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 / <���> �����     ���-" iy %
k Shiles & Co.
\l INSURANCE
Lestminster,b.c
awa
fJ-MK 2, N���MBER 199
AU��lt9��7
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 50, 1907.
^b.
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,0 CENTS PER WEEK
i COMMITTEE
RECEIVES VISITORS
Blow
Want   to   Get
Iround   Back
IB-Cheap Gas Talk.
, ��� ting of the council
last   evening  it   wns
��� w hirl-o
JAMES  W. EVANS   IS  WRITING
A   NEW   MUSICAL  COMEDY
i- lhi   tit e ol
W '"'���"���   '                ���   ���      W.Bvans
author "' "Cupid in P   ��� ,���,-���    ���.
'        ' ������ ,'eral other
Mr. Evans Is al pn  ��� ,
";     p   sii ���.    | ,  ,.
'"    ' hrough wil
Work '" !l"    curse ol the ,:��� si two ot
,!':"    ""        !    lescri       ; .   com.
position ol ltlono)
'' ���'    '       n, .   |,   ,        ���,, , ,
WelK'l"   ms-   eveu.ug   u   wns   ,,,,���������     ,  . , ,    ^   ^^
llHI;,i ,, meeting in the near  to amuse in , Th( ...
r the purpose of taking up   ls s ���'���'������  prettj good stuff in li all the
.��� j,,.. the social evil, and de-   ' '������������    ��   hi  a H    r's own
,    ���,,.       ",,;  :; ' nt.     When   the   writei   nf   n
ine.ans ot  ridding writer   01   ���
musical  piece  makes  this  assertioi
the i foresal i    good  stuff" ia Bure
reported that li,   had   be j     ,   tuff, and no   mistake,    for
, stride I  district  yestet ��   - bt   .  i   admittedlj  the   ���   ���
' E   ' ::i'"' ��� ' thi h own productions.
The   new    musical    comedy    wnl
,,;'il ablj | ro I ice I   local)     sonn
e coming wint<
compan ;1. si.  -,.���
now mi I ng hi   home In thi
returned      i sterdaj     from    s atth
been  for a   :��� ������.
:..,!:...��� i    .        it   holidays, hi ving only rece it        ... .
SUGGESTS SUPPRESSION
AND NOT REMOVAL
Writer  Takes   View   That
Vice if Not Tolerated Will
Die Out in the City.
	
��[ the demi-mondes.
Une
size up the
niation.    He had
I a  discover  that  two
[,. 0j ������..  bouses in the distrii t
��� ,   prominent    church
If!?.
people I wan; to g< I
lij Aid.   Garrett,   chairman
i .   ,     mmtitee.
��� ��� ���
:-" ted  .-���  sei ;<���-
ty.-. to hold a special meet-   |J" ' ' '    ": entertainments at
jiscuss the  social    evil,    the   the Gorge, Victoria, where he   rgan-
j   eci   ed by the chairman. Iized aE ;   Erected the destinies ol a
���.. | that the mi etlng
as poon as Aid. Oar-
|t;. gathet d all data possible
Li:., s, Dumber of houses, num-
j Inmates   etc.
\ nd H,  Wilson  walte I
|  .���   te lasl evening as   ���,
Ires ol thi  local order of i. 0.
.:::: le   i request that the two
comp mj  ol  amateur minstn Is.
EOUR HOUSES BUILDING
ON RAMAGE STREET
Three let'els on the live topic ot
ih" day, the removal of the outlawed
district, were received at this office
' aterday. One was not accompanied
b; the name., of the writer, being
merely signed "Sensible View." If
the author will fen wai J bis neime, not
aecessarily foi publication, the lever
will be published in tomorrow's issue.
Another letter, properly accredited,
is refused ; l llcation era account Of
the writer's blunl and unvarnished
method of dealing with the subject at
issue, which, while 11 makes salicious
reading, Is hardly the correct thing in
this casi. The f I wing ��� resents the
view taken by a large number of people In the city, an I deals In a forceful
manner with the question:
Tn the Editor Daily News.
Dear Sir: Would you kindly allow
me a little .-.ace In your valuable pa-
per in deal with a subject that shoul I
at the ].resent time intetest every
righl thinking citizen.
1 read with deep interest the letter
with reference to the removal of
what has come to be called "The Restricted District," which wa. submitted on the frith inst. to our city council by Mr, .lames Cunningham and also the account of the discussion on
' DISASTROUS  FIRE AT  EBURNE
DESTROYS ANGLICAN  CHURCH
A disastrous fire which burned with
great rapidity owing to the gale of
wind blowing, did many thousands of
dollars of damage at Eburne yesterday morning. The principal losses
were:
Anglican church.
Dry kiln ami f<-ntrnts ai ri- BMfWiey
& Cham] Ion's shingle mill.
���:��� jldence Of vv.  D. ('ri.niri.'o.
Residence of Fred.  Hall.
C. P. R. box car loaded with shin-
gll -.
The fire started in the dry kiln at
��� about 7:45 this morning. There are at
Eburne practically no fine fighting
appliances and the flames had their
own way for some time. Fortunately
the direction of the wind was such
that the flames were not carried to
the main body of the mill. Word was
telephoned into Vancouver and an engine and a party of fire fighters were
sent   out.    They  got the   fire  under
THREE HUNDRED MEN  I
STOLEN AT VALDEZ
SALOON   MEN.  GET   READY FOR
ANOTHER   STAGGERING   JOLT
Keeping up  the  campaign    against
mora] impurities ancl the liquor traffic   which  has  recently  been  stan.nl,
  the reformers have  arranged  tor an-,
Other   meeting   to  be   held   this  eve-
Gllggenheims   Imported  the  ning in the Queen's Avenue MethodlBt
ttt    i T ,   �� ,       church, when the Rev. I):. Tufts, head
Workmen Lured Away by��� , tlu. Iim.,liali0]ial Reform _.����.��
Rival Railroad in Alaska. wi�� be ,lle <,lJ""'<-> f'-""1- The tight-
^^^^ ing man of the moral reform associa
tion wlll speak this evening on "Markets, Morals and Missions," anel in the
oonraa of his address it is expected
that he wdll exceed in scathing
condemnation anything that has been
previously heard in this city concerning the social evil. Dr. Craft whs due
to arrive in Vancouver yesierday mi
board the Aorangi,  but up to a. late
Seattle, Aug. 1.1���"The Hue between !
the thefl Of duo men and the theft of
|360 Is iiii exceedingly fine one ami
ii may be we wil] ie*' unable to appreciate that there is any inference morally or legally, between the two
thefts,'' declared  C. P. Converse, as
sistant   ro   President   M.   K.   [lodgers
of  the   Kutaila    company,   which    is   hour  the ship had   not   reached i>ort.
It  Is  expected   that   the  Aorangi   will
River
building Guggenheim's Coppe
et Northwestern railroad.
This declaration amounts to an ultimatum to the Alasa Home Railroad
company, which claims to have stolen
300 men from the Guggenheim camps
eontrpl shortly after their arrival but \ __ear K&{&n& anJ ...,.,,.. lhem toVaMel
before they had got there the above ].j:. .vo... on fte ^ yMez ..oa(1
damage was clone. Rector Donaldson Report8 lQ {.um_iinefm oincial. show
c i, i not be spoken to yesterday
afternoon, but it is understood that
there is some insurance on the church.
No  information   is   obtainable   as  to
dock early this morning, and the
speaker Of the evening Is due id arrive in this city on the one o'clock
car.
.Mrs. Crofts, whei accompanies her
husband, will speak during the afternoon on the subject "God maele the
world and the woman too."    As she
whether or  not   the other  properties
were insured.
CRIMEAN VETERAN
HEARS LAST ROLL-CALL
the number of men lost was between is a prominent worker in W. C. \. U.
DO and 100, but for the purposes of circles, the presence of every local
the warning to the Valdez road, the member of that body Is desired at the
Guggenheim construction corporatiou meeting. During their stay in the city
will accept the Valdez figures. The Mr. a.id Mrs. Crafts will be the
men were taken from Katalla toVii.- guests of Mr. and Mrs. .lame.; Cun-
dez on the  steamship Jeanle,  whic.i   ninghanL
made  a  special  trip  for  the  purpos . e 	
"The men we have been    sendl   .,
north   to  work on the  railroad  wep
baii ici��.<��of groud which Residents of District Appar- tbe BUbiect by ,he different members * Charles Digby, Pioneer Res- money needed fo
...   to the city about a year ,    _ ��� of the council. . . __. .    , _. tion and  have  fu
I ���        as b  public:   burying
\k returned to the order, un-
|:.     :;'ion  that   the  city     -..,���
t':_,���,; taxes and be protected
Lasl year the Oddfellows
I;. ti ie acre block situat' d i-e
(a. which  they   Intended   to'
Starying ground.   Later their
lit;ri���. waited on the council
���tei that   if  given   exemption
ilmfein on the seven anl one
I '.'��� -. v.   would   grant   the   re-
foiiif portion  to   the    city.       Dr.
KistJMr  \\'ilson eJrplatned to
I       ... lasl  evening that ow-
ptelaya in getting the property
! W) ;u re obliged to purchas ���
Wperty for a cemetery. They
I'-���' ele a gcKid offer for
ently Do Not Take Agitation Seriously
Inste   I ���   ... ini; ji:�����- tl    to thi
eh in,oid for the removal ol  thi     red
light  districl   from  Its  present   location in sc me  other less com i   ..   i
position In the city, or the t<   i. eradicate u, i:   | ossibl..  of  th
traffic In ,.uman flesh, the ;;.;. .
; :u���.������- and owners of the bouses In
th ��� outla  ���      section   are   showing
their contempt  for the   11 eee lings
taken h. the moral reformers by rushing to com] ��� tion four new he use    ��� o
Ramage  street,  building  an  addition
���., one  ��� : ���       ther hois s, and clearing away another lot  preparatory to
I d wisned to hav the   building    el      other cottag .
l'ri, .   rhiim to the two I    The  four  ri ises  which   are  being
buill are of thi   -emu sizi   an l de-
Ion a?     ':       othi r    miserable
shac :s on the same stre t, and while
H ha- bi i been proved thai they are
Inti ndi d  :  i   the  bousing of the ue-
grade!  cri al i i s  who have  '      all
to the name of woman who exist in thit    ... ,i' r, yel the reason tor
the . recti o ol the housi s i tn hardly
.,   ,.,   other.   Tl e four cottages are
l'V|"->'     manager 0f the Bru-|belng built by Chinamen, who either
.Sanrmills  company   wailed   onl do nol  Imow, or reruse to tell, who
I'      ���'��� explained his position'is the pers- n responsible for He erec-
|"Banl to uie claim  which  the'tion -.2 the nevi  buildings.
ll! '��������� againsi  him  for dam-'    By the erection of these four houses
I ri,m.i bridge, which   Ramage  Btreel   will   De  almost  com-
f      '    '���   tugs owned or em-'pletely built up.   With the exception
]' ' ���    ..: company. 'of aboul six Chinese re Id nces and
:-' ..i.,-,i thai  the tugs' Btores, every  house  is occupied   by
t Irunette,  the   former the wn  '    of what wen once w m ���������
��� -.. were engaged iii. If a distinction can be drawn after
���   ions through  the  onci   a        tan  has  draggi I   bersel
J^ti    , magB was effected,    iodj   -'; -     Into the nin
I  ' , pay half the costs j degrad tion the dwellers ol  Ramage
'   nb totaled $100 but I streel an   tl    I  ����l of the Ir	
'-'������    '���  to paying the. en-' Jezebel. __
:i view of the  fact thai
.     i iieiat  was equally] a time
If we stop a moment to think, we
can  quite appreciate  the feelings  oi
Mr. Cunningham or any other proper- :
ty owner in the vicinity of the houses
referred   lie.   but   cannot   at  the same
recruited at great expense by ci'.'
people," continued Converse this
morning, "ln practically every instance we advanced the men the
or their transporta-
rnlshed them other
supplies.   1 do not know as yet whe-
FAIRVIEW BOYS WERE
EASY PROPOSITION
re portion as the com
!i lie :< al was contingent up-
fit .. .. tei] acrga lK.jn?,  trans-
0n oon lition   that   the  city
|*:!'ri tor iu rights which will
���'���'������   ', I other clues, the com-'
o give batk the prop-
itlic ordi ..    A formal  motion
Wectwin be passed by the coun-
������:- evening next.
Charles Digby, another of New
time see the force of the argument , Westminster's pioneer citizens, pass-
put forward by some, that these un- J-d av.ay at the family residence, Al-
desirable, degraded and immoral . I ert Crescent, yesterday morning,
character- shall be moved tee some4 Death followed a long Illness which
tto other part of the city and be permit: . waa occasioned principally a fullness
ied to carry on their Mjijjuitoua busfiJ ; years _T'<. i yrith hard work. He
ness and be :: nuisance to other citi- | died iu bis seventy-second year,
zens. The late Charles Digby was one of
If prostitution carried on in this. the oldest ancl most respected resi-
particular section of our city is a dents of the city. He oame here in
detriment to our commercial progrc ss , ]:��� ".'J with the detachment cf Royal
and a nuisance 'r a'.l as well as a Engineers and after leaving the sere-Main on the fail name of our city, j vices settled down and was a resident
changing its location does not eliminate the evil: anil if Mr. Cunningham n; a property owner and ratepayer has the right to aslt and demand
that such shall be removed from
where it now is (and I agree that he
base, then surely every other citizen
ident, Passed Away Yesterday-Lost Victoria Cross ,her ,he men ta,;en rrom us are act-
  ually in our debt, but It is reasonable
i to assume that they nre. If so, to
entice men away and to induce theni
to repudiate a debt is a serious matter.
"What we may do about the theft
of our men at Katalla is undecided,
but 1 want it understood that the line
between stealing mea and the theft
of money is an exceedingly fine one."
Locals Gave Ambitious Lads
Practical Lesson in Playing Lacrosse���8 to 1.
The Fairview team last evening
went down to defeat with the splendid score of eight to one against them,
the combination of the Reginis and
the West Iriul intermediate teams
proving too strong for them right,
from tbe start. The boys from Vancouver are  still   some, distance away
almosl continuously from that time
until the time of his death. He was
born in Braintree, England, and early
joined the militia, serving shortly after with great distinction is tbe Crimean war.
After  the  end  of  the   war he   re-
John  Grey, chief  engineer   for  the
Katalla   company,   has   resigned   an.l i
will return from Alaska immediately
to   accept   an   important   engineering ' from the real intermediate class, and
and ratepayei  has the same right to j turned  to England  ancl    soon    after
demand that it  -ball not  be allotted j joined the Royal Engineers and sail-
a locality in the neighborhood of their
homes for the infinitely greater and
higher reason i. e. the moral welfare
of their boys and girls.
I am greatly surprised at hearing
Ing from some Of our citizens the
question "Where shall the 'restricted
district' be?" or as his worship the
mayor
ed   for  Canada   in   isr.8,   locating   in
Hiis city.
it is well known that Private
Charles Digby made an illustrious
record in the fierce war between England and Russia. He. with two other
soldiers, jointly performed a deed, for
commission in the. East. No successor to Krey has been selected. Krey
has been in the north in charge of
the construction company's interests
since March. Prior to that time lie
was located in Seattle. He is regarded by railroad men as an excellent
constructing engineer and has pushed
work on the Copper River Ine very
energetically. ���  '   ���
The little river steamboat Altoona
purchased in Portland by Capt. D. H.
Jarvis for the Guggenheims, is expected to sail from Port Angeles immediately for the North. The Altoona
is to be used in connection with the
Guggenheim river fleet, operating below Aliercronibie Rapids. With the
addition of the Altoona the Guggenheim interests will have three river
on   both  sides
which  a Victoria cross and  a    com-
ri report*! to bave said "the  mission were awarded.   It was in con
difficulty Is in the 1 rouble to find a haectlon with the breaking down of the I steamboats   operating
suitable place to move th? women to." j fjrBt fortress at  the siege of _}ebas- ' .,f th(J nl,>j(is
topol, Mt. Digby being, it is said, the 	
first man to scale the walls, followed
by sufficient of liis comrades to force
the Russians in retreat. Other
StJ igholds capitulated in rapid succession ancl Sebastopol was finally in
16    ���
let
mi.
bsw-i
���l'..
I Wn,.
ii
lot |5o
thi
I
i     ouncil finds  it  con-
...   ��� an flolatl n bos  Ital
.,���,,��� appii, ition  eet  Messrs.  White-
&      .    ,     0n behall eef clients
ror the   ��� -   ��� '"'":"^ a Lr;
plant ri 111 ��� was considered and
withoul taking any action the clert
was instructed to invite Whitesid, &
Edmonds t   attend a special meeting
as if it were the duty of those to
whom is intrusted thj administration
of civic affairs t i provide a "suitable"
locality where these dens of disease
and  sin  may operate.
If our city councillors lake " i n
themselves the authority of aliening
them a "district" they practi y'. ~ i i-
btion this immoral and illegal busri
ness and in !.��� d assume a very grave
responsibility.
It is my opinion that the city coun-
after their performance last evening,
any ambition  that they  ever had of
meeting the Tecumsefts will be quickly forgotten.    They received the most
severe   defeat  of   the   whol   intermediate! lacrosse season. *i
All hough called for six o'clpcik sharp*
the game did not start until over half
an hour later, the fault being entirely
witli 1 couple ot' tlu'  ioca:  Players,.
' ' who failed to show up at {'"'f ay.jointed time.    The visitors were    on' ^c
field at five minutes after six, realtor the commencement of the gam,.,
but. the   .New   Westminster   lads    tie-
layed for thirty minutes after that.
For the first two quarters oi the
game, play was about evenly divided,
any slight advantage there' might
have been been on the side of the
locals. Each side scored a goal in the
first quarter, Trainer rinding the net
for the Fairviews ror the first, last
ancl only time throughout thu game.
The New Westminster boys added
another to their tally in the second
period, two in the third, and three in
the last.    About half time the Fair-
i lestions   Mr,   Lewis
ie still owned the Al-  e
u   towing logs, and
! i accept   Mr, Lewis'
1 liart payment and to
mey   in   Mr.   U wis'
"hich is due the owners
Mbatro
Die . i,
-���     1(en of Aid. .lohnston. , ���
...,���-^siSi.r��B..i ��� ,-��� ""������::,::��
t, yen,
nt
I i��� the city hall on Sente : ���
-  wll!
m .
"at over
ivin
: flapping in the wind.
Il; reported that invitations
delved from the mayor ancl
I',,, "f Vancouver, addressed to
��� Westminster council, to ac
' ""'"i  to  Stave    lake    this
18 "" a Pleasure trip.    Mayor
���""���' :;il aldermen reported
m. 01"'        impossible for them
'ri;
fit
proposi
gae planl now
mei with tavo
men ana ee motion was
orizing the mayor
t0 wait on tbe c<
Ilie'
iele
oil   has  no   more   authority   to   allot
these people a "district" than it has J jfested by a trio of which Digby was
eo define a sect i.m within the limits mic. The soldiers drew lots for the
of our corporation where a band of. pr:Z(?Si anjj Digby was the loser.
counterfeiters may carry on the il- y^e deceased worked for many
legal business of counterfeiting the j years in this city as a bricklayer and
coins of our land. | later served as steward of the Royal
It has declared time and again that Columbian hospital. Since his retire-
the business is illegal by bringing thej ment he wns granted a good service
Inmates before .the courts and impos- pension from the Royal Chelsea hosing a fine upon them, but has thus pitrsl, this boon being secured mainly
fur allowed ihem to return to their trough the efforts of his-honor, Judge
haunts and continue ns before. j Bole,   who laid   the  case   before  the
n operation,   'int      AflCoraing  to  the  decision  of  the! jjn>per parties,   The late Mr. Digby is
courts  isaying nothing about   public [survived by four sons, John. George,
opinion) prostitution is a crime;  and l Donald ancl Edwin, and Misses Edna,
those women who are engaged in the1 Belinda, and Lilly Digby.
1   business as well as those "men?" who
RALPH   SMITH    INVESTIGATES
COAL  SHORTAGE   SITUATION
A much needed investigation of the
coal shortage in British Columbia and
the possession of the English. (Stories j Alberta will  be conducted  by   Ralph
tten told of how a certain per- Smith, M. P., with a view to placing views began to show sings of fatigue
son won the Victoria cross, but "How j the Information so gathered before the
Charles Digby lost the Victoria cross" Dominion house of commons at its
would be as interesting as any. A next sesison, when the expected corn-
Victoria crosi and a commission were ing shortage and reasons therefor,
offered as a reward for bravery man-, with possible means   of    prevention.
will be discussed.   Th!? question was
prominently   before  the  house  at   its
mayor
and were unable to keep up the
pace. They acted on the defensive
throughout most of the third and till
of the last quarter, but were unable
to keep the rubber away from the
net. Owing to the late start, the
game was finished in semi-darkness,
passed auth-
invite   James
uncil
last session,   during   the   Shortage   of   it  being ait  times  impossible for  the
last winter ancl will come up again.       players  to  follow   the rubber,   while
Mr. Smith will visit the coal mines the spectators could not even dls-
of Alberta and also the Crow's Nest tinguish the players. The teams:
pass mines. While at the latter point i New Westminster���Munn, Peele,
he will Inquire into the grave iillega- Marshall, Galbraith, Robertson, Man-
tions made by the miners' union there nering, W. Warwick, Rennie, E. War-
that there aie too many accidents wick, Smith, Morrison, Spring,
causing loss of life nnd limb in those ' Fairview���McDonald. Collin, Stev:
collerles and that all of these are not ens. Painter, Knight, B. McEwen, F.
shown In the provincial government , Painter, Gunn, B. Knight, Macey,
reports. ' Sumner, Trainer.
  Referee, ���'"c.   D.   Peele;     Judge    of
A.  P.  Gillies,  vice  president    and ; Play, M. NIcoll.
Die funeral will take place tomor- 1 manager of the Tacoma Construction
sommlttee to discuss the proposition.  ^ .^   |]]v _v;iJ, actjng as agents and | TOW  afternoon  at  2:30  o'clock   from ! company, arrived in the city yesterday
!!"",,. ,iu. iinvor'- opinion lb.it sm ', ]lvinjr 0ff the proceeds are criminals, j thp   fanjily   residence   to   St.   Marv''.   on  a  short  business  trip.    Mr.  Gil
i, 'i o n *ood bargain for
ii <ioni wo,,!'1,;:(, ���,: pnt.-'v coub.
the city \n-nbib
Phased at a reasonable figure.
could easil
be pure
"Tb<
sit}
m a,
l��tus
Illy,
(tOsll:
(Bom
in
out  e.f the
"���'  invitation    but    Aid.
''"'tt offered to represent
will be accompanied j Cunningham
f'clan P. Bowler. by the simple prow
,n  arose as to the  ad- price of electric n
Gray, "bul it wou
it James
the matter.    Deal  with  this  question
���;IS business
wsof lowering
the
'Buster' Hrown, the young lad who
has been occupying one of the police
station cells for the ptist few clays,
was   yesterday  morning  allowed   an-
,,, not I"' treatlng a
hfl concluded.   Mr.
finally citizen v^rywe��,tovalton
for  Cunnl) 'bam will M m
-        i ,n b. an early uaii.
u the city until such ] the council .it an
instructing a small ISO-
"t:i;, and    it  was    fin-'iu'
'd the cost of caring
cases i
y   residence   to   St.   Mary'1!
Now H seems to me that, the duty j church. Sapperton, and thence to theses is the promoter of the Interlock-
ol' the city council is quite  clear in   cemetery. j ing brick  industry,  which  it is  pro-
 j posed tr establish at Sapperton, ami   other chance of reforming his wicked
Big Fire. i he  also intends to build  a hotel  on ��� ways.   The lad was given his liberty,
Yokohama,  Aug.    29���Advices    re- \ Columbia street, near the Burr block,   his mother agreeing to ship him out.
celved  from  the American  consul  at, Mr. Gillies yesterday exhibited plans j of the  way of temptation  for some
Hakodate state the loss by the con- j of a six million dollar hotel which his , time to come.    In case the boy gets
flagratlon there at $1 a,000,000.   About   company is about to build at Tacoma. j mto    further    trouble,   he    will    be
s they deal with any other crime,
(live all these iieople concerned thej
option oi cleaning up and engaging in
Btated Aid gQnw ]egjtimate calling, and leading
decent lives, leave the city entirely or
be content to suffer the penalty pro-
(Continued on Page Fight.)
15,000 houses were burnod, and 60,000 J He left again  for the  south  in    thee severely dealt with, as he is merely
people rendered homeless. | evening. 10ut on suspended sentence.
' PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY
August
' -i i.
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TO THE RESIDENTS OF
SAPPERTON:
We  have  just   opened   an  up-
to-date
MEAT   STORE
on  the corner  of Columbia and
Keary   Streets.
We intend to carry only the
choicest of MEATS. POULI-
TRY     and     FRESH    FISH.
Orders  promptly delivered.
Your  patronage   solicited.
J. TRAVERS & CO.,
Cor.  Keary ancl  Columbia Sts,
SAPPERTON.
OPERA HOUSE 11
FALSE ALARM CAUSED
DEATH BY DROWNING
FRIDAY,  Aug.  30 Jumping From a Supposed
  Danger to Safety, A. Nel-
DAVID   CLIFFORD     son Drowns in Lake.
���IN ���
"Rip Van Winkle"
PRICES���25c,   50c   and  75c.
For Sale or Charter
STERN-WHEEL STEAMER "HAMLIN." Length 116 feet, width 30
feet, depth 4 feet 6 inches. En-
sines 16x60, built in Pittsburg, Pa.;
shaft 8 inches. Boiler locomotive
type, length 20 feet, diameter 72
inches; working pressure 12T> lbs.
All pipe connections complete.
Particulars, price, etc., apply to
H. A. JONES
407   Cordova   St.,   Vancouver.
Monday Nighl, Sept. 1
MARJORIE   RAMBEAU   and
her  Eastern Stock  Company
"MERELY MARY ANN"
PRICES���25c,  35c   and   50c.
H.STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
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Voting Contest
A false alarm of danger was the
cause of the death by drowning of A.
Nelson at Lake Buntzen at 10 o'clock
on Wednesday night.
It appears that at that time a gang j
of men were working on a scow mcor- |
ed at the wharf just below the inclined railway. Once before a car on j
this incline broke away and literally
jumped into t^ie inlet at the bottom.;
of which  it still is.
Last night there was a noise heard ;
as if of something breaking or falling, followed by a shout.   The men on
the scow got the idea that the cable-
1 on the car had broken and with one I
) accord they started to scramble from I
j the scow to the wharf, so as to get j
; out   of   the line    the car    was    sure
'��� to take.    All  of the men got across i
i safely   except   Nelson,   who  fell     between the scow and (he wharf.   His;
funds were seen to come up at once j
; but efforts to reach him failed.   Tho
I water at  this point i�� very deep and
i i
I there are cross currents.   Up to noon
today  the  body  hail   not     been    re-
rove red.
Sunlight Soap
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at $
Five Cents a Bar
DISTRICT OF
l��UGL'*.
f.
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TAKE N .
; sou,    of    N
i cruiser,   i;
; timber lie, D
] described :...
J. Comme icing
the Bouth
i about    thr."
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School Opening
THIS WEEK we are busy making it interesting
for the School Children, with opening up #
SCHOOL    SUPPLIES |
NEXT WEEK the School Children will be busy ||
making it interesting for us. �����
from Silver I
Harrison   |. '
j. . noi
chains,    wes ..   .   T
���   ���  . . ���'  ciainl
I eighty chains,   ���
. | to point  of e }
p tho:
-. Commencing
| the  south  bank
i about   three
I from   Silver   I   .        ,
! Harrison   La���
. chains, south  forty (.|!lin,
��� hundred anel Bis       ,   ''..
chains,    and   i       ..������ .J,.
���-.'...
i pjiu;  of comm p      :.
I  ..
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���I   P.
THO J
1 J. J. MACKAY y CO'S j
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3. Commencing u , ������,;.
railway   bell   :
mile's north of the do       J
rison Lake; thi ��� ,Vl,J
' chains, Bouth ��� Ighty chal
.eighty chains, an I a nth
to point of commencen
J. ri THoJ
New Westmin itei   B.C.
Augusi   ]!,���;[   too?
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\ A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES J
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!     :
���
will give   with  each 10c  cash  pur-
TIIIS  ELEGANT   LIBRARY' INCLUDING   125    VOLUMES    AXD ���
HANDSOME   CASK   WILL  BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE, >
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   IN   NEW   WESTMINSTER   SE- %
CURING   THE   LARGEST    NUMBER   OP   VOTES    IN  THE   UOL- *
LOWING   MANNER: *
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The merchants listed  belov
chase one vote.
The contest began Aug. 23rd, 1907, and will close Jan. 23rd,
1908, at 7 p, in.
A ballot box is placed In D. S. Curtis & Go's drug store, where
votes are to be deposited.
At the close of tbe contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having received the largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Current   accounts  when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by trading with the firms llst-
i cl below.
Library  is on  exhibition at W, E. Fales' furniture store.
I). S. Curtis will count the votes.
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
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HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH   &.   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
���.   MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
....,   Restaurant
!
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
Hinder new management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
E.  RUSHTON  & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Gen.  Repairing
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D.   S.  CURTIS   &   CO. *
Drugs J
A.   J.   3IRTCH               ' *
Dry   Goods *
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T.   S.   ANNANDALE |
West  End Grocery 5
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THE   DAILY   NEWS   PUB.  CO. 1
Daily  and   Weekly   News
MOREY   &  CO.
Books and Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    Confections,     Ice   Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES
S.   H. Thompson, Prop.
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Just Received: j
Carload of *
BRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
! Gilley Bros, u
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Scarcity of Teachers.
To the Editor of the Dally News:
Sir.���The McBride government has
passed an  order-in-councll to admit
. eastern teachers to the schools without examination.
Why are so many of our best teach-
j ers going into other professions? How-
can  the  teachers  be expected to re-
' main in the profession since the government over the signature of its su-
| perintendent of education has assailed
their  fellow   teachers.
Read  the  assault  that  the govern-
' ment  thus   made:    "In    consequence
some of our teachers  who by nature
j and education are totally unfitted for
the   task   of  instructing   the   children
I of any district, however isolated, are
yet enabled, after being dismissed
by the trustees of one district, to secure an appointment in anothei
school, if only it is sufficiently remote from their last charge. The
names of these birds of passage' who
by the way are mostly men are well
known lo the education departmenl!,
and their certificates should be sum- I
marily cancelled. It is unfair to
boards Of trustees io allow them to
be victimized by these incapables any i
longer. &c, &.e. Signed Alexander
Robinson."
(See Sess.  papers l!)t)5, page A65).j
ls  any  one   now surprised   thai   a
government which would publish siiriri
a statement would also examine the
pupils in some city schools like Ladysmith  on   the   easy   high   .school   en-'
trance examinaition; and examine the
pupils of rural schools like Comox on
the difficult  examination,  where  the
teacher has  not  only  to prepare her
senior class  for  ihe  examination, bul
also to teach  classes from the A,  B,
C,  up.
Thus the proofs    tnat those    rural
teachers were  incapable, were being
suplled   from  the  results of  thc   en- ;
trance    examinations    couducted    in
such a manner.
Surely the people will nol allow
the government to continue such unjust  practices.
J. N. MUIR.
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by the
un lerslgned up to 6 p. m., of .MON- j
DAY, September 2, 1907, for Bupply
of Oats, Hay, Bran ami Straw, delivered to order in the city for the
Corporation, for oho year.
The lowest, or any tender not necessarily accepted,
W, A, DUNCAN,
City  Clerk
City  Hall, New Westminster,
August 23. 1907.
THE* WHITE HOUSE I
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY WE ARE SHOWING SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Children s Dresses
MAIL
ONL Y A FEW LEFT.      CALL EARL Y
AND HA VE THE CHOICE. :
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A. J. MUTCH,    -   275 Colombia Street
#*Z*Z*Z*Z*i.'*7*<Z*Z*^^
.Solid Gold Jewelry!
& ��� ���      -��� ��� ���    .���
J*j Our stock of OOLD Jewelry is the largest ever shown  In  West-
$ minster.    Pearl Set BROOCHES, SAFETY PINS  anil  STICK  PINS,
& NECKLETS.   CHAINS,   BRACELETS, CUFF LINKS.    It will pay you
}oJ before purchasing, to examine our stock of DIAMOND RINGS, both
jg in SOLITAIRE and   combinations of other precious stones.    EMER-
i��! ALU,   SAPPHIRE,   RUBY,   OLIVINE, &c.
$ We also carry Diamond Set  BRACELETS,    BROOCHES.     EAR-
;���: rings, &c.
IW. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
;���! Agent for the Hamilton  Watch.
w*z*z#x*:az*z*':*z?.'ai'M'*2*:*^^^^^
A Good One
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Sealed tenders    I
ehe Postmaster General, wl
ceiveel  at Otta . .   ]
: day,  the rive litem ber. for the     "...   md
Majesty's mail-        .    ���,.
' tract  for four yi ars, twice!
' each way, betwei -.-. \>-. wi
and Strawberrj Hill (ProJ
Office  on   Sc      by.   |J
I Postmaster Gen I  ist]
Printed   notices ...
information as I        lltioj
posed  contracl  i -
blank forms ol
ed at the Pos   0        of \f
minster and  :. m Mi   Bo
Scott road, an ; al ' te  il ii
[ Post Office In
1 Post Office In-       . - eerii
Vancouver, li, ('. Aug. IS
JOHN  ... GREES
Pi
Tenders���Burnaby Mi
I    Tenders are calle I for eld
1 grading Tenth a ������ I ae (Intq
pal)     from     Fo irteenth
j Twentieth street, -1
ten chains each.
Specifications can be sei
I Municipal   hall   or  on t!
I work.
Tenders to lee del ��� "j
before  five  in  the :ib--'
J day, August 30, 1907.
Ii. O. WALKERI
Rushton & S
-FOR-
Victor Gramophones and
i
Genera!  Repairing
 ^77,.���
SECOND-HAND  S]
���FOR���
Ranges, Stove- a ]
FURNITURE.
Columbia and  Front Sts.
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it is neces-
i    sary to know whal. we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You    can   rely    upon     GETTING
THE   PEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
S_>   ||   I    /|      m**>  ammo   ���    ��^j
Great Northern Railway
$60
F. CRAl
English Watchma
Two   doora   from   Geo. Adotni
tt
ST. PALL TO MINNEAPOLIS
AND RETURN
?
Shingle and Saw Mill N��
�� 30  DAYS  ONLY
Special!
MACHINERY
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
    $15.00    Up
Best of Trimming.     Best of
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd. HAAimiT, 0p404ite ftllor
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. 247 Front st.
Tickets on aale Aug 8,9, 10, Sept. u, 12, 13 acct. Jamestown
Exposition.    Return Limit, .Ninety Days.
Above rate ls from New Westminster; $G0 from Seattle.
Same rates apply to Duluth; proportionately low rates from
Washington and Oregon points Rate to Chicago: $71.50
from New Westminster, $64.00 from Spokane. .$71.50 from
Seattle. Low rates to Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, an.l
many other eastern points
FOR A COMFORTABLE TRIP TAKE THE
"ORIENTAL LIMITED"
Standard and tourist sleepers, dining cars aud Combination
Observations car. Meals In dtaing car on the a li carte
plan.    The "FAST MAIL"  [g another good  train.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER.  B.  C
VV. A. ROSS, Assistant General  Pass.  Agt., Seattle.  Wash.
,   Ladies' Gold Watches fr<"��.
1   Gentlemen's   Silver   Wat'
I face, $6.00. .
:   Gentlemen's Silver Watcl    4
case, $7.50 up. .
!  Agent for the celebrated sol
i Watches, Bupplted   ��'   *    j
I Arctic Expedition.   ���\|1 *ai   1
I   Chains, Kings. Jewelry, etc.,
I  Watch   repairing;    eta"'
1 able.
! ATLANTIC STEAM!
! OF THE CANADIAN PAClJ
I ==FINEST_ ANB_ FASJl
i��L	
18.000 I EMPRESS OF bSTA��
| H.P����ri EMPRESS OF IlU-lriM l
Particularly   bnv   rates
Old   Country.       Reservation
! here for all sailings.
Empress of Britain	
For particulars apply
i ED. GOULET,
C. P. B- IU/8-Vr 30. 1907.
TIIE DAILY ^EWS.
PACE THREE
[HlV/IF   NearCen-|
HLylYH-i tral Park..!
fISH HIT HAWAIIAN
RIGHT ON THE JAW
��� ni fram line au t ���., , .
���  :
proper
...,..;   Vanco'jVer  anl   Ni w   (V<
, ��� This is ur-ioubtei ,���,,.,
K300;  terms
^���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������mw>^w
tftdervv^ar  mens  \
Underwear!
For Fall Wea
Wo el and   Cotton   Mix
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Shirts  t
per  suit. .$1X0 ���
rr     :'  ��� ���   Lim ; Shirts an I Di
��� rs,    i r    uil    $1,00  ���
All   Wool,   Striped,   Shirt.;  and  ���
Drawers, ; er suit $1.50 ���
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ned,   Wool,  heavier weight, shirts & drawers.per suit $1.50 J
���
rBrand"   wool,  elastic  ribbed, shirts and drawers.per suit$1.50 J
.:, heavy elastic ribbed, shirts & drawers,  pei-sai; $2.00
(,teece Iim !.  heavy   weight
: |       wers,  per suit.. .
     $2.00
I'i    . hi weight, all wool
|frjr ribbi I shirts ancl draw-
pei   suit $2.50
IV      ���..  elastic, rlbl ed,
were, per suit $2.sc
IV   heavy,   line,   elastic
and   drawers,   per
      $3.50
\\ -        'in r    lines    '..om
; raifacUirers.
joli ... "The Dr. Delmel
ken mr
Directors' Meeting Enlivened
By Real Fight   Between'
Millionaires-"Liar" Cause
e   yoiflq,   Aug.   29.���A   hand-'.o-
���.-ai  between Stuyvesant Pish, |
v  resident, and .1. T. Harriman, ex-j
 i   ���. resid nt, and now presi-
the lllim is  q ntraj railway,
'    ;h.. meeting of the directors
; of thai road yesterday.
.   were hot words between the
���  os -i president of the roa I and his
ssor, an.i  when  Mr.    Harriman
I out the word "Liar," Mr. Fish
'I upon his opponent and clutch-
��� I him.   A struggle followed.   Some
I-tS Of the affair stale, then   bloWS
" i' ri and thai  Mr. Harriman
as knocked io the floor by a t> rriflc
ish from Mr. Fish's fist
rl dn  routine business had  be en
'������ I ���'!' wh ai Mr. Fish arose and
I ice 1    a   formidable    typewritten
.. ent.   He proceede I  to rea 1 the
; aper,   which   severely   criticised   the
n    nt managemeni of tl''. road. The
document arraigned Mr. Harriman in
ath : seve ��������� terms.   A motion to adjourn  was  hastily made  and carried,
despite objections  by  Pish, who declared Hanraham a tool of the direc-
to b.     Harriman   replied    by  calling
Fish a  liar, ancl the fight followed.
i        This is the label that riiarantees
! richest fabrics, finest tailoring,
newest styles and unmatch-
nble values.
It is a good thing to look
for ��� and a good thing to
find.
Condensed
Advertisements
It goes in all
25��g| "Progress Brand"
Suits and Overcoats    M
Is it in your clothes?  It should be.
L.   de BECK
WANTED���Three furnished rooms
for housekeeping. Apply Daily
News office.
TO LET���Bed sitting room furnished,
near Crescent and car. Apply White
Shiles  &  OO.,  Columbia  street.
WANTED���Boy to take charge of office. Apply in own handwriting to
S. Q. care of Daily News office.
WANTED���Assistant in the ready to
year department, must have experience.   Apply W. S. Collister etc Co.
ROOM AND BOARD
lly. Apply corner
and Eleventh streei
in private cam-
Queens avenue
ASSAILED   WITH   EGGS.
IIIIPS Wardrobe
Sunday
Comforts
MEATS
SAUSAGE
BOLOGNA
FARMER'S PORK
WANTED���To rent a furnished co*.-
tage or flat Immediately. Apply A.
C,   Daily   News  Ofice.
WANTED���By experienced >oung
lady, position as stenographer and
typist. Write iMiss K. D. News
office.
LOST���Tusk-shaped pearl stick pin,
({Old mounted. Suitable reward.
Return to H. E. Cochran, care Of
W. J. Kerr.
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lew Wellington COAL
IAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in jtock.
I FRONT STREET, FOOT CF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
Street Preachers Not Popular on Winnipeg Street Corners.
Winnipeg,  Aug,  2S���With the    exception    of   egg-throwing  from   the
windows of the Commonwealth hlock,
one ostensibly for the  purpose    of.
dispersing    the    street    evangelists,
there was nothing to    indicate   that
the  police had  received  any definite
instructions with regard to regulating!
pedestrian   traffic   at   the   corner  of:
Main  and  Market  streets last night, j
The first to occupy tiie corner was a I
small  detachment    of the    Salvation!
army,  their  first appearance at that
particular spot fdr several nights, and i
when   they   proceeded  to  the  citadel
at   eight  o'clock,  their  place was at
once occupied by the Scottish street
ireachers, About fifty persona at
nice assembled, through curiosity,
lerhaps, nunc than anything els . 'm
:'n sir numbers became depleted as the
musicians of the "Hindu hi all r"
passed on their way to Hlgglns avenue, ih" band striking up a lively.
swinging march when opposite the
Newfoundland restaurant.   The crowd
round the evengelist?, however,
igain I ' gan to multiply, and when the
eggs began to /all in the street thc
number of onlookers incr ased rapidly. The throwing of hen fruit had little or no effect on the evengelists.
The Scottish preachers, are now.
with the exceptioij of the Salvation
army, the only speakers wdio occupy
the corner in question. Professor
M ibius has not lectured there since
��� . v : s ibjected to a storm of eggs,
iin. London missionary and his daughter have shifted their quarters tn the
neighborhood of Logan avenue, whilst
Prof. Sutton is apparently on a vaca-
I tion.
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
-'������
PERFECTION
COCOA
(MapU Leaf
Label)
Is gaining ln favor every day.   Our output last year was double the
preceding one.   The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
JANITOR WANTED ror Central
Schoo], New Westminster. Applications received until noon of Sept.
ath.    R. Lennie,  Secretary.
FOR SALE���A growing bakery and
confectionery business on Columbia
street. A splendid opportunity for
a man with small capital. Apply
165 Columbia street. tl
FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
rooms to let in Vancouver, 2u Hastings St., W. next door to Palace
hotel, Mrs. E. J. Grieve, proprietress.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Blanches throughout Canada and New foundland, and in London, England,
New York. Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available -wi tL correspondents in all Darts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of %\ and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cert, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total   Assets  over $lC8.000.000.no.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G. D. BRYMNER, Manager
6-ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth St.,
between Third .and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to be
sold immediately; a bargain at
$1500, half cash. Apply McQuarrie
eli Co., Front St.
I ���	
i TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive-
|    ly in timber.   Have large and smai.
tracts  on   water.    If  you   wish  tc
j     buy or sell, see me.   5. R. Chandler,
407 Hastings St., Vancouver. B.C.
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
To accommodate all the guests
who will visit the city during exhibition time it is desired that all householders prepared to offer accommodation at reasonable rates will leave
their addresses with Edward Hoult
billeting agent at the city hall, where
all information may be obtained.
ALEX. GARRETT,
Chai: man of the Billeting committee.
p-(>. Box   345
'Phone   105.
For all kinds of cut flowers and pot-
led plants, see Tidy, tbe florist.
45   MILLIONS
Til AT IS YOUR SECURITY
when vol; bank with
The
ROYAL BANK ^CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
���' ��� wi lcome small accounts anel pay interest four times
'I'ear on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B.  LYLE,  Manager.
FOR THE BEST
Photograph
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MONEY CAN BUY
AT ANY PRICE
VISIT
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Shooting Season Accidents
Shooting season opens on Monday, and accidents are common every year, but the wise
sportsman will take out an accident policy
to protect himself against   any mishap.
I will write you a policy for any length of
time, from a day to a year.
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"c<*-'nts receive every attention. UotllMr
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sales Notes   Proprietor,   L. HAWEIS quality and price.
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THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Dally News Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
JloeB,   corner   ot   Sixth   and   Fron:
streets, N'ew Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
Dcn't be persuaded to use
imported salt on the grounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is the cheapest
in the end.
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ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o
tbe inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
eents .ier line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
tribiited by an interviewer to Hon.
Frank Oliver The safe plan for the
nailer is to set down as a mistake���
t.iat is the charitable way to put it���
any statement put into the mouth of
a public man of standing, vvhich is
either inconsistent with his known
views, unworthy of his general reputation, or improbable in itself. Mr.
Oliver seems to have been made the
per   word.      No  advertisement taken   victim of several of these "mistakes.'
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office   A22
Night  Office    B22
One interviewer, for instance, made
him say that lt was in contemplation
to band over the administration of
the British Columbian railway belt to
the Provincial government. He never
said anything of t'.ie kind.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 30. 1907.
MORAL REFORM.
in  common  with  all other people
who   have   the   welfare   and  progress
of the country at heart, we welcome
efforts to raise the moral tone of the
community anil   to   direct  the  cleansing  force of -j   healthy    and  active
public opinion againsi the evils which
exist in our social conditions,    There
cannot    be    any   doubt that the so-
called   "restricted   district" might   be
much further restricted with advantage; nor will it be disputed that many
people Indulge in an excessive use of
stimulants,  and   that   the   "bar"   puts
temptation in the way of ninny whom
ii  would be well    to shield from  it.
We are therefore thoroughly in sympathy with the general aim and purpose of such addresses as that  which
Rev. Dr.  Tufts delivered in this city
on  Wednesday  evening
not help thinking that
attention    to   certain    details    would
have  strengthened  the  address ns  a
moral force.    For example, while we -,
should not  dream of holding up New
Westminster as a place in which reform was not necessary, we do maintain that   it is justly  entitled  to rank
now, and has always been justly en-
titled to rank,    as oiK. of    the most ',
moral cities on  the coast    That  vice
exists is true, and will continue to he'
true  until  the  mil loni um  dawns,  but
vice rarely flaunts Itself here as we
know  il   does  elsewhere.    There are'
saloons or bars where intoxicants are I
sold; but these ar^, in proportion to
the population, very  few  in number
as compared with Victoria, certainly,
mui we believe with Vancouver also.;
Anel  these things are  true  because of
the strong moral Bentiment which has
always  prevailed   In  the  community.
;_. correctly reported, Dr. Tufts spoke!
sa_s ir    New   Westminster  needed   to
arouse Itself and labor in order to fit
Itself to become a c.'ty of homes.   Il
he wtr, nol a strange? he would have
K4f,wn   thai     it   is  praeminently thei
city of homes.and the city of churches i
also, and that it has a staff of clergy '
of various denominations who. steadily and quietly, with thought  and  labor,  strive'   to  maintain  nnd   Increase
its  claim   to   rank   as   a   place  whic.,
quiet,  clean-living  people can  safely
choose as the home of their families.
Did you ever, when in Victoria, feel
as if your breathing apparatus had
suddenly gone on strike, or as if you
,tiad been attacked by a swarm of peculiarly acrid and vicious microlM's?
It' so, you will be glad to learn that'
public opinion in that city is at last
finding voice to demand that thei
chemical works be no longer allowed
to poison the circumambient air with
their noxious fumes. High time, too;
particularly in a place which counts
its attractiveness, from the tourist's
jxiint of view, among its most valuable assets.
AOOITIONAMJOCAL NEWS.
A meeting of representatives of the!
city council and the It. A.  et   I.  s>
ciety took place Wednesday at the exhibition grounds when plans for the
annual [air were helped along a notch '
towards  completion.     Arrangements;
were made for strengthening the foun-!
dations   of   the   exhibition   buildings,
and  also to have the  various  femes; |
and pens repaired.    A meeting of the !
celebration committee will be held on '
Tuesday    evening    next    when    the
various committees will report on the 11
progress of plans  for providing good !
entertainment during exhibition week. I
Owing to the advance ln the price
of material and labor, the blacksmiths
of this city have decided that on and
after Monday, Sept. 1, the price of
horseshoeing will be advanced. This
scheme had been mooted several
months ago, but nothing had been
done, and farmers aud others inter-
etsed had long since given up the idea
of ever having to pay more than the
current price for the renewal of shoes
on their horses hoofs, but tjie awakening has come at last. Today and
tomorrow will be exceptionally busy
days around the blacksmith shops of
the city.
The New Westminster Fruit Canning plant is now working with a
pretty large force���2,2 or 40 helpers,
yet the manager, Mr. Haigh, states
that he could give employment to a
still larger crew. They are putting
up   about   1000-gallon   cans  of   goods
SILVER
PLATE
NOW  THAT  WE   HAVE  OUR    NEW    CASES   AND   THE
NEW    GOODS   OPENED UP. CALL ON US BEFORE PUR
CHASING   ELSEWHERE. EQUALLY
LOOK   OR   TO   BUY.
Wf.LCOME      TO
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
a day or about 2500-plnt cans in the .
same Iengthof time.   The capacity of i
the plant has been greatly Increased
this  year by the  installation    of    a i
number   of   machines   which   save'  a j
great deal of hard labor.    Mr, Haigh J
reports that not only is he stuck tor
sufficient   help,   but   is   handicapped
tor lack  for floor space. He has now j
on   file  orders   for   $10,000   worth   of j
goods more than he has in stock.
For good school shoes go to Kyle's
(lood  Cheer  Store, Front street
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Optical Department
A  large   proportion  of  the    public
but  we can-   these  days   wear  GLASSES���still    a;
little more ��� larger proportion need them.   We are
in shape to suit glasses to any sight5
no  matter how  young    or  how  old.
You   may  have  just  failing  sight or
you may  have mixed  sight.    It's  all I
the same to us, we have the applian- j
ces and glasses to suit anybody and I
everybody.    As    to  prices,  well    we'
have   them   from  50  cents  up.    XO
FIT NO  PAY.
D.S. CURTIS & CO., Drugs, Spectacles.Sceds
New Westminster
There is Still a
Chance
to buy cheap land on the new Westminster - to - Cloverdale   car   line.
X Near the Scott road, this side of the
Newton road, we can sell you land
at $30 and $35 per acre!
Abbott & Hyde
Next Guichon Hotel     -     -     New Westminster
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Hunting
Boots
!f you are contemplating a
hunting trip this Fall���let
us talk Hunting Boots to you
IN  THE  STREET.
Th..  good   folk of  the capital   nr,-
lioginnning to feel that the auto drlv- '
ers    are    "getting nn  their nerves."1
Reckless   driving  after  dark is   certainly .'mi conducive to the health and
oomforl   of   pedestrians,   and   aa   ihe.
greal   majority of    people belong lo
thai   cl ess.  the chanci a  are  thai  the
people In the devil-carriages wlll have
to cui     I heir spi cirri.-;  or face  very .
unpleasant   Interviews  with the beak.
In the discussion of the subject, the
advisabillt;  of compelling ail vehlcli b
to carry lights after darl.  has  been
moon d.      The   Dail..   N'ew    broughl
thai matter up Borne time ago, aad is
Birqngly  Inclined  to urge    lt,     The
si I'e. is are, en the rir.it place, for the !
use of [pedestrians, and no reasonable
measure to secure their comfort and
safety In the use of the sir.ess ought
to  be  neglected;   to  say  nothing  of
the fact thai the Bafetj of those wh i
use vehicles would be enhanced,
Our strong line of Hunting
Boots is of the celebrated
Dayfoot make.
This is a 15-inch Top Boot
made of brown moose hide
--a perfectly waterproof
boot and one that will
stand all kinds of wear.
Our price for them is
$7.00 a pair.
Seejour line of Light
Trouting Boots. We
can show you a first-
class article in these
goods.
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We also have the American DIZER BOOT-the
finest prospector and Hunting Boot made
"in the world.
Prices, $9 to $11 a pair.
Oar line of Hunting Boots made in different length
tops at $5.00 a pair are unequalled
elsewhere.
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE Ltd.  -
New Westminster, B. C.
SION OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS.
WE THINK THEY Al
A GOOD BUY
198x132 ft., with 6G ft. streets on two sides]
and a 100 ft. street on one end, for $12001
on terms.
The^e lots are nearly all cleared, and are onl;
50 feet from the survey of the new Vancouv
car line, and only one block from the 12th St. ca_|
They face south and have a fine view.
Hale *& Lain
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPEI
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone  335
P. O. Box
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.SPECIAL
10 Acres, Section 30, Township 2, Surrey,
$500
one-half cash, balance 1 year at 7 per cent
P. PEEBLES
[ 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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There are Four Loj
on Sixth Avenue which can be had
till Monday for
$1,200
And a lot on Sixth Street for $800
BOURNE y GORDO|
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
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MONEY ��� MA! ZING   RECIPK]
Furnishings
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l am the pioneer Furniture and i
Director .und Embalmer, and I w   i Bell you anythlngln m)
and will give you better value tli m you can get In any <
ln the city.   Try mc.
;���:        Wall  Papers in  endless variety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.
$         Matting from 15c up.    Linoleums from 45c  up. Curtain Str  I
jjj        ers, the best made, $2.25 per   set.      Carpets, all   grades
|         prices.    Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.
I S��!        ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
|   All kinds or job worl? and repairing done on shortesl notice.   \
!|j  able prices and Satisfaction "guatantoed.   New goods arriving
'!���!   I have .sold the block and am still doing business In the
; A   and In the same old way. 	
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Price    -    -     $!���
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New
Fall Coats   :
kHEl'lill.!> OF THE EVENIN.H AND EARLY MORNINGS i
f^ORCIBLE REMINDERS OF FALL DRESS NECESSITIES. "
,QinCK   BUYING  OF  IMPORTED  FALL  COATS  AM, OOS-  ���
[_, SHOWS   KEEN  KNOWLEDGE OP FASHION'S BEST.        ���
,r). gtyle of Long Coats and  Shorl  Coats,    loose .and    semi- *
ag#well as several of the    New Tourlsl  Coats of    heathe- ���
|.an shed"-    The new Jap   sleeves    are very   prominenl  anl ���
ibavt.  the  strappings  over  the ahoulde     to   ;ive the latest f
rft��c<      Colors  are  the becoming    cardinal,    green,    fancy ���
L stripes  of    brown or garnet,  exquisite, soft,  warm-looking *i
I.   prices  range  from     $5.00 t0 $50.00 ���
tare showing the most complete line of Dresj Skirts ever on ���
J.,,   |n   Westminster.    These come eanamas and all :;
[...,.. weaves te> be found on the market. ���
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Designed  by our regular artisl  staff,  *
* - ___ ,y^~^kk-^^5^      !��������������� 'ier  own  ca; t-f,il   people',   we-   ���
Ttffp- sWt ���"'���'���'"' ;"ul correctness in   ^
���BK^&iSi everj   way, and    exceptlonalh   gool
Ir b'JaW ���
mater] Is.   Al] ti e fashiona ele shapes  *
can    i.e- ha I  hi    .    an i the ribbons,
lit/ /w velvets     ri  wings allow full play in   %
mlX   ' colors an I  1 olor con 1 n tions, *
Our
Staple Department     .
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���   or more abundantly   stocked    th :.  al   the  preseni   *
,.-;;���:" lines of Sheets, Shi Plllov.   1   ������ ns.   Towels,
lug, Table  Linens,  Napkins,   I     e  Irish   Liner.   Table  Cloths;  ���
n yards long, bord 1 rout, b    Special 25 per cent ���:���
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[New  Dress  Goods     :
j           [quarters for all the  newest  Fall  Fabrics.   We have %
a vast assoi                  Plain  Cloths  and    Fancy ri
,v ��� are justly pro   I,      M in ���    .    '       patterns  a ���
. .   ���        ild only be ap       I il       / visiting this store to Bee ���
U being   hown.
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I ) Tartans, In   1 lalds 65c to $1.25 yard  *
I exandra  Clothe,   . ���   Serg -    Panamas,  Poplins, ^
 ,    50c to   $2.25  ���
I   11 :���:!  Suiting Plai Chei      ad Stripe Fabrics  -i
    35c  to  $2.00  *
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STORE   CLOSES   AT   5    P. M. *
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T. H. SMITH :
267 and 271 Columbia Streel, New Westminster.
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CITY NEWS
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JUST   RECEIVED
A Large Shipment of
rockery^Glassware
P'E Ls A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANY-
PNG IN THAT LINE.      OUR  PRICES
ARE  RIGHT.
il. Bckert, fonnerlj proprietor of
the 3. c. Heex Manufacturing company,
arrived in the citj   yesterday    from
Chiiliwack on a Short visit.
Choice? ereamery butter at 30 cents
per lb. at Kyle & Son. Front street.
Tenders have been called for by
the clerk of Burnaby municipality for
brushing nnd grading Tenth avenue
from Fourteenth street te> Twentieth
strete. Pour contracts will be let,
ea   1 covering ten chains of Btret.
Guns for hire at Oeo. it. Speck's
Trapp block, Columbia street
A full turn OUI Of the baseball ',,..1111
needed  this  > venlng   al  Queen'B
rk, it being the Intention    of the
in igement  to gel   the  players    In
1"       1   condition    for    the.    games
wni b are to take place during exhi-
"ii week.
Miss Gertrude Wells, who had been
' nin-' iii the C< ntral school fen- the
iwst few months, u leaving todaj for
into, where she -ril! continue her
- 1 lies In the Normal school.
Jack Saint, formerly of Columl lan
college, left yesterday for Queers
college, Kingston, Ont., where he will
pursue his stu lies.    Mr. Saint's 11111-
��� ition Is  to  have  the  letters,  M,   U.,
iched to his name.
$1300, easy payments; nice little
home on city car line; 6 rooms; mod-
ern; lot 60x140; fruit trees and small
fruits; stable In rear.   Abbott & Hyde
The meeting of the Xew Westminster lacrosse club which was to have
taken place last evening for the purpose ot taking action with regard to
the Vancouver-New Westminster pro-
te it was adjourned until this evening.
1 a .-��� 1 .. car line fo by eat h,
terms 1-2 cash, balance C and ri. See
.Murray Bros., opposite Windsor.
The Rev. .1. S. Henderson returned
yesterday from Eastern Canada, where
be had been spending the past few
weeks. During his trip east, Mr,
Henderson   made  arrangements    for
lie (���ennui; here ot the Tecumsehs,
and also transacl I other lacrosse
��� ess, r.b. of which has been previously noted in these columns.
\ nut thirty-five young people went
di .\e: the river to Harry Hun's place
on Crescent islan.1 yesterday evening
t ) lake part in a dance. Three
launches, Blair's, Reichenbach's and
Small & Bucklin's, wire comnilssion-
,. 1 to lake down the party, which was
expei ted tee rei irn to the city In time
��� .- the merry maket - to ego to work
I ... usual today.
Fruit and poultry farm in Surrey,
r,e miles from New Westminster,
:. 1 bouse and well; ri acres cleared,
in e pari Aider bottom, Price
$25 per acre. Easy payments. White
& Shiles & Ce'.. iia.Columbia Street,;
New Westminster. 8-16-7
���; i,;. new tug now  under construe- ,
Hon ne ir the  Sm ill  &  Bucklln  mill
Is gradually assuming shape and ex- !
m cted to be ri a Ij for btisini ss witli-
��� . -.,,, mouths.   The machinery wa ���
,.,1 three weeks ago from Scot-
I  via  the Blue    Funnel    line   ol
imers, an i shoul I arrive here   In
: 3S  than  two n mths.    The tug  is
owned by Mess       flayers & Presi in,
,. |] be us 2 f ir teewin, pur
.'.i the river.
A bush fire yesterday afternoon on
Kigluli street, between Fifth ami
Sixth avenues, necessitated a turnout on tbe part of the firemen stationed at No. 2 hall. Beyond destroying about half an acre of grass und |
small trees, the fire did no damage.
On  new  cut off line  to  Vancouver,'
Burnaby, near  Tenth  avenue,  21  full,
sizeel   lots-, price  1400;    easy    terms.
Abbott  & Hyde, next Guichon    hotel, '
New Westminster.
I
.1. .1.  Jones  has  posted  an  appliea- ,
tion in the water commissioner's office for a record of 2 inches of water
from a stream emptying into Burnaby j
lake through lots sti and 87.   The wa-
ter  is  required   for agricultural  and.
domestic   purpose's.
1
Any person  wishing to buy a heavy
timbered Cottonwood farm at a bargain should call ai Murray Bros., opposite Windsor.
George McArthur, who tor the past
six years has been acting as motor-
man tor the B. C. E. R., severed his
connection with that company yesterday. Mr. .McArthur will take up 1
posit ion as brakeman on the (!. N. R.
in the course of the nexl  few days.
Two small size fire-proof safes now I
on hand, A'riott & Hyde, next, Gui- 1
chon hotel, agents for Victor Safe Co. I
A return match against the Fair-
View intermediates will be played at 1
Recreation park, Vancouver, either j
on Saturday, September 7, or the Saturday following. The local boys will
keep on practicing in the meantime,
although they figure out that it is
hardly worth while.
Money to loan on mortgage on approved security. White <�� Shiles, Columbia  street, city.
DIED.
DIGBY���On   Thursday,   28th.   August,
Charles   Digby  of  Albert,   Crescent,
aged 72.
Funeial will take place from the
family residence'at 2:30 to St. Mary's
church, Sapperton, thence to the cemetery.
Columbian College
will  re-open  9  a.   m.,
TUESDAY, Sept. 17
Gymnasium and Y. M. C. A.
building will lie ready for use
October  1st.
For Calendar,  etc.,  address:
COLUMBIAN      COLLEGE.
LADIES'
Hairdressing Parlors
Hairdressing Tonic Washes
Manicuring Toilet Articles
Shampooing Facial Massage
Scalp Treatment Given
PRI DAY and
SATURDAY
SNAPS
: AT :
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ees
Emporium
10 pair Oriental stripe Portiers
and Curtains, suitable for archways, etc.   Reg. $3.50, for $2.75
10 pair Tapestry, in greens, reds
and fancy colors. Reg. $6.00, for
$4.95
Clearing out of oddments.
Framed Pictures at half of their
regular values. Steel Engravings,
Oil Paintings, etc., in gilt and oak
frames. Values 75c to $5. Snap
price 25c to $2.50
10 only, Iron Beds, slightly damaged through transit. Values up
to $7.   Snap price $2.50, $3
About 30 short ends of Oilcloth
and Linoleum, to be sold at half
price to clear these ends.   Come.
Upholstering  and   Picture Framing a specialty
OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia |.~
Street. Entrance on Sixth street  $
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ADAMS y DEANS
fest Site for Residences in the City
11 '-��� Ren's A.venue,    etwi m Second u     rhlrd S'
","1'  '   lane In rear.    $2,000; 1-3 cabli. bal. 6 & U
WU i:   ��� ']-- 0'rilianage. on car line; road aa tl
$1,000;   w D
I   ! -. astiu-v ffUl not be long on the market.
Nod, marh & c0
f^Land
Specialists,
New Westminster
I j i require snaps -' e i an BUppl.
you. 3 lbs, Co ��� 25 cents 111 riyli &
g n. 255 Fronl  atra ���'.
Mies Carrie Campbell an 1 M sa
.Minnie' Boyd, of Winnipeg, returneJ
,, sterdaj rr.nn Portlan I, Oregon,
Where Lhej have been visiting friends
an i will remain In New WeBtmlnsl i ,
;, time as guesta of Alderman and
Mrs, .1. .1. Johnston. The young la llej j
Bpi ni several weeks with Mr, and
Mrs. Johnston before theii- departure
for Portland.
,���m'i forgel the Bale nr la.las'
work al Eagles' hall on Saturday,
Aug. ri, at 8 o'clock p, m.
The West Bn I Intermediates will go |
,,.,,.  to  Vancouver  on   Saturday  to
p]ay ��� game againsi rh.'   Vancouver
Athletic lacrosse I 1am for medals do-
.',,,, ,,v the club,   Airi-r last night's
eagy victory over the chamUloii Palr-
v!i.w.s,  ill"  We��l   Binders  figure oi)| |
,    ,:,,.,   will  have    an easy    time j
,;;,.���  the Athletics, bat. all the same-j
. in,,..,,1 to tai'*' across a dozeri^
,,'.,,,', who can be depended i n la
..   ., rasi  scrappy game   whdfc
,  . ri :   ( iponenta   on   the
Id,
For cut flowers, ..minuets nr fun-
,. I designs telephone T. Davies &
sou. D 804. ���<
Bring in Your Wife j
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs in remind bin old patrons
as we'll al prospective customers, thai new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stool, of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to lool;, to buy or ie) rest,
Same   old   address:
;.:.4 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
1
GENTLEMEN!
What is nicer than a
well-cut SuU, made of
the finest materials?
I have the finest selection of Cloths to
choose from in Vancouver.
THE VERY LATES1 STYLES
DAN STEWART & CO., Tailors
145 Hastings St. W., -  fca&ftfii
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
/
|| Highest Cash Price Paid
ANY   Man   that   is
fortunate  enough
to   have   a   Wife
will   do   well    to
bring  her   along   when
ready to   select his Fall
and Winter Suit.
We   Extend
Pe rsonal
to Her    a
Invitation
A Woman's eyes see and
appreciate the quality of
fabrics, the accentuated
point we call style; the ex- ���
cellent tailoring; the artistic touch and the care
we give details, and the
cut.
Men know whether they
like the general style and
feel of the fabric when they put on a Suit, ancl, after
they have worn it, the tailoring and look of the suit.
But a woman will know at a glance just what you
are getting, how it becomes you and how well it is
worth the price, no matter what grade of suit you buy
Suits $10, $12, $15, $18 to $30
H. L. DeBECK
THE
Clothier
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TH?] DAILY NEWS.
Good Investments
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in Choice Acreage
AND
Handsome Homes
Not only PKonograpns, GrapKopKones
and Victor Talking Machines can te
purchased at TODD'S Music House,
but also tke finest Pianos manufactured
in the Dominion oi Canada.
NORDHEIMER      DOMINION
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS
J. H. TODD
New Westminster s Music Hou.se
Our- Lis'c is the largest, most complete and up-to-date in this city,
it LOTS on
streets,   Sn
balance  t
1 Lot
back
. Brunetfj and DIstllleryl    160 acres, less 3% for new railway,
yperton. . $1600;  half cash,   Township ri Sec. 11; all bottom land,
i* ms.
*0xi32. ��,., s. Vn of S, lane
ird ar.d Queen's avenae.   Price  rou
*12r Al hall  tfiish, hal. C months.
\ lots btrtween Founn avenue and
.Third a,v��Oue between Thirteenth and
f Fourteenth street, Xos. 21, 24, 25 anel
30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half cash, half six nionths.
Bleck coiner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $8.00, a
splendid investment.
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;, |
at 40 acres under-drained, ditched toll I
nei and fenced around and though
centre; a room house; barn 40x75,1
sufficient feed for about, 300 head of
Btock. Price $8000; terms one-third I
cash, bal. to suit purchaser. One mile |
trom station on new car line.
Lot 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street;  full size $1600.
F,.n sizeed Lot on 4th St. at the end I
'jf Regina  St.,  between  5th  and Cth
avenues, west side of 4th St.    Price
$400;   half cash. ^r -**'
4 Lots KSxl32 each. 4th avenue,;
13th street.    $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES on 1 lot, Kefirj Street,
Sapperton; 5 rooms and kitAen, wood
shed and 4 roow*s, kitchrh and wood
shed. $1000 each, one-'.hird cash, balance easy.
T7.5S ACRES, black loam land, all
ploughed and cleared and dyke!;    N.
C ACRE
Lot   i
160  ACRES about  two  miles   from; K   ^ gect   r,    $75 per acre, one-third
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;   price $C50.
160 acres less right of way about 8
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
an 1 partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $1760
cash, balance to be arranged.
STEW PAN KITH ENAMEL CDtEB
WIRE  EEE  AND VEGETAELt S-JOILER
DAVIDSON'S
CEREAL
STEAM
COOKER
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.
acres for railway;   25 acres stumped,  ^ g    S(mth gide o( ^ rim.   nftar
15 acre,, roughly cleared and fenced; j br cash_
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28 |
2   IX)TS,   122x132.  N.-W.   corner  of
St. Andrews.    Price
and lean  too 16x22;   barn 30x32 anl
lean   too  32x14;   granary   10x16;   two j 10th Street    and
chicfeen houses, each    10x12;    wagon : $1050; half cash.
sheil 20x30;   small milk house, small!     1 LOT, full size,   Block 59,   Lot 8,
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing I Sub. 9;  partly cleared,    $200, or $150
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price ' cash.
$6000;   $2000 cash, balance easily ar
ranged ,at 7 per cent.
ANE��-
WH1TE  ttflthL   Oli��.H
Vegetable Boiler
Made in "Premier"
and "Colonial" Enamelled Steel Ware
BRYSON & SONS
Full sized lot on Third street, between Roval and Queens avenue east
side, new  hojeji?;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
27V2 acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% -storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$ 4 , 7 0 0 j
and 12 months.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
; house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
' $5,000, easy terms.
120 acres,  E  1-4,  section 25, town-   ;:
$.:. ash.   rierine,   6   *'"*�� 9" MaPle RU]^' l hi{ra 70x78  ft"   %
, 1  barn  3S>x70  ft.,  6-room  house,    all' ri
| nearly new; 70 acres cleared, 50 acres  ri
This property is only % mile from j under cultivation; balance as pasture,   $
tram  line.    Over two hundred  chick-   easily   cleared, 2 acres   of   orchard;   ri
ens and ducks could be sold with the  good^rich bottom land;  2 good wells' -b
cash, one-third 3 months, one-third 6
months.
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing Sth Avenue.
4 lots cleared, small house, chicken
house, 175 chickens; fenced. Inclusive
price $1500, $1000 cash.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north side between First and Second
streets, No. 5, 6 and 7. Price $400
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side of Hamilton street between Sixth and Eighth
streets; $225.
28 acres on Mara road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 7 %.
2 lots on Sth St. between 5th and
Oth Ave. on east side; ful! sized, 66x
132; Nos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Koyal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
property at a snap.
Agents MONARCH RANGES
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
Ladies, Win
$15--or���$10
EASTERBROOK   MStUNG  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PiHBES - FSrst, $15; second, $10, for
the beat loaf ��f brttad exhibited.at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibit ion, imsde with tbheir celebrated
IMPERIAL    f LOUR - IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed ���all thr.t in necessary is that the
bread be made with  IMPERIAL FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND PEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. Ne'w  Westminster. Telephone 333.
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in th-2 city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated or. the coraers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot fixing Fourth avenue anl
I First street, held at $1000); two lots
lou Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $-150;
five Ints, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050. .
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    wav
stations will run  every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
]i. m.
Cars leave the depot every
tiventy minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:    Cars leave tram
office on tiie hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, conimencing at 6;20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes alter
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m,
Sunday Service tmir-nouriy between 8.30 a.m. nnd 11 p.m.
I
British Columbia Eleccric Ry. Co., Ltd
��� Seven roomed house all
\ modern improvements, north
i side of Hamilton St. $1500
! 1-2 cash balance easy at 7
i per cent.
| and creek; $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,
, balance easy.
2%   storey   house,  10  rooms,   also
: modern    improvements;   lot    66x132;
lane at back; part of lot set out with
j fruit   trees    and    nice    lawn.    Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance  6 and  12
��� months at. 7 per cent.
1  lot No. 24  on  13th.  street  south
'- side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
, on Sth  avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small,
; hou#e,   chicken    house,    175    choice
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
11-2 house, 6 rooms and flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from .ind
i street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900;   1-2 cash, terms for balance at
| 7 per cent.    Size of lot 55x165.
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11  of 3. Price
$500 tor three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
| balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth ami Merrlvale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
| oc Gilley road,   $225 per acre.   Acreage is selling fast at this price;
No.  308.���8-roomed  House,  with  bath
room,   etc.;   Agnes   St.      $2,500;   ri,
cash, balance 2 and 0 mos. at 7 r}.
N'o. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms \'2 cash, balance
3 and 0 months at 7 <:',.
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, between  7th and Sth avenues.
2 houses corner or Merrival and
Agnes; full sized lot: city block 31,
lot 11 j one house rents tor $25, the
other $10; flush closets am! all con-'
nected with sewers. Price $3,500,
C. sh $2,0*1(1. balance in 6, 12 ind 18
months at 7 r'< ���
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 0 of 4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a conimmamiiug
situation; Third avenue, at foot ot
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot J
60x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees, Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; s< aides, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 369, Joins Lake Coramur,
about rn acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.   Jump.
,<* i.iH���i
-*>  Wl-ner   Blue   \i   ���., i
am   triune.it,,  roa I,   Bouth ml
"* '""-''i   "ous' ;   parlor, dinln
fcltthen, and thi'. ���    ,    ooma; ^j
ed;.  conservatory  30 or le, feet|
heeated by pipes; w< :: stable'
15   bearing fruit   trees; eonsidl
stock ready to pit nl oul. .   .,..,
5 acres clean.! Umber
maining acre; all fenced; ri
from school. Prii (��� $3000; half!
bal. in 6 month- al T per centT
1 Lot 88x132, 4th avenue, 13|
$800 cash.
3 LOTS, 5, 6 & 7, full sizd
cleared, upper side of ,",._. AvenJ
tween 1st and 2nd Streets, PricJ
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from 1st Strei
6th Avenue on south side. N'o. [
37 & 38, full size. Price $11001
four, or $300 each; half cash.
Double tenement bouse, 4tb
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot. Price !
cash half and half in li months -,
Rents for $10 each tenant.
40 acres y_ section 14, N. '���. ol
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from bril
Haworth road, Surrey; house L
41-j storey house, 3 rooms finish!
other 3 can be added upstairsjf
shack; 1% acres cleared anel
with clover, red; fairly easily c|
One mile from shingle mill.
$1,200;. terms half cash, balai
months at 7 %.
Full sized lot No. 12 on Rnyd
and  Sth  St.    Price $.1050,   t_ailj
. balance at 7 ';  per annum.
Westerly i. 11 ot 63, Su'.i. Bl
: 132x132 corner 100 feet square!
: houses drawing $28 per month,*;
��� $5,000, half cash, balance in '
: months.
160 S.K. Vi of Section 26, Di
! 10 acres,partly cleared; Kanaka!
i running through; good road; on|
��� n< rth of Webster's corner;
; mill and P.O. at thc west cornea
\ ber worth $7 per acre; cedar afl
i 4   miles    from    Port    Haney.
$2,100: terms $l,lu0 cash, balan|
ranged.
Large lot and  two cottages
j lumbia street, Sapperton.   I     '
at $10 each.
Oue and one-baif storey hous!
fall size lot, situated north sil
Roya! avenue and corner of McB
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hq
cold water, closet; woodshed;
bearig fruit trees; streets onl
sides; fine view. Price $1.800|
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Ql
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Q|
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared
alongside nnd  back.     Price   H
half cash, balance easy at 7 %.
150 r.cres improved land, i'"'!
and sheds complete, near Clove|
ail under cultivation, $15,000.
can  handle  this, don't  delay;
bargain; terms can be arrangeell
2 lots, 20, 21; No. 20, $1701 N|
(corner) $175. Durham and Sf
streets.
tarFor  the  above  four  I"'11!"
special price will he made to onj
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., betwei
and 5th Ave.; 2 Elnglc and 1 dj
bedrooms upstairs, and bnthj
down stairs; parlor, dining roon*
chen nnd pantry. Full Blzed lo|
ning back to Ash St. Price H
$1,500 cash, balance at $600 |
at 7 per cent.
REAL
Telephone   333
ESTATE   BROKERS
Front   Street Telephone ^33 AUGUST JO, 1907.
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Pacific Railway Co. |    WHEN  GOING EAST
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THE DATLY NEWS.
<      PAGE SEVEN
-   jirbia Coast Una
Service.
T|ME TABLE
*c Coast Line Service.
' alASKA ROUTE.
3ange without notice).
I
to
ti'".
Leaves Vancouver,
itrice . ��� ��� July 6, 11 p. m.
6 May July 12�� u P< m-
L Beatrice.. .July 19. 11 p. m.
^jjay July 26, 11 p. m.
L Beatrice...Aug. 2, 11  p. m.
* jiaj Aug. 9, 11  p. m.
|^ Beatrice...Aug. 16, 11 p.m.
' May  Aug. 23, 11 p.m
^ Beatrice... Attg. 30, 11 p.m
jMUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE
Ljucess Victoria leaves Vancou
IfJ"
daily.
|,es Victoria daily at 1 a.m.
������lORIA-SUATTLE ROUTE.
"pKlNCKSS BEATRICE.
us Victoria daily except Monda.
|jSiA    NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE. j
S.S.  Rithet
Victoria   ou   Tuesdaj   and
Lat; a.m., ami leaves Nen West
j on Wednesday and Saturda)
D. I
||IC0UVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
ILjVani .uver daily at 1:30 p.m
WEST COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
L: Victoria at  11  p.m. on  1st,
\ nth each month for Clayn-'
I leaves Victoria   on    20th    for
Uo and way points.
JerFRASER RIVER ROUTL.
Steamer Transfer
Ih New Westminster  on Mon
today,   Wednesday,   Thursda; !
toy at 3 p.  m. and  Sal irday
In, with additional trip on Mon
ja. m.
bStsveston Monday, Tues lay
slay, Thursday and Saturday al
Ji; Friday at fi a. m. additions,
Ikiirday 5 p. m.
||| FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
fa Sew Westminster, 8 a. m.
B, Wednesdays and Fridays.
��� Chiiliwack 7 a. ru. Tuesday,
(_? and  Saturday*,   calling   at
between   New   Westminster
Eliwack.
RTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
lies Vancouver at   8   p.m.   2nd;
IK* ot each   month,   calling  at
ln��te on fir.-: trip and Bella Coola
second Wj, Time on arrival and
ftcre are approximate.
)r reservations   and   information
or address
ED. GOULET,
Sent, N'ew Westminster
HJ. J. COYLE,
.Gen. Pass  Agent, Vancouver
,1. W. TROUP,
|B��I Siiiier'ntendent. Victoria
lorthern
IPacific
Three
franscontSnenta!
Trains Daily
.  Travel lh the Famous
PORTH ('MAST LIMITED"
fnc-lighted train.   Low Rates
piime.
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
tight Train, Every Day ,n the Veir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIX OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD
l&br^r'e���neW5t   and b��t ideas
a  t?t^tF��RT'   CONVENIENCE.
hni LVXLRV'      It   is   lighted   with
forth   electnc.ty   and   gas;   the   most
! brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the
world.      Ihe   equipment   consists   of
.private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
! further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
TIMBER NOTICES.
NOTICE    that   Henr:
ner of Timber License 11,509, thence ner ol Timber License 11,509, theuoe
south 40 chains, jhence east 160 north SO chain.-),, thence west 80
M.   chaius, thence north 40 chains,thence   chains, thenca south SO chains, thence
east SO chains- to point of commeuce-
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
'      ��     u
Any available Dominion Lands with-,
in the Railway Belt iu British Colum-
nient, and containing 6 to acres more
or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 22, 1907.
27. Commencing at a post planted
240 chains west of the southwest, corner of Timber License 11,50$, thence
TAK |    ^	
0'( onnor of New Westminster, B.C. west 160 chaii.s to poiut of corn-
occupation timber cruiser, intends to mencement, aud containing 640 acrts
apply for special timber licenses over   more or less.
the   following  described   lands,   situ- ii. Al O'CONNOR.
ateel in vicinity of Draney aud  Riv-      August 2':,. 1907.
ers   Inlets.   New   Westminster   Land       n. Commencing  at  a  post  planted
District, Coast District Range 2. 5" chains wes'. of the southwest cor-
1. Commencing at ft post planted at I ner    of    Timber   License     11,509,
the southwest corner of Timber Li- theuce south SO chains, theuce West, north 80 chains, tlueuee east 80
bia, may be homes.eaded by any per- cense 11,508, thence west 40 chains,' SO chaius, theuce north SO chains, chains, thence south SO chains, thenco
son who is the sole head of a family, thence north SO chains, thence east! thence east 80 cliains to poiut of west 80 chains to point ��ri eommence-
or anv male over 18 years of age to 120 cliains, thence south 40 chains, commencement, aud containing 640 ( ment, and containing 640 acres more
the extent of   one-quarter   section of   ""*"*  we8t ���� chains,  thence south  acres more or less. j or less.
,60 ; 40 chains to poiut of commencement, H. M. O'CONNO... H.  M.  O'CONNOR,
acres, more or less. ana containlng m acrw mon, or less       August 22, 1907. j    August 23, 1907.
H. M. O'CONNOR. 13. Commencing at a post planted      28. Commencing at a post  planted
j    August 23, 1907. | 80 chains west and 40 chains south | 160 chains north and SO chains east
which the land is situate. 2. Commencing   at   a   post   planted : of  the  southwest   corner  of  Timber   of  the northwest  corner  of  Timber
The hointoteader is required to per-   pi chains west of the southwest cor-   License 11,509, thence south 40 chains   License 11,50s, thence north SO chains
form the conditions connected there-   aer of Timber License 11,508, thence   theuce east 160 chains, theuce north j theuce east SO chains, thenc south
^^^^^^ more or less.
Entry  must be  maele personally at
the local land office for the district in
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Anei all tho principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK anei
PHIIADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
F��r Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAwX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Spokane falls & Northern Hy Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.    j
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Ross-
lanei, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pari'tic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage f'aily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson,
Effective    Sunday,    November    to,
1901,
Leave Day Train Arrive
g.20 am      Spokane   "IS Pm-
12.25 P-m Rossland  4-io p.m.
j   ", .1 m   ....   Nelson  .... 6.4S P-m,
H   A   I \CKSON.
with under one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' resilience
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
12) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homestead-
Br lesides upon a farm ln the vicinity
.. the land entered for, the requirements as to residence maybe satisfied
.1.' such person residing with the
father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his home-
stead, the requirements as to resilience may be sari-feed by residence,
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Do
minion Lanels at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent
Coal
[ier ac       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
thracite.     Not more than   320 acres | ment, and
east So chains, thence south 80 chains
thence west SO chains, thence north
so chains to point of commencement,
and containing G4o acres more or
less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 22, 11107.
' 1
fO chains, thence west 100 chains to   s" chains,  thence west SO chains to
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
29. Commencing   at a  post  planted
point   of  commencement,   and    containing 040 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
I'i. Commencing at  I   post   planted '
80 chains  west aud  SO chaius south   100 chains nortl. and  80 chaius east
3. Commencing at a post planted j Ol the southwest corner of Timber of the northwest corner of Timber
I 1 chains west of the southwest cor- 1 License 11,509, thence south 80 License 11,608, theuce south 10 chains
aer of Timber License 11508 thence chains, thence east 80 chains, thence j thence east 120 chains, thence north
south 80 chains, theuce west 80\-Ortn 80 chains, thence west 80' s0 chains, tbence wesl. 40 chains,
chains, thence north so chains, thence chains to point of commencement, thence south 41) chains, then,... west
easl sei chains to point of commence- ���"::���: containing 010 acres more or, Sl) chains to point of commencement,
ment, and containing 640 acres more 'L'-Si'- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
or less,      . '"    * If. M. O'CONNOR.
. - '* H. M, O'CONNOR.    -    August 2:;. 1907.
August 23, 190".        ���* *-- Mi. .. 17. Commencing at  a post planted
;. Commencing  at  a  post planted   80 chalnB west and so chains south
10 ehains west of the southwest cor-   ��f the  southwest corner of    Timber
ner ofTimber  License  11,508,  thence   License    11,609,   thence    south    801
north    80    chains,    thence   west  80 \ chains, thence west SO chains, thence
ami    containing
less. _   ���
I ' II. M
August 23, 1907.
:io. Commencing at
12e) chains  norlh  and
of the  northwest corner of Timber
License 11,508, thence south 40 chains
040   acres more or
O'CONNOR.
.<   post  planted
40 chains east
... ,       '\^_\\%*^_^km\mmm\ " "'    "'-"���-   ���"������"���  uv|      ...   vft _,,���jns.  *,,������������ ���������, v'n nv,..i.,..   Ihence easl  160 chains,  thence nortii
lands may be purchased at flO   chains, thence south sn chains, thence : nortn 80 chains, theuce east 80 chain, -
re for soft coai and $20 for an-  east si) chains to point of commence- | to point of commencement, and con-   ^^^J?Z���J������_?^?
can be acquired by one individual or
company. Royalty at the rate of ten
cents per ton of 2.000 pounds shall be
collected on the gross output.
VY. W. CORY,
Deputy of tbe Menister of the Interior.
N. D.���Unauthorized   -publication of
less.
containing 640 acres more
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
taining
640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
August 23, 1907. IS. Commencing at  a  post planted
ri Commencing   at a   post   planted !1G0 chains west aml so chains south ;
160  chaius  north of    the  northwest j of the southwest corner  of    Timber
corner  of    Timber   License    11,508, License ll,509jftlumce nortn 80 chains
j   ...     e    ��� .,. .u i thence   west   Sl)   rhiins    thence   smith    OnalnS,  tlUMICO oast  60  chains,   taetlCO
thence   west   40 chains    thonro   smith ! meiice   wesi   eM;  ciiains,   tnence  souui
polnl of commencement, and containing 010 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
31. Commencing from a post planted at the southeast corner of Timber
License    11,508,    thence    north    120
west 40 chains, thence  south
SO   chains,    thence    west  4e)  chains,,
D.    ,   .       ,.       _     ,   ' ...     ,,.,,���.   ��._ (south 94 cliains more or less to shore
80 chains, thence  east  80  cliams  to
con-
 -ft-.	
In  the   Matter   of   tne "Trustees   and
Executors  Act."  and  In the  Matter
of the Estate of Augustus William
Lundbom, Deceased.
All persons having any claim., or de-
thla   advertisement    will not be paid j thence  south  40  chains,  thence east i l|ohlt   uf  commencement,   and
lor. j 80 chains, thence north 120 chains to. tainlng 640 .teres more or less.
point of commencement, and contain-, ���'���   "������ O CONNOR.
ing 040 acres more or less. August 23, 1907.
H. .M. O'CONNOR. io. Commencing at a post planted
August 2:;. 1907. j 160 chains west and 80 chains south
6. Commencing at a post planted; of the southwest corner of Timber
160 chains north of the northwest License JJ.,509, thence south SO chains
mands against the estate of Augustus j corner of Timber License 11,508,' thence west SO chains, thence north
Wi.iiam Lundbom late of Surrey Cen- i thence east 80 chains, thence south: SO chains, thence east SO chains to
tre, British Columbia, deceased, are 40 chains, thence west 40 chains,; point of commencement, and contain-
hereby requied to file with the un- thence south 80 chains, thence west' ing 640 acres more or less.
derslgned their names and addresses J40 chains, thence north 120 chains tot H. M. O'CONNOR.     ,
poinl   of    commencement,  and   con- '    August 23, 1907.
taining 610 acres more or less, 20. Commencing at  a  post planted i
H. M. O'CONNOR,    j 240 chains west and 80 chains south :
August 23, 1907. i of  the southwest   corner   of   Timber]
of   West  Arm    of     Draney's     Inlet;
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
and full particulars   of their   claims, j
and  the  nature  of the securities  (if
any)  held by them, duly verified, on
or before the 31st    day   of    August,
1907.
Notice is hereby given that after the
said date the executors will proceed to
distribute the said estate amongst th
parties entitled thereto, having regard'
only to the claims of which they sh ill
then  have  bad   notice, and   tbey will
not be liable for the proceeds of the]
estate, or any pari thereof,   so   distributed to any person of whose claim
tlu.y had not notice at the time of distribution thereof.
Dated this 24th day of duly. 1907.
F. W, HOWAY.
Solicitor for John McKenzie and John
Churchland,   executors   of   above
estate.
7. Commencing  at   a   pnst   planted i License 11.509, thence nortii SO chains !
160  chains  north of ^ the  northwest   thence west SO chains, thence south,
corner  of    Timber    License    11,508,   80  chains,  thence east SO  chains  to
Ihence norlh SO  chains, thence west) point of commencement, and contain-
.S0  chains,    thence  south  SO  chains, j ing 640 acres more or less,
thence east    SO  chains    to  point ofl H. M. O'CONNOR.
commencement,   and    containing 640      August 23, 1907.
acres more or less. :     ��1. Commencing  at  a  post  planted
If. M   O'CONNOR,    j 2.40 chains west and So chains south |
thence southwesterly along shore to
; point of commencemenl, and con-
1 taining 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
32. Commencing from a post planted at the northeast corner of Tinker
License 11,509, thence south 40 ciiains
| thence west SO chains, thence south
40   chains,   thence   east   120   chains,
1 theuce north SO chains more or less
| to shore of West Arm of Draney's ln-
1 let;   thence   westerly   along  shore to
point of commencement,    and   con-
! taining 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
August 23, 1907.
S, Commencing at  a
Excellent Service
York, Chicago, ^^^^
Toronto, St. Paul >ou,hs
���|i*D ALL POINTS EAST
JprTicketsonsaletoallEuro
���Points.
Red;
Excursion rates to all points East
July 3rd, Ith and Sth; Augusi s;b.
sth and 10th.   Tickets good for three
________________________________________
e of  the   southwest  corner  of  Timber
pi.-t   planteei I License 11,509, thence south SO chains
160   chains  north   of    the   northwest , thence  west SO chains, thence north
corner  of    Timber    License    11,508,   80 chains,  thence  east  SO  chains  hi
thence north  sit chains,  thence east point of commencement, and contain-
S0  chains,    thence  south  SO  cnains,   ing 640 acres more or less.
thence   west    SO  chains    to  point of H. M. O'CONNOR.
commencement,   and  containing   610;    August 23, 1907.
acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907. I 0f the south end of Goose Bay in Rlv-
a   post   planted   ers  Inlet,    theuce    north  SO  chain-:.
the  northwest   thence  west. SO chains, thence south
of    Timber     License     11,508,   so   chains,  thence east   SO chains  to
33, Commencing from a post planted 40 chains east of the northeast
corner of Timber License 11,509,
thence south 80 chains, thencs east
80 cliains, thence north 80 eeiaius,
more or less, to shore of West Arm
of Drainey's Inlet; theuce westerly
along shore to ixiint of commencement, and containing 610 acres more
or less. ���
H.  I.I. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
Re  South West quarter of Section
2S,  Township 16, '"New    Westminster
District���All  that  part of the  South
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ( Rast Quarter of said Section lying to
22. Commencing at a  post planted j ^ Xoith and West of Lot 47, Group
145 chains cast and 20 chains south ; o  ,mil all lllat part of t|le Xoi.th KASt
Quarter of said  Section lying to the
West of Lot 356,  Gioup 2.
ED. GODl.l'.l',
v.. v. it- Agent,
New Westminster,
need   Rates   Round   Trip
ll!l to Southern   California.
Iifcformtion call on or write
���j'-j.anv., General Agent,
"���''St., Vancouver, B, C.
A D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
TAKE
��While Pass
I Yukon Route
INRA
Pad, carcross, atlin,
|AK,?.0RSE.   DAWSON   and
Jl _ S'    1):ii'y trains  (except
M
carrying   passengers,   mail.
I >nd   freight   connect    wit'
j? Carcross and Whit*- Horse
?(8 a through winter serM.-t
Formation apply to
Rf->C.l.RS, Traffic  Manner
Vancouver,   fl   ''
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACH1NK -NU HiNOINB
WOKK..
SHIP SMITHING. BKlDUJiiaDd
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental  iron  worn, including
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIB! BTKaUflM,
of New Westminster, in the Province
of British Columbia, mon' particularly
known and de icrl i I as lol 7. ibdtv-
isiein of Northwest quarter ol Section
19, Township 2.
You a.id each of you are required
to content the claim of the tax | '."-
within   forty-five   days     from
August 23, 1907.
23. Commencing at a post planted
11." chains east and 20 chains south
Of the south end of Goose Hay in Rivers Inlet, thence BOUth 80 cliains,
Ihence west SO  chains, thence north
SO     	
point of commencement, and containing 610 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
A Certificate of Indefeasble Title
to the above 'property will be issued to
Margreta Jensen, on the 19th day of
August, 1907, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto is made to
tne In writing by a person or persons'
claiming an estate or Interest therein,
or In any part thereof.
C.  S.  KEITH,
H. O   474
Henley
Manufacturer ot
leral Waters, Etc.
iWated Waters,'
HIV T
F rrad" " Specialty.
f Office, Eighth Street.
Westminster, b. c.
 I   Westminster
^Transfer Co.
���Ho. -Phone IM.     Barn'fwne 187
Columbia St.
silvered   'promptly to tny
ilaggage dellveieu    i
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Haulinj
Offi oi
Cram Oeriot
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
LAND REGISTi-iv"  ACT.
TAKE NOTICE tiiat application has
been made to register Margaret Robson as the owner In Fee Simple, un ler ri Commencing  at
a Tax Sale Deed trim The Corpora- 240 chains norih of
,,;,..,  I  ii,..                    I   ni-:''.''' -orner                                                                                                        ���       ,
'           t0 Margarei   Robson, bearing thence norih 80 chains, thence west point of commencement, and contain
date the 7th da;   if November, A D., 80  chains,    thence  south 80  chains, ing 640 acres more or less.
,,',.',  of a)1 ana"singular that certain thence easl 80 chains to point of oom-1                           H. M. O'CONNOR.
Darcel or tracl of land and pren - men ement. and containing 640 acres
situate lying and b< lng In the Dls rl il more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
in. Commencing at a post planted
���Jin   chains   north   of    the   northwesl
e i,i.. i   of    Timber    License    11,608,
thence  north  yn chains,  thence east
  so   eri I I    tin -ne I   siuih   so   chains,
haser  wltnin  iony-nve im,B    """ri tl,x,nce wegt   80 chains    to point ofj
���,��� date of the first publication ot commencement.   and  containing  640
this notice upon you. otherwise I shall
register Margaret Robson, as owner
there0f i��� fee.    And  i hereby direel
that  publication tor  thirty days in  a
diilv   newspaper    uM'slu'd     at    New \^^^^^^^^^^���^^^^^���
'.   ���    �����,.   ,f  tills  notice  will    be 1290 (halns north and so caains west,
West minster  of   tills   notice,   win     u= chain
���,Md and sufficient service thereof.     'lji   the northwest corner oi   rimbei
Dated at the Laud Registry Office,  License ll,508,thence south SO chains.
N'ew Westminster. Province of British : thence west so chains, thence north
Columbia, this ISth day of July, A.D., I SO chains,    thence east SO chains to
rig.- ] pointnif  commencement,  and    con-
' C. S. KEITH,        | tainlng 010 acre3 more or less.
| District Registrar H. M. O'CONNOR.
j To Fredrick Throssell and H. Burton.,     August 23, 1907. | 	
I    All persons served with this notice,      ]2   Commencing at a  post  planted ( north g0 cilalnSp thence east 30 chains!
'and those claiming through or under! 2go chains north and 80 chains west  more or ]ea3 to shore of Goose Bay; i
I them,   and   all persons   claiming  any j r)f  tlu,   northwest   corner  of  Timber   tnf.nce southerly, easterly and north-1
'interest ln the said land by virtue ofe Licensfl ll,50S,thence north 80 chains,  eastei.]y  around shore  of    bay  to a!    N0  trains  in  the   service  on  any
'any unregistered instrument, and  all   ,henw  w68t 80 chains,  thence south   ,)0|nt north of post;  thence south 80 | railroad  in  the  world that  equal  in
persons claiming any interest in the  SQ  chaln3   thence east 80  chains to' ch!lln9 nl0re'or less to point of'com-j equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
acres more or let
August 2;:, 1907
11. Commencing
H. iM. O'CONNOR.
at a  post  planted
-���i^���-.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J[ District Registrar of Titles,
chains, thence  east  SO  chains to | Lan(J  Reglgtry omce_
New   Westminster,   3.   C,  July   18,
1907.
The  person  or   persons  having  in
August 23, 1907. i lhelr  ,.U8tcKiy  or possession  the   fol-
21. Commencing at a  i>ost planted j lowing Title Deeds relating to the said
65 chains east and 20 chains south of J property are requested to deliver the
the south end of Goose Bay in Rivers : same tg the undersigned.
Inlet, thence south fit chains, thence I    Conveyance  dated  9th  May,    1894,
west  100  chains,    thence    north   64 I from Thomas Graves Gregson to Ellz-
thence  east    100  chains to abeth  McGregor.
point of commencement, and contain- i A. WHEALLER,
Ing 610 acres more or less. 42 Lorne Street,
II. M. O'CONNOR. New Westminster,  B.C.,
August 23, 1907, Solicitor for Applicant.
2Ti. Commencing at a  post planted '. ���
fi." chains east and 20 chains south of, <<1*1 11/1*1 I "
the south end of Goose Bay In Rivers | _\��     IVlUW<lllK66
Inlet, thence west 100 chains. Ihence   ^  p.^ LJmited���  ^  ^  ^
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
gaid  land  by  descent, whose  title is  pofnt  <)f    commencement,   and   con-
not registered under the provisions^ of | Mnlns 640 acres more 0!. jeMi
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
13. Commencing at a post  planted
SO chains west of the southwest cor-
Kllard ���lo"1'
lhe "I-and Registry Act," shall be for
over estopped and debarred from setting UP anv claim to or In respect of
theaald land so sold for taxes as pro-
vPled by the "I.?nd Registry Act."
I
mencement, and containing CIO acr sl
more^or less.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
26. Commencing at  a  post  planted!
240 chains west of the southwest ccr-
rfvauket. & St. Paul Railway. They
iwn and operate their own sleeping
���nd dining cars on alll their trains and
live their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H  S  ROWE, General Agent,
i u T-Nird St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or. PAGE BIGHT
THE  DAILY
NEWS.:      41
FRIDAY, a
Fine Suburban HOME
8 acres nearly all cleared, fine rich soil for gardening; nice comfortable Louse; good orchard and small fruits; close to two suburban car lines; 1000 feet of waterfrontage; ideal home.   Worth $S00O
Price      -       -       $5500
Only $1,000 cash, balance $500 per year.
SUGGESTS SUPPRESSION
ANO NOT REMOVAL
n
UG0Sl|
(Continued from Page One)
WJ.KERR.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.      /"-'
$1,OOQ
will buy I60 acres in Maple Ridge municipality. We don't mean $1000 for the] first
payment, but $1000 ALL TOLD.
You can double your money on this Inside of 6 nionths.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
vided by law, imprisonment with hard
labor.
All lilis talk about scattering this
evil throughout the residential sections ol' our city seems to me to be
nonsense.
Does the strict enforcement of the
law against theft tend to scatter
thieves throughout the residential
sections of the city, where they
would be in danger every hour of being apprehended anel brought to justice? No; we all know that the result is to greatly diminish the evil.
And so will it be with the suppression of this crime.
It would require very few applications of the extreme penalty to convince all such characters that they
could perhaps find a more congenial
place Ihan New Westminster in
which to operate.
1 trust that the council will do
its duty and enforce the law agonist
this evil and I am convinced that {'
will have the co-operation ;-��� ��� .
...ill   nnp
port of the great nr;jorifv 0f gr,,. (.;ti
zens. ,���-
pro bono. Publico.
���t
N'ew West minster. A''
dg. 20. 1007.
Shooting
Season Opens
Monday, Sept 2.
********
K
1 j?-' .)
Fishing Season  is
Still On
Now, no matter whether you are
going Duck Shooting or Trout fishing, you want to have dry feet.
Gum Boots are the only thing that
will solve the question.
We have them in all weights, all
lengths, all widths, all sizes and all .
prices.
ln fact, our stock of Gum Boots is
the largest ever seen in this city,
and every pair guaranteed against
cracking. We handle nothing but
the Maple Leaf brand, as they are
considered the best made.
We have the sole selling right of
these goods for this city.
W. E.
SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
FLUMCRFEkY Pr<|ZES
HAVE been AWARWfeD.
The result 0f the C0mpetltt8H8 for
which fellies were, given by A. C.
Flumertr.]L are announced by Col. F.
B. Gregory, secretary of the adjudg-
>n? committee. The committee's report i.s as follows:
The   various   essays  submitted    in
competition  offered   by   A.C.  Flumer-
felt of Victoria, have l.een carefully j
considered by the committee, and the
following have been awarded the pri- ,
zes:
On   Timljer���George     Elley,    P.   O.
Box 864, Vancouver, B. C.
On   Mining���.Mrs.   Rosalind  Watson
Young, VL, A., A.M.L.M.E., Victoria.
On     Fisheries���.Joseph    Clearihue,
Cadbaro Bay road, Victoria.
On   Labor���L.   W. Mackoviski,  1195 i
Haro street, Vancouver.
There was one paper submitted on
agriculture, but in the opinion of the
judges  as  there  was  no  competition '-
and it was a poor effort, same should
not be considered.   There were no essays  received on the other two sub- !
jects,   viz: Finance  nnd   Manufactur- i
ing. which is a source of regret to the j
promoter of this competition.
The above prizes, for timber, fish- |
eries, mining and labor and capital, j
are in the hands of the Victoria and
Vancouver offices of the British American Trust company, where cheques
may be bad by the winners at any
time.
F.  B.  GREGORY.
Sec. Adjudging Committee.
De  Laval
Cream
Separator
S
J_
I. ANDERSON
y LUSBY
V
��
WHAT   LOOKS   NICER   THAN
GOOD     TEETH,     PROPERLY
KEPT      IN      ORDER? USE
MUIR'S
Tooth Powder
AND    KEEP    THEM    CLEAN.
T. A. MUIR
New Fall Kid Glovi
ALL THE NEWEST COLOR*
IN  REYNIER KID GLOVES
,��l*0 PBIX, PAWS, ,-
. In handling this well known n^k, 6j g|0VeS *;e have the
faction of knowing that it is th a 'best. It hat feeccme wen ,
to our custodiers, who now find that they c����\ rely upon any
which bears the Reynier Trade Mac*. W'e are showing DUi
fall stock. ./
11 clasp Sita, in brown.  *dn,1ihicl..  nav\,  green, cardinal   :.    ]
satisfactory glov<\  per pair....       ���
o clasp Boneval, a-glove which our  pasl experlen.     has pro*
be the standard glove for best wear, colors, ca ... I
gray, modes-, brown, tan an,d black and white, per pair..
2, clasp Reynier Suede, recognized   by   all   glovi   expi :.j
Suede glove, shown in black, tan, brown and mode jeer ^
12 button Glace Kid in tan, brown, gray, black and  white, pair
IG button Undressed Kid, shown in black, white, gray, model
tan, per pair   	
12 button Undressed Kid, in black,   white,  gray,   modes and ial
pair	
Lilk Gloves���Long  Lengt
During the past "week we have received new lines of white, creal
black silk gloves, special va,lues in different weights, |kt|
 85c. $lj
W.S. COLLISTER &
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
ADVERTISE  IN THE Nl
Mr. and Mrs. McArthur, of Castle
Rack. Washington, have purchased
property in this city and are coming
here t'i reside permanently. According to Mr. Lane, of Messrs. Hale &
Lane, who has sold considerable property to Washington state parties,
there will shortly be quite a little exodus from Castle Rock, Washington,
and New Westminster will be the
gainer from it through increased population,
School Boohs
KYLE'S
Good Cheer Store
\GQ0ttij
Wr_f&flm
W
The opening days of our business have far exceeded our expectations. We knew we had the goods, we knew we had what
YOU wanted, and AT THE RIGHT PRICES.
am
SUPPLIES
FULL STOCK
-AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and   Exercise  Books are
Fine
V ri
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Flicne 250
Eighth Street
Fresh Groceries
Unequalled in quality, all WE WANT, all WE ASK, is for you to
try them, for OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
TEA--Excellent Tea, only
30c lb.
This tea is refreshing and vigorous and the price allows
enough profit for you to benefit with us.
We Do Want Your Orders
as we have purchased large stocks of the best goods in the market to supply your demands.
LOOK AND READ-Underwear, Overalls, Shirts, Sheetings, Towels, Cottons, Pins, Sweaters, Leckie's boots
and shoes.   Haberdashery of all descriptions.
We say again our prices are right and our goods ot the jest.
KYLE'S GOOD CHEER STORE
THE HOME OF PLENTY
255 Front Street
Phone 276

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