPINES CONFIDENT
Tender for Church
Unburied Corpses   Fill  Dead-Houses���  Fifty-eight Cases.  Nineteen  Death
Stolypin   Reprimands  the   Municipal Officers for Negligence.
Tenders are hereby called for tbe
erection (labor only) of St. Alban'S
church, Burnaby. Plans and specifications can be seen at offices of B. C.
Settler's Association, .New Westminster. Tenders to be In by six o'clock
Wednesday, Sept. 23rd Lowest or
any tender noi necessarily accepted.
P. J. PEERS,
Hon. Sec. Building Committee.
I Liberal Convention
���ynopsis    of
Canadia"    North.*
Home.tead R^u,anons
Recolrd   for   Twenty-four    Hours
Shows an  Increase.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 21.���St. Petersburg is in the grasp of Asiatic cholera, which already  exceeds in severity and numbers the visitation of 1893.
The disease is increasing daily at an
alarming rate..   The aldermanic council   today  voted   $250,000  to    enlarge
the hospital  space, to  purchase  and
distri|ute   disinfectants,  the   supply
it   which ln   St.   Petersburg   is   well
nigh exhausted,  and to expedite the
interment of bodies, which has been
notoriously   slow.    The dead   houses
iare   overcrowded   and   many   corpses
lie unbuTled.
Gen. Dracheffsky on Saturday prohibited the sale of liquor throughout
the city of St. Petersburg until September 22.
Today public schools were transformed Into hospital wards. X number of the grammar schools were
closed and four thousand students
sent to their homes. The department
of war has opened stores to supply
immediate needs, and army field
kitchens have been dispatched to the
poorer quarters to dispense free food.
-Manila, Sept. 21.���Fifty-wight new
eases of cholera and nineteen deaths
are reported for the twenty-four hours
ending at 8 o'clock this morning.
The infected areas in the city and
suburbs are spreading somewhat, but
the health authorities are still confident that they will be able to speedily gain control of the situation.
Gov. Gen. Smith has summoned a
special meeting of the members of the
Philippine commission to discuss the
plague situation and to lay plans for
an extension of the campaign now being waged again?t the disease.
Federal troops are at present guarding the sources of the city's water I
supply to prevent the throwing of any
infected matter into the water, and lt
is probable that the force thus engaged  wlll be largely reinforced.
The army transport Sheridan, which
has been detained at the harbor quarantine station at Marlveles for several days, owing to the discovery of
two cas.es of cholera aboard, has been
completely fumigated and given a
clean bill of health. The Sheridan
will sail today for Nagasaki, Japan,
on its way to San Francisco.
Important Notice
The plans, profile and estimate of
cost of the proposed permanent Improvement of Columbia street (including a main, trunk sewer, cement
sidewalks and street paving) have
been prepared and placed on view i"
the room lately occupied by the school
board, city hall, where they may be
inspected during office hours by
parties interested in this very necessary local improvement.
N. H. McQUARRIE,
Acting City Clerk
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
August 25   1908.
Tenders
NOTICE   TO   PLUMBERS.
BIG FIRE LAYS WASTE
SECTION OF CHELSEA
Blaze  Supposed  to Be of  Incendiary
Origin���Victims Being Cared For
by   People   ef  Boston,
Chelsea, Mass., Sept. 21.���The whole
section  of  Chelsea thai  escaped t^e
conflagration    ot     last   winter,   was
burning this morning.   Aid was summoned from Boston, Walden a_ud Everett and U was at first feared that
the rest of the town would be destroyed before the flames could  be checked.   The police  believe the  fire was
of incendiary origin, so quickly did lt
start.    The flames were first noticed
in the  block   bounded  by   Sixth  and
Vales streets, Everett avenue and the
Boston   and  Maine    railroad  tracks.
The whole block was soon afire and
by Si o'clock    sixteen houses and  a
large box factory and showcase works
were destroyed.    There was the wildest confusion at the box factory. Over 250 employees, who had just gone
to  work, were  compelled  to  tlee for
their lives  and their escape  was cut
off on all sides but one. by a wall of
flame.
The factory was built of w��.��d and
was soon a roaring furn_.iv ..1 tiame.
The women and meu employed are
all thought to have escaped with their
lives, but it is Impossible to learn;
whether any were lost.
There was tho greatest confusion In >
fighting the   fire.    A  fire  hos,-   burst:
early an.l two fire engines collided ou
the curl., disabling both and seriously I
handlcaplng the work of fighting the
lire,
A shin In the wind this afternoon
saved the manufacturing distric. ot
the town from destruction after thirteen acres of the alreadj devastated
town had bei n d. stroyed. The Iobs
is  estimated  ai  over 11,000,000
'l'b. tii, was broughl .'.i.iiiiii undei ' ontrol i.\ fire lighten thai had
,11 ii bi ii from Boston, Everel ��� und
Maiden, hul the ..hitting >.t thp wind
was all thai saved tne resi of th.
town from destruction.
Many people are homeless and preparations are being made to bouse
them bj  the people ot Boston,
a rigid investigation bus been sunt
ed in1., the rumor thai  the flre was
of Incendiary origin.
Tenders are called for the plumbing of the new West End school
bouse. Plans aad specifioartions
can be seen at the City Hall.
Tenders must be made on form supplied and as noted on specifications.
A cheque for 10 per cent, of value of
contract must accompany tender, the
same to be forfeited lf contractor refuses to accept contract. Tenders must
be in the hands of the secretary of
the school board not later than twleve
noon, Monday 28th of September, 1908.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretary.
A Convention will be held at New
Westminster,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 30, 1908,
(the second day of the Provincial Fair),    I
��� in the Hardman Hall, at 2 p. m., for the purpose ���
��� of nominating a candidate in the interests ot the ���
| Liberal party. J
Primary meetings are to be held between the
22nd and 30th of September.
Each district association is entitled to send
one delegate for every fifty voters.
Credentials to be signed by the president and
secretary of the different district associations, or
the chairman and secretary of primary meetings.
J. W. MacDonald, President,
W. J. Cunningham, Secretary.
i New Westminster Liberal Association.
minion laml _  m y
ewau and Albi
'tuiHoba, jsa8
''ta. excepting
'on ci U
laUttM
Auy even ruimberea Bectl
oba,
any person wiu, is llie ^  ^
family, or any male over u*4'
age. to the ext,���, ���, _u..Wa^S��
tion of 160 acres, more or,     ' *l
Application   for  entry
made in person by Un.
mii9t
Uominiuu Lands Agency
agency ��-^^^^���
land ia situate.   Knti
applicant u
ot
in which tu
.anu �� situate.   Entry ly        *
however, be made at an w'1
certain conditions b* the Mer J
er, son, daughter, b"*v '
an intending homesteader.
r��a�� or 6l% J
J
galUtataUaiMJaS-^ .
1*H"*_P*'1>^*H*">fW���WtfWVT^Ifr'-irW*w*rw'WIC'Tf WITT " mr ni '�� n  *��*  t
* " Get - Rich - Quick |
Wallingf ord "
SODA
������
���ALBRATUB
IS THE ��C6T.
C.W.QILLETT sfrwz
TOR ONTO. ONT.
City Voters' List
A Story of Promotion.
PRICE
For Pleasure and Profit. |
I
$1.25 J
I J. J. MacKay & Co. |
j Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers I
tv       ADVERTISE       "*��
��� IN ���
THE      OAILV      NEWS
SOCIETIES.
I. 0. O. F.���AMITY LODOE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
tre held in Oddfellews' hall. Colum-
bla atreet, every Monday evening,
at !_ o'clock.
<_. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street
SOURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month  at  8  o'clock,  in  the  small
l>all, Oddfellows' block.
A Prop in Prices
I Smith's Sodas - 25c per tin
Preserving Peaches, $1 crate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals, $1.35 doz
Jelly Jars, - - 50c doz
See those 10-piece Toilet Sets
 we are selling at $2.75
TTjf"  ADAMS & DEANS
Wanted . p,^ 9? GROCERS        Prompt Delivery
Notice is hereby given that the!
voters' list for the year 1908 has been
completed, and that the same may be
seen at this office for thirty days
from the date hereof; and any person
who shall claim to be added to the
said Voters' List, or any elector who
shall desire to have any name erased
therefrom, must prefer his or her request ln writing, signed with his or
her name, and shall deliver or cause
same to be delivered, to the City Clerk
within the time hereinbefore specified.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, City Hall, New
Westminster, Sept. 4, 1908.
Tte homesteader l. rejuirea      I
i form the homestead Jutie, ^^l
of the following plans��� '
j    (J)   At least six mmt ^
I npon  and  cultivation et the 1^1
each year for three years.
(2) A toine.-neaOfr may |t w,
'desires, perforin tue   required J|
dence  duties  by living on
(land owned  solely  bv hlm. m^
than eighty  (80) acres in ^Ji
. the vicinity of his homestead.
'.ownership In land will not mem
requirement.
(3) If the father (or mother,||(
j father la deceased) of a homeitei
. nas permanent residence on
', land owned solely by hlm, ut |
than eighty (80) acres in extem
| the vicinity of the homestead, or(
I on a homestead entered tot ty \
; In the vicinity, such homesteaden.
I perform his own residence dutiesk,
. living with the father (or motto).
(4) Tne term "vicinity" lnlfc|
| preceding  paragraphs Is deflat i
meaning not more ���_*.-., nine mj
la direct line, exclusive o' thei
'of road  allowances crowed   _
i measurement ^^^^~
(5) A   horaesteadei ln.ena.tj
I perform   his  residence duties it i
i cordance with the ahove while W
''with parents or on farming lui <
ied by himself mu-st Dotify :_*��._]
' for the district of such InteiOn,
81x months' notice ln writing o_|
be given to the Commissioner nf I
I minion Lands at Ottawa, of Imad
to apply for patent
W. W. TORY
" ' Deputy of the Minister o' the luetk
jj_   j)_���t^nautnorizea fjhllcattalj
I this   advertiserafnt  will not _t |
,for.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS^
FRATERNAL ORbER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at .S p, in.. In the Eagles'
hall, Columbia street, a. Clark,
\V.   Pros.;   II. Schofleld, Secretary.
To accommodate all the guests who
will visit the city during Exhibition
time, it ls desired that all householders prepared to offer accommodation
at reasonable rates will leave their
addresses with Kw.lar.i Hoult, billeting agent, at the City hall, where all
Information  can   be  obtained.
ALEX,   GARRETT,
Chairman of Billeting Committee
SPICY!
THE ROYAL TEP/II-'LARS OF TEM
PENANCE meet "very Wednesday
nt S o'clock p, n... in Oddfellows'
hail, Columbia ���' reet,
30N3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���.Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. hall. " Cluef \v. Sutherland.
Notice
i". O. llox 474.       Tel. 53.       Res. 42��
Estimates  Submitted.
..vv estminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID, Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,  hrnces,   Crest-
logs, Balcony Railings, and
Flre   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITH.NG
Office and Works:
Tenth Sire !t,   ���   NewWestminster
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Looge, No. 3
���Meets In Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday evening j
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome, (i. E. Gilley,
N, O.; C. E. Osborne, P. G-, record-
Ing secretary*.
 . ,|
ROSE  OF COLUMBIA    LODGE    No. j
115,  SONS OF  ENGLAND,  B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and j
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, fi/iiumbla St., at j
8 p. m��� White Ros^ Degree, Fourth j
Wednesday    in    each month, same
time an.l place. |
_________________________________________������������
OTHER    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
K. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
NO. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.,
No. U60; I.. 0. I... No, 1693; Court
Bapperton, No. 4083, I. 0. F.; C. 0.
F., ('.inn Westminster, No. ;Mn:
Brotherhood ..r Ow's, Nest Nn. 29;
Noi lee .   h. reby given thut   lie Vancouvei   Power company,  Limited, haa
this day deposited in the Land KeglB-
trj   Offlci   ai   the City ol  N'. w  We h
iniii.-n.i-,   British   Columbia,   the   plan!1
and   i.uoia   of   reference   of   the   West-
iiiiiist.'i'-Chiili.vaek Railway Extension |
from a polnl at or near lols one nml
two,  city blocl.  four In  the  City  of i
New Westminster, to Abbotsford pa.--s-1
ing through    the    Municipalities    ofl
Surrey,  Delta,   Langley,   Matsqui   and
the  townsite  ol  Abbotsford  in    the i j
District  of  New   Westminster,   lielng!
section  one, two  and  three of said
railway, as shown on the sai.l plan and
approved and sanctioned by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
the Province of British Columbia,
Dated this Tth tiny of August, A. D.
tons.
A. K. HECK.
Solicitor  for the Vancouver Power!
Conipany   Liuiile.l.
tr        ADVKUT.Sk       -M
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
i lf  You've FOl'ND Anything.
Pure Spices in  1-4 lb. pkgs.
Guaranteed
full strength and weight. Money returned if not better than any you have
Ryall's Drug Store
WE  MEAN   IT
,    BOOKING TO   AND  FROM Jffl
POINTS   IN   THE  OLD CO.NT
'can be arranged at this C.-J
FICE
I    Next   sailings   of  tie BfflJ*
j Sept. 4 and l'i. ���	
For other dates and piltaWj
apply to _,_.
v ED GOCLtf.
C. P. Ii-��
WHEN GOING EAST
j ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND V01 fl
"THE NORTHWESTERN ifl
At
Minneapolis, St. Ml
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF Wl*.t
THE    NORTH-WESTER". ��
Embodies the newert^^jgjl
for COMFORl
and LUXURY,
both  electricity  and
brilliantly   'll*"1""'11'   .. con
The   eiiinpn-1-1"
CONVt-*1
1. is Hi       ,,
gas; tfc-r c(!!|
train
irld.
i
FLO.UR
and FEED
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
wc    ^	
private   compa
16 jection sleepers,
car, reclining chair
'modern   day  coa
n5*SL",aR*!r,
further information ca
ch�� ^^''   '
afll
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F. W. PARKER
GEM.,
720 Second Atenoe.
GENERA'       WJ
eo sgb
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New WettmltiBter.
Telephone 333. I ���,,    SEPT.   23.   W
THE DAILY KIWS.
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Deichenbac
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and    RETAIL
pUTCHERSJ
____
TT'CHINESt DEFRAUD
'''A0 WNADIANGOVERNMENl
i Celestials from Mexico City
WINDSOR SALT ii .
Canadian salt - guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantee* the purity of imported
will. Insia on having WINDSOR
SALT. i��5 m
^^^h   Follow directions    ^_^^^^_
with Sunlight Soap and know ho tly a pure soap
cam        imply because it IS pui :onta_ns nothing
that will injure the fim 2
Use It ______���______________________________________���
The
SunlirihtWay      Otawa, Sepi .    irdlng to Mr
K.  r.  1 i'n : - loner  of  Chi
Enter   Montreal   Under
False Pretences.
i Five Cents A Bar
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found I
1 lor Sale ���:- To Rent -:- tte. f
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RANK
!' .      .   .     W   II.1.   1.      L'UUiUliaOlUUCI      wl     a.iii-
inese  Immig  ttlon   the   Dominion has TO RENT���Two furnished bedrooms,
'^      en defraud.       i   b0 extent of ?150,-      near library.     \.pplj    287    Victoria
 b;  Chine ,-lng al Hallfaxand     street, before 9 a.m. or after 5 p.m.
Montreal  tron i Cltyln ~���
sion of certil Igned bj  I -  Chi TO LET-Two furnished rooms.    A   -
nese legation a    Vlexli i Cil i pl>   "J."   "*lis  ",^"','���      	
Ing thi ��� inta who were en-
tied I lT0   RBNT-A   furnished   room,  witb
COLUMBIA
STREET
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^^^^^^^^^i.S'_'Ahl.:_.!'.En  ���
CAPiTAa. ��14,400,OCO.CK'
RESERVE       ��11,000,000.00
J^nes ' Canada aud New ��� ,u;,\   in   London,   England,    ��� ^b^^,,.
\lt.��   . Chicago ami  BpoKane, TLB.A., and Mexico City.     A Hen-    * ��  ?% ��
era Business Transac .ju. 2
|,..rs ,.   credit Issued, available witb correspondents in all Dartu of the   9
fev.ngt Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards
and interest allowed ai 3 per cent, per annum  (present?rate)  adse<i
Ul Asiets orer $168,000,000.00. O        BooT :,n'! '���>rics by Allen Loire and G.-.v-ge 1
v;v   WESTMINSTER BRAN! H G. D. BRYMNEK. Msn.i.-    ^   !,,<*(1 and amplified by Frederick Riinl.in. .-    "Happy-land,"
 i   "The Gingerbread Man," etc.   Music by  Pa ndlei    and   Ben
^^^^    THE   SEASON'S   EVENT  ^^^^^^
H.  H- FRAZEE'S PIQUANT  MUSICAL   MIXTURE
lea 1 ,- maaa.
Wl,,; ason opened ai   i or without   breakfast.    Apply "W,'
���!i similar >-: -:-\-      P'  ��*  Box   '"
cat.     i ' ���        .   irrlve   &���
[nvi tlon showed  thai   fraud
i been ���,nil.   . st. n iv,. and a num-
ol   ' :i made -	
: th     El Ier   Dei i poR    S gentle    drl    ig
���Bon Ived   -    Montreal   _���! y, ���   ,   0ne  mile ln  2
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 ..tr ��� ,  avenue;     p
rea -  i ind  terms fa-...    Al   <
ts a [joining,  nearly  cl i
Apply ' ������                  "ii the premises
HIGH WINDS FAN
rORCST IB IN [AST
I
|lSLE    OP   SPSCE0
* '      T���'��� -��� *"���� T.r,i-._ nnrl Georee E. Stoddard.   Elabor-  q
5 Condition More Threatening   ^
o Than   for   Three   Weeks ������-
* WANlb
% Past.                                                  house.
WANTED���Japanese    ooy    atten
school wants work with ^ood fam.l. .
unders n      i   oklng;  wages,   .
'. O. Box 545, City.
WANTED���Japanese Doy or   girl
housework,    daily.    Hardwk-k,    St.
Andrewe street.
DOIN'T
-   -ill  to-morrow what you can do to-da ,
ma>   be made or v.i hdrawn by either of the
. ambers or" a household.    This   to n   of account   Is
clallj   suitable for  thos.   living   In the  country,    as
member can attend to the banking when in town
-,���  ol  death, the monej  maj  be withdrawn bj  thi
without   delaj or cosi     Write oi call tor turthei
ilars
INTEREST   ADDED   FOUR  TIMES   A  YEAR.
S.. lng!   Banks la    e    medium    and  s -
aished on       li    I i m,
Banking Business Conducted.    Collections .ire
.ind   Satisfactorily   M---.de.
Jerome.
Twenty   Song   Hits and Uniq -e   Dances     The   Peer  of all   Musical
Comedies.    The  Original   Produ;tion  C��mp-ny  of   Sixty   People.
AMERICAN    BEAUTY   CHORUS.
Positive^     the    Greatest,    Prettiest.    Singing.    Acting    and    Dancing   ^
Chorus   Ever  Organized. Q
ENTIRE   PRODUCTION n
"aGED HANDSOMELY  GOWNED
_^-______   ACTED PERFECTLY   PRESENTED
'���r Prices $1.50, $1.00. 75c  and 50c.    Seats on Sale Seot. 22.
'6*2*^*o*z-*o*o-,^o*o*o*o*o*oo*o*z*z*o*z>*OD*o*o*-y>o*o*o
i
'     '     '*-T?;- ;;;";r \ n   WANTED-Ladyllke young person to,
fires In southed Michigan fan-   ^ - >-     h ^ student al  Ool
.    > ...      cotton on     ; ;>��  -- ^   ; mM  .,
T6      '".        accede.   P. o. Box 667. City.
T!l   H e ii'in        velocity ahput
FOR   SAI* ��� Motor    munch;    well-
found and fast; seats fourteen passengers.    Apply to Motor , 3ox   M.,
New Westminster.
O
���   RICHLY STA.
8   CLEVERLY  P
���,). Niagara nnd' Loree, and ln the
vicinity   ol   Norway.   Rockland     and i
Ma     CH     an i the situation is crlti-l
Tralns throuSn '���'    "''     '    mti i'1'   WANTfifrX. or three unfurnished
-i::> -"*:"'   ���   "���'"������-     '   Bee      ;,, .    -    ,     mod rate;    nea!
'*''>  in'" - Apply Posl Ol
II!-.      . . "   ......
r- ���; ii ���'. M s0min      Botl -     Box 7;
are   thronged   with'   peoi.le   who   hav-
  ,:;:.;"     s -;;< - i�� -"-. -, ��
^^^i*y^*y*y^^^
t ^^ _    ._a_.__^.^,    Ef��ag^.ir    Si    The numb,     0      ifugees  who a,e     t.on booth at Provincial
==   The
ROYAL BANK ^ CAN AD A
AUCTION C
���
Res*rtM
200,000
Incorporated
^^^^^^^      $47 $0*0,000
IANKING B". M _      '     - EClALTY,
DO IT NOW���DON'T DELAY,
I MINSTER Ir..-,--,. H.
��� Groceries, Fixtures, etc., saved from the earl        ��.-  *
2 ine (ire at the store of the late C. H. Dyn<  . $
Sapperton, will be sold by
tntly arrivi                 -   -  to tax     give  reliable   Information    to  en
10    ai cot.                          hotels   and      .,,;,,; s,                        letter onl    -
v  iod| .ii"  houi es.                                            . ,
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This Date in History
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr-
���
��� *
t PUBLIC AUCTION G^ WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, j
* C,yr.^n -i ___.-,_-> in iv :.t '?. 1"). lil. a
In Han >
COAL
ennsylvania
lacksmitW V-i ^S -nk-LJ Wes,mina,er
best quality Transf cr Co
BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
(i-_i      mr,
P, O. Box  345
ll STREET, fOOT CF SIXTH.
Commencing at 2 p. m.
_____! J. TRAVERS, Auctioneer   I
% Everything goes under the hammer.
SEPT.   23
itere i  i
B
Dudley, on. -
AGENCY Under new management
2G6 Columbia str< et, Phone 366, P.O.
box SOT. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free oE
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordo
street west, Phone A 27".o. Vancouver, B. C.
'���������.-. on. <.i the ea
"      v iachusens Japanese Emptoyment Agency
a Roxburj     Died then   ** ���  '-���' 3
i      LJYT5J.JT Wi...b   ^,-^	
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1.
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
���Phone   105.
Office 'Phone 18_>.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any  part ot the city.
SENDING   NAVIGATION
AIDS   THROUGH    STRAITS
New  Vork,  Sepi   22.   *^:x tiny   yes
sels ..lu.- ��� mission i. will be to warn
marinei a  .-f  the  Pacific ql  rocl a
Male   .ind  Female   Help   Prompt')
Furnished.
BtHlit: r
L I
NEW WESTNIM Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
April   2,   172"
-Thi ^ franchised  '
a \ "'������ of til ���  >-'-'v.   York 1.
is!;:' nre.
1779���Paul Jones with ih,   Bonhomme
frigate  Serapis. 'COLUMBIA   and   McIm^EuEY  ST3.
mi     X    '"     "" !" betWeeE NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
the l nited States an 1 Canad i
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Phone  431. P. O. Box   33:
ind  shoals alohg  the uppei   western
i':'*1'   of  the   United   state.,   sta. 1118SS    Francol    Achllle Bazalne, a fa-
S   iterday on a fifteen thousand mllei ,���..        .:  hal    .f  the  French'
cruise   around   South   America,    Thel army.   died.      Born   Feb.   13,
t  ���
,hlps m the little fleet, the lighthouse
,    an3  the   tenders,  are   less  than
.0n reet iu length.   II Is   xpected th  I
. .;,        ', San ���' in. ��� ���:��� i in '
.ths.
1811.
iti in   t anada   de-
,,i..,     |  .   a, ical     of   Q
and  Ott: n >i a   - ���
A.DVRRTISB       "����
- .X ���
THE      D  Av I  L Y      NEWS
I'Olt  BIG B.P-8TJLTS.
C. Mills, Timber an^
1! ���
8
Leading Lompany
>UVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
���* tactufti     ���    t>*et*-T. <-t AH Kind* o,
Umber,   Lath,   SIi In . ��� -.   Mouldinga,   aSash,
Interior Finish,    lamed Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxea.
Largo Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
MERS ATTENTION!
��� vv, in Stock for Fencingand Draining
Uo   : City Brand, Cokmbi. St.
-*��� .    .        *__. m _,a, Westmin.
ie 12.
New Westminster
_________________________________________________________________! �����  that ehtrmlna   Muiic-H Comedy, "Th, Isle of Spice."   ^
Beautiful feminity  as seen  in one of    the taking  scenes  In  that 3
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��_���    '_ MATRIMONIAL AGENT
IS ARRESTED FOR FRAUD
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This is the season to
cut your
CORD
WOOD
WE have a full line,
including Disston,
Shurly & Dietrich,
and other makes.
.Prices Right.    |
Fresno, Cal., Sept. _!2.���The arrest
of Mrs. Margaret Walder, a young woman who recently came from Minnesota, on a charge of using the mails
to defraud, is said to be due to the
charge that she conducted a matrimonial agency wiih herself as the
sole client and attraction. Mrs. Wal-
der is accused of having obtained
money from various correspondents
of domestic tendencies who wished
her to join th.ni in various pints Of
the country.
SCOTCH DELEGATES OBSERVANT
ANDERSON I
& LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA 8TREET,       *
New Westminster, B. C.        1
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Sending Home Admirable Reports of
Canadian Tour.
Loudon, Sept. 22.���The members of
the Scotch farming commission are
sending home admirable accounts of
their tour ln Canada. Undoubtedly
their official report will be Interesting
reading to Canadian agriculturalists.
They apparently found much to admire
in Canada. P. b. Craig declares Quebec farmers to be the most conservative and most Interesting, but the
worst farmers in tbe Dominion; while
regarding Ontario farmers he observes
that a Buchan man would cut more
thistles and show less dash. There ls
plenty of room in Ontario for men
with capital, though land is not cheap.
Mr. Oreig refers to the quantity ol
land wasted in New Brunswick and
Quebec for want of sheep, because
each man must keep a useless dog.
The objects of the agricultural colleges receive the warmest appreciation.
RUNAWAY   ACCIDENT   CAUSES
LADY   SERIOUS  INJURIES
A resident of the Port Moody road,
Mrs. Urookfield, was driving along
Front street yesterday morning when
the horse took freight at a yard engine engaged in switching operations
and ran aw.ay. Mrs. Brookfleld was
thrown out, several of her ribs D.'ing
fractured. She was taken to Dr.
Jones' offices, where her injuries, including a scalp wound, were attend
ed to, and was subsequently removed to the Royal Columbian hos
pltal, where she i.s going ou as satisfactorily as can be expected.
Taking the horse home her husband had another runaway, damaging
the  rig.
A Plenteous Supply of
Recovered Themis Anchors.
Victoria. Sept. 22.���The steamer
Maude returned to Esquimau yestei-
day from the wreck of the steamer
Themis, bringing anchors and chains
recovered from the wreck, which lies
in about the same position on the
rocks near Scarlett point where she
struck two years ago. The weather
proved too rough to move the machinery.
Funeral of George Mackie.
The funeral took place yesterday
afternoon of George Mackie, of Sunbury, at the Oddfellows' cemetery.
The pallbearers were A. Sangster, A.
Adams, R. Kenton, A. Halcrow, A.
Smith and C. Smith. Two mourning
coaches conveyed the relatives. Rev.
Mr. Henderson officiated and a number of floral tributes testified to the
resp.-ct   of   friends.
Power Plant  to   Be  Enlarged.
Nelson,  B.  C,  Sept.  22���The city
council tonight authorized the instal-
latlon of a lOOO-kilowatt electric gen-
erator for the city power plant, giv-1
ing  a second   unit and  bringing  the'
capacity of the plant up to 2500 horse
power.
 <��n   i
"ISLE OF SPICE."
Theater goers who appreciate artis-1
tic stage pictures with all tlie beautiful electric coloring that modern stage
mechanism  has  made possible,  have
a   rare   treat   awaiting  them   in   thej
piquant musical mixture, the "Isle ofi
Spice," which H. H. Frazee brings toj
the Opera house on Friday.
"The  Star  of  Fate"   which   is   the
finale of the first act,  represents the |
acme   of ..eleotrical   and   mechantfcal
skill   enhanced   by   beautiful  femininity, sweet singing and entrancing mu- \
sic. I
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
Ban   on   Racing.
Tacoma, Sept. 22. ��� Washington j
.Methodists will demand of the. com- |
ing legislature a law prohibiting race
track gambling. At the Puget Sound,
conference a resolution was adopted j
declaring it to be the policy of ihc|
conference to support only such legislators as will vote, for such a  bill.
Blew Off Roof.
Winnipeg, Sept. 22.���A boiler exploded In Hon. Robert RogerB1 beau-!
ti ful new home on Rosslyn road yesterday, blowing off a portion of the
roof, smashing the windows and injuring a domestic. The damage to the
interior is over $2000.
"The man who tries to attract business without
advertising is like the fellow who throws his
sweetheart a kiss in the dark. He knows what he
is doing, but nobody else does."
-William Jennings Bryan
WE WANT
���EVERYBODY	
to know that the place to buy. either   for  speculation',   or   a   Five
Acre Home, where you get all Citj  I-';..-innes Ig Q
UEENSBOROUGH
MISS ROBERTA   WILSON
"THE
\MLLE4tff;
net Jin vol/*.,
UJIllMl YOl/K
IT'S NON'SAMH
jtcli-mmu
WATER   FRONTAGE
PLANKED  ROADS
DITCHED LAND
Call and
in   Price
SOIL   INEXHAUSTIBLE
INDUSTRIAL SITES
ALL  CITY   FACILITIES.
ai  once, as i hi    n ean     I   ...i
It
FOR SALE BY
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88 -1 OQ
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Electric Railway Service
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from r>:_)0 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last  ear lv.  Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton  and  city limits over the
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweaty 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 mi-jutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service   ti_.ir-nourl.-r between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
....
*
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citj line. ���	
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
1
I
A  H3rdn.au.     A.James.    J. McClughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
 i
Front Street    Trust Blocl.
Bargains
Every Day
At Morey's
40 piece Tea Seta, English China,  $4.50 to  $20.00.
10 piece Toilet Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
.N'EW   things   in   China  arriving
every week now.
Come and see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
New Kid
Gloves!
We are sole agents for Reynier Gloves. Several
years experience in the selling of these well-known
gloves has convinced us of the claims of superiority
made by Reyniers. Our customers know that when
they buy gloves from our glove department, they are
buying the best. If you have never worn Reynier
Gloves try a pair next time. You will be satisfied beyond a doubt.
Reynier, 2-clasp, Dressed Kid Gloves, at per pair
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00
Reynier Pique Sewn, per pair $1.50 and $2.00
Reynier Hand Sewn Suede, the best glove of its
kind made, per pair $2.00
Reynier 12-button Glace per pair $2.75
Reynier Tan Cope Kid, short gloves for driving or
heavy wear, per pair.... $1.25 and $1.50
A New Range of
Gauntlet Gloves
The popularity of this style is Remarkable. Made
in a variety of cuffs with or without fringe, and
shown in heavy buckskin, suede and cape kid,
per pair    $2, $2.50 and $3
Our Ladies' and Misses'
Suits at $15.75
Are off Exceptional Value
Suits with a .style an.] finish that is unusual In a costume at thla
price. Special lines, made of fancy cheviot In plain colore, Bncb as
green, navy, brown, and black. Coals are semi or tight fitting,
three-quarter P-ugtTi, lined throughout, silk Btltched, with velvet
collar .'ind turned back cuffs, neatly trimmed with braid und button*
Skirts are plain gored, flared and with or without boa- folds. 1|!
sizes.    Ask  to see these special Suits.
We Claim Great Superiority
Over All Ordinary Suits
for three special lines ol higher priced   Costumes   at   $22.75    '-���'-''
and $32.60.    These are  all on display   these  days.      Vlsll  tin
to-wear departmeni  and  Bee  the wonderful  display   i ���   ��  ���    '
wear garments
Leave your order for
your new Fall
Hat
The uiillneiy department grows .very day, and the orders are usu-
all> given the same���"! must have my hat before exhibition." To
avoid disappointment ami be assured of receiving your Inn when
required, select yonr style and place your order as so.n as possible, A new assortment of Fall Flowers, Wings and Fancy Feathers has just been received and the novelties shown In this lot are
decidedly popular in the eastern millinery centres. We lteep In
touch'With all new Ideas and every few days brlug some new
trimming or hal shape..
W. S. Collister &
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