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 ke, Shiles & Co-
FiKE INSURANCE
J, WESTMINSTER^
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
��_       TER,  B.  C,   SAT!'!.: .   ,.,    gBPTBJMBB R 12,   1908.
FI\ _���_ CENTS PER COPY.
WIIH A BRILLIANT SUCH
Expansion   of   Past   Twelve  Years  Due  to
Efforts'of Pre8ent  Federal  Government-Tactics  of
Opposition Severely Criticized-Awaits Coming
Contest  With  Confidence.
kenomenal
ISorel, Que., Sept. it
y slr Wilfrid Laurier shone to such
Lntage tit the opening of a great
Not for ygars.cneers ami   spoke as follows:    'Il Is
four years  since I  had  the honor    of
appearing before yuu, electona of the
M ., camnirlgn^s'he'did here on  Hic-helieii valley,    to    discusa    public
caml   Bhe waa c ^red   to affairs with you.   Now it is the same
'������:���      ' th0U8and  people    of  business Which  brings me before you
.    ��� ��a,iey, who were joined   today.    ?0u  see  thai  in  the interval
Kl;;      ;,,,,,  down     wlth    ex. the hand Of time has been busy wi b
..,���    Montreal,     Three me, and not many years now remain
t81   Johns and Other    pieces, to me.    The snows of    winter    have
fuberal  chieftain   was   evidently taken the  P'ace of spring, but, hot.-
' Dl3Ddld bealth, full of the buoyant ever, 1 may show the ravages of tune
CZL which was so marked   a  "iy hear,  still  remains  young and    I
Lteristic before  his    illness    in   feel that 1 have as much strength as
Kd his whole speech wus mark-, ever for the service of my country. In
' WU   a ring of confidence and   al- Upite of my sixty years, of whioh so
rtiylsh hope for the future and | much has been spent In the service of
WESTMINSTER BOWLERS      RULE INCIDENT ON RIVER
FOKM A I.ITV LEAGUE     CLOSED BY MAGISTRATE
Prep-'
Fa.
Ten  Team   League  Tr'jgs Ace cgizes to Fisheries Officers
. '__otiation���Effi-       )       Hembrough  and    Halliday   and
Elected. - the Court Costs.
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ol Westminster G, T. Trigg, who tras accused of
Id yesterday e "ning, ajjiaving nti I a rifle at Fisheries
con tu ;��� .erning the new asso- officer Thomas Hemhrough, was sum-
oiation   -a , > i  by the members;
' , nioni-d  " .-���.'   Ia>    " ton   Captain  Pit-
ot  thi    ��� .. ti i   Bowling associa-.
tlon.    Aft,        etransa. tion of formal |tendrigh in t;,- district court.    G. E.
busim lowing  officers  were Martin defended.   The evidence show-
elected el son,    patron;     T.; ed thai defendant picked u
Gifford,    M LA.,    president;     Robert] when prosecutoi approached in a boat
Jardine, I ,resident;   H. Kell-land said:    "If yon put your hand on
AMUSEMENTS WILL
INCLUDE INDIAN CANOE RACE
High   Commission   to   Be   Entertained   by   Display   From
Aboriginal   Inhabitants    Matches Will Include Baseball,   Lacrosse  and   Football  Games    Horse
Jumping Will Be a Feature.
A very Is gelj  attended meeting ol authorized to do so.   The sum of $��5
rifle  the city directors ami others   Interest- was proml ed In the room.   Aid. Gray
(,1 in the attractions at the forthcom- said that, as chairman ci the lighting
lng provincial exhibition was held last committ t the   city    council,   be
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||ignicd the audience. When in 1904
��� Wilfrid opened the campaign here
Ington, leni     \.  E.  Hah-,    vice-  my boat, I  will blow   your head oft." evening in the board of trade room, could  nol   recommend the council   to
president;  R.  R.  Carver,    secretary- After hearing evidence the case was   president T. .1. Trapp occupying   the paj this sum, as besides the $2000 al-
"" "  "���"**"*    dismissed, upon the   accused   under- chair.   There   were   present    i,   a.' eadj   voted, the fountain m Queens
taking to apologize, and pay the costs Lewis W. R. Gilley and C. A. Welsh, park had to ibe paid for, which would
possess    ,'i2    candle    power    electric
lights, the. best In Canada.
Jumping Competitions.
Sheriff Armstrong announced   that
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treasun      .,, I   Hughi -, E, N. Suther
land, O. V. Enn ry, A. K. Hale, executive committee.
A house league, consisting of ten
teams Of five men each, will be organized ' .. the executive, captains being also appointed by .he same body.
of tlie court
Five     defendants
charged      with
members of the board of control; Aid
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Garrett, H. I.\all. J. H. Watson, John
breath of the Dominion close season Rejd> John P<,ck fjels Nelson, T. .1.
regulations were ordered to appear Armstrong, F- B. Lyle, J. H. Vidal.
befoj-e. Inspector  Sword, but  the    in-  and A. Hardman, city directors: R. C.
McDonald,      Indian      agent,     James
between
drafted
these    teams    will    be
Leamy, .1.  A.  Cunningham, J. E. Al*
the Dominion, I am sure   that   some
wiiinu upeucu me ^a....,,a..0.. time  remains  for  me  yet  to oppose
| referred almost pathetically to the; these sinister combinations, and espe-
icroachuieiits of age, but today    he I daily have I a tooth for the castors
ike jocularly about it and declared ; and the Conservatives,    it is,   there-
though the snows of over   sixty] fore, not only with courage, but   with
rs had whitened his    hair,    his I delight and enthusiasm, that  I come
was still young for Canada and  before you once more before finishing
felt us strong as he ever did   to'my political career,
irk for l��.-i  advancement.    At   the        Has No Anxiety at to Results.
e time he significantly added that      "It is always a pleasure for me   to
fill '':'. I. tooth to fight Bg&lfilt'jWtflitajtlM   home  of Freuch-Cana-
efforts of the Bourns, a faction to  dlali patriot,igj��.    [* Vas uere in    the
k, :.���.;:   i -ues in conjunction with ��� Rlob.t_l.eu  valley   more   than   seventy
Conservatives, years ago that your forefathers corn-
Dealt Only With Broad Issues.        menced   that   movement   of   liberty
ir Wilfrid Spoke more as the great  which culminated in the securing    of
ieftaia of a great  party.    Ho dealt | that constitutional government which
1 with the broader issues, leaving j we now enjoy.    In    the    election   of
ies  and  followers to take: 1904 1 was asked what I was going to
the iktails.   In general, he pointed I do.   On must always be ready for vie-
that his life work had    heen   de-  tory or defeat  and 1  count upon you
jed to bringing the diverse peoples, people here to be ready when we ap-
. .      Into closer union, and with  peal to ihe electors.   As to the result
dent earnestness  he thanked    the  of  the   elections.   I  have   no  anxiety.
S  rei   for their  recognition
At  a  meeting to be held early   next1' sp(_ctor was away from town, and the
week, a schedule of games to be play- jcasej* will be heard later. ^.������.j, ���^^^^_.        _.._
Fallowing is a copy of the apology  ian   p   T   Bow]eri Ai,i. Gray,    J. D.
signed by Irlggs: Brymner, members of committees; W.
T.   Hemhrough    and   A. P. Halladay,  r   0lilU)an,   H. H. McKenzie, and F.
Dominion Fisheries Officers, New 0   Canfield, school principals, the last
Westminster, 0. c. named witb S. Malcolmson and W. E.
Ill  CHI ILD  mm Dl 11      Dear iiU'ii-~'i hereby a,lmit th:lt   '  Sinclair    representing    the   baseball
IN aUlltK I UU ID ALL   la on Ult *,,!l   a*y   u��   September, Llub.  A  G   1Jeaton (wilh H   HyaU)
jl908. point a rifle at you aud at the; representing the football    club,    and
same time use profane and threaten- i{.  Tyneri representing the hunt club.
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SEASON OPENS TODAY
the program for the jumping competitions would provide three events.
Those were for men, ladies and a consolation, one on each day. The entiles were to be In by Sept. 28, and
the fee for men $1 and free for ladies.
Trophies had been arranged, and the
obstacles would he hurdle, hedge,
double hurdle and sham stone wall.
The program was approved.
Dare Devil Davidson.
The  attraction  offered  from    Luna
Begin  Fixtures���Celtic Will  Be
Visitors  to   Moody   Park,
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discharging your duty, and  I  hereby
I make apology for so doing,
(Signed! Q. TRIGGS.
New Westminster, Sept. 11, 190S.
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 ���                       same time use profane and threaten- c  Tvner, representing the hunt club      The attraction offered  from    Luna ���      , ...   ,   ���
Teams  in  Vancouver District   League i i���g language to you while  you were Ml8a Wells. in the absence of Manager  path. Seattle, of a man riding; a wheel ^AV'it
_. .           _..._._..,.���___       i,,iari,Mrein^ vnur dutv. and  1  hereby,,,!1VV    ,,.,,,,, as R(,0,retarv.                     . ton fire)    down   an   inclined   board, l��\V*l*:
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iddresa of welcome pre
ited to him.
(>,. ol the 'iite ot" the elec-
._ was given, hut Sir Wilfrid de-
j whether they came in 190S
| absolutely certain that
of the people was    as
. ������, bis government today as
I. i been since 1896, and that
any more than 1 had in MOL and for
the rest, whatever may be the result,
neither my voice nor my policy shall
be changed. 1 have given my life to
my country, and iu the future, as in
the past. 1 shall be able to say, in the
words of the popular song, 'My Country Is My Love.'
"I can reply in another way to that
question.    If you    read    the   leading
"ill will  see
The aSiKoelation football season will
open in earnest today, when the first
gaims in the Vancouver District
league will be played. One senior and
three second division games are scheduled. The Celtics are the visitors at
Moody pal'l. fOr a friendly game, when
the Hovers will open the season with
the best of chances for a clear win,
judging from the games at North
Vancouver on Monday, when the Celtics won the Carter-Cotton cup hy a
succession of circumstances all in
their favor. They will he hard put to
win   witb  the team  Westminster has
APPLICATION FOR URGE
RECORD FROM CREEK
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The Gl6n Valley Land Co., Ltd.,
has applied to the water commissioner
for a record of 400 inches from
Beaver creek, a tributary of the
Fraserr river, running through township 14, for agricultural and domestic
puriioses, running machinery for
un-ncaa., ���, agricultural and dairying purposes,
which    Bomejalso for booming logs and tho uses of
thej
emonatration would be a j conservative papers >'�� flefeai ,
answer to the  newspapers are all i^'��   �� '    '       tlu,. wiU j
that I yo*i may be nuite sine tnai -.    *   .     I
and therefore we shall   ne
There    is     even     another
,'he premier was accompanied    by j stronger relation.    My old friend   Sir,
Brodeur, Lemieux    and Charles Tupper. who after many a
,. i, as ' ������  several of the teats, has withdrawn from the swug-
-,...   and most of the ^e. has come out from his retreat
jtficlent ^	
|'i:,;   :    lhat  were  declaring
.   i anted e change.
Delighted With Reception
yon may
I be wrong
1 elected.
terday who would take the whistle. 1 twenty-tour houm  -|
DOUBLE HEADER AT QUEEN'S PARK
MAPLE LEAFS ARE      BASEBALL WILL KEEP
VICTIMS FOR TODAY,   CROWD AT THE PARK
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World Beating Team on
Field-All in Good Shape
Park Sphere Slingers Promise to Make Locals Travel
SUBJECT Of MEETING
"^ Have Its Shirt  Team    of   Central COQUITLAM DAM WAS
. . Ss��'��%3^  ��� l    ���****�� Slinsers Pro-'
I :.   heartj  reception ac-jas  mistaken today  as  at ^  otne
f . ,   the close   of the Uhe.    We are certain of Jictoy be
I , mosl unusual step  cause  the people of Canada still re-
,nt d a second ad-1 tain the same confidence In our -y>
, famiy thanked the ernment whKSn they showed in mm,
ch�� ring message  to und    In every other general election
| -   of Canada during the last twelve jpaTS.   I do no
Premier's Address. | -~^~  ""
I? reeted with hearty! (Continued on PBage Tw3a)
ion fire)    down   an   inclined   board,
making a huge leap and diving into a
tank, this human wonder .<tyled Dare
Devil Davidson, aroused the mirth of
the meeting.   One director facetiously
remarked    that    the    new    reservoir
could be put to a useful purpose in the
act.   Dare Devil Davidson will not be
B( en here.   For his act he desired tbe
trilling consideration of $1150.
Children's Day.
Mr. Peck reported on the   arrangements for children's day.   Only one of
the  boys'   brigades  from    Vancouver
would ibe able to attend, in addition to
that   from  Nanaimo  already engaged.
They    proposed    to    hold    children's
sports, and thought that they    would
prove very attractive to the parents of
Vancouver  children.    The    children's
, alisthenic exercises would be carried
u'"*"-  ~^^^^^^^^^_ oui. but owing to the fact that    they
said that there was little doubt Lord   ^^ haye R) mme meals tor the
Strathcona would he here to open the   vlaUlng chn,lvt,n. he would ask for a
exhibition,  as he had   already    prom-  ];n._. y approprIatlon  ���iau  $100  voted
iset^- '���     ----- - *       al  the last meeting.    There    was    a
Columbia Street Lighting. number of young ladies in Vancouver
V long discussion took place    with   wh{) WQuW glye a  VQry capable calls.
rpspert to the collection for Bttbscrlp- lh,.:lic display.'
lion,  for lighting    Columbia    street.      ,v  c_ Co,ll\ll-ini sai(, thld about ,800
and a committee consisting of Messrs.,^M ^^ ^ tQ can.y m)t theh.
Ryall, Welsh and W. B. Sinclair was | proeran]
i appointed.    The cost  is $500, and as, '\vm. ',.efei.enc0 u, siuirin, by k)ca:
the electrician has to place thej order 1 ���^.____w^_��� ____a_-^~^a~^���^.
I for material today (Saturday) he v.nsj (Continued on Page Eight.)
B03 feet equals  1,153
cted as secretary.
Canoe Races.
The special features committee reported, through Sheriff Armstrong,
that the offer from a show manager
in Washington to bring Indians here
at the cost of $700 should be turned
down, and the money spent on canoe
races by the Indians, which he
thought would be very attractive the
day Lord Strathcona came. Two years
ago they voted $600, for which they
had very good races.
R. C. McDonald explained that people down town asked for some attraction ln the mornings, and if he knew
by Tuesday he thought be could arrange for the Indians to be here in
time from their reserves. It was left
With the board of control to decide as
to the amount to be expended, if the
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Pal   Feftuej   will   probably  be seen
,n the sentoi  lineup of the Westminsters  against   the    Maple    Leafs   ai
���moo,i.    having
Immediately after the laoroa s gam*   '(.;normous Barrier Projected j cent.
at Queens park this   afternoon,   two'  -^^B        ^^
way,  ok cation ^^^^^^^^^^^^
TTiU  gallons.
Permanent increase over in nimum
conditions, 112,000 gallons per daj.,
or  IT.7 per cent.
Maximum increase over minimum
conditions, 522,000* gallons, or 82.6 per
I1SS10N BANDIT
C0NEE8SES TO CRIME ...^>��_"
ead Desperado Leaves a
Written Confession Saying
He Held Up Train in B. C.
L0       ';
.ngeles,  Cal.,   Sept..  11.���That
Dumont  Sutherland,   who  com-
l-::'      uicld
lollc.
after shooting   down
Bays  he was  born i.i   Lamar count) ,:.,,��� as to        ���' !"   "'   J��"
Mo., Sept 29.  1882, and tbat  he  -,    , old    ' '  ^  j
the one black sheep of the family. He ln                                     ���   slaved
,   15th   U    s.   Infantrj .   ,      Doufihe;    Spring,   who   pi
Monterey, ral.    Ui  deserted trom th B In Van��  ^^
army and came to Loe Angeles, wh.  , rh,   ��� tange la die cen
te woSed as * waiter for a tl  be ..   fteWer wiil be the on* ^ ** ^
lore incoming a bandit.   Of his ear ��� ,, llneup   the  r.maind
eeraas bandit, Sutherland wrote: ., ,��� being thesame m.   ptaS
-l planned to ro., the bank at Mon L.ttbor Day a. Brockton Point
terey, but my pal'*? nerve called him
1 then went to San Francisco. There I
met an old pal and together we went
north and robbed a C. P. Et train at
Mission .Junction, B. C. and one neai
. ���- ian nine-, one representing ihe!
city seniors and the other a Central
I i i. aggregation captained by Twirl-
��� ' Silver, will engage in desperate
��� ��� bet for Bupn nun ;.. w ini,. the
,', nt��� al Purl, nine is au unknot*.:,
quantity, no gam,-.-, having been play-
I against the boys of thai distri. I b)
the locals this year, report Bays that
they are right there with the plcl li
every time, aud that the remnant oi
at   Lake   Will Increase;
A Mass of Masonry.
,      . , ,     The dam  would be built iby  a new
CltyS    Water    Resources,   process   called   "hydraulic hydrant,"
  and would be built of i la., to a great
exten:.   with  concrete   spillway.     it
.u  Importam   owJerenci   win.   the  wouJ(] be ;������, ,-,.,,, ,,, Uu, base| 20 teet
oi the ci'y council was held  on the top, and would utilize 300,000
afternoon    bj    represents-  cubic yards   of   material.   The   eot-l
ol   ths  it. C. K. K.���Vancouvei
would bi $200,000 for the construction
.ip from the expense ot clearing thi
lKi.il subtnergi d by  the new area of
watt r.    This would be the first inatt.ei
to be taken in hand, hut before,   ton-
���ce Captain Auble, was a companionl Yakima, Wash.    They called my  P
" i;     Min. , and of Many Tracy, the''the black kid.'    He pulled off Bevera
'"'"'-���    nn law    and    in.plicat-   stage   jobs   in   the   Yosei.i.te   \ a   -
f !�� numerous daring primes, indud- tfhen 1 held  up a car one nig   ^
f'    a robberies in British Columbia[l^isco,   after   which I   came   o
pd  Washington
"'"   ll;1'   uollcn   examined   an   auto
Tlu! line.ip of the Leafs has 00
���, lanced,   and   will   not tt*
!     aJZ until the boys from the ��
,. ���,,..lH., of Vancouvej* step OB tin
^nu a peculiar thiug that   the
.   ,._. Sutherland  wasl.  , _   always   proble.marical.
After  coming   here  BUtneriauu | neiiiK
was   learned   today | Angeles.*
iniined   an
a  short tltB^^^^^^^
^aa\*a\*a**a\*a\*a\\m^^^^^^^^^^^^
returned  to his  lawless career
Vancouver clubs  never  know  twelve
;:;^r,'a,n:itc,,w,;a,..r:   wUl
.,,.������Se.,t their teams,  .be    best    ��
L'Hable^i^ ^  names  .iMiu^^
Those
I Power    i ompany       'lhe   mecliug    was
hold  In  the <.iiy oledt's office, there
being present Aldermen Radar, orey,
.   ._��_._.   .   _.        ... ^                        IJurdine. (;-i!Ki*i,  shiU's  and   llonle-.. utructlon woik was begun on the dam,
:In-Westminsters will have to do soiin ,                                                                             ,                ,.   ,            ..... .w
1 city eierk Duncan, Kid Superintend-  Plena would be    submitted    to t.ie
-���council,    and    any    suggestion they
might offer would be considered, with
regard  to the safeguard of the city
reliables, the remainder
| ���    he wn
niB
��� warned thai his end
S itherland wrote a sketch
: i addressed it  to Jack
P1 ; neclal officer. The let-
'��� ' nd   In   Sutherlaiul-s   room
ng,     Sutherland    cx-
. .���   lefl  the   letter    for
[ i e he knew
. ��� one,
- graph)
be-1 married and  planned   to  reform, hut��� Term
he lost his position as a  waiter ana | flgurlag   on
Ottawa Man Honored.
Ottawa,  Sept.   I0.-Prom   PhUadel-
phia comes the announcement.ot
signal honor conferred on an u
n,, Ln   O.  Rutherford,    v^,....u>
surgeon general and i|VI' **""
Imissloner   ror   the   Dominion    '"'"'
Sutherland'ment  of agricuH"."*        '        ��� ___.
square
itnal City boys seem to be shy on
_^    losing   aggregation,
"SET* weather, .he ^;=
1!(���n,s shou.d give a ��ne ��h,b.uo-
of a championship form    this   a
ierrlflc hatting, helding and coa< bing
in order to ciipt.ure the laurel wreath
ilils p.m.
Hungry" Munn, who has been almost Invisible on the diamond this
season, having been out of the '������*>
for some months, will have charge of
the catching apparatus, Yulll attend-., ^ compan>,
lng to the delivery department of the twin foriawma
battery. Sinclair will be In evidence' and the engineer put the following
around the Initial baK, Kyall, the ewer figures fjetonj the .council as to the
reliable, is to attend to business    at' ,M>sitlon when the near das was built.
....       .       ai.nl u-.ai..   i _. ^ .___��� #4   ftiinnlw.
>tii of Waterworks Stott, niul repre-,1
Renting tho M.I..K.K. company, r. h.
Spelling, gewral manager, l>. J, Mc
Quarrle, ittal nianugei* and Mi*. Schuy-
|er, consulting engineer, Sa/i Fran-
cisco. The meeting was called with
reference to the ne.w Qoguitlam lake
second, Jimmy I^ewls will he In the
sh<irt stop territory, while McPhail
will camp on the third pillow.   Deans
Vastly IncreaMd Suppty.
Capacity tit New Westminster pipe
lne, 71,000 teet, it laches diameter.
water supply. The Intake pipe of the
new dam for the city's supply will be
-on cast Iron, Instead as at present
steel rl vetted.
huring the visit of the city council
next week to the lake the position of
lhe dam will he considered. When
F. R. Clover discussed the position
with the council some weeks ago, no
resolution as to the height of the
dam was passed. A non-committal attitude was adopted.
(lul,ng the past h** ��ayj
ever> prospect that a good crow**
Ball and" Canfield will "take care   of [ Elevation of  reservoir 400 feet.    At
the long drives into the outfield. elevation of ��J feet (weir In tunnel),
capacity of pipe, ��I.TW pu.. at elevation <>f 442.8 (crest of dam), 7;t0.
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hand to see the Leafs ^         , [ m ^   M cre,t of n<JW ���,.���, aplU.
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LAURIER OPENS CAMPAIGN
WITH A BRILLIANT SPEECH
(Continued   tr-mi   Page  On,'.'
think too highly of myself, but I musl
su\ that I think a grt.it deal Of myself when I compare myself with my
ad versa lies and 1 am modest enough
to think 1 know my faults almost as
well as the Conservative papers.
"Whatever my success may have
been during the last twelve years, 1
must confess they have never reached
my hopes, but whatever failures may
have been, when I compare our work
with that ofthe party which proceeded
us and may some day succeed us, my
courage tomes back to me,
His Predecessors.
"lu 1896 the government was in the
hands of a hand of men who were
continually light ing amongst themselves, like dogs, and conspiring
against each other at the council
tabic. We were on the pathway to
civil strife which was fatal to the
prosperity of the country. From oue
,si-!e of Canada to the other there was
depression, commercial, agriculture
and Industrial depression. Then the
people called lhe Liberals to the helm
and ,ruing the twelve years that have
passed since then our -ounu-y has enjoyed the mosi remarkable period of
prosperity In its history a prosperity
whicli you have enjoyed as much as
in, self. True, there has been financial
depression of late in Canada, as all
.-..er the world, but l do not think we
have suffered as much as other countries, and while this depression has
affected the working classes, i think
you fanners can bear witness to that
never has our agricultural prosperity
been greater than ii is today. The
opposition wish to give us the least
possible credit for this .and say that
our prosperity was owing to Providence ani not to the government, 1
do not deny that Providence has done
good work for us hut I say that Providence in carrying out its designs
uses human beings as its agents and
Providence has used us for beneflclent
ends while it used the Conservatives
to chastise    the    people    of    Canada.
(Laughter.)
Reward for Farmers.
"The. whole aim of our legislation
has been to secure the prosperity of
Canada to bring to the working man
the best possible reward for his labor
and   to   work  for  the  general  good    li
aeries,    1   think  they in  al!   Justice
must  admit that that treaty  did not
obtain  nearly as   much    benefit    fori
Canada as does the present treaty.
Independent of British Government.
Messrs. Fielding and Brodeur negotiated absolutely independent of our]
British government. This is shown |
by the following telegram I received j
Irom Sir Edward Grey at the British
foreign office, in which he says: "It
has been laid down that commercial
negotiations of this nature, being between his majesty and a foreign Btate,
should be conducted by his majesty's
representative at the court of the
foreign power. I do not, however,
think it necessary to adhere to the
strict letter of Ihis" regulation, the
object of which was to secure that
negotiations should not he entered into and carried through by a colony
unknown to and Independently of his
majesty's government. The selection
of the negotiators is principally a
matter of convenience, and in the present circumstances it will obviously be
more practicable that the negotiations
should be left to Sir Wilfrid Laurier
and the Canadian minister... II the
negotiations are brought to a conclusion at Paris you should sign the
agreement jointly with the Canadian
negotiator, who would be given full
power for the purpose." These Instructions were given Hon. R, l.isier,
C.V.O., British representaive.
The  Treaty   w.th  Japan.
"The resull of Cleat Britain -living
ns freedom In this way will undoubtedly tend inward making all of us
more loyal subjects of the empire, and
the same applies to Japan. Abuse ancient chili/.,ition has been so wonderfully modified of late. Two years ago
a treat; was negotiated from which
we expert a great deal in sending
them our agricultural and forest products ami Importing their silks and
other goods. The [act that a considerable Immigration has since arrived
from Japan aroused considerable opposition. It was asked by the opposition that the treaty should be denounced, but the treaty was made by
Great Britain. Instead of asking that
the treaty be brought to an end, as
the opposition demanded, we sent Mr.
Li mieux to Japan, who acquitted himself to the general satlBfacticn. He
adjusted the difficulty, saved the
treaty and preserved our oordlal relations wiih .lapan.
'  The Greatest Achievement.
"Our greatest work for the advancement of Canada is the construction of
the Grand Trunk Pacific, which means
so much for our country's future, and
the community.    The    results    show-
that.  Providence considered, we    did, with which I hope my name will   be
well.    We commenced  by    reforming | chiefly associated. The mon   we know
the tariff,    Their we decided    to subsidize steamship  lines  between  Canada and Kngland. France, Mexico and
the West  Indies.   We encouraged the
exploiting ol  new   lines of communi-
m and the bail ting of   railways,
e dug canals, we Improved the St.
twrence waterways and It has late-
 :. shown that my colleague. Hon.
It   ���'    le   -. has made thai great St.
mt , a - s av as any In the
world.
Canada Stands Third.
I  s .,   to you with pride    that    me
��� ��������� ii :,, ��� of all this woi:. we have
don.        Canada has ,: een thai   i iday
*������    st Is third among the ci tamer
' ��� ���   nations of the world iu her   per
��� - - ��� - Belgium comes first with
. population of 7,168,816 and a per
... ���       rade of $178.28;  Gnat Britain
comes next with 14,100,231 people and
���-*��� per capita trade of $11*.:.;.; while
Canada is third with a population of
���' o it    **" '.  and a per capita trade
Ol   J88.07.
Whal was rhe position of Canada
ia lv': ���' It was an Insignificant
colon;., forgotten by France, hardly
��� d by the rest of the world. To-
��� ia;. It is the brightest jewel iu the
British crown. We have placed Can-
ida in the broad sunlight of the world
���and made ii one of the greatest countries  in  regard    to    Its   population,
theories Of older countries are direct
ed tO this new   star in  the terrestrial I which an     increase     was
world, the home, of progress, libertyI without result.   Then a
about this line, the more we see it-
advantages to Canada. In fact, Its
advantages are alreadj being felt, n-
even now it Is taking Its part In the
transportation of the western wheal
crops. Within two years we shall see
this line running from Moncton to
Winnipeg, opening traffic to new empires of the north, where generations
yet to come will be able to settle and
make their livelihood. 1 tell you iu
all sincerity that l want to carry the
coming election in order to finish this
great work, and when it is completed
I shall be content to say. with tne
prophet of old, "Lord, now lettest
Thou Thy servant depart In peace.'
Ample Justification.
It is asked what have we done
--ince 1904 to justify the continuation
Of the people's confidence. It would
take more time than we can spare to
attempt a justification of all our
legislation. I will deal With three groat
works which alone justify our confidence. Our first is the Increase of the
federal subsidies. At confederation
the provinces abandoned their revenues, both excise and customs, to the
federal government .conceiving in lieu
thereof a per capita allowance, hut
with the advaiicente.nt of the Dominion
the provinces lotind this arrangement
Inadequate, and frequently protested
against It,
"In 1897 a conference was held at
demanded,
inn i    time
and civilization.    (Applause.)
Government Deserves Praise
ago  another  meeting of  the  premiers
was held and Premier Goutn, of Que-
0 one who seriously discusses the I bee. undertook to conduct the negotla-
matter can deny that the Laurier gov-jtlons.   lie applied to me aa head of
the  federal  government   and    showed
arnment  has played Us part In   this
pTOgreSB, We have made great strides
nu- the result of this conference, at
which all the provinces were repre-
sented, We decided their request was
jusi. and that  the subsidy should be
in every direction. Take for instance
dn- French and Japanese treaties.
After developing our commerce, we
wished to have the power to make Increased and based upon the popular
commercial treaties with foreign na- tlon ot the provinces at each, decennial
tions, in order to secure a freer And census, This wns in the line with our
more favorable interchange of our policy of doing everything we could to
products. If there was one country' increase harmony among the provinces and strengthen their attachment
we would like to trade with more than
another it was the ancient mother
country Kran'ce. The British government accorded us that  privilege and B
treaty   was  promptly  negotiated  bjf
my  colleagues,  Messrs.   Fielding    and
to the Dominion.
Manitoba Extension.
"Another work we have undertakenI
is the augmentation of the boundaries
of Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec. |
Brodeur. The Conservatives say that j Manitoba, the smallest of our prov-
we have attained nothing more than J luces, has stretching northwards toj
hud already been ours. Sir Charles j Hudson hay a vast, unorganized dis-j
Tupper   did    secue    a    treaty      with j trict;  Quebec has;*, similar territory]
France  bul without wishing   to   de-j    ���
tract from the glories of our   adver- (Continued on Page Seven.)
Grand Carnival
OF=
BARGAINS!
FOR
S ATU R DAY
Our fall stock of Fine Tailor-made Garments
has arrived and we are showing the finest range of
Clothing ever seen in the city.
We intend to make Saturday a big Suit day.
Prices will be cut on all our suits.
Read a Few of Our Leaders
Men's Suits, in fine imported
tweeds and worsteds, regular $25.00 to $35.00. Sale
price $18.50
Men's fine tweed and worsted
suits, regular $18.50 to
$22.50. Sale price  12.50
Men's fine tweed and worsted
suits, regular $12.50 to
$18.   Sale price     8.50
Men's fine imported tweed and
worsted trousers, regular
$5 to 6.50. Sale price...    3.50
Men's fine tweed and worsted
trousers, regular 3.50 to
4.50.   Sale price     2.25
Men's strong tweed working
trousers, regular 1.75.
Sale price, a pair  75c
Boys' strong school suits, regular 3.00.    To clear at.. 1.60
Boys' fine serge ard tweed
suits, regular 4.50 to 6.50.
Sale price  3.50
Boys' strong school shoes, regular 1.75.   Sale price ��� 90c
Men's strong working shirts,
regular 1.00.    Sale price.. 45c
Men's fine shoes, in box calf
and kid, Goodyear welted,
regular 5.00 and 5.50.
Sale price  $2.1*5
A snap���Men's strong working
shoes, reg. 3.50 and 4.00.
Sale price  1.9
<_���-_
Men's braces, reg. 50c.   Sale
price	
25c
Men's  strong  working suits,
reg. 10.00.    Sale price ..3.25
Boys' braces,  reg. 15c.    Sale
price  5c
Canvas gloves, 4 pair for 25c
Penman's    wool    underwear,
reg. 1.25.   Sale price  75c
Mercelli  handkerchiefs,   reg.
25c.   Sale price 10c
Suit  cases,   reg.  3.50.    Sale
price   1.45
Self-opening  umbrellas,   reg.
1.75 and 2.00.   Sale price..90c
estminster
Clothing Co,
DAVE GROSSMAN, Proprietor
Columbia Street,
New Westminster
Regulations.       '
Anyavallabl ���
iin the rallv ��� ln ,,,.'lU" ��1*
bia.mayl.eh 'Cot*
^ho ib the ,   ���,i���1;2^1
any male,, "���%,��
-extent of oue-quarte, m��l^
acres, more .:��� , B ��' H
KUtl'y  mU81 le'nm...
.^ local land   -      t* ����?�����-
"Which   the   1,,, ,.ln:itt     ^1C'*!��
proxy may. *:.   , , r? 11
tain condition., -, ,,,M ��**
son, daughtei, brother or ^CT'
Intending home       ���.; ��'����
The homesteade,   S required to Mf
torn the cond onm^Z
with under one �� the ��*J
plans: us
,      01)    Al lea       '' months' reader
���i upon and cultivation ol the la -
;each year for three years '5
(2)   Hla" ta������"     o, mother-
'father le deceased),   ���.  the 'h_
steader resides upon a farm In th'
.vicinity ot the I       entered to- ^
11 requirements li- to residence m* j,
eatisned by ��� . . rejldingWtt
the father or mo
('!)    H '*"'   ' Bla perm,,.
ent reaiden  ��� , Dg ,. n
ed by him I:. th
stead, the ri ., .0rtt,
dence maj   ���
upon the sai I
Six months  .. tlngUm
be given to the i '������ro'.w
lnlon Lands al
apply for patent.
COAL.- Coa] mlnln -   tits zr,**
leased for a period oneystn
at   an   annu tl    ������:.' ,1   "i ���,., r;t
Not   more   than 2560 res sha1: tt!
leased  to ,,:             . -.-..,
A royalty al       rate of five cents pen
fon shall bo i            : :.   the a..[
' chantable co il mini '
W W. C0RV.    .
1 Deputy of t1!0 Mlnlst, i of the IntctH
SOCIET.ES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODbE, NO. 21-
The regui.ir mei flags of this Mt*'
are held ln Oddfellews' hall C..j
bia  street, every  Monday eve_:_i!
at 8 o'clock.
a. O.  U.  W��� FRASER LODGE ho. 11
���Meetings the first     I third Tom
day   ln    each    month.     V- ���;
brethren cordlallj Invited to at'.all
Lodge room, A. 0. 1". W. hall. 044-1
ftll-iws'   block,  Clarkson street
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4093, i.OJ.1
���Meets the  Fount,  Prl.     ll  v'l
month  at 8 o'cloclt ln
haii. Oddfell ������--    I   ',..
FRATERNAL   ORDER  OF  EAGLES,
Aerie   No.   20     M
evening Bl   S In the EajWfl
hall,    Colu - re, -    a     it. |
VY. Pres ;   H.  S In ' ���  I, Secret *
THE   ROYAL  TEMVLARS OP TEM
PERANCE meet   every WVlnesdai |
at 8 o'clock p. m., In Oddletafj
hail, Columbia Btreet,
���ONo OF SCOTLAND BENEFITA�� |
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLE
CAMP, 191.���Meet., on the First sal
Third  Tuesday  oi every nionth a
K. of I', ball.   Clue! W. Sui "���'-'
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Loogs, No. I |
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hal!, C*
uiuhla Street, every Friday evedtl
at 8 o'clock. Visiting breiWufl
he made welcome. 0, E, G;-*
N. G.; C. E. Osbonii'. l'O.reco*
ln�� secretary
POSE  OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE M
115.  SONS OF ENGLAND, M
Red Rose Degree meets Secon
Fourth Wednesday o each M ,
In K. of P. Hall, rWtambto ��*S
8 p. m.. White Rose Degree, Fcffl
Wednesday    in   each month. n�� ]
time and plac
OTHER    FRATERNAL   80CIET|
include the Union Loo*0- * ��' ��� .
F. and A.M.; King Solomo' m
No. 17. A.  JP.  and  A M ���   ;
NO. HBO; L.O. UNO. 1*.JI
Sapperton, No. 16S.I, '��� <-������   ' &.
F,   Court Westminster, "* |
Brotherhood of Ow's, Ne��' ���
FIRE ALARM  H.'Xt-3
6���Asylum.
������Royal City Mill*.
7_Carnarvon and ���&
8-Royal avenue and U
9���Fifth avenue and
12���St. Mary's ilospl''''-
13-Second and Park R��*.
14-Oolumbla and DufferU
15���Sapperton sl|tjl,
23-Queen's avenue ia
24___..rd avenue,,.    **
IB-Fifth av����ue and
26-Flfth avenue and    ���
27���Third avenue and
82-Agnes and Sixth.
34-Schaalae V^^L
35-ColumWa um' McKenl"
31-C.P.R.  S^1���' mtt
42-Small ft Bucklin W�� jR0AY.   SEPTEMBER   12.   1908.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE.
COMPANY, Limited
|: WHOLESALE
and   RETAIL
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BUTCHERS
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rop in -Prices
lith'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
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97.
GROCERS
Prompt Delivery
COLUMBIA
STREET
\ pw 101
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PKone 101
��������������������������������-
Sole Agent in New Westminster
��� FOR ���
Longines Watch Movement
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
The Jeweler
[^������������������������������������������������������������������������������Mte��a������ta��a��t����eeaa
SPICY!
w ,
I Pure Spices in 1 -4 lb. pkgs.
1 Guaranteed
j j full strength and weight. Money returned if not better than any you have
At Ryall's Drug Store
WE  MEAN  IT
TKe Value of Economy
Many people fail to save, because they do not realize
the importance of small economies.
The practice, once begun, of laying aside a portion of
\our income, no matter how small, every week or month,
will soon become a fixed habit.
The. result in a few years will probably surprise, and
certainly   gratify you.
Make a start now by opening an account with a deposit   of  One   Dollar  or more.    We  pay interest every
three months and return your money any time you want
it.
General  Banking  Business  Conducted.      Collections are
Promptly and Satisfactorily Made.
Laying the Foundation
for buildings all over this district is what contractors are doing now. We have a superior
assort ment of the best building
materials ever offered here.
"Vancouver brand" Portland cement, Rosebank lime, Clay burn
and local brick, crushed rock,
the famous Pitt lake gravel,
clean sharp sand, hard wall
piaster. In fact anything you
need iu this line.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITED
���77..
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
( ..n'.il and Retervm
Incorporated
1869
Total Attetn
$8,290,000 ,8S9 $47,400,000
HANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      f. B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.0"
RESERVE       111.000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada act! New :e���tmUiui.  and   In   London,   England,
New  York,  Chicago and  SpoKaoe, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A 'Ion-
eral Hanking Business Transact-yl.
Letters of Credit issued, available witL correspondents in all uartu of the
World.
Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits  received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cert,  per annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over ��1P,S,000.000.00.
NEW  WESTMINSTER' URANOH '_   r.l   BRYMNER.  Manse*-
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths"
CO.AL
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS U PRESTON
'Phone   105.
- NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
BffitE; FROM STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH.
FLOUR
and FEED
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
Manui act met* and Daaurt in AU Kind, ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door��,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS^TTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
*M_MMM��a9.fl__aa
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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Electric Railway Service
I
*���
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and waT
stations will run every half-
hour from ",:;,(! a. in Last
car leavea at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:80.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over lhe
city line.
City Line: Cars leave tram *
office on the hour, tweaty min- t
utes after aDd forty minutes af- %
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. rn. ���
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
Bt ten minutes after the hour, *
half past an.i flft:* mtautes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  bairnouriy between 8.30 am. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd J
VMaMMMaaeMaa**-**-****-** *^WMHM��������������������<-��������������
Fine Salt���that dissolves quickly
on the food - Savouring delic.iously
��� never   gritty,   never   bitter.
WINDSOR  TABLE  SALT,
ei cow*-.
  14S
CHURCH
SERVICES
 -	
x.;..:--:?-::-.:-o-;;--.,;:,'.\.-     (Changes im- this column must   be
WantPfl -'-   Ifld    '    FminH       left at, or telephoned to, thla office by
nuniLU    .     LU31    .-  IUUI.U .,,���. ou Fridays.    1; .,��� ,,,
I  Ffll" ^3_P  ���*. Tn Pont   '   Ftr llLI-*' church notice  rrom  this  column
| nil Ml*.   .   !U Mill v Ltt. I lndlcatl.. that no C(ll,,. haa been turncU
In by thi . othei   i sponsible
ty.)
LOST-  .. rg<   Irish net,,-,- (blind), an- Sunday. Sept. 13
������ ^V  U"m*-    ��    "D"ke'"      QUEEN'S AVENUE METHODIST-
R��wa     oi    eturnlng same to Prank   ���_,_  ���.  ....        .     .   _ ,
,   WIndsorhot( He.. W. 11. Barraclough, B.A., pastor.
Regular services ai il a.m. and T p.m.
Sunday school and Bible classes    al
-  10    p.m.    Pastor's   morning    topl<
"Christian    vs.    Chrlstless   Nations."
' Evening topic,  --"Visions Which   Lead
Us nn."   A reception service will be
! held at the evening service.
OLIVET   BAPTIST���Rev.    M.    L.
WANTED���Girl to help    in    general >RuS��- D-D- pastor.    Services 11 a.m.
Morning subject.  ��� Hand-
i'\i ning,    "Light    Weight
WAN i
Ro m and
boar
1 foi
s ng ,
gen: ���
i.    Write
Box
H .
N> -,\
office,
WANTED
��� Young vvoinei
uaqd   to
pressing
Apply at
the
Roy;
1 City
Dye V.aii
IY,-.
bouBework.   Apply Mrs. P. Latham,
Third avenue and Fourth street.
LOST���Between    Sixth    avenue   and
Tlmberland,    lady's   brown    loathe;
an , ,  p.m.
shaking";
People."
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN���
Rev-  .T.  S.  Henderson,    pastor.    Ser-
hand   bay,  containing    purse.    goldJvicea  u  a.m. and    7    p.m.    Sabbath
watch and chain, etc.    Finder  will  school and Bible class 2:30 p.m.
be rewarded   by returning   to Mies ,x,>  subjects  received.I
Conner, Post Office. WEST END METHODIST���Rev. V.
A. Magee, pastor.   Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 p.m.   Class meeting   at 10 a.m.
Sunday school at 2:30 p.m;  Epworth
TO RE.NT���Two modern houses, seven I
rooms, electric light, hot   and cold
water bath, separate toilets; chicken
house;   21S  and    220 Tenth street;
rent |16.00.   Apply to Phoue A 179.
League Monday at S p.m.; prayer
meeting Wednesday at S p.m. Pastor
will preach morning and evening.
KNOX PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Sapperton���Rev. E. G. Thompson, M.
X., pastor. Public worship, morning,
11  a.m.;   evening,    7    p.m.    Sabbath
TO RE.NT���House on Brunette street,;
Sapperton,  modern,   five    rooms, I
Hb.   Apply   White,   Shiles   &   Co.,
Columbia street. i
 (school   and   Bible    class    2:30    p.m.
WANTED���A   white   waitress.   Apply prayer meeting Wednesday    evening
West  End  Restaurant. ! at 7:3o.   Y. P. S. C. E. Monday 7:30
WANTED-Hats to retrim, also have'|l>��**     The Sacrament of the lord's
Supper will be observed at the morn-
new hats and trimmings
and Tenth streets.
Auckland
| ing service.
SAPPERTON METHODIST
Rev.
FOR  SALE���House,  stable   and  two L.  Thomas, pastor.    Services at   11
lots,   cleared  and  fenced,    Second j a.m. and 7 p.m.
strait   and   Tenth  avenue;     price
reasonable, and terms easy.    Also,
No   subjects  received.
ST. PAUL'S REFORMED EP1SCO-
two  lots   adjoining,  nearly  cleared.! PAL���Rev. A. deB. Owen, rector. Ser-
Apply to George Sharp, on the pre- I vice at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.   Holy Com-
mises. ��� amnion first Sunday in the month af-
 ,���, ; ter morning service.    Prayer meeting
house-1
'on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.
No subjects received.
\    COLL1NGWOOD      METHODIST ���
 ______������ 1 Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Sun-
WANTED���Girl for assisting in hou e- i day school at 10 a.m.   Epworth League
WANTED.���Girl for genera
work in family of two; apply
2566 Cornwall St., KiU-ilano, Vancouver.
work and  in  attending  to two  infants. 437 Third ave., near 2nd st.
WANTED���Nursemaid;    apply
(Dr.)  Jones, Royal Avenue.
Mr j
WANTED���School children to board
for next term in refined private
family. Apply Mrs. B. B., Daily
News office.
WANTED���Japanese uoy attending!
school wants work with good family; j
understands cooking; wages. Apply j
to V. O. Box 545, City.
WANTED-Japanese boy or   girl
housework,    daily.    Hardwick,
Andrewis street.
Tuesday S p.m. Dundonald school
house; Service at 2 p.m. and Sunday
school at 3 p.m. Rev W. Ewart Jones,
(pastor.)
No subjects received.
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, H.
W. W, Bronnvicli, East Burnaby. Services as fdllows: East Burnaby, Sunday school at two o'clock; preaching
service at 3 p.m ; young people's service, at 7:30 p.m.; Thursday, prayer
service al 8 p.m. West Burnaby.
Sunday school at 2:30 and preaching
at 7:30.
No subjects received.
THE CITY  MISSION   will  conduct
services at their hall ou Eight street
jest   a   few   doors    above    Cnlumb ;
���T^U'.reet. Sunday afternoon a' 3 o'clock
'and at  7:30 p.m.,  also on the street
foi
St.
WANTED���Ladylike young person toi
light, housekeeping.    Student at <���*** j S;. tll,.,jay nlght at 7;30 o'clock,
lpge in return for board would  be      1(OLY TRINITY���Celebration of the
acceptable.   P. O. Box 667. City.     j H())y   Communlon   g    a.nV|   Matins.
Litany and sermon 11 a.m.   Evensong
POR    SALB���Motor    munch;    well-
found and fast; seats fourteen passengers.    Apply to Motor , Box
New Westminster.
M.
WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms;  must ibe moderate;    near
bridge preferred. Apply POM Office
Box 732.
md .si rinon t p.m.
No   BUDjectS   receive,).
LUTHERAN CHURCH���Rev. B.
Sand, pastor.
No   subjects   received.
A.
VESTM1NST E R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
20C Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750. Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Mate  and Female  Help Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEcEY   STS..
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone  431. P. O. 6o*  885.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Loute
! for CONRAD. CARCROSS. ATLIN,
i WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (excepi
j Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect witb
.tages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Fn-  information applv to
].  fl   ROGERS, Traffic Man.get,
SUBSCRIPTIONS COMING  IN
FOK FRASER CENTENNIAL
The following donations lune been
receivi l so [ar a,wards lhe dollai'
subscription collection tor the Blmon
Eraser centennial tund. T'ne News
will acknowledge any Bent to Exhibition Manager, cure ol City Hall, ami
a si pnrate account will be opened at
on�� ol the b*nka. Donations will be
welcome at once as the monument la
1 .-iin ady ordered, ,|
: Duke of Norfolk   i'J.tKI
Miss Praser (Hamilton)   l.oo
! R. K. (iosnell    1.00
|B>- s. Peters (Fraser Lake)  1.00
; \   Q,  McKay     1.00
W.  II   Keary     1.00
IO.   A.  Eraser 1.00
i Simon Eraser 1.00
Judge Howay   1.00
Mrs. Howay '. 1.00
A. W. McLeod 1.00
H. L. Edmonds   1.00
|W, .1. Whiteside  1.00
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister au<_
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum-
! M�� and MrKenzle streets. New West-
minster. B. C.
WF. HANSFORD.   Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner     Columbia     and     McKenzie
i streetB, New Westminster, B. 0.
W. MYER8 GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor,
Curtis block, Clarkson street. P. O.
Box 10,9.   Telephone 64.
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Published by the Daily News PuV
Iiahing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets. New Westminster, B.  C.
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
SATURDAY.   SEPTEMBER    12.   1908.
"Get the Habit
A Dinner Set
. is a necessity In every home,
and to encourage you to
throw away all those cracked
and chipped dishes, we 'iffer
aB a special today a
98 Piece Mycasa Dinner Set
for $9.75.
Only a few sets in sto ik, so
come early and gel yours
first.
Monday's Special���Maple Leaf White
and Gold Cups and Saucers at 95c doz.
TheY
air
ELECTORAL   FIGURING.
Au' election calculation made recently by the Toronto World is being Industriously reproduced by ths
Conservative Press. The World, after a review of the field, persuades
itself that at the close, of the impending election Mr. Borden will have a
majority of three in a full house.
Anyone who is familiar with the case
will agree tbat it needed an agile
arithmetician, with an exceptionally
full stock of optimism, to figure out
even this unpromising result. He
certainly gave everything except Liberal hive- to the Conservatives. There
is a Liberal calculation in circulation
based on quile the opposite principle.
It concedes every constituency that
lias ihe faintest possible chance of
being found in the Conservative column, and figures out a majority of
ten for the Liberal party. This is
withoul a shadow of doubt the irreducible minimum. The wildest figurer.
unless be started out determined to
wipe out the Liberal majority with
his- pencil, could not get. below that
figure.
The Liberal majority in the House
ai the present moment is 74. Every
,seat formerly held by a Liberal has
been retained In the bye-elections of
the past two or three years, with two
exceptions. The exceptions were Colchester (and the means by which that
was won are now only too apparent)
and London, where no Liberal candidate ran. Several constituencies held
by opponents of the Government were
redeemed in bye-elections. The bye-
elections therefore do not encourage
the Conservatives to hope that'they
can materially reduce the Government's majority. Every rational Cou-
Bervative knows on tlie face of the "We buy for cash and sell
figures that the Laurier Government same."
will, to put it in a most moderate
statement, retuni from the polls wjth
good  working majority.
If  the utmosl    the    Conserva
could  hope tor  would  be a majority
of thi  e,   would   nol   their  return  to
power at thi    [unci      , whei
lies counti        ���    resuming its
���,':,:     .��� !l ivit;. ;"   :. ,' liing shot t of a
mi:.;      la]    [isastei        With   such   a
ij , ii 5 they could nol carry on public
'airs and a period of doubt and heRl-
lon would follow and read unfavor-
ily   m ��� very Interesl of the countrj.
The matti r need nol be very si r-
. mslj dl c isi ed, fo lere I i arcelj
i   poi sihilit ��� ,,!' such a result, but it
tiovei   evi rj   elector   ��ho  has   the
good ol  thi  country at hearl  to
no uni irned  to  make the  l.ib-
, ral  _ ijoi iy as large as posslbli
thai   thi   year  1909  may   be  made  a
bann .   j i ar throughout the business
and   Industrial  community,
There will  be no hesitation as  b
tween   Laurie:-  and   Borden,   Fielding
nnd Fosti r,    Lei Canada Flourish,
necessity in inviting trouble by allowing indiscriminate importation of
men who can never be nationalized.
Years or' time have failed to do it in
the I'nited Stales. It would be the
same in  Canada.���Calgary Herald.
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
A "Unique   Advertisement.
Mr. J. Eugene Brown, the clothier, j
is circulating all over the city a card
advertising in the form of a shipping
tag, and reads "Tag You're it." Bring!
this tag with you when making your
purchase and the number on it may
win   a   prize.     Your   purchase    must
amount  to  50c  or  over.    You    may
hold the  lucky  number.     Make  your
way   to  J.   B.  Brown's  and  invest  a i
half.
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OF ..
HORACE DORER'S
240 Columbia  Street.
New Westminster.
Tuesday's    Special���4   Piece   Table
Sets���Near Cut Glass��� for $1.20 each.
Big Auction
PRICES LOWER THAN
EVER!
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, Clocks,
Cut GlaSS, EtC,   Regardless of Cost!
Two Bi�� Sales Daily
2:30 and 7:30 p. m.
4 Elegant Presents given away free at each sale.
J. A. SINCLAIR, Auctioneer
HORACE DORER, Jeweler
for the
"Thirty feet tu tr,e gulf.'
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About Shoes
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"THF
.Ba.-.   NAM '-^J,
One   -s.i-_._i.    Only
Thursday, Sept. 17
0 TAKE  HEED  IN TIME.
The "yi How peril" riots whii h Canada hae experienced on the Coa3l
have been repeated In an Intensified
form In the Springfield, 111., disordera,
Of all the troublesome questions of
empire builders there is none more
dlfflcule than the assimilation of people oi differenl colors Into .. harmonious nation,
The i,'public to the south had one
of 'b" hardesl problems of her statesmen In  retaining  peace between the
white  and  colored   Inh ibltants
treatmi nl  of the .negroes    dlsru]
the  nation half a  century  ag
though the breach is healed the fate
of the colored race is still one of the
unsolved  questions.    America can be
lefl to settle her own difficulties in her
own  way.  bul   there,  is a   warning  in
it.  for  Canada.
There is always a possibility of the
assimilation of any white race with
others; yet history has never shown
an instance where the colora have
united. The only possibility of I rouble
for Canada is In the Oriental Immigration. Stringent laws are drawn up
for the prevention Of their descending on Canada in large numbers. Let
them be enforced, maintained, or
made even more Stringent, There will
be many problems of alarming magnitude to face in the next few years
in Canada. They will be faced with
the assurance and clear sight of a
vigorous young nation.    There Is    no
We're after the Shoe trade of every
man and every family that can
make it possible to come here to
buy. That our shoes are away
above the level of "just shoes," and
that our prices defy competition,
are facts that will assert themselves if you will but take the
trouble to investigate. If you would be interested
83 in seeing the best $3.50 or $5 Men's Shoes, the best fv^
82 $3 and $3.50 Women's Shoos, the fc-st $1.50, $1.75 J#
Yd and $2 School Shoes���in fact, the best shoes any M
\)\ stated price ever bought for any man, woman or |^
83 child, you can see them here. We are now talking
63 Fall Shoes. Already we have unpacked several
jjR thousand dollars worth. Shoes have never been
0$ sold cheaper than we are selling them this fall;
::m *$3.50, $4.50 and $C are the popular prices for Men's
m Shoes; and $3 to $4 for Ladies'-fine fall Boots.
Boys' and Girls' School Shoes command our special
attention.
We've Shoes for Everybody
'.. lol,   World  Laugh.
Richards & Pringle's
,       FAMOUS
j     MINSTRELS
:  A  Maelstorm ol   Mirth and Melody.
Sweet Songs bj Southern Singers,
Dexterous Dunce, by Dixieland Dudes.
IA  Big  Ensemble  of   World's  Creates:
Comedians,
BIG   STREET   PARADE.
Prices���$1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c. Seats
I on Sale at  Ryall's.
ner jitt toi (nn r
M_x.l_.4_- nn. I K p
it's NOV-UUJl* L   I   I
jreci���MMU /lVLu.
FOR SALE BV
L
ower rraser
Ri
ver
breigkt and Passenger Service per
CC    '������."C i-*
OO.    Favorite
A Hardman.    a. Jame     i. McClujI*
PLUMBING
and   HEATIING
Front Streel    Trusl t
What They All Say
"I   didn't   know    -        ;:
get such kooiI w n      ��� A
minster."
The;.,, are the word    ' t>ne
of our customers (a |"'
ol -���-
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   8
Carrying trelghl and passengers to
an points between New Westminster
and Westham Island
i
Leaves Braokman-Ker's whart dally
at II p.m., except Saturdays, at 2 p.m.;
additional trip on Mondays, leaving at
5 a.m.
Returning leave Westham Island 7
,u.ni. daily, except Fridays at 6 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
at 5:110 p.m.
Calling at Steveston Tuesdays,"
Thursdays and Saturdays.
Tickets to Steveston und return 50
cents on Saturdays only.
���W       ADVERTISE      ���*��
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
It YOU War. a Situation,
slonal man)  when    we   ,,,>"
llvered    a    new    '"'   "*
j     stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CDHRFXT
MODERATE
THE SHOP TOJAjgj
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 383
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ol
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Waters
NEW  WESTMINSTER. "��� C' r^JR0'���������y,
gePTEMSER   12,   1908.
THE DAILY JSJ
PAOB FIVE.
b|E GUSH STORE'
T. H. SMITH    THE CO STORES
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OF
FALL
ILLINER Y
''^t^ N ; '������������ lights were visible for
a  considerable time   yesterday  even-
���'"-������ lh- ;' lit. or light being
especlall* , .-,. [n ,j,B east_
��*  these represent  starters or non-starters in the
>
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Tne  Flyei   irrlved yesterday with a'
scow of coal (ton   Ladysmith.
.Not made - , piease the ey���> but to
A mild ci| n   but strong on quality, j please  the  palate.    The "B. C." and
j the "Auto." *��� | "Old Sport" Cigars. ��*
To
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House
ishing
rurnis
8 wire tapestry in Floral and
Block  patterns.    Reg.  90c  and
$1.00 per yard, lor, 60c per yard
Make and Lay Free.
I
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��� iMammoth Furniture  Emporium
*        I   CTCC    Dl   r,ru     r*r\l  NUBIA    e-r o _=���-_���-t-      ���.,_?_./    ui_.eTii,a,eT_,n      r_      r
j been  cancelle I,
it.    Impossible
grounds for the
to     secure
Mine.
j     LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
��� Opposite Lome Street.     Phone 73.
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A cricket   match scheduled to takej    The  Dunsmuir Is at Pitt river   for
I place between   Westminster and Bur-j rock from the Pitt river quarries,
j ran! at Vancouver ihis afternoon has
-  - Burrards findingL ** ���*   forg,et  ��-*-'  lacrosse  match
suitable iSaturdav' Maple Leafs vs. New West-
j minster;  also baseball game. Central
j Park vs. Mew Westminster. Admission i ,,    v,    .��.-_.    i,
,, .   ., , ,   i ���_ u  ers   were,     Hugh   McDonal I,     James
tor cut !!o.' ���. ��� tor any floral work,|26 cents. I ... ...
���,, ,    .        ���, .���.   _.' Lewis,  James   Mundav,   A.   Malins.  J.
ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 181. * j    _ _   _ IT ,,    .  ., , .. , '    .
E. S. Clouston, general manager   ofl-'- Cambridge and Nels .Nelson.
Frank    Bllodeau    i.s    leaving    this! the   Bank  of  Montreal,   has  donated'    Members   of   the  Catholio    Mutual
witation  to every lady in  New
Westminster to view the
display
Saturday,
Monday,'
Sept. 12th
Sept. 14th
��
Dear   Madam:
You are cordially invited to attend
tlie first display of Pall Headwear
f,,r women on the above mentioned
dates.
We have spared neither trouble nor
expense to present to you all that is
authentic and fashionaole in millinery
for tne  fall.
Whether   you   p'jrc'.rfsa   or   not,   we
b;  pleased  to  show  you  our display of exquisite French. English  and
American   models.
We have a large staff of experienced
.���.-.rkmen who are prepared to execute your made-tc-ci-der wants in
headwear, guarantee.ng co-i-plete satisfaction.
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T. H. SMITH
kadquarters    for   Women's   Ready-to-Wear
HOME OF THE HAT BEAUTIFUL
morning tor  Portland, Ore., where he! $200  to the Simon  Frase
will   lake an    electrical    engineering] fund,
ei.ur.e  in  I la    university.    He
will  be ab fi im  home  for about
twelve m":.
Tat;-.  Ifou're I'.
centennial - Benefit association were in attendance.
The display   of   floral   tributes   was
very large.
Mrs. Hush McDonald; Mr. and Mrs.
.1. Lewis, Mr. and .Mrs. J. Rennie;
Mr.  anil Mrs.  .1.  J.  Efford.
Crosses���Pat and Peter Devine; employees Westminster brewery; Mr.
and Mrs. .1. I. Keary; Mr. and Mrs.
i\els  Nelson;   Mr.   and   Mrs.   A.   L.
For first    la        it fl >���-'���   I     pot plants
Or  bOUque 0 -     Davis  tk  Son,
florists.   Tel   B208 **
I. eut, G   -:
meetin - ol I
of this '-i1-
the  Dominion
l lort ,,,iii,i presided at a
3outh African veterans
esterday  evening, when
laud    grants    recently
made to men who served In the Boer
war   were  dlscussi l   al  some    length.
. About ten of the members of the local
[association   are   entitled  to   a  grant
under the nrovi -; ins of the ar'.
Miss Ella Walker will he at. the residence of Mrs. Charles Watson, 190
��� Fourth street, from eleven o'clock un-
: til 4 p.m. on Saturday. Sept. 12. to
make arrangements for her classes in
j vocal instruction. **
The final shoot for the Dominion
���take lace ai the range across
the riv; this afternoon. V. H. C.
Abbott, who is leading all other com-
petltors by a good margin, stands
very little chance of being beaten in
this final shoot. C. H. Judd. the runner
up, being forty-five points behind Abbott, who has been shooting in fine
stvle all season.
As was expected, the late Alexandei
Sprays���Leland   ami    Mabel    Arm-  Lavery;   officers of the B. C.   peni-
strong;  Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Armstrong     mttary;   Mr.   and   -Mrs.   Chambers;
Mrs.  D.  D.
Beaton, df Otter, did noi long survive :iI,,! MiBa K- Arn��tt-ong;
his wife, who died a lew  weeks ago   BoUTke a,ui K'*'io;  Mr* **���*'��� Mrs* W*
He  was critical!}   111 at  th,   time of "��� '*"w,"'; S. Brown and G��orge Ren-
her death.    H��� 1
eaves a
large family.   "''���'"���   ���**''���   -�����'*
Mrs.  <*_.   T.  Cameron;
Mr.   m,1  Mrs.   (.    Cameron;   Mr.  and
Columbian college will  reopen at ;.*   Mrs. \\. J. Carroll;    Mrs.   C. Digby;
a.m. Tue. lay, Sept, l".   Classes in   alljcapt.and .Mrs. DeBeck; Mr. and Mrs.
departmenl    will    egin a' the   aboveiG. Mann; Mr. and -Mrs. G. G. Davey;
hour.    Gymnasium   classes   for   the j Mr. and Mrs. Gillespie; B. Falch, Mr.  sociation.
general  public wiil open at the same | and Mrs   T.   Freeman;  Mr. and -Mrs.'     Harp���Mr. and Mrs. W. Henderson
Tickets  good  for the    college Hutchinson;   Mr.  and Mrs.   Munday; ,     The funeral arrangements were car
Mr, and Mrs. L. Reid; Mr. and Mrs.
'..a Barge; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Woods
and Mr.  and Mrs.  .1.  N.  Aitchison.
Wreaths���J. and Miss Walmsley;
Mrs. Devoy and Mrs. J. Hame; Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Matheson: E.
Digby.
Crown���Catholic Mutual Benefit as-
time.
For    sale���Seven    roomed    liouse,
bath   room,   pantries,   closets,   woodshed;     horse   stall,  carriage   house;
[fruit  trees; on  full lot.    For further
artlculars    pply to owner, 192 Eighth
si ;���' et.
year   ibtained at the charge
of ft*  each. **
The m, rubers of the children's ward
fund committee will be given an excursion direel to Second beach this
morning, leaving the tram office at
9:30 sharp. A few tickets will be
sold for adults at 40 cents to cover
expenses.
The funeral of the late Frank Heay,
the unfortunate boy who lost his life
from a gun accident, on a mountain
near Agassi/, on Thursday, has been
fixed for Monday afternoon at two
o'clock, details being left for the arrival of his mother. Mrs. Heay, from
O'Briens, seventeen miles from
Seattle. Mr. Heay leaves for the south
today to inform his wife of the
fatality.
Mr.   and
Mrs.
Jesse Huff;
Mt.
and
rie
out by D. Murchie.
���
N
of Hamilton, Ont., and
Quite a number of local people have]
signified        ii   ln1  ution   of   going   Up
to I'liilliwack this morning to take in
the races ai that place, the attraction.
always proving a strong _ awing card!
Hamilton, unt., ana  wjt*n  followers of the sport of kings, j
i   Vll ;,  ,   irs-a re ident of this city, The Ramona is due to leave this city.
,-lsiting   his old home  after    an|at 6:30 a.m., reaching Chilliwack   in
..... ol    over   three    years.    Mr   ��� ��� ,.,. for the &rsi race thhs afte
. is well known as an Inventor ol j The return journey will be ma
note, having been Instrumental in introducing t" public use many median!
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Comprising the Northern Bank and the Crown Bank of Canada,
amalgamated under authority of Act of Parliament.
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Fully equipped to undertake every description of Banking transaction.
Issues Travellers' and Commercial Letters of Credit, available
in   ill parts of the World.
J. E. ALL.\N, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
cal  devices  now  in  general    use
\00KS LEY'S
.* Picture :
^ST CARDS
E NOW ON SALE aT
&REY'S STATIONERY  STORE.
IGAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
|CKENtlE'8 DRUG STORE,
Important Notice
morrow, the boat leaving Chilliwack
al seven o'clock in the morning. A
number of fine looking specimens of
s and canneries. One of hislthe equine race were shipped to
best known inventions consists of a Chilliwack yesterday, but the u.:>
machine used in the manufacture of 0f the races will be between Horses
floats for salmon nets. owned by farmers in the district.
Tag, Yofl-re it. **
Only three    witiuing    tickets    were
held locally In the Salmon sweep on
| the St. Leger race, run at Doncaster,
| England, on  Wednesday,    the    lucky
numbers being 621 (Queen Anne). 673
(Parisienne) and 2924 iWhite Fang).
, These we.re held ,by George Wolfen-
!den, George Cunningham and   Frank
Br lad.   it is uot yel known whether
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Peaches $1.15!
NEW   WHITE  STAR   LINER
FOR  CANADIAN   RUN
Westminster
fansf er Co
.���ti in
18a,
Barn 'Phone 13?
Columbia Street
The  plans,  profile  and  estimate   ol
cost ot the proposed permanent lm-
provement ot Columbia   Btreet    (In- j
eluding a main, trunk Bewer, cement
sidewalks and street paving) have
beeu prepared and placed ou view in
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  190S.
This Week
London, Sept. 10. ��� The pioneer
boat of the new service from Britain
to Canada, under the WJiite Star flag,
the Laureiuic, 14,000 tons, was launched at Belfast today. Great secrecy is
observed regarding her speed, but it
is expected she will he very fast. She
is the first passenger steamer fitted
with combination high pressure piston
aud   low   pressure turbine   machinery.
Th.
A CRATE
Last of the Season
THE
Public Supply Stores GEVop*MS !
Columbia  Street.       New   Westminster,  B. C.       Phone 92.
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tags
Slivered   promptly
anv part or the city.
t and He
���>FI*ICE-
to
leavy Hauling
TRAM DEPOT.
tewsome&Sons
iint��> end Decorator,
fimate�� on All Work Qlven
M Avenue
N*u>Weatminst9r
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers and freight.
Leaves Brackman ft Ker wharf,
New Westminster, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leave.i Chilliwack Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.   B.  0.
R. WHITMOBF, Secretary.
Bargains
on our entire stock of
Handbags
from 50 cents up
Forty-six Years in the  North,
Ldnionton, Sept.    11.���.\fter    forty-1
We are giving! six years In tne north at Fort Cliipe- I
weyan, where tor almost a half a century he remained constantly without
a visit to the outer   civilization, Wil-
iam Wytie, a long-bearded patriarchal-'
looking   employee  of    the     Hudson's
Buy company, came to the city yesterday and leaves shortly on a visit With
his wife and sons to his old home in
the Orkney islands, at the north   of
Scotland.    Mr.  Wylte came    to  Fori
Chlpeweyan overland    from    Norway
Mouse in IS02 and has remained   at
that post up to the present time   as
blacksmith for   the   company.    Now,
after    almost    a    lifetime   residence
among the lonely wilds, he is leaving
for the home of his children.
:
The Smile
That Won't
Come Off
CURTIS'
Drug Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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FUNERAL OF C. H. DYNES.
The funeral of the late Charles
Henry Dynes, who wa3 killed on Wednesday at Leopold Place by a Sapperton car, No. 106, took place yesterday
morning at St. Peter's Cathedral,
Mass being sung. There was a very
large attendance both at the cathedral
and nt the Catholic cemetery, the fea-
___��� j ture of the attendance at the graveside
1 being the large number of Japanese
p.S.-Can give you better value   on present.     Rev.   Father   O'Boyle  con-
spectacles than others.    We make a
specialty of this Un��.
THIS IS THE WA/ I MAKE PEOPLE HAPPY EVERY DAY,
NOT ONLY WHEN I PLACE THEIR INSURANCE AND SAVE
THEM REAL DOLLARS, BUT ALSO BY THE PROMPT MANNER
IN WHICH THE COMPANIES I REPRESENT SETTLE WHEN
LOSSES OCCUR, WHICH IS FROM ONE TO FOURTEEN DAYS
FOR  THE  LARGEST  CLAIMS.
I
lucted the services.   There were three %
' mourning coaches uni Um pall-bear- V
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY XEWS.
SATURDAY
SEpT��MBER
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MARKET
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There was an unusually good market yesterday, ana a good auction
sale. Three auctioneers wore busy-
in the rings, and there was a large
attendance of both buyers and sellers.
All lines of produce were well represented, and a good turnover or* business was done. Now that the harvest
is over the farmers ,are able to come
iu to the market. Next work the new
market offices will he opened.
Meat and Fish
Xow that the warm weather is tm
the wane, there was again.a large sup-
ply ol meat and lish of all kinds. Of
bvei there was a good offering, all
prime stock soiling readily, the demand being equal io the supply for
mutton and lamb. For veal there was
a large call, and a strong demand
ruled for good medium quality moat.
Fork is now plentiful as with cool
weather its keeping qualities are improved. Cohoes sold at 12y2 cents,
halibut and cod at usual figures. The
close season naturally makes itself
felt on the supply offered.
Eggs,   Butter  and Poultry.
Prices for eggs, wholesale and retail, ,joth showed au upward tendency,
and tue sellers liad apparently resolved to keep the butter market nard,
as prices remain very high for an
agricultural district, better qualities
being at least live cents higher than
ut the corresponding period of last
year. The advance on eggs wholesale
per dozen was two cents, all finding
a ready sale. The demand for poultry
remains goods, and all chickens readily changed hands. All broilers sold
at prices approximating to size of
stock wituout any trouble. Demand
aud price ruled medium for ducks.
The chief features of the fruit and
vegetable stalls were the number of
new faces, and the continued brisk
offering of fresh vegetables. Fruit
was principally apples, pears and
plums. A large number of boxes of
apples reached the market and sold
well, and pears reached the building
in in increasing quantities. Egg plums,
greengages and damsons all came in
well, and somewhat gutted the mar-
ket, quite a large number remaining
unsold. There were also a few late
blackberries. Tomatoes and potatoes
were seen in abundance* the latter
selling low at presenl. Smaller vegetables seld at usual figures. Cut
flowers consisted mainly of asters and
dahlias. Foliage plants also sold
satisfactorily.
The throe rings report medium business, prices continuing low tor stock.
Among the horse sal< s put through
were: Bay horse $IU', horse, rig and
harness $1*5, horse, rig and harness
$__, and sorrel horse ?80. One cow
changed hands at $65, but generally
figures were much lower, a Jersey
bull finding a new owner at $:_1. ,1.
���J ravers conducted a good business,
and N. S. Ross is developing a fair
Bale.
Official  Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, 9 to  ltic;  fore-
qila-lters.  .  to *',1j.c;  million   12 lo  I3c.
lamb, 13 ko iu-; veal, medium lie,
large; S^ to 9c; pork S to S^o; eggs,
retail, per dozen, 40c, wholesale, ;;���",
to 37c; butter 35 to iOc; Fowl, per
lozen, *7 to $7.50; chickens, $4.o0 to
$6;   broiler.-,   $3   to   $ I;   ducks,   $6   lo
$7.50; blackberries, per eral.,' $1;
apples, 90c to $1; plums, 40c; pears,
80c to $1.  potatoes, ,-si i per ton.
(, PURE GOODS ARE
COWan'S Perfection COGOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERT GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE CO-WAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
��� Liberal Convention
I
A Convention will be held at New
Westminster,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 30, 1908,
(the second day of the Provincial Fair),
in the Hardman Hall, at 2 p. m., for the purpose
of nominating a candidate in the interests of the
Liberal party.
Primary meetings are to be held between the
22nd and 30th of September.
Each district association is entitled to send
one delegate for every fifty voters.
Credentials to be signed by the president and
secretary of the different district associations, or
the chairman and secretary of primary meetings.
J. W. MacDonald, President,
W. J. Cunningham, Secretary.
New Westminster Liberal Association.
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All Iron Wringers
With guarantee rollers made of the highest grade Para rubber
We have the wood frames with enclosed cogs. In washing machines
wp have tiie Knall, Paragon, 20th Century, Re-acting, and other
main's.    Call and see our lines.
T. J. Trapp & Co.,  Limited
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"Get Rich  Quick
Wallingf ord "
i'n'. Clay'i  Co.
21,    lose.
-1,   A  Good   Fellow.
-���",.     Isle ,;|   Spice.
S     Knight  for a   Day.
Oct.  II  -Flaming Arrow.
(let, 15.���Honeymooners.
Oct,   ni. -Tli.' Jefferson  Poys.
Oct.   27.--Holy   City.
in t. 29.���Just  Out  of College.
Nov.   I.Too Proud to Beg.
Nov.   i::.���Montana  Limited.
Nov. 18.���Hip Hi], Hooray,
Nov.   20.���Willard   Mack.
Nov. 26���The Now Dominion.
Dec. l.���Pun on Broadway,
Dec. 2.���The  Lion and the .Mouse.
In c,  :: ���  Little Johnny  Jones.
I'i o. '���'.���Arizona.
Dec 10,.���Why  Girls  Leave Home.
Dec,   21.���50  .Miles Prom   Uosloii.
Dec.   24.���Bahes   in Toylnnd.
Dec.  2D.���Sandy  Bottom.
Der.  89.���The  Greal Divide,
Di       to.- -Florence Roberts.
Jan. .". Her First False Step.
Jan.  6.���Shore Acres.
.Ian. 16.���Theodora Lon-h.
Jan.   __,S.���Devils   Auction.
.Ian.  20.���San  Antonio.
feh, 1.'!.���Jar*.- Eyre. i
A Story of Promotion.
PRICE
For Pleasure and Profit.
$1.25
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Booksellers
Stationers
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have Tor the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, .iut st.art your orchard right, by buying from A
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation, as
well as getting acclimated trees. We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
can handle your order, no matter what the size. If we have no
agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prices.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.   I
VV. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
Canadian P
^Railway,
���rltlsh Columbi, c
Strvic
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Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
j Corner Eighth St ana   Fifth Avenue
PHONE --.70.
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietor*.
NOTICE
Canadian     North-Wett
.ynopsis     Of
Homestead   Regulations.
,y.. even numbered section uf Dominion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan aud Alberta, excepting b aud 20,
cot reservod, may be homesteaded by
i any person who is the sole head of a
, family, or any male over IS years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter sec-!
tlon of IliO acres, more' or less.
Application   for   entry     must     be
made  in poison   by  the  applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency    or    sub-
'agfciK-y  lor the district in which the
Hand is situate.   Eutry by prosy may,
' however,  be made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or eister of
��� an Intending homesteader.
Tbe homesteader is rejuired to per-
; form the homestead duties under one
of the fol.owing plan.1**
(IJ At least six months' residence
: upon and cultivation of the land iu
| each year for three years.
(2) a jiomesteader may, if he so
dssires, perform the required residence duties hy living on farming
land owned solely bv him. not less
thau eighty   (SO)  acres in extent, in
Joint
TIMETABLE
skagway ROut
Princess    .y.
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September  9, ]
VANCOUVER   V.CTOmA   SEaTt,
ROUTE. !L1
Princess  Victoria ������.,,.. ,,
o p,i,��� daily, ,,   ; ;^<-Hi
VANtOUVER-viCTORi.".,
Princess Victoria llav^y ��Uc|
dally except Tuet I      ��� ,   '
Steamer Charmer at ip.m,d%
���' a,m, daily',
Maa,
Having been crowded out of business, 1 offer for sale my whole- stock
and equipments, Cameras 11-11 and
8-10, Stamps, apd two view 6-7 and
11-14; Lenses Voightlander 14-17 and
half, Darlot S-10 and Derogee S-10,
back and head grounds, mounts, furniture, stoves, burnisher, trays, flash
lamps, etc., etc.    A large assorment
of    Picture    Frames    and    amateur ] the vicln-ty 0f ^\s homestead,
mounts.    Photos one-quarter off  f��r| ownership in land will not meet this
Princess  U<,..
cept Wednesday
vancouver-.se, ttle Route|
bteamer   Princi       ��� ������ ,, j   "-,
��:^Lm'r-:;!!^
On Sundays leavi , Vancouver.
for Seattle via Victoria
R0U*ri
balance of this month.
CORNISH'S  STUDIO
City Voters' List
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 I
from the date hereof; and any person j
who shall  claim to be added to the j
said Voters' List, or any elector who j
shall desire to have any name eiased j
therefrom, must prefer his  or her re-,
quest in  writing, signed with "nis or
her name, and shall deliver or cause;
same to be delivered, to tho City Clerk |
within  the  time hereinbefore    sped- j
fled.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, City  Hall, New
Westminster, Sept. 4, 1908.
Tenders
NOTICE   TO   PLUMBERS.
requirement.
(3) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
has permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
ln the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4) Tne term "vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more tl��an nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road allowances crossed in '.he
measurement.
(6) A homesteader Intending to
perform his residence duties iu accordance with the above while living
,vith parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
tie given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. B,���Unauthorized r-ibllcatlon ol
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
WESTMINSTER.VICTORIA
S.S   Trader,,,   ,,,,,Vi
.New Westminster every T'j.sdav
Leaves .New Westminster onwJ
nesday. " '''
WEST   COAST  route
8-8. Teei
Leaves Victorian p.m. 1st, mi"
and 20th of each month fot Clayom'
MosquUo Harbor and way m
of each month for Quatsino and
ports; 20th of each montl tortfei
Quatsino, Cape Scott and waj joiti
VANCOUVER-NANAIM0 ROUTl
8. S. Joan
LeaveB Vancouver 1:30
except  Sunday
i a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO,
COMOX-UNION
PU.
Leaves NWml
Tenders are called for the plumbing of the new West End school
house. Plans and specifications
can be seen at the City Hall.
Tenders must be made on form supplied ami as noted on specifications.
A cheque for 10 per cent, of value of
contract must accompany tender, the
same to be forfeited if contractor refuses to accept contract. Tenders must
Tenders Wanted
Public tenders are requested for the
Westend school. Plans and specifications 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
.   NANAlMi
ROUTE,
8.8. City of Nanaimo,
Leaves Victoria Tuesday " a.m,
rives Nanaimo 4 p.m,
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. |
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUf|
ETC.
8. 8. Queen City.
Prom Victoria 8 p.m. every
day, form Vancouver 10 a.m. fori
and intermediate points. Returainjl
Vancouver Sunday a.:,'rri"0a; Vict(|
Monday morning, via Lady.mill
NORTHERN B, C. ROUTE,
S.S.  Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd   n | li|)|
every month at & p.m.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From   New   Westminster 1M
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday,
and Saturday.
be  in the  hands  of the secretary  of same to be forfeited if contractor re-
the school board not later than iwlcve
noon, Monday 21st of September, 1908.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretary.
Canadian Pacific;
RAILWAY COMPANY
fuses to accept contract. Tenders miisi
be in the hands of the secretary of
the school board not later than twelve
noon, Friday, llth of September, 190S.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretary,
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hj^fLands for Delinquent Taxes in the
Municipality of Burnaby, Province of B. C.
Thomas Saunders, Collector of the Municipality of the Township or Di- Burnaby,   hereby
1 CbftrleS   ant to the Municipal Clauses Act, 1906, and amendments thereto thai ,l;l,   the 12m day
Le noti�� P"1'^' ^^ at the hour ot two O'ciock in the afternoon at the Municipa?   H Edmond's   Station,
t septemb��r;         |U 0^er for gaie at Public Auction the lands and real property of th- ,- .-.,   ,n ,Ul, llBt herein-
Lnia'oy. B'l; . ,'."'. delinquent taxes unpaid by the said persons on the 3lst day of Dec i:,0T,
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costs
Male, if t�����
il amount due is not sooner paid.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED.
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Lawrence
Charles
parrand,
I   Booth, Frank   .
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lAnderson,
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Harris, G. B	
18 Gilley, James it  and Walter R.
|! Whitney, VV. J
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UUKIER OPENS CAMPAIGN
WITH _ BRILLIANT SPEECH
(Continued from Page Two.)
in the district of Ungava.   Each wish-
mm
*     1     .
PURE AND WHOLESOME.
ONE POUND CAN 25e
E.VV.GILLETT^rtfS
TORONTO.ONT
the government of Canada will then
pa; him an annuity of $i_:0 a year as
long as he lives.
"This is a new branch of legislation.
li cannot be called insurance, because
the insurance companies do not    pay
you-.- heirs. This law provides for your
own old age, and you cannot lose any-
od to Increase Its area by the addition  lhi,1K- because if you die earlier in life
jof these territories, and we consider-1}0ur neira wiil recive the amount deled that their requests were just. This   P^ted   with the  government,   with  3
enanee will make Quebec the greatest   L"'r cent- Interest.    I wish to empha-
province of  the  Dominion,  and  will' siz"  thi*4  1(-'gislution,  because  it  will
It to hold  Ite  position as the j i"'ov**- o�� great assistance to those who
wish to provide for old age. No man
who has laid aside enough under this
Notice
Notice is hereby given that the Vancouver Power conipany. .Limited, has
this day deposited in the Laud Registry Office at the City of Now Westminster, British Columbia, the plan
and boob of reference o: the West-
minster-Chilliwack Railway Extension
from a poinl at 01 n ar lots one and
two, city block four in the City ol
New Westminster, to Ab otsford passing through the Municipalities of
Surrey, Delta, Langley, Matsqui and
the townsite of Ahbotsford in tho
District. ,,: New Westminster, being
section one. two and three of said
railway, as shown on the said plan and
approved and sanctioned by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
j the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 7th day of August, A. D.
''4  190S.
A. E. BECK,
Solicitor for the Vancouver Power
Company Limlte I,
Deportment ot Agriculture
enable
pivotal province of the Dominion. 1
am ,a citizen of Quebec, but 1 can assure all the other provinces that they
will have nothing to fear from the
justice done to Queoee. Further. I
tell you, citizens of Quebec, I do not
want you to dominate, nor do I wish
that the other provinces should dominate over you. (Applause.) We must
have our rights here, and they must
have their rights, and the work of our
government will be given to the protection of all these rights.
Old Age Pensions.
There is just one other question 1
wish to speak of which will int���: ���
ihe. people of this province, though
little is known of it. as yet, and that
is the old age pension    act.   We   all
te   insure   independence   of   $_U0
year, need have any fear for the
lieu. 1 know ii is rloar to the heart
of many before me tha' by the time
they shall attain the as;,- ot sixty the;
will be able to drop their work and
njoj some leisure in their latter days.
It is for that end we passed this Law,
under which if a man of twenty years,
capable and willing to work, puts
aside 25 cents a week, and continues
this   until  he  is  sixty  years of  age,
Sale of Government Quarantine Steamer " Earl."
30.04
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4.90
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Tenders   are    Invited for the purchase of the Government   Quarantine
Steamer  'Earl," lying at the Quarantine Station at William Head. British
Columbia,
The sale will be made.for cash.
The highest or any tender will not
necessarily  be  aci < pte I
Sealed ten h'vs  addressed    to    the
13.33 I undersigned and   endorse,!    -Tenders
16 76 tor Purchase of Steamer "Earl." will;
76 j be received ai this office up to Tuesday the 15th  September. 1908,  at  12
o'clock noon
By order,
A.  L.  .1ARVIS, Secretary.
Department of Agriculture, Ottawa,
7th August, 1908.
N.B.���Newspauers inserting this ad-
28.84 I vertisoment   without   authority   from
the Department will not be paid for it.
MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the Postmaster-General, will be received ,at Ottawa until noou on Friday,
the Second October, for the collection
of letters on a proposed contract for
four years, from the proposed Street
Letter Boxes in the,City of New Westminster, from the Postmaster-General's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
information as to conditions of proposed Contract may he seen and blank
forms of Tender may be obtained at
Posl Offices of New Westminster and
Sapperton and at the office ot the
Post Office Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Post Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office, Vancouver, B.C.,  21st August,  1908.
Bargains
Every Day
At Morey9s
40 piece Tea Sets. English China,  $4.50 to   $20.00.
10 piece To'.Iet Sot ,, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NEW  tilings  iu China arriving
every week now.
Come and see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.  MAIN   LINE.
9:3C
Leave New Westminster 7:15,
17:25 and 19:35.
Arrive at    New Westminster 9:20,
10:30, 18:35 and 20:40.
Overland  express  arrives at  10:30,
and 20:40; leaves 7:15 and 17:25.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
u\. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. 8eattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
l.v. N. W. 12:10 a.m.: ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
l.v. Seattle 8:10 a.m. , ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
l.v. Seattle 4:25 p.m., ar. N. W. 9:55
act
pei-
future."
Tactics   of   Opposition.
Dealing with tlie work of the opposition,  sir Wilfrid  Laurier  said:   -The
main work of the opposition since last
election has been to seek out and advertise petty scandals. I  wish to say
to the people of Canada that we have
not fallen so low as that. We <lo not
desire to merely  create scandal, ,but
knowing the position of the opposition,
1 am not surprised at the course they
have adopted. We all know the weapons the Conservatives are using, but
can tell the Conservatives that they
.will never teach the promised land by
such methods.  lApplause;) 1 can tell
the opposition that It a   few    black
sheep have strayed Into our Hock we
shall deem  it our duty not thei:'..  to
turn them  out. They  have  attacked
|tl_e marine department and tried to
, :reate   scandals   about  it,    and    we
! appointed Judge Cassels to look into
the  matter.    My  friend  Mr.   Brodeur
I Is a man of honor and integrity, and
one  of   whom   the   'people   of   Canada
I may  well  be proud, and Judge Cas-
-Is.   in his  investigation  within  the
last few days, has shown that his honor is fully vindicated.  (Applause.)  In
an organization like ours, with thousands of employees and tens of millions  of  dollars,  there  may  be   men
who are not all they should be. It is
our  work  to turn  them out, and we
shall do it.    The time has not come
for me to say when the elections shall
be, but when that time comes, 1 ask
you to judge our acts fairly and I feel
convinced that the people of Canada
will find that we have done our duty."
An   Apostle   of   Peace
Addressing the people of Sorel, more
directly,   Sir   Wilfrid   concluded:    "I
must thank you from the bottom of my
heart   for   the   cordial   welcome     you
have  given   me  and the appreciation
contained  in your  address,  especially
of my  endeavors to create  harmonious   relations   in   the  Dominion,    if
1 there is   one.  thing   of   whicli   1   am
j proud it  is that 1 have succeeded in
establishing peace and conciliation be-
[ rween the various elements of which
Our    population  is    composed.    The
blood which Hows in my veins is that
which   flows  in  yours,  you  people  of
the province of Que,' ec.    But  I have
never asked my fellow-countrymen to
support  me  because of  that.    But I
think I  have a right to ask you not
I to put nie aside because 1 am of your
race.   Some of the Conservatives have
I fallen  to   such   a depth  of  baseness
1 that their principal organ at Quebec,
I L'Evenement, asked the French of the
province to vote against me because. 1
Dated a
I Burnaby. B. C, this llth Day of August, 190L
C. T. SAUNDERS,
Collector of the Municipality of Burua iy.
���CRAKE
English Watchmaker
,W�� *" *2 <->*, Adrnm,, CW
J****��' Gobi Wi
Y^' 16.00.
Q*_nti.
atr,ae�� from 118.76 up.
Silver   Watch"    open
I WatlSttK.n'n Bit
te**i. Wfctc����. doubl.
|>eS?m!!!n,,:?hratert 8������i Bend
ChalM, S\   V" w��"��nted.
JTniurnc uirriflNFER and I x ahealler. barrister, so-
.TRAVERS valuator     'A*llcitor'etc> 42 Lorne 8treet>
  IftLUftiun ���   ���     !oppog,te Court Hou8e> New Westminster.   Phone 143.
Ali bualneaa In thla line guaranteed.
Phone A 243.
Auction ul* every Friday morning
en the Market square.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barrll-
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk,.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
��*���
ADVERTIS*1.       ���**�����
��� ��� IN ���
THE,   DtlLV      NEWS
FOR QUICK RETURNS.
M
[M1TIN & McQUARRIE, BARRI3-
ters. solicitors, etc.   Offices, New
j Westminster.   Trapp   Block.
Clarkson and 1/orne streets.
cornoi
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Tram Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tiro* Tables, etc.. wfflress
GEO. W. VAUX. '
Assistant Gen'l P*.<-.*..��ng6r and Ticket
Agent, 136 Adanu St. Ch_****go, IU.
a, in.
V., W. ft \.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 6:20 a.m., 3 p.m., and 9.55
p.m.
Lv. Vancouver S:35 a.m.,  t p.m. and
11:30  p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arriv Guichon fi p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Leave Gulchon 6:30 a.m., arrive New
Westminster 8:46, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
B. C. ELECTRIC���7AN00UVHR.
Leave New Westminster a1.:50, 6:20,
0:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every half
tour, thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Weatminater at
5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and halt hourly till
11:30 p.m.
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m. ar. N. W. 6:20l"niot your race (Shame.) That paper
says: 'We have always said that in a
country like ours, where the majority
Is Protestant and English, it is a misfortune f<wr our race that the prime
minister should he a Frenchman. An
English prime minister, who would
need the French group to keep him-
1 self in power, would always respect
our rights more and defend our privileges more vigorously than a French
prime minister could do, who must
necessarily count upon the good-will
of the English to keep himself in power.' -Shame, is lt?" cried Sir Wilfrid, "that the French-Canadians
should he separated into a group by
themselves? Such talk Is not the
patriotism of our people. We do not
want to dominate ,any other province.
All wo ask is
Equal Justice For All
whom Providence has brought to
this part of America. Today English
ami French are united because both
recognize no divisions of race ,and our
party works along principles which
are greater than racial divisions. I/at
me say that, although my friends ot
the English race are not perhaps quite
so dear to me as the French, 1 recognize them all as my fellow countrymen. 1 appeal to you, men of the
Richelieu, to stand by your history.
As In past days your ancestors fought
In the defence of our rights, so today.
I call upon you to work In the coming
elections as In the past tor that party,
which stands for equal rights and
liberty to all, and I would urge you
to be ready for the elections, whether
they come In 1908, or 1910, for whenever they come In our policy will always be the same ln this respect.
The conclusion   of    Sir    Wilfrid's
speech  was greeted .by an outburst
of enthusiasm quite remarkable ln a
I French-Canadian audience.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANT
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next sailings of the Empreasea
Sept. 4 and 18.
For other dates and particulars,
apply to
ED. GOT/LET,
C. P. R. Altnt.
or
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THE DALLY NEWS,
SATURDAY    5^
EMBER  12
P, O. Box  474.        Tel. 53.        Res. 429
Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   hences,   Crest-
ings, Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Tenders Wanted
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,   -   New Westminster
Separate   lenders   will   Le   received
: by the    undersigned   up to the 21st
: Inst, at  noon, for the carpenter work,
plumbing  and  painting of   new   Fire
i Hall,  to  be  built   at  the    corner    of
First  street and Fourth avenue.
Plans and specification., can be seen
al No.  1   Fire Hall.
The lowest or -my tender not neces-
j sarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
'     City Hall, Sept. 10, 1908.  ���
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I
"SLATER
SHOES"
Our fall stock of
Slater's Shoes
are here. We have them
in all widths, colors and
sizes. There isn't any foot
we can't fit, from size 5 to
size 14. Every pair has our
guarantee���money refunded if not satisfactory.
Remember, this is the
GENUINE Slater, we having the sole agency for this
city. Ask for it, insist on
having it, and take no other.
Sold only by
ll W. E. SINCLAIR
I The Reliable Shoe Man
EXHIBITION AMUSEMENT.
INCLUDE CANOE RACE
(Continued from Page One.)
school children, it was left to tht
school trustees to engage a teacher.
The sum of $200  was then voted as
ian appropriation for the day's aniu i
i ment,
Sports   Program.
A long discussion took place on the
question of lacrosse for the exhibition.
and to the special    committee    .Aid.
Gray and John Reid were added.   Mr.
! .Malcolmson on behalf of the Intermediate lacrosse elub, asked for ���>
match with the V. -���"_, C, which was
approved.    -Medals   will   be  presented
I to the winners of the game. The consensus of opinion favored Saturday.
Oct. ;.',, for ihe last lacrosse match between    Vancouver    and Westminster
; here.
F. 0. Canfield was appointed chair-
j man  of  the   baseball   committee,    to
'which $150 was voted, and It was decided   that   u   game   with Bellinghain
would be very acceptable.
Football Projected.
| On behalf of the Westminster foot-
ball  club, Mr.  Ryall  said  the    sport
I was growing, and deserved to be en-
i couraged.    It was the    only    winter
I sport, and if the directors wished to
fill up an afternoon the club was
willing to find a match. They did not
ask for money, but for a trophy.
The chairman did not foresee difficulty about the trophy, but said unless the game could be brought off in
the morning, there would be some
difficulty about the ground. i
It was left to Mr. Beaton, who was'
appointed chairman   of the    football
committee,  to meet the chairman of
the   other   games   committees   with
reference to the time of the game.      j
The meeting adjourned till Friday, I
the chairmen of committees   to   as- \
semble on Tuesday evening to confer,;
owing to the proximity of   the   exhibition, .      ... . .-#
The Trader only brought a small
load in yesterday from Victoria, and
If two trips a week are to be maintained, the Westminster business men
must support the boat more liberally.
i4+$******************'m%
I Buck
S
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X
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*
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I
LANGLEY
160 acres  at $13 an acre.
You can make 50 per cent on your
money before Xmas by buying this.
Diamond & Corbould,D
aws
This is the season to
cut yonr
CORD
WOOD
WE have a full line,
including Disston,
Shurly & Dietrich,
and other makes.
.Prices Right.
ominion Trust
Building
<���',
What's Up
-I CUilliwacl., -The New Ci'y on ibe Krai*'/* may ljt Been without
much loss of time, by taking In tht Weekend excursion by steamer
Ramona on >��� ^f
Saturday Next
leaving B. C. Electric wharf at 6:30, and going straight through to
Chilliwack.    Returning will leave Chilliwack    at    7 a.m.    Sunday
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* ANDERSON |
y LUSBY
252 COLUMBL STRUT.
New  Wattmeter,  B.  C
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morning.
Round Trip-Ticket, $2.50
HORSE   RACING
all Saturday afternoon, and the boat will arrive at. Chllllw
time for tirst race,
ack   iu
Good Hotel Accommoda^jon
jtel, just open*
'M-..I.W
Vfii.'-.T01!}. %00{i lu,1,,|s' Including the new Empress h,
,   ,).-;\,leo|ii^^g forty bedrooms, and oal. furniture V ,. |M (
ThV'ciiv of Chilliwack possesses two up tod     ni������������>*���������'���" ���
, ��� ,     �����>*?���'���-.ru. m    . ' .,.., i vcrv stable*,
which will thus afford you an opportunltj of i'     .
the ninety miles o f good roads In ChtlllWa
THF. GARDEN  OF THE  FR \SER VALLE"
rlvinn over some <>l
.,, and properly seeing
We Have
ALL KIND* Of        4
TOILET
REQUISITES
Of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster,   f fe
Fall Millinery
Opening
Saturday, Sept. 12
Monday, Sept 14
and following days.
We announce our grand opening display of up-
to-date Fall Millinery.
Our Millinery show rooms are
in charge of Miss Bennett, who
has lately arrived from the East in
company with Miss Andrews, who
is in charge of the Trimmin? de.
partment.
On display with the hundreds of New Trimmed
Hats are extensive ranges of j
Ready - to- Wear Shapes
Trimmings
Feathers
Etc.
We  invite  your  inspection
during these opening days.
WHEN THROUGH SEEING THE HATS, VISIT THE RE/^DY-TO-WF.AR
DEPARTMENT
AN   'IMMENSE    RANCVe   OF
i
New Coats, Suits, Skirts*,  Blouses, Etc.
are now on display.    Become f amriiar with' our various
departments ; they a^-e alive to your interests at all times.
The Dress Goods Department
is busy these days.   The new Dress Goods have never sold faster with us.
will take pleasure ih showing you the new fabrics during
these opening days.
We
bill-i���
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR

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